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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 17, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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8m 6 in 12mS Li.ND (FFICE OF I MURDERED IN COUJ( 'BLOOD.A Arbor Day at the Seminary and Leon At Last. "', "- :. .

,,. Academy.From .1 Tom Ellis, editor of the "Hornet." wu .
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.-.i'; *.*.'"* '** I 12518 00 800 01)20l ) 00wooaodwoo V CllIC.iGOlrllLLIONAniiKILLEDIN the Floridian.] shot and mortally wounded in Birmingham not' prnidI-: ,__ U
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OWN RESIDENCE.Aronced Saturday night. Feb 4th. by Detective officers. w1ti 1 r
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.....,;..; .... 0 ool ooi.oomo 009000 COMER L..PZEK assembled at 9 o'clock and marchedto Sullivan. The shootiog took placein oravictioa. I i 1
from His Sleep, Ue FlaIII the Leon Academy to bear addressby *1 .
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I 11M for th dr **adflT. cents. for the a billiard-room and was the natural tke 'j .
mtlBwrtkm. .. **:* % .. 'I Bnrclara to OU RIda&aoJtn, the Hon A. J. Russell The studentsof consequence of a series of abusive and We do not dnabt' iE
for time$drerttoemeotB and Ia Fatally .Shot-Tfc CityAroa.ed.
raM upon ap-
both institution were out in full force libelous articles in the Hornet charging patriotic representative '
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," Starke Bradford: COUnty n Florida CmcAoo), February 8.-When'Amos J. wearing cheerful faces, and when the distinguished Sullivan with dishonorable conduct as an that. by arraignTtSrlis .- _

..:SECRET'" SOCIETIES.... Snell's hired man entered the ,house, 425 speaker appeared he was cor- officer and reflect!.g severely upon his that tRey were *bCr1Djthe

," Washington ;Joulernrd, this morning, to dially greeted and listened to with marked personal character; several shots were exchanged :- way of'economy; but oo Jkt I. ..

[:rT. Br4fortoc. No. 42 F. and Attorney At Law / attend to the furnace, he found the front attention. I: would do injustice !O attempt I three of which'hit Ellis but they succeeded in eriooaly" ':
Abstract '
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:; Regular communiCAtions thrid of Title
A.IHL Office In connection. to given abstract of his excellent I .
un touched. .
hall Sullivan was not the administration of justice .
In each month.
covered with blood
Saturdays: and bullet marks :
k j'E WJUKKIOHT Secreta,..,.L... W. KICXUTER_ WvI.w x. scattered about the walls. I address; but will simply say that itj I i Ellis attained considerable unenviable I ante i inducements for its pevraic4" '."" }, 1:

f. Real Estate Bought arid Sold loans Negotiated. Referance Given. At the head of the stairs leading to the I was replete with l lofty sentiments, well'I notoriety some two years since, when he I They seem entirely t have lost sight. of

Lodge No. 63 of F. ft A. 1I3ejnIar basement was the body of Mr. Snell. worthy to be treasured up :and practicedby murdered his mistress a white woman the fact that the chief. object of' 1 ,

Meeting second and fourth One bullet hole was iu his head and another our youth. named Rosa, whom he shot in their room; government is supposed t be"the main- .'' .

1IlFERDEK.Jay of each month 2 o'clock.CHESTER NORTHUP. Agent for. SWANN &: WILLIAMS was in his breast. After the address the faculty and students he was tned but escaped the gallows on tenauce of law and order and the prompt <

i"..;secretary. W. Ma t \r. The servant girl heard a number of of the Seminary repaired to the the convenient plea of insanity. and was administration of justice.

.- LANDS. shots IK-.t ween: 1 and 2 o'clOClti iu.themorn- grounds of the l'entral8emlnary building sent to a lunatic asylum from which he Without this pretext the election and

jIP'D. ORDER OF RED MEN.0gccoLA zA ing but was afraid to investigate. where the ceremony of planting and dedicating was soon released on a writ of habn carput convocation of such bie.legislator

:< TRIBE No. 1, FLA.-Council Bargains in Fla. Homes & Investments Mr., Snell's revolver was found by his trees was begun. Before the first arguing his own I cue before toe would' _We-superfluous. /'- _

i'fliw' kindled each Wednesday's Sleep, sidewith one of the chambers empty.He exercise was finished a shower came up Court. Returning to Birmingham he | A: natural mlt' o T--Ij-b7-

.'',,their Wigwam Starke Fla. had been shot before reaching the which necessitated going in doors, where resumed the publication of his paper. officers; .jurors and witnesses, nn1r 4 the

*. .ttenl Transient J-Brothers N. Jo cordially"1tS. Sachem.invited to NO SPECULATIVE, FANCY PRICES, FULL VALUE where his body was found, as blood spot the remaining exercises were completed. which he :Sited with vituperative articles prisoner is convicted o of demanding

JAS. MIM.OX, Chief of Records. tracks were easily traced on he floor from President Edgar explained the position of against those who incurred his ill-will; pay or &curity in advance from ,b pro* _

:::_ near the parlor d Kr. he trees on the blackboard, dedicatingeach he has been frequently:: arrested for the ecution. is either a pre-prcjudlce againstthe

May Lder No. 1O GIVEN FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST. Burglary had been committed, as the in a few well chosen words, after filthy and obscene language used in his accused or a lax prosutin I is .

O. O.night f. Meets at Odd every Fellows Friday panel of the kitchen door was .found cut which Misses Grant, Wauchope, Gibbens, paper and there are now aoms twelve or equivalent to the State's bribing & con* ,

'haiL Transient brothers Lands out. Whistler and Edgar and Messrs. Geo. more indictments against him. lie seemsto victor Jo le free. .. -
cordially: Invited to attend..UIzLn. offered grow succesfully! Corn, Sen-Island Cotton Rice Perkins g
Richard .
A. L. SCOTT, !lr. Snell wa! a retired real estate dealer Hopkins and LeRoy have set himself up as a public censor Can jno p: man ept or obtainjustice" .

cretJLrv. w. EPPERSON.Box 41. Vice-Graud.Noble Grand. Sugar Cane, Oats Hay. Rye, Tobacco Potatoes. Chufas. Peas. Garden vegetables, and reputed to be a millionaire. Ball, recited or read appropriate selec- and few men cared to embroil themselveswith rays ."usi .

the Orange, Peach Pear. tions in a creditable manner. him. he reckless ei'her of shall : administered without denial .
Grape, Fig. Strawberry. Plum Persimmon. Melon, &c &c. After effecting an cntmn'ce. the burglars as was b ate

DIRECTORY. Leading money crops in fruits are the Orange Strawberry Peach and Pear:; while: erept.into the millionaire's office in the There were five trees dedicated. The words or deeds, and took a pride in backing ordelq." .

: ... CHURCH front of the first (which was planted in the grounds of up his blackguardisms with the pistol And, the present system of making lair .
others house and ransacked a safe,
many are profitable. Stock
very Farming and
... Poultry Raising give satisfactrtry. about the central building) was dedicated as follows he recently shot a detective named Scarborough t a'much at fault as anything. else.
securing $2,000 worth of
.Hi : county "
; METHODIST CHURCH.Sundayat results The
farm
: and vegetable garden are profitable without fruit grov .. and fruit warrants, $1,000 worth of : and this was the immediatecause There is too much baste about IL Our .. .,
11 and negotiable
$ "Ir.e a. in.
""gtS p. m. every HolinesH nieetine i Tuesday at ; growing pays well independent of the farm combining the two is thlf golden mean. paper and nearly $300 in cash. Then "It is fitting that the trees we plant, of his difficulty wilh Sullivan. last session was very little better than a

:Ipjn. Prayer meeting Thursday at 8'' Dark loatay soil with firm clay subsoil. Some of the most prolific Orange..Groves in they ascended to the first floor and find should either be memorials of the deeds, The fate of Ellis is nothing more nor mob-a hurrah, then a clatter, ending ,

-m. t or sentiments of men of exceptionalworth less than was to be expected. and the with a deluge of acts, and ,
'! J. R. SHARP Pastor. i the State can now'be seen in and near Starke and throughout Bradford County. ing the parlor door locked broke it open Ipnlc grer-
who have passed away or that wonder is that it didn't overtake him ious throughout. .
4 Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. j with a jimmy.Mr. .. ,
J.CU AS. RICHARD. Superintendent /. Water pure health good, and Climate delightful. Come and see for yourself. : Snell slept alone in a room directlyover they should be dedicated to men now living sooner. There never has been a time in Fewer and better formulated ,lwl' i .

TJBEY MARTIN tsec. & Ti easurer. who have been conspicuous for their the South. when would submit woulddo
Below we give a few of the )bargains now offered in Bradtord County: the middle parlor and quietly: as the men quietly ; more good-more .thought
burglars had worked they had arousedthe sturdy manhood their faithful and efficient to vilifications! and abuse by those who fewer[words It is not th quantity that .1

BAPTIST CHURCH. No. 3.- 2J acres in Starke, neatly paled and in cultivation. New 1} story dwelling aged millionaire. He arose from his service in public stations or who are misconceive the "fretdom of the press." gives Excellence, but the quality."Thing .

Services at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. in. prominent agents in promoting the moral. and vent their spite trom behind the editorial of value are pot'nploTthe
of 7 always
rooms haid plaster fini!'ample piazzas. House cost.ov.er: $1,200.00 Good location bcd seized a revolver, and stole stealthily greatest .
Prayer meeting every Wednesday intellectual and social progress of mankind "we." and take the precarious smallest packages. Give and
"I p.m.V.. G. PATTERSON, Pastor and a very pretty home. If sold soon will take $1,800.00 down the main staircase at the bottom of u''ftwe j
Sunday School meets every Sunday which he no doubt heard the thieves at ? chances of a libel suit to right their better :aws. And if one set of men will .

morning at 9:30. "Following out this idea, I shall dedicate have let their slanderers not do it 1 Kt us another. Lake "
No. 4.- Valuable' Farm and variety Fruit Grove just two miles south of Starke work. wrongs; many go try City ,
![. A. CLARK, Superintendent. Ue first tree to the of Paul scot free rather than be embroiled with Tobacco Plant. .
F. R. MORGAN, Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN facing upon F. 11. & N. IIR.. on cast side and'public County road on west side. 40 The white figure had gone but half-way H. 1 I memory .
"'yne-the poet-who has been called such characters, bat others: despairing of
acres choice yellow pine l land ; 15acres of it in excellent: !state" (Jf cultivation; with down: the stairs wben the )parlor doors the ,*2iOngfellow of the &uth'-one of the relief from the law and wearying of being Steam Heating Can .

CHURCH. stumps all out. 10 acres in Orange Grove-60 to 100 bearing trees some very large wire closed by one of the men inside purest spirits of his age. whose productions hounded, have taken matters into their 1 be heating of cars by steam .at U
TIle 1.ld! leveled his the door )
at
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.. man pistol
R. B. MATTICE Pastor. and fine, the balance"5.. to 7 years old. 150 choice young peach trees of tried and .suc- I panel and fired. The bullet, passed breathe the: most exalted sentimentsof own hands and visited summary punish- List met with a genuine elenenc with .

School Sunday at 2:30 '' patriotism, benevolence and .piety their slanderers. It is but little the vbrst. conditions that can expect to
ment
lunday on a
every ccsful:: vnrlet L-: *pening from May to October about 20 young Almond trees, coma I through the center of one of the doors, ; '
,.p.m. 'J.P.PRATT, and whose life was spotless full of useful while since John Littleton of the Nash- everjbe called to meet, viz the bitter '
Superintendent figs and pomegranates.: Good pure water. Ordinary tenant Buildings. All fruit about five feet from the floor, and crossing: .
grapes deeds and a perpetual psalm of praise." ville Review. paid with his life for his cnld and blockading snow of a veritable :

trees in healthy'and flourishing condition. Soil well suited for truck farming, made: the parlor struck the wall just above the The second dedication is as follows: too free use of personal invective; one of northwestern blizzard. From' thn 12Ui to :

CHRISTIAN CHUUC1I. 20 bushels corn per: acre. 1887 crop. Come and see the: property and you will considerit mantle and fireplace. Mr.. Snell fired "A long life which has been character. the editors of that blackguard sheet the 17tuf last month a stemetec train on .. ;. ...f
-.ct8U. 26-211 28-1 Peter 4: 16. again, but no trace of the bullet can be ized the ( and .
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by purity !
,probity NorthwesternRailway
industry unselfishness
kiled New Orleans last
Mascot !
bargain lit the price, J.oOO: cash, or $3,000 ou installment plan. was m 'hiC.F .
0. P. Young. the Pastor preaches at .. found. .
.- : and faithfulness to every trust is a I year for grossly sland ring a man and snow and cold on a special" i ,

* HAMPTON No. 5.Lots 60 by 128J feet in "West-End". suburb of Staike. "West-End". The burglars were caught and became precious gift to society and an educational I woman: the killing of Roderick Gamble run from Chicago: to Des'Homes. l, wa. 1 i

iack 1st Lord's day: at 11 a. m. and Saturday consists of a 20( acre tract not more than 7 minutes-.walk. from. main business. street lesperate. One of them discharged his influence of priceless value. And when !Ia in Jackson. Miss., is still fresh in the pUblic 863 'tnHC aud return. 'Seventeen hours 1t :
at 7:30p. m. r 4 *- r' weapon and the bullet lodged in the wall large of such life has I of '' were in' snow drift. _
part a been spent a .1.
) ably mind caused by his bitter attacks on :
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.- STARKE depot mail and express. It is dl platted and recorded, all'sUects Co feet wide. $40< just above the banister .
post. -
bcd Lord's day at 11 a. m. and eaclird't and honorably spent in the public service, the offi character. of his slayer. Scored During the trip the &"IW the '. ?
lot to location.- It is thought that the instant the burglars .
day at 6:30 p. m. to $100 per according there are important civic reasons why it of other instances could be cited but I outride air ranged down t 39 degrees"he-. ;

i'. HIGHLANDftch4th Nc. 6.-40 acres west of and adjoining Starke. 20 cultivated.- Bearing orange' fired through the panel they openedthe should l>e conspicuously set forth for the these are sufficient to show that: there is a I l. tf)., The C were kepi"'comfortablethrough t
i Lord's at II a. m. and Satur- door and. with the barrels of their revolvers .c .
day imitation
.. of When the
youth.Ve have in our limit to human endurance and that men al thb engine was '. '
I. grove midst a man whose life stands detached seek release from
out in bold will not always allow their characters to Jio th snow .1
CHURCH WORSHIP. .
:: and 50 or more trees in grqye shape.,. AV ith proper care this property hot him l before he could utter a word. drit the .
frJ' ATORANG COLLEGE, place, some pear .. relief as possessed in a high degree of the .. be blackened with impunity. cant were kept warm &th .

v. tICh Lord's day at 11 a. m. will bear in 1888 at least $500 in oranges. Price, 3000.. It lies in full view of the Their bloody work finished the assassins characteristics I have enumerated; who !: IL is useless to say that no words or Ber heater .: ,.

.I. PRAYER MEETING flipped out of a side door and disappeared.Four as a private citizen, as Judge and us Governor article will the of *.|teani; heating is in this
Wednesday at 7:30 town, facing public road. No buildings except log cabin and shelter. in the house who heard i published justify taking sO.W npn "4'
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: persons were of the State, throughout a residenceof life and that the law will not permit it; .tt Ui b here to tay.. 'C i .

." PROFESSIONAL- CARDSr- No. 7.-Bodies of 500 to 10,000 acres yellow pine wild and well timbered, on and the shooting, but they were afraid to as- fifty years or mure has commanded men that know that a law suit is what !? url ever. fur it bae'inrteisfully -
\ certain its source. They were Rose Burk- .
near the proposed line or: the new railroad now building from Macon, 3a., to Pajatka, universal confidence and respect. 1 their slanderers would delight in. and en a train through. .' Cdndlttona" .- tbt .
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statter the cook Ida Beranstean, the
E. JMcCLO-Yl Fla. These lands lie in Bradford and Clay C01Jnt es. Good. opportunities. for safe aud second gjjl and; little Mildred anti therefore dedicate this tree to Tallahassee'sfirst which would bring them nothing but vexation reach t. the maximum of". IYert.y.l.nr

; citizen, ex-GoArnor David S. and expense, seek with their own latitudes.. But i has heeaatown.
paying investments. Prices and; terms given on application. Christie Coffin, the five aud four-year-ol.l ''m "
House and Sign Painter, Walker." right arm that protec'ion which. the tech that we are &yet onl1ibe &nahclt .- .
of the murdered
.; and No. 8.-In Levy county, all of sec. 21, tp. 14. r. 15* IfcO acres, in the heart of graad-children man. Third dedication: "Recognizing the nicalities of the law and the impecuniosityof tin science uf tte un4i UinC, .for'thtwsevere '. :, '
All foo in suite of the
slept a rooms on '
fact that the Chief Magistrate of this Republic their traducers fail to eiiher Cdiiditions I.Y.brought out defect4 t.
Decorative the Great Gulf Hammock. Only two miles east of F'R. & N. R. R. Very fertile ifiirdvfloor. give; .
Paper Hanger. mat I Iw reninvnf '. nrHinanr
must
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has proven an exceptional exampleof trusting: to use those technicalities m their 'O '
with of cedar magnolia} cabbage palm, &c. Will sell avery The. wife of the murdered man was not '
ritjh i
r STARKE, Fla.HTOrder clay and marl soil growth a conscientious, painstaking, courageous own behalf or being determined at aU! "train bands can b.t truitedso' <:

left at D. Newinpham's will be low price of $5 per acre to a cash purchaser.No. .- at home, having gone to Milwaukee last and patriotic public servant dj- hazards to punish the offender. The t*blZr. We confidently expect that i,
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"ptoUIJl 1 attended to. dec as::: 2m month to visit friends. ftese defects will be ,. *
sirous to do justice to every citizen alike, slanderer is commonly coward and will remedied.-Rallway .
9.In Pasco county on the F., R. & N. R. R., 1.050 acres best grade yellow Mr. Snell although 63 years old, had the : -j j.Ylew.
without to the of affront and is ,
regard tenets party or not resent a personal usuallyof /.
DB. JAMES CHACE pine rolling soil, mixed with marl and shell. very productive described as follows: physical development of an athlete, and sect, I dedicate this tree to Grover Cleveland such a character that denunciation i iI

All of sec. 11, except awl of swj, and all of sec. 3 except nwj and sw' of set; all in was noted for bis fearlessness.. He had I,. deeming his example worthy of cannot hurt him, but there are some who \I A Monkey. Tde ;
an estate valued $3,000,000. A few days since, for third fourth 3
,: SUFjGEON DENJIST.LIon tp. 2G, r. 21. Railroad runs directly through this land, and it is now the place selected acquired imitation by the youth of our country when brought to account for their misdeeds lime within a year, a monkey tie figured o us '\ '

track and out und to be set forth before the eyes of attempt to bluff and play the! bully io
in aide lay MURDER AND SUICIDE.A *
: OF CEDAR :ET8.- for a new depot. Airangements are being made to put incendiary, firing the known -
< XMDo' M residence. Eoat of Kt-ntucky, Hou e.BlIGG future generations in objective form by a and these generally get; their deserts w.1 "te
Here is one of the chances in a life time to scoop in a bonanza. Will sell( I i Vncht lying at a wharf in New
town. Nor
a
CANADIAN BANKER SHOT-DIS MURDER vigorous lice oak. though sometimes long delayed. i iMen .

