Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
March 11, 1892
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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
29.947222 x -82.108056


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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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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?,., A Kernel. MILLIONS FOR UMBRELLAS.What Couldn't See It. CANNIBALISM IN FIJI In allntfr(5tn paper on. the voices of WIO: T-YE WI.J

Jjh.: was a an English .
merry maiden he was a telly tea, t They were sitting on the forward deckof animals son ;
rii And they met upon the beaoh when be...... It Cot New Yorker Every Tea the Rose Blandish the other day,drinkIng elocutionist, stated that in the mammalia I Maml tv>n>>.ith th<>t.r where once .1"
:'t'r And he we singing low, t Keep Dry. in the fresh.and bracing air by the HOW SOUTH SEA ISLANDERS CAME TO the; general structure of the larynx is like EARNINGS OF FAMOUS SINGERS IN TIMES Wl tur. t"Rth<*r. sheltering from: Z5g
; named for her erich distant and bdl.i bucketful that of man the power and character ef The flowers a growing and frcSB out G ..I s
"They cost Now and scanning the scenery on PAST AND PRESENT.
York _
: ll&flt.h1ffltgMt& adeal of money FEED ON HUMAN BEINGS. the sound depending on the different degrees Woos! ;
Z .:, And told the thlnss nbout the Ma she ten* eer year," said the fat umbrella man & all sides. They wero not together, however of development of the vocal cordsand Oomea the soft murmur of&dores refratm.
had sought to' deftly rolec a silk umbrella and placed these two men, but finally one of of structureef the, Shall we e'er meet afalat
the peculiarity ; Thousands of Dollar* for a Single
It back in The tem stepped across the deck the DtMorlptlon of a Fijian ,
z was many cs. amount must t Interesting vocal The timbre or quality,of I the little where
months ago he thinks. Me run so far up in the thousands and said: organs. formanee-Salaries In the liziseathCenturyThe see path once we aJ.Te ,
Y&ln1rllghs. .. It would "Beautiful Feast How the Victim ar- p., the; voice is remarkably distinct In the different path run wild beneath the '
afternoon isn't it! dear 'par
seem ,
I A* he IOIIKS for wiMtcs ot an exaggeration to one who didn't S classes of animals and also varies Advent of Italia* Opo.rnSome by sunbeams c."
water.4 tae roll and neked awes
know anything about eh? Pew Animals In the I Ian : Cannl- t
.r of tt.My sht) |>*. it. If the amount braclnJ In those of the same class. Lions and the Blade;
d the other Great
; loT the crs that barns resplendent U tar off was expended in charity no one in this "Fine rpl in this sntntiousy. balUm Dying Oat tigers, with their magnitude. of chest Arld. The steps of two passed over It that dr ,
.4 southern nltles. town need ever go hungry. The ratio of scenery harbr Now one has ','
that fills tho aIr with a
make a roar A common complaint ge &
'. sens among
And the wind that bears people who umbrellas "Elegant Cannibalism In FIJI, elsewhere in the muic
sweet in
trajrtnoe to cr I largw "Say, I've been to recollect whatit a f horror, the depth of voice giving to the on the Continent The briar-rose blushing ling
the trying : -j
sailor's town I
: ; waiting lips I t any other in I South Seas, was a custom which had many of The maier ta h .
Amerca mind the idea an enormous around
.- it reminds me of. and just struck It. bing. of the great the :
suppose because
Tor his crnlstn! ground Is chanced to a cham rainy I we hav s many "Indeed!I" Ive reasons for being. I was cnltiv.Uoil both hors neighs in a descent on day beyond slnglof proportion The bramble, gadding o'er the woodlaaa .:
-; bet's uarnitkfl.ior.. the adult days. Probably eighty per cent of "Yes! It's just like the entrance by necessity and suprtton. and was Introduced scale without even omitting a semitone, their I a rasonabe t ways. "
: And tho nouo )If i hears, as slowly". paoac population of New York carry harbor. Same sort of t and uuter t otont In- being one of the most musically voiced of srcs That for the single p Its tender otbo trail upon the cd .
to and fro. ubrela.and ten percent of the children Queenstown o' ofa, role in an opera, or Or with graceful bracken .
: don't think? It remind fluences. All the South S llaJll.are animals. The ass brays in a perfect \e ,
you Doesn't 'a ,
Is not the distant echo of the temp...'. saTaa years of age. I have been in it much?" o practically barren indigenous m tiirtiIs. octave, and one of its 'eja song or two in a concert even a Pt a.ione.Istandsogsa.. ,' -1
the very
roar umbrella business for twenty years, "H'm I Can't Birds there are, but not in plenty, and has been copied by Haydn: in hisseventsixth should command thousands of Yet not for '
: Or the wanh ot vftres that and I have watched it say it does!r' regarded abuse which to becoming aone lingering by mJ114e !
softly tke '
bulwarks 0w.Ah aloac .The pretty closely. "NoVhy, see tho curve in the land the sea swarms with turtle and fish; but quartet with great. success. a a' Thy spirit mapLh beauty seem more fair:
average life of good ruinous to the reputation of the musicalart. .
a umbrella which hanker The bark of a dog is an instance of a voice Above all love still
I there, and how it rises gradually from of the meat a strong man doubL thy Iha abide. ,
nol I lUll the murmurs that from parted llpae abut a year' Sometimes an umbrella the water's edge. Doesn't that recall the after there is none-or, at leat acquired by domestication, much as to tho Thewide gup between the rwa And cve me strength I may bravely
four or five You tell of the best three or. four and the -
arise. war yers. can notIng to ?" was not until the white man trotting of a horse is an acquired ..move o I
a (

night upon the shore. The man who will guaranteean "Why, that's strange I Don't you notice goats,and swine. The wonder with which of musical sounds, ascending and descending musical caprice or popular inability t -ab'lo .
And he coos unto the baby to still Its aleeer umbrella is folsh. The severest tests any resemblance?" tho nat regarded the strange animas, tho scale by half tones, s that perhaps croUyestmat relative merltThe ".
cries. not reveal anything, because every "No, I don't!I" and I vague idea they had of it alone of brute animals may be saidto a recently ,r
And wishes be wa back again on ate good is carefully "are the cancers .of the modern Wef. FightingRnea
umbrla eumlne b "Why. how is it thnt indicated in Fiji by the native name of sing. The howling of preaching monkeys -
ship s deck once fore I appear so for The The herds of horses Western ranch
on sale. ( part to doesn't domestic klne-"bullomaeow." When the of South America has a voice that opera. complaint Is a old a the on a ,

that dainty vision onder. In Its robe ef The passes through the hands of an expert. cibly the least my lImory. to you? I convey should first pair of cattle was landed the natvesasked can be heard for two miles. The giraffe subject of It, and both are fa from big roaming over s large a sp rarely encounter
silk is passed the frameworkand fl'cllh'ctol the exclusively modern phenomena one another. do the
filmy lace, upon think that people! who had seen what they were. "A bull and cow and armadillo are voiceless, with no vocal tey
Is qnoen Indeed of aU he does, as he said that the stick. If anything is found not Queenstown any would notice some resem- answered the white men." and "buloma chords. Tho chirp of the long-eared bat- Eupa their attacks on 'the meth mares .evnc only the possible

she should be; up to the standard it Is sont bak And blance. I'm !I" cow .every horned animal is Is said the most acute sound pro impressarios allege. amount curiosity, but Join and v '..
la be tends the! baby while she sleeps a dream yet it Is a very common thing, um "Ver fur the other unto this day. Although t Fjian t any b animal and only five out of Complaints of tho extravagance of the Difference is it wt the sto W' "
replied duce
of peace and grace broils to g all to pieces iimido of three "but. lklh. I've bean man us that a man Is naturally a herbivorousanimal persons can hear it. In reptiles tne demands of musical artiste have,a an but a tey rh
er, i-oe never
And longs to see the topsail swell aaross weeks. best umbrella in this you condition. Early in the sixteenth cen wildly 'at one another like
of Massachusetts in my life!I" and although certain persons, both larynx is in a rudimentary cent hstr. m b.Deghln
stormy sea. town can tl nothing about them. And the llrst turning mild look by precept and example have striven to crocodiles and caymen make a feeble roar ctzns of Wurtemberg protestedthat in what seems the .'
man, a
-Boston Transcript "As I before the average life of an of about convert the world to vegetarianism, therestill ing sound. One kind of frog has a sound the expenditures of their sovereign neigh ad with head in air and tail curv 1
reproach him
umbrella Is about a year, I tho owner can jump into the upon sea, but turned St'met t remains in the soul of man a cravingfor bag, evidently acting as resonance chamber for musicians were ruining the lad.tin they rush and plunge and rear, '
Uncle Sam'. New' Money keep it long seldom the away 1516 Duke Ulrich gave his lords kicking and biting, one or the
a a that whlclls aft. Boston News. The Fijians describe this on each side of its mouth. The tortoise stplW
The most beautiful piece of paper mosey case. There som t many men who wake anima fo. the "Kuslma." gives a mere snuffing sound. .Snakeshave" ; luc that their complaints had other until the aud ad horses a ;'

ever produced by tho United States Treasury make it a business t lose umbrlla a which means literally wor longing for no vocal chords, but produce a hissing heeded,and that in the future he would covered with .ad exUto of one

is the new $2 silver certificates first fat a they buy while never nooks Neither Written Nor Printed. meat, and In certain;I dialects there are by expulsion of air through the narrow cut down as a possible his budget fo for a surrender and rett I,

proofs of which on card board were shown lose an umbrla The average life of an This heading does not seem Inappropriate four or live words signifying "hun er"a opening in the glottis. Most flsh- singers and trumpeters. His successor ,As I have said,the marchoff .

a Starreporter privately, at the Bureauof average service(of an to the clay books of the Asyrans pregnant circumstance In a country os are mute. Insects, such a crickets, Duke Christoph. t-owever.was guilty o I with the conqueror at their he.while :
Engraving and Printing.In umbrella am two very different things. I concerning which: 1 read what folows where the fruits of the earth are scat grashopiiers awl bees have been considered the wild extravagance of engaging sever the defeated lags wearily of 4

the middle of its face is an oval por- suppose that the latter Is about si the American Bookbinder: : nature with a lavish hand. In more musicians than singers, most of singers at salaries of from $15 to $ e the'meet terrible battles that probablyever

trait of the late Secretary Windom, with months. As nearly a I can arrive "Far away beyond the plains of Mesopotamia tr.II.v! ;;,' .-* we find the first strong incentive tho sounds caused by friction of for the season. Generally in those took place between ranch stallions t

his name beneath, which in point of life from close observation about 700,000 people on the banks of the river Tigris, to cannibalism longing to satisfythe their wings h'h'l together, or against times the salaries of singers were In figures our near the home rc of the little '

like quality and effectiveness of execution in New York carry umbrela. That Is ago lie the ruins of the ancient city of Nineveh craving which the yam, tho broad- their body,or hy\'lbrationsof their wings.A which seemed ridiculously smal Horse Farm I te Sprl 1884,

Is unequalled by any other production of many, but I estimate is Not long since huge mounds of Id fruit and the banana could not appease. grasshopper of Bral may be heard hal The Italian Pergamln rcive at at the time when the buch. ordroves

the sort printed on Treasur securities rather than over the exact truth. stone marked tho place where the palaces The first cause of cannibalism, therefore, a.min, which is a man with a of the sixteenth centur frm Landgrave of horses were beingdriven i f

since the manufacture paper money in For mind you there are many who have and walls of the proud capital of the great was necessity the grimness of which can \Oil'll could bo heard over the world."- Uortln Cssel abut$150 annually and the ranges for an account of stock ad fo

this country was first begun. The rest of two or throe umbrellas at once. You can Assyrian empire stood. The spade and not lniMgined by one who hn not visited Memphis AppealAvalanche.A His salary was, the branding of the young ct It happened
the design consists merely of the conven buy an umbrella for almost any price. The scraper, first of the French and then of the b South Seas and observed tho un- however,equal to that of a high Ministerof by the merest three

tonaletenc gracefully drawn in average of the good cheap umbrela I English have cleare.i all the earth away Bul
Int1h a figure 2 In each lettr, aN>ut $2. The average of good and laid bare all that remains of the old which nature has made for their Inhabit- thrilling although not endIng (6-13)) three singers In Sturtgart were leading. .
by some curlicue of arner the lOr u nbrla Is $5. The general average 1s street and palaces here the proud ants. fatally, expriencp a railway mall court.'Magdalena Sybilla Beck Naturally the three Joined and at once .

trio lathe. &em. princes of Assyria walked and lived. The There seems always to have been a feeling clerk who acted as a distributor on a got $450 annually and was rgre. arose the question of leadership. This '

Of geometric lathe work the back awonder. "Now you can readily arrive at an esti- gods they worshiped and the books they in Fijian mind that the eating of train. Ho had a car to himself, and loa one uranably high-priced. Dre could only be settled by a battle/and b
S nato of the amount of read have all boon revealed to the tl under Johann IlL who fore the herders could
Nothing so elaborate in money which New sight the one's kind was debasing nnd station up in the AlleghenyMountains George die I begin to for any
mechanical engraving which thlltof Yorker spend for umbrellas every ef a wondering world. The most curious 1691, the most famous plan for separating the three
I te de year. unnatural; therefore, as is often tho case had left his car for a minute or two to run sntrs cn tem. lt-
You will remember that I said of all curious things in this tral Sallcola and lions fiercest .
spair of the cuntreitr. has produced that theaverage preserved both in barbarous and civilized lauds religious forward to the engine, which was taking Europe,Marguerite R were engaged
service an umbrella is about six wonderful manner are the clay books of j-rstitlon was invoked to excuse ana Santinelll. ha As described by those who saw this bat
!thert manufat | water.. The water lank was directly westof annua It
Ppr money any -o. months,so that every one of these '0,0 Nineveh. The chief library of the city the atrocity. In old Fiji cannibal feast tho great tunnel, and when the tender $1,100 each. VI. Vienna earlyin tie wa.s savage and boy that it

counterfeiter will find this new people have t spend $6 overy year t sup was contained In the palace of Kouyunjlk. were almost always attended with religious was tilled and tho train started the. clerk the eighteenth fntur pd e of seemed certain that at let on o 1k.combatanta .
certificate a more difficult subject for Imitation ply themselve umbrellas. The clay boos: wile compose I I' its con- exei cises. sprang for his car. The entrance to the several soloists$2 year. must be killed.

than he has ever yet encountered.The I tiply this and you will find that this big tents were sets of tableu covered with Ml>;ui,the royal and holy city-In factthe car was on the side and a solitary handlewas The more the Italian opera, wt Its It lasted more than twenty minutes and

back of the new certificate is engraved I town spends$4,200,000 a year. Mind, that very smal letters. Tno tablets are all Jerusalem: of Fiji-was the place where gripped, whereby the clerk pulledliiniself I .U0.spread to the cur when the smoke of battle cleared away

with a view to showing as conspicuously I is not exaggerating in tho least. And the oblong shap.and when several of themare blind and idolatrous superstition in reference up to the door. To his horror ho I to the Northern and the fight was done,a blgvgray Per-
habit is growing. There Is used book the first line of the larger became the rewards of the called Napoleon to be the
as possible the tw stripes of ubrla one to cannibalism was.most rmpant found the door,had been jarred shut and great cern was seen
Philadelphia alone which tablet was written at the end of artists. England Is to have been ,and he it that with '
silk fbr. each about as wide as DIM'S 1 t turns out foUowlfJ Here wero a congregation could not opened from the outside and. supposed was uplifted
run across the on 10,0 umbrellas a day.-N.Y. Rerder. the pr.'cding it. The writing was ples and the headquarters of a loathsome the (' b ho discovered this fact tho responsible for the enormous and sudden head and proudly curved tail,led the company

which: the designs described papr be> I, done when the clay of the tablet was soft; brotherhood known a"devil priests," train shot into the tunnel. With a des. increase of salaries which gradually raised- of mars and cl1 to the pastures,
prlnte.dividing the length of t bin Forty Thon.anl College Girl it was then baked to harden it. Each who conducted the horrible orgies which peration born of a terrible death staring prices on the Continent,as America to supposed -' while the two ones marched together

thr parts. For ths pupos portions j' Forty thousand girls: are now studying tablet was numbered. just as librarians of have stained every stone in Mbau crimson him in the face, the clerk hammered and. t have caus the corspnd like whipped curs, dejectedly I

of the surface white. In In colleges of this country. East and West to-day number the books of which they with human blo. When no work was kick,' 'on the door for help, but the noise phenomenon i word t the rear.

the middle is an oval containing a legend, North and South, said Mrs. Alice Freeman have charge. Among thEse books are to toward, these priests" lived in of the train drowned his cries, and with day. Oonlln 1725, offer In this Itc.although the fht".

on either side of which I a elaborate Palmer speaking bfor the Melrose be found collections of hymns defcrlp cavos,where they were ministered unto both hands the handle his feet $48,000 tour from au Italian an uuually one,and

piece of lathe work with big figure two Women's Club on relations tions of animals and birds stnes by gifts of food lef tremblnglyat thedoorsof on the iron step grasping and his body glued to the impressario Ocaus could do betterin horses were badly cut and torn,none of'

in the center nnd little "twos" scattered of girls' college life to the American home. vegetables, a! well a of history andtravel.Amorican their lairs a popullton. side of the car, for fear of being dashed off England. ce. however In the the three suffered more than temporary

abut at points where the lines oonverff- "It Is impossible that these numbers of Notes and Queries. When the drums (fashioned by tho ragged sides he was carried most abject having squandered dmor-Hapr Weekly.Ktssimg .

are other features of the design In well-educated women, and the increasing wood and so resonant that! their hollow through the tunnel.As a dozen or more forune Gertrude

eluding! some very difficult small letteringwhich -, I numbers yet to come, should not have a No More Artificial Teeth. rumble could be heard for miles) were the tunnel is a mile long and the atmosphere I Elizabeth Mara, who name w .
are Intended to embarrass thecount.erfaiter.Washtngton tremendous influence in the homes of the Old age is robbed of half its terrors and beaten to announce the coming of a victorious therein is almost stifling, this 8meln&w for, some time content .Bk ,
future. Of it is much of its deformity by tho brilliant with these ministers court singer ofFrederick I The custom of on tbo
Star.i course, early yet to judge war party proner luckless mail clerk's experience can annualy a ang ''
j much of the effect on the homes of the college discovery of a Moscow dentist, Dr. Zua- of hell and imagined than b. Gret Berlin. In 1780 she i comes from the ,who

Origin of the Postage education of women. I is only mensky who,according to a possibly over- terrifying garb to superintend sato bUrr shot into desrib.the en- received an offer of$3.000 and $1,5 traveling ,, touched their phylacteries-small case*
I Bta.p twenty-five since the sanguine Russian contemporary, has delighted orgies which not ; expenses for half a dozen containing strips of parchment inscribed
Few people, realize of how recent years frt b descrb gineer looked back, is the custom to cncrt I
; 11' prhaps. the civilized world his skill in n The with texts from the Old \
origin is It warn opened to women. except the by The processes of cookery and see If the train was following all right, Eland gt apr Tetnt-
Ii I Issued by postge stmp. in 1840. very few earliest graduates are still young making teeth grow in toothless gums. sundry pleasing variations at Mbau. The and discovered the clerk in his harrowing cmptton.refused taking oaths,and later laid had

frt was the first Gret nation to follow the women and really the answer t the question After experimenting on dogs he tried the ovens consisted of pits dug in tho ground position. Quickly stopping his engine t her a leave abnc.8 she the book of the law; and all the

