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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: March 2, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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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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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
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., ;, 00>$180J3 00*4 00 $7 00 St 90J80 > Tomeetlifelong- "..,' r 4r

,;;; S 8 460 0018 80015003000 00 m:-HttJW I To part and meet again no more. "YOU CAN'T TEACK AN OLD DOG STUPID BIRDS, BUT WITH MANY INTERESTING u. ".r

$-"i, 600 700 m1g 0018 CDp If 00 00 09 tt 005W 00 :; Y'D'4B: s.1888 !I'! ,! Yet Fercbanoe, era the one vtniqti heart mid may the.YW'IIION throng, NEW TRICK ." .: POINTS 5 ,

,r :.,10 OOIb 004000 eaooi&o 001800018m f ; Baiat the peace It knew before .:,. : ....... __ ] -5I
L pee for the first and five oeats for ..>..: I If one most weep and one forget .? .* : 5 j I
entJnterUon.tor Twere better far they bad not met. A. Writer Disprove the DI" ,-MOW Uktith. New J....y Wara.er 1[ .s. : ':; } \ ';

time advertisement upon apLtfee />' G... All Old a.......... lade ..t''Pr.1ab .. .. .
office.mT }. ;, Rui The fleeting hour so qnickr/ fled DogB" Wh.. Are Ce.ea.Uy AOiiUV t. : .' ,i.;..

One DeTer will recall again, Thebf Stock O But one shall the .
mourn moment sped '. The Fowl' Fortltad. ," i ,,,,
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) And peace of heart no more regain; the-Tin a. PeoiJtff. > : '
ET SOCIETIES. 1
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:# Y Since While one one must will weep never and fed one a palo forget i "You can't teach an old dog new tricks." ".fay be you have oftao noticed/said a' '1 ,::' .4 1J

." ..,.r. beAce If p.:42 F. andIL.JH. + Twere better far they had not met. I That's what joa ,wy aS the tae of 45 or 50, dealt:in feathers, "that socoe farmers keep -it :

:. Bepuar commuoicaUons thrldSiktnrdays -W. E. Hunt. or 55, when you think ttat the bloom is geese rear in and year put,let them hare the t.. .5 5 4 ;.
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'. '.. VTvxuox; In each* I month.j. KracLnro.. about all oft the eye oL life that ift nearly run of the farm and.....to.low them all ; ; I

: ,' ... ..l X Secretary.* w. CENTRAL PARK'S POLAR BEARS. all up with you, aM tha; abotftaB the object kind of COD.'iiJer&tioDy.are always swearing ,.;.fJ'
you tu're in living la to prepare for that they are the biggest imfaance that .

cz n.W Lo4c. NO. 65 ot.F. A. JH o'j They >JolM Greatly at the Coming of dying, and shuffle in your old shoes OB* Of Could be possible to Lave arouad. If you ". ,.
Meetings second and fourth the Blizzard-Tricky Creatures. life as quietly as possible-possibly to lilt Lave noticed that peculiarity the daily O' '!

..", 11tr of each month 2 o'clock. j .... The Polar bean appeared to be in a first content satisfaction of your 'nearest.0f rour-dfcof the husbandman yoi have doobt- -'.. '. '!";.. ..:;. ,. '
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kin who love well and dollars leas also wondered why to blues the farmer .: I.+ 'i Ir
"UBILDJtJ:. CHESTER NOBTJfPr, rate humor. Their gray eyes sparkled with you the : TOO iij
fire and will leave them better. jbpt such nuisances arouad aitf'yremiteaf I '' : :J '
,; Secretary. 'Matter. they tumbled and tossed and boxed '. 1
with each other. if they had been imbibing But, sir, you have business to call yourself use*} .iff ponder why;ii.wsu -.,..11.hut I :l

:;: OF BED MEN. : ALL THE: an early morning invigorator. They had "an old dog" of any sex or penu&8 OZL new found out the reason until one day last ." t :;;
, Jt' ORDER NEWS ONCE A WEEK broken through the ice in their taut;; and You should be ashamed to term yourself a sonrtnen I wasoutcsta Jersey asf+sh: ,aprwt 40 .."'! ijfJ

:" .:-o.c.ou TBat'No. 1. FLA.-Council .. every few minutes Tom'or Jerry would souse "dog." You are a man, or a fragment idjf'my TKtMiem..Tfte'fanMr bed a hi* x : :J
'Tbtt kindled each. Wednesday's Sleep, himself lathe water and eome out puffing one, and being a man, yon are,of course,but flab *geeea,aid' he was eternally throwing ; .. .J. S J
,'I'itbrfr'WigTPain, Btarke. Fla. and steaming as if emerging from a Turkish little lower than an angel, or at least little tie most hefty kind of Jersey cuss w r.Lat> { ::

. {'T: ,TAniltet Brothers cordially Invited to bath, while the water dripping from his long lower, we will say, than a second hand them: Due day le sat no the feirmdi's piss ., 'j ..
I 'attend. J.' N. JOKES. Sachem. white fur turned to drops of ice in the cold angel; worse luck to yon I tailing wfiji him. 1''h.gdese were placidly ,3

t,.. JAB.MILLOK. Chief of Records. l air. In the adjoining section of the bear pit You are saying now to yourself, and you ttOpping grass down along the road a great .... .J rx
'''- are three black bears and a young grizzly. are saying it every day, that the timo is over big. gander leading: thaw on. Peace, trans f'." .' ,

may L,4if No. 10 The cold weather had made them sleepy, and for you to learn anything new or-do any- qnn'tit y contentment spoke" ia every .. Y j i....,'
,O. O. P. Meets every Fri '''' they were packed away in the corner ef the thing new, and for that matter think or enjoy moVement the lawn destroying. bipeds made. ." ; -
day night at Odd Fellows .. ". cave at the end of the pit, their heads concealed anything new, save the last neighborhood 'there wasn't a cloud 'in the sky. The' "\.. a
la cordially.41J Transient brother ,and the mass looking like a great packof or village tattle and gossip, which you farmer men wereworking'without much 0 t "

'. ,.J.f'1a.D. A. L.invited 800Tr.to attend. fur rugs. The Polar bears, which Director do enjoy as well as any other old woman. apparent vim "at, raking and/loading hay .
4 ajcrwUrr Box 4 I. Noble Grand. Conklin secured two years ago, are Your boundary of your own life in your down iu a meadow not far away. .Suddenly'the .- ." ,
.:;1 B. W. El'PERSOJ.T VjceGra-d.' nearly five years old. They are now about mind is to hobble down every morning to the old gander poked ap hit head,can voice .:: 1
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(f half grown and are thriving vigorously. town or village tattle center, and in summer to* PeCuliar' squawk, lifted his wings and t So

: ;, }.t "They halnt ben very well this winter," sun yourself on a dry good's box,'and in win- started off ou a run as jgist as hit big.web, ... 'M,' ;) '
, CHURCH DIRECTORY.BAPTISTCHURCH. added the keeper, "because it's ben so warm, ter warm yourself by the grocery stove, or feat would let him go.: All,the geese poked A t

:, 't: FOR ONLY ,ONE DOLLAR and they've got disgteted like with the somebody: stove, and there rake and scrape uft their necks at the sound of the gandsr i
, ; weather. Tom would sit up on his hind legs over and gnaw at all the old bones of con- voice' lifted their wings; ,and with a chorus j

1t.r! Services at 11 a, m. and at 7:80 p. m. I for hours munching up an icicle and looking versation and gossip that you have gnawedover of,noises that only a flock of geese can pro- ... J ; .

; ": ., ''rnyer meeting every .Wednesday : sorrowfully at them weather fizin's on top of for the last five, ten or twenty years duce, started after the ganderas tight as '...,.=- ":"
I" : .. W. G, PATTERSON, Pastor' I the arsenal, and saying as plain as could be: dating from the time when you thought it they could wabble. The gander ran m*>'t* '-0<. '
1=dtiy 'School meets every Sunday 'I wonder how long this kind of thing is the proper thing to commence becoming an twenty yards, and then, w tb.-wtfd'shriek -J"V-*: I'
tng at 930. ; goin'to last' On a cold stormy night they old man, and make it your principal business hA took wing and flag ia'the direction of s V t I
, :' 't M. A. CLARK, Superintendent wouldn't go to bed at all, but jest stayed to sniff and snuff and and fault with the new p*>ndashort distance from file road. The "' :t

I 1,: 7. R. MORGAN, Secretary.PRESBYTERIAN + frisking and growling about in the snow. fangled ways of the rising generation, who gene raised"and flew after:him, filling the ,

,1.. .' When a blizzard is coming they can tell as are learning new tricks and don't suit you ..tall ajr.with their discordant cries.., Gander and : .i
_- CHURCH. well as any barometer, and ,Jerry-she'll because they do not dress or Jane or g! se alighted In.the pond where. they'all I' "
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Jump Into the tank and splatter the water travel In all respects in the same rut you did oathered in a bunch, held a''consultation or ::-5

: Services every Sunday at 11> a. m, all over the floor of the pit so it'll freeze, and when you were what you called yourself a dLngratnlatory confab inambdoed( chorea '. ; i 1
B, MATTICE, 1 actor. they can slide and tumble over it Fact, the I young man, although then you had com- cf cackles aDd-W'fIDt through aO sorts of J .

"'y School every J.Sunday P. PRATT at 2jSO honest truth; I've saw it a dozen times." I. menced to fossilize, as so many men and women maneuvers on the pond COT a time, when Ii t 1 .
TsM' "Do you have any trouble attending to do whose bodies are 25 years old, if, in- they separated and swam about as plaefcUy ,;, 1 .
Superintendent. .
u them?" asked the listener. deed, they were not partially fossils and rem- ;s they had been feeding a few miaatat "je. l' ,

f"..' ; -,' "Well, wo don't go up and pat 'em on the nants of, say the Miocene period, when they fore. "s i .
CHRISTIAN CHUKC back much. All bears is tricky and don't were born. "At the first movement of the gander ":'j 1
.. I < like fondliu' but OLD DOGS STILL LEARNUra. when he broke the tranquilitj the :'
of feedins
Polar
especially bears.
: .ct.11: ?R-8698-1; Peter 4: 1& j' y. B hr j Ra i
Pastor at ? They treat you all right at a distance, but if Sir, you are a dog (if you insist on calling t1 ek, my friend, the farmer, arose qcUckly" A. ';'-' 4 1
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G. P. OUDg. preaches i you come close they're ugly. Them black yourself, uch) who can learn new tricks. to his feet, and as be turned toward the <' ,, ;

;! HAMPTON bean are not so bad, but the grizzly in with Gladstone is over 70, and rules England because meadow, IAid--. .
and Saturdy Vm is he is always tricks. Bismarckis !:0' There's them dbiged hayia1 hands work- .: y'
lack tit Lord's day at 11 a. m. growin' big and: he won't stand any learning :
'i at 7SO p. m. : fooling. When the sun comes out good and over 70, and rules Germany, and today is f r'as if they had all the rest o*j the year to .-.....,L .1 1ketched
8TARKE itrong they'll bo up as lie'ely as ever, but if learning new tricks De Lesseps, who bosses get that hay in, an' hen. we're goin' to he

Itch 2nd Lord's day at 11 a. m. aud each they bad a hole big enough in tile rocks I the canalism of this planet, is over 70, and ; In a tearin''oId shower'iaIeaV& aa ;d(

!,enS'a daylL1 6:30: p. m. expect they'd go in and sleep through the never lets up in devices for cutting through hour, or else there lsai't no use'ia keepia '
HIGHLANDaulUth cold weather. We don't let people get too rock or sand from ocean to ocean. Ericsson ;;gee8e.' 1' "

Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Satur-; close to them, though the bears look very is 80, if not over, and is by no means through '> '."The farmer hurried down to' the meadow : L
F I gentle when they're playiu':"-Nuw Yorkrribune. I with new ways and means for making little ''spurred up the men, and lent a hurts band 4
diy before at 7:30 p. ro. ''himself at the Before I .
ships overcome big ones,on the principle that hay. slay odaata ,
CHURCH WORSHIP.ATORANGK ; l --. I I I a wasp may sting an ox nearly to death, and ;bad passed haw cloudy baakiaf theatsahwp =, \ _1

COLLEGE. A New Torpedo Boat. i!i! two wasps or iron scows, freighted with In the horizon, and preaeatlytb. seder ct. '. -r
tack Lord's day at 11 a. m. 4 An Invention that is likely to revolutionize !'{I guns powerful enough and having their shot Ijdistaut thunder. ,was h.seiig ....,' ': 1

.:.. PRATER MEETING '. fighting, and prove a powerful(protection to I|! !sent to the right place, can sink the biggest ,The fanner was ngl s. Ia ran aour% tfsoe "l : :
''f1&" <::11 Wednesday at 7:30PROFESSIONAL e S. jjties and luirbors! from ho&tjlo attacks, is I I ox of a ship In the world overloaded with I one of the hardest thunder ormI I..iu.Mw '"f

I Oen. Ccrdttu'a: torpedo boat.It is a plate) men and overweighted with eleven inch iron was raging'erer.that part d XeW ersey. 't:'
CAROB rteal war ram of high speed, with double armor. Beecher, sir, never let up until over and caught the lart load.af the oldiaaa% :.''.. f

-'-- I I saOs,, decked like a ferryboat, and X' l 1 AUIttaohmenti 70, and he might have been in Plymouth {uxy ia,transit After laPS*" that aight I .: ': 1' .

B. :McCLO-Y that will plant torpedoes in the church pulpit yet had he learned a few new questioaed JAY bolt cnthecesaa/aadftosmd/ OZ't. l .

y bottom\ of a craft at a great distance in a I tricks in the art of keeping young, which hat the reasons be .k*pi the. i.was tk> keep .'. .
THE STARKE S TELEGRAPH t1w1 time. It ISA doable ender,with screws thousand are in the future to learn.'e dm posted oa the weath r.- "" .. : .>
t;;:House and Sign i Painter, rust milling apparatus at each eiid. The spur Yon see, sir, that some old dogs can learn They tjalnt ev r'failed me y t.'belaSd. ; i; a

'y ti and ,. to only sis feet bog, and Is Intended to penetrate { new tricks, and keep on learning them, so'' ''WheuIgitupip>L\Amoraia' aa'vee fleet ",!
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. '1 that distance into a ship when it is i long as they recognize the fact that to keep ;ees oat oa the: yT: ,'.a-divin is"I'dsewla" .. l'
;'i7(torative:Paper Hanger. I JverbAulwL Tho d:.'"k i:>, rouu< '
.,. .' and can stead I a sever,shook. It has a and as a'proof of this tact you may see Guy ready'tu go'tathat .. lotbrti.I bMP ', '- :
ST AnIlE, Fla. radius of twtheuhicliprotectsthe! One afternoon on Broadway mea of M or 00 we're tape .. ,7'P' s'ar. ,
''*!'' d 7 OMert left at D. Ifevringh&m's wili be ipur when the ram reproached at an angle who look as young and are as yoong, fresh, aD' J nwke'my eelA5i i-eordinTT., It r

tai rd, !ttt ecUo. .. '.' dee:23 2m UM than forty-five tli-rc a With this, it isMid ictive and vigorous in body .and mind,and they haint"%dressia';.
.. there can be no loss or breaking o1spurt sven snore so, than you were .at 40,, when hot act kiDdC..lti, .t The smoke commenced to old because a-epru'cin a& tS' tff%/"lDt.;. oa "em, r
CHAC2 -:-. ".;:'(; stack ami steam pipo are you really grow : .
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f' DR. JAMES St' ; built to telescope when within a mile of the ,ou thought you were at or near the down That' a warainP d tjfto' ,\;ladaftfer of a "

a snemy1 ship, and the ram can then run the bill side of life; and,being of what the world spell u' e'eatb/rt' IIJ1e quit the pou4 .5 s.-
SURGEON DEHJIST. : o !. remainder of the distance: on reserved steam. calls "middle age," it wu about time to commence an'doc't.pb&ek maU2
j At the moment of contact it Is only necessary preparations for sliding down the vale know that the daagrf)tetdk, an' I git ready '.
: LATH OF CXPA WCTSjV -- to turn a lever which liberates a long of years and tobogganing your coffin into the for a sot ram of a--,dsT;qt sa 'It they feed .

