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East Florida courier
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 Material Information
Title: East Florida courier
Alternate Title: Semi-weekly East Florida courier
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Emma C. Hogan
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1888
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
General Note: "Democratic organ of Bradford County, Fla."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 52 (Mar. 31, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060856
oclc - 33896832
notis - AKP8949
lccn - sn 95047400
System ID: UF00086619:00002

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'Local and General. $10,000 in,favor of the -afend nts. .Anew formerly of-this place; has mannfact-! Important to Far ers. ,. .Jf 1STER''S' 'S'Lr f" ., ,> i

S and I trial will. be asked for. u red a violin' out of pieces of cigar A carload of salt juj-t :n-ct-ived7 atS UNDER: and by':Virbe- .ft.wnfinnr.irC' {.,; ,
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It makes mnsic at Truby S.lembergCo's.
than '. boxes. as good as per ,, I
Tinware cheaper;, ever ?t Conrt, at Chambers Pnirth .Ii\\t 4; ;./ ,
: What naughty eatheria Sternburg CoV. fiddle. & r 7 ...Circuit fFiridi.inai't( *or l.f ad fni <'!<>un rf, "\; SIn !.
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0 *.Nights. are getting. M.'M Hale the Tax: Collector has Several'persQ s" in 'FloridadeW : ", SS dius, wherein \\.tn. Tip: ': is rt nijiti! i:.; #;T ..
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i kJSeboql. k't.,' Iorgin'sBaazar.! ",S < lotterydrawing: but the ,hundredsrandMasonic good order. .Will be sold"-loii :1lun'J 5 ) the conrt Imnsu fl\llr, iu rfWrfe ,,,
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: 'Starke is getting 16bea i l elytownTHE v'V') i:, :ite th 1 t d',' ver.. : Mqrch..':''. .'';). ;; -h unc1ftb1ankare.lcf! .; asp roftni nil .septrJtely, ...:- _,..S..... .,1 oJJ! .?r Q-hi'lnri ,Mrn 1f \_ t. :) 4
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COURIER, 104 issues JorlOOtt : _f-. Jresli. 'LehiQtjfev "Bananas; ; andOonfectkuiery S ,_ ,: _a.n- :, ,* ** ,'.. -
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.. Treasurer., John W.Kelium, The desire for fame: betrays an ( .r-
'almost .ruu. '. t', S th r utirt'iwcst .quarter[ Ji>r. S tett'* 'h t1Y; : S
S.- ;, S', was in thecity! Monday and Tuesday. ambitious person ind cenci'5. that 18-:: ;yices and sympathy to us.in. onr beleavement three in Townslnn sixtV.: .; K nf Ih..Sfey; :.- ,

1 Btly"your( : groceries frcim, Jones.. &5S **' teen cast containnf! r :U4U U 'H'S.' c'dcIvin *.- !. ; !
"., "* --" '. The :youug' .ladies say; why don sun the reputation ; he ;is' ti1L.8traidlest ,we desiieto. .tender,{ the ami beiur{ in iJra r* :'.&.' '(! ." 1ihtu. ,. j1S: > ;
S 1Ieibergt'r. .*/. J-: SI' | i sincere rurch'ascrto! for tU!. : "\ '
; the young gentlemen get up a picn c. l any, of his, actions( 8h0UdIe. 1. gratitude. (Jr-our jK-arts.v pa3- w' l" :; :
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** to* litchcll'Si\t j' .** Pick*'.*'I pigs fee, .corn beef*% pickledrngpork'at thrown away: in private. r'V." '. L. NcvtiUAMV'IFE.* ,'. of: corn inure o;luss. anl :11"U-r'! J Ut(, J:' U,.,.... Y" ; 'i Iced

: fine C Julv.. ,* 'j i \5i r :: 'Starke; April .9, '88. c .tton, to" l>tVIrvl{ stt \\d; ,, .5 5 ,;.' ''> I
I ,' .. *, ,' Truby St .rnbtrg &, Co3!! A true :mail 'never f r-jts- ab.out his' "denco (i. the said; .5 I Kni tn4, ikci'tiJt'tfSlarke'Fla. S '": '". :" ?' \
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S I Mrs. Ham rick "has a nice little place cr the Children. They ;
are es.I L. .'Rhodes E MICc1mplt .
S 'eekat IcClen \ n. ,0 :<|j $ crral \ (\"" :.
j l!.:; .. w school ofl5 scholars. i by the gravitation: of his nature, penally liable to' sudden :: uanL.otoSl1icitnr. S :,.:;,:':' ,1,:": ,

r.I 'P. j. hers, of Worthington;: wag and swings there as easilv as a star. Colds, Coughs; Croup, Whooping 'Cough, 'he above is.an ex CitY.Colocil met this morning.A 1 etc We guaranteeAcker's English armII.F.YorkStarkerFli. For full l particAiar? call; o r' .thIeA'. i '
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in town Monday. S t p. 4 positive cure., It naves' : .
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; fine tock of bananas It i is .asserted that narrow minded of anxious Sold ... ...;' ",
j The cooper's is a jolly)life; ,ho.has. a' S : .appled, '- t : hours watching. / by' .' J.Jt4.

1 ttavig time. pine-apples, 'lemonp, & etc., at. Walter! person have, _not: thought\ bayond Rivets & Joiner. '! '!',5" S ,
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Wills S ;* the little"' sphere of their 'qwu visions. *- pIt 5'- i

-..' Hay, oats and bran at Jones S. & Hei 'IWe noust A < f ;
berger's. i call the attention of our poul- The snail sees nothing but his own is not your posterity but your THE MUSIC Uf r:'.' ;.' ....

S try dealers, to the advertisement. of A. shell anH ,thinks it j k 5 ttaL, grandest actions, that will l perpetuate' your v ..---.k-rt,". ':(;,",,,,*'IT ,;
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::4 Fishing poles at '. < Swell, Jacksonville. 3lace'in the univorge.. -. memory. FLORID, '. ,., .., .' \c .
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S "i We Coffer a larger stock of,_white This 'is the time' of year for the '"Nn.' \ Of the good things of this ,

Matting, very ,cheap -at Truby, goods and embroideries than ever.. "old'" settler to come* to.' the front" %.%a life are sorrowfully let I '

a Slernberg & ,Cd. S ; '; C -l il 1Y"; terIiburg & Go. alone .on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's A
with his snake story, 4)ufc a crond of Dyspepsia Tablets will cui> Dyspepsia, i D11 CAPBRL' :

Fin > 1oo1statinryjust'rccejved' Go to VonKirn's shoe store if you 'Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a .
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.. boys.hile playiug near Alligator) ",. '
'I at.. bI01 'H C Anew positive guarantee at 25 and"50 cents, by \ f' .
> I ga Bazaar.v \vant to: see nice boots and shoes.
creekJast e..t in the
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'r- For straw hats to Truby ". 'lot just received., S Rivers. & Joiner.ATTACHMENT. .. -5- :Jackson. ille.F1ai I ,., ... ... ,' ':,ftJ'Jo,.' :, .,.
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Sterziburg&Co's. ... Our young friend, Theodore' 6 feet long.' Unfortunately it was- NOTICE.: :,: ;' i
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A fine rtodk of Fairbanks i is night at" this ..,. ... : 'f4f .t'O.L .
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confectionery just } operator not captured. \ L1'i:. '
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0 ,4. i 'S : *. :*' TO A. J. !fJcJleYl :'"- 1-wll1.. ,selland. 'li-.n f at ,, yr '; vu; :>...'; .
April Delineator, for eale l at .Morgan's ::W 1 would be pleased f to, have theSake sevearl flays, but we are glad to state \ arehereby ,notified that a writpf at- ne.west station' FistCras.; '-' S : : Cv' '3r. -5'y. :.' / ;fOR '
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Bazaars "v *... : .. V:. ; acbnient lias *bern issued )against yiu, I. d : S S S \. i .".. I!
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? meji-of ; oiganizo that she is .
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S r *k vS''Of. P!? young improving. :Yourpfoparjv(: a'ttueheU to satisfy' :tbn devnuU .5
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tt Ladies:'-Look at: : sevesinto: 'a military f E.G.. Tnslutrk: arKun\niB U. $G'/.50. .N'II" 'y" "" ,
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A Co's: $2.00 shoes-v'frubYi company. Albert. Hodges; .".1t $ ;regign'ed hiA'.p inUss on slvaji :t)>}K>ar ltcfClre.J. It.vonnty Riczitd, \ \ '/.",(
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I"---: mast ( a military.coni-, m'.y. '
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on :- I I II IS feting for purppsi of organizingone !; '
: S :; leave for bin home ih W born soon-, ju 1Iicut5 will[ b* )Tflcet.I a;! 1flZt you, aDd .. :,
S ? "IIU\- P'llp'rJ.r' suil; w : 11i. cI.M. inied I
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Tn stock of furniture
ruense at Tru- )
Albert is sober and'steady '
young: this Hlhda\54)fFebraarv-. .H.! l34.L : ;. v
& Go's. Cot S. Powers, one of Lawtey's 5-i tht 'iu:54.cCK: ... ..
.' j| byrSternber: S : man, .and we hate to -fiee him lenvf; 5/ **. PlO"lhlt.: :,. ;' .j .0_' ,. ", So' ."'

> Corn oat t& by the j sOul and substantial. .citizens,' was a After absence of.sev1.eks in SS
hay, :; brpn carlo ,. an .?. S S S

d at. Truby, Sternburg fa Co'.. welcome caller at the COURIER office South Florida, Mit>8 Lansing is' ow ; 'i 'S S
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Egyptian laces and flouncing at; Monday: afternoon.' enlivening Comraereial- Hotel wuhher 3:r_ :LN/ ,- OSNS, I -' .
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Truby, Stern burg, ,,&"; Co's. A disastrous fire occurred ,at Tavares I)1vseIe. S \ S *' .p.j..