I which they did in 1843 and IB lies chiefly with the girls now effects of his method in human beings, and paved with red-hot stones,whoso heat the engineer ran back, and with the assistance amply broke her contract ad o customs of taking oaths In different countries

t 1817 example the United States began the use of studying In all the women's and the coeducation \and the success was complete. The teeth was conserved by seaweed and earth piled of the conductor, helped the al where for many years she have a similar origin.The '
colleges." are made of gta-prcha. porcelain, or around the' bodies of the victims. You demented man to the ground, wherehe ten times the income which the Gr early Anglo-Saxons regarded stonesas

_i.- Issuing postage stmps. There. It are is now21atmp lr. Palmer said that the queton raetal, as may b root of the may see similar ovens to-day in Hawai. mot utterly L'lapse the strain upon his stage cud give her. sacred t their 1 therefore. laid their
'4 estmate was once constantly false tooth some holes bored in It but for the cooking of dogs pigs, nerves being For six monthshe had sung twice before .I hands on pil o In me
that every year in the some MOO.O. lett "pays"to educate a girl, is oke no.mensprhstrc I Hoe are now bored Into the jaw of bth use .which I have In my time par- was under to a physician's great care, and after Napoleon L she was rewarded with$&000 times it w ctmar to ro '.

q$ a with posted over ( ) and England le What good will it do her if hole the false tooth is stuck a is Often those who were destined he had become a well man again, said: cash,a life pension of $2,400 annuay.and and t was rgae a giving t ot
2,0,0.0 mallsannually ?" to still frequently a nail In wo. In a short time a ten- for the feast were trussed like fowls, with thought that tunnel was ten miles two benefits which bruht 'IDO mor ere tn when up
with Japan now
J Iow '00,0.0. and asked her by the parents of girls who are der up the cavity sticks beneath their knees and inside long, and my head I was hollow more. Nevertheless was not the bk Another O
95,000,000 theee th canceled asking t to college. The best- that of the false tooth and this growth their elbows, bound with green withes and with the dense Ima/ine.rushing in my After hearing her in St.Cloud the Epr tom of the same tme. wa 8w b1
stamps on lettr 'ort O g the tooth becomes fixed in went to her dressing room and churches. A
college for a clever girl, in Mrs.Palmer's hardening position. set alive upon the ardent oven floors mouth and nostrils and (coming out at my wr mtone
an average of one cnt eah Lat year opinion is to give her calm These new teeth can, accordingto thereby deriving a flavor much com ears like steam pipes. Whenever I think I Where do you go from here, madam" and the attestor wa obliged go

there were 2,0 letters in Eland nerves,good health good friends and a the Inventor,be placed In the alveolus mended by Fijian gOUmet. These however of that ride my brain reels and I feel my- .To London,sire." ODe take th ring'of the church
without any address on them ,1.6 I modest opinion of herself. Her of,a natural tooth, and thus when a diseased were of tho more tnder and succu- self crouching I did the outsideof "Bemaln in Paris and I will give you door In his hand,ad rpt his oath.
of these gold coin and money ,'er I- ments her contact with the aure$ tooth is pulled out a metal or porcelain lent ones; the older ad tougher were the car during a that horrifying upon experience. $20,000 and" two months' leave of absence The custom of the cross to

closed. The canceled postage stamps o the centuries, make her substitute can b Inserted in its knocked on the head and suspended ."-Washington Star. annually. attest an oath has been observed Bosnia
may countries are worth quite j with resources that broe mnde place without incurring any risk of transferring by the heels t the branches of a huge Ctan bowed and went to London, from very early times and has extendedinto

as unused specimens,and many are issued with lively interests keep of all sorts, disease as happened In Hunter's tree (which was but lately cut and Plain Women.If got$ ,0 from an engagementand other countries. Arin t the

solely r cleton. the revenue bln&ai ad br something at least of the power days, when the apparently sound teejh of was known as "the Mbau larder) until all plain women displayed muchcommon $ ,0 from concr during her leaf laws of the Order of t Ga tne
important Itm. Mona was of seeing groat things great and small poor per ons when transplanted not infrequently they bad become more tender andpalatable. a of abnc sang "God time of Henry VHL. Templarwere
t issue stamps; but Stoffaland, with its"fifty small. Boston conveyed disease. There are A pleasing variation of sense in settling the question of for $1,0 time,and required in taking the ot t touch *

houses and three stores,.I prb I tings 'rnscrptTe several minor inconsistencies In this stte the club was found in a great rock personal appearance a a certain bright she was worshipped ter as no singer be the book and kiss the c Sc tneBeformatlon

ably the most insignificant, even California Miner of '49. lent but it would bo ungracious lok which stood in the ground in the midst of New York girl.there would b less repining for her and few sic. Her parsimonywas the taking of O b'k

than Heligoland or the Virgin Islands. I such a noble gift In the mouth, especially the space surrounded by the twples. and more agreeable companions abnor and her the subject ing the Bible has not been
Bhopal the oldest stamp. Nicaragua The early miner has never been truly among them. Her argument and conclusions curious Scotland. In'other
ha I according dentists of good authority against which the was portions of Great
the finest, Siberia the largest Zealand the> 1 painted. I protest against the flippant a our race is destined eventually t become deftly cracked by victm's savages skul, who. are both eminently satisfactory.Sho Among the divine Alc's"aneo mot fel Britain it is the common method-Detroit
Guatemala striking style and eccentric rhetoric of those says that, singly and vent admirers of Free Press.His.
smalest mot edentulous.-Medical Press. In one, two, three swung him clectvely. was Bu-
writers who have made him a terror,or tme. each defect was
ad and Great Britain divide the I against it This stone to be seen physical tken Igham He entertained Mm ad
_, honor of having the cheapest and meanest who, seizing upon a sporadic case of extreme Scotch Religion. in Mbau, but stands now the baptism careful consideration, and every legitimate M. de Valabregue at b Stomach as .

> -The Book Keeper. oddity, some drunken, brawln A duke who had married his third,wife font in the Mission church a, a memorial means employed to lesson her home country place for several weeks. Nuel The London Lancet a
wretch, have given a ly and enhance her attractive features. hjut rr'
( was one day surprised as he entered the of the gospel of love a formerly Instru- 0 receptions were given there i he remarkable ease.which
Trial of a ..Legger." world a the tlcl mner. The so-called Is drawing room for some state ment in the service of horr. Accordingto To and this matter time, thought'ptenc honor,and at each she responded the the list of.those which have on been mr t
golden'era drese ingenuity wore
'The in an English canal tunnel literature ceremonial by spouse throwing herms Fijian mythology the gods delighted devotd. mea urgent requests of the guests by singing on record that show what a man p
'legger too extravagant in this direction. In all ure of success was But after
ha or it," says a traveler. personal experience in miningcampsfrom about his neck and kissing him. in human flesh, and honored especially once giving tho best of taste and labor one sng. At the end of the visit!d In order to stay the cravings of w at
"I went through two canal tunnels this my ," said he, in the : who had slain and eaten many ene t Yalabr gue,in bidding the Mau ach and the pain he suffers when
of toe ho toilet the whole
not clllfstoftnes ,
1849 1854 there case ; subject .
The canals the t w t To celostlalapproval, wa'prompt by,pressed in hosts paper bear The
.summer. are Just wt bloodshed, robbery, theft; or actual 'my first wife was a my snd gain pus ly dismissed,and she absolutely hi atn& body of a Ar who
of one of the small barte used, wife was a Pembroke and madam, sant chiefs would allow no one to asist ing the b Catalini-"for singingseventeen i on a ship arrived
Idoubt if a more orderly society to fret or even think about her SeeIng h Ja
little than thn board whtobrns volenc. them in thus obliterating their foes, and loks TheKuloke found the hold
very higher neither of them ever dared to attempt hundreds of sng 170 a'erelg. ,was In
How could it be ugly women worrying _
from the alleged cabin to the w kown. other them In front of a att, check to the Seamen's
such a liberty. uaide.
lw wise were young, ardent, devour themselves ill in futile efforts to be beautiful for .workIng yeye a
As it is impossible for a A story is told In the "Memoirs of Adam houS stone be set up totally 170 seventeen where a made..
lne ple. most of them educated she avoided that Scylla, and at the ptmrm w
of Mme. and
barge the animal is le ucrrupt. wel the publisher of Edinburgh,about his exploits in this direction, in one day" Catalini. rmke I The physicians body
t aud best families the East. same time steered clear of the Charybdls W
or over the hill, and a legger frm Black. who resented his kissing instance over of these memorials showing regret exceedingly greatly emaciated,and opening it several
le o wie's 9 of slovenliness, equally fatal the
back on the board referred to,ad h1 The early miner was ambitou.energetic, him not because of his dignity, the prowess of a single individual, By being unaffected t and pan not before know that Valabregue" wan hard bodies were observed in the In
his from his hips and entrprsing. underkin was which both in battle and at the trencher. sistr. sel. the cashier of the T' The
legs but on account of the day on the R and small 'ttne alimentary
him. resources getful by cultivating cna .ter
along by prslnj on the dilapidated btj too grt expression was made. ords were also kept upon clubs, talent Incident injuried Catallyi gaty in E: upon in It .foud
in to deserve a fair share of on
him attempting
of the exhibited by but his The Rev. J. Co quhoun of Leight was a wero notched to show the .ubr of victims had made a admlraton. is gland, a it ha t'jure Ma I objt.which practically tamed .
"As I sat and watce the man in thie> j mighty projects nothing man of extreme solemnity of demeanor.On who had been Styx by. herel favort. this Berlin that refu t the Into kind of
unnatural the and his brawny arms to carry them about with strings one thrwn cntct young a benefit for wdows ad 'The articles mu1
piton depth of human our was His generositywas one sacrament Sunday morning, his or bud o person without wondering why all ugl: 1803 unless the proceeds were were: bt
en at phenomena. twisted tons three
wife being desirous to have him nicely cog
disver lAL women are not equally I whe
The work is arduous, very bad,'I profuse; ad sympathy active, rigged out for the occ.islon. had his coat While partaking of other food with their American. 10vely.Iutrt assured her. Although all great singers I ton ot a watch, steel p
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the atmosphere almost fetid,the labor I knowing no distinction of r. His brushed, his shirt white as snow and fingers, the Fijians always used wooden. of to-day a not quite free from wlc was bent double,a,one>lneh screw,
degrading and the effect 1mot equivalent that Justice is was never wel bands hanging handsomely on his three-tined forks for human flesh, having General Booth' Cattle. such efclte.few prn aunt I of a lock,the largest
command b h
to making a man a Yet the dulled. His services were at t breast;aud when she sure'ed her gude a superstition about touching it.a show- General Bth.,of the Salvation Army with a I a pe and half a Ie' ,
mot the'legger can make is sventy-8f r settle differences peaceably, or with pistl man she was so delighted with his come ing(so the people of to-day affirm) a peculiar has bought e tract of land around class they are openhanded and softhearted -, I circular piece of br pieces of

cents a day. and when traa light or*: In hand t right a grievous wrong t a ly appearance that she suddenlytook him phosphorescent light unknown to Hadlelgti Cte. which is a picturesqueruin to a degree altogether unknown ,iron wire,some br and toad and

tere'"is Ice on the makes little stranger. His capacity for 8elgoverment round the neck and kiotel him. other forms of animal fo. and having near of the Thames. Only to their predecessors I the seventeenthand II two kay t o ring a Inch Ion*. n

The old JaIL tread mill never has been surpo. Thereupon the Rv. John was so offended irritating properties for I handle. the old towers are standing. They have eighteenth (nture weight t articles ,
bad enough in al cnsienc.but this wu is a glorious epoch,he was of race.- by this carnal proceeding that he "Bakolo" is the Fijian name huma been sketched by hundreds of English I 1827 Vlrginllai who, In -D &exactly bf
thousand worse. < E.G. Waite. I the Century. debarred his wife from sacrament that flesh, which is delar indigestible unless artists and form the centre of one of Con Ju the rl o
Times. eaten with sauce or aromatic stable's nobliest Donna Zertino. was ,
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day. sme
)Mlulonarle : Potatoes Growing on a Grape Vine. herbs. Connoisseurs of the table in From time immemorial the castle and for the Paris opera with a lielong aa B.J

Occasionally. the .ok. The owner of a garden in Greenmanvillebad Early ('an Game In Europe.In Fiji devoted much study to proper dressing the sylvan glades surrounding it >have of $7,200 annually. Ee.ven ye latr The woman a.p' --

the Indians of the go mlsslona..1 occasion recently to prune a graed all probability playing cards were for this dish deciding finally for a been free to the public; butUeneral Booth, she died of the lungs.Gloelop wtoe-at least not I mtn" dress.

Joke among themselves at the UtU1 vine. In his ignorance he failed t consult Introduced Into Europe by Arabs, He- shrub caled" us most suitable. it is said intends t devote the propertyto .a singer.whos name, an fame she wears a bonnet peaked

their cnvrt. Said an Episcopal clergyman Daboll's yearly clam tide regulator,"and brews and other orienta races, before the This a plant with glossy fola and tho uses of "Darkest England" sme t have die wth her, &m brim, accenting the upward tendency of

t Presbyterian friend: "One of- I mutal the vine in' the wrong season, thirteenth century, Saracens berries of the size and color tmat scheme exclusively,and therefore the pur- 1 cnt .0 annually in t her nose; or U her forehead slopes sharply

youi cnvrt was up before a Magistrate wt result that the fluid extract of daily having the game esp the leaves of which were aud chase is unpopular England. The peasantry oprL In tr years she'app back from the bridge o her.she to

the day charged grape began t run and there was dar Spain and Italy mae, the taste for it the "bakolo" and baked with It In former of the neighborhood are particularlysorry but oc evening's about prl'ae most unwise t s. b the '

and the latter said: wit Intiot of the vine bleeding to death, when ahappy spread into France and Eng- times every Fijian-garden was plat that the estate ha changed had. earning S1o te.h. tm fw" the'..
'UntaB ouh't went through his brain.Securing Ormally. relish. The of price ever paid for a ou1
.beasbamedof ; you thought land. The evidence in Germany with this eating for they have long been in the t agr lle a'pc. a.B, !
tan and should know better.1 a.1 no Ohn some large seed potatoes ho d is In the stadtbuoh .Augsburg of flesh often produced madness, and those earning a small income by gatheringhuckleberries Snts, hb her face I plain and hard to. .'

-' Mr. Jld ,: said the 'Unoaa et them and applied the pieces to 175. where it is stated that"Rudolph L habituated: t it were generally to-be distinguished and other wd fruits from for an benefit.wa not wise t comb her hair:smootnly bnekf.; \M
tnly .Presbyterian.: "That India.reminds out They stuck together like twin amused Himself with playing cards andother by a look of animal ferocity.The the ground.-N.Y. received by her from a In' Ld sod wear J'. -\

me," responded the Presbyterian "I and the vine and potatoes four As 'as the fifteenth old-time Fijians bad lusty appetites Her earnings for the London"10 o with,_ aa .;.; .h'.

at your Santee Mission not long: was and ished,gathering life from each century active ear sprang up in Germany One of the final outbreaks of cannibalismoccurred low t Count Chicken Bronltl. .1849,were 'lOO. :; >: feataresneedtberelleftfw *s .; '..1.

called on the Episcopal minister in ag now they form a conglomeration of grapeand and was chiefly carrlt on at Nu- in 18 when one tribe killed and As a rule, it is rther Kb rlvelnPS.salary'a ; It ;. ..w! ,..J

and while we were talking the door potatoe vine that is attracting the at- remburg. Augsburg and Ulm.. but no ate 2GO of ( -after which hunger undertaking to count chickens before theyare be an o aba'b ..w h... t .. "

and in stumbled a top-heavy one tnUon of farmers and agriculturists fo sooner had cards beoom to b generallyused being still unapp they began upon hatched,but the good folks in Scot IthrJnfuy. : ..: l t* 7'1,; :
engaged .for .
around. New London, Day. I former things, : ..
.Itb'IIow. preacher howl I I come miles Cn la Europe than th /were prohibit the land have entirely overcome this difficulty.It U" kl1f l V '
you(hie)and two,three other good chureh-M by several governments partly however have bow passed away; the bellowing' Is a simple &possible; the hen b 000 Drory Lane b-mefltsi Theatre .f fLl, f.-..' '\!. tt "", '

: men with me'' Jew .For the Potato. moral considerations,the first games in drums, although often heard by only to be set on an odd number of eggs, &cUwo. :_ .. : .
or; altogether $ H.C0'far .
A novel has been foun for the pot France and Germany being games of the traveler resounding through the for- and they will not b Bat.. there I pso.l20. : .. wT ,
ade ;
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Rough to. There to a laundryman in Paris chance. The most ancient form of cr. est, no longer give the signal for heathenrgie.i another danger- of the proverbial .1 and -'- 1 ", ,. !4;
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'Under the he. has discarded all soap, rtdas and bleah still preserved,in the figures ,. and Fiji lies to-day a safe a land blind hen-to be averted,and'this and received. aprdu I fesfe-a- ,.r'" :
equator gentlemen," ye. I 1 This Is I 0 travel in Massachusetts,and done the :
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lug powders HE game placing eggs :
mari 1 an exteusjv.traveler Itrrot. ude"t her death :- ..-f '
,"it hot ] ited by one of the most amiable a ,
I a merely uses plenty of water and Lie po from and the game ho mother bird only after .. sb"ge
'Lr : that the natives have to put the hen l and can cleanse, without derv connected with religious, pitabe people in the world.-Sidney Dick chickens will sust o ,', 'urt.fow..ollrvd. ; '

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3 f9COURjI1ELE'RpHItrke Mr.: T. Lynck, of Lawtcy, WRR in I AjidrewH School Eutcrtmuiuent. County CominiHstonerw.Boanl f. Good. Cur Poor Girl.. O1lh'.I Kur irljk. uf the Oi..eii* uj.- .(rott I!'.r. :".1f.. .:G&al. ,. : ..l.t'1\ '-, ,7--;: r"'

the city on \V cdnesday.Mr. Editor TELEGRAPH Below is the closing .met March 7lh. 1892. Members A hill! tiny pending in the .\ew Yoik Havana a Pekuicdiuulmihing Mb-.iit $500: "That i i. wbai every ag"uiO<**'w'\t: ffl

: program of Miss K. A. Bennett's school nil present. Minutes of last meeting legislature provided among other tiling w.irihof Iullt'ryickett:: Wit' fuund. while gets Up a club on our $1 per wnk ;.!. .

Fla., March 11, l89t.affairs. wed for. Saunders at SOc ha sugar cane which closed" Friday night. Feb. 28th, adopted. Mrs L Quick placed on pension I that n >.person u- tier 18 in years of inercmlile1eitabli age. and! ,II the steam lay at Key U' !t. :ii the baggage rented Out U-karat for 90 years.goM fillet Fine casts Eljfln tr de; Walt-was-.

