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 Material Information
Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 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 - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00042
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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ye fe )L. IX., NO 28. : : :>>STARKE, BRADFORD! CO., FLA., JANUARY 13. 1888. .. ONE DOLLAR YEAR.







.*1T-. OFFICIAL PAPER" OF. :TUE8bUNTY----RatifiedbyBoardofCountyCommissionersJanuary2,- 1888. __



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Advertising Rates. I Florida.At THE WAR ON THE NEWSPAPERS. THE NEW SOUTH. j A Tab: of Two Continents.- ; -- j
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1 wl: W 1 ml 1.3 m _0 iiil2 m LAN; U ) UFPICEOFOMER : a meeting of the Commercial Club THE TTX.ICST AND FOOLISH ACTION OF OCR Its Remarkable Industrial Growth RALEIGH, b.. C., December-.-A. tdegram -

-i4 -- i -- -:si in Louisville, Ky., a few weeks s'.nce: During: the Past Year. received here 'today from China .
., .. oo fTno$2 f v)* $1 1111 $TOO 4111 \ ALLEGED 6TATESMCN.: ..
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,.'.;;40.; \ ...1-1 501\ 8 25 4 OOi Sthi1.S(2OO! ,:! () where representative men from all sectionswere [From the Cellar Key Gulf: View ] BALTIMORE. Md., Deceml-er 30.-The tells of a conclusion, or rather of a new -
..... 5 aOl 7 00 $ 00 12 (M) 32 OU 45 p, 4_ 1. .... 7 0010 01)12: (k)1), ("_0 M On'8'ilO ( ) assembled. The Hon. W. D. Kelley We invoke the attention of our contem- Manufacturers Record will publish this chapter romance' of two continent _-

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Jlrnt and five cents for I ,. I of the South for 1887 which was i taken from 'a schooner at Wilmington.
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'; I a line for the ,.f. "For more than three weeks I loiteredin facts that stand out in bold relief : growth

'1'V.4 nnent fo:Insertion.iM time advertisements. upon apit what it: to be known. to the world as from the records of the proceedings of ''in many respects the most remarkable He worked for awhile in the house of a 1

., ,!. the office. Starke Bradford the winter farm and garden of the Union i the Last Legislature. year in the history of that section; as more family there the head of wLIcb. was' a

County Florida.Attornoy jit- and Methodist. The Cblneselad was very apt
'h the
----- hitherto despised Florida. I speak with First the members were to a man. was accomplished progress

ppr3 .EC1tET SOCIETIES. deliberation when 1 say that that State : jealous! of their own rights or at least prosperity of the whole South than ever and bright. and evinced great"desire..to. _

B _,___ -___ .. -_ which though admitted to the Union by what they fancied to bo their rights on the before in the sa *e leugth of time. Frcrn study. II and
t* t ?l ,1.J/'JLJtt.Bradford Itesrular Lode communications; No. 42 F. thnd At Law. Abstract of Title Office In connection. an :act: of Congress; on the same day that question of per diem. The customary "$6 Maryland to Texas the progress was remarkable and rapidllimprrved.} The Methodist ''

.t1t( '. ti&tnrdaIn each month W. KICKUTER Iowa was admitted which embraced 10- per day work or play," was carefully coveriag almost the entire Sunday Scl.ool at Durham heard of the -
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4 ht J.E WAIXBIGHT and there is boy and decided to educate: him for the ..._ _
of a -
k scarcely
Secretary. W. M. 000 miles of territory than that range industry, .' .,
more taken
square voted. Special care being no

Lods; No. OS 01 P. Ac A. -71 Real Estate Bought and Sold. loans Negotia ed. Referance Given. Iowa and whose population numbered I informality should stand in the way of !single: line of manufacturing or mining mission work. lie was sentry that Sunday ,._'.:. :,

;es1 : S VI.W alar Meetings second and fourth more than 10(00( in excess: of Iowa in the member it his walk to Treasurers business in which the number of new enterprises School to Trinity Coljegc" this,. : ".. : .

4 a ,;; ; 4 ay of each< month 2 o'clock. \ 1845.;:; had come in 1870 to nave: 180,000 table. It was clear that it was the inten- reported during 1S87 is not more State one of the leading I Methodist colleges .I -C.4.-.'.. .. ?"..'

: CHKSTER NORTXIITP, in Fla. in l8d. Of :3ie l in the South. The school kept him. ,''' -I
i. IFERDEK:. AV. Matsr.PD.OllDEItOFllEDM1. Bargains Homes & Investments population while cold winter-bound Iowa tii-n of the members to secure this beyond than twice as large as :' ..: .
s.5.retarY. I fourteen Southern States. there are only there five years paying all his expense .
to have 1,290000 and I .
came ; yet say doubt or contingency, and they succeeded. .6
< |. four in which the capital invested in new He took a theological course and grad- '- ,
without fear that time will confirm my But the of retrenchment in the .

; EOLA TUIBE No. 1, FLA.-Council !. NO SPECULATIVE, FANCY. -PRVES, FULL... VALUE assertion that the foremost among the State's expenditures cry must have a. show ot enterprises is not double the amount invested uated wiih distinction. He was. iven the ._ .. ", -,

eachVcdnesday'S Sleep, .- .* >: last name of jCharles J. Soon. Bent M '. .
.f\ I kindled non-bearing mineral states of the Union foundation, and tlw newspapeis must be year. k- .'
MDcir Wigwam. Starke, Fla. Tne amount of capital. including capital Wilmington and preached jUierc. with .. ;, I -
will be its farm and garden beautiful I As .
made t.o bear the brunt. a corps of .
invited to GIVEN FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST. -
;! Transient Brothers cordially stock of incorporated companies or- power and fervor. lIe also preached' at .. : .
:' O. W. McKiNSET.Sachem.. Florida laborers for the public good, in season -
ad.
"Tip-end 1 of the South there will be a and out of season the conductors of the! I ganized during 1887, as compared :with Raleigh and other points always drawing} :': ,:
I .. crowds.! He decided to make the missionary .

' ntf. )(i1.LON of ,Records. Lands offered grow succe .fully Coin, Sea-Island. Cotton' .., nice. flora sucn as no part of the Union can I. :State:; papers stand pre-eminent. By their 1886 was: 18S7. 1886. : work in China his life- work. A. '
Chief
STATES.
>,'i such neither Mexico nor Japan of Florida has been :
Sugar Cane, Oils, Hay Rye, Tobacco; Potatoes Chuf.is Peas Garden, vegetables, produce as efforts, the wilderness Alabama ...... ........$ 47.18.2! Ott $ U84HJXX! .') year ago he,went there the'Durha Sunday .
: M ay Ldz* No. 1O m"r China nor Africa! nor southern transformed into orange: groves and truck Arkansas.............. '.'I &..U1rJ 17.2KOOi! ) II : '
O. O. V, Meets evrrv Fri the Orange, Peach Pear jfrapa, Fig, Strawberry, Plum Pt'r immou. :Melon., ,\:c &c. but where will uid Klouila: ... ........... 27S6000 l.rt.'O.Urf!) ) School paying all his expenses ar."
lay night at Odd FVIlowstlall. Europe can produce; you gardens. The incomparable beauties) Georgi.i... ... ....... 15itX; 1 3.3SO.iXiO; ) him f -ie
.'9 4' Transient brothers Leading money crops in fruits are the Orange :strawberry: Pc\b.un4 Pear; while find the choicest products of all these salubrity of her climate have been kept Kentucky. ... ....... 45UM!j: -WI.WI) preparing ia every way I
I' cordially in' itt 't to attend. Louisiana............ ! I .n W-D. A. L.SCOTT many others are very profitable. Stock Farming! ) and Poultry Raising give satisfactory lands whether in the mere flora or the before the public by gratuitous distribution MartUuJ.... ... .. 131t7rtO; S.7'fci.OUO: '
Box 4t. Noble rand. t? )Missis ippL....... ... 4.771WM: ) 774.< UO earnest Not Ions ago 1 perso'of t"
4. ,l ,y-Becreturr H. W. EPPERSON, Vice-Grand results The farm and vegetable garden are profitable! without fiut groves. and fruit beautiful blossom of the forthcoming of thousands of specimen copies. North Carolina....... 1I..6i..O' 3,077.0iw: the lyoung Chinese preacher"recef 1'f T

I crops (Jf fruit or vegetable. There is the sent free to every hamlet of this broad South Carolina.... _3.8U500. 1.21S.OWTennessee !:: )
) well independent of the farm combining ,the two i is the golden mean. aaceiuw t i 21.:: ::* ',miu a letter saying he intended to
growing pays land that combines the Suil and climate of land. Capital has been secured and immigration rex: : :<........ ... ti.W.\JIJO; 5.tIJ.I.l)1! : msr' "? -

, ? ;. ChURCh DIUCCTOUY. Dark loauy soil with firm clay subsoil. Some of the most prolific Orange Groves in all lauds, and whose productions for utili- attracted. until the tax: : returns l"il.I:1...... ... 2;.::;3.>OO t.5UOUO! Chinese girl. whom he had tnoi as 1 '
; .. .. 8 U&.00Jt.VlM; )
" "_ West Virginia. ; child Iml living in the family of -
: ;
; he seen in and near :Starke and thioughout Bradford County! and ueautv will measure I may almost show an enhancement of values in five \\"a
the State can now ty !
$. METHODIST CHURCH. TotaL...... ........$256,298.000 $9.21(5,000( another missionary there. He had known. -
: Services:' every Sunday at 11 a. in. and Water pure. health.good, and Climate delightful. Come and see for yourself. say, the posibility" of all hinds. It is a years of over two for one. And what is In cotton manufacturing there has been this girl when t child. and bi! .

HohnehH maetinii Tuesday at land for sugar par excellence beyond Cu- the return they have received? The last thQiht..
III p. m. I activity and seveuty-suveu: new when in far away America were ofte
.- |p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8f"0' Below we give a few of the bargains now offered"in Bradford County: ba; its tobacco fields will rival. at once Legislature neglected no opportunity to great mills have been projected many of them her. The telegram today bricgs the news

4 of Cuba and of the Connecticut and The for
those
their
into perquisites. pay
..: W. S. RICHARDSON, Pastor. No. 1.- 6J acres in Starl\e4 ten minutes walk from depot: five acres new-ground, it is cut being under construction, which is the. of his marriage to his early love. -Tfte .
8 e School at 9:30: a. in..CUAS. Lebanon and other northern valleys; tax advertisements is curtailed by four. : .
Sunday number of new mills ever reported Methodists in this Sate feel a ,
deep
.. /. RICHARD. Superintendent stumped and grubbed and under substantial board fence. Goodbuilding_ !site: facing the land of rice.'hiat about cotton? fifths-a hundred dollar advertisement largest int
:
MARTIN ec.Tf easurer. in one year. Cotton-mills are reportedas cst in Rev. Charles J. Soon their'special '
T ""BEY' Madison Avenue. Laud best quality. Will sell now for $:.V)0.00 said I to a gentleman whose farm I was now yielding about twenty. The election having largely oversold their production prote-e. -

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., don't talk to about cot- ) ;
traversing O. us advertisement is cut down by a provision _; -
..tI BAPTIST:: CHURCH. in Starke neatly paled and in cultivation. New li story dwellingof : fool and many old mills are being en- IF Pardons. -9- .
No. 3.- 2} acres ton; a Florida: farmer has no time to that each Sheriff shall advertise in his :

I. 'P J'Services meeting at 11 a. ui.everyVedneslay and at 7:30 p. m.Prtver 7 rooms, haid plaster finishample piazzas. House cost over $1,200.00 Good location with it at 8 cents a pound when be can 1. county paper only' he election of bis own The larged industries to meet the of demand the South for their are goods.being Tire President has 1 number of appl-; .

j'4'JJ \'. n. PATT12KSON. Pastor ," raise vegetables and fruit for the North at. officials. for pardons of all sorts of cases and '
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.. "p. ro. and db' pretty home. If sold soon \\illVake loOO.OO;:; ) county diversified, as well as ic reased. ton .
-,. ;. Sunday School' meets every SUll\, uyJiorning such prices as we get. The whole of that And have the newspapers no remedy? greatly coming from all sections of tie co nt.

.-., !, M. A.at CLARK:3i1. p-'fY.' ; S Valuable'Farm and varie.y Fiuit Grove just two niles south of Starke gulf portion of the South is literally or One certainly that will be effective. They The Mayors' Convention. awaiting: his _Action and he hops t 'I}

: : .F. R. MORGAN, :--t..r'! facing. F. H. & N. R' 11. on east &i i.lc and public County road on west. side 40 will be when properly managed the bind are not oblisred to advertise the tax sales SANFORD Fla.: January 5 -At the session them all off his bands ofor ; $

% _, __ :- .uURchr.L acrescL'. Yellow niucland' ; 15 aciesof) it in excellent tate of cultivation;; .with ot wine and milk and honey and all beautiful for this miserable pittance of 10 cents a of the Mayors held- at the Sanforn- as:' les. r I

PRES VTiilIANx5ay at 11 a. in.i "" A and graceful things together with tJil' line double! column tabulated work. four Messrs. F. S. Chapman One of the most curious of JQ&

..i Services every.ud.T'l'H'g., Pastor.U. stumps i C, i. 10 acres: iu Orange Gru"eU to 1UO bearing trees. some very large great staplc .to which I have alluded and insertk! ;ns. Without such notice there can House this morning. C. B. Smith I. X. application of t\olO Qe' T1cotinteVfet
: :JJ. V'ery! Sunday it '::)O and] hue 11.. trees of tried 1 aid 1&uc- G. R. Puckett ."
J.. 1 lance :3: to 7 years old. 150 choice young peach sties in a county where six months ago i .
; Sunday Schojr: I'Pit ATT' : other be no legal tax : Jenkins. L. P. Hughey. H. L. Lilienthal i .IpM" .:,

;.11. w. : bupennieiident.CHUKCII. ccssful variet :'IIICU1l1g froin May to October, about 20 joung Almond trees !.:Olll.) 1 (low i is that for kind words from the there are newspapers and it will soon be and Sherman Adams. the Committee on. I k.- Is'a.Pu ol- -o .- i

grape, e' '"S' and J poznjtuates.Good purev\ater. Ordiuaiy! iviiaut buildings. All frUIt Father of the [Hmw, r Pig Irou Kelly apparent that; forced collection\ of jState Preambles and Resolutions jpubmltted_a Cs thes'._ ._u. le .: I

_
'i'i'r- the Pennsylvania statesman. taxes in such counties, by sale read; _
CHRIS .28-1 Peter 4: 1C, -,'trees in healthy and flourlv \itwn. Soil well suited for truck farming'made. and county report. The document of. Florida es- bought a piece I _
t \ of property, wil! be impracticable, and wmtKKAB;. The Slate suffered years before been in of C"man j'
:i ,-i Act*11 Pastor preaches at !?O bushels corn acie'it 1crop. COile ami"see tlie piopeity and yuu will consider'cash Variety of Tobacco Seed. what will happen.VilL peciallyihe outli m portion has tb'.p0' I I
Tou ptr ve shall: then see : loss'! both by life and business during of miserly h

Ii thLflN a bargain ai tLc price. :;::_, ;) or '\ w 000 on installment: plau.Eml" or the Legislature, to convene in-1880. amend willtwvvirqtde severe the past year b)' the presence of yellow the reputation of being a counterfeiter. '
commissioner --
UAM rLnatur 'i. Mr. O. L. Garrett; i I 3utIce.Or and believing as
: .. f."e..., !: law to do the'pws fever in rur -State; On the miser's death rumors
\ the
lI1If it'll am: (!()t"\: .- Lots t ()0 10 suburb of :Staike.VestEnd":: land* siud immigration:. for t\.a\ Florida :: ':" law forlverU.smg, all tax that much.if: not all of it could I vague cra
day Lr 12.Jfcvt WP tL
l ; I by .. ... ; lated hidden hoards of
: returned; to.JzLk5tII'111C ......-.*. ** <.' -rffr f Si Lhvaa et't State I about money de
businessjtd street '
or Roilroud. has rI
iioin just r.
main Southern
a '}') f Ltes \\al1 : _
( ::! ii-ir- I
..lI'C tract nut more tlii: .11Il"- extei.dcd thm'ltll I Si .. 14rot'c 'posited by the old m bo athu 3j
: -i..l.i fl'l.m trip -
all tlrtxts (JO feet w Ille. } :all '_ icrC have ---'nthInJbfthekb;

't car 2a j eu I 1 k depot mail and express. lll is thtt platted: aud reco. ''. :- \\ c".t and North, in the interest of his I "roads" ? \Te Wfll see. This paper, vo T) : rl1 Ul Ue llh.R.O. _

lot according to location.Xc. department':\ lie brought with him what I for __ '!. will publish no_ tax sale advej-. an tine by the United_"States,"-11 tU"CllU GOVCMIlI..nc; _
to 100-pcr (is at lcents
a line. therefore be it
Jniled States J
.. tt,1 Saui ir-L LLi L Bearing orange the lion. II. J. Colemau I .r Eearh Wa; '
: and adjoining Starke 1 .:''0 cult the I -- Ri"!rei. That this :-- -
G"40'acres. west of POecnin trees oa Commijs'.oiier" : of Agriculture; sajs: : is Boycotting Tax Sales. convention rC8p ct_ found. Taese stories _

