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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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oclc - 33901150
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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.0 00$1 100 00 15$7 00 00''J9 ; I (From the Open Grate.) A Simple Little Tale of Domestic Life PUOBABLT'FATAL FlOUT QROW Ilifetvj. th. .';rfalt of Bte.* t '
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10 7 W.vW.OJ50 00101 u1 84)030) 0065OOJtH) 00An 00 the authority of Prof. Tholuk, of Halle [ Stearns in TM-Bits. K > Tcnn.. Jan. 29. BUR9. J.a iiry 261-A etex-' :
COMER ( xYILLJs:,
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.I: PEEK University.- one of, the most emineut the- CHAPTER I. of,dynamftrnccniTrff .this m< rn- .
[ oenta for ing affray occured here this : _.'
ologians of Germany, and the It was Christmas Eve: Even in Chicago ihe'Jparboii Lrete'Stobe, Company's-
principal
_ I rat*fort ate upon apCWCRET > ecclesiarch of the Prussian Church. He Christmas Is observed and sounds of front of the St. Johns Episcopal ; : located tlwBne'oF. the PilUnd -.- of
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which resulted in
the
prefaced the account by revelry and other things of that kind were wounding Lake Erie *
Starke BradfordI \ assuring the wri- men, one of them fatally. roatr abotittel.miles; ,- { :

SOCIETIES; "C\inty Florida. ter that it was received. from the lips of floating indiscriminately around. As James F. Rule city 'editor :: : O., Th foreman of. ,' '
De Wette "And want to take little d,
himself, immediately after this you away my Knoxville Journal was placed tWenty slicks ,of ,.
'-iradroId '. occurrence-that De Wette intimate girl the sole prop of my declining years?" in '.
I{ Loiio.42 P. and was an on a stove a 'aty.IawhIch -
hiswife
-.... Regular communications Attorney At "Well, that's about the size of it." church accompanied by
thrld Law Abstract of Title Office ixrsonal: friend./ plain practical were. The uptQ.
:: In lounging; :
gftturdMra In each month.fj connection accosted by three men who ( ,
<: ,WAiraan L. W. icxurn man, of remarkably clear and vigorous The first speaker was old man Gilhooly, suit the shanty ;wa'ierfli ; :.
speak"with him. He walked
8retary. ? w.Tc intellect: with no more and imagination the wealthy and high-born pork-packer of to The : pfegrfr: '
poetry waster
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was
Real Estate site side of the street with them 'lip' t
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Bought and Sold. .
loans Negotiated. Referance Given. in his nature than to' Chicago; the youth whom he addressed,
bee $4* ot P. ,tt. A. M just sufficient four stood talking some feet awny. Life WW eE' -

riXeeun.:: second and fourth keep him alive-in -word, that he would and whose haughty reply we have recorded three men were John West. body bring ,horribly maDgled,; ; ,

r each month 2 o'clock. Agent for rely upon his coolness of judgment and was Reginald Snooks a prominent were more or less Injured, '* !
SWANN and friend of theirs named
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& a .
DBK .ESTER'NoRTHC'P
WILLIAMS member of the of the far-off '
W. MaatAr. .. accuracy of observation under any possible nobility They attacked Mr. Rule on : all having their legs oran s broken' '

_ ; combination of circumstances, as con- Western metropolis. communication which ; i is thought will die. The :acci .i ,,I

F'D. ORDER OF RED MEN. LANDS. fidently as upon those of any man in the "Well moaned.the old man. as he hys- morning's Journal reflecting appeared! on \ aut.'t1 by the matter's failing t ,:
world.] terically seized a large decanter and
0LA TRmE No. 1, FLA.-Council Bargains in West, city physician and father : in regard 1 dynamite. -: ,
iei kindled' each Wednesday's Sleep, Fla.. Homes & .Inv s meI1-ts Dr. De Wette, the famous German Biblical poured out four fingers of rye, "you are and William West. Rule Belief .. .. ;

t their Wigwam, Starke, Fla. critic, returning home one evening my equal and hers in culture and breed- .Spiriualm. "-
Transient Brothers cordially invited to NO between 9 and 10 o'clock ing, and you have got the scads, so I sup- the name of the author of the : '
SPECULATIVE FANCY PRICES was surprised cation, or to makejtny satisfactory will be a tot of stories IoU of ,
__ N. J. JONES. Sachem. FULL VALUE upon arriving opposite the house in pose it isn't worth while to kick. Take
JAB. MILLON. Chief of Records. whichhe to their questions.Hot art..r Joseph Jefferson's' behef -' .
:: resided her, my boy-she is Christmas gift to '
to my "
-__ see a bright lignt burning in ; '
words ensued, when uulism! after.e has pine w !n he : ,
:-i May L
O. O. F. Meets eTery Fri than surprised, for he distinctly! remembered and slow music J" 1 .:i
day night at Odd Fellows .. to have As a faithful serviter entered with a : the ground. Rule drew his a rkh. CI' N".tlve gentleman, -
jHalL Transient brothers extinguished the candles whenhe tell uuich his faith "
shot John West for
cordially invited to attend. Lands offered Cott-on large panful of red fire the I through the atU '
grow succesfully Corn, sea.. land Rice went out an hour or two previously, hapnj couple .
7.3.?ILLD. liam West Immediately fired on will b. for an advertIg '
ReontMT Box 41. Noble Grand. Sugar locked the door and the knelt io receive a Chicago1 blessing. It j ,
Cane Oats
Hay. Rye Tobacco.:Potatoes, Chufas, Peas, Garden PUL key in his ball Rule's He liiu ., f
1-L W. EPPEHSOM: Vice-Grand. vegetables, pocket was a happy, holy scene.CHAPTER. passing through lately cnQcl"de a '- .
which I .
_ the Orange Peach, Pear Giaps, Fig, Strawberry, Plum, Persi'mmon/Melon: &c &C. still there. upon feeling for it, was n. I West then cut Rule through [ Van Winkle" here and has .gone ':

seven times. William West : Florida plantation for the rest of ..
CHURCH DIRECTORY. Leading money crops infruits are the Orange, Strawberry, Peach and Pear; white Pausing a moment to wonder by what Six years have passed. I revolver at Rule's forehead and .V member of hs.compan'y' '. a

many others are very profitable. Stock Farming and Poultry Raising give satisfactory means and for what purpose any one could Reginald Snooks and his bride, nee I Rule knocked the pistol up. recei is true that Jefferson fen, firm fie* '.
;
; METHODIST CHURCH.rvlces Gilhooly are seated in their palatial -
results The have entered tbe he .
farm
and
vegetable garden are profitable without fruij groves, and fruit room perceived the; -.'- a scalp wound. Rule then spiritual manifestations and it 1 U : _, j
$ i every Sunday at 11 a. m. and i shadow of a drawing-room. Though they are surrounded '
at I p. m. Holiness meeting Tuesday; at growing pays well independent of the farm, combining the two is the golden %mean. about person in apparently occupied by high-priced works of art and more shots, one of them taking for us who are on the stage, w'itli : .
something a remote
: Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 corner. Sup- ; know of his confidence thai in '
Dark loamy soil with firm clay \bsoil. Some of the the shoulder of Goodman_ who the
most bric-a-brac
prolific not
.ID. Orange Qroves in posing it to be a burglar employed in rifling costly they are happy. be { Rip Van Wiukle .U
J. R. SHARP Pastor. the State can now be seen in and near Starke and throughout Bradford his trunk, he was the Tis Christmas Eve," murmured the attempting to separate the encounters '
County. of .
upon point '
v.aoday School at 9:30 a. in. A number of men rushed out ghosts of Heudrick Hudson's ., :* m
Water pure, health good, and Climate delightful. Come alarming the police when the man ad- woman brokenly "and all nature Chicago '
.cHAs. RICEIARD Superintendent and see for yourself. 'church, and stopped the Dl is surrounded "by actual. .. .'
JBKY MARTIN Sec. &; Ti easurer. vanced to the window in full view, as if included, seems to have humped of those baa .a*

; __ : Below we give a few of the bargains now offered.in Bradford County: for the purpose of looking out into the itself and to be having dead loads of fun, William-West ran away very men, That be ,
was able to get up and walk to the i is a positive fact. He 'regard ..j
r4.... street. It was De Wette himself yet I am not happy. Reginald, we are .
_. BAPTIST CHURCH. No. 3.21 acrc .in Starke, neatly paled and in cultivation. New 1$ story dwellingof was there losing caste." but John West was carried :, a a matter of course, hav- .
no him
Ices at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 mistaking no deception what- condition. Rule's used them. They are'som.e. : .
tn.
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p. 7 hard fini dYing injuries
rooms, plaster House
hample piazzas. cost her .
"Prayer meeting every Wednesday over $1,200.00 Good location ever; there stood De Wette in his own library "That'sall right, was husband'snervous and Goodman is not to him. hut ., "
dangerous ; '
p.m. W. G. PATTERSON, Pastor and avery pretty home. If sold'soon. wi.ll take $1,800.00 and he out in the street; why, he response" usuly.mlfeg "
RuIe' wife. who had only by '
nday School meets injured. ) raps .
& every Sunday must be somebody else? The Doctor instinctIvely I "No, it ain't all right Why don't you ..
>rnlngat9:30. So. 4.- Valuable Farm and variety Fruit Grove just two miles south of Starke i have some style about you? You know the ch'urch, knew nothing of the ( Wouldn't it be fine i h could '
M. A. CLARK his S.
grasped with .
Superintendent body the '
psychological till all was over, the having them in the eyes'ot the au-
F. R. MORGAN F. R. & N. R- R. on east side and that the of organ ,
Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN facing upon public County road on west side. 40 : tests of self-consciousness and requirements Chicago societyare ,; '
the _
I acres choice yellow pine land ; 15 acres of it in excellent. state of cultivation; with identity, doubtful if he could believe his exacting-why don't you try to meet The pist'llih9\i-circumstances which called 'I.
; Blockaded
: Snow
them 1""Wen. by ;
CHURCH. stumps a1L" ut. 10 acres in Orange Grove-60 to-100 bearing trees some very large senses and black were not white; wonder- article was the U.,.
newspaper :
Cat.
Service* every Sunday at 11 a, m. ing if he were really himself I am trying. : fR.\NCISO. Jan. 13."Thl t '
and fine, the balance 5 to 7 old.. 150 choice peach trees tried or pot, perplexed t. rday of Dr. T. &. West to he
years of and .
:4;, R. B. MATTICE Pastor. young. successful : : bewildered and confounded Yes, you are!" responded tne lady, cold weather which prevails in all : ,.
1. Sunday School every Sunday at, 2:30 varieties from to October about 20 gazing ciao by the city council. Dr. \ California has led '
. J. P. PRATl; ) ripening May young Almond trees, eoma at his other likeness looking out of with a haughty curl of her patrician ,lip. t many p -
t ppa. of medical
Superintendent. grapes, figs and pomegranates. Good pure water. Ordinary tenant buildings.! All fruit the window. Upon the person's retiring "Say, what do I get this Christmas a graduate any college, ,Ul' which make the oleat ., '
council had ordinance '
repealed an .
'! well from the window which "You get a daisy gift," said Reginald declare the. .clluiate id. chC. .. J
ii- trees in healthy and flourishing condition Soil suited for truck): Jarming, made: occurred in a of matting him eligible. '
purpose this froze In, .
water
Snooks with animation. :'I ; city Jat'DiM
am expecting -
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 20 bushels corn acre, 1887 crop. Come and see the property and will considerit few moments ;De Wejte resolved not tn aroused the of the :
per indignation
almost
you !.
it every moment-and here it is! he an unprecedented, nccur:, '_, f :
his
the
4c Act 11: 26-6;23-1 Peter 4: 16. dispute possession of study with J
bargain at the price $2,500 cash, or $3,000 on installment physieiansof the city and was is here 1
plan warbler at thao '
ic4. PY OUgg. the Pastor preaches' at a tha other doctor before morning, and ringing added as a clave entered with a document. i 11g :: : 4
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the medical
-
'Take it and if I unmindful I by society. Down at i ? .:
read :
see am valeys. :
HAMPTON CO feet in "West-End" suburb of at the door of a house opposite, wherean i "
No. 5.Lots by 1281 Starke. "We6t-J2nd": j Tne. artitle which caused, the .
.
.1 the been ,
M.th 1st Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Hatur- acQiiamtance resided, he asked pel'missiQn of the claims of society. I atoomez haT i .: _
.$;'lay at 7:30 p. m.V I consists of a 20 acre tract not more than ? minutes walk from .main business street, to remain over night. "Oh, Reginald! she murmured coyly, j!i fray was written by physician I. -r two,wek togeta good ,took --; ::/ ':!- '-7'

, t STARKE de-pot mail and express. It is duly platted and recorded,.all streets CO feet wide. $4tT The chamber occupied by him commanded while blushes suffused her face and neck; taiued very severe reflections !, the great Lick telescope; a heavy *.- '-, ;". '' j

'M v each 2nd Ix>rd'a day at 11 a. m. and eachMrda to $100 per lot according to'location.Nc. a full]) view of the interior of his "my first divorcet! Oh, how good and ,,, West and I the city council. in last night and again"prevent- ,. f '
l : day at 6:30 m. boys and Goodman went to Rut 1 '.' .
p. The ink in the ob '. '
noble you are and! bow 1 have wronged ollEenaton. .
from the wiodow I '
5ft:, HIGHLANDA4th 6.-40 acres west of and adjoining Starke. 20 cultivated. Bearing library, and he could see early this morning, but did not froze and of the ,water
orange And have been planning this : many ,
c Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Satur- his other self engaged in study and meditation you. you afterwards ". ,, .
:%;-day before at 7:30 p. m. grove of 250 trees; about 100 others 6 to 8 years old. Several hundred pecan trees on ; now t walking up and down the surprise for months!" Rule was and warned I I; burs. :The mercury r&late' : ?

3:%: CHURCH WORSIIIl. "Cert. Now society cannot the were seeking him making j zero at SlounUin. and a fierce .
point
place, and some) 50 or more pear trees in grove shape. ith'proper care this property room immersed in thought; now sitting side with . ,
: The entire community ,
||j ATORANGB COLLEGE.i3esckLord'sdayat11a. finger of scorn at us." i seem muchcolder. _: :: :
m. will bear in 188S at least $500 in oranges. Price, $3.000. It lies rn full view of the down at the desk to write; now rising to j!! the matter. I mlle Atlantic & Pacific -
,
iff search for volume "Not much U can't. But it has been a :: ri.road'there .' ._
PRAYER: MEETING a the book
M? each Wednesday at 7:30PROFESSIONAL town, facing public road. No buildings except log cabin and. $ elter. shelves, and imitating in among all respects the long, weary wait." I i William West has been arrested. snow blockade, which stopped' ; ': ;; ,

i! : No. 7.-Bodies of 500 to 10,000 acfes yellow piiiewi1d.nds, well)) timbered, on afd peculiar habits of the great doctor en- "Do not think of that. Ere anothersix mau made no attempt to escape. ; while tu-day the Southerc, .Pacific" '. : ; :J._ :: .[ "c
lft'i 1 .
4
CARDS-- gaged at work and busy with years have: passed! you may have your Girls and the Whistling : were amaz to .active rpl'I : ,, '.
cogitations.At
near the proposed line of the new railroad now building-from Macon, 3a., tdPalaJka, .
bttwocn and
,1 length, when the cathedral clock had third or fourth divorca. "There are few f oung ladies in : bare L AnpJe ,. ;- : ,, r.

