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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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4 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY .AND THE STATE OF FLORIDA. I

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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 2 1890. 45."n -
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... 5U6.iHIt"' IIUN RATES. JUST HOW IT y- .l. -
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: 'OD6rear..HOC even STANLEY'S IRON RULE. FULL OF FUN. 43.
; ,',- 1.f\\ goth8..................;..... ......' .. toIUub8cptIonB Whei you ira'p the hand of fortune tell the exact point where 1 a tow was con EQUALITY IN SATURN. POSTMEN IN CHINA. '

must be paid i Invariably ID And lightly ttcp ulon::. fined. But during the night of the Ills Theatrical Style In Dealing ,with anAlleged -Woman (to .
J oe. >\o discriminations In favor of anv Tne hours glide on like the his 29tb\ 'l'ramp-"Want) something Vivid Bit of Imagination by; OUr r Abstention. Spook-Proof Individual*P
Or a heart numbers voice became a source of fear and Rebel. to eat eh? Well, here's some Wendell Holme tected by; Guards.

". d;IlDUftlclttons solicited! from upon all all parts rantters of tho of local! Your pathway cheering Is lined song.with faces alarm to the laborers above him. Bilard's Thomas Stevens gives in tho Now cold ha Tramp"But I haven'tany So far as the Saturnians can be said to About the most .lere curious institution la

"t : interest county. 'here smiles and pleasures blends [ motionless condition, his ant ol York World this report of a conversation thing to cut it with." Woman- have any pride in any thing, it is in'the China is the postal service. I includes J

; All the world will offer servico food for so long a time, he had with Henry Stanley: "Just keep little absolute level
;:::: began to overthrow 1 on a further, and which characterizes their two quite distinct one for the

!. SECRET SOCIETIES. When you don't need a friend. his moral courage. His reason "Of course I wanted to give all ofEmin's you'l find a fork in the road."-Ex- political and social order. They pro government sytems other for -

; -------- You may sneer at fair discretion, gave place to delirium, his hopo to des people who desired to come out hange. less to b tho only true republicans in everyone else. The dispatches of the .f
: When solid at the bank. pair. The with us a chance to come in, and for the .
workmen -Doctor "Well The fundamental mounted f
heard him at one my fine little fellow system. ar- government are carried by
Independent Order of Odd rellovm. Your rudeness l is!' mere pleasantly, moment lamenting his this purpose we camped at Kavalis, at l have tides of their constitution Theh
And quite the fate and piteously you got quite well again! I are these: postmen with tolerable swiftnes.
thing for
3 ': Meets every Tues. Men will thru t upon you rank.favors, crying for food, and at the next moment he: southwest corner of the Albert was sure that tho pills I loft for you All men are born equal, live equal carriage and delivery are under tha .

day night at Odd And fawn and condescend they hoard him abandoning himself to Nyanza, from February 14 to May 8. would cure you. How did you take and die equal. direct supervision of th Ministry ol .

Ii Fellows' 11 a 11. Till you wonder at you kingship. themost) : ox travagan t gayety. Laughter To this camp Emin's people began to them, in water or in cake?" "Oh, |II All men are born free-free, that is, War in Pekin. The people at large are / .
:
brothers When you don't need a friend. heard in such a situation was a thing Hock in, among them a number of used them in my blow-gun.---Fliegende to obey the rules laid down for the regulation not allowed send mail by the official : .
Transient cordially invited tcAttend. t
L. C. HULL, Noble Grand. 'They win shout your name In meeting almost too deplorable and shocking for diers.Egyptian officers and Soudanese sol- Blatter.An. of their conduct pursuits and carriers. They are obliged t transact _

*. **' Ana vote you into fame. human ears to listen to. When consulted Among Jephson old negro who had business in aawyer's opinions; free to to the person all their postal business through much "

:. F. J. FIELDS, Sec'y. P. O. Box 41 They bric-a-brac win load: your board with presents on the meaning of these symp pointed out to me rebels who were.i ibim. l office was asked if ho could sign selected for them by the physiologIcal slower medium. .

and game. toms, on tho known to have been plotting against section of the and freo In Chinese city there are several
They will strain themselves in part of Billard, 31. Xabort, his name. "Howisdat salt? "Iask, government, every
Improved Order of Red ]Men. What kindness they Intend showing a surgeon vvl*> had never quitted the He kept a sharp eye on these gent'I lawyer answered, "if you can write to die at such proper period of life as post-offices which receive and deliver i