:tr IOee at_residence.- at of Kentucky Bonse.IMrleys Jointed arm of positive motion, and this willany grave. along while and o"L,Caddis back:lathe pond -...

}+r the torpedo through the water and It's not the young dogs air, who, always kinder chipper UfeMftfp.to dresaia'tbeavslreie .<,',".:..- w '3
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'WULS plant it firmly in the bottom of the other learn new tricks. Indeed it's the young Gas .aW pogty sartia'that s
I p UGG. & 1 hip, which cannot Dope to escape. To protect who are generally inclined to learn,the oU, Jwy'wont wVMBBbi'commeaclby. ***** 0 '

the ram from small torpedo boats of the tricks practiced by the old dogs and learned: : f z tSwlK:-pairofV'i dt ,

Law memy, it can be accompanied by two small by these old dogs from dogs still older be-,: ..,,.>..ar adUJce.iefese, 'em this after

at ': "> To all NEW SUBSCRIBERS who vessels of tho same character. All four of longing to a generation before you were COPT: noon,than':tbernS A-sfrawer..eomia'' u' It's .0

"' the torpedoes can be exploded at once. It is xacted for, planned out and manufactured., ;. arg if't t.rekinW": !
. ; laid that these torpedo boats will prevent A CBANQK: 0* CBOPfl. > .;: "So you read:'never ,monder'why some I

"f" t, r-fii alK the-Courts jla tbt any possibility of'' a city being shelled Like your old farmer, who farms jud'- : ;Barmen Leup geeae around.'and 'still 4h i I
-' Damorest's Monthly."Lipectatlon". before \ they were ia Halifax They_ ;/. their !
)Fonrtd th tidli/il I Circuits. his father farmed him only because(
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and i
believe ;
t weather prognosticator, they in ;
" !- his father farmed that way and thereby feft. .
'em as they do la the making of
as firmly ap
of Life. him as a legacy an over worked,farmed edt,

' .' v Iw :r"SnOT]. M. D. .;1 In its closing issue for the year 1886 The over tilled soil, which obstinately and in a thing plejack.about Thin these fanned; geese told weather nib: another signal funny He ..;'.-'
Lancet publishes an article righteous sort of way wouldn't.raise'whet,
, :1 iA, igan.aBW in CASH on "Comparative tnd will raise only weeds because nature said that when they prophesy a storm LU J
will ONE DOLLAR we Mortality in England an.l America." From souod tLcy make ore not likt their'cri.4 1.6 i ',
JiN'1: .ltIYSICIAN N1 pal; tn examination of tho e expenence tables of needs what you call "weeds" or a change of other tiiif. the fanner .. ,-' -
Consequently
''. life insurance-covering :Drops: for a time In order to restore to the soil any ; ; ..
considerably more
SUUGEON.4f are never fueled by the cries of a ttk of ,
what it needs to raise wheat.
han 4,000,000 years of lifo under observationit
onabfe.tOlllee I that rise iu the iir'frocs .
Ter geese uuty m place ..
that Or, like your uninspired, unimproved, lag
'expectation of life"of
t appears where out of if the riMe Las .
: at Ga1dne,,!rDf tore. insure males in this country at' 20 years of behind the times old dog doctor, who insists been r-iteoi they were by any fright sight, the itianu.ybave : _
TO hanging on to the blue pfll forty horsepower
age is 42.1 years, which exceeds by one year Uc J s-ib jested tdL An expert reader i
.' die "expectation of life1 of English males at "heroic treatment, kill or cure stomach
; .. TATE POWELL M. !) cleansing, bowel straining com- goose signals; can tell tho frightened; cry .,#,r'
., the same age. This advantage continues process the shriek ,far.as he p
from prophetic tf COQ
until tho advanced of !'4 is reached. non forty years ago, when men and women
send the age r1"Never
;l'A.. an experience of twenty. years in will TELEGRAP1't9ne; : year There is no difference in the:expectation" thought an energetic cleansing of the digestive hear it. .... ... .
saw a plucking hey Well
iias goose
*, .iks practice of his: profeftyon !jo hcsi'laaoyU -4. between American women and ,,English women apparatus as necessary every spring as it isn't a sight Uiat would give you mach

promising the latest, avid most :- ;:t : at this age-:20 years; but afterward their rough and tumble spring house cleaning pleasure. Un the day set for stripping geese
Iud until the of 47 the American : -your old dog doctor who scorns the
"expection"
age -
asking hiIeMCte.
fdentiflc treatment to those their feathers entlced'1Dto
z: of they are sumo'airtig
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! J -IS is better than the English. Beyond milder methods of the new schools, which .
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%' it outhouao. The pickers, who 'are
.tJ s this latter age the English women seem to about every fifteen years gives new names to the with

::1 Calls to the country promptly attended. \ have the better of it, until at. SO there is a aid complaints, and administers for the same always their heads women and,faces go among entirely covered geese with/ ....
.,4DC* es of females ana thildren A special- year in their favor. inexpensive and harmless bread pills with
.... We use the word "seem"advisedly. As a even better results and also higher chargesper hoods fastened around' the neck with a shj{ s.
jy/
of GARDENSSSEEDSontaining olM 'for the
;\ .. .Office at City Drug Store., nr at his and a package :. :natter of fact American women do not, visit, provided the bread pill is accompanied string.also little There holes are at the nose for.eJ"trs!.' _-p.
:nsidenoe in East Starke. if course, grow any older after they have become by a stylish doctor's buggy, with a down the
neck ie 40\
*'1;,..... just as lovely as they can be; and this black boy in buttons to hold the reins while with From tho muslin .picker to' wb'ec! j. :
a glazed garment,
period is reached, according to these tables, the doctor with new tricks is prescribing.'ifnot .'t.o
The
down will adhere
F. J. FIELD. : somewhere between the ages of 20 and 47. flirting with the sick lady Inside, who feathers cc around w1"j
sit on low fctooli a dirge a: _
a. After this latter our'American matrons imagines she is sick if there's a young :and "
age
;,'. -.-.aicK"MAsoN'8 tK & :am afford to let their English sisters "catch good looking medicine man within a mile of dry tub. Thou: in who generally it a nw* "
':,! with them. Nms her house, and who manages to lire and endure the neighborhood an etpr
: ... PLASTERER. J :ap" -Chicago for
the 1"CoIly pfekiDC.EY"r:
life by means of his assistance, added to bOOtIe -
t ,AlLWpR QUARA.NT ED. : : : do that. The whig; of the /I .44
20 5ct that of the handsome and recently called
,"" 8TARKE. F A. .
,"' '! papers. .. Working; a New Scheme. I. bachelor minister, whowith spiritual locked together by a pecu,1of ; fw
30'87. four
1. U.. item for said .1 the the, .
"There's an you, a gentleman two near shxr .
.' :, i- consolation alternates with the:wheaten ma- 1
,. ; in the postomcc, just as a dudlsli: look they are not, tied or!) i!
i teria medica in keeping her alive.
i U. L. KEENE, .. ing fellow darted out of the Seneca street these These! other way, the lock is su-- ., ,
Sir, are some new tricks. are
door and disappeared in tbo crowd. "Half unlock it without aid. Iigather
Goods -A of and ;
fancy'Dress the advantages learning practicing t
.. f, I \ : siT.r tn hour ago"he continued, "I mot that chap them, and all the new ones are not yet ex with broad .H r
Main street and ho took out a letter and When is !>
PARASOLS.Umbfellat on a :gooBo '
01 8. KID GLOVES ; hausted. There- are lots more om Dg.- v.
h _, : : asked me for two cents to mail it., lie said Prentice Mulford in San Francisco Chronle. taken on the picker: i
.._-= ,'Zephyrs and all kinds toi je had Just struck town and was dead busted.I ....1" .
all comumcati4 s 'r .
:.nf'mtJeri.l for Address .
1.: srf w, gave him ten cents, and in less,than two Criticizing Performer by J4;

'.\'\ 11'. Jt1Vorc., r '" minutes he tackled another man with the Not satisfied with the usual, ....
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That fellow him five cents
same story. gave ; plause or disapproval of the o
t/7reaspt aueatfhun>> to orders.
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,.,It.2- J BODfFILM. FIJI n phi Ijeen watching him fur half an hour, and Qople, Turkey,,the director '
s Inally,after making something like a dollar, t'j' .
now playing
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opera company
>> .. 4> w to! in here I to mail his letter.
,x COMER L. PEEKS came suppose, erred upon the public the rig< K'i"i"
[ was just waiting for an officer to have him upon the merits of the members: '
THE STARKEfTELEGAAPH I arrested, but the sneak got on to me, and I pany, and maintains that he i':1 I t 1S
ATTORNEY AT LAW & NOTARY ,
{' guess Tve lost him. He has hit a new scheme :ancel any contract if the votes 'II
',": and it seems to work like a charm."Buffalo mow the fa I
majority against ,
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.> r' 1 BTAKKK, BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA. :. .: ". ) .. A Puzzled Savage. actor or other employe to whom he i\
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ABSTRACTor TITLE and Real Es. ) Writing was puzzling to savages. In South ..wre of the --
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; c: Abstracts furnished showing every Peed, I. .3. ;,'1' missionary to a friend with a note and four the acts -dlGse visitors only are con 4-" 41 ..

50. Mortgage Lien, Tax Sale, Judgment! Attachment ." .' loaves of bread. Tho native ate one on the the *-'' to vote: who have reserved sea 1 t ,
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and all matters of PublicItecord ;' ." .' SARK/FA -. way, and was amazed to find that the note bra,as tneyrfire more easily influenced 1

'w' & file affecting Titles of Real Es- .. discovered his theft. On tle neztpccasI 39 %. "-tfcs and paying public .i!,
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tale in Bradford county Flora" up to :j: : _. when ho was sent with four 1. Jj. ..... seats..Each critic has tr 1
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P.I.ATKFlu. ., March ?.-O"i and after MIUDLKBDUC, jFLA. March 6.-The Kissimcicp To Succeed Business Proceedings' ? ,.
The Starke Telegraph.WEEKLY > ? .Council met *
tomorrow tl e Pahtka. D.vilyNews ..willdisc.utinue \v JB up .hercycsteday with large Avoid unsuccessful men. s CONTIC4jU'I: 4t. U I
to. I March LII1.iA11
; the Aisjcied Piess'dcspiitch- exqtr&lon patty frpn! .Jacksonville and Don't cover too much groundIt -;. pal .
in-the chair
WEEKLY ATm Cs ai.d have telegraphic news. Eilsrnr, Mandarin. It was her second trip up. pa\s tosslcep :well' eat'well and enjoy Young, ,;Tate' ., !; t' -

STiRKI.CtADFOXD COUNTY FLORIDA. the luaijjtging editor has re..igued, ami the Mr. A. 8. .C balker has .rebuilt-his dock hife.- ,
Meeting
I 3 LANS tn-1
- Vusiness.manager is expected U) /.o so. at the foot of Cedar street. It adds greatly ; Dou't brag of what you will .do .till cec.ting read I short notice.speciiiitiopfirnisbed-it Ccrptntrr: ,

L C. WEBB. Cho.itc is over from St. Augustine, ayd 4t to thr looks of the river.A after you.have done it. tion of.G. 1'. timi. and prornptlyj; atle'ieil o. >xrk s.Iki-

Editor find Prop riotor. is rumored Hint harrison intends with prize fight took place :here on Thurs Change.methods as often as .necessary chairman of | Hand nnJc brick ft s.uw. eltucr! at the

drawing. Hats arc I paving the sinking day uight. It was a tegular free "fist and but not"your chosen pursuit.JLon'l sence of J\ kiln or deli -red at the d.- t,

.S ik:li rrlpticn ti44ii prlcelf sIVanc.5O.paid In advanc Each ship. skull" flight. The gentlemen Mostly inter try.to meud .heavy losses by hazarding Street July_ 30. 'o7. tf.S. .

il1 Ue notified hen his ested were willing to fight it out, but what you-have saved. : their work :
Ub.W1tii.t .1 j:7i1E.I
KANSAS CITY 4. For the first : [
..._.,t$,. t ont. by alarge cros.afer Marc.Ii rdds were against them.L. Decide carefulljrand keep your decision By motion : ,
ilsnau\ ,jind if not ordered otherwise time in the history Kansas City, not a .M. Stevens of Jacksonville upon of J. L i

tlm rwjM ar.Hl be promptly toped when saloon lias.U'en to-day either front to yourself.
open visit E A .Chalker. He expects C. Wills. B :
farewell to
tri M>,ft tirlption expires.' a Bo firm and quiet in n bargain.
rtU"rt nrtfclefl of public Interest will or buck Tl>c Law and Order Ix-agne {gave .to sail veiy son for Lynn City, N. \Va.b expenses. Neither spend a cent the license of it3 TEMPLE'SMaNllFAGtUREe ittDB'l

,V waived wltb'pleasurflan.l published, issiied.order? last night that every r-se was
C., his future home lie will be greatly dollar when nec
and unnHflT'inr needlessly nor grudge &
write plainly
tiMt'In writing would l to.the full xieiil of motion of G. ;
>e prosecuted ; _&
ittory M short as po aible' People missed by his many friends. '

x1<> not care to read loop: winded articles.JStarki j the lav.; The consequence was tht r.t 1? Mr. A. 8. Chalket thinks of starting a essary.,Content yourself wijth'small beginnings, oftre t ELS.

