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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 10, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NO 32, :, .. STARKE BRADFORD: (J *FLA. FEBRUARY 10. 1888. ".

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;. 0'- [ ) 7 The Manly ..Mail.t A Letter Frnm Mrs. B. I CHARLES A. L. LAMAR.TIle ;:;: ;

% _1 w SwIm_ | 8 ml.6\ mll2moo I L A'N'DFlf(( :: ) E (OF) O'Hoaligen. When YYf-at Salt f s Good Fo? r '. 1. \ 1 .' .

|T [ isn't the boy that doubles his fists Great Adventurer of the Noted. yo clean YOW add VB 4
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.-.-.:; .' $1 $11iO,$%00 M OOtfT 001909 .., : EDITOR STARKE TELEGRAPH: and lIoDored'Pamlly. ...
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.."...... S Ol 8 25''\ 4 00) 8 O1.OO\ aooo And thrusts!" them under another's nose copperas weter and alt t t'wltn: i.M '
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From the
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Will these be kind as to write the Charleston. :Sews & Courier.} =
: ..... 500 TOO, 8 n meos, oo so Sprinkling .
::;; wateroa J
.''. : 7001O0012iU18O0UO406500, ) ) Baring the sleeves from his rigid wrists The Jones TS- Lamar mortgage th lops & 't 42
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following in am
... ...\.I-\...[10 OOilS 00,30, OOlMOfcJQ e 80 00tlal1De .. POMEE: L. PEEK H i Ready to rain vindictive blows; dying. to know where your is mv paper.deer ""NeffcwIf. : now on trial in the United States courts' DottAiu snails of garden: walls is said 'tkp": ..

for the flst adftrjoqBjt' for Whose tongue is ready with jibe and recalls up or down '
Jaooent lflCU on. .*w; :* j To jeer i :he takes your paper. guess he does;as J .many.. stories of one of the most For fro.n.1mbhg .. :
he
stir strife
rt.for time d'cS2t11eIflt1. .. upon apo up wlienever can. he was SlUt to school and was mighty fond noted characters that ever lived in Savannah drink H.ile utbU.or.d. "

&&th.pm9e. ? *. Breathing menace and waking fear, of radeing. and i it'tltis'shonId reach his -Charles A. L. Lamar. Had he lived been a coldf water : .J... .. :c :

Starkef Bradford::C.dunty Florida Who grows to be a manly man. in another he would hare been dissolved a teaspooofti of Mil. ._ : I
age
; : -' deer eyes be will come to me at once, and an historical Ink stairii, on linen can ,b.kissjf .

!' URTSOCIETIE... ,. : "' It isn't the boy who takes his mug oh how I will (Innk: :ye so kind. figure. Tradition would barehanded staio is th i;first washed in m.&mad.?- _
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"ir Of the horrible liquid labelled BRIDGET O'HOOIIGEJT. down his name through centuries, wateru4<{ then > ,
beer _
: : sponged! ltmod .
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Bradford &> *. No:41 F. and .ik .> :
", A.M. Regular comma&leations. .' tbrid" j ..Attorney At taw.. Abstract. Title Office. .' In connection. Then hang himself by a silly hug and his deds would have been woven in- J'uice '" .'r :;<: .

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Saturdays In each month. 4 To the liveliest lamp-post standing near TCLLTMCCCI.ESCRAO, PARISH OF BAL'LYUGGETT t tto the folk lore of'the people like the fig- For wfe3a in the I' I;
/XWAnnuoBT. I*:W", KidLm : garden, put pcx: .
r tary.n.wLodiN tf.oo\"Io' W.,11. Tho' he smoke the vilest SEAR BALI.YSLUGUGGARTTIT.JlNUARY ures in the tales of the Vikings or the rich two of talk in each :
cigarette and
unless
< Real Estate Bought.and Sold. Loans Reference .Given- 11th, 1888.My ( a "we ,. .
old
Negotiated. stories of India. He .
And lord it over a blacR-and-tan. was a man off washes $ It will kill the weed
: NEFFEW i .
DEER
.:" ot F.&A.1'J : s k \
.' '. Meetings 'second"and 'fourth *"*>" Or a gallant horse, I can tell him yet, I havn't siut .\e a letther! since the ]last I f perfect physique, with a countenance as }'o stain.on the bands : :..

month 2..0'clock. lIe's far from being a : I handsome! as those the masters paint on than aittsalt, with nolhllbt.* -
manly man.
each Agent
r of for SWANNTILLIAMS time I wrote to ye. Becase:: we have -I, IT
Zit, CHESTER NORTHCV, : gods. fie was of the same family as the to moisten It Ju :
.. W.Master.I. It isn't loose speech or dress that is loud; moved from our former place of living, Associate Justice t. robbed on the ta; .' .

LANDS. It: isn't the cut of the coat he and I didn't koow -. ht'Tc" letther would new and a first cousin, thenrnshjfl;. off in eesiws ,. .'
may: wear; '
I think. _
; Fortune
lavished her favors In '. r ,"
find but I how with pleasure take np- a baata of water salt, of .
ORDER OF RED 3LE.jTiwz A clown with ease attracts a crowd ye; up cie.- f'
on him. By nature he reckless impulsive falls .' .
was
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No. 1, FLA.-Council Bargains in Fla. Homes & Investments And wins a senseless shout and stare; me pen to inform ye of the !death. of yer : fearless dashing, but fish with to t?f* bottom, s never iMkMil.. : :
gtnerous UK skin
side .
kInd1ed -eachVcdnesday's Sleep, He may sport the heaviest watch and chainS own !'ivin uncle, Ned Fitzpatrick.. who and kindwithal to dowu..aatiiesait .. 1j .

ig10' Starke, Pla.Ajent \ With' collar and .necktie lead the died: very suddenly ;a few days ago afthcr an astonishing degree. will f:1 the skin and rwnam there. -_ .
van, :
lIe shot a friend for contradicting him, Salt nnd.hiustard}
invited
Brothers cordially to NO SPECULATIVE fANCY PRICES F11LL/UE. illness of six weeksThe! : I teaspoon
a lingerin
flourish the nobbiest hat and poor t 11
4o..d
Sachem.JAB. cane- I I I and eeh -
then him
J. JOKES. nursed back t. life
N. ,. 4- : > as a followed \ih| sweet oil, buu 7
fellow in violent convulsions the
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These was mele'
make
MHAOX. Chief of Records. never a manly man. : 'I.Iquiet. I mother would a child, and presented him milk, is Hi. antidote for I
whole time of hi;; sickness:;; hin rfectly Fowler's solatia* '-' 'H' : 4

GIVEN FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST.: Will he think i he has come to man's estate, I !i. with nu estate, and it was not to escape white piecoiitate of arsenic. .:, j' -
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# ?1ay Ldee No. 1O and intirely spache-le all tile while I I' -i
I When he feels the down on his feeble the !legal consequence of the act. Ancient For wce h in -
O. O. F. Meets every Fri .. i talking incoherently: and! cryin for waUier. < pavement or grave i
k day night at Odd Fellows chin? I turfmen bemoan the good old unte- make a stttng- brine of Ji
coarse salt '
IHall. Transient brothers I had 110 opportunity of informing ye of '

cordially invited to attend. Lands offered grow !succcslully Corn, Sea-Island Cotton, Rice, Will he think that vices make him great, I his death !:sooner except I wrote yc by the bellum horse tlays, and siy: to this day: boiling war; ; put the brine in a -. (
L.
A. SCOTT
i.tjirv ttutn. Box il. Noble Grand. Sugar Cane. Oils' Hay, Rye, Tohncco, Potatoes .Chufas. Peas, Garden vegetables, That only the weak: are afraid of sin? last post, which same went off two days''k, "Thar is no racing or betting now, sah, ling can anil l wUerthe weeds apn\J- .... I f .

EPPEBSOX. Vice-Grand. Some to his foolish heart iikc tliar then. Wriy. sab. it wa' being ca re il -
day he will "I' no to let '
own of '
Ihe Peach ) &c before he and then would mire any the brine} r .
Orange Pear. OJar, Fig, Strawberry, Plum. Persimmo!\. Melon &Q.: died ye i
lIe might have followed a wiser plan- nothing to !e Charlie Lamar walk out in get on the a rasa, or will kill it too

IltCH DIRECTORY.ETHODIST Leading money crops in fruits are tins Orange. Strawberry, Peach and Pear; while One that will help and one alone, postage to pay. I am at a loss to tell ,1,I middle of the track and wave ten tnous- i t' .
what his death occasioned but 1 tye
was by,
During past fortnight Havana ,
many others are very profitable. Stock Farming and Poultry Raising giv satisfactory. A boy to be a manly man. ;rand I dollars sah; yes, sah, t'' thousand hu .
been
fear it his last for ho .: in a
was by illness was lJ'rfec turmoil and the ; .
[ CUUHCH. results The farm and vegetable without fruit and fruit ** !] above his head and dare any man to bet o Yep. : .
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garden are profitable : groves I know )'ou, my manly boy, Direr well ten days to-gither during the of mob ()! '
i He h had 'hetroblewua- : .
11 his 1
Sunday a. m. .and on nerve, sah
|p; m. i every'Holiness meeting Tuesday at growing pays well ind pendent of tiier farm, comtining the two is the golden mean. I know Who followed the Golden Rule; whole of his confinement, and I believehis than any borsts.man that gater horse in by the uu --nipuloos:ari. Captain.o : T .

... Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 Park loaray soil with firm clay subsoil. Somc-of the most prolific Orange Groves in I Know \what makes you a household} joy' death was brought about by his aiting t yiis part, of the country eVI\1 bt and o he wouldback enil Man in and his officials. though '

J,.;, Harlco A priceless: treasure with all at school.I too much of rabbit stuffed with paie and Marina lifts been in office but three month* ,-
the State he and and througho-it Bradford County. I .
can now if
l' J. R. SHARP Pastor. seen in near his favorite for 25,000, he could I
'" know what comfort wise hearts but be that it when he his admini-.iration .
School at 9:30 a. ui. take gravy, as may i teeming with '
r Water health: good, and Climafe'd b tfx.I. Comend see for yourself. find a taker." cMe J '
pure ,
RICHARD, Superintendent : Who do you homage with all their dan, braithed his last the doether gave up all of every ili'cription. The GoTerameal I

IARTIX, Sec. & Ti easurer.llbl'CllUKUil. V_ They know well, wiU of his I needn't tell Old sporting men sigh: (A! ther.s is short':flfty thousand .' -
hopes .
Below we give a few of the bargains oeren Bradtord County: very you one day recovery. ye no ( now to what there used to be. j ta dollr the .- '

.' .\V make anything of his age, for ye ,well know that. :games cal board Aldermen!{ hae gobbled forty < '-. :.\ I '.I
You think .
jhrf toes'tl I; 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.FBWfc No. 3.2 acres in,Starke., neatly' paled and in cultivation. New 1J story dwelling A manly Christian g' ntleman. in June ne\t;: he would have been just heavy'when youngsters you gel fifty you or are a hundred playing thotisauc. dollars; the Cardenas .tax\_office ; :r'- ; 'i.

jneeting every WednesdayiS of 7 rooms haid plaster!! fin iIll, !nple piaz/as.. IIous cost over 1200.00 Good location Something-'-- -New-for- Florida.- seventy-five years old lacking ten months clolhrs in the pot. but in Charlie Lamar's j is tho) >t ten thousand dollars, and every : .... ::. ; .:

| ;U W PATTERSON. Pastorkiday and had he lived till that time would have rfiice of ti vst is with ,': .- '
I School meets every Sunday and a very pretty home. If sold soon will .take $1,800.00 day such a game as that wouldn't. be hone'combl rr. .. ; 't 1
A SEW AND UNIQUE RESORT TO BE ESTABLISHED been just six months dead. His properly When Marfaa learned that. several .: ;
g&t:3O. thought worth into. lie wa the .
)L A. CLARK, Superintendent.Secretary. No 4.Valuable Farm and variety Fruit. Grove just tw6..miles south of Starke ON TUB EAST COAST.A now devolves to his next of kin, which all going chants were serwling cablegrams. of ; ..- w t. .
heaviest had in J
pliyere ever our .
rooms.
tfj T *R*MORGAN, facing upon F. R. & N.:RII.: on ent side and public CO\intyroaJ. on west side. 40 movement is on foot by a number of d'.ed: sometime ago so I expect it will be Many and many a time he has put a thousand test to the* Home Government he p :

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divided between us and know his armed gu:\jd about the cable: office.
flea
from New ye pro ;
aciwi excellent lafe bf cultivationith prominent gentlemen Jersey. .
acres choice yellow pine land; 15 of it in on single of the wheel. and I
:7BESBYTERIAN CHURCH. headed: by the cocoanut planter EzraA. perty, which was very large was sold to I t1 the bright ;ind fearless "LaLucha" :
all out. 10 acles in Orange Grove-(CO) to 100 bearing tree .,. tine. very large great once saw want to put ten thousand ou there j .
tarioes. every Sunday at Jl a. m. stumps O horne of Monmouth New pay his debts, and the remainder he lost paper censnred! Marina in .: .
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7 -' R. B. MATTICE, Pastor old. 150 choice peach tree Qf triert aad succcssful county ( but tbat was too steep for the bank." tuc.langg 4
the balance 5 to 7 1 and the
antI fine, years 3 oung in winter the at a hoi so race; but it was the opinion of despot .
Jersey, starting a resort on immediatelytratee:
taftdir School Sunday at 1 30jiT A t
. every ship with a ]load of immigrants once .
_ J. P. PRATT, varieties; ripening ftom May to October, about 20 YOll.nglm d trees rom east coast of Florida opposite the Bahamas. every body at the time that: he would have suppress tlw: "Progresao, a mercantile a'. 4
in here in distress. The
put captain want
:. SuperinteudenLjJJISTIAN grapes; figs and pomcgranates.: Good |>ure '\I..' ter. Ordinary tenant build "D s. All fruit .' A part) of workmen has been sent won the race if the baste: he run ugiitithadn't ed to make his nassengers leave the vessel sheit, was suppressed- by him on. '. .

been fa. for him. I niver Tuesday' : .
too t saw
trees in healthy and flourishing cond io:1..soil nell suited for truck farming made for the purpose of laying out streets:, : : here and refu-jeu to give them any provisions. j V" j.. .
in all life anti the docthois all On Sulday last there -
,
ClIUilCH. hotels and a man my were twelve .mur-;
building parking improving
,
tome ndee the and will i l consider The enraged thti eaten- -
N It-R' property you passengers
bushels
.' Aeth1G262SPeter4! ; : 16. 20 corn per acre crp. the grounds! under the direction oflr.:\ said: so, that observed: directions or took derone suicide, eight highw3y.rbbe g : ,

|J.:P. .rO 8i. the Pastor preaches" at it a bargain at the price. :'J.oOO:: ; cnli! br $::3.000.011 installment plan. : E.: T. Field, the well-Known landscape medicine better than he did; he said he ed There to forcibly take what they wanted. and fore stabbing,affrays .CsrdenfS. ,
mob and the
1" HAMPTON with would] as live drink bitter as sweet, if it j I was n captain armed Senor Pzez, a wealthy ..
* in "West-End" suburb of Stalkest4End" architect. together a large garden to his A mercbaat w \ '
No. 5.Lots CO by 12Sf feet crew and swore he would shoot down
i'J,Lord's day at J.1 a. m. and :Satur-:) supply the hotel with vegetables, melons. had only the same taste aud ippcchanaka: found murdered. in the stret; SenorAn. .

1 j74Pp.m.! consists of a 20 acre tract not more Uian.7-minutes walk from main business street. strawberries and fruit from November to 115 whiskey punch. if it would only put j! the first man who attempted to step aboard tonio Luisi: a prominent planter Guie. .

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: STARKEkdLord's depot. mail and express. It is duly platted: and recorded, all streets 00 feet wide f 40 May. This location, heretofore inaccessible him in the same humor for fig-h tin ; but |I the ship. Charlie Lamar heard of the has bceo kidnapped; and i now bd. fo : ".
and each His .
day at 11 a. m. row. sympathies were with the passengers .
.
: is of the attractive and poor soul; he will niver ale or {drink any ransom it some unknown 1t
'i&yat6:3Op.ni.: to $100 per lot according to 10 ation. one moot! romantic and he galloped down on the plabbl .

'fj HIGHLAND .. spots to be foun t. Land high and moie and }'e Lavn't a livin.re-l.-itive in the by the n-yerr. Lenque. 0 ., t
wharf and with cocked made the
- iiflj Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Satur- Xc 6.-jo acres west of and Adjoining Starke 20 cultivated. Bearing orange healthy climate of Bermuda and :Nassau; world except Jie-self, and yer two cousins of pistol Florida's Rolling Expedition." : : \
master the ship to terms.
P Wore at 7:30 p. m. grove of 250 trees; about 100 others Syears-old.. Several hundred j>ecun trees on [4n fact, near Nassau, between the Atlan- who were kilt in the last war. I can not Charlie come I was .. !" .
who Wandeier .
: ?,.<;*"CHURCH ATOUAUGE WORSHIP.COLLEGE. place, and some 50 or more pear trees lu grove shape.! .\\ ith pioper care: this property tic Ocean and Lake Wyman, on a high dwell on the mournful subject any longer, i 'lition to the plmnel African coast and had expe-the Flori&\'f witfr Car was allvo all day/ye '.: _...dt"" 1.;, .

kLod'sday at 11 a. m. sandy strip about a half a mile wide and shall sale me letther in black satin lay people seeking information *1ztr' : : : '
a .
lies in view! the ;
in Price 3000. It full} I bark load of native blacks and : :
least
will bear in 18SS at $500 oranges. and in it uncle's coat of captured the "La-)(t ot Flowers." In the eventD :
:: MEETING
.. .:PHAYER little.north of latitude 26 degrees, it is wax put yer (: : t ,7

Wednesday... at 7:30PROFESSIONAL I town, facing public road. :No buildings excepUlog cabii and shelter. covered with suchas arms, so 1 beg yc not to broke the sale [ brought to this country. He was arrested "bn ht.the lamps shown o'er fair women" j
now tropical vegetation j ,
J ,. .., '. j land indicted b? if United States grand jury tmen" .. .. : -
and bm !Into ..
when yc open I me leiu.er ana lOll i openit thnWhilK nl.ht -
CARDS No. 7.-Bodies of 500 to 10,000 acres-yellow pine wild ands, weirlfinbered! on and pobns, rubber trees live oak, and acres for importing slaves in violation! of the .-( tilatl -:-,-- '
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[ 4 until ytr resOlve it, and by that time :j-e Mr. Lewia H. George,ibe 'I : f
of7ild JropicaJ plants, having everythingabout .. .
Mac6 Qa., to PalaU a, Federal Constitution. He 1 : ; 1
the line of the new railroadxibw.building from : was supposed ; .
near proposed it to make the most attractive and will be well prepared: for the sorrow ful tidings. was enlring on the at./actions :.and. ii
,
::34 Fla. These lands lie m Bradford and-aay counties. Good opportunities; for safe and (delightful landscape scenery to be found Ycr old swateheart siuds her love to be locked up in jail, but really had vantages ef this su'-ny land, ,Mr. -S.iiUI I '.,' .. "
the old Southern BanJ bui1d-
e and Sign Painter paying: investments. Prices and terms given on application. in this cour try. There are thousands ofcocomu.t.trces unknownest to ye. Whin jAiny :McGehoe quarters and had over much freedom Brown tin; sr tai /, was dispigt.r, : 1'r
citizen
j : in this arrives in America ax him for this let ther, ing as as any t.d matter and 'Mr. Webb,- the 'M-j .1
now growing _
MI and all of sec. l, tp. 14. r. 15...:640 acres, in the heart ofl grand the :going and coming about ashe pleased Uie &. ..
from was .
:No. 8.-In Levy county, park-go that villa site will have &ev- and if he don't bring it amongst entrtaming mot interesn1i._ .
every !
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gprative Paper Hanger. the Great Gulf Hammock. Only two miles east of P. l'iV. &.:N. R. 11. Very fertile i eral on it. rest tell him its the one that spakes about with the a deputy farcical marshal in attendance. It privactLJce where oar- ePOreYJOI1D1i: ; .- 4. :...: ,

&c. Will sell uncle's death and! salefl 'iu black. was most imprisonment ever him. Tlis cold raw air :wUboiCwatf J. '. .
palm a yer .
"STARKE Fia. of cedar magnolTaj cabbage There is who ,
clay and marl soil, with growth hardly a person goes to heard of. Lamar fought gallantly throughthe ; ; <
Don't wiite till resave this.I striking contrast withthetoggaf&Ja.- f-
_ir left at D. Newingham's will be to cash, purchaser: "".:y Floridk to spend the winter who ever seesacocoanut je ,. ;: ;
of acre a and kil'cd in reckless dash :
r attended dec 23 2mCIIACE very low price $5 per remain yer affectionate ould grand war. was a phere. llD. Sleigh I IoadIft, aIgk .-
tieei as tlrjy cn not now to : : .
get : :
on the Federal almost the last ,
No. 9.-In Pasco county, on the F., R. N. n-R)1, 5 acres, best gra l1ow the' locality -where they grow. In establishing mother BRIDGET O'IIOOJ.lG: t. troops h load deputed their. precioos: fn r'a 'f' ::.:. '

