The Starke telegraph
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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1888
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060860
oclc - 33901150
notis - AKP8953
lccn - sn 95047405
System ID: UF00086646:00043
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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OFFICIAL PAPER OF" THE COUNTY! ::Ratified by Board of Count* Commissioners, January 2 18'88. : .. j> .

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,4. : lw tw| 1 ml 3 ml 6 ni12| mfl Tr .' A \ } 'i ilj'l': E If\\ GOING TO JOHN. COLD LAKE SUPERIOR.A EARTHQUAKE-IN THE. '.SOUTH. THE MURDER- ASET :

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..' 00 825 4 OOl 00 15 Oo30! 00S "No, ma'am." Certain Death. Awakened and Terribly Fright- -
10.'M.) 00 T 0 8 00 12 0*) &! oo W oo is oo IK on :ii) onjos' on "Going south, then?" How cold the dark water of Luke Superior eneL WEFOKI THE JUSTICES. \

.): ;::r.10. OOllS 00 0 00,20 00.50 00 HO 00 COMER L. "I don't know, ma'am." is. One evening when we were COLUMBIA, S. C., Jan. 12.-At 1:55: : this ., .

: Ltfn*for the first and five cents for PEEK "I: never was on the cars. I'm waiting steaming across that lake I asked the mate morning the people of Columbia were LEWIS Itll'HABD BOUND OVER
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(Insertion time adrertleementa ...,.. >.: for the train to go to John."' what was done when a. man fell over startled by a loud rumbling sound which ?:!to COURT! .. i .
r upon apr -
"John?" board. He coolly replied: -Nothing." In about five seconds was succeeded! by a -
Starke Bradford Couiif Florida. i "Oh! John's my son. He's out in Kansas "Why I asked, astonished al his decided earth tremor. ItSLJUSED voc APPEAKJLNCE CXDttO3R: ..... '.

I SOCIETIES. on i" claim." i I heartlessness. Sleeper were awakened by the shock, THOUSAND DOLLAR BOND.: ..." > .

I .- "I'm going to Kansu myself. You I I "The water of Lake Superior is so cold and. many persona were so terrified that The :Preliminary. --------- -0' -.',_ -... ,,_. .

_ford LodK* No. 42 F. and tend to visit?" in'l I I that a man cannot live in':'it during' the they rusted into the streets. The vibrations The Court':.presided Trial .
;,.Eegular communications thrid Attorney. At Law. over by 1ttgiatratelJ. 5 ,
i in each L.month.W. KlCKUTER."Secretary. Abstract of Title.Office 'Jn connection, "No, ma'am." ,,: time it takes to stop a rapidly moving' ves- continued about ten seconds apparently -! Wynn and Ujunn, was called at 10 A. M. .... '.

c,1 Aln.tGBT W. M. ,* She said it with a sigh so heart-bur 1 I sel and lower a boat" he replied. Then moving from north to south. Friday last. '.* -

Real Estate dened the touched. !I he added: "I Lave sailed on this lake for The shock wa generally; felt throughout : The"witnesses
Bought and stranger was called for the
Sold. .
4 Lodge No. 65 ot F. Ac A. M loans Negotiated. Referance Given- ,Slate -were
the State, but no damage is reported ; .
: Meetings second and fourth "John sick twenty years. During that time I have Dr..Tl4te Powell./ Dr. J. L. Guskiiw, A. L. .

. of each month 2 o'clock. 4"No.: known many men to fall off from vessels.I from any quarter. This is the first seismic VonKirn. J J.: C. Clark, andE. D. Wall. ..

IRDEK. CHESTER NORTUUP.y. Agent for The evasive knojv of who escaped disturbance worthy of notice experienced The .
W. :Master.OF SWANK &WILLJAMSLANDS. tone the look of pain in one man only witness- for the defence were M. .

' \ It the furrowed fact, were noticed by the death. lIe was saved by a scratch. The m this section within the past twelvemonths L. McKmniy, F. A. Audreu, Gordon "RI-- .

Dp. ORDER ; RED MEN. lady who asked these questions as the others were apparently killed by the chard, George. Richard and Miss Maltie .

TRIBE No. 1, FLA.-Council et gray head.bowed ou the toil-marked hand. the shock produced by falling into such Charleston Shocked. Jones. .

fuan 4tetr &cb Starke Wednesday's Fla.- Suep.Wigwam ] Bargains t in Fla. HomesInvestments She: wautcil to hear her story, and to help I cold water. He picked up an empty can I. CHARLESTON S. C.. Jan. 12.Therewas The Stale proved Ike killing of Miller, ... .

. her. to which a string was attached, and cast that he
Brothers cordially invited to "I an earthquake shock at Snmmerville m4e} a dying declaration claiming .

ful f Cut G. W. IICKINXEY, "- "- "Excuse me-John in trouble] ?" it overboard. The can skipped' from the at 9:55 this morning. The disturbancewas his slayer to b Haraej AdoInU! and -

1alI... 1a I Sachem.'fUIJA''i NO SPECULATIVE, FANCY PRICES, FULL VALUE ":ho: no-I'm in trouble. Trouble my crest of one wave to that of another for also noticed by some persons here, Lwi Uc artl. that he was rational and ... ..

S old heart never thought to see." an instant! then dipped and filled. The though it was so slight as not to l he felt by %ouud niiud when h made it, but la .

'. rchiefof Records. "The train does not come for some time. hoary-headed mate drew that full can up the majority: of people. There Will: no boring niter great bodily agony; knew t #

May Lda<> No. JO GIVEN FOR EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST. Here, rest'your head on my cloak." and handed it to mc, saying: "Take a damage nod no alarm. that he hai| received his death blow, and.:, .- -

, I O. O. I'. Sleets every Fri "You are kind. If my own were so I drink of that and then say what you anxious for his suffeiinzs -
day night at Odd Fellows) upparlll to end l-
J Hall. Transient brothers Lands SCa-hllIHI- .1 shouldn't be in trouble." 'I think of your chances of swimming in Woman. .
1 1'atJI 1I oircrcd :
cordially A. LL luviled SCOTT,to attend. grow succcvslully: Coru, Button, Rice. "What is your trouble? May be I can Lake Superior for ten or fifteen minutes." In a sermon preached in Brooklyn] Tub The defence proved their.first _1 _1- : -

L r Box 41. Noble Grand.lffi. Sugar Cane. Oats, hay Rye Tobacco Potatoes Chufas. Peas GJ.rl,1en .vegetables] j'help you." I drank deeply] and it was as though. ernacle. lately, by Rev. Dr. Talmage. he Mr. M. : 3IcKimiey.by that the; | '

W.EPPERSON, Vice-Graud. the Orange; !)clcb. Pear Gmne'; Fig. Striwljcrry: Plum Pcr iUlmtln. Melon, &c'&c. "It's hard to tell to strangers, but my liquid ice flowed down my throat. used the following! language in relation to of the shJtJII L | while on his on way evening to Lnkeb .. ,

heart is too full "It is alleged," the mate said, "that this the independence: of women. His text
Leading keep it back. When I Butler, : !
in fruits from Starke.
money crops the ries
are Orange just at
j-trawberry, Peach and Pears while good
tteHURCll DIRECTORY. | left widow lake its dead that to he was from Proverbs. xiv, 1: "Every wise
was a with three children' 1 never gives up dark he lief Lewis Richard
-.. many others are very profitable. Stock Farming ami bUildeth her house." Dr. Tal quite near his -
Poultry RaLaug ]
give satisfactory woman
:11' thought it was more than I could bear; drowned in LaKe Superior is to be buriedfor father's house and spoke to him this

.. METHODIST CHURCH. results. The farm and vegetable garden are profitable: vitbou.t fruit groves and fruit but it wasn't bad as this-" all time. I do not know whether thisis mage said: the witn.s. about seven; o'clock.was. .

Inlce ery Sunday at 11 a. in. andIiTp'm. well The not but I do know that I have "'Woman, a mere adjunct'to man, an thought -
Holiness meeting Tuesday at growing: pays independent of the farm, combining the two is the golden mean. stranger waited till she recovered true or .Mr. Audreu testified to about the same .
.adI appendix to the masculine volume an .
| Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 Dark loauy soil with firm clay suh?uil. Some of the most prolific Orange X3 roves in her voice to go on. never seen a corpse floating; on the lake. thing that he met' "the defendant afttr
"I had only" the cottage and hands. : I wonder if that is true; I doubted it, but appendage a sort cf: afterthought, something dark between his
kw.: s. RICHARDSON, I'\.,>tor.taaday the State: can now be seen in and near Starke and tli joiigho-at Bradford County.Water I toiled,earlv and late all the my till could find no sailor who had seen a dead thrown In to make things eyen- his shirt Sleeves and the mi in .
School at 9:30 years going towards .
pure health good, and Climate! that is the heresy entertained and impliedby utl', .
: SuperintendentruTJIARTIN drlighiful. Come and see for yourself. .. John could help me. Then AVS kept the body floating on the lake.Frank Wilke" he had no firearms was walking slowly. -
:Sec.; t: Ti e.asnrer. "at seme men. Woman's insignificance as
girls I'choolJobn and son. I
Below we few of the bargains ; I me. They were picking ajs teeth.Gordon .
r, '" *v I a now offered in Bradford County: compared to man is evident to them be- .
married: not long ago. .Married rich, too, A SENSATIONAL RUMOR. 'and George Richard, brothers .

;<< BAPTIST CHURCH. I Xo. o. X'j j acres in Staike, 'iicatly: pajed] ,l at.d in cult \'atiull. Xew H story dwelling as the world gbes. John eold the cottage, cause Adam was created first and then of the1 defendant, and Miss Mattie .. -

4erces| at 11 a. in. and at 7:30 p. in.tftmrsneethiK I S seut to the SUDDEN DISAl'PEAKANCE OF COL, J. C, Eve. They don't read.the whole story or Jones
of 7 I me city live with them and all testified the fact
hud i that
rooms : piaster the de
nan e eryVetlnesday liuish.ainple piazzas.; co!:>t'Cl' $1.200.0IJ'GouJ location they would find that the porpoise and the t -.
he went West to begin for himself lie MARCY FROM TIlE CITY. fendant'at the
p.m.W.. G. PATTERSON, Pastor II and a very pretty, home. If sold. snotrvvill-.take] lSUO.O'v) .' I [From the Times-Union. bear and the hawk were created before hour the shooting took .
'fOodaY School meets every :Sunday : said he had provided for the girls and place at'Starke. was at his home Judge '.
I .I On the ."5th insi. Colonel J. C. Marcy Adam, so that this argument drawn from .
orvingat&SO.'VMfA. .N s'j. 4 Valuable Faun :Pinit Grove of Stnrkc theyi>u'.l: provide for me now. Richard's' and did not leave there .
CLARK Superintenflent.F. ,- : ai'.dTtiriciy! : ; jii.-l two mes .south : up to
I suddenly and unexpectedly disappeared priorty of creation might prove that the '
Her voice choked with eleven *
emotion. The < ock. the hour
B. MOHO AN", Seereuiry."fRESBYTERIAN facing: upon F. R. & X.: RR.. tm cast Mile! and public<: County luaJ"'l\i west Slce.40 I from the city, no one, not even the members sheep and the dog were greater than man.No. ( the lights were -
-- strangerailcd iu sileifce"I put out: Gordon testified that Lewis directly ',
CHUltUll.lefrices acres choice-yellow pire land ; 13:: acres of it in exceller.t state of cultivation] ; with I I of his own immediate family know- Woman was an independent crea- after -
went to them in the city. I went t.) eating went to his .

: every Sundat: 11 a. 111. t-tnmp.s nil out. 10U's in Orange Gl'IH"e-GO( to 100 bearing trees!: ,. semevery large j Mary's first.: t She lived in a great house ing anything of his whereabouts. His tion, and was intended, if she chose, to room ia the mill where supper he soon 9

: ..". H. 15. l.'TTlC -E, P.ihtor.cSundty absence was kept a profound secret and live alone to walk alone to act alone, folowed.
School : al iiUO; and fui*', the! Jr.'liiiiiT: : to 7caia old. 150 holce: joihig pi-atii trees of tried and sue _\>ttji_ servants to wait on her; a house him; fu'und defendant lying on his bed
Siintlav :
every I nothing was heard from him until last to fight her battles alone. The saysit .
>!L.. J. P. PKATT, ccbsful varieties ripuninj fron May to October, al out 2.0 'Iutg.Almond trees, coma many times larger than the little cottage rein He and defendant occupied .
: ; Thursday, when his family was notifiedby is not good for man to be alone but th .
%/ 4 St11ftrIflteZI(1eUt. but I !soon\ found there wasn't room same r6oin. though slept in different beds.
S3J I :..: grapes; figs and p<)inn' rt11ates.; Good pure wa1t l. Oidinaiv tenant buildings. Aft fruit. eiioiigh for me-" > telegraph that lie was in New Orleans never says it is not good for women to be That defendant was readingsMark Twain's .

: *::. CHRISTIAN CHUItCII.Acti trees in healthy and urWnng comliti<\n. :Soil: will suited. for truck farming, made The tears stood in lines on her cheeks. but expected to leave that day for parts alone, and the simple fact is that many I both of them down up ..'.. .' .

11:2C-2ti "$-l Vei'-I'I: 1 G. uuknowa. .women who are harnessed for life in the "Sketlhes. lyinf .
; 20 bushels! corn per am-, l.-sT: crop. Come and tee tiic; piopeity and you will consider The ticket agent came out softly, stiircd when put out -
8.Y] Youag. the Pu.lor proiiches at Yesterday wil d rumors concerning his marriage relation would be a thousand .

Jt .t.r. .* HAMPTONj I I'f it a bargain; at the }pi-:ice, S'-I.SOO; cash, or :ij:::.UOO on iu-stalbatnt: .: plan.! the she fire continued, and went: back. After a pause absence were circulated around the city fold better off if they.. were alone. light 9 o'clock, and some they went disturbance t sleep arose; that amongst at about :. 5. '

j; diUt Lord's dltJ at 11 u. m. and Satur- "WcslKntl"subuib) of Mailu"WestEnd" "' it was asserted that he had misappropriated : I. .. ..
No. 5.- Lots CO 1 b', 12b fttl: in : : I went to 1:11'tha's.-"ent .with... a pain I Nations Drink. hogs ia a pen in the yard, and defendant .
Destroyed by _
.N.u;:7,'__O i p. m.STARKE consists! of a 20 acre tract not more than 7 minuU-s walk fioui uiain. business: street, iff my heart I never felt before. I was I! a large amount of money placed in his The great empires of antiquity might got up and stepped out, on the cotton ahe -. Sand -
;3aic. hands for disposition by a Mr. Short, of :
jd i Lord's day at 11 a. m. and enoh depot. mail: and express. It H duly pls.lt ed Und'hctacd, all t>Uvt-ts CO* feet wjdo. 10 willing: to dy anything so as not to be a I Lumber still have been) flourishing but for certain tlo to George, who was in-the :. -
Pittsburg Company, a Mr..Heath .
y6:3Op. in. burden. But that wasn't it. I found house to go and sec what was the matter. .
cherished within their -
: '< fl1O1TL'Ali i to 100 per lot ncmnling tit location.: and a Mrs. Deuton, and had fled to Can destructive age"nC es -
:: weic ashamed of bent old This was ?
they :
my by George and .
bosoms. Ba"Gylon was conquered, ;
-'j\la"Lord's day at 11 a. in. and Saturm. i ada to escape the consequences. Another own [ substg4tel .
Wldero at.7:30 p. Xc. 6.-40 acres wcat of and: adjc.ining, Rtarke CO cultivated. Bearing orange and my withered face-ashamed of my rumor had it that he had disposed of a not so much by the affns! f-UxeJrtedes and .Miss Mattie Jone" -

';r. .. CHURCH WORSHIP, grove of 230: trees; about! 100 others 6 to 8 years olt] !. IScvcial hundred pecan trees oa rough, wrinkled" hands. -made .so toilingfor large amount of properly in at: Augustine Persians, as by diunkenness and Tcrdry. The State I. ly. and we thought .
a."fc* jr- ATOKANGK COLLKGE.fi them- skillfully, represented by Col. C. L. Peek, .
Had it not been for the debauchery of her
Lord's day at 11 a. in. place aud some 50 or more pear trees in grove shape.V: ih! pioper care this propertywill The tears came thick and fast now. and made: off with the proceeds of the while the defeaCe wz! attended by Col's
and the effeminacy her t
King general
t*> PRATER MEETIXG bear in 1888:) at least $300 in oranges. Price, $:$..1)00.) It lies pin full view of the The iitra l1g 'j) hand rested carelessly on same. she have reared her Rhodes and \ ..
t fpdi fednesday at 7:30 I people might long -
Between 10 and li o'clock ]lost night a
We think :
cabin and shelter. head. decision of the Justices '
I town, facing public road. No buildings excepting ; the-gray lofty brow among the nations, with her
, [ CARDS "At last they told r &*nust live at abOlrdicgbo Times-Union repoiter called I at the residence and fair the admiration wa bused almost solely] on the law In re- .. ..