-- per 100. 1892. at the Baptist church on the cast I roll at $2.50 per month and EO WitS Mis I no woman employed noy of a pi Hcn 'er who! h.i<( stepped ham movement. Stem wiml ant wt, '

Local Last Monday was legal sale day side of New river near the hint ion. Tbis Rebecca Stalsley, at $2 per month. Petition !-I ,hmcnt. shall work more than sixty 8r.hure for a few minutes. The eu.tonn Lady or gent's size. Equal loaiy$30 ./.1
I hours n week nor more than U-n hours in officer- seized them ami I, watch. -.oure..nla where we ba1'.e. "
and some valuable wis school known as the Andrews Khool. granted G A Ep r80n. under certain : sent them in the j

The largest and best stock of dry sold. property No. 9. We appreciate the lultors of Miss restrictions, to cut ditch Along his land one lav.. and tn no owe shall anv person .. COtton tmou'e here where I1II Y'hIlW are. I i none Watches we sell for one the c'nh of the HnnUn' ; l4"1lt Case .'Wl
i price )f2H Iffl'f
roods has been purchased i in New Bennett while in charge of said school parallel with Starke and Lake Butler road nnder 18. nor any WOPUU under 21. work i. It way be interring Ii. know thai lottery : C. O. 1). by rxprtxM wUli! J'TIVil..g ut .sr

York and is now on its way to J. G. Col. Peek i is absent this week in also us a faithful Sunday school worker. Petition for bridge actoss New river at in such establishment after o'clock in ;, ticket*. sent through the mails ale con- ; amlDl\tuUI ".It.." 1'11- Ini :,> hii me. I

\ J .AI \rt'z',store. Thin) stock has been the interest of the S., IS. S. & S. rail- We feel very much pleased at the progress I Reading's bridge on Sanderson road waS tin- evening tlr before 6 o'clock in I ihe mnr.I -; tr.lllu..1lei may IKJ seized. hut they maybe I Our" mgi-ni ut luau, :ill l III? $ C. )(#V**:

4. .a.i- especially selected for the home road. I Din;. The bill also pruvicltIhtl no child ; Irga'ly! imported MS articled '.f merchandtMt toir tsatra.! -" oi!:ul. Tlrratlrmau ,1<
of the children. Miss Gertrude Wills of indefinitely postponed. P II hers relieved I Iii, ..t1'1" I 1".1 u :114 I. ;. is, t :-

1: fade and will be sold' at hard times LeConte pear and orange blossoms I Starke, hns beeu teaching music In connection $150 upi.n his assewuient for 1891.E under 14 shrill he! no child ,. on payment of a duty of 25 percent hee vXiitiii'reI ami .i uti'it 14 j-v'.-/. .

t price _ _ fill the atmosphere with their frag- I with name school. L Odonvs land assessment reduced from under 16 who cannot real aud write Kn- ad valorem.( There is a constant I \\'tlc'I,.. h'I..I'tlth'r. "lid "err ...". i.Hr: ,'
glhh. drain of from Key West and Tarnpa thin >ultra but ilif price was |43.
rance. money _
A PAT nos. $1.000 lo $100 S A Richard's assessment '
inferior flour when One
Why buy food reliable agent wanted fl'reach .
This measure is warmly championed by that to purchase Cuban :
Home at the PROGRAM. reduced from $1.000 to $h0O. A Crosby's goes lottery pl.ce. \\ rite for particular
tarn There is
ea.n getSwc & Richard. a great deal of la grippe 1. The maid" invitl\lioll.-I.ula McKinney assessment reduced from $300 to $150. organized labor anti MI 14 warmly! opposed tickets.-Tampa Tribune. EUPIKK WATCH Co -

i price at Hetberger going the rounds now, but serious GUSM- Kellum. Maggie Crews. Request from state commissioner of agriculture by the great firms( the 'nt'lfltplliiC': 48 uuI .V) 31aiden IAD1 Xe" Turic.oct33l .
? A full linn of paints at cal'i( Lula Sapp. Rosa: Sapp. Mary Crews, Pink to the spokesman: of Ihe hill's The "Standard" 'On Top. Jy
& Co. Adkins. Rhoda Crews. Arrie Cason Emma for county aid to enable assessorto cording Jacksonville Fla.. M-irch 2. 1892. i -- --_. -- .
: Truby, Sternburg The rain of this week has been Adkins. Alice Pn: lulstt'r. Alice Williams. gather agricultural statistics refused. enemies. who appeared More the rommittee Editor 'fElEGRAPH-Pleftlle onnnunce I

S : "Ironclad" notes for sa'e' at the Cora lcKinne .. Anna Willums. of the ow rmhly having the hill l" I II
very welcome to those who wishedto ) Order granted last mei-ling for bridge at two or three tunes iu Huccvssion in your I. E. I.. STEWART H. U.
Martha Williams and Anna I Denmark. ,
is 'isalD itJtliun against worn-
TKLKQUA.PII charge, It a
plant. J Norman's Gum branch rescinded. -
i 2. The of truth recitation. place across I ] valuable p-iper ll .il the Daily and Weekly .
To Bee ititO buy-Hodges' new The Drew CHMOU power Election on March 28. for Utterance en. since, it denies tn them the Iwwn of I i| Florida Standard will resume pu' lica-

:- goods wish county commissioners seem 3. Bury me under the roses song 'in regard to taxation for world's working long hi'iii!. The gentleman alto j i lion nt an early dale and our subscribe1 i O.ffit at River*' Drlt-g s _

X. J. Jones has a full stock of to : to curtail expenses in all di- Cora McKinney and Alice William" fair representation ordered withdrawn told the committee that the clerk" in (begteat will l he Indemnified for lost time and not !

funeral supplies, coffins and caskets rections. Alice 4. Williams Work for little hands recitation Paupers $ 86 00 stores riidu't know what hard! work to subscribe for a snhMituie. i mJ'@t!

:.. at all prices.To Take your girl to ride net Sunday 5. The( :(benevolent hoy. reciution. L D Wall, sundry services 10 58 w li. More tliati thtt. lliny had! flue blessed Yours fraternally.

the Ladies-of Starke: in one of J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s George Ed warlls. Budge repairs 96 65 privilege of toming in contact often C Of E.The MERRILL.Standard. TATE POWELL, M. 0.,

We would cal 1 especial attention handsome turnouts. 6. A dn-am. solo -Oma Adkins. E A Todd county com 15 20 "with some of the firm people in the city" _
1 7. The diltlc.gueAlice Willi tins and with the 400. Call for a County: DemocraticConvention PHYSICIAN! AND SUPGEC.oae.
::. to our 'Une of tint shoes. Every pair Cora McKiutiey J R WilhRms" 11 (1)() presumably) .

warranted to give satisfaction.: Circuit court for this county Sits 8 Tb Dimple land .-Cora Mc J B ert's" 12 40 Thisl: of courxc. ought to compensatethe i _
: song At Starke. Florid.,. 28 b.
the of this month Thursday. April
21st. week
one clerks for the great deal they Live to ml Ga kln.' Drug Store
Sternburg & Co. Kinney. Alice Williams. Junto Williams. W W Tumhhu" 24 60 .
Truby, : 1802. at 11 \. tn.. for the purpose of selecting
from next Monday.The 9. Tl.e crisis oration -John Kellum. with in the of low in-
G W CI'lt' 13 80 put up way wages '. ten drlrg.iles to attend and represent -
Look out for J. G. Alvarez mammoth 10. A ride in the railway cars. song.LuU .- mjtttt
-cure employment nuLl long hours but Bradford e.'uety in the state convention -
Cl rk aud auditor 31 52
ptock of goods, now arrivingevery monthly county pauper roll McKintiey. Gus!ie Kellum. Magr.cCrews. : : at Tampa June 1st, 1892. I l .
: is $86-not as high as the monthly Lula Sapp. Rosa Sapp. Rhoda: Morgan Urns blank books 138 70 probably they will nol appreciate Ibis The election districts of the county arc raze & Hall 4It's
.' day. Crews. Crews. Arrie Alice privilege quite as tniHi: as they would
salary of a locomotive engineer. Mnrv Cason. Sundries lo 63 entitled to the following delegates: I. .
\\'ilhlllni.IIM Will luus. Martha Wil shorter hours and better -Metropolis / and! Ccunsellors law p
Fresh guaranteed hams at lOo per W. T. WEEKS. pny. District No. 1. Lawley. 10. : at ,
Rumor that Mr. Benj. Bugj, hams Cora McKinney. 2. Lake Butler. S7.
pound at T. R. Sweat's.Nice 11. Rap. Henry Cason and Clerk Bud Auditor. The March number (>f lUbyli'md. timemother's ROOM AO. JONE& PLOVK.
.- formerly of Starke, will be marriedat r..p song uide. ntititi8 3. Palestine 9 1 I 1.
molintedf for sale Clevie Browning New Washington, Penn., nursery ? : an ur-I 4. 4. Providence. 1 J.
pictures Lake City soon, to Miss Dodd.: 12. The licIt on Gelling Ihe teeth-firnt and ., STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA.And .
morning call dialogue.- hold 'S Pine liii!
Uazar. People mire not slow ultoui taking of 5. 13.
i r i and
cheap at1organ'M Mis"es McKinueyand l %Vull iams. ond. l bv time medical editoi. ir L M. I. Downey Sulld'g. cor. T.htrct
if tbf Hrtielc ban merit. A 6. Starke. 23.
Forest a new thing
fire have desttoywl much
i Job printing ->f alf kinds at the 13 The hip that never returned. song. few months ago l avid lIvers, of Yale which correct certain miliilpl'rt"lll- 4. 7. Hampton 7: j,1 C.enterStrs.. Fernandlni, Fla.
fencing till spring in the counly. Messrs. A S. York sions aa to tin treihin process and! the
thCC. and C R. McKinney. pl.ico, bought his first Block of Chain- We recon.mend that the various election -
h. pjjUJGRAPii () -.- How long will our people stand it? 14 The poor old maid song.-Lula bt'rl tiu'M! Cough has sold trouble* wnich are popularly Mipp-wd) to districts hold mass meeting tn select their W. H. RIVERS
The Traveler's'! old! in JacKsonville McKinney. Gussie Kellum. Lulu Supp. it all and ordered more. He says: "It accompany it. Similarly helpful meilical l before 3.1 1892.J. .
is the only tireU-lass hotel to Mr. J \. llo'lgos has been hid Maggie Crews. Rosa Sapp. Mary Crews, hits given the be*
all summer. up this week and his store has: inconsequence I Rhoda Cri'ws. Arrie Cason. Alice % 'llI warranted every bottle and have not had b)' Dr II. D Chapin. amid on CuiK andP.cratcIeL J. M. JOHNS. Ch'o Dem. Ex. Com..
keep' open I liams. Anna Williams. Martha William-. one to come back." 50 rent and $t bot- by Ii. 11 Power Of the most
Saddle 1 hordes tor ladies .tnd gentlemen been closed part of thewet'k. Cora McKinney. Ups for bale l Ia v all medicine dealers. general 111"'rt'bl. perhapn. U a cii'j'.its article Secretary. Bradford Co. DRUGS AND MEDICiNES

i i' at J. W. Alxarez & Co.Vstabler. I 15. God if l I.,..'. snllg.Janie Williams. Lawtcy. on What shall IK done with him!- Call for a !State Democratic Conveiion ..
T..nlllTflwn an account of a completely: unuidiixirrblethough *
<'nd. Myrtle Crew Non Sa.oesFiats
: Mr. J. "Alvarez returned from Crews. Cora McKinney. Alice Williims.Julia I Mr. Brooking and family and Mr. not HI all vicious boy. which is The democratic party of the state of ,

The tc.MffeC5LtI. for 41 hi* New York trip this week and Crews. Oma Adkins, Liunie Williams Murrny and daughter the former from sure to gm li-u- to considerab C1otg
llelbei & IlichanlV. brought an immense stock of summer i Missouri and the latter from New York ki Mot her/ Parliament we find lellt'fSI; Tampa on Wednesday. June 1st. at 13

at ger goods.'by 16. A rhyming dilllollI-Lull\- city have rented the Crawsh.ivv house iuj on many inteiesliiig topics. There are 1 m.. for the following purposes; 1 -aad-
A new line of gents' furnishing! : Kinnei and Tb>mri3: Williams.! j the eastern purl of town. Mr. Murraywill descriptions of many useful contrivances I To choose delegates to represent the
goods ju. t in and for sale tlucluaji! I \\ } ran't somebody) go into 17 Little l hill cpunky recit-ition.: build on the lots he recently bought and nursery novellies. and! the usual stale in ihe National Democratic Convention Gents' Furnishing Goods.

et in u n at .. W. H il res. prt'h.ilgnlll! : .k in Mucks for Hrnry Cu!on. I from CIII. Shipman! questions and answers in the department : to be held in Chicago June 21. 1892.
exportation IS Bv will IH boys recitation Mr. Bnimhall. of Iowa. has been somc- of Nursery Problems. $2 r."r year. Ad- To nominate candidates for Ihe offices
r. A new fctoek of coffins and caskets : ? It would have a good 'Iale ands Cora McKinney. what delayed by the sickness of his lilt'e I di,'ss for s.miple copies The linbyhood of Governor one Justice of the Supreme DRY GOODS & NOTiOflS.Havnf .

atN.. J. Jones' 1 1 1t }plant would cost. hut liltle.Mr. 19. Home again song.Emma Ad- J da -gtiier( wh, hiS had time measles.Ve I Pub hhing Co, 5 UicUm.m street. Xew Court a Secretary ot State. Attorney-Gen

Have tried Sweet Home Horn?: kin*. Arrie Cason. Lulu Mcltinnev. C. R learn she is doing well. York. era). Comptroller.Treasurer. Superintendent received ,
t you just a large sto k of
\V m. N.I eat ham is a delegate McKinnev.( A. S. York of Public Instruction, Commissioner
increasing day. Rev. D. P. Lyon and Mr. D \li.c. from Skillful Canine KqueHtrlanlnm. the shove goods
sales every we are prepared, to
The are
trade it. For sale) l 1. from May Lodge I. O. O. 'K. 20.) Advise to girls rec -Pink Adkins RiMhester. III.. spent last week at the I There'H an unrivaled exhibition of Agriculture and four Presidential Electors ply your wants. Give us a call and sup in-

,: The beat tite yHeiberger Ii of this citv to the grand lodge" 21. Confidence rec -Tom Edwards. I home of Mr A. W. Biddle. Both weie canine equestrianism to be seen on the und Alternates thereof to be voted spest our goods before buying ese- here.w. .
& Richard. 22. True umia ulii,ol. rec -T. Duwlinz. well pleased with Law ley and people anti I I for tit the next regular state election andto
meeting at Tampa next Tuesday.I streets of Chicago almost! day.
I any transact such other business H.RIVEHS
still in New 23. The whippoorwill. Ming.-:.Mary : may be back agaiu.Mre. as may : ,
Mr. J. G. Alvarez I I which has fully is much or even more before the convention. \
4- Crews. Lula and! Rosa come
tuck have full line of' millinery Supp. I G Y. Ou has been quite sick the aug23 HTARKE. } [.A.
" York purchasing a large of :4. The midget's greeting. rec. -Henry real merit about it than one will nee in The different counties in the state will
spring and summer goods, \hieh heiadJmgatdo aH'I the latest Paris design, the )largest ('itsn.*. pa.tct.k but is now imflpToViIig.I'ai similar displays that are ina
e figures and will and best assortment ever brought, 25. TlwoM armchair dial.-Lul.i Mc- rt ics from St. Louis. Philadelphia! the "greatest shows or. .:rtb." 'Ihe following basis:

bottom to Starke. J. (T. Alvarez. K i III ii t-% and Rosi Sn liP and onnecticiit who have recently visited performer in an vst-cytituially Intelligent One delegate for each hundred votes LAND SURVEYOR.Deputy .
sell at rock piices. it. nil admire Lawtt-y's licjuiiful chiircn.
26. The lips that tII uoh liquor. r c.- water fpauiel. and he ia a rider cf cast in each county for the candidate on

Jreslioysters Meacham's every Don't forget to have your strawberry Emma Adkins. Quite txtensivu shipments of straw tier skilL His act connistR. in a word, of'I I the state ticket that received the highest County Sur\ejor.
: checks 27. The ""contradiction dial.-G'issie < ric6 are now being made from here and number of votes at the general election of AU Unr run from U. S. Surrey Fiekr Notna.Levelling .
early avoid
orders printed to
1 a)'. Lea'eour Kellum Lula npp. Lula McKinney.( are bringing good piices. .r riding a delivery wagon horse whose I Ib&H, and one additional vote fur the fraction and Dralaac Sytrm .ie.jTCall .

: shirts, hose, ties, the rush. s Leave your order At this 23. The naughty little girl. rec.-OmaAdkins : The niiii" the first of the week are great driver usually enforces a pell men gait. I in excess tnereof when it amounts to ( at Wa Office.

huts and in fact anything to make a office the first time you are in town. ly appreciated: by strawberry growers. i Tho t'pmid sits his mount with hu [ filly or more But if any county incread- STARKE FLORIDA.
29. Whistle' mid wait for Kale sonirGussie I hind feet on the horse' collar or where 1! ed its vote at the general eta-lion! of -
L; gentleman at Hodge*, at astonishingly M. M. Hale, tax collector reports Kellum. Anna Williams, Lula McKinney lecture Rev, Ilultz.:M K or church CU-\dniid.Lawley.Ohio Frulav will the collar would come and his front \ shall! have the i-cnefltt of such inl'r ' ARCTIOCANDY;

low prices. Don't fail to see the people as their taxes feet ahead of the other Each county shall, be entitled to one del-
.; paying evening. March( 11U j.ul"ject. The Lau". one on narrow -
:' his bargain promptly. The days :are getting few 30. Shall there he bangs rec.-Clm. of the Pharaohs Adniiasiou tot aduli ridge of the horse's neck. his claws I egate. STORE

The only $2 a luy hotel in Jacksonville until !he will have by law to stop Jt'iSlt'r 20 cents, chil iren 10 cents. Benefit Li- clutched in the mane. The faster the In counties where the democratic vote ,
31. The drover 'lial.-Muggie Crews of 1&& was reduced below the vote of
; ; dies' Aid horse the better the ''
is The Travelers.Haultng Society. goes dog seems
collecting.Mr. ilosti Sapp 1884 by reason of the prevalence of jtl- C. R. EXSEV,
k' of all kit.ds without rl"-j 32 Stump 1'J''t'cb.Yeork.. I Brn to Mr. and! Mrs. W. I. Bushncli.I like it. judging from his many to'l lOW fever. tuch counties are authorized to

J. W. Alvarez & Co.'slivery : F. H. Miller has sold out his ;i3 John's and William's! choice.Ivellur.i. .- I Saturday Fcb 26 a duu UUr. :.Mi>iueii and lively way in which he wags also certify to said convention such fact COMmIt RAILROAD AXD MAIN BTMU.STARKE. .

4 lay. Call at restaurant on t ihe wharf to Mr. II. Giissie Thomas Edwards. Tucker i! and babe doing well. tail. The sudden rounding of a corner I I and may in addition lo ifs representation FLA.