1 .:'.. JRSI1IP. about 100 others G to :8 jeais Oll :Sever: most valuable iortmcnt: of tobacco> "- The ".Metropolis[ shakes hands with fully), but firml}. request the Co' rlln?- of forgotten when rao. 4 -
of 230; trees; the the State of Florida the land
to
grove convene the Legis catt -
jpropeitv
.\.t'ORANGKCOLLE0E, iles obtained! 1 from tin* Gover <'lIt ,J tlice. j FernandinaIiITor: :: possession of" 5 _
\\ ii
this lature It
ever on in extra session *
in grove-t-hape.
at I the'callil''t! present
"more trees agreement
.. 11PUATF1 'i. and :50 or pear : prac! owners.
at mc
il4 d's day s .
,
place, r lId1ril'lit"
". FETING d shelter ".. tk This assortment is made np' vai i "As for as the :Mirror is concerned I ticable moment t,) take: !such i 'ictio.T; as One day foal spring : '
.I i: h l&SS at least: ;;00 in.oJ'al1ges. Price, $3,000. .. .. ...** "* 'Abajo SlI' no tax !he. one of the you '
will bear in ::; ':l l-'i sale inav iCCeSLry to create a State 15 men, while 4
'j advertisement aril walking r
er.", Wednesday at 7:30 .. I ... L __ .. .,__t _. )Iorp. II ::; will appear: in its col- If Health over bis farm, aa'-
A4 I4 road. Xo buildings except log CiJ.ULU G wentlucon e. Connecticut: setI_ !leaf ( whose duty it shall be to protect two or three _
facingptibl1C n. unless bright
minis
iIt iae.i.t. -.-----.-.---- town, ;: Spagnola Spadone Bunta paid for at regular rat..s.The the State\ from the I intruductiou t i i of glittering'objects lying I
PROFESSIONAL CARDS pine wild 'anunear 3a., toVlatka,p Basile Theiss, :State:: is entitled to no more favors, S yellow fever and other infectious half concealed under a large Vm<,.,- '-"- : .
yellow
10,000 acres Sumatra diseases -- >
---- of 500 Isabella f OI J -US -
-- Bodies
7. C'ienfu'gos and vi-
No. the far- rock. ;
14 =- --- tunities f or I than the individual. If the feeliujr assured that: no such disease ever Picxiug them up he was _
from famed press
IB :bI.cOLOYHouse the\proposed line of the new railroad now building,. which and it much sought utter Deh; Sumatra erall,) will enforce th<' same rule such gen.at. originated within the State. It is further: : and delighted to find that they we srr gold .
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Bradford and Clay counties. Good cpp worth more than its weight Ilc.'lUlwl, 'fhat our Senators! and coins. He
lands lie in tempts to choke Rep around
These them
: Fla. out of existence sarche carefully and
: in '
Painter gold dust. There is resentatives!; in the National
and probably less Congress be
Sign and terms given on application. : i I than would not be made." soon disovered whence they had fallen
Prices -Jacksonville Me '
requested to
tp paying iu\' tmcnts. one pound of Deli :Sumatra; seed in the secure such action in Congress ; Wedged under '
and in the ijjjpited tropolis. as i I)1 necessar/ to establish and the rock was a parcel of '
all of sec. 21, tp. 14 r. 15 640 acres, States. maintain National the coins in old .. -
In Levy county, a quarantine station at an
Hanger. No. 8.- The Commercial" giving aa
i Decorative Paper Only two miles east of F. 11. &; X. R. R. Very I Mr. Garrett has gone to Havana to finish : will join hands with some suitable point on the Gulf eoivit of account of President newspapr
the Great Gulf Hammock. his collection its brethren of the press in a the State of Florida o
Fla. of to to be
STAHKE, cabbage.palm, &c. Will varieties: all of Which compact deteriniue value
tS-Orders left at D. Newinfjham's will be clay and marl soil, with growth of cedar, magnolia, will be for distribution to the settlers take no tax sale or other advertisement the surgeon of the United States A, my. $400 and $ and t between: j -'
.J : decZl >m public That a committee of thrte; be appointed: ,0. t'e two I !
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attended to. cash purchaser.No. along the Hue or private, below fair and brten
to a of
promptly of :$:) acre the Florida regular
: ...- very low price per Southern by the chair, whosv dUly it shall he to lighted with their fiqd,

1 JAM ESe II AGE( the F., R. & N. II. R., 1,050; acres best -grad!' :1ow Railroad. It i is the intention of the railroad rates and will agree to such rates and enter into immediate correspondence::: : good use i In paying tLi begn't. p

DR. y.* -In Pasco county, on described aiAll f all in to assist the HU'<.:rs along; Its line to I fairly enforce them in all case*. The attempts each and every Mayor in the Stale of the money got l into of
: one
mixed with marl and shell very productive, einoustrate what is !' to choke newspapers: out cf existence Florida and request their co-operation in
soil ho best kind ; :
rolling of laud and it
\ pine t was then, for
DENTIST 1ect- getting ant thi
SURGEON of up circulating a petition jo Le
and l
and all of sec. ;U except iiwj swj for tobacco and what by withIlliug( official advertisements
of swj, arc the best
of sec.,; 11, except swj varieties signed t.s extensively as i possible ant by any suspicion of the gt
& -U.TB OF CEItAR EKYS. Railroad: runs directly through this laud, and it is now the pi' gy out for South Florida. on piisorial or party grounds: lave so far all the citizens and representative'. coin was awakened. I. m .

g of Kentucky House. tp. 2G, r. 21. sule track W I sell i The above mentioned;: varieties as our observation, (extends been failures. This petition shall set out the needs of i ,
East in cover all\ sure
residence. made to a specimens
Office at being put The were sent
cd for a new depot. Airangements arc : :; per J/ the ground as some of them mature earlyand The policy makes organs', but it fails to in State of Florida for Government aid Orleans mint and I .
of
iu a bonanza case infectious and were rtCounterfeit.
: life time to scoop contagion discuses
: : BUGG & WillS a town. Here is one of the chances in a at fclO t I some late, some are heavy grades and LlIlhlup successful ncwpapers.-Peusa- breaking out. and the necesMtJ'' for ." The bro J f

the whole 1,040 acres at $7 per acre; .)r will sell t-elect 40-acre tracts I I others the finest varieties for wrapper.A cola Commercial.We : Government supplies being kept in places much of the money they

the laud and write me what joiv pamphlet will'also be issued are with you on this conveniently<'essible in case of Dt't'll.
to location. Go and see t : free with agreement. which they COUld flnd. buthCLI. ;
according
Law acre, petition shall be. addressed .
at full Ten I: the
Attorneys instructions of how ami cents a description is entirely too
bunk of beautilul Kingsley Lae: i f when to Congress 'of ihe United :States::' now in nut all that as p; -
;c Bargain. On the west plant and also the small a sum for a to I: session
Xo, 10. Special : c-. proper methods for Caring newspaper contend Washington. and to be pr :eut- tion. ,iz1ithe: sum

; -s't': =. .- of :btarke. 40 rods Lake Front. 40 acres good high dry laud, all under ei.VJ for and curing; the crop.It with, when it is taken into consideration ed tvj that body through our Senatuis aud t l.Ci C3 of the coin drifted ,

in all the Courts in tli< is :.Mr tInt to do the work ; Congressmen; and that thy be requesfpJ -
- Will practice and set to fruit trees. A good I 11 room house, giodl1 Ganett's intention to take strict at least threehundreddollars' [ where these
to young men lived
and stumped the of law lIt1
Circuits. cleared urge passage a at t iV est r
Fourth and F.ftu Judicial ___ ._.... ......... .";fI'Hl'ir-_..... observations of the coming ... worth of material is required arid at I
/iiJ wane" LH'\:"'.. cuu"'u) uiuii.tuuiiPears ." """..rur." '<..-.. _ cr0.!) and___'n _h__ possible! moment that will aiVe to..our once that they 'I4 t
100 SUpcte
bearing <
75; to "- '
-- othcr buildings! I also almost worthless for wet
expect any other purposWe.If Slate the : "
also Figs. Bananas }lums, oPersimmons. Jvvill J reports fol1partie8\ gut protection uee!.: -*l reissue "queer.

J. W. HIGGINS 100 younger, 300 bearing! peach trees seed in 111'11,1' to arrive at what is I a p'-rson is so penurious or negligent as Jiesolced, That u-'copy; of> this resolution They were tried and -

: Japan plums, Grapes of several varieties Almonds, fecans, ClicstnMcdlers L';'>est for future use on the 1\' \illsllla.K not to pay his taxes. he shou'd be, compelled be lorwarwift'd at once, duly signed by tenced to the eonTlet a I

PIANO TUNER & 1EPA1ILE11 running creek, n to the the Cj.sU.I4 and attested l 10 y the ScreUa pitntiar. whe,,,
side a printer
Bounded the south by h pay a living price for
on are now
water 1 serving; terms.
to caih of
Walnuts good 'doWolng t the: four ;rxMiatus: adu IheI They 1
work guaranteed. US years of cx- thus being well protected from the cold. This is a genuine La,I ne po<'l'mllcr Die., advtrtisirig his propem ly.. Every .Legisla..t" 0ongie.ssuien. It ii further I sent-a petition through the Conj .
? Hammock
&: r
dense jO.'l
A dy a JI. tore that have had _
Dr. we for several from .
perience.STARKE. rs. y &i.'lred. That the various their district to the "
1 :0j1 1-1ls place, Mayors President
;( gain and must be sold at once Price only f 4.000 a Of reet'I\'l', J past- has never failed to stab mo.cratie ". throughout the State be furubhrd askin*
FLORIDA. t. with f.r a remission of their
foW aS :
: JJ 'r I
.a. daughter, )Irs. .. and
AtI. sntnce.
of these resolution U
f copy and
; in some tuch.nero We. requested( to f I
press
.44 abstracts of Tlllt'frce of charge, to J. ?' lJtJ1l1mer. giving : 'e endorse them and to quite lively that they _H get their
Furnish .... trail-re pre..I! draw tile line and will sfi rve to death use thtir utmost, dom te
$
M. D. "Ot death as revealed efforts and influence to secure the do.red soon.
; to Mii-s
SCOTT o'
DR. ft. L. Address all Commiotications To n1l l>ajTnp.Jtfaff a handsome and Vore we the workat' such prices."turved end.. It is further An
popular

. :': Late from Micbi an.RESIlE'r VIIJIof that place aged 11)) A week young beT ntc's once, and'canf- d.dX. U aSain'if Resulted That the press of the Slate: ( be. Anti-Slang[ Societ.rom -
ANDSUHGEON. .-Palatkl1 H and are hereby requested{ : lo use tljcir
PHYSICIAN ra. txteusive -
, COMER L. PEEK death and when in her usual SII .!"e'h- "" fl freTstarving. Been influtnce: to secure the object- set A large cumber of Chicago

i, she went into the sick. forth in these resolutions. knowiV one last grl
week for
m'J room of herthier starving for sOT.e'- time that evening the p
I .1 Terms Ieasonale.Iv. { one night and aid !she: was ...... and expect tostarve L whatever is for the good of the biite will forming; "Ladies' Anti-SIanj
dying right 1
along. until
Store. some measure is always receive their )
atGaskins' Drug BRADFORD .1d looking iu mirror hearty support. The
omce STARKE, a said: taken to regulate advertising' The meeting wrfs called to orde.
: rates in foregoing report was :
"How pinched my face is of the uuan'mously Dc'Pork elected Preiidentakiitc
; course II :State: of Florida Can't :ale
the State adopted. Other
.
ara dying. resolutions
M. D. extending
/ TATE POWELL, I Press Association: her seat she said i in '
She talked rapidly for ri-gulate tbis thing? thanks to the Major council and citizens ,
two hours
a After an experience of twenty years in her giving :Seem* to Us that: pl wer. "that-A'ield's! the I of Sanford for the \vell-raodiilatcd' v .
: hesitancy THREE waJN I vision during; the night, -said she f r-- kindly manner in which j I t ;
the practice of his profession, has no JdUU&id had miichty: pen" makes'and; .; unmakes partiesand they cared for the "Really, girls. Ir, I .
latent and flit ; seen her r.thl'l', who had: !b-en dtad fcr deleg.r.es: and to the Die honor
the
in promising, neat numt.Mot form. rrintPil. fr" ,' I Years that she !-itiotis, could induce the great Democratic managers of the Sauford hIufor eonf'J
hi books are! nbliFh\'il In i1't ; nad Uen to a the iiuchof
asking Ilut. i lovely place
to those Tb. fouowme H.ev pre 'I'( law
- scientific treatment I of them hl\\ds.m..11 iIIictr&te1. ..vu "', makers of this State, to tatte magnificent and J
pIPf'r. and! t.iauy nJ iuruis'i' to the o ssra of ; .e I" which she knew was heaven supper general courtes 'y
I ;
> 1' .
lro.: 2t111 and heard '
said or t (
r e'
:
-v t.\
I..llt'd 10 anY Ja & into consideration .
crvices. th" UlO.t t III' cen'e. .. .. the interests ;
were
at of thehalfstarve adopted The
It' day convention :
Iltl'rature ( ttf: :.ICh(:1" I"CUW. : 1." the sweetest music there. ti -
:
.uJde.1. She
tLIrt .
.
attended. "lllCnh. IU" .. gave minute
promptly ,.. ,
Calls\ to the country umea tberncat, ...rrIt .'D (IT""". ('"n'l T..t.. At&tu. directions ([ newspaper men, and when journed SIM die. I J
4 i lemales and children special ,,"on4<" 4f te: \\.1.1.. ,,, t' n""n'" ,'ul ".! f % t' about decorating her chair in :
of .
.
Diseases .. .u,1 .tr."""' "' ,, they have: chance to do
.s. rI"tI." "h'.1\ ; I Iju so, allow them
II' '
.... su'I u' ", .n \ I'. -" <.u .' ., A .. ) the lethodUt choij a '
? Ust ,. .
which
she
ty.Office at City Irug: Store, or at his I WI.o'.-:.._. tgaOtsI" '... ,It.I&a II..! .. 1'U0.1'. A C at I...waut" "I''t.1.11'"v'' .aU Nu..I"...,Ill i I'r' A'.,\.' "T' \ I. member; how fir,?;:::0 Q .:...'e Was a fair remuue'rntion for their work. We Should the Plant syndics 't j
dressed
a.l lllu.u.lon"V L.:...... A' ".-". T I ('0. .::; ..:o::: when expect to>;join this trol of the IH.. & X. .
;'. residence in Kast Sluikc.F. : I'ro'u'l.l..n.ura!. i- ..rr".., '."...-" ..,...Otlirr. ....- >FVitr'ico..._::_,._?>: 1U11UV frl i! T!' ...:; A I dead and the n::=--"':"_:: .n".. .,.I", L. Association just to syste: -
.. ..... ''' ''.'.U. ---- > '"- lV u- lai-c left
'
----- J.:;;,,,. A. A. I i... dj. '!lie. I% Ln.n-s' -v a. llttle h-11 for some mercantile thing for Florida do wili ,
.
j ... ..10..1 r I' .1 ':11 "." .. W .. ; came JlI and in ( .0/'
.tebd bf t' u."r she
,; .. to ':\ .Al. .l. I .... : I was dead, ", caliWe wot of. At Mr. Plant to transfer the ; yI
J. FIELD TheUII. Uu-\( K'f,. ... ',', .u': os v h.&y bookWlh '1.< .,' < .. and the details of 1.aneml the same time our hendqui
\. j. ." .. ,.. .' I< D't aty came off u<:;- mind is made his from :'
-IH..TTW. q' '.. ,. 't-vr- <. rnn l'Chrl.l a "' f9i4hty up not to insert in system Savannah:: Jack.:; .
.
..... .
h to her
ia BIUCK :U4tSON'SVO1hi \:; 8'1n...... ...I,! t'''' ..,.:..". *.. '"'.a, ,... ..u..I.1.. ., >..r. .ti.v'" .KUaJ I.t,.,:"....\. ..:.. "....... i'lL,, !' r.,>.. cording' request. sf.Hue. columns of our paper tax-safes! at lIe would then have: more. mile;; I
0. ten
: "
III
..; ... it -' 4 ''1' .... : ... .........,....... PH.: L n....
i'I4.sTIJuR.; : Ito....! "t.., .:.....irC I '''I'.' ,A. ..t" ..t-\"s."(':! T, .( ":0.. .. .. i: cents a description no road in Florida than in Gtors
1\
.. \ more,
forever
.t .. ,.. Fowler and
.. r1.fi' 4.'I
: .. I.r t d It' 'I!..' and Torn Hardee, ;
I u' .... l.uo".r""r. ... '
ALLWORKCARANTEED. 1' .. .. t.1.I". .. ... ,. a""UT. build
: ., the Lord
2 II" .r.'f' .
have tr'TTX'
: ., may up
t'.e..i.rRe..l.I :
.
, FL.\. .. I iU" .. ..r''A Uo.1. minent mercy on our at': _. I
; poor
. HOX 41 M'AHKK. '".v'-. ". ... .... .', 'r. 1' i AI '14"11. joung nun at (Cocoa twoE-i
:
3087. If. .. 1 .. ., .\ .ri<:.'... ""* ''' It -. ..yL... A.I. miles below TiiUbville. II. souls-Amea. Jacksonville to .
. July .,', .. on the '

L .t." ., .." r .'...I'.::..... ,- '.,".a.t'. ,,.'Iln81'1.; .uJ ,',.,",".."..nr'I ". ,I :I ,- tatuor .of "Don River.. kill a ouarrel! to- :
: \ VICTOIEy -
) I L. KKENE I :I 1 't" .. I ,.erbs ....';...: : i young 1-uiy one of them was attending l boy I 'Ii
( my ,
'I > i '. ..... 7V MM. Mir ( profoundly hope they) wont UnionAlittioprI
I.'r pd'exchi.tiiged
', v..v 1.. .' .. .- .I ..,. .' .'>., .3 ?.H.COBIMOV. $ :: sL-ots frrm 44 ..caliber revolvers -' Like the;: tax i-ff tub.icco. for you'd become