o'clockJast r.ight the bars were all closed, placed on
railroad out to a bed-nf timber pretty soon. but make the most of them. Dent waste '
: Fla., March 9, 1888. and qc one dared to make an attempt .to is HesoKed,
Mr. Aaroc nearing Ex.
Register's house vitality in overwork or worry.- made with : ,

to Jrf of Co\yrttt in sell liquor.lday. completion under the management of Mr. ,
According A Prosperous Colored Man-2 | Committee CP AKD DEALERS ISJ|
ths Pitit Office, Starte. 2t?., at Second Jaquiu. | lation tc tl'O ,
Mrs Cleveland and Mrs Whitney to is znh
t/&w Matter.At pend Four Weeks in Florida- Messrs. Clialker and {urd arrived from The attention of our colored friends of Walnut colic. iwed Dresserl Yellow pne;

.----- via Kissimmee. directed to the following: Lumber every Descriptlan
--- Jacksonville to-day and
From the Ncws-IIcraM. said Johns, ,
Prohibition Couvfntlcmheld -S Mr..H. H. Jones a regular correspondent said Johns Quality.Latli.s .
.n St. -A ViUsTir. FJ.A., March 3Frorr.. LA.WTEY FLA.March 6.-Or last Satur- News in
of the Savannah Morning ,
rcceutly NashvIlle Ti-noesse, it wa der town of pickets, Railings, Bracketa

! that Francis Folsom Cleveland \visso > from hereto New York, JJoston. It :
*.fl both legislative and gubwrnatonal. Jlrs. shipped do pjlorcd man of that place. His name side of haiil.
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thlroughly delighted with her visit to and Ph i ladeiph ia. The refrigerator cars is Peter Gillette; he owns l.oOO acres of Sparkuiau's 'L i "Special attention given to Fill-

The hewing of Vic -precidential Umber the Ancient City that she will soon jmy it will commence running in a week or ten land in his own right; made this season corner of : b.i*a&. ing Orders with Dis.patch.

is just now very active in Democratic another vjsit. The rumor, which Is well j days. That is the calculation, of the 150 bales of cotton, 3.000 bushels of corn By motion

ii'.IcM circle* It really makes very little' founded is that Mrs. Cleveland and Mis. parties who haye the cars in charge. Already and 15,000 of meat. He runs a store at cent was Scroll WorK

difference; who secures the prize so Secretary Whitnc> have engaged rooms at iHitwech fifty and sixty acies more Cedar Hill, is proprietor of a steam cot the present 1'7.1 ,

lung as be is* good man and comes from the |\>r.ce de Leon and will be here in a of strawberry ground has been bought ton gin, owns 15 head.of mules und has a 191000. I only by -

tl South.-El. > few.days for a three or four weeks' visit. and coutracted to be set out for next cash balance in bank of $3,000.-Ex. By motion -, 1

_.." **_ Thelv will each have elegant suites in the v-_ "" drawn : : .
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At reccpt ales of oranges by th& Orange Iiota year.The hotels and boarding-houses are full Harkee, Merchant Man the Vegetable/ and OrangglORATES

AuctioaCpmpany, prices advanced con of guests-buyers of tiuit and the rep A-stands for Action, which makes business Truby. .

thierably/ Choice briphts. which is the NEWSPAPERS."We resentatives of some of jiha oldest and move. On streets.. .

bronchi front $2.75 to $4.00) D-for the Dash which ne'er gets jn a C M.
1'ie.itjrrajfo, Iwlieye in the power of the pree best commission houses in Boston. New F. R. Morgan, ISSUED
Those who still have for but dislike to Ste a'lot of published groove; Ounty.
we paper
oranges
lipx J. C. Clark,
jtr here to
this State the York and Chicago ate staying V-stands for Vim, which e'er 'eacls to IVec-nilier.

lileaiy be considered lucky.- fence" throughout iii'all public discussion./oj They look after the interests of {licit respective success, Joe. Hurley 'I't'-t between AJU-it
E for the Energy hustlers possess; j jIi L. D. Wall, and A SPECIALTY.
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are neither Prohibitionists, Antis temperance Louse during the strawberry season. upon
A. oqir ruling of the fjostoffice Dc part- -stands for Reason to which good sense G. P. Young, biddfr lnv-
for advocates or anything else to judgafr Telegrams are now daily received here, Andrews & -, county o*
uncalled postal
tuettl provides returned that the writer alter *>m their columns, while the trouble is w'.th: orders to buy strawberries to ship to T-for yields the, Type, which thi; world's scenter O. %V. I : fieJi-Kal : '
ic*rd8 t-hall be .to thj-y ate afraid in open their mouths le&ttlijy Lo np sAtE
Alsplljat advertised letters hurl lliu fi-rlinirj of iir. JJuzenlmiy.wm Northern cities. This 13 an innovation wields; Nathan Momv I'S5.
thirty days, : handmaid of thrift, John Q. p>r .oua!
for Imi
1 stands istry.
a instead of four as Jias a fifty cpr.f erliKfiiieiU.. or of that; bids fair to simplify Jhe business, as 1'ru.lirt.
will be but two weeks, S for the Smiles which don't rume as a gift; 20; witness fci ;
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M r. flalkum MIJ ocfasunaly; gives him sold One s'f'atn i
heretofore, before being ucnt to the 'dead a little "drap" on *hc .quiet. Eveiy man strawberries: and all other fruits aid I-stands for Indolence, mos rrcit: 3t Mayor' fees, >M-r. Phipj j
on their merits here, and sivs tl>u rj.sk of Clerk's fees, ( anil appur- j
Washington. .ouhl curse
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letter office at %vho cluiii.s I t. run a newspaper ; iln' Vaid
thu leaitini cheated by dishonest commission X-for the Xotuing in Li/yl'one's purse; Issuing 3 lict-n ?.
have an (iiii.i] :
be G-stands for .Gold which you all want Writing! not 4 .f Starke.
o| the dny, and he ought to m.ii.ly men.I \ |
It is estimated Jhat qklsden county enough to proclaim !t to the world' This to gut, 4" postal : sett of sec- }
S.OQt) acres in There is more inquiry here now by new- 1ist, c''n- j
will &ntthe present year way of publishing a newspaper on some P stands for Patience, which bids you Will. i laml, null i
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lobje&pj and the Tobacco Company Byndicte '(Inc eUis opinions and theories and waiting commers to invest land with a view to improve not f ivt asking for I 't njre of

near Quincy LbnU 1,200 acres. TLc until fcvcry one aroui.d has expressed and make homes than there ever was A-for Advice; that you keep out of d.'bt; for selling "' annum.i' -r4th., in. ARE OF 1NB i.
himself befor. chiming in with the o.tl this first started. If tins sir thus I adS -
land ot Wakulla county haj been proven since town was Y-Mantis for You, whom keeping a I UywnT
I: said" "I 15et.
"that's what
chestnut just or ti> wit -
is also the case in other places, Florida has vi'e. ered the .
.the
;Jong since to be peculiarly Rdaptel4o told so," is getting jawfully dry read- but advertise.Columhu mut
you if
--for Success you Suitab! for Orange Grows in Lotsol'
growing of !tol>pcco. and jl is a matter of iifg: Mu two lAunan beings are alike and commenced apermanent and rapid growth Di'palch. J. C. ston 105 ,

much surprise tp us why her farmers do ;pinions differ with'humanity, but by all Mrs. Kingabury of Zenia C) has arrived dollar foi i J.ivinRston lt> acres aii'l "i, as i.iav be wanted

have an opiulcn and be manly house. remitted : smith Nov 1-lv.Y .
her
of
bettt r means to take possession new No Man's Land- ;
not grow it. It will pertaiply pay it. One the to pitct _
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v'nuugn express way Major Sam White's houcu is nearly com We notice the introduction of a bill in taurant and I ; flt iI'g I'all
than crop'of 1 pottoq. but dou't be
any. other makes no difference mitted. I'vutn .II will have no eanso for sp ctacl6 & .
ra -_ like the cuose, "on the fence" frightened pleted.W the Senate, on time Ii2d. ult., by Senator l : : 1k-em: al.o .* '
% if Dr. J. II. JIc-Leau's StreugthJfiun
The Secretary v v cif the Jsnvy recommends to death by big dogs on each sideT while B. Smith has btar'cd a new industry.On Vporhees that \vo think opportune, ami! it ordered 'i vl I hack Jyw; >1C.D *j you use
?: > Eyo Salv: it removes tlioiitm! ands -
cost if she had sense enough she would make less than an acre fenced off in four lots that when its pas .Mayor's l \VobbB, lot ?
of steam vessel to is to be hoped put upon )
the construction! a use of the gift GOD gave her and fly out ono case : saul sti.Ht uin.vbieh ac iiiurl tc-s on theeyeballs|
$55,000QQ antj to be used M a revenue of danger. The Creator gave you bruins, and phnted: with oats, he is keeping some sage it will be favorably considered. It funded by t. #.nith ! -iili< tICS inllaiiuuatjon, 4-ools and soothes!

- cutter. on the Florida coast. Thi- lie so muke: use of them even if your theory seventy hens of the brown leghorn specie proposes to extend law over the uncivil P. Young : .I'll.n,-- "n Bf at die irritite4 iifrvestreugthi'ii.s weak'uf

deems* necessary M from i the fact that many is incorrect and your practice all wrong, These foA'ls have averaged through the ized and unorganized territory known as oO cents, : m OIIItI strati.. full failing sight. .V M box. *

if you nw publishing a newspaper for the entire wiuter about forty day Laud. Iu : V. _
eggs per "Xo Man's
Cubaas have settled on the shallow bajs public to read." Ocklohoma or J. 1'. .- : rmn- -----

and inlets along the southern Florida The above is clipped horn the Jacksonville presenting this bill Mr. Voorhees said: Xo other !. in h,11 tHvor.. I,u -r r fet u,gest i.)1I nml iss.imnilatlonjh110h

coast and are extensively engaged in illegal Press, the Anti-Prohibition A Cotton Compress- '"This is a place of country 145 miles 'i-t.u os..iror !mu-c disiirdenn i cotiditions of th j

business and the violation of our Yes, Tallahassee is to have a Cotton long and about 45 miles wide over which > "&)-,>township mort- or !sytiUinvhi u-u prnvf and are conlirmed
and thin). that
paper of that City, we laws whatever. It is an :
neutrality laws, and that the revenue cutters Compiess, all of the stock has been sub there are no Iiy inflect, Dr.J. If. )IrLeun'dStrength.
the Government
neighbor Maikens is hitting right from anomaly iu the history of
now in service, are of too heavy the shoulderbut can't make the press of scribed, the site selected and before long and it calls for prompt remedy. It titl.'s., ;. .'rimlg Cordial and i'lood I'uritier, by i1i"j"jt.nic

draughj to do effective public service in the state turu to his side of the question iu the machinery will arrive and be erected. is property called under the name o"f 'No "\V1 y : : (}'.'":' ty.' Fla.' pjoi-erflo.-*. *ureindi'pstfon antfjiive.s .

this line.-Advance Gazette. Then will TulhhasSte .liecomu in dead Man's Land.' It is a place where criminals tone to tli-j sU.u.uh. St.CO peri
any such manner.nothing but plain .practical sequester themselves. You cannot Rev. Dr. ; ; i bottle. ,
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earnest a hu>iiicss cfcnlre. All Weil" is .
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and convincing experience will evr maKe a requisition for a
The tracklaying on the Macon & Palat cottou t'n.m the S-iwannee river and theChattahoocuee. authority there to elmiled : K-.c uims-
turn the preps of I he state on the nnli side there. There is no old and for [Iriti- Jn cases of Vevi4 ami a<;N<% the bloods
Vn railroad is completed for 'twenty five vnlli-y will come hereto honor a requisitionIt is a place for escape -.1 tiip I7ih
of the Temperance question but as a rule of Hand .\ is :::; tlreetnthIt1motIt: noto ilsnously '
10.000(
miles, and the grading is nearly finished be compressed, cotton buyers will be and refuge. There are people :otm.:* threiu
the newspapers of this State are si pmnly there now, and I cannot imagine mm bill cided i hat .is plain tilt, poisoned l.y tliocftliivimnof Jh
to Yaldostn, in Georgia. The Company hciv 'a D'liiiheix and our lovely little city for the immediate the ground : ( i (! -iuilant, 1 ttiit'fouM bo by the dea Mlie&tpoison.
supported that a dollar or two i' a big calling more loudly ; sale bfe- atmosphere
Las sufficient rolling stock J.o begin moping to them and have not the will be at good a c-jilou maikct, if not action of the Senate; and as I saw that scene as to I .-. County ol Dr. J. If. McLean's Chilli-;

trains fpr fprly or JJfty ipiles by May .thing they better, loan Savannah. Then \vi.l Tal the rule was relaxed in the case of the positors the legal, and Fever C'ire n-ill eradicate thispot-
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combination of M.inl1, .i !>.
independence of a w hUkeynouopoly. I or read; lime
;at. and by.'October the trains will he lihas ee became a wholcailc lorrn and Senator frbm Maine, I thought might ; of aiiI sosi from the system. 50 eta a bottle.
be permitted to ask a similar favor, especially posed that .
0_ running to Yaldosta., This road if car -furnish all of the supplies, to the- neigliboiing as. I gcldora'dp, and never object publication. t.rit:

: rjfdVhrougli {* Pctlka" w"' ** S11 tow in fi-r Ihtir cot- else ward arid of SV % of
: { 0 fin WASHLG TOY LETTER. us exchange to favors being extended lo anybody S W }J of N | CONSUMPTION SURELY CURED.To .
.V4* Importance to thy>'cstera portitin of out : ion which will all be shipped 1ertm.' Hurrah This bill js repoi ted unanimously bf the crushed, ra'J 7. Kansc 19.E THB EDITOR- Please Inform yours tSfi

(p XM&tyi but:cAi will be math to divert WASHINGTON. D. t\, March 5, 1888. for i'alialmassce-Mr.! Colts of the Committee on Public Lands and I do not stopped era that I have a positive remedy for tCbora
than Palta see why it should call for ay objection or printed. 'titles.. named dUe w>. By Its timely usa thousandiol,
he Ip4q1tabthcr To the Editor.'of THE TELEGRAPH: firm of Cobs, yirnkins & (\)., cotton even any debate.'* pages to be Fla.. hopeless cases have been perjnaof ntly' nrsd."'