... 'New York capitalists are going to t.olJd whereby the buienes por; One hundred and twenty-five extra DEALER IN-' .. o R6.4 !M S ,f \J,

.4 5 6 tabligh a silk farm near. Jackson- don -of that prousperous, littlecity copies of t -'rl y's CcuRi Rwere, Bold. t ,*f 4 i ; I :" ., .
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vjlle. ",.. S. was entirely ,consumed, excepting' too Notice the local ad. of horse. and General Merchandise .., :.. -4

,; : The fiats that.. are perambulating brick blocks. .< 'Jft: buggy for. sale.r i .5 a ; ... :
t the streets' of.Stark\*'.are larg.* enough ,:Hon. G. W. Clyatt/ who will be t For le s.monev, than aur njher hou.str in 'li\.-':' ,
Parties in need of
a pholograpner United "BtHtts. I alra s UilU.r\oj' .1: "
I i to attend school. 5 '. one. ,,of our next representatives in the.. should patronize 'the here AT HIS OLD,4STAND instruments tf be as representW.! 'f tvilf itbf.; v :" 'J
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Legislature/ Wtl8 calling oh ,his t I A rjano or Organ; lo dnv hfU" it':ij-fj! n C'.* ;W.** ,;,', S
Old campaign 'j'yarn1': ,JoLare. being many Starke. It makes difference, how, mon, on trial l, and.if. tint 4 'f.ieiort ,. f rtt iif. "
polished andwill { be ready for; friends in Starke Monday' and Tues :! STARKE, Florida. j pay frcigkt botfi.' \ras, S2J c.ish: ;I ", OH'-. } .1 '. ,'
sooa( well look his will .
I J' ''V you glasses not month pn a Phwo..aL\d c .sh ami I Ion ),It' IlUU'1': S : "

IS.I "'llse. S ;. day. t. I break. 4 ". S an Or an tilt paid for-act muck tm>rir ,, '
: c'I than ordinary rent. On these Iih-3I.
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1; ilo who is'n t ''accustomed to'"te Truby .Steruberg & Co. have just i A few of the celebrated New<"- Home terms anr on* can owu aa iusirnuiciit tj i'' ,"

'i 1 j the ,best side of .a' felUjiy's haracter received a large stock 'of-Dry goodsnotions Machines formuti for FREU CATALOOL'li Sheet Musk: cl'ntainiuF full in* '.. ..;:;
: Sewing at a bargain -Tru- lJ. ,, Strintcs, Vii.Iirs: ,. ,.
: shows the Vorut. sideof' his etc., which they are selling( Banjos: Guitaw,, ccorenns,. and in faet.n. "
; own. by Sternberg & Co. i
;|j S dIOWAIXDETEOTIYE(ti ) every Musical fmtruraeutj i i.:$ made ami ,
cheap. =
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TheiNeivs-Herald very Couiplrttt/ t'.u-
] :, !; says that Major rS. ,that fretful pwvlsh, .He that fears not theruture., may logues. I have 20,000pieces of Choice Music
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S < &. .J' S S or InstrumeotalltUn at 5<> vent* arid '
I .. Windy S Colic, Teething Pains, or i from'.him who S 2f cents' any;piece of sheet music p bi.sfHpr! ', IS-
Expect nothing -
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j Stomach Disorders can.be relievedat promises .Agency.
55 i S at 25 to 50 per ceat belong! pu Llishct'H i price, "- ::1
| Mumble ,peg is getting to bea ,once by using Acker's Baby Soother. a great deal. fc- "S* S 'f: S 4 Book!? of3 pieces each sheet mua'c : sizItfont"t '

\ It contains uo Opium or Morphine,. fl .,,,., S ." .', S,nd, for Catalogue. ..- ;
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game among, young hence is safe. Price 25 cents. Sold bY' I can'tjudge, a man by own ,
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I S A Iber.t.odgel': 1 j is quite-S sick, but t; 14- The' News A table with, three legs,is'often as We are prepared to engage in all branches '. l' .. ,r :... :.,;";.:;':.:
Birmingham
springs of legitimate business, and can furnish reliable'and ,. .
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] nis.many fiiends : tope to see him up quit: a new thing whenit the ;steady as one with four. J ,experienced operatives! to work in., Spart 5 : '.:'< '. .:.
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of the country. ]I tters'entruslpd
oar 5. JACKSO TYILLE.IP i"
oon. :' politics the present-day need purification. The man, with the ..longest sword Rgencwby" officials > :: :
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-.!A.;neal; and atrftctive.>signjfor this The'News' oughtn't do that often gets the" '-worst of it, '1: crate prompt for attentson.This conditional rewards'ayency., but. does bj;: contraet not op"-;: }'* S \i 5'I" I'I : .; .S <.c,'.'" .;! 5

1,'}', ffice, ibcing'paintd: bysMr.. )Ic- When the pitblicisn't looking. We 'owe to all .men thfe sirae dutiesof anlj. Address-tbe,. communications, to '_ :: .:,f -Ideation ,this paper. } KOT 9,...ly..... -". ". j jC ,- S

Coy'S: 'L' Collector B* > action but not of speech. ': 5-.'S 5 5 15 '\ Blood Elixir Is the only
t : City Tax D. Wall, informs 5 %) f > Blood Remedy gnayai
Detective
Iowa Association.
: j S Mrs. S. Sweat :has purchased f the; ;u! that property owners are S -With ssthe Angels.. '*, S..,.. teed It Ia positive cure for Ulcers,Ernp- S

*r:- .stock of good 'nc I.j I.tly :' owned by T. very prompt' in paying their' city taxes. Lulu Mercy daughter of"Mr & -Mrs. / or "j CEEAR'RAPiDS* : ; Mica i tions whole or BjstenvAnd.Sypljilitic Poisoning.. banishes all It parities Rheum the ic

j I c W' '. :s.w at. .. S ,! S, S He :can be; found at his office, in 1 W. L. Newingham ws born at eF. MASON,WALDO.-Ft- ju. and Neuralgic p 1is. We guarantee it.

1 I 1.:JRev. John R. Sharped residence is Jones .& 'Heiberger's, from 9. a. m. to j ,Latrobe. Pa. December .31, 1885, Rivers' & Joiner. S S
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k "tearing completion. Jt; will be, when S 5 p. m.: c I and died at Starke, 'Florida April 8, % / -v "'. \ trifle I with Throat
S S .S Owen Owens, Jr. T8. S., F. Gardin'erand .a4cy\ \ any ;or .
S .S finished, quite a nice building. SS The iseason is fast approaching 4 I 1888, (1:45 A. BL af Membranous, _Mary E. Gardiner; ; Lung Disease,, If you have

':'1 .,,. Leap Year when 'the who shall hav killed She wali'".1"the sunshine "" of the Under and by,virtue of a decree rendered by a. Cough or Cold or thek children are
means something to man ; ,- croup. the Circuit Court of the Fo'urtb Judicial Circuit threatened with Croup or Whooping| Cough;
't1-: j those who :were barn QU the 29th ofI some fellow for having sked him if itwas household-the idol of her'parent8 and 3 o* the State of Florida, in and for Brad- use Acker's English Remedy and prevent

S 5 I February, S / : ,hot enough will be acquitted ron i the pet ,of her Grandmother ,andGrandfather. stated ford county cause, in on Chancery the 12th day sitting of January.in the: above A. D.S and further we' guarantee,trouble. it It is Price E positive 10 and cure tOe,"

Rvs. ilason : the grouudof self-defence., 1883, I will on the First Monday' pt April, *_
S 4 andJKeaing! of Wal LuhIlias filled her' short, A. D. i888,c the same being the' 2d day of said Rivers &Joiner

; do, : will pi each'at the 1 Jiethodist Waler.wasEohigh; in Alabama daring I but bright, mission: on earth and is month,within the legal hours of sale, in'front r- _________.___.____ _-&" I
J "- of the CourtHouse door, in the tcwn of Starke, ? S
.i] S church, In. Stare, next Sabbath ii the'past' week that the prohibitionists ] now with the(angels, only to wait., for in said county, sen ,to the highest and best rS '

morning and S S believe that the whiskeymen the fond parents' God bidder for cash,(or's tisfacUon of said decree' ': :
evening.: began\to ,. \vhen in his the following described. Itn'd, situated in said ;Renault r-House ;
cornered it. .... ,. shall call ,them' then > wil county All that I x .' t- ,<< ,*
Rochester has > a boywti ,like hacl. mercy tney ; part .1mg'and being east of : .* ,
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t .; Alvarez by: Simon; J. "i t i __ .
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,t. Fannie Powell. after two 'clasp little Lulu in their arms to part Temple, ari dated the f'
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and the ,
S reason is bat like Weeks visit,tOxProvidencehas returnedto no giveth', quarter ; ,
j' Georg, ,,1ie is: ; '' southeast quarter of Section seventeen, 5 S
; S dead. S Starke'much\to the delight of her Lord taketh away." \ S 5S Township six.sontb, Range twentr-two east, 5 4 -'..:: -
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: f"I ,,*" The"Hbel? suit 'against the Newsi' many'ir endci. S ," S Genius would( soon* starve',and pine of cent r Starke and-:Sanderson' road, oundinga.: :-Boatriding free togd' ciJai .
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SEMI-WEEKLY\1 r.. FOR FAK3T AND GARDEN. F : .posed'to -analyze. ''a;. few ounces. of :soil! i 1 T; ,W. SWEAT R., ;PUDDY f

1 his work yould'be of little value to tho !
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EAET FLORIDA COBRIBILi Corn' ,for BreedingCow.. *. practical farmer..-[New: York'' Sun. i" t

.. j Most authorities' say, and truly, that STARKE, FLA. ,. \
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b I .', =- grain, and especially, cornmeal, should )Yost Money :Fr. I1I."Dter'.nUDuriug'' .

