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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: April 6, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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: I f "OFFlCtAVt PAIR: OF: THE. 'BOUNTYRatified! by Board of Bounty .Commissioners, January: 2, 1888. _



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Advertising. .Rates.' ,. L--- A N TJNGALl ncrifioed all t worldly goods to what sh NATURE'S LESSOri he were doin'oft W'y'ho warn Just a 1ayin' I CHAUNGEY I BUREAU OF BLACKMAIL

l believed divinely appointed mission thar on top of a doe an' had his teeth socked
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.tJ Deep the quiet f English vale, for all I f One lesson Nature let of
when < knew had at this moment neither me learn thee clean np to the gums in her throat. Yea Vampires Who Wake a ,XJvlnf

I : l...... .h .. $1 m Sf ,ulIlS 00118911 One summer lilt I through the taanquOToicatch money,or food, certainly not fuel for the One lesson, that every wind Is blow; clean np to the gums in her throat. Wall Iwa'nt of American Hu.laM Kat rprl,e*.
:. ......;......;. J tI8 a00' 00115 'skyThe room>w'B hitter weather for little Eva hadinnocently One lesson of two duties served In coe, tha to suck the HOW HE LOOKS
see no
.." .".;..... ... Ii It 1 oo I 8,00 11 00122 OO00'\ full-orbed inhalled| down the west and Though the loud world proclaim their enmity- eattymount recently come to the knowledge of
.#. p.. ..,.....,. I QO1O OOOOIIS ioao; oo'o' Waaleitaonetofher'isagepa1e r given tht fact away, and ye she Of tofl unsever'd from tranquillity. blood outen ez pooty a deer ez that 1Ul' I up UMINOUS CO capitalists and promoters that

.ii... ". 0'. ......4.... SO 00 l' 00,20 OO. OHiO cx1ooo There ame from a18.7th1Oated nfchUDgaJe would nt m moan which give Of labor that in still advance outgrowsFar an'put a hole through his gizzard. I put a systematic and carefully plnTm04

___ and A plaintive m Hfngaoftlybjr.were ., me the coe necessity, or make it possible noisier schemes accomplish'd in repose hole through his gizzard ex made him look Mif of blackmail in existence in Leaden
T.1I cents a line for the first five cents forMh Varied CbaraoUr
'-"I subse<> *nt Insertion.peeial : '.: "- ADd aU tha LIreanif.e3: hushed to try.. forme. Offer pecuniary aic Too great for haste too high for rivalry. he'd baa bored with an inch auger. An e of which are concealed from
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advertisements the words< melodious tale : wbathouLd: I do about it -Matthew Arnold. O |TC-All Sora of
inch
rate for time couldnt ha' made hole
a bigger
upon. apr. ** 1, cgt auger bat which have proven thorn
4"f. plication sit the office.-- '. And enraptured, I twhjla JnJ" :r.: over. dover. again,i. "Retire at th'D the one I plunked through his gizzard. Sort of Peoplft Bide of numerous American enter.

To hear the music I IJo -tb It f .V.*w>,,**ch-**.*you came is MYSTERY OF THE :DOE No. The doe were dead; deauern a pizened the X>oxen. 80 far as known,' the head of the

1 ---Ij rlie AI. with the cwecte" ; ", ended," juJpir conventionaiitie'Zl.YOUi _,- dog But she wa'n't hurt, Sile. The catty-i is a man who move in Lair business;

., rIiTauOLEzus.j& me'it seemed! ugh from realm of deat. .] '. cannot M these two penniless and friend- I ------_ .---. "uoun.hadnt sea'cely. started .the_blood on A safe yawns fa one circles in London and hasinfla-

,.. J1f : ; : 'His soul i $HIS listening I heard leD In ig city," urged the heart within One will look in vain in the postoffiee- directory -I'keryit l.Hadn't sea'cely started it, Eb. So I From undernealfi the two or three newspaper offices in-

: .Bradford Lodge No. 42 F. and Once more 1 low cadMMS of.Keatg. 'With e, and the latter argument seemed I cut herftront an' hung her up. Yes, I hung pew's desk peep 6 row a "financial" paper. He baa a num
he.'eipects
oI A." Regular commooicattons thrid Frank Demi rhertnan In Cosntopolitall'THE < and railroad guides if to
J ., c Saturdays In each mootb. "j' _ the ger of the two, so I broke forth at i I I her up.'s the way I hung up four, one has been in his correspondent on this aide of the _

.}1, ). .E WATAEIOHT .L. W. KIOXITXR> io Ja awkwardly( r I am not a man of locate Sols Ridge, for there is no postoffice I Sile. That's the of*., Eb. Hung up mail has been placed at : where he formerly lived for a num

Secretary W. M. "DlJ 1ND.tJRESCENT.The : _# at any tune);but to the point. "Youpted within nine miles and no railroad station I four, ye see, but unly killed t 1lR;, .filled tion. And it is years. They keep him informed as to

:' i. ---- e the care of little Eva, as a commission within a distance of twelve. SoPs Ridge is three. Three nice uns." ink if yn who go abroad to raise mr ey foe

x ik; i VI tw Lodjce No. 03 of p. & Jt Bf from heaven when strange fate broughther simply a tavern, a sort of lumberman's and "That ruther 'splains it, 'Squire," squeaked oddest thing at.au of enterprises of various kinds.enterprises .

f.). Regular Meetings second and fourth day ,ltter cold and the Cl'O to'your door, and why may I not acceptthe huntsman's rest, high among the hills of Uncle Eb. "But dura ma ef I don't think character. Half or details of these are

4 Saturday of each month CHESTER 2 o'clock.I' NORTHUP. hurrying aIdg oadway turned neithXto care'of both of you as my commissionuntil toorthern Pennsylvania. The big-mills and I'd claim number four, too. Ef I'd ha' ness of the great :1)t: rrespcmdents in order

.t r gHiFftBDEK, W. Maa "r. ', right nor to leftw1' their haste to reacb ome something better can be doner tannery are five miles away on one side of fetched in four deer,even ef the fourth one Depew manage. The any possible fla<

Saci1tary. the The effect of this speech was simply startling it, and the "town" nine miles on'the'other. were under sech earcurastancea 152'them o' still AIlIn Londaa.
And t
; ,. .. I ..-. the comf odl f flresido. f \ Miss more widely tho arrival of. -
P'DJ. Adelle flushed and turned pale by sic' A few acres"of productive land to your'n I'm gummed ef I'd be so scruplous e.1I social world. the bankers schaDe

J.. ORDER OF RED MEN. 1 was .sittiu tt> my restless office on ps ground turns, but she said, looking straight at me1with supply the cellar barn and bins of the tavern to unly claim three on 'em ez my killin'. I'd 1! Here is a letter that :tfi cc operation, ht L.it called upou -

OSCBOI TamE No. 1, FLA.-COuncil floor, watchinflP8 peopH and philosophizing womanly courage flashing from her and almost boundless areas of dense lie a leetle fust, fore I'd let any varmint of a I president's grlat t tbe bunanw delicately

Fires kijdled each Wednesday's Sleep, aslb*?* a habit / doing upon large violet eyes: "Sir, you have bn so woods from which the tavern's larder is eattymount git the best d me. WOuldn'tyou.SileP | Vanderbilt turn his services. If theft are accepted
difference hUrnAn-eoQllttion when will I
the ip my kind to my dear little Eva that I not '
their Starke Fla. largely kept fat, are its immediate surround provokes a >de
1 at Wigwam sm on agreed upon sufficiently exorbJ- .
attention wwMddenly arrested by child believe intend I
a
Transient Brothers cordially invited to brea you less to me. ings. Old Sol, the landlord was born onI "B-e-e-ynt y-e-r b-o-o-uta I w-o-o-udl" said nance. It is f rom a all toes welL If not the nut ortunats
wearing iq1oiiber a superb diamond "God knows that I do not," I replied, tho and has Sile, with his drawl and his twang. i
place rotund and
JONES. Sachem. ,
N. grown his
Attend. J. and gray, I appointed by > & finds his project assailed in a post
watw
JAB. MILtON, Chief of Ilccords crescent of pi* brQliancy. Before feelingly. "Pardop me, but your little charge jolly under the roof where his father h3 "But Eb,"said the'Squire, deprecatingly, i i"twere fend a certain ) press and attacked in circles where th*
I had tinjifc formolftte any opinion as has given me some idea of how are situ-
you done the same before him. unly doe. TwaVt nothia' but a The "
:i to bow 80 i & flcent: a jewel oould have ated I would like to befriend both while : question 14, move. Often he turns about
Bile.
;
you At this ot doe .That were all An' the saddles
is
season tne there |
May l ', Jlects Fri come into i-"e8Sion ,or to won- you need a frieml"Misl hunter or two quartered at Old Sol's, and wero oncommon light lightest saddles I ever protection.: The it is ,
O. O. I' every der rents guardians 1iS to fight away from home. 1C be
.. ..iy night at Odd Fellows why its j< permitted it Adelle searched my face long and one is sure to meet with rare specimens of see. Ef it had been a buck now, o' course to uphold tho battier he expect to be bled

. : Kali. Transient brothers to wear such *aluablo trinket upon the public earnestly to discover if perchance there the genuine backwoodsman- grizzled, that'd ha' mode a differ'nce. But twere ualy the tbv may by
gray magnitude If he
- : cordiall;/ invited to attend. streets, aa'cfrcer had the little one in hisgrasp. lurked some sinister motive there before she a doe with light saddles Sile. That's all it buys peace, as he can,an
and '
,
lusty, rough big hlarted-relics of the
F. J.FIUD. A.. L. SCOTT. r"J of tho question, he of smaller blackmailers spring up to
said "Sir offer is "
- RecretILrY Box 41. Noble Grand. ", your a very extraordinaryone. day when the rifle was not only the chief were, Eb. Yes. briefly ou tho subject. him. His best course &to igiiure them .

I 1L W. Epprasox. Vice-Grad. Looking rfit rationally nothing would source of their pleasure, but the arbiter of "Lemme see," said Uncle Eb in his shrillest A courteous roply is But few have the
course. men
have teemed toore probable thau that the "Not more so than your own course in their safety and comfort as welL The meeting treble. "Seems to me Tom Gilpin toP the courage

;- child was a1itef,.'or I did not fail to noticein sacrificing yourself and all that you possessed of two or three of these old timers around me, 'Squire. th't ye didn't fetch the doe hum thanking and youth' that.
quest, American
: CHURCH DIRECTORY.BAPTIST my first glithat her garments, although to this child's cau s,." the blazing hearth of Old Sol's bar room is a an' w'en Tom told me 'bout :yer hangin' up hts' promoter who toM of
cares prevent gi\ things frcm added
BcrupulouslfpRt were far from expensive, "But that was the will of heaven for me," four xperience, this ad-
= --- > rare tn-nt to those who may have the good deer he didn't say nothin' 'bout no catty- liberation the "The best to be rid of the
CHURCH.Bervices ncyerhelcJmacottlble excitement Miss Addle said with a deep seriousness, "I fortune to be onlookers and listeners. Grotesque mount a helpin' on ye with number four." j mands is to way and vam
an'( at 7:30 posses to her assistance could not do less, But." she Med after a of and with "Ye heerd Tom Gilpin th't I didn'tfetch keep yourself your project a
11 say
at a. in. p. m. < garb speech, bubbling over j t All, SORTS If to London to raise
J Prayer meeting every Wednesday dtB*iing of the oleerutOT moment, "wo do indeed need a friend." good nature, and possessed of a fund of robust the doe hum, hay?" said the 'Squire, Another and{/ an"obscure you go hotel and take money

4 8 p. m..-. w. G. PATTERSON Pastor 'ely,.'tfepn \ hat cha you Ike "Do you suppose I would trespass longer humor that is irresistible, an evening's talking very fast, and very much nettled. '' from a man from clubs and lodgings.
young
Sunday School meets every Sunday this atst? *,? upon your privacy were it not so?" I asked encounter with a group of these hardy hun Ye heerd him say so, hay Well, probalyye upon to make a f with away the bankers. Give exchanges.them the fullest Deal

,. tmorninat9:80. IntinctLj rogizng friend, the ter earnestly; "nay. trust me and you shall haveno ters is one never to be forgotten. There exploits did. Ye did, more'n likely. Tom Gilphi convention. Would of When

. M. A* CLARK, Superintendent. not to allow the cause'to regret it!I" and adventures in the woods, and the is olluz a nosin' 'round whar he hain't got no him few suitable investigation. you get
F. B. MORGAN, Secretary. offlcer'to tI h'l jail. Then Miss Adelle spoke out like the large business. He's alluz a moDe. ome away as secretly u you
t a nosin' Tom is. Ez '
of form the invariable ,
rare experiences others, sion? Or if that
I
; in London
; 'f; : t __ "Look *.thnt pin the little thief P the souled woman that she was, "I will trust you, subject of their discourse-except about fer the eattymount, how could Tom ha' said of his Why, got $05,000 once,
a own suit
r ; officer saidr*' !?bly. making movement sir, for my little Eva's sake." anything 'bout it w'e1 he didn't know copy a bogus brought to enjoin iu*
I a t election timos, when the merits and prospectsof '
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH appreciated."The carrying it out of the until I
drag the clk1 awn '. Matters proved quite as bad as I feared. rival candidates for "shurf nothiu' 'bout itl Tom didn't know nothin' country
or pathmaster
i 3t. Services. every Sunday at 11 a. m. "StopT'I! mmnndf .indignantly "now, They were at the end of their money: and occupy their attention in more or less noisy 'bout the eattymount How could ho tell Eb months third" comments letter of ban settled a comxnL&ion bill 1 had
< dreamed of
44; R. B. MATTIC, Pastor.at 2:30 for I baddo Up. ray ,mind that the child no immediate prospect for getting more and always 'IIIIhntic diSt.'U8 iolt. If at the 'bout It, Sile w'en he don't know nothin' crumples the in .- oontractmg.-NewYort
1J Bvnday School every Sunday should at feast hu\e- hearing. "Who opened before them. Miss Adelle whose 'bout it hisself How paper
J.P.PRATT, says relation of some of theae hunting and fishing could ho ha' tol' Eb into the waste t&sket."Astonishing .
; p. m. Superintendent. she is n thfcf I" musical gifts had been recognized as preeminent stories tin.-nuli iu\d simple natives tell the Ho couldn't! I know I didn't fetch the doe how :Pompons' Fnnerml iiapia.

"I say a1 return the cfficcr sharply "I in her native village, had thought it bones of Mauthausen do not turn and rattle hum. I know durn well I didn't I S'pose'n I who want moi4ey. twenty years or more there has been

: -- know 'll'tbef strx-t gamins, and a precious would be easy enough to secure pupils in a it will IKJ ticcauso the bones of that illustrious didn't I don't hef to fetch hum no doe nor large sums, too,.' he protest in New York from the press
lot they are! E-Lt'b a regular one this great city like New York; but alas I from buck nothin' hum ef I doutwantery
CHRISTIAN CHURCH. and vera lou-s; nobleman have long since resolve no nor no an open letter i a i the pulpit,against extravagance at

, Acts 11: 28-2628-1; Peter 4: 16. one is." .- 'I bitter experience she had learned that this -l tVsi'Aflvcs!, into irreclaimable and impalpable do If Not ef I don't wanter, I don't have no doubt 4f this *, but it does not seem to have done a
. "Ind(.ed1"..! am not a thief! Oh, I Hm :commercial Mecca toward which f) many dut. hef to! An' it hain't none o' Tom Gilpin's The
is
O. P. Young the Piistor. preaches at / sincerity. Real it. good. extravagance as groat
not I aniff'tl! 'I did't rneni to xlo young aspirants for'auccers turn their footsteps business is it{ Well 1"
wrong One evening at this tino of year and at anyhow, no! Hon. Chauneey as it ever was, and it sometimes seems
: HAMPTON I wantecflu find own that Miss held but disappointment for her. I "W-a-ti'd. do-o-o 'i-t-h t-h-e d-o-e I I
my papa early supper time a little old man with ye : I am forced to greater. ,,The long lines of carriages
ach 1st Lord's at 11 a. m. and Saturday the crescent will The end of a long discussion on the I. drawled Sile who that Uncle
day Add s3 surely fnJ" pros a swarthy face Rn.l a voice pitched in a high 'S-q-u-i-ur saw though 1 should much [ -,hearses to the cemeteries are not

, at 7:30 p. m. .ofr laughedearsely.. fne, md icons involved, resulted in Miss Adelle'sC'cepting' trtblekrr: came into the bar room at OldSd's. i Eb had worked the 'Squiro into deep water, ,' years ago my bisband j ;and the heap of costly flowers

STARE isn't : ;hly dramatic for one so young.: assistance, from me as n loan, and Kul called him Uncle Eb and was and that he would bd likely to flounder about six children nut of diminishing seem to grow larger.

each 2n| Lord's day at 11 a. in. and each You seelkiiow 'cm; they come in iill ages I, in turn, promiuxl her pupils from among glad to see l.im. He had hardly settled himself -. before ho got out. "Di..Je te-e-vnl it." i obliged to mortgage not uncommon to nee a couple! of car

Lvrd's dRy at 6:30 p. m. from"2' I my friends, taking upon my shoulders the ,I before the fire when he was followed by "Wall, no, I didn't sell it!" exciaia.e'1 the Lost summer I was crammed with floral offering aloes

HIGHLANDeach Ofllcff," I interrupted him, for a crowdwas doubtful task of coercing all the fathers and I a tail raw boned hunter, with a beard long 'Squire. "No, I.didnt! I kin 'splaiu huw the interest. Will procession, while the hearse also

4th Lord's day at 11 a. m. and Saturday gatta-ing now, despite the biting cold, mothers of my acquaintance into giving nnl white and a very perceptiblo stoop in I that doe were 'sposed of, come to think on it. i 1 I money. Tho place stair. share. The custom of sending

-I- before nt 7:30 p. m. and 1 fliiisot much enjoy my position aa one their children over to her training, Leginniag'with his hhoul h'I';. Both Uncle Eb and Old Sol This here's the way it were, Sile. This', first of the moi\th,and tributes of flowers to lie upon cof

CHURCH WORSHIP.ATORANOB of the catfrAl figures, "step with me into my' my own mimed sister. And it greeted him as '&!uirt', The 'Squire was here's the way it were an' it's funny I shall l tIn. Pk-o.43 don't be banked around the room is almost'

COLI.EOIirach .: office whfle we hear the little one's story. I was fortunate that I made my beginning garrulous and had a habit of repeating the fergot to mention it w'en I were tclliu' ye I I: of a widowed and ; I It has been preached againct>rrW _

, .. Lojd( day at 11 I.. III. am convinced that you have no more right there else it ii probable that I should have last word of a sentence when ha began 'bout hangin' the doe up. Yes, it is. Durn : "You notice," condemned in sThnndnd ways, .