3 stables. Dttmtet, of Chicago. Mr. Dunsti-t IIWIiIlJ. Thc cott.L\ recently erected by Mr. J. 8MrCuliey never catches the plucky little animaloff lu-reiu authorized select and certify to said _.

Wagons and wheelbarrows at i will put it in first-class condition at 34. They have given her to another iu his grcve south of town is a his guard. but at snch times he will convention such additional delegates on a Vegetables, Candies Fruits and I' ,

Morgan's'Uazar. once. song.Maggie Crews. Anna William35 valuable-improvement. 4 "curve in" with apparently the intelligence basis of the vote of 1884. for the aetna of Summer Drinks. C

: : Culloqtiv churh.Gussie Kellum. of the most accomplished circus the convention.
: Ltiln McKinney. Hitflilaud. The counties under this rule will entitled COCO COLA Nerve Tonic and CHAM
i. 72 ounces of good soap at T.. R. Those farmers who rejoiced in the j rider, and so never loses his balance. PAIGNE
86.) Practical lesson.-Mary. Crew Strawberries are being shipped hut cot to representation as follows:
Sweat's store for 25c. ('xpectation of a bridge over Gum He has fallen but once in the two yean
Vernon Ed\\: >ir ranch, will have a chance to 'lighten 37. Grandmother's beau. rec.-GussieKellum Dunn. who has been ill. is that his owner say he baa been Bradford 10 Leon 12H
Mv friends and customers will very and that was when the horse riding.1 I .ker 4 Levy T m
their cart tires in its limpid water ucupeialiug.Ida: I Bre ard 5 Ltliertj 3i'Ml1moun ,-
i find nc till selling goods on the for while. 38 Matiimony or --A S York. being killed by a cable car. ', 3 Mad'son! 1
a ha finished her term of
I will yet ;39. Min h's n.111 Padgett I The horse never well when L'Uiu 5 Manatro 4
*o as
north side of Main street. mai. i ec -- lUlU' goes
i tenchiiig. and is veiling her aunt. \lrt. Cay' ,6 Mmion lwColuuibia ORg6 STORE;
I close out my stock of groceries and The county commissioners at their 40. A ft"\\'I'r,.. froir Cher's grsve.sungA.S Elias Padgett. carrying the dog. Bud that of course 10 Monro 11 1
means that horse and dog are warm L'aJe 1 NIUIMU ].
.j.LV.. meeting decided I
.L : and furniture. Hodges. on Monday very 41 SaVeo by a songMr.. Proctor. O. C. Plummer is improving his prop friends. Woe to the animal Lm 'ota 7 Orange nDuv.l
emphatically that no tax for world's 42. PronoMiic erly with a building to Ou used for store person or 18 Otorul i
and stock of prox11i,1 -Maggie. who bothers either of them when the I I Kxamlilft ti Pasco a
A fresh complete NWi
? fair purpose should be raised in ( n'ws. C. It. I(Ki IIIIC'JClhu Kellum.Tom purposes rraukliu 4 PoUt ISin ) 44
other is around for between the
groceries and grain at T. R. Sweat's Bradfordl'mmty. Willnims. MnrtliHVilliams I H: C. Cook is expected from his trip to kickingof ( .Uiirn 15 Putnam 12 .. ''k".t')
43'IUIDI: > Prooior. the Key.louc state early this week. the horse and the biting of the dog lUni It..n 7 St.Job a 1: } ,
?' for J. G. Alvarez' big the two old chums make it n..rn ii'4t' 4 Santa HOMO. Siii.lbor.ssh
I1 Look out 41. Bt'tier luck exceedingly
tomorrow. .
The annual enthusiasm, i for )o1l- song.Maggie The fishing P'irly met with decided success 1 18 bumter (
advertisement i next week.Wesley try raising i is low rife among our Crews. (J. |It antI LuU McKinney.[ OR Black creek. and will try It again unpleasant for intruders.Chicago Tribe NUlu' o Suwnnnee liiJMCk:4ft k
Taylor VJrffvr.Miu
A S. York une.
T Hod ires says tell the people arm era. 'l'he hawk takes a birds 4: Hardshell sermonMr.. Proctor. this week. 12 Vnlusla 10 rJ3 ?
ft Walculla
that lit wants them everyone ey' view of the matter and Veep 46 Song.Lula McKinney, Maggie The first peas this season will be shipped Not lu, dumb rUnntl'aV L&Ee Laf.jeito 13 Walton 3&
this week L. B. lift imr ham*on hig
'k- to come iround and see what he has down over production.There Crews. Nut like llw DPI"vlnContent r..tali4 Waahingtua l. .
47. Box und Cox.-Me/*rs. Rcgtstei. I I The counties will select their delegates
'ood lie is in La Grippe Successfully Treated."I in lrut luwt til*. J. I. GASKINH.DIULP.U
to say about selling will be services the Presyterian York M..1 McKinney h.tVtlIUSrt'co"tlrell tram the .,"- Our tulsa I bprinx lik* IL.c in 4u T manner us may b* considered best \

the jewelry store in the old \Witkovt > church next Sunday mornng V 1t1 "lclCr '. Johii Kellum. nod attack ot the grip thix jear," says Who MW to mrrl the IIijfl. I I 'l-y the propie acting through the uiulliriy CtDrug&

building Mr. J 11'1. O. Jone, publisher<>f the Lender And cries exulUntc! unto Tlive, J or' uizttioiif.! And it i" rec"m-
at''i S. Ij. A. Annual
i at 11 snntime. and in the Meeting.Flic i Medicinc-
Mexia I Texas. "14, the latter tIi"fI I U Lur.i. Tit;' wlSl t* dune! : ItI".Llt'illluL'! Ine convention in vnrh

1. Golden War, German Black \Vax, (vening, h by Rev. E. Strong, D. D, first annual meeting the S L. I. used tii4mu iiorlaiii'mm I'ongh Kemedy, When fr t Ilrtt ur.tttptnjb : ty uirrt forth!* purpose at the Ufll1n-1 Starke Via

; Mohawk and Valentine bean at from Green Cove Springs. A. will be he'd' at the home of Mrs 1'. A. aid I tliiok with considerable suivtiMM, L'pun tlicf',tiiiiiiiTboo wl. UfitiMor 01 her usual place ot meeting ou ; Physicians;; Pro t.rlvtiOlll'
.ty Knight next 1\1onll.y afternoon. A fullatlendaric oolv I teI'lug i in bed a little over two davw, d>iHt not bat iw U'n Truby, Steinburg & Co. Judge J. R. Richard, of Lake tuain- t 'U <1 "'14 for the first attack. The B nt>atli the iron lirol. Aiiaiigrmenls are Iwinjj made by omniiilfcti -: ( ttrcfn n fjautjumn td at 1&, /// vr"- is desired, questions of importance :
'j. Butlers in the MS Hex-oiid "I tlU'k I am satisfied would have In Thy name w> tu fti our nchtBy appointed for such purjx !. t<> f'.7. 1I
\ ,. ., New line of low shots just received city on Monday will be brought up anti officers deeti equa''ly H.H bad MS I the first but for nwnni or l I)iitut or |n.ii. sei-uiv reduced rates of travel to and from ---
) :' & It[ i is seldom that the judge gets to the use of thin reined. as I had to go to And tu I hi lnNiiUinnu'ik aoi unity Baith I A
<: : at Truby, Sternburg Co. for the corning year will !he helectel. Ladies Ihco iivenlioii. and this committee will HOME FOR SALE.
;: tarke nowadays. He i is one of bed iu about six h""irs Iin.I'r! h"intf taken Thy me****:? unto mtl.
the commiltees due notice of
", .1' interested in the improvement of with it, while in t'-e tirst plxce I wan county:
.. ': J ...'t t The TELEGRAPH: will bo sent to 'Bradford's oldest citizens.A Stark lire invited to be present.By a'-le tPo attend to businesH flhi! >iit 2 harM. Thy will! It bliU the.wok he IJ1.rotlg. uch u-Kiiltrt nt an early by. 1bc folTowinp d'K-rilx-d: property) located .
c address fort a year.I before ire'titiK Ilown. 5(1 cent bottles for It bhln tl t> Ktniuic '" jn-iU Couniy organizations and delegate arc wpWn the
4 :: ;" -1 any box containing a gallon of whix- order ot. .the_ secretary. silo bv iil meilicine dealer No lip to fawn. BU hand to -.r. lIu1iril'llllult this committee will meet at .corJ""alr limit ft he
t. returned from New -- No brow to M .
; : have just Kf2 pounds of tobacco! a pack of HanttrdUi'harI.A Tampa at S p. in, May 3I t. to receive
.. '.':i;' .. York and can distance all ray competitors card, 1 pound of bacon and 5 cents quiet wedding took place I'll Tuesdayaf A Bllllou and Half. Berieath Tli> liU\ rat MOH. .; rredeiitinlx! ami! issue tickets of acliumisiontoclslcgmtes. Two Acren of t\iA

in specialties of dry found the The above i is estimated to tie the am- O Lortl. Iw there Tlitne arm made barr.M well fencrd. Upula which i i. it. "<.d. wvllpniiiUd
of grits
: ray worth was on ernoon the 8lh inst., at the residence .f .
of the
Hy i>ner committee
due heirs unclaimed rihtrw'us wil1 dnnelJi
ount to estates in Tbr
.j ; and beconvinced. und pU lfrrd tw uwcliji':
:'j, goods and millinery. Come >nblic road Monday night. Capt. minis Mrs.I J. C. Richard the L Jle.*. Kngl.ind. Ireland Scotland. Wales, Germany >uu Hay hi Harper's. tttrm't : JAUKJ p. l'ALUI'ItRun.J. >- tF1r'y '::
( Alvarez. an rxcvtUnl writ of wafer TiKckrd; ..
J. fr
1. B WOMBWEIL. Cll'li.: m
: { :' Capt.V.. TL Edwards of Lake, )arents. in this city. The contracting and Fmucu. The heirllluesupplI/ 4.

.j :.: J. \\ Hodge bai gains'are gen Butler, was in town on Monday. He parties w-re the hnnds'ime and accomplished 10 be in the Untied Malts. di scend- 0. ftea.oa Secretary.BAKF1KLD. ltei-!.j: J-O.K! .>(hrt'! and "'tir .iiilitiii.,'!..
ants of p.IlpleVhll crll'lltd the o van >ears The following is a lift of the Trees .
M10l'kb grow.njf
? uine. He has a large tight looking Miss Belle ch-ird and Mr. Si-in-y BltOS.,
: :.f :: rej'ortR! things very promis. ilL"). You who read this .:re earnestly th* p'acr
upon :
t 'Or I.;r: cheap, and he will eU'it cheap. It ng up hi-* way and that prospects I F. Hanford of Green Cove Springs. Rev. r-quested to ('ol'l" p..u.1 with tht undersigned t'ONTKACTORS & BUILDERS 80 l.hull1.'I"
and furf' I', 13 v riet Vs. 2d!
1. :- .:& to your interest t" see are good for some land sales.Harfield Fred. Pixti-n oWciatiug. Th- lMpp !. if your piopiecanu- fr in jcio ttu year
:: <* sea. ileimmlier tlntnltt I to thi XTi'I! build R dencen, Cburcbf. Store and bearing; Cll ?xtnutH 3, 2 vnrictits Apple -
took ih- 3:30 Fi
f; yourself. couple ViDg Cracker" tortfaiir
Brot hers, ( contractors and I country n-q-itscs: ; : a five cvi.i sa p Be School IIou> ff. Satisfaction guaranteed or no 6 trre (asacdrml)3 I on Pear roots;

f':' DON'T READ THIS Thecheapest lmP1r of Sntith Carolina. have future home at Grevu Cove Springs. V.UHlo wiiit'jtOii'' name mid HI d s. p'aii! :> pay. Term cash or time to responsible parttejt. Orange Tre.. 4.varieti,; 77 I\ar,
in the world to ha\v: Slarke. l-ises one of jig swrcten! 1 a id un>.i 1 .y. AiM> b.-nn! 25 cents lo p y lot ssl.igt > Lake Butler and New Rive r. Florida.
place ..
: iIJo Lake Butler and 4 nrieliIrll"ot 7 P.
orated at are ; T*imnnU
prepared .d e'uv-c. We 'La tu1ii nell 11am <
done isat the New ovaoli! gill i l I tie \tetti"dist chinch it*I cl.rn'splllll i g nol !
.' -. your laundry up to erect buildings, of all kind =i fi"I' tu\' "li.ti'Il.LI.; :, .\ LOUD .\!.iOOR5S 77. choicest vartrijt; Pen -ll M. !.ri
S. IJro .rgntji&t i and! ('lid i ir leilir 1 .nol I :In-i IU..RV''iev;
J. \ n
York : .
-._ Stl'am-l.ulIldry. NW pettier from any section are li'g* isn I it,md, klif|>h<.ru'i: iju-h. 1 LMI11 selected vmipti : Quince 2. Chinrr

t' > .; agent Knqure at the pustofiict, welcomed! in raUord'C011llty.. friend" u t'IIIUp.LIO| !: ) wi"nu HIt') n.i.i I 'L.i .1:1 u J. r.ciill3.nIHtliiAVLiEiiSHOTEL THE SOWER HAS All \hf alMiverrce* are in Ite1Irin\C. l'H'iil
earnc-l to 1-ive All tiie; 'e J--1-4 inir'd\
,8urke Fla. .
; of llirm in their m-coml
i .'; A full line of nove'ty gingham, In wishing her a bright: .lid i .*tj'py future 1 1 l IO4l..... a.ka ...S f t Iris year.

'i': I: -tt ( 100 cases light prints and Manchester': crepe, veiling in latest )[r. Sr'. llxnfor I is tile rU-rk nf i out I or COKN'tR "F BAY AND CEDAR STREETS-, FERRY'SSEEDS This pare! must l'It' 'II lo Jtf: 'r'rr.'i-

:,!I ,100 dirk cheaper than phades, twp over suits, Swiss and Clay CoUii3 and is a tuosi c8.iai
I 1f ever before. mull, also a full line of importedlaces tleman. _- AIIH-IIC.HI pUn. $i. U IIUCJ $250 per dll}. WHT crnniss. DIDN'T TCRS ur AT onmut. DU. A. L. SCOTT,

.1 4! 100 cases assorted cotton chalhes, to match every suit. Prices 10 Lecture Eutopettii pl.tii. HoDi'iaSO*' a lay each _Jud,. Sturl-. Fla.

light w's, and suit eVtr 'hody. J. G. Alvarez.'Fhietax Rev E .rl D llo! |'z. M A..f ,- ptrtxm Hcgul HUM is. 23c 'itid! How to Ke p I oj, on a F nn.He 'bi .made taraia and kept the wortj Fernr-*M Seed eric TaUa BnalwtU _ --- -. .

I .: :: 1\,50 cases assorted wool chalhes, the and.[ Ohio! who i N in t Ih11''" i it-mIirI4.g lU'v'.iur.i. ti li: i arlt told bin son to milk the cow, feed Ferry't Seed Annual for 1891tclla
collector will be ;in Slarke
nicest offered.fiW the horde's lop the piga. hunt thrrgga.
J. >: ever at Dt-Funijk > prin and Ml D. Friday colt and him
and the
thejmarketat teed the cal\ei. catch
.:; cues sinffhams", prettiest on V ednesday, hursday till l'lli.I ( \\>AiUli.tfS I Mf.-tl i I .lli'l f/'l' j jinn i put sk.g. Uoa'taewSMd* till yos|ctlu '
**" jn>Hemh5 I :h4. will I I I l <-iitf I .it t Ihe M l in tl.t-! stable! cut plenty of wood. split
J. G. Alvarez'. March I 16, 17 and 1Rtoeuhleet. taxes Lillian U'lU'uii. stew of in* M I Jim.r.VL'f. ,-- XM-FERRY CO. ltroit.llicll.
'j E c-iurt-U iu thin riiy MoirUy ii< xt. the ; 'i yndlinN. stir the milk put fresh water in ,
for 891 also during court week. .n.lp.<- II>C -f '|tiePui."' liilil mS.
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after to
- : i4 should do 14th i>f March at 7 pm. on "The Landof I biiiist HI.-i 1'1:0,1; t I', < via ti".r. 1 c. the creamery Htippcr stir* and
;: All who have not paid so and tudy bin ltou I.fol'he went U)
f.. .lWen Owens Jr. before it is too late. The books i the Pluiiaohs." %lr Ilnitz spi-aks from room tini.mrtn IN ('flIVlIl Htul ligliird II V. itli >It itt) Thi' It-a h!<,,ula >. i,I bed. Then be hurried! off to the club ao

j ,. ,_t" ..'. close the first'Monday in April. personal! ohSerVitlillll.t.wing visited Eg. |pt never ciuscd. A nig .1 clerk mutt! w.iic. take a lending part lu the que" tiou. "Howto SherifTs Sale.
Of"., the land. Aln1isiin. adults! 25 keep !boys on the farm. -Covinytoa data!
'. : I And Holy maO are always on the alert to protect UNDER and by virtue of an execution
i ; QCERIES 1 Many of our readers will he sorryto cents children under 15. 10 cents. He life und property. Xenrrftl holt! to I the (fGL EoteruriHow I. This Tourtof the 4i h 8th.Judicial 1802. lamed Circuit out State of the of Florida.Circuit Jeweler.

learn that the commissioners, in will als" pn-nch at the Methodist church Savann:ih. FloridaVr8iern, f f:' :PROVISIONS Tallahassee, resolutions, Sunday M"l't. soiivilie. I amp-i & Key \\'<"l and tm fttAugustine We offer one hundred dollar reward therein pending wherein Henry Meinhard. 8amuel I .
::I : spite of the i ; dopoN lI.u.t l two blk for utiv of rniarrh thAt cannol I b. ) 'Dhard. Isaac Mi'i shard and E. A. Well. '
world's fair election off. railway Hall's Catarrh parLn.'rSin bustnes*under firm name Metnliard Stare Fla.
: ordered the I curf60"bv taki'i! t'lire. Jf
'I t1t: DRY GOODS Smui.l J'inil Delivery. \\i-'L o[ (he f'ihrioia Cenlrlil & Pe niinU.nrrmlay ; i Bros.&Co.. were plaintiffs aud K. F.andY
F. J. CHKNEY Co. .
A 1'roprsi.
, Our progressive friend I J l1cigeV.. Mail on Sunday from !both north rnd dtpot and L'lydc's New York & T.l.lo. Ohio. I \ U.Moore partners in bufine .un<*er firm

'I ""l'l R':;'1' NOTIONS \V. Tumblin made a brave though south will cl'ise at 10 a. m., standard time. Florida st.-amships und bt J<,lins river \, un,!.rsi;na., have knimn 1-'.' naineof have levied M.F.upon& W.and 0.wilt Moore.sell at were public defendants.t oaicry.
unavailing: fight against the with attunier :Sinlings. making this the most J. Cbnt>y, for the Lat l.ysarsai..l l>.- on Monday the 4th day of April VfC. .
htr fter. convenient hold for i iMti/imts in Jatkinviiie. here him erfet'tlv lionornb'e' in all V>ns- the same beiOituieflritMoniUy of saId month ,
;: : SSRIRHISHIKG GOODS, ETC. drawal. Our people need not think _L. C. [CI.I_. P. M &luf curs p-tiu (he door troiu mess iram.i.lclil'and iiuaneially .:>le ., door and ate in aJ the lIe w wnoC d. Starlr fr-witof coumsi the,Cf'nI'C of BrMfonind hna- i Largest Assortment oi!