,' Oscelo) Tribe No. I, Florida-Council sunshine floods your. lllospl1cro spot since the time of the accident, t lemon and soon discovered that your own name?" "Well no, sah, ] may best suit the convenience and general in their respective districts te

''fires kindled each Wednesday's Sleep at And you don't need a filcnd. recommended the orkmcn to hurry on they were tampering with our i icber writes my name. I jos dictatest. welfare of the community.Tho mail matter of the general publc. Each -

J Starke Fla. nut wait and note how comical their labors, as the man could probably men and conspiring against us in sah.-Arkansaw Traveler. one great industrial product of guarantees the safe delivery everything -
their"Wigwam, _
This selfsame world can be, survive but a few hours. our own camp. I at once had the ringleader e by Experience.-3Ir.\ Case who Saturn is the bread-root The Saturnians Intrusted to its care and in" case '- .
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Transient brothers are cordially in- When the sun throws not jour shadow, In consequence of this advice, new put under arrest. On him wo las-\i his ) find this wholesome and palatable of loss of valuable papers or goods reimburses g

1 rited to attend.r You And your hopes go to sea. direction was given to the work, and I in found criminating correspondence, proving dear, I typewrier-"Wol my enough, and it is well they do, as they the sender without delay. Th .

J. O. HAYSES, Sachem. may have heard the cucumber! place of down i conclusively that he was in tho suppose looking have no other vegetable. is what I contents of package however.
Has artlc chills to lend- passing by the side of the around for somebody to take placein I every
W..M. MEACHAM, C. of R. Well, the world drops under zero spot where the poor man was supposed 3Iahdifet\ plot 'to capture us all. At i the office." 3Irs. Case-"Yes your ; I should call a most uninteresting kind of most b exactly declared at the time ol

When youo need! a friend. bo be, the excavation was carried slop- th1 time I was about reduced toa skele have been thinking of 3Iy cousinis Datable, but it serves as food and drink, main as the postago varies with very -

.4' CHURCH DIRECTORY. William Lyle, In Detroit Free Tress. ingly down to his head. In short after by my second attack of gastritis. I just out iof school.that )Ir. Case having juice enough so that they can triial variations of value" 1

---_. three days and three nights of incessant ordered a court-martial to try him. Ho -"\ is her name ?" Mrs. Case get along without water. They have a postman of this branch of the

BURIED THREE DAYS.Billard.'s toil, the head of Billard was reached, was found guilty on every count I was (sweetly) "John tough, dry grass, which, matted together mail service walk or ride on ass 53 from -

i Itaptlst Church. and cleared of all surrounding matter. in my tent on the flat of my back, so Puck. Henry lriggs.- furnishes them with clothes suf- station to staton With some eight

Services at 10:30: a.m. and 7 p.m. Remarkable Adventure in The instant that this took place, i was \eak and emaciated that I couldn't sit -Customer-"I've been cheated. I ficiently warm for their cold-blooded pounds of a postman covel

!. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 a WelL notified to those above by a cry, and up. 1 made them prop me up in a chair t thought you said this parrot would talk.I constitution: and more than sufficiently about three miles anbour. The minuta -.

; t r p.m. M. M.\ WOMBOLT, Taster. the deafening shouts that were immediately outside, however, and I swallowed a Bird Fancier-"No, sir. What I said ugly. he arrives at the end of the route he

Sunday.School meets every Sunday raised showed what an assemblage bracing tonic to strengthen me to the was that he had been brought in the A piece of ground largo enough to transfers his burden t the shoulders of t..

The had task of pronouncing sentence on this up furnish for ten is allotted another who. whatever thfl '. ..
| postman
, morningat: 1030. story of the unfortunate Dufavel, gathered around tho placeto company of learned men, and was full bread-rot persons ,
1 TATE Powr.i.r.," 31.1)\ ., .Supt. who was buried accidentally in a well, learn the issue of the case. The deliverance villain. I determined to make such an vt philosophy and scholarship. Of course, to each head of a household, allowance tima of day and whatever tho weather, j.
and remained took example of him that there would be no being made for the ir- hurries off to deliver it at the next stat
in it for a long period, is place exactly a quarterof he don't talk. Mere idle words have no possible ,
l not without an hour before oleven o'clock in the further conspiracy in our camp at any creaso of families. Tlm, however, is tion. .
I j Fre' >yterlan Church a parallel in the history of attraction for him. But he's a remarkable -
mining transactions in France. In tho I morning of the 30th. When raised onco rate. because not a very important consideration, as To keep himself ready for all emergencies ..
1 Services every Sunday: at 10:30 a.m., parrot ho's a great thinkr.Munsey's -
department more to tho daylight "They brought him before me. The the; Saturnians are not a prolific race. the Chinese postman never faddies :.
of
R. 15. MATTICR\ the Indro, and parish of I every precaution e \ Weekly. VI
and 8 Pastor.
'( p.m. Fleure-la-IUviere, about half-past eight was taken to prevent any bad effects people stood around in silence. I looked Tho great object of life being tho his wits by overeatng. He always ?