'-qC J PRAYER MEETING to arrcf-tthis child hecfu"she wears a costly miserably failed in my undertaking, for my another whkh gave an odd and comical turn funny. Ye see, jest ez I got the doe hung up :' there is not one word still goes on. Even the request in the

each Wednesday at 7:30 ornamod when walking quietly along the iister, Mi: : Merwin-informed me scornfully : to his rapid conversation. The threo old a couple o' strange fellers th't I didn't know I' ing the money. She I j death notices "Please omit flow

; public stu-et, than you oulcl have to arrest when I la.41"JI'y plan before her, "I I veteran' joined each other at tho high, kim along. They was hunters, but I didn't I igift.' is wholly disregarded. The flowers ar*

-. PROFESSIONAL- H.< CARDS the wif.or tl.iughter of a millionaire under cannot:.be .thankfnl enough, Tom that I am ancient bar aud were about to renew the assurances know 'em, an' thoy kim along jest oz I were ..Will you answer It in up' to the last moment, and thea

. like cir.lstl1. You know who I am, the QTst' one to whom you unfold your Quixotic of their mutual esteem in a festive hangin' up the Joe. Th was lots o' huntersin "What goodi, would is a small mountain of them to be

and Ifc facts do not corroborate the story scheme, lor.nothing could be more the woods, Kile. More hunters, Ji", th'u
the
i glass, when the door opened again and in ouly write agim. I to cemetery, where they ret in s
7. :1McDo- this chI tells I prumiiu t deliver her over ruinous to a girls! prospects, situated as Miss strode a sturdy man, with it bristling.stubby deer. The e two feller* kim: ajon begging letters and have to be raked away as rob,

: to thc noxt few Iiotirs." Adelle is, than to have a bachelor like :yourself Ixnrd of two or three Jays' growth on a 'Hullo!' 1o'.lJ they. 'Guess :you hung up erally makes matters All efforts to abate the flower nuisanc

House and Sign Painter "AU ," said t ofliCPr, "talce her;: going around advocating her cause. sharp, scrawny face, the high cheek bones of our deer,' says t IY. There are other ( 's what it really is) have thus far

you'lll WIM.T i the next twenty.foul hours; Just take me to see the girl, and if sho is not which gave it the appearance of an Iiidiuu's. "The}' said they guessed I had hung up .; isking for sum- -' failed, and the outlay to keep it go
and I'll w pr." a mere adventuress you may count upon my their deer. I said I guessed not. :
: A naplcs wool hat wai pulled down over his : They on read aind as reckless and lavish as ever.
1 Anisr/1 was, but'not just as the officer anticipried. -- doing what I can for her." I' 'Gues not,' says I. 'Guess I boint hungup
- Decorative Paper Hanger. eyes. When he spoke he did so with a singsong [ in tho waste basket.LETTEKS 'carriage abase also holds its own, and.
: The child told me a sing str That my sister was wholly satisfied with nasal drawl which would have clashed no ci'*r o' your'ii,' stys f. 'I jist saved j I 0, ) that, but very often the occupant. .

STARKE, Fla. betvwu her sobs, and facts ro.e I Miss Adelle will go without the saying: when harshly on >i cultivated. The new comer this here deer's carcoso by sluggin' a eatty- Now we comu to a F'A of the carriages fill themselves with
true* Indeed I bad the one in I tell you that she took her home within the mount' says I. 'Guess I'll keep the dew,'
; my from flasks or bottles the
IVOrdera left at D. Newingham's will be a ltte slou'hol up to the bar and slapping Old Solon fheno ask favors, but on way to
promptly attended to dec 23 2m offidbefore the fire, warm ad comfortable I week as musical governess to her own children tho back drawled: says L less ionns tirao or when returning, and get
a buy
: -- axcft for the effects of her frigh I had and personally solicited patronage for "H-u-1-I-o S-a-w-ull! H-o-W b-e-oye: annyhoowyuh "I said guessed I'd keep the deer. GuesseJ. hat light. They are of the most scandalous kind. 'la
her her "dear 500 friends." I'd th doer. Then o' the fellers said I
timfto see that her features among 1 IAn'r&ertbe' -u-i-url 1 keep : a speech '
J> B. JAM. ESe ACE we*those of a young princess of the blO. In less than three months from the day An' d-a-a-r-nd uf y-e-c-r h-a-i-n-t U-n-c-1-o he had shot tho deem !, There cxi are with all that the word implies.' P.r-
that I first discovered'Era Miss Adelle found "'I shot that deer he. 'I shot it joiupany.
.
and L She ,
clef cut exquisite says sometimes,
I tth WW E->'-}ub! II-o-o-w'd ye 1-e-u-v-e the f-o-o-lks{ :hi.*!>, three.' of( them seen standing by an open
from the youthful herself with more work upon her bands than says he, an'we don't want no oolin 'bout it.
so drank that in
DENTIST. taove unortt !-'-' the'm a-a-wull a' j-y-y-in' their- Fheraro j.ea'antly! they are danger of '
SUfjGEON she could attend to and I found said didn't want foolin'
vice and crime s i heven easily myself 8- -I\lfs. O-i-i-m-me s-o-m-e r-u-m an''laaahhes "They they no Jeclincd withVegret. in. Many of the funeralathat taU

-LATK OF CEDAR KEYS.p .- frOi earth. '- -but no, I will tell you about that later S-a-w-wuli:" 'bout it, on' I laughed. I laughed an' said I Hero is, a lAtter in New York are no credit to religion

floe ft residence East of Kentucky Ilouse. Jhe gist of her story was thatle was apt for now comes the most remarkable part of I The new arrival they called Sile. His guessed I hadn't ben born in the woods to bo southern at any rate.-New York Cor.
thriving
I- man's daughter, and only way she this narrative (and there is nothing so very name was Silos, and he was one of the J7e3.test skeert by no owls. That's what I said, Bile. with Free Press.

wald ever find her papa was by the crescent, remarkable in the story of a free man who is I hunters in the count--7S old, but The fellows they said that they guessed )pea iIt1pl' I ___
BUGG & WlllS he would She lived often thrown into the society of a good and years they didn't hoer wuthor.I couMit be skeert I I :Lambr or commerce I "
*
wch rg. wit spending his time in the woods from October I :o deliver thi I I Period of Retarded Growth. .
a and they beautiful woma.n falling in love with her), by owls or hawks or crows, they baid. That'sw'at
,
three old friends drew
until Jtr.t'The l iu fervent I be noticed that whereas the of
: little Miss Adelle bad cried and that which emphasizes the fact that they said, Eb. They duliit kcvr a cuss, irge age
money. to the fireplace anti Old Sol went to tho. invitation. retarded for the
4 la
Y up growth boy about
Law because their coal was truth is stranger than fiction, .: they said. That were their deer they siid.
Attorneys ( morning nearly kitchen to hurry tho "old woman" in getting "Of course, ( cannot the age of must rapid growth (after
before >
and had no buy ORe day there drew 'd my sister's an' t11I.'Y'ere goisiter hev it. Then I I
pne the money t mor is out of tho estioiL two three is
StPP'r."Jietye q* or yean) about 10( the
one '
"When Adelle had gone oftt I put the cres- door the well known equipage of the I said tht ef they could jist show me a place .
k-n-o-c-k-ed o-v- -r d- -llr I for
: _--S'r: =, r t..A.wm :,- l' and to and for I knew city'.itsuccessful bankers and from it a-n-y in that deer whar th' were a ball hole, I said, invitations received ages girls seem to be- .
ent on, came papa, t-h-l-s f-a-w-wull.'S- -ui.urr' drawled Sile. half dozen 12 and 13 Tho ,
practice in ill the Courts in the. be that he would buy some aligjrted a gentleman who eagerly requestedto they could lug her oft an' be durned to 'em, I a jdifi"er respectively. pt'I tXlofs.
hat if saw
u I "Yes, think I hey, Sile, replied the'Squire, uight frequen,ly. growth seems to last longer with > r
result of that visit said.
fourth-and Fifth Judicial Circuits. see-MLss Adello. The
Lore wood and coal the child confided
t !talking as rapidly as the other did slowly The stenographer than with girls. 'A more
: I was nothing short of the restoration of little 'Jist show me a ball hole,' says I, 'an'ye important i
{n e eely, "Yes I hev. Killed three down in the Rock that other of the total
j regretting i i I growth seem, on the
her and home for she was kin shoulder the deer aif git, I. .
I bailed a cab at the conclusion of the Eva to parents Run woods. Killed three I think Sile. Yes, says to be f
t; SCOTT M. D. ted eptance. gained by boys between th*
IUL. mourned shoulder the dear an'
to be the long lost and sadly "I tol' 'em they could j
child to the street and proven
{ took the nubr 1, killed three. But it's hard gittin' doer now; "2 ow, next week," !I| 13 and 18 than by the girLT between
the banker stolen former ef show ball hole. Wall one
of by. a git they'd me u ,
Late from M ich! igau. given me. A tall, graceful worran 2 or laughter bar gittin' 'em. 'Tain't like it were when we receive half a dozen i, of 12 and 15 (their timv usually of fi"i
; welcomed with emotion. ervant, the only object that could be discovered 0' the fellers Uj kinder swung the deer aroun'an' .
thereabout ui usety sweep the ridges with our ol' smooth- in that town whom I rapid growth). But, on tho nritrnry.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN AND to extort money for 'her return. In put his finger plumb inter a hole in her
Era
"Why, my de she cried, claspingthe I bc1''en we usety sweep the ridges with me to came, and will the time from birth to the age of I;,
jrder to render the scheme successful side big enough fer a mouse to net in, Silo,
SURGEON. child to her, "where have you been! I probably I our or smooth bores, Silo, 'twan't so hard to ion is of such bnpo as a rule, acquire a smaller portion tit
taken wheret an' I hadn't it Eb. I hadn't never
had en
the child faraway, never soon ,
i i Terms Reasonable. have been almost cray, with anxiety abut : would, be difficult.to trace her.Tho mys- glc; 'cm. But I killed three nice uns a'ready seen it. Never a wunst. No. reasons which !. :, full growth than girls do between* .birth
: tin f-ill Kile. Three nice uns a'ready. Yes, to it iu the! .'" of 15. In the
you. : ipply age great. majority I
Office* Gaskins' Drug Store Miss Adelle serious death of the woman had interfered 'Gents, says I, 'the doe is you rat! The
But just at this moment caught I killed! f hl'l t'." fusal has ti, l>9 r II girls add very little to their .height.. I
left clew dix I 'an' I'm sold. Gents I d
and no by < iyouni, ,
with the anginal plan, says
of me and, herself up with Uncle 15 of "fI
: sight drwin 'Did yo say three, 'Squire piped en the avera though course thete are many apt
she explanation of I I which the agonized parents could possibly trol'le. "" who it tellin'o' says I, 'it s your doer Lett frort the other hand
on
if. : waite fe a Eb "y were a mo < n* Boys, mwaHj J
TATE POWELL, D.. 1igit' the briefly liscover their child, and long since she bOO 1 "I tol' 'em tLt it were their deer, : th't it I I ;
Sting case 1ez you hnd hung up four this fall Lemmo from friends Asking or three inches to the'r Iwtght after
dead. their's an' welcome, an' that I wero
for were
Aftei an experience of t"'cnty'cars.1 i[: asked her to tell about the teen given up yIn see; who were it a tellin' 0' mo that Oh? begging the rinstat<- I I is. noteworthy that when girls grow >f
I tol' 'era an' tuck
of its from sold. 'Th1.t's'at they
the practice of his profession has no hoi. child. I' the course the of progress tho person music Torn Cilpin. lIe tol' you'd hung up four." her, au' niodeJ off with her. It mowt be, from politicaf ;; U such growth Is nearly always accom -
"I will, sir," she said, motioning me to b X) person, story :young :i4) I cii.l Eb, so I did," said the 'Squire for speeches, and from I[ ,by certain irregularities which: apt'\
fancy in promising the latest, and [; I -eacher and her little charge had reached the Eb., th'c raebby: .that's w'at Tom Gilpin were
with I have seen Four. But I to indicate similar
I four. relation
r seated grace rarely euae I who hastened to quii-k'y; "Yes, hung up hintin' at. Wonder cf that musnt ha' hen ing : | ; some in the J*.
wife con-
his
t, scientific treatment to those asking,1 1 "The sole guardianship of little fel ranker and dhI:1't. :hill fi>ur, Eb. I only killed three-threo I didn't already been made, I such abnormal or irregular growth r*- ,
lost it SHe It's uuru tummy
j that Eva was their long lleliby. 'I i
services. me strangely," she bg. "I a the daughter nnce themselves diamond crescent, which had nice illl>. 1 It I hung up four. Yes, I hung think of it afore. Durn funny 1 Yes." the remaining letters. 1 btedJy exlstsjn the ease of the rapid .
the
J of while teaching mu- larling; T.JP.I Tom' right Ilatlicr hard task always observed at about the time of
Calls attendd. a Rd up f." :r. Gilpin's right. a .t
to tbe countiy promptly : stolen for that no doubt, I Just then Old Sol announced supper, and
native village in the west it Deeu very purpose ." woult be Richard A. Proctor -

It
dc in my hap but I ')'11 killed rce all: \ t'
Diseases of females mid children a epecil- furnishing evidence, if more had been needed i the three old friends went in-N. Y. Sun.
pened that one winter's night some ei "I d.n't Mzac'ly follcr yer track, piped but it is reirdercd I
,
to her
resemblance
the child's great -
,
ion
Office at City Drug Store< or athis years since-a night not unlike what th, Uncle Lit "Were somebody else a huntin' dent Depew. There Ham and Pence Ad..rtl.IDC..d : 1 7r
uother. Du"lnc"Ien.
residence in East S'arkc. promises t be-my fi4hrr and I were st- I that the grateful withe, an1 put the slugs Inter number Recreation for bundle which is not barns were first pitched upon as\ /
It is needless to say I
tled by moans at our,windows. Investigation insisted Adello into four?" Those men suffer less in the brain and ner- is talking to l.im. I the advertising contractors had tff J

; showed a woman and child. Both were larents upon adopting no less ,, "Wall, soa'cely, Eb; wall, sra'cely!" exclaimed vous system who are all to cast aside all stantly mingled with in obtaining the privilege in return /
;their and home daughter
a
H F.J.FIELD nearly frozen, and the woman, once in the hearts as and for me the 'Squire. "I wa'n't huntm' with thQughts of business the moment the time the stenographer is the roof. Faint is a standard j

beat room, swooneYe summoned a ;han their legitimate eternal friendship.offspring; I nobody, an' nobody wa'n't huutin'with me. for ceasing work has come. It is those who to whetht a sentence of shingles, and the thrifty Jor- fj.'
declared ,
: IlRIQI physician but consciousness bey Nobody wa'nt huntm'with me. Nobody, Vept with them and respondent in San Pennsylvania farmer jumped nt
I MASON'S WORK .X1! With this I should have been quite satisfied carry their business home tbff[t" .i
:only to lose it again, until we found that she tb do;s, 0' course. "Cept the dogs. The dogs magnate from of getting bit roofs pRinted for notla- ;
,
.
I circumstances but- who allow it to fill their minds when they "
PI J\STJ UI U. inder ordinary ,
I was dying. Toward the fast the poor creature was hud: in" with me, o' course. Yes. Twere I president's si e.-& Then competition stepped in. Some- ,
Adelle who is .
ALL.WORKGUARANTEED. should recreation who stiffer the
h' wildly incoherently, and 'nse, roguishly says here's the it recking York Mail and "
muttered Ir this 1.'.n \-) This way were. else wanted to be advertised in such
BOX 41 :STARliE.: FLA. ookinj over my ihou'der as I wnto, 'whati most. It b those who are able to cast oft all '
mortal terror of ) ol' bark road back
F Juy3O'87.tf.! seemed to bin punishment will have there I were walkiii': through an I. places, and was willing to point
,
I for some great crime. Just at the last however commonplace ending and you all that sort of 0' Hairs; Ilollor. Back o' Hull's Holler. So business ea'v-; when their ofSces are close, Thick and barn and farm house as well for

she became entirely ration and made ,ove and marriage, fur ba-k o' H-ill'.i! Holler fit DvL.ly'd ever and who sx-y.l; their evenings in work of a I Ibo feet -an be privilege. In this way the price has
l) L. KEENE "
I trantic efforts with hl dying to tel hing. it not be true to the life" I de- "sj'vcted to .e a sign !stuck on a tree thar. different eba.s<'UT from tint iiiuuichthey t tweather by earing until some thrifty farmers have been

Dress Golds os nil about the child; the most "But will her 1'o. Yit ta were a sign stuck on a tree. It have Ixv.i eiage.l through thu d.-y, or, Letter than a thick one. to get long term contracts at $50 per
Millinery Fancy warms
I ; could understand was that Eva belonged to nand. And a beautiful light up were stuck thar, an' it said, e/ nigh ez I could still, who pass several hoar* ia rational has a chancy to work for the use of their barns or fences

S: JOTI6NS. KID GLOVES. PARAfilLS. wethypent and that something.would lear "face. "End the story Seavey as you in Dress.please*, make it out, th't th' watt nobody to trespass amusement, who ale most lively to escape circulation. ; This are to bo kept in good condition by the ..

prove Sc up in the rags Tom, she says.ndell on them parts. TU' \: .'n't nobody to headache.. iusomr.iu and inJuitJ.ud to die when the weather is : company. Farms with fmd .