'r'.P.: cCLOYJHouse Fla. These lands lie in Bradford and Clay counties.. Good opportunities for,. safe and finished striking through first four and I "Oh, Reginald, how happy you makeme who cannot whistle," remarked a : !
paying investments. Prices and terms given on application. -. .* then eleven strokes as German clocks are !" sor of"music, who has a'great IIIW very_heavily in the muat .

and Sign Painter, wont to do an hour before 12 De Witte Both were, indeed, very, very happy.In male pupils in aristocratic Teb cb4p.Pass L"nilb& .1 *,- i

l andDecorative No. 8.-In Levy county, all of sec. 21, tp. li, r. 15. 640 acres,.Jn the heart of Number Two manifested signs ,of retiringto all Chicago that blessed ChristmasEve New York Mail and Express rly : prevay ;drjfted ;k '

Paper Hanger. t the Great Gulf Hammock. Only two miles .east of F. R. & N. R. R. Very fertile rest; took_out his watch-the identical there was not perhaps a more joyousor tive. Ike' : ;- 4g

I'&P: STARKB Fla. clay and marl soil, with growth of cedar, magnolia, cabbage palm, &c. Will sell avery large gold one the other doctor in the other light,hearted couple than Reginald I "What has given them the the.k.t'.irUour "' -. -4k I
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Snooks and his ex-wife, as they eat by the craze 1""The -. :
chamber> -: .
''K5* ..Orders left at D. Newingham'g will be low price of $5 per acre to a casbpjrcbar, felt sure was at that moment safe .
snow
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thebsdly
do'b'
blazing Yule log and planned her divorce wonderful whistling '
tTtfjNOJptly attended Uv dec 28 2m in his waistcoat {pocket-and wound it -
yy-ri::], No. 9.-In Pasco county, on the F., R. & N,. B. R,, 1,050 acres, best grade yellow removed a portion of his clothing, came up; costume. of Mrs. Alice J. Shaw and Mrs. This I th. .. : lw-otf'.tUe: line 0" t ,
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I buiIt, 2
fi' DR. JAMES CHACE: pine rolling soli,-mixed with marl l and shell, very'productive, ( described as follows: to the window closed the curtains and in COL. ROBERT'S DECAMPS.The Campbell have stimulated a legion I was "_-f' :. -
tiful imitators. But the fewest Alarm Cl11.3ofa. y' .
of and all of 3 and of all in a few moments the light disappeared. De J
All of sec. 11, except swj swj, sec. except nwj swj sej; '
,
Manager of the Oxford Hotel can whistle with anything like : .. :". ;, I
: SURGEON DENTIST.rLAT this land and is Witt Number One, waiting a little time C'. I I
it the
f{ tp. 26, r. 21. Railroad runs directly through now place seject- until convinced that Number Two had I Skip Oat Leaving Boarder and They can carry an air through : [From theM-'srnet3 "". .j

> OF CIDAR UTS. ed for a new depot. Arrangements are being made to put in a side tracltand lay out disposed himself to also retired Uupald Bills Unprovided For. but the shading and piccolo-like on,Madiioo avinne lately re .
sleep, to :
tOffice: at residence. East of Kentucky House. a town. Here is one of the chances in a life time to scoop in a bonanza. Will sell bed, wondering much what all this Col John II. Roberts, the manager of the are absent. It is sometimes ; her GauRhterf wfioIs just approach f

very Oxford hotel has gone to parts unknown. od, to.give bel beau a hint )
ing to see a young lady pucker .
the whole 1,040 acres at $7 per acre; or will sell select 40-acre tracts at $10 to$15 per could mean. '
Col Roberts is a well known hotel man ruby lips and tr.f'to whistle some must n">t Fit -11 p Inie/tban 10 u.- ." '-Lw'
BUGG WlILS I
& acre, according to location!' Go and sec.the. land and write me what you want.. Rising street and the next passed morning, be to crossedthe hU li : who opened l the Oxford with a flourish of air to bet;, own- accompaniment This t he Rlrl was reluctant.lo do :.. ',. Ii ,

No, 10. Special Bargain. On the west bank of beautiful Kingsley Lake,"5 miles east S brary. The door was up-stairs fastened he trumpets, about two months ago and announced piano.. :The accompaniment, ... is little brother threatened that unleu :
Attorneys[ at Law ; applied that he was going to give to the but the whistling is often marred he would open the parlor door and 11

of btarke.::! 40 rods Lake Front. 40 acres good high dry land, all under fence. 30 acres the key, opened it and entered Noon tourists and traveling public a "Jim dan !ing too.;,deficiencies. ;! ,in. the art of the matra edict. The sister t,,

1; ,!.t.S'r. =, "T-A .- cleared and stumped, and set to.fruit trees. A good 11,room house, good stable and precisely was the there; everything condition in appeared in dy" hotel anti that: six o'c'ock' dinners and sound;through the lips. Mrs. : that ha put a quietus -on. ,, .. .
which he
: Will practice in all tho Courfs in the other buildings, 75 to 100 bearing Orange trees 800"mone younger, 50 bearingLeContePears same other tony first-class!; affairs: would be especial flutfrlike notes are simply : ) by reminding hiD of his pt*l-' [
bad
left it the before-his
?ouflh and Fifth Judicial Circuits. night pen lying
100 younger, 300 bearing peach trees, also' Figs. Bananas, Plums, 300 Japan upon the paper as he had dropped it on ; features. compared, ,to the average.; end! forging hl mothers.nj'*ma I
The inducements took and Cofc; from school to skating hot
go
those who to emulate :
Persimmons. Japan plums, Grapes of several varieties. Almonds, Pecans, Chestnuts going, the candles on the table and the { and expect '
: J. W. HIGGINS. Roberts begun! to do slaving ;g >o
Mcdlers, Walnuts, good water, pounded on the south side by a running creek, north mantlepiece evidently not having been ness. and in simple justice to the doughty: .it" natural aptitude.- Some mamma kept in her om. All, [

PIANO TUNER & REPAIRER. by a dense Hammock thus being well protected from the cold. This. .,is a genuine bargain lighted. the window curtains drawn asideas Colonel, U i is conceded! by the boarders"," whistle with'ease and produce was not enough t keep
he ha: left them in fine there nota
iA n work guaranteed. 28 years of ex.. and must be sold at once. Price only $4.000 trace of ; was been that he wa, a born hotel host. One month clear, crystal quality, while Uh 1/ora getting even with his .sis's

.4.9- perience. tingle any person having rolk-d around and Mr. Hughes, tho Wa'3r:' ire good musicians. too. can : or n >t giving him anything Christ :1

Furnish abstracts of Title free of charge, to purchasers to all lands in the room. Had he been insane the of the Oxford, win ted the rni( ., but the .whistle a common tune. The The other evening he got an alarm ..'
STARKE FLORIDA. night before? He must have been. He '"
sold. Address all Communications To h suave and Chestei fieldhui tenant inducedMr. be said of women. Home : wiL C bell. 8 loud &the gong O '

1 IiI was growing old; something was the mat. II. to wait on him a little while .Another Was a rare thing to hear a Bridge" bob, and pla it .
A. L M.; D. "
(;. SCOTT ter with his eyes or brain; anyhow, he month rolled aroua.l' ui; '1 tbc'rurirbilf 1 ( whistling, but now neatly the, sofa where' his sister ad her '.-. ,,j

!. Late from Michigan COMER L. PEEK had been deceived, and it was very fool- was presented again. Ag liD Cot:'RobertpletiIed hold has a young daughter were to' do their .pniar. : '" .:. .J
ish.of him to have remained all '
..RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND away l at ; '
inability to sertle: 'ul promised in about the house trying in a were pointed tn.

J3UKGKON. .night. Endeavoring to satisfy his mind a short time to fix tiling satisfttctoryjto all .to imitate the bird I ? girl beard the tick, but took

Terms Reasonable. STARKE, BRADFORD. FLA. ,vith some such reflections as these: he remembered parties. 2 tim way when it considered very her Jovers Watrbur. He was ,
he had not examined! his bed- "
Jfiffice Gaskins' Drug: Store. But in the meantime the servants became for a'young lady to whistle, : her ear with a yarn about a

.11 room. 'Almost ashamed to make the clamorous and things began to lobjft mrther always chided her by I hi. papa was going buy when the ,

TATE POWELL, M. D., CENTS EACH1i : search, pow convinced it was all an hallucination uncomfortably blue. So yesterday Col. the very trite lines al THEEE of he crossed the
BOOKS the
,
senses, narrow -
lIfter
the
an experience of twenty years in ,. Roberts having determined finally aul= woman and a crowing hen never understanding .m aa- :
and the door.
.lik practice of his profession has no hesifocy paS8& e.w8Y opened ject himself to no more he quietly pLb his hat and never
worry; ,to a good end. All that is ? atpp
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TJ f bookf are i t>obUib d In neat pamphlet form printed from rood readsblepaper. tn* on !rood lIe thunderstruck.. The ceiling a .
|) in promising the latest, and most AD SiSSr 01 them naadeomelr\ Illustrated. They are without exception the cheapest books ever pub. was tcok his departure. leaving sundry unpaid I: mean among social circles! in t until he struck the dor Itp.

Qtiflc treatment to those asking hi h.h.d literature in any of the land day or language at the "; OBt and trifling furniah expense.to the naasei In any of other the eerie people these an opportunity Krcat wIrks to vouM secure cost the DJ.bert U1,' lofty massive brick'arcb. had fallen during bills. -"He may return however when the cities and thE' mother and father he fell. The boy bad iced tleitp J :
at which they are here oendV: Each on.u complete in 1tselLW.ader. : the night filling the- room with rubbish *-
iies the price J \ brother now takes a ,.
8. .. ... 'f robins nest again" remarked .one of the ,
.f the World. KMTUC. .HD Orna. Co- The F rrcTJl Knblee. A Howl. D 1r. T. c. as proud of their daughters'\ ; ; J
:: 4 llMtr.tlOD. or th. mn.I .01Mlerf.1 The oW Okea Chc.t. AKo.-l. RTSTL..M'.(' '/,)' ', and crushing lA bed into atoms. De lo with VC -
Ofl to the attended. bloa drlpUoDa D .. waiters who seamed have him.'S
promptly .. to-day
country .atD $54 rlll.D'er, h.ce..tlDIr.aelID'lrl. Thfi Pearl ofthefte.'i. A No.-I. Ry c. i; Ai.I great complishments as they used to Ix r.
of females and children a special. worksol..-.d..ftkeSee. 'j. d..criptInnDfIhUtflDyWODdeN, Hollow A.a HalL'-A Novel. By M..r Jtesl d Wette, the apparition. had saved the life ,
in his absent ftpf- -
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faith
tAlaD4 raBtiful M>lo,t Iow4 .t Us buiwrn of tu.oc ii,' ltUWir 1Ututt''I 1 I skill as musicians The ; Man (in his r.1 at Chicago .
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.Jr.Office at City Drug Store, or at his prol..lII..tr.Uo alA PJe.s.r.. Esertioe." A..f..M4 Diirello_Lap of lrw.i IIl! <.ew1l. lbir_fonny II, Tboroe.1 CUBe fader lIouM Ui. LQac ANoT.1.. A ,."..:1.ETT\W.I./ib. svuwryj 1 ', of Tholuck the great;:who Germanscholar.w/s walking with tbe Col. Roberts is w;q,known among tourists and banjo for the present 'are : preparing t rteWht'.. 1UU ,R I .'

IIldence In East Starke. sketCU SJostaU by LLSN'I tllll Dlod popIaIsr humorous.rller 01"..d.,. The Dla.l e.4 Bracelet A );ov.I Er to, having for sejeral months here actedin the back stairs; of unpopularity ; "Don't blout'1e g s.0AH .. :i''.
i'aperq, byCi.IA '&VOllaT&. aethor ..mu. '/UWlTo.4. .;iuthor, addec1. upon concluding: "I do ;
d r.The AueI ugg =':eato A ioI rldlculoall lall1l7 11oo11 Thel-awyor'BSewl Al n.I -.. :- p\- the capacity ofjefark different large room: for the new craze. I If the wanfsr'er.trt. bur -'.' -
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of Dr. JrL.jU ed Mi io tunt for the
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F. J. : .ia.v.ryv.y.qusiIoWldow .tlCkf'd] U Snw.JI3ua. 'I I hotels. He wa-popular; and accomplished whistle nuthin' 'i '
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FIELD by C.i.S tcl..L a young lady who can a It'l me. ,
Cbriatae IIWPI! .. I'-. t Wb .
C.I..a. ..lwrH.rwl.o ..ty.r .rmlD A ;! A.\.I. );J=-===:::::: : ; no knowIeJEe, scientific or meta- ,
11Jmbero' thi..& y..IvI..rnHfl nt.1'1. -rhoaelocumpwle.. Lady Valworia'. IHamomi*. A *ov;: I and his many.friends will all be sorryto waltz with such sweetness of on to the door "R.ulea-'of the ."' \
[cK 'MASON'S WORK A bIb.gre&t ...."(alo.I.Plc', Dc-lilt..I' iy-psession is adequate to
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PLASTERER. .biIIfl0rflU'SPII *rn Jilt* it buTl|tave no more doubt it '
f"! P.p.'..Kee4ttI',1."lut.n. "all nt IIe flIlog.r O'te' h *I'Ud ot ul." Tbe Mae .r ...."pt..*A K o..I. By,..IPvI )jrflUfff explain ; forced to leave his business. There were tiful lips seem principally p. m. w\fl be charged.for.0 'SoY ,
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have existence of the
',; July 80 '87. tf. tlm.o( ...ak'OIIi to lbs. pre.rnt. suit.nl_ The Pol...JorA.pfc A]o."I. B+i i'+TV than I .. sun time of his 'departure. and they had .to I "'.
.. .. ....ta..... .f.equ..".. 'C.QtIIutflE"r WI ID.4101 tIP orIIa,n.i couv.rII3t.at_ ,Jrait!,... ,A ?-.nl. M.., K\ jtIoo. *.. +>/tfb and moon." ,- well. It takes practice, c & yet g1for.1111f1t. :1W' ..
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O L. KEENE A nlohI"% work THTTerI r1Mot'Iyi4p.npIcer.. A J-laywrtitfn: Uavcbter. AKo.elEo .Mrs. MIXIB natural gift to highest .. -
Life I Yew of I 1.111 b.ree'cIt.. JU otrat ...nii. itn.strttd. .., .... THE BR.tiNb1 /A lUltDElUm.pro- d meDtpArts of the town.-Metrop. whistler. Mru. i J "I
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Pnery Dress Goods hut TII.C u'oro"CIcI R4 M, prsrtk& ...o, pointli'I _.oiI boflV.' .7 Lj "'' ;aJitcrle'>bUu A Kewt. By Mn'Flo'rtnee ,; '. fessional murderer was lately executed in oU.Tau. 28.. the great diva.. and stands uuriva Chicago h.. ,'... _
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which 0..sit Ue1Fd MV.fn.ke munev.i'.pular $.........Duaota And'.'lrl b tue Ivlactoa'a Oath. .Lerst.hlui ...., ..Moravia and his brain was closely dissected '4 ', few years all the young ladbsbetter Y., 'tv .
WION8. KID PARASOLS ..d coinlO,1..411 moat of lb. fsouiIe. flsW 7'isCIO. A. D..olO JUtutmrd.The and examined Professor Moriz !ona who lead a lite ot .."
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t GLOVES Sir N.I'. U..lr. 4 Nov.I. BJlM Mn Lewul Wemaa II.terw A Honl.. By ( <1lJy I exposure are histlere than the young 1",

0 :"Silk Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kinds A A.U.nere4 Old Mu's i4f.8aeriICS.A 1'10..1.' A ZovcL MaRio: By fliu..... .tI S. lU"'f.d.Tile Callrenl; Cahla. A Kor.1. By foenedict.ji1'Tlie_ convolution* are," says : albJee to rheumatism, neuralgia and f '. 7! ..'

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Fancy Wbrfc.H BS CinUt clothback.for any nltl" ll lorT 10 b .ii Costs Lbs ..rest.st;the.our.b&rgII1 ID bonks ev.roffered.for f raeuoni DO of a Dotfall dollar.totah AJ to ,found hi beasts of prey-another proof nf iV"Or.:"J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment recruit her enfeebled energies i '

"|*Prompt attention to orders. Wtn'1 in.New' rlSk liKwIaTti'thi'ciiierelal Age cJea. Al the theory retrogression: \ i is as possible ; it will banish pain and subdue in H:. MeLean's Strengthening ,

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The, Starke : 'Tetesr b. S :, -QITY- TAXES .-. .- OUU, u W4IJNOTON.LETTEl I DIED.: I '. Buy TreesKAiul Florida Grown Get Fruit.Biirserjr .L.Ui. D.? IVlIN -- 1.