I Sunday School every Sunday at 10 from a change so sudden. He at him and mustered what little strength Captain Spear-"And were you never product of the largest possible quantityof takes very light : himsell ,
one morning Etiennne itillard was carried .
,
. II; ..m. U. C. HULL, Supt. mason, descended a well one a hundred working to a neighboring house, with hisbody I had to address himVe: came wounded[ Pat the? Pat-"Faith, sor, and bread-roots, and women not being so only seven-tenths full." the Chinese '.-

. and head through a thousand difficulties and have fight at Spottsylvania a capable in the as the say. He is usually man of fine phys- ". .
and well and fi'hs strongersex, a ,
feet wrapped ,
twenty deep, for the of up # '
,! Methodist Church. examining it to purpose there lie was laid in an apartment from risked our hives a hundn't times to save dirty rob lifted his gun and fred. I was females aro considered an undesirable iquo and less afraid of ghosts, witches, -
'I preparatory some re- and scared, I tell yez. He struck me right addition etc.. than forty-nine out of fifty
in return for to
succor society. every
: Services every Sabbath at 10:30: a.m. pairs. When ho had reached the bottom which the light was, in a great measure you now under me left breast. "But if it struck
excluded. After all we have passed. through for your The one thing the Saturniaus dread of his fellow countrymen. In fact, an .
and 7:30: Prayer meeting or nearly so, an extensive portionof some spoonfuls where
p.m. every i you say, the ball must have
sake, what do do? You in gone and abhor is applicant for admission the.servloe is
Tno
of light broth and little wine you conspire I whole t
and the sides fell him and shut a inequalty.
at 7:30. "
T ,
Thursday
I Tuesday upon through your heart and killed
our own to have us taken as slavesto you. object of their and generally subjected a of civil- i
had been administered to him he fell camp customs is to t kina
him out from the of but ,
Jos. }. SHAKOS, Pastor. light day; by a Khartoum! A court-martial of white "Oh bcdad, sort mo heart was in me maintain the strictest in service examination of courage in
remarkable piece of good fortune, the immediately y asleep, never having tasted mouth at the equality every
,Sunday School every Sunday at t J a.m. materials in faUinformed small that blessing during his confinement men and of your own comrades has given tme-larvard Lampoon.New thing, social relations, property (so far withstanding the horrors of supernatural

,# CHAIHES RICHAKJJ, Supt. arch of about, ; a Before sleeping he spoken in sucha you a fair trial and you have been found Editor to Old Schoolmate-"It as they can b said to have any thing phenomena. If he stands the test without I-_T' *
, three feet in diameter lad
around his head. Had it not been for way as to show that his mind had recovered guilty on every count-depart to God!' hurts me, old follow, to wound your feel- which can be so called) mode of living quailing and proves that he has not j.'. -.,

I Christian Church. this he would its tone. His pulso was weak, "The people were so wrought upon by i ngs, but really we are so overstocked dress, and all othemniatters. It isUhelr incurre the enmity of any bad spirit .
have been either
fatally with poetry that it useless to read interfere him in the ".
with
these words boast that whichmight
and
the whole scene, said yours. nobody starved under -
ever
sActs it. 20 Acts vi. 23 I. Peter IT. but quick, beating one hundred and
; x> ; 16. hurt by the heavy stones of the mason- We
3Ir. can only accept what shows unmis- their dischargo of his duties, ho has takes a .
Stanley, "that they rushed at him ; government Nobody in '
v twenty-six times in a minute his skin goes rags *
; Services each Lord's day at 3 p.m. ry, or would have been suffocated imme ; akablo: genius." Old Schoolmate- toward his :
as one man and seized him. for the coarsc-fibered long step
: |J"..% G P. diately. other of the well was cold, his thirst burning, and his grass from which procuring appint
Yocxo Pastor.TT Every part "Well .
'What shall wo do with him?' they just readJthat poem, and tell me.vhatyou they fabricate their clothes is ment This singular condition -t 1
tongue stuck almost to the roof of hi-s very a-
(1. Sunday School each Lord's day at 3 around his body was filled compactlywith mouth. While confined ho had eaten a shouted. 'What shall we do with him?' think of it. It may prove better durable. (I confess I wonder how a mission to the service is universally 1