. s Published Wednesday and S tnrda!. not be fed to cows with calf. It is 'too* A son of a neighbor- who is often

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fattening, and increases the danger 'spoken as the best farmer in town,
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.00 PER ANacu.
i r from milk fever or other diseases at says O. 'S: Bliss in the New York

4 : I I: farrowing time: But 'an old- farmer Tribune, began an experiment in winter i I II II I
MERCHANDISE. I '
STARKE FLA. GENERAL .
n. .' ,. tells us-- that he has always practised manuring several years ago. A piece I;
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;, :J'. giving a few par3 ol corn' daily id cows of land intended for corn was .'selected -,. > -v '. '' '.,,- '. 't I I ti

.:,,' : for a week, or two. before calving., His and one half ,manured in' winter, the **, Carries a fine line of'i' t ;;, -". .

f' '1.'According I to statistics recently given cows always' do well, drop their calves other just before ploughing time in ESTATE i

I there1we're 2,335 recorded murders" and ,:.without difficulty, and he Tegards this spring. The land and manure Were I r,

Homicides in the country during,1857. feed as one: of' the causes of their easy alike throughput and the culture the I URO CE RIlE o ,I

There,were 79 l legal executions :and.J12? parturition. The corn* is not enough in same in every particular. The result 6 .

c, lynchings.. amount, or continued" long enough to was- given me in detail about a .year*S. ago' ,I Kin sI Y. GlayGo FlorWa.o

.4 ". .j fatten, ;and probably its beneficial, effect and I do' not remember the ordcy of 'I .
: DRY GOODS ETC ETC.
The British government i has__,declined I is due to its!! influence in keeping the cropping, but it 'was 'stated by theyoungman 4 .:'" '

to contribute :5000 for an antarctic 'expedition bowels open. Corn is a laxative and confirmed by another who ,. ,' .. '" ,': .- \.. ,. .,'I'<.tr" '"
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*... as proposed by the Australian food/ especially if fed in the car,. and had'nssb'tcd.at. harvesting some of the ."'. .. 4 > Ji!, ,:;.' O,' 1, ', ,.'l"'L'I', ,.'I', t "."_;. ,.I

". \. government, which promised to. give a where- roots cannot be had it may in crop?, that every crop since the application "' I\ : : '

II' similar amount.t The ground for the refusal nch cases .be, substituted for them.Cultivator. .- of the manure had been better upon *XUE PLACE 'TO GET YOUR V .t .
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,. is that such an expedition would .j [ x ._ the portion on which the manure was J I

,. be too small,to be useful ,, i :t-J applied in winter.V' It wa, moreover, Trunks Valises and.Umbrellas
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.; ,,.. -.,-.." .-.-. ..' I\I ,. The Culture of. Artichoke s"!';.- stated that to, all' appearances the ; Offers for Sale Trade, at Low

W 4 ,Ikfac 1' i F enchy'wvomau: 1 Artichokes, are of two kinds' *' Figures and 1 on Easy Hay.
''' r..RjJ a. :_:; ; one is manure applied in the spring and iramediateJjTploughed j l| Have reached rocIbotton ,Jn prices.* ,
........1- ,. f'1 v+"ho- 1. v \ f- !tp co t lc'f' i l'..cathliy .] thc." cniTcrfsuccuienfiglobuJar'head. of : under was practically I j Highest cash > -" "
1.-. fowling.s. A Short time I a a o\sli ft rlant which has much'ot the good lost. This accord with my experience Country prpftucc. nov. 12' 87 < the of .

jumped into the waves entire JY dressed qualities of asparagus, and the other' is and observation', and I believe J, ertyin vicinity' Kingsley

and rescued the twelfth a six-year-old 1 the tuberous root of a species of. 'sunflower there are good and well-defined reasons tL D., MINER y Lake beautiful, sheetof
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,boy.f Sho has seven children' of her and is called Jerusalem or..Brazilian for. it. water, bordered by the

... /I owe, the youngest being still an infant;. } artichoke. The former is grown I never knew an ,experiment of the'
villages Lake View
.. Kingsley'and -
An '' from seed Planted in rich soil in hills kind to fail to, show first of all in the JEWELE'R 9STARKE

,; anti-ccHbacy such insurance com.pauy .- three by two feet apart and as it ,is perennial better and more friable condition .of the / ,' Ionia,'high, rolling
as they have in Denmark
ia' decided novelty. Young like asparagus, it ;yields a crop surface soil$ of the winter-manured section -/ FLORIDA. pine lands, with valuable

b., women can ,insure themselves for a' every year after'the first, when only a at ploughing time. This is duetto ;, 4 timber, suitable for Fruit
I x small quantity is produced. A 'pncket. the distribution of the elements
trifling sum,!and at the age of forty, if fertilizing and General
i of seed costs 10 cents. The other kindis of the manure by the action of Full line of Watches, Clocks, etc. Repairing Farming.
still unmarried *
they are entitled to a not really an artichoke, although it is the frost and'water and their retention promptly*and satisfactorily ... \ "
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annuity but. if they marry they* done 40 ACRES ,
t so called. It is planted and cultivatedas
forfeit all claims. as prepared plant food in the surface ',
,- arc., the tubers being cut soil.. --.Plrmerhmnn have often asserted ,
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"' -O H -.- 'J. W. HICKS a east side.
Dll1: cl 'Pratt the crank who styled into pieces, and the plants 'should be that they could feel the difference in the *

himself the four feet apart each way. It is exceed- of field 4:0 ACRES ,
'Grant American Traveler," two portions the as soon as the ,:'''.
is dead but his ingly productive: jOO bushels acre crossed the CITY BARBEROpposite \.t-
title might with pro- per plough dividing line. I believe within one and-a-half miles of west side.

priety, bo conferred upon Frank_ Vincent are a common yield; but as it roots that millions of' cords, are every Of -r."

j, Jr., author of "TheLand: of theWhite very deeply aU'the tubers cannot be year as effectually lost by ploughingdown Kentucky Hdtel.STARVE 40 ACRES :

I,",, Elepliant." Within the last gathered, *nd the plants once cultivated as if dumped into a running '"
within one mile of Lake, on Lawtey ''
a eleven years ho has traveled 205,000 wilt'oceupysthe'ground as troublesome stream., Of course. much depends upon 'FLA. avenue. ''
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Statistics. ".-of...-,--, -. sold at the seed stores for $1.50 the which the manure is ploughed, and the dressed.Wet or All Dry the Shampoo.Appliances Ladies of a first-hair 30 ACRES R.

the.life insurances show peck. There is no necessity for any loss may be all tho way from total to class barber shop.Razors within two'mil f north
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side
that there s oa Long
arc Kpw i 820,000 policies' in furth directions, as the culture. is as very little or none. I am convinced that repaired.J. ,
this country, representing mi :aggregate simple as that of )'!' Branch.
potatocs.New[ York much better results follow' the exposureof
'insurance, of $2J100,000,000. Duringthe M. HENDERSON
Times. .
the manure upon: the, surface for a- 10 AGUES* : k
past year more han $400,000,000 of new "
considerable, time than the immediate
insurance was written; and "more than UaL-ingGet.vcatttl :!)ot'll.. cleared k
', Geese burying of vir. There may be loss from good log-'house, inexhaiwtable
$70,000,000'distributed. are not .profitable unless one PH 0 TORAFiiE'R1Gallery
among policyholder surface application in dry, warm weatherbut muck bed of three acres. '
has
a suitable for .
in place them.
endowment keeping
depth, and., dividend ,
it 'is
-- paj. monts. 'I -At strip of low moist land affording verysmall' at other..timcs. 40 ACRES ,
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green'grass all\ bummer and 'adjacent toa i Opposite, Kentucky, f ,
'" said that the wave motor which- pond, or with a small brook running Hall. /
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< ..... I has been in [course of construction on through it, will just. suit, them. When, Wateigreen food awl meat fowls ) 1 and near Black Creek, in settled neigh-
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4 .'tl 4!thecoast iear: .{San. Fjanciscp/i1} a"uc- raised,' on the' bank' of.. river' eta,..., mallet, must hav tp ..pr'oaperUjcin<* the'win-; "Prepared to-ltalcc; jel-s-in -P 'n of. bojhood i:.,inc. high, hummock, 'wry-

cos' tluc 4 ve, timber, will nearly pay foe <# ",.

", by a ,huge fan or paddle hanging in need watching, else they may take a There i/one part of the farm that is t "f \\- :. clefaring. ,f

a'gorge so as to be swung back and .. ride and go so far as never to come'back. not benefited 'by' the drainage, ; the ma- Satisfaction Guaranteed -'f 40 ACRES .

forth by the waves. The motion is Many persons are quite fond of fat i cure heap. .

communicate.! to the plunger of a pump young geese, and when marketed in Politeness pays ia; the cow-stable. A COMER' L. PEEK, thre'e"miles from ling. / e J' on )lidilleburg' i

for raising water,into a reservoir., that condition they usually bring a good gentle man gets more milk. than a harsh ATTORNEY ,AT LAW AND*NOTARY, 'road. -. "

price, but tough, bid geese are hard to man. ct- i" 30 ACRES

Philadelphia claims to, make and cat: sell at any price. They may commonlybe Straw and corn-fodder are 'best STARKE. Bradford County, Fla. *

more candy iii-proportion to population 'picked twice a year, and the feathers M adjoining Smith's addition to town of /IKinggly
.',', than '. worked into manure by putting. theIr. Abstract of Title and Real Estate lawa *and overlooking lake fine
other .
.; any city in the country.There will about pay for their keeping. Ducks f- ,
through good .
are 87 nia uracturcr3'nn1 whole are more'profitable than geese, as they i- specialty. view, 'choice location, five-minutes' t
The best of trouble }
.. salers and 1,200 retailers, and they use mature earlier, lay more eggs; and sell lambing"lime preventive is daily exercise for the at BUCC & WILLS, w lk from store, church, post-office, f ,

more than $1. 000,000 of capital and better in market. They are the greatest &c. "
winter. \
ewes during
consume 100,000 tons of sugar every scavengers of the. feathered tribe, and ATTORNEYS ,- ATLAW 4 5 CHOICE LOTS :
year. Caramels are a great specialty of of all others have the best: faculty of Take the bridles'with you when you fin

the trade in the For their go to breakfast, and put diem near the the
city. other places making own living. Neither STARKE FLORIDA. growing town of Lake View.

much chocolate and walnut candy and "I geese nor ducks should be, allowed on stove while* you eat. ,

many gum drops are made. the grass plot around the house. Pekin, Separate the weaker animals; they w ALL AT BARGAINSOn