Millinery, Fancy Dress Good it, *:. i -c..I',. ,',. ,,',,'ui,. .'' """*"I I&\I"IIC 1.' .:M-o.Ur" '''.. I t iJ. P1'. Clinoa.j .I at ;si.rt[ ,!ht'l'l'1.! Hirdee was nothing ksthan a cremation furnace, .-
.. 4'. .. .VI I I".r. ", "->.'>e I.li>C ili'ria.crousl-': not ftltv: !! shot, the ballatuii.ir with "
::
GJ.OYE) > P.lL.OL. ? ." I :e .S'. tO.IMII.: : A I'.'... .,. ill any ifor eisj.iietUb for fuel. j I mean i ; of i b i
1 lau .... i: 3".rlirM.V.fShttVr. rg
NOTIONS. .1. r : pud In boarJ ;
7' :.h ,'1'. Vr. A ...1. I', ,.. :'0. The \ .om | taieofic.* the! Itf': lms.. F<>v\ler gave h lt.- 'D.ul I ::.!
; Silk; Umbrellas; ;. Zeph.vrMind all\ kiuds >.,'- ;;! .!=.. ..\. :; HI. 1\1 lirL AW S. ,'r.J..II.rio .I.S1"'II ** *hility. >c, i i.p and w-s rui.ined:: in lie! jail here profojuclly hope they won't'take prettilin5Yer, ; I
the
Ceiled tax i-ll 1 ,
of material for ''" ... by Will !i- f.ir jwfd bottle fed it' ,\
TIft ttbisgs
'nve ; to him n" j ;
e( Qr save fic his'op'oncnfs
n"v 'in
I friends.
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c issued and approved viz: OUR- ----WASHINGTON.-. LETTER. ..', Buy. -Florida Orowu Nu .ry.'fl'reesAlld WOriDERFU'SUCCESS. ?11)3h.

t.trh4 1 ANOTHER FATAL WRECK. Get Fruit.
T T (tfBraphJ 1. Thomas Gaskins, monthly .hl. f 13 00 -* hand. .
1888. on
WASHINGTON, I-). C., Jan. 9, A Larqe assortment now
THE RAILS SPREAD AND TRAIN IS 2. W, H, Ward monthly allow'e 5 00 CIA TY ECONOMY: IS 'WE.-1.Liii.
S A 81
L17MS
T0 the Editor pf Te'TKLEGIUPH: Ki4LSEY PATiEKfS
DASHED TO PIECES. 8. Emeline Majphus 'ditto 2 50 .I All the you wIsh to D daring
day 1'Froited last season to Nursery. .for nothing,( raving of from$' $4.00)t
rainy disagreeable ; ; some I 1O t
;PUBLISHED WEEKLY ATSTXJUTJE 4. Eizzie Bentoq ditto 2 50 Sunday was a Callahan ,.. [of b
: ,BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA and it seemed as jf the President's reception V. ., ':: sepd. to A. nbbi
5. Rachel} Jackson ditto 2 50
____ ____ LEVmr PERSONS KILLED AND A LARGE but '. Melrose;'Florida,
be failure
doomed to a
% was THE STARKE TELEGRAPH
6. N. J ditto 2 50
Fursyth
L C.WEBB. KCUBEK INJURED, SOME FATALLY Monday moraine ina or leave order with
the
when Catalogue
sun arose
Editor and Proprietor 7. Vena Griffls ditto 9 00 1 .-FoF .' _* _
Starke.
.- TBE SMOKER NARROWLY ESCAPES clear ky, the spirits of Washington'speapte J. C. Cuuuv,

Subscription price If paid lu sd&aoe FALLING INTO THE RIVER. 8. Salina Gilliard ditto 2 00 rose too, as it assured a brilliant Inspection'solicitedTransit, facilitesat Jemorest's 1ttut.djagaine

; If not In advance Toe Boar4 adjourned end met again .
paid $ .5O. Each HAVERHILL. Miss., January 10.-The gathering. The programme was carriedout Waldo. ..
.subscriber will be notified when his Jan. 3, 9A.il Starke or boat at"
_ first to be received -
subscription) is out by a large cross afterihte Portland express which left Boston for I as published. The in order to extend nursery, and erectafru1t'CYaP4Ft0r Mont}
Board met to :
name, and if not ordered otherwise Portland at 1 o'clock, met with a serious pursuant adjournment. were the Members of the Cabinet C we offer part of o T

the paper will be promptly stoned wbentbe'.a.becrlpttoo. accident at Bradford this afternoon while Present, Witkovski, Smith, Beasley, Andrews and the Diplomatic Corps and afterwards y.qng bearing grove, or part interest in With Tw.lv Ord Mfoctien$r* for Cut and Paper of P.Ulof.
any
- expires. aqd Clyatt. called in their regular ." unimproved fruit land at a decided your own
other officials all
Bhort articles of public Interest' will crossing the Jlaverhill bridge over the ," or 2,500 peach, ONE YEAH
trees
,
.I* received with The Chairman called the Board to or order. A large crowd gathered in front PURELY VEGETABL f" bargain. 1,300 orange BOTH PUBLICATIJNS, I
peasure&nd published i Mrrrimac river. The train consisted of Kel' plum 300 Japan persimmon
000
>ut in writing, write plainly and make I and der. The following accounts were allow of the grounds and a long line was It ic$i with xtrtordiniry. iOMJf. .ft* 5 and. other ey select fruit In grove, many of TWO"FIFTY.
.your utory as short. possible. an engine eight cars, the doors '- reasonably.ex- $2,50 ( ).
People ed and entered paid; Formed several hours before now bearing. Can
.do not car to read long winded articles.Sttrke. The train was on time jmcl running at i The TIVERJ KIDN.E$ them of 1888 1 000 bnshtfs' of 'JcJ
C Odrims to the general public. in season
A. on accoUnt qf registering were qpeped pect .P-
bushels
the ordinary speed. A fire alarm was Peen-to peaches 250- of. Kelsey
Pta.: Jan. 13 1888. elections. $1 2C. center of attraction was the Chinese Legation -,- AND B9.L!.. plnnw. l.4XXfl'OXQS of oranges. The altitude DEMOREST's '
sounded immediately and the department .
; I who wore their rich and bright- qtaafity of soil and
;i 1-- I J. J. Sparkman, op account of bulldi ng AN EFFECTUAL $PECIFJcfOR lake protection
t ;'Entered Aecording to Act of G r.ffres, in responded, but their services were not I Jail J7? 35. ened robes of state.Six members were subsoil, thrift of trees unfertilized indicate Of all the Magazines.OBvTAnmro .

Deeded at-the cars did pot take fire. the Minister. The Kalarla: Bowel COBJDyap 'i ; a "Grand Home" tor a large variety STOBIM,Foxxa,'An>
the including
Pott Qjflec. Starke, Fla., at Second J. W. Kellum, as county treas'r. |21 60 present, .P lf S**,... Qf choice fruits. Onmge'bods H years TTaAcross. COXBUHXQ o,i
injured .
Clati Physicians were mmoned and tho Chinese Minister is the representativeof ConstlpaUon,'' JlUlcna... and are bearIng .. HoimnotD XATTBIIlttUtratixl
Matter. L. C. Hull account brick for jail.$ l 27 old endured the big free**, Tmt. 4KO
and dying w're rapidly cared for. his country to Chili and Spain, as Kidney Aflkctlons, J.i-1I-. ., golden fruit Pure soft'water, roll with Original Steel X
Truby Steroberg & Co.. of c4so. Oit fiett
on account Pholpfiravurei
,
south
We now write 1888. and who i i. alive Nine bodies have been taken out of the well as the United States. He is very Hentel Depre ing land, no marsh boldUke front h. *, I the '
stuff for jai M3 60. Lake, near Lake Santa Fe. tlnf .CC. -
that wrote 1877 or that will write 1919. wreck. Fifty-two passengers were, wounded much attached to this country and makes aidepeneva in of A" O
). R. Beasly, co. com., f9 20. and here BEST FAMILY MEDICINEHo Each Masrarine contains a coupon oraeri a'the
some of them badly. A number of Washington headquarters holder to ifaa selection of any pattern fflia

The Jimei-Union Immigration Fund these have IK-CD taken to the city hospital. J. S. Andrews! co. com., ?6 40.JL he entertains right royally. He frequently < FRUIT TREE AGENT. the fashiou department manufactured.in making number, tad i. I
bas reached over one thousand dollars The accident happened between Bradford V: Smith' en. com. ?8 2Q- attends the theater, where he { Household Should be Without It I Tarn prepared to fill all orders for any dorm of? the the ynir of the value of over three doCart '

and is Increasing rapidly. The-charming, Q.: W. Clyatt. county com., $9 80. always occupies a box. He wears an peach and other fruit trees _,t the DBMORES-rS MONTHLY is -nelly entltl 4tlS. '
and caused pear In
station and the bridge, was by and by being Jirept ra4y r1mli1edlat8us. World's Moddl Magazine. The L- get ,t2t& -..
talented and accomplished Actreu. Miss the H. f. York, clerk and auditor\ $18 40. immense emerald rir g which excites the will save many an hour of sufferi lowest possible prices. Special bargains Largest in C'rculation. and the nest TWO Doi] p.
the rails spreading near a frog on .
Adelaide Randall, a good frjeqd and 941.mirer purve where the tprn is made to run on Ordered that the public road leading envy pi all .lovers of gems, but, accord- many.' dollar.ERE in time and doctors'IS 'bilia, offered by the 100 to 1000. Trees of any i fourth Family year Mae&s5r.llt lasnen.pnblioitlon 1SP8 will and be it stands the Twt at tic.tr. ar
BUT'OftE
of Florida, )b.as offered to rive a from Jake Butler tq Sanderson be changed ing to negative style he wears it on his kind,variety or size furnished. I have bead of Family Periodicals. It contains 72 ] .

public benefit in aid qf the cause early jnFebruary. the the bridget bridge and The smoking turned over.car ran One on car to as follow-, tojwit:. Leaving the present thumb, and during the play be frequently SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR i.also orange trees, by the 100 or 1000 from fully large qnnrto illustated.I BJ.sllInchfs.PuL'Jshed. elegantl t by]W..dnted.'Jsaaaza i

IJer performances: always attracts road at or near tb? place of A. J. McKinnyon changes it from one thumb ,to the See that you get the genuine with rd "Z" .3 to 6 years old, at botton prices. I invite Demoreat, N.w York, ,
tank house and "
the
t smashed iqto water Prepwtd oaly by specIIi1Agreement Co.. r
other. front of Wrapper. wanting fruit trees of any ADd by
crowded houses and.oa. thji occasion Sectioq line, dividing sections gq and (0" 1 persons
the other through the sleeper. is now over and J. H. ZEILIN 6. CO1Se1Pi.pr.tors, .
The recess anything
holiday kinds vines shrubs roses or
there wont bp standing room.r 30, thence dpe south along said section Fi iladltphil, Pa. FP.TCE. UI.tIC rtot.

LATEST DETAILS. line to the Lake Butler and Starke road. Congress is preparing to consider some, .-- --- .,- in this line to see me before purchasing TieR 8tark8'TelciI'aDh at$2,50 Per TcPEEBYTEFIS

-4 We are .Informed by the Lake Butler This train does not stop at Bradfordand Ordered. That Commissioner Bensly be very grave and serious questions. NOTICE: : else here. I am connected with Berck- -,

>.Cotton King, Mr. M. L, McKinney that was going at great speeds The On Wednesday, the first heavy artillery mans and other celebrated,nurseries andI <
and is to examine the
hereby
appointed
"to has up to date bought 185 balm of cot- i iDofroin.tbe Georgetown branch train.was standing on shots were fired. When a motion Nyas guarantee all orders will be filled with ) .

immediate neighborhood of1aate the truck near the water tank house at the bridge across Alligator Creek, en bturkc made to refer the President's message to The contract for repairing the pra.nt exactne&of kindtaud variety wanted, I ISMilie .

for and Waldo road and if found necessary Committee, Senator Sherman Bridge or the building of anew one as may bethought satisfaction !
Bradford end of the bridge waiting the the Finance creek as I am determined to give
\ flu'Jer, most of which has hem across Alligator
best at the time
jiauled.It o Starke. The sale of this express to cross ovei to Ilaverhill. As to. Instruct the Clerk to advertize for let- of Ohio, delivered the speech upon on the Starke and Waldo road,will be let to the so.that I can do business with the same P..nY. & lull.. '
.. cotton out the contract to hare said work &rt t Ind'ler. at the Court House door in Starke I.kI Ie S..eLD e 1
the rounded the curve two ing bridge which he had beep at during lowe' 18f18. parties in the future. r..l>Tt rUm w.kl j; 'DbocripUOll FIC J.18 .
.: a dollar into this section soon as express ON TBTFIRST: MOJ many
repaired at the next meeting of this of week. He ably committee for the & Pratt's Real 7.: hate..tlDI .. ..d the H.& '
"' cars left the rails and went crashing into whole the previous By order o:)i. RBeasley Office at Gardiner Sea" DO WOO Sfl! wl'l 700 01 1M..
.gt was an opening through this Board the principles of the Republican Board of County Commissioners.rtDir Fla. Pu""'" for OM jnr &JJo1 oup
championed Estate office Starke.
,
and demolished the water tank house in tThat H. F. lUrtlt. "
tttry there would be much more Cunirmssioner.Clyntt\ be authorizedto party and was listened to with Oerk ef the {Ctreuit Court and..Exofflpo Clerk AiDe" Longfellow in His Library,
di tribut d. Lake Butler lies in this house a number of section bands were for: the Board of County GEORGE A. GARDINER. ,
Auditor
AM
jnomy act In conjunction with. the Columbia de p interest by all present. Afjer the auJ ..' by Holly- SIZQ.J4x3J ioebo. 10 MM,
,
_
"ihe the eating dinner. J. O'Brien, a retired merchant ('emniqioner.u _- n Posam $nd p&ekl" "( ra..u'sU
rpuUfof Georgia an.d Southern R. conclusion o{his speech Senator Vorhees :
authorities and have the bridge :
county
f
Band will some day be a place of no of Bradford, was talking with thesection across Olustee creek, at Providence church arose to. defend the message of the Pres $$500 RE-WARD.: PATENTS SPECIAL sty. ea lIs,4.in. .uTpeOt! OFFIBPWe .nra, p.'." 1T ,
email hands and was filled, together WL. Clio ""i4 IaIW vi 1111I:
Importance. ident. His speech was applauded by.his -tal. ElllbI7..a .
ho will mini IkJ.U.W
.
repaired.Resolved\ FIVE HUNDRED lit elOb l pr.oo
REWARD OF sd ie FES
with Taylor, one of the laborers. The A. .. for the paper ODe y- SM as.W.Vh.S.
clear exposition of witS 10 to pS1
friends and gave a Ae County of bt r..r.t .Id' -.$US.svD '
That Justice T. J. Bumn be DOLLARS will be paid by 'fe nory tG
It was rumored in Starke last week that the tank house H frleada orW.wUIII tIJ
tha crashed into t9
ONCS pc your '
car of tae Democratic party on of It T
the altitude conviction
Bradford for the arrest ana ... 44re
ohio Ill &
and is hereby to call the together -
requested Jury .11700
Ooreiuor Perry had become'insane from knocked the foundation out, letting the the subject of the tariff. In the words the party or parties who assassinated FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, I 70.fl.UALD liar & t-RESHYTEB.

softening of the brain-but we are glad' to heavy tank down upon the car, crushing whom he summoned to view and of Burdette: "Each one bore Off-the George C. .Miller in the town of Starke on i73 ELM.ST., CINCINNATI,.Osio.c ... IJJ4
S
I-, be able to give this rumor a flat denial. through the top of the car and doing fear hold an inquisition over the dead body of palm" as the adherents of each c1aiirtthe I on the night .of Januay 1st.. 1888. .issT-cni.2'::?Sfl id a.C.e4u ou.eflt:fQ *bC5 ape fOr NO sample I l" o.py'1.2.

Governor Is insane has George C. Miller, on the 3d ins ., and that will i Offered an'd'published by order of the SOLICITOR OF 'AME {
p Ferry not never ful work within. The next car behind victor. It is expected that this Board of Coliny Cnmmissloners o/ Bradr CAtfiND 1

had softening of the brain-bo has sentPJDeJmSiJred telescoped the car ahead 'A it, adding to said jury elicit all such evidence as may i be a very long session. There area ford County, Florida.. .