fi.'t Although comparatively little business buyers and exporter- are aj the head of From observation, having recently of awfully I shall be glad to snd two bottles of my reme
puj1 facts which td dy PBKE to any of four readers who have consumption
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a i4r interest to the general public has hecn the un ye.-1't I lahmasseen. returned from a stay of six months; in : scene and if they pill send mo their eiprett
4p r by W stern citlyfjda. transacted the and offlco address. '
'Coiigres during past wonderful \ of its post Respectfully
Tin cxtnior-innry I popularity of Ajer'si'lienj that vicinity, it is J mystery Tort.FLORIDA'S .
wb1pi flqp mjght consistently T. A. SLOOUM.M.0.181 Fearl s t,Ntw
it bv follow that that
Tfeek, no moans violating
since created
U. S. has not long
IVctoial is the natjiial n-sultof its why the
and profittlilyV) Ig pint of tniinipipalHdvertising. immoral
body his been idle. As a mate of fins *
of fertility
all classes pf people) for uver fortj1 it a municipal Territory. In pgint -
by
it is no uncommon thing in the week has.beei} an ezeccdingI.% lmlMy Use aside from i I 'I Associa

the West fqr a city council!.}o appropriate one at the Capitol, and a iarue; "irher of years. Jt has proven :t-tlf the very best the lands cannot be excelled and "Why '

thousands of dollars for this purpose. Tht private biila, ome of which hays bPn specific for pj'ils, coughs. aui4 plumonarycomplaints. for farming and! frtock.-raising they are per marvelous printer": l THE NEWS-HERALD.
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return cooiejhfthe: form of Increased val- upon the callendar for months, hav*> haps the finest in the United States.Wakulla .- up. for no

nation and s Jdjfegjffpuy !large revenue. been finally acted upon in order to clear Times. before. It GREAT DAILY,

Advertising nToWn Is as strictly le ltinr.attas the way for the tarritf bills which are now ( Take Ayer'sSarsapuulla.in! tlu spring of the indicat I ncrl.

advertising Its individual enterprises bing
and will be reported to the full House the excite the liver to action, and covers iu iit
and It stimulates competition and taJtcrprise system while and Le i.sla- Jacksonville Fla..,

among the Litter. In fact, advertising during the present week. restore healthy tone und vigor to the Johnny, who has been very much inter- its price of approved Every_ Day In theYear.HATTXQ -

of II Washington has lone been a favorite whole physical mechanism llcmemher, e tid in the 1 f-. Washington, thought are l>y an act _J
8 at the bottom municipal growth
| resort for tourists, and a person is ronrsiantly that not constitutes the he would' test grandpa's historical knowl The "An THB Kiahj3ITE: TKANCEHi OT TH1 KO>
quantity
water Vorks quality ,
|s just as necessary as paving A. ti Corpo
meeting upou the streets strangers the old gentleman sat before Prof. A
So. as
vulue of medicine. edge. PRESSiESPATCHES
and fanitation.-News Hernld. of UNITED )
dress plher ager ,
whpb cairiage pi
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the fire reading his paper, Johnny began : most ,
in D4'll.VDINd'A SPEcIAL
distinguishing ch.tratteristl. appear Florida's Future 'Grandpa, do you know what great historical And, ,

TO OUR PATRONS. ance indicate them to bo represenativesof 0 take fresh event happened in 1709?" book made Trrns. cABLI NIw$ svc
0 Timid can courage
people
foreign count lira. Just r.ow there 34 others.
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and hud it been FROM FOREIGN LANDS.
The signs of the times indicate that t appear to !i'e an usually largo number of now. The plouds seem to have disappeared Grandpa, slowly raised his eyes ncr

S new era j is dawning for Florida. Tlu sirangors i-i tIe' <-ity. Tlie members of and a bushier day seems to be looked at Johni y over his spectacles. wide FLORA STATE NEWS

present spa&op promises to be the most the corean ainliassy whose revent arrival dawning. California is badly worst -d in "Why," said he, "that was the year I ments "

prpgpcrotys the Stale has ever wjoyed was inenti-me.l in a former le'.ter spend the contest. That section is too far away VaS born!F' American: -: BY WIRE AND MAIL A' SPECIALTY.

the prospects for vegetables are gootj. and much of their time upon the streets, and to retain a hold upon tIme tourist travel of FARMING IN .FLORIDA. should tamous(.i'Hi L( I I I County, of>f Th KECwsrrt"of having In Florida a cleBi

(he indication arc that the crop of or their RTr. eous silko-i rjbes and quaint the North and East. That hold has been worst l t.su.siIIntctl: honest, etrnightforward tnetropolitan daily "**

angcj and lemons will be unusually' large. hats' make them specially noticeable. A thoroughly loosened. At the same time What One F.neretIcand Hag AecoiU|>ProsrrenslieVuriMT H>he<). lerjrvnin.il. I Stai he on IVJKT, devoted to S -

The tide of immigration has urneii large delegation of ImliaiisArrived in the the Laud of Flowers has gained a firmer taken? tmm i I : DEMOCRATIC UNITY AND SUCCESS
John V. Bipwn, planter of fmthe1uoods! ?
l
prosperous
of
Florida wards. The blizzards, the intense city Monday last. These Indians are grasp on the tourists, and her superb climide must kn.-iw thi- and the proper n-preeontation of the State'toiiM*,
of several of the Suwatiuee Shoals, shipped from L' ke City of Unid dri *
th representatives interests, c&Ubed a Tar"} number of wealthy
North und dn'ppintpu.1 I
cold of the kvcsf, the and natural advantages will confirm %% rites i'li'l: ;
most noted tribes in the west, and ou Moml'iy l.iM Ibmiles- Inland c-ot- to form-a joint stock company to that end.&ndfnnitm
of the bottom cf the California boon; her claim to public favor. A day like gripped cait-er of : )\ the two dai'i f, the MOKSKO NKWS tadtt
they liavo come to the Capita' ton. and he hnd 47 "previously.Mr. man and ;
jjaTe directed the sttenlion of the ''ijeopU this needs not a word of praise -U is too ; ( ) n2R.\LD, providing nn abundant capitoU ne 4
to Interview the 'great Father' and Brown ha i 1,000) 1 liuMiels of corn has always *"
|p Florida as tie most reliable if t.ot tin! lovely for any encomiums to be worthy of tknuicjal terial and compel* nt eta2 of profeealonIInalht i ,
ihu officials of the Indian IJureau regarJ- from the crop of/l&SG when Ih.ti k>f 1l.i.vas ; ( Court and ,, they have afforded the people of Florldi*
State in the Union, !
onjy spmirtrppical! it. has a ,
jog their lijibts, which are being gradually harvested. This yielded :;,027 l-iis'-! fur the Newspaper
Kcpnisentative
TTjii ?Ujt pf President and Mrs. Cleveland, taken from them, ; els. which he hag b'.nfu ;.ld l.OUO. I I St *
of, wherever that Is a benefit and an ornament to the
cabinet and senatorial
the
men btrs of the niareh of civilization moves westward. strangers in this city ns there are to-dny, '
.
When he had the measles s >mc JimeMnce wanting. which it la devoted.
party lias awakened n desire thrqughmil The annual series of scientific lectures ami the Same is true of the State. Signs usual such linnhe Ml like family, his -
at
the country to know more of the lAild climate National Mtisnun. of be a- what"hi: OF TKJ-
which are held at the cncoiuagemeiu me to seen on more than! thinking, which : of Bmdfoi-d THE DAILY NEWS-HERA9||
doing nothing
aid the wonderful products of the every aprinrind( have becoireexeeedinizv every haud antI a prosperous future is d.iim-M w ( >:;se ii h
pmd
resulted in twofgood things a > fiu-h his Ktion t-Jf the
nInsilartate. > popular, have commenced. These a thing so sure as nqt t? admit of doubt avid he seems I I ll'i'CIV triven LARGEST CIRCULATION ,

In the Northwest the question p{ cpin i- lectures are delivered upon Saturday -Metropolis.'Dr a "revolving pasture before all SU tot'ti In'*
The fiih was complete-! in n few Tu-atcd In Florida.SUBSCRIPTION .
*l'n is becoming a serious one. The afternoons and are largely attended.I'he pog book a Ci t I d-tv o" Jn'h .
weeks and ispibw Well Mocked-\\iIi! IMJ.S, I I "
4 unendurtililc cold has liecn speakers are ppresentativesof; the in Ihc a mm
MOICaYernpe Dn'1'sBaby Syrup is the Lest rem( dy Juga.\ PC t-
hrientitic bum of the bream, trLiti4ack. pike p \ man is willing to,endure.can virious eans govorn- for all the sufferings of Iille children ''"fi'v! The : One Year....... .....................

find a more ile iraHe ]locae went departments, \\ho volunteer their caused by diarrhoea or $umner cpmpKuut. the 'revolviispasture" is a ;' reality. jug to say: MX Moi-thi.............................

are surrounded! witji broad services, and as they re thoroughly conversant It ii.eludes ten acres ID,Nfrhiibon Three Months. .......;..............,.-

with the subject which they diuss >}- Price 25 cents.If grass, which. g'I'9gQd P:1SI: : ". '( ugh Wilson & ( Oae Itlonth.........."........,..........' '-
arc waiting1 thrifty hands toy
suffer with sick headache take Mr. Harry Jnuicial
<- and areprmiled with every facility you a the summer months, Jn tie :t u SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN BY ALL RESPONSIBLE NWtW
The maci who understand* dose or two of Laxaclor, and we know you place is : !
lor ilhibtralions, th lectures are both sown in rye and oats, which ar"4; U
'jippinsr vftretablcsj nd has will almost immediate "Messrs I
find relief- Price ( .
uteresting and instructive winter, so thit lu has fine ll's't' IC opened a i THE PEOPLE'S PAPE1

r'. When Cornell University was estahhe'l oply 25 cents, nmud for and i' tioin daily I P
distance
year Cjuyes building, Many people resid.ng at a
$'t Ithaca, N. Y,, it had many -- 31 r. Brown's operations c4 f si reels. : way commcnication do cot care to ttte I 4

*)jiie who firmly believed that it Walking ad we) tisemnents. Every man, scope of such industries, and'' in I the m newt paper. For these and oig 12 iUbih*

I ''t. not Huccessfully carry out the in- woman and child who has once tried Dr.Bull's and ; : >
cellent example of the po of tmL
vation which). It introduced among Cough Syrup cannot say enough in this favored region.- Lake City -.tCCO they ask)( '- i Weekly };eyzz-llera1

j-her institutions of learning. As thi its praUe. 4 U' mij oilier
Plant. n-nagc.
ars have passed and it has been The wonderful cure by Salvation Oil of '. of the i hi d il-f- OUT EVERY THURSDAY,
1 The above shows what! can b. ic in attach.
Jiiumsrated
that there could be
i| eijnalfiy Mr. M. S. Culp, a chronic rheumatic. 229 our Cti7CU ; 521't'ar Contaln.nj ihe fuLl co-edura- the MUxte. if one has the nerve to i by .'
all that fyAn } days.
nmontr c iursei seven
George St.. BAI.TIMORK, Mn, has awa th- .. thn d-iiiy dur-as the preced-ng
; lon was not demoralizing, thin ol' lie has lnl ttlIt' 1.t.
kened widc-spiead Interest Illinois farmer in \Vashidtv coun- mercantile t-oke VeanJT.'T.
: conservative universities began to full inline agao One'Dollar a
Il ,I. thinking to increaseVthe weight of he was {
and follow t'i3' lei.i of their stalwart
t .,
Foster. :
A sad and fatal accident he about &ke _
I competitor. Last night tli Cor- happened to some hogs \MIS to to market, t'W '
young :
f1 paper. nell Alunun) institute < successful S. II. Sessions, Sheriff of Suwai.nee coun. gave them all the salt wa&r they c\J'hl gel build ic is lii T.'T. 'TOKT31Cfii'E E'W !
up'a iiiy .
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itnotlier will sooner <>rater ty. at Live Oak lust week lie was on drink. Fourteen of them died om cat.-d hem e. : P."O.Eos"D." ,
: bo taken ni >_. other ccilctze tlj sm-
l.otni a Ii sin of tc F. H. fe X. tdwn ci-r.ji-.i
'l his inov.ttit1 eonsmste..1 hma'vinz tile railroad, way to or before they could I'' a .
i. m. rm'hi iteS ;. in of tht' hkMhg goodbye to a nephew, and whilst weighed, and the tricky farmer's net peniy." __a.'. .e.., -. --c: -

I 'Sr.H '. btr i.u.mff'L1 "flI it in motion he % -,.
v.f* ; attempted to get off. was about |150. Old ,
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Bussed the platform and fell
between it 'the e. y.u TRIMMING-
When you arc constipated with '' tzt
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41:;;' t b7.u&3' and the 2imtmiCiIFflI.I.. lie was thrown of appetite, headache, take onet0., "' 0srl'' ] >ti/U-1 fl tli u1o.4t
j3 Litt.t. 1
',i ; .W -r ti'C wlieels. I'Oth legs being crushed II j .iND0
H. McLthin's Litllf- Liver f. e
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his he.xl injured. Up djed the followConblitution. M
Fillets. They are Ilaasant to taknd ii ) ( U: AVIm..0': ?*:?

-'iixig.-Mnthcelo! will ctir you. 25 ceiit$ a vial. tiC. : : lJ aery' tretn. .
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goadsi cJtrd o- pew advertiserpenT of AV:? ._,-,.- .Siftlngs..1._, ,<., _- JACOB. .M... TRCBT.- S. J; sT mNBuR .J I I JATENiS1-1 J : I --
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--I t range ?' We to> P!!*,groves are..doing nicely andthe COP" SOLICITOR r of FriiTffroIirMay tu October ; -
,,. work Lb groTg.; hope ;ee thctnTprospern prospects .TRDBY, STER (BURG & I OF AMERICAN! 'AHD ;: *lf o.SOOO &Cvutc'and. Keifer. Pct Intw. '
Uwil business.MrR. are good for a .
A'five-mill ctv : $.000' 'be ; largearopvof 'M* J % 4i- 3"
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'LJ1rJ"Jtr4u.e. ; a veiyhandso :;' : .' < fruit. -- I ; -)tVfrjfJoyvjpricei 0 Ch'cox'. -
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"iii FOREIGN
: : C., H. "The' PATENTS '
)' -r;ones'I is, Preyer of tfeV 'new railroad, line was sui- & Davis Hichard & j Kefenmce by pel mission; jC I/Pe k. -
l im t.h flick Truby Pace.
.1 ttle op' ;. I be Md: ,. | York;are ilie gnests veyed through here last week we 925 F. St. Near U. S. Patent Office. }fl\rkt'.Fr. t 'Wlanm 1ft IIn"h> -
) ,Mr. and Mrs ;. -- WASHINGTON Jk'((;. ,
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: Walters ,
.7, P.a? .. ,. t of on Crosby have n-nienl ore; 'be '
Jea1 gs jlTownl arc to a station. There will GENERAL DEALERS.STABKB All busine before the Uidted St. U- Pitent y placed .vr>from -
Lake. -
Sch or "atbnes & Ileiberg; IQther c4in. These gentlemen cannot, }help be .a lare hotel built beautiful Office attended to for moderate -e-i4 Po1tl'ut l ,H Uoin (Ilr\L lofdrmatlon may Le obtain -
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but on irucured the United States nd JuU f'orcgu 4-6 ,. .t : -

ItnI '. -!1 Qj ., This meeting. Walters'have an, excellent time in Mrs/: Cryst&l ako;? ."' ?. ; :!.'.. February 23, 1888. countrit Rejected applications Trade JJark rrViTed and LubtK o.ul :p-.i r >?/ecuteJ.l..rAf'O'd I t'lf- dec3Q8.jf ,, L JBi&y

J :- : ; l ; :. J. 8 hand this charge.Mr. Mr. R. C.'Heiberger was out last To our friends un'7 customers: cheerfully Information: fiirni-hewithout advice as to obtmn charp-!>' l' :eJt3, !daO"wn.: lriert .:

.. ;jtde1egrapb; ,, Oper- .4'.; J. C. Clark exhibits Send Sketch or Model for free Trees- And1etThii: ** ;;.: ,.- : ;
,{ J wee He ia
.. v. shoes some very having more trees set WE UAVK JUST BBCICIVED.ONB OF THE opinion as to patentability. .
"..." ', b.' f -. .. >.::H'...: ..<' l', week handsome Copies of patents furbished fur i each.. A IA.lr/e flomntn'Ia7cL. '
.Hl I in his beautiful > -
water buckets most .
cypress and largest and
.e)4# -- I fct bck bottom grove we hope complete .tockeof.DRY prconupoookDte luTiivJ. fc) .
iNv hoase, t. 'rent., 1:1 J wblc9 .* .. made at! VVinsor i : it will .- 1CEL1VMSAsECLlLTT :. i iF
: .w These
k- ," ',_ ". ,. :1--, r>- are as prove a great success to him, GOODS CLOTHING aud HATS, for thd ted8 r .W .. ; "
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."' --.J.f.. 0. J ,- 'li ._ . 'c: 1..4 : jood and..as"cheap as anyindweadvisee The ,Sunnyside Sabbafb School. i is Spring Trade- -, ever brought- to Bradford RIVERS & JOINER Send" to A. Callahan, -> ,,fr

ff.P.1.1" Iarges cIraodsI one to use them because still flourishing.We .- county. C. 1- Mel)se,tJl'lo id! .