.. S. Rouen and Aylesbury ducks and Embden need extra ,feed, whereas with the j I,/ TATE POWELL, M. D.,
A friend, of the Count orC .Pais.who ,
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and Toulouse geese are large and stronger they get'scant feed. -T?'
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was recently In New York says that the fayorite varieties.--[New York World. Profit f in. farming comes f- from., the t PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Easy Payments, or will ,
Count had some time last year a conversation F. ..
maximum the of winter "
products
crops, .
with the Crown Prince upon the r Trade.DON'T .
nf.Soila.Some thought and summer work. ;faj
situation in Europe. The Crown Prince AnalyniI j Office at Rivers: & Joiner's Drug

in this conversation avowedly, 'Expressed twenty-five or thirty years agoa ''Harness, hung in the stable is dam- Store.Residence :It. FORGET TO INVESTI-

few of the more prominent contrib aged as much by tho and *
his .hopes for peace, saying: "I have gases damp GATE.ALACIIUANURERYI.
utors to the agricultural'p East Starke.
e&s were ,
i participated three great wars in xmy ness there.as it is worn by 1130. -
urging the, great importance of an analysis Diseases of Women and Children a
life-the Danish, the Austrian and the When green wood is used for fuel i '
of the soil of farm in order $' *
war with Franco: All three have, been every part'of the', heat i3 absorbed to convert :' Specialty.
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.. that the .owner might determine for
I fortunate for my country, but brought the water in the fuel into vapor. CALLSPR9MPTLY ATTENDED.O. I
whatkind of-crops it was best adapted, {
I away, in spite of that, an'invinciblo repugnance If you do not wish cloddy and lifeless
if it much _
also contained too of any L. KEEN f
; for'war. I have a veritable ground in the spring keep the cattle off ,. PEA-CHTREES.
one substance or too little of another to
) horror of a battle-field. the fields when the soil.is.soft., '
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1 I j .It ',author insure the of 'Elements greatest of fertility.agriculture: The," Drive your horses a little to one'side Millinery, Fancy Dress :Gopds'and .
Congregationalist remarks that"tno .
L The Peen-to luc each
: .. peach, $12'per 100.'I. '
when with *load the sle L .
J 'The'.fnrmer you stop a on < '
1854. declared 'cannot -
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1 < striking, ,!, faUlng-oftsinca'the ;carly. ; '-"Vn' ,; '... Honey ditto ditto
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1 r days" when Harvard used to;send 55'' per" ,bo'too, strongly Advised to- procure an 'This makes, ',.it".easier Fstart" < -' the load.. Notions? Bidwell 53c. each, $20 per 100. <_

J' cent., of her sons into the ministry, analysis of his soil," and. for obvious 'A fire burns'.better in a hot than.in'a' *: / Mammoth" 25c. each, $tG .

**' The 'obviousreasons"how cold furnace .it.is true that LACES ,:KID GLOVES, King .e" I
,1 Yale 74, and,Amherst 64,.Is seen at a reasons. ; ; equally an Other peach trees 12c. each, $10 : I

.) glance, as wqll as Iho fact that there ever, .consisted. mainly in paying a certain animal well[ wintered is half summered. .

,. has been,.in most cases, -a.' steady\' ,decline clique.of;self-assumed. chemists $5 If you place the ax near/ < the stove for PARASOLS, SILK UMBRELLAS' T

with, flight! interruptions/ 11*until to $10 for 'a' half-way' analysis of fifteen minutes it< will cut better and All Kinds or'aterial*!I' :I GRAPE VINES; 1 1(0)
I Zephyrs and
now Amherst;graduates, as a. rule, less \a few' ounces* ..'i of'" s iL.* Hundreds not be so ,apt to break along the \! .
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than 20.ia 100 who becom'minist f ", ; ,of farmers believed there was edge. t for Fancy. Work. I i -" .

I,"t and Williams" hardly a dozen in the :something in and thevf 'new their'' theoretical hard- a The flavor of .the- fuel.-, used- for smoking 'No. 5? West ;Bay St., Cor. Lanes, J r A. Full .ssortment.. I
agriculture paid
same number "- *. '
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meat is somewhat imparted to the 1
< F Hamburg 2oc. each,. ..$20 100Spanish ..
earned cash only to :find out that the \ per '
V meat ;hence the fuel should be selected JACKSoNVILLE, PLA, *
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formal ; Sclpto. ... u .
"Portugal's notification to the 'If :
'analysis of a few ounces of soil taken' .
i> carefully. dec ip-ly Japan Elsta... .. .$1 each '
State Department at Washington, that from one place oji ''their farm was of ;; .
Straw alone is a, fead, but mixed These three are the bes varieties for
she her poor: ,
renounces over -r
protectorate in
: really practical use determining / .
with cotton" linseed cake wheat bran gTAEKE ROUSEMRS. Florida. l',
is to be Qr' .
Dahomey. regretted on humanitarian the fertility or barrenness of that 1 ic1liad'
and,bats and clover'hay, it makes ei- f Other varieties lOc. to $1 each.
j grounds. She undertook the not been analyzed., If the soil ,o f J'
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praiseworthy task putting an end to ,the entire.,farm to the depth ,of one or ,cellent. food, '/ F. B. JONES, Japan persimmons.. .r. .. ,Oc. each .
the local institution of human + A good fence,cannot be made of rails Kato, a new Japan persimmpn; SI cach.
sacrifices, two feet could .be thoroughly inter 40c. .each J
Kelsey plums, $25 100.
Proprietress per
a.nd'has found the .undertaking beyond -minaanalyzed and then ,a ton or more of this that are of different lengths; :Mark, LeConte pear, lOc. to COc., according ,to 1

'her power. The trouble, probably is wo might m'ako..8o very closeguess | two'feet on .your as ax-handleand measure. STA.RKE' Fig. size. f

that the 'practice finds its ,stronghold, as to the :amount of valuable con-' each rail cut.Sorting t Centrally'4 Located. Meals a t, ADDRESS, : ; ,

: not only in thoferocity and disregard: _of. stituents an acre, contained. ,% or was .units,,and. vegetables accomV=: .. "

:, life, but' in, a Barbarous I ,' religious belief" needed to make. .the soil fertile,. o r ,plishes .,two. 'things' ;, itv protects the: ,. AI1l1- url. .. i. P.--Z. SUPtBB

':which.inakes these-multitudinous murders adapted to the.growth of certain kindsof sound, and it rids; the collar of 'the ..TD1IS REASONABLE. t-- ,. A4b.E
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meritorious." "-[Times. .. 'plants., But"as the chemist only pro sources of unwholesome exhalations. f' Florida .
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I "' 0 .:} HUNTING"CARIBOU. The Cowboy, r Aiiohgr Circus} "Anlmalsi.Hedges : .- I WILL BREAKERS. An array of high-priced legal talent
S : has begun a contest theWidowStewart's
small man with, long over _
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From Theodore Roosevelt's article in -"" a a.gentle J ,
i iA > I vI.Jec1Iu: ] looks'as ]f. he could estate, which ex-Judge Hilton

i' .7 the Century we quote the fpllpwing: ,pcjvfey}! control a cat,' l butj who rules I, FIERCE JjEGAIi STRUGGLES FOR has rightfully or wrongfully appropri _

'a ; Species of Deer That Haunts "Singly orin.twos and thr.ees: they gal i };Konsliud: tiger; and other fi rcnirnals DEAD MEN'S, 'VEALTH, nt d. :Mrs. Stewart's niece is not satisfied -

the lop their wiry litHo horses down the i ith an indomitable :J"a'ialking I with her $50,000bnt wants the will _
f I )- ? American Snow-Belt; lithe about : the of *larnui's; cir-. set aside as having been fraudulently obtained
i : street, their supple figures eredt or t among cages i Lawyers Who'Feed 'Bi
Eat. on one of the brother of
cLi". apparently forming; tjie acquaintanceof ; nephews, a
:,'" M' swaying slightly-us-they.sit loosely? in Estates. in Lit ""ation-Divert. the suit
the?lltitish lions and tigers., I. present contestant, entered for
Its Hoofs
Are Provided With
r"' Li; ? the saddle; wlulevtheirstirrups. ; are so ; S "One of the main: difficulties in collecting : ins: Millions From the Par- the same purpose, though on different

I' j, ; Natural. .Snow Shoes. t long that their keces are, hardly bent, j. a new lot of :u 1mal...," paid he as Doses Its Owners Intended. grounds! six months ago. It would not
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' J' the bridl not taut enough to,keep the j he gently prodded( a conchant; tiger totes surprise many people if. the two Stewart '
:t i t"its his in them wills were still in litigation after Judge .
- t" 1 The caribou 4s found from Maine, chains from clanking They are smaller j dhJ1o ition. getting I A New York correspondent, writing Hilton's death for he is 'in J';'
t used to each other i There U t1rngerthnLstrangc to'the Surrogate getting on
I : > ::, northward through the British possessions ..and less muscular' than the wielders |; beasts will fight when put I .Pittsburgh Rollins had JDiiymtcJ, :u34 wills, says contested: years now. Meanwhile the big white

": to the edge. of the forest region. axe and,pik; but they are as hardy and i ii j together in -a c3g A tiger is much i! before him in his three years' term. lIe marble mansion at Fifth avenue and

;; t .; and from Newfoundland' to tho ',P icif c. i self-reliant as' any men who ever t :woise than lion Turn 'one of these II IIio ,admitted butfifty of them. It would< ,Thirty-fourth street is closely curtainedand
lid j e impossible to estimate the amount of
.
On the, open 'p ound extending from breathed-with bronzed, set faces and 1.I I 1. but the old butler. It is literally house
1 from he
unless was hungry j
.f. I away you money involved in these contests but
the wooded country to tho Arctic ocean keen, that look all the worlo, 1 of death-a marble How .
I 'r eyes Let; a tiger! out and he would attack: you I $500,000,000 would'not estimate grave. every
over ,
r' ., l '- it is replaced by the barren-ground variety straight in the face "without flinching ,t from pure deviltry if for nothing else. ; for they include the'estate of Samuel J. ,dream of A. T. Stewart's later days has

: .. i smaller, but carrying longer as they flash out from under the broad-: The most treacherous of all. however, is f Tilden; the $10vOOO,000-of James J Jokes, been dissipated. His marble mansion is
nothing but tomb the work-
a
: ; .1 horns. The,woodland caribou is, plentiful -' brimmed hats. Peril and hardship, t 'a black leopard. The'rhinoceros that j..the' $11,000,000 of Jesse Hoyt the $>,- ing women's home gloomy that "he planned, ands
.. went through the fire had: not the most iOOGOOOof, Louis the $;;,000.-
: New Brunswick and and of Ilamcwly, t afloat thousands for has been turned
weeks
; throughout years lonjftoil: broken by gentle disposition, in the world But
I 009 of Sarah Burr and the $a,000,000 of
: I \ Quebec, especially in the district of brutal ; dissipation, draw haggard when it came out of the fames. terribly Paran Sfevcn, besides the gi'eat"fortunes into a fashionable hotelin which"a single S

of Gaspe, and they bid fair to lines across their eager faces t burned and we attempted to do something of A. T. Stewart and his widow. meal costs as much as he meant to chargefor
a full week's board. His scheme for _
for it, it seemed to realize the
the last mo'ose shalt but dim ,Twenty-five men arc paid by'the, city to
:T exist loag'after never. their reckless I situation and was very kind. A mr.n' look after the distribution of .a.grandjpathednxl scat'and educational
'. have been killed, 'as, ualike that animal eyes nor break their bearing of defiant who claimed to have ,,3. sovereign remedy I dead men's estates.proper to their centre at Garden City is all but a flat
according
.JJ rendered an" self-confidence. do walk for burns all the from Spring- failure, and the dry goods: house that
not came
4 ,!t they are not easy hey .well way wishes but Surrogate Hollins aid there