(' dollars to Jacksonville as a. the havoc. The killed and wounded were come before them and put It in prop great many measures of impgrtance to LOUIS WITKOVSKI, I L-*r -*

"subscription to the Florida Immigration mostly in those two cars. The cars be shape. That in case said T. J. Burrin the country to be considered and some, Chairman.Board of County Commission : FOREIGN -PA-TEHTS '

fund Good for the Governor. Now just hind those two ran down alongside the fails to do so that Justice P. P. Wynn be like the Tariff, Restriction of Immigration ers. ATTEST: and Tlltt PII1I I
II. F. YORK Clerk of Circuit Court|
)1 appoint a Magistrate for Starke. Governor Georgetown train barely escaping a col- requested to summons a jury and hole The Utah bill and the Blair- Educational Ex-Offlcio-Clerk and Auditor for the O25 F. St. .tiear U. S. ,Patent Office. s \. B

and the last lingering symptom of your lislon'with the engine of that train. said inquest and that the Sheriff nol\fy I bill will be sure to provoke long Board of County Co lIl'i.ssioner50 .' i 4 P

rumored insanity will forever disappear said Justice once. and heated discussion. Of the 9,000 bills _
TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.The WASHINGTON c. TORPID LIVER.
] FOR
people in the soioker had a fearful The following persons were appointedRoad which were rejected or passed over by Dlisolutioii off <;o->artn.en1JiJ'OTHE I

the and Bridge commissioners for the the last Congress, a very large propor- FIRM OF N.J.JONES& CO., is this day AH business before the-Ui States Patent A Id 111 ver derange the whole y '. 1
THE CORONERS INQUEST.The experience. One of the wheels on tion have already reappeared and it is olved by mutual COD. sent N. J. Jonesis Office attended to for -mod fees. Patents, tern fo, id produces ,
Coron'er'a front track broke and the car bumped Districts named to serve during the year duly authorized to receive all money due. the. procured in the United St nd all Foreign TIp
[ findings of the Jury, in estimated tba.t fully 80 per cent. will bo firm arnLpay all indebtedness of the same. "- c-ounfriew. Trade ..Ma1'ksPIs registered Si Headache,

[tat* murder pase, were, tha the de- against the end of the bridge causing it 1888For back within a month.On N.J.JONES Rejected applications ray and prosecuted Rheu-
District No. I.-Jesse Reddish, W. B. P. JONES..Janna.ry Information and advice& Costiveness
the ,
i cane to his death shot to careen and the car ran up on the first state 5t obtaining Patents Dyspep JlIS
by gun Thursday evening 2, 1881. 6 cheerfully furmshetl will; charge.
M. and A. W. Nichols.
Redding
A1ndfr-.eI4 'in&beiQI\n.he hands oflwU bridge for some distance upon the sleepers, dinner was given at the White House. Send Sketch. ''Apdel for freaf' matismSa w Skin and Piles,
For District No. 2-A. J. McKinney I ,
then careened the other and leaned opinion as to pat ability
Richard and way There were thirty covers and only the remedy for ths.-
the iron work of the side of the W. :N. RoVer.1*and J. G. Ritch. Notice. Coixes, of patents f uofhea for 25 cents each. There Is no bet than full's iIv.e- .t'
ag&Yntl
"' members of the Cabinet with their wive'and rpIIIRTY DAYS AFTER DATE I WILL APply P 'rre8ponJ tt. common dlae prove. Price,as*..
show' b dge. The of whom thtre For District No. 3-S. W. Lamb, C. W. JL of Bradford -. I Pills,as trial ?1
L1g to this state passengers, a few personal friends were present.The to the County Judge coun. -. wherc.
Douglass and J G Roberts. Florida. for an order granting me leave to .
brthlng 7wa8 based entirely on lh statement were about thirty found themselves at great east room. was transformed i ty.sell at pi irate sale and convey the 8 E quarterS of, 't'4'1t ou.s c vsTorri.T'ADK"itoUTH Sold

_ made b? the deceased in his dying the top of the car while U seemed to For District No. 4 Hardy Hodges, T into a miniatuio southern palm forest W quarter of Sec.34.T6, B22 E,in said coif g: : i

moments those who had sufficient presence of tn.nd R Douglass and A C Odorn.orfljstrci and the display of flowers was finer than Blythe.ty. the a.ame minor.being the JAMES property M.of JOHKoor Mary: ROCK $3 PARTS Piz6, ,,11OPEOPLEuswtr *-*

Upon the findings of the Jury warrants to think that the car was tumbling off the No. 5-W U Pinholster, J any seen for years. At every plate, ex- Jan. 6. IKSW, Guardian of said i I t 4 .Cut to ordi r from. ,
to the river below. The M Kellum and J M Murbc, clothes carefully see -
bridge .
issued and we learn that Lewis Richard pasienlirnanPM <>pi>tiug that of Mrs. Cleveland, were ted for sf\'le '" 1teEvertL -

were has been, arrested and brought to : iz 2'oiD-.1ric!: No.- w 6-J, \, n: _'", 's J wine glasses, while by the side of hers Notice SHIPMAX of InsoIvencyl.. \1\\ _.4D1O'I or t\o i1: -
ADMINISTRATOR
stood a glass of water. VJ. THE rcc.1tir ,
IStarke and will bo tate William Hayei.{e of Bradford -
- Next week Washington is to be favored : n.ti" 14 ; o.t s D.7XRT.OO'L
DWOd, U. county in the State of Floridtleceas having ,
our' are n-tarned as uiis.itisfuctory. -
irtiwi O.De 1 -aur.4
: *' filed in this Court a wrh suggestion off the
-I I Pi'escott and PPISr with two or three rare musical enter > "
insolvency of said notice is
seriously injured. .ejW hereby given
..iiiiunary bearvery For District No. 7-J tor.s wasllayncs tainments. The Symphony Orchestra of to all persons ha u lainis against said state 8EEDNUAL. ;

In County Comm". ooer'* Cn rt. and W D Jones. :ury for Boston is to give a grand concert at the to file the. tojjyi samp me.before duiy the authenticated.2d day of July:according I ,f

-. JANUARY ?, 1888. A list of the names of 300 c'le"-.I i Albaugh Opera. Ijtouse on. Wednesday A. I). .(. J_..R. RICHARD, 1- PAiiTs.r I888OALL

AU tIle WfrQrflTeSWV The Board met at 10 A. M. Present,, I selected fvom whiclv to draw the afternoon.. This orchestra consists of on ;\ County Judge.SALE. 1

-' Louis Witkovski chairman, M, Y. Smith, the 1888.Chairman J" early a hundred pieces and ia regarded l"e.Fbi.. .Jan2,t . __ 'Laa4 t
year
were delighted, as were all those I 1 ne ; thfr Thevjj -. ..wakw .
L- tended I&turo of Prof. M. IV Beasler. John J. Andrews and 6.W .. Witkovski being called I 0 old_ JlB S Tell us about what out dIsg ts_
wba.\ t \ Young "MU LU I color yoa like. send us Invaluabl to all.
'\beothcr night at the Court House. For Clyatt. at 11-30 A. M., M. V. Smith was elected I I UR1T yoUr ,WAIST HIP and Ii IiEEDS l

L -, Minutes of December meeting read and chairman tern. ftSOflt-. \I 4A DCCBKK or THK CIR- *__ iNSIDE LEG measure I __ leldorFiowep.
taoebousness. comical and ludicrous description pro. HHte th judicial Circuit ofinappreciative '
; always complaji} that they
# togetberwitk-1 and 35 ets.fur for
approved. postage prepaid
ia.
The business for the term finished UDty of Bradford in
Pref. Toung t4 the cake being audience v and packing. Or send U t-ts., itheto
.ea of J. L. Turner IB Waiton yma AITO BT certain cause therein express .M.ya.CO.Detrolt.M4ot1..
Approved applications t to the office of this and
the Board ot us or
and be spoke the simple truth when he adjourned. than in any other city they visit, but' ILcorav .J L. Alvares amInisflorida. paper. 11'&
and T. Hazel for in and f age of samplos will be mailed you. i'-dndinff -
J. pension. JIlIard F.Brown deseased
aid U was as easy for him to lecture on II. F. YORK, is to b. hoped that thIs time they maymeet ancery stttiflj Gtaorge W'. Wiley and good linen tape measure lwe hav .deposit Tkle paper U keit..lIe....
Commissioner Smith appointed to rent with the Proprietors of this a number 0
paper
it for his hearers Clerk and Auditor. with Oil *onPt'ndlni, "yere defendant& I will sell at 3!
Temperance, as was to a hearty reception. ort 'Jnor these packages for sale at six vents.
S .' poor farm, with instructions to rent to trator the Court Rouse door.in YERSOLDVERT1SINq .
A, B. C. He told several witty anecdotes day and Wednesday' evenings, Mastert radroM County pn the
say To the Honorable PLYMOUTH ROCK PANTS CO.
of
Board Co Cornmissioners.iad '
the best unty
i- advantage, musical SIXTH DAY OJ'nBIWUY".)..1888.e .
Josef Hoffman about whom the l
comically illustrated and r.cliverod, being the first Mon in said month,
Passed resolutions condemning the mur- ford county. Fla. IS Summer St., Boston Irian .
!*
which brought down the house world is at present raying is to give twoS the legal!hours of sale the following lands
every .der of O. C. :Miller, and offered a rewardof The undersigned County Treasurer of All who have heard him rpn-51 in the County of Bradford. In said State L *
told of bis concerts. rennIa, and known And described JGENTSPOflhII1TO
\iaie. When he us success as > as follows rIMES
$500 for apprehension of murderer said county makes the following report for der some of Bach's or Chopiu's.wtft'- The north east quarter of the south west L. C. HULL

*n Organizer of Temperance Societies, we with proof to convict. the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1887: 'cr of section fhirty six towD8hJp seven i ,
PHIUDEIPHUI
lly'.ljelieved and he has our solemn pieces unite in saying that he is the mOof range twenty two east(0 e of the S w BUILDING ftet"flS t
The following accounts were allowed To cash on hand last report on wonderful child-musician this gener-'Fec. 36 T 7 south of range SJe containing 40 CONTRACTOR 2 &, BUILDER. rOnwvIm IUUTWII
that he 4s the best Temperancewe .. .' *> more or less. Terms Cash. Purchaser .
account of Bonds .f471 97! LIiUIL0atLowsitOaahRat..ini.a;
and ordered paid. viz: tion has seen. *: -ii.or Title. HENRY W. EPPERSON Sheriff. ,
ever listened to \nd. if we NOT. 19-To amount of tax col'd. .. .54 .
One in favor of II. A. Farmer, on account I. B. RHODES Es j. Complainants SoL S.T ARKE, FLA. m:2*AVER & SOl'S MANUAL f fLAKE :
ilically inclined .we believe To amount of tax col'd 8 09 Thousands of children who die annuatarke> Fla.. Dec..28th 183"ly .
of lumber for jail, for $4.83. Dec. 5,-To amount of tax col'd .15 84 .
tild come nearer inducing us to of those disease incident to earl), PLANS and specifications furnished on t
One in favor of I. C. Webb. on accountof Dec. la-To aiouato( taxcol.d..23 36 notice. work solicited VIEW
Carpenter
pledge or vote the Prohibition childhood, could have been saved by DrlfERIFF'S SALE ,
printing l.lank forms for use of Clerk and promptly! attended to.
o man on earth. He stated $519 80) Bull's Baby Syrup. -
any Circuit Court, for $11 00. Hand made brick for sale, either at the
ad never drank a g\\\\ of whiskey Contra. The painful consequence of impru: kiln or delivered at the depot.
One in favor of E. A. Touer. on ER CLAY CO., FLA...
account By am't Coupon turned over to m BTThTVE of As EXEct'TJOY ISSrED
e. and he thought he was a fair dence in eating is speedily removed anc the Circuit court for Bradford County I July 30, 87. tf.
Elections 2 30. Co. Commissioners .$ 48 00
of Registering $
f health and manhood, and a BY cash hand the depressing is quickly banished bFlonda, dated the .5th day of ft5{ I
One In favor of M. M. Hale, on account on to bal. 471 80 -88;.in a cause therein pending I
of what a man could be -- the use of Laxador. 25 Cts. \'. Port.r as plaintiff and against Owen I '
of collecting Revenue, f& 4$. $519 80 -m* /rea4 r ad ;fendant: 1 have levied upon and I S. J. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S .
the a1y spirituous itimulantg cuneabove-a.t public sale.before the Court House I J.
six feet in One in favor of L..B. Rhodes on account To Cask on hand brought down .$471 80 CONSUMPTION SURELY county of Bradford and State of C BECK JRi"

f. must stan _TAr M" of salary as County Attorney $20. JOHN W. KELLUM.i To THB BDITO-Please Inform your* cured dunnit;the legal hours of sale. on the 1st Iera .,
looks reme- e 6th day of February. A. D.. 1888. I
weighs about 250 1 i that I have a positivi remedy
,
One in favor of Morgan Bros, on ,ac, con-vm dpscnbed I'Hw in said county .of I MILLS

e he might' be able to knock'lie I count of stationery for Clerk's office$2.20. the Honorable Board of County Com- Darned hopeless dtlease.cases have lSy Its been timely use torjl U el.and noint State on sotinn of Flrida IIn.rllritfln". oo-W'lt:S..ntIn.Begin.. I I.aid ,

,own. baa ravelled\ and lectured for Iifl favor of Sanders & Cardell in mtesioaef&of Bradford county Fla. I aha be glad to send two bottles olff' -*' a in'T.: 7:R. 21 east','375-feet east-of the :FD.A_ : COMPANY,
18 in Texas. Delivered the first The undersigned Treasurer fer said dy PBBK to any oi your reader who b. N. W. corner po>.t of the N. E quarter .of the
years part pavSa ot,for jail roof, $75 00.. sumption It they will ajsnd m* their X W. qiarter of Section 25. T. 7. R. 21 east
Prohibition speech ever. delivered, in that f Messrs. Coekrell& Son County. make the following report for the and post offico address. Respectfully thence rinnuiK South 278 feet. thenoe West 375

State. Last year they had'a election, in on One account in favoX of.rep. seuth,1i the county in, Quarter Ending December 31. 1887. T. A. SLOOU-!M.C.,181 Pearl st,Mt hAre thence feet theme East >North 75 feet 293 to feet place to of said beginning.corner post Also, MAnUFACTURER r REAL ESTE & LOAN BROKERS,

Texas to prohibit tbe manufacture utxd To cash on hand as per lastreport. restless at and 1- portion of 'raction No. lying West of said N E ,
Court in CovyTiHouse suit $100. you night, .fV
Supreme .. quarter( quarter Section 25. T. '.S R21 Dec.23. tfGtUC.
sale of ardent spirits and though defeated One in f .vor of W. T. EdV rds on account Nor., $2,57943 .b.u d cough? Use Dr. J. II- east as follows: Beginning at said N W corner OF AND DEALEB 1N I '",
7 To
rec'd License Tax.. .147 50 post of said N E quarter of N W quarter Section
polled over 150.000 votea, the ma- of hauling jail stuff, for ta\20? NOT 1-To rec'd License Tax..5 00 T.: Win n m.a.t will/ :'. T 7, S R& east, running thence South 93 ft. Sawed and Dressed Yellow Pine- .

against them being less than pae- One in favor of Louis Witkovsaj -" To rec'd county proper... .1 08 sound sleep, and effect a pro.J dis- above hence mentioned West to a Lake Ssction, thence Ime,North thence 293 East feet to to Lumber of every Deseriptlan anil '

tenth of the' :population-this shows account o{ money paid out for labor on] .I. To rec'd Road Tax. . .M cal cnre. ATI I place of beginning. Quality.
,. **, To rec'd county .It 18 ou Property pointed out br Plaintiff's Attorney.
successive work of Prof. young in proper Laths Pickets Bracketa
Railings
the JaU fO. UX "\if. To rec'd Road Tax ....<8 12 There are many accidefcier in Terms Cash. urrhaser to pay for titles. ., i.fe,, send for iOG BUYER5
that State. He is now travelling In this Pec, HENRY W. EiTERSON. and Finishing Lumber constant on -' cx stanixg colored p&at
Owe in favor of Mills Staffer wild cat *r frTo rec'd county proper .31 28 eases which affect stock anVnedied Dec. 30, 18S'.,' Sheriff of Bradford County 11X1 cnKTavic a of diflennt brtwla,
State and commenced away down south. T. rec'd Road TaL15 84 hand. Ifea .
scalp $a. ; inconvenience and loss to t.biVol. pr they am wtoth.and where!

and up to reaching SLarke had organized One in favor of T. T. Mansell, on account M" Tarec'dLiceuse2'x..10 00LLZJO his work. which may be.quick- ,.. 1 1 I J3?Special attention given to Filling bnytiwo.Dolf&ndBxesdjn4rP.rret.Duectkma forTralatB. lUflS'ox
20
Councils of the Brotherhood of : rec'd count/proper. .19) &cuit Court-4th Judicial Orders with Dtepateh. 1,1 Cents. AlaoCui at IJ (
eight of repairing bridge across Alligator ,' l6TDk'iod' cojfafy proper.. .46 12 by the use of Dr. J. H. ? \ Circuit of Florida Pi.rntIiaj Goods of allM4lt11LLIuJ

Temperance. He organized a Council creek. I1; 23. 4. s.To rVCThnd Tax .. ..23 36 canic Oil Liniment. BRADFORD COUNTY. Scroll

We. which we hope and trust will en- One in. favor of O. W. Adams on ac-i \"Ifo rec'd License Tax..4 17 WorK, lp

its borders and gather in the rattle- Sick headache wind o' ?t i IX CHANCERY, Tben send f Practical FOULY --
ge count of work on Jail, $30. AND Hooi ; iu hesu- _
bite all the old Beavers in Brad I $2,907 82 biliousness, nausea, are p:L colored Ulatea ci, yin \
t favor of Louis Witkovski ; jj. B. McSCillan nearly all kiads of 1ob .
One in ou Contra. I
-- ; p-
ty. Prof. Young, we wish you account of money for work on jail $6| 25. By am'l Warrants turned over agreeably Little 1 Liver banished bj Dr.J. I :Martha: t.s.)t. Ball)}Ling Vegetable and OrangeCRATES tM1a plans at for tho ouLt Lnesia bonsinIorn2ataoa; noi to espIze; '

Qa. for cancellation. .$2,112 03. and Kidney. Pell 11 I opening and e complainant's bill aboMncutors.and n-ere (.buy
One in favor of John Rohanan one Eiig. froui b-.t azock
.Cash QB l and to bal .. 795 89 vial, 've stated cause. it appearing that the do- .5 skiing. :Sent tu 1 itt, 1.00
Wild Cat scalp, $3. 1k d.iut Martha M Ball is a non.re idnt of the
.
and resides in the of
County
Iji-aU.n ely.d. One in favor of James Johnson, one ?m $2.907 92 I A full lino of school books at B. JJ L4Jdkuk. Territory it ia orde ed that

of wild cat $3 To cash on band, special or bridge D."J/ I" made as required by law of the A SPECIALTY. fl'0.'Rflesdthol1OOKOPC4OE

scalp, fund brought down. ... .. $i9.5. 89 When nature falter, and' roquirrrecruit 4 '.envy of this suit and unless said defendant k 1: eel. SAQ .
.l':1nt'fuf
One in favor of J. B. Gunter one wildLct her enfeebled her appearance herein on or before the tration" colored plato.
** J. W. KELLUM. ener"les1'l1h .* SIXTH DAY OF FEBRUARY..D., 1888Ipleail. iTBdtetiat ana trroJjogodtcvir of all kmaaC.u
scalp 13. Treasurer. H. McLean's Strengthening Conliu' answer or demur to the allegations ALSO FOR sALE brds cum pIo.auz'].low and Pft'J.1. I--- .'
4 titFarroU.build aDd 1&0olI .
ul bill
the
2t same will be taken as confessed
Commissioners received bids from a.t AYJA.JI. AU .
e I Blood Purifier. $1.00 per bottle. '.her. and final decree rendered accordingly.inc aU kIDola d.'t c* Hailed Price af "
etG. to
essrs. Trimble & Hogan of \\, Courier, _ _. ', and ordered this 28th day of December 1' Id Cents. The Three*No Book.40 CU.l .!
Stop thM cough by the us<> of Arer'sCherry : .q7.. H.F. YORK CLERK. '
and L C., Webb of the Telegraph, offeringto Pectoral-the best specific for all Exposure to rough weather, getting "VS Sol. Complainant. 8' I I, I II : '0. : .,I 1 2Sosth ifJjip"ANCIER8,htJa 8treet JadeJpkla, P.. >

do'the county printing for the year throat aqd Innfc diseases. It will allay living in damp localities, are favoraol) J.-/ \ I ) .izt..

