Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
I.C. Webb
Creation Date:
April 27, 1888
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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4:. :; !! STARKE, FLORIDA. APRIL 27, 1888. NO. 43.



17. % .' I m. 3w.6m.iin. night drew on, while on the far side of
Round -
IP.1CL k-e silent
1 DR. tight -A bronze of Longdcllo About Yankee Doodle, Uncle Sara tnA
- -- JAMES CHACE, Starry heavens are In my sight; the pool, well out, of range, an occasional & Welril City of the Dead Drccribcil by statue li Brother Jonathan. ..
rbe In the gloom of earth I stand. George 1C. Sims. Boon to be erected in POI tlalad. Me.,
: It 00 'I 10 t: 0) 14 00 fj 00 ,:I OJ sambhur issued from the jungle facetious
; ,quart. I ro 3 :.' 1O' II"I JF.O( 2OO.J SURGEON Longing for the better land. and stalked and Imagine a garden surrounded with the city of his birth.A 1Ve use Uncle Sam as a
l solitary
lQuares. 610 .1 (k. I. 0.1 I: tJ.I ; 00 45 011 ghostlikeacross name for the United States; Mr. S.
1 sQuires .. : Names of many an olden year the sand noble open galleries lined with magnificent huge black fish over thirty-fivz .
;; 'III 00 E: (10 JIi 4*) 3.J) 0:1: C6 OJ stopping every dozen Grant its origin
1t' -:SQU&rrs: : 1OO'' 15 (III :''0 (0 24 I 00 51! (0) WIIO LATE OF CEDAR KEYS. Linger in my listening ear yards to sniff the air suspiciously. white marble monuments and feet in length W:1S'seen in th.i waters Oliphant explains Wilson" tho
of those that I thtrs "Uncle was
now wean :
.-'.r ."fen cents*Une for tic first find flvectnis Office at In the better land are seen. Wearied and sleepy, I lay back against all shut in by great sunny green hills, of the bay near Whatcom, W. T., re of supplies at .
tor each gntwuent Inbertion. j residence cast of Kentucky House the rock which stand around it like sentinels Government inspector -
4Jr time advertisements There shall many pilgrims meet as a sambhur disappeared for cently.Mr. ;Troy in the war of 1812. Those edibles -
the silent and
SwscWraWor sacred
uponSUBSCRIPTION guarding
the third time without campof Ruskin the English have
it the oLce.t There shall many mourners grea. giving me a says of which he approved were labeled
., pplJDItIO J. 0. IIAYNES Lost ones parted long lefore shot; my rifle lay across my knees, the dead. Imagine all this, then ceased: to be English. Some of the for United
U. S.. then a new sign
It.J. Angels of the Heavenly shore. put above tho roses and the blossomsand .
American hard fill
and evil are trying in
J : RATES.sjrear : some spirit prompted me to workman that
. States tho supposed r
.,',. ------- Thfre no sound of word the breech that it lie the fragrant trees, and the yellow their places. ; .
might more
II,' ; ...............::..................11 00 :i:::) E.tJ.V -r X S-r Shall b3 ever, ever heard. open them. Immortelles and the green wreaths and -One thousand of three-dollar these letters were the initials of "Undo

" 0 4 11 months.................................. 50 9 Sounds of joy or love alone easily upon the glorious marble statuary, a blue pairs Sam" and the mistake became a joke, \
I" The moon was sinking,and tho white glasses offered for sale in New
" I ,&subscriptions must be rail variably in In the better land are known. opera and a lasting: one. So "Brother Jona
ISoII- dnnce. No discrimination in favor of any- Office over Joncs! Brick Block. clammy: mist came rolling in huge billows sky and a bright sun, and you have a York City were found to have cost just than" had origin: Washington
! ) Voyager on the tide of time faint idea of Genoa's "Holy Field." a simple
. 1.. Toiling for the better clime, down the mountain side, hidingthe seventeen cents a pair. thought: very highly of the judgment -

! Commnnications upon all matters of local Thither I am speeding fast. trees thirty yards away, and making < :But you can not imagine the monuments -An organization of all thp Mormon of Jonathan Trumbull, tho elder

4.e. nterest solicited from all j artsof the county. B. McCLOY Where the toils of time arc past: the colder and with and the memorial statuary.
i7 night damper poets Utah is in process of formrtion then Governor of Connecticut, and

i7.j SECBET SOCIETIES. .. Calmly, leaving far behind its heavy shroud. Darkness and discomfort You must see them because they aro at Salt Lake City. It it projected "to constantly remarked: "We must con

.j.jIt. : : Earths dark corners let me find have bad effect the so utterly unlike any thing we have in
a on nerves, encourage the poetic talent that cxisti suIt Brother Jonathan." Tho namo
.! Hi &d P&int Loving smile and greeting hand. and I felt, I sat there in mood our cold prosaic land. In long mar- "
I foicJ Lode No. 42, F. and ; in : as no among Zion's people. National:
110 Irad A. M.Jlerularcommunlcl1t1ons ig ign r Joyful the better land. soon became regarded as a
ble galleries, to the air and the
10' thi-d Saturday for great deeds of daring. Tired andillllill'el'cn -The registration in Philadelphia) sobriquet Mr. Southwick. in "Quizr-
111 Saviour!
let the falling tear sun, the monuments at first give the
../ icbwonth, L. W. KIQHL'lTEtt, W. M. Soon forever disappear; t I had lozed off to sleep, generally largely exceeds that of.Ncw ism," gives some curious information -

[J.E.WAISJUGHT Secretary. AND Guide mo, weary and oppressed, when my companion touched my arm cemetery the appearance of an art York, although at the last Presid-ntial about the .term Yankee; of

II:. Safely to the land of rest.1'iltsturgk. lightly and whispered the single word, exhibition. You imagine J"ou have election New York .
230.000 the
I polled votes all know that it
course, we
No. 10
Lodge I. Decorative
!Iy O. O. F. wandered into
Paper Hanger Dispatch. a sculpture gallery by
kya/ (tiger.) I awoke with a start;,and to Philadelphia's 175,000.A word by the
te'III I English as pronounced
Ifeets every Friday night I\t Odd FelloesTmnslcnt mistake; but the wreaths of flowers,
looked in the direction indicated.
aiL brothers) cordially invited totend. STARKE, FLA. Denver man has a collection oi American Indians,. but: we do not all
with broad silk sashes attached the
.II' A. I.. hCOXr. Koble Grand. IN THE JUNGLE. Here he was, coming slowly throughthe over seven hundred pens, now alike. know that "in a curious book on tho

er H. W. EPPKRSOX. Vice Grand. Orders left at D. Newingham'i will be mist' straight toward tho rock.with swinging lamps, and tho memorial tab-
. promptly attendeJ t,). Some are shovel-shaped, others look Round Towers of Ireland the originof
. Seer tar,. 15ox lets undeceive Each monumenthas
'.J.FJ.Et. 41. the affects you.
Lg. A Night's Advonturs With a TI. easy rolling swagger a tiger like a miniature stove-pipe und other the term Yankee Doodle wa tracedto
as it were, an arch of the galleryto
when lie is the I clutch
ou prowl.
', Independent Order of Red MJII. are delicate and diminutive. the Persian phrase Yanki-dooniah,
GEO. BAISDEN gttr in Lower Burrrah rifle and the breech. Great itself and is placed against the
OSCEOI.A TRIBE No. I. FLOIlID4.-Councll my snap The Bank of New York has a check or inhabitants of the new world. Layard 1
110.r back wall. The alle
Heavens! for the first time since I figures are rarely
rekIndIed eai'j Wednesday's. "Ninevah and Its
Sleep at their in his book :
yellowed by fire which was drawn bj on
.. If warn,Starke. Flu. Painter and Paper) Hanger Two owned the weapon it refuses to gorical. A man in his habitas : Remains also mentions Yanghi-d unia
Transient brothers cordially Invited! to at- Englishmen i go up the Sahvecn close he lived stands life-size in Aaron Burr August 14, 1784, and also "

lie' river in lower Iiunnili: in three another check drawn by Tall;yrand and as the Persian name of America.
11, tD The oft.which I have not taken
.)Miu/y Chief of II.cords.ons STARKE, FLA. canoes: with some seven or eight natives tiger, tomb. A little in short frock Gulian Verplanck. It is r early one The song Yankee Doodle, Mr. South-
girl a ,
U. has reached the foot of the
--- --, --- ALL (Karens) to hunt .1 samhhtir my eyes hundred and four years sinc k the }bank wick tells us, is as old as Cromwell'stime
WORK lap seems
rock and attracted deliberately
1)0, Temperance.. by movements it tho himself who
(tiger or naneateiThe: canoes" I was established. I ; was protector
the column that records
:'t Meets every Monday nljrhi'nt Temperance pauses to gaze at the apparition dancing on \ in his hat" when .>-
& "stuck feather
contain -In
two goats;, to be used for her death. Over another beautiful Liberty County, Fla a youth a 1:
U1L. WM. MKACHAM I W. it beholds. With the useless I
1' BUGG & WILLS Oxford the bunch of ribbons
i' JAS. XiLwy Scribe. ,-" bait and a tent, besides arms and rifle in hands I sit it, tomb is a family group,life-size. The and maiden had been engaged: but ing to ;
my facing utterly which held tho feather a macca-
ammunition. After describing hard I their parents objected to tUeir) union.
father He lies his deathbed
is dying. on
,. C. L. S. C. Attorneys at Law struggle with the river, the writer tells unable to move, and the Karen, and the sculptor has rcalizcd-every The other day they happened: to meet roni. We know that maccaroni was a
crouched beside with his head be-
Meets every FrMay evening: nt 7:30; :; o'clock the story of a night in the jungle.By me detail of drapery. The wife kneels by at the grist mill, and as tho miller' i it cant term for a dandy, that feathers t
tween his knees and his hands
lresidence of Mr. E. -troitg..L and by we reach the end of the clasped the county judge the marriage cere* were worn in the hats of rojalists. anti

IIe.: It. .SHAKl*. President. STARKE, FLA.- gorge and a wider part of above it. is trembling in every limb. the bedside, some of her daughters nacfny was performed then and there. that Oxford was a town of the highest "
lit!!. C. W. SMUCU, emerge upon supporting her. The old mother sits "
Secretary.C11UUCH The lithe form is
\\111 gray-looking I do
Ief pmnctlc In all the Courts In tb the during the civil war.
fourth rher, where the current is less -Land in parts of CaliforniaIs importance
! and I.'lfth in her raised to many
Judicial Cireults.ROBER.T an easy-chair,
six feet from me, and with two short eyes
powerful and we can make bettor becoming too valuable for wheat not quite see how round towers, tho
1 iiIit1u'roay.TDARD pro- steps can enter the nook and select Heaven, her lips seeming almost to ,
From a long stretch of sand and tracts Persian language and Old Noll came to
gress. side growing large nrc passinginto
in On the other of
TIME.ItaFitsi either of us at his leisure. The fixed move prayer. .t
, i. KEITH, which now forms the left bank we arc the bed the eldest son stands and orchards and vineyards is expected be so intimately connected, even ...
stare of the up
rI hailed by somo Hurmans who have blazing green eyeballsseems that before tears have though as Mr. Southwick tells, tho ,,
( ILIrJa.IcrviccB supports one of the daughters, many l
to for half
, paralyze me fully a
II at 10:30:; a.m. all 1 af 7; j> m. camped there to cut bamboos on the minute-it seemed an; hour-he stands who has utterly broken down. It is a passed the bulk of the wheat growing; song was first known as Nankcc Doodle.

II, Prayer meeting every \Yeonos-Jay nt 0 Attorney at Law neighboring: hills, and, crossing over to there motionless but at length marvelous piece of work. It is the lands of to-day will be mOl? profitablyused. Americans must not as some of her

W. (;. : ( passes sons have done, imagine that the dol
I'ATTlMtSON. 1-nstor. heir: their tidings, we learn that a largetiger "Last Adieu" realized in marble. It i is -
I: on, still his on me until
Sunday School meets Sunday keeping eyes lar-mark S stands for U S. tho S being
cu-iy murng
(all until -A died Fairview Fla.
tigers at
sire large they are realistic man recently
naturalism and it is art It ii
r at U:10.: M. ,A. CLAIiK, :::upt. STARK, FLA. he disappears round the corner of the written U. For both the dollar
!! has visited the! the of upon
slip ) locality everynight.sSnce.their would at age twenty-seven who
11 F. K.MORGAN', Socrctaty.I'rcubylcrlun rock a few feet and so perfect in detail that you
away.Uelie"Cd and the of it were in use long before
arrival the week be for fourteen according to his sign
of that of
of the appalling stare, I recognize any group mourn-
CliurcIi.Services C. L. PEEK -- fore. It oars so much that they arc : ers if met them in the street. lying statement, had never remained I there were any United States.
breathe and you
more freely straining
. every Sunday nt 10AJ:: a.m.H. 1 afraid.and can not sleep, and hope the myeyes Over another tomb where husband a whole month in one pla c. On his Both Mr. Southwick and Mr. Oliphant
.. in the direction I expect the a
.. U. MA1T1CK.: Pastor. white, trangors will bring their! guns and wife lie buried this old death-bed he stated that hi had killed gave the very prooablo origin indicated r
Sunday Sch ol every utiUay at 2 p.m. Attorney ;and Notary/ tiger will take. with desperate eager together, by the design on tho reverse of the
fltul kill ii'P We listen to their talc of his cousin in a quarrel when a boy,
sit in
J. P. PKA1T: t uPerintctideut.IetbodIat I ness exert all my strength to close the couple two arm chairs holdingeach dollar-the pillars of Hercules
'woen'd then run the canoes ashore. other's hand. On another and had since been a wanderer.A I Spanish
'I JUSTICE( OF Till] PEACE breech of my rifle. I can feel no obstruction man with a scroll round each pillar the
No mistake! :ahontit Numerous
<:ttirth.crvices pugs on lies dead his bed and his peculiar deposit whicjh resembles I
for it is, of course, too darkto on young tho

? every Sablath {ji. 11:1 n.m. aid STARKE, FLA. the sand confirm the bamboo cutters'i&vs see. hut it will not close, and I pauseto wife reverently raises the sheet and clay in pliability, but whic; when cx- scrolls which perhaps Hercules representing strangled while ser
the is landed and the pents
:30p.m. so
for tho last time his face.Over posed to the air becomes as hard as
..,. Sunday School every :'tln'lu.r at 9 tents pitclic-1 in the shade of the jun see once more that mesmeric gaze gazes upon granite, has been discovered nt the yet ho was a child in his cradle. Thereis
another tomb is the statue
.':.1.1rb. 1. CIIAS. AH'iUltU: !.'uptprayer fixed upon me.Dis.iatisfied also another theory that the dollarm
L. E. RHODES gle.We man who lies ATI thin. On the steps of base of Bear mountain njpar Taylor-
meeting c\ery 'lueFd.iv ani 'J htJr : with his first scrutiny because
ark is form of the figure 8.
have landed belt of forest a .
!) 17:30 p.m. J. MIAUP.. 1 atur.hrl.ttan on :i the tiger has passed around the rockanl the tomb stands his wife, and she holds ville, N. C. Blocks of it have been of .
old times the dollar was a piece eight
; the
which is
during monsoon an and used for all tjie "
their little in her and lifts dug out purposesof
returned to it. It is sicken- girl arms dotlar"
(' Church. at LawLAKE island, for behind it there is another repeat reals. Tho expression "almighty -
Attorney with anrl it is
Acts lla2CJS "b-ter 4:16. broad, curving sweep of sand, sj.uddcd ing. Helpless and dazed, I sit there, her up as though to kiss the dead papa. stone build houses success, pro- was first used used by Washing.ton .
The door of another vault is posed to with-it-
Services each Lord's day at 10:3) a.m. and with! rocks and pools: and strewn' with blankly returning the steady stare thatso represented Irving in J his ,sketch of a "Creole
achLnrdsdayat6Xjput:; perfectly unnerves me. This interview ns half open. The husband lies -So intense is the personal feeling United V
BUTLER, FLA. Village, 1837.- ,Presbyterian
teak logs. Here and there forestis
rraycrmcciin tacii Wednesday at 6:3)p m. tho lasts longer than the first. I can dead inside. The wife knocks at the which Gladstone inspires and which .

G. P. YDTNO.. I'n-tor. divided by narrow creeks which not close my eyes even if I would. The door and listens for her dear OIlC'Svoice has greatly increased in Jthe last five THE EDITOR EXPIRES. .11
mark the course of the river-when in
A. L. SCOTT M.D. her in. that excursion "partita are
down face, to call years, -
prespiration streams
OFFICIAL" : Dllt (YrOH.Y. flood. Beyond the strp: of sand are my A Feminine Apology Which Caused th 0 I I'H
but in
.., and I feel the cold drops trickling There are hundreds and hundreds of formed not only in England, _
Good Man.
--- -- -- -- LATE FROM MICHIGAN.TEllMS lofty hills whose bamboo-covered Death of a
these beautiful in the Scotland, to visit Hawaulen for the
down back. How I curse the brute groups Campo
('ity omcrril.flforL afford concealment to my "I have called began the lady.

) VTiUovskl. ( r im n.nQ slopes, for samnbltnituacks plentiful and for his calm, dispassionate: gaze! HowI Santo. What makes them the more sole purpose of !sending up volleys of "Ah, ," said the editor, with a .
R d game : cross yes
n = p extraordinary to the English traveleris cheers from the lawn nri und the simple .
Aldermen-J. C KJchard.: J. )r.Truby, Tate I Iowell. urg rccross the sand in direction, the curse my own folly in not selecting a deep sigh, "in regard to that MS. story

G. P. Young,S.T. tJardincr. .,. of every tree to shoot from! For now, though I that the living and the dead are all but stately country hO lsc.. of which I returned with thanks .