.. I, ;',', prey by a deep fall of snow. Owing t < partly because they so rarely do any ,field ceros and with insisted the on covering the,It rhino solar. ought to be 100 employed in, the :work, merely he made reminiscence.(kriown>the world. Even over his is bones now, _

>. of their feet work out th* preparation. growing greater everyday.
{ formation
the saddle
because
peculiar : \ partly of
; the bruterthat the next drudge.T4.e
helped ,morningafteithOapplicafltnit .
.rl
; S : Scarcely half n tlox n weaHhylmeB, ewocicn *- weuM.Wfetit1C ...
.., ,i n'.',1 ,',.1 they can travel on a crust that wouldnot their chaperajos or leather.. overalls, i was able to open either, for that matter, have: .did \ ;. T. -

i. :' support a medium-sized dog* Their hamper them when on the ground: ; but its.eyes, but'its thick: hide began to scale hero in the past ten years without 'leaving There is ret in the grave for the
,, but not for the wcaltKy.
"
anda otwo later it died. The weary,
< 6t their off day >a legacy: endless litigation
r i hoofs have the power expanding appearance.h striking for all that, : among
;; hippopotamus, tried in vain to -
preserve their heirs. The la1c' William H. Vanderbilt
,} ; : laterally, forming; snow-shoes, and picturesque too, with their jingling! -
3 .. perfect himself from the fire by plunging into I tind Miss Catherine Wolfe are the A Frightful Position.Dr. .
._; ;t and allowing the animal to sink but a spurs, the .big revolvers stuck in their I the water o* its tank, but the intense only exceptious I recall at sent. Even Robinson, late of the Guion steamship _

I ::: <'i short distance even in soft snow. In belts, and bright silk! handkerchiefs I smoke smothered him." Miss Wolfe, though, had to make the Arizona, who 'has returned from ,

4 "' ;? : Newfoundland these deer exist in large\ knotted loosely round their necks over A )'oungd:1rk.fcatured' man named terms of her will in such explicit and Liverpool to settle in New York reportsa
;-: !; Bulkier, about as small and mild mannered iron-clad terms that it that she
accident which occurred
the south in thor flannel was plain most singular
1; herds, migrating to coast opencollars of the shirts. .
devotes of
Mr.
as Hedges, a :
part feared humiliation of a contest before on the great steamer on her last outward
:Vi14\ the fall, and 'returning northtin.sp spring. When drunk on the. villainous whiskey each lay to rehearsing the wild animals.: the Surrogate. In fact, it has grownto trip. S ,

: '''"J; :It; was the custom of the ancient red of the frontier towns, they cut mad antics lie goes in the cages with lions and be the prerogative of !,in hip to grab Among they passengers was ari. unateur _

: r::i : Indians or Bocothies of that island to. riding their horses into the saloons, tigers whose acquaintance: he has not for other'people's money and the flimsiest ventriloquist,whose antics served to help

; 't'' of which formed, and cultivates it by banging pretext serves the purpose, e.enif it only pass the time very pleasantly for 'those
remain
build stockades the firing left
, : 1 ,. f i their pistols right and from them around the cage. Men with iron results in bagging a few thousands: for who were not afflicted with tho horrors :'

. IF e ] :. still exist, across those portions of the boisterous, lightheartedness rather'than bars stand .outside to help him in case hush money and counsel fee<. of a first day's sea-sickness. The steamer

J1 :. .. '- ,: country crossed: ; by the traveling 'deer, from.any vicious'ness, and indulging too the animals: attempt any undue familiar What a revelation there would be for had hardly'passed Sandy Hook when the
, '" ," .' well often in ity. lie,takes ;i club and his life in his the lich of the land if could heard'tcrrible shrieks
. : : "' leaving"only I a few openings ? deadly shooting affrays, brought men they engineers comingengineroom
i' hands and enters bear where
-a pen, back to".earth and listen the
to
come
kill either the'accidental fight from the direction of the
it guarded. Thus they were able to on by contact of
there is he has inspired
' 1' a big grizzly, apd over the results of their toil Here's A. pit. A thorough-.search finally convinced
;" : ; sufficient for the winter consumption ofr the moment or on account, or's011e the deepest respect on thu part of
'' T. Stewart, the greatest dry good .merchant them that they were the victims o( theventriloquist's _
the tribe with but little exertion.' longstanding'grudge or perhaps those animals toward him. He even this
;y city ever saw, pictured as jokes and they stopped
<:4 4 : ; '), The female gives birth to one calf in because of bad blood between two I ,holds communionwith a cage full of I I mentally incapable of disposing of the search. .
\ Russian grey wolves, and he is strongly .. millions he bad his widow' is out while
o"r I gathered; On the second lay the second *
the of localities but while
month When
May. traveling ranches
: ; except inclined to go in aud tackle! a quartet of I in her grave less than a year before two engineer was inspecting the machin-
' 0 Caribou usually walk in file and on such spree's they are quiet rather hyenas.Mr. heirs
:J." many dozen are pounding on the doors of err, he noticed what seemed to be a sack

.. ;.I'. I I of the lakes'in countries they frequent self-contained Inca, perfectly frank{ and Buckley gets several dollars a the law courts to upset her bequests; ; lying directlv, under the eccentrics in the
< month for the of Daniel in
I :! have a deep and, well-worn path arortnd simple, and on their own ground treat a playing part Jesse Hoyt's $11,000.000 have opened pit of the engine room. The great ec-..
luAlcsSrves
the lions' den. and it. Like .
: the doors of his closet and the' .
family Gentries were whirling over the obje'ctat
: j : their margins 'caused by the footsteps stranger with the most whole-souled
!)Mr.t.Newman the trainer he
.
I (clenhant skeleton stalks out in :;: the glare of tlie rate of sixty"revolutions minute.On .
f ," of the herds As the all in their for holds the first }law of his business to per
: :,, : during long' ages. hospitality, doing power as publicity; Sarah Burr died four years closer examination the sack proved
; bulls their horns early it is him and to take reward in the theory that you must continually but her O0OO00 made the
bite $
ii ;: t: .. drop S scorning any ago, were to be a man lying,on his back. The engines -
,:: I : ", usual to hunt them on the first snow, return. Althongh prompt to resent an make an animal understand: that, you are object of bitter litigation, and her iec- 'were stopped, the Arizona came to
i boss. This rule holds 'too in the
good, ,
centricitics before the world.
,::. should the barrens then be sufficiently injury, they are not. at all apt to bQ' training of horses.-jfozc York Sun. Samuel .T. Tilden paraded, keen lawyer as he ,a standstill and with the aid of a- rope
1 the man was dragged from his perilous
i '. .'frozen, as the caribou will not venture ,I rude to. outsiders, treating them with was, made a'will that his nephews are position. :

" f on them if the shell ice'"allows their 'feet I what can. almost be called a grave Education Among", the .Clii nese. determined to break, and his great He was still alive, but his left arm was

, to break" through, remaining in the courtesy. 'They arc much better follows As'a people the Chinese males are bet- scheme for a free. nb1ic' library here. is crushed to a jelly by the terrible blows
ter educated than any other race of people thus and baraed.
i postponed, perhaps from the eccentrics. He had crawled
;; woods where it to-succcss- and than
:. ( j. impossible S Ileasanter'compani !l in the world Education to a certain The Paran'Stevens case was only settled into the engine-room before the steamer

" ? .. i:: ". fully stalk them! It is by no means unusual small larmers. or agricultural laborers; extent is compulsory for all Chinese permanently a short while ago afttr> 15 left her dock and lay there facing death

- :::i l" for tho females to have horns, nor are, the mechanics and workingmen males, although the mass cannot do,much years of litigation and personal abuse of for fully forty-eight hours. The eccen-

:;,d !i '.1::'i, which they as well as the young,.males. of.a great city to be mentioned in the more than read,aauVwnte, ; still to that the worst sort from the widow to her son- tries came whirling down within eight
,. extent they are "educated. It has inlawand vice versa. Paran Stevens
I inches of his face and the slightest'
fJ:i : carry until late ia the water. W : same breath."
the I)91J3f. the Chinese
: been 'government was one of'our great Bonifaces, ami, his. movement in direction meant certain
any
.
t<: 4- ''' Hunters, \ nt\.onai, expeditwia TW : forhtindreIs of years' to .select a estate, Holds l an interest in the :Fifth death. So,he lay there.while the powerful

/ 00 4 after caribou, generally hire 'Indian \en an Austrian Emperor is Buried. certain number of boys from. each district Avenue and 'Victoria Hotels here' and eccentrics continued to mash'his arm ,

::.. j .1 1IT ,: guides to lead then up to the gamp, as (When tho Austrian_ Csejars are to be and educate them for historians and similar property in Boston. lIe died in with clockwork regularity. -
buried their bodies carriol the f writers. Their work is never completed, 1869, leaving his widow, a married
i': : fow white men are able to hunt these are by The man gave his name as Henry
for as long as they live and are able to and son-in-law his
to
. daughter, managq Smith from New York but refused to
.
.;\ very cunning beasts ,with success. The shortest, way from the Burg, the Imperial do anything they'continue to write and estate and divide the property among anything, further about, himself., Dr.

..:, :: .t" camp having been located within a milo palacet tovths crypt of the Capuchins' study. Every five years they pass an examination about twenty heirs. ]Irs. Stevens' ;and say Itobinson amputated what wa left of _

: a .. or two of some: barren, a known resort:, : When the master of the ceremonies and, according totheir proficIency ?- her son-in.lawnevJr did get on together, his arm.