they can prosper without immigration HiNt. No. O Democratic J xe(. .li 'it-[> it8 KP.II all p.iM of the city":' carry oat any obligation matin by tiuiilinn. i Stale ot Florida tetwrcn ilwlfs bonus 1.1
" '' ., *> >It' ."- and capital. Committee HI ce tin cguitly furnished nwm, $inge! .r en ?uii : WW :"Ci"' jr. 1'54.1 the targes Out the !be.-t Inilel 1 in the Whtll sale lruigm.it4. 'l'u'e. ti.VALDJNU. t<- \\j lug and heinz ir.tie count1 of Bra.1f.oI and ,
I : ( Joined the Church. The members of th- DI'mllcr:1tic Executive conducted I \ KINXAN A MAKVINWhot Ue or FJ.-W Ida: Lot one(I). tbrr- (3).five(,).
and the tiiv
city only one on a-.').. (T)>. nIne(9), eleven (11) in Block fifte
Lt n
j sell goods Commiitce of district No 6 (\.
; J'r ready mirerequisteml ( Hl.' ImisiTM't lots-sin
I Last Sunday morning the Baptist crurch Eur">eatt piuu. Here jou c.ia either p.t\ *< (IS). RDd on 'tot flee (5) in Block! sixteen (IS?,alit ,
: P. to meet ft the court hoiioe onStiurday ITaU'N Cat r h Cure i* taken ioi<-rmi;,'
50 thf to*n of New River. Raid hurl sold is thorcpertv
Call and of l-HUti- $2 or j2; u'day or rent your CHlrn nixl
: s.-e services were held' on the bnnks April l. 1892. at 2 o'clock -tiog diro,'tly upon toe! blood :1:1.1 l III/i- of M. IT. and W.Q. M- ore to";1"7
for (he nv-als have .
.,"' in the church pay only ynu uciually surface fnj. Price 7t> tI e naM esccutkin Trrm canh. purchaser\
'. }lake instead of tn. J. ::i. JOHNS. co 5 o the ny
'- '( r fat Crosby service 'here were 32 I' p. Chairman. Huonrs tngajtcHl hy mail !r tek! inipn. Th- per bottle. Sold! hy 1\'' drn' rriKts.: paying f.T tith.... I'roperty- pointed, out byplalnt.llr.attomet" Special; ] attention gnU... r*-
After the .ud -Hlnurant P.8.I'Jtc"'a.
tisuftl. rooms ate
C. .flOwens: Jr. fts bpMi l in the waters of ihf proprietor. personal Subscribe now and learn what is Sheriff o'Bra!'ord t "DtY'. Flori.a ;:pairing :of _Clock and f Watcbw.
canrti.lHtes .fT"i Subscribe and jet news, education management ; BY' Z E.J"8Xa Dep.5h.T ,
.i\ karke: 1.'lorida.. I, sf placid Crmly. Rev. J. H.: conducted I and hAppi, **. BURToN K. BARRS. i going on. *J Jf&ek4,1. t Good work dot at .' o'tabJ.ri.tu.:
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RR/DFQRD COUNTY [ *j i Washington Letter. J I : "
IELEGB/PH; NAJllttOFSTATKS.HOW \ : ( ) I j Notice.
W M8ich 8 1892 '

<; :-::- j Do trensury ofticitds tnnke, a practice, of ---- ,I .! Six in-mt h" after date I will premnt my a v i TRUBY STERIBURG
Y ?'W- -4UBLIHE1'WECLY VT- OYA roiintson'l vouchers to the Honorable W m. F., & CO

at. .URAUfXUiDCOUVrx" KLOCIDA. \ withholding payment of contract fetid THE DIFFERENT STATES CF !Vati irHdrurlrnd.Uur*. CV-unty:t teof Judge Florida in and as for administrator the county of P

-I.C.-\VEDC.--- ';'other, public expenditures between the 'i THE UNION WERE NAMED. I of the entai.-of David Browning, deceased, and .r,
ask for ,
II n diKcharjra from the same.
4 and Publisher.$ ( middle anI beet of the
I month ia order
inM V I This 9tU day of October, A. D.18'I. j.: ft

--'VRr.KiPTlc nUlk better showing thnn nctuilly ex- )11\ .1 of thr -\j'| >llilloni Aro of Kngllth II .1%.W. BROWS nfo,
$I.OO A YKAft .I NOT. 0. 1591.-Cm AdminIstrator
1 isu l iu the inonthl statement issurd; Itt ,i Orlfiio-5t*nv Hlu r. \.re iJerlted "fromlutliiiti Wholesale and Betail if
the close of business i Old & W. r.-Som'P..uJllarl\leao.
According t Act *f Crffre in on tctlsst: day of the j I i $ State of Florida Bradford County. .

;; :,", AtVil 'Jk4. $ jrJt Fin.. as &("ltd tnontUf, Evidently Rcpten-r.tatire Butler :|(! I",. In Esushlt.rTsuiitP.. W. K CHKW and F. L. CHEW.

I .-I tlltu .VIII,,. of lnwn bclirvt-B there is nomctbiojr In Ib,. :j! }&ui"Uk o it>.a-iuie mom the province b merchants t u.lne-s under and partners the firm doing name :I Iof Aa arapalt. General Merchandise--

Th' I.upl'' of the ; charge Hint they do. for lie bits offered uf Main iu France and was so called as Chew Brother.vs. I.% Suit by *
j cmmtv are inviteil Attachment.
resolution calling upon he secretary : wwphilLteL1. to the jueen of Charles 1, A. R. ROSKKBKROM and S P.wzaLrr j
t.> ut tiie% c lumn< of tb** Tnt.-j I i tLe ireamtry for a detailed talvmei< *>flh icuriett2t who, was its owner. I II I S late partners in the i Amount P3T A T=?..TT"FilGroceries FLO
T-rtT7.\t>n to tnpir ideai I banking buaineos under the I sworn to .A.i'
xpros on .- 1'1 qlll..l"ODIi) for roomy fur tho public% !', New Huiiiii| :liirv takes its name from name of RoseubergerJtShlrley.j Si 993.04.

luh1i.' qlh'llif/n Ccuttmllflil'\1ioni j! stTVKv pifM-ntcil the het\f 1 Hauip-liirv. Cn,huul. New Hampshire To A R.RosenberEvr and S. P.Shirley late partners '
: ,.trlf'ular; inrth'illu\IM! for uviisury I was ol c.ril11111'iLl1ed Laconia. in the banking business under the name of S.IHnd Fancy, 3
j Feb 13 MO.I 29. and I the payments mIlCh' Rosenberyer& Shirley:
ciflice will 5,oratcc. (:1a.\rgelt fur; Vermuut u Trench verd TfAKE notice that W.K. '
nt mjuhrTbe : I I ( mont). eigj Chew and F. L Chew. "
Ill) he tiaine urillr to M.-ittb 1.Th. POWDERt 1. merchants and doing business Any conceiTalilnrticlp.. V
i.uut.tin.Iaet.sdiLtb4 partners un
uifyiztx .
j er the firm nlmeof Chew Brothers have insti

legalizing! or his "counteil .1
11. quorum" j Li an Indian word, sig1 Absolutely Pure.V a suit against you by attachmentl'ntitlt'Cla Any kind of Provender
lU'mocra." 1It' ,l not think: by the xnnretiie court so puffed up the <*xczar !i I uiluui,' "country about the great hills." I 'tbe above and you are required to p'ead or demur Feed Hay ..
to declaration
filed in
they are going In have such an ca,y will impmtf ncp und c< ncrit. Unit I I llh<*le I.lun 5 gets its name because of A cream or tartar bakir r pow-li-r. Iligiirst of April .'h. ]*"W2. the same being cause the on first or Monday before: for Live Stock.(

walk over as HOIIIC of them tseem to I even ti! e patience tlf so evcnIemptrl.d"mlln its faucivl l'I "'lI1blance to the island of: all flung leavening I ) strength.-Latest c.". 3 Govern I of said month and a rul'day of thii Court. or''
tltJIrrhilt!: ) ear the third pattyini'H no Speaker I'tit-p was; exliniMeil am) Kh(d'-.s, in the Mediterranean. Report. judgment will be taken. agai .styou LB.F1a1ntis hv. RHODES default. Dry Goods .1. ti1

Tbf rwil iiicuie of Connecticut Quon-i I. O. O. .'.-Hl' rrnettng Attorney. I, Millinery
are to contt..l! with ai well .IR ttie man from Maine found himself I being y every Tu' r I.W. T. Weeks. clerk of the cirruit court in aud : ,
the jiulilican party, and it i i" quilt'1i1cc'Iy artiiticttlly flayed by the bpe kt-r. to ulimu h-U-i>ut. It is n Mohejjan word and I nicht io their hall. Transient for the county of Bradford and State of Florida : IQ 141551.!
uicuti "Ion;; river. I. 01 brothers ,ordiallv I do hereby certify thtt the foregoi"g is a true And
that many heretofore democrat lie had %been trying to !Ictll.te. 1\cw York was so named inriicd. J. O.lIA YS.S. and correct copy of the original on file iu my, C 1 o th. Famishing' Goods all atjlef sizes suit prifJ!
as a complicient K.G oftlca. '
third : Ing
are now Ktronjr party inn V The anti-Harrison republic arc at 1 I to the Uuko of York, whose brother F. 3. FIELDS Src. Witness my hand and Real of vail court this C.1l and satisfy y.unelf. i

eco, us to who to take up for candidate. Charlm 11. emitted him that V December 3lit.liH.!
The old-fashione.! ""crub race" territory. Bradford No. 42 [SEAL) W. T.WEWS. For Farmcra. Builderv.
and Lodge, F. i A. M, Fhiopb'sie 3Iim.! -.r
that New
names are constantly being Jersey was named for Sir GeorgiCitrter 0 Meet TburRday Clerk Circuit Court. Hardware
fur niht| before the third
office i" good : Jan., IS'I2.
county tmougli I put forward in that corneclion ure lu who was at that time governor V Ruuilay in eitcu tnuuth -m : also Stores
for Uradfon! cnnut y. I It every feelers of the public pulse. The :Inte.t is i of* the Island of Jersey in the Britishciuumfcl. ] t.V!J..I J. Z. WAIKRIOHT.J. 't. Hco.JOHNS M TT.M. IN CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ranges. Cooking Uteoalb at..
body run and the faKtefit take of Florida Brad>r:1:I County.
man To
suit t. and
in favor of J. S Clarkson. of r I Furniture my any pecket. Al* "
the lead. The hijrjjett vote is polled I PciiL:'ylvanis. as generally known : COMER L. PEEK WILLIAM A. Pcxcc,
t the repulilican national cIIl1l1nitlee. the I yt.ROSZYEEROCRt.
in thin manner and the best feelingfcxixti. lulu; its native from William Penn, the ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW and NOT A It SHIRLEY \kiuils of other House Furnishing! OooJt. I

No newfangied notions an- man who Wits backei) by Quay and tut- "'nylvamaT': IItLl"t of it meaning woods. -and- rPFIE defendants in ui id cause A. R Rosen-

needed tin entire national: committee for pllcc iiillcirrisoti's I Laterally it is "Penn's Woods." Fire Insurance. J. bergerandSamuel P. Shirley late parnt'r8
to confuse the in the hank
year business under the
minds of the people. cabinet, und 3 el was mod p<-rempioiily Delaware derives its name from Represents PROVIDENCE: LIVERTOOL A LOXDOX) & GLOBE.: style of Ro enberffer& Shirley, and all other name per- BEST GOODS i
WASHINiiTON, OKEENWICH[, "nnlll"terf'"ter1. will take notice that their LOWEST PRICES
turned down. There is huh, Thomio West, Lord do la Ware. SECURITY, and IKK WORD Fire Insurance in said cnunty han been attached at the property lIuit

There reems to he a division of r I doubt that Mr. Clarksou would take; great I Jlaryl nd was named in honor of Hen county Companies.for&Choice'. lots of Lnd in town and of that the Mid plaintiff! therein. William A Pence, and ,
opinion x. to the better plan of selecting plenum- taking the nomination aw.iyrom rietta Maria, queen of Charles L STARKE FLORIDA. their appearante in said hereby court required on or before to enter the -

the ofiiuern this Mr. Harrison, if he could; but Mr. Virginia got its name from Queen: Jnelfltf first Monday of April. A. D. 1"W the same being JOSEPH
county year, Elizabeth the "Virgin CJuren." the 4th day of aaid month and a niche day thereof, ECKERT
whether to pursue the old plan of a /laikiion's mental caliber is hardly large Tb. I I! ST4KKK HOt'SK. and plead or demur to the declaration tiled i in 1
Carolinas were named for Charles said cause, or judgment bv default will lie enter ,
"free race-good lack to the win- noiigh to make him'a presidential HOWl I- (Curoltte) II.UKANINOS. I A tirlll-clllllS 1'rlvatc Hoardin-r! lions,. ed aalnst them and their property sold to satltt-
ning man" to make norninationn even of the of fy plaintiff! ; !Demand oS?
or flees republican RlIsy IiI
parly. WORTH REMEMBERING.Florida HCCCSH to !1 IrIs <.f (lie U.wn Deceit her 'th. 189 I.
in convention. Thi matter hhould 1 The house committee on appropriating gets its name from Kanunas Terms reasonable. THOS. E. Broo.

be thoroughly dtKcusnod by the people may decide to abolikh two entire divisions de Klore or "Feast of tho Flowwn** Mrs. Wm. Edwards Prop. I. W. T Weeks clerk of Attorney the circuit'or court

before the convention meet of the treasury department, those on pul>- Alabama comes from a Greek word MAIN n HEEl" and for the coo lit\ of Brod'ord Florida. do here
and Starke, Florida by certify that the above is a true an. ex .ct
signifies of Rest"Louisiana
ic moneyo and loans und currency as the uotf5m cony of the original notice on file in my office.

The county democratic executive work done by them is but a duplicationif wan 80 named in honor of Witness my hand and seal this the 31st day I of
December. A. I). 1891
Louis XIV.Mi&si.vsippi.
committee met at the court house what is done by two divisions in th CIrezo.urer's Scientific Amsricaa I [SEAL] W. T. WEEKS.
Monday and appointed tbe 28tii ofllce. is a Natchez word and Agency forCAVEATS Clerk Circuit Court. .
Jan. 1. 1P02.-301
means Father of Waters." I
any 01 npnt aa the day of the county -
Although the pension offli-e iuvtstigcT brei' or four Indian Incorporation .'
interprcttlions I
convention to select delegates to of a nail toad I
thA. ion has bUt just begun In get into theM have lieen given for the word ArkaH.A.:3. Coin
e state cunvention. Al thecouvctitton same pany.TIT1CE .
resting sU. it has l the best being that it ":
!e. already -eu con signifies rnllkr "
Is herebv
the delegates to he con- given thai under a"d by -
clubivtly hiiwn that some things are not' Waters.1' the French preiii "Ar k"' meaning i.i virtue oft I he laws of Honda,in such canesinailo
grewiotul convi-utioti can very prop bow.Ttnnessee. and provide-l. the undersigned have formed Ii III iiiiii: \\\ \ .
cmiduried \
erly be selected awl jirobahly will us they should lie. It has been' themHclvi-8 into a bod, politic and corporate :: ) :: V'
according some writers under the name anti style of The
TRADE MARKS Gainesville.
acknowktlgcd offldal I
by witnesses th-tl
be. The otnixMon iu the call wan is from 'feua.. a. an Indian chief; othersUavc I OR.ION PATtNTtt LaCnw-se and Lake Butler Rail Road Company. I :
probably an Inc H recommended dismisMil for cause it that it COPYRIGHTS, ate. for the purpoHe of CD- structing. maintaining I flLTz I vMwwmmBiXflBf\ : .
oversight. means of the Big operating line of I
hInot F'I. wic thfornek and free 1Iao4bnot a railroa/i' from the city of 1 [ 1
only been kept in office, but actually l3cn ." CO.. sa DROADW A T. NBW write YOKX.toOVNN Gainesville northward throng- the county of i t
World's Fair promoted it has been : for Mcurlii patenU America. AlachuA. to Lake Butler: in the county of Brad i
Special Commissioner ; acknowledged Kentucky does not "Dark EY
mean and L ry' patent ***!? oot by M III ht before ford,and from said city of Ua nesville southward
Alexander Campbell has returned that the private secretary of Asst. Sec. Bloody Ground," but U derived from tbt'Indiali ue pubiko by*notice given free of change in the through the counties of A Inch ua. Marion Levy, Keeps on hand! Cream, Bye and Graham Bread Pies
Citrus 1 and 1
from Australasia and Chandler has regularly) visited! the word "Kain-tuk-ae." signifying; "l4co. Ilertmndo and UilUborough to t
oporto pensiot. 'ientifj, 1UtritauLarnat the waters Tampa Bay. of all kinds. Special Orders .
J. that great entiiui iia.toim ix felt over ittlce to pui-h the claims represented by a Land nt the Head of the River." The capital rock of ai.1 Gainesville. LaCrrwe V promptly attended to.

the exuunition in that part of the certain nttoniey and that uti empIIlYc'whet Ohio has had* several meanings fitted I w.oridu8pleud1dly e1ft11latlnn of any Mintltle PIWW In the and divided Lake into Butler 8,000 Rail shares Road Company of $100 each is $MUO.O0)and itt. V For Sale V ; -U :
to it. Some that it U llluatrate No Int.Hdgetit principal ofnV- at tlin llakery; and) at Heiberner & Ridlard
Suwaneg or place of
world. New South Wale South' feloniously broke the lock of the I say a man should be witbollt IL WeetlL) 83.00 business b Gaines*hUe,
Alochua -
word, meaning "The Beautiful River." rear; sue alx month&. Address KUNN A CO. couuty, Florida. -
Australia, Victoria, Queensland and dei It ot one of his superior officer in or Otters I"t1J1LUBsa 3G1 uevar.hew VIlt"L I E WEBSTER. V .
refer to the Wyandotte word.Oheui. O. W. HYDE. ,. ,
New Zealand are all making extennive der to nee s me papers thereiu was afier- which signified weth1u: Travelers! Hotel. J. S.*TWOMIT. : < '

preparations for their representation wan!! piomoted. And then- is more anti I Qrcar toIndiana The frfifor! of I hill r.ul"will jnpply all J. R .KDDIKHCHAS. L. FitDKS.