Clerk-R. Jones. REA O .\llLE. edge one rarticuhupool showing it am shaking all over, a faint defiant habited in modern everyday costume, -A county official at Akron Ohio, yours .
to be a favorite: : resort of the doer for lastwcek? "
I'reuurcrH. ,
Morgan. .J; has beaten tho record for bscnt-mlnd-
and detail is spared to make tho
is and thank no
feeling creeping over me "
Office at Gaskins' Drug Store. ,
)Ial'8bal-P.! D. Wall. their nightly d\' nk. "Yes. ; V
..' God! the turns and single figures triumphs of edness. lIe went with an attorney to
tiger once more groups "
AsseEsor-T.. Sweat. The place' was beyond all doubt the away "Iknow, interrupted?the editor. ;'
I and this time quietly takes! the path to- realism. One remarkable piece of a restaurant for dinner, a nd, finishing ,

County Officer TATE :POWELL :M.I, regular beat of a tiger, probably the wart! the opposite jungles disappearing sculpture I have omitted to mention.It his meal hastily, retnrned-A to his work. nervously "but you: see we are soovercrowlcd
with matter at
one of which Easton had! heard the stories present
County Judgc-J. It. Wc'iard.' in the fog-wrapped night. Gone! is over the tomb of a beautiful The lawyer ate most leJsureiy, and '*

I Clerk of Circuit Court-H. F. York. Affer ao experience Ills of twenty, has years in the that had lead to our expedition. and I lie back and give way to a fit of Italian lady who died a short time ago. when be was about to ietuni to the thatBut ,
practice of profession no hesitancy 1hExactly.
old and
Sheriff- W. Pugs recent formed : definite -
B Tax Epperson: in iTonlng1 the latest und most scientific many "cold shivers," such as I have never Her bed is represented with a perfection court IIQUSG he discoverel!that his rubbers Your had: much to I
Assesjor-N. C. \Wainwright.T : well-trodden paths, one of whichran story
, to tho-e, asking histervioes. half I of detail. The lace the were missing. Later ho_called on
Colle treatment felt before, and for an hour see on pillowis in-
a <'tor-M. )1. Hale.: within a few yards of the bainloocutler5' recommend it. I read it with great
. Superintendent of Schools-K. T. Dowlln Calls 10 tho country promptly. attended. -. nothing but eyes round fierco, glaring perfect. The lady is dead, but the the county officer, who acknowledgedthat -
, Diseases females and children a specialty.\ hut, though concealed by jun terest, I assure you- .
he had discovered the
County Survejor-Jolin P. Pratt, C E. green eyes, wherever I turn my own. angel has come to fetch her. The angel reaching _" .
Oltice rot City Druj Store or at his restdance1 lIe : "I ,
gle. was not far on'now
I Count7Ccmmjssone..J.! Wittor.;hi, GW3y certainly: very No takes the dead lady's hand and tho office that he had two pairs) of :rubberson.
daybreak surely was ever so long !
1 East Starke. I .
: "With i interest, really but (
tte. M. U. Etase)', S. Andrews and and we congratulated ourselvesou great ;
t V.Smitl.. our lu,1ill: finding him. delayed as that we now anxiously waited lady gets out of bed to go; with the to that it did not exactly
regret say
j_ for,but it comes at length and angel to Heaven. This is the moment -A new industry. Aub rndale,
I .. .There is much to the disposal cramped onr requirements. You might
difficulty as meet
Slate Offlcrrr.Governor F. J. HELD Fla. .
is Two residents
and shivering I hastened to examinethe depicted by the sculptor. The lady gopher farming: ; "

I I -E. A. PerrT tJ'cns\'oa.] of the goats to-night with rifle. A small but thick fleshy sits on the edge of the bed and the arc equal partners in a large send it to-"
Lleut.-Go\"crnor-l\I.lI.\hlbry.: : I-ef-sbiir "Stripes" i in the i immediate neighborhood "If I'jo 0#

Secretary of State-John! L. Crawford ritk: M I n'fViork: & 11Itp: : and our decision to tether them- leaf had found its way into the "grip"action angel points upwards in the direction farm, embracing over. one thousand I don't think it would suit us! ,
will into tho
wfordville.! and, crushed though it was, they are to travel together. acres. They go -
the "lean-to" is if rewrote it, as were
near productive( of a own: you you
Attornl'y-Gen'ral-C. P. Cooper. St. Augus- the springy fibers refused to allow the All this is very beautiful, but its intense of gophers on a large scale, :&t once, "

- oe. STARRE, FLA. .. good deal. of grumbling. Tie up goats clo<;<,-fitting mechanism to work. The realism may jar on some. It did having ordered a number of oops to about to suggest" for-
Treanurcr-E. .. c'.osc: lCSilC; naked boatmen! ut--
F. Crlll. Palatka. poor :Karen who is watching me murmursin on me after a time. I felt that something feed the young ones in.. ,They will try
Commissioner! of l.anda-G. I.. Mitchell Itead ILL won GirAKAISTUHD. Box 41. Why, they will cry all night, and when "No, I assure you there was no par- ,
the week with carload
market next
iComDUoller Burmese, "witchcraft, and after of the sublimity of death was a I
.. .- theslightest"
in the matter-not
the it will
tiger comes certainly take a : sonal feeling
Gellt'rt1D.. IJjirncs. the night I have just passed throughI taken away in the process, and I shipment to Washington. It is said
instead not doubt of it! Near
Adjutai.t-Gencial- I ony,Cedar Keys.! COMEIl L. PEEK, man ; a am more than half inclined to agree turned with a little sigh: of relief to the most fastidious epicure :can not ''
Superintendent of PuMJo: In'truetion-Al-: tho tent, now. would be a much s.vfcrplace. : Florid "I have-
with him. some of the humbler graves which tell the flesh of a gopher from
t art ltUs8CU. J l1'k on-itc.: However, wo persuade them "My dear lady. :I am aware that yon
We dragged ourselves back to dotted the garden of fragrant the famous Maryland ter/anin,
at Law and camp sunny
\ Notary mother
Attorney of aged
that there is no danger (for there really are the sole support aji
I'nllrd! Slatrf OfflcrrK.Kejleter and at once organized party to follow roses that lay so bright and beautiful Thomas A. Edison Ras sent Prof.. feminine .
is none). and 1 finally after lighting and an invalid sister-all olr!
-S. (I Tucker.:Gainesville. up the pugs, but our chase was useless. under the blue Italian sky.-Gcnoa Cor. James Ricallon of Maplcwccxl, N. J., "
STARKC BRADFORD CO., FLA. large fires at four different points contributors are-but still-
It'COlvcr-z.! T. Crawford. Gainesville. We neither saw nor heard anything of London Referee. on a long hunt for a species of "
round the the .
lean-to "Mr."Yes
Survoyor-Gencral-W.: II. Hloxham TalJatiSt'l' Abstract of Title and Heal TsUte Law aspecialty. occupants con that tiger: again during our stay.Curiously .4. vegetable growth whic will enable I -
.Ji. sent to picket the goats to stakes: near of course, your friends all say .
; weeks him to make in
enough. only two Modern Definitions.An great improvements;
Ind.0mce, Talla4ssoc-C.) L. Mitchell, it. that story is equal to any thing
Abstracts furnished fhowing every reed, your
information electrical Mr. Xdison: is
afterward i was brought to appliances. :
Comm'sshmcr... .! :Mortjrnjrc.: ; Lien. Tax Sao.! Jir'jrinent Attachment Easton!' and I, postal in our maclla1l1, : Innovation Hotel Serenade.The that ever appeared in our columns
SGMAIOKS.Hon. Easton that a Karen who had: selected sure that the vegetable hr.$ an ex
and nil ni tttcrs of pibic; record and patiently watched our goats until day, and I_"
Samuel Pnsco, )tont C'rJlo. file atrectingTztcs of Heal:-tnlo in Bradford that identical rock to shoot sambhur Social Whil'led-A Hop.A istence because he has it iu his pos- "

lion. Ikinson Call: Jacksonville.! county. Florida, up to date of abstract.IIKIDO.CAHTERS undisturbed by the tiger. We have all from had been pounced upon and carried Fowl Tip-A Rooster's Comb. session; but as to where it grows and "But, sir-
read the thrilling accounts of success- "You'might send us something at
rEPREflEN-tATIVC! The Last in Shoes TheWearer's
$ ) off by a tiger as he left his hiding Thing how to secure it in quantity is the
ful shooting published in the sporting some future time-say in about,a year
First Distrct-Hon.: It. H. M. DavidSOn. plsce just before daylight. Screamswere Heel. problem which Prof. .Ricaiton will ; "
Jolncy. FOB : from time to time but no one and a half, or two Then we-
J papers ; Cold Daze A : Stare.A years.
Frigid of the
Second heard by his brother who occupied try to solve in a two years' tour
District! -lion. Charles Dougherty obtrudes a record of his monotonous "Will listen to me-a moment
'ort Orange.PATENTS.. :FXB.E :::csrSU OE, a safe position near, and on goingto Still Hunt-An Internal Revenue globe. He will go to India first.. you
wakeful sir?
nights, fruitlessly
and London spent among the spot at sunrise, he found the Raid.A when ho takes his .
Bcpresentinjr the Liverpool gun Every man up ma'am." ..
the of the
gloomy surroundings jungle "Bog pardon.
and Globe Company. and bag belonging to his hapless relative Full Hand-A Drunken Employe. cards at a game of whist holds one out
waiting for the tiger that docs not A hard Lot-A Marble Quarry.A "I only called to say that, having reread -
on the sand. Tiger pugs and a of 635,013,559,600 possible,! bAnds. As
tho story I sent you, I am con-
few blood malts told the silent tale Dark Secret A Colored Woman's :variations
L. C. HULL, Disappointed: (perhaps unreasonably for the total number of pos- vinced that it is destitute of merit, and

i, and not a vestige of the unfortunate sible among all the players, it is sc
) at the tiger's failure: to give us a Age.Your Rumble ServantThunder.Out :I wish to apologize for having ever sentit
man's body. or even of his clothing enormous as almost to 'exceed belief. "

Contractor and Builder meeting on the night we were prepared was evW found by the friends who of Tune-The Average: Tenor. It has been calculated tuat if a millionof to you.

FIUELIN II. HOUGH for him, we next day decided to let Gait Horse-Race The editor rose to bis feet, uttered a
made search for his remains.Et"ton's Receipts- Winnings.A to be dealing
men were engaged
STARKE FLA. him take his (chance and arranged to Clothes Fl'iend-Tbe Tailor. low, blood-curdling laugh, and hastily
informant addedwith
grave cards at the rate of one -teal each
the the took his departure from a world which
spend approaching night on
"The white face of Lo Lands- Indian Reservations.
for 100,000,000of
simplicity: your and
SOLICITOR OF Thins and epeclflcatkms! furnished on short lookout for the sambhur Avhich had VIII.'s. minute day night, had become too good for him.-F. A. .
A Bridal
work solicited and friend was new to the tiger; on that Reign-Henry years, they would not then have exhausted *
notice. Carpenter tho Stearns in .
tempted our guns on previous one.I A 'Silence Conversation Tid-Bits.
attended to. account he escaped. Speaking all the variations of
promptly possible -. .
Amlritf.D &hn Hand-made brick for sale either at the kilo selected for* my ambush a nook on a My story is told. I have: met tigers I between Deaf-Mutes. the cards, but only one-hundred thou Grammar His Strong Point. '

in foulgn or delivered at the depot. low slopin rock, overlooking large in various circumstances since, but, of A Cheap Garment-A Coat of White- sandth part of them. .

pool round which there wen numerous wash. Justice of the peace-Had you ever '"
none have: I so vivid a recollection as
-An old Lake sea captain
fresh tracks of deer. This nook I had Superior
who3 vi it I have Much Adieu About Nothing-A Woman's saw this man before? -
the attemptedto .
925 F street l, Near U. S. Patent Office; roofed in roughly with kline grass to Farewell. says that nothing is ev/.r done when a Witness-Yea. .'-
WHITE LURN describe in this papcr.-MacrnUlau's overboard thit of ".
falls body
keep off the heavy dews and to assist Magazine. A Shady Set-A Group of Trees.W. .- man 01 : is that "Had ho came before you had went?'*

ASIIINGTON water. The reason hejalleges, "
r> c. in concealing me. "No. ., .
H. Siviter in Puck.
cold that
the water of the lake is so a
It was a lovely moonlight night, 'Is them your eggs what you say was
clear and cold when I took up my -A widow living in the suburbs of 4 man can not live in it during the time stole?" ..

Eggs for Hatching station shortly after dark, accompanied Montgomery, Ala., found her youngson .-Coal dealer-"I say, Premium, 'It takes to stop a rapidl moi ing vessel "Yes.

Offlce All business attended before to for tLo moderate United fees.States:) Patents Patent by a young Karen, to whom 1 playing cards with William Gates this coal strike makes my losses ter- and lower a boat." In twenty years he "Would you have recognized them if. ..

in violation rifleI.. want to insure yard against never knew but one plan who fell
of saloon-keeper, expressed my
Procured In the United Stases and all foreignCountries. intrusted the responsibility keeping a you had seen them before they werobrung .

THADBMAUKS AND LABELS refls"fed. ORE DOLLAR FOR 13 me awake. Hour after hour ve sat of her own orders to tho latter. Mrs. fire. What's the cost of a policy forte overboard who escaped Heath. Others here?"

Rejected application: revived and there, three feet above the level of the French thereupon covered Sates witha thousand Insurance agent were apparently: fcilledj; by the shock ..y es;' I would have knowed' them." .

Prosecuted. Information! and advice as toCbtaining J sand to which the rock shelved gently pistol! held i in her left hand. and with "What coal is it? Same kind you sent produced by falling juto juch cold "Speak 'gr mmatic, young man i itain't .: .

charge.Patents cheerfully furnished withOut White Leghorns (Knap'a Strain) an. ,the down the starting bark of a di'tmtdtcl' her right administered: a cowhiding me last time?" Dealer-"Yes, sir." water. It is said, too. that the lake to 'have knowed'yonshquM ; : ."
most profitable variety for Florida. Eggs I won't in "Oh I wouldn't insure it if I gives its dcjid, and sailors proper say
and delivered! at :Express the musical ringing call of the that lie forget many a day. Agent- never up "have kccw.'ITfinquirir Ci7lcilir.ati .

Sena.a to Skee pateniftblllijr.of ) or model. for free opinion carefully Offlco at above packed price. Address tell bird, and tho screaming of insects lIt wn a nebrand of prohibition, put vere you. It won't burn! you, 1uo.v., ,'ILi.c aver that no corpse jvaa ever'oatIun J: say, ..., .1.. .'

O. C. KKOr in the foliage around were the only I mould prove. effective. the. t lake, ;: '

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\Va., April 17, 1S83.EDITOII features- of iu! country which are Somedody*-.t has made ;i study of the THE. 1JLOOD IS THE LIFE OF TIlE FJJ.OU HEN'S V.

J3QAO1QBI COUNTY( TELEGB/PH. TELEGRAPH: innumerable'.' We aie the only on'es here different pig calls in different sections of I TILE huMAN ,

Having just returned from a somc\yh"t Hut speak English, to-day. It was exIremciy the country, and says that in Pennsylvan ia DONGOLA KID ,- LVon'RIRN Fine Calf AIligatoj_ .. :.
qteIdet j..urney hroiiii! the SutI It.Sand "amusing' see the hilf-naked the farmer calls "Pig. pig, pig. pig-Zee:" As well as the animal so also is the hop the t
rUCLlsHElyKEKfJ AT- tyini ucotnpa.n1d the Gen.eral Pas- children crawling aiound the hotel to hear in North Carolina he ghouts "pig-eye, pig- life of the tree, as jrell as the ve table. -sickly SHOES $2.50. : Ir-ind SevreJKes
"etger and Ticket .Xgents/if IheUuited Ui convert while at supper, a zeal! J shall eye dw'clligu on the '.tye;** the H *3ier I tree will produce immature fruit. A delicat*plant .jlgro

States" (to the nut.Jer1f/ nearly 800)) on never fqrgct for jts'sumpiuosnt and the whoops" wliou-cc." an.J the lios; answers wfll prwiuce Immature vfgeiaUes. No mag dare Ladicswiioitveken B1T[ SHOE V

C. WEBB.djtor their recent ercur ? ii'vir that portion 'oftht strange manner in which it'w'as 'crveYl.The gladly; the Buckeye Blue Grass pork find fajjil with nature, she always does her part AND STORE made to order $5.00.V
J. ; State of ofida iraverted by railway nit i ires ale us ignorant *s the government raiser shouts "Poo }hee, poo bee," while well;;jbiit roan must help her if he would'reap a wearing $4 and :

and Proprietor. Itnl*. I iuvve. at the suggestion of my falh- and church (.(Catholic) would like the Dakota man brings his Logs with a harve* If you want a plentiful and well matured Shoes, and desiring Also Complete* Line of men

J- yr Col. W. H. Ilcafford. of Kingsley.Clay to keep them, though they are struggling whistle! barret of golden fruit and large well m tur- ,

KitLtCIlIPTfOfil.OQ A TKAB. County. Fla.). nrted my imprcRslons of haidto throw silT the yoke uf oppression. ed veefej bles use"THE BEST FIBTILIZER" and Economy. Style aid! STARKE, ; .
\ ** such portions yourpreai.Jtyate Jh.thiaye They support themselves by cigar making Mrs. Alexander Mitchell, the tfrilHon- it will gjv you all satisfaction and leave your Comfort. t-liouM! try II : Moses. O53 anti

come under my personal "inspection. and agriculture. They are very improvident aire's wife, li making hem elegant villa Groves in f, good healthy condition for winer pair of this Celebrated '
:Entered A.UJI ding to Act cf Co>,grc* in Ten years ago I visited Jactsipyille speoduur. eyery cent they matte for across the river into a miniature palace. I what more cojijd you desire. All orders will receive '