L axfait has arrived with the imperial they are promoted office'or and the breach widened after the old' The first man to leave the ship at
for the the sportsmen a
. f ::0. ame,
rank. As rule no-Chinese to
: I a can hope man died. Early in 1872 she denouncedhim
f I 4 .... favorable day, XNgentlo breeze and soft corpse, he knocks. with his staff on,the 'attain prominence in any civil or military and began suit to have.him, removedas his Liverpool bundle was under the stowaway his remaining, who, arm with,

i. j t: snow to deaden the sound of the snow- ,closed door, and' demands... admission office pertaining to the Government unless executor. Mrs. Stevens, it will be smiled a hearty good-By at the doctor,

I,; 1. '. ," "7 j .shoes. being pro fer red. Fresh .tcki : "Who is there asks, the guardianfrom he has succeeded" a scholar, for the remembered, created a sensation at :New' saying he was going to a hospital. He.
within. but without the Chinese believe nojnan can succeed as a port last summer by entertaining the the and lost
i opening over gang-plank was
t. been discovered care- 'passed
.," ; : : having. theyare. scholar unless he has ability, and if he Duke of Marlborough. Her fight tooust:
the crowd. New York Journal.
door. "Ilis majesty the most high and m '
:' '"" :. fully followed. until the ,herd is viewed, possesses ability, why then, as a matterof her son-in-law, cost ,$250,000: at least. -.. -.---

, :;, J :; -feeding or lying!) in some open spot.: If mighty' Emperor .of Austria, King of coarse. he is.a suitable person to hold Who of those who knew Daniel I*. The Wily Bed 'Man.

; ''"' i due caution has. been observed, a shot Hungary," etc. The voice from within office; butno matter how high' the office Lyddy would have thought ,that he

replies, "I know no, such man." The may be, he must continue his studies, would be, put forward by his brothers Near Hontour, Ia., is an Indian reservation _
;,:' is usually obtained' at 150' yards, sometimes the duties of his office being generally after death as a subject of undue influence -. where a large number of the Sac

H' .'...'.. much less.f re sense of smell in master of ceremonies. knocks* a second performed by a deputy.-Chicago Herald. ? He was as sane as any manyl'that and Fox tribes find a home. Last _
-
-
: caribou) is very highly: developed, but time.t "'V4 ,* is *-H_there1"* the guardian ever lived, and yet he was hardly-in his Thursday their.- annuity was paid.

'. t., their eyesight, seems; poor, and they aain asks. "Thif..Empcror' Austria.." His Name Led All the Rest. grave before his brothers-the. oueswho; Fifteen thousand 'dollars in gold was
: "I do not know him the guardian Abou Ben Jenkins (may his tribe increase) made themselves notoriousby accepting '. distributed-each member of the tribe
>% .1": : often get bewildered, after tho says Awoke one night from a deep dream of peace,. $12,000 from Sharp-declared war upon .1' receiving exactly $39,99 as his or her

i;t ';', ", .. first shot, and remi bunched together The master,or"ceremonies knocksa And saw within the confines of his room, his widow for his estate. The ludicrous share. In order to avoid the trouble of

until several of their number have third time, and again is' asked' "Whois Making An angel a writing light.and in like a book a lily of in gold bloom; part ot the story is,that Liddy hadn't a making change a proposition was madeto

, .. '. "'. fallen. These ariiinaU are; very intolerant there?" "Our brother, Francis," Exceeding nerve had made Ben Jenkins bold. penny until he married Madame :Connolly some of the chiefs to .pay them$40
:" .,<' iimatiz answers the imperial official At this "What T7ritest thou P he said. The angel the famous dressmaker here,,: who and for them to return the odd, penny.
-.1 .' of heat and;all attempts to ac thenReplied refused to do.
: 'not only owned, all the Long Branch This they They are exceedingly
"
humble confession of the : The names of those who love their .
; : a : &'them in the; warmer temperate, ;zono. sirnplohumanity'of < fellow-men." property but had a good sized bank account suspicious of the Government

! .' have fail:& They are most re'stless in the. dead Caesar, the boltsare "And'is mine one?V asked Jenkins. as well. ,Of course that wealth agents and demanded the exact change.The .

S severe weather :traveling: fong distances immediately withdrawn, and the "Nay, not so," replied .the angeL Jenkins greatly increased under 3Ir. Li dy'g suspicion seems to be mutual, for the

is felt quite sore. shrewd management, but,where would agent, instead of paying out the money, \ _
'S. ') ." in search of food. This 'consists of the corpse** admitted.-Argonaut., Write ShUts me,the" he door.said", "as, one who always he hav been if' lie had not married I: gave each Indian a check, after whichhe

; ;;, ,, white moss, found on the barrens, and imi The an el wrote,,and vanished, and, the next thousands. ?i< Now his brothers have' begun was escorted t. a bank, where the
.r ".: the gray, which festoons the branches 5''l'lTile .Cza ''s. Cavalry. .. night a fight to keep those thousands on exact change was handed to him. This

j" .r ,: ::_ of the spruce and (hackmatack: in north- :"Cossack jmeans horseman, in the.Kirg- He came again with a great awakening li ht. their side of the houe, and they declare was done to prevent the wily Indian
: the of
showed those the
He
names Lord had
S the will bogus tEat gives back\ to the from getting two annuities-the strong
wonderful hose dialect and these redoubtable '
) i' ernforests. It, is\ how fatS nomads blessed,
.
that trick
; ; widow the property that was originallyhers. family resemblance making
And lo! Ben Jenkins's name led all the
rest.
constitute the ,
of the
'.!, become such dry uninviting greater part York
e : they on : 1 -New York Graphic. good once before.-New Graphic. _
;czars cavalry. One male child from .
cr.'J.. food. They swIm with ease, and '

,.;.:;!:,,"';: :.,"" pass' '8 great p'ortioD.' of the warm every Cossack family enters the imperial -- "S t .. '

..
.. '"1. .. ,,;;,:; 'S weather Tpth their bodies immersed ,servjcejiiMlie ifge.f five years: He is To dream of a ponderous whale 100 Doses
,
..... '-f: ;" : t .{ '."lakes' to escape the persecution of tho trained by the government officers, and Erect. Is on the the sign tip of of a his storm tail, .5

': occasionally becomes a regular'soldier before he T (If the weather is warm,) ft
f: : ", ;. gadfly. Their pelts are long Unless should happen to fail. Tbiils .. _

,I ,/': tracfed at the Hudson thy stores ,full of,. reaches his twentieth year, at which ago Some Dreams signs don't,however amount, are to infallible.much, anyhow.If not a* One 5'

,: .';. S : punctuies, like shot holes, caused by his married to a Russian girl--usually: are constipatel, with no appetite, tortured you 0 ,catch :.:

t,' ;. r S. the larvas eatingtheir' way intO' the eith"era foundling or an orphan" wEohasbeen with sick headache and bilious symptoms line only '-
,., ,' these signs indicate that you need Dr. Pierce's bat original with and
: ',: ;:: .reared by charity in the into you.Pleasant All drugbists Purgative Pellets. They' will cure I true only of Hood's Sartaparllta Dollar

-t; flesh.Hunting ,parties usually visit New the which is the
I : : nor, of empire. By this plan the / .

*..:.....'/, &{;: Brunswick in search of-.-, this game, and 'Cossacks are effectually RUsSianize, ', aggregate Mrs.TV. H.$100,000 Vanderbilt's a year.People expenses are' said to a I -- very cine best and spring blood purifier.medi Now, reader prove It.

,:1 r.,. it: the sport is often very good, but Gaspe ,though they, are conservative in many of. Take a bottle homeland measure Ita contents, %To i
Many refuse to tftke Cod Now read the
will find It to hold 100 teaspoonfoli
::&1 ." and tho west of Newfoundland; support. their semi-savage traditions.---[Frank Liver Oil on account of 'its unpleasant taste. .. directions and you wm find that the areragedo09

..' :f; : 'T:1: ,: .. .n the largest herds of,any .districts :within Leslie': This difficulty has been overcome In SCOTT'S 1) for persons of different ages Is less than a teaspoon "
EMiri/rio* of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos-
: : HBBOTMHMM Vm I QQJBHMMM>*>'IIVB B-M* 4 tuL Thus the evidence of the peculiar strength and
:, any reasonable distance of civilization. phites. It being as palatable as milk and the,
Is conduaiTe and
., I of Hood's Sarsaparilla
economy
most valuable remedy known for the treatmentof
: What He Had.
: .1 ,. : The barren-grouad: caribou is identical '. Consumption Scrofula aud BronchitisGen' I S unanswerable.TeeUns .
"". 1' S with the. reindeer of northern Europe There' had been some illness in a eral Debility,Wasting Diseases of Children, languid and dfery, haYtas DO appetite
: hronic Couglu and bids, has caused BarsaparOla.
fi i physicians and ambition to work I took Hood's
;:,:;1 : and it seems strange that none of the family, and an inquisitive neighbor In all parts of the world to use it. Physicians with the beat results. A* a health taTlxorator and

". i. 1""I. .* tribes of this :continent, should ,have aslcecl: little Johnny, the youngest son pleasure.report Try our Scott's little. Emulsion patientstake and, be it with Con medicine for general debmtr I think It superior to
eise.-A.A.
,'J(" : trained these dee, to harness, as they1' of $the family, who had been" sick* and vinced. __ anything 1417': .wife and myself BXKXB.were Wca.N.Y.both generally ran ",
.
/ ,," Ke Answered f t"Ohpit's Never ask a crust of a crusty man Ask him down. Hood's SanapariUa .brought us out"of that
are' well for that
J adapted purpose.- for meat for he'll give 'a. cold shoulder.
yoU
.5 .. that's ; tired fMllng and made c;; feel like young people
brother alt""What's
: I [Harper's Weekly.* my ; f 'Conanmptlon: Sorely Cored. again. It has done more for us than all other medl*
j < r the matter with him!' ,AultyrlUe,
does togetber.-JbcRn IIAW&Aud't.laand.
,I. LI To the fMiton: -Please inform your readers
. t .' 'Td Iik6 to cuGJ you./"you 'youig rsS ".NLfl1D, only lie.was just iok./,* I that I have a 'positive remedy for the above S Long .N.Y.Hood's
!. named disease. By Its timely use thousands of '
.. ; 1-. call" exclaimol: .an irate,man,: who lad S'.".! k ow;. but what ailed himr.. -- hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I Hood's Sarsaparilla SarsaparillaSoM .
1 .J shall be'glad to send two bottles of my remedy' Sold by an druggist: $I; six for$3w Prepared only 11; dx'for$!. prepared oaly
:: :: ,'1 A .beejia target lor] the lad'a, in wb ll.rer .Th'I ddnno rnxE to any of your'readers'who have consumption by C. Lowell 3X1
\ :: L HOOD.& CO,Apothecaries ,Lowell, )!Au. by .oL9 S '. ". .S ,0".- would;* chi I 1 j J Well,' ;collar, me:ftl t. ; .Wliat t;did e.J have'r' otc'c :,\/, I. and P. O. address.if they will. Respectfully send me_,their Express .., IOO Doses _One Dollar IOQ.'Doses One Dollar._ .. '