: ,-.. p.m. P.: P. Runty, Supt. the fallen materials. portion of tho leather front of his .'To (God with him! Take him toGo han; you imagine." New Editor (having -. woman could live in Saturn. They considered t be quite proper, for the
cap,
.
"1 ..;.t... -' The noise of the irruption was heard and he had even, he said, endeavored to !' and I pointed to the limb of a i read the poem-"I) is as I feared; have no lookin-glasses. There is no such average Chinaman is so afraid of spirt '.. '
,
;
j
t by some workmen near tho spot who grind with his teeth a stone that lay the poem no promise whatever. article as a ribbon known among them. and the dark that the slightest nois by

% OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. immediately ran up to it. On listening before his mouth. tree."The next minute a rope was around i'ardon me, but it is simply absurd." All their clothes were of one pattern. the wayside at night would cause him t, s

, Hr-.''''.., .=t TTF intently, they heard the cries of Billard, Ktienno lUllard soon recovered. His his neck, and a hundred willing hands OM[ Schoolmate (with a broad grin-) I noticed that there wero no pockets in drop whatever he was carrying and dart p

I '': City CJfil'ers.j and the certainty that ho was yet alive imprisonment had not been so protracted were hauling him up, running away with "That's just what I thought. It's a copyof any of their garments, and learned off like a shot to the nearegtsettement
1.\ inspired the hope of delivering him. some verses wrote in auto An letter
:you that ordinary
the my a pocket considered may
: rope. prima
j Mayof-J. C. Wills. as to render the vital heat of wouh
I Sending off one of their number to alarm difcu1 'Now cried 1 graph album while we were at schoo' facie theft miles or more for about eight cents. .
\ restoration. His you see, addressing as no honest
'Aldermen W. W. U. D. body, thoughnot
Sapp, Miner .
,
:: the inhabitants and authorities together. -3Iunsey's\ Weekly. Thirty of the is colectcd
neighboring would -
have per postage
bruised it have the rest of the Egyptians, 'now you see person use for such a secret cent
mangled or as might
"U George E. race, J. G. Alvarez J. M.
I ,
these workmen then lowered lighted receptacle. in advance from the sender. This -
: been expected to be, retained for a you are not in Wadelai. There will be HER FIRST STORY.A. )
Truby., ..... candles down the well, the danger of time a feeling of pain from long no coaxing, no patting on the back with Before the revolution, which established amount covers the expense of trans

I I Clerk-Walter Wills.TreasurfJ. a further fall of the sides deterring them that had dul exerted it me. I'll hang every traitor among youI Touching Narrative Told by; a New York the great law of absolute and portation, and is a guarantee against &

. W. Morgan. from going down. Tho candle went Harold pressure Walters, in N. Y. .Ledger.upon can lay hands on!" Magazine Kdltor. life-long equality, inhabitants usedto fraud on the part of the sender. The -

I J Marshal-E. D.: Wall. down one hundred feet, thus showingthat The above must have been a fine pieceof A sad little story was told yesterday feed at their own private- tables. other seventy percent i collected from &

,' Assessor-T. W. Sweat.Comity about twenty feet of the mass., or a ABOUT FALSE TEETH. tragedy to have witnessed. I was by a coeditor on one of the largest and I Since tho regeneration of society all the receiver, and represents the profit

considerable portion thereof, lay above something even to hear )Ir. Stanley repeat best-known magazines in the country. meals are taken in common. The last of the service.

om the unfortunate lUllard. In reply to Dur.ibility of Artificial Molars and OthffHOII' it in our peaceful camp at 3Isuwa, :: "Almost. ten years ago." he said, "a I relic of barbarism was the use of platesone The postmen often carry very valua- ,

. ; efl.r their call, he was heard distinctly to say About Dentistry. where we halted a day at the request short story of considerable merit had I or even more to each individual. ablo mails. Traders intrust t them 4

r County Jcdge-W. F. :Maiphus.L that ho could not see of the "How long do false teethvear?" an of Baron von Gravenreuth.special been submitted to the magazine by a This "odious relic of an affete civilization drafts and silver bullion without hesita- <.