Vie Pyt Office, &arLt, Fla., at Second and |lucia thought I had found the perfect the table..which at every meal ki? plenty Rich bric-ft-hrace and rare curios adoin prompt aftentloo. Address all orders to line of Shot- LadiV- \ th'Wren' -'
haven of for ail Northern uf wine uf Ue finest At furnished French Kil 11f-l. FLORIDA.
Ls Matter. rest people. qualUy. every the inferior, and it is being on D. W. Baioa.& Manufacturer.
Now. Jacksonville is'a pleasant way station corner.ooe eesl>egg.U8; they are so inured a scgle'of magniticence that has to l IK seen 1 Lakeview, War Co.Florida. 4.C"

lu other delightful portions of FlorMu. to it tlnit tfcjsre is one begging to-day that Uj be appreciated \Vhy, "said an Parties can be furnished with any qu4nu.y $ I itmeiu

Mr. ;anly Fletcher, lair managing has three fair houses.ymch like all of enthusiast -ho had peen there, "Hublwra they defljre. D. W. BaiOBAM.LAKE -_ _
pditorufliM Jack tiiville News Herald Through the courtesy of the flnilway them are buifi" of the Jialiye'Iime stone of & Co.. are putting in bath tubs that actual r'T.LUItI : : -

i i Companies nf Florida (nnd liy the way. the island. nud all of tile sme style vii.. ly cost $20 piece.Think of that !" ex
died jit New York his Thursday of con mjxl of them are'in excellent condition) one story high and without a single pane VIEW ']'iT24w

stZInpL Ipn. the railway men from the North were afforded of'glas-*. Aj in Havana, iron bar? are ,
opportunities for visiting different USCG instead,' which! reach from t tLi ground

By order of the executive committee? the portions of the 8tnie. snot rent'good will, to the ceilin';. *3 feet iu height/ giving, CLAY CO., 'LA.,

Democratic convent Jo nnroiniUe a Con undoubtedly, result tmm their observations. with massive d<$rs of the same height, the I
It was their unanimous opinion appearance of aj many pnscn cells. The OTA Palace Dr) fiords Sior
from the Flint
District will -'
KTcftMnati mein difference :
that for a new country (comparatively between the houses of the rich

Barlow August 16th.A. speakiag) Florida had alnttdy secured a and the poor is iathe interior, those of the
good start and nothing could now prevent former being very elegantly furnished loafFoni C BECK JRij

part/ of P.iil Iclpiii* cspitalUU have its becoming one of the brilliant star* couiforl, all the extenprs' being the ROYALI :FxA11Li1

purchased n large IN dy it land on the in the galaxy <.f the Union. However, it same. This forenoon I visited a celeb- V

Transit will stand a little more advertising.- rated cave in which n laige river who 4.4o1iI.
Railroad, at Maxril'e about six & COMPANY
The true way to advertise a new country source is 200 miles distant is lost and it ,

miles Jnmi Rnldwii:. and will iiiitnediiti-ly i Ia to induce people to ViSit it and per- is not known where it reappears. Jtfumerms muWJjVItC

Put up |wo Urgf saw mills kud btN-p the s..nally investigate its re oiir es and cap reconnoisances have been mad con- ;r REAL ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS.

town of MnxviHc.Tlie abilities. If it is a eood country I if it rriing it; dates as early a
L -- shows a CHpacily for development, these on the ston.c ja Jbe cayc which arc covered *.i AGENTS FOR ( () L1C4 ZSiIIJJncxy

American Weekly people wfll come again and build their by mo-B aud'presumably made by ,
a new ZIngitzinepublis'ied
homes or invest their capital. visitors ai tha time. Florida Southefn R. R. Lands.

at Chicago bythe American puK The General Passenger Agents went into Everybody is so foreign that it is difficult *

1 mhing Company is on our di-sk. Ml is a exstacies ov< r your 'climate your orange to realize tint you are so near the We have lands of every discription.If GENTS AND BOYS' HATS, BQOTS AND SHOES AND V

well edited journcj and just the idea of groves flowers, fruits and vegetables United States. I would advice you. you want to buy, rent, lease or FINE CLOTHING.
the modern American ( subscription price saw opportunities for thernql yes and their makea' trip to !ihi, beautiful island. The ; sell, it will pay you to call on or __ -_
$ .Qperyeiir. streets are iibout 2feet wide 2 feet ot -
friends; they learned,greatly Jo'their as- write to iis .
\ m i pirljons'o'f Florida which on either side i 19 used for sidewalks fIe I TO VALtABLE PAPEBS ALU FIREI FIRE!

Womnn't Magazine, a journal devoted tgnishmeut.-lhaVio"the eumme'rs. a piost as ighful{ | i iT not wide'enough for walking iu Dingle file. Dec. 23. tf I I P K I TOUR SILYIKWAKi:AND JONEY AGAINST BU RGLAR8.

exclusively to art. literature biography more HO. than the wink-K and they will The roads are very little improved, -

make known to the people of their own the citizens being too indoleut and : THE ViCTOR
borne. science aod woman's work, is laid S. J. TEMPLE. : SAFEC
slates, jp pprpopal (?ueTLtiJII. by letter the municipalities, which are under military
|M fore us this week. This is n mngnzinethMt and by advertisements'w'fmlca'n <; found smveulance, as a rule sire perfectly POWDER

t-otild( not help hut please the ladies.It jlntj done in FJ/jrjcjjt. Ai'd' unlesf Kome- indiflererit. Kvt'rytiling goes to how the TEMPLE'S MILLS I> rrg n*"'!for the Fanner,Jjvtry?r. Doctor,Postmaster,

is published by Frank EHouh & Co. ihmgunfor'f'sieen'nccurs. next whiter, ami execrable inienlidti of the"go'eri.nleDt to Ill I ? BJosfijant, Totrnnhip and Connty Officer, the Home,

iiattleboro. Vermont at $1 00 the next, A'lll sec the tide
iIMOe a year.lm und pipilil flow'grand!) towards Fior(1a.I nice gecururinerchiindibu stores owned by j .\i.; ;1 ocr in tbT VZCTOft SAfS first-elas* Fire-Proof,
Spaniards; lime Cub-ins either cigar A uit 2 ? : ThwIa4'rocf, ComblunSion nctf fafff. hand om
iletCe are
RailwaV mjen are greaj, woi kers This powder nver varies. uiarv Ij'
Men and Wvrntn foi and
April Mny
: and are capable judges ol what constitutes makers ur tobacco growers'. of purity, irpnjrti! and wholpsomen*" MANUFACTUREBOF '' ''i' TiiEsiuBCvJ ** *'- Il'rid corner*,hand decorated ; bprniahcd portions

are at hand and u usual ire well filled i "good thing." During the pi st two or April -7-To* iltiy the St. Caudclario is More e 'f o>nicij than the ordinary [: it' f :J cusi'latfd.. Ini ron ricilr fitted -with sub-tnywcrics, bock

TMth interesting matter for the little OIH-K three years;} the great glate'of California to be celebrated; the hotels and restaurants kinds, and cannot Iw Hold in competition Ijg Wat 'ti tpaccasJ r- uTTi 'J .

The HluFtrAlionR! alone jire well worth tin hits had Ziti'immense "IXMUTJ and 'millions are making pieparations! for holidHyniHiteis with the multitude of low test, shon AND rjr.AI.EK INSiwcrl fro.-1? :szs r2i "' !. ''. S--zf&-?:_,22:5x: -1---. *-5"312We4rr:! i.jL3..K2.iif.r'j
"uruf expect (Ill Jhi to weight alum m,r ph powders. >.-K :4iV .. .
of dollars jin 'j; 1/fcn invested in propnv morning h-:3.: C5ia<;8iu'CslO); CIO 4000w
(entire price of the magazine and the. children Sold only in cuts Royal U iking Towdor nrul Dressed Yellow! Pine ,
1'iive cock IiI
figliliugdjvstlings with the : "
in tliJt"din-rtion. Veiv few will dispute \ .' V-ffVi' '.' 31 2x2', L.:14xt'i: ; 23 C3.I3
cannot IHp but pleased* PublMie- the fact IhHfilhiis l(een wiV'lyinve&tef Canary Islandeis. and puier iiort8 which <'o.17., 'I0 80.5 Vii-t.. N' Y.J Lumber of every Descriptlatj and :c--a ***r" FJT't4 T!*1! Yi TO73 SAr51-s! : nr-'nT'.frcvj'eJ Tind.r Btronj patent,

by I). Lolhrup & Co., BysfoJJass. } X'11': tins was muted by the rail. afford, gambling wjfl( be in order to-day, April ; Oualitv. ; lO-i *-;;jzjrr;: '_r: 7 "> :. 2..1 4; 7. 1E": 0 ", 1V5. : zr-r. ii.57. EI-TT rlJWTTrli'.iAC -
being a church festival. IJatids of ... 1 ; f..t ; ) CIc43,
ways 1endng to'the PHCific'C o.ast. mendicants 4j jV..i 1i aa : ; $ 1.11 2 t : dzI..n :
jt 1.40 per. 3'car. If the''railway cOtnpii ji'a of the South and others are tilling the air with ASTERS SALE. Laths, Pickets, Railings, IJrackcta v., E.t :,i-c_. : LL V Fte.. ..r J' '.. .r:C .. .. :, .4 Xrther
Dallas -- ;. IMS- entered into will l lend their aid in mHking rLasoulihly! hideou UJIIMJS tuey call niuaic. that luLls a UNDER AND BY VIBTVB OF A DEcneie or THE cincuitCrt amid Finishing Ltimber constant on !1erth-.. 'A $ Z, CG; lPAir/, CHICAGO, ILL
county. TVxaa. for the County Broaford. o-
reseiiiblliiice rt fate .
strong lo the Atrlc.ui iueli hand. V
i cheap fates to encoumge immigration to made the 6th day o .;: V ..'. ,, VI
An ngrceim-nt to furnish the JStaeimmigrafon Florida in Chanc iy 01 i ---, V V 7rv-M;; ; ? !
Florid I their Northern railway I bielhren dies. Iu 'maiiy rtfcpecU they aie as bar- April I**, in a certain cause therein pendiup %3fSpecial attention given ti> Fill I j.u' e L.*. I I I O t"V I 3 V." .iO'.. ;' i"*" -:/ v .jo u,.<.i ; s.iii( -.icr lor 'Klttor4
} bureau with one thousand dollar will meet I them more than half way aiul bnrous as the Zulus and coiifidcmbly wherein Robert M. Smith wa complaint-ant and Orders with f4-.. ., I 'ozs, c:t.,: ( ViLC1_ :tC.', LoIt :;.. i..
month for >be pcxt 3\ar. Thin is tin- fend them enough people! und capital more cruel-I bhoukl hay treacherous; E.. E. Smith was defendant.: 4'h I will hell on 188S the 1st ing Dispatch. 1 '* "
right sort of enterprise. Florida is a quarter your State among the foremost nf they think nothing of clicking a dirk iniou at m>t>n, for cat-h to the aighe t bidder the follow Scroll Work :L7.:
'agricultural communities. luatiV Lack ou Lime sli.'rilc| l piovocalinn! ing le sonbed propertj", to *it: All those lot-

pf a century bcbjpcj) in this patter, ns her Send 'your agents-men, newspapers The train hitS arrived and u very motley and ))areS! of land situated in Bradford 22 Ea'-t county and 1'r- -: 3 4-L:: : .. ADAPTED
H, South Range
legislature has refused to provide even n and pamphlets-among i
meager Live thitind dollars per year for an enthusiastic feeling and. I urn sure cruwding in. B.imlit.s, giml.U-is, Leggaib.tnin.ers the X K X of ihe S VT V and the X W X nt the r- : '' W1Ta?
our Northern blood is not so rydd thal'wr. nnd! a kw \\il-iiie'sed; Individui.s Enf e11andthe west K of the N W V Se Vegetable/ and OrangeCRATES T-E-- :
rnrnlgraitionpurpose. of theN K X aadthe X 3 of
will not respond nobly to cull ; ot good iippeariiticu comprise the ( ttV V V I ? 4Cf jj.j! :* i. V *r CTCAUST:
ymir tho S E X o t m X E X ofection 24, coHtaminj.
Your Sub-Tropical E.\poaUii at Jacksonville Di'tch, by t his I mi ii. This evening's tiaiii 'JM acres more or Irss; or ..o much thereof as r: .* 3it!;: -- i.V i.I
Mi. Bltine will 17thof ;
anil forborne the I : *-
ou I-. ; _*
|aiS shosn many thousands of is expcclcii to bring n gi cotter crowd. The nmy b* OeCV54LFV t> rfalize the amount due tribe j ii.u''j **! 3-/->"f- 'i- } i
June. The Republican National O'oneution Xorthcm visitors what F'oridn' cnn feast will I List ihrt-c tlays. 1 hhall reinaiu Oomplaintaiit 'or principal ajd iuterubt and L.-,:: ii. .'.. .:s.3ft ;j ..OYCT
produce cost and esi e ses of ai.l suit ..
\ convenes in Chicago June IBtli.Vilh nnd if your state .intlioritiei! rail- to bee it thiougii. I am oil lo fee four COM lit I. PEEK A SPECIALTY. _V __ ,.: V; b at4't.t ; x rt- -

Mr. BlaintV"! the ocean and out of %wa\p companies and land nud tobacco giants uho have just arrived (Canary lii- Special Master. 1 II I y'i.- : I '.
syndicates will flood our with a iindiT), wiestto with the amateurs ot I this I fli .: :- V.i: f **1' *"'MCAL! ,
reach of telegraph, he cannot have time fair class of agents and reliable printed place. AdmioSioa one dollar iu their lu- Notice of Insolvency. ALSO FOR SALE ; '

to decline the nomination until some days mntUr for the next twelve or eighteen per, which umouuSs lo 40 cents iu our YJ. SHIPMAX ADMIXISTR\TOIt OF THE I ri i .-', /t\\ tsy TO UA'iIDLE,

after the Convention has completed its months the good results that will follow money.They are stripped anil are putting I tats o' William Unves late of Bradford rrcrT:
countv. in th Sut* of Floridn. deceaspl having ,
horrible Mr. is still will surprise the most sanguine. Your on pants that hardly reach the knees. off the
work, Blame iupalitics. file.1 in thi-i! Cou. a written suggestion .. ..
people who now own good land will see it The grip is take-J by twisting the leg ol insolvency of ha..I e-tai notice is h"reby given ,' t -', \ ,4 _Vl __ LL.c..a -
.-T-U. double in value within three years; the pun tittles ai oiind the hand. Altei to all pefsoni having claims against saiil state c.t. ;. ___ __ V '-
your -
the sameviti! me. hilly authenticated according --
to V
ten minutes' h.ird t.etvecu the -
villages towns and cities will struggle V
is quidrupeiu to UH. on or Ijt-iore the :M day <>f July,
The fttwiinah Kew there
S says yellow population and wealth; all men ar.tile combatt.uits the giant was downed" by umeie A. 1).. ISM JK- KICHAKD.Starke .
feycr in Florida, and at Bartow and othtr interests will be advanced as u nuilter ofcour l>oy froin a Turin near by. 'Hie noi .e blA..Jan 2. 2q84. County Judjre.NQTJQE. A-K "? ii c r \ JCLEc :
'mm &
places. The citizens of Barlow arc going substantial; biick business blocks! is deafening and my culliu iasu. ,\'iiil|[ I ACRES OF LANE cv.j I mi
tint jilluw me t to relr.nn from rhou'iiug.Theie .
will replace somewhat primitive ..: ci.:. .i
your Unpainted -
jo sue the AinM for libel. We have reason was; the wildest c/icilcuieut I 137 &. *>33 VV'AQASH AVEMUE! ,
frame buildings; mixed fanning, among
lo believe there i is no yellow fever in Flor-i will more generally prevail (there is no tluse wiio! lictlvd : they arc how paying In Circuit (Court 4ih Judicial Suitable for Orango Groves, in Lots ;: r.u, r'ia.

ida at nil and there has been none outsidd use in putting all one's eggs into one Imtket their lil lVAal I wits MStoniLjd;; to find of 10 acres ansi "u as be wanted

of Plant! City mncu last fall. Is long as ), and in five years from now the native was the confidence they j uyj; pa each oliwhaLileytiW. iCircuit of! Florid *, liradfori) may i- ---i

Floridirn will rub his eyes and wonder if cr'lo'pay 'o stakes me
the people here are not afraid there, can this has all been accomplished b/ the rubbing put up; their' rorj i ltjcief;! !yvw; ; }Jjt S

be DO possible reason for those outside the of Aladdin's magic lump' bar', pay withqtj. ;' i }iriniji>. Ouiutiling ji WI HICKS

state to raise such a dm about it. "Progr ss" l U the motto of to-day, find js liei'e. i'>okctl l Uhou! !' as a le !i% itnaltf busir THE3TATKOF FLORIDA .

it only requires hard work the ex'penditure coijseljue'nlly'; ijj; ulleuCioii ij paid".tothe '