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}. THE SEMI-WEEKLY I EAST.4 j FLA.- COURIER- I, The Ladies' Improvement .Society How 1 10 Do Your Shoppihr. I\R;. JAMES"' CHACE '. i; '|N CIRCUIT COURT I''UURTIIJtIU1GI:t1.:' _
is doing good work.. The lide"ak'oPark. ] CIRCUITOFFLORIDBRADFORD! COUXT11X 4

;" ''DEIIOCRATIC. CftCJUl. jof i Bradford, co rh.. '3JKMUA 1;, street. a ':bigamj>rpvement: and This is* an age of ,advancenfenti! .# .... 1 !0m.' YIL_ 'f I,: CHANCERY.JACOB HUNK, ) \. S '

:! C. HOGUN, ; .Ed -.& Pro'r. .; should be highly appreciated: by. oar Congratulate yourself upon a_ system citizens OFFERS of StarKe his professional and neighboring serric toTrns.'a to the r I I ISABELLA Ts- MUXK.; j>Divorce., .\- .-
; now before ,
you\where your ..shoppingcan OFFICE at.hist residence east of .
citizens. The door '
one'
covering of the ; It
well is
: appearing to the
o.a'I become the Kentucky Hote court from bill filed/ and
norSO.tf
a delight. A causual .
office verjolins' Brick Block II sworn to
: by Jacob
Mu.nk
and ,
started will the.ooniphriuat! ,
aopri here
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be.finj.h ]look through the Popular Dry 'Goods ID, that the defendant,Isabella Hunk, H a istn4 .. '
SUBscPtPTlo1ll. ,O PEB.AuIIN. Judge .Barnett will take subscriptions House nf Cohen. Brothers, in Jacksonville 0 .and resident and her residence uukno n. t<. Hcuf ,,

;: '1 M fad. SUBSCRIPTION no paper coutinned: S in after Ian woes the! expiration in advance of for the. purpose, r of erecting thenew ;Florida, by ,the editor last week, Jf.O.I1Q) .@)U__m. ., years that It shots is there over foie the ordered' age,ol adjudged f Yenlr-ant+rnr '',\

f hotel.l.: :Don't all hows marvelous improvements in decreed that the said defendant he and is here : '
thr time paid or.ADVERTISING. : come forward at Walking distance from depot Third streetsouth Lv :
'to
required .
RATES' depend place totine styles and fashions, cf various fabrics Centre. Fireiplaces; in.b'ed room .filed herein: ori answer before Or demur "to the-lnHi; \ y

paper and will bs' furnished, .on applica-.... once. f for this season's spring wear. Messrs Fern and ina, -f *. Fla. :< A. 1) ISSSy and or that.tnfs order the ltd:be flat puulishwl<*f April d tit,f* V

stn "". '. .. Frank Merriam, who was hurt. a_ t Cohen Brother are' offering to forward MRS. A. LEDDY. Pxorairra: : =ss. for the EAST FLORIDA. COURIER once'II veek:
," four '
a. consecutirY
...' Rejected commvnjeattyns 1 *, will'i! not be re- the mill.sometime ago;. '!improving .' samples' of ,any kind' of dress .> e Match 2, 1SSS. weeks .II.. V."YORK*, f':. '
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....kr ed. '" rapidly, and we hope soon' Comer L.,Peep, Ksq. Clerk Cl. '
'" .. "' .* to.,8.e him goods, siiki"etc., 'etc., to to the citizens Merryday & 'Pairi ,- '.Compla.nant'i, AU.;. Ct '

: about again.. : .
-1nEVITTANCES= should b* made bj Check, of Stark. and vieintcharge free of ,I r S
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,.:ltaINote"onel Order, or Registered LetWr. Justice Craig. holds' forth in his new thereby :our citizens NEXT. DOOR TO. THE P03TOFFICE.. '
'.., f a can buy *''Valdof.r: : }
JACKSONVILLE \ : tls
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offic on Bellamy Avenue ,
Address THE COURIER below their_ dry goods at city 'prices. Allgoods .' ,
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Htmpjton .tre t. All. ,DEALERS, IX -\ : i.. : ,
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Starke. Fla. persons" having purchased of Cohen Brothers, of '.'. '.," -*
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'.,. business with him will find PIANOS ANn'ORGANS..' WALDO ..l ":
.' him there Jacksonville, to the amount $10.00 .. FLORIDA, .
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,. : The Pensacola Commercial is just during office ,hour, ;or.over, will be sent 'free' of and ''other' .musical instruments -,All \' .' io f' 'to, ..-',,,
expresscharge kinds of sheet ..' \ .. '. j <1\\ 0'
music and v
to boom Pensacola. books '
now tr/iig
; ; (General ..
: Etrle and Mrs. Tillmanwere ;
: and .prompt attention- givento t'" i -\ ., .. I' .. :
: The man who is"born with a golden married here on March', 28th,,', at all orders : in ; : .
:Under nagemep't ; ).
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gpopniniii mouth the.bride's .Dl'W ; Terms :1':
'. pftn winds up ,houa e., Mttt'' the ceremo- ;, .
r -* Hotel ev.erE $2 .per.'day; $30 per month'. :
,.!1' '.nuking i ,wbi*_out u'd. : BIMV Inv.ther I'*"' !immediately. went to the Gen- Gentlemen. ,.. "WheoLyou'want' ''.a. ,fine: I< .".. ?>, If. ? <-vV.J.. I. GREEN, ,Proper. .:'' (. "
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",+ie-er.do to day what you t can put eral'o: home on :the 'la-kt where they '*suit of clothes't call, at Truby, Stern: CORNER' 'OCEAN AND o.ADAM.sr: ,.,' 1". - .- < : ; ; ,!

intend to reside in the future .- ,berg & Go's. r tf : ; lVl E. C. .:f.
put off, until to ..morrow.. We only ...... { JACKSONVILLE, 1A. .. rs. Coffin, :

mean (this to apply, to drinking liquor The Melrose Minstrels *held. a meeting .. Thoroughly: 'Renovated*' MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS ;ASD '. *- .

and, chewing tobacco' Thursday. night in L. O. B.fClub :,. .,. .... 1 Newly Furnished.TCTBISI TRIMMINGS. ? ,

i If j/II Sullivan> starts a sporting paper .Rooms. ,for Th; the y summer finally ,months concluded) with tdizband o }, -SUBSCRIBE. ['FOR. THE .Easy of:w Board eek..or may Month.be made per Meal' .; Country Orders' Solicited, and' promptly: ) 'r ; ,

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in Boston/ts. .h e.. contemplates doing, a'dim prospect of renewal in the fall ,. J' R. C. IVORY,. ,Irop'r..f" j i *", : ".". filled.. > ..... '. '. I .; .:

,. ,.ho ought to employ Mitchell en from Oct. 8th, !. Sa7. ,nov.9, '87-ta. j t ti ,' .d) .
as fight r 'X700DXTOO; D i' t .,
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ing editor. < 4 HOME EN1ERDRIE.J II '. $'
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: One reason why the girl of the +.-. I rAPTrinnnliii GOOD SOUND DRY 'YOODt; < f: x

1 period. knows '.little about hoe lies p* O >e;.i'of Nature's. 'Famous 'C 0 1T :EJ: R. STARKE CONSTANTLY JON HAND.S: .

.ing is because the young man of the .' Remedies. d ANY LENGTH DESIRED. .o ; r

*.period'could not persuaded: to court Oar citizens, in general, are well acquainted S rfjTnDJI. .. e MALI MB MALE INSTITUTE; ... .""......-. f';'...

I in the kitchin. with the wonderful curativePoKers : 0 e.'.- *, Orders left at Truby, Sternbur :

I Dr. .Mary Walker has had ht'r .l of "Wild Orangrf Syrupna. 1 t TARKE, FLORJCA.: & CTo.. promptly fi.led. : ,:"

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pension increased from $8 to $25 a own remedy, which was invented ,: '
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blish J 'Y. PALMER.Starke, Fla t t l
.'month.. She claims that her eyesight by Dr. Tate Powell, 'one of our "' ,t .-e, pring term opens JANUARY '9th. ; .. .,.. ,.: ., ,

was injured double ,that amount leading physicians, sometime ago. .No: "l' ..'... '. ,,i'.,. 1888, and continues six.inontlis. i .' .'

through& nuraing tick' Federal soldiers. doubt many will hail with .delight the i"; .... ":.';-'.1. MISS .MARI\. : HRIAt.i'D'. : ..' <::;

... information, that it is now being. man ..':." -- 'EYERRY. S. : >:iI ,' '., RAT::: :tii OF TVITION : It f .,.. ,TF"FasliionaWe .. ', ,;"
I :, A good.. one is told. on the congregation .:=),iT., ', .. .'. .. r'1.:. :.
ufactured :" ;
I right here in Starke by that '" ,':. $2.00 $3.00 and i "
of one of the churches'at /enoia. ''t;,, ,. $4.00 per month <

Sometime" ago. the members met for prince of good fellows, Dr. J. H. M .. d.c..esa L payable at thbe!end of each ,. Dresslafe ,Ifr ..V..*.*"*

Brayer, of Shelby, '''N. C., who came e : ao month. 4TermsReaonable.Cbiiut', *., v. V'-i .
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the .
purpose of discussing the ;.JJ
to Starke during the :past winter. ;' -
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advisability off buying a new. chande- .. x, .
Th otter !Ii; ; .' : :
having
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a keen forbusiness f. MUSIC iv. :
eye $3.50 .
per month .. .,
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leir
for the church Just it : *. :. ;'[
as WMK about order solicited
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saw at.once that an untouched L' :. ..; ; '. : )0- .. ;t'.! ;;:r. j
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", to be decided to this \ .,.1. I "'
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much needed'improvement .- ... "!
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fortune awaited Its : ,>
manufacture Every
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an. old. 'deacon who i is and ', : J, i .!' L those who desire A.M. SEWELL ; 1'
' : development- hence he purchased I 1 -' J ,! -. a liberal educa' ; !., ':. ;-..:
.> both pious,.:. '\;,$+::- t.l'.1' 1