: & WllLS the whole 1,040 acres at $7 per acre; or will sell select 40-acre tracts at $10 to f 15 per .ER THEN OMMIT8 SUICIDE. Fourth dedication: "Believing that occupying the position, of editors I I' ;;job Yurk with. the greatest to haT gone about uo.Wnaw the ;

acie, according to location Go and see the land and write me what you want. GALT, Oct., February 8.-A terrible our youth should be taught to recognize should be very careful what they put ia' > .d through the ropes dUbrt with which i it ': \ I

: murder and suicide occurred here this and value the merits of the able and their paper affecting the characters vif :

Attorneys at Law No, 10. Special: Bargain. On the west bank of beautiful Kingsley Lake 5 miles east morning the victims being Henry Miin, faithful public men who are the agents of others,.for they should and will be held waK.tUMl up cleared otu a match MIC in t ('
;Uw cabin,' and then started the hMze in j: J ,
Lake Front. 40 high dry land all under fence. 30 acres of their State in for all such. AdvancerGazette. -'
of btarke. 40 rods acres good private banker, and a man named Cur- the people own protect personally responsible place'which' only a monkey would bn.o 1 !

.L/-.* -ST fc i a Ix.la- cleared and stumped, and; set to fruit trees. A good 11 room house, good stable and rie, with whom he had some business ing their rights and liberties, and in promoting tooughl of, between the deck and the ctilog 'J <

';:"fourth Will and practice Fifth in Judicial all the Circuits.Courts in the other buildings, 75 to 100 bearing Orange trees. 800 more younger, 50 bearing Lefonte transactions, out of which arose the dis- the growth and prosperity of the The Heart Song. iJ of the coal bunkers. I took the crew -
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pute. ... commonwealth, I dedicate this tree to An tells this 0I I Ia night t-, Itx-ate and the fire .
Pears 100 300 bearing peach trees also Figs. Bananas Plums, 300 Japan exchange affecting story a put out ,
younger This morning Currie purchased a revolver Governor E. A, Perry, whose private lifeis little who burned tc t filling the boat with
girl was recently .
A. L. SCOTT M. D. Persimmons Japan plums, Grapes of several varieties. Almonds Pecans, Chestnuts, above and whose career as a "Did 8Ok.t -
and said that he was going to De- reproach death In New York City: ..A j monkt-y. vrL<<6c part iu the affair wiu

: Late from Michigan. Medlers Walnuts, good water. Bounded on the south side" by a running creek north tioit. lIe then went around town and soldier and statesman has bc.enlIke: creiitable A narcotic was given,to her and she fell et lile by iuduputable circuui uu- .

!EESIDENT:; PHYSICIAN AND by a dense Hammock thus being well protected from the cold. This is a genuine bargain bade his f fiends good-bye. Shortly after reflecting honor on himself and' on asleep. Waking after some hours, sh/s hal evidence. being afterwuid to.tntl.'u au 1

: SURGEON. and must be sold at once. Price only $4.000I .. 10 o'clock he reached Main's office and. the State" of which he is the Chief 'Mag asked for water. The nurse 1Il'mediate eccentric bar in liit* room quietly ;' ,

e .; Terms Reasonable. entering without a word, shot him. Cur- i istrate. called the doctor. In a minute he was by-. grinning OT r the engue which had .

,..v.mee Gaskins' Drug Store. Furnish abstracts of Title free of charge, to. purchasers to all lands rie fired two shots, one entering Main's Fifth dedication: "1 feel constrained :tide the cot. He felt the pulse. ominous': raided.: ,Fire aitd 'Watr ,u i that -

sold. Address all Communications To head over the right eye, and the other the to single out one more State official whose hook his head gave some instructional nonkey,risks will be n<'zt Lu Jt'r in. insurance ._ '

center of his forehead. When found a work is most worthy of public recognition and tamed to go away. As lie did so tlfei. circles Ifnis kind of thing keC| ,. ,
f TATE POWELL M. D. ,
few moments later lie was! lying on his and whose influence for good to" the.. rising. little creature turned half around. Tie up.-Scientific Ainericau. .._ ";

f% After an experience of twenty years in COMER L. PEER fact in a pool of blood, dead. generations will be fitly represented :by dim light of a candle shone on the black'; > 'J

.tt.practice of his profession has no hcsiUncy As soon as Currie had committed the the live oak. I therefore dedicate, this ened face. The swollen lips pursed ntlnod : A funny niittUke occurred afeu nights Lt

I In promising the latest, and mostXldentific deed he walked across the road to a shedin tree to Albert J. Russell, Superintendent in a clear sweet voice the dying chiltt ago im one of the milroa 'running into JOrlaud.

|; : . treatment to tho...e asking hi STARKE BRADFORD CO. FLA. the rear of the Gait Hotel and, turning of Public Instruction whose untiring began to sing the hymn. "Nearer, rjy. I. A very bnud iHut; young lady i

': the weapon upon himself put a bullet efforts for the past years have infused. new God, to Thee." wiii on the train who had a grip-tack; IV}

I to the country promptly attended. through his head. Death was instan. life into public education In Florida,'and The doctor and the nurse stood trit- also a corpulent: old gent who went into .

is of females and children a specialy. taneous. who deserves the gratitude of -all who fixed.: The eher patients in the eiko the steeper engc u birth aDd sent the : .1 i

-;ff: Office at City Drug Store or at his OOKS THREE CENTS EACH! have at iieait the intellectual moral and darkened ward leaned ou their elbows s.qd porter fur hL grip. This ebony functionary : 4.

..4*aidence in East Starke. Cypress lumber has entered more largely social elevation of the,people." drank in the sweet melody. The tIIt earned him the young lady's! baggage, '

The rollowlD boo III ai'll pubJ1sbpd In neat pamphlet form rrlnt,1t fl'f'm !giwi reaa' It..tT'T'8. OR. ron.']. into consumption during the last five years Tue teachers uniT->.. -students ot Leon verse completed, her strength began jU> and when the IOD1hc C o. g b r
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: f. psper. n4 in&uy or them lIa:1IJlIOl11el and urnsIi illu.trated.to the itiey ID"CftrR are C>wllhuUL t tIe :,e.O\cel.uuD.;. e an Orlc.r:1 tie c.L to ,..'ri. :I1 '!lest than ever known before. This: fact is Academy planted quite a number of trees fail, and with it her voice, and only hauling forth te dainty night h s
t F. J. FIELD. 10 an. la'd or 1anguie. 111 any oth..r ..r;. the.e K.,, LIOu...... '.0...... l,, t maD, I $ttbe '
lter&tir e.( liii it tl..t!: the iost here trllll1llt OJl'fll f''IpClnRe.Each out l"com, :U-i., la .IM-.I: and shrubs at the closo uf the'pubhc ex bumming-like distant music of the wh-cb they are to the advance in the '
AVORK & .I.mcs tlill rnr.f' \\1.1'I '( t'ss. 0'." PTB.. Con. The Fo..1 n"olf"...... A.K...rt. .Vr M.T "'...,,(.'r..... I.partly owing pricesof ercises. The faculties and students of could be heard. '"hit : conductor upon the scene. Under the .
fBIlICK MASON'S W..a<1.1 t. ., ,., 0. m..I wnnderlqi '] :.., ,...: ,;,..:.. ( ,.. ,. J" I. 1:1' "ewo Northern timber and lumber but more of the hymn
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': Jo.... AT.TI C, V. I..n n.<..rin 4 ii 1 t..d.). TUo'>',,won-l. l-'rucelcu A J.uvilo ri :'::..-:: During. .... coming years the lessons which its ceremonies are Mr. Henry one | ( and carried to the owner wilu'au exp1'
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.. ..Tie, ":.: .C 1h' .. oI.i-,. : A iir... ....lculu.'lt."D'w..1' ; Tb..I..r..rr..t.. ... .. /I.\. ...... .. '- designed; to teach. lat lion who, after the r.ahock.
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Illlinery Dress Good b, '.1 '..... b.." ..i.Io..I.clur. V.. ......" .. .. time.-Southern horrified br in contact ""fith ,
Fancy ......,. ,.I.)., ..1:, I ij L "1.'..11.-. t. 1:..t...-.n .. '!u.. A 7'o* : -- r"n..r. are doubled within: that trade for old Libby prison the price being he was coming ".u-was .* -
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KID G LOVES; PARASOLS "... n't.. ,...' .". : ..::11 I .1 anol n'''' Ij",, U ?. .. .L" I. i.1.': '.. ; 7.;,,: $33,000 for the entire building as it stands. young ;
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k JAClkoNVlLLK. FLAr ,i I..e.11 .. "" i.ikq, .".." ). ...."... 101".11..e..m.flt.l.riIeIIC.- '" :. .iini,,.. old mortar will be ground up. since last June.-Tallahasseean.BBOADLAKO ; : ..
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Mir %uI' U..I- & "'i'vI. r Mr. Un a"oo \\o..uaU.\eI'>o .1'0ftl. By Dr.J.H.no.' .... .
& TRIMMING7" \n'Ilr.rt.t uhl Mans I.I3.5.ert5oe.A ..v.I. "A,o..el.J'DIlU". iii' .at..'.'''A.' 8. ToI.d.110"L (aUforala Cabin. A (0",1.,- B; M. T. CitOoB.. I' he railroads will now arm thconductorsand on its new site will be enclosed by another mill stones in John C. Hayes new cprn- knA'eatst,.
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Sur.l'U, bookIbYfl1ItlJt ""r\ \1rwn ftNlrtaron1.1-, anytesfor train hands, we shall hear less of building. both by walls and roof to shutoff mill burst yesterday. Hayes and Li&Hon !
..1I11\IPfld .nfr1irflrthI >< l.ENIt.r. TIIIMMING ANI) Oil.ANGE .- 2 ; ('oentalanyn'lfJl.re 1.-V4 lor GO Ceot.,the at eDtlN beitsin hut ia(4)bok books)e"rolrer.d.(or 75 Cs.t 1)OIIo\alllO"'lIe..dv&. "ft.. two or three men robbing a train loaded the gaze of those not willing to pay to An raw were killed, and two othe?| -frerj", f
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r ;. _.)+, OFFICIAL... PAPER o.f'THE' COUNTY! -Ratifi.ed. by Board :of County Commissioners, January 2,, Isd8. 4


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LAND OFFICE or MURDERED IN COLD "BLOOD. Arbor Day at the Seminary and Leon At Last. ?? A StrloUC' Mlttaka.Thr .. 4

: Academy.From Tom Ellis editor of the "Hornet" was fiction of the last Lg.tlll hi :;. -

*V-- Iqtybllt 1 I .. .. X A CHICAGO MILLIONAIRE KILLED : the Floridian.] shot and mortally wounded in Birmingham not. prnr'ulinsr proper cpd.f W -

,__.. :: zl IOOIflJ5OO WI I IN HIS OWN RESIDENCE.Aronntd The faculty aud students of the Seminary Saturday night Feb 4th. by DetectIve officers, witne etc,. !
7 OO1O! 001100 18 CO,30 OOI Y) COMER assembled at o'clocK and marchedto Sullivan. Tbe shooting took placein .was a seriooj! ,
OO15 OO ooj cjo L.-.PEEK cunvi\iol sr. ;
from Hi* Sleep, 'He Pl&1a$* the Leon Academy to bear an addressby a billiard-room and was the natural tike. 4 t ";,

-b..quentI aMn,fc rUieilrsandflT-*'' *" 'cent for the Burglar la Hi NljchtJE the Hon. A. J. RusselL The studentsof consequence of a series of abusive and We MiJ not doubt that the
-' and 1* Fatally Shot-Tfc <:: .a
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i rmt for time'ftdrertfeementB uponCSL3ttb.omoe. ap- both institution were out in full force libelous articles in the Hornet charging piitrioljc' representative of the people ,

.. I : Bradford Aroused. cheerful faces and when the distinguished with dishonorable conduct that the matter
Stark wearing Sullivan as an thought by arranging alt
: County Florida. CHICAGO February 8.-When'Amos J. .
,SECRET:SOCIETIES.Bradford Snell's hired man entered the Muse, 425 speaker appeared be was cordially officer and reflecting severely upon his i9 th they were abievD wonders 1
greeted and listened to with marked personal character; several shots were exchanged the wt of economy; on contrary

::-. P Washington Boulevard this morning to attention. I: would do injustice to attempt three of which'hit Ellis but they fcufxeetled in seriously retarding .
Lot**No. 42 F. and Attorney attend to the furnace he found the front
,;,;.:::..r: A.IK. Regular',communications thrid At Law. Abstract of Title Office In connection. to given an abstract of his excellent Sullivan was Dot touched. the administration of justice, and pie
In each month. hall covered with blood, and bullet marks
L 3 Saturdays.E WAOTUaHT. L. W. KlCXUTER, % scattered about the walls. address; but will simply say that it'' Ellis attained considerable unenviable sented inducements fo its perversion, .

Becretarr. W.M.budge Real was replete with lofty sentiments, well t notoriety some two years since when he Thty seem entirely to have lost sight of -?
Estate arid At the head of
Bought Sold. Loans Referance Given. the stairs )leading to the
Negotiated. worthy to be treasured up :and practicedby : murdered his mistress a white woman the fiot' that the chief object of' State _
flew No. 65 ot F. Ac A lI.BeIiula.r basement was the body of-.Mr. Snell.
Meetings second and fourth One bullet hole was iu his Lead and another our youth. named Rosa, whom he shot in their room; government is supposed t t'th main-

relav of each month 2 o'clock. Agent for. SWANK & WILLIAMS was in his breast. After the address the faculty and students he was tned but escaped the gallows on tcnaue bf law and order prompt

J aIYEEnEK: CUESTEB NORTHUP, The of the Seminary repaired to the the convenient plea of insanity and was administration of J\tc -
W. Master.jiFI servant girl heard a number of
\.:..;ecr6t&ry. grounds of the ('entral8eminary building sent to a lunatic asylum from which he Without this pretext tbe election and .
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1"1" NDS. i shots between 1 and 2 o'clock ialhemorn-
; ). ORDER OF RED MEN. : ing but was afraid to investigate. where the ceremony of planting and dedicating was soon released on a writ of hdbeca eorjna convocation of such bie.legislatures. -

,508CBOLA TRIBE :No. 1, FLA.Council Bargains in Fla. Homes & Investments Mr., Snell's revolver was found by his trees was begun. Before the first arguing his own I case before ,tne would. superfluous.- 6 _
exercise was finished a shower came up Court. Returning to Birmingham be i A natural result of -
}jllti' kindled each Wednesday's Sleep side.* ith one of the chambers empty.He t'1'
.i at their Wigwam Starke Fla. had been shot before reaching the spot which necessitated going in doors where resumed the publication of his paper officers, jurors and witnessed, UD ..

T1'lnslenBrothers J- N. JONES.cordially Sachem.invited tojteniL NO SPECULATIVE, FANCY PRICES, FULL VALUE where his body was found as blood the remaining exercises were completed. which he :Wed' with vituperative articles prisoner is convicted O of demanding t

President Edgar explained the position of against those who incurred his ill-will; pay or security in advance from the m
JAB. MIIXON. Chief of Records.: tracks were easily traced on he floor from
near the parlor door. he trees on the blackboard dedicatingeach be has been frequently arrested for the ecuti>nj is either a pre-prrjudlce against F

: : llI.II May Lds IVo. 1O GIVEN FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST. Burglary had been committed. as the in a few well chosen words, after filthy and obscene language used In his the accused or a la prosculon It i isequiyat
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,., ,day O. O.night F. Meets at Odd every Fellows Fri -' panel of the kitchen door was .found cut which Misses Grant Wauchope Gibbens, paper and there are now eoms twelve or .nt to the States bribing t con -