and splendid exhibits are nure worse lo come. Air. Enloe has introduced I means land of Indian.o. sinnc In stop at tin-! Travelers hotel sit Jan. 1. lS32.-3m J 3'j i \ :

to be Kent. Three new steamers a bill for the protection of witnesses in Illinois is supposed to bo derived from Jacksonville. whici* l; is nnw conductetl on I Sheriff's W- M.VarVcZ h I' m
Sale. OU
,. between Sidney and San Francinconro the employ of the government which if r un Indian word which was iuttudou tvreIn the,tickets European gnocl l to and transfer. A.inrir Pai plan with and, WARY G. WlTKOVHKI V I ; : : i' i i7J
about to be ro a superior class of tnger
put on. it becomes law .
iil add VS.MII.LT
a much important from
depot to the Hotel
Wisconsin is an Indian word, e teaainyjj tiny DAT. .q J\O. 1.
testimony! which otherwise will The Trawlers does nut { Lrciyingor
n' t beClbillined run M free 'bus
virtue of
.4 a writ of '
: Bradford will make Rushing Waters. fly execution issued out o
county no in this investigation. or bargain. WII IMI. but by a 8pecinl rr.injrcincnt the court of th. 'ouut\ Judge of Bnvlfnrd
appropnaiion tow aid a Florida exhibit M11'Oo moans "Muddy Waters" witb the piopVirtor, Mr. Bur- count'. Florida dated December A.D. 1891. |; SINGLE OQ( DOUBLE ; Teaming

at the world' fair. The action I C.Good Michigan is from an lu tau word, tt" K. B.irrs. we are ennblcd to save our l levied to trie directed the in the abOve stated c.iuse. I have i

of tbe V fl1O*Zdtg! Great Lake." readers the C-OKI of tr. county cumtmnsionrni at their Looks. defendant.? Day "iz: One CJ learns ::1. Promptly
Ti name Kansas is based on the same V V l lot :' fet east and we5 on!rhe north and*>nth 1
l hut meeting in canceling the election Good look am more than kin de emU. -10 '
'p, M that of Arkansas. T} RMBRADFORD feet north and i>tuth on east and west
which win to come off on the '.)"nl1tng Upon| healthy condition of sides bounded on th*west by lot of W.R Phil { 3 To Hire At AllTIMES
all the vital orR ns. If the Liver b* i.- A VALUABUC UST. lips. now owned by Wm. Sapp. and north by Attended to.
2 Ub, te gft the sentiment of tb: aetive. you have: Bilious 1..1 k, i Iowa is named from an Indian tri COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLwill S lots street formerly owned by J. II. Johns and

!people of the county. to raising a vour di'timcli be disordered you have :, lie' Kiowas; the Kiowas were .so C'.nl1 l lby owned by on Wm the T.tiast Dryden by lot tow formerly owned m Give us a Call; !

tine-mill tax for world's purposes, Dyspeptic I"K>k und if YOUr kidneyM litatt'wted tho Illinois Indians because they vure open by Wm. Walter. on the south by Call street
you have a Pitched Looks .e the town of Surke. Bradford Florida
k.t" settled the matter as to brad S.i urs good lienlili and you will h .veR "across the river." February 29th, 1892. I.l l looted the N WJf of SWV of county.Sec. 2H.Tp.8 S.,. iUtC1t and;

f 'rd county. Why the coinmioHi. nalalieratve The name of California is z\ maftiT of and R. :2 will E. contaIning offer the one kame.half for acre lIate to more the or highest less, 'f'tta .iaIt ctUblC r.Gi9 T

crm should have taken this step! i itoi and Tome; it HC
.'. hard to Kay, after the call -for AU i it tli m.iche"eit-* vital Hulk orpins.Mud! tfive Cures' 1g'BJ1 PIlupl... first appeared in a Spanish romance ofJO. : o houM sale in on wild the county and state wi bin legal hours ) Oppo.leIoItt'sarrIsxeShep, 8TARKE, FL"

U iion and tlf1dun.' coin 13 the heroine beiug au Amazooian: First Grad up lo Fourth E der First of ( .rz l
; was out the people weE l :; \V. H. Kitera'lpie blVd $1.08 I Monday March. A. D 1892.I XI
tamed "( fj" he name being the 'the c" ,
50c. day of said mantle and a
4 $r bottle. I
dIseeeiiIig the subject &" to voti'l p 4 tnI t. Crude to Intermediate l gal sale _._
Colorado is up Arithmetic, day Purchaser paring for title. Prop -- -_.__.._------ .
word. --
a Spanish ajrpli] to I -
f'r or against.A There rty pointed out by plaintiff's attorney.
was but one Toltaeeo Talk. that portion of tho Rocky inounUuia on G rammar, Geography etc., I.:0 P. S Cu.WII. FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILWAY; '
vote against canceling: the The lir t Feb. :. 1392. Sheriff Brsdlord county Fla.
: inovi. IU tolmcro planting toohtaiii 1 account of ita many colored pwikx.Nebraska Third :
{ will. bf thought of llraJford, the bt>t r.-nults is Iu select ll>t means shallow waters. Grade, common school oourre to Algebra V. FI.( ) RIDA TRUiN LINE. SHORT LINE. i L(,"

; .:' ,. the "Uaniirr" COUlltvhl'u all Latin, fts., Notice for Publication, To all points in South Middle and
Nevada is 2.50 Florida. New
Mobile Orleans
.1 rurk-t., bcvl buiiid to the soil aud for tlu- a Spanish word 6ignitying Direct I nd the beuIbw.
rfl.\ have rained their ion Land Office at Gainesville. Florida, I l to all points andSoJ tloes8t. Elegant new coaches.
; port of tLc1"rhl' class of lohncco for Hhich the soil i iIC bi-3 "snow covered mountains. Fourth Grade colJtyUto, A'gf bro, Geometry February 13 1K93 f Rout from Tanit'a to Cincinnati without change of sleeper t'
\ fair flUId? Cau Ilr4diori II 'd atitd. All Georgia had ita name bestowed when NOTICE la hereby given that th. foUowIn,- via Monticello and Thomasville. / ;'
c.sses; of tobacco are culiiruled languages. Sciences etc S.jO settler has flied lIME CARl) In efleet Jan 4 1892. V
notice of ,
; hiM Inter "i
) it
\ I uer lay claim to the title? was a colony in honor of George H. t .
niaiuly alike. hut require different. ion to make final proof in I'u 'port of his claim: -s I : otThtUtS 1 1\ I II I 4 1u I f4 'f l'lI I i. :.
4 +;' V The Spanish missionaries of J 524 cui lotthe STARKK, FLORIDA. *nd that said proof will be made before W T.1 !i lphlO:1LY .
,1 .".: V : prominent Ohio man, Hon. J.J methods of cure and The country now known aa TPJUM "Mii- f2 on Wek April.,clerk 7th.ot IftK.the) circuit viz, court Amos.Starke.W Fla.. 100 V 11 S 11 Lv Callahan Ar Ar 3t10p 1(4 P l'114 au.a JO 8to/CO* P p l''JOO&LJac'kllODY 3 aLv Baldwin le Ar L.t.2lp.Jilp'p 11ev

: J. ban class that offers Ihe greatest imJuctmt-tn! : ecapah," and the MixteoiA. Highland. P..y tU.ot 1Iiplll( &LY Jacksonville Ar 1:1.5p 8.1. 1314. 1145.1' lab ('it L" S ,
!lIt forrn making him tlf'j t people Kruta Florida. II d. No. 17336, for the 8# of 900 I 05 Lv ) 8p a.
r fumuitt by announcing that Cleve to produce i is wrappers lillt'tlilud cutter I his: last word the name of Tejcaa iaoecd sup- Wauted. S IIe W J4 namestha and XEH ofSWX Sec. 2S, Tp. 4 8., R 21 F. ihlip p lTpAr P I'tarke Baldw\ll Lv Lv1147a 105. 431a 6311 a U$ a 1133;sArSuwanurespgsLv aA-r Lise Oak 1.1" I CO p 1 Na:

: ,'. land i ill not a can-ndate for renewed U is not good policy h, pUnl Nrge crop"uulll ? to have been derived. A few eor-d La lies mid Gentlemen t.. routin-.ied evidence following upon.witnesses and cultivation to prove his of. 1233 l1 a P 2\lp.\r 2.3 p -r Hawthorne Cltra 'v JO 48., 323& 110 a 10 2-1AAr Madison Lv t. .ie.,. ;
LyIO 2 2 '
4.1&tal. 11M
ranvaKS for the 8iid land viz a a pAr MODttef'lIe Ly 3 .IS ,
it has been Oregon is a Spanish word. : CU8KELL MTEKARY : Berry Oriffls and W. J.Pivvatt. .p a
signifyingyules 331 pAr ,
Vulmtial honou. Mr. fully deuiotihtraleii whnt of SilyerSpnngs.J.y gma 820a 20 pAr Taralau.
V )pr Hiifhland. Florida Lv 106p IJo.212a
Lenly I CLUB: J. B. rt'hitehead
nay : lila unr.iutrcof $75 00 I ; ,o' tarke. 34-1 Ocala
? the [ of wild thyme. i per mooUi. I florida. nod W. M pAr 1.1' 1123& 14.a 845& 343pAr Quiney 1wl2Mp J.a
"Mr. ClevelaiKt' told inu some capabilities of Ihe KOI! and climme urea Addrf'' Reading of Lawtey.Florida.ALKX. 70.pAr JIomOltl18f1& Ly 00:1 IUIiOa : V
nigttitiruui 4iOpArRivrrJue ctlontv
12(I II00e
Dakota moans "leagued" "all it ] I Itri1aPA. LTKCH P
or Register. 4,0:
in *i a
the direction ShipAr Leellbur
of Lvh1Ofla1O1Oj
V tiling in &tir lat>t interview tobacco platiiin A I R. L. BRIGHT, ?eh. 19. i.P.V5t 54a 540pAr Tanrl' Ly'035a $ lOp 6a.plltOpAr ZooaAr l'.nlNlcola fol.lle L. if SVs 145p
i ill Ne* York a hort time liejuHUtvU acrenii; idiiig) wiiii u crop i ika no61y( V 2/54/ Franklin 750& 6JUpAr 'pk& Ly "- I& ,5.p "4aAr NrwOrleaas Ly 110a
.igo. splendid idea -fixPronounced Wyoming. u the Indian word for "Ui,g St.. Chi">{gu.; II I. Notice of Final Discharge. I II boa ItpAr Orlando L'f 910a 430p SbOaAr Mc.ntgonier L.AI' laop. 33s

me' he had corne I') the age f1:1: us. Six months after date I will apply to the I I 4 C 8 a 440 p Ly Wildwood Ly Iill a 1230 P JI 15 P AI' BirnunjhaD1 L. 3 40 p

V when la appreciated) J JeUure, and Hopeless. Yet Washington jjeta its name from our FOR SALE.; (: Jti-lge of Bradford county. State of Florida couny 625"512& 'i 615pAr 19 Ar DadeCitv Ly 111aJu2:0p 'JlaAr) Nashville L.7 15 a
Saved Plant
: P Pity Lv'i 59 a It 11 :121
for final P a Ar Louisville Iv J211
that !I.t' iad) i'io<)lcsf and legitimate Fi tint M letter written by M r". Ada. I I'I': ttrst president. Tin* most di'fir'abk1 property in tate of Frank Sumnieis as,admini'-trator dtce&sed. late of of the said e 5. 1-3a tI"OpAr Tampa Lv 5oo3810p ll 2aAr Cincinnati L'Y 7Mp a

I. tftr;; that ill the evmt (if his reelection llunl, of GiotKii. U., we quote; "svaUKeii : Montana means mountainous. Stark, Lot ojiponitu Moitt's county. Jt. W TCKXK, X 1 1:1:5pAr 'Gaint'sville WaJdo Lv1125 a .2.SsAr tit.l.oula L'Y '
with ) shop, February II. 1m. J.v JII lJ a 510 P .4-r Chlcllp I Y 4 J5 .
fit) iuiglit i not make the lecord M l iold-wliiuii well It*.t onniv Idaho is a name that has, never bet Main AdminlKtrator. 1t'O pAr 'MAr Key Lv *80" V 9 P I
l.tinvs. mjih ootlL in aDd street, 127 x210 feet.S. fl2Sm SUuA4kE(1Vrb7CU.thrV
I bat: he did during his adiniiuistra,- : Jac-oDt'ille"ud New Orleans. P
; lion and besides lie dreaded the but- b"lt\'" me up, huyiii I could but >. _ F. GARDINER, $100 Reward. _3. 1. 7.Schaily. ,__ 1142&M, J8 a Ly Lv BaldwIn I.v 'UG p
4. run, if a pir.-idential shut time. I ;avo my elf up to my f19 Starkr F! STATS or FLORIDA f rai.IlA AiD CU :BJWLA: JtlUTE.) 10J5aAr L. 106p
V } :1. Whltetlprinp Ly
campaign.} SV rtviour, deteriiiined if I IVliy Ho Didn't KU.. EXECTTTIVB Dr.PARTMrNT. t IIS1.
Quid not sU\ .T.iViO;
I I OB9aAr
Allowing' this Matement: to be cornet with my (Iriciiil oH tho earth, I would Detroit is a lovely city and everybody Who lire WEAK. NERVOUS. DKBILN- PROCLAMATION PY THE GOVERNOR. Toiiioa -.-i iiI I --6 120J.pAr Vddollra Jasper L'Y 1..554p SOJ
MEN Tosll whom it 1.1' Jackllonytllo P
V u by no mean proves that Mr.Cleveland uit set Iuynhsent ones above. Mv hiisbnn"II i ito I knows it. The love of it is bred in the trifled TATED.l away who their in folly vitroi or ignorance of hnv \'TIIEREAS.may:M. A.concern Knight:wan brutally mnr- 15 P J11. a Ar F..rna..lina I.v 215 2l p P 'R i :0 50a II 10 I 1'.5 pAr lfacoD LlO n 00 a

V : is tin Milling to he a can Willi sd"h.t'd for iei l IIr. King's Sew nil- bone and never gets out of the 1t 1. t Manhood causln tvrnbta Btdy.drains Min*tand r one Franklin Sims,at Lake HntI"t. 6 J P -\1' Brunswick Ly OP A 441'op a AI'AI' Chattannoa AtlantA Ly Ly T 1156 II a a
jovvry Cotisiimptiun, Coutcbs audi upon tho "ehI.! of life. hmdaclw. Bradford county Florida. December 23d. -w ----V
The other INo.
didate if. the democracy requires his t (I"II. I gave it a trial, took in all, eighi. Sunday a visiting clergyman dreadful dream, wraLnpRi of memory backache piir plex. 1801 the said Fra ,kiln Sims having made good V .I. 2,11 aDlIIO dftrI.YIS ,. V

V ervieen. Grover Cleveland in no hoitlHH oas cured mt', HII<| tlmi.k (k. addressed the Sunday school of :m np i upon the face and all the etrVrtH Ieadi f to early his eMc'pe. ] CRACKER.-DAity except Sunday.84a .
: I i urn town church. locajr consumption orinssr.ity end for Now.therefore I. Franotg l P. Ft 'mlnjGovern- I.y Jacksonville Ar bCt'p 1 Ly
After 'p
neck the a well ami hearty : a serious talk he BOOK l3ilvel'SI"rlnp A.r ht4p
sense office and personally woman. OF LIFE(sealed) free with or of the State t'f Florida hy the power and 2.'i"Ar Rllltiwin I.v 420:7
Trial particulars of
: home 13JpI.v
bottle & Onl.
free at W. }J. Kiveia said to the children authority yellr..lln IO.cJa .6rJ1lSp
: me by the
lie Drug cure. SO CURE XO PAY. constitution and Lawty AI' 844p
C democrat may really not wish it, but he ill I st ole. regular S'Zl. 50; nnl 1 1 tifl. 4Mad "All of you who desire to live in a DR. PARKER 840N. Cherry J.'anhville.TVn'1.I hiweot .ai ONE.l ,ta,HU'DRED"DOJ.LARS e, do ht'rehv otrr a reward of 104q.l02a AI"Ar ftark V Ar 53'r 511p 217p: Ly 1.1" Laf'or WildwQOd. .61'.61'10.114Ca
a and he will hill Wallo V AI' 312p
nerve better world than this. please rise I toyour for the arrest and delivery of th said 112ia Ar hawthorne 20pLv Owenlthoro AI'JOMa;
I Women who Ar
j harp
V if called to do Dos at NewueatiIlhe. SICK headaches bate k. Sim 11 et V 531p 1.1" I'tlfle City Ar 2121al
country upon HO by feet." aclies. uf'llrahri.nnl. murderer aforesaid, to tbe sheriff of :a Ar ( ltr" : AI' 2.p
42'ip I.v
profuse awl
) ,zc.I
the people of tUe A special from tWl ll.eiVIIlt uf Fell. I I pninfulmnhtiuations.. di.orderauth Brail foul COUt,. 122Tp AI" f:1''r pri'JO\'I Tv J 87" PlaD&C'U Ar ",
I di 5.'Op J'
country. All the children >plxreoienis In Tampa Ly I"
2' 'siiys: This I it excited rose except one small i I of rhe womb und xexual testimony whereof have hereunto set my
cniMiiuiiily imrntinss. > For
over in the Org.V5. n hand and have caused the jr-eot veil info:latlons.e local ag at. t Ticket office 83 W. Bay
a mad dog thai appeared boy corner. leucorrhoe should 8nd for WOMAN Uo nn.trp..t 5tll't. corner JJopD Depot foot
We hear Itt 1I'li home I Ir. IIr' BOOK OK LIFE [SEAL of the State of Florida to he affixed .h.:18"nv"l A. O.
about the MacDonell
no more sealed) free with o..P..t.T.A.CEOR
V manufacture M Edward Hodges ut-nr tiiii place !:11.1: The good man looked at him in painedsurprise. for home cure. l't I CUR NO PAY. parlll'IlU'8 Scientinc hereunto at Tallahassee the- capital, Treffle 1snaer.

of tin plate which the or- night. The dug whipped out all the crop :, qualiflcatioii3.unlirnit expt-rience cnrefu'' diapnosisaod this 9th day of February, A. D. 1R92)

gang of thu McKinley tariff had HOwuoh JK.T s dogs l&utllheD cume up u.d aitacko "My child." he said very gently and hp' est rf-prest-nt.tti"a are the sfcret.sof By the Governor attest: FRANCIS P. FLKMIXO.Gorer.-or. FLORlDt
oursucpfss.' Address. C. W.
to bay ahout K fe.v mouths IhoKc lielongmg to .Mr.I 1ttwe". Th.j hit kindly "why don't you rise with the 340 N. Cli-rry "lr..etl''h''iJle.PARKER Tenn.,M D., JOB L. CRAWFORD, Secretary of State. SOUTHERN &
ter's big dog. "Old) Bul).to'e lire : Feb. 26.1812.
ago. What lave become of the urn. others? ------- .
.. .
doa - -
/ good right l before he DKPORJIiTIKS --- ---- -----
factories m vetdecl i ii. -Detroit's good enough for that'swhy J.i Tit; ''muuii t.UL"RT. in .10
gtcat were they built only billing him. lie was I he most viciou! me CrOF8 eyes hare Up, curvature of the CIRCUIT State of Florida Bradford CouatIII i1iiVijJ,.- Train leaves Hampton forMacon' arid}'
uu paper and the large quantity of Ihiiig* that Lt" ever la-en son in thin s-.c:. sung out the youngster, and the club feet hip joint cli...e.and all deformities BDine of Choncerr.Emma. ,

: plate which wax promised ? V\r"e tiou. Sticks. t-lubKand! iuid did not innk, solemnity of the occasion was knockedto the hands arm. Ires and fe>'t. radically cured. Richard.TS.Complainant all points in the North and Northwest
him hint GniuenVille pie: .-Detroit Free Press. Dlftficii rraeit III.uperfto'"s .
iufor lime Sun. Martha Fel&'lre and Joseph T. Fewkes.her
rtome been huq-
waiting in hair wiDe mark.Moles. etc.. rainleisly .