C 1888. The printing was awarded to the inflammation: aid 'Aspiration and the contraction of diseases of the klxlu ---I. # :
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:--- ---------------------- 3
Telegraph ut the following rates. to-wit: strengthen the yocal lagans. Ayer's and bladder. As a preventive, and ''ried

tl 1st insertion 50 cents per square; eacItsequent Almanacs are free to n.t.,Sk.. for one. the cure of nil kidney sand liver tfouU ACRES Op UND .

insertion 25 cents per square. use that valuable remcf y. Dr. J. 11. jrc Agents to &U .1

., Tceasurvr J. W. Kellum made Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm. $1.00
Far better than Suitable for Groves
the harshJ went of the HISTORY of Orange in Lotsof

: for the quarter ending Decem- medicines which horribly gripe e pa. per bottle. _ BLACKPHALANX 10 acres and n i>, as may be wantedNov C

t. 1885. to wit: tient and destroy the coating of th atom- 1-iv.AvR0Eu _( Iv-
If you suffer pricking pains on moving ;
Wainwright, Berry Thomas and ach-Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills and vet .- ,
the c:5.- or cannot bear. bright light and j I. .. f
committee furnish
ynu, to speci- "
Cure mild effective action : illIC. I
by yet .._.. __ .... ;
esUvates of amount af lum- find your sight weak :and failing you s.. .r .j
Sold at SO cents a bottle.. 1 tdw,4... *1 CONSUMPTIVE Gt KY.UrtV St
I
thould ) a. 5.sam. 4.T..I thi $'S
I promptly use r 'nn. Cornmefcia
0 build said bridge, subMit -. _.,._,. wIs.. It. lsI S A Ute ruw p nwdAud'$CINCIR TONIO wthoet delay. CoiIeg l.EXliiaT N.KY. ...

showing that it would Strengthening Eye, ox 'bIN4 .wont pot1DdthaicU"&l1.bla Cheapest Best S/s/>es* Cs/A-oo In fA*VtcrU. .It-
Persons. who lead a lite ot exposure ares Ap. Ps' ) S" pUk. B.e.Inward ExhuuiUoB. A.h. ] lh",. .
1 R.no.aM' .. t.
I lumber to build said hvunatinn. and all pain ana ConWn .. Cnl"f.t1a1. 00 Al1.111
.plil'
$ ; Fem'e -J..hJ., .
and fS"17 ir 1; ,
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;Starke Telegraph.I If | have .. Twelve in the Bunch, Gen. Anderson and a Mr. Caffal, COMER ]J. PEEK: I Highland Nurseries. I 'THE GREAT- .

: --- We were presented by Mr. T. W. civil engineers, are in the city mak- FLOfjlDA NEWSPAPER ..

'ia-: 1888.4TyMEWa. Newberry, who lives at old Fort ing a spy survey for the famous ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NOTARY Tested rarities of Peach and 1
rke I'la., of growing for a FOR TilE PEOPLE.
plum trees, mj own
Harley, with the finest bunch of Florida Ship Canal. They will remain _
succession of Fruit from May to Octolrcr. -
trees large bright oranges, it has ever in Starke about two weeks.: STARKE, BUVDFORTJ COGXTY. FI.ontD.\ Also 2000 LeConte and Kcifer Pear trees (THE

beQoIr} pleasure to see. There are Mr. J. P. Pratt, civil engineer, will ABSTRACT OP TITLE and Real: Estate all at very low prices. 0 C Kxox.

i.f4.' tbe Suh-Trop- just one. .dozen on a stem 9 inches assist them. Abstracts law a Specialty.furnished showing every Deed Highland Florida DailY TimesUnionAN S

':'IOm.etbiug for t the tong, and the smallest orange IB {3inchesTin "George there is a sadnes and melan- Mortgage Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment, Attachment Reference by permission: C L Peek. .
f"-" and all matters of Public Starke, Fla, with whom if more convenient
( ; diameter, Mr. Newberry choly in tonight, and Real Estate EIEflTP.tGEPjpEfl-:
your eyes your Record & file affecting Titles of orders be from
placed or
may
III't.) : .. at Jones & Ilciberg1 : .*. gathered and sold from 30 young cheeks seem blanched." in Bradford county, Florida, up to I be obtained
; ( date Abstract.. whom further information may Has the Exclusive Franchise
"Yes Naomi, I am far from being ,
Tees 33,000; fine oranges this year, happy." Headquarters for FIRE INSURANCE dcc 30 87 tf of the Associated Press, Des

is ill at his home and" received the higheat market representing the Liverpool fc London & patches-the most efficient News Service ; -
f ; LMc'o. very 'Confide in me. dearest Let me share ia the world. Afco, a Special Telegraphic -> .
Globe, Co.
: price for,.them.. Our bmnch will go your sorrow. Have the buffetings of Starke Service! and the most complete

: place.' : to the SubTropicaL this cruel world cast a gloom over your State Service. from its own Corres .

... t I colu, .&ts and bay at Jones* & with the .nayLodge* If*. 10, I. o. 0. F. soul. ?" J. W. HICKS MALE AND FLMLEINSTITUTE pondents.Its Tek>gr'iphic; Orange Quotations. .

-W--' 'Well, not exactly, but you see these from all tbc'icmtiing: ; Cities of the Union .'
rL- join May liodge atits last regular shoes are new, and they pinch ike thun are Imiispcrisablc to every Fruit; Grower .. .

.:. Jeap year bal I was postponedLltp \ & meeting iif the year 1887, elected. der." i and are wocth to each one who baa a .
week. CITYRIUUEItAND ,. 'daily mail twenty times the' price of the
q the following named gentlemen ai Oar Jail I paper. Its' Vegetable Quotation .

..,. 4aUY the car-load at Jones &; its officers for the ensuing year: HAIH DRESSER. are also full auo compiete. '

Ii'" r : "A. L. Scott N. G. The Jail is now nearly completed al- One year.. ... ......._...... ... .$10.00 .
ei r' a thougha plain and dingy structure outside, OPEN AT ALL TIMES. 6TARKE, FLA. i Six months"......... ............ .. :5.00

*"Cardell have rut a No. H. W Epperson! V. G. is as neiit- and comfortable as a Jail can Threen.ontbs.. .. ..... .... ...... 350 .
.r' e : One monibl.. ........... .... ... -
F. J. Field .w. i.oo
.rItpon the new jaiL d Secretary well be. It is supplied with all modern SHOP ON CALL ST. JUST' EAST SPRING TERM OPENS JANUARY

W. N. Moacham, Treasurer.. conveniences. 9th, 1888, and continues Six Months.

fth1l1 line of shoes 'n a few day an These officer were Installed in OF RAILROAD. RATES of tuition, 200.. $3.00. and TOE .

t .. &I; IIdberger't due form flth inst. ,the Description of the Sutro T&nnel. i Will constantly keep on hand'a full $4.00pcr month.month Music payable, $3.50*t the month.end of Florida
fF. on Friday for sale. each per Weekly times
line of the foltowinggoods
S .. This great work is frequently talked of ,
} l )& left ester- in the .J). DANDRUFF CURE to cleanse the hair. Every advantage offered to those who .
y 1st
: ) njg Lizzie Sparkman meeting new year, by In a most ignorant way, writes a correspondent .
education at a low cost.
, desire liberal
, "J CREAM OF ROSES for the face to a EIGHT PAGES.
jor a visit at Palatka. D. G. Master C. Hull. Any Bro. about the Sutro tunnel and smoth address, .
freckles further
k: ? remove sunburn, tan, For particulars
It Is a huge tunnel that has been run The Best and
, aiDS-in-sbocs for the next let visiting Starke will meet with afriendly under the mountains to tap the famous the skin. M. A. CLARK, A.J3.Principal.. Cheapest Family .
from this Comstock mines of Virginia City, Nov., A full line of Razors and Hones con- Weekly In the'South. -
greeting" Lodge. .
Rivers.fife. 2
stantly on hand, old razors repaired.
J Y'H. and afford a sluiceway and escape for the ,
, :' : : meets Friday night J. W. HICKS, Dec. 23. '87-tf tht .
Lodge every !loS>ds of hot water with which the_ deep, i :
Annie.rown lias been in STARKE. FLA. Contairs cream of the dally for the .
on lower levels of these mines are deluged,
'! for the past few days. Ionia Scraps. The temperature of the water is 195 de- THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE OF week.months.Only. :1.00 per year; 50c."Twr. six'. .
SfcBOTffle_ greek and 12,000 tons, or 3,000,000 gallons f -
-merger Splendid weather now, just as fineas are carried through the tunnel THE HUMANAs
rxessrs. Jones & are every LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED.Send .
weather. twenty-four hours. The tunnel is four DRUG STORE. well as the animal, so also Is the sap the :
l1tiDg lumber for a new warehouse. city miles long, and the water is conducted life of the tree as well as the vegetable. A sickly
The rail-splitting" dance came through it by means of a closed pine tree will produce immature fruit.A delicate plan for sircu'ars. sample cop *. .

I Bartow Informant is increase off as expected. .Things are serene flume, thus confining the immense massesof will produce immature vegetables No man dare .
: It is vapor that would arise from so vast a find fault with nature,she always docs her pRrt:
/ as good: I
u-cclumn
!it paper. and lovely now. body of water. well;but man must help her if he would reap a TJE FLORIDA F.iUILIEJY -

"' roakt them. Mr. Osl orne" has commenced- When the water leaves the tunnel it harvest. If you want a plentiful and well matured

I IOn has lost. but 7 degress of heat and is harvest of golden fruit and large well matured And Fruit-Grower
the fii>t of the week there spring plowing. utilized for mechanical purposes by the vegetables use"THE BEST FERTILIZER" andit .

rrer 50 hales! of cotton on the depot Some of ui enjoyed the Oyster tunnel company, after use being conducted will give you all satisfaction and leave your THE CiREAT.ILGRICULrRALPAiER
through a second water-way tunnel Groves in&good healthy condition for winter, ,
.! form at one time. Supper at Mr. Paddy's the other 1,100 feet long and thence flowing a what more could you desire. All orders will receive -i ('F TILE STATE /

It wa quite a treat. distance of one mile and a half and emp- attention. Address: all orders to i .Ja
. I night, hugely. prompt And unsurpassed in the South. Practical)
.G. Alvarez' have Into the Carson river. The use-
lr. tying
) greys D. W. BRIOHAJI. :Manufacturer
I << Ionia is to be quite a lively illustrations in each number. Indispeas-
getting ful qualities of this vast stream of hot L. GASKINS
J. Lakeview Clay Co.Florida.
.Pea a feeling of envy in the hearts ble to every farmer; gardener and fruit
place.: Kingiley also. More fun water are great and have been recognizedby Parties can be furnished with any quantity
grower.
//J ill lovers of horse lksh.tx. m. to the inch than sectionI the dwellers along its course. In one DEALER IN they desire. D. W. BRIOHAX. One year ..... ......... .. ....... _$2.00

; iquare any instance dams have been built forming Drugs & Medicine: Six months.. ........,........... 1.00
M. Hale, our worthy tax col- : : know of. After :Sunday school I I pools, in which men and boys have the Starke Fla.Ph"sicians' Three months..................... 50

to r,, ii in town. All interested I'j' .on the 1st., some ot the boys had a used advantage also for of all a the hot purposes water bath.of a laundry It is- FIRS* CLASS PRIVATE Enlarged cd form changed to a quarto
conveniml hi
.1iJ letter give him an early call. the horse race. New-year comes but and a tract of 1,000 acres belongingto PrescriptionsCarefully Persops subscribing size for bfaung.before January t.-
the tunnel is irrigated by itIn BOARD
% .
company at all Jiours-day or 1888 the
Compounded get remaining issues of the
We would\ call especial attention once a year, you know. addition there is a plan on foot to lead mjltt FREE. .
present year
of Mor- The ofd Maid Dude is silent now. the water with iron pipes laid under the INBRADFORD STARKE
F-\he new advertisement O\ surface of the earth and passing near the July 26, 1S71-n 1.niVES&. FLORIDA.0 tg Sampte copies; of all free to any

':"l also to make tt further subservient to
r' "
Sifting TilE FLORIDA. HOME.
4 man's benefit by supplying,artiflcial heat JOINER
at to hot houses, in which early fruit and -0- THE MORNING NEWS
r leS. D. Moore pool room was We arc having delightful weather I vegetables can thus be brought to matur ,, BuIldlUK nerooms 15 x 15flnl lied

;jobbed of a k.g of liihkey and a on ainco the new :year set in. "Wo all ity.-New York News. :tn planter paris and furnlabed
STEAM PRINTING HOUSE.
STAUKE FLA. with neat lien furniture.0 .
boxes of last Saturday ,
few cigars on enjoyed the glorious birth-day of The Boys and the Rod. -

gbt. our crucified Redeemer, and Christmas It is sheer nonsense to assert that Kates per day,week anti month very moderate. Printng. Lithographing, Enjratinj !
the not just as good as they DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Rates: guen ou application. Table supplied with { ;, Stereotyping Book
our boys are
all Lib-
? this communitywith the best! the markets afford at seasons.
-J. J. and II. L. was spent in
Sparkman Spark- ever were. They always were wild ani ral discount from regular rates made to parties BirxHuj and Blank
'pua left Thursday for Decatur, Ala. cairn reverence suitable to the mals-that is, the best of them were; but spending the w inter season. Ow mjy to our lijj'it.' Book Manufacturing
StarVe consideredby
,
when they get into the harness they do dry healthy atmosphere is :
iJrlwp they expect to engage in occasion.Mr. better work than was ever done since best many points learned in the State Physician at which as to or.e pass among the win-the THE LARGEST CONCERN OF Tl

l'lUiiness.T place Thomas Hagan was the happy Noah stepped out of the ark on to dry ter. The "Florida Home" is a handsome buildi -KIND IN THE SOUTH.
land. It's bad form to grumblc"becausethe :and is located one' block from the Railroad
of recipient of the finest Christmas Passenger Depot. Starke i is 2tt miles! south ol:I r I Thorolshl equipped and complete
law will not allow to beat .
you your Baldwin and is reached by theELMiuLni! N a-'
'* Telegraph' Job Office has. just present donated in this section. It children over the head with a chair.-New ration Co's. Lme. _:gnettrt.. ..:...... i-I-'mFSfli\ MMMMg 'gmt machinery atf
tl.oiHHa_
1 attention inra-
;
I' given _
1
.tamed out JLiiD neat Wt!t '.1r i!'.: York Herald.
3
most skillful 1
was presented by Mis. Tom. Hagan, -- W. V\ MOORE, work meCOHPOHTI0XS ]

. 1Ph1Jr the Jerusalem Baptist I and Tom-wcll Tom is the happiest Addicted to Club Life. m Starke, Bradford Co., Fla. MANUFACTUREElte
i is N "-" ,.b'o.. _e Incoming so addicted Dec. 9, 1887. BANKS ANJ) BANKERS. COUNTY -
ion. I fellow we know of-its a fine girl. If etublife! that there's some talk of est'bhsblD OFFICERS. FARMERS MER

: '* under; the ablefkanagement Our friend Jesse llagan is off on: summer branches of New York TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES, ClIA MECHANICS. AND BUSINESS /
OrngeCoh1ege, ubs at the watering places. :)(EN GENERALLY: about pac-/! /
of its young and good. 1:1", a flying visit to the beautiful city of PATENT MEDICINES, &c.. Kon G, Edwante Lester, ing orders! *or anything in the above lines.

Prof. Deuton, i is Palatka on the. banks of the nobleSt. jj'aim of de philanthropist' not to PRESCRIPTIONS CARFFtttI/tf from a visiting card to a mammoth postcr V,
t de
I presfve good eggs, but }work de dad or from a memorandum book to a 'main
Late
U. S. "
Consul
Progressing flue!)'. Johns. lIe anticipates having a ones *".er an,' palm 'em ofSg agin.-Brothel COMPOUNDED AT ALL HOCUS. to Italy, moth leilge.! are requeued to give'Ihb

'" .-' ------- nice lime. 'I ; author of "The Glory and house a. trial. -'u_

,;Hr. J.V.. Morgan and WalterTw ; say Gardfo&f JI.J J KST1I.L Proprietor>> .

| $ left on the early train Thursmorning Miss Kirzie Hagan is visiting Anthony U. D. MINER Shame of England." "Americti'a Whitaker St. Savannah, On. ;. .