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I DANIEL LYNN.- Wednesday, I with hand. ,
\ ., A. assortment on --- ---
IGTN Large
-. Our citizens will this year. for the rat 8 crowned
To the. Editor of THE" November 16th, A, [. 5887, I PLUMS A SPECIALTYFruited
PUBLISHED Ume since Starke s incorporated, bar | "uSJ I KELSEY -
WEEKLY AT-' wjj with houor, and iu the triumphs of a in Nursery. .1JtoI
!I last season ; '
Th weather some '
be
during '
ft VWD?:BRADFORD OOUTTT. FLORIDA a town (ix to:pay." The municipal expenses past week' -!llvngiWLh, at his late reIdenceBrotIer Send to A. Callahan, :.-.'..':
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of the town council have heretofore ben extremely< eThe'riv6ri- coy : Daniel :&ynn, Past Iaster of Pinehill .- Florida. ji'- ','.;
,Melrose _
with a several 't
L:". been met by the liquor license and road er shet oto inches in I Lodge No, 9,'F. A A. Min the-year leave order with <,
and has Catalogue or rt"'d
been ,
For
Editor and Proprietor. : taX which has been sufficient to'meet the thickne en '''I'his'age, and interred with d ue and solemn 1.. .
suspended. :Early in. the week a. I: J. C. CLARK, Starke. 17'0"I"
: wants and desires of enterprising Masonic honors.In _
our heavy fall of snow furnished na with the solicited. Transit facilitesat ."f. .".'
SulwcripUon price if paid advance ,
1.-
Memory of Brother Daniel Lynn P. M. i Inspection .
warden We could
not for the
account
|1. it not paid in adv&oc*|;.50. Each best of sleighing and eyery available ve- '
ubacriber will lie notified when hi. want of seeming enterprise in beautifying bide baa been At a regular communication of Pine- I Starke cr boat at Waldo. '>

nbucriplloQ ta nut by a large crn* after upon rnnnCl'l brought hill Lodge; No. 9, F. & A. M., held Jan- extend nursery and erecta
our town, in the. way of having her .J In Border to WA1'CHMAKERAND j:
hit uame, and if not ordered otherwise I Intorequlaitlon Sleighing Washington nary 7th,A. L. 5888, the following rest I ., fruit evaporator, we offer part of our
(to pnper will be promptly sloped. when meets put in older, her sidewalks fixed js so nnosual an event' that few are olutlons were unanimously adopted; young bearing grove, or part interest in .

tliAFiitocriptfon expires. up and the necessary ditches dug. and a prepare to enjoy it when i comes, and WHEREAS Jt has the Great J. all or unimproved fruit land at a decided I 'I.'i" ,.
,tihArt articles of public Interest will looked after lucky the pleased bargain. 1,300 orange trees,2,500 peach, ':"tA'j. l R.
received with pleasure and published, good drainage to keep the iule a liverynjen who and Glorious Architect of the Universe PUR ELYTVEGETABLETTIVER .,. s: 300 Japan persimmonand Jl" .

i>nt in writing;write plainly) and make town dry, and clean of mud holes and chancp t own cutters or in ,fact sleighsof the Allwise Disposer of all human It acts witheXtrIOrdu1$1Y r.l .IIClCJ 0'i "- ,000 otfier Kelsey select plum fruits in grove many of ; STARKE FLA. '1
to from midst onr-
events, our '
remove attention
lour tory as xhort; an ptWible. People puddles, until ire learned that measures any description. Ten dollars per much-esteemed brother Past Master them now bearing: Can reasonably expect OC1ocks peciaI and given o'repairJng "'&tch eaat im?
t\n\ not car to read long winded articles.Starke hour Is a high price -to pay for the use in season of 1888, 1,000 bushels of -rwelry.rCMhAS5
been reasonsblerlcee
bad never taken to levy a tax to meet Daniel Lynn, therefore bo it KIDNEYS, fet ::
of Peen-to peaches, 250 bushels of Kelsey ard& pi
Fla., Feb 3. 1888.Affvrdlug the expenses of this work. The lute eec- been a bur and cutter, but that price has Resolved By this Lodge, that whilewe J_*. AND BOWELS. plumy 1,000boxes of oranges. The altitude tt.
readily paid during be week bow in humble solemn submission to
Lion sbuttlug- up the liquor saloons of past lake protection, quality of soil and =
F and the lverymen have been nnable to the will and providence of the Merciful AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR subsoil thrift of trees unfertilized indicate Ul 1 VIE'V
,
.I'idercd to Act of Co\gre, in course sLipped a large part of the income God who doeth all things well we'do
,
supply the d man,l. Those who have Bowel Compiaiflte a "Urand Home" for a large varietyof } -
the Pod..Office; Stark, Fla., at Second of the council and something bad to be nevertheless mourn the loss of onr Malaria HeaMiaCIh8.oIj.D7lpepda choice fruits. buds 11 -
either been unwilling or unable to brother whom He to Sick Orange years ., .,1I 5 "' .
pay hath taken from
Clou Matter. done, and for the first time in the life of us Constipation. lloueneU, old endured the big freeze and are bear :. t 'J.
the prices charged by the liverymen and Himself in Glory. And be it further JISUDdIO., rolling : : -
Affection golden fruit Furs soft water, ,PC4Y9FLA.
ing .
Kidney
Starkfwp have a Tax Ordinance callingon have been Resolve' That in the death of -'Colic. I ;. .., .. .. .
yet determined ) _
balurdiij evening about 1o'clock the to enjoy the Brother Mental Depression,. :. : land, no marsh, bold I lake front south I' :
hpr citizens for a tax to defray the expense sle-gbIng have resorted every Imaginable Daniel Lynn, P. M., this Lodge sustains side Geneva Lake, near Lake Santa Fe. 'i n -

moon. armc with ber face fully veiled of the municipality. This, we t the loss of its oldest, purest.and brightest ,

iug"o total eclipse. It wa? viewed by think, is a good thing, A live town always expedient Some of to the accomplish their pur- member, a beloved brother, which BEST FAMILY MfCICINE, ;
pose. vehicles.that. have we sorely but reverently lament. In all FRUIT TREE AGENT. CaBBOlf
'm.iny in-npie; la different parts of the city, the relations of life his i ;
.. has a full treasury, and the more appeared upon the avenue during the generous nature IBf
number watching IL until it had solid candor andfirm Without It I prepared to fill all orders for !
quite a money }u the treasury the better and neat- pat week. have beep both novel and unswerving sincerity 10 Household Should am the .'.
*. adherence to his convictions of peacb, pear, and other fruit trees at j- !
the
}wsaed from .under the shadow of er town you have. By what we have unique in construction, The favorit right, merited for him the love and confidence and,by being kept ready hour for of immediate suffer UY lowest possible prices. Special:bargains ,.. '., ,"I'. 4

-. eclipse..,. _.,_. written you perceive we are favorable to vehicle seeps t be a largesiz dry- lived. of In all him, in were the circles combined in which the solid he Will many save a dollar many In an time and doctors'!billa. offered by the 100 to 1000. Trees of any 1!; OJ[:- < '

/. Tmr Canadian Government doesn't a town tax-and a good heavy tax. too. goods Lx upon bent g pip granite of Christian manhood, the noble _ERe IS BUT ONE kind,variety, or size furnished.- have ; .. .Aw0 .

peem to roxke better work with Indians We want to see :tare put under as good for runners; others have au ttut principles 'f true patriotism and pure SIMMONS REGULATOR also orange tree, by the 100 or 1000 from )t .t>

Jluu we u e l to. They are starving to a footing as her sister towns. We want the box a ,large-sized crockery crate, Masonic virtues, worthy of our best the with rod "Z" 3 to 6 years old, at botton prices. I invite ESTATE
with straw neatly braided and out efforts to emulate, And bo it further Sea that you get genuine REAL & LOANBRKER3. :
llcalh oa tile rvscrvasiou and threaten to to see nice, clean, well-drained streets; we 1 M front of Wrepper. Prepared only by persons wantkig fruit tree of any
; I among the meshes. Some of tbe sleighs Resolved That iu lh- death of our deceased ; -:
raid the Government stores. Bpt if there want to see her streets lighted up at night j of this kind extremely handsome and brother society has lost leader, J.H.ZEILIN PhilidelphU, Pa. & CO.So-eP.e.r PRICE. Cl.OO. kinds, vines, shrubs, roses or anythingin Dec. 23. tf3TARKE 'to

the would wuh lamps, and good sidewalks,apt after humanity a true friend and hearty cooperator "_ thii line, to see me before purchasing
'stores jn neighborhood why
arc: awhile we want to see a fine TuRn Hall fully: a comfortable a the more expen- in everything lor the upbuilding elsewhere. I am connected with Eerck- SThBtr'1
LIVERY :
there be iUwitiouf sive vehicles. of humanity; one whose upright NOTICE. ,
*' built: and a g od anti} efficient fire depart- Washington seem he fostering political, social, Christian and Masonic .' mans and other celebrated nurseries andI .: *

PCB frigid friends St. Paul are now ment inaugurated. All this can be done. t life should be a standard of emulationto guarantee all orders will be filled with AND -
new which at the,present rate I. *
industry
in their of Is'now nil. And be it further the present exactness pf kind,and variety wanted. '
pngHged annqal routid gayety, Recollect that Starke the shire .to The contract for repairing h
'. l 1IiizariIs and their promise:. assume startling propor Resolved That the most heartfelt ym- Bridge or the building of a new one as may b' as I am determined to give satisfaction, FEED AND SALE STABLES
Bradford
I'-ying will spending town of and
must begin creek
county, tions. It is that of grave robbing. pathy of this Lodge be extended to our j thought! best at the time across Alligator *
.leisure Lours in ice palaces and labyrinths. to pull oqt pf the old ruts and get on the has hen discovered, a large number I dear widowed sister a',1 I Jill I other immediate on the Starke and Wa.ldo road House will door be let in StarkeON to the so that I can lo business with the same i & *, '.
the Court
ll'r-r.r.rIt] makes oats bluver to thlnK of leve) with other Couit louse towns. To of iu. the several ceme relatives and iriendu, who'.are lowest bidder.THE FIRST at MONDAY IN KEBRrARY 18$ parties in the future. *- sJL
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grave c'lore most heart-stricken at the loss we have: committee for the Office at Gardiner & Pratt's Real 1N
By order of M. R. Beaaley
.. .:a carnival of ice, but if you are afflicted accomplish all this end much more this: tries ia.the,vneighborhood of the city all sustained. Board of County $ !
CummlsslonenF Estate Office la.
Starke.
.'* with such a climate, iL'. Just as well to I years tax is tie| beginning and if we: havrf'beeri robbed during the past few Resolved That these resolutions be I Clerk of the Circuit Court and Exofflco. 1UKK Clerk, ,

puke.sport of it. view it right, we will mee( tbe levy with clays and an 'Intense excitement among spread upon the records of this Lodge, and Auditor for the Board of. County GEORGE A. GARDINER. CD ;1
tbe,colored people has been and a blank page be left in our minutesin ('ornmisiiohIerR. L. '
This amusing item is clipped from the,, outa; murmur, pay over taxes promptly, 'the engenderedby memory of our deceased brother, and HE '.IIOUS C IJSTOM.IIIADEPLYMOUTH I i'cD
., and thank God that we, like all respectable puliction o the facts. I is that a copy of these resolutions be sent* $$500 REWARD. : .

k tear Water Harbor Times: "The darkeyed towns, are taxed to defray the expenses thought that the work has been carriedon to the family of our deceased brother, ROCK $$3 PANTS -cs .; { _., l;

daughter of the 'crate maker' has a I by and that most of the and to the Starke TELEGRAPH for pub. A REWARD OF FIVE HUNDRED- c :
professionals l ."
.. of shoes and to of ur city government, without bed! lication.. DOLLARS will be paid by the County of Cut to order from I. .' : ...
pew pair proposes wear ie have been sent to medical colleges ; ,.
having 10 do raisftd from W. F. MALPIIUR W. M. conviction of a clothes carefully selected cc ,
.
I so by revenue L Bradford for the arrest and b ,
them evenings when. the boys call. In I at distant point. The robberies have for style and wear. .l'"fl" r..r-- ; I
.in. JAMES M. MURRHEE,Secretary. the party this connection it not be amiss not, however,. been confined __ I ,:
to
might entirely George C. Miller in the town of Starke on _.Jg and MONEY PROMPTLY turnouts furnished al)

a ix-mark that the old gentleman also weura I GEN. BULLOCK FOR C.QYERNOR.Jthe t the colored cemeteries, as the body of a Canting a Great Steel Gnn. -* on the night of Jatiuay 1st., 1888. .' pair REFUNDED made. or If goods a new hours: day or night. ,; "'; '

(Hoes at such times which are of a more whit lady who was buIe in Mount On Wednesnay, January :}1, the largest; Offered: and published by order of the are returned as unsat- Terms Reasonable. Give us a triaL f-1

.substantial character. % I A SON OF MARION GIVES HIM AN ELOQUENT, (Olivet Cemeterylost wqa found a gun ever made by direct steel castingwas Board ford .of Couny Florida.CnmmisMone's.of Brad-. isfactory. ANDREWS & ALVEREZ, ; 'J

.- OAND> UABNE8T ENDORSEMENT. day or two later on the dissecting table I cast of Bessemer steel at Pittsburg, County, LOUIS WITKOVSKI I Starke Fit. l' ,,

-A. visitor just from the snow fields of of one of the medical college in the city.The Pa. Sixteen thousand five hundredpounds L Commissioners. Do You AVearPANTS --- -- '
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Chairman Board County
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OPALA, Fla, January t1888.. i
the great Northwest, on stepping into our District Republican Cunventionfor of melted Iron were charged into. ATTEST: I

aanrttun the other day. wh n the office To the is Editor of the Tlmea.UDoD.Jt I the selection of delegates to the, the converters. After the blow the fluidsteel II. F. YORK Clerk of Circuit Cour.l and .-. ) ,

doors were all open and the balmy breezesblowing I understood that General Robert National Convention in Chicago "8semhied was run into the mould. The latterstood Ex-Offlcio Clerk and Audii..r' for the ..- __. _ T tt's Pills
Bullock is a candidate for Governor of I Board of County Commissioners. : l
through the open windows, exclaimed this Slate. The old hero worthy of the In1ard's Hal, on Tuesday last. on end in a casting pit. Two minutes j Tell us about what
As there color you like send us
were
: "Why didn't you tell me what houor. Around his cluster memories contesting delegations, sufficed for pouring the metal into, Dissolution of .Co-Partnership. your WAIST, HIP and
I down person and aa a large majority of those present the flask All went well apparently butit a I. SIDE LEO measure
kiud of weather you were having worthy of man of the Asa FIRM OF X. J.JONES& CO., is this day FOR TORPID LIVER. i:
here Wily if I had knowu just what it any age. were negroes, the liveliest kind of a was only after iU removal from the I TIlE' by mutual consent. N. J Jones together With jft and 35 cts. for postage for prepaid

soldier or as a statesman he stands the time ensued. Notwithstanding the ef mould that an opinion a* to the successof : is duly authorized to receive all money due the express and packing. Or send 6 cts., tine A torpid liver deruuges the whole /* '.
was Florida'would have seen me weeksig firm and pay all indebtedness of the same. to us or to Ihe office of this paper. and a p% tern, and produces ':
and Ms either i i
record of
compeer of' any, on Frederick Douglas and-other the operation could be
** find for pronounced.On N- J.JONES acre of samplos will be mailed you. 1' ctadiner
Nobody must expect to an field civil life is stainless. B. P. JONES, good linen-tape measure as b-Ti ;!
the or in Like prominent colored men present. who Monday, January 16, it was taken; we depositeitbrthe Sick Headache t
adequate description of Florida's climateIn JannaryS, ]888. 6 ,, 5t. Proprietors this paper a number o ,
all of the truly great. he has never sought counselled harmony and order, the Convention from the mould, and the casting was these packages for sale at six cents. Costiveness Rhsu-

{ any new.pvper. It must be seen and to Lw great, but IIn. moved out in public resolved itself into a mob, in pronounced perlect, both bv Superintendent PLYMOUTH Dyspepsia, ,
ROCK \
I fell (tD order to be appreciated.Ex.. spheres only when duty has called him. which each of tbe rival factions contended Hainsworth of the Pittsburg Notice. .,.:: '. PANTS CO. matisjn, Sallow Skin and Piles :

WHERE WE. STAND.. lie has done well whatever he has under- fiercely for the possession of the Casting Co., and by the government rep- pIHRTY L ply to the DAYS County AFTF.R Judge DATE ol Bradford I WILL conn Af-* .18 Summer St., Boaton, M..IIJ. There is no better remedy forth** i f!