.1] L3LES : : rolling soil, mixed with marl and.shell, very productive, described as follbws! : this place it will snpply a long-felt The Coinage of the World. engagement. thenspeaway. Tbe O .t.t .' .._ :...
pine As is .
J. there no one in this town whoever growing nine apple;tbe "
nwj and swi of set; all in want of a regular. balmy temperature so The whole amount of gold coins issued ) .:i'ol. _
and all of sec. .except "
of
.ui1.GoN Utlyllol.{ All of sec. 11, except swj swj : spoke an unkind word of people they the display of oranges, lemon. "
much eeded by visitors and invalids from the mints of the world in the! jeai1SS5 : :(
thfs land, and jt is now the place selected know of, who have been in their excellent "' ,. .
directly through
21. Railroad runs nothing .
26, r. ... '_ '
-LAT1 or CEDAR IETS.jm : .- tp. Boating bathing, hunting and fishing are ; is stated to be) in round numbers) .'. < .",
of Kentucky House. side track and lay out midst only a few months. I send a prescription To sceithis unique "
residence., East Airangcments are being.TO ado.to ptttln a original .
for a new depot. unlimited at all seasons. $72,500,000 and of silver ro5ns"$78.SuO-\ a p .> .
They can begin- with a few cal in State .
Will ll : a .
town. Here is one of the chances in a life time to scoop in a bonanza. s; The Gulf Stream is near the shore. 000. Of the gold $37,500,000 was coined way o.dYertl8 .
!1 a drop?, and increase daily ; if they fi.dafter to-day d then will
; an l be
tomorrow
If?; Bras & WIllS, the whole 1,040 acres at 7 per acre; or will sell select 40-acre: tracts at $10 to $15. per From Lake Wynn. which connects with by Great Britain, and her colonies and I taking that they have not injured quite sui j to buy an excursion you to. .

flillsboro River, one can navigate for $:!.;.oa .ooo by the United States, lc.ivin!! tike
acie, according to location Go and see the land and write me what you wan't. = : them as much as'they: desire, keep increasing Florida of Mr. Shireman, whom every .i '
Law miles and milcF. Tills improvement will :;:10,000.000() ( as the product: of all otheicountries. .
at until they accomplish all an evil one knows; is getting an excursion to '
peys No 10. Special Bargain. On the west bank of beautiful Kingslcy Lake, 6 miles east be au entirely new development in Florida Of the silver Great Britain, up '
; tongue can for' the innocent. They will the Subtly: Land. Great, is Florida's Car. ( ..: '1. '
land all 30 and-no doubt will meet with complete I Australia and Indi coined : :J.OOO.OOl .
undcripfence :
rods Lake Front. 40 acres good high dry acres
-=. rJ.A.- of btarke. 40 thereby reap thir'reward. I procuredthis great /<$. Florida (Pa.) '. '
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If all the carried out 29,000.000.: and al]I entrrls.-York '
biiccess. plans aio United ;
and the l-t.ttt-b '
'.practice in all the Courts in the cleared and stumped, and set to fruit trees A good 11 room house" good stable .and : from':"Dr. Blander; and hope i will _: <
1 ud Fifth Judicial Circuits. it will be ready next December. A number -I other countries :; l5bOO,0.U.; ( In additior:I Gzet : "i ". .
benefit those who follow directions. b.- J ,
I. other buildings, 75 to 100 bearing Orange trees. 800 more younger, 50 bearing Lefonte of cottages enclosed with palm leaves to these various amount*, stamped ingot:, Not ii$g ? Ullnth' Pyramids* ) -" -
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AUNT DOLLY. '
Pears 100 younger, 300 bearinc! peach tiees also Figs Bananas,. Plums, 300 Japan will be buift in connection, with the hotel. of both metals were issued from variou: A a *% lungianucr T- who siooa gazing- : .
W. HIGGINS PRESCRIPTION 'FOR MAKING TATTLEUS.Taktf lC:
,_ Persimmons Japan plums, Grapes of several varieties. Almonds, Pecans, Chestnuts As the access will be by rail and steamboat mints. This makes the increase of all of the weed called 1 upon t mystenous grandeur of the pyrrimid '


10TUNER & REPAIRER. Medlers, Walnuts good water, Bounded on the south side by a running creek north persons will avoid any sea exposure. gold coinage of the world for ISSo: about onebandll, same quantity of a root I Irunbut ,,.,turned' to a peculiar-lookiug fellow -

,':" as it will be entirely inside. If people go two per cent., and of the silver between who 1 1 just come up, and said: .
> thus well protected from the cold. This is a genuine bargain called nimble-tongue, a sprig of the herb
v guaranteed. 283rearsof cx- by a dense Hammock being South for the sake of being it a delightful two and three per cent. The gold coin "\ ;ulelfu1. the wonderful wonder ot '
ence.STARKE. called back-bite, a table-spoonful of don't'youtelit. -
and must be sold at once. Price only 4.000 climate Cocoanut Park will with its age of the world is now estimated at wonlers." -:
FLORIDA. six drachma of malice, dropof ..
W n I unique and novel plan of settlement, be $3. 30.000.uOO and silver, including; total I "W ;1t; is?" the old ejlow. asked, 7 .
I. Furnish abstracts of Titleh.e of charge, to purchasers to all lands envy, which can be procured at the
entirely new and something never attempted circulation !,7.; 000,000. The total I "%Vlr: these.I>yrmds. : .
i. store of :Miss Tabith Teatable or Miss ..:
o SCOTT M. D. sold.. Address all Communications To ... : before in the United States, and value of the gold and silver produced "Wa3l' they mont be. sorUr wn efut. : :
Nancy: Nightwalker. Stir them well
IT' ,.tate from Michigan, it must be remembered that there are very throughout the world from the discovery to to :,feller that's lived all li life in a "
getLer- and simmer them half an hour .
4 .ENT PHYSICIAN AND : : few places where it can be doue. of America to the year 1875::; is estimated counjtr.f. but you orter seft th? Cqtzibu.. .. .
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fire of discontent with
L. overtime sprinkled
"SURGEON. COMER PEEK Mr. Obborue has about ninety miles of at $4iOO.COU,000( gold and >,:G,00,00OOOO; I landiAf-unlains.. .:, .
;}: a !little jealousy, then strain it therugof
jf Terms Reasonable. t t'le' *||.Tntic shore front of Florida below silver, an aggregate of :$10.SUO,000.000. cork it through in the ",rtnt Ceesar, man, these pyramid* .
up
askills' Store. cc1 4)) /orth and the.line'of frost and he Since 1875::; the average annual product misconception; were b'lilt' by the :Egyptians thousands of :
Drug bottle of malevolence, hang it up on a .
of
. BRADFORD CO. PLA.OKSIflEE
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STARKE, lie ready planted out 350.000; cocoanut (tne two matals together ht.s been a little yeawsgo.efi. .

rU ; .his first planting of 100,000 tres now more than $200,000,000: >() so that the pres- skein of street-yarn which any loafer can "\ an' the Cumberland .
\!fB POWELL M. D. .s- furnish shake it occasionally for a few Mouat. .
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; i ...ram. years old. This probably, ent total of the world would be nearly wus- built long befo' tbe "Gyptians eat '; .

experience of twenty years in :1 i :,*o5; the largest cocpanut in days and it will be fit for use. *' --
: grower The United States have thc '
:13000000000. au to.wor
; ready .
)r CENTS'EACt: Let few drops taken before /rakfU Jot t go : '
Sig. a
hcsi-
.of his has '
; profession no ( 0 '
'tld.londay_ _ t produced in the last forty years 1,675.- out and the patient will be able to *.. My fren', you oughter traveled ef j
rising! the latest, and most 000.000 worth of gold arid $(G75OO0OO0of ; going little here then .
-* t \ after the j ) f"comln' orer an ." .
city
evening coun-
ititnent are publishf-d In neat pamthlet form prints from r odro.IaWJr ) t'I IH- I iu! > speak all manner of evil, and that con .
hi book* .
-_ to those asking and Trf/or them handeomelylllnstrted. Tliry!} are WIt'lout exoptlcn% the rtcupcM! tn j.o.t. ,"...." ':11literature 4 al adjourned between 10 and] 11 silver-a total of 62,350,000.000.; Upto DR. SLANDER. won ?J't make sich a 'mouth at a p4p: ."f ;
tue
of ff'l'le opt-"Z-"UIY
the tinually.
tarnish to mis-ts
and I '
3. II,bed .7 land inuage t'II' mopt tnflo expense In uny otl..r! M?'. thj ,e .great 11 o.ks W.Ui coin.:. the Gainesville Record a the year Ib79! the annual. product of sbatr.vornered hats like these here*, .., .
tU ( : IIWoa.1tr. e.,
tbt eountry promptly attended $mel the tnce at'iuirt\ taey IIJ'II ben oJered.; Each one I..con,.,...-..UiIW' : ...i. r. .. ... (': 8I&loa trays I gold exceeded that of silver::but the rei -Exchange. up th4r ia the Cumberland Mduxke4r..lla 'Wij. .. "- '
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: OTn" Con. J.t" .hl. 4 Several men wore : on
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and 'orld. : &
females f.
P children a epecial- cor .tc: t%.' n, .-t .."".I.rlul.( .J.cl..t\ ".1. I.r". t figures 1884 The idea of three learned and dignified n .: ; '.
IIU L'"fl n .. is the for rock down '
.ct ... fUfldCI.Or now tiue
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1, 4.crtpt4ofl. ... ..( \ .. : ..K. If a.4lii truciive. I Tt.. J' :.-l I, lt 'o<' A :\0". : t... f!'.ulk by theViI'liains block, all verse! ; .
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... d. ("n : U.' r.i n> "'out.rl.o.L.jW A h of in'd$4SSOiO0O. Supreme Court Judges drawing straws to '-1 I: front talk "
!' :0:)000.000 gold to sir.
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City Drug Store, or at his :'lIud aU."O/.1. uU.e: "' ...u,..ilhw. .R / .' on h n. t tIY good natured. Charley Filde being you
.. I bel1L.UI t.in.i; .. .... fcnyl. T TI I'T' AV 11 n<'r; r '
I", J East Starke. p rofti.e fIiudr.tIv1I.. ..rlo'l." an" Otu'ri..tr1'l BT C Ii n.*.".r.j i ii-i;.c -I.'.!..,.... ::-. ...... 1 jt j r ,yMJUIz&II 5 It !hert Thrasher h/d a few words Philadel phia! H'el1nl.Jt determine which shall exercise the fuuc- "'Wall. now. just use your b.'p: e 1 ,
I. "A I'iauPo : ... ... .. Th. 'u illskei'.el I { Chief Justice. is so ridiculoua!
of '
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4l .tI ure
A LL'" 'e A The r 'JcJucdd.. JL. s *.i. ryv. 81Th. and. lie when and barah (Shepard; are the fu aint a nn Ua to give' -
tbe passed :N.
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: ,: J. 'FIELD.U 01" Tb'.. 'nut.:u.::: J'd.1I 1I..u.: ..,....j'r.. .. ,..i't t'c-u.. r I"Dlo"l AlO"U.! (.I.r.r t.u..1 'I %he I'J....... ."'.t l.t.c......;.1':J.i.,. ."..4_.'.'. .....';. .Lt." ..;., ..'".e.ChrI.ts..itm Ee;r ;,. Ial Hahn endeavored. to persuadeAjsher : parents of the largest: family in Gadsden undignified of absolutely intelligent government you information. Ef you .wAr a1be'er. %
i'i principle *
._4D.verW.:el.I.tL>.. 'WiJo'v. ( 14... V ,'/n's. CI1tIIflS A ..al. I'% I: I..:-." '" '.' ." ... ...--" ---".. to go awarjf! While he was county. They have nineteen children, every o. like er old] blind h i alll'
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'ic \.SON'SI AVOUK. .sw .tiub..r. tlr the M'"to4-4.,........."4"tIt. (.IIs' "...u"L..l'0".rl" ".0 I'..'..."'r'.rI..n.:..... ,AU'I:"dv"!...h V<,.:.'!...'...'....:..A. I..........:"....-. -.l. ......,- *.-"Tnr')1b .'n ;iiiTCing/ Fildes s+truc Jhrasher with his fifteen boys ami fourgirls.Their: eldest that we can hardly realize that the constitution not.hia' to me."-Ex.I .- _
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thr/'r.t ".r .. T : I of the fairest State in the UnIon'conlains --
-PLASTERER. ,
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nou,, tla". 1. H..1. 1..n.r'.A.. .:;. ..;. 'n, Tn--i ':r.. > T .*\ Thrasher endeavored to reach I I child is 21 of age and the youngest I ABrgHotelf'rT ,
: years
,.,... .. I..r' .e J\I. .. ( cane. rtip*. -
OVQRKGUARANTEED. pO .. ,... : Ttic ... .. -. ....". -_ '- a clause making $ucha spectacle ,
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TAirPA
tf. It.4&1 k : "- \: -I assed the birth of twinu. This Febu
'U1"li.lruW'I times the -
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: '' of through three by ;
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t..' ... 'f- u. l'I:, :'1,,'r. ; \ .. .' '. '.J: shots one whicbj constitutional l.-:1a14' '
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., .. ;, time of ;.. iI. l..t.,..7 t.io":,;1'.1... (' '.'.1..11' :II l .orltin!( I.n",\ t'rnr. :.1..,.. : u.,,.,..J ..f' -''' :.. .A... .. ...J;.. P.... \\ ..'.'- '' ''T. /fleshy part of Thrasher's leg. By this I tiuly remarkable family are eomlucting that f-" 'l' hgI IS now }SI1!
< 1.11.11- rl. .. ... r t. V" to and bump his Nelr
.d ouvu.- ... ought go
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"L.IEENE .1.lp..r ..: ;- I"' ." : -.1.. r. :! .f' :......I. 11, ).... ...Jr .. time Thrasher rcache4Fiides and threw one of the.most successful farms In Gads- o : -cbasaof 1 .
t ,, ... ," ,,.,..'." -.rl"Qr"lvlh""rl ""'" .\ J- ,J .4.J: : ..>,.uH"r. I against a post for a solid hour sJ' .
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Low. lu11 .I. ,_"_ .. ,r.t,.I'. JO,..1..1 F.-'" S-'s A Xo l. Vy the .ullmr of .I''liinj down. Jit. .Hughe's interfered, and i den and do all of their own work as all ? will
Dress Goods .1. ", I ., ..k r' .r ".l.I.e J ,: r. I j 'T''u., t : < :. { during the remaindernatur.il Eheld) p ,
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flas, Zephyrs and all kinds : sod ro":"" 't. : '\.= n'AN-eJ I "B. .1'.; J h.,II ,7.-D-'"; F L.'G. I A 11 I II'.1 v U'';maa At4u.ra.A.fl.er. .A.. o..1..' F.,. Dr.J.H.Ioru.iox... l I as'it Thrasher was "thrashing" Fildes : years ofage, Mr.:\ Shepard; could muster "Pa what does a wooden .wed6, .

a *:ot Zilaterial for I i.B7M.. 's ."Acrl!cOo; c.A,:;"'".1.'""BjM"-A"B-rf, ;..",,\1Ur"ntla.01. Cabin. 4.to""l.! B, 11. T. CALL0.. .il hut):hey were somi sepur.itcd. and )1 r. : company 'of !sixteen soldiers, counting mean?" I'a (looking over his paper)-"a- .r'- (.cr. -, .' '

receiptotoflYl2CefltS! .lIJ'tmr '''ildes was commanded by the ilarshal to ; the muster !: u. .that if Ibe weddeil sthil ]I' .
.. : Y Work Sut' PU. it the annn book I b ""it! 1If'On nt.the ectlre 11&t bound in bMdsa. hille f. This is as large: as menus my ( panics "
W.. 11'111 lien" Any JoJT yIF..n! b ok )for 7. befor? the .Mayor.I Mr. Thra 1 hrlame"
Jt O('ent' the entire Do ootfail totall8 adVILDtalr8 oUr.: appear free they 'wooden Hurriedagain. i \
attmUon I ; ('.n" any'''''''' I'" lor r. ; at tn bonk e"prul1ered. A.toourr-llab1l1ty. roll three-fourths of the military companies were get '_
to orders. ; Th13)C the greatest of dollar. is from his woundvhicii is .
Vsst St. '*lthc: Bay Cor. Laura inJ'lorida.Tallahassean.,
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TELEGRAPH TWITTER -- EARLY TIMES FLORIDA. Buy Florida- Grown Kursery U. D TTRR

The Starke Telegraph. A GREAT RAILROAD SALE, I TreesAnd' Fruit.A .

4ti INCIDENT Of TIE WAR WITH TUSEMINOLES. o on tond.
.1i
." -- WASHINGTON, D. C., Febunry 6-President !- S Large .
aortT1t prTAT-TY
THE F. R. d N. RETAINS CONTROLOyWtJTQ !
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--PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT- Cleveland to-day reiterated and ,
BRANCH py F C. M. Boggess. 10
.k During the Seminole Indian w of -,. S i '.

WEBB. : an4 the Jacksonville committee that he u.en. *f .&'ani' JBovda Buy Up 1837 there were times when the' Indians ._.'0 .eD Florida

was desirous of going to Florida this the Property for I.210OOO-De- would leave off hostilities in order to Melroa order with
and Proprietor. For
Editor_ month and fully poptemplated doing BO if crlptlons of the Ioad-A. Bitter. make their crops, and to prepare anew Catloguf J. C. CLARK, Starke.

Subscription price if paid in advance business did not prevent. This he said today Strife Ended. for tbe war path. All the settlers bad to Transit f
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fLOO If not paid In advance |L60. Each' to a party of gentlemen from Philadelphia I I Thjj original Florida! Central and Western live in forts', and in planting crops and a'a pection solicited cites .

nbaoriber will be notified when bin who called to invite bjm to that pity lajlyay, and i its branches from Monti- cultivating them some would work at Starke l boat af'Va 110. .
is out by a large cross after WATCHMAKER
anbtcription and if not ordered otherwise on 'Vl1Shin onl birthday. cello to Drifton, and from Tallahassee to while others stood guard. During these a In order to exend'nnrery, and erect
hI|I.name of our
to. paper will be promptly sloped when Some ofpbe newspapers pf New York, 8t. Marks controlled by tbe Florida Railway cessations of hostilities some would return Ii a fruit evaporator, or part interest in --AXDiEr"lLl-
grove.
$$4i .ribacription expires. interest will notably the.World, are persistent in their and Navigation Company was put to their homes, only to be driven young all or uqiinproved fruit land at a decidedbargain. I l{ .

I*Short received artlolAS with of pleasure public and published, efforts to discredit the fact }that tho President up at auction at tbe special master's sale back to the fort and bome imei= killed PURELY, VEGETABLE. '. 1,300 orange trees, 2,500 peach, .

but In writing write plainly and make is serious when he speaks of the contemplated in front >lf atJ.. S. Court building. and scapedr] II icto with MtnordiMnr.Uniey o.*the 5O andother Kelaey select plum fruit, 300 in Japan grove persimmon, many of ;:'neciai on: given

roor story u short as possible. People. visit. Mr. Cleveland has said, Long before the time appointed for the Fleming Johns and his wife returned \ them now-bearing. Can reasonably expect O locks andje',elrv.Ac.t,&i repairing AU work Watchei doolat
winded
do QOt care to read long articles.Starke. to their home at what is now Baldwin, 1IVER, KIDNEYS 4 bush ls of pikes lor Enquire of
in of ranl Eich-
ns heretofore named in these dispatches, sale a great many prominent railroad men, season 18 J : ...j
of Kelsey P
as the Indians had not for a
Fla.. 'eh! 10. 1888. tulhe)) WMtited., to gr and J Intended going bunkers, and visitors gatbeied around the sometime. Early in the morning bepn seen Johns i AND BOWELS! Pen-t plum., lD00boesofptafis.peaches The alti -

: t- (Jr such A thing be possible, and hopes entrance and awaited tlje actjon pf tile) got opened the door an4 looked AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FORBowel protection, quality 6f soil and LAK13W-tFW
up indi
Pnlend Avordjng Act of Cohgreu nothing interfere with his wishes" in special l master in the case. 8ubi. thrift of trees unfertilized ,
may lie of Indians : Complaint S
around saw up signs Jairta Home" for large variety 4f
JU I\nt Office, Btarke Fla.t at Second J. '* Hea aoM.Constipation. cte I : .
the maU. Before the proceeding began Major and went out to cut some fire wood. Dyspep$5h1 Slok of choice fruits. Orange buds U year L .

Clou Matter.tabacnber I Senator Pasco will start South in plenty II. Diirkee! special master, made known ; While. cuttincr.. the Indians fired at and UId.v. .M.it1on&. BUlotwnen Jaandie. old. endured. the-.. big. _freeze_ .-_ and_._.are__ IL ., CiA.y. o..:LA. -..