:' Clerk of Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks. light. "I am anything experienced dentist was asked tho other was the first time I knew 31r. Stanleyto I young woman quite unknown to us or tc ," as they called it, has long been tion. To protect the most important ,

.1 She/iff-D. L. Alvarez. said, "that I am a lost man. Hut I suffer day. be a first-class tragedian.A : Fame, and had been accepted and paid I superseded by oblong hollow receptacles mails small guards of soldiers are often .

Tax: Assessor-.T. E. Wainright- no pain, and I breathe freely." "You might as wl say 'How long i for. I was filed away with other accepted one of which is allotted to each used, or troops of fighting civilians who

,.\. Tax C.ollectorJ. :31.: Hale. Iso ordinary difficulty, jt was obvious, does a suit of wear?' was the DANGEROUS PET. I articles, to be used when its turn I twelve persons. A great riot took place have especially trained themselves t

Superintendent of Schools-J. L. Hill. stood in the way of relief in this case. reply. O "I all depends upon tho quality !. came. A short time ago there came a when an attempt was made by some fight mail-robbers. Three four or five .

, County Surveyor-W.H. Edwards, C.E. For workmen to descend into the nar- of teeth and tho care of the The First Taste of IJIood Dispelled a letter from the young girl, asking modestly fastidious and exclusive egotists to introduce of these civilians are always ready to <

person who uses them. I a woman Tame Lion' >ature.A if that story might not be printed partitions which should fight at least a dozen highwaymen! ._3"Iie "
County Commissioners A. Knight. row, deep well and attempt to clear away partial ;
i S D. B. Knight, E. A. Todd, W. L. Pin the ruins, without some security againsta bites thread with her artificial molars lion hunter named Conrad started soon, but giving no reason for the re ly divide one portion of these receptacles manner in whicn they prepare themselves .. "

bolster, 31. V. Smith. further fall of the sides, was a dangerous they are likely to bo ruined in a week. 'from Bremen some time ago for Africato quest Two months went on and then into individual compartments. The for such uneven combat i an1' : ,& 3'

task. The authorities of the district On the other hand, I know persons who procure animals for a menagerie. came a second letter, written in the Saturnians boast that they have no elaboration of a pugilist's training in : 4:' I

I as soon as they arrived, and saw : have worn tho same sets for twenty While in the depths of the forest of tho same hand, but in weaker and faintei paupers, no thieves, none of those fictitious punching the bag. From the roof of the .- i; t.

I- f State Officer tho nature of tho accident, sent off an years,' and have never been compeledto dark continent he enjoyed tho excitingbut characters, as i the hand that held. values called money-all which I empty shed in which the practice is ; 't : .

Governor-F. P. Fleming, .Tackson- for the district superintendent : have them repaired. Sets made of highly-dangerous sport of hunting the pen were scarcely able to oguide things, they hear, are known in that I taken hang on ropes ten heavy sand- ) eT'ba

I -vi11e.I of express roads and bridges, M. Certain. He tho best material and in tho best manner the king of beasts. Upon his return to it This letter again asked that the smal Saturn'nearer the sun than tho i
1 I Secretary (If State-John L. Crawford was at some distance, and did not arrive should last a lifetime with proper Bremen he brought with nim a small story might be printed soon, if possible. great planet which is their dwelling- guard stands in the midst of these bags, t41. $ .

'p. :''Crawfordville.. till next day. In the meantime, one care." lion cuba pet-which he had captured ')Iy physician tells me,' it said, 'that J? place.-Oliver Wendell Holmes, in At while Ids instructor on the outside set ,:_ j

, "What is the proper care of false when but a few days old. can live but a few months at the farthest lantic. hem; to swinging. The man among the '. i
Attorney-General Lamar, 3IonUcello. man, a, slater, ventured to descend to .
teeth At first it was sickly and looked as I had hoped to live to do a great deal o' bags then strikes out right and left. ': -, )
: ; the of the fallen mass of stones and ? I
top Both tho plates and the crowns should though it would not live long, but by good work of this kind, but you have MRS. TRACY'S CHARITY. with his fists for the purpose of punch :. a'"'}.
been
i Treasurer-F. J. Pons, :3Iacclenney.f earth, which proved, as had shown <
be removed from the mouth and cleansed careful nursing it outgrew its infantile my first and last piece. I have cared sc ing the bag away from him As soon .