.I PROFESSIONAL Ko. 7.Bodics of 300; to 10,000 acres yellow] pine wikr'' \Dds, well timbered, on and : sc, and they'd keep me there. of his son, J. C. Marcy Jr., in hanging gardens and delight of all palaces beholders.; grro( dyiogJdcclanUions. made when in .. .

fs.: .McCIjO. ", near the proposed line of the new railroad now building from Macon, Qa., to Palatka, '1 couldn't say anything. My heart was Springfield, for the purpose of the getting: Persia fell, not so much by the energy ratoualst.te' of r mind. t
information to dis '
Fla. These lands lie in Bradford and Clay counties. Good cpportunilies for safe and too full of pain. 1 wrote to John what, reliable in regard and valor of the Greek armies as by thedrunkenness dcfcnlwt was'bound over 'for &p .
tee and Painter do. lIe back appearance. In response to the reporters: peuj-ance; in the Circuit Court Which
Sign invetmentsPrices and terms given on application.No. they were going to wrote along said of her kings and people. .
..I.' paying- kind letter f rme' to come right to question- Mr. Marcy ; venes .prl let, and under a bund -. a ..
zudecorative for wonderful ,
Had it not been this that re

Paper Hanger. 8.-In Levy county, all of sec. 21, tp. 14, r. 15. 640 acres- in the heart of him. I always had a home while he hada last Yes Thursday, my father and we left have here not a heard week from ago people might still have been a power in of 4.$1,0. -- .- ..' .

ttie Great Gulf Hammock. Only two miles east of P. H. & N. R. R. Very fertile roof he said. To come right there the world. Greece in her turn fell, not so '< '" -
STAIIKE Flarders and I lived. That his him since, except from New Orleans day Proceedings of the Board of County :
stay as long as .
of cedar magnolia, cabbage palm, &c. Will sell avery much by the prowess of the Roman arms t"
v-. left at New-tnirham's will bejnmptiy clay and marl soil with growth mother should never go out to strangers.So befoie yesterday. He said in the telegramthat discord and Commissioners| Clay County. 4.
) attended to. dec 2J ::..fl4M.JAMES cash he was going to iflhre there that day as by her own effeminacy. GKEEN COYE "
to purchaser.No. SFBISGS. )
of ) acre a ,
$ his
'- low price per I'm going to John. Hcsgot only i
I.f Save for this, Athens in art science and .
: .
but did not indicate where he was going Jan. 2nd.-id88.'f ., .r .
: ( ]{ ACE 9.-In Pasco county, on the F., R. & N. R. It, 1,050: acres, best grade yellow rough hands and his great warm heart- consequently we know nothing of his manners. might still have been the world's Board of County Commissioner* -.-' ;"
but there's.room for his old mother-God .
its pine rolling soil mixed with mild and shell, very productive, described as follows: bless-him-" whereabouts at present. For some time wonder and example. vened pursuant to .atjon ment.-- mbEars t. -: :." ; .
much the hordes of '
DENTIST. Home fell not BO by "
SftGEON and of all in past he has been suffering with his eyes. present: Messrs. Fowler. SouterVT ,.
All of sec. 11, exct-pt r.\Yi .ff swj, and all of sec. 3 except uwj s\vj scj; The stranger brushed a tear from her Goths Huns and Vandals descending .
Life and Carter. Minutes
;v in fact, had almost. lost one of them and of last meeting .
M -LATE OF CEDAR KKT8.fflnoe .- directly] through this land, and it is now the place selected check and waited the conclusion citiesas '
21. Railroad runs her and her
, tp. 26, r. had frequently spoken of going to Atlantafor ] upon plains assaulting read and approved. ..
at residence. East of Kentucky House. : made to lut in a side track and lay out "Some day when I am gone where I'll the careless ease and sottish indifference : : .J
for a new depot Arrangements are being I, the purpose of having them treated by by 'Botid of J. F. Greer a Justice of the

I'10." III re.is'. one of the chances in a life time to scoop iu a bonanza. Will sell' never trouble them again Mary and Martha Dr. Chisolm. When he left he took$300 of her people.*. Wine and_ spoil took I eace for Election District :o. one., ex- i;'
a town.? will think oft all. Some day when
BUGG \WlllS the nation and :
& the heart.of
2' or will sell select 40-acre tracts at $10 to $15 per with him, as the amount drawn from the away great a.nn d and approved..
the whole] 1,040.acres at $7 per acre; the hands that toiled for them are folded arm.But for this
book shows, and we supposed he had goneto unnerv d- its mighty I On motion of H.-W. Lee it was ordered
according to location. Go>and bee the land and write me what you want. and still; when the eyes that watched Rome from-' bills 'might 'stilt have .
acie, seven that Clay offer reward of
littornsys at Law Atlanta. It is true that he had been county a ole
over them through many a weary night 'destinies of the worldor :
involved in financial difficulties to been controlling hundred( dollar for tho arrest of SlTen&uuJJram. .
No, 10. :Special: Rargain. On the wcs-t: hank of beautiful] Kingsley Lake, 5 miles cast are closed forever: when the little' oldbody owing 'the of the I ,
least in van na
at l leading e wh attempted to assassinate <)
the of business and this with :
(114 4 .-s':' -?, rLA.- of Starkc.: 40 rods Luke Front. 40 acres good high dry laud, all under fence 30 acres bent with thc burdens it bore for depression A.
4 i the condition of his drove tions. on thelst of December
Will practice in all the Courts in the impaired eyes. tilgiH. cay
cleared and stumped, and set to fruit trees. A good'U 1 room house good stable and them is put away where it will never I .*.-
ti and Fifth Judicial Circuits. I him-well, 1 cannot say crazy but seriously t -A-.
I. ,
other buildings, ?:.'* to 100 bearing Ojange tries. 800 moreyonngcr, :50:; bearing LeConte shame The agtnt them-drew his hand: quickly] before impaired. his iniud. which. Wt:.. had -1 i,A.:. mart walks Paradoxes.1 round a pole. on the top of ,'i :Bids' to keep tbe.ferry. at the forks of,. .

: J. W. HIGGINS Pears, 100 younger, ;:00 bearinjr peach flees also] Figs. Bananas, Plums, 300 Japan his eyes, and went out as if to look fur noticed for some little time, and my opinion which there is a monkey. As the man : Black creek, were examined, and tlc ron-

of several varieties. Almonds Pecans, Chestnuts is that: he wandering aimlessly round the tract to keep said ferry was awarded to J.
Persimmons, Japan plums, Grapes the train The stranger's fingers strokedthe moves the monkey turns on top i

LKOTUNEIl.... & REPAIItER.f Walnuts] good water Bounded on the south side by a running creek, north gray locks, while the tears of sorrow about with! no particular object in view .: of<.the pole so as still to keep face to face i W. Jones for the sum of $17.0 per month.
Mcdlcrs, On motion of E. D.
.f r ".\i to the rumore, they are alP faIs the con
with. the. When the man )
.n work guaranteed. 28 years of ex- thus well protected from the cold. This is a genuine bar- and of. sympathy! fell together. The man. Query: I nwarded'to
Hammock being tract was N. B. to
'.pcriencc. dy a dense weary heart was unburdened. Soothedby It is true my father owes some mon j, but has goae round the pole has he or has bee! Ivey keep
sold at Price only $4.000 this is all secured which'will' the ferry ut the mouth of Black creek
once, by mortgage
gain and must be touch of sympathy the troubled soul ; notgone; round the monkey The, answer

... .\.STARKE. -. FLORIDA. a to the rest. and she fully cover everything and then leave" tt I I which will occur at first si Furnish abstracts (f Ttlefte of charge, to purchasers! to all lands yielded longingfor of and I have been round I per month. -
good sum
money sons is that the man has not gone
: Ml] asleep. TVe\ agent; went noiselesslyabout ] On motion of 31. W. Lee. i it
LL of to sell everythingif was or-
: $flUA. his duties that he might not wake given power attorney the monkey since he has never been UJ

.. L ..v ,.. ( (( ( all tO1lellU(14eatE her. As JJ fair watched she necessary a.trT:'octtle: ] all claims against hind it The correct answer however M dered that the l-a Cmmigsioncr': Districts '
it* Late from stranger
Michigan, I I therefore all holding of Clay county bo changed so that
face. The him. nope persons! decided by Knowledge in the pages of
saw a !s the careworn
PUYSICLVX AND claims will present thcni and, I ..will has beeu each County Commissioner's District shall
which this momentous question
COMER L. ]Ii j She bout to hear.
Commissioner's District and
endeavor to see that they art paid.j These round
and > arranged; is that the man has gone
2 doing it Mary
:. Terms Hedsonable.'I" the
following named were
are the facts in the cae.: We are doing the monkey.A persons appointed -

Ice.; at Gaskins Drug Store. STARKE BRADFORD take care of me of some the days lime. in the everj thing in our power to ;ascertain his milt -who owes a shilling pioceeds to lW Commissioners for Clay

i __ .._ CO FLA. was dreaming lo-wit
hare county : : -
b.- '._ fond which whereabouts and if possible him pay it at the rate of sixpence the first day.threepence year 18.

_;JUTE! POWELL M. D.. cottage ed her,-long of before the she hopes learned, with brought back home." the_ next day. three half-perdu: :: District No. 1-A. 31. Thomas W. S

11'1ft!!pir :Mrs. :\ is almost he.irt-brcken'; : over Sapp and I C. Canova.
t.kan Marcy the next three farthings the next and jso .
experience of would ,

:practice?,' of his profession twenty has years no hesila in. IBOOKS': THREE CE\TTS EACH! II. .i lforncless broken heart in the, that world! some, go to day John.LOLOSSAL she. the unfortunate affair, and deserves...,.- the on paying each dayhalf the amount |,hu ChisboUraand District 2 Lewis-W. II. Sicox d. J. D

of all.\! Wirl
promising the latest find most sympathy <(f paid the day before.. Supposing him t.>
I4tc. treatment to those asking hi Te! raaOWID;: bnokp art rnbi ",.d 11I11.tr.Rl.! aMT1hlpt form, rr.'t'd from goi, .rt>'ldn.N.) tyro l'fl l'oo<1 v' .>2An ;' be furnished with counters of small value 3EIbl prescott ;
All.! 111&11 of them hadorwly Thry are \ ILuIUUI t' .e'n ei >'t bOl'h ... to be Sent to P.roe..or. occurred iaSan .Quintiu, Carter and Ed. Techier,
ul't event
eLsio .f I'llb.1.terature jrj-aementK ,
-.jt .,, ., .. be able fraction f
readily \
11) r.> II! ": cr lanu.e.; au.1I.rulh!' to the llI. (Jf I' rr ; a op..rut .I to N." '. so'as to pay
I .bt t1t' day Itt t.A! wo.t tritJiII': 4'PCO.; In :11:1 c'r ,"r;,;; th.e great vi}.!I WoulJ"cv ..t' .t'trUt1e11 -. 'Froctor. Lower California, last woek* which was District No. 4-Harvey Jarrelt. H. R.. ._
L..D1 it take him tu
to the at wlcb! bere uJeretl. I.ach toUt, a how long
country promptly attended. the I'riCfl they are uue io !lete 1U H.t! : penny
.. \i 0,1.1.! Na".L OTREII. Cvii. .......... .. ,,' .... .... JACKso nLI.E; Fla. [Jan. 9.-A hugeJjke made occasion of tjlmporUnce. A Alderman and Richard. Puddy. #
of AND gm-e.t
58 t. .1.
females] and children "o""l'r j .' 1t :>1 A T4.hi. II.f. T. rA. an that shilling? The answer is that he
a specialOB .. .
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.. 01,"" ; 4. .i.ut 1. rn1 .onleI..1 'rc C"'o1 CI..:.,..t 1eS. i.WnrkSoI :.i' : pay _
: 'n -
.'". ., i.or 1&."'" ".' be lci.rl ol IlirCVcMii. A: Novel. iT', .ua'...,'' '
.OB, City Drug Store, or at his .rut-:.not;.......b'.1.. &tuS.. ..11I.'UDJ J d.al' 1t'.n-.u.4...!! "i /. liiiU. A ?;wvj.. Ljr IUI> A.'I' lii; T. e-1scended: near Midjfleburg, Fla.., a lews in the new setllementJg'The residents assembled will piy farthing i'i four Sullivan, Jr., anti A. J. Knowles.
__- IC in Est Starke. f.>n>:A.I..I'1I1"lrall".'_aur'". *. ._.rL I"on.** [ i.-mtir: *'I.'OUM the Lilu. 4 Kov.>. *A'. >)vci.'. TTT|.,-a i...e J..rra.n-i-icr ..I"'oraS. ( ago. Search Thirties were organized, in mxss me41i ,. 'and the result days.pay But the remaining three fnrthimg'm: : List of naQC" t serve 2 Jurors for /.
J JLLKN'J \i'i r. A c rn.
Irhr..br.i.m a moi.I 1.01' .,ar !I''''' / .. Diamond JSructleU A Xovel. L 1 31 ra. U
;g F. J. FIELD eI The.. in Aunt Hun: Kezl.ih O.KUI.HUJIKC'hrl I'... 'tj-A.* I "to.he 1.111'.r'i1..w. "i. .. I A X"v.l .. l-u. r uI.Aty .cr'_ veral! fragments} by striking a stump, tions to the cuV'O: : the child should be pay.StmiTlLoPIcAz. of 3L5, were selected from the registrationbooks
'h'nr'.1. ,;
t) ""low he f-lrtnlfc ( 1. iir.
.qi.d &
WS7,. ,... el.. au Jljr_ piece beiyg buried out of tight Quintin4v&oghardt and that the .The I of the county.
lmQiubrrol .1..1 h> (:' ByE i. STK'ioN."" ..<, ... j |er called RATES raHnnds i.
tCK .. -: .
: .
MASON'S "ILte4i 1 -
WORKPLASTERER. : & : .a. nll..lrt.ntllll; I :1r. A : l. I
fo$. by '...e.e.... ritrr w1 .rer_ iiv t'I. ",,,l...">( h.cart h.i l1J.lII. ... J tier: pieces wtere hut. One of them | local laud conipiiny should bestow uponit Florida have agreed upon the following; Various accounts of county officers examined

f &LL WORK CUAANTD.. p"U..D'" 1.l&e u.fl..:'%.'OT&I. f \ 212 pounds, another fifteen pounds any l lot UJ :tbe town that the parents Exposition excursion rates: ]For the rir>t utd ordered paid and appo1..
r. rue // '
.BOX 41 : TAItKFLA. lao 1'0 (..1..rHec.lt..kr-MheUc.ti.'. ..; alf l ., i ..Xlr... 01 M U.."*. A.. *-...t. B1",, others ten and five pounds. The should sekfck- It was also decided to further month, 2 cents a mile each vrajfi-i luc I ations made for rekeL.co'when ---
.. *.. _.! !!! .f!: url ( Fortune. '.wv ;. J. I.ua.--
JII0, 87. U. .%a ? < ... *.*a,. ... .. Low ..'.) ... "'' irtfn is dark, quite the Board
I tm-n li! lu iii-i r.u.LIfl ini 'jt.'tj" tin- pr ".','nt'. VnlUy'>: arr J.! .'V'.,"... .L A Vi> "'.'!. B, MI. stuff looks like ore. cncj&ntge increasing the populationby second month, If cenls a mile ce't! .tf; udjoijnday

F.tni'''ftr QuotuiioiiN.. r<>nt., : .. P.n nP.'i... ATrl.R. r.C,, tard and covered with small white transparent uvtfttding two lots for twins and 'a after second month. one cent a milv J< f iaFebruaj;
Gpv A -el. 1 5' )4r. IIri
Tip.:: L. KEENE "hij..n.>of A'II,.flV ftlnMtle IhrS.e wnrU(Ir"I"'U..'| I..I.*....'i*. orJn. fF:;n. ,
Li,r I.ir. In >i-w V-ir! : I'J"Y..ht'a DMUcbltP, ANv o' L u
.:'mwtHViu. 1..k elU..r It *iu \1.! '. .. j.urazeJ.i the Jacksonville Sub-Tropical Exposition, excursions for .1.1
.. ,. to run speclil: i; sjnj; "
to I to \Vt-n"i. N lr bnt Ea7. A :SoY"; liT e
'ae : >
; .fY Fancy Dress jGoods .u i ll irrtl S .ttin'OUfHlr'! m4V?P m*k.pr.rttt.fnnntr.. ..IIT.s.....r.j4dly I"'I..U"M(.!out bte a..I;.".../ Ioll.T I .Lancaster''ornc." /t'rnttd.* Cublu.II .A :So..!. .i )1.... [ and samples have oeen sent to Professor I .BYVILLE!:, Ind. Jan. 9.-Farmer Jacob from every county in Florida! peLctcalcil
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_ Apk One Iluvdrril Popular "0"0 .<-ntin ntal.patlMtie '' chard A, Proctor, the astronomer. for ? has sued Mrs. E. Stafford' railroad. l'XCUr81UDoj ticket
Drager a
$, KID PAI5ASOLS. .nJ comlr.lurlidiDCWoilorth. (."" "te&. ,.... Sad.Id. Ftorenee jTlnrton'* oat, -4t "ov.1.Mtr : by
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HrJr. A NOTI. U MAT A..d Fttm A. Ur.MBuH. Jitullrtiltd.The I .
UFbrellaB, Zepliyrsand ail: kinds A IUrtrr Noel'...<< Life. A Nnnl '3/llnOirBAt.4hU. ,Woman. Huter. A XonUThe' 711r Jexaminatioq"When wjaov, for $&50G damages for breach of will have attached a coupon that, will admit
A n M..'. BACfUoe. A hovcU Sf tin. A>w S. talleis and help. holder to the Exposition and the fin(
-f of material for ?...II.tILd Ufbrmla CabU. A Vorcl. /Mpui'ii roquires 'Fpron.isc of marriage. He claims that he

By-We will ""n : tha a new
lIalC.obook.for 7S Cental [t
.tBancy T1T07'-.7. .' for SO f'eutic the entire Cordial and
: *5 ( ; Strengthening
.Dt.ca01t1VmtfJl' ThiilitherreatMt. bargain I to book.verofftr.J. DoDotfallttlSalittaclioii r. Metcan's both. Si
,x1r1pt attention to orders. vi raniKd ormanry rrfunded.. fostaft itmr taken forfrartiom: of*dollar f ,lood Purifier. $1.OO per bottle. thit Mis would marry him.