7 Hall. Transient brothers out. Whistler and Edgar. and Messrs. Geo. more IndIctments'agalDst him. lie seems vict pr to le go free. _

x' cordially Invited to attend. Lauds offered grow hticccsftilly! Corn, Sea-Island Cotton, Rice, Perkins Richard Hopkins and LeRoy to have set himself up as a public censor Can* no man r obtain
}[ Snell retired real estate dealer pr expt
_JTJ.mu A. L.SCOTT, r. wa a -
Tscret.rvBox4t. Noble Grand. Sugar Cane Oats. Hay. Rye Tobacco. Potatoes Chufas. Peas. Garden vegetables' and reputed to be a millionaire. Ball recited or read appropriate selec- and few men cared to embroil themselveswith justfceT rays "jusi .
H. W. EPPERSON. Vice-Graud. tions in a creditable reckless either of aliair be without sale denial "
he
manner. him. as was ,
the Orange Peach Pears. Grape, Fig. :Strawberry::; Plum Persimmon. :Melon &c &c. After effecting an entrance the burglars r administr
There were five trees dedicated. The words or deeds and took a pride in backing or delay. ;
Loading money in fruits are the Peach and while rrept4nto the millionaire's office in the
crops
igfc CHURCH DIRECTORY.; Orange Strnwberij. Pear:; front of the and ransacked first (which was planted in the grounds of up his blackguardisms with the pistol And the present system of making lW -
house safe
many others are very profitable. Stock Farming and Poultry Raising give salisfactmy a the central building) was dedicated as follows be recently shot a detective named Scarborough 'I a much at fault a anything el. .
securing about $2,000 worth of county -
a METHODIST CHURCH.s&JS results The farm and vegetable garden are profitable without fruit grovjg, 'a'nd fruit worth of : and this was the immediatecause There is too much haste about it. Our -
warrants $1,000 negotiable
rIces every Sunday at 11 1\. in. and well independent of the is th "It is fitting that the trees we plant of his difficulty with Sullivan. last session was very little better than a
growing pays /arm the two *
Holiness meet hie at combining golden mean. paper and nearly $300 in cash. Then
risp.. in. Tuesday should either be memorials of the deeds The fate of Ellis is nothing more nor mol>-a hurrah, then a clatter, ending
meeting Thursday at 8 Dark soil with firm ascended the first and finding ,
Ipjn. Prayer loamy clay subsoil. Some of the most prolific Orange.Groves inS they to floor -
or sentiments of men of exceptional less than was to be expected and the with a panic, a deluge of acts, and grer-
:. .1.m. J. R. SHARP Pastor. the State can'now'oo seen in and near Starke and throughout Bradford County. the parlor door locked: broke it open worth who have
passed away, or that wonder is that it didn't overtake him ious bundersthrougbout. ;j'.
,( Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. Water pure, health good, and Climate delightful. Come and see for yourself. with a jimmy.Mr. they should be dedicated to men now liv- sooner. There never has been a time in Fewer and better formulated' laws s'
CHAS. RIChARD. Superintendent : Such alone
I. slept in a room directly
UREY MARTIN. Sec. & Ti easurer. ing who have been conspicuous for their the South. when men would quietly submit would do more good-more .thought and
Below give few of the offered in Bradford over the middle parlor and quietly as the
we a )bargains now County:
sturdy manhood their faithful and efficient to vilifications and abuse by those who fe' 'er words. It is not the quantity that "
burglars had worked they had aroused
BAPTIST CHURCH. : No. 3.- 2J acres in Starke, neatly paled and in cultivation. New 1} story dwelling the aged millionaire. He arose from his service in public stations or who are misconceive the "freidom of the press," gives excellence, but the quality. Things'

prominent agents in promoting the moral. and vent their spite from behind the editorial of greatest value are always pat'npln the -
Brvices 11 and at 7:30
at a. m. p.m. bf 7 rooms, haul plaster finUh.ample: piazzas. House cost.oyer! : $1,200.00 Good location ed. seized a revolver and stole' stealthily I
Prayer meeting every Wednesdayi I intellectual and social progress of mankind 'we." and tnke the precarious smSUcst packe. Give u.'fewe' tbet'.ter
w. G. PATTERSON Pastor and home. If sold will take $1,800.00 down the main staircase at the bottom of I
a soon
pretty ?
p.m. very chances of a libel suit to right their :aws. one set of men will .
.. Sunday School meets every Sunday : which he no doubt heard the thieves at i
"Following out this idea, I shall dedicate have let their slanderers not do it I Kt us
City
at9:30. wrongs; many go try -
morning No. 4.- Valuable Farm and variety Fruit Grove just two nules south of Starke work. ¬her.-Ik
M. A. CLARK Superintendent.I ': .>j_first tree to the memory of Paul scot free, rather than be embroiled with Tcbacco Plant. .
F. R. MORGAN, Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN facing upon F. U. & N. R* R. on cast side and'public County road on west side. 40 The white figure had gone but half-way II. Hays? > the poet-who has been called such characters but others despairing of

.. acres choice yellow pine l land ; 15 .ncres of it in excellent state: of cultivation; with down the sttirs wben the parlor doors the 'Longfellow of the South' one of the relief from the law and wearying of being I Steam Heating of Can .

CHURCH. stumps all out. 10 acres in Orange Grove-60 to 100 bearing trees some very large were closed by one of the men inside purest spirits of his age. whose productions bounded have taken matters into their Ihe f heating of r by steam .at : $
at 11 The 'lil man leveled his pistol at the door last met with a genuine axpenence with .
Services every Sunday a. m. breathe the most exalted sentiments hands and visited punish-
of tried aad own summary
balance's old. 150 choice peach trees successful -
and fine the to 7 young
years
R. B. MATTICE, Pastor. panel and fired. The bullet passed
of the worst conditions that it -
can to
patriotism, benevolence and .piety; ment on their slanderers. It is but a little expect
Sunday School every.J.Sunday P. PRATT at 2:30 varieties: ripening\ from May to October; about 20 young Almond trees coma through the center of one .,f the doors, and whose life was spotless full of useful while since John Littleton, of the Nashville ever b called t meet, viz tho bitter

-J.BJ. Superintendent, grapes. tips: and pomegranates. Good pure water. Ordinary tenant Buildings. All fiuit about five feet from thejfloor and crossing deeds and a perpetual psalm of praise." Review paid with his life for his cold :and blockading suow of a veritable .

1 trees: in healthy flourishing condition. Soil well suited for truck farming made the parlor struck the wall just above the The second dedication is as follows: too free use of personal invective; one of northwestern blizzard.. From thf 13th to >'.. .

!. CHURCH. mantle and fireplace. Mr.. Snell fired .'A long life which has been character. of that sheet the fill of last month a steam-beatecl train on -
CHRISTIAN 20 bushels com acre, 1887 crop. Come and see the; property and you will consider the editors blackguard .
A.ctI11:26-2G2S-1Petf.'r4; : 16. per.; again, but no trace of the bullet can be ized by purity,probity, industry unselfishness Mascot was killed! in New Orleans last lie Chicago and Northwestern .Railway '. .

f. P. Young. the Pastor preaches at it a bargain at the price $2,5CO; cash or $3,000 on installment plan. = ;. found. and faithfulness to every trust is a I year for grossly sland -ring a man and s singled with suow and void ou a special "*" Tj

* HAMPTON Ko. 5.Lots GO by 1281 feet in "West-End". suburb of Staike. "West-End". The burglars were caught and !became precious gift to society and an educational woman: the killing of Roderick Gamble ran from Chicago to Des Moines low.

Lord's at 1L and Satur-j desperate. One of them discharged his. influence of priceless value. And whena I Miss. still fresh the miles, and return. .Seventeen
1 MCA 1st day: a. m. than 7 minul walk from nuia business street in Jackson. is in public E 1&11'
not -.
tract more
.dqst7:3Op.ni. consists of a 20 acre T ft, r *" : weapon and the bullet lodged in the wall large part of such a life has been ably ]!,I miml. caused by his bitter attacks on rf Ii time were spent in a. snow drift.. -, X

STARKE depot. mail and express. It is dllY'IJIl\ucd! and recorded, aU'stieits feet iI' vide 1J40 )ust above the banister pott.It .' and honorably spent in the public service I the oft1 character of his slayer. Scoresof Curing the trip the temt*>raiure of the j'. .".

P 2nd Lord's day at 11 a. m. and eacherd's lot according to location.No. .- is thought that the instant the burglars there civic mitside air ranged down 29 degrees'het "* .1
to $100 per .. are important reasons: why it other instances could be cited but t 11
at G:30 m. '
day :
HIGHLANDetch p. 'cultivated. fired through the panel they opened should l>e conspicuously set forth for the these are sufficient to chow that there is a t',w. The cars were kept'comforUbla. ..' ,1
I 6.40 acres west of and adjoining Starke. 20 Bearing orange- door with the barrels of their
the and. revolvers all this. .
4th Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Satur- imitation of youth. We have in our limit to human endurance and that men through When the engine was ..

4iybeforeat73Op. m. grove of 250 trees; about 100 others 6 to 8 years old. Several hunHsed: pecan trees.4. oa leveled at the bewildered man. midst a man whose life stands out in bold will not always allow their chiarnters to detjachcd <> seek rdc\ from the snow ,4 t

:' CHURCH WORSHIP. place, and some 50 or more pear trees in grove shape... .V ith proper..care. this propertywill shot him before he could utter a word. relief as possessed in a high degree of the be blackened with impunity. Jri3ttbecarswere- kept warm with '.

f t.:tch Lord's ATORANGE day at 11 a.COLLEGE m. bear in 1888 at least $500 in oranges. Price $3,000.: It lies in full view of the Their bloody work finished the assassins characteristics I have enumerated; whoas i IL is useless to say that no words or Baker heat. '. : -,* 'H .{
,
1 PRAYER MEETING f cabin and slipped out of a side door and disappeared. a private citizen as Judge and us Governor I| published article will justify the taking of | Mem heating is ShO.W in. this expert f& L
town, facing public road. No buildings except log shelly ;Four were in the house who heard ment U. be here despite.the 1;
Wednesday at 7:30 persons in tny. Cavil
of the will
$ 'of' State throughout a residenceof life and that: the law not permit it; .. -
wild't1nd well timbered and the shooting but they were afraid to as i (If unl' iicvers. fur it h*s'.sttcc afuHy .. J ;
No. 7.": Bodies of 500 to 10,000 acres j'ellow pine on fifty years or more. has commanded men that know that a law suit is what ;l

PROFESSIONAL CARDS near the proposed line oF the new railroad\ now building from )Macon Ga.,.to Pjilatka certain its source. They were Rose Burk- universal confidence and respect. I their slanderers would delight in. and Cre'J train Lnlu b"cn.tfD.. tbI _. .
cook Ida Beranstean the
the
statter, ; therefore dedicate this tree to Tallahassee'sfirst which would bring them nothing but vexation j reach the maximum ,nur '
safe aud
:B cOLOYl.House Fla. These lands lie in Bradford and Clay counties. Good opportunities. for second and little: Mildred and latitude
gjjl; citizen, ex-Goftrnor David S. and expense, seek with their own I *.. But. i luu. "also. b'".lUowo. -

and Painter paying investments. Prices aid terms given on application. Christie Coffin, the five aud four-year-oU Walker." "* right arm that protec'ion which the tech-, t bat are as yet onl/jttt tbe.threshold. ut y .
Sign a
ra d-children of the murdered man. .of steam-traOiDjc mi 'thi .. *
., all of sec. 21, tp. 14. r. 15 040 acres in the heart 40f Third dedication; 'Recognizing the nicalitles of the law and the impecuniosity: *
; and No. 8.-In Levy county All in suite of on the '
rooms
a
frturfslept fact that the Chief Magistrate of this Re- of their traducers fail to give; eiihefj severe couditi$ have bi'nughLotitilefecta. j
t miles east of F It. & N. R. R. Very fertile ,. '
two : .
Hammock. Only ifilrd floor. *
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Decorative Paper Hanger. the Great Gulf public has proven an exceptional exampleof trusting to use those technicalities in their that roust Iw rumored bfo,ordinary 4
of cedar magnolia, cabbage palm, &c. Will sell < The wife of:the murdered man was not train hands be trusted Inht .. :" .f
STARKE Fla. i IWOrders clay and marl soil with growth a conscientious painstaking courageous -. own behalf or being determined at air can _to c arr>, it. ..J

".. left at D. Newingharu's, will ln very low price of $5 per acre to a cash purchaser. at home having gone to Milwaukee last and patriotic public servant. desirous hazards to punish the offender. The n bliZr. We confidently. expt that .-i]

f prcmpUyattendedto. dec: 23 Sm month to visit friends.Mr. to do justice to every citizen alike, slanderer is commonly a'coward and will these defects will be .-Railway ;. :.: \i7TReview.
the F. R. & N. R. R., 1,050 acres best grade yellow 63 old had the .
No. 9.-In Pasco county on Snell although/ years and :.
without regard to the tenets of party or not resent a personal affront usually : .

]I ACE pine rollipg soil, mixed with marl and shell very productive, described. as follows: physical development of an athlete, and sect, I dedicate this tree to Grover Cleveland of such a character that denunciation .:: .
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DR. JAMES _
noted for bis fearlessness. He had I I A JVooker'a Trick : ,
All of sec. 11, except swj of swj and all of sec. 3 except kiwj and swt of set; all in was valucd.at deeming his example worthy of cannot hurt him, but there are some wbu A few days. since, for the third or fourth .j

SURGEON DEHJIST.LATE \} tp. 26, r. 21. Railroad runs directly through this land and it is now the place selected acquired an estate 3000000. imitation by the youth of our country when brought to account for their misdeeds :- lime within a year, a monkey figured iii

and to be set forth before the eyes of attempt to bluff and play the! bully .
Airangements are being made to put in aside track and lay out MURDER AND SUICIDE.A in incendiary,firing the w.1 knownoteara :
or CEDAR!: lETS.at for a new depot.
'. future generations in objective form by a and these generally get their deserts
HousaBUGG -
tfflo residence. Emit of Kentucky yacht Norms, lying at a wharf in New -
,. __ a town. Here is one of the chances in a life time to scoop in a bonanza. Will sell. CANADIAN BANKER SHOT-HIS MURDER vigorous live oak." though sometimes long delayed. I IMen Yorkv ;JtMeemsto b"Y gone about the '. 1

f & WILLS the whole 1,040 acres at $7 per acre; or will sell select 40-acre tr cts' at $10 to f 15 per *. .ER THEN COMMITS SUICIDE. Fourth dedication: "Believing that occupying the position of editors job with; the greatest dehiberation.'iugnawd J 1

: acie, according to location Go and see the land and write mejwhat you want. GALT Oct., February 8.-A terrible our youth should be taught to recognize should be very careful what they put in through'the ropes with which U ;

occurred here this and value the merits of the able and their paper affecting the characters vf
murder and suicide w &th'd up.. cleared on. n match MIC inUM \
Attorneys at Law No 10. Special:: Bargain. On the west bank of beautiful Kingsley Lake 5 miles east morning the victims being! Henry Main, faithful public men who are the agents of others, for they should and will bo held chin. and then started the h'ize in .

40 dry land. all under fence, 30 the of their own Stale in protect personally responsible for all such.-Ad- 1
of :starke.: 40 rods Lake Front. acres good high acres a private banker and a man named Cur- people I place which only a monkry would bn.e .

k'. -G't': .=, :F.oA.-: cleared and stumped and set to fruit trees. A good 11 room house good stable and ne, with whom he had some business: ing their rights and liberties and iu pro- vance.Gazette. thought of, between the deck and the ctiliog '4

H'i'Fourth Will and practice Fifth in Judicial all the Circuits.Courts in the other buildings 75 to 100 bearing Orange trees. 800 more younger, 50 bearing LeConte transactions out of which arose the dis- moting the growth and prosperity of the The Heart Song. i; ; of the coal bunkers. It took the crew 4

"*, commonwealth I dedicate this tree to An exchange tells this affecting story of! all night t>, )luoata and put out the fire,
also Bananas. Plums 300 -
Figs. Japan .
300 bearing peach trees pute.This -
100
.0n. Pears younger. Currie purchased a revolver Governor E. A, Perry whose private life the bout with smoke.
morning a little girl who was recently burned to 1 was filing .1. ..
; 1..w
l< A. L SCOTT M. D.,; Persimmons Japan plums Grapes of several varieties. Almonds Pecans, Chestnuts and said that he was going to De- is above reproach and whose career .asjft death in New York City: j : the uauuk.-y. \vLo6c part in the uffJr. w
feLate from Michigan. Mcdlers, Walnuts good water. Bounded on the south side by a running creek north tioit. lie then went around town and soldier and statesman has been alike creditable A narcotic was given.to her and she f Il etbU.he by LidupuUble circtiiutfUu- t .

JBESIDENT PHYSICIAN AD by a dense Hammock thus being well protected from the cold. This is a genuine bargain bade his'friends good-bye. Shortly after reflecting honor on himself and_on asleep. Waking after some hours, sie tial evidence. Using! afterwaid todnd.'U. au ; ,

\ SURGEON. and must be sold at once. Price only $4.000 ,. 110 o'clock he reached :Main's office and. the State" of which lie is the Chief Magid asked! for water. The nurse im'mediaujv I eccentric bar in tht! engine room quietly '. ;. t

*? Terms RrdsonaLle.fr' entering without a word shot him. Cur tra to. called the doctor. In a minute he was !besIde grinning over the rumpus 'whiht had ..-

\;:Office at Gaskins' Drug Store. I Furnish distracts of Title free of charge, to. purchasers to all lands rie fired two shots one entering Mam's: I I Fifth dedication: "1 feel constrained the cot. He felt the pulse. ominously raised. Fire 'and Walfr UL'gesU that- -

..:. head over the right eye and the other the' to single out one more State official whose shook bis head gave some: instructions monkey,risks will be htxt: heard of; in iusuraucc .. -

sold. Address all Communications To center of his forehead. When found a work is most worthy of public recognition and turned to go away. As he. did so the. circles if, nis kind of thing kecjup. /* "" .

c' TATE POWELL, M. D., few moments later be was lying on his and whose influence for good to the' rising little 1 creature turned half around. T bo .-Scicutifii; .American.. :: J-

$t 0 After an experience of twenty years in COMER L. PEER face in a pool of blood dead. generations will be fitly represented :J>y dim light of a candle shone on the black, .

jb. practice of his profession has no iiesi- As soon as Currie had committed the the live oak. I therefore dedicate, this ened face. The swollen lips pursed oatt. A funny nitoUke occurred afew nlbt !

1&Dcy in promising the latest, and most deed- he walked across the road to a shed tree to Albert J. Russell Superintendent nod in a clear sweet voice the dying cUild ago m one ot the rilflll'rnnlng into :;

'ldentific treatment to tho-e asking hi BRADFORD CO. FLA in the rear of the Gait Hotel and turningthe of Public Instruction whose untiring began to sing the hymn. "Nearer, fny Orlautlo. A' very h"udUlle young lady .