.' ; at Lancaster Court House. I I of time to coral the promised mapimoth the terms of the sale .mong ttye clauses wounded him. He ran into the house .e--tal Dpn.----- .. Colts.1lo lug Ing goid land,n no tnlt .'ure, bold su lake WIL"front&,south.vu- -k ;

0 0.. write* to Hie? New York Wrld that;I alligator which ho '.tto inagmn.imously was a stipulation that t sapli bidder wouldbe And shut the door. His gun iras on a .side Geneva Lake, near..Lake.Santa. Fe. ,

proffered: ring for the Prebiderft. The required to deposit {50,000 as security rack. He reached for it, but fell from II
,Green Goods' 1'prkins is not a Baptist
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Jlqt; Ii ie Pr Pie Methodist Church. I Senator will. not fail to make hu .promi in case the property'should be struck oJ( loss pf blood, knocking off the hammer. fRUIT TREE AG. NT. A CRFiHr: Jail

good. to him. This had a peculiar effect on the Johns had no other weapon and was at
v Household Shouldbe'Without It fill orders for ,
[i: to
prepared ,
crowd which this time nuinbercd at the of the Indians who advancedto al
ablest by mercy
Georgia lost. one pf her journal and other trees at the *BUfc, "5f
Feb Immediate u peach, pear,
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., ,7.An.therriIrsid and,by being kept ready for
fits.and fprptnoef, ptizene) Saturday in the least a hutjdred pr rqorc. The master tbe door and began with the axe, to will save many an'hour of suffering lowest prices. Special:Ibargains
r. possible
the North from Jacksonville is
sudden, dettb of Mr. J. H. Campbell pro- to then read a description of the property fo knock it down. Johns offered them his many a dollar In time. and doctors'A offered by the 1000"' Trees of any & CO P NY
an assured fact. I 'learned in lypujsville? home and all he had if they would spare EU IS '- 10 t '
be sold stating the in -
was
priefor pf the Macon Telegraph. after thift,. fale kind, variety, or size furnished. I have
that the was begun early |tn his life. The Indians and :
to-day suryey only laughed 8IDONSLIVERREGU TOR
decree issued Cir
conformity to a by tile ; also orange trees, by the 100 or 1000 from

"City papers dR very well to advertise last week on a line. between Jesup andJacksonVille quit Court of the United States for the cursed him. They broke the door don S..that yMfl.t tha grant. with red "Z"! 3 t 6 years old at botton prices. I in- REAL ESTATE & LOA BROKERS |

in bat I prefer the country press, which that will materially shorten North rq Dislript' of Florida entered on and shot him, and began to take what M front of' Wr.pper. Prnrd| only by persons wanting fruit trees of any |

V. into the hornet of the the distance. A pprtion is already located they wanted ripping open the feather J.H.ZEILIN 6. CO.SoIsPropr.tor'pPbiI.d.tphi. vie Dec. 23. if3TARKELIVERYSTABL
right people:
goct the 6th day of Jane, 1887 in a suit therein kinds,.vines, shrubs, roses or anythingin
sod U carefully preserved there." sayi toe and all will be located by)March}5b, pending in which the Guarantee Trust bed, pillows and bolsters' .and" packingup -: this line, to so me before purchasing

;Jeadmg advertiser of the country. when construction contracts'' will be lef. and Safe Deposit Company is complain- all they'wanted. f PaNOTICE. Hsewhere. I am connected with Berek-

The line iti> be completed by next fall.! and The Florida and Navigation Johns wife looked .on, every minute mf ns and other-celebratod nurseries andI
Railway -
Tbe.Wot Haven Budget states that aJoint I Jt is put known by whom ,the survey is apt!. nud defendant expecting to be killed and scalped: She guarantee all orders will He filled with I AND
stocks with a capital of I Company. otjiers! are told me they packed all they wanted before Growers' Associa.
.
company made, but it is generally conceded that the Lawtey Fsjiit exactness of kindand variety wanted,
:. they molested her. An old Indian .. FEED AND SALE STABLES
$25.OOO bas been io'rmed in Meridsn for .
and .otton. satisfaction
East Tennessee, Virginia Georgia people I am determined to give ,
The date for the sale bad been a
qrigjpa) motioned to her to leave, but she was .
the purpose of manufacturing preservative are behind the enterprise and will pushit Fla., Feb. 2d, 188f. so that I can do bdsinebs with the same &
LAWTEY
set for the 7lh of November but on that afraid to move. He took her by the "
paper. It Is said that oranges ahead.FENSACOLA parties iu the future.
rapidly date the master, after hearing arguments band and led her towards the door. She %o Whom it May Concern:
Vrrapped in this paper \yil] keep found Office at Gardiner Pratt's Real coj ti
F1&, Febuary 7.Captain J on a petition to postpone the sale, concluded looked ,back and an Indian was raisinghis Be it known that we, the undersigned & 1 NI
'for a year and that silver-plated ware have associated ourselves together undei: Estate office, Strke, Fla.GEORGE .
A. Hooton has for several weeks been to postpone it. until February 6. gun to shoot. She threw her arm over .
will not tarnish when wrapped in it.We'cbp the name of "The Lawtey Fruit Growers' 3 I I .c
.-i _ _. _ suffering with fits of melancholy brougbt The full description of the p ojetl her eyes and shotthe ball striking her Association" under an act of the Legisla, A. GARDINER.I ,

-. the and at 8 sold is arm and going through her neck. She of the State of Florida approved : -
following! truthful remarks about by business complications, as follows: ture HE FMOUS _'I.
from our spicy JactoooyUle contemporary 0' clock this morning he committed suicide All the certain line of railroad of the fell forward stunned, with her arm Aug. 8tb. 1868, and amended by an act t IJiTon.lADE -( \- >
under her head. Before hey got through approved Feb. 19th; 1874. entitled "At I PLYMOUTH? ROCK $$3' PANTS
Metropolis. by blowing put hls; brains with a Florida Central and Western Railroad' her she to her senses but Act to Provide for the Creation of Corpo: ,,:, .i _

If 7011 ,intend to kill your fawn or keep pistol lie was president of Florida Company and its successors the Florida scalping came ratio as." .- Cut-to order from

,it I if} the bee groundj oppose improve- Division $To. 1, of the Association of Confederate Railway and Navigation Cprnpanv, as feigned eing dead. The |ndian% then E. A. TODD. Pres't, C clothes for style carefully and wear.selected C't..'1 N.r".
fire to the house and left nl tly.
fjtents; mistrust ILl public men; run it Veterans, a member the Masons, conveyed by the mortgage Qr deeg of get t M. C. LEWIS. Sec'y, ? Every pair guaranteed r First-class turnout furnished at
After they bad been gone a short time J. CRAWSHAW, Jt:. Treas. and
fpwn) to strangers; go to sonic other town guile a prominent member of the Knightsof trust bet, forth in the. decree' herein' ul ; and the house was well on fire, she got and 34 others. I .. IOSly or If PROMPLYRDDID a new hours lay or aight. a

!fo tradei refuse to advertise in your 1 local 1 Honor aud Past Grand Master of the te&djng from a point { u the city of Jack-- up and tried to pull her do.id husband are pairmade.rturne as goods unsat Terms Keasonable.. Give us a trial.

papers lend your job printing to other State of Florida }19 the orde.f pf Qdd sonville to Chattahoocuee,' with its branches from the burning house, and pulled himas is factor. ANDHEWS&ALVR

towns; do not invest a cent; lay your Fellows, from Tallahassee to tit. Marks and fur as the door, when she fainted. In liftAWIItI .

money oat agnevhere| else| be particular INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Febuary '.-Thq from Drifton to Monlicello. falling a pail of water."8 upset on her, .

/. 1 fo decry the motives] of publlcspirited! executive committee of the American At this point in the proceedings, E. M. which brought her back to consciousness. / I DpANTs.r '

',." men: lengthen your face wbeYa stranger Newspaper Publishers' Association met at Cheney, as attorney, read a protest from She took H towel, folded it and GROWERSTake : ) Tlift'iMIIiFOR1TORPID

V.* speaks of locating 'In it; if a man wants the holders of sixteen bonds of the value covered her head, and left, taking the .----
the Dennison House at 2 o' clock today.In -
-
.. to bay your property charge him two the absence of President Singerly of of 1,000 each. Porcher L'Engle and E. road. Wanting water and feeling faint, ,; I Tel you u abut, snd what us I

prices tor it; if be wants to buy anyone M. L.Engle gave notice of their claims on shetweut! to a pond of water, where she Notice. .. (your WAIST, HIP and .
I. the Record. Mr. C. H. Jones
Philadelphia ,
flap's interfere and discourage him; refuse certain water lots, and T.A. MacDonnell wet the towel and put it on Uec head. .- INSIDE LEO measure LIVER
Jacksonville .
(o tee the merits scheme that does of the" TIMES-UNION, was the trustees of the Internal She saw horsemen coming and recog- *" tether with $and 3 cts.for postage for pre
any \} chairman. A conference was held representing -'-- "* pii4 express Or bend t ct., itbe A torpt l liver deranges tbe whole
electee pcking. I 17
nized her -
fatber-in-law. He also discovered .
pot directly' benefit )OU Improvement Fund, filed the claim of the to us or'to Ihe paper p r tem mart produces
with the! l leading i advertising agents pi the her. The men leveled their guns YOU WANT TIlrilllGIIEST I "age.of samples will be mailed you irclud irpgiTKl
trustees IN
who claimed a first lien prior to linen tape measure as we haft dep osite Sik Headache
!8t. Valentine's Day. pountry. At the evening session a pro- I tp shqpt her, aqd she yfas powerless to the Proprietors of this paper a number o ,

gram'was: arranged for the convention tomorrow : all others. speak. Her father-in-law cried out to Cash.Price, awl quickreturns, ship I wit hee packages for sale at.six cents. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism
The that he .
then stated
Next Tuesday .8t. Valentine's Day.A and it was voted that )Ir, C. H. piaster was the men not to shoot, as it was Jane. prQcluco to ". PLYMOUTH ROCK PANTS CO. Sallow Skin and ,
to receive bids for the your
day made gladsome to most hearts Jones act for the president aud deliver the ready property. She told then what had happened. :1 8 Summer S$., Boston, Mass. nere is ,no Pie .

V and when not taken advantage of as it address and respond to the address of No one seemed disposed to take the lead, S n.\e pf them carried ber to the station common beltl rmeY' '.;Liver

ought ftflt to be, by tbe envious and ma- \cco. and finally the master brought' out a writ and some went to the house but too late John H.; Newton Pills, asa trial Will prove. Prlee.aIetSold

llpjqua' a day: of sweet tidings an4 re- tep bid offering l,210i66o.: A certified to get out the remains of her husband. L. C. HULL, Everywhere. .

Jp.Jcnf{ t*old and young. We will not beck of $50,000 accompanied the bid, After she was well an Englishman -- -

pretfWd at this time to give tho history TAMPA'S PROSPERITY.* the whole coming from W. Bayard Cutting persuaded her to go to Washington to 204 DUANE St. N. Y. CONTRACTOR. &BUILDER. Over 6,000,000PEOPLE i usc

of Valentine's Day, or how much deflection representing hol'lcrs of "A" and get a pension, and she wasexhibited.. PARTIES GIVING THIS HOUSE STAKKE FLA. >'EED5
ba taken place from the A Grand Mo.rUh Hotel and a Boom ,
original also of "B" bonds. Her likeness was taken and hung in the

jntetit and purposes of its creation, Assured Beyond Question.We No one else wishing to bid against Mr. Capitol. The Englishman ran off with all a trial will be furnished crates and I>LANS and specifications furnished onsho .Pf\Yf .V are O.M.FERRY4CO.admitted tit"dIiI

put we wiU say that even with all the evil learn from Mr. W. N. Conoley! Cuttjpg, the, property was knocked downto the money. She returned to Savannah, stencils by rt notice. Carpenter work solicited I .;. Laraest In the 8Md wortd.- .'

pile that Is worked off on such occa- him bid where she had a sister, and afterwards and promptly attended to. I D."FnRY.COOl
at the offeree], .
who i is in the J. C., CLARK
at
Tampa, now '
postmaster Hand made bricU for sale .
either
at the fit-
-I
lons, there are many hearts that 'willpalpitate she married a man named Mat havho .
) emotion. city. that Mr. B. Plant, the head of the Immediately following the sale, several .' II. E. CLARK, kin or delivered at the depot. p th..Mrk.4r
w delightful To stabbed afterwards .
tty
was years by a cra&. SEED
introductions of prominent citizens followed July 30. 87. tf.
Investment has ,
Company, just
H Miss this be aday of fond great Plant l Starke Fla.REWARD. "
yp.ung may man an died in Savannah. Mrs. Mathas Agents, ANNUALFor
and Mr. '
Cutting was
warmly COn-
purchased eleven| of land beautifully .
And with what acres .
nervousness
; mmraDoe. then returned to Florida where she -had 1- :
and excitement each located on the Hillsborough River, gratulated on secuihg the property. .1 will_.
sweat
wijl one I one brother and two sisters living, one S. J.TEMPLE.TEMP1E'S: .
'V break the seal of yerV billet-doux re- immediately opposite the Sou.th Florida Th' purchaser, it \* elated, r,r.r sets of whom Js my 'iff'. $$50.0. \ I REE TO ALLapplicu&l tmSI

celrpd. d.ajr in most Railway depot at Tampa and intends the management of the F., H. & N". Com : tTTt -1
on Us}| expecting cave Tbe Indians frequently came to I W. cn.tu*wit
V.' has taken erection pany. The Plant System was not represeutcd'at A BEWAlin: FIVE IIUNbllEl) I OQfcInvaluabletoilL<* ,. '.
to u4h' only pn, heart commencing at ppcp the of a house, and she said she recognized on* .. &
DL be paid the County of .
*.. ..4and occasion to present himself as her 1 la.i'gp 1 \tourist hotel, surpassing anything of Ow sale.-T.. U. of them, the chief TomaiiHtn, as being Bradford An..will for the arrest and by conviction of MILLS, EYe17._

.v.. .f rjje and loving Vaiftritiqe, '!or better for the kind in the State save the Poppede The Pres--. Association of the State will time one that led her towards the door. 1 I the party %r parties who assassinated AMaNUF.AC "Carden.FlelcPEEDS.ib.sldI =,

WOffft, fAr ;Jlfa! qr death. And t b" good Leon at St. Augustine.Mr. She never would have anything to say George (i'. Miller in the town of Sturke ou ,

and \mp .wife, who the good book saysV J. A. Wood a Hew York architectof hqlJ 'their! regular annual meeting at Key to them, and said that it made: her sick on the night of January 1st.. 1X88 D.M.FERRYACO.DetroltW10li.Wten .
U. tilais to, and West some time duringjlbe l latter part of Offered and published by order of the 1f
4af man, a pearl above to look' at them. The Indians would ..
abeisUeMed with large experience\ is already on the February date to be announced later. Board of Conny Cummissione's of Brad TUBER -' '! --_, ..." :.
priety f a kind and .
ground and preparations are made talk and point to her *$. though they Florid\
being ford
lovfiig bn baad.ii>Ut\ rejoice at the re Co\\ D. H. Elliott, of Sanford, has been recognized bar. : County,
k1 turq of Mi4M'. day, for'does she for! the early commencement of work. asked to Ii arrangements* with the LOWS WITKOVSKI Commissioners. OK AND DE.\LEJ IN
The hous will contain Mrs. Jane Ilath& died in 1874, and is Chairfnan Board of County k
not receive, top a tweet record of love nearly or quite twq transportation lines for the Association, buried in tile cemetery of Fort Ogden. "ATTEST: Sawed aid Dressed Yellow Pine I CURE'

and andfaiibfuloeaaT jfabe. doo'twe shallalways hundred rooms and will be fitted with and he will endeavor to arrange so that "Peace to her ashes." II. F. YOKK. Clerk of Circuit Court J and Lumber of every Deseriptlan and .
eireiy comfort and convenience kill that for the
Ex-Offlcio Clerk and
'. tbiok;abe Auditor
ought to. And there
one route will be used in going and the Fqrt Ogden, Fla., Dec. 15, 1881. Quality.
.
aretheod.Mald! God bless them 'who fiopcy can sec tt:. To make it unique of Board of Couuty Commissioner "
other in returning, thus giving the benefitto Laths ,. Pickets, Railings, Bracketa
f
pjt) h\\s day-opOTthebr{ oorcespoqdence i\\* killS tue architecture will bs Moorish both.. O merchant.in, thiqe hour of e. c. e, and'Finishing Lumber constant. on .

with.bop* u d;fftud ,expectatiou that .a and. the atcndaqts( wl( ) be dressed in If on this paper you should c c c, Notice of Insolvency. hand.J3F FITS

gallant Valentine ba*,tome to the rescue 8pnnih costume.Tampa Meeting of School Boar VJ. SHIPMAN ADMINISTRATOR OF THE =>
And look for something to ap p p .: of William Hayes, late of Bradford Sl>eciaI attention given to Filling -
and her days of wretchedness, though has determined to, build an iron Your for county In the State of Florida deceased having .. Orders
yearning greenback 1'1'1 with I I do
r Dispatch. say CURE not mean merely tc\
The Cpuuty School Board convened filed in this Court a written suggestion off thelnsolvencq
without about to end in \
.
pever drawbridge over the Hillslmrough just at Take advice and be of said estate, notice is givento stop them for a time.and then bare them n\
our hcrety
,blissful existence of reality. Monday morning at 10 o'clock. PresentJ. y y y, claims said estate turn apaln. I MKA.V A RADICAL CUR
Young this the riv. and bids all having against
point on r. willIe persons -
or old man, miss or old maid don't use Advertised M. Smilay, chairman; P.8. Crpwa, J. Go straightway out and'advejt: i i i, to file the same with me, duly authenticated ac- Scroll WorK, I have made the disease of
for at once for 1 its construction. cording law. on or before the 2d day of July
E. Wainwright and M. L. Pouglqii You'll find the project of some u u,, FITS EPILEPSY or
th> : ,
time mall/rfpmly.\ \ Jf you write.\ 3o.ptflj The new drawbridge of the South Florida A. D..I&s8 J. It. RICHARD. AND .

; or a Iptter, or apeak a word, 'on Railroad Minutes of preceding meeting read and, Negiect can Qffer no ex q q q q, ;tarke, Fla.,Jan 2, 2888. County judge. 'FALLING SICKNESS,

ihls "ay. let it be pleasant "land cheerful was completed several days approved.Committee. Bu wise at once, prolong. your d a a. Vegetable and
ago, and trains are now crossing over. Orange A Ufa long study. I WABRAST my remedy to
something to make us more'loving and appointed at previous meeting A silent business soon d k k k k. CITRIC the worst cases Because others haft
kind. "Love thy neighbor a*thyself." Gangs of laborers are now at work hyng to examine location of Water Oak :* J NOTICE.InCircuit failed I s no reason for not now receiving a core.
track at the rate qlle Common Council i ORATES Send at once for a treatise: and a FKBK:BOTTL*
And what shall we nay pf the gay andfrsllvft of one per day, School reoom ',end in their report that Proceedings-: Vourt- Judicial of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express

widow. We have beard \taid fin d in a short time now, patienger,trains\ said school be removed to a point as near- Council met Feb. 7th. 1888. .1 and Pott Office. It costs you nothing for atria .
Circuit of Florid Bradford and It will cure Address
"beware of the viddera." Tbey can be run to Porto Tampa, where con- ly as possible to the four mile post on Presi-nt, .J. \.' Truby, q. P, Young. A SPECIALTY. H.C. ROOT.M.C.you.183 PEAIILST..IIEWYoll

kppw! a tblng or two, we admit bnt bless.VhenV oectiun will to made with the Plant Line the road leading from Stark to the Britt I Tate Powell, J. 0, Richard. Comity.

V iftYP th'D1aU\ and if they don't I of steaniers for Key West and Havana. George Bridge on New River., The report Miuules of last meeting read &nd ALSO FOR sALEACRES = i-_-= .

lopk longingly 1r Valentine, tliey!arje Mr. Couoley: is one of the owners oft wa$ received and committee dis- adopted.By THE STATE FLORIDA.
I
wide awake to the more. solid comforts .Tampa Ilectric Light and Power Compaqy hlU" ed. motion of G. P. Young tlia$ the PARKER'S

rlffltp. I, which has just cjojed a contract Ordered that the school be moyed to 'Treasurer's bond be approved l and adopted;. John S.VS.Noble V 1.Suit Armrapsi>y attachment : 1ft( ''iAA1:1JU( ( ..leansea:HAIR and BALSAM beouttfle tM M ir.fromotes .