- Bilk Umbrellas. Zephyr and all kinis wrapped about the girl we discoveredf t trevpitss on U'wii parts or the! Liw'd be tuck after ulna,; Lie in full posbesniou i of their: and rubbers'ire near the aiiways or great high.rs

: of mate-rial for i iFa..1l.CJI f diamond crescent, which is strangely en- The South American Cowboy. on 'em. 1 he law'd Le tuck on 'cm, the sign 'I mental faculty's.: Pi-oplo who dwell iu cities tingle soll shoe thus enhanced in selling value and t..

T1oi7c..r in ciphers, unintelligible t a stran The Gaucho shows best when mounted. said ez nigh ez 1 could make it out. Yes. havo, so far us uuiunients are <:n'"rued, the thick sole chuckles to himself as be jingles La \

pave, .no doubt siguifcant enough to the Then indeed,does he confirm to himself:the So I stopped an' read the Fign. Read th' very grect ,:ivar.t"s -s over: tlu d.v. :'S in the heat from .-New York Graphic.A

'Pt-ompt attention to orders. 'I we natomlly an' then stood au' wished tht some one'd the country i.ii,t iu M uili towns. .'.(," -" Ling This is
I W".t Bay St., CoiJACKSOXVILU.. (."ura,. awncrs, whom spp b oniantic title of the Centaur of the pampas. sign, all to
: *. TLA little Eva's pant f this J he be the owner of a large herd, he will come au' try to put me "fen them parts. I I to my Vi.ciico, the uu*>t etilcacious means opinions of The Railway for the Kwampa.

what the juior" Uennt to convey. white shirt withwide were wishin' some one'd come on' try, an' fa- I of taLiu' aii out of the rut into which hu whether it will railway consisting of a chain formed of
in ,
r C031EK Ii.I PEEK, I I I '*lyftheradI acojpted tetrtow ppear' a his shoulders trousers fear tht some one mo"t conic jist arter I wero exciting-vv\!!; has brought him is the theatre is the fact all the of flat plates, 17 inohes long and IS
: I
rich
I -non us deth a cm. well laced a poncho over sil- gone I wnite-1 a v.lL I waited a spe iL I Were i' I tiunk 1 use the theatre as a means of Reporter. _ wide, made of hard wood, riveted be
with
mission from heaven,"aid Eva's guardian soots. of polished leather enormous waitin", wbe '.uofasu.ldoutlbfX'i-daycll.: I.: treatment quite us much an I do the drug I two steel plates, i' the latest notation

ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW & ROTARY incel, with a suu stafle which disclosed a 'er spurs jingling at the heels balM, a and wide in heerd a yell.iL'! an' I heenl a yell. ES,ez sot shop. I btu-ly the theatrical announcements An 'I problem of an endless raws$.tLat is,

rich beautiful ntur Had we set about t brimmed hat with a'fantastic me squar'ba"k to the days "'en we usety ras-' in the newspapers every morning, feeling A beautiful which is as much a port of tj vdikl&

t l I I' and. For '.fcng time we adverised ,ne hand rebenque, or cattle massive whip, made sel with painters. It sot me clean back t->them : sure that I shall Lave to employ tile knowledge day was a good wheels are. As the wheel revolves it _

', thE pent .Many replies came )f cowhide, with a handle of silver days, that yell did. Yes, it did. But I know'd I Ii thus attaiii'sl many timr during the ity can do in the along the bottom plate of th..chain

STAKKK UiiAiH-nttu COUNTY. FMUIDJA.ABSTRACT none of these peofc did ou little Eva lor his grip. .1 j i j w'at it were. 'Twere a cattymount.'an'a big i day in alWiatiug the uieatal sad nervous ket was composed brings the next plate into I f..i"ion with

-. OF TITLE and UcJ Estate So t At last, aft my ***** death. Such, briefly photographedbjis" the Gaucho. un. A big un, I know'd from the yell it r\'e. i I disorders v.hichvvill come under my notice. varying in size, color undue strain or frit-ti-.a. It ha* Ua

-1. law R 'pwiHlty. !, Sftx-curred three ytars certain thatFva's 3e has comrades -.c course whose attire ( But it coulilu't skeer me with no yell, :' n I I try to fiul plays tliit will either moke'tjy gold links. .There to good purpose iu Jj
; Abstract luruiihcil showing every Deed were not to ag in the toes not equal his Wit by afcd by they will i jist legged myself over to'arda the d're.tl; 'n patients laugh or will set up a t-aui of thought and but one or two being used in tL, *\ &ritind in

_ Mortgnjre, I.jen. Tax Sic; Judgment.] Attachment f pent therecomillg to ,come owners-then for the silver spurs ; the yell were h'i&ted from. Right plumb in thDl1' dilferent trom that in which rui.nts which are at ,where !are bc.t root J.uahtoca

-4t 'Iud! all tnitlr< fir Public f'e York the- prP obtaining pupil nd the embroidered trousers! Like our Co- to'ards thed'Tcction it were his-toil(rein.. Yes. they have euga&eil during the iLiy. Fortunately customers. All the I New York Sun.
Becord i iiancbes the Gaucho seems to live on his .. Ls uot ia New York .u dearthof of the .
& lilo MITettlu-4 Titles t.f Ueal.EA- "t ti good Itl I hadn't goru uiore'n twenty rod fore I kim t t--o cabinet ; "
'ii taten !mere, nu'l t.blO mrirll JOTS?. lie is hardy and sparely built, like xuittiMo! for ..-. *., awl tho tion they' wure cut
; Bradford oun.ly.! FJorid.j, up V) th'1. Sblisbing His is often I, squar' outer the cattymouut. Not inoru'u plays my j-ur.: \ .: is a njoa.iti:i oft.I h ';11 Jr..r.e ,
date of tstrll'r.: j :t..uty \'ll\e 1:' Middle, and his bed covering iusepo-- outer tho brain jj :tihTivs uot.eea':.; ..:.joo '.'cnetimt'g wen iiKgufetriv \ .
I cattyxo't1tAn' .
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Tfiif 1 Easter Services. ;l.Ln3more yet, for!t'pears like I haven't st/itt- j' .HEALTHFULNESS. I L.js.RU1jL:
tae Telegraph. COUNTY; ad ret; have paid out seven dollars doctors i ibuta ,
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Thesoweie'ttcll dttcnded'last Sabbath'in i married. When I work -
in all since L
was
and the
Starke
of country
.
1 .. to well.I The town CONTKAUTOK
all our churches. I ov.r the State I always come home get & IH7ILDER.t' : .
>olh the 31. 'E. amichutxLrs and if the it has been
used to he on St. Johns river people immediately surrounding :
.r fFUBUSHED WEEKLY ATSTlMOR -- PrsIi .crhtn there could learn.how healthy e are here -
TO
AS
were hunihsoinil I1IMI/I1I AND A SUPERIORo1tAGE .
since fist
the STXlSKK
} healthfulness &
its
lots of them would come here, I see plenty of noted for 1 TLA.tLANS .
,BRADFORD COUNTY. FLUIIDA.ft dcCOi.atctl Tbe latter attracted "the" majority SECTION.Jlradtord grove-iiitoJO) years old not as large as our 10- settlement of the State. Situatad AS it is. $ si .T.II I : :

;, i ;;;' ;. .___ .___,, of (our A'iuter year-old groves; 1 tell you we got the best county ari 1
visitors spj-cificatTons
and the which constitutes furnished
no use talking.J. on the elevated plateau 10
Lc.WEBBEdltorand .
s atttif capacity of its beautiful audUoriam County Offer fflauy luduce'meat U. Sums, son of Uncle Tom who happened back-bone of the notice. Carpenter work sohici-
(the dividing ridge, or -. ,
been teaching
Proprietor. to be at his father's, said: "I have $ ted and promptly attended to
wag severely taxed. Appropriate HettlerN, and Indeed lo'KesideuU school In South Florida in fact nearly every Florida peninsula, about one hundred 5-.4 Hand made brick far
1rA-: : i mottoes oft bl State, AVMcA county-, and wnen, I get sick 1 always return sale, cither at the
*" aid skillfully wrought, occupied thewall Have Failed to Come q here to my fathers to get well This I*. I know, and eighty feet above tide-water, 7 kiln or delivered at tfac'deput. *

/ StlbwlHi 'lon. pfiee itp&Idltc vane spaces. The angle! backof the pulpit one of the few places chills and fever are entirely trade-winds blowing con t4 July 30, W. it.,',<
l.on.tt( not } .dd in trlvn.')<'"JJl.6ft. Kach Ilefure tlie Pnbllr. unknown," with the "

ubi-Ujei .wilLt.4 notified when hi* was beautifully draped iu Englfsh Ivy By sr'c1i Invitation th writer has been induced I next came to Angus Hall's residence and stantly to and fro, from the Gulf of -r5-

.8uba4>rl|>U4>u Is oat by a large cross after in the centre of which a wreath of lilies 'to make a repui t from Hampton district.nd found he and his children putting away his to the Atlantic Ocean ; s. ."TEMPLE.; !
blade fodder preparatory to a storm which was Mexico on the west .
fhlinauit.flii'i if onioned otherwise t flr
not thiS mnrmint umlertake.the trip. I t fff *
jthe paper will be promptly stopod when was greatly admired. Bouquets, baskets met Mr.James \V. JJut90ij" wijo makes the :'ol- prevalent.'Well. sir. mystery Iu response is a short to my oue.inquiry"I have he said been: on the east, we get the full hygienic influence *

Ibe vulmcription expires.I ..- ,- und festoons of choice flowers were liberally lowing from South statement Carolial.: "Icmntf have, roiJeU to tjorida iu this in 1867 section here:!5 years, been married 19 years I have G of this ozone and balsamic;: ladeued -i PURELY1 VEGEtBLE.II .
Short articles of interest villlup children and made all I hai e from this faraa. 1
I public distributed :
( over nine I have a wife and nine elirtdren.Aixl .
received. jj'lth piewuj.eanI published, platform and pulpit. have for years.gi.mc time ln-n in the employ ofth have paid about four dollars a year docto r bills atmosphere, coming as it do"3' over fifty Mtrwith xfriordinaryJo 3CY TEMPLE'S MILLS

;ibut.iu vrltlcg. write plainly and make >hic) in front of tire latter and rising F., R. & X. Itjad as> sc-cfiwn uuigttT. We and been part more of carefuL that might I have have been about saved SO head had we of miles of almost unbroken pine'-forest, on ,

iVpur.tnry as *hnrt MM {wssible. People M.bovu it stood a mammoth cross on a huge imke all kink \egeuiWHs and lr'tiz. raise catt c and make out to live without interfering either side. And only those who are con
ami chickens and are all well sati-tifd
j lo.not (lire tai read long,winded articles. pedestal. The our hugs with my neighbors. As to chills and fever we
f'arn
workmanship of these hee. Iu nlnej here we have never had
mr do not have that here, and I thought by this versant with 'lung troubles or have experienced BWEL9.
chills or fever in l 1td 1 never ki.vr of a case AND
also the tea roses which chiefly composed here we are perfectly heat hy, acdI time that that fact was generally conceded.My in their the beneficial
r'g-fnatin ; own cases
starFla. 6 188. MANUFACTURER
: .: "April father, Boll Hall, i' you could see him, will FGiX$1ar1i
Jhem. were exquisite. l'i believe the Ulue KnJ. c mountain j, oranywheieelsei3not : AN EFFECTUAL SPECI
more healrhy. in fact we "have no teij you that in his family of 89 children and effects of a residence, among the
t.iir.d ,\rding fa Jlet of Co'tgruu in Visitors from the lands of blizzan doctor here or selJom hear of oue. Our section grand-children, chill has never as yet appeared.Mr. Bowel Comr1ilflt .
(l-ould here would be thickly s-ttled. but for the fact Angus Hall is regarded as a leading and pines on the various pliasesofpu1rnonaryI Sick idache, *
At Post Starke fin. Second D7Ipepst OP AND .
Office, at hardly ruilize tlmt-'att this lavish influential man in that section and bus been WSiwetl
our health and advantaged are unknown. The I trouble, can appreciate this feature 0(4our Conadpatlou. flJijusness.

'Clout Matter. profusion of %orgous b'oom' wjts a pro tr.ivelusg'aXe reports putlic eU"where hav been that so it led will astray be hard by the to often office of bpoken County of Commissioner.as a suitable person for the salubrious ]ocah iW. -- Eidney Affections, j ,iaUJidice, and Dressed -YeHow Pine

----- duct of our uut-ofdoor winter climate es nbli h the existing 'acts here. They have be- Rain being near I Sloped for shelter at Mr. unknown .. !nta1 DepresIIQu4 1 Co11. Lutnljcr of
Levi Johns' and ocautiful I There .diseases every Descriptlan and
a more arc many ,
orange
SETTLED. grove
.
coin, 118 1 term it; ccntounJeil; but, sir, every
Those who worked so faithfully ti create there is not In Hampton district. Having married ** Quality.
l .
citizen iu tills b.ctioa will cur/oberate uiy state here, which are nmj-YataC **"">
Word wx* received boee last Sunday a niece of Mr. Johns I knew about what cia
this fairy Easter bower in the church', ic- ment. his statement would be whal"cM !4 Tet1i is Pickets RaHtng* lira
but |
rnbrDlrtghxl the Supreme-Court bad J>ns- I next met Mr. John Saxon who swd; "I am .,.__ei-t... Li;. ..prtferrtdto r a---jet CJt Mv flTihf our country, and keta..
ceived from the pastor grateful rttusiiition. ar.arueoi uuru county, t.euria, nave res: m >m UaL'1ll.* Wi *i-lJ.t----'i... i 1 urntTjeais i of head advised !'"*7 | |LIf L-i-aJiiis c ant on
't&taed 4V* decision of Judge linker in tie One of our winter visitors fiojaPcnasylvanin tcTf 19 years, where you see me LOW; age. was born and raised here in Bradfoid under this we say '1 OT; f :

K/otrrt4 Ilonne question. This decision rotlir.r Henry and I came together and he'' county have been married 2 years we have MX years of active practice in this i 1 HquseMd Should be; hand.
had photogrhphs taken of on tfce adjoining farm; we settled ij lwves 1 i children and 1 am sure we have not paid over w\ dirlll dtateu ; attention gin to Filling
'lociiti* the Court IIuusc at Stsrke fut the the decorations and nave not made a dollaj' nToodsuiauefroiaihefarm' one hundred dollars doctor bills in raiding our diate locality. We have never meta md,by being kept read j'for of rlui -
*
of which Inr ** ? hour J Orders with
copes 3ccept what we
may children, we do not study about chills and lever, TypboiJki save many an s' b11 Dispatch.
of the : t.
followingdiseases and
tiitxften years. had of our enterprising nrh'-ij dLfl. fff. fHH' i U&V6 raited seven cliillui because there i j no such thing here, and *e are case ya'd oHM m time *

I, .o : tave a nice orange grove cattle, pluin healthy." fever, pneumonia, (uncomplicated) diphtheria \ 01ERE IS BUT 05 Scroll '
The raUcotul strike in the North- derson. iThe servicejf ,. -- hortflas5'dfa. sn< and ail.;bat I need to farm with Were Alter the rain ittieing almost night I called ou Work"
great .,tleL was very sp ; but littt. \ *e for doc ors; lam sure have Mr. David Jones situated upo i the Lake membraneous croup, acute rheumatism BKHONSIIVE&RGI IATOE ,
west Las cnused a paid ever $5 a .re-o?on account of sickness; Nevarre. with about 100 acres 01 cleared land a cerebro-spinal-
pripriatc .juvvehI delivered. Rev. Dr. we have never JiOO '"iiills or luaidnai lever n beautiful orange grove of about 300 trees and a dysentery or v ed Z" A

lbeentire bu4nee&ofu still -of Mat lice ia a zrogvoker and has L> unknown here. I cauie here a ooor man." All most luxuriant crop of corn cotton sugar cane, meningitis.The on fro,, Wripp"Prepl On'Y byJ.H.2L1N -Np.
very di : i section. mv possessions potatoes pinders and a garden CO.tioe ?'-iotora,
L- Tbe-furt4t bqilt up a flourishing church in our midst, Mfc Henry Saxon said: "I came here with an vegetables. Mr. Jones came out of ills hand above-mentioned diseases in the & PItICE. ;f'u.
cart and net over $50 in money; I and 1 at PhiisdelpIt p..
old hocseand two-story residence to meet me,
the Presbyterian add we think his congregation' is 'well Tiav6 r
not amount to $i a year. I Fettled in the woods the countenance of all whom 1 had often fatal. Intermittent icy.V .
arrived-and before'Sundrfy the pleased and happy at the success be has parent upon kn"wn) are very otte -Insoli :
church LHK arvl all I.have I worked ovt of my fields right just previously met, and after making known
'.carpetsH Hl belaid and the new rostrum attained in the two short years lie has here, having cleared about 35 acres and made the object of my visit he'btated: "1 am 36 years fever is never contracted in this locality, J. SHIPM ADMIKISTRATOR lfe leof Bradford OF THE --
1 We raise-all we eat, besides eitateOt AVNniam Have,
me an orargo grove old I have a wife and lour children. We never
free from
been iu charge. which cost but and we are undoubtedly as malaria the State, Florida dfceaseii having .
chair put m its place.r boss cattle and poultry, have chills. I never knew of a case originating county.Iu f oft
little toatttnd to." "J>o you have chills and hero. Quite a number of us came 1 ere together and its deleterious influences, as any filed in this Court a mttp suggestion the
j 7t "- malaria here, 3Ir. SaxoiiT" "No, sir, I have Emanuel county, Georgia about "W years insolyeney of said estats, notice IB hereby given
The n cent heavy nuns in- the western Circuit Court. uevor kLown a case; that is what induced uieID ago trout and we scattered to many parto of the State locality irr the South. You will naturally to all persons having cHatam apartwt said estate

rtlate and Alabuinm and Misfcinippi settle here alcmt .i) years ago." seeking a healthy location and good lurmi g forms of tollle the same with me. thUy authenticated according A SPECIALTY.IP
pi'riof: the in Court for Hradfof'd county convened at The next neighbor is Jos. W. Button, whom 1 county without a biugle exception they all returned ask, "What are your prevailing to law. on or before the 2ii day of July, .

have cauaed the rivers to overflow the Court House in Starke on Tuesday, find eujoyi ith his family a i.leuuid water- here and remained heie. My doctor bill fickness?" In truth, we have no prevailing A. D. 15 88 J. R.:County RICHARD.Stake. Judge..
niojn with many more equally temptiug lying do'lais tui. dollars Fla..Jan 2. 2.
tmins'arcln i has been about two u year, ur ty
their banks; BO-much HO that the 3d inst.. Judge J. 31. Baker presiding. aro-ind. Sir. S'ltton met me, (as is not uausuoi in the lust eleven yeais. Ue do iioi use type. Starke and vicinity can show *.