1 r' P* SS QOOPS- t' For 'asta1ubPQr.W' tt iwfUl _
i they ,are home made. ,are situated. 8m"Jg southeast, ., .
fi wr3ofor." .- : exhibition at &Beaberger's of.Starke' on the Starke" and Orange We can show you Rome of the most 8TAKK6PLA "., ..... 'J. "".,.,' ark& .
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Messrs. Truby, Sternburg Co. elegant patterns o( OingUaajs, Seersuckers I IZSTCC1iQn$lif.i, ,TraMtf.3t itea
State Snator7 ;a ROW Cash S --
Cheap -
: road, and? have! one /of/ the best localities .
receded full lyawns aadSataons, which ve are J.t Starkeicrlwat W *&
eight car loads of at .Wo >
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goodsin DRUGS ANOI1EMCLS! ,
,f.JJ q1h'' Judge b ate a, pis; 73d in the State for health, offering at remarkably low figuA'M.W.HITE S ;
."." K.ei., the last 12 days and about as : In ord. to.extWdnnreery.: arid erect
C01.1 4 hal qf. .foQesIt birthday Tue Quite a number, fruit raising and truck farming. C ODS.. : U fruit e"apoI'llW.-n.ff. vpiur floor -
many more by freight, It takes an The' Our assortment of White young bearing IroWt."or part Interent in
and Goods Table I
: d peach, plum persimmon do ,
: t the
f. ibga'! of his friends i along goodtime. Linen i all or nnfmtiriived fruIt1adtde4 .. c ;
of Swisw mid
mmense amount 'goods to keep Hamburg Embroideries
Iiccly here.. Quite a "number are I hargal!). 1,300 orange t.rfe2&4)o; peach :'. ,
.; r:1L-vTaurb3$. their mammoth stock. India Linen and Nansooks, Silk ;).00. K"I.ey ; -
f pIunn,3WJapep
< : ) smIiaJis 1 up P4'WUOI ;> -
; I going into the strawberry business.We Gloves, Mits and Hosiery, U large, and other aseltct fruit l TO groveTiaMqr' \ '. '
f n th18 ick" list.' Mr. R.: M. ( e ,new P'Q so. is I Mr. C. II. MOQn has rented and is would ,advise all who want to and them now Itearinjt. Can r'anorably expect ', -tf-
-- j .. getting along11Y.' :Tie| painters will be sold at prices. that defy com peti iu!,-ason of 18SV l, 00-b .htor ?
: .Go. .to Walter VVilJs'. for your fitting np in fine style the building make a grove "to come out and see tion. Peen-to !t'&ches,2o buahela of Kelaer '
*!* ? Y* are beautifyiipaint. \'Jt a ppat of plums, 1.000 ooses of omifrra. ThaaltU. '
C. II. -
formerly occupied by Thompson our high land.
: drypine LakesideP. LOTHINQ.
#Demons, apples, etc.. tud, lake protectiou.quality of oilaud h
*) _, 5 &8 a restaurant. Mr. ,Moon :%xjects O. is only 2 J miles, where thereis We have a good line of Clothing suitable TU1ET D FArCY AJICiES subsoil thrift of trees unfertilized tudU ,, '".

'- Mr. John (S. Colson died at Pine. Joseph EcWa"gW8'new' building to keep a first-class place and a saw mill, ,. rice: and grist mill for Spring and Summer wear, purchased PATENT MEDICIXiS: ,, &c. of-.atea'rand choice fruiU Home/OraogQ' |na buds,lanm 11 vnrietr-j axa : c'..%. : ", ... -

hull Wednesday nigljt, at very low figures,and ..
our customers old .
; and will do well. and PRESCRIPTIONS endured the Die freeze. and v be ar- ;
it
is the probably CIRFEIILLY
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fituP gtor3V e want live
nicely very good : I .
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people shall haye the benefit ,the I lug icoldon fruit. ,.1>u1'8 soft,wat...oJIr ,.
: Regular meetjpg of Coqijty Com- best bakerv. irt-Pttteide of TacJc.sonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. 'Martin have who are not afraid to work, for I reduction. : I II __couovNvED AT .,4LL.IIOVILL I jug land no marsh bold lake from futk w-w

piis8ioner8 nexf'Ionda y.. I l been in Jacksonville this week buying it takes plenty of work to make a I. Cents' Furnishing Qoods. I -side!- Geneva Lake; near Lake Simtt y.(. ; -! Ss
If ytra are in need of any thing .in. the & 5?
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I Lemons, apples, bap.nas, just re-. Prof.. Clark. flpects to leave today furniture tofit up ibs Kentucky grove, but not necessarily much line of Gent Furnishing Goods don't DRUG STORE0! IUITTREEAGENT ', .

.ceitecl at Walter Wills1. for Gepr;' 1 The Professor has Uuse.[ Mr. Martin takes charge money, and if anyone dQubts this weinvite fail to give us a call, as we hnve. a fine I xm prepared to fill all order*.for '.; -

i him to look at thp of assortment, which we propose to sell at peach, pear, and other fruit trees at the -
Furniture to eui eTcrybpdy at labQred in scW until his health has this week, and it will no doubt soon grove -- -
P Mr.[ astonishing low prices.w ; lowest possible prices. Special bargain :. .
D. L. who ,
"JtVuby: Steyaburg&sCo.s.. ; given out. '_. obtain its full portion of visitors, Phillips"- commencedwork wish to call your special attentionto offered bjTtfia 100 to 1000. Trees .of any' 't

v '* I :- i is on his place five years ago our kind,variety p'raize turu ahed., I.have ",.
The .
The W. QjV. me, Lon Thurs J.X Gaskins drug store .
: A fresh supply"of groceries conitantly with but $5.00. lie has built a good SHOE DEPARTMENT. also orange trees, by the 100,or,1000 fronj -
hand' T W. Sweat's ,l ay March lljat 3 p. m. at the now controlled entirely by Mr. John 3 to 6 1''In..
old at botton
on at. iiouse and has now a very promising In this line we oan offer you % larger years prices : -
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a full attendance Wills. John is one of'Starke's assortment v'te persona wanting fruit tree of, '< _
Temperance; to selcot from than can be any.
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place trees .
: Mr 'N. J-Jones )'opened a street beginning to bear. '
; is required. j 0 most popular young men and an excellent -I found outside of the large cities, and kinds vineK;ahruba, roses anything -
E. hou This place was never fertilized fill in this line Co"8M
D.Vairs -
before
by new e. drug cleik. He. is too well haviuginade special arrangements with :;-- -vJI me Dnrcbaaiug ":; :.4
Col. Peekj'jte newly appointed this and then little elsewhere. T ain connected with Bsrek- -. .
year only a cot- eastern manufacturers we can save -
you
L. !
We now }hare aiail each known endorsement GAS(1S .
way Justice, has'fchands full of business to require any ton seed. The fact is he knows howto from 10 to 25 per cent. on these goods.If wan (ana other celebrated narMite.and -
twice a day. Still wo progress. from us.Ve wish him success. PEALER IN I guarantee a11'"rdera will be fillsd'with -
in the much .accumulated make trees better than are intending to build T .34
you
CtoarJi grow any remember Drugs & Mdic'in exactness othdaud ;.variety wat0d,'

Two cottages to let, centrally lo- I docket? '_ H. E. Clark is now agent for John one else, and this can be proven by that we carry a frill line of building a'I am detera ned to> gire utiaCwtlon, -'

.F pated.Apply to N. J, Jones tf. ii:. Newton, of Ny York, and also his neighbors, and his method does material, including Sash, Doors and S'tarkeFiatPhysicians' : so that I can/dofbuainess with .UM '
Miss Suo vies w no\y at home Blinds .
Lime, Hair and Plaqter, Paints -
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A fine line of fertilizer constantly and expectjp remain here this agent for Sharpcox & Urie. of not cost much but hard labor. and Oils and Builders Uardware. PrescripliionsJarefuQy .'parties_-4 eft hi, the,-.totiire. .to' Pxi&,'-'. ,'ltNI --. ----

hand & Co. Philadelphia; and If you want, good 4-12d6 ( Compounded at all lutu**- pn by Truby Sterpburg been } ESM. ik.; F
summer. Sfc a* teaching for _ We have just rebelved a car load of night i ,j" ome,. .' ;. ., .
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hr returns be sure and bring II. E. C. ; "
several, moiitl, faar4lcn Seed NA LS direct July 26, t3'9 -at. 1OREA.OARIINEE. 't
from the Manufacturers at ; ,
berries. Crates furnished: to
.A few sewing, machines will be Messrs. -SflB & Adams, contractors your Wr have only a few more packages prices that will enable us to save you _
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sold cheap by Truby, Stprnburg & are kepllisy' building bOUS R. parties wishing to ship to these of garden seeds to give awayto big money. U, )D. MINER |( 'Starke.' ..,;. '","E:1 7,

houses. new subs'-'ribers for Hardware, Agricultural Implements,"fee-
Co. only one

_____ They since Jani&The havetwted: t rf1 quite a number. To OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS. dollar and twenty cents. Corne To enumerate the various goods in this MALE ,AND ,F lE.INSTITUTE '

A mammoth stock of Spring goods ; department would require too much ; -
attention is called to our early or they will all be tf -
Special gone.
|just received at .Tone*) & Heiberg- firstilid carload of nails -' -.-- ,--. apace. We carry, however a complete .
jt.t : large and well selected stock of The (.UUiailii """r.i line of shelf and. hoayy Hard ware;''Hoes, : '. ." "

fL __r---- that ever cat- to this county .-IK, g Spring Goods just opened. Purchased -i The TELEGRAPH will keep up to Rakes, Shovels Spades and Standard ( 'I -'

;: Mr. N. J. Joijes hcs bought two received bytuby, Sternburg & Co: strictly for cash anti for sale at I the times, and especially so now as Plows now in wee, an-1 are SOLE Agwits \ ?
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valuable pf afewday41 for the lifted AOAll-3 HARROW, a ''hhtt1t :,;:i 1r '. 'S'fAltIEFL.t. ; ., /
pieces *
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very property rock bottom priccf. the National election approaches.: Inclispenslb'e' to the Orange .rlr: '_. itt. '**. --
grower; "
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-. 'jately. j! Mr. JosciThonias has again become JONES & HEIl'ERGER. Subscribe also tho '1't."p i__ :
I 4 at once and keep postedin cejobrnted Planet, Jr., Hand SPRING VTERM9th. OPEL'tFAR '

Truby, Sternburg 4 Co. are offer- owner* the saw mill at the Mr. S. F-. Gardiner. has sold out the world's doings. tf Toola.'which uo Truck Fafinor or Strawberry WATCHMAEANDi 1888, anxcontlnties Six MonthS.RA k

department. Scrub and! moved with his family Grower can well afford to do without. A ,T of tuitr # &::
ing genuine "bargains Jn D; $ $3.00. and
every interest to The Entertainment.The .
his wild Apron
orange syrup Bazaar Under this head we would call your month a
to lhat.cc. J4.00pcr payable at the;: end wf. :
f ;_ Mr. J. H. McUrayer. who expects to TELEOBAPii'srcpcrtor hrs had attention to our very complete stock .of J'EWE.JER: A each month. iusIc;3,50 per month.' .