vain fur borne information\ on tbe A Remarkable-V tel A large. healthy bulldog was sitting totally treatise and on perfectly the hbove.removed.C. W P.Send"Rl\EH.(or valuable M. D., Strong band and partner J. .doing Ttuby.bu S meet J.SternburgandE.under the firm j at 6.50 a. m. and 8.55 p. m. South

.u 1.jCL The ational Provuioner> Cur. of Rheumatism unaware of the dog catcher's wagon 340 1'. Cherry street, Nashville. Teun.PKIVATKLY1N nume and style of Truby, ternburg S Co..

a trade journal devoted to the great, ftnder AleiwrM.T.xnh.C*>ro write and iu Shftrman regarding, of a Alex. which come rattling down tin street at MN DEPARTMENT IT defendants.being made to appear by the affidavit oreompIAloant'IIRjitent. V bound, 8.55 p.-;m. and 6.1 a. m.

packing: industry, which uue large cure of Rb.*umati uithe verreinarkable ?'\e that moment. Suddenly the fatal lariat In ghe worth B.-ivInjr? If tube wax your-daughter filed in said cnune that two appended of the abore-narnt-d to the bill cars on night train l'
iiiantitiei of tin plate s llowii. "Th wie of Mr. William shot out. but the dog dodged it and made you would certainly say 1f'.t Due to an uiiuarded defendant", Martha Frwkes and Joseph T. \
";. giv suKtomei.i.UfsiuiLC Pruiit the postmaster here, bad been a boo line for the man who handled it. g moment under olemn promise of mara Fewke", are each over the age of twenty-one For information apply to agents of( the company or to the nndrraigne! -
information which we )*l-rlddetl with rheumatism for ill Then ensued bte. a lady finds I'ersell in a condition to dby ears and that they are non-residents of the state i'
syoi an exciting chaso. which both herself and A. C.
grace KNAPP
S ill be \ rK. She could family. unless metMng of Florida and that their residence is HIS Holly JAMES MENZIEP _.
ticlge A time in P-
) a long net nothing I
V getting to do hr was much enjoyed by the populace ia the done. l'urlnjOthe reriod p-stfttion and con- wood Avenue. City of Philapelphia. ,
,. into% the it-publican press. The Pro any pood. \Vem>ld hpra OO'l1eofChanl- finement we offer to this cUts of unfortunate r idelphla' and htatecf Prnn j-Ivani county. Traffic Manager' Macon, j'a. Gen. Agent .Palatka Fla.V
V \ )il:>in> Fain litlm and sh. w." vi it. vicinity.The girls an elegant home in which the stridentprivacv It is ordered that the above-named defendants 1
\isiouer Btateu that it has made ex pletelv cured by it* use. We refer dog catcher is never very p pnlar i in obxerved and und>-r the iioinediate Martha Fe" l tra and Joseph T. Fewke brand ;
.live investigation of the one to her to lids 6111"1; with iu c re or skillful phvgiciaus and It staff of trained they and each of them are hereby required to
people In
subject! verify stateiuent./ general. this instancehe "IurM.ti. Addre..sC. W. PARKEK. M. D.. Preu.. pleadanswernr demur
to the bill tiled :
M 1 in
$ of the ni.tnufacture of tin plate iu dealers.cent bottles. for sate by all medicine succet. ell in clambering into his The Good Samaritan Sanitarium. City offlces >on or before the 4th day of April J932 thicau or 'i. .
iu tni- min 840 N.Cherry stret Nashville.Tenn. the bill will be taken as ccnfe teed "
rV country and the result of its wagon 'I hit; coattails.A agamrt them. )
It ia further ordered that this order TbeVESTIBULb
inquirii-* enables it lo say; that there. Chl'.a.'. W'ffvram. skirmish then ensued which endedin ROKEN DOWN men. nod women suffer hereof bn published once a week for four copy consecutive .
in C'ntCAuo. March the temporary triumph of the dog B ; lrogn an form of weeks prior to said dat above men f. tiI I
not establishment ,
one which can 'I : 7 -The pUns of I th.- CHBONIC PISEASrX! ca.Kenre a valuable tiot.e-l in the Bradford Cnnntv TrwoRAPH: a .
turn out enough bright tin plate to I wijjwnm. to. *crotnmo<1ale 'he democratic who retired to repose on his laurels. The l learn work on their atfliotinn (eealiM) tree and weeklytii'w!parjer published in saiJ Brndford 1
Uow thoy canbr : _
cured at boms ,
dog catcher came back from i ignominious by writing cOlnt.y. Fl.>rida o,.l; .
V, isiipply till; cannery of moderate t\i ize i national convention, were finally adopted flight a few minutes later however v DR.\.PARKEIt Tena. B..tterwl'it".t Of'.. 340 X. Cherry stn t Nash Dour nn.l' ordered by me this 4tb day of February .'' \ lO Leaves' Ct Atifuitlr.e o'h4ily tt g:10 a. m.;J aC"3OnYlu'Il t. "'! f t

auu lib tuml conclusion is, that noV by the committee of arrangements to-day and human ingenuity soon triumphed, Please state your tiMlav.trouble delays and how aw ciangeroufl. long- A. D. 1 Clerk\V. T.Circuit WEEKS'ourt. v1Tr' q-\o ..p.arr's !, ; I

; tin plate. in* commercial quantities iuiTiiao and forwarded to the ('Imrnitlfor Lee over brute courage. The doq was lassoed afflicted. nvPATEN"T8 [SiT;] By N. D. W.1r ctGIIT. _ Chtltanoo-;, 4:-' a.m.; C mcmnatl. 5:50 p.rD. !

.H. yet iu this CUUlIlr)'. Thus approval With the boxes contemplated and taken to the pound with other un- I. \V. T \\'cet 8. clerk ot the circuit court fitr.awl I AdPartinerTzan&at -k NO EXT RA FAR23. j 1

i i tot n political opinion} ; it i is strictly and a little fortunate 1 for Bradford county do hereby certify that the UIs: nrh! ,
the 573rn,
crowding hall will Caveats nn l frade-Mnrics obtained and all Patent above and! tor*%oirlt is a true copy of the original I. Be sure your Tickets read by East Ten e,". V, and itt thoroughly accommodate! over Itf.WX( persons. The But here the innate sens of justice in business-onducul! MODKUATE FEES. onli-r now on my oNcf.Witne'H d ad tp2r\ f '11I

.: lr.i Uil til. fr..utrlt'' fin man steps in to even up thin'ernl OUR OFFICE. IS OPPOSITE U S PA I lENT I iu hand n.l!eal of office Uis! :th day ::I nrec.t.ant: *. and Queen and Crescent
UV.IHKis i 850! feet Office find e cnn secure patents in lest time of Februarj'. A. D. lr!! ."i r ,
and ll.u depth 2.*>0 feel. In admiring citizens had viewed the action and at Its 1 cost than those remote from WashInjrtoa -' \V. T. W"},F.K I I _
Bucklon's Arnica Salva. exterior cp of the dog, and when he was carted I [SEAL] Clerk Circuit Court ::;f. :1. JOLLY, bistrictPas'iengtr' Agent. Attor Block, JACKSONVILLE FLOKIDA.W. .- I
The bt-nt saJve in the peaianre. the wigw..m will IH Send model.drawing or photo, with descrip. ni' S. D WAI1IIUGHT. D.
world kit outs,1 I Minp'y n I big away they took up a subscription tion. We advise if pI t.mtahll'or 110t. free Feb..25.18G2. C I A WRENN, General Passenger Agent, KNOXVILLE TENN.
brii1ea. iture>. uh'ers, Halt box of lumber oIl .
raetim fever j j bright with a few holes! I in sent out to the pound ransomed the animal charpe Our fe not due till patent N secured. -
'note1, teiiur eJmppeJ h tn,' Little Book "
cull..j"lu" it. but the iutenor 4. "How to Obtain Patents. with
-.foriui, utiii nil SkIll emjtiioiis, iid I V V tivly curen piieg, r no pay ru..i-I; j| c'Hr.t' ltl he rtdrarablc.! It -xpected tb.t is a little comedy like this that town,sent free. Address.C. i Now is the time to subscribe .

18 Ku r4l.u\t'ed give Jo rfj"t .atirct ion the4 all will tie built arri ready to receive makes life seem worth living even to Opp. Patent Office.V. A.A8BI SNOW eiws& CO.I). C. This paper on'y one dollar a yar I

Of juoney refunded. Price 5 .'nta per its interior ]I f' the' most dissatisfied individual. Chieaso sent l to addrefis. >ul Kcri '
Jwnt. I'orne decontlioan by June 1. any v > ,V V".'f ;. V. by W. H. Riven.. Givitt. This piper only $1 a year. !It will pay you. V I ; only $1 a year.

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I/AND FLOWERS Bishop Whipple. Minnesota, who men engaged in pitting the property 'sl coins I the Hotel Hendry, Fort Myers, and locating the best deposits. The cp woud not want at t exchange bank and green "i? I
caught his first tarpon Friday, March company is reported to have shippeda any send to there ANCIENT SANTA fE WHICH HAS BEENIN
LATEST NEWS FROM OUR STATE EXCHANGES 3. | ore would not go or Washing
The,weight was pounds. carload of.gravel phosphate from THE ,
12 Hence what
CONDENSED. its mines to France,. and to have sentmany tn for such exchange. EXISTENCE SINCE 1538. 1 1I
Joe Haddock, of Duval county, ha samples Paris for analysis. Sh el but a fabulous accumulation of
decided t again make the race for the t The custom's specie could b expected
Items of Interest'from all Parts of Ilor- Lgisltur. Joe wants to redeem Couper, Miller & Co., the London Dnon thi, treasury? New hou would Ante-date St. Anjjiistlne by aey L

ida himslf, his friends think he ought phophat brker in a late circular ave to be built t keep it. am tired Yea.Th. QUHr People wAs i, '
Presented i Beadable Shape, t t do s.1r. say "There is not muh alteration f this banking money where there Fe Over Three a I
In Santa
Salt the Ready Header-Matters/of to report in the state of the fertilizer The ( no use made of it. It is best t "
George E. Wilson, wife of the I trade since our last issue. Cheap way, Ark.,) ave all the dollars active and out C..tnrJ. Afio The Old .Church '
I Little and Important Interest Jfou. w commission merchant of offers of Florida ph continue tobe ork There Is as much mischief in v
t sphat
J. H. Hlldreth has Jacksonville, died at her residence in circulated on and untilthis The there Is in idle Santa Fe.the city of the holy fat e '
I shipped boxes side trif money as people. Is the capital trade -
5 Springfield Friday afternoon, March 3, 8 t. Francis cntr. "
t of over-abundance ceases It Is WM. HICKSON. .
from his
oranges at Impssible and until the military, '
alter 'and illness.Mrs. .
long recently
home'gve a painful
Orange City, and fm } Ogden for a better'feeling to Republican (To b continued) ters of the Southwest. It is the oldest seat :
i Elizabeth Richards, one of the have reason to believe that many of time of the of civil and religious government on '.

The steamship, Sunshine oldest settlers of Gadsden county, died I thes offers are made with a view t Alliance 8U American soil. When Cabeza de,Baca t

j.frm Fernandin Saturday, sUe at Providence on Saturday, at the advance 'bearing' the market and the moved, an Plow and Hammer (Tifflen, 0.) the valley of the Bio Grand t
: cargo 1,900 tons of phosphate for age of 83. This is only one in- disposition is notceabiewih regard to millionaire 'Te I pnetratf found Santa Fe a flourishing

i., 'Hamburg and Stettin. the longevity of the Inhabit sellers in tle hand, percent be Is it possible in a free land for men Pueblo 15 vlag. The history of the first 1
ant of Gadsden. the actual production high-testing ment on its \ families to work time, see E was lost with mot t
;, ,;, Six }.lD have united with the Should John E. Hartridge consent rock in Florida has fallen off ver considerably people; wih children deprived hal proper edu- of the early records t the territory by the '
Episcopal church the result and there few raise four
a are all the archives in 1680, but
without destruction )f
live in rented property
of the to run for the "A ,
llev. McDuflie revival metng held by Ward Politician Lgislatur says mine in active operation. In the river dollars; n opportunity to acquire a home, be the earliest mention shows it then to have
at the
; of South Carolina several
and the center of commerce
of the necessities I oflife (never been the -npital
8. G. no man in Duval could defeat him. have and in bone would ve
Inghmh hisgroveou the drL'ge cee working, the luxuries) without giving authority and Influence. In 180 ,
t1; island ner Kisdmme: an orange tree And he should run. the Somme'(Frnce) and Liege (Belgium great parte ut a murmer of discontent, ? What came tho first venturesome American .

;.' which ha on i four different crops, A Palatka special says Maj. George ) centers the workings are being an old party leaders be thinking trader-the forerunner of the great line of
from ripe fruit t blosaoms. P. Fowler,an attorney of that city and conducted but slowly. The open winter Their leaders that they are not giving heed to merchants who have made the traffic over 1

t"Tmpa's phosphate shipments Unit States commissioner has been will probably have the effect of in- On each side discontent? Will they shut theiryes the Santa Fe world-wide in its celebrity.In .

t : ,. up to date 22,295 tons, while by Judge J. J. Finley from creasing orders for manufactured fertilizers l lance .was to the inevitable and cry, "peace the city of Santa Fe.previous to 1535.
Feniaudiua's shipments foot up 73,480 practicing law. A master was for spring delivery, and thus Well when there is no ?" A dwelt race dissimilar to any now existing. :
Fernaudina take testimony in an ap help manufacturers to get rid of their have knawed peace They were neither Aztec nor Indian nor 1
an excss t stndIng a Pinkerton detective
tns Th pint
gve which have been was yet were they the Mound '
51,11 tbrton. stk unpreeent years a militia are only a menace Buder lou
The I likely built by these people
stding 8
F. W. Marshall has charters calling Jacksonville business men, headed Canadian mineral phosphate available point. I. o arouse the demon of hate in. the conclusive evidence that theybult for

for 8,000( tons of phosphate during the by John G.Christopher,Damon Green- for season's shipment is much L The tt 1 reastsof the workingmen, who are one generation,but for Their
next two weks I is estimated that l20tJIJ0 and D. G.Ambler,propose to take thi than usual, and we be ( victims of injustice and unholy manners and customs were like those.
tons will 0 i m Feruau- $25,000! worth of preferred stock in the glad to receive as' shal not Nev.,) says: : reed. Let the leaders recollect that races who occupied tho mountainous regions -

dina during shipp rice anJ sugar enterprise inauguratedby L seem inclined ofer the initiative.: The i .. the devi1nds work for idle hands to of Northern and Western Mexic

Miss Vashti Bra Jy,of Bartow,threw Hmitn Disstou, Joining with L LS Florida 75 per cent rock has been sold L mor money o" to-day as he did tweityenturies Besembllng the Indian in physical appearance -
herself in'Peace river, in a tit of epilepsy Philadelphia capital at Sd.,and there are now offers in the free ago, that the millions of ,yet they lived and constructed houses
and w dowe on March 4th. ists. market at this price. Hiverebble is; crease the I men now roaming the land are a after the manner of the earliest Aztec cvlzton.

tShe was a Brady, one of R. H. Halsted, of the Stock Ex quoted at but the quantities tent, it would ferful menace to the peace and pros .
avalable of this land. Too much is being of the ancient
Barlow's leading who has been in Florida for for early delivery are I meet the priy southeastern part
attrne..s chang and talked about the Fe the Santa '
of Santa just across
: P.McQuald's deth the bond has returned, says a late all Florida raisers are making a joint ness. The !
bomb that can create de monuments of
vitat Fe river, stand two
I issue of the New York Sun and combination. South Carolina river for damie prhs
of Postmaster Jackson was; party an !
to this fair land. If these toric the oldest house
The postmaster had secured T. surprisedby his friends on 'Change. and land rokarequot'at9. Ground L full legal actturo.
vie. i would direct their talents in
Mr. Halsted had not been loner in the Somme sold consideration Amade Tei eut.e
as A new L at:
line stand
McMurray of
ondsman. bndfor remedies instead disasters Is unknown. They
I laud of oranges when the boxes equivalent lljd and lOJd c. I. day. 'endun
$75,000 recently price
Ind mal t must follow our present industrial to a rare of people
I extnct.D
sent to Washington. I of his New York friends I f. L.donl, for 75 per cent. and 7(percnt ing a service if monument wanton on
with letters of his remarkable : ; our present Cngre any lon neglect te
telling them
Peter Srmon(colored)was brought i quahte. paying could be brought face t part, but continued wars
to frol Apopko, Saturday, prowess subduing the turbulent tarpon MARRIED IN FLORIDA. ful legal conditions; if the president and av Spanish explorers and still'mr
charged with burning the school ,pursuing awesome alligator to cabinet instead of lolling in their bands of hostile
of that A detective has been hOWe at: his lair, and other stirring exploits.Th Thursday, in Pensacola, Mr. Johnson cause its chairs, and talking about place ave driving the lt Indan. from
ple 'jse tales his friends to investigate J. Hooten and Miss Carrie ple. The
'- work case ever since the fire. nti power, would turn their attention the village,the conquering Spaniards setup
and the result was the discovery On the ult. in Levey the old a government of their own and in 1550,
The evidence is almost entirely circumstantial 25th. county, partes o the study of the diseases of our body
but seems be strong. that the mighty hunter had not Mr. A. F. and Miss Sallie J. spit of Olitic aud recommend true remedies after the dose of the conquest built many
t seen any alligator except the small]I Rush. not houses are to-day standing in various
would ardent would tht
The South Florida Chautauqua offered for sale in the and cure, hope
b prominence the city. On the south side of
S gan at Mt.Dora on March 8th,And L one that the nearest he had got stret Married in Florida: In Alachua of the :\ every true patriot,whose frui the Plaza Juan do Otermin. the first

continue its session until the :lst. A was with a fork at'the hotel. When I county, on last 1'bufdaya week ago, amount in would bring prosperity and happiICt0 ish governor built his the Spn-

large number are expected to be Mr. Hal made his appearance in L M. Beach and Hate Rush. At I; deceive the al. ever erected in Am ricl plae. many generations -

present. An interesting programme 'Val street a message wax handed to DeLand, Tuesday, J.vil Hargrvesand amount in The and Factory (Defiance, the palace was occupied by the
has been arranged for each day. Rev Miss On the .)says
requesting his at Eberha's Luis the war in ] I Spanish governors and captaingeneralsuntil
Itussell T. Hall is the president of the 17 New street. presence He found thereabout 21st ult., in county Benj. F. are to When potatoes are scarce you pay. forced or drivEn! outby the IndiansIn
dollars for them when is '
ChutUlu. forty business acqulntnce all I Massey and Miss Mary J. Smith. nied for mOll 1680 after boshing for nine

With her 4,0 population, Florida looking intently at heviy necessities, you pay when more labor for it. Debts I days. Remaining in tbe hands of the In-