The Macon News referring to Florida of some'rhquey and the waiting foral lH'ggirs; ; their bets are ;\ 'well ns I 4olii, S Noble ) r Assipnj CITY I-
a ,- Suit nttachinmt..
reasonable period of time (o do nil that is the rest. limiiriiieipy surprise to'ew one > ; : c-.v
Suivfs toi-.W.tO.
affair, says; "Florida to-day embraces desired. } do not mean to Buy that something >vno had bored me il day lor 5 cents ''xtro W.L. .:lxe. f.rn j4RRER %N HIH DRESRFR.OPEb Vi
..Icfendiit.. W L. Pollock and all other
4 the 1jyc7.l most enterprising, !jndomifable!! has not already Ircen dqn ." I know -pcrnuis. [ w111t|; he had savpii tor.niiihs hprsons The iuttrf twl art hereby notified o. tie Ai ALL TIMES. e- ::: :
PAt th AmCFiUI p2nhInt.!! that '4* great Jeal has Itfpn aceninplisl.edthrnughIb -. fo'r that pirpuse. It is not so suriMising'iiaIIt / tlw alx-AV suit by attachment
when yoiV consider that the fiul ar heil y vjuir-r1 to npptMr pli-fict
t all considered and make crude aof h} somewhat ex per i- gos'eru'niefmt 1'M'iration fiMl th'rein, the
things they head or cliltir tO that< by SHOP ON CALL ST. JUST EAST t -4
of the
menfil( ( etfqrtg of [[.c'past, am) Ib'e ide ot is lit hugest gambling .sevnth 7thi.l'1 of M 'V. A P. 18.3$. the name be-
po failures. 4piin{ U>8 Spite's 'climatercprpjenU this letter is {o enipourage your |>eoile to institution* on the island. The Ha; |nj the first Monday of said month and rule day

ope'ljuudrpd and fifty jnHKn4{ ] renewed -norough and systematic Vrtini lottery IS a government affair. The of this., court or judgment n ill be taken against OF RAILROAD. When I say CUHK I do not mTt merely to i V
efforts fn'beiiaTf of first thing lljat will grab you us soon ayou Lhsm ydefaUU. top them lor a time, am thru f.nve them r 5-
of doljars) since iljis money brought !into -- yout"fai j-jland. L B. RhODES. Will constantly keep on nanrl A fu tarn again. I MKA V A irAhli'AK "
visited Silver hind \\ Ilavaua! will bo a Ue irai, then Plaintiff's CURE.
\\"v spring on the line of tj\ Fi-b.3. 1838 Att'y.I
line of lie lot hlWj I have made the dNea-e of
lhr. 8tatp'n.npally by tourists amounts to nK ju.wU for suitDANDRUFF -. V
I IhcF. R. fc.X.. R. Co.. we "took It)" a crowd of seris jelling Iqtery| tick .tj ou do hi-n-by crtifv tht the above is n true
)u Umiamqun't copy of ihe' ongi"a! notice now a.n file In my CURE to cleanse the hair. FITS
dividend which make 10
fight or fen per sent up. Punta Gorda on 'larlotte IInrb..r. and they per cent. ofnos.Witn. CRE.M' 01" Rth4ES for the face t If EPULEFSYorj

and the men who are interested sniffed the sea bnt-ze \\\ I h) delight; we Th i cock right is very similar to the nTiian land seal of Court this Ft>bruary remove sunburn, tun, freckles and siuotl. j PALLING SICKNESS

in her grent entepriRtR ar JtU-f Imckeditiid "bnibecued" at Lakeland, cliiie'd; at magnificent wrestling match so I shall not b F
1 Winter danced with a description of it The adnussiou 11. A life long study. I
Park and
: slept atenlerprUiiig WAKRAX my remedy to
Cl'rk.NQTICE A full line of R.-izors
nricl Hones
rirck'8 than
earer to mittiey people is constantly C'URE the worst KccHiioe others
Stiuford; tarried at DeLand considerably more or $t.25 in U. S. liars
011 hand old razors repaired.J. tailed!s no reason for not n m1iMvingr
nertion. a cure.
of other its beautiful and its currency. The owners ot the cocks areaIlswed C
jiuy among timnge groves Send at for
FOB() PUBLICATION. W. HICKS, once a treatise anal u FKK Korrijt
hospitable citizens; surfeited ourselves in the pit. which is surrounded I my INKALOBLE KKMEDY Give Express
The Natbnal Iiiduniral party have vith the best of food among txiwers ot by an amphitheatre; each one is near his LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE. FLA.. STAKKJ3. FLA. snd Post Offlc- It costs jon nothing for a
rooster, shouiji.g at'i while the is April I3th, 1888. .1 trial, $nd it will cure yon. Address
put in nomination Albert E. Redstone of roses at delightful Palnlka; roamed ihrou'hittoiic fighting that the
NOTICE her-by Riven following
California for president and John Colvinpf St Augustine, and "dreamed that going ou. which continues until one i is too named settler box filed K>tict?o his Intention lo To the Citizens of Bradford County.As H.C. ROOT. M.C. l83PEAUST.NEwYoiiC V
we dwelt in marble liHlls" amid the beauties much wouude'l lo light. The noise made make final proof in support of his claim, and
Kansas for vicv pn-suk-nt. The! following of the "Ponee de Ixjon"-withoutdiiiib't by those. anxioiiK, to Ix.t. each trying toiirowu that said pnof wit 1 h > made before Register and I expect to be absent from THE LADIES* FAVORITE.XEVER .
Receiver at Gaii i'oviio.! Fla., o June ::!. 18H8
is the platform adopted. the finest hotel in the world-and the oihei'svoice, is i indescribable. viz: John W lie in. Lakeside. Fla. H. K. 10572 Bradford county for a few months, OUT OF ORDIfjrondeilntopnrcluueamrmffinAflhloe.

n-lurued to our spacious and excelii-nt ho- Despite all this degradation their assemblages for the F h oafS W 4 S 3)T 5 H 23 E. mil not able to attend the duties '
WHKKKAB, It i is ponnble to secur' mnny teU iu JnckKonville weary with sight *eihj arc conducted with the greatest order He names 'ollowiUK: wiine-ses U prow his : to uk oar agent at TOUT place for term* and

und liouded iuduMtriai reforms under, therefore a correct fumncitl ;. but very happy 'and proud of the I and every one is well dressed wIth sai'l continuouS land viz residence: upou, and culti\ati of of County Surveyor, I would recommend nlOM. If you cannot tind our Ptt below araauwnte PWhKE WsPillsf
ty ; kind trentment received cu tom made, well filling clothes u'ndspoiU's Luk side Fla.
wherever we B E. VaHuro >, < ; that
the In lu 'trial In Na- -. V < 4 people employ Major
Rfjnttfd. By p-irly. wu t.C f lineu. I am Inlki g'of the cigar 1,;. U Rjbef..;. "
{io!'al Convention iiswin'-k-d' at the 411y of John Batten,
Wnnliinglon. C. on Iie 224 of
day )be tilled with items which interested imli- than iu farming. Even the farmer are S. C. TUCKER Register.NOTICfj in stead..Respectfully. TORPID LIVER
lN my
February. : vidual members of our excursion Very nenl. but their habits, domestic md
party torpid tlio whole
llverderingea '.
1. Thafthe Goveinmc-nt shall y
provide but want of time (for which 1 imagine you otherwise, ale the most depraved. I have t.ein, aiitf produces V

full )h-gnl-h-nder to meet the money rtquirt-rni-ntH, sum( Ien of ,the in voutne |- are thankful) forbid my going into details. just returned 'rotn inspecting a lot of tofmcco. () FOIl PUBLICATION. tf J. P. FK.VTT, C!. K.: I Sick Headache
pen. 1 'which Mr. Oarta'yu
I cannr. h'oweVef.i refrain front mentioning expect lo pur '
U nlo chase. The tobacco is in bait LAND OFFICE AT GAIXESVIU.F. Fm.&. I IMch. Ia FilTAlS.
surprise at 'ttecing pnct-ed u ALl
2 That the tVcrctary of tIc Treasury car loads my of magnificent strawlteiries o many being taken from Ihe lop uf I lie royal palm thai 31, 1888.a f 1 IlcatCoigh Syrnp. Taes gooi. Cac E3 Dyspepsia, Cdstiveness, Rheqj. .
Fltnll ipitnrdiHk-ly redeem nil public in- Notice it hereby given that the followinsnaincd iRtrZi. Sdiy'truggut.) pt
t tcTt bonds.hankiof. slopped to Baltimore. Philndelphia. New grows extensively on the island Each settler has fllrd l notice of his intention to matism Sallow Skin and Pies!
%t-U-iiriug York and other Noithcrn ciiies. from bale weighs from 130 to 165 pounds antI make final proof in suppoit of his claim and DRIJII STORL ,
8 TIuti.thl issue shall be aliul- Starke, Lawtey arid other points oin the is classed in thirteen different grades. that said proof will bf inuilc before the Register There i* no better remedy forth***
common disease* than Tutt'a llv r
tshed. and Receiver at f>ai' -Ml'e! Ha .on 1
F. II. & N. H. Co.'s 'lines, nor can I help From 1 to 7 me wrappers ot the\ fist class; MO\D1Y, MAY 28th 1VJviz. I l believe Piso's Tare Pills, as a trial will prove. Price,25e.
of '
4 That the Inherent
privilege voting to mention the attractive pppcuiMiice of from 7 to 10 are tillers in which some .. Reuht-n SuHivini htarke. Fin.. 1IK 11,500 for for. Couun.rti saved *
$ in cuiM-nship and the righ' | to vote i ti1d the country surrounding the beautiful wrappers are expected and from 10-!3 the si of seV Jt seV of HWV. &*c ij.. .. Tp 7 s U rny lii>.-A. It. DUIVKIU, ;: o4 Everywhere
Lie iircoi dcd lo w omen: This are only fillers. Then the flavor'is to be 22i. Editor Enquirerllen! -
lake til Kingjley Clay County. .
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Me names the following witnesses improve his c1z-l'; 4
C. !
to $3
s, Apii ItJjj/.
e glorious sheet of water almost circular in considered, ,,IsO) thu'pjantaiion mi v/hu-li fOiitiP.ii.Jus; resilience Upon, anil ciifvivation of. : j ,
TJie ronlcl[ tJ the second plare on (herievelsinil'tifket'w us outline, and about two miles in diameter it is jrro'ijvn, and the man, who selects and idflitiid.v.z. : UDIES-PSLi 'ilf
Ilkdy'to e-reate. quite shone 'jad glistened 'in the twilight cUssitieK it, which is 4 bigness in itseU. .1. It. MOORE, Stark Fla.TiiosJAS .

1 no much txililicnl commotion as the struggle amid tjip green foliage of the tall The texture of the ''eaf is.well cons'ulered, JOHN MCKJRK Wtxox.Ltkesi.IM.rftarke.l Fla.r\a. I,-- Do Tour Hm Dyeins,at Hm. 4

/ t Hliich IK at present poin ou willi rt-fVi- pimrs a..d ;the lovely prance groves surrounding iind sevei'ti.( : other fealmcj which: only avery J..v. BATTBN. Lakeside, Fla.S. Th 7 trill dye tTerything. They ai ioJdtTeir-'

t net lo; !KQr>t plnce on the oilier lickcl.u it, like'a dlRnjo'n in n emerald experienced eye can flsceru. The TfCitn, Register. I Ici for where.Streogib Price,IO Brightness. a packi,..&mount e. Theyha'enoequai IA PCageUor

\ Iluebdter| case however it is a *rityi' to selling and ulthuga' i reriind\ ] \ inly price of bales, yaries from 3f-0. to 500 dol 4.U tS= % for Patatnesa f Color. or '
NTno much iruljv|
wlicn all I Tic 4)ii1d tlie man from Maine to love the place and its people w> well from which cumes the 8nm.'ple of soil I SPECUL MASTER'S $ALE.UNflEi L. GASKINS,8DKALEU J. L. t:ask ins. Starkr. Fla:

I 14 qtiHly laying his plans. 'to wc re the that I shall make an earnest effnrt to pass send you. which'is the -iien-l'nature 1 of
p prize. n porlioa qf my future winters in that the soil in the Inirtido district, imearer Havana IK
: rendered ou ib otli day of April, A. D.lf The BEST Cough Medicine AKEVIEWCUYCIJUNflT.pis
: chai ming vicitiilv. The location seems the soil is dark and at some places S bv Hon. James M Maker, Judge is Piso's CURE % Lak.iuaIIly .
I G. W. Pratt of the Palntkn Herald hits to lie all that can l he desired by one iu black like that I send you. Sugiy: is gen of the 4th Judicial Circuit of the State pfKlorMa Drugs & Ivjodicineu CONSUMPTION. Children*OR Prico 111 in*i-U*. and *ia 1.'coenr ta.

lCilld 1 out luis interest in that pnper to hit search of a delightful climate, the soil is erally grown ou'the black soil. 'Ihey 1 ir the can;o lately peudiiigtlierei'i Siarko Fluhy&i'chinV take it without objection. *giMnu*rill Toic&npJi4 Uur hvtetratcI"5o auran r.t.aUi.c.tafIS I

two HI ins. The style of the new lirm will productive :and, with what i is raised with grow abou three crops a year, and the to- I ivbetrcia JB McMillan wa'* By all druggists. 25c. rrtri'k.IIgVV.. A wor n..ri-. :um.,,!' ..J: Itiirvl. kout phiite"4 and balk:
C lj C'lms. H.. Pratt & Uro out difficulty ;u cultivation the expenseof i is cut with two or three leaves"on apiece i-oinplainiit: ati'l Martha M. Ball de- 5 ). ., tti'i- .oil"'i-lnnl. Purtwmitf

living is so small that I do not believe : of the stalk which is placed on Clicks feiula-it, the ir.vlprMirned as Special Prescriptions ,5CfCtt.t ., M. il.tO 4r.. 'd fJ.s.). .44.' UlW5fl sa.. ,4af Ifl'bi.rlda.ItL
1 -
theieaboutt Master, ,Inl6il by said 3 leiree will V S.CU.IES t. L.s. t'.O t.3. k'-'n afl..VI&
there is another place on the American in a drying room foj 14days apM a. V.
(ji/iiIhitjZlitd iC nU hour V
In another column will lie found U(41cfIIlli *-day m n ,
nrotniritiiicaUon becomes that il be on the WHERE AIELSEAILSTBALSAM -. .. I
continent where *>o that corn litutes |t so dry cannot KM VtVca,4
from Mr. Gt-o. II. II nfford. comfort, health and happiness can be secured moved In dry weather! without being damagid 7th DAY OK MY. A. I). 1888. niy.'it3J6RKE Best oughSrup. Tastes good. Use
Aristani Gen.
Passcngt-r Agent of with so small outlay of money. so they wait until a wet day when in fro'it of the Court ITouse door iathe The BUYEBS'QTHDU Uijtuod
the O. M. & P. R. R.. which he
8V in Trusting that I have not trespnsfud too the leaf absorbs the moisture very rapidly.A'tobacuj tpwi of Starke, in htradfaro1 o.ounty, in j ; : March aod Bept, V
hi f benurifulttate.
gives Imprcssiona r> our much on your space and the patience of watts mnd of the stalks is aid SUte, within tb.e.hours. prpstribedliy I( each y r. It ia'an enoyJclopodia -

your readers, I have the honor to reuain, sprinkled ou it, then it is piled, then a law, sell It) tlio Imhimliest null best bidder LIVERY STABLE: ____ ____________ of useful Information
-_- Yours, for Florida, blanket is put over'it to produce a gentle for tsiah, the follovsiiiK df>sfiribe land, U for all who pur-
sim.Hed in, said county to-wit: Tlw wj chiso the luxuries or th
HKAFFOUD. warmth the of AND
GEO. II through pile tobacco, then HAR
of the California Boom.
Collapse of the fej. !iiro I nscesjitiaa of life. Wo
except ft more ori
GUI Chalntron, of this city who" is now Ass't Gen. Pass. & T'k't Apt., it is pressed into carrots and tied with a (i les, heretofore Klieni:<;l to [ a and FEEL> b.auUfle, the ha-fri can olothe you and furnish you witlx
Chicago, Milw. & SL Paul R'ySam fibre taken also from the royal palm, when AND SALE; STAPLES I
friiiid Sanantha Hall nU the
MijimrninKin California, writes to a Ivius wet of thp Transit fetnd to R stor, necessary and eoesaarT
, that the boom is Southern'California haaHuffcied it finally is baled and held for buyers lo Riilroad. in S i-tion 3. Tp. (is, R '22 & : : Voutiuful Cofir. I appliances to rido.walk, dance, aleep*

n collHjtee. "A large tnirt of lan Antonio. Cuba. Apr. 7. 18S. come and, inspect it. or it is sent to llava- e, eoutpjniiig ofiacr1, more or leV. #$. -_ hair faUbwlPARKER'8C1NCRTONC eat, fish, hunt, work go to church
nftr LOB Angelea which, had been held at PH. J. L. GABKISB Slarke Fia.Dat jut and.insptclvd a"d shipped to \ W. TUMBLIN, trwvutjIprnouU or stay at home And in varioua izea,
Havana is the great tobacco ntart. Special Muster. styles and quantities. Just figure oat
f600 an acre for tlir r weeks and wiis then Sui-I arrived here last -veilingan .
4 { afraid I I what is required to do all these thing
much that will have worried 1 April 5th, 88S. .Co In
E worth the half after I boarded P4tir Eh
thought well pnce. can DOW beIwught hour and a the COMFORTABLY? and can make stair
read what I Have I you
he says, "for $75 per acre, near train at Havana. San Antonio is one of you if'you ever written estimate of the value of the BUYERS-
;, VawMtJoua.H; piece of property held nttt.OOO the largest interior towns of Cuba about so I shall reserve what elsc'I should like H aCco3ti1.1-4li ,. ) : a.iy GUIDE which'vt-il\ sent upon

can'be had for $1,000 now and prpb 500Q population. It is the trading point a' to communicate'until I see you in person. Notice. 'lend ERSIAft stamp. tf.trt eLce'5.R il'.M.;, kzow. receipt of 10 cents to pay poatage,
With kindest Col.
' ably leu." Mr. Cliaihtron Kt*tcft that fruit of the Parlido district, one of the principal '*' regards to Peek, Tlie Board of County Commissioner tiller,Skin Ctr,r rj 1C1Vh r't4Icar MONTGOMERY A CO.

c i* further advance in Northern than in tobacco sections of tup island, but not I. am.' yours, truly, will let out the building of n bridge &rruyn ,for trial AdS rp,. a&bov.kuov.tam 111-114 Michigan Avenue. ChicagoHLCONSUMPTIVE

qf }*otithern California. ]{ so celebrated as the Yuelta Abajo district. 4 CHA.S. COHEN. stream fcnown as Alligator Cret-k. near CONSUMPTION ""

Dr. K. M. Ituaenkraus. of this city who which I uhall visit in a few days, and .- the Joseph plarv, to the low eki SURELY CURED. AP C

ia f ; 14( fflrtleriu The Florida Star niuipa'rinicKfivanuige am traveling witb" Mr. Cartaya a cigar pessee read ; .pjir-r-rtThe reason I d id I Tuesday, the 1Q day' of May lie xl. Fitb-cit furoishcd. at all era named that I have a POStLireiCniedyfor t the above t.PARUR'S CIKCER TONIC
: of C'ahfoml.1 nnrt Florida'' manufacturer of Key West, of whom you' n't ;iaff when you ktTt a\'me in the Posl Length bridge with specifications \\ilj ho\irs day or nijjhl 5 Iiopeleasi-a meaxe.'esha Hy its timely use thousandsot! A Hwenrad nx.nwdiciiuU the worstea.e coiupuuiui,of Co.tghWCak in*&curea when LnnS* "&I

'.T orange culture, and he find -thtm'lrgfly I f may have'heard of having preserved Pre Otili )yesterday WAS becase" I had a bile on I be furnished at ihu tiin(; tf Idling.By I sball be glad to send'e been two crnianentlv!L cured, 1ndJsiitWn.stnttgm,Inward Female i'aims.Weakneas ExMutstIooi.,aiid a-li painS InvaIuablIthe
iif TaVor i f the lsttt! ow'i \nlu: < ident Cleveland, when nt Ja ksouyft1e. my fase' m d kan' lat!. If I laff she'll order of the Board of County ("i'n- 'I'cnns Itcu8iial. Give u* a trinl.A.NDUEWS dy FRKR to au'y of >INT readers l.ntleof whoa have"emeRumptioa .. rda.ra of the Stomach tad JioeL4. 60c. 5$ DuU'HINDERCORNS.