4* token to do, and graced every position of sUgfl. The services of the police werefnaly resentatives. The gun is to be 'of 6 in. ty.l'lIllt Florida. for sale an anti order COlveytht'granting S me..l E
The Editor of the TELEGRAPH believeethat trust conferred by his people.He rrqui.e t prevent further disorder calibar, with 71 In. powder chamber; !a W quarter piivate of See. -.T 15, RSi E, in r quarter m. vu..- L. C. HULL Sold Everywhere. J

the tune has come Alien the peop'eought has become known to fame as the and'the hal wai cleared. It will largest diameter, 23 in., and outside I ty.Blythe the, a tame minor.Lethg,. the JA.1Ls pro"v M.JOHNS, ? .
\
take into serious considerationwho be remembered that four yeats ago just diameter of muzzle 10 in.; initial velocity Jan. 6. eupIitof' said minor.Notice CONTRACTOR I & BUILDER.
to
"Old War Horse, just as Jackson was I-.883. .. ._ Over 6OOOOOO: pEOL !
they Intend In send to the next Leg- known as ""Stonewall"" and 'Benning as such a disturbance fo'Howe tbe attemptDade of projectile, 2,000 ft.; pressure in _' -. _______J.o _... -- .. t ;
by the : people chamber, 15 tons. Its total whenfinished Is- : STARKE, FLA. SED5
/elet weight of
Insolvency.T
islature. Tho TELEGRAPH of course wiltuplxL1. ''O14 I Ro k. He was as brave as Mar- ills
eat t the National Convention. will be 51 tons. After completion J- SHIPM\ ADMINISTRATOR OF THE H 1Im$1 O.M.FERRUCO. ,j
the nominees cf the Democraticp.Lrt3rbUt
$ ccllus ia- battle and as true to duty asFabiu '! of Washington have no voicein it will be. subjected to *; tateof William Hay-, late of Bradford I 3 LAlao'd specifications furnished on are udmittod totette "
will do Its' tmost le have But his fame does not rest solelyupon the extremelysevere county, in the St.Ue of Honda,deceased -Having sljo rt rmoti e. Carpenter work solici- Largest SMdsnwn 'I
deliberations of this Convention, tests atIl'pal i Md. filed In this Court"Vntten suggestion off the tul and promptly attended to. I \ ., in the worM. -

lhte nominees' men. uf character. We his war record. If he was a Mar- the idea ot selecting delegates and iThe casting of this gun is an event of; insolvency atl. sons of sail estate claims. notice is.hereby givento Hand made brick for sale, cither at the : D.M.FEHKYJkCO'I lllvlralW. :,
pei having against said tstme
cxpwl to fight all side issues of whateverCharacter cellns in lime of war, he has proven himsdr ing them to Chicago is,. to say the leat, much importance. If the piece provesa to file the same with me, rtuiy authenticated according kiln or delivered at the depot. 7. u..a4 ru..g i. ''

believing, as we do, that the no less a Cato in time of peace. The amusing, success, it may revolutionize the construction A. D. 1S88 to.law. on or he. fort/J.the K.:2 1UCHAKD..t day of July, July :30, '87. tf. 'jH- SEED

Democratic party is the only party for theSouth stern integrity of the man and ever billeromity Representative White, of Indiana, is | of gnus in this country. It Starke Fla...Jan 2, 2 8, Count;JudRb.SHERIFFS S ANNUAL

,'bleh:6 can depend. If to all of t<> bo uu&eaiod ou the petition of bis will do much .: : S. For 1888WllltMBkilld ".
u.pon! manner corruption, signalized -upI to put the great quest t ion > S. J. TEMPLE. .- '

we f.-ijled iu the Inst election In sending hid course in tbe dark days of his I jxHitut nl the lat election, 6xUepreuLtive -i of supremacy between c'u$ and builtupm I RECTO ALLaPlllicaDtI

good wen to 'Tallaliuss as the following Slate As firm as adamant, he neverIJ.4rpw. : Lo wry. The Committee: on I to the test of practical trial. Italsois SALE. 8' \- to lot iBiion Lad*3

'(rUm one gf our Jacksonville cunerni{ ;o Uw right( haqd of to the left fui 1lcctiUll of time liousH report that White, a step that may; bring about the trial I'_ v.:.. \ ctoni.Twkoutord&witt.-.. S

who U a Republican, of aluminum-bronze UNDER AS.*y\'IR' E alP A DECREE OF THt cm -5- I nvalunble to. r .
wore votesLh..n TEMPLE'S
inter then should be Should MILLS
farics a0em.s t( we gain or place, but bore himself against ple guns. it CUlT COURT of the Fourth .Judicial f'irouir of' EverypenusCardenFleId

4 mgrp particular' now., having such eperIeice this: tide of evil with \bii\\ wieldy influence, his oppoueui; *"t aa i appears that be shown that casting can pioduce a satisfactory Florida. in and for the County of Bradford in 'PI4 i

tq guLlo. us, We have good men, Hqd. mjghlly aided to rescue his State. IIe although he has resided in America since cannon then an addition!.n- .pending Chancqry wherein sitting in David a certain L Alvai-ez cause administrator therein- rFLA_ r'D'bo'i4u,4 ., i.

and % belbi tne war, he has never been naturalized duceruent will be created for trjring of the estate of Milliard. F.Browir deseased D.M."FERRY&CO.,Detroit,Mich. :
DcinocratH.
good Jn BradrortTcQUnty. &as siq ce \he days of prosperty to the and 18 the Complainant. George W. .\\ilry and
as the Constitution of aluminum-bronze
let tit see to it that we select the best menwe country enjoyed iu tranquil walks thoraurels ; the a metal that is much C. J. Wiley his wife are defendants. I will sell at = __ : _: :
the' United a lutes tied urea that a man musthave easier melted than steel and that in public outcry in front of the Court House door in MaNUFACTURER -jE ...r.. __,I ; .
Lave-men. who have Interett: of so nobly and honorably won His been Starke Bradford County ont he "-..
citizen of
a the United strength and
4S Statesfor
generally resistantqualiticsequals SIXTH DAY OF FKBRHART A.D., 1888.: .
,*thecunutyat heart and who will see thatwli stalwart form can be seen any day on the at least seven years before being or surpasses it. the same being the first Monday in said;month. .- OF AND DEALER IN
n a J4wJ ;mude that it i is not tamperedwitht streets of our city. for during the legal hours of sale the following lands ;
l. eligiole election to Congress, he cannot The progress of the new piece will be situated in the CounPV of Bradford. in said 'Kate Sawed and Dressed Yellow Pine kICUREflFITS I
r"clerical 1 force of tbe.\ssemlJly: General Bullock has many very warmfriends hold the otiice. The election will watched with much interest both bereand of Florida, anti known and described as follows
Tl*:JWrwIftfr 1 U the article nnd in their therefore to-wit. The north east quarter of the southwest Lumber. of ewry Descriptlan and
: company finds his i be declared void and the seat abroad. It is satisfactory to feel quarter of section thirty six township seven

t'rW''rjkwallic I Jut Legislature wasfar most con genial recreation. His njagnetismJays vacant. Iu a case of this kind, in which that the United States yet south of range twentylwo east(n e%of the K w Quality. J

(rom *4 alfclory. Never before, per- all under con tribune to his propulartyad the min who received the greatest number -i a new departure in may heavy ordnance.Inaugurate M acres offwc.more 36 or T 7 less.southof Terms range Cash.22 Purchaser-e contajnin pay.-40 Laths, Pickets, Railings, Bracketaand !

apsbhe| Mpoir of the Stale was there of votes is ousted I It lug for Title. HENRY W. EPPERSON Sheriff, Finishing Lumber constant on
it
his i !
not seems evident
of that
such lijumfertjjipf Ibfe 'result doubtless ofsheer gIft common sense never dots custotnarv if cast metal guns L. B. RHODES Eso. Complainants Sol. hand. -

tuejtaiaK, U pot worse both in the violence lo such sentiments of admiration. to give the election to the candidate are to be satisfactory weapons, the proofwill Stke, Fla., Dec. 28th 1887.SHERIFFS l !

ncnttQ'cerhatn of the clerical He is almost universally popular in who stood secoud, and lattice Air. Lowrywill be given in this country. In thus Specia attention given to Filling -

fixation !Go< )laws>p 8ed in response gain nothing by the success of his, casting guns the savitjg in is Orders with Dispatch. \vlen'-I say CURE I do not mean merely ta :
.Marion.
Were it expense
possible for him ;
to a : stop them for a time and then have them return .
to the urgYul fleutaiHls of the b SALE.UNDER ,
people were before the efforts to unseat Mr. White. 'I'beelectilnwill very great. The new piece will cost but agHln. I MEA. A RADICAL CUBX.I ..
niill fi rendeh-d'lwnrM: than useless counly for President Scroll}}
> < j or by 'C.nlldat simply be declared void and fraction of the which WorK have made the disease of
a newo"e sum would he '
the fitoimiSHioit rf alleged clerical eirors, :of the general Government, it is presumable ,
and in iftipccls the work of theLegilaIure ordered. Although most of the legislation expended upon a built-up gun uf likeOt ANtJ BY VIRIUE OF AN EXECUTIoN ISSUED FITS, EPILEPSY or
many : the that ANn
ju'lgingyfrom past, he wouldbe out of the Circuit Court for Bradford County.
was nothing abort of a disreputable during the past week has -caliber. / of Florida .
f- State ,dated the 5th day of A tober, FALlING SICKNESS,
fltl't.- disgrace to the State.It voted for with the same matter of foci been of genera] public interest, still the A. D., 1887, in a caut-e therein .pending between Vegetable and

i isfuf il>e people now to viudichle the kind of way, and with the same coofdcDceIn Committees having charge of the several I I We call the attention .of our mcrchantsIInd Thomas Owens, as V.defendant Porter as plaintiff: I have, and levied aanst!upon Owen and Orange A CURE life Iflng time worst study.cases.I WARRANT Because my others remedy haY&to

good name ot KlniMa by fitting to it that his nbilites for. ae pf that appropriation bills have been makingrapid business i men to the article below, will sell at public sale before the Court House failed i ii no reason for not now receiving"ewe,
(he coming Legislature is composed of trust it ba word door at Starke, couuty of Bradford and State of CRATESA Send ac once for a treatise and a Fitxv BOTTLJ
were of
moa of character aud ability. They must a i simply te tst to pi'ogres*, and it i is expected that> every which is true.'e would Florida,during t La legal hours of sale, on the 1st ,of luy JsFAtLiBLB REMEOv; Give Er1wU.t

peremptorily bit ilown oo the lilltle _local him some county a'tiDUual iorLance. the General D liit>ncy Hill will be reported ask, too. i is there a merchant in Slarkewho the Monday the 6th described day of February in A. D., 18K8 and Font Office. It costs yon nothing for a.
following Hnds said
county of trial, ajid It will cure Address .
clenutgo uc" nnd the scheming ambitious Such is the estem wbie"be" is to the House during the coming ctin coiisci. ntiously say that hiu town Bradford and State of Flirida, to-wit: Beginning SPECIALTY. H.C.OOT. you.l83PEAUST.NEfYoK
jguoiurnu.HCs and but at a point on Section lli'e dividing Sections F4.C. ]
mildly firmly retire held. week. and
.Marn H. cout.tr paper hs cost him three dollars 24 and 25. in T. 7. R. 21 east. 375 feet east of the .
\uo i>opulariiiul aspiiipg QO4>compet nl8. N. W. corner po-t of the N. E. .of I !
u month for the twelve quarter the ALSO
If we are Lea haVe "''IlmC raeatt(soine- AN IRISH HORROR ;' .. Pope Leo. past months.Kill N W. quarter of Section 2i, T. 7. K. 21 east FOR sALEACRES = -_ ,
thing m4tlinl will accomplish the bject: : i Reply to Cardinal Gibbons, in accepting out your county papers and such a thence running South 273 fret thence West 375

for,'bleh they are intended we must sendmen | A. Family of six Become Incaae the copy of the Coubtilulion sent to record is (doing, and wnat will becomeof thence feet, thence Ea.st.7."i Noi; 'feet th f.J;to feet plne to of said beginning.corner post AKo PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM
rIfi '1U
to 1'1f.1Ial1at.blLl me C mptl.cnlond ;j Fight Each Other Ufce W114 ; him by President "Slarke? Here i is the article alluded to portion of motion X o. lying West of aid N E I Mr.a .
Cleveland.expresses : Icansc and bnntifli UM
honest anil zealous for the permanent t Animals. $ sentiment quarter of N W quarter Section i5. T. 7, S R 21 1iv, 'J a luxuriant frovtk. I
'WeUlU'c of the Slate hud people. i I regarding American institutionsand east. as follows: Beginning at said N W cornerpost ,...r Faite to Retlere Orf|

4'' Uie pestiferous, iKJtiifogger and i DULN, January SO.-The family' of;n i freedom of worship which evince a Advertise Your Basinets. 25. T of 7, S said R21 N cafaf E quarter, running of N thence W quarter South Section v t3 ft, =: S HairtoiftYoutkMC.IIP.PAEKER'SCINCERTONIO halrbOtkl., f

tP9\ipluu'\ r lltftcq' %be retired to the mustpb :I farmer named Doyle, consisting of lie I correct:: appreciation of the spirit of From the American Advertiser Reporter,) thence West to a Lake, thence North 293 feet to pdlKuesuid

mreiK TuMof. private ltfe.H" father, mother,.an imbecile son. and ibr I GoYAinracut.. The text of the Pope's our "We"don't believe it will pay us to advertise. place above ef mentioned beginning.Sc-ction I line, thence East to OF LAND

.' ujauightersjnJabiting an :isolated is the remark we frequently hear: Property pointed observations is follows- for Coogha.cIdInwudP&In.Ezhana-: %
: We'fail to see the necessity for the wi' .bu us merchants and Terms Ca h. PurAaser to pay for title!.
near Kiarn y. became IOSn ,d: 'In America the other business men makewhen ifJNRY W. EPPERSON.
\\cg of an extra session of'the*' Legislature iog from.the e1.cL of L lite."true- sense ot people the world.enjoy liberty Religion in YOU approach iheni for the purposeof ) Dec. 30,1887.Sheriff of Bradford County Suitable for Orange Groves, in Lotsof AKEVEWCUYCOUI1!

to create a, State Board of Health, and, I food. During the night etiog.plou one there is free u> spread it elf. I entertain soliciting an advertisement we have, I 0 acres and "p, as may be wanted MLUln L AKU viEW'irtiftJllJ -
thou \ "We have not had the slightest intimatiuo AO especial alfectiou for ; Nov 1-IY. InolrT. Price>i o loud, md $1 ft far o*
like wild America aud hire yet to hear the first nan kdvcr- r>***'
another oa's, tearing'theirclotliing cay, In Circuit Court-th Judicial 4(UU*ill buy&ds retrace for aa nan( -T?
Qf Qqvrrnor .Perry's intentions.we therefore approved the scheme for a Oathohv ,- LonthiytaiiImUtlSa.
0 and their flesh' tisennt did not pay us. Art frh.ntett ?
cutting : ware aSft
horribly. you Circuit of Florida
hardly think he will pjtke such t call :university \\uahinglou.. Your ... .. !** aalnxlr
The son was found dead in a pig stye great Country has a gruud future before it. I of the fact that your local paper is reg' c BRADFORD COUNTY. Soap. Soap Soap. th.r.i h-ilit. 11 Ub r.UIvg laud. /"'.!"SS' :
or
Jn the first State ; & p.trf.tt h .ilt Srni 'ii* a aP \\
place ft Qoard o morning His body was nearlj&iakad Your nation' has a free Government of a ed abroad as a type of the town in wl\fich\ IN CHANCERY. A now receipt hat will make W'ti, ,an yew low.tiim\.aiulreUnM..po.BoilSB.< ieudo.C JJSlU l>)|>'if SMSJ-I
Pealth would by co means furnish a panacea strong chnracler. Your President it is moncii
i and his face commands ; published? Such is. nevertheless a
was entirely eaten ,
;
.away by 50() Ibs r
for the ills to which all flesh is heir;; I my highest admiration, and I thai k fact. If J. B. McMillan g'H-l laundry iIm: forsl.OO. FLORIDA.
the pIgs! while the others were and bless and him. you Wi8V build up your b.is-; vs.Martha. } ,
diecover you E;! .11 < is
,
be : jr..t r
here must active
intelligent energetic mess, enhance th value of )t. Ball| t"e tliiig for thl'fill'IIIt'I.S. ]
in a seinirmtde slate .U.I 1 fighting theM : The your prope.
local boards as well, and where these i 4Papal expiessions regarding the On opening and examiningconipl4jnant's bill Thi is --
induce m-npi for
house. public spirited men of andc..pttal in above stated Sale
They were removed to an asylum.Where new Ommiholic university will energy cause. it appearing that the defendant -
their duty the present health laws will undouLilly hiicate'n Martha \.Ball id
a non-resulent of the at Olll\ |
to 1.1111. AlIt1rsS'!
.'suffice as witness tbe successful administration they were pronounced incurably.iusHue. be of great aid to time promoters of that jour town and if 'yu State of Florida. and resides In the County of of ice 'age$,conlA1t.kiuvi.JlLYL
; -. The father, it ;s thought, institutionS wish to build up and promote the interest: Mcintosh Dakota Territory it ;Is ordered that J. P. HICKLE "
of the EscambU County Board wil publication be made as required by law of the ,
j die from the effects of his injuries .' of your town generally, you shoiild'tthe I pe-'drncy of this suit and unless said defendant
pf Health in the second place the last ,. A Brutal Father enter her Lake'view.
Killed. public at bouTe and abroad know t %|11 I appearance herein on or before the

convocation of the wisdom( ) of the Stale A Villain's Terrible.Work. W4TEEVUJMe.. Jan. 3<).-At Ccntre you are c'oiug'lykeeping, your bust!) I I and plead SIXTH answer DAY OF or FEBRCABY demur to A.the D. 1888.allegations and To nu-ntlon the first this who paper answers will this send advertisement

was productive of such legislative bunl1tuKu -| PORTLAND, Oregon Jan 80.-A Col- Sidney,- last night. EdwardVent- ever before tbernun the "columns-of! .''t I as of said to her bill and the final same decr will_be taken as confessed a recefprree.