Wi h the for the above named place. W.L. P ltec1aI.a. lite e"; city lighting g f the streets mo :on carried. I /
Never Fail to Restore Qrtj
pf .lIrpl'f""e Court
Ordered also, that the The defendant. W. L. Pollock and all ether
following 1
'f"eerida; for twenty years. Mr. Conoley is very war- By motion of Tate Powell the Assessor's porsons interested are hereby notiflwl o the _Hair_UnL to its._Youthful uu__ L_Color.'_'_"_
The State ex re-J. Hugh ifti. phy. Relator I,hopeful of Tampa's future prosperity.),. rants be 188Ut\Q: bond be approved and. motion commencement of the above suit bf attachment CTUuraaaupaMMBBBnu-a* Prmnrtota.PARKER'S ami..k
O. W. Alderman. .. .. .. .$ 25 00 appepted; and are hereby required to app-ar pl.a'or '
TS. W. D. Barnes Elite ppmptroller, lie says that before ten years roll round carried.On demur tQ&e declaration flJ therein, by th: GINGERTONIC
J. C. Roberson :.. . 37 50 seventiethday( of ltrff, 188*. the tame* being OF' IAN P
: Respondent-Motion (qr i ajternaliypyrjt the ciy( which he claims l as home will v. O; Scarborough. n. .... ,a 00 motion of G. P. Young .the town the first Mond&pof said month and rule da; -viaI.Ie for Coos&a.Colds.Inward PHnn.lTTti Mrln_

of mandamus. have a population of 2, .-Times- C.F..Hiers. .. . .. ... .. 07 50 licenses of B. H. .J Qnes.tr1nsf. rreil to of this courts judgment vriU be taken againsl t .
I theip. dpfeult. Suitable for Orange Groves in
MATJRK C. J. Union. D. W. Kelly..i 50O. Jones & Heibcrgtr, and town license' (fW. L. B.RHODES, Lot- AKEViEWcurciiuiinhelipr.
p. : 1 P. Young .. . .. .. ... 6500 i .' .2. 1888 Plaintia's Att'y. of 10 acres and np, as may be wante 1. 80 much of Section 14, chat 8781. i J. L. Hill . ... .. .. . '3050 H. Rivers be transferred to J.. 1 II I do hereby certify that the above is a true! Nov 1-ly. PrkvSiolo.L4a.&Dd $ibL.sa.k, ( .
of Ihe origiual notice file in 50 Sv..reWL Ot I OaflI EV
acts of 1887. providing for compensation T\e BlacK List. W. :E.. Walnright.. . .... 3750Eul Hodges[ ; motion carried; (py. now on mflee. } 11 1ai.kn.Wi1 YotaczZ'buy%pay La wontklVt.M&linVt1'St*'

pf Solicitor direct j On December 13th last an ordinance .Bjer, >. ... ........ .... 17 50 On motion of J. C. Richard that ti( Witness my hand and.seal of Court this Feb- e'b..A MM.top-- |.put hnll.act i.d anuixOe'Qf,L.tsl,b.t priVaS'.at
County as the pay' J. 8.Gfriuer. .. .. .. .. .. ..' 35 00 Finance Committee: ary 2d, 1888. : So'p. Soap.A deoc ,&1r.a'Iy hi.isi. JugS p.lIIa ItsrnJ. pMiiw T114d'h :
pent of theIr} per diem by the 8Late.: s in was adopted by the city. council, on section C. J. Bryant .. .. .. .. ... 8(1( 00 examine the\ Assi.sor's 1 I H.. F. YORK Cler Soap wUb perfist.11 neW beau.IoWRa'. scwi aGd.ud rsiIrosdD gel a(eCIfll*p sd aaaD)
of of which required thp Chief of, Police book as soon as assessments be in new rece will make.. j.bKD(.U P.O.5.1 us.
Violation Section 15, Article XII, of T. J. Deckle .. .. 40 oo v
fb* Constitution. to notify all 'saloon keepers when a F. B. Johns.. .... .. .. .. ....t. 2750 and report the neces ry expense to defm' SHERIFF'S SALE. >O lbs of good laundry soap '{OJ |FLORlpA.giiSiSSSSSOR

F. J.: Storey.. . . .. .. 1750 the of tb" town : _
2. Th fact that this beclioq 15 has its person had been convicted of drunke'nness expense ; motion carriOn Sl.OO. This i is just the for
thing the
JNDER AND BY
VIRTUE of an Execution is-
Ro f. W. Cameron. . ... 22 50
twice and had been motipu of J. C, Richard the Cmcil 'ed out of the Court in :
place under an article headed 'Education, black-listed. .*:4ClarL... .... .. .: . 100 00W c rd County State County of Florida, dated and for the Brad.17th Farmers. This is for Saleat
U.pf no mgnificauce as to the meaning and man named Chas. Aiken was put on ,tbfltlist *. N. Reddick. .. ... . 3750 reconsidered the ele ion of To tv of December, A. D.,1887,Jn a. cause therein only $l.Ou. recept

iotejpt ofthat par relating to officers some time ago, and day before yester G. M'Week*..!'?... .. ... .. 17 50 Attorney; election postponed.On tiding between Louis Wickovski as plaintiff ,sortmeatQft
county Mrs. B. 'defendant.
-against Mary as
Sapp I
J. P. compiete
generally as is shown by the day he WHS arrested fpr drunkenness J. E.'vWainrightA: .... . .. 5 70 motion of Tate Powell the ti Ve levied upon and will sell at public sale bee HICKLE, best P131111. loots.
proceed: ; J. M. Smiley .. ; ... . 8 70 ing bills ; the Court House door at Starke, County oladford Lakeview. .. njshrubi siid
The law were
lug of the constitution tlol1. again. provides that in such ordered paid: and State of the =
conven H. !<: Douglass..; .... .. .. 790 Forid duK lega saI sguarsntee
When the cases if the _accused will tell where lie P. Marsha's! salary fomec. and. Jan4SO.Marshal'sexpenses. urs .f Kale on the .. To the first who answers "this advertisement JUIiAfc*V"WT
"
;p. Constitution prescribes thepinner \ go\{ Cftwjll..u: . . 790 \ 8. the same being the first Monday of said and mention this
.
of doing a thiug. that is in effect tbe liquor he wjjl Qot be punished but ft. T. Dowling....'$L. . 2' 00 ifij ''nth all the followingdescribed!ndsituate pprl will send a receipt free ..
the saloon who Kiltie Kuugte .rrJ: ?.... . 27 50 T. VV. Sweat, 250 bliftjk tax.returns 6 J Ising in Bradford County, _
keeper furnUhed it will be "
a prohibition against the passage of a law C. H. F. A. E. Moitt. repairing pump. ... r fhe S WoTNW.andNW.l ofSWXoftion2dNEofSEand
tried and if will be fined Thomqsou. . .. 17 50 3 S W % of N W. HICKS
guilty B. H. Jones
prescribing a different manner of doing it, GQ( exceeding D. T. Thornton... .;.. .. 2? 5o dockeiJbg7" cases I: of Section 3, all in Township 7, Range 19E
4. The Solicitors' for county Criminal' |500< and given 30 days' imprisonment J. E. WainrighL. ...... :-. .... 33 70 $13.50; 4 license fc< .tJ.QQ. .. .. 1-1 50;(. \\taining 10 acres more or I less.Vvms J ,, WLthC1 -

Courts are county officers and under said and l\is\ license\ be forfeited, Whena J. 5. Allen. .............. . 17 50 B. H. Jones wnting 1 rea bond 4Oc;, t";<. .; purchai' hENRY r paying W EPPERSON.for titles. : CITY U LK18 CINCER TONIC curCII"JIeD all.lL.U&
Alderman :.....
Section 15 their diem must bo person is bla -1isted a ujl description J. 11. Colsou ...;..:. n .. .. 22 50 B.notice H. Jones to & Sheriff of Bradford County,F raJssSrSia IflC'--..

the county; and per the per diem per paid'annum by is sent to all sajoons.' Aikeu was fined G.M. 11.F. Goodrnaun Blair ...... .........:.... .. .17 30 50 00 paper 5c. .writing. .. .utprnorial., .'"......75c. .; SO Pit. .1.18 out by Plt. t nBER..NO U.lkSESSEU. HSi'SiSSKKSr'SWMHINDERCORNS.*d"i.n- I
York .
'nsation JJxvi"for them yesterday and was (old that if he would Paine, 1 day worlt oo street. 1 00 ; .
payable Ordered, That the be C. OPEN Ai ALL
Superintendent J. Clark TIMES.
*'. Jtated }:l where he got the whiskey he wouldoe makiug oufrpool. list 84c \ .f"auJ"Plt and be.t Cllre forCorfl.Btctis .BuDJ.n
-h' taW
::& salary withstitution. / allowed to TRBIMINGhI r.
appropriate to the pobson registering names 9cfki. 1 79 all. ElldQrN romtl to Ow
/ let out.: After SLsing' prison all l school on the same basis as other schools. J. C. Clark making ou'r turn bits ( SHOP.. ON CAIUST. to_ iSooni.p.s Lzu 5a. BawX .
AND
I. 1 night lie said, C. J. Weinmeiser( had sold Accordlugly'the appropriation I 85c; blank dfl. book 3%. 1 20 AEn.\ TRIMMING OR. k'JUSs1] .
U was raisT
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lone cfieap .d
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J. S. Wynn 1 by 'h* Is kept on Me at Jae
Ion- the whiskey. Weinmeisler was tnedj.be- ed $22.50 per mouth. I day deputy marshal.. 1 00 the job. W. H. WYNN.Jau. OFIRAilRDAD. paper
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nepr
I fore the Recorder and showed that the Ou motion adjourned. i On motion of J. C.' Richard' Council 27, Ifita. If Stkrke. Fla.'lJIJSE& WIl constantly keep on nand YER SON

-d description sent It* him when Aiken was .-- -:;- adjourned. a H. JONES, .. the fllloW ,f"lnols, for stli: afuI I

put on the list did not tally with his appearance "My little son, three years of ajj ; City Clerk LOTTN JAXDRUFF CURE lu ekaust the hair

for instead of being a clean terribly afflicted with scrofula. IDyi L CREAM OF ROES for the face h DVERTISJNqC

;. shaved man he had a black was, entirely covered. with Hcratep| ''. No other medicine is as reliable as STARKE, on Walnut stru-t, fO remove sunburn, bn, freckles :
m ustacbe.Tbe Ihe skio. IIHllUot GENTS
sores, and his body Ay er8L Cherry Pectoral for the curelofcongha (size of lot 4 mgr) apply to W. .
4d ,J Recorder let W ciomeisLcr rtl on the _showed paauy. marks Qoids and all derangeu&uts of-1*.. (HALE or me at On A full line of RI Ilnl Hcmes i.TluITEsmmum"iiJ
of the dise ise. A Jew bottle (IfSarsapirlUa X.yer'8 the rwpinif t .tautu stantly un hand. con.-
iu ground thnt the description sent out was organs. It relieves tile \\les perfect. ruZII'rcptiri :
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y,1' w error.-ttavaunah News. curedfttfin" '!..1' W.;J.; eckett, aathmaUb'and. ,consnmptive eve _jn ad- ,I 'IC, F..L. CONSTANTINE.an. .1. W. (lICKS'

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,; Starke Telegraph' The good:work of 'too street committee ''To- OUB FRIENDS P I -
AND Nurseries
stil! continues .A-Ko s.-I. y8iciaps.presQribe Dr. J. H. lcLetm.sI Highland .
as the streets Spepial at.tentvn }is called tp, oui Tar Wine and Lung Balm in.it they find STARKE CARRUGIFACTOKY an ; -
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show.
Sey ya.| Feb. 10, 1888, Jl'n'g.mal..tl1.: i good deeds Tested varitiM of $
and well *
lajrga selected trace.of
stock of I po opium or morphia while its of O.a" ,W\\1PC. for 5S$
continue. m
ITY NEWS: .,.... : i I Spring Qpoda. just opened. P qr. ,efficacy in curing all throat or lung.disjeaacs -- ..- -.- plum succession trees of Frail) from 3Uj.i<> October. .: &$

Lawtey titiI veformed..4 chased stnctly;'". cash and fgr gale is wonderful, Also 2000 LeConte and Ketfer Pear Creel

." '. .13!Frui.t; Growers Association Their at. rock bottonfpriqes.Bjr .,. Exposure to rough weather, getting wet Wagons MadQ To Order, all at very. low r'ic !. 0 y-.Ksox.llighhsnd SPi'
in bloom. .
r'I r trees are .-" articles pf intforpt tion be JONE8IEIBERG. living in damp localities, are favorable to + Florida.Starkfj. l'
; seen
.'. '' .. may the contraction pf diseases of the :jkidueys relmilsllm: C L Pct:1t. .
; r1iesiywas; a buhool holiday.i m this issue; Plows Made To Order Rcf.runce IIY
:
._. feeding egg shells and and bladder. if mule tun.
'" Vl | .- 4'l % pulver.Le4.bpnetoonrowJarIy As a preventive, aid for FI I..with inborn, : -

:.q" 1'boo1" l bocks at Jones $ Heiberg- The question pf advertising the : ip the the cure of all kidney and liver trouble,. vemeql orders maybe ,placed. 'or from. ,

#. gpriiig, we notJolf1belp them to use that'valuable remedy Dr. J. H. }Ic- Uoa 1 be obI&)-
iaf ra
county came the further
Uiefore with whom 't
;, Commissioners up County begin laving early bat'keep them in Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm. $1.00 Repairing ot all kinds done neatly, and dispatch ed.I dec 80 87 af ". .

,.range College has closed its free Monday, but'>as a flourishing condition._ By a ju- per bottle.

.. promptly squelched. 4icius use of,lira jT'ind water in the ;i Starke r
Sick headache, wind on the stomach. HORSE-SHOEING BLACK-SMITHING -
poultry }buildings we can; keep lice ,
I *) A regular;!' building' boom his -Ladies-in about ten days, Truby, or chicken i mites, from,getting such biliousness, nausea, are promptly and k .

f ity.'I Sternburg & Co. will open the largest a hold' upon our poultry; :they become agreeably banished b) Dr.J. H. McLean's iALE AND PLMALEINSTITUTE .
pur solicited.
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All
stock of Dry Goods and notions .ever. \ery troublesome Upon setting Little Liver apd Kidney Pellets. 2c a kinds of Iron and Wood "."

',.Cai, and hay." :ftViJonea' & brought t& )e. hens, getting very bad as warp vial -.

.r', ..'-r, ,J-' '" .; .. Mr. Fr nlt weather cgmes, A good way i ill to Children 'will freely take Dr. J. H. Me If you want a Buggy, Wagon, Bucbboard Surrey, Phaeton,
'TDith Df sprinkle cedar dust the
Philadelphia nests
in Lean's
Tar
; ditIn1' ; or Wine and Lung Balm; unlike t

.e.,. _,tIer. j i4i't1 ". be a who spent last winter in -the city, an .easier remedy is to put tobacco in cough syrups it contains no opium will or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage t. a JJan.U1IJgonI r- '. t

-a.. '. ".L' .' has returned and is now some form Qt another in the bottomof other and heal any disease of the throat B'
stopping at *
want short notice. ARJcE:1LAg.:
the nest At the high price can supply your on \ _
,' jeitkovIkLWMII&Ck1ont1lie ; the Commercial Hot.eji. ungs quicker than my oth er remedy
paid for eggs in our markets in thefall .

k\ .i *#:., Quite a number of our3tarkepegl iLld winter, it wdulfl seem prof- There are many accidents and diseases A I SpEh1itvf, ; 'hmJ'M .t uAJff' J
-1" which affect stock and cause ser iou Carriage Manufacturing Specialty. Dd
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if Jones abJe} te take such precautions as 91.hl8 ttn.'lfoeu. -
car-load attended the
.i Salt.bj the & dancing party at are Nur Vomica has nconvenience and loss to the farmer Inls tTLotultipp, $2.00. $3.00. ud ,
jjpg-jible. beep
!. .. J Lawfty last Tuesday evening. They tried by a good many of our farmersas work which may be qujckly remediedby pGehier IDODtIa. gjabIe at the cod ofwhu
," l''Jt all. the of Dr. J. H: Volcanic d' 14'vuth .- lUG per .IIL
report splendid time. method of use McLean's
a rid of
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ot .too 'Jate to plant a getting
ypt .
MOJITT
hawks Oil Liniment. A Ie ElerT""CInntap. t .
: {SPRING GOODSJ SPEINQ (GOODS!! -a great source of annoyanceto ..en1 due Ai a low. .
<". all poultry raisers, If fed in If you suffer pricking pains on movingthe For f ortb&'PSZtieUlaii arlJ1

zifr U j is now compietejSboei BARGAINS}! B4RO.uNSHTo !! modjrate quantities wp have knownof eyes or cannot bear bright light and X. A. CLARK A.I.'blaff"

,lu Ps,4 fore.I' be bad at Jppes & Hejberger's benefit but an ovpr-d'ose is fatal find your sight weak and failing, you FtL'.tteII.lMI .

; ; Mammoth Dry Good's Store. tQ the chicks If thjere are any of should promptly use Dr. J. H. McLean's Stark, Dec.( 83. "-'

: ch.aper than ver at Truby, our farmers who can gif us any Strengthening Eye Salve. 25 cents a box. -

} Co. Capt. York spent Wednesday in light on this ubject we would beIjjad t THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE OF
!_bm-g.4 ; Are you restless at night, .and harassedby .
Jacksonville. He reports pl "iyof to urniih it to our readers, for THE .
a bad cough? Use Dr. J. H. McLean'sTar a.d 0 DolL AUM .. !
Sanders and family have in of hawks RUttNtIer
I. Qt Tf people there, the Sub-Tropical a getting rid* we would AUKS MKAMB S4 8HOB er the JA**$ I .
the Wine. Lung Balm, ij will secure you J tI3 8110K... .. At well th aatw mp .
Ga. surmount detriment to
to Savannah, success and everything-'there beauti- raising poultry.greatest sound sleep, and effect a prompt and rad. "BOM naainsiinliiipsr stamp sppsan alaiab/eattsai Ute ot the Trrr n wen U lwffi .ft A IF
Wee wm prodacerm.l.cWJcpae... .
iUL who will but Florida ful. cal
.LetaJl cnre. JAMES MEANS produce Immature rimnMx ND'atLderer .
IIe Campalau"The .ar. 1 1When
,either: can't be beat. few Had Lank with Ire ahe aIwa *don her part
of
Only a more packages TELKQBAPH will nature falters and roquires help 84 SHOE
'keep up to 'P tre;hut maD mU IIaIp herttke woUharrest. rpa
lfre h !lot of new candies jusf, seeds left.. Call. in and subscribe be- the imes, and especially so now as recruit her enfeebled energies with Dr. J. WB1 not wear M h r as the .If you*aa,a plenuM m ded yea mater- .

I Wills'. fore they are all gone. A dollar's I H. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and JAMES MEANS barrest golden fruit and terse wefl iMtur- .
poeivValter thai National 'election approaches Blood Purifier. .1.O0 per bottle. ed vegetable,we"Tax Bar TnemaaS

1 '' for next term; of Court worth of seeds and. the TELEGBAP: Subscribe at once and keep postedin S3 SHOE it will gireyoa aQ aatbfactioa. and'IeaTe your .
't pbt jurors for $1.20': Persons who lead a lite ot exposure area Orovos In e good healthy condition for winter

|lip drawn on the 20th.fllr.rj. the world's doir.gs. tf ibet] to iheumatism, neuralgia and r-I'UUI il I.DUlcIo for ui.n wha.io ttpatlQ1ll... '.4111 AI what more could yon deaire.AH orders wmcei.1e ro- '
I I.J trln: t"' e.lI f.r a Iir.lc awl D1OI'8 drr' ".hoc than /r -
'1, I This year for tke first time our li mbago! and will find a valuable remedy .rA3fJS: :knA1t'l: SnOi ur t l 1'111. has prompt attention.Address all order to. .- .
home gprden 8eerJe. \ ea.1.11; ILr infIf u ..r llnrllt rriiotmHon iff comfortmo D. W. BalGlUII..ufacturer. ..
: W. Higgens was county elects all its officers except ii Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment '":,'.litr si,.-h t,:r.ii<>:li.r shoe| baa.erll..."In the .
i We have only a few more pack. ),i,ior''f Ita'Ir.w(. >wv.l'Q' !:"' art aide 10 an""vU. > i Lake ww ClayCo.flo .
in Jacksonville. this week. County Commissioners... Let us be ; it will bauish pain and subdue in TV..himen ,Mf. :ui C'Sh > U 111 kt mil >tjil.'.k, Vartles can be furnished% with any qjaa'tt J ; "
Jvv ages of garden seeds to give awayto a.:'I il i. r*C '.11.1 Rt rny Mx of it* wit! vcr *. ,
flammalion. rat'ur.!. AVc n.nfiJinlliert that In ov ry vitaL n- thy dt'8lre. D. W. B BBIOHAJI. ;- ,
and select and
S. Crews reporia one of his sure goad men then Ilcnnft S4 Kho Is equal to the
J. 'new subscribers for only one \l.l ?'-.f i'\e: Junftf *
i njure trees white with bloom. all turn Qut and elect' them. 4pllarand. cents. Come portuDDo not let yoijr druggist \r :, 'i 1 5i.i.rt-i.-wid I; t-r $.. It i!,alweffDUInpsiMlfcsmlcM.*. i\-hirh fc-.e ttihcrt br.'.n ciltV&atp.rcttlJ 4 at RRST "CLASS PRIVATE

twenty palm off on you any new remedy for 't II 1..* .t trffvt'.y tranoia boitum in.i<". It fit* like a
..ti.x-ooJ lector flate has been very The contract for building a will all be tf ffmr.irca rraulroa no "brBaklac In,** be to
new early or they gone. colds, Insist on Dr. Bull's Cough Syrupor '. ,. % prrffnrt'yi-i! no flrst time: it n n"n>. BOARD"BRADFORD '
: week taxes. J.nrui lir'ntis sail to.*s rVu>,.* ,r the tint Ia this
]My this collecting Bridge across Alligator creek was you will be disappointed. rrnuitrr t,> fcerxti-nflvrlr ndrrrli-rd. If you M". been '
lf ark* and Bran** f i pp.-n:.l in cUur ndrrrtisml Sbo a. j.ur rxjMrlcMe IN STARKE .
:ii Ben Farmer, from G&ines- let Monday to L. 1'. Rfphard : "Behold the world rats.." Headache I . iv-t.14 ts t-ach J HI that it is ufrr te buy tbeu ad.b7
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As we announced in December we !']. IraiVr f>t a pyatem. rather than thna nuU* fcy the COUNTY' FLORIDA.T0
; bin the city with his mother. and II. M. Parrish, for $150; and and neuralgia have been cured by Salvation fMwrt. 1Ttt*. ahofi are sold by the best rctaJitasihroiitkont -
'.; to publish all the marks the United States, and we will plies *s iiJ
river for f SO. propose' soon Oil, the great and infallible pain Tb*Arttot nd Ih.httM-rmnitr see not Uff iboutl easily within your reach. IK any Stole ci T rritorrt If joa THE }'LORID.HOHE.tf
aprovs Sampson
j 'a Doth stock of Spring goods ope : and brands that are handed in to ue remedy. Price 25.eents.CONSUMPTiON a work UM to of dl.cuM..rl.nw 4i|:!IUM.Mrrit T ol.*/Ikrtr I"**ikac(imply Tk ntftntti ktsmv-I I will lend ui a postal card. -

Itart,raoeired at Jones $ rJeiberger's. Mr. JV, Sydboten, the fruit with 10 cents. Ttiis is a chance to SURELY CURED. carrier.'iv.'ITio Hi doctor*Jaim drnlv KMD* It.|augi.j1..a.is.us.lth.jsz.beiktgbi. aed S ko}says. !.tbcl fb.b tto.*l JimM ta MMworld. JAMES MEANS & Co. Rulldlua pew-, room.IS X 1.,..1.... :.'l"-J. .

i ;.lieDrainage Coinpany are pre- tree man, is selling Jots of fruit trees. bavp your brand recorded cheap.Do To THH EDiTOBrPIeau Uform your read- 2biS4Cbo.i.bet&er.. I 41 Liicsn! 8t., BMton. MAM. :lu with plaster neat parts new and furniture fumabsl, \.. ..

ii; Mri"g tp plant a large crop of rice.. He has been selling here for several not delay.if you intend to take pn named that dUeace.I bare a By poilthrt IU timely remedy use for thousand the above of Full line of the above Shoes for sale I I I0;t : : -

r years and is well known. He has advantage of this liberal.offer. tf hopeless cues hare been permanently cured.I hr.Rates per day.week and month Table iyjpQdrate wIth, ;
t Another barrel of sour kr nt just shall be glad to send two bottle.of remedy band fine lot of my by J. G. ALVAREZ Starke Fla. I ate lHt the inarkets afford at alt aeowuia, Ulr
now on a trees. ,
pear rau to any of your readers who have eonsumption ,
& I -ral discount from regular rates nutd to pen ja 4panding
"at Sternburg .
Tniby
In Pace.
7iev "ReMiiesct If they will lend me their ftxpreu the winter season. Owli-e to our liic'.jt.
We curonlcle in this week's issue of the and post office addreii. Beipectfolly.T -- ry. healthy atmonphfiv, tarke M ooiu .,.co'.. _ Mrs. Minnie A. Fjetcher, of'Wis .6., .. cm/in,4AJIaL_ **,i_-.n"..101 QLLV_. ..,LiUW_ .V&.". PATENTSFRANKLIN COMER ]4. PEEK, >y many framed Physicians a* OLe among the
TEI.EOUAFH tbe death of Mr. J. P. PAIS best points in the State at which to pas the win.
Messrs. Jones t fc Heiberger have con in, has arrived in Starke and ter. The*1'lorida Home"to a handsome building .
LEY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NO- and located one block from the Railroad r
JN received a large stock of new taken np her abode on her son', Mr. Mr. Paisley] came to Starke about thret DRUG STORE. Passenger Depot. Starke is 26 mile Month of .
'. Baldwin and reached by the Florida and Hartnation
.t, )_ ftud. C. Jones, farm. Mrs. Fletcher months ago from Davidson college N. C., HOUGH, TARY Co's. Line. Special attention It lvo IUTA.-

I Sabbath has many friends in Starke who rejoice where graduated a few years ago with STAKKB, U.\DFOItD COUNTY. FLOUIDA. lid guests. Addre"uIIW.. W. 3IOORE.Starke. .L.