: UA' b. ? t-.ilt4 lle 1.mI takes con>idratM pains to explain he i' i.r ti'. lurL'* I 4pril 12. 18$ 8. Clerk and Audito Starke. Fin T.and.&pa.t. SLOCI-M't'ft'.' ;:d.lreas.M.C..'m rwSfJSKjwYork.xpres 5toj.ITio all pafet.rain.SUrefIt Emnii-w and be cointiirttolhI a tcHr3forCorn t.Bttnlo I Jv.. Wit. bi.oue.

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.RftFOftC0Y1EG1WH. I( We leanythat ajiammigranon ,.01I I Wlt.eJ'L.oc ..., .: :r. .- J *?- :Song of .*,SJurta FI- :. '. "1 a11 for ,Qpunty -Democratic Conve.p TOIIC.'f," 'f

eiety of 100 families ,are about to I I Mr. E. (G. Hill!!, .tl'U$te( of the, Bur- Evtr iiek1';g the sea. | lionj ..rE
Out of the fens the brook and the elailne l and Coca.tho prominentndientB 1
:r. -- ---= move from Arizona ,to Florida, and riu lauds, has 3u! -' April 27 1888. that one of our has been "mstrucced c.ti .Olll aCl'csto MiS. Joseph A. Rddjngton .t OlusteeV lakes,,where the baron wiwlea. |'.rullllniI'UIiLf.: 1"1111..01 I ln>i>. a / Nerve It trengthenmand 1I
Stil.rke ,
: : F1a4 I Flow the waters of KunU Fe.. i jC'utinly Con\i,i utuuu il MaiKu! on fSainrJ.iv. p. to nerrocs &em.'f,
to purchase;:: several properties : a wealthy Citizen of Cleveland -t With eddyi g swirl *nd swish .< :. \tiv.tin191! h. A. i) !{
: TYEWS rear Starke as a begiuing, and i' Ohiq. Thiol ]land lies south of The fugai Ive waters flee {o,''II\\'ilJ!.1'111 p''S: /ALTERATIVE. 1
&. hopes are being entertained dial tlm.em.ire I town, directly on the line of the F. To. tile deep Sport d.irk in cares tthadowlera here sea.the eyeless Iteh. l''l) ,lions'*' jy>|II''I"-
", party may locate Uerc. I II. .& N., arid Mr. Redingtojri .expresses County j in'tii I'oil t..t..- J Drni''cr.iiic C,uvi nliuii. the blood purifying and enriching It, ,\
From Columbta'sdarkeneJ cave ti) l In- held lit St. .Vngusline Mav29lhA. ( ; and 10 OYereomina those I dtomsa
jpoads street the inteirtiou of osit'-o Agai Ii. the light of ilay.Tr9ugh !
Stark* lamps. laying resulting from impure ImpOTO
; D. 1SM8. Ti choiia-i : x -cutive
;" :: Richard .and Pace .have willow-lined banks with frollC'lOme : t.'nun\v tolled blood. -
town there and .
.sold.thior opening.u his put- waves ('m flu ti't'. Itllliin I I irun-)| ; such utli- '
: Stre veiy much needs a 1QO young orange grove ta-t, chase for settlement.A tFloweth p fly the Santa Fe. I'r lnisiuue..s "" iniy cciine lK'tjf.: Ihv v.i'uvenlion. jery A LAXATIVE.Actlngmfldlybntsnreyeuthebos I

.OQ: f.otel._ ot lOw) to a Wisconsin party, whoexpats carload of strawberries, ,sent. as Till tired of.lfght! andthe Rlarp it cures habitual conctiiiAtiaa. and) t1 ,
to build a large) house on it Of the uu aid the hum of tte hfafo. The diffcn-nt Di-tiict, in the.CounW: promotearegulr habit..ItctrcctUiA -
: &arkc needs some ku.,\d pf tire awl Qlherwite make improvements, experiment from this station to under the rcckcof thtl,atuial bridge arts etmi itetl: to representlion as fu'lows! : ens the sthmch,aDd alds
Plunge the waters of Santa Fe.
retectton. these Chicago, although nearly a week on ,A-awtev. 1)ii iii--t 11'1. 1, 9 !)1'1l"1-:11t'.; DIURETIC.In .
F __ ; i-jitlemen s'that next fall the, .road, arrived: in prime ,condition Emerging, again to the light. Lake buth-r. a, i."> eound its competition the best sad most
Aey will I .j> jf Purified.* happy nnd free. actiTediuretlcsoftheXateriaKedieAareeomblDedlCleDWIeal1
bring ilil'1i.i.tb "
A fine stock Qf fruits just r.tcejve'
Walter Withi". to locate. at .Stark, I ajL the same time Louisiana beiries Flowqth onward the Satsta. ,e. Provi l'ht't't. 11 ..
Pine Mill, i.3 i kidney it can be nllcd on to giro
- 'The: ftraule' b.usinc is .vyere selling at J,$ to 20 cents. Till deep i it Suwanee's dark flood. I. -I. OJ vt quick relief and iptedy cure.
j a!surn
The SuVi'rQpjeal ,( fJa.-knv31e ry Mourned by how and cypress tree. Siarke. ,6 &JI --'fIf---W....
is closedor i tliesasint. }lug great pruportions Yrom, ...his\\\ t oun 4 .carload of ice front Cedar Keys Foiled in Its Is buried qve t of the the Santa Mexte Fe.wave. Hlln Pt9)o1. .'" *. Jt tf For The NERVOUS ,

; ty, this ,fa'l. .it .will be lt': lsl l. allho to !st.ujd: rjunsf anly on he trackfoi: ; -- :It'is recommended that lUc precinct t put ".
: tIt the use of IUOM by The waters of Sa-.ta 'e where they siok meetings for appoint.ig.deflates$ IHJ ltJl The DEBILITATED MM W.i ItU By Bnalrtc
\V.ailc.r NVills >,r9 9 ,c8 tp fY" aodafQtL1ntailllU' say : .many more acres will lie :Refrigerator under the natural bridge are of dark wine color; one week prior() the alc ve date for l I1e RICHARDSON CO. Prpi
lI'Wl'W; planted., next .season, we wll have bues. The //arrest of (these I whe they emerge again to the light aome 18mile1 Conyenticm.! i,: The AGED..WELLS. BUKUHOTOX? '
buyers right here at home io boxes .contain fifteen busliels. One distant they are lol'alltifu&v'\r-.nllpatenr. I Jos.L.. HlLr.. 'I
'I buy -R H.M'ilyaine in the Cedar Key Gulf View, >

A fresh ,anJ *t4erf tpek />f gro-: our fruit, thus. doing away with all day last, week lo boxes were lWLi-i -- .--' ,huirinau LX. Com mil letL '. .I.;=--7:'.- _-.__. _-=: =:.J_-:=-z= -_--,_ _ __ _
Aeries.f ? 1.1.4114.t! :the Red ..Store.I I risk and of ed atone. time.Layvtey The Levy County Times of. ,roiu in. LKE t'fr.EIt. .\vr. llilll. 11S&,

Hq' kook 8t
'M.O BH ilave moved this week.. Mr. M. Mad\,n of Dakota ha manufacjjured here on a smaft scale For Gov rnor. Robert Bullock, .of Marion a box of tine full-grown Pien-roo ieiiclulo I II' 1":1'! : ,I' 'N' )8')S B"j' I' !A' 'RI I JII

- PQAtSe! put chased an orange grove near by G.. pr.olshagan. ; for Sc cietary of Site.y.. B. Lamar, ) the Sult-Trllptclil last week. F"rt I ,i .
new county safe has arrived Starke and has returned for iiis fam of Jefferson; for Attorney General. J. B.: Meade to the front fnr'we think no plarein I ,j

.; -W The d will goon tic placed in, , ily. lIe .says "It be to cole dVr> inKota ,MAftRID.LIEIBERGER.YOUNG. Starke AVall.W. D.of Barnes iUsborough, ,of Jackson; for; for Comptroller Treasurer .the State can beat that. P. O. BUILDING. '
: lots
people vants.come Floridafor II. Robinson of uval) for State
For the cash good* can be had at to leave dot cole ,veder. I tells Bradford Co., Fla., April 26, 1888. of Schools, ;J. P. DePass, of Blanton & HaynesDealers ._ .
At the I- .0443kis .
the lowest figures at the Red ,Store.A ., dera come down here and get var'm residence of the brjdi's; par IAfor,; Cbmtniesjoner of Agriculture. t

house" Mr. Madson is ('nts-CaJ.t. jr. C. Richard-Rev. J. Thomas A. Hull of Madison; for Chief I I EALER8IN"
fine line of fertilizer .constantly4oti and understands a Herma.nfarttJ'r R. Sharp officiating, R. C I lleiberger Justice Surpreme Court A. Jp. Maxwell. In- j

band by Truby, Sternburg & Co. truck gardening to Mrs. Ka&2 3i. Young. No caids. of liscambia; for Associate Justices, G. SJUJJOOL KOOKS, STATIONARY tiP ALL KINDS, AGENTH
: and fruit culture. P. jiainey i ,of, J.c'ou.: and T, f. King. ofAlaehi

A few sewing machines will. be Mr. J. Basket Picnic May 1st, I1.,." GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Chas. Richard has sold his ,
,old cheap by Truby, Sternburg* & beautiful little prange grove, whichis At Pine Island on Sampson Lake. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ltbjt1 tttn4pS1.

: Pine Island fronts the The best Halve in the world for Cuts
po situated beach
_____ on the east side of Alligator Hampton Fla.For
the lake. Cool Bruises, .Pores, .Ulcers, Salt Ilheum, ,
. Hats! Hat!!! Hats!!! See Truhy creek, to a party from Wis. of plenty tVver Tetter, .Chapped Hands,
&" Co.'s jnammoth dis for the siiug little sum of $1 1OOO. shade. 'Not far frpi# the Bradford Chilblains, Corns. and alj Skin Eruption Sale.A --
Sternburg .* I This Jia hid but Drainaga Co.'e f>rms. floating and positively cures les, or no pay re- -
grove $ ordinarycare quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect ) JJBSC1UPT10 RECEIVED FOR ANY PAPEROB LVO.\ZIN OrdeN
__ the total sailing, bathing and fishing. beautiful orange grove tor sale. 200)
colLlot.Qf it to ofsale
plaY.Five satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
solicited and\ uttciaion to .
Rio coffee prompt
pounds of good could have been Carriage can: be driven directly to bearing ornigc trees aud a variety of
not $400CM 5 box. For J. L.
,oycr .centH per saje by Fla.
13. 11-88. 79 .Km
for one dollar, at Truby, isternburg. ) any body invest in any .thng the Island on the beach.PJ own and .Gaskins. _.. other fiuit tree, consisting of peach, January

;&' Co.t' hetter. 1 cou.t.ry invited Come. and' bring --,B grief.Mr. pear, qI '. ICC. Jnn persimmon Japan l' ..- -'' -

your basket. plum, fig tree, pomcgripate and 2,000
& Co. offering Blame is sick.
Truby, Sternburg in are department. Major f. L. nill of Eake Butler, MANY CITIZENS OF STARKK. .\1 r. J liine is not fick. nursery (ices &c. A nice 6-roow iuie, aud

genuine bargains' : every 11 spent the, greater part of last -wee-k Bradford Who Lan tell, when doctors disagree one-halt story cottage. situated .;\in the GARDINER AND PRATT
in OrJaudo] and I County April 26. 1838. Vcmont
tho of The UtpublicallShurrnl for
southern part heart of the
__' -- ED TF-I.J.oUAPU-1'he writer noticed; city, not more than 200 feet
hat of the latest the state, when he got hack to Siarkc communicati.m n Blaine from the
For a nobby new In ibis week's: "Courier"signed main business street The
New York boom
gtjle, call and sec what J. W. Hodges he could !hardly bold. himself; he B-, kindling up the Gaskins; political ing Dcpe\v ,and Republicans Depaw boom arc Blame .. grove i situnteu: ou ihu corner of the two STArK &, Bradford County, Florida,
says that ho never was so much in finNow., if \V! ,are ,to huve peace
band. And that: seems to be the long and shortof most desirable streets in this .dl\.
,,1 u on in the Democratic ranks old
love with J Bradford: riog.ter<5 and it all the line.
as now along
Another large invoice of drygoods county office holder\ ? jniint step down and out For particulars apply at this office. *'
this week at Truby, Stern- would say not!,jng dispar- WJjy pile up all the honors and paying For sick headache: fatr.ale troubles REAL ESTATE AGENTS. '
.received ingly of that section, .Ue was loud' in i offices ou one or two sets of men when we neuralgic pains in the bead, take Dr. JH.

arg&CP.'S._ praise of this county, hr said we hact have so many good competent and faith [ MeLeau's Little Lver; and Kidney .

dollar will buy a 200lb. sack nothing but what was better than ful woikers in our raiks. You, with a fillets. 23 cents a vial. -
One Democratic organ, can do much in helping -
of Liverpool sail at Truby, Stern they P r(. us to pour oil ,on the troubled waters Wheu you aro consMpited, with loss .
of Appetite hea-luche, take OUH of Dr. J. ORANGE GROVES : :
burg & Co.V '_ AS will be seen by potjce in another by supporting our worthy young lawyer. McLean's Little Livor and 'KidneyPil1etJi. .. ,,(
Col. J 11$. 1: W?ills fur the State Senate. %. ./1"...
300 Pounds of the .elioict, candy column Mr. R. C. lleiberger ,one Col. Wills has served the Democratic par They am pleasant lo take and .

] em1 brpimht to Starke, on sale of Staikea young and ambitious ty of our State faithfully since 1.ti7,3Inri will cur you.---25 c-'nt.H-a -vial.- IMPROVED FARMS,

Walter Will. merchants was united ir. marriage to his ability us a public servant c.rdnol be llIoall1, )ou are on the high road to

,at : Kate .\. Young, daughter of qlle/( oJ1ri. Now let us have peace, and the devil's headquarters." said Sam Jones J .