1.' to make us rather bear .the ills w tax Washington Territory special says: worth, fatb r / iirieen children: was home paper. Tlwman who lost nu :1 Done and prdeml this -8th rendered day of accordingly.December SHERIFF'S SALE'

jave than risl. li\p qnceruiuty of Its further "Dan foreman of his wife IM by advertising in a( .home paper is )/ D..1887. H.F. YORK, OI.KBK. UNDFR AND BY L
Conroy, beating VIRTUE
tracElayiogon cruelly treating his be found, and besic ;youjiot only aU? Bead&WILLS Sol.! Complainant. of an Execution Issued : !
out of the
attempts at law-making, and prefer, the Spokane and Palouse Railway, childien. lie. finally H i uomicwl' his in- tise your business bZjbuadTerliser yel ford County State County of Court Florida in dated and for the Brad-17th U.P-ARK.... CltICTOIIIO dI\GIIC=

;9l\it the chAucclif Ihe' ue;t LcgtIiJ>.LUI'1JIq"btlle called on a Miss Hughes, daughter of I. I. tjiitiomi of I killiHsr.'the, entire family, and town Don't imagneJar tf moment thail, pending day of December between A Louis. D.,1KM7, in a cause therein .IIaaie.r medicinal lthewontcm compound.c.ofCougt ilIaicu..lleaaIJ.r.>,WeakIf. -J

f ,' IKSU.-J 1.1 iiLittera for the public Hughes editor the Palouse News. to started for an adjoiningrts.m'' you arc a man of soFffnicu importance in-I I and against MM. Mary E.WltlcovsW as plaintiff Jidl rf tlon,InwanJ 1'a1DIIo Exhuutlo*. jSSrrff to> ?
for his ine.
: : | re- flue ce and popultrityS.that Sapp as defendant i l'Jer *limn.>en>ale w ,and g". rwooc ,
WJM"re..T4e attend a dance volver. One of every body I OOn/ed wve levied upon and will sell at public sale be6re ,) WKJ uf the etoBiach and Bow_ Me. -
given at Garfield.Vhlle hiss&niaga.incd -
1't
t b pll l'o ion knows the Court House
your place.' expen so of,an extra. sesdoq would I in the buggy he managed to drugnt of the Aeapon fiist, and a buuih'c CIiset., call on you w hetKjfou}"come to town, Bradford and State o' Florida during the legal A ; HINDERCORN8. .

lepnrntl'. Hrm t() jvStsle that I her 'jn ole wathen pliced her in aboxcar duiiiig.\hkh i hi- pistol wjis dbl hargi-d, whether you advertiSi:of not, for such is Agents to Sell bouts 18JS8 the of sale'same on bting the 5th the day first of Monday March of A.D. 1io ffbei phaU!Mln.!orent inrore and best comfort ear to(orCwMmMoiiik thm f. flB'fT1* 1 1--

.u'! u t compensation for hi J JtiKiiter near P'Llous City and ravished tliu ball IH-IU-Iluting VCntWiiLli'chest not true; and besiiln ,dou't you feel it tT la the HISTORY of month: all.the following dt'SCribed landll.sltU4ted said fewt_J.* UtgantoatCfUOcM.. BJMOX*<*> -t --
and
and killing him instantly : yoi r duty lo coniiiUate'your to.vard lYing In Bradford County Florida to-wit.
mite
of grave' "ub't| her. Not satisfied with his own guilt, ie" -- ,," your home papr, tfiat'is earnestly endeavoring nil BLACKPHALANL SeCtl.u2.ajN The. H'i or N W ? and S W 1 or s w of 1'Lbl..paper Ia kept on file at* ..
E
,'pl1,1: / J4(.f S E 1 a-.d J
S W
unJi-, induced ten of his g-ic do likewise. Langtryflugj.4lFrni to "the interest -lif E X of Section 3 of N
t The promote you1"1 all in Township
; resulty 7.Range 11,E
-'inm .,. *,'lLe The girl is about 18 years of 1'1 and ofpreposseIng SmuZiiit-( rn>latenieu\ lieu 1ot with by.(the r.. ADCtI'7.] town business and coiniuiiniiy? Advertise you" .1 \-. r1 'containing Terms Cash IU;acrts purch, more.'t'rp.lylng or less.I'r titles. "YER( SOH tA]K
fchupjtonrsaud no matter ho\v small ,
law be" '
Ifinay
J uppc-ir.iucc.: She is not expected I M-e hie Lxiiirti but-lit "' I ._4't K.Mmpttttb*. n tnt tf Ul HENRY W El'HERSOX
in' ;
mitifii j I IL and it will be sure to p'M you in'ihe kiW to nwnl ttw _.f. SbeniT of iJradfora Fla. A\DvERTIsINq
I to live. She was ktpt A prisoner I the winil, nr cVtn hanclnif; ill the $ J\t ra*< win rour.tr,
wim .wo, tun. Lt'l ihe public, Kt 1O: *.at hom.C I r.it. 1J ":111I. .. ,1'Of"'rly.pol'.Ite.1. out by 1'w.iuinl.
\\r I In tbe 1 1wretcl L jll' lo.itr to | ,bM vllbMt It. BtlU Starka, *1"1. 1.1888. v
car for tweuty-twu hours. The pi'l. niy nead lIt, of lle abroad ( Sit to I
i tdPmiES.g
live M nvfr
haL you a wide-J ; WkiMaoci BlMk .. .. /
$ ,. ,iak,. _ 9 GENTS
lu.I.:11101 _
\ nil ('\"l'I.p"at!) hUIII Apa. i.|>ui W u Wk. -- ,
I in energetic, go-ahead _
dif. was caught Spokane Falls. IhiifU biisitic&i Seat Vk> Ala SEMIS Ie

dum Sheriff' Berry will bring him here by tn"BOrW" I'I'l--hat"l' \\iuit I lieu13 coimtiY 1a.J
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'I : irke 8or, N. C. Wain- Tbe -
Campaign Year.
:; Tho W. C. T. U. will meet at the Temperance BRADFoRiiCo: '. : -

t :: taxes for 1888, The TELEGRAPh will keep up to Uall. on Thursday Feb. 9th. atSp.m. H2STTY' Ji'lorida. Highland Nurseries- ... : I _

[Fl'la., Feb. 3, lIe the time and especially so 'now as Also on FrWay. Feh.'10tb. th re will be an REPORT OF LICENSES ISSUED BY THE COLLECTOR OF REVENUE. : '.. I

by the 1st of the National action approaches.SubscribeSit entertainment at the Court House. under Duplicates of which bare been filed with the County Judge. for the period beginning Tested, verities' of Peach aD' I: .
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) plum trees f'n: > own growing for
as hereto. lha auspices of the W. C. T. U. consistingof on the first day of..October.'A. D., 1887. and ending un the first dav of October 1888. } .
and
: once keep postedin succession of Fruit from May to October. '- .
Music
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the world's do r.g &v tf Recitations, Addresses &c., to 1:1DID I Ior Jso 2000 LeConte and Keifer Pear trees

are busy. : 't't.. commence at 7-80 p.m. The proceeds to be I. G1U1ft'SD. JOa- YlUTJ'mU"OS& P50K To all ? 4
ntera & Co. TOTAL I TOTAI.LICnSE. at very lowr-'pricea. 0 C Ksox, ,
have applied to'' -
;- on Garden Seeds.WV .*- lilting up and painting the WNKX. 1I'4TL Ot1nl
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Highland Florida, j .
er blizzard coming. jugs and flower : have only a few moro packagesof Temperance Hall. 1 _.1. .. ...... 11
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T .Ults.ills. .1 IUggisl.- & '.! uo $ .1Xi Reftranceiy emission: C ,& i -
Butler t/"* | Admission-Adults 20 cents Children 2 J M. J.II'J.... .. ......., .Merchant. 00
: )W, no ice, in Florida! jug fac. garden seeds to.'give awayto ; g lU 5 00 Starke, FlaVilh whom If more convenient I
10 cents. 3 nive1" anti JOYJer. Drugrht. .. 10 co{ dl -
t"e" I J8 now on a big boom. ; made and ap- new subscribers for only one G. C. MILLON 4 J. U. CJk.- ..!el'chaut..."... '. II 10 Wi do order? may be placed or cfrom i. .

., any ware of its dollar and cents. Come sec. 5 .1. G. .\h.arez...... )Iefchot..... .. 10 oot llo whom further'information' may be obtain .

ol boots at Jone* & -t twenty CONSUlSTIOirlBTJBKLtCURED. 6 C. I U. Mi'iey.... Jewe$7er.$ ... .... II lu Oi r do ed. dec 30 87 tlptarke :

..;, i. early they will all be gope. tf 7 %l'I.rao& ,.".. ... ....! nt. ... .. 1000'tlo .: '
"I I 1 .,_. tc *". ", en To that TH i I hare EDITOR-Pleau inform yonr niA- 8 %V. !. Hivels.. .... .'11erchaut.. ... 10 O i do :')'. .
"' been r ( by Collector -- ,marks and Brands named dltease.a By posItive its timely remedy for the above 9 .. J\tt'in chIoI t1t.._ .. Keepcr(If Hulel" 5 002if -
use Uioosandi of
;-Dr Uhleinhas very than one-third we announced December we hopeless cues have been permanently eared. 10 'fl'th)" 5lerllburg C'. Me'cIiants ... II 10 00' : 00

;\ 1.i7Pg 1- .1."Ji'. .1 shall be glad to send two bottles olmy remedy 11 0. H. ThompI1.. ... .. Eati'l. SlIItJ. 'a 5 00 2 0s12 i MALEt"jJ
? J, < .," have paid their propose soon to publish all the marks rRKK to any of your readers who have con- Lewis & .1lItiy. ..)lci dJ!ut..... 10 01) 5 00 MALE AND F -

_\, '_ the ecipic) of,the. were now closed and brands that are handed in to us and sumption post office If they address.will send me their express 13 V J. Sl1ipmllu. . ... (10 do ;fJ'tt'' .

'."._. j"- T. A. LOCUM. Respectfully. 14 J. DrOtJ5IItfl ... .... .. .1 h do do .: :
r iath" < what a delin- with 10 cents. This is a cbance to tL C.,,1811"earll&.NewYork. 15 Wm. }ltlchtIJ. .. .. Crnfectiner. II S. do do INSTITUTE .. ? '

'' be. have bra recorded California F ozen. IG Andrews & Alvarez..Livery: Stable .. II 5 0( 2 00 -
Wiii! ia your cheap.Do
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.. :. : CEDAU RAPIDS, Iowa. January 27 1888.To 17 Wm. Tion .. .... ...Merchant.... 1000 5 W .t '. ;- ., .
'rfJI. ,!. move on hand to not delay f. you intend to_ take the Editor of the Times-Union. 18 PtllLrce & Jantt1D.... .. II do do I '
f. adwantagiifhisliberaloffer. 19 .J. U. bites 1t Co... .. II
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tf Private do
and so drain letters (reliable) say that at .. 'STARKE, FLA..., .
.)'Pd..bay at .. 20 W. W. Vhapml1o. .. do do

'..'.'..'.' _'J' lands, aud this Middleville.Our Riverside, California the mercuiy fell to 21 Summers & Bro.. ... .. sa du do ., .
; ''_- fourteen degrees. At Los Angeles ice .2'J N.J.Barry&Son. ... II .. dD dol "-"
SPRING
Starke always people are raising a formed oue-half inch thick. At 23 R. G. W arc'.... .. ... a' h" do ,10 ?ERM OPENS'J'ANUARY .\.;'.
great .
car-load at- dollars have been 2-t T. %V. Sweat.. .. ... .. .. (10 do 9th, 1888, ami continues Six MontbL' ... 4..
miles -
: deal of stock.Ve believe it is twenty from Riverside the temper 25 A. L. VonKirn..... .... ,. do do' RATES of tuition. $2.00. $3.00., and : -

owners.. much better to raise our own meatat ature was fifteen degrees. Everything 26 Garoer. Pratt & Edwards'Land \ent" II 2.5 00 12SO 4.per iDdnth. payable at the end ol : ., -

: than ever at was frozen and killed. At Pasadona, 27 Hit-burd Pace & Wills.. lcrch2uta .... II 1000 5 00 'each month. Music $3.50 per month. -
in a lathe 3 cts. a pound than to buy northern 28 Frt1) )litrt .. ... .. '
fiet-zinir for ten consecutive nights. California o. ..ltC'per P IOOm" 3 00 2 50 Every HvKantage offered to loose who

c and is ready to meat at 10 cts., and have the seems after all to have the honorin 29 El. H. .Jones..... ... 11erchsnt.. ... II 10 OC 3 00 desire a lu-eral education atalowcoat. -
30 U L. Peek .. .. ... Iosltrl\nc"e -\g't. 01 II do do For further! particulars address J -. -
e.three new' houses and turn some of other 7 cts. to pay for other necessary the way of I he cold wave this sea- 31 Brauu81d litcbeJJ. .. )lerthlnt..... to II do do Ji.A.; CLARK A..B. i;;- .

4be city. into his square articles. son. Very respectfully 32 .Johu A. KIDg.. . ..DnJ gl..t..... do do .

G. R. HKTNNER.Laxador 33 }I. L. .McKinne}"......} rcb nt .. .. 01 do do Principal.Dec. .
TJI&B.C C. Heiberger has received, though. Mr. Geo. Gardiner, the fruit tree '\ 84 M. C. Hood .. ... ...Pedler... 01 01 83-t 4 17 23 ui 7-tf- -

to call. man, has been out this way deliver- ,* IS the remedy now mostly 3.' Joseph Pendarvi, .. )lerchaot ...... 10 00 5 00 :
Ifaen Cove this_week. relied upon when a good purgative family 36 O. W. Il tnts & 00. .. Li as do do THE BLOOD IS TilE LIFE OF .

: to a broom fac ing the trees that he sold in the fall I medicine is needed. All druggists sell it 37 U. L. Peck...... .. ...Land Agent... h 00 12 00 THE HUMAN S
L. Johns expects move .
.jl, 'F. G. last
have, if there Carpenter spent Sundayhere. i for 25 cents a !ckage.The J. R. RICII.\RD. C -
house next week. 110ly .Tudge. As veil as the animal so alas Is the sap Ota
$new He expects to go back to St. ...., -
grown Io pay dead mag preparations of opium --------- -- .' liooftbetreeasweUasthevegetabiiAdckiytree .