*'* to take in the Subv and having a delightful Advancement," etc., etc., otc., I

-t i _time we hope. i writes follows .
as
ttoical EXp06itio ,;....- 5,3j :
___THagan gathered NEWS-HERALD
., "'%.r. B. P. Jones of Valdosta Ga. : : Our fflen New York August 1. 18fiT.l(
VJ.A::: L':. V7th st.' J _
Lfent' Sunday and Monday in the j fine oranges frothfomr t Dr. J. 'C. AYE & Co., Ixinc-1!. Mnw., aLORIDA'S GREAT" DAILY,' .' .
.- I t ( t-1sueI!:- A M'PW of pratitudeRini ..
167. lie was on a visit to his bro- Who can beat it ? the desire to ininirr Of'n'irf' to thu DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS.VV '

JtW, N. J. Jones, Esq.We Mrs. Mary Jones still lingers; flin4I1I, i! tah p'ibliiiinjxil, I"t'ul: me it) nirtkc the following ": <<
Published at "
J growing weaker time My ('i.J.Vrre! career,at NVv Ifax rn.w... Jacksonville Fte. >.
have : as passes. We .... vary Day In the Year.EATON '
made arrangements to iI1! -rri >tt-tl br a t>e\'<-r ulit tImIi) ; ;
'f;Jae, hope for her entire recovery. 1.VATOHMAKERAXD {eiiffpW.Ml:: that, for ten J e.ir*. I J.ad!i a .
) | next week 2,000 extra copies I bard "trit.!. lf fur life lieu orrbace
:
the Our Sunday School isutill flourish ; ; : m zmv nocm c. I'D' --.,.-.:.
>f the Su .Tropical. How is that frou thiv.c.iiLial J ]niN-iirfS! / %'tS tl ft S
.. ; O. l.auit! (Ir aln.-' fieali %
: ing. A e\ery : ca.o ure. jIlTED! PRESS DESPATCHES
frTHE COUNTY PAPER? prayer meeting has been JE1VELER.: For ja:- 1 w'., jn I' organized for every Saturday night. jircitiJioners: : ithout avail. At I ncLVDUfc A iracui. *
STARKE, FLA.Lp'ciaI I3JIt. III! au.fil ofAYfr's
2Win:
; ,
Tyion
: : building an addition We bespeak for it a good attend :! attention given to repairing Watches CA.23Z.IS NEWS SSRVXCBFROM .

\b house. This I is another of the : OClocks and Jewelrr. &c.. &:c. All work tlou Cherry Pectoral. FORE ON LANDS.. .
I
I at reasonbble prices for cash. Enquire of Rich- ,

, /4Dy improvements made by Mr. ance.We got the glimpse of a Palatka I PK1f10 ard& Pace.3TARKE. ....... whit-Ii I iHH'l; ( moderately and( in !inall.a FLORIDA STATE NEWS:.
--------- --- .
th' f
fJl9D in the past few months. 1111"1:5)) rn rpuirri-nrc of a roM
last
boy Sunday. He looked right LIVERY STABLEAND (If jiiiy hfNt ilill.ctiltN! Itr.1I l from which Y WIRE AND MAIL A SPICtALTY. "*""
I invariably founr..liof.. This
llr.D.F. Peach Willi
MeDo7aid7 of Lake4NALkler pert. tree planting is now over 25 yp.ar" ten.Vitli nil forts of

wt gee from the rec- the order of the day. 4.12:11:3.Work : exposure: in nil\ Puns of rlnnatrs, I liavi Tt* JI & of haytaz IR Jbt a a 11Im.
patent
IItnPf.tont..n11M ...
nevi'r, to tblh da) bail any &:1>1.nor 7cer1&
&' ; has invented and received a will WDER any attrition of il.r throat or Imif"* 'IDEJlOCRATIC 1d to
commence on the Christian FEED AND SALE STABLES. '
,1Iic'h tf'i
I not yicM JoArEH I t KEMIT
; UNITY AND
SUCCESS
Itent
-: on his vegetable alicer.n : Church Monday in good earnest and .be l'F.ITOR."L'itLin :V4 ll0llro ,-
._ _- & Of ,'our ,' I hm i* in Mr nllpufil my- and the jiropcr representation of the State's tmrfMMntereet.
,. Bev. Dr. Cumrningsieft Starke | pushed! rapidly to completion. ... MoIutely Pureul8POIrflAer self to be wit t.out lliis T.5dly! in ail nir .'", caused a large number of weahby dtiwM:

'i' J* day noon for the M. K Cotifer- a No sufferer from any scrofulous disease ,. varies. A marvel Co voyages anci ttck.: 1'i.ilir my ovn to form a Joint.stock: company to that tIllS.and by
,t i It), 8tgti: and wholesomeness observatin it las rin'l1 1'1 lid to uiitnnmb uniting the two (3allk .tbe Monxnre Waft and QMEIxiULD.
,'lice, North, which, convened at St. J who will fairly' try Ayer's Sarsa- T ; ()! .' than the ordinary \rs of pf'r..o": \\ ribit, a, utc. ra f" 1 providing an abundant capital new material
nsed of iiillyuiii'atJcn,
parilla, of pulnionaiy such
dispair a cure. This Ca,2,, sold iii ni and a competent etaff of profeMfonal joovnalieta
competition
e
of
.:/... ltine. He will return in about I remedy purges the hlood of all impurities Moj"pu I&.LIL (10 of low test, shorn s croup lI1't'n and prl''n'f'll rtipl.tl'ri.i tbiouph in ;:ibiMrrn.5u efforts.I lifolias 'iey have afforded the people of Florida

'flek I : destroys the of scrofula kIp1S, r phosphate powders,
and
,
germs rerommr-nd i;>; n .e in 'lijrht but frequent Representative Dally Newspaper
;
.1* .. --__-_ I grown. infuses new life and vigor throughout wthveiiht t ; Horal Baking Pow- ilosos. Properly n-Inunisturfd,in
alL that ia benefit and an ornament to the State t*
Jesirs. Jones i-st., N Y. 'direction.
i accordance with
Hciberger have the physical organization. Sold = ;your *, it is which it la devoted.
fine I J. Crawshaw & Son \ "" I ,
$ large lot of stationery FARMERS der Co. cc: t A Priceless BlessingIn
ANDFRL'IT GnowERs.-SenJ
td this a consignment of fruit April !:> "' ...""..I/r..... :,;:.> THE DAILY NEWS-HERALD
week at the TELEGRAPH your name and address to the publishers 4ID any hon!!". T pp"ak pnrll..l1y beavwa
office from Japan, consisting of First-class turnouts furnished at all I feel *artu'tly.! I have known jr.1117caxes Has the Acknowledged
where all the first-class of the Times-Union, at Jacksonville, Fla., :hours day or night. of rtppwpntly! t'onf.rmf'fll'rfllI.lir-,.
LARGEST
;.; simmons, 550 kelsey and and i-oneb. with loss of voii-e. CIRCULATIONIn
cornea from. get a sample copy (free) of the Florida Terms Reasonable. Give us a trial. jwirtirularlv -
curiosities chcst HRICE1roU siiu':iif rler2vin: and tlicr' pul.Ic! Florida.SumscRxm'now .
& sundry as Farmer and Fruit Grawr an illustrated -
extra 1) ANDREWS & ALVEREZ, .I j*akor.- pcrfi-ttlx' cured by tbii mcch.Cll1e. I .
large edition gave out loquats, camphor trees, 16p paper devoted to the industrial de Starke. Fla. Faitlifullv vnurts. : PalO'aSJ'
C. EliWARDS
LESTER.
f before the last paper had trees, the Canton hybrid : velopmont of Florida. Every is3ueei1- 0. "'.'r.' ...............................IS."

left the ires8T"R| shows left tains articles that will save money fc PARKER'S Ayer's Cherry Pectoral !Six! Muth.............................. 4..00
a themums etc. They those engaged in cultivating the soB on Rice Mill HAIR BALSAM '. [T>re6 Months......................... ..0.
4 great demand there ih now October 20th, reached San leansea and beantlflea the Mir 'l Prepared >.y I>r..T.C.Ayer! Co.Ix>well,M.... On Koatli............................. .,.
Le cither as farmers or as growers of Iruitl Promote a luxuriant growtlu f Bold by all! DroggUw pd,. DuUn in M.dtcln.Ireparation .
TELEGRAPH November 26th where Never Failt to Reitore Grey SUBSCMPTUU TAKE IT ALL IEV OKJILE ....tM.
-------- ------- and vegetables, and it is also one of thq s\O ompany, -- Hair to iU Youthful Color.

Literary Soqiety will meet thoroughly overhauled by very best family papers, containing many FASELL STREET irecscalpdlfesuiesand 60o at [lMIII'II1I't.hair.. faJUlog THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
valuable and in house-1 ; '
the Inti.rThe inspectors for scale and receipts suggestions
iouTumtght at S.C. PARKER'SCINCERTONIClnn.1uable
g1' RIVER, CHARLESTON. Many peopl.redding at a dittaneo from dany ntk
hold A will
economy. sample copy cost for Couats.Colds.Inward Pains.Exbau UQQoPAINLESSCHILDBmTB.
will be injurious to vegetation, commnnjcoUon do
6ame progrninrne nothing. Send for ". RUSSELL, Jr., way not care to take a dfinewfeper. .
you one. For tbeso and oihen ia tdWeek1yNeYslleraI I
pnblis
lUuLIr Francisco November 30 .
that was adopted at thc SUPERINTENDENT. .
know.jeadstAmp
HOW ACXXmr-LIMir Every lady honW
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; here December 27th. "Miss Allibone. said Mr. Beau last !. BARER KVM.CO,BolWl Bu3alq.N.y. After FortyyeiiV
tSting
of Rice carj
the solicits Rough to
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S.ciety. I i-iy Ccml.zilsie&a- experience tb
BLOOM, Bat in *
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Sunday evening. as they sat by the dim PERSIAN ..;-4
A excellent condition L .\T 8c PER BUShEL.'l : an>l Klemiiih Eradicator kaown. of mOl9thaD
.. *' are ret1tte..teJ by the two light of a turned down kerosene lamp. rate in the neegrowinguarant'e .Send stamp for trial package. Addres.*.ab.... Tbonund applications for One patent Hundred i* ,
and fresh as when taken ( best turn the United >iaiet and Foreign coo_ OUT EVERY THURSDAY,
|me> music teachers to Bay that "Your voice is a constant reminder to me theyeIJ' '? ':,,-, : trie. the publishers of the Scieotifle/ ) .
,V The freight The and a, first rate "sample. American continue to act a* nolioitof* CoaUIntag the crrtan of the nutter peblbhest is
ground. of beautiful \h Mr.
!
Beau .
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f thm 'JO and th< song. Shtc& Rice Barrels at 40 for patent.i.CftTrats trade-mark cop,-
are yet GOO:; pouud I rightn.er:.. forth* I'niteil Male*.an4 the dally daring Use preceding eera dije.
: Yokohama to San how sweet of you to say that. Is it to obtain
sold out o. 'jrace at about 10 cents. patents in Canada. FogUnd. France.
; maid ic teacher inn I German,.
'44 rnu I ?" "Yes, the 'Star 'Ii' Rice from depots or kICURE and all other rn'totnen Theirezperi. One Dollar a Year,
,'p 8,000 miles, amounted to ; any particular song Fmgh ence is unequaled and their facilities are uojmrOrawmei ... -
,
paueed.
get her advertising done 1 cent per bushel. Comes
because
Banner:
Spangled always I ;
New you : and pacifications prepared and 114 A itdrfts,
Francisco to
of San -.. of Dressed Rice only 1 I. the Patent Ojf.r".o short notico. T"rms Terrreasonable.
cost
with 'Oh .
begin say. j I Nn hire*for exaininaiiOD of
c dollar. Cheap rates of freight mo!*l4 T. r. STOCX enO.Bx"D.
miles, |50; from Ui drawmiri A.iJiie hjr mail free
2,500
L B. ay ,. Charleston.. Rough Rice : Patent'o'>'*,n...!throll M-inn t'o.arenotteeA ."
K Alvarez died Wedne* ns to Lawtey say 700 'fable boarder-'Waiter there's ain L.. sample at best market rates, for 'FITS! the lathe larKOBt.CII'\T1KIC circnlatmn: and AMKK1CAN.. me tuy-t tnllnential ba. \

lOrnitg and was buried in theCemetery Correspondent I this stew." Waiter cheerfully" _iy: quantity.: The newspaper t>l 111 kni p'.blt.lIe.J in. tile worleU -
Lawtcy adrantngca of such a notice 4aAKE
every paI.nt.sunder'itiine.
I sir it's a rabbit stew." pound out and sell a parcel for I I'L Ii .
She ; .
Thursday. Highland Notes. 1 i car lout: sis a trial, and yu I This\\trgr. and -n.1uly! illaitrated newspaper
: etbut a jcuug woman and had do." ;ns :uioll.er. or if you prefer 10'' When I say dtntx I do not mean merely to Ispubli.hedVKKKL.Vat to bo th..I..t paper devoted(100 a rear to Kienee.mechanic &edsdmitted M.
Rev. J. D. Johns was "Give me a kUa my darling. them TewRl.i
send us rt quart sam pie top them lor time and then h.ive return intntiun. en inesnnK works another
Warm friends I he In her rig1i KADICAL CUKE. .departments of ndmtrial ,,. iig'ud
1 who are left to He said as gazed eyes so blj again. IxRA. A progreso. pnblished
: her loss. !I Jan. 6th, and organized "I won't." be said "you lazy elf. III.iz. Tuidwe \il! make you an I have made the disea.e off I all patentees in any and cointrIt.til:f of e..*contains ry invention the name patented of (..

I, land Farmers Alliance, Screw up your lips and help you ',_ ___ ___ I II I FITS, EPILEPSY or bold each by we all lu new.deal'ro.Try. it!four uuntna for one doll... ra.h...;.,.....,.%td.t. .
f : Officers will be If >oa h"va an indention II) patent write !- :
evening of this, wefk bers. List of People will not have new couf FALLING SICKNESS, I _Hann A (;o., ;uJh.h.'rs of Soientiflo Amertoeju .
I Broadway.New Yor"V. ..
tYOUng, of the good old State later. The Farmers edy when they know the value J. T. WILLS, I A Hfe Ion!: !ttidv. I wAiw4'rinyremedyto Handbook about patents mailed fr .. "' FL

delivered in the Bull's Cough Syrup. CURE tht* worst ci'es |vcan'' .> "thers hare. I 1 :
enthusiastic
able lie- Law .
a very very nxey at failed is 110 reason r/Or! : n"\'" r' r.ivti.g:t CUT C'Liidrciiil ficely take; Dr. J. II. JIf
Send at once for ntn-m-i":::'IFitI'! :: P.OTTLK ,
:011 that last She stood at the gate in th '
most vital subject, stated meeting on of niv ISF\I.t.IIILY.IY"JP\ (;l i\c l:>pTessnml Lean's: Tar \1jI: (' and Lung Balm; uulik'! ;_
tWiligrrc, And wt -. .. ,... 3
-'Per&nee." tf.\RhE. FI."a \- PMt of
? His address was quite a number she felt neuralgia k. trial, audit will cure ym -\ilrc-.i! cough >;nip-,. i it conluim I no opium will *.

---- ': and earnest, lnt remarks membership were re but she only smile, &rVc. 'n *l* Li3 L'odI 81* t>e 4 D4 515i H.c. RO T. M. C. !183 PEA'L ST.,flEWYotK other :Llltl| hc.il .vjv: di
.1 flrsting to his listeners both i iyoung. I lar: meeting every I' invested 25 cents in.. $" -Iciituiu.Issai-. -------- -- -- : ',. : ...: : : ".... ungs quicker |the1l| iiy (4lt] ; rtutcdy., .,

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b'J'ATU MWS -The quantity of fish olFeicd for South Florida Exhibition. : '
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The South riuridi Exhibition will he EEE E .AT J: AS
,. ale on the streets of LaV 'City is so ;
Clipped from oar State Exchanges. h held in SanforJ. Fla., February 14th. BAZAAR.f.I : S 5 ,
be the
imisually great as to Mibject i : :
The Orange Belt railway is within jf general remark. The bavs and'Mckerel J' 18*>8, to 23J; inclush'c..s this i is of vital ...'- .. A KEGULAK- J ,.

importance lo South Florida we would rc- .
.. two miles of Tarpon.'A I P. O. .;
1) are fine, and its not un- (j ue-t Uie hearty suppoit of all JuttrestedLaige BUILDING. .

lime grove near Sauford :yielded oiumon to find bass weighing from premium will be offered and ample I j. ..' "HARNESS SHOP

vvi'l' l f.u all -c t- **4*'- tI. :
exliii'ilvirurtla .
1 ,OOO last year. eight to ten pounck pace >e provided -. .:
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i -- ------ -r infoim.iiic.n: cm be had by apply- JD E ALE S S I 3ST :; '. Where Horsemen wall. find a well sei4teti Stock of

.. : There, were 436 itinrziagesin Diival The Specr and t Gum Grove, r,n L i in.; to T r. inarms i S.T el, :try and Trcac- SCilOUL ..i .