!' I. STARKE, weapon upon himself put a bullet efforts for the past years bavo infused new God to Thee." was on the train who bad a grip-sack; ;

}..6an. to the country promptly- attended., through his head. Death was instantaneous. life into public education In Florida and The doctor and the nurse stood trans also a corpulent: old gent who went Into e .J

es of females and children a $r-cial- who deserves the ''gratitude of -all who fixed. The other patients in the silent, the slrcpcr. engl i* birth. and sent the : t
.
tv. THREE CENTS EACH! have at heait the intellectual moral and darkened ward leaned on their elbows and porter fur lL grip. This ebony functionary ; .
his : : .
lecidence-_ Once at in City East Starke.Drug! Store or at: ooss, Cypress lumber has entered more largely social elevation of the people." drank in the sweet melody. The 3rst earned him the young Uuly' baggage ,. .

t "Th. followin "nok. are :>ublI.h Hl In neat pamphlet form. printed from poMea.ljVIs. tnvj. on *nn.jpiper. into consumption during the l last five years Tue teachers und1-atudtut8 1'-: ot Leon verse completed, her strength began to and when the adluiiUhed C o. g b c

I an in/la-d' then 1l1Omel.lllnstrated.and furnish to the. H"T ina a"lI are of without tie! I'e eirej.uun an opj:. .r c"al.:::".. :r. -tohterture *M.> -.,:"t..t'Itibed :h 'best) than ever known before. This fact is Academy planted quite a number of trees fail and with it her voice and only .tlje hauling forth the dainty night h .
? F. FIELD.igBRICK 10 tb7ds7! trihTSo,, toEn. frn n.... In any otlirr i-er.t. t'-et.e c,cut o.U vou. ti.it mnorTb and shrubs at the cluso of the public ex- kicked up such a rumpus &to call. the '
(< distant music of the
,, .J. I tvh:cb they are here oJ"reX Each 4.1&1111. corn, :".t. lo! :.M-.I; owing to the advance in the prices bummmg-like a5r
/ "me 1 thP pncat A !\- 1. 1'v'i. r r,iiH>r J partly student of conductor the oceue. Uuiler the
UnMe* The faculties and
ercises. upon
.I! yo' v'u .'.n ( rnt. Con. I, Tie rorwll'iil. .,. of the could be heard. That
MASON'S WORKPLASTERER. & W..4.1 toO:: ". 'i ;.e,.I': '; :., ( ... f. J. 1:,) I Northern timber and lumber but more hymn,
t.ID. d.-'p.n. .",1 II.'D.'. "II".. lfloI '1 It.. 1'1'1! tl .:, LtO. .A Son'. Iye. 'dA 4'ot ...... I these two institutions bare kept Arbor skillful pr"stidigitarlan touches of
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:i WoUC.t .stllI. .. ft 't..........r. A"\ rll":.,.' ..... d n.."w"nd"1 I:";!..).w ..t.i J.w.. 'A;;od.: .1 ::.. _, '....'-:. lOf to the fact that the merits of ceased she heaved a sigh, and all ,was the frills and
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-G. Iho n.1. I.iro. .. .. ;a". Day in a very fitting manner and it is man of'nuny experience
... t.e ;
ALLWORKCUARANTEED. ul lOa: '"''t..tio.t ul ...,... ,; ..1. r..lr.. '1r: r :a. over. I
lul."I..n. : A lumber
rtt BOX41 STAKK.K: .;, FLA. ._ lli.4.I.lL... Otl..r 5ktcht 1'1 (I :u'; :."...J ,Leo 1.:1....... '" ..,... I.T a... .!.'. u" uU'-;';' ,c"prp.ss are_ just beginning to be hoped that substantial good may come ruffles were all 1! safely tucked away' ..-

Jt July 80 '87. tf. ...".0.,'.rt.sbr.. ",.,,0.1,, E'rfl.,\ ...J. ,. ", ..rn", tIO....i-iercI.. .\.,..t.,!..d.'",.funny T'TdO..,D.."1'1"", 'In 01 1'ructleU A iovrl. r> i::..to\ii. found out.- Daring the coming five years from the lessons which its ceremonies are Mr. Henry Simmons awoke one night and carried'10: the owner whit an expV; -
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;/i4 .kt.w 11.h. iu o.t .nth"r IT ". l> d ... ,. will know and nl88- -
1.1" A..nT. ... more last week about 11 or 12 o'clock
I r '' 4.1. rv consumers andjbuilders the first
-b :.e ... .. A : hfter ahot-k.
.t r'.t. tinn who.
I a-. .,.. A ."... T..I lIlu"l: Lt.y bu The I..ii. ... ... .. .. designed to teach.A ret'herself .
l>" ".u. '.4 i.: loci
-TlHi U -( > 1 heallrc I I > : -I" .1 and for
the meritSIf; lumber wife from the bed went to
i- -IDC' 'I'1" \MJJ Ikdnll .. "., 4. i' !I .\"'. "t.. : _. .. about cypress ing his sufficiently fcb tbe
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0. L. KEENE, 1 ('L..c" "''' :- ..ri....... >* C.Nl L I'WWt.....10..1' .. IUU A '.1." ...! ., ... "'1. F :---.. ..- ..... will not us if the prices for it As be out the door of his iouse t !
...........nrM_ an .n..o.. : I ..111I.. "' .. I.. '!t.I" J ,3y: ..';;..turi': P1s'ICUt.... A.- .sc1L4'n .... it surprise Chicago company! has closed the her. went i by tbe rm and wh I", into .
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Iillinery Fancy. Dress Goods b) p. .'. h.', ..."I' "I.r.' : :..rI...n..'. I.r.... ul.wlI".I"cL...... rD.11'f"'n"u.. ...... ... "' :.0.... =.. ': ...... ',r"n..,. are doubled within that time.-Southern he was horrified by comic g in contact witb ."
. .. '..!I.'I.m-. trade for old Libby prison the price being query..WaIwus
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p.-. .. :,. .. '' r.n Lumberman. W suspended l> a from the "
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PARASOLS.8Uk ... .... .,. ..i .. rd n.. .. .. '.... ;. : it stands.The youug ouc .
.OTIONS. KID GLOVl S. ;t .. : tI'! ... .. "I"1 l.o-I..I. .r. > I. : # Jo': $23,000 for the entire building as .
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.. which discovered Jo
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," Umbrellas Zephyrs and all kinds I...... ". ,. ... .. I. .'.... r.f......n.,......': a..d.lcAIII..rk..u'.lb.. ... T.t: :.t'. ". ".:.It.,,,". ..r.,")": ."."... A A :<.'.....' 1.. ..11'" ,F,.1Ir.1.cr.......". .I.1IU"Y"T..hil' .. I The Postoffice Department has decidedto company wi'l move the building and the lifeless body of his wife who .U is GirIannb
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of material for .. 'n"- 'horIln' ,.
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1h- t'.,f.,::1ir, ('"... .U"n..:. "......11I. .aJ coP"I..' Fct. I 'r-I.. 1.-C : tit.f!;"- I'I--' ..".. "-...I.. I" :\JI'r"I'nn.. arm postal clerks on railroads*where put it up in Chicago with every brick supposed committed suicide by ha iing. .
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tZ_ II .. r .1.. \ 0-,1e: *of vIvi'twn r'.I? ...a..d. attached train No one knows the cause further thn.the }')\
I:.. ',:E I" .K, Cl' I ...lra' Ea' '" ... th. &uthr .. they are likely to be by piece of timber, board shingle and nail a :
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mpt i..rt..u.. that she has been .
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"J"h? fl,'"I ID .'rf'R.I.. '.. .. a ..a' I/ 1. :"ti ... robberi The companies have as near in its original position as possible |
; \ >t Bay bt.: Cor. Laura : '.1'"' i .fltr$ t...ltl... o..L D7 lire. II.\ TICTQIIOr express
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Vii old Man't Sae'rtBe*. A >a I By II ra. 1'lte t.,nrormU Cabin. A ](OT ., 'f on its new site by mill stones in John Hayes' new corn -
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STItrJV5 8 v walls and roof to shutoff and his
both Hayes onAnurcw ear
mill burst
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tiie'tarke! .TelegraphPUBUBHED i OUK W4SI11SQTOS LETTER.WAsaiscjrojr. Proceedings" qf the County Cornmjs-; I! j esolycd, hat the jail buik'iog be re: Biiy let rCl\Vp Print.A JSurscryTrccsAiul U. D.rIIMER J '

Ff b. !888. ceired atd the jail committee discharged. .
cipnersi
D. C., Feb. 131888. 6' '" r Large Assortment now on: fume
-- .f: B )ud met at 1O3O, c. m., all the. piern- from. further service.. .'
To the Editor.C't$ut ELEOSAP : KELSEY LUi f S A SPECIALTY
._! WEEKLY AToTiKKE : hers pivsvtit.Minutes! Ordered! that the monthly allowance of

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA The question as whether Statistician I of. January meeting"'rea4 ,U4 Ue!) falfu riqg gained.paupers.bejncrcasedas Fruited some last season in Nur }y. i
Dodge of the Agrcnlturial Department I 10 I Send to A. Callahan
--: follows 'I.C. WEBB. to go or pot to go seems likely to be- approved.Col. 'p Melro.se, Florida..For ..
L Peek) presented a. pelitjonpr ; froin ?5.00. lo'$7.50;; that of Rachel Jackpgn U -
Editor and Pritqr.jiib&rIptIon cprne one qf the great national issues. p. .. Cataloguej of'leave order with
from $ to $0 month
HU resignation has been demanded by yjng; ? that the Board make an aPP rJ1= ? :90 per "' : J. C; t'I,\llX. Starke.
price if piid in adyanc ation fur the of advertising the Ordered that the paupers be allowed a 'f-jj' .
the leading men of the country, purpose tji:
It not .id In advance 91.50.: EarlinjibsorHwr t9baeq solicitftd. Transit facilitesat __ _
fl.on ; p After monthly Allowance, viz: Victoria Bikes, Inspection __ _
will Ixt notified when hiefiubacrtption and others, and petitions have been received resources of the city. considerable

in out by e large croM after from tbj) CotUjn, Bjchange ad discussion the Board refused to make aij y $2.50; Eliza :Young, $2.50. ., and E. C. tarke oEboajt at tValilo.

- hJB p.am, ;'anc' if. not ordered otherwise Produce Exchange of New York askingfor appi opt iatlon.Resolved Crum $2.50 per"month. .' In order tcuextend nnrsQry and erecta WATCHMAKERat
.
h. paper will be promptly toped when Resolved.Umtjthe Treasurer all S trult'evaporator., w* otter part of"our .. .
Communications warrants -
hi retention. that bridge be built pay _
vubwripilon a new interest in -.A ND
Ur expires. I young bearing grove, or part r.t \
1 Jlort rticl en of public Interest wilt being repoiyed daily from various sec across All gator creek on Starke and \yaWo nowoutan4ing.. : issued. for work S- all or unimproved fruit land at a decided I I

- I reeetvid with' pleasnrftnnd published. tion's"of the country both for and nfrainsttjie road, and that the same toe let out i;planter and material ,used in building} city jail I, PURELY VEGETABLE. I bargain? -1O orange'trees 2,500 peach "nYfELER1Il" .. ; .

.)Jat In'writing write plainly mod makp n4a.Ire, and between thA two fires build- out of the special or building fUOl.l 5.000 Krtsey plum, #Japan persimmon _: FLA.&vea .
Also that
to the lowest bidder. the ,
your story as nhort 5 poxsible. Peopledo It acts with extraordinary t*8p y 9"the and select fruit in grove, many of
other
.
the Commissioner rf Agiiculture find. Resolved, that the lime of the JeCi" to repairing Watcbec
not ear read long winded articles.Stnrke holding
V ins of the bridge acioits. Sampson river be them now bearing. Can reasonably expect O locka;,. iry.&a.&c. AU ;

''W Fla... Feb 1? 188$. himself aLa, loss $ to the proper course let at th 9 sainc'time.: regular monthly meeting of the Board of 1IVER KIDNEYS, ._ in season of 18S8; 1,000 bushels of at for. cash.. ,. Enquire. work of Rich dor.wipes .
Coniuilsiloiifrr'saya he of ard& < -
f
2.VT bughel3
; : Kelsey -
to IH1rSUA. The the. County Commissioners. be changed from j : Peen-to peaches, j
p---- By request pf Board, Sheriff Epperson -a BOWELS
AND of The altitude -
considers {'be position as one of,the most the first the ,second plimiM. 1,000bf.xes oranges.
: Affording! to JLet of Co'.yrcs in to Monday in each
let out the building of said bridge to lake protection, quality soil and .
;flc Rut O fce, Stark, fla.t at Bseond important' under tho government ipd the lowest bidder. The bridge across month; that the uejt meeting Qf the AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR subsoiU'ftanift; trees* upfertilized indi- f3. $VIE'V-.
that he will be in no haste in taking I Bowel Complaints, Home" for C .' ,
Vltut Matter. Qoard be held on the second Monday in Malaria cate.a "Uran'l a largo variety J foCI. Io .
and .
let H. M. Parish '
to
was '
Alligator h 81d"Ueadacbe.
buds U '
the DyBpepsla. fruits. Orange
action, but will carefully consider Mar'cU of choice years --4 ortr
made against T. Richard for $150. and fho contract next... H. F. YORK. Cop tipatlon. Biliousness old endure l the big freeze and are bearIng .
been
have
to nttive Japan can couiplainu} that Jaundice CR..F
journals
According Clerk. Kidney; Affections golden fruit. Pure soil water roll- t
frost of a phenomenal giantess. Though Mr. Dodge before either asking for his awarded to them, and the Sampson river Mental Depression Colic I ing-iand, nomarsTi, bold lake front south ,
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only twelve and five months of resignation or deciding to retain him. bridge to L. T. Richard and W. II. Ed- Imperfect. digestion and assimilation aide Geneva Lake, near Lake Santa Fe. i-;\ -
years age. IPfo4uce
itself f the few wards foi $30, and the contract awarded I
Society is availing > disordered conditions of the WMIiy MEDICINENo
she is Said to stand eight feet high! and to
Jays that are left to it before the adventof them. system whigh grow and are confirmedby i : TREE AGE.NTi J.
weigh over two hundred and seventy fqUlT C BECK IR.J
the lenten treason, and "events" follow The following accounts were approvedand neglect.l Dr.J. II. McLean's Utrength- ,
pounds: her hands measure over nine inches Household Should be Without It .,. Am prepared to fill all orders for ,
one another in such bewildering confusion ordered i aid, and warrants issued in enlng Cordial and Blood Purifier, by its I
"
.
in length and feet fifteen inches. peach pear and other fruit trees at the :
_. that it is quite impossible to even favor ot the same: tonic properties, cures indigestion and and by bUng kept ready for immediate uj.'
Will save many an Lpur of suffering aZ lowest possible prices. Special bargains
The Pennsylvania! railroad corr/Dapy/ is keep) an accurate account* jjf them. The J.V.. Kehlum Co. 1 reasurer.. .$ 8 40 gives tone to' the "tqlqach. $1.0O per many a dollar In time' find doctora' bills. offered by the 100 to 1000. Trees of.any f COMPANY,

running excursion trains to FloridL The. reception given on Thursday eveninglast G. P. Young, lumber for jail! .. .. 3 56 bottle. "ER IS BUT.ONE kind, variety or size furnished. I have .'

round trip tickets are good for fifteen I by the President and Mrs. Cleveland, L. Witkovskl clearing aiound and For" sick headache! female troubles SIMMONSLmaR 'also orange trees, by thQ 100 or 1000 from

gars and include meals and sleepers. to the officers or the Army attended and Jjfayy of curbing well at jail, and for neuralgic pains in the head, take Dr. J See(nat you flet the genuine. with rod "Z"on 3 to 6 years old, at botton prices. I invite REAL ESTATE; & LOAN BROKERS IITr (

These rates art> low enough and the eoergrtle was the moat numerously brlillancie.al'} freight and blankets about Jail. 4 75 II. McLean's Little'Liver'. and Kidney front of Wrapper. Prepared only by persons wanting fruit trees of any
the card reception whose Fillets. 25 cents a via. J. H; ZEI LI N 4. CO.,So!.Proprietor Dec. 23. I tf
managers deserve patronage to the have adorned the social panorama of the John Tralie.repairing: bridge across Philadelphia, Pa. PRICE. 100. kinds vines, shrubs, roses or anythingin : JJTARKErLIVERY'STABLE

full limit.of their trains. Olustee prpek. ... ." .. . 235 If you spit up phlegm,and are troubled this line, to see me before purchasing '

season.Times have been lively in both houses Frank 'Smith, repairing bridge with a hacking cough, use Dr. J. II. Mc- NOTICE.Luwtey else 'here. I am connected with Berek- : 3

The jxjople of Florida do not want to .. Leans' Tar mans and other celebrated nurserie:.and .
of Congress during the week. lu the across Swift creek. .. .. 3 00 Wine. Lung. ., Balsam. -. -
undergo the grent expense that would attend I guarantee all orders Will he filled with AND. t
Senate Mr. Rlddleberger has rfRgatgdly TKLEOBAPU, printing ... .. .. 21 50 lu cases of fever and the blood .
ague Growers' Associa-
an extra session of the legislature to Fruit exactness of kind.aut variety wanted
insisted upon discussing matters In open M. M. Hale, collecting revenue.. 11568T. is as effectually though not so danger- FEEp: 41iQ "SALE STABLES t
fix the charter of the of Jacksonville tion.LVWIEY I determined to
up city as am give satisfaction,
session which it had. een decided"to J. Burrio, holding inquisition.. 3 00 ously poisoned by the efiLiviuiq of the I

even if Ij.} was callta'H n4e F pretense I discuss only in executive session, and T. J. Burrin. holding inquisitjpu. 3 00 atmosphere as it could he 'bv the deadliest ,. Fla., Feb: 2d, 1888. so that-I rail do business with the same "

of creating .needless nod useless encumbrance -. although be was each time suppressedHH J. G. Alvarez, nails and locks for poison. Dr. J.lcIeal1's CU.U18 1o Wlom. it .Nay Concern. : parties* in the future. -,*

called State Board of Health. .xpeditinm ns possible, it was not jail. ... ... :. ... .. .. . 892 and Fever Cure will eradicate this poi- Be it known that we, the underpinned i Oince at Oardiiier! fc Pratt'sEstate fpal

Tampa Tribune. until after I ho had favorpd the newspapermen Truby. Sternberg& Co. paitof act. BOil from tha system. ->0 i-u a bottle.. have associated 'ourselves totrc-ther under' ofliee Starke, I-'la. ,
of 'iTIic LiiwtL-j' Fruit Growers :
_._ I the mine !
Some of the south of \yth cherished secrets of the star- of Sanders & Cunlell, tmusferud Association' nn people us want, Frequently accidents iu the : _. I I 4 1 I
chamber which were never designed for work .. occur \ 8t"ti"pf"Flor lla. approvedAug. :
Gen. B H. for on jail . 4805 of tlii- :
Joe
Wall others want Judge i household which cause Luraq, cuts,
the tact
the public etr. Were it not.for 8th.-18i8"nn.r{ f.i.iended Jjy an act \
L. Witkovjki, ; on Co. L. C HULL
L. for Both Jive in money psijd! and bruises lor ii such
Mitfbcjj Governor. that RMdleberger occupies !i- prair! ; use ; approved Felj. Hth. 1874 enitled "An ,
Tampa and are men of brains and char tlon PI in.l'which his vote upon party'jj Questions pp'I- jail. .. ... .. ...:. . .... 1555 cases Dr.\ J. H. I.Lean' Volcanic Oil Act to Provide for the Crcifion of Corp* ,

acter. :our second choice lies in that I may frequently turn the tide in N. D. aKllman, 19 00 Liniment has for many years been the rations." 4 CONTItACTOK: *& BUILDKU. .,. I.
E. J. Wainnght. lumber for building B. A.. TODD. Prcs't .. -
Commercial. constant favorite family remedy. A." 1V ; 'zFlrstdasi
direction.:Leesburg favor of either party !it is nrpbable thata
LEWIS.
river .. 4000 M. C. Sec'y. STA1JKE, FLA.I I furnished
Sampson bridge. turnouts at all .
Either one of them would do credit to motion would be made to expel him J. CIWVSIIAW, Jr.. Treas. "

"A. their Slato and party.-Tampjj Tribune- from the Senate. H. F. York. Clerk and Auditor.. 36 4L 21 You will have no cause: for spectacles and 34 others.Si8JlijWBEaa )LASS and specifications furnished on I hours day or nii'. i j
if Dr. .
use J. H. McLean's
you Strengthening Gin trial.
us
There is to be held in this city on the Wltkovski money paid Sanders sho rt notice. Carpenter work solici- 'rerms1IlasQble. a :

ThIs winter's blizzards have hefthe} 25th elf March a notable gathering of & Cardell for work on jail.. . 4 00 Eye Salve: it removes the film and ted and promptly attended to. : ANDREWS' & ALVEREZ,

biggest of big advertisements for Florida. under the auspices of the National L. Witkovski, clearing around jail 4 00 scum which accumulates on theeye balls, Hand made brick for sale either at lilt. Starke. Fla. !
womcji
subdues inflammation cools and soothes I .
kiln !
delivered
at the
or depot. -
With 60 deg below zero and frozen carcasses ) Woman's Suffrage Association I L. Witkovski, uip4ney paid Wra the irritated nerves, strengthens weak .- July 30. '87. tf. pver ,JU ,VUO !::'J''LE_USE'IPY' 'i

.i ooe end of the line and sunshine and the Convention\ 'is to be 'n International -! Strickland for work on jail. 2 75 and .
failing sight. 25c a box. :
and flowers at {tjg other it is not hard to affair, and. wll mark the fortieth Wm. Strickland work on jail 1 H 85 GROWRSTake. 3EJD3
.
,make a choice. anniversary of tho suffrage move- H. \V. Epperson costs in the case I S. TEMPLE.. Il-I (dmittad tobatbaZ e i.

ment. It is expected that representatives pf inquisition held on body of NEWS-HERALD ,i :. Larest 5..dame" .
the world. -
Florida. will be present from France, Ger- G. C. Miller. .. .. ... 14. 9.1 Notice. I >.H.F 10 tULYCO'S \

The Stale of Florida presents the labor- man:, Denmark, England and other foreign John Hall, bailiff to jury inquestof FLORIDA'S GREAT DAILY, TE1YLLE'S MILLS ..Uln1.d IlY..,. ..

prand capitalist the'"merchant, the sportsman I, countries. The Congress will last a G. C. Miller.. ... .:1.. 100 SEED ;

: the professional man and the mechanic week and paper will be read by IJelen E. L. Odoms. salary as Supervisorof DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS. : ITT. AMaNUFACTURER ANNUAL f.