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r1\ FLORIDA AT WASHINGTON., Fix up Your Pavements and Fences.A I The Death of Mr." J. C. Wilbtr- Buy "Florida. Gruwir I5b '".Nursery. I U. D-MlmR: ;

e $lIr.t t1tBraph. For the. "Trop -I Expo Ulon-Tlie I Trees-And Get F u1t.

P ns.eIa Collector Nominate notice has been issued by the Street On Friday of lust weak Mr. J. G. Wil- A Large assortment notp.on;.hona..

u. --. Special to the) Times-Union.] j jWASBISOTOX J Committee of our Town Council, by order ber, well known in this city, passed quiet- KELSEY PLUMS A SPECIALTY

.. _PUBLISHED WEEKLY ATjJT Jan. 16.-Senator Call of the Council, to our citizens to fix away to that land from which no, mau retunietli. .. Fruited some last season ui Nurse?)'. -r-

IftKC.BRADFORD COUNTY. FLORIDA today introduced a joint resolution in the up the pavement in front of their residen pI .*"" Send to A. Callahan,

Senate appropriating $20,000 to enable the ces. This is a good move on the part of Mr. Wilber came to Starke from KU- _. Melroso, Florida
Commission our city fathers, and ought to be promptly Wis. in ,1884 For or leave order with
Editor ftnd Proprietor, of Agriculture, thu Secretary : bourne City. the year a Catalogue. ;.,

.- -J. .- of the Interior and the Secretary of the attended to by all) receiving tile notice. I. great sufferer and was at that time: considered J. C. CLARK, Starke. 'I'nl.,1' ,I" .';',;Ij J

Subscription price if paler In advance Treasury to send exhibits from the respective There is nothing that helps a town more, : to be in a dangerous state of health Inspection solicited. Transit facilitesat I. "
11.00 If not paid in advan $1.50. Each
subscriber will be notified when hi. departments to the Florida Sub- or adds more to the value of properly but owing to the mild climate of our a Starko cr boat at Waldo.In .

subscription is out by a l large croM after TropiciJl Exposition at Jacksonville. than nice clean pl\veman.llt.and pretty State and the healthfulness of Starke he o'rder to extend nursery, and erect WATCHMAKER IAND

his.name aud T notonlero) otherwise Tbe 'resident baa Bent the nominationof fencing. Take, for Instance, pretty resIdence so far recovered as to be able to attend to S a fruit evaporator, we.offer part of oar --- -- ,
th will be promptly sloped when
paper interest
t.b. subscription empires.Hhort Stephen A. Moreno to be collector of with a broken-down front fence business, and up to a few weeks back no all young or unimproved bearing grove fruit or Jand part at a decided I :

articles of public interest will I customs for the District of Pensacola. to and a rough and unlevclled, sloppy sidewalk one bad the least idea that his end was so PURELY VEGETABLE.: bargain. 1,300 orange trees,2,500 peach JE.1VELERJ

h. received with pleasure and published the Henate and what looks more uncomely, or 5,000 Kelsey plum, 300 Japan persimmonand STA.RKE. FLA; \
put in writing, write plainly and make : near.The It.sets with ..traordinar efficacy the other select fruit*.In grove, many of Special attention id. to repairing TVatclni ll
I I like in the O
short possible. People Senator Call asked unfinished rluMks a pretty vase funeral services were held at bin -
Tour story as as was by a reporter them now hearing. Can J'8M'Jnably..ex- OClocks and Jewelry.4c, &c. All work dOIle 'I
do: not.car* to read long winded artMes.Htarke today J if the published replJja| | President midst of unseemly rubbish. Much can late residence on Sunday morning. Rev. TIYER KIDNEYS Z. pect in eason of 1888, 1,000 bushels of at ant reagonsble& Pace. priaes for cash.- :.Enquire' of iu

J be done by our holders to beautify R B. Mattice Peen-to peaches, 250 bushels of Kelsey *
Cleveland and wife had promised to property officiating. apr] the bcxiy: L.1d .
BOWELS. The alti. --- -
Fia.. Jan. 20 1888. AND, plum 1,000boxes of oranges.
'. := ------ visit Florida next month was true. No." Ihe to..n. and at very little outhv: of deposited in Mr. E. Johns' vault to ft wai tude, lake protection, quality of soil and LAKE VIEW

ffntfred! According to Act t f tCo',ffniat in he replied "the President has not prom mt'nt"): It requires a Mule ime a-d some transportation North in the Spring. The AN EFFECTUAL SPECI.FQB' subsoil, thrift of tree unfertilized indicate ,

,,. .MeJAiOJk4. Stark*. J J., Second ised to go. I was requested by the peopleof muscle, and no gentlem-m oiv'it! to be services were suspended at the several Malaria Dy.pea, Bowel 8 ComplaintsConstipation. ,*,., choice a "U rand fruits.Home"Orange for buds a large Ii varietyof years

f ijtfii 31 iter. Jacksonville tq invite him, and he said ashamed of being seen at work Leautify- churches 'till after the funeral to allow 1li.an.si, old endured tbe big freeze, and are bear CLAY CO.:
__ ___ _____ FLA,.
-. m he would be pleased to go and would endeavor ing his own residence. all the friends, an opportunity to attend. KIdMy AeOD" Jasadle ing golden fruit. Pure soft water, rollIng -
FOR THE SCB-TnopiCAU is not yet N.t C. land, no marsh, bold lake from south .
to make the trip. He suggestedthat Stark* Will Have a Showing- Thus endeth one of the most remarkable side Geneva Lake, near Lake Santa Fe. r ,.
ton late for Bradford 1 (Uty to get ar'Y
of lives.
Congress would
probably adjourn

r fair display at tie -Tropical.! fcetiTerybodr over the 2nd of February and that he Our citizens have decided to )have printed Mr. Wilber was a well-read man, and BEST FAMILY MEDICINE I FRUIT TREE AGENT J. C BEGKi

in the county l-ring in some might be able to make the trip. He made a pamphlet setting forth the many resources an extensive traveler. lie was born in N. '

thing t/i tin no promise beyond expressing his wish to of Slarke and vicinity. The wok Y. State in 857. At the ape of sixteenbe I and other fruit trees at the "
peach, pear,
4who. will .ee that it gel* through all right. visit Florida and to endeavor to do so.*' is to be done at home, and the TELEGRAPH moved with his parents to Michigan, and,by being kept ready for Immediate u ..
will hoUr of suffering a lowest possible prices. Special.bargains
save many an .
pud. ii placed_to the credit._ of _our couuly. has the job of getting it out. It is to be where his father still lives. In 1861 he went many a dollar in time and doctors' bills. offered by the 100 to 1000. Trees of any COMPANY: ,

The Senate fitly compl'tcd excellent' Mr. Lamar is Confirmed. sent to the -TropicnI Exposition, at to California. search of health and to "ERI5UTONSINMONS I 'I kind, variety, or size furnished. I have

work of the 16th iu executive session. WABIIIGTOK January 16.-On motion Jacksonville, and elsewhere where it will better his financial condition. ,IIe remained LITER REGULATOR also orange trees, by the 100 or 1000 from

by the confirnuttion cf the nomination of of Mr. HiJdlebcrger. the Senate at 1 p m. do the most good for Starke. Starke does in the far west for five years engaged -. See tht yes get the gl.uinli red "Z" 3 to 6 years old, at botton prices. I invite REAL ESTATE & LOAN BROKERS :

._ Ueneral.Bragg as Minister to Mexico. It went into secret session, in which about I not intend to be behind\ her sister towns at first in mining and subsequentlyin 'r.t ef Wrtpper. Prp.d'o.ly b persons wanting fruit trees of any .
co. Sols; Dec.23.
wiTi a great day lot the Ftdcia! judiciary. three hours were consumed in discussing. and knowing gentlemen who have the freighting goods between Los Angeos PhiUdelpbii.J.H.ZEILIN 1 Pa. :. ...0.'ietor kinds vines, shrubs, roses or anythingin tf
for the JVdminjiitrixtion and for the peoplepf the nomination of Mr. Lamar before a matter in hnnd., we predict good show ) and Salt Lake city, journeying I over a -- this line, to see me before purchasing

the United Sutra, vote was taken which resulted in his con- ing far h.rr. Her fine orange groves can't country wild and full of Indian Of the "NOHCE! elsewhere. I am connected with Berck- RTARKE LIVERY STABLE:

Irmation. The be and health dangers and difficulties, ik1rmJ's'hes and .. mans and other celebrated nurseries.andI
vote was 32 for and 2j( surpassed, as, a resort, no .r .
The British journals ure not to stupid against the confirmation. place jn the State can equal her. But we tattles with Indians. bill Sight from highwaymen _. guarantee all orders will be filled with AND '

.' about Amencan affairs just now as the will not anticip te. Let it be known, his four months solitude in the! Bridge The or eontract the hmiiding for otA repairing new one the as may present bethought exactness I determined of kind.and to variety satisfaction wanted, FEED AND-SALE STABLES, .:t]

B.ane organs represent them to be. They General Bragg Confirmed. however to those who prediot a. failure on depths of. winter surrounded by savages best at the time .across Alligator creek as am give ,
-- the Starke ammd-.Watdooad, will let to the so that I can do business with the same t
''Correctly describe President Cleveland's WASHINGTON, January 16.-General E. : our part to get out the pamphlet in n creditable and dependent upon his gun for food. we. on low, 't bitltlet.afr the Court House b in Starke I parties in tbe future. &..

looking to such its amelioration L. Bragg, of Wisconsin nominated for anner. and whose uoses were put cannot give a'detailed .account. In 18G6 ON THK FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY IBHO.fiyorderjfM. for. the -S '
i R. Beasley committ Office at Gardiner A Pratt's Real 'i'
"pTThc.tariff as will asii.t American man minister to Mexico, was confirmed by the I out of joint because we got the work, that he returned East and settled at Kilbourne' Bard of County l Commissioners.H.
.. F. Estate office, Starke. Fla. :
ufacturing industries, while relieving the Senate today.A I we have a doublerbreasted back-action pat- City, Wis., where he 'engaged in manufacturing Clerk of the Circuit Cur and Exofflco Clerk : ., =

country from the danger of a growing eDt machine, with which we can turn out and accumulated considerable ..andu Commissioners_for Boar of County GEORGE A, GARDINER.PATENTS'. .1 _

surplus. If the Republican manager Rgmantic Wedding. the finest wurk, in short order. Job work property. lIe bas been remarkable as an 1: CD

can make any campaign thunder out of DsFcxiAK SPRINGS, January 16.-A solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. inventor and among his inventions pat -. $$50Q REWARD. -'H"I =

such criticism, they are more clever than romantic wedding occurred here this ented is a Car- Mover a Tool-handle Fastener A REWARD OF FIVE HUNDRED c I :,w __ -

we take them to be. morning. A Mr. VanValkenburg, of OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. a Hop Pole. a Nut Fastener! and a DOLLARS will be paid by the County of -- '!' .._ --

Birmingham Ala arrived on the train, W UQINGTON. D. C., Jan. 18, 1888. Floor Clamp. In 1868 he married the Bradford for the arrest and conviction of ..."", r.-- -

TaR PtTg DKI\-lr. W. W. Stowe met the object of his tender affectionsand To the Editor of Tits fKixatUTH: present Mrs. Wilber and for seven yearS the party or parties who assassinated FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, 1 r First-class turnout: furnished at all
publisher of the "Path Finder R. R. George C. Miller in the town of Starke on
in a few minutes were marned. Dennia Kearney, of San Francisco, they have been away from tlieir home on the night of Januay 1st., 1888. hours day or night.

Guide. .was In tho city Wednesday.- After the ceremony had been performed who it will be remembered acquired considerable seeking a restoring climate for, failing. Offered and published l>y order of the SOLICITOR Terms Reasonable. Give us a trial.

Starke bas page in this boqk at the cost the lady notified her parents of what she notoriety as "the sand lot I I health : Bard of Couny Cnramissioners of Brad- OF. AMEUJCA fiND ANDREWS & ALVEREZ.

_ .; of $20: a mouth which is paid by a few had done. orator" at; the time of the San Francisco 'ro Mrs. Wilber who is left to mourn .. Florida. Starke. FlaTuti's .

'e pf enterprising citizens who are bourn I riot. in 1876, has been a conspicuous fig- hvr loss, we can say that she who has wso LOUIS WITKOYSKI.

to bare our beautiful little city known I ure Washington during the past week. Chairman Board of County Commissioners. '*. FOREIGN
cared for her
: Drowned at Sa"ford.\ tenderly afflicted one will ATTEST: PATENTS

utJide of our own narrow limits. SANFORD Fbi January 16.-A body Mr. Kearney is a man of very ordinary find her reward in time, while the sympa- H. F. YORK. Clerk of Circuit Court I and ,
S TUB CAIUL.-Tbe that i was Gixcovered near the wharf here this appearane. lie is a short stout man, thy of this whole community is extendedher Ex-Offlcio Clerk and Auditor'.for the .9.25 F. St: Near U. S.;Patent Office.
engineers were Board of. County C
with straight hair cut close; short neck misioDers
in this her sad i
here last week looking over the route for morning. It proved to be that of Sam and bullet- haped head. He makes no hour. of bereavement. : WASHINGTON D. C. .

the Florida Ship Canal, assert positively Nirdlnger. and was apparently a case of. pretense in the matter or d.r', and his How Caesar Qo Ahead. Dissolution" ..of Co-Partnersliip. FOR TORPID LIVER. '

.. that tie Canal will be built at once; that suicide. The steamer wheels caused the general appearance is suggestive of the It was an ex-Confederate soldier at THE F N.J.JONri3CO., is this day All business before tbe United States Patent
the route is already selected and will body to rise. "wild by mutul consent N. J. Jones Office attended to for moderate fees. Patents A torpid liver deranges tbe nbol 87" .'
west, wears no
pass suspenders ig authorized to due ihft ,
duly money
Sheffield Ala, who was giving some of procured in the United States and all Foreign tern, and produce
about three milei south of and between waist band and.pay all indebtedness of the same.
Kingsley Lake the of his f countries. Trade Mark and Label registered
his experiences at the battle of Fort Don- N.J.JONES.B. Sick Headache
cross the Railroad near Thurston and pass Fatal Rajlroad Wreck.ST. trousers and the bottom of his vest there ... JONES, Informationand Rejected applications advice revived to and prosecuted. ,
elson. He was an officer and had a as obtaining Patents
south of Santafee Lake and down Santafee Louis, January 16.-A wreck oq appear an equatorial baud of another I colored man for bis cook. When young the January, 88S. 6 5t cheerfully furnished without charge. Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism i

Creek. This Canal will be 200 feet wide the Chicago. Kansas and Nebraska Rail garment. He has had several interviewswith Send Sketch or Model for freeopinion
Confederates, or the great bulk of them, as.to patentability. Sallow Skin and Piles.
and will undouotedly be great thing for road occurred at Willard, fifteen miles the members of the Senate Committee decided. after hot fight withdraw Notice. Copies of patents rurliNhed for 25 cents each.iCorrespoDdence '"
the a DAYS AFTER DATE I WILL AP-' There l'no better remedy forth*
ou Foreign Rela'ious rpHIRTY
east of Topeka Kansas upon
Florida. o'clock this diseases than Tutfw liver
k from the fort, the Captain looked around -Iply to the County Judge of Bradford county common
morning. Three cars were thrown from subject of the enactment of more stringent Florida for an order granting me leave t Pills,aft a trial will prove. Price,23
lithe Russian New Year's reception measures for excluding the Chinese for his servant, but the negro was nowhere soil at pi ivate sale and convey the S E quarter THE FittOUS t; IJSTOYI-I'IADE Sold Everywhere.Pyer .
the track down an embankment and twelve be The S W quarter of Sec. 81. T 6, R2J E, in said county '
the Czar preserved a mysterious silence, I persons were injured. one fatally. The from this country. r to seen. officer mounted a log and the ame Leiq the property of Illr E. PLYMOUTH ROCK $$3 PANTS -
called out in loud tones for his a JAMES M. ,
A very aniiiMted eont(;t has been in servant Blythe. 6OOOOOO PEOPLE US*
and the
money centers are disappointed wreck Jan. 6.1888, Guardian of said minor.
was caused by a broken rail on Cut to order from
/ over the privilege of keepingthe and pretty soon was answered, but in such
progress ,
because they looked to that occasion forBorne sharp curve. I clothes carefully selected RF\Y' cED5J
definite declaration which would house restaurant. Although Mr. faint tones that be could not for awhile for style and wear.
Notice of Insolvency. .J
Every guaranteed
De-Shields, who held the I position during locate the cook. Cesar finally made it pair J O.M.FERRUCO.
throw light on the?future of 'urope. ADMINISTRATOR OF THE I S MOXKT PROMPTLY araMlaiittadtobtlM
Notwithstanding tbeJadvance of liberal A SUCCESSFUL EXCURSION. the term of the last Congress*, claims to plain that he was in the log under theofficer's VJ. or William Hayes late of Brafor BEFVNDEU.. or a newpairmade. Largest Seedemen