The Christian supper last Friday Capt. J. i.1. Richard. The happy by ]laymsr on the high shelf nil political to a Kansas woman who had a silk dress WILD LANDS. IJ I

night netted about *30 for the'. benet ? couple left on the 4 o'clock train for manipulators! we will have it.VASIITKE. IIn. and she answered: sir"Then" we which shall
jiobably nu-et ng.iin. ---- -

of that church._ St. Augustine and other points intheXtate A Woman's Discovery. Samuel turned a ripe strawberry._ color.If COfn8UiED. WITH GBEAT 4,000,000 Acres ol'_ laud belonging to tbe FLORIDA
amid --- --- --
the well wishes of

Sweat's hats Red and Store..drygoods is selling as shoes.spring cheapas their many, friends and admirers been"Another and that wonderful too by a lady discovery in Um'couu-ha c feel and your look kidneys wretched are in the you most will Refracting Power. SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO., attributed tliroughout. tbe state, aim! i

in town.I who showered pounds of rice, and Ii. Disease fastened its clutches upon heerful I sorietv, and nielaucholv ou the THEY AUK AS TRANSPARENT extending southward from the south liouudary of Georgia Fort llarreil
any. place the traditional), old shoe after the departing her and for seven years she .ilhstood jolliest occasions. Dr. J. H. McLetn'sLiver
President its severest tu ots. but her vital orKttswert' aad Ki1n \ .lllu: will .set you AND fOI.ORr.ESS AS I.IOHT ITSEI.PAnd
and io Monroe
Another car of Ideal train. THE TKLEGBAPII undermined county.
and death
seomedimtiiineiU. in. bottle.
right ag Sl.OOper for softnei' ondnranco
to the
flour by Truby, Stern wishes them long of I I-'ol'lhree months she coughed -- ..-_. -- ----- eye
reeved I years happiness.Mr. I and cannot bo excelled, enabling the wearerto Liberal Terms and Special Inducements are offered to
and could sufieatinnsnightcnughs
& Co. this week. incessantly not sleep. Shw Croupy red for hours without fatigue. In
burg C. Blackcnbcrg and Son and (Knight of us a bottle of Dr. Kjnjj's:; New all the common affections of the! fact they arePerfect
I -- list Discovery for Consumption and w-s= so and lungs quickly relieved l hy Dr. J. II.MeLeauS'lar BONA FIDE SETTLERS.
J. J. Clark is on .tbji .*jck :1&V., Johnson of Fond-Du-Lac
3r. *
much relieved on taking first dose that Wine Luu,; iials m Sight Preservers. .
week caused by going into his Wiscojisin arrived here last week .- --- -- --
fhig situ slept all ninht and with one bottle ---- --
jpe car so mucb 1 Jast; ; week. they iate cJ Jjiat) they had com/- in h L'j been mira' cured. Her n.imeis The Sunjteryille Times hoists the name Unitc.l Testimonials States,from gmrnor the leading. naWI physician ii. legislators II the .,OOOO) Acres of Williams and SwaniTs laud and lands of
i Mr Luther'Lulz." Thus write \y. C. of Geserai Uull$ >vk far Qvvernor and M. .tockmen. ieno'nc: ;j..aJJ prof.-.iou and Ii.
Mr.V.. R. KeUey of l<:rnaiidina: re-ponvf! to stati-nvnts from (}faJ'dit- Mamrick er and Pratt a.s to tho advantages free trial bottle at ;. I.. Gasjfjus; lnu -- --- etc..can be Kivn wh> have had their sight ImProved -
; I was in the city! Ijist Mnlaihiskiiig Hiailfnril l county ,offered over other More. ,3} 4 }(4Ii: CaruhnPap,,! says that not by therr use. s line of Railroad: between Furiiandina, oti thc Atlantic coast, and

; 4 #hapds with his many frienda.Air. I' ----_ long ago ,i Ncv Yorker wrote lo the State i All Eyes Fitted .
counties; in the State. Mr. G. Net out The Poiu-e: tlii Leon j ii s.iid to te the treasurer that he hud found among his Cedar Keys, on the (ittll"of yt'xico. .

J.. A. G. Satmai: ) a>wl wife of to pruvp to them his statements. largest: lion-} lij) JU world am} lis); with papers a l Itt of old.L South Carolina bonds And the Guaranteed by .--

." Ja Tfobe; 1'a., a"e visitirg with Mr.ft. Atter l'ndin'I'l .days: here I the Alcazar, npllllI.iiHllolh; and h&udsoinely ind VH wanted to kuow if they had} any R I VEHS&: JOINER,

.Sli-Ulyy south of town. these gentlemen yiMted other points furnished liDjt'l, has bet-n under market value. The ti-eaurtjr ill,'(' tignlrdiiul \I StiiktFlorida.. ORANGE GROVES and IMPROVED FARMS
the same '! worth 100 cents
: rnanttgcraeol) IlIJs season; rtrently replied i!hat they were
south but returned) here i
Council have ac'ceptiiii: .IJlIII!II ir O1l1gIlHicrl1t. hotel "Catui Mnniea (/::1 M hc dollar. The bonds were worth Thee gl.-wsoH not supplied to peddlars. A SPECIALTY.
The town ihi statement that we bad :ul\anti-: ," lidS lieen piucliascd and will fierenfler $2 .:HO. and the New Yorker has just A. ". HAWKS.WHOLESALE ; .
fhe tiine.. for the tax book t / COM- ges they hall l failoil to find) elsewhere be conducted i in flflfl(4 11)11 with the Irawn |21.000 accumulated! interest. This ATLANTA O.t. etc. When j

JO days, or till the 6th of May i'iiey imreh:isel l two orange groves Ponce de Leon and Ihe Alcazar the three Iocs Kot'l'i'ok; much like repudiation. DEPOTS AUSTINTEX. Send for descriptive pamphlet maps making application

ThQ redst'IC4- i* again closed) this near here and Itaving :\i I)V. I Ulaeken- ,:2.0tiO iffording guests.accornniodatiop.This ;places; : for f l. Augustine more than Old p opll* antler much from disordersof for layds whether to the principal or agents PLEASE' ;

t -eek, it i is saidliat matters will IK- berg Jr. in charge: .returned home alu-ad of I the world in point of hotels.PeiiMicola gr.itiiied the urinary at the organs woudcrfil and' effects are al of 1'ay Dr.I. *. U. D. MINER REFER TO THIS ADVERTISEMENT. -I#.
for their familil's.1t'. IJ. also
few ail "iitisf (.tor '. lias Adv.-G-iZftte. .
settled in a days ) H. McLean' Liver and Kidney Hnlm March.91888 If 1\
--- -- rented) the brick huiMmg formerly The exhausted] anIII:00\8Y feelings com in, banishing, their troubles. $1.00 per f. :

There are some finale'! woman in occupied by Sanders and Cardell I, iiion to spring time. indicate an impure bottle. F

and about &ark ,whl arc anxious to in which they propose' to carry a and sluggish condi'ion tit lime Blood, You will have no cause for spectaclesif PRATT o. E \)

run the city and cqunty government. lull line of furnit.III'C.Vilh severalother which may be remedied by the use of you use Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening J. P. : ,
Dyer's Sarsaparillu. it is the most Salve it remove this film and
Eye :
liet'l"ltl'r StarKe gradually ,
A. full line of fresh groceries just ) ./nd. ut the san.c lime most economical bcum wl.ich ac-uniul, leson lheeyeb.ilU. ''Voun't SltrTC.yor, Vublle Notal7', ''

received at ..1.V.. IMges' and fo; bill surely moves onward. blood purifier known. oiibduea inrl.imination cools and soothesthe Ill I!I tt
irritatwl nerven. strengthens Conveyancer.
lilt! cheaper than any place: in i t(,wn. Hampton Cleanings. The Verdict Unanimous. and failing sight. 'c a box. .,: .

I This is certainly a dry community W.D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, lud., March 9 188&& tf 'all Street Starke, Fl.iridaW -
J.v.. Hodges i is on hand thi of testities'"I(:anreeoi imend Eledric Bitters In cases of lev<*r and ague, the bloodis !
Some took advantage
lh another line of new shoes, now. our people as the very best re nt'd.E. 'ery as effectualIv. though not so danger- 1 1
"eew of the excursion rates to hot!It sold ha given relinf in every case ousiv poisone'd by the erUiiviinn the -
wrbich he k belling at lock bottom. Jacksonville )ast week, and heard Ore man took six bottled, and wascur'-d atmosphere as it could be bv the deidiest : -
of Rhe'-matisin of 10 Ytlurs' standing poison. Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills -AND- !
j.ricei. j &
the world Gilmore hand all H EDWARDS SON
renown <' will eradicate this poison -
---- Abrahaiii hare: ,ruggist elh'ille I I Ohio and Fever uro
Dr. J. II. McBrayer[ the proprietoipf were well pleased.Mr. afRnns: The best sel'ing' tnodioiue I from the system. fitl< cts bottle.. JIJ 'VEr ".1B, -

the Wild Orange Syrup, is busy Frank Adams l has just enclosed have ver haiulle-ii in mv20.rear experi-

work severaj} thousand his town !ct with a nice pioket euce, is Uleotri" Bitters 'TitGuaand4 of If you spit up phlegm I ,and are troubled STARKE YLA.L4P.ciL1 LAKE BJTLERBradfordCoP1Orida; ,
, at putting "
; up. others have added their testimony, bo with hacking cou-zh, tiMe .'. J. II. h'LelllllS' nttpntion jriven to repairing TTatcheiand
bottles fl'neen1 will soon have it set to that the verdict is unanimous that Elect- I ChCkl' Jewelrv. &c., &c. All work done .
___________ _ orange trees.frlessts. riot Bitters do cure all di-eases of the Tar Lung Balsam. at reasonsble& Pace. prices for cash. Enquire of Richard AGENTS FOUTHE

Mru. Crawley, formerly teacher in Farmer and Kierulff are Liver Kidneys or Blood. Only a half Frequently accidents occur in the SOUTHERN Rail Way Co. .
from dollara bottle at J. L. Oaskiaa Pruie --- FLORIDA
, Starke Institute, but now getting on nipely in their new quarters Store. a household which cjiuse l.urns. cuts '

Atlanta i visiting the family of J. antI will soon be at home. They priiii J. and hl'ni"'A'i1; .for' use in a'ichtsesDr. Oil Trust Lands, S. A. Swann, Tritstee.William's '
Chas. Richard. As a hair dressing and renovator. Ayer'sHair 1 J. n.t..Le l. No Universal Remedy : ,.
have ball sawing lumber.Tlc hs for inmv years 'een the
Liniment R
Vigor is universally commended I' iemody.RSCHBERGS and Swann's Lands, formerly .- lands.
The ice cream sociable last Tuesday new Chiistian church! will be I i-radicalcs d'lmlrutr, cures erupl ions of the onsUnt lavorue: Mmilv least '
been discovered but, as at
: evening, was well patronized, dedicated on the first Sunday' m May i scalp invigorates Mid( beautifies the! hair four-fifths yet of human diseases; have their Florida Land Improvement Company of New Jersey. I.
Rev Mr. lilcqus of Jacksonville is and prevents its fadin or turning gray. '
%j 1YiIo were !here report a very \ source in Impure Blood, a medicine Florida Land and Mortgage Company, Limited. : !
pleasant time.!I expected to bo present, a good turnout During February the Key West cigar \ which restores that fluid from a depraved

I i is i expect .d. manufacturers shipped between ti.000,000 0VED DIAM0 to a healthy condition comes as r r,0- "

The first solid carload of nails Mr W: J,, Cameron has arrived and 10.000.000 cigars, and paid lax on \': t eTA LES"OLY near bfeiiig a universal cure as any that These lands are K-a; ed i i C >luml.5.i B.ikr.! llridlorr.: Alachtw Clay and PutnAm

that ever came to this county was ..vitl) his family' and will go into his 7.4t'9.b20' cigars. They were not working & can be produced. Ayer's Sanaparlllaaffects ,md ot'hpr Counties dirern a 1iuur fir tInpw Otrgi.i Southern arid Florida .
up 1 lo Jheir capacity eitjier. on account of I hiI i ill In'' I. suit purcl-*>icr*.,
l ch--ip
received by Truby, Sternburg lis Co. new quarters as spoil as bis bl' scarcity of light wrappers which om- the blood in each stage of it* Huilroad. aud can ) 'u' )'

0 ;a few days ago. goods arrive. pelted uianufapturera at times to lay off formation, and is, therefore, adapted to ----4) '
r: Messrs. Blanton and llayne have their haudu {Key West is becoming a a greater variety of complaints than any These lunds >in; i.l; 't. limJi-nil. fludinsr: Yt-Hnw! Pine. Whito Oak. Hickory.

The new stained glat-s windows received the laagest stock of drygools gieat cigTr* mapufacluring center, and other known medicine. CyprpHC, t"t('. T' -1' M. ivrrs will mlkl- "lccilllnlrJ"IfI". '.

and the new carpet and pulpit chair shoes cl'Ook'I'ptc.. with ybor City, Tampa, and lither points --1'We -
add very much to the appearance of this, ball and, to reiiiforct KeyYest, Florida i is becoming Boils and Carbuncles, am also :1' 'c'hlcnll1 l fur thl: FLOHIDA SOUThERN UAILROAD.and
Pie church.: to place. see quite famous, and reaps Much material Ian I "inty. Iy Felmiary 24. 1888.
:- Ihe ,>byterian them, prosperity from l her cigar iudu tl ics. which defy ordinary treatment, yield to will sell their HI JMIV

and should the planting of tobacco this Ayer's Sarsaparilla after a comparatively .
Capt. A. L. Yon Kirn, has a handpome _. -" -- -- -
even moderately favorable as (GLASSES- brief trial.
year prove
him Sunnysd| iftinS
joeY to
ncwfoumliand sent to yield and quality the 'Alligator State" PAT?JULY IU18TS. Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville.
;. by his brothcr-iu-law qf lfe\v York, We are having 8tme'ery dry is only ou (lip threshold of her fame in Va., writes that for years he was afflicted CARRIAGE FACTORYI'Wagons
weather rain is needed] badly. Mr. H. Hirschberg STARKE
*be is a tine specimen and, the Capt. very this J.lJ\rlicular.-Ciu. Tobacco Journal.; with boils which caused bin
'. is Our regular pastor failed to meet 107 X.
well-known Opti'illlOr
\' just'y pryud of her. The much suffering. These were succeededby
with the last third East Tennessee Limitedis under Planter House) St.
\ us on Sunday, we Fourth str. ( carbuncles, of which he bad severalat .
: ". Mrs p. P. .mith, wife of our wonder what was the matter; bit the favorite train thi- season for returning Louis, ha appointed., J. I.. finikin ol the of
He then use
tourists to take to all principal Airent for l his coli-i lI"Mteoi Diamund one time. began
Siarke' Ms To Order
popular station agent, and her sister Rev.. Mr. Harris of Hampton preached cities in the West and Northwest. The Spectacles und Eyeglasses and Ayer's Sarsaparilla and, after taking ,

Miss Chester left yesterday for they1 two very able. sermons both days above train leaves Jacksonville at 7:00 p. also I for hi* Diamond Nnn.hangeilr three bottles the carbuncles disappeared ,

Rcrnmne! in west (Florida, where they to large congregations, our prayer m., yi* Fast Tennessee, Virginia and Spectacles and Eye lasses. These Ohisess *.- and for six years he has not had Made To Order
This absolutely : Plows
1 icorgia llailuay. route $:s I I rn the invention ever mir'ein : ,
expect'to spend the summer. meetings are getting to be well M-I the shortest and most positively the Sp cl\C'II'S| :Hy .. proper c'olil4trlH'lio"! even a pimple. I .
flr tcnde.1, :i> is also the Sabbath; schi quickest lo tho lolloping ceutret Macon. of the Lens a person pui chasing a That insidious disease, Scrofula, 13 sRepairbj
: Mrs. A. L. VotiKirn ]1'afi' returned! j We think that section bhould I II Ii Atlanta, ClMttanoojH. Cindunll.til" pair of these OIwhange'lhl.8l') the fruitful cause of innumerable complaints I atill kill I ; Jna i i nsatlan: J { with 2 dispatch
.L !jo Starke after several weeks sojourn I every McmphN m Niishyille I and LouiMVille I St. 1 never l has to Hi.uijjj the'e C Jlisxes: frill: Consumption being only one of ; / ;
have a Sunday school, and do :all the Louis, Chics' and A lieville, and is the pnn-ha-eil trf
in g theoves, and every pair
New York w hit i riends and relatives. -I I fatal. Eruptions ulcers,
.! good for the Lord that they can. I hilly line running a solid train from .enaraireeil stlvit it they ever leave I tlr many ,
M VonKini i if muoh improved glandular swellings, weak I E-II() I INO BLACK-SMITHING
':./ rt' : j waul% one to read the 4th chap Jacksonville I to Chattanooga consisting eyes (uu mailer how sore eyes I 110 I S ,
sljt' looks like tlc< trip hai* every of all cias.s"s coaches and Pullman or lh'- Lenses nre x they will furnish! t-t-! and wasted muscles capricious appetite I
peeti ter uf I llebiews the 11, 1 2, 13 verses Manu Unll'et sleepingitars from Jacksonville party with a He\\\' piir of CJla'.s.o-. tree o and the like, are pretty sure indications I '

:',. enjoyed.Th.c I and try and do as it says, study it to Cincinnati without change also charge. J. It. Gaskins ha a full asor'inent '- of a scrofulous taint in the I All kinds Jof Iron and Wood Work solisc'iiIf
a daylight expiet leayiu 'acksonville and invites all who wish to sitintX
t well and hear it mind
beautiful faces
f. Irish jiotata industry! I has: I : dAily at 7:30 a. in. 1'arlor sirs aitacbtMlfioih themselves of thw great stjKn-iority of system. Many otherwise 1I
1' proved to be very profitable, as with I Tho Sunday school convention( I Jacksonville m Jesup Hlwpinz I thc.e. C Jlns"t-M over any and :.Motliera now are disfigured by pimples, eruptions I .