\\V. C. Tyson, from Provid( such a factory. Augustine soon. for the baby are rapidly disappearing -J---- Button,Lies aDd CoafttII B1Iott. Ask JUI v. will ptjxiiice immature fruit A delicate plant .
121. JAMES MEA1(1J N SUOB or the JAJlKS will produce'Immature regeiable No man ttarw
Alia i the city this week. for our farmers Mr.Vagner is clearing a piece of before the use of Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup. -- IUCANH 83 llOUlWDpappeara&IIOE.accoI'l1lqIoJOGrIlMdl.p2s1Ioath.o.1.stv.1yi find fault Mth nature she always doe her part .
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land. Sold by all druggists. p- erlDaIDe well;but rt an must htIp her if he would aharvt:6t. -

liThe hammer and the saw For seed and 7"' JAMES MEANS Ii you wan a plentiful and weD matured $
\'. Best is expected to return '.It is worth its weight in gold," is a l\\\ of
fcjeming in every direction.ijfA see Mr. Miller. harvest golden fruit and large well matured .
soon.'k .- common expression. But, while the \ \\ -- 84 SHOE vegetables, use*Tan BBST Fzanuzza" and --
Io tz n
H. Alderman, of are doing The party at.Ionia k was a grand value of gold is easily affected, the worthof t' I ". :. f. I. u the it will giv IOu all satisfaction, and leave your r -

tb't23rd of part of town Ayers Sarsaparilla, as a blood puri- .. JAMiSM Groves t.good healthy condition for .winter, -
D January. success. All a pleasant ) .1'I \ NS what could dedrc. All orders -
report very tier, never depreciates. It will eradicate I j mote you will receive \

_"__.Chas. Qunther, cf New >h; and ditching. time. srrofula from the system when every- : $3 SHOE profnpt.attention.Address all orders to. .
; \ J) W.BBIOHAX.Manufacturer
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n i labor a
will
drain -
VonKirn. Mr. Wilkinson has returned from thing else fails.I : t
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Co,
Lakertew Clay Florida.
toppingwithMr. Pecans It is made fir } I J
If inn* > ncrapltion* are inch u a
open up new the North in bad health.' There is l.ave used I'' ,\.1. '.Yf.1/ ,- ( Lg -'. r J-Rc1 t:.m 11 i..': (,r Ii.11'r a>nl cioro dre.,vfcte thin Parties, can be furnished with any quantity '.- : J.
t your Salvation Oil for \ \ t. .1AMKS BiKA>S S3 SHOE. Our $J 1'1& 11. -
vj. G. Alvarez and family and !. 1 ,'laloUhrcf fur i-jcU' ,they desire D.W.BMOHAM. J
I Jort _
best a leT
of cracked I \ I: |j..r3ncl.t rrpuUtmt cn I .
no place like grand old. Florida, and heels, mange, and cracks with I \ \ij,F 7. I. ;, I 'h _:.01 rtnraMlltrnrh,as"I\nt.r t'\nf! hni e" kHCwn In the .
lending the week in ": h'.r rprT of f:,*t.-C:. J.o tors able In
friends : .-. IXI..IM-I arc 'r;rn-c
a way Middleville at that. honjcs, and it gives perfect satisfaction. ''1 "u 't. 1- i \'. Th .Ti-nc lfl'anr..f.*_ Show is U H tint >tyl--h, FIRST [CLASS PRIVATE '-.
CIIAS.V.. a I : -s s nil>t u 1.31'KruMe 111 MIV t'.ioc uf Us wci;.!.t tri r lt.a-.ti- .
If HUB Emma Berry, sister to A. LEE. I I I t ,I 'I L ,,.tllf''. TVo ""I.r.kn.f. ...rt tt>nt It trtrr vital nri -
Claj County Items from the Spring- 414 W. Baltimore Street Balto. Md. I _4-::* 1 "i-i rt lie .Tami'it M'-nii* t>4 Shoe .11 *>,u.l to lhh BOARD I
I Jerry is paying her brother's three i, -- I t t ""tj,2' 1D .>i. v.'lr'i :4\,* lU'!>-rNcn tilled at -
young I :I :. 'fj $r. rr 87. It h.isa iKiUL-nlnl' And namlrcJ cnlf ....
vamp.It "
In proporLiun> to the limited The cost of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is II I J ,Ii . IN STARKE .
accommo- *
,it.t l ] !' i hi 4 r' *'C"li-! wl l-';".il I"' !> U fit* Ilk'a : .
_ at the Baptist 25 rtorkiriiit rrq-ilr". ro hmtkinf In," b40incl"'rf"C"IVt'.h'l" .
dalious umlir his O'lilio1' Sheiirt Black only cents. A bottle will convince all h BRADFORD .
I'ul(:tt moil itvi.ru. COUNTY.: FLORIDA. .
.
I County Superintendent of night when the has a greater nuiiilH.-r of boarders than of its excellence. ,. J-rir 1!<,"i* mil t...'. 'Vi'V'' wale the tint In this --. .
I __ L: friitr/t-> l.i'i-xti".h'ly luh.-I-rol. If )'ou Save boca
Ti .Dowling, was in the her letter to any oi her Imicl ki-q>er m the Si ate. Eight Croup, whooping coueh sore throat.stuldin f:t-jip-'ntnl> ii -'hrr mhrrt>'|il Shoes )\llIf exjwrtciM THE FLORIDA HOJE.0 ." -
: I a certainly set- men ale mm in 1m cli.i'ue, and llie!c arc ('old, and the lung troubles peculiar I'-r leaftrn I f a .'Jfrm, rather t-'Ia. thot mad by tas -
fiwfoy. fi'llowrn. Tlicne fbor* are sold by the best rcuHusthrratrknnt
I X HHnMHrj'fjKr. them. It ill the two sifti cilKvuiiin fie' County to children i are easily controlled the United fit ti,. and we will ,Ute tteM BullAIne new, rooms 15 x 15,.flnlalie ._. .
BMM< to .
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TIi'ctr aid the Imn-ntrin are aol talklag ab iita easily within yoor reach, ia aojr,taU er Territory roc :ia plaster-parts and fnrnlsked
R. M Alvarez is buil jail' bunding.I t The wtmntled( IlHlU.; 'Albeit hy ailminNtcritiK Aver's Cherry Pee- ri.'> of,-rioa< I .a... Thrr ". Imply ....." will sand u*a postal card.JAMES .
the tb1r_ Th latttritirrlrr with. neat new furniture.Raujsper .
were only work to d.ruS tha n..rft. or ne. -
.eV house on his lot on CUlT}', lias had: H hC'l: *ing lie ha* lieen umfiiietl toral. This remnlv is safe to take and world"u.lbft 1 he doelr Janiei drnirt M'.n it>.|sad 1 Ska uy It that th* fcwt the Jamn In tb. MEANS & C O. : :'If V.

to laugh at. and pleaded guilty to the ch.ugeagainsl curtain in its a<-tion.A ) e.n$4Sho.Iabetter. CooaUkriaf UMBttdaefeack, -- day.week and month very moderate.Rattsiiv o.J .i .
41 Lincoln St. Boston. mU. .
-- bs&i.boIsigk ,
,enue. n on application. Table supplied with -
_ well known 1 him. lie is 11111 l yet coiiMcleml to Rush to Florida. the 1*1it the martts afford at all seasons. Liberal >

,cv. G. 'V. Patterson be>)iil of ilmger: and is utcoiu,iinl.ilcililha Full line of the above Shoes for sale discount from regular rates made to partiesspending
man, has a Notwithstanding the multitudes that the winter neaaon. Owing to our light ,
Lakeside Monday and \\ bed-in one of the n>umb in the d y, iiealtny atmosphere, Starke is considered '
Lit. His Japan have gone to California this winter, thereis by J. G. ALVAREZ Starke Fla by mfutf" learned Physician as one among ha b
gweek Culll I liutlsLVA. a large increase of pleasureseekersgoing best iuts in the Stale at which to pass the win .

PA," specimen; ,he bell), \\chrhing aliotit 200 lljs i is leiiigplat Florida ..-0 --__. -____.______ ter. Th* "Florida Home" to a handsome buildIng -
to also.
% 'I The Louisville and is located one block from the Railroad
.Anotber invoice of Clothing of them at oi.14)n. the \v.uehoi'vc of the WalnutMICXI i and Nashville is A Nevel Christmas Gift I raja-noT .p4t. Starke la X mitas sooth of.
doing a letter .Southern
Baldwin and is reached by the Florida and
|:7mna., this week at Truby, promises to v\:JII": io be mug as ahignul i lor&i0.iiftMa resort business this winter than ever before [From the Rucksport(Mo.) Clipper.] DRumSTORE. gation C oa.' Line. Special attention given 'Carli'invalid -" .

:" & Co.f. and in.iking u landing HI foggy \\euth-1 and Christmas Eve there was a tree in a town guest. Address *** "v.'
.hfg tree, no, one in anticipation of sharp competition I W. VCMOORK ; .
__ er. Tim is ihu oi&. li l Uell out the liver uid. from the California bound lines hall, and one mischievous young lady, Starke, Bradford Co.,Fla. fo. .' .
least one tree. Dsc.9,1S87.5 : .' .
i;A few piece of fine dre lit il.e.i'UipnM.! Jitof tf will c very u>>elul, I, hare equipped lheir, entire system of roads who thought the proceedings too solem, _- .':"-"", :

I :'jtap to make room for new ready for .deliv- pai in'ul.u'y; duri illlicprill mouths. nlS with the finest Pullman buffet sleepingcars laid a plan for waking the old folks up by "'

& Co. on Mr. Syd &lc.tiucib, ticquunlly nuke theu1 Kunliuga to the of the tree FLORIDAV.. .
: it Truby, Sternburg which run through on very fast climbing top on a stepladder -
samples. with' ntcut ililBculiylieu the "weather is after the glass and crockery was '
time between St. Louis aud .
especially
: Last Sunday while all were ROUGHRICE .
7'v has bought W. thick points in'the Southeast, including Jack- distributed, and accidentally( ) falling ; .

[fjlcburcb, Dr. Mattice fence ..: bheiiif lil.icU leceived notice by tt'e-! sonville, Fla.. and what is more, they go into the brunches. She took one old gen '

J lire from the burning woods and in his grocery graph on Friday thai bheiman 'Uiam who out comfortably filled every day. The tleman into her confidence, and he, Unknown -I j The Charleston Rice Milling i- ... :

Ipartially destroyed. continue at the bh
: Wesley ; Tla &*]-lcli1I icplied that the her dress with a I -
{ Louisville and Nashville is so thoroughly hooking on a tag young J. L. GASKINS : : Company :

f, Before you buy garden seeds called by his &);::it should! he held ftJr jIen titictLion. enjoyable and cheap with.il that uo one gentleman's name on it. The fall came ; .

to and subscribe for the boy. 'He CUll Ill)' Cleik! Bard ill,*. 'nKule a 'iip to should fail to take it in, the more so that off according to programme and the DEALER IN] FST END HASELL STREET; \ '- ..

*|nd get a dollar's worth of seed from call Ucdar Kc)s, two \vet s since lu identify the cost of going is little, if any, more wicked joker caught the young 'lady and Drugs & Medicines I COOPER IUVER.CU.\JU. *TO=.S C. .' h

]for the postage. up a a suspisumib eha.aCl '1' who h.iU been uilevedai than staying at home.-Exchange. boldly read off the young man's name. Starke. Fla. W.P.RUSELLJr., .

:;. position, here, in Ihal p.hive under the belief that 'To my surprise." said the old gentleman _
Dr. J. II. McLean's GENERAL UPER HTENDENT. = i
Ladies-in about ten days, known by every he was Brain! but the resemblance proved Physicians prescribe "he answered 'Here!I' and boldly took bis Physicians' Prescriptions ,?
Tar,Wine and Balm in it find .solicits Rice ; ;
Lung ; they This Company Rough tu ',
.&e burg & Co. will open the position as sole to IK vet'' fcligli- no'trace of opium or morphia, while its present in ins arms amid the applause of Carefully Compounded at all hourt-. dai/ ornight I. pound OD TOLL AT 8c PER BUSHEL :. : .

i'ltock ef Dry Goods and notioqs busi_ess we feel The colored I men, Vt'. Johnson Henry efficacy iu curing all throat or lung discuses the now boisterous audience. The young 'he cheapest rule in the nee-growing _/ 4tates. E' :

Davis..and hat iy Jones charged with man and young lady bad never spoken to July 26, 18'7S-nl. They guarantee the very best turn -
brought to Starke do well and biii'l.iry lit cmeiing \ir. Cluilker's &loie, i is wonderful. each other before. : ut or yield and ,a flrst rate "sample.* .. '

:V- Mr. T. \V. Sweat, City Mi1li.i.iitI.g. wcie imested la't week by Exposure I": -ugh weather, getting wet, It in "Will j. Jcents tb y each furnish-coi 800 erage pound,:of Rice barrels Barrels at at lb8.40_ ., .
happened Brooklyn: you
lti1r Bl tck. The two former woe living in damp localities are favorable Io vyp ) l
If busy at his work. His is a Sternburg & cap- cried spout 10 cents. ;"y -,/* .
luud iu Lake Cil}', :lIItl gave such iuforniaii..ii the contraction of diseases of the kidneysand rust me Fannie" he passionately Drayage OD Rough flcetvokor :, t. :"
cult task and each one ought to stock of hand. "With all bean. of '
her jICrimh.4'
C,-. complete that Jones \\a* seized i; in Jackson- bladder. As a pievenlive, and for grasping my whirftnnull 1 cene.- .
'all in with soul with all mbtfiunon" sales of ft I 1. ..-.. ,
t jfim their'lJOwcr. been brought to vDlc. uHer! skll Tally evading the Sheriff for the cure of all kidney and liver trouble, Augustus" allyiny I IB&U11E0AND HAIlt DBES8RB. cent on the'dollaV. _dfrejht "

} Mrs. Mary Jones died Sunday as good as'going some lime A quantity of clothing anda use that valuable remedy. Dr. J. H. Mc.Lean's myself, she whispered nestling on his via railway to Char ujfli, Rice .,

manly bosom. "Would to heaven you OPEN AT ALL TIMES. sample at beet H rite.. for -.,
buried Lakeside through their gUll I ieiogni-ed! :is the piopeity of Mr.ChdUer. I Liver and Kidney Balm. $1.00per ; bought by ;
,na at on go bottle. were my tailor," he murmured, sotto voce ciisli, in'Iny quantity j, 'J.5* ;' :; : "
found in pus&esMoft, and ,
1aat. She leaves a family of 5 Upstairs you can were and tenderly he took her to his arms.pYAi. Let us pound out 'iflJL. 1 parcel 1 for 1;,, t
:IM! > w'vnal oliter! hieaims' of tine quality. SHOP:ONICAlUST. ?JUST EAST you. sa car load *"JC1rIaJi youwilL .
< furniture
iren tier ,
to loss. Sick headache wind tl-c stoinich.biliousness .
mourn <-u -
The me! were 1'l'lIlIht before Justice send us another. or Jf tt r prefer to

3 Strawberry shipmentn are ; rl', occupying the Gieer on Monday, and, aTlyr evidence nausea, are promptly and OF RAILROAD. sell in the rough, tendo' a. quart 'sample -
banished lr.J. McLean's full io a shot bag. and we- will make you an
large buildings, taken wcic hald for trial I iu the sum of agreeably by li' Will constantly keep on band a| .
Vlieavier every day. If this Lillle i Liver and Kidney Peilets. 25c aykil. I line"f lie f.lIowinigo.ds for aIe. offer. ", t ,."- 1
r.Weather continues we will articles on the $. OU l'/lCIt. I)Wednesday Sheriff Black ; DANDRUFF CURE to cleanse the hair ,

like counting the receive I a iclfgi.un horn UeLand staling CREAM OF ROSES for the face to -

pupping by the car load. Uull'iM wanted there piobably remove sunburn, tan; freckles and smotii .
.- The proprie- l ninivcie! Children will freely take Dr. J. II. Me the skin. i Luxuriant Hair '1f
Il had to i-:'|'K in the mailer of thc possession of ROYAL JtW t
yorVitkovaki a handsome Leau's Tar Wine and Lung Balm; uulike A full line of Razors and Hones constantly j
/ tt many "
Htocket Monday morning, whi dorks wi'l take their line pi-l"l and shotgun.Mr. cough syrups, it contains no opium, will un baud old razors repaired. J t Can'only prewrved by keeping the f I'
requested MrBmhr jjf"J.. W. HICKS
*Pldly The total B-M.ILM 'ast :year other and heal any disease of the throat'ungs scalp clean cool and tree from dan. '
dispersed. / STARKE FLA. .
,
around and ]
& for the
improve-
:
you lo piepare plans : quicker than *.1 y o titer remedy ;:- draft, and the body in a healthful'condition.

il ounted to about 20 dollars. even if you ineiil of (he II net of land purchased front ; The great popularity of j sJ

Mr. Sturtevant, agent for to buy. Cour- the e&taieo of I'.tliner aud Feni-, and I Parties wanting their Orchards pruned R1vas&JOINER Ajrers Hair'Vigor is due to the fact -

1 Ijir; mill II I)' lictv'eeii the Court House i will notice Mr. Wynn's advertisement in I : ttiivit cl,anes UM scalp promotes the
inufic house these : :
Edmpbell's was gentlemen, a-nl! I tile I e.i.leuc1Oil the lli'l. Butler his issue"lie understand s the business I I II 'at th uf the hair, prevents it from -. -

i,:) yesterday, on his usual has lecc'illy completed these plaas which Information:0- Wanted. 2 STARKE, FLA. I faH_K oat and gives it that aoft and .