D&LAND, FI t., January! 17.Althoughthe "ave loai I2.00U during the past yeir, 'feet and was ordered to county. in the State t>f Florida having returned If goodsare unsatisfactory. J tn the workt
ideas, It fa still true oltEuropean civilization ,, come filed in this Court a written. aiurtrestion off tbo as D.LPZRT&COIiuIr.ls. .
threntning weather deterred there ha* been no lack; of applicants for out. insolvency of said estate notice is hereby givento .
that the of nations many U4.
destiny bangs all persons having claims against estate
rqonfrchs from attending Colonel Raffensperger's the place which WHS dually awarded toCapt. "Can't do !! he shouted in reply. I to file the same with me. duiy authenticated according SEEDANNUAL
upon the words of a.nd A sin- Donaldson law. before the2d of Do You WearPAHTS
second ex-Door-Keeper of the to on or day July,
.ftejBeptencjBJix>keu bjrlexanJcr would excursion to RcLani this morning, "But you must. The fight hail over." i A. D. 1888. J. U. RICHARD, _

the party RQmhere"l ovor nine car loads of House "But I can't: dar's four white men in Starke, Fla..Jan 2, 2888. County Judge. I For 1883
kindled the C'f
have torch discord. War The President and Mrs. Cleveland t' winb.sn.d
ladies and gentlemen who are being dis log behind 11\6.,1\ FREE TO ALUpplieutt.
will nbt break out in winter in .the northern gave the first St'te reception of the sea- : ._ :.= I B4toTSHTl
entertained in the most hospitable manner And when the officer he _
investigated SHERIFF'S SALE. 'a
but it is hardto see how -
peace sou, ou Thursday evening last. Nearly Tell us about what .
by $tho citizens of this delightful com found : \ suctfyaa the fact They craw p I color like, send us .
can be maintained when pring weather all the members of tbe Diplomatic Corps .. you _____ oat ordIrtac
renders campaigning practicable. munity. Tbe hotels are rapidly filling up were present In full court dress and fished outoneaKeranother, each havingan ""ijNDER AND BT VTRTOC Or A DKCREK OP TRY CIRCUIT your INSIDE WAIST LEG, measure HIP andS lnvaluabltOIL-Eft17ac

and the season may be said to be fairly excuse to and the CODBT of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of 'CardonFleIdFlowe.i .
of them finally darkey
& urge.
wer accompanied by .
S. many for
Florid in and for the County of Bradford in together with.1 And 35 cts.for postage prepaid _
W. StQorrf tht ijotlorn opened. belles. Altogether the reception was a appeared. The officer \IM abo.Utt to open Chancery sitting, in a certain cus therein express awl packing. Or send 6 cts., itheto EEDSD. =
pending wherein David L. administrator us or to the omce of this paper.and au
The Jacksonville Metropolis now rises great success both in numbers and in on him but Ctesar protected: of the estate of Milliard F.Brown deseasedis age of samples wiLt be mailed you. i' c'lidifig .M.VaRRYLCO.D.troltMioh.kICURE.

to second the motion of the Leesburg .runE IHD CONTEXTS BURNED. the brilliancy of the 8C IIU. "Don't say one word. boss I Dts ar* de the Complalna'-t and George W. Wiley andC. good linen tape measure as we luv deposite
with the of this number
Proprietors o
J. Wiley his wife are I will sell at paper a t
.. 'Commercial. which is as follows: Ocai&, Fla January 17.-Month. Atkin The House Committees h' ve at last fust time I eber got ahead of a white man, public outcry in front of defendant Cur door in these packages for sale at six cents. 'i

: AI the bUte,newspapers are drifting son's store and contents, iu the Fellowfhip been orga ilJiad, aod. Congress is now in an' it's gwine ter be de werry last I De Starke Bradford SIXTH DAY County OH FIBBOABY on &.D.1880. PLYMOUTH ROCK PANTS CO. :

1" into a general agreement not to publish neighborhood about fourteen miles west readiness to commence its labors in next fout we her Ize gwine ter let de the same being the first Monday in said month,
during the legal hours of sale the following lands 18 Summer St., Boston, M... I
-. the tax stiles at lec$ than fegular rates, we of Ocala were destroyed by fire Monday earnest The appropriation bills providing white man her de hull log to hisself. an' 8itut in the County of Brfor in said State

: DeW move that the' record be searched and morning during )$r. Atkinson's absence. for claimawiat had been allowed I'll look for a hole in de ground.-rSenola Fonda and north known quarter of the southwest as follows
> ;the names of those Jx iglators who voted The stock and building were insured for during the year 1886, which failed to become Sentinel. t1it. of eat thirty six township seven ,
laws during the last Congress south of range twenty two east(a e %of the S w
; 1 tot.the bill reducin, the rates be given to 3.500. The cause of the fire is unknownS J4 or fee. : T 'south of e containing
owing to the rush of business the j rang 4 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
during Doe less. Purchaser
Pay. acres or
; tbe public that we may see to It that not Ch. FITS!
... last few days of the session, are now lug for Title. HENRY Sheriff,
one of these eaeraies of the- press ever Right L. B. RHODES Esq. SoL
Coming Along; Cmplinat STARKE !"LA
under consideration and the Urgency The following is a quotation from a Starke, Fla., Dec. 2th ,
1:11IIoto office again. We could suggest. Deficiency Bill has been passed. The letter just received by Gardiner & Pratt, .
LANS and When I say CURE I do not mean merely to-
also' that before any newspaper ever again Rapid Work on the Georgia Southern General Deficiency Bill, which Includes from Passadonia Cal. P short notice.specifications Carpenter furnished work solici-'n stop them for a time. aud then have them re'
for for SALE turn a :n. I MKA.v: A RADICAL CURB.I .
supports a man nomiaation office' and"Florida H It. among its claims appropriations for the "You people seem not to see the neces- ttdantl promptly attended to. nave made the disease of

that hill attitude toward the press be ascertained payment of Po.tmn ters' claims, is now sity of advertising Florida California Hand made brick for sale either at the
and if it is intafOBlstic. then 1 let [From the Ma Telegraph, kiln or delivered nt the depot. FITS, EPILEPSY or
; under consideration and will doubtless bas advertised very,extensively, and the UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EXEcrnov IRSCKDout
us down him at all hazards. The new*, Mr.!!. L.Jewell treasurer of the Macon be passed during the coining week. of the Circuit Court for Bradford County. July 30, 87.. tf. .PALLING SICKNESS
following will show in part the result. I State of Florida,dated the 5th day of CK tol'r.
papers have done more than offlcc-eeekera Construction Company, was busy yesterday The question of admission of Dakota "Lands sell here at from $100 to $200 A. U...iss;, in a cause thereto pendiog t A lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to.
\ .
to build Florid 4 drawing checks for the many contractors has been set aside by the House Thomas V. Porter a plaintiff and against Owen CURE the worst ease!. Because others bare
up and resident lots f'-om -." Owens defendant: I have levied and S. J. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S
per acre, at >- } f as upon ailed i s no reason for not now receiving a cure.
ou the Georgia Southern and Florida Committee on Territories until the Oklahoma yjill>ell at public sale before the Court Ivuil Send at once for treatise and a FKEC DOTTLB-
$100 per front foot in Passador door at Starke, county ol Bradford and
Slight Troubifi at Palatka, Railroad. The amount of estimates due case has been considered, and next my INFALLIBLE HVMEDGIYe Express
Could we but obtain such for Jori'.Idunnt the legal hours of sale on the 1st and rout Office. It costs you nothing for atria
PAI.ATKH the baa been settled for hearing prices day of February. A. D., 1**, .', and It will cure Address
: Fla., January 17.-Tonight contractors was about $30,000 and Friday upon a Il0ndav. tie you.
said of
lands here would
F nt 7 o'clock a dispute arose between Benjamin evil dollar of that amount wan paid in cash. of parsons interested iu the Utter we soon have H complete Brador CulowJ- State of Fl Tida. to-wit county: Bvgin- MILLS, H.C.. ROOT.M.C. 183 PEARL ST.,NnYon
revolution. We have .
equally as good a on Section lire dividing Sections .
A of the Committee point '
anaistant The measure. majority -1w
T. Boyd postmaster and graded portion of tbe road now and believe 24 and 25 il T. ?.K. 21 east, 375 feet eat of the .
county, we BlE'Ii.A.
by advertizing .
.Charles II. Pratt city editor cf the Palat- completed is about 125 miles toward la known to be iu favor of the"boomers" N. W. corner po-t of the N. E. quarter .of the -
and there la no question as to the result property we can obtain equally us great N. W. imrter of Section 25, T. .. B. 21 '8.
ka HrrnM. with regard to the proper distribution Valdosta large force of nearly 800 men th..ce running South 278 relt. thence WP 375Iwt. PARKE S
befortt the Committee. Upon the floor thfiive North 2tJ3 feet to said t.th .
of'said papers in the poMoffice. now being within five miles of that flourishing .-ncf East 7 feet U place of Iuning.1. MANUFACTURER HAIR BALSAM
with old .
the ;
of the Uouse, however, there will be a Away fogyism ideas that ie.n IIIfI 5 eM MIr
I of Xo. West K
raotiou \ lyiiu
list words ensued and Boyd applied to i and growing city. In all there are portyui ? o 1. h'oln>tnni riant growtt.
decided opposition. It is claimed by the advertising will not pay. We are now quarter of NV quartrr Section 23. 21 ""Ir Fsils te Reetere 6rsj
Pratt a vile epithet whereupon the latter about 2,000.men on the entire line. east. as follows: beginning at said N W corner OF AND DEALER IK Hair to its Yeethftil c.Ier.aIp .
advocates 01 the that the too far in civilization listen
measure openIng advanced to to post of said N E quarter jf N W quarter Section -
-. drew lie pUtdl. a Smith \ Wesson ) Tiie line of the road. through Dooly of the Oklahama region to settlers is such folly. Lei us advertise and be great ;3. T 7, S lt.lt running thence South .9 ft. .. Sawed: and Dressed Yellow Vine ru aadMe.
calibre. and Ired one shot fortunately Worth Berrien and Lowndes counties Is thence West Lkl thence North 2J to
Lumber of
earnestly desired and asked by the and prosperous as is.Cali forma or any above mentioned line, to i every Descriptlan and PARKER'S CINCIRTONIOl.
cton E
without effect. Boyd at the tune white with of .
retreating long piles cross-lies and timbers KnlghU of Labor and other working. placl of DeKinnincr. ( 1ih. .
other State. G. & P. CZVSrdPsthabMsI'I
tbe shot was fired. Pratt was disarmed for trestles and bridges. men, but this position will l 1'6 vigorously 1'roperty(.h.pointejdjAbiriaintilTVTerms d0f HI M0Dec. 1' M-.t_a_ _

by friends and taken to his office, thus The track-laying force with the two con. coiu batted and the result of the finalti'i Harney RIch"." estect- :rh&t t riBsSS&r. Laths, Pickets, Railings, Bracket*
-i Lumber constant on
preventing further trou0e.| traction tr&iuc are now about fifteen i.upon the bill cannot at this time HE Sheriff of Bradford County jind finishing
We learn that Sheriff grrested 887. hand. .
miles from Macon, and are laying southward predicted. -
Mr. Harney Richard I 5 par i attention'en. .to Filling -
Lamar's Confirmation- at the rate of nearly a mile ...1.The LaAl'week the Boston IdetUi, the Symphony g ar-Special
mentioned in Mr. Miller .$ Court-4th Judicial Orders with Dispatch.
: Circuit
% people all along the line are jubilant Orchestra of Hoaton, and the In

The confirmation of Mr. Lamar {Iii more over the prospwct of an early completion young musical prodigy Joseph Hoffman tion, and put him under $i X) Circuit of Florid A1Ww ro J'

than t party victory. of the road to Macon. ADj.in. Doolv all visited the city, and between his appearance at Court. SheriijIJP..'for BRADFORD COUNTY. Scroll WorK, .P".perWDOi 01I 0'ia_-

It is'a Democratic triumph in the broadest and Worth counties for which there was them succeeded in drawing out most of son found Mr. Richard in Alachm>.ppcr- IX CHANCERY AND Tb"au.d 'hall. 0..pe&ea&l...

sense of thy term. It imports a complete the lovers of music. The little boy attracted who, upon being notified that 1 ouuity I I 'be UD.ted'Ap ; __
no demand whatever a few McMillan I OK u. -
years ago. .1 R.. l. tDe PUDIISDUS
restoration of the Union In spirit and now finds ready purchasers. The forestsof the most attention. It is really wanted, readily gave himself up. WitS -- vs. r Vegetable and Orange .- for American patepU.CODt.ca.MU...* ,to nwt.-ma sot M POIiIII15

in truth, the obliteration of the reeut- wondfl $ that a boy of ten years old an examination, and gave bond iving I Iarh' 1 Ball examining\ complainant s biu riirbta.etc.. forth* UniUd 8tetM.sadtto '.
pine timber along the line are the finest On opening bum patents in C o. Knjljnd.Crm YrsaSUI
tnunU of tivU..trife. and the ,vindication I eonld i fMfrpret correctly and .t the same Sheriff has also1' heard from Mr.: .The I II I in above stated cause it appearing that the defendant CRATES .ny.aDd all olhor ooontn .i .zp.flo
in the world, and old of the .
mill non-remdest tMilitiw
experienced Martha M.Ball is ne u nn <}aal d ud their an '
of the perpetuity of-our Government. time so synipathetically the most difficult Richard, who is now; and has*_ c'lph I of and resides I in the County of I po..'
men say that it saw-mill or turpentine still 'world I State loriJa *is ordered thatubticati.'n a 1)r..ID and >p cIfleaUoi>s prtpsnj sad*1.4
It i in well forth. and fur free of the leading composers. some tlme.4resident of Geor for Territory- T
country I law of SPECIALTY. in the K.t.Dt(>ftc CD abort otto* naa vwr
can maintained at every mile pot OQ Prof. BuKslioTT, the blind musician, gave' b mal"as required by teIle.d A :. raMnnaU-cbo r..for..iaUoaol of sjod l<
institutions throughout the world that this the .. states that he will be on band whj ,rwlu> *ncy Iult, and unless said defendant 01 dr.wi.p Advje by .ul erPo..nt5 '
road. lheladath meand he at i her herein on or before tne81XTH '. MoonAOoSfSMUtMlathe
once produe-> appearance ob iDedthToafh
momentous result has not been accomplished : The meets. tSheriflJL Epperson baa Court I DAY OF PEBRCABT A. D.. 1888.I FOR sALE ; SCIENTIFIC AfEftlCAM1UhlSkM
southern terminus is Palatka. "the eollt with all ifirts of flucirunrilLtiolls.. ALSO 'isI.sstl4
demur to the allegationsof th orenlation aDd.a tlw mock
or largest
.' I and nl -ad. an"Wf r I
the voice of alone. The performed his t./l ty in the tremisfitLfullydcscives .. wind.Tii. .
{ the
by one parly Gem city of the St. Johns" and it is beau Mrs. Clevelamjfcas present and united anti I said biH. the same will be rendered taken B cufte, B ..papel'ad ntsge of iu. of kind such pablMbwl a *oadmitud .IYer7 im P4tnd.ritands. .
Tote bhowe Hint there are Ilcpublfcan& credit or the prompl g, I to her and final decree accordingly .
tifully and picturesquely situated on that with the othewiJiL appUutliiii his per- Il and ordered this 18th day of December I i This 1&rg4 and l.ndidfll1.8.s0IPSis
with inborn patriotism (Is stronger thai the wonderful river. The Is fcrmanoes. "' sssV n. which he has acted si nee tlu_ -in.I A D.nt D.. Ih87. H.F. You,CIXRK.Bcoo 11> I'-OO.; ubtiab.d WEEKLY" J3.OO.7W..ad Ie
growing city surrounded 4IimKe4 0
Wiv-s for ComplalnonLWnted to b.the best papr
spirit of t.olion. ad'h Vt'U1 not fti'.lowthe by all the conditions were placed in hiCOSSUXPTiak( bantit. _& 81 mechanic. intentions, casioi- works 5aother
to 5Sb.'
dictation of )leaders pertrnal neecs-ary j f department ot Indutrw procrIi.bed .
vjioe a permanent foundation on which to basea Avar's Hair Vigor Rkwrove* the beauty in any coantry. It eaoUiathesiji
'[jltions overcome t.l.elLrd fur the : gUBELY< all pftUoUee and till of even ill.\Io. J"Ji
of the hair and its ,, months for o*e deUW.
prosperous future. She has now five prorates growth. sac w k. Try it four (
e! and the ties of kindred To THB DrrosVn Sold b,all e"acHal.n.
I It the aoon'- ti > of dadniff -< LAND write W
railroads in operation and four more being prevents n ACRES If you bus an inT"otlo to paUmt
that I have piMttv
for the
en a *remedy Mann Co...ubhsh.ni of BoieaUfle Asilll*ajMt
"mibtructed and in contem t1IJO. She is cleanses tho s -f YtleNI\\ hopeless cases bars torn Agents toelL. I HaacUlook about teDta..u.4 frII.I
nat.uraloolor to hJr. Have permanentlyI
gray you
rUms destined to be the gate to South Flor I shall be clad to Red two bottles of DJ /the HISTORY of Suitable for Orange Groves, in Lots -__j j :. --
nnl Cuba and Mexicc. and his i is as it ree lved4bY5i"S Almnansc4r the new dy RU to any of roor readers who haV.umpUon ( ma1m wanted kept a A 10 d
.cof us, :. year? if they will send me their *i /77 e BLACKPHALANX of 10 acres and "u, as : I
should be for she is located iu
the center ftkY ;
it is not _- -coo" and post omee addresa. Respectfully, Nov 1-tv. SOHDVERTISIN
'm of the richest orange and fruit groves and T. A. SLOCUH. MtO.Oreart st.MeiXit .
'va peo- truck of the State of Save time and money by havfru L"X"I u L LI
gardens Florida. It ,
Jesti- ador always on hand, for the uf: When the be&ne wekl. \
ne eyes .s .11. CONSUMPTIVE; / \ .
I Ay ofu
is also the bend of navigation for deep diseases which more or lean trOi'I4.eamH-. I lids flammed and son&a disordM svl _.n .,.