.. K''od care not lts than 50 barrels i will meet at Hope (church the tir>t I cir:from \tlan*to Chattanooga, u i in u'.. i lo call h am examine the s.une a and unsightly blotches, which arise you want al Buggy, Wago.i, Buckbuard, Surrey, Phaeton
; : i ( with through car seiviceji .1. 1... UA.NKIXS.DniujiiSt .
j fmIe)8y) in next September; I want I I from impure blood, showing the need ofAyer's I
tan be grown from an al'rp. the returns -1 Cincinnati, Nash hviI18.I I Mfu\pnN, andWusliiugton nivl (pt l iUI. .
recrived 1. this season *'h"w everybody to try and come, and! to I I and New York. For ttleep- Only A'jjent for Starke. Sarsaparilla to remedy the evil. i or any other vehicle from a_ Baby larriage to a Band-wagon
that I'as .: they readily hrini from. $ .uo write call should give Ayer's Sarsaparilla a fair "
: rate, or on :
..... to .''O.UO per birrel. farmers have all ;agreed to patronize B. H. HOPKINS. p P. A., (). L. KEENE trial,-avoiding all powders,ointments, I can supply your want un short notice. .
:.1 t Uhf new gV's mill at Hampton: where Jacksonviiln, FlImperfect : and washes, and especially cheap and a

Bradford I we get perfact satisfaction.Mr. .' Millinery Fancy Dress Goods worthless compounds, which not only Manufacturing .A Specialty.
: county i iN without doubt fail to effect a cure but more frequently Carriage
ne health givlnjr of the !<. S. I. I lagan paid us a fixing digestion and assimilation aggravate and confirm the diseases they
| portion ,JLOVES IlSO.SSilk
broid visit last week hi l'i*it was much pr"duce disordered conditions of the NOTIONS KID are fraudulently advertised to remedy.Ayer's ,
., btate of Florida this fact I i I I t .
Umbrella. Zephyrs and all kiwis M'OITT, ;
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which and confirmed L r
citizens. are A I
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ontradiciulII enjoyed' by our
:\ i al1dlt.with'on by any of mal -rial for Sarsaparilla ; .. ,
and ;I. b>' ntuileci, Dr." U. lc4ean''llelllth"enill ,

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'. bnt have to point to our hun- use of about $3000 of tIme SemmolrItidirtii C>nic. properiias. cures iadigestioti ,,nd ;:prompt attention to orders. nEl'UED Starke F a.p,
V dredni of growihg children and not a fund lor the purchase of additionul given lone lo the 1StOU\ac.* &.W> per I WII51 Bay St., C.f. Ln'irii. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell Man* ,

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raft\!tad (! Sfctrg \ t fb. but looking up every moment shoeless and stockinglesi, and wIts I OUR STORE_OF COAL THE and Preparedfor farmer should buy nothing thai A Fierce Encounter Ions and Between Jack. Two $tbY- ;' -
Cmmtij \
1III) a 1 expected some one. many merry shout wer dabbling in Eaonch to Supply the Whole World With How the Beans Are Grown on the farm. Some horses /
pet dog was in the front of the the water, he drew Grace's arm within Fuel for ACH narketCortez bo can grow the wheatfield of course are almO 1
which have long Pedetro of Mcxiccwas the roller over incurably
-Run vicious
The United Bozarris must
boat Grace's the his and told his he
Published Every Friday. Hearing step own a should throw the e
pace Great Britain in Hotel recently. To i the'.rost Vrnered by main force.
second to
pampered plaything up and began to and fro on the sands. with by stood only at Hurst's i pleasbt
BTARKE, FLORIDA. bark furiously sprang at her. At the his side. the list of coal-producing countries of reporter he said: plants up. &ruto on my ranch will at times rk! ,
t first Fif- back to Mex on tho homo makes it a man open-mouthed like 'f,
world must intend to
the soon
rnk Jf I did not go -.A morto-an-o a woli
.---L same instant Miss Marl ton detected our At first she had been cold, even the
teen the coal production of I could tell some things aboul fireside gloomy, for it shuts out and it is a regular trick of tho ran.stallions. .
heroine, and. opening her large, lazy haughty; for, after her surprise was years ago ico you the e
THE KING'S FOOLThe the United States was only onethirdthat the that would open the eyesof sunshine of and ftc eho artetiness. In a great many-indeed
eyes, stared again this time even more over she told herself that there could country prosperity ,
King In of Great-Brtain; it is now abouttwothinl the Americans who think of going In most localities there are wild'
one day. generous mood Enpercilionsy than the day before. have been no mistake that he was falseto
Presented to bis fool easy to conceivethat in mines or any thing fatten best when fedthree horses to be found which although'
there to invest
Grace hurried on as fast as she could the core-that he was only, even -Turkeys
A cap of wondrous beauty rare of the best thingfor them a" i invariably of domestic
But first laid down this rule: I I"Vfhcn her cheeks hot with mortification and now, seeking t amuse himself. But the enormous deposits else, but it would not be the times day. allowing decent big
anger. But her haste was not sufficient when he drew her arm within his own, practically yet untouched, this my future happiness if I expect tc the corn they can eat. If penned in either themselves runaways
you can find a greater fool. will in the distant future not few wealth discontented and some ranch or Indian
her of and her with his country dwell them. The become outfit, or else
Than thou 0 Clown" ho said to carry out sight hearing when he looked into eyes among coops they
'Present him with my compliment before she saw manly formwhichshe fearless look of innocence, and whenhe only be able to supply coal to a vast Americans who go there for pleasureand will not thrive or fatten.A claiming such for their sires 'and

And place this on his head." j knew only too a well-and heard a told his story in his frank, manly population at home but will servo as a to meet the President and drink correspondent says that "a good dams yet are (quite as wild a? the an-

"The King was taken ill one day, voice that made every pulse of her body yet impassioned way, she broke utter storehouse t the rest of the world if his health receive a wrong impressionof way to learn a calf to drink, is to 'tolope on whose domain they have in- .
And feeling death was near the time is ever"reached when their coal in Mexico towards Americans cob. put trl11f d. Ranchmen ruu In these
thri. was Stuyvesant Mortimer ly down, and would have fallen into the feeling punch the out of :corn I wild
He sent a summons for his tool, I deposits show signs of exhaustion. A It's all right to raise pith mouth put J horses whenever! possible, and .
Who quickly did appear. suddenly appeared from a his arms i it had not been for the children in general. the cob in calfs all they
grove on the other side of the stream, playing so near. As it was, the report made to the Geological Surveyon the glass and exclaim: 'Long live the tho nose in the milk in the pail." I tare but little mol difficult to break

I'm Frcm going which on a Til journey ne'er soon return" and t whom Miss Marlton called to tears rolled along her < beek and her this subject by Charles A. Ash- President!' but I'll tell you that thereis -In procuring trees in the spring i I[than the so-called "tame" animals

The King said speaking low and .:1; come and row her home, turning her eyes emphasized the whisper in burner gives many interesting and no more freedom in Mexico, and nc should not bs overlooked that nut tho wild stallions arc, whenever
-e way yet to learn." boat a she spoke toward him. I which she begged forgiveness for having valuable facts regarding the present more regard for the will of the majority will thrive better than !I possible shot; both because of their
Then you've no preparation made Grace got back to the house, I wronged him, even when things output of coal and the prospects for than there is in Russia. I had forgotten younger those that aro larger. The older a tree propensity for driving off the ranch
'> In all these year.0 KlBgT" that afternoon she never knew. She things seemed so, pronounced against future development. The products of myself, however, and will now speakof the liability to loss. Young mares, and because their incurable
The fool said, wond'ring, to his lord, Great Britain 1886 was 157.518- its the greater viciousness makes
during them
must almost have flown, for she was the vanilla bean, its culture ant and begin to grow always unsafe
"Now give me leave to bring'An root
him."When trees rapidly
out of breath when she arrived. She your father failed and died,the 482 long tons, while that of the United value as a commercial commodity.This transplanting.It companions for other horses
after stl
ace which you once gave i was glad when night enabled her to said, for we tell his story in his States was, including colliery consumption is the costliest bean on earth, early harness more than for men. A wild '
in gracious mood } to wash
With words to find a greater fool- escape from the children again. She own words, though less disjointedly by 112,743,403 short tons, or and there are two places iu Mexico is bad policy the fear3 no beast except the grizzly, and

Now pray, don't call me rude spent long hours fighting down her far, "my impulse was to fly at once. about one-quarter the total production where it flourishes-Papantla, in the with SOp a harness potash injures becomes will not always flinch from an en-

'U obey your majesty, miser. "Yes there was no doubt," But as I was not an accepted lover- of the world. State of Vera Cruz, and Misantla; but the well counter with i; jot it is a curious 'i
t off the dirt as as possible -
And carry out your rule, t herself. "Only the closest as I did not know, indeed, whether I I II It is a curious fact that while the the first place mentioned is the most rusty, rub fc that a jack will almost always -
To place this cap with compliment I: amount of coal handled in this country of it tc with a soft brush, and apply a one in a light The'
J' intimacy only an approaching marriage ever be- your manner now and I will speak followed fil particulars
Upon a greater toL'I've could explain her tone and wou1 me I have, and ever have during that year showed an increase of important dressing of grain black of a fight ths sort were related

Bubbt indeed but never found 1 manner; it was that of ownership; and had, but little t hope for-I had t 1,784,881 tons over the year before, iustrate.' of about 10,000 inhabit with oi or tallow, which leather will fasten soft to me by a man who was en-

'll TU cap becomes your down excellence., 1 i his was that of only too willing ser- wait thCjCnstomary conventional period : there was a decrease $4,419,920 in ants is in the land of the Toconacc the color and make the gaged in bringing out blooded stock

Far more than does your crown.t vice.I And again she said to herself: before calling on you. Meantime I the total spot value, a large proportionof Indians who speak their own dialect, and pliable. 1 1I s from the East Among tho animals
Albany (A'T.) Journal. "Oh how I despise him!" And then: thought it my duty to tell my father the products being sold far rarely cut their hair or shave then costs but very little to have the under his charge were two great 8tal.

I .'How I despise m'sel for being affected that I loved you and that I intended to under tho cost of production and beard, take a bath only once a year yards look neat. A foW trees and a l ions one gray and one black and a

A LITTLE'fiOMNCE.. : by it at all. tel you so the first moment I saw you.I delivery. Yet tho larger partof and are as indolent and improv row of hedge, with a plot of flowers* fine jackass not much over half the

!. I I The next day broke more sultry than expected some opposition. My father, the coal mined in Western Pennsylvania ident as any people on earth. here and there the whole costing buta sizo of either of the former. The ani. "

II II I I ever. Mrs. Leigh, who was a kind- alas! good as he was to me, worthy as Mr. Ashburner declares, in spiteof The vanilla grows on a vining plant, few dollars will add $100 to the mills were l kept in separate pens, but
One "Quito Like a Bit Out of,a : hearted woman in her way noticed he was in some respects had that excessive a common impression to the contrary which i.j found wild in the forests- value of the place by giving it an at-' one day both horses got into the same

Story Book. Grace's exhausted air and attributing love of mone which so many was sold at the mine for more round about Papantla, clinging to the traptive appearance. Spade up thd closure, next to the jack-pen arid

it to the heat and the confined schoolroom successful bankers acquire. He was than the cost of production. The discovery trees and bushes for support. The front yard all spread a thick layor oj -began to fight as orly enraged stallions

It; was a cruel moment when Miss t I. suggest that the children desirous that I should marry an heiress. of natural gas, which it was bean begins to ripen the latter part 01 manure over tho ground turning tin- can striking like boxers with*
should with supposed might afl'ect the demand for ground over again in the spri fl',,. their forefeet and biting with their
Grace Courtney after her change pf a holiday. Rumor had once linked my name November or the first of December, and
fortune first met her former rival, tile "They looked a little peaked poor that of Miss Marlton, but I had never coal, has only served to force it into a then the natives take their children -I only a very little quantity o! teeth. The gray was getting the best,

rich and haughty Miss They things themselves," she said. "I have seriously thought of her. In fact. wider market The usc of natural and go out into the forests and gather granulated honey is put into liquid of i; but while clinched with h antagonist

had been leading belles Mar, \ years before been promising them a picnic all sum after I saw you at that first Patriarchs'balloh gas in Western Pennsylvania alone beans unt they get all they can carry. honey it will all be granulated in : in one tussle they role
down Beach. shall I it? 1 took the place of tons of coal a short time, so barrels or vessel the breaking
in society, and rumor had said mer on Briery Suppose ever forget 20,0 All kinds are put into their sacks j against jack-pen. Il
were for the hmdofyoung you all bundle'off together in the don- knew that there was but one woman in day during that year, 15,000 of them in together, and brought into tho which have held granulated honey No sooner was the jack at libertj ;!

Stnyvcsant competitors the solo heir of key cart: and spend the day there. I the whole world that I could ever love. Pittsburgh. Yet the bituminous minesof town of Papantla to market. will, i refilled with liquid honey, than: with ears laid back and mouth
Mortmer. will nice lunch for do head. Hear the State made a larger output than cause all to become solid. Iu he made straight for the
the banker or name. But Grace,'s have a put up you. Stay, not shake your Here there are a number of soon i wide open,
father had failed and then died,leavinghis The road for most of the way lies me out. owed something, you must ever before, the superior quality of the buyers, being principally Spaniards the same way sections which bavo two holies, who had for the moment

family destitute. She was glad, in through shady lanes. You will b bet admit, to my father. I was bound by coal giving it the preference in distant or Americans, and the competition _in been partially filled one season any separated. The gray turned to meet

this emergency, accept a situation ter for it, my tear, YOU'self"They duty-in some degree, at least. Well", markets over local coals, and so making trade reminds one verymuch; of a the uncapped cell granulated will i him, rearing on his hind legs .L.

as nursery governess t in the pretty tillage had. gone a mile, and my father, after a stormy interview, up for the falling off in the home street where second-hand stores prevail used another season, make all the and striking at him with hi .'>

of Seaverge on the shore of Long were slowly climbing a sandy hill, proposed a compromise. I I went to demand. is- and runners arc out soliciting the trade honey granulate. fore-feet; but the jack slipped in "
Island Sound. To go out, in this half- Grace driving, and the two little girls you, he said, he would never forgiveme. The Pennsylvania output nearly of the natives. The old women are -A writer in the Western Rural and in a minute grasped his antagonist .

menial condition in New York, wh re and their brother chattering away in He did not believe in my affections two-thirds that of the entire Union.the generally in the lead, half naked, perhaps says: "None of what we call our native by i he throat with his wide-open ','

BO many knew her she felt to be impossible the highest spirits when suddenly a ; it was only a youthful Excluding colliery consumption with bare breasts, long disheveledhair stock have any thing like a fait jaws all then held on like a buldog .,
1886 107.C82.209
total for
; but here in this quiet and secluded pedestrian came out from the woodson fancy were his words; as for you bead output was furnished and haggard faces begrimed with chance. I we buy a high-priced in- all four feel planted stiffly in ;
place she wasnotlikellytomeetformer the right and, springing nimbly understood, from your father, that short tons; of this Pennsylvania sweat and dirt Then come the children proved dairy cow we think nothing t '( The stallion made tremendous efforts -.

acquaintances, she thought down tho bank, was going in the oppo- an alliance for you had been settled 62,857,210 tons, 36,696,475 anthracite equally pitiable in appearance, good for her.V are almost inclineto t to shako him off; ho would try to whirl :'

"In time 1 shall she said site direction when little May called elsewhere. False, you say? Thank and 26,160,735 bituminous. finally the old men bring up the take her into the parlor. and if we round and kick him, but for that the ..

herself. "as I shall forget"forgotten," t aloud: you for the words. They are the first Next to Pennsylvania and comes Ohio Illinois with ant rear. Their long, stiff hair, matted do not we do not think that the paiit-t jack was too short; then he would rise ;{tup

the- very summer after she went "Don't you know me, Mr.-Mr. kind ones-do you know-Jou have with 9,246,435 tons dirty sometimes, stands[ out is any too good for her. She gets the lifting the jack -ff the gl'ound '

to lUt Soaverge an enterprising innkeeper Stranger? I'm the little girl who lost spoken to me. My father, then had 8.425,21; Iowa and West Virginia are ant twelve or fifteen inches, while then best food that the farm affords ant if and strike: at him with his. fccli .\.

put up a spacious hotel, directly by the her penny yesterday in the village, been misinformed. But it staggered about on a level, with something over beards, filthy and long, lend a finish tc that is not first-class! we buy : but all that lie gained by this was to

water, and laid out around it some fifty and you were the kind gentleman to me. Ah! you say there was some .,0,0 tons each. After Indiana the picture hat is most revolting."The is If there is any thing of merit in kin his foe's front legs without nakj

acres of ornamental ground. Immediately find it for me." ground for it, as your father had really 3,0,0 and lIn'lamwith bains are purchased by themiddlemen tho animal it can not keep coming out ing him looso his hold. Twice they

f Seaverge became not only a Grace would have given the world i wished such a match. And you woul 2,517,577 tons, no produced as at the rate of $10 or $12 conspicuously. But any thing is good fell, ami twice the stallion rose, by
fashionable but nn aristocraticone the child had not spoken for she have nothing to do with i? Bess you much as 2,000,000 tons. It is worthy of per taken as they are put up by enough for the common cow." main strength dragging the jack with .3
resort still in the 1,00
a well, two are not always recognized again only too well, that again. Oh, had I only that! note as showing we arc the One thousand good-si/ed -I is a mistaken policy to feed' out him; but al in vain. Meanwhile the t

the same. And here, one morning, tall, lithe form and that free, swinging Finally my father as I have mere infancy of our coal production green natYe vanilla beans will weigh sixty fodder of all kinds first CU- black attacked both the combat. ,,:

when out on an errand, Grace came step She said to herself: "He saw promised that if I would go abroad two that only 8,272,501 short tons were pounds; when cured about ten pounds tie having been pampered with tHe ants w ih perfect impartiality striking

suddenly on her old rival, who vas ; he was hurrying away, and now years, giving my word of honor not to produced during 1886 in what is called Tho first fine morning planks art best the farm afforded early in the kicking them Avilh his hoof. .f,

driving along one of the country this vexatious child has called him see you or write t you, he would, at the Western coal field, stretching from arranged and covered with quilts, on season and there being nothing l elc while his teeth as they slipped of i

in a phaeton, behind:pair of handsome rLs. back; he will think I whispered<1 to her the end of that period, consent to my the Mississippi to the Rocky mount which the beans arc laid after being divested that coarse stuff to feed them later, tough hides met with a snap that ,
ponies, and with : footman in livery to do it, and he and his bride will jeerat wish, if I still said I loved you. He ains, the best of it, by the way, being of their stems. The sweating find it difficult to make the change, of a bear-trap. Undoubtedly thiej j jack 1

and cockade iu the rumble. : me all the more." urged that this was not much for him mined in the Indian Territory; yet process as it is called, then takes place get "of their feed" all what is uiior'. would.have killed at least one of the (>