-, the. .farmer and artist, the manufacturer Taylor, Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. Stan ton, Registration 1st quarter.. 25 00 Published at Jacksonville Fla.. IN YOU WANT THE HIGHEST For 1883wiUbamailad ..' .

and the botelkceper alike, un- Mrs. Frank Leslie. Mrs. Gage and numerous II. ., ;
W..Epperson cost amt.as sheriff Every Day In the Year. FNEETOAU. .,
Cash Price and quick returns ship ;
others.A I
rqualed l .opportunities for investment, em- case of State vs. P. Thomas. 3 60 pplic lut nta_, aadto '. -

nlorment,enjoyment. and trade.It most dqt termiqod.e.ffort i is being J. W. Yorbaugh, wild cat scalp.. 3 00 : KAYflG TSB XZuLuuYC TElNCHIffB OT TBX lULL your produce to cua&csdIs wiab- -
oat I&
made tjy the representatives of the Mc- \ .
'lies nearer the equator than any L. Witkovski, work on jail . 1 34 UNITED PRESS OP AND DEALER 11: -- Invalua I.to all.

pther Slate in the Union; yet it is cooler Donough and Gray telephone interests J. G. Alvarez, moneY' paid for DESPATCHES Sawed and Dressed Yellow Pine Card.n.FIeIdorFIoet. Every' pcnoaumc '
to net aside the Bell patents. The con- INCLUDING A SPECIAL
John H. Newton
in summer than Montana, Oregon or Col- test is being conducted before the Commissioner labor on jail. .. .. .. ... 37 gt CAB: NE'W'S SERVIC Lumber of every Deseriptlan. and P iBS> SEEDS OIII4% AHmV

orado.'because of the"sea. It has the of Patents and the motion Andrews & Alvarez, hauling material Quality. 0.M..ERRYaco..DeuoltMieh.. |

most eqilJhle'cl mate in the world. It is a made by the contesting parties is that an for jail... .. . 5 2 FROM FOREIGN LANDS. .? .204 I>UANE St. N. Y. Laths, Pickets, Railing, ftracketa ,

health resort for thousands. interference <,e declared between the Bell Morgan's Bazanr, receipt book FLORIDA STATE NEWSBY PARTIES GIVING TillS HOUSE and Finishing Lumber constant on T.ikvICURt- '.,

: Jt has 84,714.6(10 acres of solid land patents an'i the applications of Mc- Treas. and stationery for Clerk 7 75 hand

and 8.400 square miles of water. Doiough) and Gray. Should the motion M. V. Smith. Co. Conllni siulln. 8 20' WIRE AND MAIL A SPECIALTY. a trial will be famished crates and Sp cal! attention; given to Fill- :

,. It bas'7.200 miles of sea coast. pre 'an patents will be granted to the J. S. Andrews .1 6 40 The XXCXBBITT of having in Florida a clean, .stencils I.ll .' lug Orders with Dispatch. I :

It bas 19 large rivers with a total inland contestants which will continue the uionojoly I.. Witkovski II.. 1700P. boteat straightforward metropolitan daily.new* CLARK :

of than for an additional of 17yours. paper, devoted toDEMOCRATIC 4.l. Scroll WorK "
navigation more 100.000, | period P. Wynn. coroner inquisitionon If

miles. .. Among the prominent attorneys bud,' ot G. C. Miller, including ," UNITY AND SUCCESS. II. E. CLARK, I

,"'* It bas 2.000 miles of railwayS: present at the hearing were ex- enl\tor mileage and other expenses. 11 20 |nUbe; proper representation of the State's businee Agents, Starke, Flat N1 FITS! 1 ;

It produces 'more than half the sea- Coi'.kiiug and Col. R. G. Ingerxotl. II. C. L. Peck, livery bill bcnditm for Interests, caused a large number of' wealthy citizens Vegetable and
to form a Joint tockcompatli vo that end- nd by OrangeCR4TES
J island cotura crop of the United States.- Justices jiurrin and \V to qnl I ,
nii MOENINO
'- _. .. ) hiig the two dallies, the NEWS and the .
.4
.'S.. .. t b'. 4., ,wcnA." .- I Qe mcnatlc Principles. hold inquest i over (;. C. J\1i1l r.' {150* I i Hini and p, providing an abundant capital.new material" $500 REWARD. I stop When them I say for CURB a lime I. and do not then mean Lavathem meN'lyo.return -. -

A. E. Moi It, in m for jail . 235 I a competent staff pf professional jour. ajrain. I MK\N A ICADICAL. CURL
ihat; Florida Will Ral .. naliitaj;thcj have afforded the people of Florida* A KEWA'RP OP FIVE HUNDIIED I. have made the disease of
This s the platform adopted by th < U ... .__.. 793 eprleseutAHvo DOLL.t1\ be paid by the County of ; .
Two crops o{ millet and one of Irishpotaiocs'ciui young\ men's Democratic flub of Massachusetts .k work and iron for jail 40918L. Daily Newspaper Bradford fur the! arrest and conviction of A SPECIALTY. FITS, EPnLEPSYorITAIXING

be nbrd on Uic ime land in : Witkovvki. c
p'rr.i .. : : The following wirrunts were issued to which it 10 devoted. George C. Miller in the \town of Starke on ,.
1. The functions\\ of the general govern on the night of .Jaiiim: Is-t., 1K88OfferQi I A life long study. I AURA NT my remedy -
':Foi\'Q ]\'it1c'% n\ t 4'f.oet pCt ment shoul'jfebe strictly conned to the I paupers as monthly allowance: THE DAILY NEWSHERALDHas \and published by order of the ALSO FOR sALE failed CUBA U the worst ea"t' Hocaixe 'oHiers hare .I
wes no reason fut not now rt vlviug a carl
010.tt: \ :t \nOne powers conferred by the constitution. Thos Gakm;.. ...... ...$1250 the Acknowledged Board of Couny ('nmmi5Sioners. of Brad- Send a*,once for a triMiin*and a Fu,.:. BOTTIJI ?

pile ):ec; '_ an.i! firm resistance made'to the demo rallying -.I W. II. Warc .. :. . :.. 500 LARGEST CIRCULATIONIn FordTounty, Florida. Of 01 T:iKrALLlBLE omce It Kf eons.MEDV.ion nothing JiVP EtprrMandiFdst for a' :,
LOUIS WITKOVSKI
'he Lr.izcr. onions ,
We'r \ T ; 'U I Emelinc . .*. r, trial %nd it Will cure oti. Addre-
tendencies of the republican party. Malphut .. 2 50Kizzic Florida.SUBSCRIPI'ION Chairman Board of Commission i i' )
than o 1 .portion the oo1ralLte County r l /T Th, :
licy pf \
iix, ; 2. The of federal taxation should Ben. to u.,.. .. ... ... 2. 50 ers. ATTEST: fJ D': HC.ROOT.M.c." 1.83P *1LST..NEW'DRr .f ,

\( and us large as .those imported nut be used power for the benefit of individualor Rachel Jackson.J .1' .. .. .... ... 2 50 PRICES : II. F. YOUK. Clerk of Circuit Court aud 1OACRESo') ,\ i i,U. \ ; __- 1' .< '

from foreign countries \9.supply .''ttde.I1. N.JfForsytho.. .. .. ., .. .. 250 One T.ar................... $8.0O Ex-Officio Clerk and Auditor for the %!' KE"I WCUYCOUm ;

There G ri
T; ( nil ffi.s. .. .. . . . 300
Three Months.. Kl.oIl' rnc l*iMfate. ? "
tijrkeLWe .3: No more revenue should be raised ............. 2.00 sad *li I ronMrlMt.. ,
\ aalina Gil iard.. . . . 2 00 One Month Clue via toy alive M'ftlt&llftor sa oraa* ............... .75SUBSCR1PTIOIIS "Idea. YaacM|>.yii> ..uthIyIs.iita.ot5IV '.
can nUse enough cassava o.n. an acre lU'nn is required for tbe efficient nn.l Eliza Young.'. .. ... . .. 250 *ch. A.u. .p.-t ...,hvthobtr. .bst .ud b.l
TAKEI BY ALL RESPONSIBLE IEWSDEALEBS. : of Insolvency. LANDSuitable Mi,.: l-b>>ll..>4 ul.01..t,. .M4.
to kecr cow a economical ndrmnistratioa of the ..._
1\ yenr. govern- d'i.e.Irrs.j. -.I. Ia..IIi.I.J ? !
E. C. Crews.. .. . .. . .. 250 VJ. SHwMAN ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ."rt>.-;Fnud n-t m nup .f FlrM, '.
ecsadMfrnIneIght tofiftteu barrelsof ment. .j: -. 01 WUUara Hayes late ?f BraJJonJ 'I lib ill new litwn au-l rmilrrxul tmetote .tMT .
lUupi .
VictnriSikes.: ... .. . .. 250 THE r ::, .. f;
PEOPLE'S PAPER. county in the State of Florida deceased having nric L l.i" ( f O.Roe UK.J.ck.o.vU..YkFLORIDA.
sgntanc *ynip to"iht .lc ,' w"rth 4 Raw. material should: be. freed, from. Resolved, that the hall of Court House Many filed in this Court a written suggestion off 1119 for Orange Groves, in Lots .;.
from $100 to 'I'i. 9 :' ; people residing at a distance from daily railway. Insolvency of said estate.notice i is. hereby given .
reduction the of
import duticsrand a r tar- be and is place- in the hands of Louis communication do not care to take a daily to all persons having Upiiug Against said state 10 acres and "0, as mabe wanted .

We can raise appleVTapricots.! pears, riff effected as recommended President Witkovski Clutiqnati. and that heJe allowed newspaper. For these and others la published to Me the MOle with me, duly authentlcatt- according Nov 1-ly. '
-
-. to law. on or Itefore the 3 il tlay of July.
.
nectarines shaddocks .
plu lemons figs, Cleveland ra his message to. the. p.rescnt. the use. of. it. for. s.uch.. c.charitable. A. D.. 1* rJS. R. RICHAirrr. ;
blackberries, mulberries i..1 Starke.l'uJan. 2,2S8S. Couaty. Ju. /.Ce. *
I ,
Soap.
congress.taaintained and Weekly Soap. S
.t. .1 ." 1 political pprp/vses. &* h. may deem pru News-Herald ap. J'
't"'te..ocllon" pumpkins. sweet
.
*
t ,
I T1wJvi1 ,eruce 1Iw.1t, b. dent. Anew receipt that will n ake .'
romci n. Ua.hiy celery. pea iUtocs Ir1si: ): OUT EVERY THURSDAY \ I
collardi nd the course of. the adn\lnis. Ordered that the B/ad and Bridge Commissioners NOTICE. 30 lbs of good laundry for ,
e g pUutsi. parley.. Containing the cream of the matter pnblished in soap !
cotton. castor grape* bat\nnai, stnwbw t ration to the enforcement of, these laws who served during the years of the daily during the preceding eeven daya In, Circuit Court 4th Judicial( $1.00. This is just the thing for the .

r'es muskmelons Japan plums squiub-I' upheld. I 1886 and 1887 be and are hereby required I Circuit i of. Florida) BradfordComity. Farmers. This receipt is for Saleat i.t
to make One Dollar
Y
Jawan persimmons. Iettu. ( peanuts, eo.1Florida 6. No father grants of public land shouldtpmade report in writing at th.e' mxtmeeting ar.Arfdrets ft i .
$ -
Address
Dispatch. .to railroad corporations or to any. of this Board, of all the moneyscollected only 1.00. U,, ipIlI5rbI&i 'tIt;.!;; .. ,>
: -J4 t by them their J. P. HICKLE CIzep- bc Rmr.'sC.lle:rthe.yord. J> \
during respective
!
0 her; than actual settlers. T. T. STOCKTON Business ,
( Manager.P. 'k"; onov an!C >.i ilc.ii!or.--ml!oi"1 CiW H
{voted Scullers la. FlQfWa wattrs. tcrVlt' of service, account of fines wor. '. **
on
; THE STATE} FLORIDA Lakeview.To Kt.irii.U0 f r I > <-- cf Ictc-Kr v'C
This platform in notable for its good O. Box D. ,7ac*. rttfci I icIi1E1 B'4nr..
i -' and forfeitures. auj.. what. disposition they the first who answers this advertisementand Jh&.i. n>le..:..trnil.., 1. Gi-8,.fr'aU "'fajfff TJ
and sound- Democracy. It covers John S. Noble 1 Agsumnsit ,
sence. f l tor
l-4
It stroke of inl : M'MM'uladllTcl'll.9<-T I"l !e.-'-t.- l\
w..a enterprise a new .4 V Suit' atachin.'nt. mention this paper J1 will send .' nt.-'
madeof said vs. by a recelptfree J.- :.nin.j VTP<-? : i-a 411-r>"-- >
the whole ground and is put in plain money. W.L. P llock. I Sum toW.iO. ht.i.-N.-w.1 line for the F4orid Southern < sworn -
Riilway to
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f .Ic. KpT-n'a. t/.(o.Jt"'.Crt""& ij ->
Indqcf tbo t\oteji oarsmen John Teemer. English, and a square fight made.UPOD On motion of Commissioner Clyatt,.the _wmT1 The defendant..L. Pollock, ami all other 1 I WIlni B.fc%.! i.Pr Jt.t-.rr t .H -*
\ interested hereby notifl Kl 0t.f'. J J. W.
( persons are HICKS
.' John McKt ,nd 41. Harntn to. come to these pnnclples will win.. -Tampa Ttlbune. question of making an appropriation commencement of the" above suit by attachment WONDERFUL '

advertise and are hereby required to appear pleador .
the resources of the county onwhich" .,
:Florida a thu winter .and exhibit their demur to the declaration filed therein by the ,1.--
lelic skill \ape.n"onr waters while those motion Commissioners Clyau- and ReventhtTth)day of May. A D. 1888. the same beIng SUCCESS. ,

\ Bid Woe discourse. I wi KeAchaojt' thioe Beasley voted in the affirmative and Smith After Forty jaarf of the this first court Monday of said will month be taken and rule against day CITY i ECONOMY IS WEALTH. .!
on which they usually row are. covered experience in thai or Judgment
ear wlt1 ''remarkable tales of astounding and Andrews in the negative there beinga I preparation of more them by default. A.H the PATTERNS you wttn to ne daring Uyta I 4
with ice. T e,company give th.q.sculler. ; '' than One HondrAd L: B.RHODES. *.for nothing,(a saving of from$&OO to J4.O)),b1 7 '
ot and will cures of all sects of suffering Salvation tie, Chairman Witkovski voted in the applications for patents la Ft"b.2. ISQG Plaintiff's Att'y.I DI.KBER.\ND n.1lkDRESSER. Vtfccribinjr for I
a prize ,\,90 they puU two
the greatest earth for miio.tive. Ir Slates and Foreign coon- do hereby certify that the above is a true
OJ1. cure on pain.
the first to be about the 4th of ., her consideration laid publisher of the Scientifia notice on file in
races Price 25 centra bottl continue to act as solicitor copy of ihe original now my OPEN A i ALL TIMES. 'THE STARK TELEGRAP] i
oernnlil the 7th inst. trade-marks copy omce. .
Febuary on Charlotte Harbor at the ,
te'Jueats United States,ant' Witness mv hand end seal of Court this February ;
.'terminus of the road and the other It i is. averted thit Booth and Salvinl On motion. the Board adjourned \until to obtain patents ngiand. Francs, ; *, 1888. -AND'a( :>
Germany,and all
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countries Their SHOP
expertfcioe YORK CAUIST.
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a. few tlays later, on Lake. Weir. While; keep their voices cear by 'me ue of Dr. 9 a. m. Tuesday, the 7th iust. is. unequaled and their* .facilities- are uniorpaued. -> .. Clerk.SHERIFFS ?S JUST1 EAST Pemorest's iu* zt

in the State they may be induced to show: Uulle Cougb. 8t.a iLp. l 9 A. M.TUESDAY.: FEB. 7, ik,88 In Draninpj the Patetit and OfVt upecificaUona on short notice.prepared Term.and mil vet* OF RAilROAD.: r

at other and I ii future Time Board convened to ad- reasonably.. \charge for examination of model f
places, rears, pursuant .r drawings Arlt'lce"y ma.l frs '. win constantly keep on' nand full, Vbt' 7agu3IflE4With /
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adepts in fair and manly sport when j Severe diseases are frequently induced journment., AUf. ., the Commissioners Inthe Patents SCIK\TIFIC ohtmredthroarh AT HannAOo.aMBBUoeA IRJCAJ line of the foi lowing cowls for ailc
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ruled oil by Northern weather by neglect ocrIrpr: attention\ at, their be- present e.\eepting Commissioner Clyatt, the larsest circulation and is the Qlod.1nlluentill' SALE. DANDRUFF CURE to cleanse the hair Tw'b* Order for Cut -p.r Pattarw. t .
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WilY; Bewspiprr of its kind bablished In the world. CREAM OF ROSES your own 1.lectiolend any s ;

make Florida their winter. field of pm's. gtunings. La adoj.'X Ul cheek the beginning who had been exeunt*. from. further. attend ude"tanda.The advantages ot such 4t'a:sot'c..'every. pateou- UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of an Execution is- remove sunburn, tan, freckles for the and face to BOTH PUBLICATIONS: ONE YEAH
smoth
The headquarters of l\le scullers wiU be' of disease uoe d.urlng the'meeting. This larke and .plendid'li& .& cueri out of the County Court In and for Brad he skin.A .
'. "pDblisb..d "'K EKL y. 1100 a SZSK ford CountyState of. Florida, dated the 17th
\\ Hotel Copant. au they will do their The baby's cries are,its only tnetho<\ of Th.Cilltiriuan. Clin i'the Board to,order. admitted tnechanics.tc.uiTentions.be the best paper Mcineeriof devoted'Vorks.to scienoe andjl, day December, A. D.. 17, in a causa?therein". full line of Razors nnd Hones constantly 2.50 (TWO" FIFTY).