&'crally delayed. The 8uwannec1ndAVithhKUocbe The-Judge in hi? ubual pleasing manner, with tli. LoFpr.aiile Southern Planter in) with have both commercial fertilizer but make our calt.e and a health record unexcelled. As I stated FOB SALEOF
'Conn* in. come we
arms open,,sc.yui cottou feed answer all my purposes 1 calculate -
Are over their banks. *> complimented our "cilu'.l'ii'; upon their Home watermelon hero hard to lieHt." Aud in- to make auuut live hundred dollars from my ia the out-set, this locality has always NOTICE.Iu
SIt ked thc-y wer:, for wj have u ver e.ijoyed .
m < this beabou, cattle and oiai>ge> being
.
\ ,. i. promptness aad aUentlvirticcs iu al.tendingCourt. lueiond more since entering the itaL ..ir.CTIl crop my been noted for its healthfulness, and especially
U remarkable fact that the climate extia. Court 4th" Judicial
a There being u very large docket 'I [fttIII? heI-4 b-fort the war and I he next neignnor is uuam Jones, a urocuer for its freedom from malaria with Circuit r
of8tarke U sucu that aper'o who comes aft'r .pro-spectiug over nearly ev.4cuuuty of David. He makes about the same statement Bradford
the1 Jury'was in.pafl-.llflil"the Grand south I retur ed here determined to pUat- os his brother except he states that ids tour its Indra-hearti'd_ group of ills. Circuit of Florida, .1 a LIUI.iI'I. ;

here cured.with Bradford county.-imineoiately*; Is.1hIhuUt Jury charged i y' Iho Court, \ftieii; they aiu::r.pleased Sutton to aud otate maLe to-
jetlred nnd at. once commenced their < m ane ahead, and au orange gro\eof 3)beating That all he ever made was from farming and hundred children and out of that number .* '
duubt. the most healthful se1tiortdr- the ti-ees.. Aid I venture to nay ad nice a little iarm cattle, and raises any quantity of chickens and -
labors'" The following'-'caies been as can lie found in the State from the same his during the last six there has
enough hog meat to serve family. years FLORIDA.
feel that we have a right to 50 head ot entile, raise TIlE STATF OF
fitate and we 1 have about
outlay. B.
Mr David Jones' Rev
,
of to' thti ti'm'c'of'"jromg to Adjoining property It is fact
disposed been but death. a worthy
up We one
all fie wtut. "
aii'l poultry we
the truth land we my own meat bus neat residence beautiful
boast of it. be-iausc it Js F. aianair a a Noble Assunipslt -- ARE LAND
S.
t proud of fiir m-ignhurs they John j
T; press r6tite are particularly ; .war, peach and orangn grove situated o the of especial mention, that we have more VSuit attachujeot. OF
hy
want people-to know -it; to come' here are generous, kind a>i>l f rii-n U\-, and u( o' of Florida Ira Taylor. has bal.ing; t-' put the number of AV.L. I'olloek. i bum sworn to2S.lO.
bc'r-iirVd. TS. carry- gets into trouble, or a several ministering to the people of that children iu proportion to
VrHb their Ills'and pains'and : all j >in in and help Li.u )ut. Cuiiis years Vf L. Pollock anti all other
i I..I r- -t .. :W Jug concealed weapons. Plea, guilty and up, we fever ale u.kuo'ATi Ivi-e. and i'il we district about 103 also students.teaching Mr.uie Manair Hampton IH now shad at Fay of adults than any community within the persons Thedefenilant.intt-rested are hereby notifle'I o the Suitni>lc for Orange. Groves, in Lots

Our straw berry.Hbippers rvpprt.fnir TTne'and costs about $35. need is traigrati- to help h.ili< up the have Vs cite, Mississippi and will, 1 am sureerly the knowledge of the wiitcr.Starke commencement of tV aboxe suit bv atta.hment. of !1'acres( .ainl"t, as may be wanted
should be 1 to
county on earlh. t plea>e here made." and are hereby required to appear plead
prices M1 .goOdkid i uotWithstwidingtbfejlroutli. Slate of Florida vs. Daniel Edinfield, prospectors core and spenl s-jne ti-ne with me, statement Last but Hot least, 1 called at Mr. Alex. Dial's is fast becoming known as a or. em ur to the declaration filed tli-reai. by the Not 1-ly.J. -

Next year thb '"tfcfeage is ib assault with intent to murder. Plea, not and my statement.lean ass'iitthem iUuy of of us weie the tiutniuliirs-i in the lat< war of on came my from way Georgia home. Thi before is his the statement war, with: my"I health icsort, as is demonstrated by the serentln7tht in" the first day Monday of 3laj-of .said A I'month. 18SA the and sanie rule day be- -

Ite'ffktiy! ; extetkded. The frIgerti guilty; verdict, aggressive assault. but we have lon ago yielded. to the decision parents. I went into t c Southern army and great number of invalids who spend the of this court or jiidK"> --"*' will be akin against
hand iu f ieuL.Jlit) J fellowsnn> with
aud join a default. J. W HICKS
served three and home ith them by
now Kftiifl) i?t-re all day and berrkB jnayl State of Florida vs. Robert Mathers, ourcompetitoix uu.t wo u..sue them tnat our arm and a ball years through my cauie shoulder, no, having one' winter heie; and it is an established fact __ I. R rjIODKS. ;

its ptckedj"mHrkels concealed Plea not hand is cxteiiilo ttlu.si: as fie 'y as to any dollar and almost without clothing. I set omto Feb.2. ls.->8 rirtirititfk Attv.I ,
be l p'afcetl' o n the Ice soon fuj weapons. guilty; man." a that when a party spends one winter with tttif the above Is true
n
make a living; 1 worked around about until Javed do lierdyrtify
/ are constantly being opened verdict guilty. .At II oolucw 1 arnvea ai lion .limn a. \ison nil s '. a few dollars, tben I got married and we us, they almost invariably return. copy of the onaii.il not it i--t.ow till i ie in my : --i.-
bhvlel
residence, a ltre to--tory house a little of laud with a log house office. CITY : ;
bought piece
to be State of Florida vs. Gustavo; Drolshagen. a'id b-autif .1
tix-e
promlaca wore
a :
ted strawberry growing around by lar.ze orange upon it, We raised six children, tuen my wife DRAINAGE. Witness mv hand unit seal of Court this February -

one of our largest and most profitable in; telling spirituous and vinous liquors, met ul home by Mr.one c Cw.n ml.l not with desire a rockin in Florida.? chair 1 was and died. I soon married again and settled off rnj: The town of Starke is happily located M. 1l.S& ? f YORK
'
and have
children now
*" t verdict fine Cason WI i I h a large palmetto ian, ho pit il- oldest three younger : IIJILBEII
Mrs.
llustrios.. lea, not guilty; guilty; ity which our Northern neuUs wouid vntnK> only children. I hae spent tnousancls of dollars ic I for effective drainage. Situated as it is Clik AXO IIAIUOPE'A : DRESSER.

Ii <. m i- $100 and costs. whisky, which 1 had no i.usiue to do. and today
deserving a Governor. Aftei Uuiner Sir. Cason twenty feet above Alligator Creek, which
of and have
From all quartewiwe luaifpf! capital said it aff-.Tuod him pleasure to assist hi< neieh- I am out debt everything plen-
State of Florida vs. Eugene Wall, assault titul. My pioperty, after settling off uiy oldest surrounds it ou the eaei'and south, run
hors ia making known facts that would be eiit j-u ALL ranss:
; into the Southland( she .has eviJk&Uymcredlipon'a'new children, now consists of t0() acres of land.
pouring with intent to murder. Carriedover. "ur han uot been advertised White
the public as county outside of the limits Leghorn
about I'.O cleared and leiiccd and all new in ning just corporate ,
and happy era and hut little is know o it. Well, Mr, I am
< cotton, sugar cane potatoes,etc. I have a com
I born and raised miles into
aow m; years old; was in and emptying two away a system -
f'prosperity. Capital meniiew enterprise have l.eeu a farmer all life, and fortable house, MtO orange trees of which 3DO' are SHOP
Florida ON
my
f Stats of Florida vs June Mack, larceny. bill large and hearing: 1 would not take le.s than of lakes. CALLST. JUST EAST
doctor
hived in this section 31 years; my has -
and enhanced pn-pcrty values, nhd P'ea' not verdict not about 3.30 a ; we never live hundred dt liars for my present crtp of for
guilty; guilty. been on an average year oranges. 1 have 135 head of cattle, and use cot THE WATER SUPPLY Eggs Hatching '
with had chiiU and fever m our fam ly of ten children
these in turn Inspire our people new
StJte of Florida C. Lane ton teed with the aid of niy cattle for fertilizer
vs. larceny. ;
h -
of I
and I never knew u chill originating re> Is abundant and puie, containing not a OF rAILF.QAD.
and Florida roust of this State, my present tana crop ou, ht tj be worth six .
hopes high courage. have tr vel Hl o-.er many portions
Plea not verdict <*
guilty; guilty. I belijvo hundred or eight hundred dollars. We have al- trace of sulphate of lime or rotten lime-
for aid vegetables we can
be and in lhcvmatter of lettinglbe".a and oranges been perfectly healthy and doctors do not One Dollar for'13VIiit !
doing was
'-. up There are several more cases on the equal any 1 have een. Iteally.l'do not believe which is the of somuch
.
-
-' to house to see sick ir do atone. cause
come people, they \Viil
my
be where 8 J clItsct1ykeel) on hand aj fu
lya'ntageshe is ables to offer we can be beaten any : we shipped carload *
< criruinal docket. The civil docket will not i them.
having last season and they We they nn trouble further south and which of line
of ora gj- say many '>f the fol lowing co'nN for sale.I .
i thcjwotfrfPrinter's hik is the I what iii tie damage 'ine writer has been induced to make this inquiry \ Jx'ii'un'ns' KtinjK Strain)
known o just commenced, prospects are that Court will 41311h'C tthn swas >U.aim' tie late fivez* and statement or never d reasons. our ablest physicians consider the Weans W ( ) VNDHUFJ'UUKE to cleanse the hair.
don-< oir by
1 li est modtJtrt dealing with the question.- } will convene the balance of the week. cannot was be perceived at grwe all now. 1 have noticed Though tullys'UiBtiedinys.elf. : as to the absence which malaria is introduced into the are the nio- t jnohtribK'inety l [ : for CilEA.M OF HOSES for th'e face ta
chills hi dana here also by )
ot a .U as to its being a
I Times-Union in the late ,tie -. liiai W'Wsun slrokcj have oc- ri'm'tve unburu, tan, ficcklcs* and smoth
urred lately in one day. in icw Yor'-f. Did superior t>r.>nge section, and -sustaiaiug as system. TATE POWELL, MA D. Floridn. Kgirs: carefully i-.icleil: :m fanning lands fInd it difficu t to induce
we so very
School Board.
? County ever lie.irol case here Why, t ir, we are
Call for'State Democratic Convention. you cooler to (lay than iu New York, we would do strangers to believe our assem-tiotis-that it lelivc-rcil :at Hxj ics- orjtttabove: A full line of Razors nnd Hones ..copstantly -
I Board met in regular session Monday them kin Ines-s to invite tueiu to .-nd their is the flat wools( piney country here where Mr \V.V.. Sapp's mark and brand hand oKl -
a sp on raois repaired.
.- TlieConservative Democratic party ot chills and fever are unknown, It i> with this AiLlrt-s-s 0. C. KXOI.Ilihlan.l :
morning at 10 o'clock. Members all summers lieio; we nave a pleasant iireezi all view then, that we gut er the.-e numerous should have read as follows last week.W. price. ..1.V.. hICKS, -
Florida will bold Slate Convention ut St.j the tim-j, eleg.iut Like.of retiwliinj! Maters to
1 prdsent Minutes of preceeding meeting bathe m, all kiiid.i of fruits an I uaternielonsfresh corj-oberative statements from the old set'-leis W. Sapp. Staike. Flu. Clay Ca, Fla.Sfauli i TAHKE. FLA.o _
ugiiMlneV Qn'Tu-e&ky. May Cffth; at 12 and ju-cj troiu our UeKU, cud 1 believe our among whom we find gentlemen who have been ___ __:_______
read anti approved. The report of J. W. honored office and stand ifJ. I
I N"rthern ir.euJur- entirely unaware of michexi'tinj in to-day unquestionedas Murk-Upcr square iu me ear, tinder 10 UeS.
.icU>ck m., for the following purposes: Treasurer received factVhc.i settli-ro coiiie IITB to reliability and resi>onsibility. The post
i choose delegates to-represent the Kellum. County was should purchase cattle to built up their arnu they oiHce address of all of these citizens named in bit in the other. ARKE LIVERY STABLE
.
q tTo ulsd the of the Suipeiintcodcnt. this inquiry Is Hampton. Bradford county,
and approved; report and oran je .roVtjs iij-i eal ot coui'iieivial ferlit.l.zer Brand S. 2. .
I Rrfte in'the NaljonAl'Dfriiocratic Convcnftbri. : as it ceruii dy ts zii-h more l loi-tiu.< Florida. In addition to this I am prepared to a
give the names of citizens from nearly every AND k
tV&'hcVlO'-t Ix uis.June $. I than cOhIIflt'I eta! lertilizer.'e hue a solid For sick headache troubles
I St. > bUtte, now residing near Hampton for refer fuiiuile
k/ Warrants ordered issued and amounted firm sjl here with coating of gri-eu grass wverywluT I
:trn! nnppee -..--....- ---- -- -. muLct our loads are good fn-o of dust or enda. neural gic pains' m the head, take Dr. J FlIED AND SALKj STAKI.ES
j--- [ to $83,20. On motio'i the Board ad- of the The writer is a native of Maryland.has resided
Jo'in I
iusd it season year-llnii.
< .o-"ihc-t3U- any here and inu-ried of the natives, U McLean's Little Liver and Kidney
live
of GtTerno 'ttr'ie' Justices years one
,1 t.., a' s.i Ca>-> i W1t4 a rein si tative in our Stare Le, isla Jc
if.IS ftf Stale'At tot jcurueu. ture in l t-8i anJ is known uierasoneo' tinmosi and in justice to this statement I an ex my nil 1'illets, U5 cents a vial. : ;. ; :;y' :: i
(! tl. uBvCret-rry ;
it address and to State
firemfl1 :, stPjfltNlESDET's KEI QRT. IK.II frauleun.l ieiiablegentlemen in Uradf name and can re er our
Comptroller Treasurer repre eutatives as well as the entire business
g iiey General. Ti the llonwalilc B>#irtl f f Publifi Instruction mic.onmLV.I next! iMinc to Mr. C. Hames" propeity. ,Ir. I community ef the town of Starke to verify mv When you are constipated, with loss

r Superintendent of Public InstniCtioy. f Bnutfwd County: H. JI.IH 1,0511 Uix collector for Bradford county I authority. and the truth of this statement, of appetite, headache, take on of Dr. J.

of Agriculture and four finco IS Commissioner of the teachers II. Little Liver
is list examined McLean's and
Following a houora'ile gentiouiaii. owning one of the nicest Starke, Fla. I I Kidney
1k1ttmT.EieeturS.! [ to be voted for j t and amounts received for same homes in thit Mctio i; he linker the following Fillets. They are pleasant to take and
statement: "I c me to Florida mm O'luinoi.i The above communication publislirin
the next Tegular Stale election.To March 3. 1888 T.L. will euro 25 cents a vial. *
F for the quarter ending : county, North Carotin in 1S51 and settled on Ml this Journnl last fall and is you. *
( repro-
Executive Committee the St. Job s river no.ir MHV 1'ort on what wa :
choose State ,
a S. A. Anderson 1 C.
: Oreare
$1; ; then k.iown at the (iivoiifield plaatalioii In13"i71 duccil ut the request of citizens. If your kidneys are inactive you will

;: and to transact uch other business i UonVelition! mile tro.u Hampton, i > Bradford county, and L. (rASKlNSItI :
o'me before the submftfed.R. will do almost but it cheerful and .
mtiy about) svven nines south o Marke, and have reMded Energy anything, society, melancholy on the -

I The diftcrelil coqnties in the Stale will Dowm-G.. Stipt. family here of continuously thilUren and sir grand-children ce. I have a,large and cannot exist if the blood is impure and jolliest occasiona. Dr. J. U. McLean's >} ', IN t :

4* m> delegates to the Convention upon TUEAsunEii's HEPOHT.lo have never had a c:iso of chills and fever hi-re moyes sluggishly in the veins. There is Liver and Kidoey" Balm will set you }Flrs.t-ela turnout furnished at all
CTO pt two chronic cases 'irom X.Jith C'aiohn Drugs & Medicin4 hours or night. *
..- .. .--I (lie; following! basis: tlif HonoraWt School Hoard, Bradford and one Tom South F orida. all were soon 'ertnaneutly nothing so good for cleansing the blood right again f l.OOper bottle. day

One for the first' one hundredvotes" broken up here. It is true we have 8iiro \ Terms. Reasonable.. Give us a trial. -
,- delegate : County Floruit had sonu'i fever anl sick lies< here from colds and imparting energy to the system as Croupy suffocations, night coughs and FIat .
ANDREWS A ALYEREZ.
or parts of one hundred cast in '';The undesigned. County Treasurer i.f and other imprudent c.ius-s. I invite comparison Ayer's Sarsaparilla' Prise $1. Six bottles, all the common affections 'of the throat "
of orange grove with other i ,- Starke. FJ*. -
( Hcucounty for the candidate upon the Bradford county, makes the following report the State.my The same can be stated a groves equally |5. Sold by druggis's.We and lungs quickly relieved by Dr. J. II. PIiysicianstl'rescriptionR j -._- _-________ .