# .'1: wonder if she will speak to rue," Stuyvesant Mortimer turned alI's to ask, as he had always been a goo the coal area there is greater than that and has to be repeated seven times before come out in the spring a sorry-looking. horses had not the men come up. and :

thought Grace her first impulse beingto cal and coming up to the wih parent to me,( which God of any other coal field in the United the water is out. Then the lot. I they were intended to be soTd. with no small difficulty separated the '.,

turn away. But she had a brave quick impulsiveness, cried, holding out with emotion, "he was. Thus en- States The coals arc of great variety al are heated slightly and placed their price will be distressingly low, maddened brutes. -TlzcodorcRosocvett. "

soul; and so: after a moment's hesitation his hand to tho child: treated, for he fairly begged now with and underlie a fertile agricultural on( rows of shelves to drj and they must undergo another summer in Century.. .

she looked full at Miss "Why so it is, absolutely my little tears in his eyes, I consented. Perhaps country destined in time to bear an and air, after which the assorting of best pasturage, another winter: ...- -

latter saw Grace, Marlo.Tho fairy, but now.disconsolato no longer.We I did wrong. I have ofter thoughtI enormous population. Its rapid increase process takes place and the} of more rational fec'ling. and come THE JOCKEY CLUB.

t recognized her. for her face are coinjron quite an expedition ttcl No? You never would have must necessarilj'_ stimulate_u the_ are placed in packages containingfifty out the next spring very costly beet- .'I
fushed. of local mines.. The suffering -
even turough its abundant too, aren't we? A picnic or somethinglike marled me, ).01 say, against my development beans each variously graded. .American .AgricuUitrist. Some Ctirtou Unle-taml Kelics of the 101. .
of this winter in various parts: Famous Club of 1'arN.
powderbnt.e did not bow on the iP" wish You would have torn Three weeks would be sufficient time S. .
; of the West for lack of coal ought to I One of the rules of the Jockey club ::
she stared if the Gree's whole body was'a quiver of me from heart first? Does that
contrary, as two had your for the curing if fine weather could bt HIBERNATION OF BEES. .
and undoubtedly will lead to the i is that no can cross the ,
open. stranger
nevcMnct before. nerves She sat with her eyes down- mean, with a cry of joy, "that you had, but this is the case, and it t
of mines home than the rarely Views of Gentleman Who Given of the club There _
.'I might'have known it," said Grace cast and her face hll averted apparently have given me :place there-that you ing nearer sometimes takes from four to five I Subject Careful Study.;. the thresboh proper. ?
present sources. The fact that tHilcrnation one or two parlors opening from
Colorado : re
bi ,"our.worlds I absorbed in right will me now? Oh! Grace, if you
.I now are dferent marry months. Last year the beans sold lou I understand to be litfe ,
tcrI. produced in 1886 1,368,338 tons the sta -case which are considered as :
which held the
indolent hand will only have pity, if will only .
an stare am sure reins you $U a hundred, which was about z sleep, only far more anti '
I and Kansas 829.- profound the cluVs domain where
1,400,000 outside and
Wyoming ,
if she had-been a Governess'andI "Oh, yes,I answered May "on :pic realize how much I love you! I wentabroal1 but to this
poor ; pound, owing heavy crop persistent! In this state, rcspiralic
355 and Indian ; wait while send in
the heiress I could not have treated nic. And we'r going t have such a But my father relented at the Territory 53-,580. and the growing competition 01) is greatly reduced-the temperature strangers may they .
,shows that considerable has year their Another odd feature of
her so.'! 1 4 : jolly time. Don't you wish you were first year and I was coming progress the business we have to sell our best falling nearly or quite to that of tiesurrounding names :
been made in this direction decoratedwith
too?" when I heard of his death. Since already the H a long gallery
She had known coming home cub
{ always that Miss beans
at $12 a pound, or hundred, and air, the heart beats *
I Marlton hated her. Nor was the rejason ."Of course I do," with :hearty sympathetic that time I have searched everywhere though these figures can only be regarded the inferior at from 7 to 810. The feebly and has powers through very hundred and fifty portraits "'!

y far t seek. The latter had come cut laugh. "Jolly times ars not for you. But you had disappearedlostto as the faintest foreshadowing principal markets for vanilla beans arc lightened to circulate i impure .f members of the club. Some of
S of what the product of. the Western irriabity. these picture arc veritable caricatures .
earlter than so frequent with me, I assure you thatI old world completely no clew
year Grace and young your ; New York, St. Louis and Chicago. or venom The anima!,
coal field be one of these days.As and excite much tha Trart
1 Morttmwv during the winter had can afford to miss a chance of one. to Jon was left. Yet you say wi when hilarity on
take '
frt They are bought chiefly by wholesale hibernating no food is .;
for Rocky mountain region of those who fortunate enough
been quit$ atentve when Grace But will Miss-Miss-I beg pardon for that three days ago, you met Miss druggists and fine confectioners, and torpid and hard to In [ are '
took not knowing her name-allow me- and that are sure she with its enormous deposits, the geologists m'ousc 111 to! see them. The card rooms are, like :,
society by you hibernation there is emission
article of
str : arc becoming an important ol no
telvenont God! it is Grace herself!" ? That she have done nothing more than those of all Parisian magnificent '
after Miss Marlton lost hal.wonanquest" Goo you saw you again Mexican commerce. Last year in the fecal matter. Most insects do cubs. "
"She is having her Up to this moment he bad been so yesterday? Why, it was only then guess at the area in which workable of alone hibernate indeed, so that and are open night. The
revenge vicinity
'V with the child that he that for the twentieth time I tell coal beds will be found, and their surmise Papanta. 60,00,0 profoundly great oval salon of the club is known '
4 now,: : thought Grace with renewed engrossed had was were exported. -tit. Louis Repu lican. nl respiration and c'nMlatioii: are be
is somewhere beyond 200,000 and h in the of tho members the
blttrnes "I don't suppose he ever only a vague idea that there was a ing her of my anxiety to find you. In Y. Tribune. ._ abeyance. I have had a
4 thnk of me": Ah, well, why should governess sitting next to her; but who love with her? My manner like it? 30,0 square mis.-V 0- to the condition of caterpl1u'sfl'ozea an icicle, Camp do Chalons. It reminds ono of
4 A SHIP BY MOONLIGHT.Poetic of the most splendid rooms at
am only a poor governess, and, the governess was, or even i she were Ah, if JOI would only believe whom I CLEVER COUNTERFEITS. and yet,with warmth revive and seem 4omo
since' !Els father is dead he is one: of pretty, lie had: no thought But now, .: do love." All this so earnestly that Something:: About the Cleverly Executed Description of the Fairest Sight all right DjGjer. R.)anmcr nad: Kirby Versailles; and in this cliamberthmilitary
the richest young men, they say in as he looked up, rather expecting to Grace felt she had mistaken his man Railed Mol' Alnde. Ever Seen by !an. al record tho same startling fart clement i always mostOflSpCLI0US.

Amerca She ended with a sigh, -see some sour-visaged, middle-aged ner, through her own scnsiyeness no The United States Secret-Service A sailing ship moving quietly on- Now 1 how is it with 1 our b ee-Iu\c-? ; No Minister of War

broke a moment after, into a. half- spinster, ho beheh tho sweet, downcast (doubt; tor, after all, a gentleman sleuth-hounds have captured and "run ward or lying restfully in the heart oi The organs of the mammals, in hibernation has yet been brave enongh

contemptuous laugh. I I profile ,only woman who refuse an invitation from a lady? in" a raised silver certificate that has a calm offers a surface upon which tho are as cold, often as surrounding to fulminate against card-playing

"What do you think I heard' said had ever touched his heart and who And, when he accepted, ought he not been inaccurately described in the !)a- magic brushes of tho moon will painta air. I have. found, by pAtting t 'jy oflicers attached to the. _Paris garrison -

Mrs. Leigh t her husband the net day was looking all the more lovely because to accept graciously? "So you really" pers. At the headquarters of these- hundred lovely things. The clear, a thermometer" into the cluster or passing through the capital

at luncheon. "It is that young Stuy- of her half-mourning dress and he went on, impetuously), catching he' cret service in the Treasury building sharp shadows resemble jet inlaid that in the case of bees the temperature anti the card table is a refuge for t}

vcsant Mortimer is to marrv<. Miss the traces of sorrow and suffering on eye now, "forgive mc all, at last? Oh, the correspondent was shown the spurious upon the ivory of the plnks The will always range from twenty to officer who has little to do except
Marlton." f her face. Hence the broken ejaculations dearest!" curiosity and the true inwardnesswas spaces of splendor upon yards be- thirty degrees Fahrenheit above the look forward through : long vista of

"Wh't! the daughter of tho i great with which he checked the request The "little romance," as Mrs. Leigh told by an oflicial, who said: tween the black dyes wrought by the outside cold in. winter. I!' severe fears to his far-off promotion. The

operator?" 1eplcl Mr. Leigh. he had been about half sportivelyto persisted iu calling it, of Grace and "This, which, by the way is the interception of the reflection of the weather there may be a difference of billiard halls and the citing rooms

"Well, it's :great even for her.Railroad proffer. Mortmer. made a great sensation at most cleverly executed raised note ever end of a boom or the clew of a sail, from sixty to eighty degrees. We thus ire all magnificently decorated. In
shares yon know, my dear His hat, too. was off in a moment Seaverge and in New York. "It was seen in the department was seized in are like bands of shining silver. see that the vital action of bees does {this room is a picture of the famous i

have a queer habit often of becoming Ho looked so eager, so astonished, so quite like a bit out of a story book," the South. The head of Dexter, who There is nothing fairer than the reflection not fade out and, of course, the main- horse that once belonged toM. Bowes

next door t worthless; but the Mortimer glad, s rapturous, al in succession.tbnt as the dowager, Mrs. Golcnrol said. was once Secretary of the Treasury of a sleeping ship with her springs action, the heart and at one lime the director of tho Varieties -

fortune made in railroads has Grace, who turned to-him "It is like a fairy tale, May. ha been cut from a fractional 50-cent canvas hanging silent upon the yards, respiratory organs, tIe not greatly Theater.. This horse, whoso name

been transferred t Government bonds coldly at..first, was herself astonished, "Yes it's better than even Cinderella," piece and pasted over the vignette of stealing out to the light of the moon lessen or, much less, fade away. Btcs was West Australian, was s01 by M.

and.pthcr! f'st-cas securities, and as and-shall we say it?-stirred also to added the other sister; and she danced, Martha Washington. The descriptions that soars sparkling as if wet from the also take food, are constantly chang Bowes for the modest price 125.00

safe as gold her inmost heart. in irrepressible glee, up and down the hitherto published state that George sea The white glory gushes vailliketo ing their position and are easHyaroused. ; francs with this singular reserve: "

"They say," returned wife, "that For what could it mean? Was it school-room. "And he's a bully fellow Washington's vignette was substituted the trucks high aloft in the clear I do not believe that bees 'The former owner of this horse shall

this young Mortimer is one df tho possible there -had been some terrible -ho gave me this pocket-knife," I for Martha's, but you see that is a mis- obscure, and sinks wanly from sail to can be taken at any time unless always receive 15,000 francson every ,

handsomest of men and :great .;elL" mistake? Surely that look, the pas chimed in Master Jack proudly dis- ; take. The figures '50' and the word sail until the fabric, that a little while fatally or seriously chill e.l, and yio, new bet won by the horse." This f

Ah!" replied her husband. *f'cll, I sionate emotion of the voice, were not playingone with something like twenty I fifty' were also cut from the fractional before was but a deeper shade upon cluster be broken in a warm room shrewd condition brought into M ;

don't know him, even in business. In counterfeit! Her head swam, and .she blades. I currency. The figures '50'( in the back the evening dusk, gleams out into an anti 1hey not show full activity. There Bowes' pocket 30,000 francs in .

I fact socially the Mortimers have always thought she would faint Almost the only one who thought or were taken from canceled revenue inexpressible loveliness of phantomform fore I repeat, I do not think that our ,. racing season of 1884. In tho betting I.

moved in a higher sphere than "Miss Courtenay, said Mortimer, spoke otherwise was Miss MarIon. stamps." The official then displayed and airy substance. Stars, brightas bees hibernate. The great Kirby, of room is kept the celebrated betting .
the Leighs. He's been in Europe, you observing her agitation mastering liis She had tried in vain to her counterfeit $2 silver certificate Coleridge's tiny sun amil the England, is in accord with this; he book,,each leaf of which is numberedand

know,'' for a year and more hand in own emotion with great effort, "I have chagrin, but her efforts to entrap Mortimer which had been raised from a'2 cer- branches, sparkle in brass glass; says bees do not hibeJ nate. Prof. A. countersigned. This sacred .register "A

glove, I'm told with the best people been seeking you for monthseversince had been too public, and, to tificate. This was not as good a sam- and along the rails there is a diamond J Cook, in Gleaninos.Is contains the record of some of

there.t my retur from Europe, indeed. escape the sarcastic condolence of her ple of work as the other, but it passesall twinkling of dew, and the sheen upon t_- the most remarkable follies of this i

Grace hear ths conversation with : May I- and the pleading tones of "thousand and one" society friends, the same. The figures were cut the canvas seems to overflow the belt- Table Ornamentation.It century. All kinds of bets are here J

.' beating heart she always lunched his voice were eloquence itself-"do in she was forced t go abroad, departingin from a cigar stamp. General Han- ropes and frame the irradiated spaces registered as for instance: "Such
: with Mr. Mrs. Leigh; theiil lunch earnest what I proposed just now in time 'to.avoid the wedding-day of cock's vignette adorns this elevated with a slender atmosphere of light is said that bright-colored salons horse has more bottom than such an- i

wa i in bet her dinner. She blid] not jest? May I join your little party? I Mortimer and Mrs. Leigh's governess. currency. The fact i is the f2 silver delicate as 3 mist. To the small sway- are not now fashion-ably laid down other horse," "Mile. X. is so many ;

llcal'bfore of her old lover's absence see that you think hardly of me. Per- Chicago Herald. certificate has not been and it ing of the vessel the moonshine on her tho center of the dinner-table; that Fear older than Mile. Y.," etc.-Cos ,

.. in E rop. and only knew of his haps I deserve it But oh! give me a will bear Secretary Manning's vignetewhen decks flows like running rivulets of dark plush scarf, undecorated lit 'ropolaJ. :
1* -. :paragraph in the news chance at least to explaiu. The vilest --"I wouldn't cut that tree down if it does come before the public. quicksilver; the shadows alternate edited with a heavy silk cord, pro I ..- i

t per. Naturally she could not help criminal is allowed that Afterward/, I: were you," said a ,'isitot t a Rich- It is barely ready. with the brightness, a11 the reflected more house the popular. In one fashionable I News from the West 1

bemg move at this news. But her lip if you say so, I will go away-forever laud township farmer who was about The colored people of the South are filigree of the rigging crawling to the small ferns flqpr decoration is confined MNs Wabash (of Chicago)-I hear

curled contempt as she recalledthe -" to chop down a large oak. "Remember generally the victims of the most swingof the structure makesone thinkof t growing in pure white that Mr. Porcine is fitting him- ,
: fact, that ho had deserted her the He did not wait for a reply in words. that after you fell it you can not wretched counterfeits. The bills used the thin boughs of : leafless.tree vases colorless upheld by cupids of the sane self for young the -.4

moment she became poor. He had always been masterful, and | replace it". "Can't I?" replied the by the students in commercial colleges stirred by the wind against some snow- substance. other fanciful designs Miss stage.Yes, and I think it IS
She slept but little that night natu- Grace felt the old spell on her. She i farmer. "You don't know. After I are frequently passed upon the "man lad rise.-Clark Russell, in Macmtt- tacles. being utilized for these rec;'p- I heard him that he l

rally. The children were especially made no objection, therefore, when he chop down, what is to prevent me and brother" of the rice and cotton regions .an's Magazine.Miss and A new fancy is to lay the thin too do well as he had say a large i

,: trying next day for the prolonged heat 'rnt to the donkey's head, and mut- chopping it np?"Pittsburgh Chroni- so the service relates.-Wah.ington -. narrow A slices white of bread in thosenictt. ought repertoire ho meant- abattoir ofourse
satin ribbon
r was telling on their tempers. S* after about "helping it Leter. Smith is
> tering something tip etc. : darling Eddie, around the and it will take large abattoir I
)lessons were over. Grace starteH for a the hill," took it by the bridle and led -. '-"And do you-0-- really- love me. IOU must know how much I love you. ferns and while whole flowers and a spray; ol( : to lit Jim Porcine for the stage.Besides I
; walk following the 1tlt brook on its it to the top of the ascent Her heart -A St. Louis. man says that March George?" she asked. "Love !" Be my own" dear husband! I have Where abc\e. belong to his lather. I
: shady side, as it to the tea. It was in such a flutter that she could not i is the lucky month for the birt of repeated George fervently. "Why, M.OOO a yearanl you shall have lovely I crystal a forms pedestal the lamp or one of ut Jon't suppose i have a.dollar until i

: was a pretty streamlet, wifeuing at have spokou if she had 1 1tl Of course great statesmen, and instances, support while I was bidding you good-by on :lothe<5. a pony, and :v billiard-table. effective canter-piece is a pr.tyamI tho old gentleman ho'l dies.-# hSm

places to quite a small river, and in lip found his opportu/aty, and that before of lu- statement, the fact that the porch last night, dear, the dog bit And Il let you moke all over the by the use of background securec S
a of ,
places full of water lilies. Turning n long, The beac'n was only a short many of the Presidents of the United a large chunk out of my leg, and I house. He (lnhing-"Yon) must pink silk bolting-cloth square mat which < or ""t"1 I

' corner, Grace came suddenly on MIl, "' ', -f.* -' r mile. off, on the declivity of StatPi and sovereIgns of. Europe. werfbtjvn ; never noticed It until I got home jsx my father, Miss Smith."- passion flowers are, represented on rqsesor In -San Francisco policemen uy they -'S
: sittIng In boat, lr' 'rle the : to that aft .
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