work, Lake Weir. letting know that it suffers and need other departmenu of "indntrial-ptoJresa.-pnb-/4 pending between Lows Witkovski as plaintiff on hand old razors repaired
.race, on -Flordian. you and., : the following business was done: lisaed in any country. It eontaina the names .t I andagainstIrs.. Mary E. Sapp as defendant, I .J. W.
'. Dr. nuU' Baby Syrup. Price 25 cents, a all patentees and title of erainvention k have levied upon and will sell l at public .sale before lUCKS m
"toilet article, A 'er'* Hair VItor5nnnvid On motion, the question of making an patented I .
ih Try it four utftaUu for on* dolls \ the Court House door at Starke, County ol TARE.FLA. DEMOREST'S
| .: cleanses the cali- bottle.. appropriation to hdvcrtise the resources ofWe Bold. b)newsdealer*. .... Bradford and State'o-: Florida. during the legal .
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you have an inoroellti"to patent writ to I the 5th day Of March A. I>.. -
hours sale.on
.oi'ei'i|ndrnff( cures itching countv' was taken up and after considerable Ml Hunn Broadwa A Co.,.,Sew publish York.era oLScientino fe .Amaneaak. \\ !. the anre ..btoilthe first Monday of said I. or nIl the Magazlfle ,

the origttJotor to Wjheiypu.! are cpnstipated, with loss I discussion.!... .,. it' was decided that Handbook about : *&ooonth, all the foltowine df'scrihalllLndsstuated! ;, : "l .: !O STOBna Pox,.&)OralS LrrnuMATTRACIONS.
., hI BJl\tlfonl Connty. florMa to.wit: 'Y'1f"' shf'
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and promotes _ItsJ of appetite, headache, take>, one of Dr. J. owing to the lateness of the season. it was SecT S WiofNW I andNW ofSVof. P' !: .-<..'. )::)1(. } L._ .' r"k1''S ,, ''fI7U.. AND COXBI5Ilfa HOUaSHOLD AKTIiTIC.MATrtB .
II. MeI.eai"8.Lillie. Liver and Kidney : 2. an.I X E 1..t SB!.a id 6 VX (( N \ n'lUtralf'fi with Original Steel *

\ .} Pillets. Thov ar* pleasant to take an.d not expedient to make. ny approp .alion. is'llls E V of Section 3, all in Township Range. l\,.E H ..".'... t.,. t' t.. .' ., 4ng., ffatoaravurr*, ou fletttrfffane '
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lull' containing 100 acn-s. more or I jl"'r. *"* '. ...:.. ,.. Woodcut*, it lb. .ffOdC&N'9t
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1s for at i making
won present .i c..o
I will cure you. 2.i '..nt..11111.. Terms Caoh; imrch.w-cr paying for titl( \ Ie. .. -." .. ...J PW fine of America. .
._\yer" I Resolved that the Chairman HENRY W EPPERSON t 'I.! S*! M. .- -wil Ve"c :t'it'7.i, ,tV'.Ji.iS ... entftUnl :r ,
and AUdi- .. .. Each Magazine contains order
i-ia. a conpon
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( Sheriff of Bradford Cojuut, : c..- "- -.r O ..7 .t iL.I ....,..- 'I,
,/'zfulbitivee .be and I. llaintuT. *. \ I j. : ,. the holder to the election of any pattern uU-
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Cmupy stitl'iK-ations, night coughs and or: arc hereby requested to examtie -.I Propprtr point 1 out ) .6 1' *" in the.fashion department \that nnmber "gMg .
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all the coinni'tn Directions! of the throat a certain iron safe iiow in Jacksonville FOR TORPID LIVER.A Starte. ::, Feb..1. INW. .1'd: .. 1- r..iI. Librtry, any of tJisize.* mannfactiirud. n"klnc Ptte ? M
..uowl- -. i\\D nY"d fJ" :;. :rrt=.). A"... ;darin? the roir of the value of over th-'iC.dona J
and hung" quickly relieved by D.. J. H. which is said to be offered at reduced torpid liver deranges the IT 1soIoys. -. n.l "'Ot.-r'. r" ';, .: DRMOKESTS MONTHLY 1 I" jm-tly CiWorl4' iP' -

.- to IMi 1'I.PI&I"'c TarVino Lung Balsam. |. rates and report as to value"and Sew, and produce ttxSick i ., ...op 'Y \., ()FtETt.We Model MacaziDo. The Largestfn Form.tile '
Larjp-t In Circulation: the l wt TWO J"
and >
I feasibility of purchasing the 'sam for use Headache i ".of'.T.i..Os"',...1..in" 'f..1- '!- .'l.4b. 1'..,.... Family Masuzina U ncd. 111 be the lit- .
-c'\ '\ j 1IOTJSE & LOT T .m '..11 ..-. _. .. .'.1.stelb*eg ".wij fourth year or.lt i1l1hl C''tlon.and It standa it .
: ill Old snnVr tuiKili from disorders ,. .4.
"" .: jiMijite in the Clerks office. Dyspepsia Costiveness RheuV U In .Hi_>. Sam pay 11 h.p.. ,....._,. ai4 1110 bead of Fa-nily tVriodirals. It contAins P l lIvsre ."
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l *,r th\ isiin: *'v ort'.inand are always ,. STAIHvE. on WaiuutN street for. r. <.".'!. .1' r..1.r.U YCSab.' fir'St>...i B.,-..."..:,, flmi, qnirto. SJIf xllK' Incbw.elegantlyyW ..EZt ,
0 iiinl The jiii committee. h-iving reported matism IX .. hV -.y. .. i::1. .noI wac 'I". nil v 111 u .ta 11-d'publltbcd by W. '
srr' 1110111.1"111! dlM'h,of Or..i. lh.it the \v.ik of Sallow Skin and fiIe, ] :. (sjze of lot acrO) apply bW. I .BEHAL" VlLESu.r 1J'TCI Dean >rest, N:r York t:

..i. II. M Loan's Lirao KilltwHahn' I Luil.ling it hint( been I There is no better remedy foi tli'o {, L/Xoist.iiitn! 'j. or' to'uie al ..AyTiJltiVrf Qs._ S --*\- I3 Etar.*C."CIXX*". Oi,0. And by Special Aarreesnent C", J.
lu hi.uilJitt. ihtir i tioub'''. e.1 l..o< complied, 11m Hal viMtcd it in a body, common diseases than Tiitf IIcca I I i. -. v --. : e?-i lT..w..eeean..m: .._..... blued with
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: Pill i as a trials ill l>rlcc,25c. i 'JL.J.u.J6lV CONS1ANTlNEL LIG.1dt8 ea..az.;.w. Il..
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The I.uAPiLwill ] Dr. J. H McLean's :. __ _
keep "up to I I .;
1771888TYNEW thd times:and II !! !!! Balm; in it they find S '
ke Fin., Feb. especially I Highland hrseiIe-
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--- the NaiiouaJ ehciiou. approaches. I Mammoth I throat,,or lung dis II I Tcttd ,urltle8 fI'es! <.Ji -' ulIuni .. ..

:i I Subscribe at, puce and ,k eep.posted !I II trees, of ny o'wii' -ruwir.:.::.. him .e ,

... in the world's doiiigs. 'tf 4 weather ,utccvit >n ,)f Fruit from.'Majr l(." (KlolnT..jk ; :
getting wet
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We have to thank our many kind More fruit .tiAs we 1Jtiesl are favoruble to I i 2C)0) Lt-Cuiite "ml LCcitt.r Pnlr Itl\j ...
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':penda this i-pek for assistance onjj Starke trees. a t be nso1d' in propose I of the kidneys '-' nil at vor> low prices. 0 'V K u.x.. > .. '
this 1 .
Telegraphy Owing to sickness ..infpar season than ever Befdre. and a preventive and for 11bjIltHI ;'1.In.I:,a -
} >! mostly J ntfttIUH"e by .it4tW,.,.
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peartreeThis : (: f. Irt.k
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the entire issue has been | and liver trouble, 42l _
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; people are alive and wide awake Dr. J. II. )Ic- ( r3' I WL.au' ifTMIICIII MWI.;:- .:

f i left with,.our.f rie&dVapdjhe: deviL00l and are looking t the' have Kidney Balm. $1.00 .. .. lt vt,..". ,_y, be, pl o.,.. .,,*... 4
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with whom
Dolfot turtiicr iuforuiaUun may Itr ,,,
'H. e-v m1 at JTpnesv. :AHeiberg.and .- Jppful anticipations.From t d- !
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Coin, StorZ' Col > Dr. J. IJ. McLean's J' .
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4 1'/1t'., ---' -: "' -"" r live on the "fat of the kndy It .
the r at-Jones & crops. i ; -4t: I
vVi" makes a fellow fed ly take Dr. J. H. Me i ;
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be has "" no opium will .
; i* gboe cheaper tl-n,eye Truby, spread outin full view. Mr. disease of the throat -- I -. .' :J1
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it.:'cmburj ''_ ,.-..: .' A certain young man in town says ping ny oth er remedy :; ST\ If: }.r..'t4 : < : : J..-

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JtO" ; .1..1 .Suiranee. j istltfcr'citv be.would advise every boy or "man very fine accidents and dis tile AMKS MEAKS 94 SHOE w J08&be rafl.r'oJAM&a ,I :.
i' ." f'J.iW.ti -.' ,'.. ,. who JU,4JiS S3 noae.udingi.yoara4a. lWldftl7 } : -: :' ttr..wt'.tur I : '4. ;
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detective cause per notlIgeUUlDC Uou stamp
stones to be heavily i.q pp anpIatal7 attescdHu
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I The th. I' SK. ninl onniInu.tSI M .Wbw- ;.. ; .
,. sure to have his shoes with a good Our to the farmer in JAMES MEANS HA-TKS nf iitiifnn. $2 OCt) : fIUUN "., : *
'.. Marshal is; putting the}) be quickly remedied I ."/ .,:
eteel shank in them for he i is returned f4 ntiju-i moult. jBiyuLlt- ut ih,- mil of : 4- "-
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: i in splendid condition H. McLean's Vol ( $.t' 1 1\ ; ,- -- S4 SHOE (iIthI !4S.'UIi. 3il I VH'U-..43.50 p-r iiu ntb.Jivvry : B 4 '
need
the little Tor .
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piece of steel if he a )
Tf4 //f- S "01 nohr'.flO 1naz u the .hvsntig..4I1Tn..l| U' IIU>M> who I .
1 -Jf'The Rev. Mr. S wen ig conduct- persists in reading and digesting him Miss : : \ IIi S!..V1 ;' pains on' moviug JAMES SWEANS .
such l For lurli.r iurt1iur tiiMrwii. ,,' 'i ,
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revival at the Christian church. trash. his stay bear t : .
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: Another barrel pf sour kraut justTtCMved Mr. .S. C. Smith, of Darling S. C. failing you '
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Dr. J. H. McLean's z Rrrtj : s p fr.iii nc pnrhM
at Truby, St?rnburg & who has been in the M. 4prtlpfif \ 1--.J::..,i t., ,:'1 t.. !:':,r ;III! ,..:C .::-*&1I ." I) -. _,".. *8T -
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for the week in large t I I' (.t.h.I:: ir ,'i..;! r. ;.rr-..n CoV. past the interest of f !a/F/ } 'W/ I '&! Jp.Ihl.aI.Y..I'rhasnt.braho.d.aseveJ'kR..w..lh"- --- -- -
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___. Dr. Kinda text the t night and harassed I. ..-" .;__ .<*. i..;"'T' "lt..l-aiJc. J "it iHt.t.ini :?. uLlt I**;>ri> TiIjI1LODITflELLEo.; -- .
Laura Cone of Boston Ga. l' new laundry soap, T! \ .l '.IUI! .l I '. '" I'. Th";tllm. M.en"II'"nn I. J )j .".tt .1ii'It, .! -
Mis and fcpw Dr J, IJ. 1J Lcan's t 1'I.' I h. s.:.. :t..I.-.no.I.tw.t.r.u.: il THKHfMAN TK ', ---IZw..I 't.i
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leaves for Loujsiana today He""will 1\\ 7 1 .I..I 1.11'-:'-.,. V.'o .-./f'rrr! ..icrt O.:.! JN -vr vi S r-. '
risking tyitb$ hpr uncle Mr. J. M. it will secure p I iJIf .t lip .j.g ,:,. 'hnl a e.t1 tit $2., .R' 0 ,
ii Mr. Star you l 't- : ; : tut.. .\ t
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also l1ilir' .t I'- .. li'r t
canvass Texas. His \ 1 I' }-.ri| f' < | { /: !.l.a ilV
soap gives a prompt and rad- '! '.1 t h' 1. '' 1 .. It !.- 1"- 1-1.1 .h -4lufCrf! -. t.ii- -. vt-IIs "
John and 1' I I ,. < r ( < a : pft. TKIKH f lr as tbf vrjrrt.J'te. Asick'.} : ;
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universal II It" | : !T n. i"f'i l :iiut i- It C' I.c ft .
satisfaction to all washer -t" )11/I / ,.j i it! IA'. i ....L' :ro. r--1 r''q.:''" -' n. 'ir.-:...Iiag h.." btinj trn.il! 1..h..to.I..II..uro.rr..iL:"'. |>b>iit .' ;;
Anoiher invoice of Clothing repeivedlhis special ) /11 .r.- ';: ;, } JI..rJ.-u..tt"- :l '< vn.Jupni will |>'>-<;u":f n ..t.iIii.I .,'. .;. .,..
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week Stern.burg and roquires help .1' ... I f, :nliit4i I lft'4i- .>l-.!wt\. X--UT | .t. : 'n. :
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at Truby, was taking I I. I r"ul'r tiilt-I "xl :-iv> 7 atlvrrl Jf Jml ke .
To energies with Dr. J. i' rI. It-- 11-111.,1: i In i.*':4'1' ..I\.l'l"'i..11 Sb'"*. T.ur r\rr>rne* w.I:1)t. fts4fl mattifl4) li iIf h. ..04d. ....* :I .
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'.AnQt.ber. inypioe i qf Clothing re- I I large and iv&ll. selected stock ofSpring per botlje. The do.'r...nt.lh.''.rr-r.rvfrr, ...qnt hiking abuut tidily t'rM.1t withiq,:00 your I'nltnl reach,Stairs Ia aD18tate and we" TerriUwjr will plan,if thm yoa '''': .: '. lo.11K R KKUTIMXKU.. a .4 I It ,..
expect \, a ci'. I 'U' i:. 1 hn h-n ,"".p. 'I''nd will send us a pustul cnnL : WIJ. :d,11. ii.ratii.',, :. .1 1,. :
: ad this week at Truby, Stern- Goods just opened. Purchased \ '. \V, i a lite ot exposure are wor4 to MI itiMn.H*.th>J IIrlCo."..) ,,.oftlicr$Ft >h".ch U>f the' 1i0 lr: t IrtlrrcftrrtT I la. tt- JAMES MEANS & C IIr.",.,i's -.11.r1Ii: ., ...1ditI.. rurI" It.f"'t'. r. ,,
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and rnir.! it. unit t.t the J m 0. .
neuralgia M-nriJ. Tm durlor M.!' :
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burg & strictly for cash r.nd for sale at 51e.niIsbeitr. CoiutOiiliug lumU id ucli i .t- \ r.
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with the. : I ott valuable bulk 41 Llncojn St. Boston _. :
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a. a remedy f ant right 'C"i"'lon.III.l! tt- iti. D..101, .->sill!l4ii-i'I i* '11 .
[:"tA cirpps can pull more pick boyslifcj0 rock bottom price *" Volcanic Oil Lini :'r': i. U. Ihf:!J.t IJII.1..l1t... Md.'r. "' ....

d girls' out of bed than all' l'leIjiftaiQrtf JONES .& IIEIUERGER.Ppeple *V ; pain and su Ldue in Full line of the above Shoes for sale f I...-\;;-"-. 'tI ri V.le rt.o.. -p..' "
Id1.a. ",IU nm-hiii.il wSih ;iur" 'l..m.ll\ Jrh
in town. arebrginnintto---l -- -- -- wonderat uI.: C. by J. G. ALVAREZ, Starke Fla. ..fr.1r.1'. W. KntfJlf.\(. ; 1' :


The largest stock of Spring Gqods the long lapse of quiet in town.of Hippie. & SURELY CURED. --- .- --_. -., -- .. -- _;_. --_ .

offered in this market is noon nights.I The band has ceased to be northern CDilKtt; L. PEEK ;
yet I II inform your read P A T E N I'Ffl4ttcXLLN S YoiftF.