.-Baid: "I don't see no ,use .er buying wheel. to rolling; ', '. .. &. l ; .f.'::.1' ..: \ -CQMMfSSjONMERCHAftf r. ',

:ether thing than 'ain't T qjZ ,I 1 :; .,... .. .,...,:,.. ., For" NO 53VJWT" FOIWYTHSPECIALTIESButter r( I "' '
; ;en bod in- thfvfehurch 'I' 'i .' ? particulars.address J E'yl'"Cd.):
.Dr .
I Powell., the inventoI'and-paten! ( S'. < P1 I RI"")' -< 1 i S P"' 1"**"**"* "ifS '"'*' : "** ii... :.+:' ..'"- ;.: ". .-.. .' '4!t3'1 ?
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at kin play on it" No tee of the above. mentioned "preparation "s ,: ,, \. s v- -. -'."r '' ,- '"j r"/ ., S NVILrl.E, .' ," frLO'JnD. .?: 'I f, f

;j ScHandeleir, was bought. at that meeting! is a native of North Carolina, : 1 .. > / M. i Clark A B .. jiDdchwfle.>'+ ;".,...;..:-
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| sun.. .. having come here about five years I ,' ) .-.I .Otiiibix' inenis r)f, eg:8 an \' pouluy) >'. t; '
age.j
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i : .i.f- .* aoIiciU'il i pdt market, J-\t,1 I .
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; pric j t ; :
:; What looked like the largest, Wild Orange. Syrup-, the great d ce213m. prompt returns, .
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Principal., >' ;
; straightest, soundest 'ar/i longest;wal- blood purifier., It positively cures Sf mu 'Duitan Sf, I .. _225lmW" \ ,. .
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] notjog.ever floated dow 't ho Oum--' blood poisoning of all kind, skin diseases .. ;. .'*' !II,,;'" ". ,
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I I berland rheumatism tick }!.j-. ," .. .V '."j.'
reached'Jtfashville the other headache; kidney r ,. SfT

|t.day. It belonged to a green-lookin and liver complaints, dyspepsia,_ L. '. !: ... S HuyJlorida.CrawnFTdil, ? Trses" !.Dr.. f.Cone, 'WTi11iaths5\., \. ',,:>.: S

loss of malaria ., ) 1 .. .._
; coutrymanJwh : ,gave good reasons energy etc. It is ('F orm,,Ur from jracusoN, > '. \\ '
j j why .he must. :sell it bard to be the'be.t"female remedy .
immediately. It on "
I I rth. .It is PE YEAB r Then 'you are:sure of Fruit Send f&r 18TilLll88flByG'8IflIIECor. \ : :
\ was., such a fine. log that ..despite, the I ea the only remedy' knownthat .. ,

: owner's anxiety to sell, it fetched alI will in every case prevent' fever.It'enriches "i. Catalogue '" .. Bay'and Hogan:t'Sis. Jacksonville Fta. .\\ '-.

I I most its apparent jralne. In due the blood and gives'life. A. CAIJUAHAN, Opposite the F. 1(. & N. Dept \ ,.' .

i course of time it was taken out of the, and'energy to the system. I MELROSEFLAor'. k nor 9. '87-If. C\ :I

i( water, and proved to be a The capacity at present is 1,000 .. '> : ; call upon .T. c. CLARK, \
; sycamore. .. .,; ', .!>. : "",. .,' -S '
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i ... .1" ''."'.' "' -. .J. '\. :'i I' .. .':, % ,STARKE LA.
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bottles '< '
\| log with walnut bark tacked all over per day. Fifteen thousand: 11' S .'t-. t. :.' .;_._ ,1''.'If ,
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j. it in the most artistic' manner.. The bottles, *will be pat up ,at once, after "r I .t;'. r .ALL:-. .THE LEADING PLUMS VARIETIES A SPECIALTY.1H STOCK.' "KELSEY( IDG WODD BRICK WOnKS :

i green'countriman.'hal. not been seen which I it will be placed on sale throughout A- 1. r ... SOME FRUITED PAST 3BASOX IK. ,N4 R. L r

{ '. the country. .... L. rf"'. HULL '>iI
I since : i PrpP'r. ,
Jolb
I .1.-., Dr. McBrayer is.self-made roan in Work :: MELROSE BRIEFS large securitr for a loan; to ; ;;;,
-<. .. F .: nursery and: erect an eta'porator. .'
\ every particular, having :worked his 'h .. 72"I :";";i';
I i A good, refreshing rain would oej > *- ,, Can rensonablT: expect 15ci bushel of First-class brick always 'on h nd't .' -m.'sx," -i
1a way through both a literary and med'ical I- 1. :. es, de." the ccming s non. : t
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j very acceptable. .. J "f v kiln O .statIon. : ,. ,. ..
a | : x :
Strawberry short-cake in I college. In 73 he took .the' .degree of '' .. it" '. ,.....,... .. ... -: '- '" .. ''.., .."' ;.1
nosy with- : f ."t ;:' f!
\ Master of arts; he is a regular' -is ..'j :-.
1 in wlch ef :all. tiPROMPTLY :';7' !Ii
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ate of the Atlanta
;; The Methodist Medical College, of : : 'It f f... _r. \ :
meeting \ which :SA : .
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Atlanta: The f ,
Doctor ,
j LcJosellut weik"as very' successful. ,. Gaorgia. .ha A t;,.;. ,. .., .' < .
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DEALER IX
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1 made friends in the rt.of > .f <|
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many '
\ They succeeded in gaining eight ..or 5 .k : -.ilMPORTED AND DOMESTIC ,
t ;iiue new members. State, all of whom wish for the r"xecu: ecg. .I.':.,:.,:',:_ LIQUOR. ;t\
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( :. < .. ., WINES S '"
\ and its '!i; ", : ;- BEER AND CIGARS. <
The Northern visitors are beginning pries genial proprietor ..abu; .- .. ,\. : '.1<1. .:>: ,' '; / !;
fleas $ ., .. -5 NOS...SD aid 107 W. BZJ St. .'
'leave. success _. _" "-.;; 5r G arsk'iiiui IIS W. Say It. JACIt30ftYIllE/ FLA '. .
So ;
we ,
can,soon settle down. r '" ;, '
,to. uxual.aus 1 ; r. ;':.;.... .' .I ::. : ; : "' : ', ,DOMESB0 LIQUORS. .
our mer.-work. 1 ji"' ..' "" "f'jj. .L.- ,...,. 1 .";. >.:.. S S .
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x 'I'' "-of"-, Our town is rapidly advanc'n .- We' TruVy:':;:'Sternberg- 'Cp.,are agents'; i'> '. ""'"';, !..*._-/.*. :'I.?""' .. ,:..,..-,- '. ., ',".:..,r t.:.';.,. ':'r---. ':.;, ;.. 'f., ;,..Rye Corn nogl} Domestic. -B!$irboiu J&hi' >ikx 7 :. :. -,. $1 50: to ,$3,. O'r, f gal t; t
g : : : ;
"'. :. ;;', : 4k' ';.:...:'. :." ;.' whisky, ., . '. .** .'c' ,
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:are soon to have barber for t. 'J"
a 5 shop, R.I ,the.celebrated'Atlanta'iYagens., .: 1L ., :- c. I N.E.. Rum .and ,Metford Riimi'.. :.,,. .'; '.1.. . .. .. _1 50 <4 3 00. *' .'? 't'/ :
( .a.- .
: Moody + ., ; Holland G. .
I 's9 being tbe'enterprising j Notice to Tax-Par: ,ers. In..r: ; ..t..l 50 t* 325 f" .uT".

j man who will attend to our .wants du- I hereby notify the Apple and peach brand!"':#. : .'::. fl. .. .. .. .175 300 *'t.4 # ,
property ownersof '
;I nug the summer, the :town of Starke that te.tax. .,! : ',,RI S" '. Port, Sherry and Catawba'wij e, .. ;.- : / -.450 *-' 2 00. :;.;

| It is rumored that railroad k ." ., ,.. ,' _._ .. IMr. >iJJK r T :JLilU LI ltQ.RSVINES ETC. ;
I a man books' are now open for the of .. .. .' !' : .

\ from Georg,* will be .' here next .Sat- taxes for the year 1888.payment The ... "' :,. .' ,.. :..
'nrday to addrfi.ss , imported$5;. and upwards. per gallon*. Sherry, Portend Nude ,

and vicinity? 'oh the jviU'.be. open but thirty,. day ; ; :<: ; ,: <: r : i:. wiiie. .. /, .*. ., .'... u .- J .. .i ..... ".I. '(r.\. ... . ;$2J504a 5 00 j per I. -:\
subject of from.date. I can be found at Jones SOLE .
--- AGENT 'FOR 'J
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\ building 'a. railroad to this place. Heibe,-ger.'s'from 9 to 12 a. .m., aud 12 CP OTHER. t ESTABLISHMENTS. ; ;

:, James Truitt '}has brought with to 5 p. 'm.- E D. 1YALL, :- ., .' '<;::. $:."," t. f'; Imperial 4' and Cule.nbacher'B.eer., :. <

}him from Texas a fine Tot of horses ., 'GitYTag.. Collect ,. .- l. Per" ,:case 'of' 2. 'dozen bottles, f3 per case. 'Ten 'flex$a:(in barrel) from $1 15b, -e
1. aid mules, which 'ht is, rapidly getting .. .. A. ;,,- :. f :to $13 5t.per b" rrel. fIt-, :"v, ,

rid of. Any one wislhiug some You will find, shoes cheaper, and JUGTRA .
good> THE ;
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i ; ctock should call on 'liim i at once, be-' larger stock to select.from, at .. .. ., A SPECIALTY ... .
Truby, Sternberg & Co's. than at : :::. OnJers for above .
fuse he ,: any of the .accompanied by tfid money,!will 1 rer

.dwi" '')>,oses,\'..:. .. -':: o them, all. /" any,ot ."er'store: in this county., DISqOUNTER. I .L.',', ,:-...,*}.cfcive. prompt a ttebiiop. Frfce-lista, and .other.information;t h." J* ,
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