;j Ms Sue Jones spent last high! honors. After leaving College he ABSTRACT OF TITLE and Real Estate .)radf ord. Co.Fts. .,

{fa.she city with her father, Capt. J. at her return. taught for two or three years at various SOLICITOR OF AMEHICAJ AND !I; law A :3pecialty.A"strllct8 Dec.0,iss;. i
furnished showing Deed.
every
{, p.JoDes.- _ DIED-At his 'residence in East points in North.and South Carolina, when Mortgage, Lieu, Tax Sale Judgment. Attachment FLOaJDA. .
feeling called to the ministry he entered and all matters of Public i
;Another invoice of Clothipg repsivad Stare Mr.
on }Jast Wednsday night, .
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Hap on-Sydpey College, Va.4aiLing a FOREIGN Record & file affecting Titles of Real Es '
PATENTS \s %
\{ this week. at Truby, Stern J. P. PAISLEY, of Consumption course Theolpgy' in preparation for the tate date in Abstract Bradford, coumy, Florida, up to RouGHRIc '.' ,:) .1.

The remains were shipped to N. .1
urgCo. the church.At
of Presbyterian
pulpit
925 F. St. Near U. S. Patent Office. Headquarters: for FIRE INSURANCE

\\l' Mr. 8. F. Gardiner is doing Bradfotd .- Carolina for burial. The sorrowing this place he had four ,alarming hem representing thu Liverpool & Londou& The Charleston Rice Mill

wife has the sympathies of all. orrhages from the lungs. Giving up his J. L. GASKINS,1 WASHINGTON, D. C. I Globe. Co. <
in Jackson- '
county much good studies he sought the restoration of his ing Company

::,;'jr21e this week. There is on fila l iu the. Clerk's health at various resorts, yet growing DEALER IN| "Office All business attended before tQ for the moderate United States lees. Patents Pateut TIIRGaEtTFLOIIJIJA : .. .

'' -H. 12. Clark will hip your berries office a mo'rtgage' tho O. S. & F, weaker all the while; finally iu -order Jo Drugs & Medicines procured countries.In Trade the United Mark States and Labels and all regIstered Foreign I FAST END HSJ1LJ STREET. S. -
for a short while his life which and NEWSPAPER S i: RIVER. CnAm.ESTox.S C .._ .
preserve Starke Flat Rejected applications revived prosecuted. COOPER .
I?.for f yon and guarantee you the lJigb'I It[ R. io favor of New York parties was fast coming tiI a dose he came tc Information and advice as to obtaining Pateuts .. ',...' .
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furnished without charge. W. P. UUSSKLL :
cheerfully .
_pit market price tQ.the amount of $12,000 per.mile.. icialls' Prescriptions "' e
[ Florida, Ph3' Send Sketch .r Model for free '
'. This makes a of the road and friends ia North ., all hour, opinion as to patentability POpnHE rJ1QPL E. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, /., r;,. I'
.; Df. Fhlein and wife left this week certainty Hj> relations} ar.o1in Carefully. Compounded ai -!-datJ ot flier .
each."Correspondence solicits Itt
of furbished for f.5 cents This Company liiinjiji .
Copies patents .
built it calculated that bad serious doubts of by getting here night lir; .
being as is Invfted. imund on TOLL AT 8c PER HPSllEI .4
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Vfar Lakeland Fla. wher they conajaplate S ,
112,000 per mile will build the road alive, yet under the genial influence ol July-45.1W: .-11.RIVERS rite cheapest rule in the rittvjfowfngMate .- -- A

( settling. his a *. They guarantee the wry ban iaruut .
our balmy atmosphere )flfe was prolonged '
r' and furnish supplies for _two years. THE MORNING NEWS .A or yield and .nerd_ rate *niplr/'
for three months. He died, as dit
t r, n. Sub-Tropical at Jacksonville : & JOINER TUB riiev furnish 300 poqurt Ric JkWftts at 40 ',.. .

[tr! ] laid to be a grand success in every Col. R. M. $naitb, of Fernandfna, the just, peacefully auietlllaYlog dowr HOUSE. -eiiM ench, oooiK>' -4ifibMrret*).t thop"lIi" .
., STEAM
tbe thread of life and, as we are compel! .: STAilKE, 'LA. PRINTING DailY Times-U nion < 10 cents. f j3 r-4fc .:' .11.

r te of the word. dropped in on us Tuesday of this ed to believe awakening to a blissful l iu>. Engraving nrayaguon Rough 'nlc;J"JI1l..1epl1tll or '"., ...' .' .
Printing, Lithographing, *
heart *harf"to mill 1 cenrprbth4iel( Coin .. .
If f I, A few pieces qf fine dress-goods week, and made our glad. mortality. DRUGS CHEMICALS Stereotyping, BookBinding :uision fill sales of'DrcMnlaRlce only 1 -..
The Co! said he would not try to Mr. Paisley was-DO ordinary man. Hi rent on the dollar Cboip"r.'el of freight 1-, .
| pbeap to make room for new stock, and Blank AN EIGHT P.GG PA PER.I .-'
| and via to .liar1eeon.;;: Rough Ricunought ...
live without the TELEGBAPH, that he bad an immense fund ef pluck energy railway .' .' .
1..Hr Truby, Sternbnrg & Co. and a mind as bright clear and com flook l\In''If1Qtnrlll& I. Has the Exclusive Franchise by sample at b A market rates fnf .' '.
was worse than lost without it and of the Associated Press Des- .;wish) in any ] 'i. .- v'*: --. .
f Logomachy nd improved authors the} only t o keep to the prehentdve ever falls to the lot of mau, : THE LARGEST CONCERN OF THE patches-'he most efficient News Ser- I.t tilt f ouad Full of school way up During his short stay here he mail I vice hi the world. Also, a Speriid Telegraphic nay a car load. trUl, auil v -u ... r
t.ftt Morgan line times to take the STARKE 'FEi. KIND IN THE SOUTH. Service! and the still < if tiKll .
was maoy warm friends, who have been mad I 11101 cuiupSeii- send us anotjicr; or: Ton pjafcr
E:.1 en' hand at all times, EGBA.ru. better by intercourse with him Thoroughly equipped and complete with. State Service from its own Com' in the rough,'nend ns a' quart stiinplpin
ji;; and the pondent" \ : a shot l ..'aud we will make you AH
Ii. Miss Maude Powpll is in Lake His young and interesting wife was hi:: m itself skillful t tbu workmen.latest nmchiuery Its Telegraphic Orange QiiotntlilUf >ffer.

j!! paUer district teaching music, and Blossoms arp bcgiuning to appeal close companion, hi* comfort and stay :. :-- -i -.'-_; -_ most CORPO rLT1ONS. MANUFACTURERS from all thp :'ending l.'iliea" of the Unioi .

the u&ar trees in this vicinity during tha entire course of his all ues RANKS ANDB.\NJ\ COUN are indispensable in every Fruit Grower J
.jI t meeting with great success. on almost broken-hearted at bci TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES TY OFFICERS. FARMERS. MERCHANTS. and arc worth to, eacb one who bust >' '. .
and
If[: the weather continues as favor. was AND BUSINESS dailymail twenty lime{ the prici of'thpaper. >
.tlKCHANtCS. WtyVOUF"I
N Fred Morgan, of Morgan'sr pa- able there will be an irqmense crop I great loss. She_ returnee. !) t<) North C.iro PATENT MEDICINES, &c. MEN GENERALLY about pacinsr Its 'Ve etuhle Quotations --.. .
of liua yesterday accompanied: by.her falhei PRESr.RIPThU l CRFFULLYCO1PO1JNDED are also full Him complete. J mtluuuted la because
has the reputation being tb.e orders for anything in the ulmvo lines 80 weak imd JOt .
qf LeConte and Keffer pears, pf and brother, 'Messrs. V. and B. Stirewatt, AT ALL. I1OIJUS. from n visiting card to >t nuimmolh: poster,, One yeiir..... ......... ...... ... $1.t) (X blood; Impure. As well expect the .

post polite man in town. course considering how short a tirqe I His remains were Ultun. to I Dividsnt <>r from H memorandum book to A rnHntinoih .: Six months....... .. ..... .. C.OI ur t condition of a city to be per.
ledger. are requested to give this I Three.n.onths' ...... ..... ... ..... "
A great many trees wcrp pet in has elapsed since their introductionto I College.:Nr U.. tor burial, NOTICE.; house a trial.; One month._..._.... ...... .... .. 1'()(' feet with defiled water and defectireMwertge
instructed the writer t ti ; M to expect such a JlJPu
tfndabout: Starke Wednesday but Bradford county. These two varieties Mrs. Paisley II. J. j _'(tILL, Proprietor, -
"HIGHLANDFAUMEU'S
:IDS for tJpplying the: 1 cated piece of mechanism M tbs bim'i
pot near as many as last )'car. are successful rivals to all say that she will never forget the kindness I J ALLIANCE" it high- 3 t.Whitaker- _nm Savannah Ga.: TIIK ,. frame.to be in good order with impure
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shown her and her husband (Uvi"their be receivedby
Innd. with irlore 8uppliC's111 i to ita minutest
..= W. If. HeaflFord, of Kingsley, c ther varieties in oqr northern mark- stay in Starke; and especially during the O. (5. Itiiox.; President, or iF La1:. FAKMKRS AND KUUIT GUOWEKS.Jsem Florida Weekly Times blood.:.veins. circaUtins Do you know caVA tbat every drop

pti4 us a brief call last Monday. It c ts. They are a paying crop' andne jast days of his lit* On earth P. Secretarv jiniil Saliirday, February tll I 1 1 t U.18S8. 'our, name and address to the publisher- of your two or three gallons of blood

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>.iri one of the substantial kind, too. <) that is little trouble ---- -- --- )f the Ti1lle.-Union. at Jacksonville', Fla. EIGHT PAGI* passes through tbe heart and lungs ia

A HXatter of Domestic Econoipy. ind get a sample espy (free) of. the Flor'da The Best anti (:Jieape't FainII r about two and a half minutes,and that, ,.

Oar strawberry growers are re- Judge Peoples was in.i town yes (From the New York York Tribune.) WONDERFULSUCCESS. fill'merfiliI Fruit Grower and illustra on ita way,it makes bone and muscle I-

pe1ing handsome prices for their Lerday and informs us that the I "I am pot.hungry, Qeorge," .she said L 16p paper: | devoted to the industrial development Weekly in tho South.Co'ntairs ( brain.and nerve and all other solids : s
lovingly, as the "bead waiter seated them and fluids of the body? The blood i*
;))>erriaa-fr.m $1 to$2 per quart net. Seorgia Southern a.nd Florida R. R. ECONOMY IS WEt LTII. of Florida.: Every issue conUins the great nourisher or, as the Piblf ..
at a table \in the' diuin -fto of oB'e of i'ATTEllNS wish to uee during the articles that will save money t, i I the cream of the dii'v for ii.veek. .
f Do not forget to go to the W. 'will surely be built and will be in tie| IJroadway'hotels the otEfepjnorning. year All fbr the nothing(a saving you ut from 83.00 to$UJ),by those rnspurcd in cultivating the soil I Only $1.00 per year; o.-. for si terms it,

d T. U. concert this evening. j Ad- running order by the first of July' 'Well, just take a bite of sometWi,,& ''en, ubacribing for ilheritH[ fnnnerR or us growers of 'fruit* muitlis.LIBERAL. t "The Life of the Body." "

.,Ris8ion' 20 cents; children 10 cents. I I'his road crosses the }'., R. & N. anyway. pet.. lie answered fondly; ..... 'FTHE STABKE TELEGRAPH And ve-retaljlrs and ili\ also one of; Hit PREMIUMS I OFFERED. Is it any wonder,then,(hat if the blood

ibout 4 miles east of Lake City, She glanced over the bill of faience "." ; I -ANDtIJEmOi very best family papers, containing many i ,i be not pure and perfect in its constituents I.

t i', The Commissioners ordere4 County to Ijake Butler\ SampsQn I ake, a moment, and then said t' valuable receipts and sugpestlons in house-1 end for circulars or sample; copies.* ,yon suffer so many(ndeacribable.symptom -

Treasurer Rellum to a\]\ theJsilecript runs tentire walter: 'Bring ole a s. .? J ; st's ttu.tratsd7aga3Ine hol economy. .\ sample copy rill cost ., *? I
pay -
Starke a.bout 4 '
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)Hampton leaving stands head and .
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to fish bulls an omelet, some toast Ii I J nothing. Send for one. Ayer's SartaparUla
out of the county spcpjaldL you other Alter
TilE FLOB1DA l'\lC)1m shoulders above every
miles. fee-and, waiter-)' might b1.rti, 'Aontb\V
.f _tlv0ftBd&loo4 e4lc1a.. As proof,

l SMnny.Side Siftings I I cakes afterwards. Ji'. With Twelve Order for't Cut Paper Patterns of And Fruit-Growe read these reliable testimonies:
".*. There was a moment's silence own election and of any ize. TintedAgents !
your Mass. says
.> Mr. J. C. Clark the Chriatmas O. C. Brock of Lowell, :
Aiders were Concluded and th ONE YEAR, the 25 I have ao14Ayer'
Plantingis l ctuue. BOTH PUBLICATIONS, XtEAT For past years
r foods man, has now settled down Spring has surely com thou L1uoung husband sa ,fOR- ." Sell THi; AGR1CUL1TRALPATOROF Sarsaparilla In my the opinion, .

ttto a first-class grocpry man. Drop the order no\v. / "Julia.ruq.' know my salary- $2,50 (TWO FIFTY ( the STATS. .the all best the remedial diseases agencies arising from for impark cnreof

'The delegates to the Sunday 1 twelve hundred a year?" ''Ye- 0 II f rbKfpIQ ties of the blood are contained in this
.'JII. and see him.. EST'S And un urpnrd in tinSmith Pi-irtc:> medicinA/'
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Schqol Convention report a very but it'e enough for a little hot./ DEMO m '? illusiraiions! in i i--ieh unrulier. I IHlli-!"."*! Eugene I.Hill,M.D.,381 Sixth A"... .
The several '* she answered, I usjed to fo rUE BESA PHALANX isle to every farmr; itnnIt-n in-l I frui!: "A.a blood-purifier
: largest stock{ of Spring Qoods pleasant time and good I(own, I New York says: a ,
but I '1ho 'll.o.gazlnes.OonAINDr4it crfower. and general bullder-up of the system. I < f* -
|*rer offered in tbj market is now speeches. Rev. Mr. Patterson, of he said slowly, perhaps-per.. Of all BTO mat Pom LITERABTATVBACTH ..tI.te tMOfA.0*TWItrttfmiv4 .n.i..t. One year .. .. ti .i.t. .. .*,'? Oi have never found anything to equal I
exhibition able ser better board the first )'ear. > i CABINING* AND AUTISTIC OTHER, SCU N- L HMM.,Wit.,..IMI--.*. *J.***AniTvtakwl *UM nt is-* :Six nionthx .-. . . .1..O< Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It gives,perfectsatisfaction. oj -
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Ueiberger's
|.Oil at one ( Starke, preached acry 'a- yule'iHD'diOUSEIIOLD MATTERS. / ,. ..IL.IWI.isis..MW Fhree iiionlhs ... SiEnliinrfd i ."

!ear Cash Store. mon, also Rev.Vm.. Malphure! ,and ..\Vell, Aqut Polly, I guess" your 1 Ulnttrateil*, Ph tograVtrr vtiUt Original*, Oil Steel rirtnre Engraving and- .5.5.A1ist.bisi_..S .lIP.UfO ibis sI.s I oI.o .S. ;"LIf.'nn\ cliainr- t. aqtvtr' Ayer' Sarsaparill proves equally I-

-.' A. Crosby. The next Sunday has taken a bridal tour" fine WooAcutif Vtakitiy if the ModelAlagauine ._,_s-isp._s-a.is Si.be.bi. ris.00"es-as*** :')iiVLflii'' I i r> sizi- fur.I.iud I'itr.P.rsvip' efficacious in all forms of Sarofula. ",
Mr. for Rev. I- of Amerifxg .5. IHiMM M aMmx M oil I ""I"'rrH.j. i ,l-'fnrc J::1t1 I"rr 1, Boils parbuncles, Eczema Humor. ,
,-. H. Jt! Clark is now agent will "Well fur a fae, 1 duu.no, sHe 1 .-. 11_ 'i
at order entitling
Convention meet Hope Ma2inln"fentain3 a c() 1I''W nf 'h
School Each apon .fit 'U. AMERICA POB'I CO 11*;. gf't thn rr"'lIiuing. ill utC Lumbago arb, &o.; and ii, therefore -'
J.'. Newton N. Y. ComiaissionHe tuk a rawhide to his fus\ the holder to the election of tiny Patter illustratedin .
'Hf.r. \
; church on the first Tuesday in September t the fisliion.department in t.uli nnmber in4 In 0-pistt.d..-. present>;\\r ,the v.ry'' Z
e. He expects to receivp daily may hab: tuk a bridle to this u any of th? eizeH'-BianufactnreJ; making three patterns dollars.DBMORKSTS.MONTHLY ir-"lIIptl' roph-si.f nil I I fnf to HnJ. .t'In S
of .SprirgfldF
the fflf'th value over
flext. know fur siirtain. during year 2Iddrr'.
is ju ily entitled tho
iPporta from bin houBe.T ITAL RECfNEJlATOR
pain to announce ', rd. Model Maeazinc. The Largest in Form the BE'W1 "ItbtoftFrBy'
It gives me great World' .. I renoves aU 1 collsequenres 0 f ------ -- -
TWO Dollar I I.F&1 -- -
i' There is of theocholders the death of Mrs. Mary Jones, who Dr. B ll'J Baby Syrup nccom i .Large4 ily Majrazimssneil.in Circulation: ; .and 1&S8 the wlil best be the Twenty- of f.1taid'.'sscaurenews(__ltn CTof t.neq.eourMe laimf M.I bodj aDd Nenoa vise ; T. VViLLS.
a meeting to-day object sn (\\ui kly and.so.. satisfactwily frtuih y- of is p-ihHcdtion and it etans* lit the 'IMbUUy. Biiiml Eihuurtiou IJ>M Manhood eta. A '

of thc SanU Fee & t. died at her home, on Jan. 29th. She that its praises are in the mouth of erY. i head of quarto Family 8Vxll TiTiodiriilii.inrbf- It elt'giiUyprthted contains 72 page-allCl. "powufcu. n BA1LEK r-lnricorjror USit CO.ami.U restorative.s.10*. Eofisto.Panle.ialardree 5.Z.. ; Attorney at Law A1i. .
large
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:Johns! railroad at Lake Butler, the was a good and faithful member of mother. Sold' for 2-3 CCllt '1 folly I I punt I -ari-d. PublTsliwl by W. Joining .: -----_- .-
in this k Demorpt New York sflrrRw "." crt ,'1..";" '. : ,
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church plaee. "TB rAa. '
tbjt'tof$ which'is to ell tlieir char: the Baptist Persons living in utdi'-alihy l/lc7lhlie3 ; by Epc ia.l Agreement CoIIIt- : ". .._..".- .. i. .

rtr to JJtigHsh capitalists who have The heart-broken family have the can easily avoid! all bil\ons\ attacks by tnk- !I &f bined th .: W ACCosiwir?. Hi'LEit :r.l.:>'.i.: ...U-i:! .tf'i T t-o.idRRin urtalo.ku.*..Y.ERSIAfI J'ill! p-!'- '. M CIJ f .u U eSI t 4b ..tI.I'.c'II.p.W i .