I 'exhibition at .T onel' & Heibergcr'sCash and the good I people can lie down to successful timely.remedy use for thousands the above of Why -4

I vere \\' 1 ATTORNEY'AT-LAW & NOTARY ,
?11ap Store. rest with no fear of being aggivated permanently'cured. ao weak and exhausted la beerae you ;
Florida two bottles of my reme-
-- to death by the plaintive sounds of readers who have con- n.uoraii, .. blood is impure. As well expect the --f.-

A few pieces of fine dress-goods Mrs.: \i. send me their express anitary condition of *.city to be per- .
the band i ig
in { struggle over the Respectfully STAPKE, P IAI>KO.D; L"vl. l y. FUIKIUA"AnSTIJAOToK .
to make room for jiew stock, feet with defiled water an&defective
pheap arrived in
National airs that make some think I 181 rear) st,,New York. TITI.i ut/ll Jall-o! :
,
Truby Sternburg & Co. the SOLICITOR OF t.itibw I .1 : Mwerage u to expect suclk'VeompUeated -
pot ; : AMERICA 1fiND -jitit-bitiy.
some body is killing a yearling .\ >.I liirtt'Ir:>>'i i,.-.l! "!.it jnsv.Ty I PiTil.AS'irijiitf. piece of mechanism the hn"etobengoodorderwith1rnpre

Mrs Kate Young returned from omewhere out of town. among us. STORE. Lien. Tux Snle. .T LIl :mini. A*. .

She cupying 1.11 lflhii pi IIn'It 11.:1:11'1III'; i'nlilii blood circulating even to ICII'nbau&, ,
------ J
Jaftksqnville Tuesday. was .
Our merchant, FUREIGN PATEHTS lt j'1:11: l A liU> :.17vcttu.r Tii::"-> i-f !1t"I1I1-I :. Do you know that every drop .
enterprising young '
Ukipg iu the SubTropicalA Arthur tiif: in Hriiilfor.i: n-unlv! Florida up h. )fyourtwoorthzeepllosaofb1oodses

._- -- J.V.. Hodges, is giving his old storea flying visit fi'".i'\ ,. .- : ilitli4} of .\.bstrnct.I through the heart and longs.ia
rTii7i:
party of si ladies antI gentlft- gpnera.1 over-hauling. He has Our : I: :: : '.,.".:r-;l'di:,''.I J;\, i.- 325 F. St. Near U. S. .Patent Office. I 1I..I.IIIII.I l ( :., ,1' nm: I Ix-r:{.\ N('J :about two and a, halt minutes and that .%

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Arrived Tuesday on the Cannon -0 ., ro'I"'l'I.l| l' ih, l.iv'lp"| li I L\! Londi Ill\-: on iu It makes bone and muscle, t
peq added a nice awning to the Call ... a. way
very r-- WASHINGTON() I) C.
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making 0-1. Globe. Co.
., '". brain: and and aU other .
the North. 1- nerve spuds ;
fi-qm .
gall! Directly and is inside W" ,
street front :
fixing
up of 'i .1. .' ; .e
riety ;and fluids of the body The blood is ,
,
: l1h hiess before tt f' Unltwl RaU-s ?:iti"itTfttce -
I Ladjes\ call early at J. \V. Hodges' with now counters, shelving, &c. oiuj! (.20))) : 1ffij 7 -: awnilc I t. for mOl'.rat. ,.t''. fal 'ht. 'TH 'l.tT.FLOftIDA *the great nouriiher, or, as the Bible .k
t.e t'ni'oil SUtofi s'D'l !! 1''rt'ifrucountries.
and see that magnificent line of When he gets a good coat of painton the Jap.in :: ,prucumiin. Trade Mark* nml 7x>/,"-/-i:>reirKtPiwlliejected I : terms it, 1-- .

and kinds of fancy the old store will be indeed a i : =_ applications te\h,.'"l nt pi tr.ocuie t.I \ ; I" '\ l "The Life of the "" ."
ginghams a.11\ of C : l I r formation nnj mlvi-'e; a>- to i lit;iiuii: *; J:Il.' ts SPAPEftS

drygpods.Mr. thing of beauty, and not to be excelled of. -t Q. -T .!liri-rfulh, furiiihea with-Mit fhatp: b it any wonder; then, that U the blood
peaches.Mr. .tl"9 Send Sketch Jr Mac!:el 1 for frer I '

of G. U---Stoddard- -- -, of- Maine, is in town as to appearance on [ \V. }:: IN opinion('.piesfpa1ii5 as!to patentati'tv fnr1.t-hl'l, l for;2 T cntg wsc' | 'UU.TIJE PIWPLH. : benotpreanderfect1nitoconstituenta,yon suffer so many Indescribablesymptoms -: -

Hopping, at, ,Vlio Starke House. He the outside, aud!\ low prices on tliu severe j'r'.w 1/Iedicinc: J>%;Corn8pi r'I>ii'Kl.icti ill\t; (cl. I I I I; ? ) .S

i inside. -_.--__.____-.--- 1 --- : Ayer Sarsaparilla stands "head and :' .
with our city and the but was ; Fiat, I,r ..
L pleased I .
.
----- boulder *! above every other ,Alterative ; 44i

:"oontry generally. As an evideneetliat our city is- your city. ; I'ry.scriptioHS\ THE MORNING'! NEWS. ; and Blood Id. As. proof / .

steadily improving you can hardly It is TilE read these reliable testimonies: .
Williams who has been at all hour _.. I
*- .iniji
Mr.GeoS.
: ,
and I H. IJ. hiiJSiL.Printing O. C. Brock ot Lowell Maatv, ears: .,;: ,
find acarpenter who has timo to say :J. t STEAhl;I FRiNTiRii I \ *
the! Cole House will 4Fcthepast2yeanIbav.sold J"J
at ,
topping! his prayers. C.l. Moore has tried sively into En- DailY TimBs-Union. Ayers Sariaparilla. la my opinion, .? .r.. .'. '
leave Monday for a trip. txi South :, Litlioj-rapliinjr, the beat remedial agencies for the CUll \
.
and Cuba. two weeks to have his handsome and ---w- graving, Stereotyping. 2J: ok *I of all the diseases arising from Impurltleaotthebloodaacontaluedlntbls .. ,

flqrida, attractive sign placed over the door. a small I. ". -
,1 .
and Blank j riedidne.Xugene' 0
& JOINER HiJl41i.; AN I:U.UT: PAGE PAPER. : 1 -
ome of our young folks created of his place of business, in full view ing big. : i { T.Hill M.D.,MI Sixth Are. .
J5ook \Inmnwtla-ill [
:: Ifasii-| |-::xttSi! h'4' FranrV.l'ot New York,says t< 'Aa jtAtoooVporifler ,, ." .
quite a little fun on St. Valentine'sday. of the public, but has failed. The berries as the Associto.i PFI-SM Dr. 1: and general bnildar-apof- the.system I, .. ... .\ ,

TIlE LAIIGKST COXCKIIX: OF THE )mtt'lies-- !..D.-. eiu; cut News'r: tvireji have never found{aayjss1sa ..- .. .
is duet
They sent some very aplro.prate Colonel this failure not
.
says F. FLA. KIND IN Till: SOUTH.Tlmioiiahlv ; i !Il.! !' w.I.1.1.:1 Spwinl Tvr ..!!.I Ayer's SanaparUla.7. It.fjfra"i ;.
comical comi L1ities. ,) a want of conjidence with the i F Is not only o' I'hil': SvrvH-.; :n'"? |!h.. %nos coms.. iatlinctlollt. ', s 0.&yer's .

and but is the fquippw) ml eoni pl..hi wilh-I ."".h {Service f i om it< own Curn- 8sapsfl1riivw re aally j 'd' .,:. '

Col. C. P. Casen j is thinking mechanic in his willingness groceries arriving of CHEMM. m il>clt ; (lie lalol' TwarliiuuFy ;u;.1 t tie: I'ulldcllh.I efficacious la 'aUasji Df 'Jcrofula,' "'.:. .. ... -

Itrongly of going into the soap abiJity to piy for the hanging of Store.... __ nuibt skillfulv''ikm 'ii. IK T r,'..rapil (raitgtiiota:itii'. Bolls, Carboaclei,t' _F. ,Homors. r.. .. -
('OllPOl'FI.N'i.Nl'l! \1' rrn rn.ri! all Mi.-'i--i-Iiiiff! Cil.i.if i UKUnf. -j. -
;- Lumbago Caa bbS .1I is, there- IforethevsrybiP
: bUS np.8! lIe is a good fellow, and his sign, but simply tq the fact that ERS, liLNl'NI n l\XKKUS.. COITN{ tn Npciiilif t |t.in evcrWFru't; Gnft\fi ; :. ,

mechanics have not time to attend TY OKFlrEHS. 1.\ H.II EIS.: )lEt( :ct.I ;ar, \\crii to (M'lf lIil ? wlm I. i- .
him our
wish success. :
we hAN l It'. -.iiErii.vNiCs. AND iusi .. lhi!\ niiiil I I Iwinity. I liuifs I lie prici- o*" 1 1N 1-' Spring flduJ.MIIcIne: .

who last to small jobs. NK8S: MEN U EN ElL: \LLY. :Itcl\lll' :.('- I','lx-r. I'I. \ (';.;'Iab1t QuutntJUI .
Miss Lizzie Landing, spent .SnUM.C It bss !aMrCnt1es. ";
:. What i is this world coming "to- lug onJcrs fur u>*.\ !lii: ; I it. tinIK! ,',HIM-S.. :11'1' a! I full :.im C'llmp l.tl'. .

Winter in Starke at the Commercial, I little from viMting f.-inl !ta iiini"lli: : 1 ]'n 5ti-i Ine Vt'r ., . ... .. .. 10fJ) ofCiit1.rBrotbdriBostou."bow :. .,,)t'

|is gain in town and her many friends when a man can take a pifce I or from tt iirm; <;ra nil!tiin !lws.,k ID n u ini -ix i 'i'ntI... .. .. .... . 'lt. ; : : ; :

;T of corset steel, not more than four inolh l.tl:t-r. arc 1' llll.-ll-i i In i fV'c lliiLiaiM t'h".I.I1..ItIl',. .. ... .. .... 2rJh" ersSarsaparllIa :4

ii: are rejoiced to see her. inches long, and pick a hole big : a I lri.il. 1.'JlII .... .. .. .. .. . .. J.I does u1L'.PIpsred1l7 t. . .
rlot.
U. J { 'iLL, Pr..i> r, 4
t. A pleasant little party was given enough to crawl out of, in a $3,000 [ : FMiY ARTICLES Wliilakci St. t5av.nuih! Ga. --. Or.J.C.Aysr&Co.LowslMai. -j. ". fA

JV last Friday night atv the residency of jail. The only safe way to keep a &c.AT .-. -.-. ----.. i uic. F11$1.1zIUlu,. Worthsbott1.. > '. I f .
"
Mr. Thorn Manscl. Given as a parting i is make him in :'.\ ::'* AND FISVIT: G nll\\ 1.ns.'elH: Ipricia ', i Timei ,r. _.1
I fellQW in jail to go \RFFVLLY ISfeesIy, .., : ::-
salute to Mr- Griner and his ytHir nninc and mldrc.-s to the puMNiurof ''J
.
barefooted. iLL IIOUUS.f 0 .
__._ <: :._ |11i. "-*-('!,ti. at .1 Il': on\'ilu. Fli.: EIGHT PA KS.: i -A '" :;

Qoruersattensi'an' xh.e Bible.1 I and get a SH'"pl Cllprt.t ) .)f !n.! /?" /
tchool.Who I and Ripest (
( Fimiy)
.,: Ri tiers" are not a goad This is the title of a most excellent : ; I lid.? J'.tnner: Hud I'm.'t tiii>te-e. nf. i i'hi-m.I iVe-Btt; Hiidache '

*' ed,\cinc. We saw a man on the work recently published, of which '! .tti F tH r 1".'; i;: U1 1 Kip( pa'pi-f(: .di\nii-it let'illir.du.slriHl,!, ditains & \Weekly ii tht South.j. ..,.! :Miiyrs ta 0. : :, :

; ilSoc.l1
r treet the other day trying to pan Rev. Enoch Pond, D. D.,. President vdllptl1lnlIlFI I..rh l. ?' .;. I'nnh 4;1I relief in vain until tbeJ begin lu -ij''
that ll ,, tfii : "" tl.. of Ut .bJI\' .
irtickN \: iv uy cream for "ttwiik. .
iprae "orange mint" on his buggy4indle8to of the.. I Hanger Theological Seminary, to Itajy, I IhuM' t..: :L.!I..l \ vwUivuiiu lUv s.-K.: Only $1.OO pt-r );"rt\.. for.'iixLIB&ILIL : /1iI pet Ayer's the years Sarupafflla.of suffering The they they might rt- 'f "f. t (

kind o' loosen her up, a i is author.Ve take in announcing Glory f.id a-wIh5. r.11t,. -
pleasure vi.l.N a. f-nhtr }: 'IS rr.IW'i t ::t.r 1'.3hvP rscapnl had they tried this remedy : 'Itt

: hle.. that Mr. G. ll. Stoddard is ;:. dv*Am crib's j H.d n'** .. h S. ;iut1 il 15 ,1":1' ,'ru'!Of t. 1 WiE.vIlf.MS l>FFGUKi: "lMrlil- r. The tronU* was oonntltottona t :'<' -

f. _____ in midst making a vigorous wry i-osl f.-iiui'.y; pijtT.x Pt'sifnTM'>:: .:Lniiny! 'f.. not local ;''anil until Ayer's ttenapa- t .1' ".
for clearing now our t1 1 c., etc., etc., r .
l. An Irishman's recipe 1'111" I 4k i ti effortiva ,'otku :
an
;
Tliis book is recommended I. valuablewcipisjiud! I sn pisiiuiMUliold l houseI ?ciul for circulars 1'1'1:11I1"1'? (")'. il-t. t.:1 .* .'' ;- '' 1

t glaM is to drink half a pint of aloo canvass. : \ : I fcin >in3'. A Kintplv (- 'l'\ ejyou IhIic'tg I .' *asVf\aM DloM rnritier.tltey wero ; .1 J
and -
Andrews, Merrill{ ) compelled to imffor. '
breath on hy Uishop* t. \ c .
the Scml} fir -
blow IIlIthilig. fIIfJ..r' .
r" bol at a time, and of our leading ,, ., .\nju.t 1. IffiU.; ( TI!!: I'LojtiD '. fAts.niac ( The wife of 8.vm,*l PajT. 21 Austin ; : ,
by .
many .
\lt and wipe dry with a piece Bowman; it.-' L. '_i '. >t. ; ., t Lowell. Wa_. *. for tim '
( glass .rjrH .A long t 1
.
throughout the church 'II., \" 4"1: :. -- biJ FrtitrewrTrIE
; Of camel's hair pencil. preachers ; s'ii i'l .rrttiiii" t- '. | subject to severe hstlali. the result! .. :'s.I 1

}'.' Dr. J. \V. Mann recommends it in Thi ,i; I-.' I"t 4-vii; ::n 5 .' I of stomach ttver 6Ua A IHT '-r." n '

::, Or contractor* are having there the following note viz: "Having I of More pnritv(', ; l .,a"c' II.,, f\,:,'}'w;: Hood's.Sarsapariila. ..> UliKAT.JRICVLTUK;.'.I. APIoFTh1Esr.rr. .f i t feet ewre'. been effet4 by Ayer'* : "-k. 1'l

in completing .. 8arsspartllal \:.: ?: : 4
fi hands full just now examined but read and E kinds, and _. .: ;V."% .1. :nIi. ? 'l
built not only with thn : -'r. .s.!'ii's w l::"li >. Aral 11I1.11I|"a !"t'li in the Srml 1 It l'ritel Frank Roberts T2T Washington st.. t a i 1.
|* building's that are. being theBible' { I lJiitj1r-i! ii in cirli that he had ter- '
1 ,ew studied tho 'Conversations: on wciirht, : : !"i- 'PI; yciv". I 1 i. r >ns n-iuild-i; I..IH"'I:it Boston lays formerly :
."', and. signs are out for several other I take I Sold only : I : ; hi.-. 1..1..1. :... hrr' II"'I'I'J t1;IIIl'. ; iiritn: r .;.a.| [niit I rible headacln-4, aud until ht took 1g J
Pond "
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.
Enoch I sr's Sanaporilla. orr found '
Rev. Aj any
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i'i
{ by I der ( o., : -il I'-- : v \ t. rafluDy 'IIIWI'r I'I'i
is
Is a > Hw owUclne, and I '
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c.' fesidences to start up soon. pleasure in most heartily I April 17. i-: fr'-Mi "-\;-<"li"i>. pared by competent plianuuc-UU. The combination ()'u''if'. ".. .._ . .. S .,,'!IN'"ix i medicine that would givePermanent '; .1

1'c'f -- profound | I ,&.- Iivaiii-i. n1 i.I! li.. and rrojortlon of SarsaparUb&tandclion I .i1."li.. . . . ..: ).flllrIlI'Ie i Relief. .' ., ... 1i
The Peento and Honey peach recommending it to the. earnestseeker : \\n4.oill U\.ti. ''1 ,. . .
.
Maudrikc, YvHow Dock' and ether a' .rI: .. : r1CI I Every Spring* far yearn,!' writes f.2 II

/cropof Starke promises to. be a very after divine knowledge, And TM remedial agents Is exclusively pee ..; Inr..lgHi' "Ill: f..rlJl. t'e'r t"-l\ll\lH.to. I Wzzie W. DV anaea Fifteenth St.. 41I
record efl.V'tIIUt'sill.: r,0\1..1 i..li. !. N. Y "I bal Intolerable '. p
.. Hood'n Sar.mparilllIITlni. li ttratgtaand, j Brooklyn SAW ; ,
.
Urge one this season. The trees are 10 the reading p.ub1U'yneralyA \ t ( : / curative jtiwer superior to Miier prrir.rations. .P'.r--nr.< *' h!*rril,::.-r- >...?.... J"I\1'IO" t.I I heaiachis. IreianKOced the one- -