Qp Monday the School Board Mr. T. K w it's popular' boarding put up 1,500 bottles here, and then a peep at the pretty things which light and heavy HARNESS, SADDLES I STARKE, FLA. Every advantage offered to thoa r who '
and WhIPS, a'so' the noted 'Atlanta -attention given to repairing& Wachei desire a liberal edacaiftm at R low e6 t,
d. ), sq4 warrants to the amount of- housed all: the boarders it will he will move his )headquarters to will be on exhibition, and for pale at WAGONS for which we are the --.nclt8and rca on..hle prices Jewelrv.fur&c....&0"Eauuiie All "Irk of IUar .,):fat .. For further,pnrUculxrs nddrem, ,

f 61.Q.5, hold and|fJla are turned away Shelby, N. C. The total value of the apron entertainment tins evening SOLE AGENTS. l& Pace. A : i)ILCLARK4.B; L- :

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Five pounds of-good-Rp| coffee almost evjfejday. : Mr Gardiner's medicines and patents I at the Court lioiue and is prepared Sportsmen will fiad thai thef, can obLJn 3TARKE LIVERY STABLE {' :4! -k'?. Prine.... -

In of March 30 will I was-estimated at $15,000. to say in advance that theentertainment : every style! or JT!, fishing tackle! : 'Dec..'23. 874f.tt', .' "4If -.
for one dollar, at Truby, Sternburg; our we we I *' -
II -- in J otbcr supplies: 0: us at rock 1-ottom I
/J Co. publish tbfiarks. and brands of all I We would call attention this weekto promises to bo one! "rices.TTo: AND AA TilE BLOOD IS THE LIFEOPA3 ,
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of the
most novel and attractive- #
who hand Jem in between now and I the new advertisement of Messrs. sro in a petition to furnish both FEED.,AND SALE ST BtES -liEllN' "
: Mr. Geo. Face has Ins office In the 11 :
;: fairs e\ er instituted in our cityampn! ; ::ho wholesale: ; and .t-Itrde'ith: handsbmo. -
then witb ft cents. Gardiner & Pratt, our live1 real estate t .
& tbi'IIIIIUi .
r' pld back of the A weB aa t.1O 1.11P
building
I store -
it I the handsome display of v.'c ligbV.vcisIii; ventilated CRATED, -
'l .,. Mrs. Andrews and children 'men. These gentlemen have apronsnotice oIP''fP. fife of the. 'trwr.. 1rl'U u tbveb. 4 kJy
depot. Jij. ibr the :.s! I iiMnr-nt'f Strawberries, Peach- -
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__ __ __ one made by ajiss Sophia!: V" flli1tRY S tn" ,1riU are. &. de 'plua
returned}!esday from a visit to) done a great deal of good for Starke c?, (:;'e., at prices cs IG-.V 09.the lowest. ''i .1 Q .:' N I .:Wi:1. .A ; ; .b'-,-.MI dare -

Dr. Gaskms has an orange grpve her sistejr.t Brighteville. AH report r and this section of Florida in the .I sicCormic formerly of this city, but; We keep constantly on hand' large ; I l =. ftD t : ..._ ._ ? -;
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, at Sampson Jakp tbat is white with now occupying a prominent position .. I 'I '- wI;W. tt bs.wl&sap a .
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a pf eant yisit.ItJarcJ.4 way of advertising and that don't variety of tie Standard liraudn of FELl '. .
bloom. in ranks of the accomplished I J. ,'aJ =J: : : NIfbo'td = -
,., intend to lose a well bnilt up trade. TILIZKRS, for vegetable and fruit I .
. 1.. J. Pindarvis hag tbe best is the day set to publish I belles of Gainesville. It is made of growers, and would bo pleased to make = j' t : _-EE9. -

: -' marbnd brands.. It will cost SPRING GOODS! SPBJNG Goons! fine kara ma ka cha inee see with I special) prj. &s to .parties needing largeLADIES = ,,t "' *_ I .o." : -
i. Spanish potatoes in (o wn. Call and Ji ,,Iii ..GrCl *Dt
j BARGAINS!! BARGAINS!!! flJautHi ia.i. I
but and will} do IICC t',: tw&Trfr "TT4celve
them. ten jots you several toney ve va ta gorilla attachmentsand ,11&& 7Q : > -
gee To be had at Jones & Heiberger's if w.nt to furnish -<'AUK H t'_: .
you YOl1rhouRes
srdms
dolla 'orth of good, trimmed witn sky blue satin I & A. beeD.WBzwax. \,.;'*
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: Hatsl'Uats! !U! Hats!'( See Truby, Mammoth Dry Good's Store. give us 11CtJ1,nnll w'will. eil you First-class turnouts furnished' at all ulMtuziakevtew -. .; J ,"

.Mrs. |nk Walls and Miss Wall* grofgramed ribbon with a tastey moreKOod.s for tho money than you can hours day or night. l ;4 _. Clay ,J'JO _, N f -: ,

6ternburgJ Cg. maminoth.djs- f I0ave ocfor New Mexico, where The ladies of the Presbyterian bow on the left hand top corner. pet elsewhere in Pradfcrd.county.. Our Terms Reasonable., Give' us a iri t. p ; a '.-n i "ijuinUty" .- : ;

. 'rl y. _;!____ they eXit' to reside with Mr, \ValU- ohurch expect to give thpir annual Young men and old/ l bachelor: ce stock ofStoves ANDKEW3, & ALVAREZStarkc.Fl;*...: they dII:'4 ;: .ilC.- ..,.Ik ''.'

: : in'aid of the fund Tin, Hollow,,Wopd,n and & 3
.fot a Dobby new }iat of the .latest who isv-'ady located there. supper building which of you will be the lucky purchaser
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. i,' iyJe, call and see what|J. VV. Hodges March 21st' at the Court I 1I0u e.I of these handsome aprons ftnd I i is complete, and Willow we Ware can give you' anything .J.J W. HICKSCITY ;; : .
0 Tbefiool Board met last Mon .' J ; -fWiAtlSOa Walnut street. for 1
t. has op,band. will DIED-Of consumption, at the bearitaway to your sweetheart.P in the line Furniture; from an t.1 1t.> tt probably chang
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t. day pey notice lot of humble cot Mj an elaborate Bed Robpisuit. .taDtID ,'or to meat AtlatU. 0.
also a from the ; _
: Another large invoice of drygoods CQ! J House, on Wednesday tH'Cf1ing, aprons -
the dQf their meetings tp the 11J Titles. perfect. I In
f received this week at Truby, Stern-; secondlonday the month, Mr, H. S.V Woffeurtpri from Springfield fair ladies of Valdoata, Wainos- I.ast, but not le.ist, is our '' : T.L. CONSTANTIOTI, ,_J

-. p'r" Co '$., Mass. The late Mr, Woffen- borough and other points in Ga. In I Grocery Department' I a Jan.28, 1888. -. '-, : ."

') : Mr/, P. Smith, our.popular railroad den came to Starke abQut a mouth fact,.there will be aprons:, large and I In this il!|.a i HIIHIU will I.. found every I B1RBER AND n"'k nRES" R.j f (,
The Presbyterian ,church have Hrtii-le of t l diet from the loud/nonr/ krar.t .
::7 of :
But .is the happy father a for this occasion until 4-
small
but our climate could do nothingfor you I
: prdered' the upper lilts; for thg two bou4g f 8-1 h. girl. Mr. "Srnithw ago one whoso life was so nearly can't.rest, ranging from $15 to 425. to delicacica, uuitable for the!. Queen'stable. OPEh AI ALL TIlrE To'Assi t Nature :J :


a 1', j.. |arge windows. .. th1ule* tho bjggest. man in town.V 1. wasted away, It is reported that let everybody go and participate. III short, \re hive atlltdnew'- goods toevtiy -." 4/ In re !.- !' !iM': .,1 pr-,4--waatfl .tenp,!. j ji I. u .._._--'_
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One dollar will buy .1 200-lb. sacks I \ iive: -just turned out i fine his i wife is very lo-.v with consuinp Ice-cream and other refreshments.Please : ilepaiiniont( bo that 'we can'now SHOP OH; C LL f' JUST : IASTc. nJ! :!III i.alr mr.';-:(" '.ii: ,!'?'-.. Ii: pi:L.. <*

r'.t.-'i t'-:.!., .
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1'lh' .I'l'tOr-l a: :
. pf Liverpool salt at Truby, Stern- job i ifthe shape of a warranty deed j tion at her home.; His remains were fuinish you with ncar'r every 1'u 1<
feel deep dowu into your pockets : e'i!::::. 'I'I I C.I:I :Inu, t:: 'pr.4 4I

;. T', :.,Wg. $ Co.' IIi for V Jl. Edwards, of Lake Hilt It.'rf chipped" Thursday. to Springfield'l to-duyf and while feeling ask yourself this that cradle! m to in the IIPCUS gruve.iu hist: journey- from- thi:1 OF RAiLROAO. ; -ni'-tn.* :.!rit !,-..t iI1"' 1lnI"!. ".!.t 11"'i -f
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deal \ "Do I the : :tUIt'-n': !. ;.. f.IL: iu t:: .It-.n.: f :
tif Truby, Sternburg & Co. are erect- Mr. lards: is selling a good Mass, I question: owe printer any (
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t..4 lnn;_ ri..riv: ain'T. ,
be Will nantt.fun .'
f' A'alachicCITims.. AHLtTTOTHE-WISE! !ILI.Con..ey
keep on
constantly
thing
, t'i: |ng an addition to their store for an of }).rerts Mark and Jtrauds. I -_. -. line of the r..1 i lowing;goods for aalcJ i5ial-: !!' 'k-.tnto'i!. o? t!,. t! *ni It hiin. ,-., .j (_

III" ,pipress office. V alter Wills has papered and Things Are NQt What They Seem- a'V"'ed DANDRUFF CURE tel,l'aDS He hair 1. theri'f" ", that until tie hackingciiugti .l" '.
As we announced in December we H(From an Exchange.) CREAM? OF ROSES fur the face to is rrlevei1, thft! lirniH.iU: tinbe .. JJ.

fri' Mr. II. E. Clark Las ,thp thanks of 'jilted) }tus little store on the wharf, propose soon to publish all the marks "\Vhois* the niiiu with tile ministerial: is remove sunburn, tan,' freckles ana'smoth can I}av" 110 or\nprtnisity\ ha1. ,J' "4

$1 .,', ( bf TELEGRAPh force for I delicious I*nd it is as otat: and clean as possi and brands that are handed in to liSwith ook?" \ MoneyEarned theskiu.A full line of Razors and Honf** con- Dyer's Cherry PectoralSoothes ..' ;; '

1 fJ bakt of strawberries ble. Walter i is doing icmarkably 10 cc'-ts. This is a chance to ."That's the sporting editor." I NOTE TIlE FOLLOWINa BARGAINS : stautly on hand old razors repuirvd.iJ. and Heals / '

_ "And tUatnne that looks like a prize \v. HlCr S, /
well in business. { -
tti > fJ.Jl\e.l(! membrane arrutts Uwitin
:.Il.- Appther car of Ideal 'and Itest jave: your brand recorded cheap, fighter'' > .::5f BEST 27 inch Georgia Checks at .. .71c STARKE, IlL.i i < t.
and leans
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no'nJIlr1
I ? procws :
jdq flour received by Tntby) SUom.I What is tire matter with our correspondents Do not delay if you intend to take "The relieious editor. .1piniLswnat.. .;.. .... ...4c i.'it-i.! Th16! : i 1:4 wiy it i* morn bl' -

I ':. %hi hf Co. this wceI' ttWl ? We are always glad advantage of this liberal offer tf "And thin solemn looking individual: ?" Beautiful styles of batecns .121 to :15c LAKEVIE'V, ; .I..III..J tLnu any 'otlur- paltr" -

I to hear from each part of the count'v "The funny man." 1I1 tfi-ii"-. 'J:, :
t Best 5-4 Tahiti Oil Cloths. .. .. .. .
27icG
,(' of To My :Friends and "r,. I' Kixl tf Dartous'crit's
DI-4 o-A nice assortment it does ua all good to Patrons "Andthat, jolly lookin t1 low?" CLAY CO., FLA,, r
\ and believe '>0'1! quality f,dlet Hose asst. col, .. .8c "Four lcol /
f
.l'1Irclr-.J felt hats at low, figure*, at j **&&?& As. I am about to remov my rale The'abiWiiry editor." : j-far' &
; know what IS going on. j were !-?, wlikh was_ fol* .1
.1 veat's red room t to more convenient! quarters; Gorxl Quality Qsnt.8 hnlf Hose, -asst.ool. .5c : ,
store. : I
terrible was T\I.
_.* t I :E. T. Long, a colored barber, has where the public can be better accommodated i Led Astray. Good Ilanclkerchiefi ;........ ........ o J. BECK J1 I confined cougJi.to 1117 bcd aJx>i'' ,
Ms Fannie.Martin has rtuned into the 'FEiu ;INA, Nassun Co.. March 29, i ite ;
opened a shop opposite WalterVil.s' building oppj y !. G'-ntii'e }liaid1t.St' Flannel Suits at $10.00 ., My i LyRican finally at', -, J ,
i4-QSLark: and accepted posit 1l as site the postoffice lately ,'acatedoy 1880, : I. anti that : -I.
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-- This is three .i' gumption,
\ little store. Unitiii Casdimuru Suits at, .. .$6.50 J' tAlA
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& Dr. Simmons Liver
Richard Pace I 1 IffiYid
desire to Regnjlatora"Hf51ways of ncfc
One :
i-/if' eachfr in Orange Collge4 pressmy i I! m" .my :1
..._..,.4 barbers for Starke. Hair cuts and gratitude to the public their \ found it to do what is I,I Union Cassiincro Boys Suits at...$5.00 & COMPANY, l to try Ayv-r'a Cierrj' 't'm

- ',: Qie) dollar'in cash will buy more. shaves will be cheap now. liberal support in the past at bhcit cluimeu for it. The 'last bottle aud two '. Men's Standard Screw Brogans *t. .$.: : 1 1Jrfll't? I h-lt'. -
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t;, goods at 1'V.. Sweats redjstore is being hauled on the continuance of the same! 'i addition pacRagls did.me no good and were worsthannn'thing. U-iy's Sinndard strew Brogans _. ...$1.00 I REAL ESTATE s LOAN BROKER.-.- 'I' ".,,*' ) J.O o-: -- ilL _.. 1"
4' lumber .
The *. ,It 1." lit
f.han: any etoie in tewn.I .* C *- lot for to bakery business 'elI I *pe it is not put up by Liverp-ol Salt, per suck .. ... .fl.OC Dec. 23. 5' -- '4 .
Rev. f. K. Sharp's a new : for sale block ice ,t -
H'5vfeilin
1 keep prean Jh J. & Co and not genuine a"d ," .r- ; -

I Z.<: It will soon be too Ijte; -. to house. Starke is glad to welcomeMr. I will be something entirely r a waste of money to !,uy i.. I would be.. Extra, quulity Rio Coffi-e. 5 Ihs for. .$1.00 If you spit up phle/jf/ : '. ..