Conservative Democratic-.State ticket (atlue : for the quarter ending on March 31. true as to healthfulness the flat wood la my experience and McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balsam. ( mifitlljj Co7JH1uThll (It all hour*-d u\ U. D. MINER
kr.ewledgeol region of Bradford
Pi general election in 1884;. jone additional 18S8: county are glad 10 know that Mr. John U. .'ttS

ad&litioaIhin- I next came to the resident of Mr. M. RBuasley Uoupcr. of Noifolk. Va., and lady have SPECIUi MASTER'S SALE.
,1 delegate foj every :To cash on hand per last report .$ 1 C2 Mr B is oie of the County :

ti 4red vote, or the last traction over the -Jan 5 to amount received from M.M" Commissioners Of this county tilling that cilice settled among us. With their elegant UNDER AND BY VIRTIK OF A DECKKK Led'Astray.MXA.Kassua. I I
; with the full confidence rind respect of his con- home iu Norfolk and their summer rendered,on the Sth day of April(, A. D.
one hundred when it amuuuts to fifty or Halo, currency .. . 20818 KUtu nts. Ilia statement: "Ihtve a wife and tasty UsSS, by Hon. James M. Baker, Judge : Co.. March 2'ltSO. '
for such candidates, the 10 children we enjoy elega.it hea.th: hive never cottage on the b>ach at Hnmpton Roads,
more, 8o cnst Jan. 5 t"> amount received from M.M. hud a ca e of chills and fever since mv iv idence of the4'h Judicial Ciruuitof the State of ? J, 4

number to tie determined when there is a Hale, scrip. . .? . . CTO1)Jan. here ot 20 years; we seldom want a doctor antI I t'aey needed nothing more save a winter Florida, in the cause lately pending "1 hav<: used Hr iininnns Liver Kt-gu
such feel safe in saying I have not paid over jio in residence in our beautiful little uty. Mr. therein, wherein J. Mc.MilUui "wascouuplaiuaiit tudor aid always fiifind it lo do what i-i
difference, by the vole for candidates i8 to amount received from M.M. docter bills since I was married. Our tiist step and Martha M. Bali defendant churned for it T
in thc arriving in Florida was to Had a healthy C. and wife are the of the celebrated la>t bottle and tw.imcKiiges .
parents
said whoRtnod highest on section the
ticket undersigned as SpecialMaster
.on hale. currency ..... .. .. 234 S3 and after prospecting iu many othe did me nj'good and were worst
county Tdtc.- But It any county increased Jan. 18 Jo amount leccived from M. southern counties of this State w-< settled here, artist, Mr. \Vm. Cooper, of Florence the appointed by said decree, will, than nothing. I -*it is not put up b\i

? it well satisfied ato its healthfulnc I f.el asbured Italy, where his work brings such ou J II. Zcilin & Co And !
85 ,
Its vnte'itthc -general election of 1 M. Hale scrip .. .. .. . 720Feb. (torn all the information I can gain that I $ Till DAY OF MAY, A. 1). 1883, not genuine, and
iu healthy section be fabalous piices and of whom not a wiute of money to buy i i.. I would be
have the Ixmeflt of such iucrwuc. now live as a a* can found oiih
shall 6 to amount' received from M. I believe our here in front of the Court House door, in the to (the WATCHMAKER
anywhere. orange groves will' glad pet putj| and irenuine. Send
Under thi Bradford county will be with southern in the Norfolk, but tin cni il-c South, are <' own o'Starke, in Hr.-iiu.d coaniy, in
r\\te ; M. Hale, currency .. . .. 348 S3 compare any county State me ome fiom hontf. hands (with red Z
4 entitled delegate* anil flay 1 6 del our orange trees are really larger. For instance, ju>tl} proud. .V brief p'ii-tc!: of I his said htato, within the hours proscribed and -AND-
IP Feb. C to amount received from M.M the renowned Fort Harley tree near here, 1 have uy jaw, St.ii! LO thr hi,. hoaid..; .! beat bidder ZeihLt.CL'sbgfltttiri: on wrapper). 1

egates.: 5H .' ', \ Hale scrip .. .... .. . 1262,1Mch. seen 8.UOO oranges on it. and we have many trees yomiif Achilla will ''a; given ip the near for canh, the following dvnvribed lauds, The fictflMns-fctuflEiuId will injure some .jjrtxJR: :
here now that are nearly as large, and bid lair (
one.bady.! X
f'li-. t 7 to amount received from M. to be equa'ly' valuable. Most of our farmer-. future. Mi. < 'nupu- has ulieady {iii-aiiy situated in said omuiy. towit: The wlof I :

During -pasf-week the contractor have from Sa to 75 head of cattle, which are val- ln1ui.it'd: [ Ins cott.tge and i is "inj inbuilil intS s4 [, t\ri5 Ililwo aril's UIO16 O.rio..s "Your Ob't Sorvt BEXJ. T. RICHpPv.ESBfjEPvflfJS I STAP.KE. :FLA.

., M. Hale currency .. .. . 32034Mch. uablotn furnishing fertilizer lor their crop and henjUTiou) aiieiiaiwl In Fay and .,. p4'Cialattl-nuion Riven to repairing WatcheS
-, is been1 busy italun* 'tjp the bodiej of 7 to amount received from M.M I orange groves We could not do justice to our tl-Al ,:iore. i.iiii.itiUu li;ill, l\in I west of the Traitii -- 'Clo.ks anti Jewelry. &i. S.c. All work dona

UuriCd in tt eo'.d Fort Myers diiliiiry I feeling to pass to another without mentioning -- a----- il till oaj in .leciiu 3. 'i'i. ii i 11 2'2e I reasonsble prices for cosh. Enquire of Rlcht :
ose a,
Hale, scrip. .. ... .. 37663Mch. 1 the fact that Mr Heasley has two daughters. Mr. I\ homer and I >t & 1'ac.
I ce'metery. Most.of the bodies were I Miss harriet and Miss Mag that are picturei ol wife of Pennyl- I cuauiuiiij ol> arts, moie 01 less.W. .
10 received from W. D. health and beauty a-d fit subjects for the sculptor v.iui.i, bavu Iwcn here for soiue duvs. W. TCMULIX, : +--

laid to rest early in the 50*. Two oQicerswetf Barnes currency . . . 5 14 to represent i lie O'xldess o Liberty.Mr. 5iiC4-i.il) Master. PISTO 'S CURE FOR
of them ( W. II. \\ .r. Webb, who wa< ou a visit at Mr. They are much pk'asid with blarke im-l 5th IfSS.NOTICE I
found, one 'apt. Mch. 10 received from \V. D. Beasley's. living at Hampton said: 'I came April i iSa.'tuitl CURES WHERE AU ELSE f AILS.
Artillery the other GeorgU. 20 have its siiriMUUilinics and say that many oft t. 1St' BcetC'c Taste U
Fo.ler. Co. G., }bt from Americas. years ago, been hr.'ht. ugh Syrup. *good.
Barnes, common school fund. 57230 married 1<)years, ha\e lour children; we never t heir fi euids arc cmningto FIti iil.i. lie p.e t'I..TIti'4 ii, i.tIi. S.SI t-r I in time. Sold by droggista.CONSUMPTION.
he Foil PUBLICATION. ,, ,, ,. .
unknown but is supposed to on ye.vu u. ole .as.ut
.1 name had chilN and fever aud I really believe this is H I
Treas. l 70 3 I ,
al. .
Amt. overpaid by to > U. n. .o' iSif. ..... DE
the healthiest place u ider Gjd's sun. 1 have fs better pleased with this boction than Sc
.-i; :. the records at Washington or Fort Harrancas. here from other LAND OFFICE AT known ma to -ome portions
y elsiulu-ie. lie said he had ticket fin :McU. 31 Its'. f
\ to be IriHsniqiinw from a "
Onebody stippootit en of the State to recover sickLftjs cOIUrIetejOire. Longfw in Kis
Grand Tot.il.. . . . .2,318 84 i Notice is hereby given that the following- Library, I believe Piso's Cure
other points south but afiir s-eing the '
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the of lit-nds found
from quantity Mr. Frank hicks ciinc* next. He states: "I r.aaierl: settler has tileil notice ut his intention to r.iirv'4 by !iw. &z't2 t.eh.a id.i It) ce for Consumption saved

jn the grave and four ( children were CONTRA. was born and rnised in this State have lived on mar.y advantages in this lucidily he \\ouM i-iu e final proof in support of i his; ilaim. and I. jpo.uage ai'r, my life.-A. II. DOWKI.L,

By warrants turned over to the 1 this farm 17 years. I have six children my doe decline further south and uili that said proof wilt be made btfuro the Eegitcr IJ SLE () :FE:1t.We Jklitor Enq uirer. Eden- '

\ _' I tuiid. In one grave \va found several School Board for cancellation. .2.213 84 I I tojbill has not lca as much us five dollars a to go and Receiver ut Gdi'i \il'c. 11 l? . w efts. The coffins were all iu a good { year atil w- never had chills tud fever, I can probably locate here. MONDAY. .MAY 28h 1>*8. 1 enalr Itb1y-1 (- ttie !-- rm>t>lT Ui'. w. ui': '
: By bal. due Treas. br't down .. 70 i ;sav m IT, I never sac a ]lterrJ with chills aajferer. \iz.. Reuben Sullivan Marko. ITia.. HE 11.5W for I .eD-i 'L. u ti2t F'" ""1 *'" r-tur. Ui.irt; .
j : slalebf preservation. een the nails U-ing *5+ eing the emiir.iti-'n going south I Mr C. F. H"c.istein.! of I'eniisylv iniii the s'/t of sek & se1* nt bwV, ecl. Tu 7. sjt to eQr"41g.o' The K. h4 llw p-1.,,(. r ..?? y.r e.4 .ii..
JOhN W. KELLUM. I ruade tw> trips sou** as fir as Folk county, but .z. -. H AT 05 I. :, oW.i SI ii.ui.SD
'! as good ae the day lucy were driven. The Treasurer. i I concluded tSere was L'flthuinuttherethat. we did bas decided :a i TUT si'Vt-r! \\iks* nivi-sii-I $". names the following witnesses to prove his I yota. 8.v .bqr ,ad g.-t uu. f ien. sder vu
County
Icctliof all were sound drliitc.. aud not have except chilis! ant: elrer, atiti our con -tv itnutw residence upi n, .ud cultivation of.uia I flERA & PfEaVTEU,
.: seemed mar more attractive to me. I never made gation of Flori 1 i'a adv.-mtages to advise lana, MZ: LM Sr., CISCINNATI, Oslo.

f the'bor cji'Of the men \vcre quite bolM and Call far Kcpubllcaii Conventlou. a dollar except from mv farm I do not bur commercial his many fiiend, to settle in Br.ulfonlcoiintj' L" .7*. H MooKr.Stnrke. Fla. S eJ5i: ,iatnc$ I.. &mple cupy au
fertil' and are as I I THOMAS Dixoy. Sr rke. I la. .ue1.cngrtied
/ er my crops good as l.r4; su I 4a.6 1-z na..
firm, except in the case of the twooflcers. Republican Mass Convention will be could reHgon thly desire. He says it is the only solid, fiim f Jonv MOORE LsLesiJe. F a.

whose bones crumbled at the touch. < II i is held at the Court House in Slarke. on the I whl here staW that Mr. Frink Hicks his I U.-; W. BATIKX. Lakeside, Fla.'i .
soil\ he has found in Ids travels and from
brother EU. Hicks, B ha.ies. M R. Beasley, J. u .S, C. TUcKER, Register.
barely possible1-tliat the manner of living bum d.iy of April, for the purpose of W. Button ati'i m-iy others ia this sectio i hava the barrels of Irish pot.itiKS; nnd car loads ; .

I had something to da in this CUSP, ais- the trlerting three delegates tii attend the Tar have) superior monov to orange lain gropes which ,is are being good tiken live:s np and at of strawbeiries, toyeiher with 100 ear I Tim BEST Cough MediI -

.. id 15 i'lterest. I also passed \V. H. Kiver's A T E N T Sk cire is Piso's Cnnx JOB -
i:.. tiejdiers were, probably; vnnfincd the State Convention, to be held at Pahtka grove percent of 45 I large bearing tr e Mr. K. re loads of oranges just shipped he has N COSSUMPTIOX. Children -

_4.., TatiABi-issued bybk\ fioverunu-nt, audprobubiythe on the 24th of April, to nominate delegates sides in tarke an 1 h:is a e-nant upon his grove. come to the conclusion that there N a liv- fit fted take it without objection.By .

,, L4 ofJJcers lived i n the fat of to attend the National Convention, These Starke orar'gestll, for one thousand to Trilby.dollars Sternburg cash, ou& Co.of the. ] inir here for him and many others, whom ANKKIN II. llL.N) all druggists. 25c.

A the land: -4-t-least' that i ii our Urn] of it. to be la-Id in Chicajra during next June trees. I callel at was Thorn ; he A ill invite to come with him. / Lt Agents to Sell
Tne.noit grove
'I There i is a vague trruUUon that the sqtuw A full attendance of all people who represent Minims', or Uncle! Tom. ail old colored man is SOLICITOR OFFOREIGN MIEFjGi'Ij. .,AND I- tile Ih1STOy ot PISCES FOR

spoken of above I whom all ivsit. Uncle Tom says: *'I am rtold. C'JRES WHERE ALL ELSE L IAILS.
was imprisoned forsornt- fiie thought anil progress is request Imperfect digestion and assimilation
I 3-e&r I n-xer was sict. nn-l we had iiI P1TIRTs; : / BLACK it Touch Syrup. Taateagood. CwIn
offeiise, and she pounded up s>ino, glt ed. IVfitfctioiuto h'imo industries is a I cWd-n, that t. > tUt-\> r'' (-alhu to hi wife- produce disordered conditions hif the I, time. Hold by drugsiata.GQN .
I :';oI what you alk &ioUt. Tom, ? You know vfs 925 F. SrfNearU. S. Patent Office. :
and ate it, tItus committing ujcjtl ;.rai-ttc to all !atiiing people. s>I- 15 finer c-hil'lr-u wnat the world never saw*'' j system which grw and are rniitiined v &s.uiui't-1 I). C. t/I [ HALANIm.,1' SUMPTION

: ? Fifty-two b Hlit-8 were UVCT out, and bv V. J. SniPMAJf' e have been in tUis spot 2t iurs. we know i h l.y neglect, Ur. J. II. McLeanstteiigtii- All b.chus., bf fore th. TTtfrJ, fr-inlet- I'atent

nothing about Ciliii and iV.-\er. Me ate aia-a>$ Cordial and Blood Oftiee ivtt.-n Ie I to for uio.lei Kivt-uis ?(o.-"., ,;, ,.. rut. 0,,. .t
p4 the thorough'anarch made there is iyi pos- .. well, but Liu-v 5't'fllS about twi> dollars a >-cai I en hi'; PctiiSer, by its 1 procured in t'ie'United Srnt"S ate 't-es.nIl l'rreIrui / b .4 t, PARKER'S
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tbIluyoT *u> fiiHatni'v* The boiea! A sli ight oil.I ufleii proves-Ityfforvrun- fur sick medicine that'.s the Irving truth to or get it.sick 1 ;lme but we Si don't aties gt'x 01- tonic propertio, cures indigestion and countries 'ha Ze-J-ass nnd Lain reitrr.d .: HAIR BALSAM

were l/oxtM/ and \>wvtiiV'tlu- sei.siier< iii"-of .-; fn.iipl; iiul which fatal. land. 2H orange m-s bearing, a nursery oi- ; gives tone to the stomach. ?1.00 prImttle. I I i Infiiriuafio Rejected nr-pliratfrrs Tntid ried to obta'riin OP-" pro-1'a'o etitei.isuheituilw __4'.-. ri.lcon.sea and bpauflten the ba tot
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be m.zu-jantgrowth.
bunch omole?a
several th.nisaiid tries and a o cattle _h_ I'.ti -
Alex. Cook. Hud( taken lo Tort flirrtnezi. Avoid Una result by tkimig.1..8 somewhere ahout 50or 0i.' Talk: ; wi1u Pat A-lain fiirui-hed without el.aig-,. i--.. ...i Li.n 5,. :- Naver Falls to Reiter* Gray
'.. Cherry I um"PAT i Sena Sketch or WoriPt for f/eo : -5 .r.4 .,,i., ;a 1 Hair to its Youthful Color
I \ where they \vill be hid to lVei tiiu 1at. rcme1 there; he can tell you more Man c opinion as to f>'ftsn'* j .
sni The M. 1:. patentabilitv. hair alibi\
Wednesday night
: slipper : "
for colds :: "iat n.n.. '. Curesscai1dieasesand '
Press. 1 f ADAMS'8TATEMEXT. .I Copir-s(.f i-.ntfnts fnrhi-lifn f..i l, rents \'cti. :.r4 ; _- lit **. _
c3erS, -. cu&S1r., an.. ;tll bat. -. "I have I'l' children, and the Lord knows hew uettec the h3nd.-on.ie sum of $41 cash i7Corr-tttui.lt-n; *.? im iiL. : AMERICAHPUS'QCO. at0. -
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fStatk gr.aphi Tlaget.soekof.' Spring Goj I Protect Your Eyes. i H.revmd Ther. I JACOB- M. TRUBY.' 8. .. HTS.RMOUUU i t1 FRUIT 'THEE/.BEST.' / '

v 1 _, J I.V\1c-Pffercdin this-market. i is'nowK5on"at Dr. J. L. '3a kins has been appointed In _ah extended ramble through Hood'sSarsaparilla f ,. -w:.MTRONI.I .- ". I ftm .to'flir -a"tf.irtHo- -" '

,.'a.1prU: J.. 1888" ,;Jone" tCteW .lleij: g agent for, Hincebe''g'.s celebrated -I I various communities in our onnty, off" Il'f'IWh.; .thr prppareil. IUI, ,othe.r ftuli. "-i ,ttk'r r.' .. '...