draught steamers and our merchants will Hies at times. Price 25-, / t.., .' .- II ti.spRUW$01110"TOIIIO without delay.I ..,
III.". *11 ala. GENTS
or a scrofulous dsmdltion of til II ..I I A Tars mecKulal I
nci art' throngb! ; t-e! Gcorsrl i i Southern, hive in- I If time baby is to b'nh'th, i- mast blood ii indicvtte-l, for wh'P'" .-.. III.. ... ;I JDdtp5UuG.JI.-u.al\.on lawud'alr.*;bJUuOiou-.We&kLaD inaluabe..uthnf') I ..rvdtn ..
PssS .. sbuiS II5.lmMlaJSlnhj..w.sad all psliia awl Ct., I JI
.Ityrul. "- 'f 'nort.ntion of ; have HOIIII-I' and ft.li1! : sJuep.! Dr. sapurilUis the best 1; __ _. 5ut4.. fur_ oC the etonach sad Bowels.HINDERCORN8.. tuo. AI 111-ua'i4. I TIMES BUILDlN :r

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'- Starke Telegraph. I Irry I'it : J. C. Clark bas = -' THKFLORIDA GHF\T

:: just received. .. :rJle Campaign; Tear. I cJjRADFORD COUNTS Florida.REPORT Nurseries.varitics

I. bunch** \ ; .
Ian. O 1888..voab will sell very'cheap. OP LICENSES ISSUED BY THE COLLECTOR OF REVENUE. varitics* of Peach and
} 1a. the times, and especially so now as
...... .- I Duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge forthe, period beginningon ..plum trees of mj own Bowing. for N I .OH.TIE'.POPLC.
the National election :
Starke iSto, be favored on Monday approaches. the first day of October, A. D., 1887. and ending on the first dAY of October. 1888.A succession oTFruit fronc'M.y to Octolmr. .... .

NEWS. by a how and circus Subscribe at once and keep posted Seifer Pear -. .
combined. As I Ior also 2000 LcConte and trees If
it is the first of its kind this I in the world's doings. tf XVXBZ* TO "'BOI( ORANTED. roa WHiT PtTRPOSL FiON To LAL I 'J'O"I'Af.LlCENaL all at very low price. O- C KNox ,
seas *
I WB& WHEY. TATL roUlftY *
it will Garden ...... J HigMiuid'FloridaRefecance .. ;
at Clark' at lQc per lb. probably be well attended. ,* ___ _

We have only a few more pack- 1 J. L. Gl\Skiua. .. .. .. . .. Oct 11687 Oct 111888 $10 00: $5OO by pet mission:: C L Peeft : .
1I I'l .rots- awl b y ; Jones & The mercury made a buddeh: drop 2 .1. M. Jobns..Merchant\ .. . II II 10 0& 500 Starke, Fla,with whom i ifi' more eon- ...,
1o, ages of garden seeds to give away 3 Rivers and .Joyuer..Druggist.. ... .4 II 10 00 do A,1' mtlti-.tG&.P6 :'- ;
JID1r"R on Thursday ,. venknl orders may l>e plawd-; ;
:-berg a. morning to 28 degrees. to new subscribers for only one 4 J. C. Clark. . .. Merchant.... ... II 10 t,0 do Ha 'Exclmive 'Fine1iia f6
information be obtain-
p for It is greatly feared that the straw .5 .T. G. Alvarez. .. ... .. )[erchaot... ... .. 1000, doS whom further mny- <*f the Aftsoctettat- FreaD's"-.

cer York left Saturday I Iat berry bloom and dollar: .land twenty cents. Come U. D. !liner. ...... .. .. ....Jeweller..... .. II 1000! do ed. dec0&7tfS.tarke patches thte-ntost-efflcrentNews er-'"

Micanop1Y.! i iI early peaches"are early or they will all be gone! tf I 7 )[organ&Bro..Merchant.; .. ... ., 10001 do viee hi the wortdi5'-.U*...' Special Tel --

.o1 I killed.Ilr.. 8 W. H. Rivers.. .. ... }terchant. .. .1 ,OtII II 10 001 do. graiphic Service, 'and4; the moat: to mpleL':
fin lot of 9 j. Kleinschmil1t.. ._ .. of Hotel .w- .. 5 001 2 5C .
Clark has .,the. st Mark* and Bran** Keeper State Servli-e rc'ra* its cwn Correpomlent *-.
C .
}. : M. L. Johns' l 5 00
new house on announced 10 Truby 8ternburg Co. rchants..1 10 001 ?.
.. As
in December
'atchea IDeal i t I1- Madison avenue is almost we we 11 C. H. 'fhompl'un. ... .. Eating Saloon. .". 5 002 50 MALE AND RMALEINSTITUTE. Its.TelegniphkJ I OHitffTff Qirotat loiwwf

>c f done. car-load at Jones & now com propose soon to publish all the marks 12 Lewis McCully. .. ....Mercbant... .. .... ". 10 00 500 row all the.'ewlitwrCHieVof: *hJ>. Uninniare

Rich.L ( t by the .pleted and adds much to the beauty 'and brands that are handed in to us 13 V. J. Shipma.n. ._ . ... .II.. .. do do iu iisp'ns.lblectw'trtry Fruit Grmei\i

-=: er'.. of itr locality. It will be 14: J. Drollsl.to .. .. ..... u .. do do awl<< are worth to crfS*' one who hasa .*

ready for with 10 cents. This is a chance to 15V htchell.. .. .... .. Confectioner. ., do do .. lulr! mail twenty'tAnes the price' of 'UK-

:.k'* and get one of its inmates by Feb.. 1. have brand recorded 18 Andrews & Alvarez. . Livery Stab1c' .. 5 00 2SO: pnptr. Its Vee4Uli> Quotations.-

, .t. your'-a cheap.Do 17 Wm. Tison .. .... .. MerchBnt... .. 1000 500 are also full uuu ct4t:; '. ...
j Ib.nf '
,j e hams at lie per Our hunters artall away this week not elar J yon intend to take 18 Pearce&Blanton. .. ._. .. II II.. do do One -
1 .. I' Tenr.........-. ..-..' ,.. ,to,
: ;" *bQe 8 for the n.xt4jiitW. on hunt in Levy county. No I advantage' oXthis liberal offer. tf 19 J. n. Lites & Co.. . .. II .. do do STARKE, FLk$ Six months._. 5.W'
20 W. W. Chapman.. .. .. do do .
Thni'n.onths.- '
..,. 250;
U. Rivers.. 2 doubt but they will come back well .- A.Bold Robbery. 21 Summers &; Bro. .. ... ... .... .. .... du do One xnooib.... ...._> ...'.:......._.... 'J1bi .
22 N. J. & Son. .. JANUARY9th
laden with Hope will Barry do do SPRING TERM OPJSNS .
they Mr. Wm. Mitchell's residence
: [ boobs *1 Joues & Heiberg-. on 23 R.G. Ware. ..... .. .. .. .. do do 1888, and continues Six Months. -' .

t.L remember their friends. the wharf was entered on Tuesday 24 T. W. Swe&t.. ........ .. .I .1 do do and TIlE -.

25 A. L. VonKim...... ..... .. do do RATES of tuition. $2.00, $3.00. r.
Clark ha jut received some We received a very busineM-Uke evening about 8 p.' m., while the 26 Garner, Pratt &; Edwards Land Agents.. 25 00 12 50 4.00 per month payable at the month.end of Florida Times .

epistle from James Darby, one of family were temporarily absent, and 27 RIchard, Pace &; Wills.. .Merchants .. II II 10 00 5 00 each mo&U Music, $3.50 per Weekly ;

fine sausage, at 15c per lb. 28 Fred )[artin. .. . .. Keeper P Room" II 5 00 2 50 Every advantage offered to those :who I
our young friends. lie is with W. $400 in cash and a new watch taken. 29 B. H. Jones...... ..... .. Uerebant.. .. I' II 10 00 5 00 I desire a liberal education ut a low cost. EIGHT PAGES., .

ake up, everybody, and help P. Slusser & Co. in Tallahassee and As soon as the theft was discovered -,30 C L. Peek .. .. . .' Insurance Ag't do do For further particulars address, .

I [" Sub-Tropical display. 31 .rann8rd )[itcbell.. .. .. Merchant.... II do do M. A. CLARK A. B. The Best and Cheapest F milJ'.-
is search made for the but .
'p a we believe' doing well. was 32 dobnA., KI'g.! . . ..Druggist..... .. 44 do do -- .

ERS. ) .. has more strangers now The first : up to this time no clue has been 33 M. L. McKtnneJ'..... .. ..Mercban t .. .. .. II II do do Principal.Dec. W.ee1dr in theSout .
strawberries '
,hBtarke of the season found. This is loss to'Mr. 34: '. 3t. C. Hood . . .. .Pedler. . . 8 3 417 23. 87-tf

If \ at anyone time for a long were shipped from Starke on a severe 35 Joseph Pendanfs . ...Merchant... .. .. 10 00 li 00 ?* Cental the cream of the daily ftp "flic"
Mitchell who has O.
\ last the sympathy of 36 W. Maines &; Co. ... u do do week. .
This Ottjy $1.00 50c. for
LE :e. Friday. crop promises to all .. 37 C. L. Peek.. .. .. .... ...Land A ent. .. .. 00 12 50 THE HUMANAs per year; .

Florid! McAfea :is circulatfjf :, b. a good one this year, and we hope J' S
J. R.
px.188 RICHA.RD County Judge. well as the animal so also is the sap the

;, a petition to Congress to pass theJjair I that our growers will do well Capt. Sanderson, of the U. S. ---. f life of the tree, as well as the vegetable. A sickly I fc 1LIBERAL PREMIUMS OPFEHElT.-; ..- ... S_

.: Navy, from Albany l' ; New York, whois ls.C- : Buttltn Laee Ind Coir ..fIIMI. AIk your"talter"I tree will produce immature fruit A delicate plant I .. .. ...
Bill The peach trees are all in full -- the JAMES nIEANS tH SHOE or the will Immature No dare Send for clrcnlirfyt .
.ES, ". _ now stopping at" the Cole Hotel .. ME.l.'i1j 83 iflOi.cevrdiugtoyourn.,4s. .lAHU produce vegetables man sample crtj l fl!3.
I m J'OI1UvllT
Mr. D. Newingham has built a bloom, making a perfect bower of : .; =J n.....e genuine 1UIJu.ourtampappu.ri piiniyo.1011I. find fault with nature,she always: does her part -"'-
( here, has much improved in health \ :-- -- well;but man must help her if he would reap a

'l1t1t! shed over the walk in front ofl1i1 all the gardens and orchards, and and will remain here until Spring. JAMES .MEANS harvest. If you want a plentiful and well matured THE FLOIUII.t P'A1UIEIl.

we have noticed'peaches harvest of golden fruit and large welt matured -
as large as -
NCD store. Capt. S. says that with a few more ':- I -- S4 SHOE vegetables: use; "THE BKST FEETILITER": : andit Fruit-Grower. 5 "
A is r And
: had its first peas. big crop promised. -has : Wm will give you all satisfaction Lid leave your .
1 Oar new jail has occu- get-up-and-go men Starke go.od .1 not ww to long M the '. ..
Groves in 6 good healthy condition for winter,
L.CD.- who is accused Mr. C. L. 1'eek informs us that future before her that she has JAMES TIlE
I pant-.1. colored man many ;- % MEANS what more could you desire. All ord-rs w m receive OREAAGRTCrL-rUR.jLiAf: : .

since he has advertised in the TELEGRAPH natural advantages different from ; : prompt attention.Address all orders to .- ., .
robbery.Xr. dP ti
S3 SHOE D. W.BRIOHAM. Manufacturer, : .;
Jt he has sold three pieces of most other towns and ahead she .. j./ :
- go .4t J"'on It i i. fe frr ., Lakeview, Clay Co Florida.
L. Witkoveki has painted and ;. f r TP nltn who* orrrpatlant urc inch M1aJ And un urpas ed in the South. Practical
=z: property aggregating I them la rail f>r a lighter and more tin.., .b..than Parties can be furnished with any quantity \
the front of his over $4,000.It must if proper steps are taken by. ; 2. t.V JAStKS: MKAKS: 83 KI1OK. Our tt Siae" Itlllbh.hd illustrations! in each numlnrr. Indi-.pens.-i: .
jch improved to advertise and don't "'!/ for iiM-lf. permanent reputation f.r fimfnrt they desire. D. W. BRIOHAM. ble to every farmer; ipinlener\ nn l fruit
pays you her most progressive citizens. .i. "'Id d:ir-.t.\litj'mill as no i.i.'ier,hOlO bat erer known la th*
store building.The -- tTi c )i.s rrv i f the tr. d,'. >o roDipetitnra ant *bl.to*pf rouh grower .
all forget it. Mlu B. Combs Wood.. : 11. 'lit:* .J.JiiK ManA 84 ,hoe it lit.,lit and .f)1L.I:, FIRST CLASS PRIVATE One year.$2.00 .
Street Committee are bound '. r4. *iiJ it i ..'(* !'..Mr I. *rv.hoe < ..
the and sidewalks A great many of our citizens are There were but few present to :il: fir'nn-H.,"po'l 1-; Jmr Wit coiifiiontlj?'!v2fla; tf-i rt that-ho.ill i.tvnj equal riUl to till re- BOARDBRADFORD -rhrccm.nihs.t ..................... RoEnlurgcd -
all streets
Z. 10 put visiting the Sub-Tropical. It will be bear Miss Woods, but that did noti1etr I .' :t.tiJ\. :. I SUIT.:'J.cwd fT. Ht..J'.PLOOhl"l'.n".mle..r.Jr..p.khrxt ,,'hlL1h..v.. huhfrtrt: hrrn rrtalltd tt i and form changed: : to a quarto; S.

Fia.u in good repair. ; ) i\\i;"\ ;.,} It t.n a p.rfuct'r ,month hnttwin iioid! It fit. like a IN STARKE convenient in size for binding. .* .
well for the merchants ) her from her of I : ; ... .
fulfilling .
advertisemore part
- to ;L : ; .t" iv.; end rquir.a.. no breaking In. b tojjurfptlTO.i'V Persons subscribing before January 1. .
.. .
)) the(- t t .11 1 I.worn.Jrms COUNTY. FLORIDA.0 .
WANTED AT ONCE-Two tanvau- extensively, or maybe dollars the programme, which was .well- t.1 i'ais' and rn.'a SIxx** were" the. flnt I. thisenrry 1888, get the remaining issues of the :
to l ritcniivrly adirrrl: .rct. If you hive bccai present year FHEE.tySample .
,.en, good wages guaranteed. Applyit will be spent in Jacksonville $bat selected and exceedingly' well-ren jJ !:"ipixii.itod( : I in nthrr adrrrtiprd. Sbn,.. j-unr *zprica: THE FLORIDA HOME." :
"".'-.: to t'flrh TOII tlut It i safer to Lay ahoci ma*>kjrf copies of nil free to any .
'. this office. ought to at home. dered one. Miss Woods seems L-'t-::' 1 Ipnilrrt rf a Ttrm, rather: than thot aide ky ths(4orrs. -0Bulldlo& address.
stay -
S ... 'J'IC! IaM': are told by the hit rttaHeivthr .

r. Starke needs a City; Hall, but mote Mr. Clark, who 'bought FrankWahl'3 equally as fine in comedy as in pathetic S.T......,.""..,r.I......,...h.......n:mply,...!'Vnc.u.nded l .,-."tll'I "'.,,.lsu.diit'ly-ii'.toit] :witMn: a the your Fust:1 L'nltcd rearh rtrci.wol : .Ptat in any<-.. and Mate we or Territory will plat! ,if thar .jam : plaster new,paris room and 1 S ftirnlabedwllli x 15,finishediu THE MORNING NEWS ., \

and these parts. -We thought we could i<'1 o! .iuw l"if i.rrlt. ..f II"I'n l -. neat new furniture.
-some street lamps place, has so much improved .ft.3.ni.'Janp:1 H:". 10 thi h.t Inwnr4. Ib.
,jet r TT'rii.
almost hear : I!. Ir''r c''',,' ft. ...,1.,.. IIt, I'. JIm.. -0-
well lighted.I it that it is hardly to be recognizedas : H.ubenstem'playingherlast ) .'4 4.n.. i...,ter. t..oid.rillrUoo: u.4s vI....1&, Rates per day week and month very moderate. STEAM PRINTING HOUSE. .
r. piee... "The..First.Composition" u.'ar.'i ht. I 41| Lincoln I St., Boston, Mass. Rates given on application. Table supplied with .