Starke also I Soap b oz. cakes, 10 for .. .. .-' ':.' -
pay (axes. Do not delay. police- Sharp as a citizen as well as : shall keep Ach ghufjo gel the pare and genuine. Send with a hacking coug v :,' ; '

.4 L tot Hale wijj be here Monday of the M. E. chulch\ : counter where one ca.n. obtai Jcnp me some: from honest hands ((1.\HU r'ed, Z Vulcan Parlor) Jlatcht-s. ppr dnz. boxes, 5oVc Leans' Tar Wine Lu>|\ ..' ,; : ...i
pastor
, 'I, -.---- ] of coffee, a biscuit, a sandwi Jor a and; Zeilia & Uo.'s signature on wrapper): \ woqld gladly quote you prices on .Oap. SoaAncwreceiDt -;, ,1 ,, '

5. 4.: A full line pf fresh, groceries just There will be an Apron Bazaar good roast of beef. I shaU'Vrnake a I Tjic fictitious stuff sold will i jure';someone our entire Stock, but npuce will not per- tb> .:,:, : .; _
ftoOlbs
I at-: /received at J.V. Hodges' :id for to-night at the Court House, the object specialty of family cooking'and be_ : hadiy. u- mit. Suffice 10 say, however. that we can '' I ",,.'- '",- :' ("."
that I of
lieve _can do cooking tof meats,. 2* BENJ. T/RICII. good Ian4 .
--.z pale J your Ob't Serv't. siire yon money and will do so if von will ', .
cheaper than any place! in town. of which is to raise money to chicken and I :
pastry cheaper tian )& -, give ns a call.Thanking $1.00. This i is just th| ,
th 11 4'I for the new chandeliers at the can be done IQ the family..In tb 4 Frequently acci< euts occur ,in the for Farmers. This recei \ : .
pay. .
you
"A your liberal patron- l ;.
"," j; I M. Richwreh. AH are invited. fall I will open a candy f "ory, witts household! wh'ih oaii.,e burns, .cute, ngc in the past and soliciting a continuance at only $1.00. : : s

,., Joseph I Ephart I The 1 baler, 1 has a the assistance of hew Fr prains, and brui"e-i;..for dse in su(-h of the .t\ddn'8s'i1 : .
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r' i same, we remairi, '... ,
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- :: 1.rce.heeled wagon and a two. You will see on the fourth page Gruger, of New -or_ 'Wjjjuitu- cafes Dr. J. H. M.-Leau's Volcanio Oil Yours ir. IIICKLW.j'J)" ; 'I : ; .
I, '11' '- facture from our uativI : Liuiuieut bfor mtny y ars been the very lespectfully, L k ."( '
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Mr. J. -
'M"I g horse to deliver gouds with. the advertisement of P. I and sugar all my goodESind oney's etQt COI1 t*lIt lavori'e, family remedy. TIWB STERNBURO &*? To the first who answerT ihIarft1. : ,- -

I otI Bradford County's Surveyor.Mr. **"- '. IO'N. -6u and mention this ,
D' Pratt, to supply not I : pape I win
t the Coun onlyS &rkewitb00dpure '
grumble because 1-teh fTT -
paid 0
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well his 'or bQI )hna-fafhe. female troubles; -
understands business candies Croupy
'": ; 'J."t.I .1, have 1 mills, it Pratt but ? ncr further I. .." ;.. s"' S'iffoeatjon8 nigj -
assessed yBtr(; 5 neuri'.ic PII4jfltLje hed, take nr. J COTTON; zol Wu 'II t -
is always ready to serve I south of us. RjWtfultocities ,lrnQn affections .j
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need of bis services, .< JJ!AB'1' PIUCtH. \ ; :
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.r-i---! : .'STATK KEW4XV ,: 'P' 'The-i--Cotwly 1 ,On raitfioners. ,have TIle sugar refinery..at St,. Cloud. :1 ._:."' r .t- PHATr'- -- ***3%_ :

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c''t_ ".. ..,4 :. ,decided (Lo bond the county for near KissitriinecT..started ip' ktrtTuesdayi -Gi.RDJtfER. 10& N'1ZAAft\ t t.4

State ., budding ; and will continue opti' thc ."isr __
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&$ a new court liouae at St. Augustine, present clop .o.' cane ,is .exl a8td. . '' r 'f .'IV', .F-".:. < 1." _

m 1 A.pa()\\l fonuiM. 1,000 lnub-f rorided .the, people of the county There aow' planted at 'St. Cloud ,3TA4radfcr ,.County. F1T1 1 i i 1-..ttf> .11. .' O. BUILDING .

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tt>*, ;z\vet him' neai.7 10,000 oigar The:dnll in the artesiaQ veU baa lid.huldredfl bke.---T.Ri1 a'Tribu.D jof.acrve8. REAL lfEA8ENTS 4 i: ''", I t 1III1-----. . .. -.

track a flint rock on ;'whvhit can i .A...Dsei
i will An effort is being jnade to get the ... r 4
make no Dynamite '
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be resorted to. Th/. / water basin is old Indian chief Tallaha8ee .togo.to -S .r: '!- wj4 ALL KIMSAfiE,/ *
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H. p. Gortnwi.u, lb<5.,,new Mayor 000 gahlon-Qca1a13anne. know exact|t.V; ).at the. idea. of thisis ORANGE ,GROVES, r tltrlni tjrtyA'V'V V SH"tttti"ir c/J&JIJ-jp&f ,
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unless it is to show what South i) :
10rXaJ.t.n. e. ''II', ,..., Ap excnrajott from Key Wwt:'to ;- "- !tf ,.
Florida can do in .the way of railing tEURAYANFIE CIQAB&jIVEP .

4 T : .*tIMt Jtbckaonville. the Sub-Tropical passed through Indians "Tallahassee" i> certainly RoVED FARMS .- "L .". .. :.,. <:.-

baa "J.I..ttOO P. _.. --. the$tjr last Friday. They..md ,an agood 1, pecifljen.Taru?1Y, Inform ; .. .B ':\ .' 7 ".' -, -
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.r : FORAN. PAPER OEtl'Repairing
expetyent band jof'pw ic with ,them, ant '. '' 'r" ;
.
".1 iA.w JW to a *hI4tj
orgwitc and our citizens' were treated to WILD ---Ilonjientoanm. k i- ,
-otut aN .SSW/ey apld a piece IANBS,. 8TaI, IS u.88. .'.Ir'' .f'' .. -
1 sorr?e good inu5ic.- QcaIa Preijs.. Yesterday Pf. .' ., A ,..,. .. '
-
: -' f of ground o--geitlepisn from Cat -. ..
.mlu 'Critic |KinjM a '1r. J. J., Buncbt phqwed UM a ijEo.rnja.Wbo intend building at once. the FtbiiAjOVTUEJLNflAILWAY
to
bl4t1ere of lind belonging. .
'liaGtaaq Ji; .
Cl ;
Ilf "tnmpth cabbage a few days ago The,gentleman said to the. doctpr: .: > I
.., ,. tbe state md IIM'"W
thir- 'CO. distribnte4 throughout ,
wt'ar. .I.. ma gpuNa which weighed something pver cJf"you'want nyQne.'tp.b.ny) here .,. ',_' I
1 Ii'omjoj a buttonierre.' : tee(;. pOIl 1ds. It was :sent to the6ulk.Tropic.al just end him, to ',California for six extending sotithwar4 fromthie8oiIth. boundary Georgia Ipyj 'orf IifrplJ.! '

andplaped among the months and. can assure ,he will I
'
'fc i fc p- T1" you i
The hotel poD. e.J>/emplpyi/ Polk cponty exhibits.. -Inforniai) buy as soon' as he gets bac ."- Monrpe county. ., ,Wagon ado To Ord r, .: ""i'

o'be, i &rtop e The* water* in the i i river,* owing 4othe Times.U. wn. liberal Term and Special Inducements are offered to -. .. .' Plows fclade 'To .Qr:jin

h City jlftd'p ud both aa. / late rain?t w quite hjjrb,-but fish Last Monday Mr. G. W. Gaudy FIDE SETTLES. *: ,. kinfS done 'neatly and with
BONA ot fcpitch
jir.ii the piJ! Rf'V Ri are plentiful; b tr. Corasfcxck catching brought to this office a fine Cassavaroot :

ISomtBf JJorid..railroad bas eight fine black! bass anji a pickerel which he was sending to theSubrTropicaJ. -. Q. iIORSEIrOEING, BLACK-SMITHlNG
te in about hour tfie ojber day- It of' of and Sirann's land and lands of ,
hedu1es. an was but one 350,000 Acres Williams. '

r." .ddanotber ft traip-. -IQ i tI1- Clay Spring Progress. year's growth and ..ised on common SamU A, Swann, situation both sides of the Florida Railway and Naviga All kinds I Iron :and WoodWork solicited. ,

r "i4ln._ wr.1 bwpcct& for a Mr. Celestino Falacio |*U* us that pine land withodt.any fertilizer tb Atlantic coast and rluggy Wagon Bu lthoard
better. Railroad between Ffpandina, on ) $ If you want Surrey, Phaeton
\aty crop of;oatil wprp never the new of Havana!! tobacco is whatever, yet it !measured five feet tipp PO'S J IJne ,
crop
'JU athD l r"th t touriiUf .will i I much bpttfif than |,bat>f' !last year, two and a half inches long Courier., andiqpigbed. Ce.dar J eys,'on tbe Gulf of Mexico. or. any other lf B from tt Baby Carriage U a fanjt'jfon:
9
.I JeAW te.OOOOW f n Florida tb js sea- I hence t.be prospects f or u busy summer ppunds.-Bartow --

0I. ? 'C : in.the .cigar E rad flf JCey West .;Gc_ t' ORANGE GROVES$ 'and IMPROVED FARMS I can supply j1 want on short niUce.CarriagIanufacturi.ng. ,',

are good. : aator-Deinocratf I ,
Ire vB n.aqoU' is "ootpIainifl : A Specialty '

.ptJn' .. hotel acppnimoda. The first'regular fJipoijglT passenger A S'I1CIALTY. .

,tioL-. ""'* *. ...-* *r /* rJi" T' train went op through fhe Qrang fpTaroen. Belt Springs'railroad enil for discriptiue pamphlet maps etc. When making ,oppliertion 1E.MOIiTT: : J

It ii" tim! ted' hatVida. will on the I3tb ins ., wjth J F, Jacob S. for lands whether to principal or the agents PLEASE ,

'fl.i e. 3,000,000 b/oxes of range A Dastn, family' and r.v&nts.at pasacpgers.Eqtiatpr.Dcthoerat. ROYAL___
ADVERTISEMENT.
.ttal'lerr.' r'br $, I_ REFER TO THIS I Stark FIa > i

i&arch9lS8S tf ,
A temperance'aocicty with fifty A correspqijdent pf a northern -- .

Member* wa organired: p larIott.e of tfyflg clams in old o '

larbor lut weeks ** paper,arppa speak!Uay tliat weighed qyer five J. P. PRATT; O. E. New art Valuable Nursery Stock:

)jeriif: Bowman. ran. ffcwn pod pounds each. Thjs story leads liar to I:' Ollltty 5uPYoJ'ov, PttWConveyancer. ,) Netlw7' .,
the the clam-it
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pornerc-4: .aPJ: |oftp !?orpb near suspicion that y Hi ** r "
in I'lorida.-Atoona
still Uogers .
-, town early: ;ves r r mOrn Qg. and : We p Hsl of valuable fruits which are JndUp4Dsabi.to :

-.-- killed bim.-r:1'iU. St !: Register. _ March 0 1888 tf Call Street Starke, Florida. mer. who | the value of, and beaatify his home. 'T"7 "
Iake. I yarmere eqftoi' very small amount of'money and labor add aT rJ j
.
r c41.! D. M.; Fr4f fit Louis is Myron Gillett, of South died per e of th'ir property and the bappinea and comfort olllMlr- $. .
at the"iPalraett w6'V'li'pst was Weirwho has b pn doing California homes and nm/tfnnp the opportunity..o1esd oobtaInInZMa; smsI- <
% I "he cost the lg varieties of fruits smted tQ this section,..viz '
*" returned Monday.Yhile! pronounces EDWARDSSON1 new.au ::
Utioned herein -rr7there, AKIM0pawn W H : _
- California a graqd State : -- -:-_ --r- ,.
qFrbune.
!! '_ T .J his visit bas made him a stauncher PEARS.1 &eet hirb. ; POUXORA9ATX8.Wait ,

.** Uon'TonJeffon'tbe 13th for of Florida. Ocala La1s.B. ,......... .,.,.. t .
friend
thaq eyer I Leconte..r; te taeach $ oiL fdRed.. ......." ,." .. _
".f
TituiTillc Ioadp4, with:i tqnjatoe*, Banner. LAKE BUTTER Bradford Co Florida. .....? __ .
Ostxjrn'i Summer,.. jiM. eentaeach' .
harinp; arrived np from Iaflon ER I Large Japan...... .. .. ....50 en t lea ch -
have .t
Ste Parties f Sumter
the 10th. Lakeyonh Item.rigscp pom county Dwa(....aawe pric M*oTi or seedlings HtLBD.1UD' ::'

44 ... been bere for'sevcral days looking AGENTS FOR THE t&PEACHES. -. *,very proKflc....".. .,_.. ::;
'"iTie ; ; will Ibe ful'.y: after machinery, and Just clQsed a Pure.This RettEvwbcaia............... }.'___'-.'
Absolutely _ _
.4lPeeoto ,feet 1Ut. ;:
garnered.hefpre the first pf..April.Gocoa .- contract with the Florida Iron and : Co r\ .
varies. A marve FLORIDA SOUTHERN Rail Way and .. .
Faff Qfahge WoodAVorkiJ for a he saw mill powder never Honey. t' NVT8. "
". PoblfcSpirit ivy of strength and wholesomenessMore Aldzander(very eart;). .... ;
purity .. ...h W a.Dllt,...... ..... .j;.
read first of Mar Ad "
county, for wprktng' OYJ1r 8- -4p9p.ka ; economical than the ordinary Trust Lands S. A. Swann Trustee. Pall.aeedUDcotHoDt II.each, $U ICO Climese.. .... ; .
vertiser. kinds,and cannot be sold in competition Blood... ..... ....L. KklfchChertnutsV.V.: .".".}11_ 1t.& 1';
In alj probability fhe 4jqzar will with the multitude of.low test short William's and Swann's Lands formerly R. R. lands. Golden Yellow., .1', J 1SpanL ..........., .4
l ,kept the round thereby Our friends from the weight, alum of phosphate powders. SJADI/jh ... ....'_ 'io:1:'
_
$ open year visiting P.,.anl.........,......... '
.ll
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-. givinjg St. Augustine ;1'ailditwzI attractions "bliz arQ2t States are delighted at der Sold Co.only, 106-in cans.Wall-st.Royal, N Y.Baking Pow- Florida Land Improvement Company of NewlJersey. PLUMS* gees. t br-h. A"moodts" noft shell..".... ._......:f; "i''O _,. X.,
.' ;
a* a trammerresort./ the idea pf fiqding neither ice snowor '86.
April 17.
tbeir Florida Land and Mortgage Company Limited. WI14000. ........ ... ..,.20c nUeach --.i}.
mud .
,
;o encounter during M .
: QBAPX9.xcupp
l"nInua Paf8&rdJi(red k4.25
Th vegetable of t iI.county ..
f ,, rop wither sojourn with us, but in their DUY1m8'OtJIDJ:1a Japan Med1eraevergreJ.. .CO rnonr....,..... ..... ,.
t iif/HJ be tpp !TW ns of distributing e ., -0- I Kelsey. Japan,. ,a year.Cl.. .....-GO .". :: Jlack Eagle ............. =.
and
place "bud and bloom. -Cocoa tuned March Septeach Bradford and Putnam 1 ......: .... .. .
t1? nearly a milioi}! > 'dallara awQHg ;be year It la an encyclopedia These lands are located in Columbia. Baker. Atychua. Clay Oran1'YforietJ' ......J .'."
.. .Advocate.GiMtvas Public Spirit, of useful information and other Counties, directly in a line of the new Georgia Southern and Florida ':
GajnwviUe .
}people. 'i for all who pur- Railroad and can be bought cheap in lots to suit purchasers.0 5? 4. ,.,
? which were bHghte4 by : Mr. A. S. Hawley, late of Am- ohaaa the luxuries of th* PESSfpN.one year. a PEPTHOorMelonShruh..r .,
necessities of life Weaa .. a. Knewthhtgdeetln8dtob.Onfth.b f
:' tb.e pJiof', q .J1, ,e.ful.11' epoyerod1 berst, Mass,, has mad.e arrangementsfor clothe you and forntan yon with These lands are all well timbered, including Yellow Pine White Oak, Hickory, Among 8eedleeL etria.i- :::: ::. }EOcents aeh.et .,.,_........_