Chap'* fetore.Mr. .- ') J ? V">diam0&3, ?'iJ-Jw->8pec9.. Every. ., pa.lrarl' I tli\wnter observed many marks of I I! Office f lu\ r possible prices i$pedA' bonsln". \ .

Y1'IEWS. ** .1. nt J ar 1tee ,accompanies wisdom, prudence and enterprise, l.TItII: by lie IOO to ftlO..ere4 ..r IJ y.I j ** iiSTARKE

I :.:,f: E. \Vaillrig1it; llie1ly ; Is a peculiar medicine, and la carefully' '. k1.'d.vark.iv1nritlae furnished t h iv*
..' ;. .- eacnp their nonchang- among our Bradford people, and an prepared LiUBl STERNBURG & CO.; I
iJSP9intc.d't by competent pharmacist The com also dr-.UJgtt trefts by the IBO or. 1000 ( "i3to6yeftrM i 1f
boOb .ai lanes & Ueiberg'Wa11 assessor, ,...requus.lo able specs, 8 SlMffthey leave' theeyesTihey increased and growing provident binatlon and proportion of Sarsaparilla Dandelion I nlcl.- at .bott.o t" 'prf c*. I lit- ,. >- ,

School ,. alate"that: the tar books t .a ththe )Mandrake Yellow Dock, and other BCCCZS8ORS TO | -
will i$ $ patty witha spirit: indicating peace, plenty and vite perxons ,wanting fruit. tre*
** .] :ir8t'of May, and*.he wishes. 1. new pair'free.off!., .. Call and prosperity in our' midst. The ex- remedial Hood's Sarsaparilla agents Is,exclusively giving it strength peculiar and to Truby & Davisr-Richard & Pace. I kinds vines, shrubs, roMavor'anything -

is again on the sick' i?k4Y.. retumed_"'once._ exarftine their '. ? Dr* Gaskins hilirating bl'eczesamong our treeses) curative power superior to ,other prepa 'iu I bbs fine, to w>e me before ixirchaaiugMsewherr. -
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-r" f' M. "I rations. A trial will convince you of its \1..cltS.- I am- connecte4wlthBereIc. f
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A .J l '. J.; : .-McBrayer, proprietov e has.. .all) uecessar. ..3."Ja'nstruments. \..-" for fit have. brought conviction' that npring. rest medicinal value. Hood's Sarsaparilla I -GESERALDE inaiiH. and other celebrated nnrwtieft.aiul '

Jr 1. car-loa4"rt Jonca lt OrWlld';! Orange Syrup. .& ptIigl5oo6wbottle8 ; Q2. e- eyeiAnotherilIal-, :;' t' ...;.-y', i is here, and our orange trees and Purifies the Blood STARK I guarantee all order will re filled with '
} Gt't.Jjr'"fiI. ".r FLA.. February vrJ, 1 wanted
k tdand
I exactness of variety ,,
4 ; f iliw mediiiehef with their creates and sharpens the appetite stimulates
"iii.7heft groves, unusually large .
.irger'1.; 4 .
-- I I the digestion and gives strength to every To our friends awl customer: an t,am determined to give UU.r.ctI..n... ,
t -:its j JLtIrbcVSdWrwilIs' i ?'! r.he.doetor. has a great n( :l aWrdayragd; -:corner, stone_ aud beautiful growth of living organ of the body. It cures the most severe o'thnt I cau do bntin w with the. .naui*'
WCk ** > tHFH 3?* "" WE HAVE JUST RECEJVKU O?*; OK THE
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make'Starke
A: ; .r -., Uis'futur.e home. A f ttb k a*..e difL *: f; Al :Antiocbaptist. green; must contrast grandly with cases of Scrofula Salt Eheum,Boils Pimples.and parties in the (l1f11,. -
i all other affections caused largest and most eompletn xtovk-joC 1>K YGOODS .
'. by impure Gardia
Offlw : .r & :Pratt ftnl
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r Mr. _CKas. of New ..k &near/Lacrosse, '
porsett
blood Dyspepsia headache .
: rnissioner4g m lY r.: '. / t'r' .:- BlUousness CLOTHING antI IL\NT for the : K-iittto.omce, 8tar i;p. JFl-v- -
4lchua s inefull North. Then add to this charming Kidney and Liver Complaints;Catarrh, Bheutnatlsm ;
- IConnty. .'i".f' ;" .. d.t." haspurchased to acres near Slt e f; U ,it; y Spring Trade ever brought to Bradford :

- j' re lDe_ tUJg._ ;1' I and Has returned' for his fa_ lIe roted of itsnjatr4Jontents, scenery; our present 1 luxuries.fresh I and that extreme tired feeling. I. GEORGE AvOARDIXER.. -' -
r. \'.. g-"' i' ily. v "js Hood'. Sarsaparilla has helped me more county. : : t -TTI na"rar r->. i
-to; :')' ao'J;iiay at :Jones'.'
.4.' { ..'. \ endless of I ever used." A. BALL,Syracuse,N.Y. q .
J ..: 'an'd will make pis hops however, thstyeQfyigia variety delightful flowers We can show yon some of jne moat >

;i-- of candica- juit re- home herje,.'. -., f, 9. and proper effoswiflasoon1nd which cover_ and adorn our lands, Creates an Appetite elegant patterns of Qinghams $eersmk- MALE AND f MllE :.s4INSTITUTE -
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: -V ** used Hood's to
; \ < gJB -V 'lHaV I Sarsaparilla cleanse mybinodsndtoneupmysysteni. era, Lawns and Sateens, whica we are
a1teVi1Is'j.] :. ?|dbriite fool4perpetrator filling our homes with their fra .
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: Wm: Qt arrtred.nday gave me a offering at remarkably low figures. -
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: beforenTribunal ofJutice.- ". grance. Oh, how grand, how beautiful good appetite and seemed to build me over." : .

U. spooli r' 8il t"js : and lef| .at. once {for, 1' x and E. M. HALE Luna Ohio. WHITE GOODS. ., -
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.j i he 1 sunny "I took Hood's Sarsaparilla for cancerous Our assortment-of Whiio Goods, Table I ._.
..J9 : IkBueiwhere takes charge 'i +* ,
.lori at",J n ,. .
; t To homes! humor and it began to act unlike anything Linen, Swiss i'nd Hamburg Rmtiroiderfes -
wj -, r-4; '" ; of* the of York & thtlpitlztn! of Bradford y. ..
It the humor
& pottery works else. cured and seemed to
fet line of ferUIIZrCOflStftUtJy) As In most neighborhoods planting is India Linen and Nanso !ks, Silk PLA.,
:A this stoneware expect to be absent 'from tone up the who\e body and give me new
It is .
.."kindby Truby, Sternburg. .&. .C Craig. expeoted'that Bradrori cou ti-f9r.3' few montluj nearly. or quite, completed, and cultivation life." J. F. NIXON, Cambridgeport, Mass. Gloves, Mit* and Hosiery in 1ujje.nn.lwill .

.:,!. .,".,< ., .,-.'.."' factory wil1soop'be in full. 'o t and. not, 'attend commenced in good earnest. Send for book giving statements of cures. he sold at prices that defy'competi-I SPRING TERM OPENS JANUARY '
to the dutiespfCountVSurveyor
ie to
; ,
eration. T 1: : Hood's tion. 9th 1.S88 and continue Six Months. .
Sarsaparilla -
: : ; w\Ve: are glad to note a decrease i in
,
favor- I ,
would
report a very Com CLOTHINC. '
but farmers ri. and
RATES of tuition. 1)3.00. $3.00.
Soldbyfclldnigglits. Sliixforg5. ,
Mr. J. i received. Prepared only
-;spring, and crops well flvanced.lo E. VVainright- : :jnefid. .thatVhje! people employ Major the cotton acreage, and an increased by C.L HOOD CO.,Apothecaiiea,LoweU.Maaa. We have good lino of Clot lunar suitable fi.00 pt.r montli, payable at the end of .

> l1y.lo': dispatch this :Jweek :rom P R y. *V. II. E 'ard:4 .tbo riopntjr Sur.veyor i interest in raising grain. The oat 100 Doses One Dollar for Spring and Slimmer war, purchased each month. Music $3.50 per month.Kvrry"advantage'ofler -

%. 'ottageH let, entr that his wife's sister was dad 1 _e, ; in rty stead. crops are promising. Many of at very low figures, anti| j j ur customers '. ti to tnnae who .
\"Y : desire a literal education a low coat. -
to N. J. tfones. tf,, and shall have tho of the -
Apply I benefij 1
was the wife! LOi.IiCone J Respectfully. .._ *..h' larfuers are fUll a iVT tUm paper fa kept a file at the oae.czsoN.er reduction. Fur further pMitirulMra addrem, '

sewing; machines will f be daughter of :Mf.- C.o7e l "" ) it's ]1. A. it. .
Cool. CLARK
A few ,
I tf "J. P. PBATT, C. K. importance of raising hog and cattle Gents' Furnishing .

old cheap. by Truby, Sternburg & formerly of this- place. The )husband -I I feed. More anon. RAMBLER. IA1 If you art in need of any tlviAj hi tli" PriHcJptl.Dor. .. ., : 'it

.
I Marriage in High Life. J..1A- -- line'nt' Oeuta' Cm Alt don't .
and father have.the :sympatby-: Pur"ifthinK 23. !? -tf |, : :

of citizens in bereavement. Our'little citywas aroused from I Hampton Cleanings. 14DVERTIsI1AflL\. ._ ill, aV our -
'M. mammoth stock Spring goods 'i its sleepy slumber. on Tuesday moi t1. We have bright, warm weather, hut faJ-P--to". ,'J"--_ '. ''tt if ..11 at TllEBLOODIS.THEtIFEOPTIIEIUt4N. .

Jonc* '& Heibergir SPRING GOODS! SPRING O'ops! oh. how we need rain and GENTS ".
: Hart received st ing by the report that a weddinghad ; it looks as assortment which we |.i.." ,Ap' ,-.. '

I BARGAINS!! BAUQAixsis!! taken place at 2 o'clock.! Upon ';"ghw might have shower soon.tuisr' HatOHinhiny low prices ---4-- &he -

* '. > To be had at Jones & Heiflerger'sMammoth J' Cameron expects to return '\"e'I"h to call your special $btten:i o.-. .
n
: .
investigation learned .
Bata! hats!!! Hats!!!! See Truby I our. reporter "eek to Canada ti> bring his family I' OMffiSfSSatJ'S Rates; FRr to our As weD as auha'

Dry Good's Store. 9. I that Mr. I:). J. and.IissDaik down.' their I 80 f1 "t"
ilgman he. .
aburg & Co.'s mammoth dis- him a &u new home. We wio\h for j MAKUAL SHOE DEPARTMENT. of& tree. a.wrtl.. A*. .
The first solid carload of.pails Pearce of Gainesville had trip and a In this tc;*ym prMloceunmatanfridt .
Mr II' speedy return. line e rau s,1ttyoti 't larger Aw "pIaId .

.i4y; .L_ that ever came to this county"*' was left the peaceful qUietude of the mill A Farmer JS I lIt1C with Ms new The quickest assortment to select from that cnn F he find>H produce Jb.u1t with immature. .., h .-_,

There have been a great many pec. Co. sW ana' pUSlllDg thugs 8O as IC I f th lime cn r;>joM! JTecral. found Outside ol the large t-isiw and' well but.. 1I&tant she. x
received by Truby, Stej-nburg& : paternal roof and come to Staike. get to sawing a. gI3 ors\o tYI CHet bl one dose ; munbelp va&.
j this weqk- attending of S IIIlI S having .ma.lft special arnmiremtitA harvest. Ilyou .. .4 ,4 '-
; in town : few : late at'llin'ht when aroused The equilibriiiL DILE. hAl"S in from wIUieastern I Ir .U pIea''I' I.i T'A m '
'- V a days ago. they o3to four hours r manufacturers f'dbarvcStofgoldsrna.aDci = v .
"
.. r.-. )I our people has **** IS many who have r we can ,ve you _. rj.'II,
: U- I I Parson Keith and somewhat disturb\ tried ItCa.fl testify. 1 t from 10 to 25 t..d vegetab 'q !_ "
ue''TJIa
Mr. J. K. Frank1in of Philadelphia were .straightwaymade tins Week OVer the ( Oe8 seem strango per cent. on these BoK J'IflJBB 5.4 -ki-
hat
f 1. T $jaen;* .of theicoanty proposed chan-c. In j sensible people rill sufrerwitl1 this It wUl glveyou all.s&tlsZactlos.,. hav 7av !
th
All prominent has purchased th& Mftthews man and< wife. Miss Pearce from Hampton to tlia.' % our offlccXow -terrIble disease when trmedy relief pip If you are Intending to build, remem .. Groves in a good healthy coa4jI lor- wssr. ,I.'
16
t have paid Starke'aVisit e' this property west of Starke. ;Mr. F. will be remembered as the beautiful is the time for a ch.' U.nion Cit>'- InexpenSIve surely be? found in this sImple.?foand her that we carry a full line'or building what. mora c.'OuJdJ'OUdIaIre... ,.' win NCUrOtCnorlda. .,{

1. music teacher of name, as I nIl remedy. 2.j ccts. For tlle material, including .Sash, Doori and ceiTe prompt attention. .wdnII!.,to -. -
anc
: eeL accomplished I
ctin :
has a )young and sprightly{partner, matters generally are on a jy druggists a!;d fTcalcra in medi- Blinds, Lime Hair and Plaster D. Vi. BaJGlWIIf.a. .

,:; Five pounds of gixxP. ,,.Rio coffee. and if you could see them /In their Orange College til a few weeks'ago, The new Christian church f* I I'II :In cme.orscntnnywhcrao:1 stamps. receipt pricE I Oils and Builder lIard ware., Pail1tJtand Late1'Jewo' :i
:1' r be '
can wit .
when she her and for service. It is attracUyLw lumiatal _.qiatn
dollar at TrubyJ"gternburg&Co.V. resigned position very 7 '
mansion readily
would
orone grand log you } re We have hey dca.lre. P. W. Baiea*, 4.
has left for her home at Gainesville. fleets credit on the builders. --- Just received a car load of _ _- '\.. ,4".." .tI
conclude that Bradford county VITAL
; j\_ Our truck men continue to ship sti BAKER'S R CENERATOR SAILS .1-- :: .
direct '
C from ,
the
There was considerable objection to ioUy aDd removes all consequences 0 f Man ufactu ret-s at I Soap. Soa ;!' -
for th'e.new saw added to her list a splendid young berries and and theist uceu;rentlW1l the I'neraT,
: r The machinery cabbages, express of'Oath. Cure weakn_o connR8.nd YlaGr prices that will enable us to -
mM at Hampton arrivedfhere) this couple, striving to build for. themselves the match by the bride's pa'fents, j selves as veil ple.iwd with returns. Debilitl.r"&rfal 8piul Exhiutio.yf.8.t.acor.1nd and IAIIIt and Manhood bodT;Nenou. A big money. save i you A new reeefpt'titHI' 'mae '

;- trceio I", a home and orange grove. but the love; of romance,. and "lor At the bride's father's, on Wi'dnosdaj! I nBT& R 00. Boz rtidorative.w. Iir PUo.N,Y. Hardware Agricultural 'c. ')O lbs of good. la.f .$ p "for J
<* Implements '
. ,' .'- _ May success crown their efforts; wo each oilier, overcame paternal wrath morning, Mr. C. Gardiner and Miss Zellu To enumerate the varfo sgOOc.J, in thi "I.00. This w just theSttSj-'the ; .' fcj''

,; ,For a nobby new hat of the latest are.always proud of puck'i' with the above' result.Ve le rn Jones were united in 11l1Ltrimon) W< LAIESPEEHLESSDo department would require too uiiich I I Farmers. This receipt.oft.rfbr Sal aft,

; ityle. call and see what J. W. Hodges that Mr. and Mrs. Tilgman.mil wish the happy family much success am space. We carry, however, a complete at only $1.00., AfMn J :' -

A most lamentable cuUing affair line of shelf! and
hand. pleasure. heavy Hardware.-
hu on make Stirke their future home. 'The Th'y1lill dwa Dyeing,at Home. Hoc. J. P. 'JJ1OKg '
& Co. offer- occurred en our streets eduehday The 11, K. Church now has the additior 'Where. Price rytbinll. They are loldY.. llakes, Khovel. Spa-les anti SAudnnl -
'vTrubyJ; Sternburg are have the best wishesof fur Strengtb, b.51 pack&e. TI.eyhavenoj Plows Lk tte : ,-
happy couple now in
Use, and ,
need'ertRtPORTKlt. ,
SOTT
It was .of suj a of a new well which was much or for OQfcUCM VtnUU in Packa-ei, are A 'uls
nature Amount.in
jag genuine bargains in every deptrtment. evening. friends and the TELKOKAPII... They do nut CrOC''r..or DOu.f.wWL Qa: ibr lila noLedt. H: IIAKUOVV. aol To the first who wen, thla ffmttiaMiiiii .

as to cause a feeling of shame to. -_--"taOcoIor. For sale brIan t.'' indispensible to the Oran!e andmnentlon thIspap.i-,l win Mod araeeiptfr** '
III grower <
.f
each of the citizens ofllhis t.\vn, Highland Notes. List of Lcjter" linfallcdfor In Starki, lIom the celebrnted PlanV. Jr., HHI,,! "LAKE
invoice of drygoods', 'VIE W
Another :
large PoHtofflce.AlvarezMrs.Mi -
and of buch a nature that we would "Easter Sunday" was observed\ ina I :. r' Tools which no Truok Farmer or Strawberry I .
received i this week at Truby, Stern- 'rth.i ; Alvarez, Vt ill jam;" ITS Grower, l'anvAIl afford to do with- .

burg '& Co.'s. i refrain from any inewtjou of it at very enjoyable atd. appropriate Alker, .1. S. ; ,\udfc S. William. J out. Under this head we would call your CLAY CO., F a. .,v2w ,

all were it possible too so. We manner by our Sabbatli. School. Brown John L. .1 dl'Dtifill 10mtTK 3j .ti'\6'\t t_' w w..4 ;

One dollar will buy .t 200-lb. sack dare say that all the/parties concerned Much credit H due"to the Superintendent Carter, Joseph; CJemmens, Miss Tem. .'J ""..foi." ':..) eXPGnl\o&An or\ve) \;: \;t ; SOLE AGENTS, '''II iJ,1' isIw.J '* "I-: .