+ -J- I t r:lky gToss ao ewential to perfect beanty. .
g and collecting. have IK-CII shown to ot our citizens
t many OFFICE OF THE "j -I Frederick Harily,of Roxbury, Maaa., -

Kew seats have been put for the puipose of receiving suggestions FLORID i IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION > DRUGS_ AND CHEMICALS, .1 a..utleDw'ftIt1 jroara of .'.wan fat -
'! JACKSONVILLE, Jan. 13, 1888. J
additions or al tcrttuns.; ," : what remained
as to luttiog his hair and wiw -, .
'fresbyterian Church. are wish call the attention oftlDdLfns -4Klf4 .
They MAYbR of n we to .
The plan cover the whole area flhitVthan ; growing gray. Alter trying \ariumtdreMingx

tomfortable and a decided a 400 acres, ;tiId.&Q.' uot .* i3y the of our Stateto the importance with no.ilect. bo comiueiictxl JTJ

It."that beautiful building. DAY. suI 1 lVlswno. into I 11Ull"\- .;' Lois''. but also of being,, represented in some way at the the use of Ayers Hair Vigor. ..It. .
"
\, -.Qn.'Q Bureau pjInformation in the Sub-Trop- : the ont *' be writes "
proclamation by trtaiiiiLiH of the 4t r.-u J j Ktoppvd falling ; t.C rj
;* Starke is soon to have a the 'cJ "iwLV V want reliable printed matter "1m.1, to my great'surprise' converted j' .
E. A .
of
Perry landscape garc
'factory, Mr. J. C. Clarke the principles "'_ jjti piive of every locality, and those POWDER my white hair(without staining the .
,
8th, will be ail requiring i good taste, and close _-, In have not yet forwarded pamphlets. M-alp) to the "nme ikad of brovm it ;,. .
ffrietor, is now cleaiing a lot of lea oT !l.uui. for its effective! levelp',,' their inter- '* .
-
JIIlI of
citizens of Starke, .it:aps or circulars describing _- had when. wa &years age.
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ffoon, erect the buildings. More and teachers and ment. Mr. Buik-r. guided by the directions !, are urgently requested to do so Absolutely Pure.., FAN -- : I
Years
1.' CoL \V W. Moore haa of M t". l3oi ilcit. has plainly given 1'1 yitbo1t further delay. Let every local- Thin powder never varies. A man TOILET ARTICLES Ten Younger. --

( t'd to cele- much 1 laioriats! Mudy to his subjects, but i 1y send something that will represent of purity, strength and wholesoraenew PiTEXT MEDICINES, &e. | lu. JIary Montgomery, of Boston

little grocery store planting out fruit : the'tuidiijH'gardener I i in laying out his I Iplalls. ,J4: advantages and rlsou. rces. Afore kinds, and economical cannot be than sold in the competition ordinary PBESCBIPTION5I CABFPCLIYY writoa: 'Tor years I wad compelledtowearadreucaptoconcealsbaU

ones ifc; Heiberger's. We their own premi i \\oii.s. btiinl ly. and his effects arc s. Yours truly, with the multitude of low teet, sbon COMPOUNDED' AT ALL, UOJU1.NOTICE. _.. .

I. abundance of success in his pioiiiMolnv: I !!hi ow\I '. Consequently the I E.:B. VAN DEM weight, alum of phospbaw powders pot on the crown of my head ; but now -
stl el'ts. :" I General Agent. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking. Pow- I gl.ully lay the cap aside, for your Hair '

r terprise.> WITKOVSKI, plans u" at lir!t deigned are iiu.thlystitijeci papers throughout he State will please (1* .o., 106 Wall-st.. N Y.An ./- : Vi'r i bringing out a new growth. 1 '. '
_ to git-al cliaiiL'es, mace desirableas I.. '86. I' : ,
\ ronlrt! hardly tnwt my sense when I ,
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'i Sheriff closed Mayor. \"I v.rJ
Epperson up the v\uik puigies-ses. )'' for supplying the "HIGHLY; flrwt found my hair growing; bnttbere t 'So't

kra & Cardell Tuesday City Clerk. In Mr. Bailer's map no street. is in a,!J'4 There arc many cidents and dis NOTICE. BIDS ALLIANCE" iHigb- it Lt, and I am delighted. -look tea 'r1arsyoiosger. .

>Ja to he hoped that matter* vtiaight line or at rulit angles with an ;,- ifes which nffect s'odic and cause seriou In Circuit Cour'4th Judicial land with Store Supplies will he receivedby 1 ." : 7.

be other sl rtf t. The streets are J1.o. oJ ji T 'mvenience and 1 lop to the farmer in I O. C. Knox. President or A. F.'Lajig.; u'ani1ar remit attended .the use of .
P settled and the firm until iTtb -
February
lines, and the lots are cuneuenily,, work which m&yfoe quickly remedied Circuit of Florid, Bradford i Secretary 1888. Saturday UtI A.fs Hair Vigor.by Mrs. O. O. Prea- .

baainess.. County: i i great variety of shapes. A hundre I'i.i I'i.\ -.'y the use of Dr.;! H. McLean's Vol. Coti.ty. e.tt, of CLarlMtowa,Mass.,Miss Beie p .,
proclaimed / "- r.TRIlfMING. H. dloe.nf Burlington Tt, Mrs. J.J. ,
'Our : the lols are mirked as being; intendet U canic Oil Llnimen'If JJ : J"J:
new jail has two as Arbor i the enction of public Buildings. Tit'' suffeiTpncting <'. Hnr' of Bangor, Me., and'nnmcrouali : .1'l'

', e Sheriff informs us that ruary attention include a court Itotist, several ill r-arics you tear pains on moving THE STATE, } FLORIDA TRIMMING AND OR- 0t'-rl: ,jv! -, '
t 0"John .
tXecut.ed your ami chuicheN and t al'-a bathing.slabithmcnt ihe )'e8. or cannot bright light and S. NoblajI Acramptit GENERAL done cheap byM 'a'b. of hair may he owing to to- \. ,

,: every warrant placed of an appropriate i r..1 th- colored people.. A* 4om. find your sight'i! k and failing, you vs t. >Suit by attachment tree or by the job. W. H. WYNN.. puritof the Loud ur terangeiaeqt of4' J
b&d8 the last inenl feature of the plan' s'a nul'f of W.L. P( !., I Sum sworn Io $22(10. 'ill? stomach anal Uwr in wnlch.case :J i ;,
by grand jury. should promptly usf Dr. J. H. McLean's Jan. 27. 1888. tf Stark; F :
day in our public MUltI lakes winch will be .form. .aMipply' The CeendsntL W.L. Pollock, aud Ul |her a ftwTM of Apr'. Sarsaparilla or ofAter's .r ..;,I
ba each party under bond. lie obtain' Strengthening Eyejfalve. 25 cents a box. 'rscjs )laltrtntert are hereby notified \.m tte HOUSE & rills uTrwDuecUou'witl'. I -
'f water can tciinin.ige LOIX
will im ;
that you comavoAaMOt oC the above suit by attachment .Y'xor, may lie nermmry t ..ti.y .
will I I I l thorough I and'r Are you rest'ess at night and harassedby ,and are hereby required to appear plead .-.yl ttm. to all the ** .r ----
i Reraf rnber that next W' of after-care "! in'fl OoveriiOis cretkrooS ortaavrtothedecUrationflled therein by theSe IN STARKE on Walnut street: for J '. At the uw.' a1J' J
the E.tst.Ofouise a bad cough? Use Dr. J. H. McLean'sTar. TtkidayofMay.A D.1888.the nun beinM'fr (size of lot i acn) apply to W.:
the 4.
and Core on
Arbor the pupils so I 11JC. tllIJ' 4 -
oi
said month and rule .
K1: Day, and everybody the>e plans can 'rr.kd Wine Lung Balm, it will secure you I ot 10 fflUi court HOlIday or judgment will be taken again day L. Cnpstantine! or to me at Atlanta. Ga. rrnp.es I'I'.- a .

ifueated to set out a tl ec. may be at- out oi'Iy! in tni. ? course of a long rj''of sound Sleep ani effect a prompt and rad- the*_.by default. lea"perfect. a |fri. 'il -
pleasant: and. .lui1.! I I'm I wc iK upon them ii.1'a,; 'It al- 4All .1 V .V L. R RHODFS. F. L CONSTANT1NE. tu .ii-.,; In :
is
'Jhat not a subscriber to thc i cal cnre. Feb.*.1888 Plaintiff's Att'y.I Jan. 26. 1888. 4.
n'llli'i!. t'nn"11 I by dcMiin" : p-; do hereby certify that the above in a true *
; lUpu and will t et out one :I loWIlll'cl* $ )ln'xond. the rltil" I" .IJII t"r.". ., lois an.- bears-They are fon I copy of the original notice now on file in my BfMt'VITAL RECENERATOR A.'W
cMensiou ot tLirfijl II''il''S I office.Wltnew. removes all coqseqenses of 7 7P
,. 7-n* fifty cents wiil; be I A hut ine I ot bugging. '_ _ my band and seal of Court this Febrn.uy 'Tii1 irnin;75e4W the "4Yiaaw --
liu-r will I obtained ell iii I of, .
jo *. \v'aidd I J II lheydors.t thing about a handsome 2d. 188S.I ath. Ours.wsskau of ata4 II ; 41 r. .
nO'YI.ING D.bilitr. PpIaZ I.- .. <
pajd up (subscribers for the I much to the attractions of the locality I H.F.YORKert. _tivttaMqtue ZzMetos .. A .'I, .nafc o' .

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A.I ? STATE UEys Th new' i j \ : A-T :L 4S I


eight feet in ---leBiI4N 8 141141. I' 1:: -' A REGULAR. .
.Clipped from our.State Exchange vent the I -: '.
; '.

There are acres- and icres of ducks, suffered by P. 'O. BUILDING.: LIHARNESS: SHOP

In the Indian river near Ti Q.8Ule. tacks of the -" 'C

in the jail :c s.h I 5- -I : _' .
I ; 2- .
'c. : '
: sAeeted
The Citrus Cpunly': Star is the '.; ;. Horsemen will 'finda well Stock of
mada a ft DEA L IE IR S' J-N'
of paper issued at ,
name a new just 1'1-' .=. -
Bridles
;
port,* r.Quite. Iarnes1. Saddles' Collars
Mansfield. SCHOOL BOOKS STATIONARY : KINDS'AGENTS
_ : OF ALL
a -, t'-. : 'Halte\"s Whips Lashes Jlrushes

The Standard Oil Company's" zen:attended hbt ,.-. Combs Blankets Spurs
jStttmpS": : &c
warehouse at, *he Tallahassee. depot" s week ia the : I : &e.--. !|

completed. & Memphis SEA-SIDE LIBRARY AtfD .FINE CIGARS. '.. -- .

Eight huqdred ,dollar* -!have been tee on -..,...,..,.. .. .- AT REASONABLE; PRICES. ii ii.Ml

raised for an Episcopal church at to report : SJJBSCRIPTIDNS RECEIVED FOR ANY: PAPER OR MAGAZINEOders": goods'.t1Trante to be as represented.,_'

Kiwimmee.The solicited and prompt attention given to same. 'i
$ ?
am( unt, ," and done.
STARKE, Fla.. January 13, 1S88. 79 .12m, -. Repairing Oil&ornptIy :
Citra. New. Era. wants to issue, tions < V"f' *. :

about January Jtfth, a special :SubTropical beep secured.A Examine Mr); Stock. [Compare My Prices.,

edition pf 10,000 copies. few

An measuring foot and keeper of the STARKE CARRIAGE FACTORY Call
,orange ,! :D. Newimrham. sCiStajke, Plet
"/Tna'inch in circumference came fromthe a large ** *
'. : ,
"J7:. .
Lawrence near Maitland. directly for "

Mack Jones,grove of Jacksonville, has' on the bjqff 'VIagol1s MadeSTofOrder, -- .#. '. I ",i
,

jtniered a F. & suit W.\ R at Savannah R. fpr *he against loss of the a pilot which, and was ; Flows Made To Order, New and Valuable 'N Ni'rsery y $to.ckJ: :

River News.A .< .
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thumb. -
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: few all kinds done We present to you a list valuable fruits which are. indiapenaab1* it every j \
ot
Repairing and with
The hotel Ponce de Leon, St. swooped neatly, : dispatch mer who wishes to add to the value of, and beautify bis home.' ( ..
to the public Farmers can, with a very small amount of mone. and labor, add several kiu.
was opened
._*' Augustine, child of Mr. dred per cent. to the value of their propertv and ute happines and comfort of UNfel
,,*- last Tbursday. Fully 3,000 person north of HORSE-SHOEING hemes and family by embracing the opportunity here offered ofobtalning: at a. 1
BLACKSMITHING, cost the new, and leading varieties of fruits suited to this section, viz: 1'1..0:
visited the house. Aild's i'! .. .. .. _ _ 1t
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,. We are informed. that there are :fucceeded in All kinds of Iron and! Wood Work soli itf.d. Lecoute....PEAKS..........7..to..11) fleet high.. ...POMEGRANATES.LargeSweet ....... ..........: .( '
.. now 120 guest at the Seminole Hotel battling stick Bartlett25centseach, $20 100 BloodR.. .. ....... ....... f -ceata-'-'
Keiffer-w............... .)
at Winter Park, and, pew arrival)!! injured ,4 Ogborn'a Summer..... .........30 cents each _.._ -_
.' coining in evry day. Advocate. If you wcint a Buggy, Wagon; Backboard, Surrey, Phaeton, Dwarf..saweprice Large. Japan..j standards seedlings cents each; MULBERRIES.Wbit !: .

other vehicle ,t prolific.. ............
SiiThundred dollars a week is the : or any from a Baby Carriage a Band-wa goiz S Red Everboani ry ..,. !.......... .. j! CeiSPEACIJES. tII
"% tbe'throjes 4 to 5 feet A _ _
amount a man and his wife will pay I can supply your want on short notice. high.
... ... 4
Candidates Peento and Honey :.1 NCT3.English .
for accommpdations at the Ponce def Alexander ( early) ...,
both IIales Early very.......... .. ....... )
Leon tiotel, at St, Augustine.f p Pallasseedllogoflloney). j.20 cts.each $15100 Chinese ranut.-............!...._ .
to the Carriage Manufacturing A Specialty. Blood.. ....... ......... English ph' stnut.t ,.>50enU
of enterprising Golden Yellow... ..... Japan! ." ,.......,.,.,. ,
Several Chiply's the Times Spknish* .... .......,..J J ,
*. have organized a hotel com ;' Pecans:*................U!.....!.. iAlmouaa -
citizens dates Tor ;, soft shell.-...... .. ) CiIi
with fctock of $10,000 PLUMS, 4 to 6 feet high. A "
a capital ,
pany hotel.V Times L L M4thTT Wild Goose. .......... ....... ... csnta eachl'runusPasardiired1eaf.25 .. -- .-,
for,the purpose of building p each. Now GRAPES.
Japan iMedlers(evergreen)..... ..60 .. Scuppernong..._......... .......
\ learn that a company of wide Kelsey.. Japan, 2 years.. .........60 Black Kagla ..... .........} 25oeJ. .
Since the l
.............. "
1 35 Or any variety..... ...... .......
awake capitalists are soon to. eginputt.ing tion ___
people .
; F'.a -S
out several large! LeConte : )Starke; -. -
claim "Why : ) JAPAN PERSIMMON: ,one year. PEPINO or Melon Shrub.A .

pear orchard.! near thp city.-Tallahagseearj. sent beans, p f '- .. Seedless.. .................. I new thing:destined t*be one or thcbett ai&
: Among extra large.... ... >rocentaeach.ketCrult8.. .............. ......!.& cents
_ _ truck, if I -- -- ,', Zingi sugar sweet and rich...... ) '* .'

Good bananas cos 50 cents per what you To ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS'TO ALL"OLD' SUBSCRIBERS- ., FIGS. ..

dozen in Aqgu&ta, Ga.; in Jackson you know APPLES. 4 to 6 feet high. White Marseilles.... ... ...... 1
And in L. Who renew their the ;. .' Red Astrac h' ....... .. ....... BrowfiiTurkey: ... ............. IjO ..
ed send Subscription .4o an. I ;
Fille. 15 cents.-Metropolis. : Black: -.. ......... ...... ......_} eentiORANGES. -
.. .. Alexander........................ >25 cents each.
Orlando' 10.cents, when Mr. Baugh table that STARKE TELEGR'ATH Crab................... ........... j jEarly f 0.j;........ :.. ..........!