It is reported that the orange trees the same piece of property.Ve -- -------_ _ the best the markets afford at all neatum Liberal Printing, Lithographing; Engraving ...
droll little and made discount from regular rates made to parties
was a piece
blooming. We have seen but are glad to obtain such good citizens, COMER L. PEEK, spending the winter season. Owls g to our light. Stereotyping, Book ,... .
.. ue one think of by-gone d&ys.Ve dry, healthy atmosphere btarke IA consideredby : Binding and Blank .
., bud and it immature.The and heartily welcome all such to many learned Physicians as oiie among the .
xme hope the lady will visit Starke again ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & NO- best points in the State at which to pass the whi Book Manufacturing
S. Starke. ter. The "Florida Home" is a handsome building ,
terrible storms in the North \, ---.--- and she will be more liberally pat. TARY and is located one block from the Railroad THE LARGEST CONCERN OF TilE .
*. \ Passenger Depot. Starke is 26 miles south of
Mr'I.: Frank Snrtinvers of Provi. KIND IN THE .
erq. and West make us feel glad that ronized. Baldwin and is reached by the Florida and Navigation SOUTH. .

' there is a Florida and we in it. dence; died last week-after; a very Highland Notes. ., ,p ROYAL STAKKB ABSTRACT, BRADFORD OF TITLE COUNTY and FLORIDA.Real Estate guest C'o's.Address Line. Special! attention given invalid Thoroug'hlv equipped and complete within .' ....

W.V.. MOORE. itself; the latest machinery and tho
short illness of Iwt three days. His 41 S law .
$ a Specialty.
: Starke. Bradford Co.,Fla.
LOWEST PRICES and best value in most skillful workmen. .
: disease is a mystery; and was pronounced This beautiful weather, is makingour Abstracts furnished showing every Deed, Dec. 9, 1887. COHPO NATIONS. MANUFACTUR5
harness saddles!, bridles, collars, Mortgage Lien. Tax; Sale Judgment, At- tR
heart'(1i for th,> want .. ..
('ase and .
and all
strawberry fruitgrowerswear d Inchmen matter! of Public ;.;..
,whip, etc., at Newingbams. Record & file Titles of Real Estate FLORIDA
of something better to call it. smiling faces. Two of our affecting CHANTS. MECHANICS. AND BUSIJSK8S ;. .

Mias Emma hogan one of Starke's] iu Bradford county Florida up"todate ; MEN GENERALLY about pa&i.. '
I have "
strawberry groweis n-ccstly Abstract.. "
, The Street Committee have declared
RotrGMR1c ing oriters for anything in Ihe above lines,

I talented young ladies, has rented a a new street running north purchased new teams, in anticipation -: Headquarters for FIRE INSURANCE 'trom a \i>iting card! to a mammoth poster.

.. I sboose and to housekeeping. representing the Liverpool & London & x>r from a memorandum book to a mammoth -
gone and south through :Mr. Clark's and of the heavy: strawberry crop. Globe Co. lediciT. arc. requested to give this

!* Mrs. M. L. Johns and Mrs. Annie N. J. Joues' propetty, and one east Our young, pushing townsman' O e0. holloa trial. ->. .,,.- .

Brown are visiting at the bedside of and west through Mr. Jones'. This Cook, not. to be outdone by any of The Charleston Rice Mill II. J ESTILL" PropFKloT,---- .- -'r.e.-: a .

3 Whitakcr St. Savonnnh. Gn. ..
'3iisa Sophia McCormick at Gaines will open up Home beautiful. building the "older boys," has now in'readiness UltutiSTORE. ing Company

ville. loti. for use a bran new, 4 mule ARlil THE NBWS-HERALD '

wagon, very handsomely made and EAST END I1ASELL STKEET. .
While the dredging was going on The mass meeting held Monday .
painted, for moving his strawberrycrop COOPER RIVER CII.UUESTO: S C.I .
at Crosby'Lake, an Indian canoe was afternoon at the Court House wan FLORIDA'S GREAT DAILY,
to the station. The Peen-to W. P. RUSSELL, Jr., ?
discovered in the bottom of the not well attended, Jet enough of POWDERAbsolutely .
peach trees of our nurseryman, Mr. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT.This DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS.

r creek. Starke's energetic men gathered solicits Rough flee to .
Knox, are just loaded with blooms, Published at Jacksonville FJa.
I The TELEGRAPH office is the there to organize a committee to get Pure. pound) on TOLL AT 8c PER BUSHEL, Every Day In the Year. _
sfF; and a good deal of the fruit are large The cheapest rate in the rjcegrowinuStates. .

I place to get your work done. We up a 32-page pamphlet: for the Sub- as walnuts. Mr. Knox has had} his Thia powder flAvor varies. A marvelof They guarantee the very best turn* !4 .... ,: : ,.

Tropical. purity, strength and wbolesomeness out or yield and a first rate "sample." KATOM m.DanIU DUtaDD cv 'I'D' suiinDPRFSSDESPATGBS,4'
guarantee to pleas you in every _ bands more than full for the past More economical than the ordinary They furnish 300 pound Rice Barrels at V "
respect Mr. and Ml'S.Y.. II. lleafford, of month filling orders for his choice kinds, and cannot be sold iu competitionwith J. L. GASKINS, cents CHch., cooperage of burn-In at the ) ; ..

I _ the multitude of lowest, short flEA LEIt IN. spout 10 rents. tCU1DDtG.a.u. .
Messrs. & Co. Kingiley, have had their son, Mr. home stock. Says he has weight. alum of phosphate powders, ,
Truby, Sternburg grown Drayage on Hough Rice from depots! or
& Medicine !
in Royal Powder
Sold only cans. Biking Drugs : ..
Heafford and with wharf mill bu hel. Commission
Wallace family to cent
of their found the "Starke a '
have a new sidewalk in front Co., 106 Wall-st.. N Y. FROM FOREIGN LANDS. ,:
salts of Dressed Rice I
S Starke Fla.Physicians' on only -: Of
them for brief visit last week. April 17. '86. -;
a valuable medium for advertising .
.store; and are now putting a cover very cent (alt I lie dollar_ Cheap ra'usof_: freight .:

it.Starke Mr. 1!. is General Passenger! agent his stock.A Prescriptions via railway to hnrleslon.! Kcnirh Ri .
over Sick. hendache. wind on the stomach. bought by sample; at liest market rate. lf>t .
was favored J on Monday n by for the C., M. &:; St. P. R. R., and large chimney and .3 fireplaceshave biliousness, nausea, are promptly and Carefully ComjKwudfd at all Jwur*-day ot cash I in allY qtit n Lily. BY WIRE AND MAIL A SPECIALTY.

his visit was necessarily shortened. added the Cook nfgfU Let us pound out and sell p-irrrl f>r .
been to man- banished I li Dr J. H. McLean'sLittle .'
: agreeably .
) 'fte of having fo notid s .. .
trained bears and three trained ., .
two and
-- ----- --- July 20, 18 9 -Q 1. you. say a car loud as a trhl. y u .
Liver and Kidney Pellets. 25c a bcnsut5 ftraigfatfonravA metropolitan 6ID7 .... I
small well One of our little boys, Darby will srrid us another or if you prefer itosell ,
Julians Tbft boy was sion.Mr. paper, voted toDEMOCitATIC .
Qaskins: will have on exhibition at and Mrs. Mayhew, who havea vial. in the rough send u* a quirt: sampleiu
.pleased. u shot bag. and we will make you an UNITY AND SUCCESS .

_ the Sub-Tropical three drawings, nice place here, have recently returned Exposure to rough weather, getting wet, J. W HICKS offer. rad dM proper KpnmattOm of the 8tlrt b.. .
Mr. D. Newioghara has executed by him, nicely framed. to occupy it, after spending! living in damp localities, are favorable to interests, eaaMd a large wnnber of wwUthy dtteM

large and well-assorted stock of liOme months at their old home in the contraction of diseases of the kidneysand io form a Joint stock eompanT to thai end.tad by ..
They ale a landscape, a handsome: uniting the two dailies, the MOBKIX' Krw and the
harness and other at his storeon bladder. As a preventive: and for CITY :
goods ,
dog and a pair of deer.V hen it is New York State. .r' No Universal Remedy X2ALD. proTldltig an Abundant t'apttaJ. new ma
Call street. I the cure of all\ kidney and liver trouble, Urhd ud a coinit
considered that. he is now but bix The Highland Farmer'sAlliance: use that valuable lemedy. Dr. J II. Mc n \llnER\ D hula DRES RII. they LAT afforded the people of Florida a
I bas been discovered but as at least
The R. R. Company have posted years of age, I his genius will seem : met on Saturday, January 14th, iml Lean's Liver and Kidney Balm. $1.00 J I four-fifths yet of human diseases; hare their, BepreMntatlre Daily Newspaper,

notices forbidding all trespass on more remarkable.Last I I initiated several new members per bottle. 1 OPEN AT ALL TIMES. source in Impure Blood, a medicine thct to a benefit tad aa ornament to UK Stats to .

_ _ _
the track or their prenaisee, under eight new members were received. which restores that fluid from a depraved whicbfttidoY4

week we paid a neighborlyvisit Physicians prescribe Dr. .1. II. McLean's{ SHOP ON( MUST jijsrasrOF to a healthy condition comes. as '
penalty of the law. OFFICERS: THE DAILY 'NEWS-HERALD ,
to Mr. F.: J. Fields, who lh'es. Tar Wine and Lung Balm; iu it they find near being a universal cure as any that
O. C. Knox President.O. RAILROAD. Has the Acknowledged
lie has few of while its can be produced. Ayer Sanaparllla .
For some reason unknown the just out of town. a no trace opium or morphia.
C. Plummcr, Vice President. Will conslnntly! *kecp on han mail from the North is in the habitof acres, well arranged. Here you will efficacy in curing all throat Ir lung diseases line >f the f1'lowing: 'wxl< for sI1('. formation, and is, therefore adapted t. FlorIda.SUBSCRIPTION .

coming late almost every day find variety and in a few years quan- A. F. Lang Secretary. is wonderful. \NDRrKF) } CURE tocleannethehur.CKE.VM \ a greater variety of complaints than any
\ ROSES for the face to
II. B. Hudson Treasurer.S. I : OF
from three hours. He has red and black Far better than thehiir jiii ainjent of other known medicine. RRIOBS:
one to tity. raspberry rem >vi sunburn, tan, freckles and.sinoth
A. Carpenter, Chaplain. medicines wb/ir'n I the ; sldu. OHO Y..r................................ $8.0O
Mr. J. G. Alvarez has sold his vines, doing well; also Kitta- horribly gripe p.i- line of Razors anil Hones Boils and Carbuncles, Mz Month............................. 4.OO .
Hicks Lecturer full -
E. A
blackberries all of which bear L. I tient and ilestroy, the costing! : of the stoinch i constantly Thr. MoMtbs......................... 2.OO

I? greys. No doubt the TKLEGBAPM tinny lie has several W. D.: Carter,' Assistant Lecturer. \ ),'..-'J. II. McLean's Chills and Fever Oil hand old ntzot1 J. !W.* rcpiilrrd.hiCKS, which defy ordinary treatment.yield toAyer'l On Month.............................. .7* .. ..
excellent' Sarsaparilla after a comparatively -
was considerable help in making this. Darling Carter, K>or Keeper, Cures: by mild yet effective action willre !-TA HKK. FLA. brief trial. SWSCWTBIIJ TAKE1 IT ALL SPOMIBLE: KWSOCALIU.

cherry trees, apple and apricot trees, / Soht at 50 cents bottle.
trade-treat Mr. A. ..
M. Byrd, Assistant oor Keeper. -- Mr. C. K. !Iunaol Charlottesville,
all,doing wll; he has a fine strawberry -- Va., writes that for year he was afflicted THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.

LOST If ycu buy harness, sad patch, mostly Newnan Improved I HK:, ., I Persons who lead a ilk ot exp"!suie ares J JOINER.STARKE with boils which caused him Many people raiding at a distance from'd&Qy nn-
dies, etc., at D. Newinghams you the plants were full of bloom Starke Literary Society ibjet to iheumiitism, neuralgia and much suffering. These were succeeded way communication do not care to take a daiTynewepaper.
r carbuncles of which he had several For these and others to pobUabeds
save from 10 to 25 per et/llt., otherwise .- and immatured herril's.r.; F. pre- After a short vacation these {plea r Ii tnbago and will find a valuable remedy] ,by atone time. He then began the use ofAyer's
it Dr. J. H. .! Oil Lini
that is lost of nice freshwater gatherings will be resumed. All member II cLean'solcnie { FLA.
money keiited us with a mess Sarsaparilla, and aftetaking Weekly News-Herald
are reques'ed to be present this ertnir g, ment; it will banish pain: and subdue in- -- I three bottles the carbuncles disappeared I
1 which we enjoyed extremely. --
Mr. J. Alvarez has built a new cress, flammation.
as there win be impoitant business to U- CHE1tCAtS and for six years he has not bad OUT EVERY THURSDAY,

fence in front of his residence, whichis tend to. The following is the program ne DRUGS AND : even a pimple. Containing the cream: of the matter published hi

a very great improvement to the as arranged for the evening: Children will freely lake Dr. J. H. :MeLean's That insidious disease, Scrofula, ia I the daily during the preceding seven days.

Portrait Painting. Instrumental Music .. .!II..-* Ella v I 'the fruitful cause of innumerable complaints -
street as >\ ell as his phice.Mr. .! Mr. U. McCloy, who has lately I Recitation.... ..Mi-s kieUe.:!. .T \c Tar Wine and Lung n dill; unlike II ,Consumption being only one of Oi ne Dollar a Year. i
... will I
Song. .Misses E. Richard an E. Clarke fo* settled here from Latrobe, Pa., has I I Instrumental Music............ ....Prof i iKecitation ("14 ic. yrups. no i S many equally fatal. Eruptions,ulcers, i Ad"...,..,
agent thiuat
Harry other and heal ahv
........ ... Miss Mittie Constant e. disease: of sore glandular swellings, weak
with view of engaging I C. Richa|rd.I 1- I eyes i T. T. STOCKTON. BusinMt .
informs a Song..J. Managtr.j
the line of sleamyrs' quicker than other remedy !
Mallory .prospecting i Recitation .... ........Miss MJr Mar in. uugs J> j-ny and wasted muscles a capricious appetite ""'
us that he bold six tickets,; from New in portrait painting in Starke.A I -I and the like, are pretty sure indications j'P.O. C<%"D.oTlldt..*"," 35*