4t liverpool salt at Truby, Stern. wish that it hadjot, happened. Mi s. R. G. Cqok, for the pu!; Cniw Ii,tt1. )t1i rtin .. f :' t J.r&p hlLla .o..e I D RUD u Jl1JDore ib-e4 I rt"01en will' find that they, <*an oh & COMPANY &. ? i

, b & Co.'s. all in their Davis. Mrs. l Lucy; Downing, It. il,:; "bon.llcd I.i."tlon5 ?6Dt,15tto ia ; filhin.tack h. 0'. 44
g The Mayor and 1,0licCGul interest she has culxivated'-iu the he Unite'! S I tt'l. aid i'oiein C'tis lain every style! of gun, '

of has trouble but scholars riggers, :K. W. ; l Jcr. Fnyette. I AI"ll'i."n. tr1hJ"",:;;." U or th't )1\.1174 and otlwr lull. ies of us ut ruei. bottom ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS : .-
B.: liayues, Hampton, power to prevent antf; younger for-appropriate exerctees Fuller F. A.Giskins. f.rt..t.r.t'r.'n: :o toict-lI.sF 2:: REAL ,, .. 'f}: \ '
the time. W lt..eI".. (lOP tho l r.fheirezp.n.C5 orifes. | FOR : ; 9-
the mercantile business passions ruled or from time to time. The AGENTS Is.
42in angry jf P in CJn.l.J.Clhtle, are uJUZ1i ftirnb4i boll II
; F ; Green. J. 11)( ); Gunter, 0'I)'anJ 0'I... .- I We are in a position t< (

} at that place., No serious damage: done, however.Mr. chapl wa. yery.. astily trimmed for Mr<. Xal1',. encd'Oenr:,un"'J'l !"d ;a,,,At *notice.prepared T.nn tnd filAliort ..ry the wluoI1a lUlu\ re.akIruhe., bsIf ) h.th.l- Florida Southern R. R. LaHS.h tft .
*
the occasion. Johns H. T. John, :3Iis pr..il\air.1I',1''I., ": ft'n\nl\&iollofmod' vuntiUted riJATKS.io \".
r rlniere strawber- "j ; Car nJnhnson ; .tlIGI.! dre ot wuiO. lifrlit-wtteht. rip ion. .
d
are % great many "I'IOD" mail tree0rdr3i1.t \Ye'have lands of '
1'21 AIVI every
A. 11. Tullifof Alabama, 'I '; I'r t'a.arenoti4 of Strawberries.IVuvli- '
MucFi mtercst.- continues in the iliss NellIe; Jolmsim, llr>,' -,',tne-t t the shipment : -
ies. shipped from liee t-vcry day r j..da'I'CIl.VVtF1"ro"irurCA hauential which baa I I .i.- a.4 low a? the JOUPU&UVe If want to buy; rent, lea e or -: V
has purchased the l Jefford grove, prayer meetings; The "force of Philis. the larircH c.rcnUtinn!. *w. i s the in.sI the world.; .ei, etc., ill p \ you .
-hi.I'i1 la -
and prices are good tv .' api>r or .t r"u | ; hanu a large sell it will you-to call on or :; -
situated.at 'Ihurstm, four miles Lofley \\r. E. I The adv ni gei 0 & notice every PMBMV \ keep ommiantly. on pay '
illustrated '
I: Another car of Ideal and President -J Ji south of Starke. Tfcs is one of the habit" wa quite pointedly IIc'JJrJIltlic; E-gl. Mr. I III.Ddl This-.tand5)large a"U1"F.KLV.t. .n'onrt.diy Ola.fratod:'3OO a 7W.. *n : i vaiiety of the Siai.dard. Brand "f FERriLIZEUS I write, to"us. r* f ,- ... '.L .: '. -
in last .
Sabbath pablBhSa '
night's meeting.Highlandwire OngiMMl. Ml I r>. II. I 1). ft to lIIneaoe. for vegetable and traitI : ,.j.i*" tf ,
; flour received by Truby Stern- nicest in Bradford pesi I admitted to he the beet. 'J.uelriJlJr worki anti I I .lec.2 .. "s. .
i "
grows mechanicluvent.ons. I
young I pretty well represented Ponds )1 r! Moly; Pen'is. J other departmanis of industrial prosr..s P'II_ I rower, and w'11111 l be pl *) ed to makeHii.il 0
{ bttrg & Co. this week. and we conaatulate Mr. T. liaUed in any country. It contains the names of needing' large TRIMMING.: '
county .
the at Green Cove Miss Ellen. pat.eDte4 I to parties -
on jury at cote. C. all patentee and title' of seri invention I <<[' p.t.

|jThe; Grand Jury thu .week have upon having so beutitul a hOl 1e. last session of Court, six being from lucy I n. I lj.; IlK'rts l')rC"Hi.| rj4); e.cn old by"eek.alt fl.wItdezra.It Tt'1t. four.. months,for one write dollu.te I quantities.LADIKS.. ._ ,t" .

found some very itnpurtanV.Sidict-: Now, Mr. T., we lave some of the liere. .. Sam*: All.-n I : Mjani-,, W.- no..dcn.! Vann you bar.Co.. rublixhertbl an of5cielitifiO AmerioUo, I if you waut tofwrnsh. yoor:.J '. ENERAL TRIMMING AND OR. '
_. Smjw.ieVt | Broad".".New V I wewiU sell you: VT ANQE.Pruniog done cheap: br the .
Smith. F. S. .n.u antll.anri >
is .' nicest in Flonda in and around ; So1aven. Handbook about aiJ-.I houses give us '
it said. girls Frank
mentt so ; WYNN. I-
Strawberries are yielding remarkably the job. W. H. .
than can tree or br .
Peter Sparknu I goods for tho money you .
((2)) more ,
; '
Starke, and we hole you will take well here 'this .' Our Jan. 27.,.1888. tf, 8tark. Fla. ..'. : .
lMr.I H. A. Farmer is i soon to open season; prices Mrs. Mary. .r -, \ ;8ewi.atmj1t tfradfcrd, coul ty. .
S. F. Gardiner \r _rWilli.iS 'V. L. : 4 I
friend j -
' after .
,
connection pattern you rate high. Growerso far, are lIenr* Moi-kof ; 'f '
; store at Hampton Jin A. h"Vor :. )IOIW.P.. )1. Catarrh 1 1 CONSUMPTIVETJL'SSKSSSJsar
cheer .
*ith his new savtr :mill, and take alpartner to shipping in ventilated craves ami, byexpress : l Stoves, Tin Hollow, Woodeji'and r TOINOwa.' 'J
with our Sale. of the body where the Willow.Ware I ".
on and builaup people .. affect any portion t."euedLllle.06cPWIa"
you and returns seem to favor I May .
: found. Hut catarrh of is an-j we eMU glvcyoaany.
The several churches Is complete .
. were veryip'propriately 2(0Alicanf : ; membrane _
fur "ale. mucous .. 1
' I that instead of refrigeratorcars. .' .i oraiizi-irrove most common,and the the hue "t 1 FurnItuefrom, an'tiin.be -Ie" -
r with [ I plan : I Ilnring the head is by far the thing in Bow. pO
decorated roses niul vuiiel ol.lit bo
a cannot -
I /iH:'e tiees ) \I most liable to be neglected. It I I cot to an o elaborate Bod Room :

. ad'other flowers.last Sabbath. Mr. S:' F. Gaiiner has gotten Izpa ) tn'l'oIIIII"I: i tinjt "f peach I cured by local applications. Bcicg constitutional suit. \
! 3lissLizzic Cook and skater, from <'IItr /. II I disease it requires I ff .
.Little: Miss Clara has pamph.let! of y,000 copies, reprjjeentative i\J.nce. Japan pel stiftiuQU, Japan J : constitutional remedy like Last, hut not least is qnr s0r op aa. :toa.Miluru.gIs. fl 1IU'.L.. -, .
j' a
Darby gone : arrived home their I Ringing I "
at and 2,000T.y
of Bildford co'u ty. Aft Ljr Philadelphia, / tin tree, poinegni'ate I.ood Sarsalar\l1a. "hlch.I Grocery Department "L' ,:,.*.\ -
; t.cClenDY to !spend the summer mother's, Mrs. R. G. Cook, I last pit'u' tree &e. A met- 6-iooin one and ;I Nolse6 j working through the blood In this pa. .luent will be found every r.4e' -

?t .; rjth'her sister, ]Irs. C. 13 McClenny. several attemjls, the citizens ,bf week. je-halt: story cottage; fitifated in the eradicates tIle Impurity which causes and promotes mlcidof; lit: fvm the loud onr Uito AssNatw'e :*':. .

!iL Starke failed J get out a pamplitet, nol mre than 200) ftrt I the catarrh,and soon l'1I\'t.t a permanent ueiH-Acifc**-Bu'iuhle for the ,Queen's To ." -.'., .;'" .
heart uf the city .
The kiln with it SO-ft llu .I Sarsa- t""*" "
new dry time .e'a
same -
1 jA fall line of fresh'groceries just G. has at his c\ The cure. At the able. -. -
: and now.thatjrlr. from the main business strivt builds the whole system and makes .- \; >> 1uredoriutl' -. :Ylrtn.Is1iIe1!! ;; *

; ;i eceived at ..1.V.. Hodges and for expense and ;ithout assistance thin vent ilatot", i It? nearing: completion.Mr. Ollr. ;rove i; sitl1tcon: : the corner of the two one parilla tee renewed up strength ,In short, we h-ve added new goods to that.any IU\' '.Lala: ut'. 1&rJ'U1I1JOWUY .

'. 1 ib cheaper than any place in town. one, gott n up a pamphlet wlch ( lire timer, brother} of, 1io most desirable sheets iu this cit} \ pond health. If you uffcr I mpur every eIt.nJrllUt'lIt so that wn can 'now :,yeiien.h, 'a'. ('ui.lA BroacMti

any townsman, Mr. Ed., lirerrtno/') For particulars apply; at this office from ratarrh. bo sure to 3OOd] furnish you with Heady every article *. ait.t c.Ii,4I3ul'i;;)')' tiltS 1uUc0fl4.

will do crcd; both to Starke ''ml fall l- ken-jll try Hood's Sarsjparilla.: .. 'ftt. ... that a man nee.Is i in jonrnay_ from therwlits itIeUlItftl.I' ..t.: t.. !.,".i.:1lIutotl. 111015 i .. '
here last J'k.i. '
.*Oeo. L. McConihe of Jackson- Bradford we suggest at came quite Old iuit'er niauli fiuin disur.3oiof : .1 used IloodsS.Lrsai.art1ta101 uirrua.u- ( li"n" tirni ii" liar air-r rllt ..t L.. ; '
cotnty, IIIlH"J\.tl that lie p -ople I and bl'n\'llt 1.1111 it. The lo the rrave.pt ,k W'lI llll. J} -

:. *V rDle, has made a present u> the M. the money 4eady. collected for tatpurpose health is so much } the urinary orpins, and are al" y.. I received was great wry n-hef dtoKrceable. especially lathe \\W. :1ft liui: followr.l by tuWrclw. and' .. -: ..
i is Mail to (1is1):: won'l'-rf'I etfTts l 111' catarrh TO THE WELooe c.C tb" ,.uc. Itw : -
the ns1ijiistruetuli
soon to leturn to at ilUchurge.from ijlNT .
'
trr.'titied consent > .
*.. parsonage of a handsome cook be t idcred to Mr. G. t be th baviiuj in I J. II. MeL ih's Lixecand Kidney Balm winter, causing my Htti.L. rlnguig noise : 1.dilt.tlereIur.; that, wtil tie ;HIA."ld i; : .:.JCIUgh .
of his '
ft i {
property .
; t&ove.f used in decaying a portion of .id. in in bani hing'their iroub'ea. 1.00 poi Hood'S lall! t.lrl.anttpainsh\ ; s4Money rs,11iiVc4L1l0 l.n\.J.t 1ubll. '
to : view making a perJ"tncnt.hOP1 > the back0f.:my head. .. ..bant op.irzuuil to 'h..al.
no
; and credit w m .u
f Honor :
1 _! Miss Lizzie Sparkman! returned expense. ongbeautiful Fifvida.Mr. : '\ bottle. _,J\: _- __ sarsaparilla The effort to clear my I* .Ayer'aCieTrY Pel'tQrat! y' ,
\ .
4 \ \ last satis- it is due. No one can d ny1 have cause for spectacles the morning by hawking;and spittingwas EarJiled.11 '
|;.AOme week, much to the very.Jitasy iraproy- Yon will no Head in j -
.
me
Mr. G. life worked steadily nd Mayhe- if HMO Dr/Jl: II Mc-l au' Mrennth- painful. Hood's SarsaparUla gate' : Socth.aa&HCaIS ..
- OD'' of the people ofItarke. nr"n both outdoors and you to time I was entirely
. young his sVs, immediately, ablle F1)I.IAWlNU4.ktAE4hAt5 : .IueIh.T- .rh.tt the
ing
earnestly fjr our interests.Le usrecognize --. / oning. Kye,Salve: it reinovtH thn film and relief cuied. 1 am 'neverwtthb'4; the medi- NOTE THE I- ,ttBES'I' the iUia'u4 "i\\t 1rt..vri'. :.
'
read in.. sciini wbich ac ulI1' l-tfsonthceyoball-t *. I think It. 21 iudi Gw>rjUCbjwkiirt.7ic \\a.'i jr.i,
!
fact and.be to house as .
1( J. W. Hodgus is on hand this dat- _' lr. JF. ,Mr: Prescott, who sold his place ac'71tile subdues Inflammation cools and soothes cine Is worth In my Its weight in gold.tI' 'Cures ,\Ipin Lawnll&t . .. ... .,.4CDntitittuI.ty1u reaulu. 1 hIlt U 'O'r..3? ff.KirK.r pnlthonavyhtitMLit uftrifc blr,' '.. :. ..'-

l lend, him 41r assistance, Co. nWves weak ,1029 Eighth eteincesl t.... 1t11j' u'r ,
eek' since to G. W. Hippie & the irritated strengthens MBS. G. B.GIBB Catarrh ,
with another line of new .hoc s, C. of but 'ns. 12} to 15c a '
is D. _-
who *
firm VTaslilncton (:
Piatt: of 4iis awajton \ and failing stgbl.: --T<' a box. Bt.,N."W., .
Inch be is selling at lock bottom from CrfarKeys' is, talking of building agaiu. ._ 'I I was troubled with that annoying disease till, Best )-4 Tkbli" Oil Cloths. ; ..271CGooL 1) }.bt1);'. .,! r.arfi-nsvc. vt,
the ship dnal survey alnablc catarrh, and never found relief .lIf.'rriir'I Ii.u 1 took a >**
O/C. lost nasal F
riceL Piumnur two i of 1 r and aeue, the 1 loo In Ctses v. r J. sst. col m
: to Pilatka through the Stjte, I took Hood's Sarsapartlla. quality i-nliei 1 lose-| roM whclsWi": foiJow d by L
the last week. 1' not so dangerously N. Be' Be sure to get vere -
though
co.ws by cars as effectually Alarksbur Ky. frk! *n >Father Lynch from Gainesville, will be abfcnt for se\eral mojithl.Rev. Good l iuiiiiy Gtuts half lint*, ust.col..5 terrihl ..ctt:'K I waivery
thoatmr'sphore
I ,. ISir.-Samuel Boon his the finest I poisoned by fiBojfl-vinm! of Hood's Sarsaparilla .>b.-d abviit font motb*. .