.- county) last year. the oalhliits Sanford, comprising I mir, bunfoid FIa.- Ki ;inunee Le.uk liOOK STATIOXABY OF ALL KINDS) AGENTSSEASIDE ( ..: Harness Saddles KrMlp. Collars

.: 'The valuation of--Oiange-- countyproperty only) .font1 and a half acres is sail to Tj iy lar .-t 'o\\ ia DakoU is n'por'cdfioin -j.lt"Y thcv R 'tr wc -. Halters "l .hil's., ; Lilies Hrlishes-

".. is $4G52OOO., je the most profitable )pit) to- of fruit (.ass {'Imlll" She 'tuuN! M\ feet } : ,\ 1Q) "rZ' : S Combs .5 Blankets &c &c.,,

l and of its size in the United Stale huh at the 'Iniulclir* a .ii 1 though thiu in1e..hj. LIBRARY ". .

Tlie South Florida Presbytery mt-t 1 !J. w i ilt- 1.t100) !to)11il.. AXD FIXE CIGAR '
'I J
I.'ear's
limes Ill
(tof on
ciop I PRICES.All
-- AT: : RKASONAULE' .
last !
; Sanford Monday.:
at
grove has already lucn t-old for THE SWEETEST TIM? FOR COURTINC SUBSCRIPTIOXS RECEIVED FOIl ANY PAPER OR MAGAZINE. Orders

A stalk of Sea Island cotton seven $12,000. I solicited and prompt attention given to same. .. goods .warranted to lie as repl'e cntcci. .
-- -- 'Tis plca *
feet high has been grown near Orlan- Mr. D. A. Robeitson;: Stowed u a WhfD the eoil is britjatiy glowing, January 13, 1S8S. 79 12m. S -*: Repairing and Oiling promptly done..

On '. winter ---- ,
night with your own truelove -- -- -------- -
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edo. stalk of sugar cane a few days since, --- -
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Many orange tieesbavc- been which equals any we have yet -een. While the fierce northeaster's blowing. 8T ABlE Examlfje :.My Stock. Compare My Prices.,

shipped to California from Inter I[t was fully matured to the height L But pleasanter far is the summer night, CARRIAGE FACTORY

When the dew is on the roses, !I Newingham. Call St. Starke "
lachf.P. of 8 feet while the extrtme length And fair UiannTs silvery lightA D. ; ,

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was 15 feet. If it had been left a beauteous scene discloses.C .
in the
The strawberry .plants i
of Plant City are full of week or two longer, it would] have: I then to wander through the prove, Wagons Made To Order -. '.\
>icinity ,
matured 12 feet.-Lakeland Cracker Where the breeze with balm is laden, .
.blooin. And softly tell the tale of love

The.:' Orlando Record has been L -The -Agricultural-------College-- farm To a fair an.1 gentle maiden! Plows) Made To Orden" New and Valuable Nursery Stoctkpresent ;.

1.cbauged s progressing well under Piofcssor Oh. the soft, the balmy summer. night, .
from a'morning to an eve- When kit}dids are sporting, __ t

.jning paper.. forage Whituer's plants direction.experimented Among. with our the: And Is the wo 8wl i-ee t'.e:test fire-flii time for. Hashing courting.bright, Repairing ct t ""all kinds 'dona neatly, and witfc, dispatch I Wo to you a list of valuable fruits which are intHspen 'able t(. every t.J

mer who wishes t) add to the value of, anti beautit'v his homo.Varmerseau .
Tliere were 105 deaths in Jack attention has been called to Egyptian, Albany Argus. I with a very small amount of moijy ami I.il'or, add several JWBHJ

- ;sonvillelastyear, or 13.7 per thong;. Ge"l1 Canned 1.00.1 in the Arctics. IIO] -SIIOIXG drrcl per cent to tho value of th.ir property anti tha happineami I i-umfort of thcjb
and Swedish
____ n clover, Texas BLACK-SM ITIJING homes and family bv embracing the opportunity b"ru otleru.l I ofobUmmgat ama lt|
mtlnhabitants. I blue wheat oats etc .ill Lieut. A.V.. Orecly, in a letter upon .. coat the new. and leading varieties of fruits suitedo this e'tion. viz : ftPEAKS.
| grass rye, the effects of freezing upon canned fruits .. .
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will mako effort to of wl- <.h arc flourishing. I and vegetables, -eially as regards tho -- ._: "_- -. ---- ---- __ lJ-
Dc'Lacd an ) e-r fill .
---- texture an.t Jlavorof tomatoes, corn, etc., kinds'of Iron a 'dV: \ od Work s licitPd.If S 7 to 11 fj-.t hjgh.Barrett I"IEjHA VATES.MULBEIIRJES. &

removed fron .... ..... .
)ave the county teat -The laipc.st increase (If woik says: "Apples., peaches, pears, rhubarb, Ltcit; .......... VScents.each, $JO UOKwffer I.ilJfJtl J.I\f1t.f\\'l"tt.UetJ. : ::::::.: ;::::. f} lIe..4 \

Enterprise to that pbee. devolving the Comptrollerunder green pea, green com, onions, potatoes .... ....... )
upon :I and tomatoes were all subject to extreme yoi want a Buggy Wagon Buckboard Phaeton O: oru's bummer,.. ... ....30 cents eachDar.f..anie -- t
the ,. Surrey, J. ... ....... ... io
The commissioners have awardea cl I new Constitution and law* tempeiutures (over 00 devices below zero) fi irge Japan, 50 ctnts eatli : ,

contract for the calc of the Volu .. enacted since it ln-canie operative and second wel'oJicl for mouths thawed at. a the time.following The or another: vehicle from a Baby Carriage t, a .Band-wagon price_ as.sto.udar.ls_ or bteillni. "hilt.Kt'r.r S prolific. ... ...
summer they 25
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; 1:1'" .rLt'am
sia at $1 l2'a month. has made it neci-ssarv for him to j winter froze foojl again. All the arI ,
: county paupers ticles can supply your want on short ii ticc. .-_ ..P _\CIIES. 4 to 5 feet high. J ----- --
immc'l
presented the same appearance -
enlarge his office to three rooms in- Peento and .. ..... "> I
.. The Railroad Commission has acceded as though freshly canned and their Honey >L'TS e
.
O.I I btead of on<. His force now occupies S flavor was as good when the last can Hales\Iex! ,n.lt'r"t'ry Early.....early) .. 't Y'IIIi"Illllut.! : .... ) .-
to new rates for the S. S. : two roems in the basement and was eaten as in the first month. It shouldbe Carriage Manufacturing A Specialty. Pallas (siedhug of Honey). f X ct'-each' oJ'?l ljBlood 100 ('11111" >f I =
oneon J-I l* u C ''' tuuts. J-SOceeU .
& G. Railroad which were asked for i understood that these were first-class (UoldeuYellow.. ... J I Jij.auI! :> ......... I .
the tecond floor of the capitol canned goods and from dealers of standing .. '....'. -1'ilIIL. : .. .. .....J
The old maiket place in St. Augustine and reliability. -- I.l.l.an .... .............-.. .
building. .' .- )IS.iott sht'J..... ... f .:. .ilUllltl
_ "Cranberry sauce, preserved damsons,
known as the slave market, A\ E'P ; : PLUMS,4 to 6 feet high. .,J J.ff
A singular freak of nature preserved peaches and fruit butters suffered !, MO'IPZ t S .-
is to be restored at the expense of f maybe certain changes from candying, etc., Wild Goose..a cnt: -ach. .1.p..
iu 1'ruiius Pas-a"du red! ..... GRIPES.Scu.prTI.ng .
seen the of Mr. J. E.Story ,. ( leaO : I
which
grove detracted
the city. sumewhat from their Japan Jledlerstever( ) ...M ** ..... ..... I
_. on the big Ekomokhatchie, flavor, though not materially so. Dealers S \ J" Jielsey. Japan. 2 years.. .. ...(M> ." .". LitaeL'EaRk ... .......... JPEPIXO J-/ 5cents MI11t. : .
The citizens of Fensae-ola havc<: in such preserves predicted that such conditIon 'E 1: 1 .. ....a:; 01'11.111 vanety. ... ... .. ] .
fifteen '
miles south of Chuluota. St ,
and ch inges would occur. I had Jar lIe Jria S I -- -- -
raised $ 39oOO, of the $1OOOOO ic. His trees are heavily loadt-d with I also canned turnips, "-quash beets and ... *
carrots as well as pineapples cherries .. JAPAN PERMMMt.V one j ear.Seefllesg or 51.-)Ion Shrub.Anr'thingde.stinedtob..omt .
for the Pensacola and Mobil] ,
quired ripe oranges, and also with hilf] grapes, clam, shrimps and crabs which -- .1 :.... ........ i the belt mar
railroad. grown green fruit from last June's although not subjected to such extreme -- t .kniong. extni largo. .. .. >50ecnts each ketf .tir-. ........ .....WcenUeacHFIGS. .!t"
Zingi. su. ar sweet ami mb .. I .
Watermelons from East Melbourne blooming.-Chuluota item' Nc.s11Icra1 and temperatures thawed l't as pt'atetllyithout the foregoing yet injury.o froze. 1 To ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS m TO'ALL OLD SUBSCRIBERS 4.----. J1:

still in the market. Excellent :. can of any kind except a few, say half JII
4 are V APPLtS 4 to 6 feet high. VV hi'- MaCla .JIes... .: ,"
dozen
of fruit Who
a butters
their '
__ was ever burst renew Snbxcriptloii to theSTAKKE .
diet for Christmas week.IndiauRivcr I i by action of cold or heat. No illness of Red A..lrachan...... ...."... 1. ?.".ru""i. "" .. J) .? ceata eaclt *
Mr. Thomas Xewham. of Col- Alexander.. ... ....... 23 ft'nt each. .. .. .. v:.::: :. f :'
News. umbia any kind occurred prior to our retreat TELEGRAPH Crab.. .... .... .. ...... )/ Gre.n.. ... .. ....._.J
; CitS', was painfully wounded and those mo-.t inclimd to canned fruits .
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k Let' th words ring out throughthe by the accidental discharge of a pistol and vegetables werethe healthiest and ., -- -- ORANGES.; ..1
strongest of the party." American paying :1 no) in APRICOTS. '.
< ,
land, "fewer acres of corn but in the hands of Mr. Sirnp'on. Grocer. Wlil "I. ''t'll par IX.a sSvS 25 BOOKs-10 a week tor 26. week.. J S-f-5IiIiZS. 5Wt-t.. ... .. .F\ tt' Nt l't'nt... as to Irt .1
::
Earl> Oolde-i .... ....... .. ..
'r all v \ A :
() o I.'iti ao\l1I1l.! 100
more bushels to the acre."-Lake The ball took effect in the left thigh p.i5 in "C will tnu our pajier for one year al tents c-ach. nim fC ..'Ilr.. ru llpecial rat, .p.

How They Drink llcer in Spain. 52 "'iTAiP .:., I' tI n 1''I .t r.-; ..":.' '" ,I tC,. -rl1In". t.. .-f'. ". .-.. Russian .... .. .... i Ta.enn. ... ... .. .... 1 .
City Reporter. j jUt below the Dr. \V. It. dial .f.QfI t. "Iu.,1 ...
hip. They drink beer in a curous manner in A'1itiUii.1( : G.. v.1:1 t'i:1''O"O1ll/r._ .:' /1. ---- :ta IIP ... ... >60 cents e. '.-

The ker was summoned from this city to Spain. A coirepon nt of The Hanover by thi 1 "' :"r'm.. t,. Pc:'. li tnra"r .:i QU1XCIA I'in:it :iittrrun.uiit-iluiiiiant... anti..others......., ,*
entcrprihing people of the Courier relates how his guide, a Frenchman print..11 ':10 IH Itn' au.1 .i! I/'rl4).1 I'n.rl' ;Hllt ,,.;1.. I.e)''. I"I" _! "J',.. n. ,'. 11 rU1 Orange.... .. .... ... ... .'. -, 25cents 4-!';
attend the wound and the] a.-he.f. -.:w'k-.. It 1 nn:1',: t.) '..';,',. I''II'I'. I'.n"d'HI. ot'm.lUr.. s. '.1. p.leu. W' 'K. "." ub.. ..t'hm rf>....... ..... ] 25centach l' - -
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1':1" ;
fcatern half of Lake county llave: -- patient vi.it,a by brewery name of La*lOsse n': proposed firm with to crihc'wellll\"p'mM : .C.,at 5 r_::' & "it ,r,{1. f'. .:' '. -,".'_::'I ,.,.'. r'z... ,, : t: .:..r: 01d n""." ';of."11._l"'II.I""" .,\',"J.c..... .. .... ...... > '-. All warrai.tod as per Order. 4
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by
> opera a a 4-
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ono ad7ertis lf: reTortcd (roY r-w'l1. < iLl .1 1".q.. Oar 'artr"'i ,. r..r.tr."t't sc't'} '. ,
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LUi edj? jlfrfni phlets to I (German name. It was notable for its !..rr'1.. fl.it 1"rld I,. II'' ,,...i, :1':1 II'!,"' tl.P'1,0..1'I f 't' th',_.t.. ,T".'!,,I'1'' ,. 'J' ."". t '):1 '.
-- tf J.p.t"" r a tI .t:1I',1 ,1',1 1..1'1,. .. ,, ". ." .t : ", t'l'. "I ,I. 1
-: ,'( their section. The Jacksonville Metropolis nrt t cool. accoJiiinoditions. The vveitlier: was BtNQt.T H1" ('Ualt : 'l'U'if:1',; t.-tl'J" i"tit" ;!. .... .1' :.'1' .I'.1."..":'.., ..'.vr.m..,.a.",r.i.o'tu j :':. .'.,. I \Veariant eae-Ii. awl every tree to of:hi variety, anti kii iy ha\ft "
: :. ) L'i well a' a I ; rI.t' a o.l''ialc"IItllt't with Hie uniTs we '' ol. and in easer thi .
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S\ A company has been formed to Fernandina Mirror invite the State j cool fltth 7-f I'l' draught- was nfffto-j ba "1 _IttMUtf) 1131 Jl ,Ji'z: : ? I ly \ '.lILA''] BI.VCK. 'ThlItJjor'n ".-' I ,variety is not .ts outviedve '\ iH".dWT reload t .e iflie-. 1'1.. lurnisU otheiJ

build a railroad to the North Beach press to join them in an ngiermentnot lIl' pi.cd. _\" they entered they ware con- -t >r]!'p S*> ni..,.j., 1; ... "'l.! ..' J I': t :"!;,. I' .< r '1 .'t .' /,' : tre-e instpul.Vluvp: -
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fronted by s.>iue And ilu->ian peasants in .kVVJ'S.-. .". .'.V :\bkb!; ".11.1.-. i''" j- I.U'.t... "u-: .:. ,._ l.Io'ru..s i:1 It anKniri'iiientsitli Iarir nursprvnicii to f.stablt-3 I\S e'
1' with a capital stock of .100,000.-St.; to publish any tax sale advertisement their tuix' cost ; posMl:Ii!( it bi.uK-h: I.UIS hear >;arkc, -
pie '11tO ui ne. 'I'1eyhad evidently I Avdi I ii:.: rcliabtf; ; ;,r'\I.: tl.erffoavvogn.iranua! :111 I a"I state 9fov! .t
EirjcU ; HH luf
:1 A oar nr -
unless for come iu t'ss' ; At"j' i 0"r! ; ,. 4 are entirely de-peiKle'-l a
t> colebrilion of 'c Ainr.D
at
paid some
Frees.J louulairites. : i .. ; by nnlr\ UIKMI our reliability I s
1 Augustine : -, '.I I.. j" .. .. .. ; furiui.huiimg the exact ihuiuig .
$, The Mirror "1'1 paTfnma'a' fotn-.il and wished to -'F''iT!'.,'-.1'Lic jon"1). I", I..t ty.f.\ cn)., .. .}r, : 1 t "., -J ".. ,',., :, "t. i.ic ier1lrm.
justly say*: 1Iq- Rr.it ify. heir nil i..t\- with rC'riLr,1; to the II.INW tit,. ti /.1.1.\1ro.It Wll'J.' '[ ":. '' 'H" 1. .j It. C. to Si.. /. l' ('j.O U tou' cauitiet
> A special vestibule train left Philadelphia l. (*L S.
4 : F.
State is individual. If the pirsgenerally nt-vv I'Mitr.: drink! -! ;( I "ccrvcia." Two ; Uft. Ioor '1. '' GARDINER; &Oo.,
last.Monday and will make botilp., i 11: '.-el'rt'ly t .i::vo.1 v\ero brought, S : 7; 'aJl.II.i. :; ..' 5 ; ;Sir..'I nr>ic. ..Two. '
will enforce the -tt S or'IL ; "ewt'f1 rn '. S .. I
: v.
: :
s.mie: ru h', ; : t ih: "r 1.-- '
.
three trips a week to Jacksonville. a lar H aud a vii.a .mo. ul Mich attempts to choke them out ol into which L t'-joisoj p j'ir1 1 the contents :! '.
Time only 27 hours. of 11l'I:1: /in-, Iiicu iiad a ovor-Kka; color. D av ; Ira"cn; Wiry, and
(Iist'n"c'on111 not be m.i T'i' ,
b 1"r 1-
: 1 1.\'t\J-\ "' ,
The eouteitts! cjf (tha snuller bottle followed *)Io'It tti-f1n.'J'rr, r r'1 'f .,,'o.3.k .( t 1 )1.,1."I".1.i..J. P"l n! F-a.-v'I'' m ,&. :
The Bahamas, West Indies, Mexico Rev. D.Y.. Gill1eePasti-- --- --- tho iluul b,in o. n pile leinona'lo Unn \- "of the ztail-t.,a u.-u JUii*yns' v?tJ'1\.,".Ji:t.i 01. 1 rellu.h": It 1\111"1'6'

and South America will be J color. La'uoltirrvil up the mixtureLeftlr I Doom An Athow" dc E J *" "i t-i'\,1':
represented '- ; ; by jtSTI-r ,
.- the A. 31. E. church this informs ]him _
TMlli Mc'S .
place much .
> as solicitude as \ !!!! an th"-ii' ., ., 11. .
t '.v ot :: r' hrl'. D f 'J -
the .Th" Iitrlton": .
at Sub-Tropical Exposition though : 'ilHv' till 1;. tlllll. 'J ; L\ f
L '
us that his collection on hist Sabbath I concocting a <|iiueapplo punch.This I'oc-J '0 1:11'Uiri'JelaiiU.iirfi.t PX;'I Xcw'I It: I 1, I. ).' ) w-t. :' jiP'a1ace
war the tOt.1 cf the -
at Jacksonville. cu country. The
: I- ;
: for missionary puipose aim Ie: IH \'ragc'% \\ /dicii "Jrc.l more of Ii it lem- The l.Jndrr S. .ntnri1.thpOt '