I all this neighborhood UXiL' at $2,50 Per Year ., BLOC,, t;:t C t r:3'tifier. -"T UJt31L.. :_ j .
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with the :panic iA.-rorc. ne cato Doiuiy up tile ... .Xi--ST '
STATE NEWS A gentleman connected Thiei'BS of India. a a"E .A"T !
I f'flJ.I JH if bent on an elTlnd/and walkediirfctly .
New York SUM made a Hying\ visit to .
...- remaps the best way woul4 have. bc [ over tha traix' I was N aston : :
Fort Myers last week, antI a* he was J Jtakin' ished that I until he had : : REGULARHARNESS
forfeotto ring ,
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Clipped from bnr SUte ExreS! : to give in and em'ploy a chow dart but : --. :
note it is suspected that he turned into tho stables. .
we verb bothslet rmincd.,not to"be pull- ,
'Murray Hall: "at Pablo Beach, will print 'em. dozed into it.; All portable articles'not in The housekeeper had gone to the :: -
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into wooden kitchen and was wrangling with'thecook 'Ti SHOP
esterda7'I'ha hourly use were put. a strong ,
Ar7a-
pepe A has into the fish and nb ard.' : f
Chinaman gone chest and kept. under lock and key, and ao my signal was, .

j atat DeVupak: Springs. is: business here,. lie dries the fish and ,both cf us were on the watch for any .The fellow was out of .my sight geven or ,t5 '. .

r.elrJr prn"'l"l'd'' : puts them i upi a la Chinese, and ships new vvement. A couple of weeks had eight minutes, and when he reappeared :> Where Horsemen will find a well selected Stock of '-
he had sack of horse feed his -:r
Y -. and feel a on shoult
to bis in New yr -- passed; we were beginning to .
?pvietlo: has >rganizc4 an iramigraassociation. Tampa countrymen Tribune.F. eafe. when the fellows attempted a very ders. He had caught the stable men' thkOJW'I J Harness Saddles Brijlle I. f j Collars

fipJ bold game. A juggler came to tho veranda napping again. 'I rang and rang, but no ., ;
Halters Lashes Brushes
one came. iHo went down the path bent Whips .
., A. Salomonson receivedthis and began to perform, and we 'jji.i -
Jptprlachen \j'rbfpJIIS! wt pp week from )h'is father in Amsterdam both went out. While the room was left over and seeming to glidebut as he \ .'., ; reached the the dirt and leaves flew ,
trap .
apioNew' or alone the thieves-there were three'of "
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f : a till] of exchange for $400 as a present them-came through the garden alongside In a shower, the fellow seemed to spring ..' '"'.* : 1 '

Gait City II the, name .of a new to the// little granddaughter the house and cut a hole through the into the air; and next instant I saw that .1- I I AT REASONABLE PRIOES.

1V !t Florida tpwn.SrvilioEmerchar / recently arrive- Tampa Joun.al. side exactly back of the chest. The cap-I he was fast in the jaws. lIe pitched
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tain }happened to look in just as the box forward, and I could see his right ankle
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pay. )business is The piohibiting of Sunday ha'e was Wing I moved and with a couple of was held in the vise He quickly scrambled goods warranted. to be as represented.* '_; ".,.' *

:rapidly incrt-aiq.! ; } ball playing i is causing many leading bounds ho crossed the room and seized up, however, looked sharply around Repairing and Oiling promptrjr,i< oDe.

clubs to disband, hut it is better for. one of the handles. I could not realize him, and then uttered a low'whistle.. In- 4'-11 11"-. .. .
lr. Brook* icar Ltkeland} !has ten side of thirty seconds four natives came .
bae ball to down than for Sundayto the situation until the thieves had pulled
acres in watermelons.4k .. become merely go a shadow. tho chest half way out, and by the timeI from tho thicket to assist him. The trap Examine My Stock. ;Compare Jh[ Trices.; 'J* .
: had around the haddisappeared. puzzled them. If they had ever seen
got bungalow they
Braidentown i !l !has been elected the one before, they did not know how toriianage
coveiedwiJi .. How could have loCated
The trees are they
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paj-ital! of! Manatee county.Qyiedo !! : fruit.orange buds that can !be seelipeejiI'g the chest I so exactly was'a mystery' the spi ngs. The.prisoner must POWDER, D. Newingham. Call St. jsiagke,* Ela.

to it had been moved several feet have been in terrible agony. for the teeth I ? ,. ...
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of branch. Jna .. 'j. 111 L.tl"
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i is desirous out .
every _
strongly ,
only the night b f re. They cut'neitherto went to the.bone on each side of his leg; : -

railroad. conectibn. .. with.. Orlando.. few weeks the trees will be white tho right nor the left, but exactly back but he never brought a groan. While the Absolutely Pure S. ,. t- .. --_ ,'" > '

tr. with blooms.! -Oviedo Chronicle. of it, and the space was onIy an' inch five were consulting I rang again and ... .
Thevpioneers of Lake county have this time the housekeeper came and sent This powder n ver varies. -A niarve '
wider than the ch
organized an P14! Settler's Afesocia.lion. The real estate agents, the mill st. for the captain. Long enough before he of purity, strength and wholesomeneSS New and ValuableNurerSd' k.
business The nest move created a sensation in More economical than the ordinary p
all that
the builders : the affair ended. When theme
; men, say came was .
Bombay. Opposite bungalow which kinds, and cannot be sold in competitionwith
:1 our '
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is brisk at found they could not liberate the '1- *
particularly' present was on a side street, was one belonging the multitude of low test, short -- \\izv I
Three'new btores have* ppened up and promises to continue lively all to'a native-a known thief." The fraternity prisoner they designed to cut his leg off weight alum of phosphate powders, .. # .
at Live fak since! the town went ancj suiuiner-'I'ampa Jour had somehow the idea that above the trap. He refused to agree, fait Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder We present to you a list of valuable fruits which are imlIspenaa 1 to;; Yerjlar?
spring got we would doubtless have, been the deathof Co., 1W( ; Wall-st., X Y. I mer who wishes to add to the value of, and beautify his home.. "- **:.
t'dry. 'J nal. had a great pile of money hidden in our '86.PaIa'k 1. Farmers with small 1' 'V (
_____ him. They had nothing with whichto April 17. can a very amount of money and
t ., bungalow, and that tie captain was dred percent to the value of th >ir propertv and the. appfne. andcornjrtot.ths1z *
The timber'and. lumber market at4palachieola Rev. J. M. lIt n try made: live barrels making gold nuggets by the wholesale. break the chain or lock, and, doubt has, undoubtedly the largest homes and Ittlllilv by embracing the opportunity! here offered of obtaining aj a small "

l .are gradually. l. growing- of syrup from sugar cane grownon lie was, as I said. experimenting with a less f fearing the that the the prisoner four would lady in the State-her weight is only30pounds. cost the new, and leal1inarietles of fruits suited to this sijction, ylz :..J. l'Ut! {.4.*i3 f.e..
peach on gang, plunged .
pelter.Gainesvillle. oneqttirter of an acrecow, pennedpints new explosive, and this probably started their knives into him and .-.News. When she is weighed --- -- -- --- -.-. ..
ran away. By PEARS.. 7 to 11 f .t h. 1' .
tho idea. The explosive was either dyna- POMEGRAXATS8. 3" ) .a.j
wants' Congress to l land, and had enough seed cane the time the captain got home the man :he will not be found wanting. Our : :
mite or something very near it. One Lecoute..... .. ..... iHarriett I.arge Swiet.. ...
gye' her $75,000 with'which'. to erect left to :}'plant_ one acre.Arcadian. day aft r the captain had been fussing was dead.- -New York Sun. Starke girls nre little but-O, my.BAZAAR Keiffer.................... j VJ5 cents each, $20 100 B.100dRed.... ::::.. :::::,:: (_'._.... .l.Jy.4 j

i public ildng! : West the around In 'the front yard for half an .tJ Osborn's buuiiuer... .....30centst.'ach eo S
The Key papprs report ... .... .
hour, and while I was reading on the, Largo Japan. .. ..SOcentseach
roll of Lozano, pendez & Co. Dwarf.ikiuie l1UI BERBn:8 .
The Sanford Presbyterian church nay veranda, there was a terrible explosion.. price ad staiHUra* or seediingti \

has ''liOOO'organ built at Plymouth, cigar nianijfaftuMjrp\ vho recently It seemed as if our house was lifted afoot ; i -'hitt'. very pj"OllJlC.l .; lIS .
their at riR: ; ; RedE-rerbeam. ."::.:..::,::: } ce. c.,!
removed factory to/1'ampa, and inside .M,1'
0/ange county. high, everything was A" Nl",8 I IP. l FE.\CIlEi. J to 5 feet high. .
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$10,000 a week when in full bl st.- thrown into confusion as it settled back.It U ; 't'
.II Ptento and I1ollt', ... ..... i NUTS.English .
Cver i 1,000 acres of vegetables Tribune.On was an explosion which was felt for Alexander(n'rjarl') ... .:

within radius! or' ten half a mile around, and when we got lEaks .... I Walnut.... ...... )
are growing a Pallas selling I30 cts.eachlilOO ,..,.....
: O. ( of Honey) t l
pile ,fOakIana. Thursday; Mr. W. II. II. Folk, out doors we found a hole in our front BUILDING.'u Wood. ..... .....1| En ticiiestnu's... . Iioceitiuor.

tho popular butcher.killed a seven yard into which a couple of bullocks Gulden Yellow... ... j Japan... ...... : ..I \
last a could hare been That wasn'tall 'I' --: K I' panish ... ...::.. .
adopted -
Monticello has at dumped.
months cid hog whioh netted one Pecans.................". l25c.D 'J :
bog ordinance, and will at* once hundred jind seventy pounds, raisedat however. A big ditch had been DEALERSI Almonds, soft. shell........... .111 '1 s)!---r--;
opened straight across the street to the PUniS i to 6 feet high.
airs of
the a city. Gainesville.
assume his in North
place other and the bruised and WiI.I (. ... .. '--
bungalow, ''>-e .. .. ..?o cents each .
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY. OF ALL KINDS) AGENTS Prunus I'aardii Irt'tlleaf:5 .. GRA1'ES' ,. .
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Por battered bodies of three natives
Allen of Orange, alligator were : -
Thomas Gavin Gutierrez wants
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.lainn ;le.l1..r.-r..en) ...&) 4V *' ... .
is putting in an excellent coquina seawall for the zoological garden in thrown out within thirty feet of the big K..be.rJ\lan. :years. .. .... ...GO(( ." Black Scupp4.rnOng.Eagle ...::.:::iv-l:: : _. .
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feet 1 will hole. It took us some little time to figure li(1; ft ty PS- i ... ... .. .33 Or any variety. ... ... .,_ .I ;
2,500 long.' Spanish Paik that measure out what had occurred. The sly old man } : ,
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Interlachoen is shipping cauliflowers twentyfive feet in !fl ngt.1., He will and his pals had dug a tunnel from the, SEA-SIDE LIBRARY AND FIXE CIGARS. -- *- "." r rf ,

pay $50 for such a 8pe imen.. native bungalow to within three, feet of JAI'.VN" PERSIMMON,Cue year. PtPIKO or Melon Shrab.. _
to \H t e northern markets that average :.... ..
ours. It was intended to around -- Seedless" .... J'. A 14"wthingdstinedt.beonfthbj .
each. pass C .nhl extra I I ket fruits ...... ... mAI' '
n. l.irffe four pounds in SOcu
over Mr. Tim Whidden each
brought the house and break ground inside, there SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR ANY PAPER OR IAG ZI-iE. Orders ZlDgl.sugarswel"tanlrJch..f.j : ; IUid A
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Ere long Tampa will rank as one some fine' sugar canes raised on his being no floors in our place. The explosion solicited and prompt attention given to same. -. '_ ".
creek. One stalk which took place in an iron .t ..M ';
place on Jpshua : FIGS.
Fid. 13 79 12m
the leading cigar manufacturing STAUKC. .January lt-88 /
pf Journal.) was twelve feet long and had thirty} kettle, was almost over the tunnel, and APPLES. 4 to 0 feet high. White JIarsej'Jes!'$ ... ... ...) .. ...: .. T.
pefltc!8 i in_the_country.- matured This is not the force was mainly downward. The ,_. ." Red Abtrachan..'..... ... Brown Turkey .. ......".. I / : ';
well .
joints. concussion followed along the ditch and Alexander.... .......*.. J V Black..... .'..... ........". _.?0 Cflt,. .. "I ..
4 race course at Pablo Beach, bad for pine larid.Arcadian.Large. i blew the roof off tho native bungalow.The To NEW SUBSCRIBERS Crab.......... .... ....... t 25centseaeh. Green.....j I S.. .h..'.:.:.:.'f.. .tU .i. '
forthis ALL AND TO ALL OLD SUBSCRIBERS ____ .
>\here aTnpua studs will be sent ( quantities of cedar. thieves were either creeping forwardor '. 5- -- : 1 i'i .

wmte r uT among''t!he. ppssbilities.The pencil backward in the tunnel, and death IVJio APRICOTS ORANGES.. :
wood "are constantly arriving }by renew llielrSubserlplloii to the k ; -tl .I1r '
came to them so quickly that.they never. olden .... ........ Seeclings, sIvet..10 to M cents'M&e ag,. .
Early
Lakeland Cracker says $100- rail. Over 1,500 stick, (containing knew what hurt them. STARKE TELEGRAPH I Rt.IHoman.. .......... I>23 cents each. BudXsvears' .. ..'..'.. *rlOO8peci&1rat.t -

pOO will come koto.Polk county this about 10 cubic feet each) now lie at Next morning a native priest, accom- Russian ..... .. ... ) Ta genne. .... ..... .... 1 ., .

reason froip.. the sale of vegetables. the depot to be _
sweet and "
QUINTES. others. \
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: that Cedar Key Gulf View. secure our account of the affair. The paying $1.00) in advance we OC Dnnj/Coiie a week lor 26 necks I.. Orange... .. : ... .. J Buds-dormant.... .....-..; ,..2.5cea& f&Ca.''-c : .
The Fort Myers Press: says captain had explained matters to the will semi our paper .Ix mnllJi'.an,1 1d Chinese.:...!.I:::::: :::::.. }25 cents each S
of will soon infectious other To all who pay l.W iu a.h'an,we will s-i-iul our! paper foroiu.1 >t-ar ail ... :::::: All
1h mannfactors opium There is no or authorities, and there had been no in ,. Applr: ...... warranted as Per. 1rd ArI.J

1e: oe oA theibdustues i of Florida. disease in Florida' cow, and notwithstanding quest. The priest said that the sly old 52 STjiM. r. ''t'<2I";_j of :r":1.: ; 'Ci.. 'I:!'"-I ti'. .,'' -.J'I;,:.;;, :: 'g,,:(1",U.f.:1 .. .. .::. ,
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the fact'that thousands of man had been one of his most devoted f. : '; 'r.I : do u: -o l..iHi

A .weet' orange that weighed invalids to this State followers, and as he was a person of considerable by th- hRl'11. ''*-'':o\".:,-..' ..'...' .'.1-....r..|.,..,>r. .'i 1'. ,t .," ... ''. i,.. .'-." .', -.'. 1 \ v:11 al 1'. f IiavH We warrant each and every tree to be of the variety, and kindyou' order a, wer :
come : .
every .tnI : r : .
: 1 > a special contiactviih
t.rink.d'r'Hlll 'i.-i y. the
ii
Wf ,. .... : Lln.\.d"IUu- nursery reorder of, to that effect and
and .
was incasetbjfc
twentytwb a }; 'ka lti-oi.lv t. .
ounces. importance in wherehe .1 \! we- "> .4 ... ,
i-i ;t vj t- 1
the death rate is shown to be agpoor -. b.-. . .5' u .. rn. n' '.>.ot iiew!ulo. variety i is not as ordered, we will either refund the :CJ. "
pulled from a tree at LaCrosse one year, had many relatives, an account of his WA cnhf ra.,'tt tl.13! .::. ".r--.. .:","", :.;'. .' ':>' '.. .. { ....:s ._ .',.;;., -".. ...11..i.:..1. ::... ',1. .) l.otll... trees 1II8te d. :itioney paid, or furnish otfer-. ;
than in other State in the :" ''P f' | .
lower p
any death was to be published in the native 'Ha !%,: : C.-.J ...'. :-I.:1 l I...1. ...'?- i J.i i... .". .- ,t".. ";"n We have made "*' '
$%y last week. Union. cx1ii- .II.'t'i'.. .1 .,: : .t'. : ,h.:.i'. .,:. : ..:t'3: ;, ',: !:;.l.r,. .: ,r' J Jf arrangements with large nurserynen to establish as early a*
language. The visit was made us at an >- 1M| 'J'\'I" .1" i'': 'Ut' ... .-. . : possible, a braiiUi nursery near Starke therefore
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:\ I.- : .f '.i" v ''i ( I.; I'F.l'.rlilNtilKT \ we guarantee all as stated above
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to.
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or Cl ; :'l 'itt'.tt .
\l..r be
Several timber ynd.icate owning early hour in the morning, while everything T < ': ; '.xiII1' ./; .";'. reliable is tmr future prospe.-ts are entirely dependent upon our rel--*-""
-t The delightful spring-like weatheris !. furnishing the exat thing ordered. .{,#. t t
around loose and .
the
lands near Milton, are"making aeffort was lying ) c. :.} 'J':4: '". I'':\ .VCii i'i D.'r"!. Tills .
railroad causing vegetation to l put out new two men had scarcely left the house .'lth.'r'" :t'.: ..,' .", '. f .. -
build a connecting .s : : 1':: :; iI. ; .L'; < .i ; j' '.! .TU.t." I. '
S.F.
to c 1 GARDINER
tig when missed tile field ('X'I.tto, I. .."t t" p ."d'd t "!"."'L4. '., !._ .. ... & Co
1"tl
.. ":Miltoh with'Brenton. growth. Many peach, orange wo glasses, a Wli)' t', ,...." "\I: !J.i ...H.. '. '_ : .tl.Io; .t '.. J..cr"u".. in. a ,,
cherry plum and other fruit trees pocket compass, a pair of shoes and twoor Stai-ke
.
iiijo,: '.. I; .lnn' '. ''d c.j'r 1'. j b.- j\' Fr'-D ;.
in attractive three other articles. A native detective : : 's ; ,. .
blossom
nume'rous Kaki presenting an
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The. or Japan arc : .
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;:Y": .t"r.'p.l." -..:'! : ::1';" z:.1 : I !I. !I'; J' :'
assured us that the priest and ... .. ., I : .t r.t has r"'r
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plum trees in the city arc heavily app earaice.Palatka Herald url': : .1 : :.. _. 1'1. t:. : .. ; i..u, .1 r .J" ", 01; !:l' ,. i..utt (hO tli.1.It
know lal tL1. 'All
scribe were two notorious thieves, who I I'- : 1 "ToO:' : : _

(ade'n, with' fruit as l large as birds' Jan. 17. had come in that disguise to get even -'I::ssrtitf>:-; .-"; .J.J. :?, =r'";"',.i':::'" .G ; ,uc1 T I.'\.-! 'L T T-d.;/ Txvoofvjilirsth ,I .: J.t

fgg--12-l1abultean,.. with us. th'ce ra', 'I" : 't"-II1": .I ,. .. UOJO3 b*t. .
Jas. Evans handed lime : : 'h' .
Maj. us a ; "n: : it1'.rl"t' 1I1D-ib
lh"'u'! ') L':' .II': r.'L"...', li. .. l. P'... .. !h'E'' :5' C2 '. ,.
LQW
Tl b. famous. : \ the other day that \weighed within I: was bitten by a poisonous snake at '. :. : :.j WTKIKL .10
ulm.o"angl Bengalore, and for several weeks was v-I :'t'';ii\xlU'C 'lov/'AV'i'.cn.\\! hand --' W :.
Sf9.ve on Indian i iv rwa3: sold fraction of an ounce of half a unable leave bed. While Wha'll( \ \ '1 ',... 'J".. '", }. .. .. .. ) .
to : '
my out of : ; :' I. 't.: ': : .. : i. ".j' i' '. .
'a II" n
$34 tq"the Florida ;!. Has in this broad 141K\ul the" ':I. (1..i .' I : :.: t h "'T'1'; .' h ." .,. :: "
? iantl'. (or 000.. pou anyone danger after the first two or three days, the e,;t.t :..l.L.....: ". ...: .,,0 oj ,1)1.1 .,(:......". "P', \ 1 c'::tt .1. '1':..lit.ill.1 r .
o.Mtib9UrflT w land an'thiug in the shape of limes of tho V "* j
W g. circulated *
\ enough poison throughmy i V
that,can with; tUjs?-Fort system to keep me weak and fevtrishfor Df"I;. -\ti.u::: ;..ic .Ljjir-c i : ,,.ioj;.t-v.T..L.[ ,. .:: l' ivicCARTiiv.. '. AI"
compare .tiverr21:7.it;, .1 .u -. ,.r .... ,. '
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T 'Mr. J. :I.. Cutler ha,4 L book bqund My ere Press. a long time. While lying on my bed mkar. the"Lh'I'L"!, : ; '; : .,;..w' ld,i:' ;:_' :" ; t.n.. '1"'.j'( atjai1"I t''r'J.at t c ziwr' p11 11 D. Guo"s'stert .
..- \9. prder"w rkttaaVft skii.: It on my right side I could look out on an potl'utotcrl''J.-I:1u.I.I : t =.\.\ :. .. "- : rx \ '

makes abeutifth t and nobby bO?.k.- lik i naval oranges,. gathered' from extensive back yard. Thero was a path Tin I *. Ly of t Lyoiv:;; lySiV.E. P.iLv.Ep.'fcnronY- -.I

fort Mycre'f egg th Slype grove and sent to the Sub- running down to a summer house, and of Thi"clcnt"1,1'it J..t .!I'",.'.'.- .1 I :'.r--i"';. 1.). t..:.,.:.f,.f't.i., j..1.;' .' .1.:.:."..:,.'.:" 1'.,.', rn.tt'the rici. j' .:
Tropica1' weighed nine pounds and I beyond the summer house was a thick t ottl1el1r.IlIl'p..r.j..I .,.. .. J'. ";!':.;.r'. 1'c.' .a"c' l' 1 tLe 'f: queena ...
The. Mouat Dora Qazette Bays the and a ravine. Midway between the BUh141c $TA1KE j ;1 ;
twelve Of selected ) l .
is'the ounces. tyro and n : :p nt.crf1by; D.\\"o CIIRICTIE Ie A. .
the .
bungalow house and off
South PloriaCbsutauqua summer ,
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and the : L 17' 1. 1' .
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grandest thing. eY,- .inaugurated in one weighed twenty-seven to the left of the path, were tho stables. tltt1.a"'Il, 111'01' U- 1.1.. I_.; 11 ." r..] 1.11"1.: L. 1.1;\s.. I ):...r'. .. l':'.'."P1.1 :,f .. '- othf r twenty-eight onllces.Ora.ngcCitf One forenoon, I out this a. '
as lay looking on ;
'f.L.
\hat.. part othe. .... i. Times. yard. I saw an almost naked native come '1'l'he Tj .1: .. /' "J".-I'ITV" ; ?.( L.-QiKiriLs} DICKONS.Cit .. Quxtsfit' mlt:

It is eaid'th t-th of the out of the thicket, glide tho path and \hi; !Vu'., f-: .... ", ..j i'"r'b": ,:",,, :z.."; ; tnq tj ( its
$manager Suniter has five hundred up oj r&. H.I I' .. .. ': ... '. .. ...',. .l 1H.I.h.tl..il1.rep"innable.,,..,. :
I. ) u. I 1:: I:''
5once de LeoB] [his atreadj. instructed county turn into the stables. I knew from his V.)iJ"1II."I. : : ..It ', ;" !I :. :,:. 1 .'>t' .'.' l' : ItIII.::I.":'IId Dlil.th'l'ro ,
and seventy square miles of territory actions that he was a thief, but the hand II .. .. .
hi* agcnj jin tfar(York. ;Jo. >ii,!' p.yS .. ::i2qhi::.nc. eib7'A, S. <
engage >
and only six practicing physi bell had been accidentally removed beyond happilYt"IIf.tr .... .. Jr.- 1"
no more rooms V,.... !. ,. "j!. .i-! ,! r v-.-'IJj. ht :r -.t :.f ,. :t''r:::;. An iw ,nlona TTMte 2ootls .
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cians. They are all poor in purse my reach, and I could not call of I'l..t."X..l.TI..w c. most IUkr.6'h'C: ::.11'.t. .I.:I y;'!".It'lI'...f.;,!J pi.i t th..'..::..t11t': -tr;"i.,:.:i.l.Kl.jl J: "ct1d!. All in lil. oneSwoel Lncefi$ MillisGENTS ..:
hope tdle: dials of the and growing every day. loud enough in my weak state to give an 0-
We poorer
: is True: I i "
LOTO
lv the .
alarm. There DUCHESS.
three
were servants at the ; : A s'r .
\own clock UltiminaUn at, 'i night as Caw any other county in the South stables, but it turned out that they were touch IK Ft goon, as the gas works are.: in woik9rder. toe this sanitary line?-Times. gambling and deeply interested. The BituaUou awl c:-i.-ter. A .i"'o's i n-U plonksu.i A.,.w. I ..."o. I a.u..iv htrrajnitVtoiwlfc : AND 'SHOESAjjf c t

\ng GlnesYyie Advocate.. thief entered the buildings nnd stole two The Kaillt"Ml Jlo !f.Hhy SIR: E: BUL\VER\ FINE '
The St. Andrews .anal schemeis CLOTHING. :
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Bay !'rrnY. Th:"i\"01JP ti"'t !''. C"OfMt ,:.., ,,' : : |
suits of clothing and some horse 'J c. iie l hJf i'Y: tthi strka Weird and
?( into be successful goods, tiI1in. hro"1'l"tt. 1.\c. L..I' ; ..: .t \ i"l .. .1""" 'L 1. ".t. >!
-4 Bill 'likely to to a '
pushed
r. Idling brought ,mar- : : .
and
went lack down the
path with the : :: : .
S :et last ck 200 kniB h. fQr cO. lplelion. A Northern company bundle on his back. DrI.)1'lcH'll1" ,i.; by (' 11\.'. 1-.c.P.:...,.. One of I_ .
1rhi h.tuc.r4l I..ivedr.5 Tb to construct the canal Smiles kk1's crj.::'f..t. 0'1.1 I :'" t", ,.1' f'UVl'ficf ;q- -t.. 1-'RVrschnr.t : : j
lsfa proposes The captain was raving the ce. .1111 'L ." a' ":.1"11' I.) .;.::1 Cwl'\l. :\. .... r r./lItnhll".IRlII'ha. .
over "
ri c" 1'L""O' .
1' "i'
angry Uk"i.itdiy t.)W"."re c" .ti"a.Oi'i ".ijui.ry. and all ioytri ,
good ai'So.r (i/Wes{ ienc: ; with 25 feet of water, for loss, as he had been bothered a great deal I 'I .

(rat.. "-: .',.. $8,000. Cheap enough. We extendour with thieves, and after dinner we had a Ilrr. Wedding Ioru\ ;' by BrInn.\.l\L CLAY. SANDERS\ I & tlARDELL l t I : -

.The. unloading of mains'over' congratulations. DeFuuiak, consultation. Ho went to a friend and Enlists A vrv".trn\anuVst\:.i'.u..jL"l"f", i al,r.'tc rcO'*.tt.t',;.1t"'.'1n.tt'irg." t')>':.'"\uL.,, ';':i>"rVl"Rtlonq. nd.t.nliWBamHWL.a. i.'
gas borrowed stool which ,
Critic.i a trap had once .
the'cijy is. be ng vigorously, .pushed, been set for and captured a tiger. It was ,Jack'{ of All Tradps;; by Cn.\RLES READE. The" .. ) -:

ijhe work pf putting them in' will The fall of a hanging lamp in larger than tho bear traps seen in this 3,N'U t'iCiiItiIfl.1!? :} m"of.rn Lurot artisan and"Anieiica h>11du't anti sfIl-k tin*iI.""untf iii' alwuhn"'rlai tr->l1l>. l'nl of I kf poni'nl cXr| of a MtnationB.COlOssal elephant frany ind.. I'xaotioiTin .' i

(ollpw 1. atonoe.-Gaiqejville Advocate.. the parlor) Walter Crit_ cll's house cquntry, requiring tho services of twc 38 OTiir.K nooKs UURIXR TIU: YE.TO COMPLETE TIlE 52.
men and lever to set it. The stabla
*'> > "* > vY. a
G.L LLOI& h.a8'.' purchased"several j ftVDeLand the other caused men were sent errands and w TE Hooks will Bond the TWik alone maiVxl. to anv at1 tri' ". t""t a. at the following rrloet 5% Smith and Sheet
for
: day: a away on rnnnths "1.25-on.: a wei4 for one year; or aft Hooks for S.1.0t-a week fornnre Iron 1))

stands pf bees and i. Italianiziughf loss of $100.. Miss Mary Coffin, with assisted by a corporal from the barracks, -one a' or,'i'i.orthr'-e* UOO1k.month for J": (tr-i-i-iim-oni-o.Rooks week for 25 for CIMIU-OIIU nit months;a or wPt.k 13 for Hooks two months for 40 tent or Worker,

\ m, with the intention of, starting of mind the captain set the trap in.the center of my Book.date.for*I. &ntts Wf'-k crllte.ilr AdtIa TW' mouth.all orders I'nh&*. to theso lloota may. bla. '
great presence extinguished the between the summer house and I Staxke
au, aptarV onh. bay.rrCbarlotteBeacon. P1a. :
t! Beacon.Ther tb. flames wiih a heavy cloak, andth'e the stable. An excavation was made to For only $1.20 Cash, wrwill I send you The TELEGRAPH I .''. '.
sink it out of and then
sight, dirt and LOCATED in Starke in .bricIf
when all the
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danger was over btilding
leaves were scattered over the spot. Tho E. I solicit form6r1y occupied bX' '
respectfully work
ntiment. s unquestionably the tax a. decided and gently fainted away.A captain's family was away and the stable and Twenty papers .of A. B. Cleveland: seed wojthONE\ rounding county.! All work warranted In rpy c.harges line finn-moderate.tie clti enl of the towi and'111";
\ among payers Roofing Gutters .
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men never went beyond their quar- / Leadersrr 1\ 1recIalty. .
: citizens of:Tampa i favor, .of bondyvg Cincinnati young man who was ters.. IlL anybody fell into the trap it ALL ORDERS

the city for pubti. improve- peeking oranges at Arcadia recently would be"some native who had no business DOLLAR. The seeds nre a gift and cost yojrnothing bit the PROMPTLY FILLED. 'T

ruents.-rJournal. in tho grounds. Tho loss of tho ,
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t s ** took a walk through tho woods. lIes f

I t. is expecttM l.and! of course all of "'.. a pretty little animal near the. police stable goods and'the had thief not been was reported net aLmued.to the postage and packing. This i( \ in offer and iI1]] well '1', _

pur citizens will give the right 'ofay path that seemed strangely tame, ; He might not make another visIt to the i THE IJOU. MEN'S -,
place, but it ho would. There I
; was nopttl
? to assist inbuilding. raLlrQadfroth
\ a worth *
the Stale line to Monticello.- and he attemped to pick it up. That was*stout chain attached to tho trap, you attention.. DONGOLA KID A. L. Von IfJiRN I
Fin .
co2I8tithAio& young man's knowledge] of natural and this led to a small tree and l was made ." L Calf AlIigst.r.S11OES.5O.

fast with,a padlock. .
history is now greater than it ever It.was nearly a week before anything Don't fail Jo read fl'her.. For ONE Kagroo Fnnd Sewe'\ .

More lives were lost in the West .as before. onusual occurred, A bell had been fixed ,. Ladies WhO nave beenwearing BOOT
and Northwest dnring.thc I last blizzard in" the housekeeper's room, with cord j AND SHOE STORE
a .
J4 d.. Shoes made to order $ ".
.1V.. S. WEBU has been aD > .
than have died in the whole J spending: running' .to. the head of my bed, and it DOLLAR and.thirty s. we will send .f'

South during'the"past' six. months. spme> time Washington with his was arranged that when I gave a certain I Shoes, .and desiring Also Complete Line or... flI
signal fun ,
was to fa the kitchen ami I
"Florida on wheels and j Economy, Style and
Tampa Tribune J
reports STARKE
send a native after the.:captain p1'\'itl- | THE TELpGEAPI ne and a : '.
year Comfort should : 1. '
from these States that he had. creatednot ing that he was not at home That sig-1 t try a Worne.llisses.
,
The Ponce de Leon, the greatest only a great sensation but a vcrv nat would mean game& fautho trap. If i( pair of this Celebrated uojrs up ''

hoteJ. i( the.world, has been formally any onb "came,.at night, all the people ofsul'f HINE r CHILDREN line of ShoeSw Ladif-i J'
,warm interest in copy
''l ppen.ed, *hd the Sub-Tropical is in a State which can would bo. at !home, and could do as directed I French l Kd fcJhoi sltco. FLORIDA. Children Sboes, COllli up,

fall blast. Now Jet. Florida bojin.Pa&atka )produce, i in mid-winter such a displayof b the captain. I could not kave M' rfc/ '. .

fruits flowers my room, and must certainly bo a good i OFFICE. ; them:
.- News. and vegetable sentinel if \\ake. If asleep, any noise I sample can bfeJsjBen at ur: .. -

Prominent statesmen, members of lout of the routine would arouse me. The ; 1aster f"

t .(;tuc.; VCOR in, tni ; vicinity are : Congre c,. heads of the several de captain diil not come home, after leaving I \Ve have al"o made arrangementami h ', \ 'lie. ftUowmgag. zne.3 :
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w ripening t a of fruiplndianr iu the morning, until 1 o'clock, We had t ; M.L'Engle.
4' 4wa. crop Jartrnl'ntn,1 the ) l'sidl'ntnd I begun to despair of luck, in trapping a Pl1)CFS} at the following.Tate$. i W. A. r.I .

At'J; Mr*. Cleveland! : have'l ltl'd the ear, thief, when one morning about-"'10 (iODEY'S 3IONTIllSf:$2.00 /'o'nly 42.50 :

I :.11 i all have been surprised and] j I o'clock, just after I had opened my eyes DEMORESTS[ MONTHLY.<*= 'tIlE'). L ..I.d'-L .2.50. :ate ganfc of Whu'ittn' .

from a nap lasting }half an hour,'{ saw 'w I- ., "
Hk / :gratified at the wonderful display.: the head of a native as he peered from FLORIDA AGRICULTURALIST;, -.loth together $:50 HENRY A. L'ENGLE Manager.

It'onl,1, seem that 'Florida onVhisels" behind the summer house. It was a' 5 w. N. BAKER CaeJ'
thief spying out the land. I got hold of ; FLORIDA DISPATCH $2.00 toll, loyeil.tr_ only .50"' ,
I ,\ is one of the most effective i: tlw 111 coi J. but waited] to sea what tho S 'I f.lfSONVILLE
FARMER AND FUUIT GROWER :.Oll' together 2.25 FLA.I .
fellow
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\ minutes ho flopped out in full I .-'-'---'-'.-'. __ _..j
jhus fur received. Wu sight, and MAYFLOWER $1.00 V l jllth toother $1.50 -- -S,
hope to \VJj DO A
GENERAL
>. kir was quite eure-_he was the. ..same. who I3.NKING IlUSI ESS. DO1TS RECKTVID. roLL K(1I'I. .
;: further favorable reports. Address all orders to this Office MADE TA USUAL RATES OF KICHAKOE. .

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connects- with the --- of-. !India. came l; n'. no ono roiiuy cp mejmli .' = ,, ''''. u'- E'E'E.A.T. 'L ;:. -j T .. -, 0I 1
"
as if bent on an errand, and walked .
made vi.sitto 11I
flying .
remaps the best way would have bce (Erectly over tha I was astonished YA.L .
antI he was .
week :u -- A
: he to give in and employ a cliowkadar, but J that 1 forgot to ring until he. had : : REGULAR -i,i
is that j
suspected. wo verb both etenuincd .not to be .bulldozed -\ turned'into tho stables. .'
into it.: All portable articles not in The housekeeper had gone to the Tt '

hourly use were; 'put.into"a strong wooden' kitchen and was wrangling with the ,. ; HARNESS SHOP
-
the .
has into fish ,
gone chest and kept under lock and key,-and cook. and so my signal was_ unheard. i .. '
j ; He dries the fish and both cf. u9' were ori the watch for any The fellow was out of ,my sight seven,or i .

: la Chinese, and ships new n >vement. A couple of weeks had eight minutes, and when he reappearedhe .r'f Where Horsemen will find a well selected Aock of -

in New York.! : passed; and we were beginning to feel had. a sack of horse feed on his shoul: -'
nafe. when the fellows attempted a very ders. He had caught the stable men 0 1 Harness Saddles Bridles Collars

bold game. A juggler came to tho veranda napping again. '1 rang and rang, but no : Halters'hilg Lashes

} received this and began to perform and we .one came.' 'Ho wtnt downthe path Pot t' Brushes

father in Amsterdam both went out. While the room was left over and seeming to glidebut as he ;.r1 1Combs Blankets Spurs :&e
reached the dirt and leaves flew .! ". &e.
alone the thieves-there were thr e'of the trap 3
) for $400 as a pres- them-carne through tho garden alongside in a shower, the fellow seemed to spring ..14.; 'f. :" .

little granddaughter: : the house and cut aholo through tho into the air; and next instant I saw that AT REASONABLE; PRICES.All

.-rTampa Journal. side EXaCtly back of the chest. The captain -' he was fast in the jaws. He pitched '.. .
J happened to look in just the box forward and I could see his right ankle ,
of Sunday l ha-e held in the vise. He goods warranted to be as represented. 1 I .
was l>being moved and with a couple of was quickly scram- G .
!! }) i causing many leading bounds ho crossed tho room and seized bled up, however, looked sharply round Repainng and Oiling promptly done.

) but it is better for. one of the handles. I could not realize him, and then uttered a low"whistle.. Inside I' .. .
: down than for Sunday the situation until the thieves had pulled of thirty seconds four natives came ;2q-. -

1 V a shadow. tho chest hah way out, and by the time from tho thicket to assist him. The trap Examine My Stock. .Compare Prices. ., tt
I ; .
puzzled them. If they had ever seen .
l I had got around the bungalow they had 'J- ,
i : coveted disappeared. ,How could have located one before, they did not know how to
trees are they -
!! : \ manage the epi*ngs. The 'prisoner must D. Newingkam Call St. $taajka Ela.
) that can !be seen th( chest so exactly was'a mysteryto POWDERAbsolutely .. ,
it had been moved several'feet shave been in terrible agony for the teeth I ..# .
us. as &
I branch. .In ; Jav.fc.V
i every only the night before. They cut neither went to the.bone on each, side of his leg; ._. r". *

trees will be white to the right nor the left, but exactly back: but he never brought X groan. While the l Pure.. I .-. -_ "

: Oviedo Chrcnicle. of it; and the space was only an" inch five were consulting I rang again, and .r' 4.

all agents,that the busi mill wider The than nest the move ch created st. a sensation in for this the time captain.the housekeeper Long enough came before and sent became of More This purity powder economical strength n"ver and than varies.A wh'eleaomeness the ordinary iparve New and Valuable Nurs yltd S o f

say the affair was ended. When theme
Bombay. Opposite bungalow, which kinds, and t-annot be sold in competitionwith
: brisk at present! was on a side street; was one belongingto found they could not liberate the the multitude of low test, shori -- _
continue lively all a native-a known thief." The fraternity prisoner they designed to cut his leg off weight alum o: phosphate powders, -Sea. .
,-Tampa Jour had somehow got the' idea that we above the trap. He refused to agree, ta Sold only in cans. Hoval Baking Powder We present to you a list of valuable fruits which are fndia nfll'JiifcrTCrjftrmer : -.,
Co., JOe Wail-st., X Y. 4 who wishes to add to the value of and
it would doubtless have been the death I beautify his horns. ,
had a great pile of money hidden in our of him. They had nothing with whichto April 17. '8rt.Pala'ka Farmers can, with a very small amount of money and labor. add: CMCferal*: : Jum-" 1
bungalow, and that the captain was I tired per cent to the value) of th.ir property and the.happlnes and.comQfthstn .'
r)' made five bar making gold nuggets by the wholesale. break j the chain or lock, and, doubtless has undoubtedly, the largest homes and family by embracing the opportunity here offered ofobtalniritfaj a Mtaal] J

He" was as I said experimenting with a i fearing that the prisoner would cost the new and leading varieties of fruits suited to vlz .....
sugar cane grown the lady in the State-her weight is only 50 .. thiswection, : 'f.tt: W5 t1l .
the four
new explosive: and this probably started L peach on gang, l ---. I-.
an acrecovv penned lunge41 -
Xews. When she is weighed -
their knives into him and pounds.
ran -
tho idea. The explosive was either dyna- .f.Eto 11 fa.t high.: .f"
:: had enough peed cane the time the captain got home the man she will not bo found wanting. Our FOMKGRAJTATia. :: t"-/dd
.
mite or something very near it. One Lecoute........ 1 t.arge8w.-et....... ....... t .
one acr .-Arca i\11. : was dead.--New York Sun. Starke little but-O Bartlett .......... J5..a j
day after the captain had been fussing girls are my.FAN"S' VS5 cents each $20 100 BlOod Red.. .. ... L _
Keiffer.......... j T'.. : ,
papers report the around in the front yard for half an y .rMi" Osbtirn's Summer.... .......30 cents each ::
hour, and while I was reading on the 5 1 Large Japan... ...... ...SOcentseaeh 1
& Co. -_ _----C_ _-, .
: pendez .
'h Dwarf, satije price UT'LBERRIES
standards ,
veranda, there was a terriblo explosion.. as or seedlings "
r.er Who\ recently It seemed as if our house was lifted a ; ;

factory to.Tampa, at foot high, find everything inside was BAZAAR it I Re ite."erypr''W1c.EvertJe4ml.. :.:t::: :::: UCea.T., > .