,' ,. : -
pomes to town. __ .
in and about The ". "APRICOTS. .
The truck gardens .payfng will $1.OO In .adtanceve 25 BOOKS' a' for 28 weeks. Golden ................... S'It.Ci, sweet..10.. .... .......to !8 Cf'DY.uta
to. Tallahassee are in a flourishing con- railway is To !:I"nd our pAper HX montns.nnd Red Reman... .......,............ 25 cents each. Buds :2years. .perl00.pec1al
all who pay $1.90 in advance we w ill send our paper for one year vjad Russian ......... ... .... TaMj-nDeMandcrine... ..... ... .......
dition and promise abundant and Gem City, 52.STANDftKL* & POPULJlWORKS '? 1 .,... ...".I.I.? _..}BOcent '
Meinean sweet and others.)
early spring vegetables with which jubilant E QUINCES. Buds-dC'rmant...... ..........
25ceaU
ieb.
.
by the lvt anthon>-XOVP]:st*. V-vH. 'Iilt"r'm'l:n,1 I ffp"l Writer Orange _ _ _
ThiBiwk: will all 1
lo.tick.lp tbe palates of visitors.! track-laying printed from new type aud on g',1! 1'\ll'r.and hlo..l..rt to four howe IIIIcbe>s one.acil'w.-ek.88!! e Chinese.Apple. ::;::::::: :::::. :: >25 cents each An '
Uehed.for 52 wkfi. Tt h only to Pf'Cl1r" prf'lIpt rrnpwkll nnl1 ohtlLic a 1ar.'Inrr..e of new pub-subscribers ......... ... ::::: .;.:.... warranted as per Order
around twenty miles tbat EXTDAOR r' ";\ .Iti ny..OFFER Old, Siibjir! shouki .
The tenderest tropical trees w make this !\\JtllI: 'nr"-lIh"cq.tlf''cnrJ t
going south it,wlvanta! Our win '* t'C rot.. fo.n..;.fu'l tine f-ni thf dat'v" prpiwnt Nirwrnct'on; ;
;. Orlaqdo re in full growth, having (, expires. The Books.Wihol I-VM.-I tmn:, the nnn-h-r t.\ I.. !* ::-ds M wihi'-hwhciw We warrant
of IlOp'llsr and r:,[ Ih-'rhl: lt"p each. and every tree to be of the variety:: and kind you order M wt i
mile per BANQUET OF murV 'rmir-ii'T'-. : ., 'II"'OJ, II J.tTJ.U': itv 'have a special conti t with the weordor
as yet remained untouched by cold. H ; '1 eatue )",1' fcveft i ui'u-. nursery of to that effect, and in case thai
variety is not as ordered, we will either refund the
,
about money paid. or furnish othw
still, the oM settlers tell us that it 3,000 Romeo and Jnlicfc;; Uy WIILIAM BLACK.This tree' instead.
Author's stories are always I.lr:./ ;.;i.I f:il ,,f .Cr.I': ? iv iuia ITis *inii.ii in-1 Jiill'." is WH limlst made: arrangements large nurserymen to establish
'will be colder in February. Over fifty exquisite sketch of two (0011.11 W. :,;. "Lo'r.jjL iwt"r .. Ion as early at i
bcl.talllJ..I.111' luwcroWi in pO<ihlr..1hrtqch Starke
a near therefore
way w make ovet''bo.j' 8aWo. prsery we guarantee all as stated abort to,I
:' Several ids of for the'gas lug piling for EllOCll berc'IiaitleMHour! future prospects are. entirely nej-endertt upon our reliability 1>\
Q piping Al'doil; and other n-nmc ; by ALFRED furnis>hinj the exact thing ordered.
.
.0. dist nbuted around the latka ana Tr..NY o For purity of i-t:,l" "-o F.rc.tn.-vs :nl t ncl-'i.X '
works .jrn-.u l.-l'- thi'.t-.t >" 1sMiSSToosoy'slIlSEiOrt
.t
(
nc\'rr
were FUrpL'Iod hs: "Enot'h Ark" In t:1: .j. cn vf h.iji a.ci, 1.11. ib .. ,IIi. ,
tion with the 11 1'h .t.t &! 046 ce.lIl1Ct S F. GARDINER & 1
:: quare yesterday. This begins to .now the poet.lauret6 wih..t 'wi .r 1.. ".. Co.,
!
latka I ]! :. ,rnd LADDIE.: Twotrf. S"barks V
.. jpot as though we might have some ; those P1 tt
ft'V Wtt&&i I (kx&i&ZEzxki\ ..lIch Rtedi -* ""** .
Daytona a : ai'j
Alight: on the subject" in a few : I They t. .

rnonths. .Gaines\ille Record, City and =: : William Slvikspeai-o; ; I lew, \VI'cnYhy, and -4
tion with I Wbat about hI'the Wrote, "Ir br.i".iVi'1! E.. T"-"r?1'r Ji. 'T,1.rT"' rt.-o: lni 8"h br"f W lID nM* i
: ni ;3 1.1' !fl. .. '
lrtokHVoll :: t1 rend L.ulhol'' h w.jl l
Williamn colored the eyes of the : thill VUl & uar: .
Jonas poqvtcted ;i. for" 01.
: last week of selling liquor at retail ern& Key railroad' Doom; An Ada tic Epi<;r.rc ; by JUSTIN McCAl1th.-. I Q'. {S W i jQJ Il{ 1I
-4 powerful Hil! ro 'r.f : '" rl an 3'-rt.'in 1'nftTl" .:
in Marion county without: a proper A dispatch pool mtenll o the the rri'Ji.e krtcnVi uuJiull'., e .,LVso.: i h.i fOlk.!, It'IU'.1. 4 13.1.. ''tbl' i d'i,.:ble i1'L'1Il hitto'Met,3tj7al tile. "All aUaid"at the Uver-plot I I

Ji. ellSe, was sentenced to-day tQ pay' announcing I The Lady of Lyons; by SIR L. BUt. VER Lvrrou.

I ... $100 fine and tp.be imprisoned in t'hl'l"th, Lady L'I sp"n?rl1lhe, 'I..":":'.! -t .'J'!' of the ,., .. 1 I :. -,
.. ':;q 'II)':!;nc. It >Ks e< iii rrfttM picture I
of the
: of devotion\ud sincerest"YoI't' i'JIl.rof\It; n' .1, :1.... ;. n."' ('ver.ied on the-Uve. The I J J I : : I '. Ii
... the thirty of the drama never tire of pi.a.tji. it ; queens 'IaIag) I)
J'! Mr...county Myron. jail Gillett, of days.South Lake. says praise: They of MtTBHAT.Bulldog A and Butterfly to IIt'lnIT izcLeuce..; by DAVID CHRISTIE i ; I.q J 1-'ri.I; \ ,i I\.t"U3\ : 8 l ,u:r U

tnlclJ1't oki story of IJllrnau character.yt tn. t ... 1,t (I\l.rdra'lrn.. P"1lo's! and :putterni .-
;are ftroutl WI. Th "thor clothes !...s It.WblI. ill 1)-1.1""f :>'....,utr
( .aad .
.:, Weir,.left last week with four carloads the .'" tivehIt. I ) c. humor Hellee. hii "-:

... of >youug orapge seedling knowledge The.. Tri'c f of PJclavicIr; .by CIIAM.LS DICKUKS. AJtKU it:: : ... FLA. -
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'lfrla: ID the nr t tlTw t1t. f cJnjnf of ,
<6 :hn
Oldii.iH'i p-iatt: J'jdL
trceiforvEivereide: California. I her i ,lln. BaMtJll hlS ar.-.-ir .1 ..i' ccnncfy '. t r..t.UO":: j:"!i'fl I.l'f"nttwjsh( t'r.\." ".t1uLiol."un th' mpref-iornhle wilh-PI'O
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\) ing illCIdeflt8 wl..tte llitc'e-t 1.- ,
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hei.bll le.llJ lho '
ioo net: :
be ; c :" of the lInJ.I\I'l.,1 b.Il1 \\dlcr-
'..... .. 'fliu5t,. a nighty" poor tive railroad : Clouds and Sl7lirji'lo .
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CHARLES A -
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by READE.
: Statec'&tr8e. her own fruit.Frep .-- of sending llppily toJd N'Y of rrmlllr".fiji If ;.. .oU\tzdi Ua
4 p'ot. { l.rrtty.,. nJr..l pietur. 'r.u.! pt .r>1 .umt'JIwt n l1).nic'UII : an'y Sootfe
1 excltiofC nll'n.tlc l'Dal"lct .1' \'hh"'; "j"I''I-'I'' 1:1" !ro.-: ,ji- :Lty i-.i.." All in ail !1
I of Co::!most inter..at one
1 .....,..j.. :: ; aitI re.l.lalJlu c.lo t.:!l f tJ1..lllu rl u.-j,:.. .hcr. .' ,

..t I : ""Gveu&touch. np.in your next rival of the Sweet is .Truo feoVo; Lv the -Ducurss." A I
touching : ':"!- ) :lt. I .
'rtll'm-'t
t a party doing busi- iituatiO asMg A'vlguroais Io.d j'lj.i "r.l r.. 'ili.-t"n...,,..,! 1'1'11 of J'rdty IIk(>tc'bel' of .
paperl.1I7 sonville at ; ;r IL'&: "" l! i t1.e 8..thjI'!! LrtLgLtbkL-j.' WMteGENT'S Goods LiLfS MIIJbae
neSi .ad tot8' few Ueon't The Haunted F.
a, days ago. body of a i House; by SIR E. BULWER
!'''rroN. This Is ono L._ .
theo andS flTest 11lth"j QT1a1.ntest ("!:ret r.n'l 1'1'Ir uid..torls. W..i'd'anll
adrertiaejin cplumns, water near th.riiling t1roughout. .lver'body! I.'aU It \.iUi ''eLn.'s of"c1igLtt.

we leave our readerp to guess who to shore, an| ; Dr. Marigold ; by CII.\I t$ 'DICKENS. One of AND BOYS' HATS, BOOTS AW SHOES AND

the i8.- Citr4 New Era. I I bie.Dtckenoa and a crb'-t a",1 most amusbl!'rketcbrl of II Quril't o"t c-"r..n, (h.rnMcr P.rlIdALlE',]autba.
party : := BUN antidote to dull. car". lv.rr: FINE
Neidlinger, &aka kindly to hisl'r'ebcrfV.hr.. C01JWl1oIl.tj. 1100C 1t. "hr. A.a.rigoI ." and all joveri CLOTHING

The roost'of our farmers are plant ploy of On Her WdcllllSr Morn; by.BERTHA M. CLAY.

ing a big oat crop this year. This posed he Enlillta A Yery &SS5Sfcsgffi239f ""ri\'cU' -.1011..n" )',"''"1'!"to ili"' ('ud.i:1 triki"r::FI Plil&sad stirring narrative, 1-

fa as it I'h'uM be. There is no crop count of Jack All Trades
by CHARLES READE. The
more easily made, nor one-lialf BOprofitable ther took dents onderfW of aYei trials In.!...uJ'QIoO. artieq Jolld wLi Anllrkli dttu't,1t11l,tck: t" hi..'trrce.. fUll.of certilcal situations.funny bId. SANDERS & ARDELL
-.lli.1i! adveJ> '
the UI'\'Ii kee@: 1'of s1o.ai elepba 1
to farmer! as an oat Ohio. 38 OTHER BOOKS DURING TilE YEAR TO COMPLETE TIlE 52 ,
-Wakulla Times. The WR will genIi the Bha alone. mail..J ''
prop. ..' .!. Rooks for SI.2a-onn Sf'' aidreu. ""' tiIi. at the following rrfoes 19
Thecquqty commissioners bf'Putam house -months a;week or:2"for Books three months for 70 a; e..nt.-ou.or wf'f'k N foe Honks one a year week for :26'Ir for 3"1111 S Brokq nio'itiisor for 81 13,O Books-one a for week 40 forD ceniaone .... Praot 6alt -
Books for 1 Ii Ct'n'M-<>ne a week for two mon&hs.
cents-one a week for
county haV rescind d-their from this port sag date. 8181Ie COplN 5 ceUlII. Add.'ttofI on month.aii orjun H1h..t-riPtiollB& t\I to these Boob ---r mll.v begin 4

prdr! granting an appropriation 6f a long : .f this Ottice. Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker .

12,500 to the Subtropical Exposi- our midst, ; ,

1ion, He'iQg tlah a according law, we have Stake Fla
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they had no power to make such Other For only $1.20 Cash we will send you The TELEGRAPH \hJbrl-ck '

appropriation. course of im ... tS"HAVING LOCATED in Starte building\ formerly oocupled by 0 .
and Twenty oft f C\\ m--: E. Wyman, I respectfully solicit work in my :/t1e' from Ue citizens of the town and sun .
Down in Orange county they have sume its papers B. d worth \'ONE rounding county. All work warranted Charges moderate. Hoofing, Gutters an4

discovered ap pdd tooking jug, hamlet and Leaders a specialty.. .

which is supposed: to b'e a relic of -Key West I I DOLLAR. The seeds fc!.re. C1 gift.a coat you nothing but the ALL ORDERS PUfiMPTLY FILLED. .-

the moupd builders. It seems that Webb has u f '. .1;.

even the mound builders were a"dry" to :Mrs. J. ){. I postage and packing. Thij'. genuine offer ontfj iwell\\ ,. _-."7;

set, and patronized the jug ,of her THE BIJOU MEN'SDONGOLA t
trade,-Tropical ?arsdise.Marion's worth you attention. -
It in his 1
KID A. L Von KIRN
t ; ;; Fm. Calf x '
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map. and descriptivearticle would ( ':. .' .

\ will be rejuly about the middle mens are to Don't fail to reSc further. For ONE SHOES $2.50. ,. Kagroo I..d

of February." Among other for he has 1( 1 Ladieswnoiiavebeen BOOT AND SHOE STORE Shoes made to order $5.00. ....

attractions free schools and he for the very wearing $4. and $5
.. DOLL Rand thirty cts. we will send
largeft bodies of sweet bearing orange productions to Shoes and desiring i Also Complete Line of aen..
,. groves in the world.-Ocala I I11:1nll car-Crangc [ ;
and
; THE TELEGmpHone and a Economy, Style STARKE;{
I ': (r It is '. year Comfort, should try a Women, :Misses .tioyt tip.CUildrcg .

1tr.i. z. Dunlap, of 'B.w, a !people are g Js pair of this C lebrated. "

promiuentcitizen and a deacon of the I country, and copy ofSHL for ChILDREN line of Shoes.Ed Ladies Shoes] FLORIDA: tffcoei, COWSFrecTi" "ft .

First Presbyterian church of that the J. T. & K. : ffe'5A. *.
$4.. ". hezx.
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place, died on the 14th .f this month. I load of sample aiibe_, seen at our: OFFICE. L
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;, The Board of Trade called a special who pass : '' .
We have otnade arrnngemellts'it" the following! Magazinestogether -
meeting, and adopted.. resolutions of branch to Tltu .
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; M.L'Enele. W. A. D.I H
P' -">ct to his tn'cmory.rattl l Jcssi.dite to and Papers at following rates. t .

the "pratitr 'f frvcr exhibit : | GODEY'S.MONTHLY 82.00 '. only $2..50 i'fut' nnh ''o.f 'l riaat'

".%ld.. last/' k en- The people of ; ; : DEMORE9TS 1; IJONTHLYf-.... 8.T ih} together $2.50 .. ,

-vith As is- of this matter : ;; : : FLORIDA AG1UC1JLTURATl't., .*'4 f.uo both together $2.50 HENRY A. L'ENGLE, Manager. W. N. BAKER, Casts -{

I :.. ldfireda. 1 manimitv,what their, ,an l( FLORIDA DISPATCH $2i5r'l UX: nailer only $2.50: JACUMONVkLLE Ii'LA.

'tg ny! capable of. !;:; FARMER ANI)\IJlUfr GROWEM 2.00 ugelifr] *2.25 > >. j.
lOOO 1 have .- ._ _%.___._ _'______'._'_ _.r -
hey ( M4YFLOWER liTvOO > 1 $1.50 DEPOSITS RECn-XD. COLLJCn:
b5- togetherAcIcrcsa11cths BUSL'iESSJ
niof I;justly! entitled I WiLL DO A GUERAL. MADE BANKING TA USUAL RATES! OF EXC1UNG ...:'

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