York to Starke in one day, this week. sample of his work can be seen "What shall I do!" the maiden c>lHe Soap.: Soap. Soap. ,I i41M4I of a scrofulous taint in the !I --- -- :-O"- .- -- '--I..- (
beautiful face.
at Henderson's photographic gallery will be bAre tonight *nd mvhs Anew receipt that will make I E5 S-2.r! system. Many otherwise I I'o'\tt'IIL" :.S)) F?:' I- 6vr.ni---.r' L
disfigured by pimples eruptions
There bales of cotton on are chapped however I bave. of are
were 176 I ; lh ubliter
Gardiner & Pratt's real estate of for I blotches which arts your name and adilre1to : ;
under Salvation Oil. 50 lbs good laundry soap TL ND FANCY .RTICtES and unsightly ,
the wharf last week'' at one time, and : thing; for the II from impure blood showing the need of of I he 7'iinelf>un.. nt JjcksunvUK'. Pli.,
cffice. $1.00. Thisil isjiKt the '! ,
80 this 'wc..c.lt. Over 600 hales: have here a few Are you restless at ni ht assed for Sale I 1' IT M0CINES&e.P Ayer's Sarsaparilla to remedy the evil. a." get a sample copy ((free) of the Flarvlt .
Mr. McCIoy came: Farmers. ixreipt i is \
This) Fruit
and ilhl'
All sufferers from arnier GrvirerjMt'd
been from here this season. by a bad cough? UseY 's rRIPTiON CARFVITLLVP011'DED -
stripped he
months!! ago so ill it was thought at only Sl.Ou. Ad Tar Wine Lung Balm, itj r AT ALL HOURS.AKEVEWCWCOUNfl. all
--- ---------- ou : trial,-avoiding powders ointments I
We have a t\amplc of soap made would scarcely stand his journey. snund sleep, and effect J. 1'. HH'KLK, and washes, and especially 'cheap and' velopmcnt of 10'Lain' .
and worthless compounds, which p article"*
improving !
by Mr. J. 1>. Ilickle, (If Lakeview.It lIe is now rapidly cal cnre. JVIt'W.Totheflrst : fail to effect a cure, but more fr. 4ueaggravate ,
looks like a different man altogether. vrj-rt nn"wrs this lvertiem p and confirm the diseases t1. [iuMf t-m
!seems to be of a very girnd quality I T..L..LLAk5 V1iW.u.t.aaIifrI, ......,LsL.I ..... advertised to .
climate here There are many accii diseases and mention, this paper 1 will end H rceipJ I LI rrt.e.'v laaldo. 11..01 ..1.. r are fraudulently
frl\ln \Ve evidently have a .-' I I $l.9wiilb.y>liTecrUk.i-irui>nini;.,..'eorl":1o
and cllllw male the recipe which affect s'oc| I ..demY. cMit>&jin M the human frame -- ---- -- .,. fc.ttl. b ... M-i, ".11>
will build ... ; < A &e.- peat use Sarsaparilla
that he selU" for the small sum of one that up nconvenience and, REGENERATOR- ._. >>__1......II.! aad.P.........-of prl hIe. re+ ,.
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del BE1VTAL 4c,,..uh...... Ilia" .n..C Pie atefrIbet
dollar material can I that is not thoroughly pidat.ed his wurk. which edied all consequences! of ........10.en"ot en II i".i. "f p'I..Id.. ?UZPA&D: BY
and for 50c the toUr not DeeM;iwewB the energy,coprre and vigor wlll\sit.ew I.w.. rIz"sd.c.acio.O tie
unimprovable. We wish him by the use of P'J: I f Tooth. <'uMkD_of mind and body;berrou ctiLn CO.P.O.boi ISa J :=r.'F; : .
be makeover 5M 1 Jbs. of. and 1. 1'DebUtt. 8pin l Kibnostioa. Loit Manhoodetc. A Dr. J. C. Ayer tt Co.. Lowell, Mua.
bought 1
tQ I 11111L'11 success in his new departure- canic Oil Liniment' SJSrSiiBIKKB! ; .RKM; *OO'&fld. Boz restonti 14." vdT.! P.itIar J FLORIDA.iI. Bold by ail Drnggtota. Price$1; ixl>o U...lfcj
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STATIC SE\\S I Tho pn-tty maiden fell overboard A CASE FOR. A SOLt3- .'-A woman in : I + .IER } !(ATLL.S: 'II !

.New"Yolk came l<> tllt agent of tinAnti- GAN'S BA-Z1\AR I .
and her lover leaned over the side cruelty bock-ty recently with the follownp ft 11 ; 1.It
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clipped from ocr State Kxch&ngts. of the boat as she rose to the surface, tale of woe and asked fur advice: : -
'TlK-rt is a young mm: living over in AI-! .
Corn is selling in Mai on countyat and said: "Give me your hand." leg ency who pretends to be very much in .

forty cents per bnshel. "Please ask pap," she said, as she love with me. lie is only 20 years 01"'j P. O. BUILDING. .'.. :. :: HARNESS SHOP
and in a letter which I received ye> .
A total of 336 business licenses sank for tho second time.. be states that he is devotedly attached tome -4 1-__- :, +:o---- -I-- : ,

and that: he will either many mc or find. well !
have been issued in Key West.A Mr, J. V. Burke, our live real commit suicide. Unfortunately, however, D IEA.. Ii 23: IR S I3ST .. '"' Whecc 'Horsemen will a til'edt.ltrk: ofHarness"

I am in a pretty bad fix. You see, I am Saddles l1"; JI '
sale of : ( ( 'Collars
recent day's on arrived last Sunday
sponge man, married aud have six children. Besides SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONARY OF ALL KINDS) AMENJS .. ..

Key West wharf amounted to : morning from a. week'. tramp in that ray husband left me sometime ago. ;. -S .. ...JlalterrhilS Laslies Brushes

t6,403. _ _ i I the wilds of La Fayette connty. The The fact of young my having man says six he children does _;ind'cd.mind the he l 1ht i huix Sf : :: '." : Comb Blankets SpUrs ArcAT &c. I

Thisveek two was the company of visitors he had in tow, wants to 'be father to them all." Tin- %.** 6' ,
years ago agent said he would take a vk off and SKA-SIDE LIBRARY AND FINE CIGARS.
disastrous freeze in Florida, Summer indicates an important deal in pros- think over the cast. '1- REASONABLE: PRiCES.

-Gulf view. -- '. .
pect. ,,
weather .
street All goods warranted to bo as represented.Repairingand : t.
1,500 sbaies in the new -At St: Augustine, King solicited and prompt attention given to same. '

Palatka, Building and Loan Association presented a.lively scene Friday STAKKE, Fla., January 13, 18S. 79 '., *. 12m. : i Oiling promptly done*,

night. A gang of men were engaged WHYTHE POTOMAC FORCES FOUGHT '& .

have been taken. in laying altemporary track from tho LESS STONCLY IN JUNE, 18Q4. c- : .Examine My Stock. :Compare My Prices.,

Mr. Hiram Gove has recently set Ponce de Ieon railroad on Cordova STARKE' CARRIAGE FACTORY x. .*;

out over 10,000 strawberry plants on street to the wharf.', foot, of King- Official Figure of the Loaae.-Generall ,; D. Newingham Call St. Starke; 'na.,

his place near Maitland. Killed and Wounded on Both Sides '
street, for the transportation of a .w-
A Private Soldier State a Problem- .
The first1Vestibule; train arrivedin locomotive and par of the St. Augustine A Contrast.At ; -.z

Jacksonville on the 10th It left and South Beach railroad, on \Hagons Made.ToTOrder, y
the time, In the latter part of June,
New York with 70 passengers. Anastasia Island. The track was 1864, It was freely charged by the gener- .' New and Valuable Nursery Stockf

The farmers of Volusia county laid in sections of about ten rods. als employed In the Arm}'of the Potomac Plows. Made To Order, :
that that army was not fighting as ( .
will experiment extensively with After the train passed over it. the stanchly at Petersburg as it had foughtIn -

peach i trpes the Doming Reason track front.of was the. taken locomotive.up and relaid One mile in. The the charge Wilderness was true.or We at Spottsylvania.had seen regi- Repairing ot :all kinds Fdone neatly and with! dispatch i mer We who present wishes to to yon add a to list the of value valuable of.and fruits beautify which his indispensable homo. to every far.%'%|.>l I|

ments melt befqre the heat of the Confed- Farmers with a small amount of and labor add '
can, several
The'rc Factory has been putting very money boa.' VI
and a half of the road on Anastasia erate battle-fire, until a scant hundred. dred per cent. to the value of their property and the happines and comfort of th.. ,
in th-e'y1ftmj this week, and i is now and the men fell into line when the drum tapped. i HORSE-SHOEING BLACK-SMITHING homes and family by mbracinjr the opportunity here offered of obtaining at a mull'

: for business. Guls beach is a.'lready'completed.. We had seen brigades fall into battle line ,. ., .. cost the new and leading varieties of fruits suited to this section, viz :
nearly .ready. work is still going forward.-Palatka 800 musket strong. Once at Cold Har- f -: .7 ... __ __.___ -__7r ___ ___ '
View." T.Mrs. bor two regiments were sent to support P ARS.7 ta 11 feet hfeh.Leconte POMEGRANATELarpeSweet -- '

News. my battery. I smiled sorrowfully at the All kinds"of Iron and Wood Work'solicited. ...... ... .
...'........ 1 1Banlett ... l
: 11. JJ. Hinton, of Tallahassee scanty array. One hundred and twenty ........... V25 cents each, $20 100 Blood ReJ.. .. .... ....f ill eta SC
Twenty Impolite Thine muskets, sixty files, were all that were .i Keiffer............ ) -1.'
)hTs{ jnllt sold. three of. her fine cows We had '. I Osborn's Summer,.. ,......30 cents each --
left of
n'c 1. Loud and boisterous laughing. two Delaware regiments. If you want a Buggy, Wagon, Buckbodrd JSurrey Phaeton Large Japan,... .....,.. ...DO cents each .
for $170 for $50 for 155 which .
one teen heavy artillery regiments, ." Ilwar(...sauie price standards: or seedlings J1ULBERRUCS.White }

_and one for.:|95. 2. Reading; when others are talk- joined us at Spottsylvania" 1.500, 1,600 or other vehicle from a Baby Carriage/ to a Band-wagon _ very prolific......... I .
any : '
ing. 1,700 men strong, fall into line before Red Enrbl'am ....... ca.0- ) '

Theweather clerk seems to have 3. Talking when others are reading. to Petersburg come back, 400 from, 500,the COO assault men strong deliveredon and I can supply your want on short"nttice. . vPEACHES. to 5 feet high. 1 -j.

made miscalculation and jumned 4. Cuting finger nails in company. June 18, 1864, still weaker. The en- .. .-' .. .'. Alexander Pecuto and very Honey early.. )....1 NUTS.Eiiiilidh .t
*> listed men who passed unharmed throughthe Hales Early .. ...... .1 \\"slant....... .... ) .
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spring time, and given us\ summer 5. Joking others in company. the losses Pallas(seedling of Honey). f20ctJ.cac h, )1.I( ChineseKngliKh: ............
frightful carnage judged Carriage Manufacturing'A.Specialty: Blood. ...... ... ;.. I Chestnuts.. 50 cea&i
JBFeather right from the word go. 0.Ga/ing rudely strangers. the army suffered by the actual losses Golden Yellow.. ..... J ..pan! .. ........1. .
that had occurred in regiments with Spanish ... ......
Few of the extent 7. Leaving a stranger without a -" : l'eca.ns..1 .
are aware ? ..
which .
S we were .
.. Almonds, loft shell........ f -
.of tile; Eagle Pencil Company's iriipromxits. seat. the official figures. During May, I OtTP PLUMS, 4 U> 6 feet high.
1864, which period of time includes the E I. I I I ----
In our next issue wepropose 8. Making yourself hero of your prolonged study of the Confederate entrenchments !'9 XJ&, 3.. ', Wild I'runus(iO4)sk.O-'anliilrt.o.ll..dn..25( cents" each.. GRAPES.Kagie 0

to give a description of own story. at North Anna, the Japan Medlerslevergrrun ..: ...;, ." N'Uf''IJin-, ........ .....
\ Kelsey Japan 2 years. ... ...60 1l1ae. ; : :
of the Potomac lost 335 .. g
9. Reading aloud in Army .. .. .. .. q .
.. x company 1 .35: Or any ariety .. .... j J.
officers killed, 1,343 wounded, and .
If the Democrats nominate Cleve- without,being asked. 211 missing. Five or MX general officers Starke 1jla -. -. t
church before were killed and ten or twelve wounded rEI'IN'O .
10. Leaving worship IIII JAPAN PERSIMMON,on*ytar.Seedless. or UclonSbnib.A .;
and and Carlisle next yci.r, on aound' during this month. In the same month .
: .
,. .". ........ .. i new thiag destined to be one o1 tha bit ;
is aiar.
over. 6.189 enlisted men were killed, 27,140 II .... ..... ......
platform they will sweepin .. Among. extra Kirjrr. .. .-Cjot-rts l'b.ket trlll' :\Hc..llt\ eacIL'OJ
Whispering or laughing in the wounded, and 7,239 were missing. From .. Ziogi, sugar sweet and rich.... ) ___
en ugh electoral votes to have plenty I May 31 to Oct. CS, the day on which the .

.to house of God. campaign practically ended, there were To ALL NEW SUBSCRIBERS AND TO ALL OLD SUBSCRIBERS S. .. -0---- FIGS. 1

Hpare. 13. A want of respect and reverence I In the Potomac armi. 401 officers killed, APPALS. I to 3 fi-et hl-h. White :Iart.ilIte.... au ....
1,453 wounded and firi inissintr during .. Brown Turkey... ..... ..... .
Young & Bailey have for seniors. i the time 7 enlisted AVJio renew tieIrtubscriptIonto the ... ked Astrarh.iu.-. .:.. ...... 1J ISIutk.ireen.! :............... ....][to cents aeli.
men were
same 4,5 .. A1exaidir..2. cents each. ( ...... .. ........ .j
out 4000 Niagara grape 14. Correcting older persons than killed, .24,gO were wounded, and : ,. STARKE TELEGRAPH \..... .. I ____-_ II
were missing. The aggregate losbes after
Niagara yourself, especially parents. the fighting ut North Auua were 'IG.S.'SO enlisted 0 -0---- ORANGES. i

about one mile north of 15. Receiving a present without men and officers. 0 APRICOTS.. Setfl1flgs, sweet. ..1' to re cent. -
paying 51.00 in advance, ve nr BOOK onE' a weolt. lor 26 week. Early Golden ..... ........ .* ... ...... .o\ a*to an. i
J l rates .
GEXEKALS KILLED AXD WOUNDED. will send iJl' ntn'lanJ u per I pecaj ;
"ur t'r L .
of pl\J'l .. ...... .
the gratitude. .
expression Red Roman }) :5 cents each. Puds. 2 yrs. :
And in this appalling number, stricken To alllio pay Jl..XHu) advance,we will eii'l our aix-r for one year and Russian .,... .. .. Ta> fc'encM ... l _
.ell, a meeting was 16. JJot listening to what one is when the army was well nigh discour- 121 n iIC b "W M.J 1 HtJi'o. :: -= in aged, and when the soldiers needed, if 3 :) 6 e L'i l rf \ J.J! 5t. r.'c:1 'l ;. QUINCES. Mediterranean sweet and others. I .
the registered voters saying I BUlh-I"rmmr.... .......
by company. ever battle-worn troolis did i need, the brtho',1I't 01:1'11 ,-:'oMs_->t*. I'I.'L,, 'intcr'atunil <.. '.' ,ai .\'r.t. rTN- iiill r.l! be Orange............. .. ... __ .. __ _ _25_cent_ _* .h_ .
unanimous vote it was deci 17. Commcncin to eat as soon as presence of their generals, and needed to' 'rinti fr'l'l UJW tys uuil cm.i i v-> ", -nd '.>a :I.. !O>"111'hl-. a. ilnvsru-! .i-i! WI..k.,1.h- Chinese....... .2acent' each
wv-k. It if '. ..... ... :::::: ..... JL11 warranted] as Order.
be roused enthusiasm and valor l1 hed.for fci o.llr ." tirou (I': *n"i ;s Ti' r.i.tin :a 'K'tvri 's rrj." f f new snl Apple ) J per
table. by gal. .cnher$ t..t "' 4 "I"1:1; .-,- 't( Ci .III
the town of get to the 1't n ;: i. r---.r: .i j.l1,1'fO holi,1wemaketbs..A : f'j
you heardof i'. ," 'Iij'i. Of J.. ,. ': '
lant leaders the enli ted
men never r ie'-.1j ''\II ''lIro
that have ..1a'lyaUteI. Our prp3!"Ill i, 6. .., 1 'r. liI"-I, t' ." rr"l'l .. r .1. '. T 11: ,... II'111."I"r'1:1; .
18. Answering questions but one general officer being killed. lie .. ."
was Brig. Gen JBurnliani. They heard of of t'Cl'il'Tb81look,.,"" 13ru.1..01,1M'"rilpi i.'.t '.1,.:". a'-. ..-.. -.J'il- .t'.'.),:.u-:r ,.r.1.to...,.:.;''.-r'f.1.)'!.".1:.01.1 0 !.P.''P'&t.i h.h; 'l"; Y.. '. *We'warrajil t'lI'h. ami every tree to bo of tho variety, and kind you order at w,
at Orlando it' been put to others. A, A h 1J L' lUItH 'r '"if: .1.1 .a:4' ,;. t .': ',1 :, ..r. i. ::' ;" .ml'tj':. have a 8pmil roith'Mviili! th*> nn">ory we order of, to that etfort, and in case tha. '
meeting one two other geuemlsbeing'wbTin/l'"!,
o.r. variety is not as onten-cl, we will either refund the ;
money paid, or furnish othir
to organize a stock .com., J o. Commencing talking before. and"of two being captured. During the 1 Romeo ailil .f: JliUxfc5 W V-L.I.\M: r.'LfCr' This trees nistead.We .