'';: Commissioner of Agriculture B. by the candle, to bo about one hundred every night and morning." weakness and began to build up a strong much for i that I think I could ho : ,How She Concealed From Her Left Hand as he learns to keep all tho bags in mo- :"
': below the the in- hap j
feet Urged by What Her
jlii:; WombweU. orifed. "1)o artificial teeth decay?" constitution. The name of the cub was pier in :dying i I might see it in I Klght Hal II Did. ton without letting them touch him he .

$t." Comptroller-General P. arn'F. distinct cries help which they heard "No. They are all made of porcelain, Belle, and she slept beside her master's befor, ,I go.' The magazine for the, The sad death of )!rs. Secretary Tracy s pronounced ready to go on the road t ,.. ,1 }

:Adjutant-General-Da'id Long, Cedar from poor Uillard, the men on the spot which is not subject to d'cayas the nat, bed at night. In daytime she followed coning month was bound, so nothing and the unselfishness of her last hour knock out mail-robbers. Y. Sun. :

, t.'"..Keys. began to lift the stones forming tho ural bone is But at tho same time him about, being as playful as a kitten. could be done with that. The sheets call to mind an incident which came to AN 1 : :
sides of tho When 31. Cer- HOUR OF HORROR.
two
f
'Superintendent of Public Instruction well porcelain is more brittle than bone, and Conrad one night lay down for a nap on for the second month were printed and i my knowledge years ago through a i.
descended with
I, < ?,'Albert Russel, Jacksonville. tin arrived, and hence an artificial tooth will not stand a lounge, and was soon asleep. Ho was ready for binding, and the matter foi woman whom she aidei.. 3Irs. Tracywas \Midnight Murder Whose Perpetrator .f
hesitation into the well,
out
,. ?-- : many hard knocks." awakened by a sharp pain in his left. the third magazine was well under way. known to be most conscientiously Was Never Brought to Justice. :'
= several to Billard respect i
; put question "What is the difference in the durability hand. He attemptod to move it, when We held a short consultation, the result charitable, but few understood how thor- It was close upon the hour of midnight j
'
, 1 ; .. ", L. B. RHODES, ing his situation. M. Certain judgedit of high-priced and cheap teeth?" he heard a vicious growl. of which was that the story was set uf: oughly she concealed from her left hand '1 J
proper to continue tho raising of the i that which her right hand did, and it A sat alone in chamber
I "That is a difficult question. Cheap On investigation Conrad found that. and the sheets containing it substitutedfor man an upper '
: sides of the well, as tho displacement of of material bears certain sheets in the magazine pained her to hear some one commenting of a tumble-down tenement; a man *xj.
: teeth are made a that Belle had his hand between her teeth, fO r ;
: ; Attorney at Law the lower part would render it most imprudent the same relation to that of the best had bitten the member through, and the second month. I was no small matter on the lack of real charity displayedby whose face showed by its furrowed brow, ;

; to go on otherwise. Xo side teeth that a common stone china plate was eagerly lapping the blood that to make the change so late in thf the rich-their deed 'of charity cost- glaring eyes and pallid lips the effects of tI