;", has 150 newspapers showing which I object on the wall back drap forgive the L money isplentyruins diana for many years,I w finally re
no other state in the Union can make. then a hand-organ struck up a dirge, A GREAT FLORIDA HOTEL be contnue ime debtor is whence he must pay it and ten by the :Mt-I6; : The palace w
rich make
Mississippi, with 2,0,0 souls has and the drapery was pulled ofl'.the object scarce. a oupio byj.f.o! Mexican governor
only seventy-five or one the wall plenty by law and indue the until taken bytheAmericanm -
newspapr revealing a huge The Putnam I II to invest in and then coai/maly
newspaper to stuffed tarpon, on which was the inscription at Numbered With property for' and 1843., TtMB"
ton, while Florida has oue t Ipua-every : "Caught by R. H. Halsted, the Best. it scarce by the sanieprocess and we have in the executive mansion of-'New
after a struggle of four hours them to }pay up, and thus "scoop Mexico perhaps(ho oldest palace in the
desprt First impressions are lasting, and L property, and all its world. As -totids and
improve ; to-day complete
The trial of WilliamHiggiubothan Weight Halsted i the Cleveland it
preliminary punds. guest who enjoys the superb service I perfect in I its'appointments.with proper
the murderer of William "squared" the crowd,
under the Putnam's roof never quires thousand
no care a glide
H. Braden, was held before and Wall street resumed its wontedrush. forgets its comforts and attractions. p years may
many working by. and in its grndeuf, outshining the
County Judge Friedman at Brouson, Nothing but the Ponce L EaO01 Oeean pt ruins of Balbec or of the
Saturday, and the prisoner was remanded "The United States is buying annual- de Leon can equal this hotel in pointof all, taxation, r The deepest measurement ever taken hi people will ' Aerc

-. to jail t await the action of ly away from home over $10,0,0 architecture, and no hotel in the lnd,'would Atlantic were made by the Challenger tiquities they possess founded centuries a-

the circui curt worth of sugar," says S. stt can surpass its cusine and home ter how it eighty miles north of the Virgin before the )Mrth of the grandest

Col. E. B. Edwards, president of the Tampa. "Florida.can supply ever appearance. holders. Let %, the dept at that being republic that over gtvrued a people. It
Rolling Stock company of Chicago, pound of it, at a handsome Chas. A. Boardmau and Win. Catt zo *,or pit ana was in this biiiiuiii. .r, one of the
fet S.8 lag
has returned from a round-trip on the both the producer and manufacturer are its managers both of sider how the half & apartments upciiiu: I in full view tie

Oklwah river with son, and re 1 shall now make a statement that wi 1 well known to the world as thoroughhotel ton falls upon The dept me. soundings ever taken In the plaza, that Gen.' Low Wahlacellaished .

a the most delightful and sound 4tf.nger than fiction, yet men. It was Mr. Boardmau shift fact,any place on the wonderful book that has done s much
unique journey that he has ever ', true, and I challenge Investigation who built the Florida Southern Hai- p1\'er it t adds ; to 1890 were made in 1885 in glob toward evangelizing the word spreading
although he has traveled mae The millions of acres of this rich road, therefore is no stranger : I lnityot tho Ladrome Islands, in north the gospel truth before and makilug

world and extensively in Europe. drained laud exposed to the rays of a Floridian. His daughter, Miss Board i everything! he l twelve iUwcx-s ali four minutes, the name of its author famous in ail

Ex-Governor Claliiu_ and wife, o f tropical sun create no malaria. I found man, is an excellent youug lady, and ing t the ; longitude 14J deffnvs and fcixtnen lands. "Iieii liar"was given tothaworidby ':
S Massachusetts are atOrmond and distinguished there no sickness of any kind, and :I a hostess of graceful and pleasant : how it where tho depth was found t b Gen.Wallace while governor of New
saw men who had for eight years been manner ,85()feet,4,475 fathomsor ahnut five Mexico, occupying tho satno building tat
from Call
representatives the
S work with Wm. support In June 1890, the United has served the executive
fornia and other Western States. New continually at crowds omen f Catto is in active charge, Stat.'s Survey a
York and Philadelphia are well year in and year out, and they and a more thorough hotel man wouldbe er proportion .cl Tuscarora, whilw tryinff to deter more than three centuries by the Spn
; There rpre have not had a single case of chills and hard to find. than it does the practicability of u cable route to Mexican and American. .
tnt from are many Guests wealthy fever or any serious sickness of any The class of, travel which visit Flor and he will p I from the western coast of the United I look down through the vista of yea

p al 1aine. the are oc kind. I: saw over 150 men at work at ida in winter for pleasure and recreation I L discovorwd a remarkable; ,clt'pres and from that far-of shore call before me
:: every rm hotel. St. Cloud without a sick man during are largely of wealthy of direct for L on tho west coat of tho country the have inhabited these

Mrs. Jeannette Kabinsou Murphy; the whole season. What if thousands and COmlsO. accustomed be largely 5's I t named, the basin being r known to the veys and mountain sides,and I see races

daughter of Pf. Norman Jtobinsou L, of hard-working people in the cold the best service in the hotel line, car-t eider further Reoffraphors of the exp lton as the and generations of people who, '

State ha comlKJ a soug Northwest that can barely rise Ing little what it may cost them pro will be still : Deep.: 113t sounding though born and lvod. have pse away
'. which is cle Picnic enough to live and keep from freezing, accommodations are the best was on Juno 12, when 3,47lthoms leaving on tho time single
S Ground." song has been set 1 could understand the opportunities be vide this fact, and having i it direct : wire were run out A days deed proving their existence,save fn theperpetuation
music and is fore the ctr value of land. found what: now considered tho' of a prehistoric race and
being sung nightly ;V them here! Sugar is not all. Land *) taste of the northern .
Field's mln8tel. The sentiment,:f can be had here at from $5 to $10 per Catto has fitted the Putnam out with: ing far r is : depth of 'the, Pacific, 4.6 their abode.manner of constructing pla of

; the song very pathetic and it wi acre, adjoining these sugar lands I, furniture, servants, chef,laundry, etc.I ally the value or 2.93 fet.-tarpr's Young On J '
\ doubte have a successful run. I.S which will yield fifty to sixty bushel without regard to cost. and of the ________ ____ acuntoft antiquity and of 1sltion n

besides being happy at com L- of rice to the acre." Mr. Catto brought, south with him: bear a very Photographing the Dead. Spanish-American a mot northern outpost
civilization Santa Fe
songs, Is an accomplished mu Lt G. T. Homer he famous chef. value of the I
plug omewha-t
npp ears t hat a morbid our attention It is of k
INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS.E. He also brought along a couple of, valuable land I I cus cams tday.
the Viennese ,
amoritr of one if in
fxlsts having
'k t Miss Ida Wallace,the ninetn-yer- W. Codington and F. M. Stain whit'waitr and they are artists I, that of the dead bodio, of children and other; per a foreign land. The history of old fels churches a '.:

old daughter of Dr. J. 'Valc o borough, of in conjunction every wish a guest may: is much more : p dear to tir'l: photographed And for of S Miguel and Guadaloupe were t
? &} Dade City was drowned t with New Brow} have leased! .: )have, aiduou polite and prompt.; improved purpose tho cor(>6o used to b taken by the Franciscan, Fater.who ".,
at 9 o'cloK She was boating wt] 640 of artC located Before beginning of each season taxation now I the photographer's studio. atten- aompaie the count -
4. Spnial'ds
Mr. Sm Earnest. They went to : acr',weIt of Bartow. Arrangements servants commence in the attics and merits and I of the sanitary authorities' having misionare. frt about 1550, 4
chang and both fell overboard L. will at once be made to develop the go over the entire hotel, dusting and value of land. drawn to the danger! of the sond or seventy-five years "
!lsem- ,
4; tried heroically to save her I. phosphate and erect a plant, have a wiping the walls. Every inch of the merits, would of infectious disease by later. In 1G80 the Indians rebelled against > <
but cuM not. The body was found daily capacity of lOO.tons. t house is cleaned to a nicety and put in vantage of I a domni tuna been issued by the Aus- tho Spaniards and drove them from the .
-.7 Saturday morning. The iutermeu order, and kept the same way throughout land, and I ; Minister of'tho Interior absolutely country.: They at once burned dow
took place Saturday afternoon ] A saw, lath and shingle mill anda the season. It is delightfully; the value of the photographing of bodies of chapels and other public buildings and

M appropriate services by llev. wit. tannery will soon 0 established atBrooksville. pleasant t be attndE- intelligent ber a much I who have died of any infectious residences; collected the church saints

Drew. ,There was a large concourse St servants, tine })rf'sion t, their land I : .- ) by professional photographers, the plaza and burned them; forbid the o

the funeral. Miss Wallace was a most The car shops of the F. C..& P. Railroad 1- anxious to ples and quick t s e larger owner iu private houses. Exception is made use of a word of the Spanish language and
amiabe young lady and much 0 will be removed'from Tallahasseeto want of a guest. effects ( cases 10 which such photographs may swore thei Intention to wash away the
T ? love. Fernandina.A can think of no language to de proper subject ; I l'Clulre for police or moilico-Icgal pur- the Catholic prost and al!-
iwS schooner, B. I. Hazzard sro the cuisine of the Putnam this far more L [ lowe those who had bn by
rD ,. ; Brewater, out thirty-five days, l'pt proposition has been made te establish ;- sn. We have never seen anything of their land, In the case of persons who have died of t put away mare ad te

,,::4. Georgetown, S. C., with naval stores frm a large cigar factory in Jack:- t equal it from Ashville to Tampa. It The disease, the corpses may b others. They utterly destroyed everything -

; for New York,was towed in to Jacksonville :- sonville. superb,magni ficent. Breakfast I about him t ) at tho private residence : pertaining t the Spiar. Twelve
require a good hour ,of your time farm of : deceased,sulkct to the approval and years later the and
Saturday, with her crew In stars r Manatee is to have electric retune
f ing The encoun L- and water works. lghtant Dinner}is a sumptuous affair-to take tracts of 500 : the rt'spnsihilty of tho medIcl offi- again ruc the Indians't submson.
cnditon.her HZ.r split and the courses a they are served, and al] tens of is to verify .deat.Britsh The were sent t the forsts te
5, tattered glez she sls wer helplessly on: The Titusville, Oak Hill and Canaveral of them will hardly give you any valuable land Medical Journal.Why churches were soon rbut On one

toward the drf. In the 'storm Steamboat and Transportation Cc). other than gastronomic pleasur from provements, I t of the beams of the of &

one of the crew fell the rigging has bL'1 incorporated, with a capital two to half past three. nothin gextravhant effects are He Fait Safe. Mlguelappaf an Inscription in ,
fl'J .
stock of In the way of than his -- whig is a translation:
J and of his ,00. price arechar on
.k- inJlre For_eigh. $ You leacuer-Xou must not come to school The Marquis de la Pernuallaerected this
ua1 uie vapuuu lal1f PHOSPHATE NOE. that wl have you pay may I ttIy more,TurmJ.. until your mother has building by the Royal
you 'ourmoney's used. In
P' living on rice. When'the secue r1:11'1! *small-pox. EnslgnDnAu
The worth. ne Floras Vergara. .
went to their aid, et of the Bermudas Pharr Phosphate company, located half-acre and Tommy: -Thficaiit't a bi of danger. She 10." The hs srt
only a of' rice remained.The near Bartow, have paid for the The ladies of the Putnam speak in proved or going to afternoon bing pe8t a,
quart one hundred and sixty acres of land highest terms of Mr. Catto, who is are more .Why, how gire i smal-pL '>t afternoons are in .I

f Savannah, Florida and Western on which they had sure an option. ever ready and willing t administerto If he looks ,She's my stop-mother.! She never gives Jlt mot of the sights of Interest "lampany .' '.'
railway brought in more people lastS The tract cost them $12,0. their comfort and pleasure. She is mineral land, aurthlg.-Texa Sittings. 'with Mr. Everhardt Before;:
Friday, says a Jacksonville An Anthony a lady of fine attainments and the rior natural carting on our afternoon tour of the Yll'. :. ,
.* than it has in two splalz correspondent give MAX 1ge and I ventured ..*
'S yer. On the following interesting items froJa Putnam would not b cmplet with- mense ; O'RllL It enVron out on &.
.he front .
of March of last year the number of that vicinity out her presence. bacy of the magnificent Psl- .
.._ .5 passengers w only 3 and upon no One of the many pleasant attracr improvemen1; He Should iiike to be .Amerl* a hotl overlooks many of the proma1
day of last year did i near 475. One .phophat plant, that of the tions about the Putnam, is the regUla cities, he will can Woman. buldng the territory and 1 the |c:

The rush hasn't bg.It comes about Plat ., near Anthony, has Saturday evening hops, which are 10 feet, worth Max O'RI. Wio Is among us once more far westr horn in full view the'X: :,
1_ the middle of when people completedsince holidays, and entered into with that cheerful spirit of on top. wears oye-glasses Bt r grand old
; .. flee from slush,bitlngwinds and generally is now at work. by guests and citizens, for which this ton a he goes has u sparst brown chin-beard. He wt theicp bathed in perpetual snO:\ ;

_ _, cussod weather. This season is It includes the first log washer that celebrated house is now famous. will find suave of manner, ,talks with a unlqu? feet above sea level,$ ,
_ going to rank high. up with the best ha been operated in the Anthony Sacred Cncer are given every Sun- valuable than ,and is a typical* has were tnge with the golden sunshine '

KSt that Florida haseverhad. One reason region, and the"result of the workingof day they stand, the fact that he lives in London and .ley of ages lighted and warmed this vsfcjjf

for the increase is in the superb and this machine shows that it is well A whole newspaper page could betaken where the his grandmother was an Irishwoman:. the sky many raCe The sun was blll;

cepene transportation faclte adapt to the washing of phosphate up in describing the Putnam, foot than his real name is Paul Blouot, am is a catch a peep at the lngerng a
I rds the and then the would not to put lecturer, who says many good of new.
rgiz grvel hal b tld. al : peace and prosperity that
i "
1r their competition The plant of the Stronathan Co. is I is for you go and see, t would t Wthout obvious effort. He alo I thousand years or until the shal isa5, ,
has been brisk. It will f
--- become brisker nearly ready t be put to work. Themachinery thoroughly con.lnco.Lng lutely the wih,in charming cndnralli l keeps Lion of this grand old republIc.Cnr., '
P, : every year and the result will b the ha been run at intervals nt manager has t pay.- wl.lcl lie religiously' enter* Louis Republic.Mark. .
better advertisement of the for several days in order test and with the most hotel He hcrs that I is worth hear '
t Is
.;. (Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock the perfect its movement plant Include in Florida. fond"says he criticising Mill men and Wat '
woods near the furniture factory in the Jefy'drer used in Distribution of about Ireland never wllta a Moving .
t East Gainesville Anthony because tin only! Mark Twain was once ;:.
? caught ,and Fred to write about the a Imp ;
1 faults of reporter in San
Cassey, a German in charge of the cisms of nation, and FrancIs. I
The Maryland will.have a more out! the Time for ThU IllnuTor that he has never Ing enough ;
C. money buy his dinner.
and his little
girl went to t
I fwr put extensive plant other in a oold In the what to find any In was
any process Is called a the standing
out. hea. Now that I disconslat one day on.tMrjt ,
S te Finding flames en- of erection in the Anthony region.It bead bath ia a wash basin He opines that In Franco th' corner of street with dgtr .
crouching on the factr Cassey left will have two lo washers and other with bln"water an - 4 his little girl at near the flour elfc... As an Instance m1er. RIm acquantc "qi-
pint duplct machiner and its trolley mutrd. Then hold the head, subtitut I of what be him j4ked Ur what was .
r- of the Florida he '
crossing railroad covered says: Go to a !. ab I
complete! than a the ho11 and itch am n ) r IL i'. the humorist "
i I. while he went to fight the flames system wi mor of iheeteam. t prevent estp lxe the arrival of couplp In '.<. I
.:" being introduced by other over the basin a a rency the France dining room Ingwith mo all my worldly goods."' *&- -,
the Soon \
near thereafter he you will "
factr. companie It will employ trolleys toy steam arises. the ( see them arrive to then -',".nod the box and displayed his tt- -
r te Brem his child and for the overburden well rculaton abreat toward the seat tire as ho 4
removing a "lldwb. it-an old ,
? her toward a to
see him furher very often cl
tune running for A tem arm-in-arm. Pipy
phosphate to thewasher. paper and
a conveying Ia C.e. upon plan England flr. a
*? clothing all aflame. you will see John :". 8. wel-wor
I fr
/ Bushing !
_ j to meet her he fought the flames with the overburden Mot of by our means miners of remove this"Hello Brown" you'r looking badly circulation way. followed by his Bul ICMloR nei
scrapers. the late l,1
his hands until the flesh was burned mornng. war eyes cast In America, behold
_I ;) nearly to the bones. About this time Another company has,been organ Just"Ther'been nothing strange for In that; "FT. plan for the dignified, nay majestic'entry of 3Irs. CmpUm.atal ,r

Caasy's wife, hearing the ran to ized to grind phosphate nearKendrlck Great uncnsou eight boors. 'a queen going toward her: a" :
nol I station Heavnsl man, what the was no other I ., and Jonathan Gs Snobbrly. a New York Fifth $
about miles
_____J the assistance of both would four from Anthony. alter?" w behind I If I bad to a
r .have been her a clothing I called the Pebble uad Soft "I was asleep."-Harper's coined gold borne again and I might chooso my attention pd social young, lady a good de!f:
c caught fire expt Ten Cassey had PhO1)hat Co., and its plant will have Weekly.I these medals aud birthplace I would shout at the snubbed him gatheg. but ,.,
1 another battle, but brave fellow capacity of sixty tons a I an V.eztf office. There of my voice.: 'Oh: I make 'me an Amer who had been unmerctuly At
.1.. !I' wInesaId:
tute for woman
r these
day. Anderson of Interlachen
came out victor, and the flames were Capt Pint 01
Bed Miss
tfc subdued, but at a terrible sacrifice. is president of this company, and the Terror aund Owb-y. 1 yet Pet', bank notes. that ray a bleve fO. Bnt,you W11 \, ._
?#* His child is burned other members are A.W..Agnew of j I notes and leddea "0,
and Second Cowboy no, '
-Oh. no; feller th I' :
alover wl got ; ,
,- k:.: undoubtedly die. Te 1& / Alexandria, Va., and. two capitalists ': drop on him lant falL j quality of .Well Ran dd you,ali on Hand's .swt smile Bnobry.judge rpJ .
I I note of
--v seriously burned it will be* long of New York. "Yer don't say. Must have bee* a.! no any I did." I way I'' '_._'Qs pr ::: .. ,

'- time before the father can work ain,!! The Phosphate Co.ofFrancewhlch blamed rood m t get away I I.1 sns legal did S .'
to -
t4' :'If the'child lives she take ._you com* out" -
.I eve. b succeeded the Peninsular Co. owns Pet YA W.
S ( ;.; maime and marred,and about 1,000 acres of land in the,vicinity no this'I He .a dun a.r" I debt The have tring to remember. It w "Bow' la It you have reaalasd A. '; .
., sary a 1 suden don't know whether Bachelor ,
likely t It an
bld. of Anthony,, and h a force of -ri b window or the elevator "Ob.Iwasborvs6."rttaraW your life Mr.TuptonT .. "
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