.. : .;P41 1JQtf.-:around tore' laden growing tQb cohere this year, all the necessary and nnneoeaaarfapnlianoaa Cypress, etc. To large buyers will make special bargains. ,Ziogi sugar sweet. and.... ,. "
4 with'' it-Cocpbli Bpuit.V .. : and is now engaged in putting in to ride walk. danoo alMp, -oWe t.4 I -
'r
'. for eat flab hunt, work go to churoh ir- : flag;
seed sufficient to give plants .
t '. claims AnTold pegW,1h county tweutyrfive acres-t ake City Tobacco and Quantities. Juat Hcura out will sell land In any County. ly February 24.. 1888. ...
styles their JroWD Turke- ....... "
.to.be lot year' old ''aid: judging! Plant.. what is required to do all thesa things Alezaader.Red Astracban................. &...... 1 .Plack..........r......... }. ws .
and can makefairestimate "- -. .I-? > 25 cents each .GrreD.,... ......: .
frpiDjiu appearance1'we should im4in COMFORTABLY you Crab.*.....e.. ... fiffl... J j a
)of the value of the BUYERS'oumlJ. Button,laet CeaIren 8hOH. A MafettlrtheoJ.4)lES "iJ
J'DCII ,
which'rqelsi red .
I i .q ,to b*,:(VP ;'rtt, age.- A wild cat twentynine which will be sent upon S 84 SHOE or tile "AlOIal .- -
: inch frem the stump of 'its receipt of 10 cent'to pay postace S e3 S .* tdfugtoyouSa. heidT.e17n'eDI 4 ORANQ. .
'a .
St APRI ,
UAisiaouzat.siPappsrs pialnlye.a.
:
.: 1 .,. ...... tail to the tip of IIM nose, was killed MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. t. .SeeiIngs. .awiet..io.. Ie .11I... t
....... .
..
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v. '; 21 1. EarlyGoJden ... .
: ) ._.,
: .' HI .
l'I'tti-Ane'D U Y .. rul' last.week.by J. W.'P, CjrtP\an near Pl.utJURt.-4TGU.Chicago, : JAMESMEANS Red 1IoIDAII.. ....j"... >25 cents each. Buds ? ears ptr .. ,
i'; .. iirotbe La*Peah-4IUdpe; biihouse few miles southwest of I \\ I I RnsftJan .,..... ., t..l 'Tanger1e.. _'.n.. ...... ',"'h.,
r ihr 1bea '-- S4.\SHOE : "I-. :MaDderlne... ...... _.}.
?lt
{.* .'., town, near'the Great,, 1a1e'Apoph&44yprt4ser Vb u CONSUMPTIVElodlceation S -( Q. j lIediwrant'aD sweet all4 othhes r"-. "
r .. .he.., :: i I"I; ... 1 -wmnotweulokssuth. ... do Bud &$., .., .........
'. _J' .. ... ., ..P.CIllO" Oranje,.". ... ..... .... ... ,
.. ..., ... ". A m.dcn1 oompowiiHW CIIJ'eI when an e'talf& Chinese..... .' l25centa each
; _"_,r._': uearectUleworsofCotlp.W_ JAMESMEANS ..., ::::.. : .:. All
,' '" ,-Om 'of the: Jack.sonvill rlI'tJL 1UMi ,'niato Wi ILII4 aU. u and -
: Jfth
( Prreb I .
:1.If: .. .:., ; _" : nelr\O. remark that it 1 U (
.p. I. : .e1 'W.\lUe. 'L :.e-- ..UJ. t. to' seendn tty for bar city, 'That's so, HINDERCORNS.M 7 ,./ Rrranii*K h nmdc for ro.n who**ocenptttteM arc aeh If ., We.warrant, d eyerytreetobeofthevarietyand krndyen oitormihave A' .

: i nYU"' I"yJallu bl.r IC but she had to call on tho balance of _.iw'eiIiM beet cure for Corns.Bani AerertallstoatOnwsMe. .an. a
.; "u'lft "it antI lives. the Staif to help her show off. Call la cure. 11 B&...I. \ I ," bl5tu! il f>>r it.'lf pnuancn rtpoteUon for comfort-. tre variety Instead.r. not.aa. ord. we will either I3af\md." tbs nioneypald. 01'. I11niJM .

r'-p- n. :.!1'1t'f1. .; ; it a red letter day fur the State.- j, :' M aiddnrbilItiucbAszioothrshuakUSTstkoWlnthI.tnrv..f the trade. Xo rompetiKrt en able to.pfro ct -Jl[ tali wade**J IwenU with larfea : aTtarfy"i?
I '." \ I:. '!. jRiuew 11..n. 5 4 ..U Itokt and rtyM hand ? ? ge ta establish: '
i'' I Tampa Tribune, FREEIlALLOur j K U&i durable a. ant MM*.r IU.d Aiiz &ve.tirojo'
: t .. } '._ L I .fictur" M> rnnfldrntly "' .rt that In every vtta{ r*> .ma our futr proepecta are dependent uons.1Iabth*
entirety
)
Ju.i Catalog ( .w-t IDC. Jaitifti fTmna U MOT i* qiul tho I the ,
furnishing
.. ityotta :- e. Alfred Peters, A colored man living : of 100 Paces coataininr a .Iuws"WL'tI thiX's which! hare kldMrt kern it(:.*tTh 01ILCL g ordered.. o-a '. r
wmber pf u 4 lJ..t1:1. has complete aaaorUnentof I : ?r $7. It hr<.TV"icnl toj.an4 traaku calf...
i 6n Alabama KCIU a .
.
avenue,
? f. est Punts UsctL 5sb;, : It hoi a porfMtlv iraooth bnttom 1&'its HkertrnkipR. S.tF.Q4ARDII1p&C ;
some 1of:.th e ; t.t mammoth
)' ."I .IIOW..gttU..ap ; -1' 'over, three feet tall,. and b cuUivaUoa. baual action rtmntrr to Mo'ana berxtcniireljr and To/i) adTcrtt Sheet*.were 4 .1C tilt you tint ban ta bee ThIs. 'f' StpeI '-1" T


I r.Irc'.rifr; t three in circumference. Jtwait If % dlsappnlotH to Mher adTcrtiaed fhaea /etf experleMit
., : ()jt1 j p ought I.t arh Jon that it i* aafrr Ie tar akMi mad by
.ired -.rrturs.fi4n, sLrberrem raised. in bin garden right in tow ..- the Mden of a ,".1.. ratker than tkvee mad br U* -
-. .blob be shipped tQ Chicago, anil ;,Apopka ,_clI.cr_ _, -. :oat the Umlted Btatea.aM we win place then 1QV$4t'tPalac' "
(Wcue 10'.4''If\--m.StS a b.tklas bt eaillj within jmnr rearh,III a/.Stats er Tmttwr yes .
.. .
-wild-tor- .. _
Which -$2.25 |per uart.GainettvilU .-. SeVral gentlemen wwe looking I to ofn
Advocate. I'around this' place last1" week with a -0 wI ..14.ur l'l ie>tk doctor<....dralc.M.n it,W.nd ho MX U that Ik*bell th..ta."tk.* JAMES MEANS &C .

Since thu whi ky nliojw were voted view of purchasing grounds for another If tIIotzlldotUSll"MDI$4 Kha.li brtur. CuotiarrtlU.uid it usch 41 Lincoln I St., Boston M.

Cedar | large hot l.V c hope to b( : .DrYloads'Si"
out at Key ant Svjitembcr
there has been 3 ;iiercepl'tblp, faUing able to say.that they have perfected -k.1 I CURE Full line of the above Shoes for sale $ ?

their ere our next
off jii the' ces ur kujfe, and pistol arrangements

fihot wo\utd..l't"qniriu\ : xqrgip.il, aid. iaJ t1e.-Clay Springs Progress.. by J. G. ALVAREZ, Starke, Ma STxnl

.. II .PLA.onxtMi4na
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It is a rare sight to see --
1'hpre are more gardens antI young FITSIwh !
young groves nnd0r cultivation right ladies sailing a boat on a broad WONDERFULSUCCESS. '
river like ours unattended by -
around town, within a radius of five gentlemen ,
UWH in the whole It'can he seen here almost ik j I
miles country two say CURE I do not mean.merely to aUJ q
yea.ra ".--Uartow Courier. any day. Alien Carrie: Moore and top them for a time, and then have them return KCOfVOMY WEALTH.
I'K .
again. I lEAS A RADICAL CORK.I ,
her friend Miss Fischer are experts have made the disease of All the PATTgRNtt you wish to n.e daring U* c
.
.
f. .After Forb year for nothing saving of from|3.00 to&.W),to
has
Mr JJCV Snuth sold his in that line.Cocoa Public Spirit. '.aptrie_ ID'&heP.N subscribing "tllr :
i PITS:EPILEPSY or tion of more while Ltce. 1l11Da
plapf at ftqpkl'Hlge, which he bought I HnDdrelTbooKand .
Chle
from MP1I'% '\lagrudep last winter The post baker at St. {'I'lneia3fra.ks FALLING SICKNESS, anplieatleoi\baa for pateaU ia THE \ ."
has left for parts unknown. tbe United ftiMee sad ForetfB eoaotriec STABKJ JSLEGRAPE
for 18,000, to a roceut visitor to A life long study. 1 WARRANT my remedy to tbe pnbnahen of thsAjn.tein Sctentlfi GENT'S AID BOY5\HATS BOOTS ,
Florida for H i%ooO-TitusTJlle% Star. I He probably kneads a rest anddaughn't CURB the wont eases localise others hare iontteae, to act u1orpat.oIi eolieiton AND .SUOIS.
who knows it. Tiredof failed no reason fur not now receiving; cure. .eatatra4e-markt fir tWlDnlud .OOPJyri.li -
u .u. S. and : .
care
Send&t once for a treatlsp:md a FRR' ROTTLBot to obtain patent ia Caaada ncland. Fraaea. Eemorest'sWithTweK i ) I\\U t..tecI _I FINE cLOTHING ; i
The sluproerit of wtrawherries by the Land of Flowers, as it were. my INFALLIBLE RKMEUY. Give Exnreia Germany,and all oiher eoMtrtee TbetrexperU _
_
ana Post Office. It costs you nothing for a eaee u aaeqvaled and their facilities an wuniw -
sxpres from'Altoona, fqr the week -St. Augustin Press. ,trial and It will core you. Address ** 1flbW MagaiJ1eI / .- -:1: -; -.-;
Dra"hlrt.Dd peciflofcUaa prepared sad Bled --
THE "
Wing Wednesday, Februaryre 15. H.C.ROOT.M.C. l83PEARtST.NEwYeK6.OOO.OOO U th.Patent Offiee"akort Mice. Term vsry BIJ1U I :;

'? 31 cratuH of 16 quartee: Ij..h. The young Cuban, J. R. Fernandez er Maapnable drawiBfe., No Adriee chart.K.lirexawBaUoa'*.II fri.. of IIOdIJI I Order far Cat .p r .P*tt..r eefyowr -
Patent obtained thi. Mean* ...& awi|Me0tin| and of any DONGOLA BID _
total 1 L I
ling pf 496
a woundedsome A.
quart8.-AI. \vjQ was seriously latffe SCIENTIFIC CAN whish" ONE YEAR. L. ;tQB:
X the lartreat eirenlation the moat InAaential BOTH PUBLICATIONS, F's.
Register bull inhjavat4 .
time ago \n.a. fight newspaper of Its kii bJi.t&e4 ia the world. i : SHOES $2.Ao. 'Vir
has fully recovered and is The adrantafec, ofvndentanda S 'a. aotioe Men jiMtesfJ I .
$2.50 (TWO FIFTY). \ Sagroo .
fiow almost a certainty that filin! (engagement in Spain.- PiOPLI'I'Y ,'l This pnbliahed large and p1e'M IUD.,.4&.UCJ Ie .Ladies wno nave\c
igar factory\\\ be I locateH Key West Equator-Democrat. ", Admitted H be the I devoted to ties EMORESTYm BOOT AND SHOE STORE
__ Ffl
in the very near fqttyre., SED3 other laeohanioa.departiveau InTeati 0 luring tulI works r } wearing $4 and)} $5 SIioesmadtu !'

I. \- O.M.FERRY4CQ.areidmittedtobethe. Hatted in aar oooB _lain.th.Dof THE DE81 Shoes
x>cd point for such an oa- 'Maj. A. J. Adams entrapped two all nateateea and&iU. eeMIsn. .ex and desiring .

'":Iutt'e will he" glad to large full grown red foxes. a maleana .t:- the..wend.D.LP&Y&oO's..d.msnih Bold.aolt by..all|t aevadeaUre..Tff it I. ;.. for.. una., doUatU ; or:.Anmro9lo'A or all eiMacatdDee G'N&a Lzys.&s Economy., btyle and 4 Also Compks.i.- _

". female, one night last week, (11 you. ha Co..1GIIUelLon aa iareatjmj ., &Ie Write d 8>rnuoTHMs, cejotraa Axnmc Sen*. Comfort,should try a S7j'K'

wbic'b.he intends forwarding to the -ln=. .1B U&D41Kao .110.__Y kala 1, ._ I. '9lJ'Ic..,#IwUhOftffUuU Ad'flouiinow .&".. pair of/Ibis Celebrated woiet. .wss i -

Apical for exhibitiou, There I -'8EEDANNUAL I: .,,-... ouP3eur sad line of. Shoes. .
msk4a U*A.MaMl Ladi* _
'f ;
ILl.Iodsata
.. 4
in the State that excels .. French
: Wnlc Kd Shoes Cltildrti: c-:
:
IJiy :-,. kinds of game. will rrrats.. I n ew I Lr iaUlne811! to the selection of coupon any pattern order UhnVwea.Dt1t.Ifu t4.II. I i.-i ; RIDA. .

RE I n.4 T utt S 1 \ ''n. *f thd size manufactured, making-patterns = ; I I hem
-. 1\ 1 a w thyenv'of the fine of oer three dollar ::

man owning. poperty' onj4rbor :; 'k-v..',.ailOiUfeira.MONTaLY.Js Model M.&z llt. The Largest jmtly in entitled Form tba therid'a J'AJUIEJIS."D FJnxn..G WZBs'd, I. a. .. _
should ,
be of I your name aDd
glad a ru lArge4 In Clucalation.'MId the best TWO Dollar addreMof to AKEVI1j1E _
e wUfbe' small tax when be C8rdon.ItI., ..; FOR TORPID UVRI Ifourtlj kFanUJy year Xaga of;ne Ira ifti) 18S8 w01.be the Tweiiy.-Sttie ,ti Tilae.n oll tbp ljt E
Pllhll..atloDt"ancUutuc1s
ti; : judiciously expend EEDSm.i I Arj4diIwer4rznge.thi gn. bead DI FtmitT 1 Pages and' g t'a at'JackaunVilJeF' .... Eln.Iey.*100 all buy flwcttIi.Si.iigaidea
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