,1t Tlie I Mt. Zion colored church at amounted to $]00.10, and that theie iTrmdttitan\ ot 'K- 'ivaj then drunk out
Jacksonville entered 'rhursday is deal .C fainil! gla.i.ls.-Brewer's Guardian. ot tIlt ur.uu:lICrl'.I'e' vi ixi.e;.1':...I"i. ,'I i1 i;; b" .Sin E. FUIWrR L\TfOl-f., '
: was on a good more c1ue.Ve doubt '

:- ;,: night and. robbed of silver"Jf' if another church in this part of (',>!i -ru.ij; rioil.li; III 11Ltto"J. \frFtt.AY.Bulldog A : a2 ri ,.1., .t,"I.1 .I'I"! ''..J11.rJl"r"'kl,"J u&Le.0" .t" }'r"lIt 1Iuqlll 1.1..1 n8 bry (G1004Store? t:
We have to givo it up. The toughest fh.arl'ar.Ulldlltl.si'fc1y t,1I..f irv rf ia r. t. 1 1.J u i mi, 1.1I.t) > c'ti

plate valued at $6O. the country could make as go'd la mn-quito jams come from down the ."r.al llJt Ih'-"w"I'cM.. r.i-'I..i ." {', .ef"1.. ., by DAVID CHRISTIE

At'the orange auction; at Jacksonvilla I- showing in the worthy Lt.'half.To.. steamer nxer. It Hoekli-d i- to'd of oao that of the crew of the TSic T; .. .; .j,, :", ,f J'K, '1,11.':.s"II'':h"l''1'. '.1:1 t n. L" :Iff ff, e\l":."11 J'. "1'111J bumor...' and lienee uttl bi-

;e1, after they got TM ist'ppj,. : : f. ; ,
on the 27th oranges l1roughtfrom bacco I'1at.Further into the miet, when night came he went t.: :,1' ,.'iI, h.. ."..." : .1 ?r's 1 r,; : DICKr.S.tIHI 4tRKIEL1 i p.: ILAI _
to sleep in a !!state-room the window to 'lr' III t"Ll W: .l! r".t .A 111'1 .1 {'1. -J C 1CIIr'E.S:; } ble .." i
$I'20 for russets to $3.00 for evidence.] that 11 I (C .. N' .', -' f..Y'.I'e"ih the .
f which 1 } "
a race c was C niH : tl In1srQt\llPna
protected by a screen. lie :{ a;; i :.' : Yt :'.'I :' ;, ll.b'; l'I. :nrti.; '). .
choice.llri .-Indian River Ne \ 8. giants existed here piior to the coming had scarcely fatten asleep when he isasawzskee.l 1'1-':',!,vtl.t'.d1.tJ\-I.: .:C1!) .f f&r 11,';,.... 'in.. ',.:r.I)1'-" : ;: th.,';j., l' '11..1'/11;d"o,1 thllI1llli', 1\; .8 I I. ;:

.,.,. of tho white by a ..eiise of suffic:ition-tiic o!c.\lI1.H I.I'ro."tIU: 1:1:ct: :r. ..t:" !" "' I.. ll ::f' 1 Pl l"TlVPLrSRFADEA S f\1 ". "A 'ffl
-Railroad construction In the I man may be seen :11 musquitoi's had throa ;',] the screen awl Sw--t u.l. 7, '._; .,:' p.tmeltll.: .n ul. !n I'Ins -nti' anfl t ancrj SJ1 OOf '
the corner of the CJcav eland I lou stuck ilvir ha:1> into tile meshes till they :: ;' 1..1" 'j'_ :\r" :. t' ':.d ,. r..c ,,'1..1A1i." Allin *l.onetnei5iw \ :
:
United States in 1887 exceeded that : : !', had excludol e\i-rj pirticle) of air. He bt,, "r dsrp ,t..".,,.,j' ".I I .:'.. ., :0.... .'.".t. I'. 'J._ ,

in any year pr vious. Rail was laid on St. Georgestreet-an iron ciowbar frantically kicke-d ont the i-ereei and now* bltuat.ollllll The cliam-ter. A ."JE' I J".}1.i 1.T'j ti'c I )eCIIESS." t\ I

ten feet long and four inches he does not kn.)w whether he would II''llo.2.'-. ') i. : : r1.f, 1'1'l'ttit..f'h'sof
about thirteen thousand thiv rim : ."W''' '' t -IS "'"' I" :" "
on miles Qfne" rather die of sullocation or 1l1USlluit !n.jhm--os., Th'i.fine t... !rrr. ',. '.11 J.1. : 1 11 ..rI'. -1I." t tu, ..tW' -'r"lJrl"t.tontsa.. White Good !, I/aces* .UilIlneP7'
.
line. gradually tapering te a point. It bjtc Another voracious statement from Ull'olhlbolIL l.\'u..r -; : 1 "CC'. IS1R L. BUL\\'ER JGENT'S

was dug up a short time since, a nilhe below i iri that a :young man went to work Dr'. \Iai'I-oIci.: ; c; .:.: ":I "( '. r:';: I..itii; i.l.bIrll'1I. Wtlinhnd ,
A new paper in the interest of for the ilrt time on 3uhomoste.vl, providing nC1u.u'Crl8J"'SI an.1 moot tb.' v.It i d.ul.t "',' 11 t. AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND SHOES Al
from its corroded \.alaN"ant.'l.t..t.lui.c .
apearancc must I himself with a good & .utlI toW -I. C. .... .. q 0 ne 0 f
school mutters will soon be published sainiily netting ) I're.clil'ti"u. ,'' i .: 1' L\
very old. Thejoccasional: finding of bar. The :Jirst M:.ht he pitched h'llt"hUI O' Her ,Ved _,)'I' 1\l1atl' t n'1 r .r.'nl'. ,1"'T.t"r r."l\daUI'.ll\lIl h a1 FINE CLOTHING. ).
I. :
at Cedar 1It .lJr. 1Il1llu.1Ilovel"tl ,
will l 11P lumed(l gJn- net, :tIi'eat to bod FItI' I tree A-, :\.ry CUlIIWUIllt} .., ill.rll\ld" "
human skeltons ten feet in pntronira iil' .r'futr& .
hcigdtv t I days and ui-ihis ,- 1.llu.t Iui ;-
I. stu Tiie .
the Florida School Room edited I IIUN- >t'I\\rIHlst } .U:Jt:: '., .
W shows in whose hands this formidableimplement quitoes h'id 1'0 tii'Mv: : : eo\en-d ni- net I Jack 1. :i\Iei'i : by BERTHA .\. CLAY. ..

P. W. Corr. ou the out tid*' that it \.a" rfeetly clark .. ,..... 1"mn..I.ti'.kir.IoI''itmtiolJ.8an'ts._ ._. _u_ ; rringnarr&Unto .
was nsed.V ci ht of inside-he did not know 'f'n'I'fI11tIi, :Ui of o -:1-1. to tne It.L 1
when daylight l' -u of travel Iu Eu
- The Key \\Vt Kvoning Call bar 190 lotmds.-St. Augustine came.-India.t Itivi-r (Fil1.un.) 38 OTIIHR 'u1es: bv CH .\RLES READE. The : CARDEIFraioticalS
SANDERS &
,
in tr.iV. rnJnI'Rl eltuatioDI funny inet.Book. n
1ii'i of
tk: thm
(dailv), and) the Kt-) of iiilf] (\\n-kly) \v eeklv. _ _ Oiifinn: for Our HOf!. w-r will ."n.1 f'r tnI'i 1.r..... r- ICU..., tl1r.lllI,1\.Itl1r,8"! k 'irof IU'UUJltl&ele"ban''. .

have }been' merged into an afternoon A HANDSOME CIFT. In Klai.CiiiL o\ir the possible openings -months one a ;w or..- k or f'r Poi thr-e" .' UKIMTIIi YC\lt TO COMPLETE. TilE o2. j
.
for bojv one '5 lorev 1 to :imit that un Iin uk. for' 'i r,5.. Q1nai1oI. ,1IIdc11'''. t'nott.\l.!, at the folIowlng' rMCM 62 -
six-column folio called the 1\('). The President Send, the Pope a COP less a lad h id g"lins. -raeveranc1.. and a I n1 4tt. lSi &I" .,lr ." If'nt.x.k for or". ,' aar: '0 39 Orok..fol't.OOneAweekforuD.13 ook. for 4.0 efflhlI. ."
fr bec 1'ontl1i
or
Me';rs. Brypon nnd Jenks of America's tirouteI Document. Rood, phy:icaleiJ.titHtiOt\; will hut .10ntl ; or no1 ka t..k.2i. :a wet* (prt'l\'o """.: or r 4Cd ;
publishers.We DAL.TIMOKE. ', J. week f.r 'hvcnptious to thcee Boola may bepn U
Md., December 2.1.-Thu the bt'. of 'TI
mniiii; a proft'-sional life almost Adt' :
I j ccntlo.
I il
orLt.rM toFoi'dflZy
special correspondent of the Baltimore iiiotiruiountably dillioult. if he be tJ1 oi Office, Tin Smith and Sheet iron Works'Sia2:3o !
hop Senator P.iWs bill Sun, who was sent to report the Papal I obliged from the start to depend upon his .

for $75,000, for a public building) at jubilee ceremonies, arrived In Rome yesterday I co'npeun-in profes-ion. for, a hung. So ]large is the I $1 7i -. .
even
in our own compiratitejy : .
Tallahassee, will pat-s. The town i i.J is lie had in bis charge a gift.fioni I mir (.>,intry, and still mOI'o0 in I Pla'IlA.V1NG -
;
.J worth of it, 1Ifo,1 S.pLatiI ;loridplmuld [.\ |p.'dtp nt CJnelainl! : to the Pope. fTlicprevent HnQ'unu: and un the: cuntinent. tl1\t tIC! in- and Twcni -o Cashzlll send; you The TELEGRAPH '

L is a copy of the. United States< I dut emeiiti to enter the called' lined i 0 LOCATED in Starke. in the brick building formerly occupied .
not groan at the idea.-Pala- : pUfe> Constituliun very worth ONE E \Vvman. I respectfully solicit work tn my Hue from tl e cItizens
tka beautifully engrossxljand Kieh je.tr. thou!an ls of 'T / p.velands' seed GattCt
Herald. i > joun men are DOLLAR. \ rounding county All work warrant d. Charges moderate. KooSns,
-I iI richly bound in book fc rm. It. was VOI'- graduate from our universltiei and fl l. Leaders aTHE bpecialty. S

A onieful warded to Home thfoujjli Cardinal: Gibbons schools of learning, only a very small pro- : but the ALL OnnEnS{ nOJIPTLY 'ILLED.
: estimate shous that ittakes ponion of whom 't cost nothing
who received it iu. Baltimore. from. are ever heard of afterward postage an1/ (11 you
forty.eyen million dollars in the real coate cf life. And it pc
annually President
Cleveland about -
three
weeks} liabecome
: a notablo fact that an advertisement
-
to Keep Bartow* people in IO.. It was accompanied by a letter in j far n man to ill a any but a nnn- : is it genuine offer and i is well

shoe leather. A small! l amount expended -, which the President requested the Cardinal ual 1)1)5t1O1LVjIl bring a number of ('0- worth you '1tenti BIJOU I I MEN
h'g.radurtt.s out of all prupoition to the
to send his cordial
in KJdeu-.ilks. congratulalu ns to
would total .
save app leant- ->c.l'lltalcmer!
cm.
earlv all of it-Ex. the Pope on) his approaching jubilee. I' f D on' '( DOXGOLA KID A. L Yon KIRN Fine CaH'SHOES
Ilciunjr that the IJ.iltin.oie Sun wus sroiu"to Hot Weather in th.'est.. I t fai

------ detail The .telline lire company was called cTftirther. $ ).o(). 1-'nd
: A one of its city Mail li> visii Home For ONE Kagroo
young wom\n 01 BUI: (.r, :!11'dlo ., out in great hii.te at about 4 o'clock '
.. Ih' (. ;.u din) tl entrusted the .
:
delivery of the
DOLLARr0
\ had been for ,iach'IJ 11) a j jeal- yesterday afternoon by a conflagration : Ladies wno nave been BOOT O order M,
present to Ihe irespondent> v\ho, accuid- raging .the Sioux ,river west of here i HOE STORE hoes made to

(HIS suitoI' to go t : 111ifl('e with :, ing 1') instructions has placed it In the The run to the liver was made in four' irty cts. we will send wearing $-1 and iir I S

h'ar u1.\.1.'o- ea tins \I'tiu :llTC'-tC'c1 keeping t1f| American College vv limit the and tire one-haUjuinutes was alBangiu..hod and by after hard about work six THE T hoes, and desiring iLa Complete Line -'

,Jl a cell, anJ] "hC'"I'lJt will( piiihilily lemai.i uii'il fonndlvpusintid : rods of the rifj-r hal been totally de I I and a Economy, Style and STARKE
PH ,
h fdlow.r lo tlu- P 'pe l hy the Huht I 1'ev.I I stroyed. No insurance. A man has been i of SUE one year Comfort, should try a 'J '.Vomes, Misses. WV,

I P. J. 1-vau:: : AichliMiop of t I'liil'iddplin.: ', hired to draw w er down in a barrel and i copy pair of this Celebrated

I' 'match bet\t'en uul Ki;ht Kev Stephen V. J Ilv.ui.:. : Hi-hop''; repair navigation the will bre be. 'amcd It is expected in a few days that I for CHILDREN line of Shots. Ladies Children *> *' l lthorn

and South Floiitin- of KuffaJo.'J'Ju .: (D. T.) %1I 1. I IE.telline sample can I French Kd Shoes FLORIDA.

1 li-K.k" i i. ;irill t idjed! eonTair.s iifu.n I ..\
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last Wt'l.k A Few He M Drinker. OFFICE. .
*. ( i.i'hi pa.iijlitn"i: i it at our
pise c ll".1"1 I'l', i iand It seoms I We have: nKo .nia lc
goal: I aiid4ituri I t J JI'f"(' i, litiiiii,) wiih vi-llum .t a ('i.'.mi I|I inkers in PhiIaclel'ih.i are The some Tunes heavy of
and : i
tiC fr.r
match, color. The void*. The C'..'iisU.i, |! ">M ol that city says that one Philadelphia hotel : Panors at lub with the cl1owingbga nes .

I for Jan. the rmteds'atiMf .Anuiiea. h .s .*ix cutomcrslia drink over sixty1iv. (;OlJEY'SfO M.L'Ensle. W. A. ,.
!
: '
1. au on I tliecover ,' vvhkie '
a day each Another hotel
\ { in gilt! leite-it. The li.".. U-N ilI has ;wo cn.tomer; who imbibe regularly] I' DL.MOKKSTSFLOKIPA( ) loth tether only *2.50.Loth -

(% of the Iil a] jl.jLilM I >mv Cast: of Tyl I .1II 'purpleThe eight q;:irts of champnt' a day. ten or I AGf $2.5O vSTyiTl. "I 'ui1j if\ -- ,a1iu ;

insi j few vvh.i lu\e' twelve who take over twenty wln-k'es a I together A !
nuty
ttl ,t j crsiiiis : MXI the pie:entjMak f .

: t .c; .bl"' ti1).; .I very hi; :'i 1 y oi its t ini-nt a-' :i jnri- .(buy ui beer d.ht1'nfel':3: :nine oolnr who.guzzle each .1.forty!', and plc.vses] oner / I FLOHlilDISI. HENRY A. L'ENGLE Manager. W. N. BAt E 1 1rTai1

'It J ,\ iil'Q. I 'iHiiofna:' in -net: f:tn do in ;t'l.t:' [ .;.iu%. .r i >\1'w iv-T'It.r.Links: : : t'XI) Lott' i FA'IMMI! i ::! AXD FR ,.. 1.tLer only $2.30 :

aLt the_JIKMU-I; pru ,' it h.i, 11'1':'"( d i I L.-o t:.l" I., ;4...1.1 lay, --i" ,.caan"i?. !!I rs .1\ J{k-77 O'_ .. .' .''.': 1 ---",' .
I' I:t .Ii .
L\ Y .' L'' I ..:; r !.( ) tojrt-ther 2.25
LgjI-ii.i.!.\\-o P&tt4t&it flit the :11.j-- -c' p {
h1Jlt1's It i> silk: : n h manufaetun in i._ .

& r -jl: i-. ... ," llli.xit: one-half what it coots in Paris. A Iw/- '_1 li.rtiftV w r.. S ;' liuth! t,>; ithtT $1.50s I \ OEiJEPa.L BVNKIXrj BUSINESS.' -S ;'F.l')> ;RECK1. ...t'..;:.

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