If t ROW "bending low" under the heavy. happened, lure OKtlav : ( 'r r.:'< ly ..,.>.! Ji: >!i -":?... A trial wilI-.conYure-y.'u rf ,lts "''. /. i hit, rcnaiuino IprcsiT' ...." c; ;.h.a .. of Ayer's 8arSf.rUI 1a Ia.- March and .if -c 4I
.
incident ..
little have not had U mlmL'U etaue that' ,
r..l .
KuEK. "
: i'- wrri.ma u-ar ,
l JIo.5s'Karsu .rhta
I* of this most d liciou.fruit. that ; not oLsC'rved.II) I \ '.. .'i' ... :. gent medicinal valuePurIfletho ; J' I time. ; "
1 weight .how W\- ., 'L. '! : .c'!.l..'' I' .- I '." *iIile: ooples; of'I JS free tan' 3I
.
so we 1IIeIte: 111 u. I i: i :>.". :_ Is: \: '! Diced ,vtdr-.i. \ ) ? I suffered fro lieaUclie, indigna !. -

garden Seed many persons rated hack in the> .>- .,V,"fl'" at'l'. *.rl\* ut creates and. ahaffens the :11'11'111.. ulumlates I ___!.._ thou and debility. and wan hardly ahle. / ..
I
are /
show how we ; ;:: r'r; > --' --- : to draz myself about the hoiue. writes, iP ,
; : i
WP have only a few morq packigesof interior. Two old ladies from wty ; : I'1'! : 114.r' Ute diestt'IJ.i B4.gives tr 'u.t1J t-- everyorgan |1 I I .."II '- -"-. .'.: .',':,). Mrs. SI. ). Lewfc*.' of A at.; Lowell!l, .'
t seeds to give away Oak standing .:!.TIMES! BUIL lie j l I.a.,1 i..r. I l.i! If the II }t CUES U->B-ost >cvore I I (.;f ., : ..; .. : . ; i ).' "Ayera Sarnaparilla has worked .I". '
.\r' garden hack on \Vater were : : '''"' 1.\ :..' H1.UV: cases of BcrotuX Salt Blieuni B->Us. riiii: I Ks. ,. 4 -" .f. ,.. l' : 4 ..( t a marvelous change in my .". I nu\t .
'
t V new suliseribers for only one near the corner of cur city market .& '1"':! "': and all oth t,sfiecttoos caused by in---nr.. !I %. I;.. t.,..":-I..\' -:0\- .. .'.:_-: _'...".40. ;.f..' : feel strong and well as ever." }
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of ; I.' 'I. l-.Mu'-.rl IV- Ii-sdail\ _... -. I
Come when a couple our prominent ( :: blood Dyitpqxbk Biliousness -- -" .. -- : j--_. Jonas Garraan, fi q.f of Lykins, Pa.? .
:$' dollar antI twenty cents. ta.kinc, Lake Butler went : 'Iij.. > 1' !. ::1. :. my. Kidney and Liver Cbmplaints Catarrh. Kheumatisci I 'r:1I1.q.r.: c-. '.' t ._. ...:..,.,. '1.. I irriten: "Fur yuani I, have Hu ferp > .
,
early or they will aU be gone tf men from ilu-v went ; I .. !:''.Y., t.t 11 u to yi.'i.f <\:..t and that extreme tired feeling. '.n.ei.nr... ..".. .'.:.rnnnlc., ...,.r.,'... ; .:..''Oh.r,:'". 'J..t. ..,...ro t.. "readfi Iye very Spring. ,from heaiUJ'. '
in .
dashing by a buggy. I Ier ilt''r.c.rl ...h .. oaiwed by impurity ot th*' Moo
ir stable and \ : : V II. l i'l .1 I::" 4'1.3. "Hood's Sarsaparffia has helped me more ".,..;itti..n.'tII."II.... ,t'1. .1.I: It seemot far ..1'* \
i The Chautauquan Circle mil meet directly to the }Jivery ; .:; .' Tl; :'. 'i I :I 1I4 I I. for catarrh and Impure blood than anything I .r".,f.,.".'.,.'i'.n ,.....:-'.. rpc...' .. ":. t. st .'. 1 bilonjrnea reeks that* fly.JIe< .w JlsSSothinz '
,
the in front a moment talking a I j"'i .1.:1"11.! lie else. I ever used." A. BALL,Syracuse, N. Y. fh'rh tli.t "-".1'j',. ".. rellerwl istabLIPsaprL ."-.> -
at *
fo-eloi-k r4 -ir >* 1(0.
> 1.v IT"nr Iii '.r ;
jext Friday what stopped ; ilin-iii.il i n* i-i.n-s.H. c .. .
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I I
I ..nb-r. i.!" .r I.e i'i'W. ; ; V.t. : : ; 'n"
then 'I .. .
'around, and I ill li lt Iou f: '- Creates an Appetite r. .ftJ.c. : 7: ,
AU the men p.' ;' i r-i.: '1"I (
i'nveUY.eiiW "
of Mr. E.-Strong. with I J.
4 residen..e .... : ':uj.I0'.diu! :l't. .t.\;. =.. .". r
:: cleanse :
: of the { ; :: : I used Hood's Sarsaparilla to my .. .. S
of
sight .
,. members to be'present. drove right HI o.ut ":! i iri-4 ioi:<, itBlessing j, r- ,, ? ":.. OPt' :. y... '.1. .I'
: requested blood and tone up my system. It gave ID a I I.F'... 'l''c .,' F:. ., to..' '.. '
for some; ause .. .4Ie
:3;
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e
: week $rst ar dfccond old' ladies, who. were Win good appetite and seemed to build me oxerJ'M. f A .. : *'-_"_'_ *-I.' .-... ." ... ._,
< '.
Readings fo this :
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II. nudged I . .
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.: them. fl .A4Ici.I1 E HAT.K Lima Ohio. : J. i.: '. r. ,, i. ;; ,. Is$ .
weeks, lea-ling for
}t --_ I I. ha t' Knowis ni:e'- and It began to act unlike anythingelse. ;;.. :11-00:: "" ', .
them t'I : : .. ,
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"See what? Why, 4 .n.ru..llOJ.lld.il 4 ? .
On thin, week one of the that? : It cured the humor, and seemed : ... I
one night right I III"s \1.j'I'. iiirti--u- I ; : ; ::' : .: .
:
jistdnvo > ;.
men ill that buggy and otlu-r pull-- tone up the who.e body and give me new ./,. I.. ,. i1d
int-n .
,f prisoners confined in. t he countv jail to that man's house, and jist for ."lr..1 i,1iit'ini- f life. J. P. NIXoN Cambridgejiort Mass.. '. ; .6'' .:1.f'H..I...r..I":-. .. ".-:. : ..--" '. .
m .
) house avc'. 'HII". / I send for book giving statements Qf cures. :::.t '" ". :':C'P:'
brick wall iflttIC. ; : .., ... ._ .. .
.Vis the drive right :'1" t !'
:
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tmuer.Live Oak is'crytng. for a good 811111111! I rIB'1 t HI OL D AID I 11 I IAJd, ?..,... : '- -BUILDIKG.SCHOOL .i.. rr-

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Apopka fo figuring for a big cigar ;0. .- :;.j. ... .'.r"."i'-' _# .-.'.'.. .'.... -I..a e.Ittt.... .
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DeLand kis all aglow with ,
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electric lights. ., .,,:', ....: SCHOOL- BOOKS' STATIONARY 'qfALL KINDS, AGENTS
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The Floridian of aa 8t : to. 'itnb&t .
brags :: : Wtmv: ; .
pound turnip. HL r, J 1 -- .,;;,-... .:t- .. ."1; ;..

$78,000.The assessed valuation. of Ormond f 1tiiijt t1i1 + oI : -SEA-SIDR-LIBRARY s --> -- .I AIv'- DFINI*r .'la---. .,g::GARS..-.'_ ...-" :; .;!'- s"

: SUBSCRIPTIONS: RECEIVEpFORANY-J APER OJ f AOAZINE. Orders F !
Melbourne baa double-headed
a .._ ,..,._..,. ._ -_. solicited and prompt attention givento ,same. \:..?*&-. :$, .;: .. !, ,
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,.palmetto ; 8T..Uud.Fla.a .- W'< : ,__ ...
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r Grace Episcopal church, at Ocala' '" r J- .. : .

is being enlarged.St. .. .. STARKE CARRIAGE FACTORY
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Augustine is arranging for a '

paid fire (department.The I<< .: -, ,. '. ':' ',.-. -
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Daytona Journal is wisely Wagons .:Made To Order, ,. Jti 4.
>Agitating town drainage. ; .t ) ;
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r* Inter c1ieD. has' taken tteps to organize : : : Plows Made Ca 'OrHen
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ESTABLISHED 1877- ; .
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*Mammoth. catfish- are- among theflhipments'from { 1'' : .BepairJDg; ot t all kinds done neatly, ajid,.(_h'' with .dispatch. \...

San ford, ; .
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HORSE-SHOEING BLACK MITHING fY
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Lake Helen is to have a new rail !
road station ., .. fill kinds of Iron and '
to cost $1,500.A ; 4 .. : Wood. Work solicited.
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post office has been established! '. "" -. ,. .. .. ...'._.. a .. '
at Leroy, Marion county. ..' f. :,.::0:. If you wttri a Buggy, Wdjfon, Buckboard, Surrey Phaeton,

t.. .. I or.any other vehicle from .a Baby Carriage t$ a
to have '. all -wagon
Titusyille expects soon a ..: :, ;' i _'- _

eteam laundry and a wood yard. l". I '. I can supply l }Jour want .on short notice.

TheiPonoe. de Leon weekly payroll I *

Monday night was $13,500.The"chlnm'ey Carriage Manufacturing: A Specialty.

of the Alcazar is 125 \ '
feet high.-7-St. Augustine Press. :.. \ : "MQ1P"I' t
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The Tampa Journal wants to hirea .


indicate stout Reports boy an from to immense kick all a over printing orange the press.State crop Olt-icial Paper ol e Co llty. .. : _.'."..'f.: .-'-- .. Stark I ;;. :1.a 0N1aiid .'.<,.-...-_ ,"1;,


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Tbefare betwen San ford and Jack. Valu btiflti? Stock.

fonville. by river is only one dollar. ., ery
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:'; te- issue"a'b trad ledie tton 10 "Wf present to you a list of valuable fruits which are indispensable to every fartmar
who wishes to add to the value of, aud beautify bin home.
.'": ...:t.l". ; ,.h. ::f I; f Farmers can, with very- small amount of money and labor, add several hun-
dred per cent to tf\E.value of their property.and the bappinea aUld comfort of their
:+"The; Journal reports the- Tampa homes and fomilytot embra'tn the opportunity here off fired obtaining at a mall
.- .tr t..lJUay: AS doing a splendid cost the new, and leading.varieties of fruits suited to this section viz:

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ON LV DEMOCRAtiC PAP I Il' I ... PEARS 7 to 11 feet. high. .
Mrs. ;;;S.yMcCorkle: ; has forty varieties : Leconte............?.:... ) Isrge Ss.ee I...POMEGRANATES.MULBERRIES........ .......... t
of roses jin bloom.I -Eustis' LakRegiory e .. ...,. ._ Bar'lett.......... I-.. .,V 25 cents' each. .,. $20 1CD: Bl lotlu 1rd.. .......... ....... f 46 c.eta eaeKei1er. h

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VLJ Osborp.stummer. :.30 eeDt.each .
> _____. -T -. Large Japan,' .-.:. .../.to cents each
A back weighing, one hundred and : ''' Pwarf..saOleprice. standards. seedlings: << .,

ten pounds,was,.killed at San Antonio BRADFORD '' 'COUNTYr-;:: :; '- '0.'-. _' Red Whit Everbeiua.very prolific..... ......................... I"}' t.! each
last week. PEACHES.; to 5 ftet> high. wPeeotdlnd

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The'car of the president of.the J., Hiney ..., "J NUTS.
T. A. K\V. R. R.- .bas the benefit of ..'' .... Hales Alexander Early(verb.:...early.....).. j 0. English glrut......... ........ 1
electrio Blood.Pallas(.seedllDz. .......Honey.* .....)... aOcte.each.. ..J15100 Chinese r'.. .... ,.............
lights.Strawberries '
: English
Relieves in the Old JcLcksoru'cLTi Principle To the Victor Belong I7ie b oils/ : Ebrtnut.: 50 teat each.
: Golden Yellow.. ... .. .,... j Japan .. -...........1
'- 8panlsh- .... ..........
are.retai ing in town
---S--- Pecans.. ............
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ents'per'quart.-DeLan. d : Almonds,soft thell....... ..... .. t 25certaeach
PLUMS 4 to 6 feet high.
; AgriduiturisC'' F:1.gJJ.ts:: all fide Isso..esDern.ocratsu.s1J: Win. !. Wild Goo*.. ........ ....... ..20 cents each -
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Prunus Pas'lardillredleaO..25 RAP-.
OverliOOcelery plants! been .- J pan 3ledlersevergreen( )..... ..50 .: Scuppem .........._.. ....... .
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set out on W. K. Lente's ,vegetable Kelsey.. Japan.. 2years.. .60 .". .". Black;; Ea It* .
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farm jit Seville. 35 Or anyverk'ty.. ...... .......I II
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: The.concreteworkon..the, Cathedral .- .:. .. . .. JAPAN. .PERSIMMON- ,one.year. PEPINO or Melon Shrub. J
.tower at Sv."Augastin as been 'Seedless... .*:. :: ....:....'..... Anew !
.,r ommenced.0 .- ., : Amoogeitrslarge.... ... )>SO cents each. ket fruits.that;.destined.........to...be...one.....of...tho CO cents best -
M i Ziogi sugar. sweet and rich......) ...'
2 T wer'a'Band,of Boston, will furnish .
the Potman'Hoaso'. .\tith music % k1 flji3f FIGS.Oreeu. .
$ APPLES.4 to 6 feet ...
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> high. White 3Lirgehlles. ......
.-., during thc.ceason. : .. .... '........
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Red ... ......... BrownTtlrkey. : J
.. r. f Alexander Astracban.............;.......... i Blnck... ._.....:........ .......}!O cents each
.. nebo -that ii too poor;,to'ad ver- I .._. Crab.yw_......... ............... )r>25 cents each. ..-:..... ... ...........
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tie in fti local .
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;' "riey)t. '*,thousand trees "" W Early Golden ".".'.... .*........... 1 See"llnr.lweet... ... ....10( to S6 tent.a*to a"?e.
orange .. ................. J perlOOgpecialratM.
Red Roman
J-25 cents each. Buds ,
\, wire ihipped;,f rqm,.Jacksonville to Russian j- ..:..... .... ..... Tangerine? :era. ..... ,
C oroirwu. ,day last weelc E; ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINd .- Manderlnc.Mediterranean..... ._..)>50 centa each.
-QUINCES.
J( Ml i*B sweet and others.|
MM *MMBariorVPolklCounty
'. .....-............. .... Buds-dormant.
; ; Bank has Orange. each.
"; Chinese........... ........ ... .
become tbe, .. ,Fhwt National%of'Barto. ; ... .**"I,,X.1, -Apple........! ... ...... ........}25 cents' each All warranted as per Order.
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There.wcMJMArly?700 people who AT STARKE TLA. F'L: "We warrant each and every tree to be of the variety, and kind yon order a* we
have
visited ItbflwMjjghthouse beach last a special contract with the nursery we order:of.to that effect, and in case the
variety is not as ordered, will
we either refund
Lbtt'money ,
paid or furnish other
Sut.day.-. l AjigugtjtvB i Press. . ._ .... -:' trees. instead. ;
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narinrytnen to establish
Mr. l in 'Wgiit-foot as early a*
Murray nght s '- possible,a branch nursery near Starke, therefore
.. we guarantee all
shark from-Salmi'-, -wharf one day last AT TIlE LOW PBI E 0:11: OnE D10LLAB A n: n. ," -\ be reliable as our future-prospects are entirely dependent upon our as stated reliability above as to
., [furnishing the exact thing ordered.
week.-New:Smyrna Breeze. *' .. '

The KewTork'GrapuIci) man is i in ''-i' -.. .!- _- '. s.-F. GARDINER & Co.,

St. Augustine takingQviews with tarke
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which to illustrate.that-. per.\-" .- .. ... <.,,'

i at Orange the Sub-Tiop.cal county is not to ber'""represented' .harae bit e It gives all the Local News of the .: 'County and QUJfJS W y I 1rI>eVtt 1 :

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Mid. Maitland Courier. > .
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President Cleveland willextend.+ r".oJ from every part of the State latest news from Congress ''t.P

laid trip i to the Ancient city anowill ']' : I ; \ :
doubtless include the Phen 1enal' r a; :8 I'jI'Jr I \ I 1 B'l.tore
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Key West eats up: more ,lumber fti and every portion of the United States. It is. ''Y' I ,;J I ) 'ft.8TAKR -.

than any other J>laoe of four times

its size in the United States.-Democrat. progressive, and a firm believer in the future prosperity a FLA at

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.A magnificent bald eagle was-' of the New South. Subscribe for it and i

shot near Green Cove the other day. lionxestte ana: : Qio.ottStj j
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It will be mounted and sent. to the. wiili y
Exposition.The keep up : the times. Only q dollar a year If .

Bartow Courier advertises ," ( White Goo4s, Laees, nIil1h1..7,
finding a set of false teeth and sathe ya "\ftl.;... .. (

goods may be "tried on" to prove .';... ....... .' GENTS AND BOY BATS, BOUTS AND I
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ownership. :' '; AND

fit is a common sight now to see FINE CLOTHING.
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numbers of wagons loaded with corn Just in judgments: 1'. : .> 1
on our streets for sale' evry day- / THE'nIJOU : MEN'S
4Tallahassel.n.. "
", .Honiorable in its : ,:: .:: UONGOLA KID A. L't ItIR
:. The number of visitors at Fort expressions, -. \ Yon Fine Calf AlligatolJvfigroo .
Marion last Sunday' was 427. The SHOES $2.50.
: previous Sundays visitations was Be ts |Jie world for news I'-uid wed ,
518.-St. Augustine Press. 11ad Ladies wno nave been BOOT
AND SHOE
STORE
AI.t of the wearing $4 and $5 Shoes made to order $5.00.
The Vanderbilts have engaged an tidies .bet
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y Shoes, and desirin
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elegant suite of rooms at the Ponce ii ,
de Leon, St..Augustine, and are expected 1 The cheapest andfthe best Economy, Style and STABKE\\ \l! o Complete Line of 1T'.tD. a
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F daily.. Comfort should try a G
Ti V pair of this Celebrated Nome, Misfief. Krys lip ;;
A Florida perfumery company 1 : fine( of Shoes. Ladies **" \

las" 19 actw in tuberoses in Fairfield ,,'A-.... -_ \ ... ,f French Kd Shoes FLORIDA.Cl1ildren! Shoes,, come ap ;
'I'of &a' teo and expect Flo plan --- L $4.ee. *
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'-ad mt2"I Ckets over .

: --'r.r:r wt old' Bartow o;)' :S un'to.I I ; t't A Baeiredf rare .!?!t ona soisic eomtthaacorc, pTorn,C,, ,aceane,a wafatia a.Ia HAIR PARKER'S BALSAM it
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',: / $ 4adig tt + ij h tw ij fadfJteatiaa 1UlerlmAt8m....drn of!&/Ie Ea..rd Female stomach Ws.and DoWJ:1 e; 1tIoa.w.1DYaluabie fOf' -|Never te.aece Fails.aDd*lanutaai to bnntillM Rwtor rolb&/Ie"flrty

ifined in '- '.. ... NINDERCO"RN8 :: Hair:its ''Ii :.:.. ''The aDdbe.ceuetor a .f.dfeeaaea..dEalr. atDroatlRs .
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eve beent ; :caste.eomfaet to ta.f.et .te. '
convun- 't 11 \, '. 0( went.aaan..e ata B son=, n'-iil. ARK CINCERTONIQI
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