ThersFrwe.nishedspeaking.. same time-that Is, after the battle of author1 "".' are al-ay* ry ..' r':1' / I F'.. n'f'; Ik.JT.;-. .Kon>f> f "nlii e." in an have made arrangements with large nurserymen to establish as early Mnossit
$20,000 capital or the- North Anna-we learned that tho Confederate "xi. rK. .;:.; ....ib-ivj ILUI":.r u ".-...'.t rt.iLi. ,...J li:6...ijuaa.. in s >le, a Iinmch nurssery near Starke, therefore we guarantee all aa stated above tobe
the mistakes of "uy to 1..l ke eEllOCll")! I'm. .
20. Laughing at Gens. Doles, Chambliss, Gherardie, reliaUlv future "
experimenting in tobaco is our prospects are entirely denendc'-t upon our reliability ai,
!. others.IT Donovan and Gregg had been killed, and Ardiill,1. aiid 1' { othrr g. niq ; t'.1, T.rn"'D" furuihiu! ; lli'}exact thii:: uritercd. 'l

......,, -. .* many of their geaoruls wounded. And It TF.SSYSO':. Fo,1-111;.ty of.t: :-,u .ru .?v t..;..,'H's flrt! ,,'!\h. .;" ( t-: "/.t i" .t h-i; nverrnri.a'4
F-FIfaynes must be remembered that the Conf edejv Ifs M kU.' a '' le.I." In t> !L'L:. -1 ., i.fi. c.l !. t: > ". I.... 11..._.1 "l.U canuot S. F. GARDINER & Co. ,
WAS ALL THERE.-The joker kLLQ\V th l'lOCt'J.Ul'.Ilt'''1m..II' 'ir : ,.. j
will bo started ,
paper soon ate general wa behind sheltering earth, *
in th interest of school who makes a bad joke deserves to works with their troopj. The executionof Miss rf4)Ji.. .ri "8ii jf:, ad!. LAIIE.. Tw .-.vfthOf'C .'. 0 .: S1jarke Fla. '
Key ,, .
? ra"eiy C""I"cj' "I '1 .tIiirIfl.l: :; t.ld st.r OI of h' \ 'ti.4.c'1 I'\.tl..h : .
their :: 1" ( r.r.d.. inr're.
made it ntial that .
r duty os; they : it
They oUjrh to b reid .
have it turned on him, as it very :.f'r. y.n: 'rra"j)4;ILe' '1.: "t. c. 0
It will be edited by P. W. should be there. Our losses of general .

named the -Florida often is. officers, if they had fearlessly performedtheir "Villiai11. SlkSICflC. H0'oV, \VI cr., Wily;, and .. -:'-- .-. .. 0 -:7
( duty, would have been at least four Wht ho Wr.'t: 1.) :.'. \.'r'rTe'e. .'.-r1.. brM C"nll'J'"lt }I'to 'IO h.trT..f "raN'IO W" .
A man who had dined at a restaurant a out lh"JLnn.Mtal b 01"1 oi Ava.u thi\\byti'l- !tin .. 1'.:.!! ;tLor. -.i. ill-\6'1.
times as heavy as those of the Confederates. th"t''M,'f ,h.;10011c.t\l II (i.e' ;.1 t .. )\: L.4. "(uC.ll'll lor. '. B .
was asked by the waiter what Instead of one Union generals being . 'Ollf$ 1 rJ .! (lA UJ.f i
D0.iii '
-"n Ata1.tc Episc1e 1I C ,
Brothers), of Lake killed to f4KX enlisted men strickenin ; ; LyJusT C AR"Ili ; 0 _.i'!. j'1.J m} t rlt 1
he would have for dessert. .\powerfrl ?-vl tlirT.l: y{ :-t have shipped two. large battle, there should have been at least. /utenBe the skett-iun M(>--d-ic. Ti-i 1,nnil-ff,.: a *;,.;&);4JiirUlblu trum Mio U boai4"lot. Liver. 1.
"You may bring me baked applesand twenty of them killed and eighty of them potoItekrrel.J A.w a.. '. ))

Jreea, one about twenty- wounded, and there would have been if The Lady of dycmgt; by SIR t. BULWER LYTTOM.-.' ". :- .

in height to the Sab-Tropi cream. they had done their duty as the Coufeder. This!.Uie "I86 !u tha Celf-bmt.d l'Ia"ut ifca ;ajue nn-i". It nnk's an thft pJ\'K pIcture t : : t
of de%otion H-.i'l>, ''t' >T--ion f -."- : I
r the"
"Yes sir. ate generals did theirs. riQ&jf3f- .ver pL.ttd ou Oie atMe.. The. queen P. ,
01 tile uiai a iicvui v-in o*ocutmrf 4 W adollrraif di .cca I : "Ionds tore
"Only let us have them without' Frunklyn Let me: go to west iliuttrute aud my to the meaning.battle On of Bulldog" and BlifcteM %;; by- DAVID CHRISTIE I a ace iJry: I I \ I i 1

Trade of Cedar Key the cream." the afternoon of Nov. 20, 1SC-4, the Confederate flkn Mm anaround AY. A siucily to llmomuor.!I torv of huniAu cLaraoior.yet n< i'* 1t Vi'001.11'\wn., Pil! ] us. ch.tUtiXujicili.-lu.in-fci./oatf j.PUS? itry ? id humor. Kco IIJ.sj,1r:1".cB \
up a remonstrance to the "Yes sir." generals led their veteran infantryto 8.6. -. "r7' 0 f
Commission against the the assault against the hastily con- ThcTrivorPickwfciC'( : : Cu.\la.LS DICKUKS.lliio TAtKrnctfr
"And without the apples, please. structed union earthworks, thrown up is the ftfkt tit.. At- ,. tii-6sJorr.'ai\ FilaT|>PctTirfi3.tnTise! / lItilh ike ic.rreBSirnaMa: H FLA.. }
e of freight rates on "All right sir." across a broad neck o, land formed by a 1ur.. iinru.li i hu. a.ear .1 ia counic1-- f'-n.i. ,3t alxxintli in liMirrtniH "!nuioD"and mirth.l'ro ,
bend in the Harpeth river, in Tennessee.The \u;ji !mt-iJeuU.\1l,'d uitciit is heijfhtwnea by the\yUe c mi.ui.ti.'"rf tba immortal Sam eller"* ,,

Key- 'division.,1._ The waiter disappeared, and soon attack began at 4 p. m. It was darkat Clouds and Sunsliine; by CHARLES .READE. A ;

returned with a plate on his salver, 6 p. m. The fight lasted until about 10 happily tola fctory of fann lie..full(')*" )-!<-t'm>< ."''1..>>-t' -,; s.ti"ients. An iny-nioBs ic nili' ttttl ': QicO't1s"
.President.Cleveland will have to plot.exdtiiiirnarrative.cliar-v.'ravith ." Y j
p. m. Say six hours of fighting, four of of tLi J'I"'sin1 pi'i!no.jinl k- "c.ly tu1; Ail in ail. on .
.4 little inicri-btjn a1'laLle e.silt>ofTLe-lUnrU- <16..4..1'. .
., with his tariff on which lay a spoon and a which was performed after dark, when it
>tr Con'gress re- 1
up Sweet is tlc
True "Love "DrciiEss. ,
The customer was impossible for infantry to select generals ; by A .
.. torm"stick again','i immediately) ,after powdered sugar. as targets, or to shoot accurately. tnch'n : story of l1ilia1)1".n'I.\n'lc4..nu.-! (:.t r.'t ''coiuili i.t ttn. fvll of pretty shetcbcs of !
situation and charaoler. A vitfQi-ous aud .
pleasing luuiailkc.On. cf the uudor's f trongi-aUtune Wliiio
tnflij holidays. ,, j it .ho expects any looked surprised. The Confederates lost about U,\ enlisted The GJfod$, Lae.es, MUUn_..
Ifaimted lloiiscSLy SIR E. BULWER
h- "> .' baked apples and cream, men in this action. The problem for the ;
action pn his suggestions.Newspaper your !VTON. This is cue t_ arrat anthor cmiaV j jGENT'S
heroes of magazine fiction to solve is a quaintest prt Mi-pily U-ia Btorlea. Vwrd and
and U illil1K throughout. Jivorybodj nuti-.t i 'Uu'c''!JI-d\l"(:"ht.
$., without baked apples >
.- the in had better
simple one proportion. They AND BOYS' HATS BOOTS AND
'I for themselves. It U Dr. Mariold CiiAnusD'CITENS.. One of SHOES J.NIJ
and ; real estate men without the cream, said the, waiter. figure It out 5f
this: IHcken'a crif>i"Bt a'ld roottarai!'!?kctcbf a.qua!"*2 1 <- I"I''..N>i<.rn"t'\r Ft-iulaMe,1aih- .
have.done.more., for Florida than The item figured. on ,the bill l Just THE PROBLEM STATED.If .fr take?Llndiy?J a >to ur?lu.antidote irercrl;to ti.-doll. caru. Every coiiuuumiy. i.--u.-f. it- L.. lUand; all.lovet FINE CLOTHING.

other classes combined. Yet .8a'me' and /'the customer felt' ono Union gl.ueraln1 killed and two
all the < ., s On Hoi* Wedding 1or>> t by BHCTIIA: M. CLAY. ,

they arc the targets for all the malicious pound to pay it. were woaiided during a continuous battle A very stroinc and f. ...rrnhi! 'cnHi-arter.qtoi"-.""TI''T')!H,f--kinjr f'ltiraticns aiulstirrinunarrabv "f
in.Virginia which lasted from May 31 to JJnlJBU Wiirniutit b iJ.n:.U.iis:.n" riv, .111 1.'," I I h. i'ni.; .. 0
.shafts of the .i ignorant, prejudiced Oct. 23 (KX: days), end in which the Union Jack of All Trap Cn READE. The y
'ftj. 7 .* ; A Bio*ELAZE.I-At; 9 50 Wednesday losses were officially stated at 4<},!'!) en- : : : by \KI.KS I \ \ -,
and\ mossbacks. *$ T0nleJfV'Ur'lHl0f-aur'rti'ial'"llo' <11.':i'i'I"!i';"tfRll'. IVj .->f romlcnl sirnations.funny lael. SANDERS j &
evening, an alarm of fire sounded.. LookIng listed men and officers, hosv many Con. ; 1.l.LUOl'O and Allit1ia n:1,111 .:a.1ymtul"'K., k"jlt r of a coloboal elephant J CARDELL: .
\ federate generals should L-.vo been killed .
toward the south the sky was illuminated 38 OTHER BOOK! I>LTni oiH Til_. VKAS 'f{ fOMi'I.ETE TIlE 2.WE ,
Large quantities; cedar pencil and wounded in a fight l:1.5inix hours, .
the lurid flames leaping from the will acnft the JWUs r.lnne. wail 1 to CTIa.l.lr.--. ,. ),,j,1. ft th. following irioei 52 .
by and in which thsir losses of enlisted .
) rail. men U tor S1.20 )n' u t.ir: or-i n."I.! ..f.rOC.( ()- .wood are constantly arriving by machine .shops of the .F.B.N, Co., and regimental officers were i.OM) Ignoring months; or SO Rooks for 7O oentn-one a week for IIix inortlw or 13 Books for 40 cent Practical
-one a wei-k for lhroo months or 8 Bookt for 25 wf'\k for two
: ooitt-i-w. a months; or 4
Over 1300 sticks (.containing about situated about half a mile.from the Jdty the factor represented by the duration liook for la renls one a week for one month. SiiWntiUoiia) to these Books may aorin U
\ of the fight and the problem can be stated W data. 81oEle Copies 5 ;euls. Add-esa all orde.10' .
10 cubic feet each) now ho at the 1 imits. The highly combustible nature' of clearly: this Oilice. Tin Smith and Sheet

depot to be drayed to the mill the buildings made their destruction innvii&blc :Ae'46,983 are to 3, so will tJ.OOO bo to the Iron Worker

and in a.-.11ort time the valuable answer.. __A ,

A meeting of the Florida Prcs machinery; tools etc., contained in them The answer is not to be found by arith. Stake -

were totally "destroyed, including two metical rules, which in this case would For $1.20aj'si} we will send Thc T J. GlUPH Fla. .
Association is called to meet at Jacksonville have to be caged on tha alleged valorous only you _

Wednesday 25th inst. coaches; 'a' caboose, 'and engines No. 14 conduct of Union generals belonging to :AVING LOCATED in Starke; In the brick Euilding formerly occupied by O
and 24. The latter had just ,been thoroughly the Army of the Potomac. These six and ; Cleveland fseed worth i ONE E. Wyman, I respectfully solicit work in my line from tie citizens of the town and I surrounding
at 3 o'clock p. pa,, by Capt. J. B. overhauled and was ready to A be hours of fighting in Tcuuessoo, six hours Twenty papers of A f' county. All work warranted. Charges moderate. Hoofing, Gutters IIS<*

Johnston chairman ex. coin. Mat- Of assaulting Union earthworks, cost tilt I Leaders a specialty.
; theroad. The fire supposed

ters of great importance will be considered placed to'have on beeu the work of an" iDcend &ry. BO Confederates severely wounded four gaaeruts that killed they left and the six I DOLLAR. The seeds ire a st YOll nothing but tze.. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 0

and a full meeting is desired.In The loss to the company is between 40 .front: Itt;truth, every general in the t .

and $50,000, partially insured.Urror.Th. Confederate tc army which fought at Franklin postage and packing. This -mine jffer anit1 11n well .
except Gen. Hood was either killed
Pasoo county an old gentleman erwounded. So fought the Confederate TilE BIJOU .
Train the Czar Travels In- MEN'SJJONOOLA
103 years old has just pre-empted leaders Itho field. So southern volunteer -
The saloon train of the Emperor o! generals worth you attention.
men bred to agriculture and KID A.
eighty acres of land and proposesto Russia is the same that formerly bcl nged living on; their plantations, led their sol L Von KIRN Fine Calf Alligator -

break it in and faim it himself. to Emperor Napoleon Ill. It consists of diers to deaQfand shared it with them. SHOES 5.50.

The old fellow is well preserved d twenty cars.'all of which. on their recent Now, did our generals (I write IH a pri- Don't fail toread2 rtlier- For ONE Kagroo Htnd B wed
Tate) shirk their duty? Or did they rush j,
in.full possession of all hit facul es. journey through Germaiy, were new and Into the battle gayly, and sUuchly aid < -- Ladies wno riavc been BOOT AND SHOE STORE Shoes made to order $5.".

lIe is a native of Florida. .> jjilt,'and presented a fine appearance. In their subordinate commanders, and escape I c.ts. we will send wearing $4 and $."> _

.. : .-. the"centre of the train is the imperial car, death by rare good luck? } DOLLAR and thiri Shoes, and desiring
The soldiers (I write of the volunteers) .. Alto Complete Line of....
wheels On
Orange shipping is almost ov rand a perfect crystal palace on looked the, of I Economy Style and
upon army as a body men STARKE
1 and
the locomotive a number of high Gtrmau who had taken THE iEGRA one year a ,
our farmers are now begihing service together to Comfort, should try a '
railroad officials accompanied the Czar, press a great political rebellion -I .I Women, Missei. JtJojf tap
lands for \ pair of this Celebratedline
their planting
to prepare their republican Some
whose.traveling Marshal shared the saloon 'go ment. jLfS

'' farm. .- and garden truck. The with him. Both in front. and in the/rear these men were of u'ffi sity generals, ; copy ofSUNSEIN ? CHILDREN of Shoes. Ladies Children Shoes CONS **|
'- more were reghnentaltolcers[ the most I French Kd Shoes FLORIDA.
s. SreatbWnoV is as fine as the mouth of the imperbJ cllr are his family and of them were privata're the war 0

of May. I retinue. The last car but one holds the there was but little dhTereneetfclwcen the I sample seeiT OFFICE. 4.CX' them-
kitchen department, and the t laav carries a men socially. The enlisted.a then cai be .

idea of bull.I complete smithy. thought, and I still think,'that f generals -! the
following Magazines
? having been selected as 1sumably < preI I w e have also made
parallel wit because of their ,superi mill- I M.L'Ensfle.
IT WORis.-The lock-up in Or tary skill and perfect courage, ,_? lei and Papers at the following rates.GODEY'S W. a'. Cell
thep .
since prohibition has gone into ef.Oxt have fought side by side with, their only *2.oO

has become the most lonesome place diers, that theirs should have been )MONTHLY- $2.00, i'tntc nnk
dangerous work of : vcthr (2.50 o IJ1X fla 0
the c
inspecting conieST-
in the city,aid a "drunk" at the mayor's erate lines nights to discover their ireal | DEMORESTS MONTHLY, $2 ,

is court is regarded as a fossil of the remote points, and that to high rank and..largv 1 f: FLORIDA AGRIcmTURAl together $2.50 HENRY A. L'ENGLE, Manager. W. N. BAKER Cash ,

and immature past or as some animal of pay belonged deeds of perilous valor. : only t2.50
prehistoric times preserved in alcohol; but These generals skirked. The enlisted men i FLORIDA DISPATCH |2.0o'" l s JAUKSON LEFLA..rJ'VV"
were exasperated by their cowardice, and I oget.her 12.25 .
an era of murder and rapine has evidently FARMER AND FRUITER .. .
I they turn skirked. I can count, on my "
set in upon the good people of Atlanta, fingers the generals I have seen under 3IAYFLOWER $1.00Address i.. $1.50 WILL DO A GEHEEAL. BANKING BUSINESS. DEPOSITS COLLKCTI* 0

!ttehju! few could have anticipated before I I battle-are.-Frank Wllkeaon in Chicago this MADE AT USUAICRATBSjor RF.CEIVJCD t 0
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