when in full blast.. thrown into confusion as it settled back.It I 01) u : PEACHES i to 5 feet high. t

was an explosion which was felt for Alexauiler Peentoandilony--------.... 1 NUTS. :
(
very early)
half a milo around, and when we got Hales Early... .... .. I I. English Walnut.Chines ../. -.. .....1 'J
y; Mr. \V. II. II. Folk, out doors we found a hole in our front :. O. BUILDING. Pallas(seedling of Honey) r20cts.each$1Jl00 ** ........._. I <
!! 151oo.l. .... .. .,.....: | ED I I'hCh.. tlUts... ..
r,killed a seven yard into which a couple of bullocks .. Uoldea Yellow... ... j Japan ..........u -' ;.
which netted could have been dumped. That wasn't _-4--$4--I : ; a. paJlISh'* .. ...i.... J '
one :_ .
: .
all however. .-_- Pecans..................". ,
pounds, raised A big ditch had been Aliuonds, Soft she..!....... .._... '"( 25C.D1iIII&, '-.- -. .
opened straight across the street to the IDIE.A.IILIEIIRS PLUMS, i to 3 feet high. ; -.r tr.
North Gainesville.
other bungalow, and the bruised and WiM Gose. .... ... ..... ..20l-ent3each _. -
alli battered bodies of three natives were SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS, AGENTSxthil Prunus Pa,"arlii Ir..Ueaf- .. GRAPES. 't '
wants
an Japan 3ettkr4evcrgreen I ) ,. ..50 *. .
in thrown out within thirty feet of the big Kelxjy Jat .. ... ... Scuppernong .j ,
>an
zoological garden ,. -years IK) Black Eajlld l : :1 :"V f
+
hole. It took little time to 11' .. 2aDa. ea-.
that will measure us some figureout : .. "Yl"t""Y'r. ; .- 1 ..35: Or any var ietf..f'T|
what had occurred. The sly old man : ; .
in length. He will and his pals had dug a tunnel from the SEA-SIDE LlBRAI1YAD FIXE (CIGARS.. 1 -

a spe imen. native bungalow to within three feet of J.\P.\'i PERSIMMON cue year. 'EI'iO oc Melon Shrub..

ours. It was intended to pass around -- SfedlesjH ........... J A i brought in the house and break inside Among-, extra I'lf'JOe. 5-IOceiit each kt't fruits ...............50
there CtD
ground SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED FOR ANY PAPER OR .MAGAZINE. Orders Ziugi. sugar sweet and rich.:::. J : ;_ _.. _'.. ij
his
can i raised on being no floors in our place. Tho explosion \
J solicited and prompt attention given to same. -
,
creek. One stalk which took place in an iron j .4 '*
:, FIOS.4 ..
STAUKE Fla.. January 13, 1}:88. 79 12m -
and had thirty kettle, was almost over the tunnel, and APPLES. 4 to 0 feet '
long
higt.
White Marse lM... .. ...1 ", .
the force was mainly downward. The ------- - Brown Turk. ... .........
joints. This is not Red Asrracliaa.-..... ...,. 1 / f ... '
concussion followed along the ditch and .Alexander! ..... .......... >25centseach. Black.' (0 c ntaORAXOES. 1
\ .-" Arcadian.- blew the roof off tho native bungalow.The To; ALL HEW SUBSCRIBERS AND TO ALL OLD SUBSCRIBERS Crab.......... ... ....... Green.V-----J. ; I &..J _:
thieves were either creeping forwardor S t" .
l of cedar. pencil *- \
\ \ backward in the tunnel, and death :
arriving by AVlio renew *Subscription to the APRICOTS. S '
came to them so quickly that.they never. ... ....... Steeling, 'ed... ...10 to Scnt*. jmaii' 1 t.
'
sticks (containing F..1ryUnklp.n .
knew what hurt them. .. ., ..... :... ....perl00speci&lrat.
i STARKE TELEGRAPH Re feet each) now lie at Next morning a native priest, accompanied Russian .... .. ... ) Ta Rerine ... ... ..... ) .
drayed to the mill. by a scribe, called upon us to -- )Ian lf'rine.... ....... "__, >IO-centt. ..k. '.

View. captain secure our had account explained of the matters affair.to The the paying will Ftnrt$our 1.tO) paper in MX.advance inontusanilO we OC DnnVCoiie a week lor 26 weeks. '.' C'hlllo'sc Orang:...S".........QUrXCES.. .. .. 1 123 .. ] Buds-el"rm'u1t.Mediterranean_ svfeet... and...othars...:.:t)}l5cea.-c'I. .._.'. : "

infectious or other authorities, and there had been no in To-all Who pay 1.IJ)ia all\3nee.0 will. inl our pa|>er f'>r one year abylh" d -\ ... ::" ::::::-.....:. J cents each All as ** .I.Jppk

l: f i cow, and notwith quest. The priest said that the sly old 31 Ff1 STA@Jitt -''. ""' ':- r. : c__ --i" ', i ?".4-4' -I ii'.-' .,:_'q-,i), ":\ PH n. .f"'vl;'Ir;"I warranted i perQrdr.' '. % E EVe '
that thousands of man had been one of hii most devoted '. : !a 'r.ld .: .." .. ,. _... h

to this State followers, and as he was a person of considerable b'r., .. ; .-i .-. ..: -i I. .-. .' "'. \ \\n:1,. 1 warrant eacl. and every tree to be of the variutv, and kindyou' order
every !.rintofr111I -rh. a: -' : .. r..... i -ui-i >y .. f. . !." .. ..,-... Iiuvo a pet.lal.t. with a? WtIr"
the
is shown be importance in Kagpoor, wherehe fnr.12 we.k4. Tt I" only t. ". 't'.Ia iviH. -' f-.u '. .1.1"'t.' c ?..: '''I ubUxhwl. nursery we order of to that effect, and in ca.. .
rate to "; nC'Ih.
other State in the bad many relatives, an account of his scrtw'th.t WI'11:3': '*tt.3! L..* .f't.-. .;. ,_ ,;'. .. -J. ':, -..*' -/ ..i-.'>;. :s. ._',:i.-;?":. .\. : death be 1t.a vtLe-s.: t-... \-:1:( i :4( ..1. ; .. .. .. ... ." v. ".t. .P.rc'. ...
was to published in the native cxpiiv. 'lb.1.. .;. -> .. :s 1 .:--11.;? ; :r. "h 1 {:..-- .. r' r.." i-.t-11',, '.'.!..-. "_ u We have made arrangements with large nurseryman to establish -'
language. The visit was made us at an ..f i\>i.1'- .vt.' K": 0'; ''ii ::i\ : .-. .v. ".! ., 1.' i ,: -t possible, a branch nursery near Starke therefore as early aa.
early hour in the morning, while IJANtit KY o T: J.'l r.'K: VfSi:>C;-; '...">i.f rir.-: .. .r'i.. ; .-; :4 ..,:.: rxtr.r'.Ji.lij"I'om \ / v be reliable our future we gu-truntee" all as stated abort .
weather everything : proH|>e -t are entirely deper Me.nt upon our
spring-like was lying around loose, and the *.*. > and Jairr !\.' I byVHU.M Y''I' .. M furnishing. the examining ordered. : reliahlJtT, n *_ .t. .

p'j to put tig out new, two when men had missed scarcely the left tho house' "m'ithr's"""."1t.II.Ht--.v. .i-'i _'t-. -t,1:1'' ", .i'' d _'.., .;. H.'., -";_:_.... :. .:,..-. j': i ..i: .Ii.ii't"' : 1.1 S. F. *
peach, orange wo field glasses, a wtt' J.4z.k. c\t:. "";.' '.I'-._, 't' : '".t.gt_ i.vtiL.. 3j ....1 .'._. I..i-Lcroud. in- aS'.id GARDINER & CO,,
other fruit trees pocket compass, a pair of shoes and two : '

I presenting an at- or three other articles. A native detective J1Itt ;;. .'' 1'. '1nn'' ether T., rvss ; i bv. AI.FRJSD: ? S tarke Jf = .
.
Patatka Her assured us that the priest and TIoV""i..t"r.'I'.. .. .. ..,\ < .-:\;''," .. s'.i. _v '.?'! i.'c:. ,:1t:* t'tha"sr.". t.
: ce.- Furp--. I lmi. ,
( t -i :
h. < ..
scribe were two notorious thieves, who know l'uci.v-,-;.'... ..... -.. ;J.lt.: 1.- "r.,4; : : .i ilrotvt a KI! *',Ad (hU ca.iict. .
l -
{, had come in that disguise to get even I I-J-S: ri'l,'-/o'. Sirfn. "f'.:,].fSliv"tt; ? and LvrrTvoof' :.1ctt "

handed lime with us. ttiose ra". y >.". : s'.i ': t 4 ." '. S>. 'nLQW 't :
h'"n.
us a 111.4 ,
\weighed within I was bitten by a poisonous snake 11" 'lltt-"Ii"' > :_,:. II'i ; .- r.vu, ;,' ..'L.-; '.-.'i, iL r A. ,._ ;Jo; f.rWiihans .. i"i n-TrK-h aini.'. b?pll't' ; < : WTKQV-KP 1 .. .J t" .

I of half Bengalore, and for several weeks was I f >:: :Uk.T.jiUV1 io'.y'p\Vi--n.; Ahy andVhaMitV. -- :
ounce a ,
unable to leave my bed. "While out of \ : v ': -T-i- .. ', ":"."... :,.' I. l' '..-.- "-,. ; 1..*.) ..:'i'ot, ttiirffk ." ) 'S i.
; : \ in this broad a'x>nt th:''.4. i-.l I 1- i ': V.i'' I :-! ,5- > (
+ .I hwco' 1"I
after tho first .1.u. tu'lu-r. At wil!
danger two threo
or days, tl1eejb.,1.h I Ij-S.rcc-.. iij f_ .
u 5 .
( the shape of limes enough of tho poison circulated : : ._ S .Jt"

_ : I with. this?-Fort system to keep me weak and feverishfor throughmy 4""TSlis-.1,, t.,,;;::1---! .:An'. ".?-.ti,*$... "dc.;.j\yf 1I1-c.*;-.._ie T-- ;..':"r.'; 'T"C.':", .". :. : .AkT-th "iotDooin _'.- "I :
time. \
a long While lying on my bed 4.-! :: :?i : i.tj.Asf.'.,, r Palace.
Hi-Hi *.io nJalwaid"atTill Uo&ds
t. on my right side I could look out on an pot'l ot'otC'I.'J.-lJ.; .I. .t = n \ : ". ." UI. Dry 8.1.I .,. : :

gathered from extensive back There *. Lny I' : .
,. I yard. was a path ?:> LyonLySiK: ? L. F.tjLv.xa-fc\TTonThH -. .. -

? and sent to the Sub- running down to a summer house, and ufile\iiti ia tie< -... m! a .t i r. .
i r-i .
; d nine pounds and I beyond the summer house was a thick oftlicuraaiarp.tct .. -. .:, .-i.. i >4 u. -iL'sJ-f.ll:u 1": 'Jsu' > 'i-; -'Tr' .*': .i ,.' t:_" -Ucr-- The. qu ai "
and a ravine. Midway between the ,-
; Of" two selected, bungalow and tho summer house and off Mriw4T."Bultdxr\ = .I! ..273iUDrifterliy: ;o' by DA .TI* CHRISTIE $TA1KE1 If.fA.. 1. :
and the : !
l ounces.- \ -Orange to the left of the path, were tho stables. IIIrl tiluan'II"I''S a. 1.:..'i<,T--I u-:. t Lo1-. r1I./.M.t.J.... u I L.: .. :'.1. h.t1.-.-. -. g.\i f lL.i--'t: '.ht''','.. :'Pr'1.4.,l all11.Cll'! .:and K..ncc Butter fats .''a "..
I Ono forenoitti, as I lay looking out on this ') I '
'l' 4) .toqmtstit'
yard. I saw an almost naked native come The i i or PrkTV! ? ?;< ti" : fvQihi.L-:: ; DrcK.c. mn1 .
\ out of the thicket glide the and fib;;j is t'iP';''' -;. r. :> r1i"? ,. .,. '. n q f
< '
path
xij
has five hundred : up it1 r*. b;.! .. .! '.. ._ .". .. ;,. :: snicuri. ; ti"- :jiinaDia ( QO
> .i ..
-v
turn into the stables. I knew from his ,.):iu.>?ill''i'. : -. f .it '.1-! !! "!'::t-'It.i"ec v\> 1.44.i;: l--l..i\-i.'i a..i.j" '.iteiu* : t.iinti"j";:n-ilvlSam"Iu1 niirth-rro' .
miles of terri actions that he j'
: was a thief, but the hand c ] ', ;
; six practicing physi 1 bell had been accidentally removed beyond ('111I"c L,. / '_ 3..1.; ... .j' -)* i'i'VT'T_ -r_ ; RFADF A. ..- : ',.
: havi'Uy I'lotexci.iif: Ml ;tr.....\-,...'..*!!: .1'' r ''!11 rr'T't. ,. j i j"\ :r.-.,.:, 7 :. f '!.T ;< .:I. ..r:: ". An iiifc'eiilons TFJUtc J'
reach : .
: all poor in }purse my and I could not call of tiijinostiakr.iei'iiv' i..a'.:: I Si. .ii-i'a.i; lc './*..! i.i ,"orl: ] ,: .j. 1IJ"c.tytd: ;."." All in all. one GooISj LaceM. J
poorer every day. J loud enough in my weak state to give an >; rtjoi' th.-;:: : in.S'et ; .L-a.i.U.l. IUlisryn 0 _

in the South :alarm. There were three servants at the Is Trno! LOTO; 1 1'.s: the MDUCHESS." A J t .
; stables but it turned tonchTi;; stf>T r'i.:' .f.1; f'J ,.. GENT'S
out that e. f t Ldiir'
they were : rn B ; r"'l r -/ r T-1 if I AND .
'M tty ctrfies
.line?-Times. : situation awl cluimcter. Avoro .. i.i ., .. ., I of BOYS'HATSJ F
: gambling and deeply interested. Theh ": plc.t Ut;ii;i- > i < : l'j.a..l-'e stroi uitbtorina.Dr. BOOff AND .SHOESJAN.

.t 1+. ;,' o"t".l. ..h.. h".I,1:," .n..,,1 41 The lfn 11 nt.i1. IT.1'J1'1'. b.'r.. Ii_ 'Run'...
'U 6 Ab4 .v nnatassbo .1.1 eLVltUU ---- -- -- "' :>7' 'f .n A ; .LIULn.t'
tsay anai scheme I !..YTh; ,fq nile rit: "!..., ". rl'.t .. ; FINE CLOTHING! I.t
suits of and 'i CI it '1' 1 h
clothing some horse goods i' l i'.1y' t..hlst,1ries. Weirt an.!
tJJlm" 11"J ..
rolt .
: .
) ] shed to a successful L'tcI L.j" t. : :t \ :1.ol! :' ',;. !
and went back down the '
with
path the .
; ; Northern company bundle on his back. Iu-l(_ {>Id ; by Cn.v:.rs I'.f..'.'.. One of _-_. .__ .
; : the canal .8 p"kkt'll'S,, eM".t U'III :.w..t;4'-4a- "'!!.tt 11'ct "q': :- : 'l ;,,' n chan* '
J ',1 .' i, : f" !- r I'n.la1.1l'.lanjrb& 1
"
.
The .
,
UI"1 L1' t.> :1 .
? feet of water for captain was raving angry over the tak. ILludl.l't.,Ls.'re-.' tir't.' C \" irl c..1..uit.rr. I.t' i. .-'1).. :..";-fc-cM" >MOil L
loss as ho had been bothered a great deal \ .
.
enough. We extend with thieves and after dinner we hail a HIT Wedding Morn\ ? hv fllRTII: \.\. CLAY. S'AN"DERSC, ,, .'RDELLV-FJ\ I \ ;.

l Def uiak consultation. Ho went to a friend and EWiB-A very""sss.: %..lpt.JrTs "'*-a"ct d--.uc r\'cw s 1'1..11.;. ; ,th.; =..)h"L":'"::-!/ ;tU:1ti"ns!n<,'tinwa nmti ., .
; borrowed a steel trap which hal once .: i
\ been set for and captured a tiger. It wag .Jack of AH Trades; by CH \I LES READE. The -
"
a hanging lamp in larger than tho bear traps eeen in this .'
julvfuturi-ii of
lj as keeper a colosbal elephant
( country, requiring the services of twc 38 OTHER ;
Critqhell's house men and a lever to set it. The stabtomien BOOKS UCRIXfi Till: YKAK TO COMPLETE TIm 52. ., c4
I
other caused were sent "TE will "nt thl3 Too a1'1ne. rnail\l to anY a..Mrt'I'."t 'liit1. at the following jce& 52. Tin Smith
: a on errands and- Hook
: day, away months f.r S I.2-on.' a w ek for on. yf'ur: or at nook.for S t.Ofon"a week tormu" and Sheet Iron
? Mary Coffin, with assisted by a corporal from the barracks I -one a;we..k or f-lr n n..k"thrf'6 month.for 7(: "f"Is.nhl nook"- n. a week fur 2j for l."t.U"ai't 'IIOltl1.or! Ii wPt'k 13 for Hooks two months for 40 e Worker t
the Hook.
for I. ; DJ ,
i captain set the trap in the center of my tt1te. iuale) I"-on{'opiclI >'i week fur OTW IIltuth. nrn..cnrtions. to iheeu lJooks may. eIPa
mind, extinguished the patK'betweeu the summer house and Ct'llt.- AdJ."tc all orders t'J Staike

\ a heavy cloak, and the sink stable.it out, of An sight excavation, and then was dirt made and to For only $1.20 Cash, lCclpill send you The TELEGRAPHand F -. Fla i --

danger was over, RrH.VIG LOCATED in Starke, in the brick building .
leaves scattered
were over the spot. The E. I formerly occupied bX''c
Wyman
captain's family was .away and the stable Twenty papers .of A. B. Cleveland' : seed worth \ONE rounding cou.ntj'11, respectfully work solicit warranted work in IDY line froi tie citizens of the towa and.R":
Charges ioderate.
men" never went U'youd their quar- Leaders 1\ 1recialtv. ; Roofing Gutters ai
: young man who was teps. .anybody fell into the trap it
\ at Arcadia recently would be" some native who had no Lu>i- DOLLAR. The seeds ire a gift and cost you nothing but the ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.

} tho woods. lIe n ss in the grounds. Tho loss of the ,-' ?.!!

stable goods had not been reported to tho postage and packing. This i \ [line and iswell '_: -
animal near the police and'the thief was nvt alarmed. I $( offer \\ -

strangely l tame He might not make another visit to the THE BIJOU
I II
i place! but it was nopwl he would. There I MEN'SIJONGOLA
\\worth attention.
to pick) it up. That wus*stout chain attacluxl to the trap, you KID A. L.
Von KERN
: of natural and this led to a small tree. and was made I t1 v FIQ. Calf Alligator.ShOES .
fast with a padlock.
greater than it ever Jt.was 'nearly a week before anything I Don't fail to read fr -flier. For ONE I $ .50. Cagroo. Fnnd Scwe'""*.

unusual occurred, A b.-ll had been fixed Ladies wuo nave been
l -- in the housekeeper's room, with a cord BOOT AND HOE STORE
Shoes made order
.has be'n spending running" 'to the head of uiy bed, and it DOLLAR and.thirty :s. we will send wearing $4 and $>| : to J5-MV

: with his W"arranged that when I gave certain .. Shoes, and desiring) ;
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I signal bIle.'M toYun'to tho kitchen andsend 2 Also Complete Line or..BWomes .

hecl$, and reports a native after the.captain. pioviil- THE TEL G RAPr\\ ne and Economy, frtyle and STARRED :

that he had.: created I I ing that he was iiot at home. That signal t year aCHILDREN! Comfort. should try a : Misses. ,
J3oys up
: sensation but a would mean gam& in the trap.. If pair of this Celebrated -

: ; very any onto'came at night, all tho people : copy of S U1HINE r line of Shoes LadiesFrench .
: a State which can would bo at Iome, and could do as directed j Kd : FLORIDA. Children Shoes.i COllle up.
ho
sueh a display by the captain. I could !t leave j I. l' ': '. l s

my room, and muat certainly be a good $ 4.OQ. S I
and vegetables. sentinel awake. If asleep, any noise sample can bjseeu. tt.r OFFICE..T' hem;

'' members of !, out of the routine would arouse me. The g ,-_ y55tc f

: : of the several de- :I captain did not come home, after leaving j We have aKo made af angemenl. .\ 1.. jqlkwingMagazinei I -
in the until
morning, 1 o'clock;; We had .
anti PaiuTs the M.L'Engle.HENRY
4 : at ,
the President and i folIo1tig'rates.i' :
i begun to ilesivur of luck. in trapping a I' -. W. A. eq

: have visited the car, I thief, wheIi one morning about 10 ) ; )IOXTIIt'Y:$2.00, tJ y onh2.50 :
o'clock, jait after I had opened ">*, .ther I .
my hrtt
eyes >
1 bceu : nn1t
and
surprised of
DEMOUESTS MONTHLY[ Lti' Io
1af
i from a ILl! lasting half an hourxl saw rJ .cr i2.50,
J. .
wonderful : the head of 'r. ,
display. a uutive as be peered from FLORIDA
AGHH..rLTURALIST
Itehind the .l"--toth together S-.50. A. L'ENCLE.
n-I that "Florida on I summer house. It was av Manager. : w. N. BAKER. C&S2AeioNvxLLZ \
i : thief spying out the loud. I got hold of 4 FLORIDA DISPATCH $2.00 t'otllontbr. onl\ *:.50"
the mo>t effective j the If": cord but wmt'I) to see what the .J J

; 'hidthe State has: fellow wcMkl do. In two or three FAIDIEUXD FUt T GRO\VEU'2.0t> together,31XVFLOVEI .25 ,i'Lh

minutes he stepped out in full sight and -5------ -. ... .
; \' Wo hope to I $1.00 \ Jfotii[ toether .1.50 '-JV''----- '---S---------
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I was quite gum-_ho was the. "same.. who. S WII.1 DO A GFHERAL BANKING BUSINESS. () .

reports. 'Address. all oideVs. to this Office MADE.TA' USUAL RATES OF EXCHANGE.i .


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