- .". in the city Wednesday and held t-- ; I Irish" Jt>< it eou'd' hI' 1w the deadliest 6oI.dbyalldrugglsw.aufor A*. PreparedODIJ Good(IIMt"tUJ.rs. .... .. ,. ... C ', thysiciaufiimllywiid, I ws* la> '

era I 1 Notice. truck farm in. town. potatoes, inr. .. n. XIcLwnV Chill> ecarielLoweu.Had Flannel Suits at $10.00 My : tnu' :
: meetings at the residence of t 1 poison. bj C.I. HOOD CO. P.K (lituull' Middlr *JC 1U1JI4Itiol .Jltl thAt b '. mM awt beipb .1. ".
\m. lphu.Mis try English peas, tomatoes, fcc., Cure will oradiewtn tiksonfronTheysttiu. : pui. Dollar ..ty.1. ,.
onions and Fever One
l1el:1&llOnt
|1 r Geo E Pace. IOO Doses Uninu {Wmertt: Suit at. .. ...$6-50 011& 41 :,1 .
\- River AssociaM .' ill, all looking fine 'llais expecting II I.t" a b Mtle.If therrJ'rtorst. I 1'al1M': 4 :
of the N4v Suits at .$ ..OO)1"I1' to trv Aer" ..
'We would very much like a cor- D. \T.) each at Kingsley is" sbip watermelons by the ..carload Jnii'U C'iiHbUiifie BOJH Brojanf at..$..: aiul i.efor i I'-4 ;'aT'n halt aW!.' 'v.salile -
( P I you RpUup plilejiu,and arc trouble.with RICE Mandard Scnrw ea'Lt; f.t tl.iIt. 1im. I h".ttri"IPt

faipond'ent at Lawt7. Won't t>omeI church'onjthe 7th 8th insts at this season* -He has proved our boss .hapkujsjou l ;li, usu Lr. J. H. M il- DR. n..s I'IIIImi &reW. BTC)5U5... ..$1.00 1'0. tlt.1MHIe w i 'o'.l. nil'-! II ._. I

: rf.our I..awtey readers send in a few o'clocl i' at High id melon raiser in"pst seasons. I I Leans,TarCur.s 1;:*'-S-U>1i ;* Place,now at ,mn.iuelll'rr i .iI1444 -f .
- 11 a. 10. .. For 15 years$t 31 Court LiYerj ol :\11:. j'cr '-k".", ,,., $1.0C b. ;
[ tes occasionally. 22j; lusts A I 'Mr. S. A. Carpenter has tho.largest 1 j >t- --- -- Tiithvi11 Alonzi. P. i>o 2.ttf. StWyw* .Mill. *. '. }, .
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rl on the 21 t and lYe ffSfFrequently WPt-IeI1tS oec-ir in tit 322 kketStroot 'Vy. \ l.l" qLtai'y; ; itio 'ollce. 5 ibs. for .$1.00i "...xti.A1rs'f"; ': ".., (; ,,'
JJ'JILIIIIWA .1e.writt 4: .
of this season's setting .. aDd Fourth ". P# $ 4
ol. attendanspectfull e at each meeting I ire fruit orchard Inrrs'ul" Bet.Thrd quliW,.. 0 fur .. ..25cVu'can : !,' *..*. : ; ,.'
C. E. Mvrrill, of the News- householdhuh C\Hooe ..s4 7 p i, tt I)i c.tkats | pIin.t Aai":4\1I. ., P4sulturiu.WI.l. t-
of one in town. ... in uli .* ..r1V ; ..., -.. ., -
solhitetl.I lirai -* f.i'RM.I ,
tiJd. any prAilll1J ; Mniclu-8. doz. l boxes, 5c ; .
of Jacksonville is Parlor P4 ;
writing L. .
Mr. Knx.hasgood H. Mi-L..in'a v.tu': Oil ALaJU1 .,.i'., ':', '...... -
Our nurseryman, a. DrJ. :
cases .'. prices on Lu'eo .C- ...... : -
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$ ? iateresting articles We wou, gladly quote you ?
on ourfor .
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Potato Crop ieen the : I. -
Irish fur
iuiiueat !It. snanv j ms impotency l '
toirhes
many Kelsey Japan plumTset- bu; "iK not '...itt i&ihts2 .
per- :
IIBa. entire 8uk. pace "
pB&j that ff.\'or! Ia..szui iiC mr For mOl1th..r.WIlJ! -
to be oow.ta tel'mi!" rfmrdy. .
z paper The I: ish is bound I _.f. ." .
). potato ting fruit that will uot be.a. year old _, _. __--_ $ .ot'U4 s_.-= aeBti BI1m&gsI.( i5t. (liii. Suffice to lia y. howa ar. that wo can I cotuhtkdtJtu.: 1.luw&. J."I I J"'I1" :; ...t-'. '

one of be most profitable ga en till J l III 1 nile eoniinnito n.eet .)Dtape St ATbSs 8I Dellclift K-r.F.157.PiRPIBIS ,. lt.d.will Jo so if )ou will tjQlC".lb.: *IM w.I: aj4'at1..4 ,.. :: ." -
. I r4.v.. C. Peters, of Lawtey, ur.e. ,/ ,:.Tb/umhrellt ig .o-y. r- Poftr &c..s.rma &vc'"ou .mon air fast ilirr:!:" .
) I IJ crops tl at can be engaged in. ey "' old f'.ot hi.Iu.cr i llie Ailigalnr.although d. of 141M.J .f Bena1_ y..4" .live tisa tt'il.Tli.tnkinK! pdttotl to z.tt 1iar 1eu .:
\ ) e ha already roccivuil enough Peaches are promising a heavycropt. ;::o:33ie: I -I.isvp PV'' .- iuJw.,1 iu try '.&euiibarrtpijtI ..
81"0'er large this year and ee It is i only .sallie littif 'w' .5S154. ,, &3 Ba2Tbe*, 1 ; ?."*.f"r your .11 bend patron- L. .,I "r
, br bis hisWife ; RES Dg 7. I I I pa; y erIr araarta t. wlEh f help.4 e'fla rmittnuiit :1. ""." "
strawberry crop to .
pay from rol or disease Mr_ F. J. F d,' ., '.' across and III ruuious roii.Mti'! EKd. rt GLtJaE.s4 other PIITSW SUIcISTS.dbseael t&1... ,- Hgein'fbe pl\Qt iod soliciting a continuance uass liaeltLTP17.ftltIUW)1M., I. ., _- 'V. ..*"", "-' : -
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and hundred l thai I par
expense b 1..If-eri4en' remain .r'
truck far brs -IAflfljED. brigade consists IIi -\minjr! lady unit Isyoung sot ueeiIDI SW of tbifciiritf. we ; : : .
one of our successful .' '. v.eenalo dais of dlJssaeL ko.iiijtacoe.d I..''. IJtU"ve. .\ I JUyi $ : : < .
liAr over. ne.Ga'din'r"'was anti umhi..lla." Whrn ci 117.aocilr1 1f8d.k1L .Pby1ICiI Wh. It I tDS5'STi.l y.u". V3' n-fcpectfully /
exhibited CO Siant mai man an penod to" .l
.. has as fine a sample we Mr. $u.city SW VS$5t. &IctMI- lie. u&prtTIil t T4
'r Wediu'sday the 4th inst. toI duty the btsiade. MI> Hi.d' n ihi. 'lt.'. ciu- 'b awlialWj7iB II or .saywb5. aU cUSsew' i TJti.HY.'STERN BURG & CO. \ Ar CIuyPct&a1, /
will 'lied in
thinks nted
1 JUr. &Ihl 11 ThoK. 'eftworuing have seen, and he thev Cures Guaxr*
.. I't Pulgett hut liie uinl>roij! ;iiwbvtr, (lie pl I .. ,1. ,
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: 200 bushels pelnu ere, I MISS Zella Jones, oldest .1aughtery tio. ? :. IoIIIr f"e 1 :. U.fn0i; j-MiJ .HIDES... FURS.,. 0' ..A_
uut limit
taueaday _
i'or their Norfolk turn ;i and four fict' ilanf-liinrUeiovk: ;: "I.y majj ,.il.is aIII&_..J r'-e ttndll-rtuoL I' .rtCO.LOW&1. .u"-7
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1.-rue in Virgnfu. They will retune :! I Itt; tut I pre.-git' price of $ ; (1irIu I ISIIjih.: Jones" of Hampton, _Rev. j i be been i Uu JWlit.i''ery; : Mmd! \ pflIVATE- 'COV3ZZLORof 'COTTONami ORANGES: und COUN- Dr. '. .: ; .l11MJ\\1

but Father Gainesvi.lle officiat.I" I removIhe ._I,. -1 M&le4,1Ir.tnItf I rY! i'H '. )"(;;I: ;:1'TI! in:, XCi.lUge Il;[ ok1 baltICumigb-. .
llenu- barre it lu-Ip p I I.ymb, Won't : .nHxHiy-plenM;. .. Addre siOcc.k.sx.DaSLS..M.log.U. -
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FLORIDA ;
: belonging to V the RECEIVED FOB ANY PAPER OR *
J i Acres of land atJ flJBSCRIPTIrtNS MAQAjjsolicied :
,000,000 throughout the state, and prompt attention given to same. &M:
n distributed
4 SOUTUEUN RAILWAY CO., FlaJanuary! 13,1W8.* -79 t. I
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of Georgia
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;L?]c I in lonroe Liberal county.terms and Special Inducements are. off (r to S'ODCARRIJ.GBPA f fag

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.::'V competition test ordinary shon .and Tswann's land and V lads orSam'l nsIMade To Order, Vi *|
of Villiams 4tX
-- ; powders 350,000 Acres Hailrfav and.faviga-
I Pow: A. Swann, situate on both sides or'the Florida cast/and Plows Made To I'

Fernandina, on. the'Atlantic Qjfe,
Railroad between

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w". ORANGE GROVES .\ r

I Ve tilO A SPECIALTY. kinds of Iron and Wood Work soling iff

: WIth I etc. When making ap-

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: out 1'(1 1FER TO THIS ADVERT1SET. or any other vehicle from a Baby Carriage to a Band-l cjj
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I / : !ALL end. I r E BUTLER, Bradford Co., Florida! New-- -- and -Valuable- Nursery Stock J';

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--D--.-- prosit to yon a list of valuable fruits which are fOl1is nsab'. NtTBjfc
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iner who wish's ti adl to tile value of. and beautify his home.
: ., FLORIDA SOUTHERN Rail Way Co. Farmers an, with jt vry .small amount of money and labor add len f_
; dred per eenfcto the value of their property and the happiues and comforfof tk|
Trust Lands/ 5. 4. 5zfflz rust/cc. homes and fagily l>y eaibrarinjr! the opportunity! here ouYt-red( ofoitaiuingats. ..
cost the new.mil.leading varieties of fruits suited to this oectlon, viz.: ..

j.-,'- William's and Swann's Lands, formerly R. R. lands. l' ,U:' t 11L.---' ;; IOMEGRAXATES.Large : .

E. ........... .. Large Swevt...... ....... ,*
1 i Q Florida Land Improvement Company of New Jersey. ... .....-... J JUartUtt >*'*cents each, S&) 100 Blood Red... .... ....( B .
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i Keiff r -
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.30 cent each !
( : : Florida Land and Mortgage Company, Limited. usburn.sHumme.Large JUJMIU.. ;...... ....50 ccnt eachDwarf.same
ph' as st-indard or 5tc.lliuc MULBERRIES. .
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; -n- Wbite.veryproliflc.......... J
1 t .. Red hveru-am... ....... }i CIIII
I i TIes lards are located in Columbia.: I5ikr, Uradfrm'. Alachua C1a, nd Putnam PE-VC1IB. to 5 feet hisr *-. '
I find otli'r Counties directly in a lin- of the? new Gf-orjiia 'iroutLorn and Florida I'
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to Hailroad, and can be bought clienp in lilt; to uit ptircbi-sers. ?ento and Honey ... 'J NUTS.
__ __ .__ ; : Alexander (very eai!>) :- ..... ...... '.
-I.T---: : : '! r Hales E rl.r.. .. 12 English \Valnut >
I : E. -0- ctl.ea.ch. $151\\ Chiuestt .........
,1 'a t:5 ,. Tallasted1Ingofiuey.f 1:10041.\.. ..... _...).., r F.n..lphChe. }.... 50.'J
: i I'1 These lands :rrc all well timlx includincTfpllmv Pine, White Oak, Hickory. Uoldt'n ycl1ow..,. ,.. ..j I Japan : .1 ..
Cypress: etc. To large buyers will make special bargains !panlsh'* :::::::::: :: '. .
i Pecans. ..........
: :Ez: --0 Xj- li Almonds:soft shell.:::::::::::::.:l .
i. FLUMSIj to( fivt high. ,
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:\ land in ly February
wllUoll their any County. Prunus 'oTt ..
-'- I:"'': '.__________ _---- V __ __ JapanMed1erueVerenj .50 S"upp4'l'I1ong. ..... ......) t V
I ) !; r \ V u Ke1ieyJapaim,3year.. .. .W) .to. Black EIl"J" .............. l Ct11t.s
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Or variety..1
Bntlo" taco and Concrl'ss 5h. \sk your retailer for I : t. .a: any .
g.. iY K thE TtMES MFA'S 6. SIlO!; or tho .fA-'IIES
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f f ;." ":3 i 1 II A" I ,- :-.- T'1 vi'-rr'==7 none genuine uck cur stamp appear*plainly on till loleS. + V
f VOC JAPAN PERSttMON,one year. PEPIXO or)1eioaSrub.4Seedless .
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m JAMES MEANS A n' destined to be *th..
/ vr thing on o i
I ) \VJ Amc.Bg.fxtralarge.il; ... I V tO cents ,acb.ket fruits ............... SOceotttnos.
.. -- 84 SHOE Ziugl,sugar sweet andtcli:V' ..... ) j't'

WQ1 not wearo long as the .

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APPLES. feet White ManeiHe
: JAMES MEANS high.
; Brown .. .... ...
V RedAstrachan..... -i.... j Black.Turkey............ .-....}28 MlUlORANGES. I
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S3 SHOE Alexander V 25 cent*each. Green..... .......J
/ ,5 Crab... ...... .. ...... ,
1 t' I' Beeaur it i*made. for urn whose Occupations: "n> inch aald -
HJ'S. z (I. !"'-.,m tn ,.n! for a !l hter IInd more dre.y shoo than -9-- "
I e:: 'I &\.. t ." ..rAI1UIA>S fc3 SHOE our 53 Mi" hssi m
t '\ ,.. ,. '_ \j.V.l I! .l ."I. i--] >li.'il '..r it.-4'lf: a p.rmaiiert rrputatlnn lor e ; ,.' t4 .t' b /4. :' 'l.1 jr.iluiity!' old: ;aei ..... ... .... -tlngs .. ...
., 'S- \ i: T.ry,'f i.e! trade. :0.0 mpiitors are all!IC to Fpro.-ic:> F..ar} Gold .' .... ) : .I't'r 100.peoialI'I..
( ', 1 it. il.o .?:,iiif<> ?.tr ni>" S t Mi)>o IA !litit and Hyli-h Red Roman V 25 cents each. Buds.2 years.
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Rheu V ,' ... .. .
I 7 p ..V-;. f/ rii.i 4 is Hsilnr.ihie: ; as uny .oe of-ils yicijtht vir nianufiript Russian } Ta gerine.V. )
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I I. V ; !! \Vo ri.ottilpi.tiv a"'.rtth.tt in etrrv vital re- -'- Maoderine I14cn"'!
ijVV .tt'ic Jnm 3Irn* Jl f hoe Miual to the sweet and others. -
Piles. 'I >; < Mediterranean ) :
I I 'I \t t ; I .'j.!rwil ,'-.'w* uliirh h.v1 hitherto tea retailed at QUI C Buds-dormant..... ......,..2SeeaH(
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these I I / b /l-i.:i ; r : r !i It h-isa l o'i--tlat'puti-lM-anilcJ". : citlfTatnp.i Orange. ; : ...
Liver \ I : \. ,: ; '. '(IV.. 1 >'s nriVttlv fmra'th t.t.." ni'alc. It flu lIke av v tivfHv.Apiie ........ ..r..I. V25 cents each
\i.:: ( ) ,S3c. I V V. \i A1 I.,;.;"':, r Ji\ _c 'j". f-rllvc.ip!. ami ny. n."nrHtn'eltl'"rn.r.qIir.a no !>r"aklns, In.," txins .. .s,6.: ., ... All warranted as per Ordetrew
\ 1 4 ''I'-m-s M "ns III1fI I Co.'. ShiM-t w.-; the flr t in this .
t p. 'lj'" \ V . 1' } d ippolnlfd In o'hi-r 1l.1..ru.tt1 Slu* yuur ripe-renca We warrant eaeban tree to be of the ,-aritotY. and kind you erder It
V \0.1"'cJ \iht, tn ti'ni-lt you that it i' >afrr to buy hocs Dade tyf. every and fn'ar'Ny ulI
C-=- hia order of.to that effect
1 I IJ t\'''". 1 I hpsc, ,shm- nri now hy the, best rl'tlli.nITh. is not as orthredwe will either refund the loney paid, of tun
4J' ; know. ..'''I....1. :1.,!"I'r'"Am'r. an.to LtI1.i"j. .b..ul t,,..!4vUt the United Statei, and we 'm.place them instead.
'. .'. a. .r. : ". .j i.:. "' Tj.. hw. .i"'TlI. .., npn.Id wiU S thm your reach in any State or Territory.If 709 .IIrlJ
. 1 n. work t .t1.-u .V...IV. ,.1.* .1 110...r .h. The 1"1t- 1 us a postal card.r.'y111.eJ. Ve have made arranpments with large nurserymen to establish *
.n. Vt V.r ; llor t..t.i"tto. stated
J I toovru. .or''I. il,. .. I.'ni""I. 'aAI''eJ.. JA! nwMbie, a branch ucrser.ncar Starke. therefore we puarantee all as a"
\ .'.. if.\Ic'u.bu'lr..tlloh".1.;.,"<."'r. L..r..I"UI ...d..t .. .4:. 41 I L;__ MEANS & Co. oe nliable as our future fosperts are entirely dependent upon our e1ibluriisblug ui''
-- i ''coln St., Boston, Mass. tho eactthingrdereJ. .

C ,COUron' Full line of the above ; S. F. GARDINER & Co.,
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C.I Lul..e hoes for
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