bring could be executed with suchspe'd does to a Sevres' vase. Cheap teeth flowed from tho wound. The cub's, day, but we did it and the letter ol i ing them nothing inasmuch as no per- a terrible mental struggle going on.
STARKE FLA.f :J.
,
the whole well co-nld be sonal '
i. as ceared. thanks received from the involved. Tho words withinhim.
,; ', look like glazed china, and that is about eyes were ablaze with a fierce light, young girl, sacrifces
., ,1' The soil, fortunately, was clayey clung to Tracy's: mind, and she Before him several ofmanuscript
:- : all that some of them are. Now so and it then dawned on him that Belle I who died shortly afterward, more than were pages .
firm. While this labor was going on day us"-N. Y Letter. decided that her next act of charity and his nerveless hand '
long as the glaze lasts tho teeth are as was no longer a pet-she had been trans- paid
and night, with the utmost rapidity would cost her some trou ble. womanto convulsively clutching a was -
f! Commercial l Hotel strong as those made of the costlestmaterial formed from a domestic animal into a To pen rap
with degree of cau whom I have above
a of
compatible proper and I have known a set cost- dangerous brute.Recognizing POINTS ON NOSEOLOGY.Why was one idly adding them. '
friends and fellow-workmen of Tracy's humblest pensioners, and Close his
to and
Irs hand
ton ing next to nothing to perform service his desperate situation, : right frequently .
lUllard descended occasionally to ani- .\1 Great Generals Hate Had Roma at this time she was greatly in need of touched by it as he plied his
,
was a
&
;, Opposite Depot STAUKE, FLA.I. for many years. They are not quite so Conrad moved softly, so as not to disturb Noses. pen -
mate him with tho cheering sound of careful nursing, for her disease a
of
those made of the was gleaming, glittering object silver :
in fact
brittle, as the animal, and, drawing a revolver iory.
kindly voices, and with the assurance The features are developed by the cancer and of a most painful character. and bteel-a loaded .
Hut the chief
finest porcelain. su shot her through the brain.
mind. A child that is reared amid I
First-Class Accommodations that help was near. of the latter lies in their shape With a blood-curdling scream she and I Day after day 3Irs. Tracy went on foot The window beside him was open,and .
whose mind
periority surroundings
On the of the 29th tho Gov- pleasant to the poor creature's home, cared forher j it the breeze entered
;..i:4' morning and appearance and in tho exactitude jumped into the air and fell dead on tho through night and
is filled thoughts will 1
S2.0O PER DAY. ernor and head engineer of the depart- with which they are fitted to the floor. It that while Conradwas witj pleasant in every way, swept and cleaned her fanned hH hot brow. The nIght with
appears
have face. The of the
Ferrand a pleasing shape room, and saw that she was comfortable .
31. ,
ment of tho Indro out was balm and placid. Nature was
arried. sleeping tho cub began to lick his I ,
? Special rates made to Weekly or of was him, and gums. of ?" nose and chin'wi depend entirely upon returning to her home with some lovely, bathed in the light of a ..
Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly inspector wih "What is the best sort plate hand, and tho brute's sharp, file-like the strength character of the mental trilngexcuse summer
for her
.
: to account
descended into the well gave his "One made of gold. But black rul. had torn the flesh moon; but the man was oblviou to the
}*renovated and run in first-class order. tongue gradually until At ten a boy's nose
maybe would have known
, assent to the continuation of the opera- durable it is faculies. protege never the beauties of the glanced at
about as only
her is just blood came. 'ihe first taste of humanblood L turned at the end at night
$L. J. KLEINSCHMIDT. Proprietor. which of the anxious up ; cause of so much unselfish kindness had the clock and then and
tions going on, some harder to keep perfectly clean. had evidently dispelled the nature, npw observing
fifteen it have large and
1-'nds of the prisoner were beginning of artificial teeth may grown bEt she not one day remonstrated with her! the climbing the incline ?.
; < "Are complete sets of the pet, and Belle had become a I straight on top, and at twenty-five long.1and up
for what seemed needless
waste of time
exclaim against, from their seeming&lowness not uncommon?" vicious brute thirsting for more.--Chi. t 12, he redoubled his 'i ,
r :F. J. FIELD In of the gentlemen L may be a pronounced Roman. It all depends and labor. To relieve her mind, 3Irs. labor at the : ;
presence "Partial sets are more frequently manuscript
cago Inter-Ocean. his mind. The Romans had
:
. the labors were continued, upon Tracy,told her that it was her only way Anon b*> glances at revolver the
mentioned i on
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but complete sets are by no means
PI'atmr seen, big noses with high bridges because of really paying her debt to God. 3Irs.\ te
mI M' '1IoSTARKE and on .the evening of the 9th the } by Photograph.A lesk beside him. touches its ivory
unmmal" larrIDK they were a sturdy and determined race Tracy's last act of self-sacrificing kind- '
well was clear to the upper part of the "Who wear the most false teethmeror handle, as i faltering in his resolution;
Slavonian rancher in the Sturdiness and determination
of
prosperous people. ness to her husband, when in the midst
;
the i and then he continues his
Without delay
.. fallen mass. process women? south end of the Huachuca mountains will give a man a Roman nose, no: of smoke and flames, attests the sin wrting. .
the
FLA. but from Harks .
of lifting them was begun; I don't think:
"Women, by long ods. some time ago visited his native land I matter how little or how snubby a cerity of those words.-X. Y. Epoch. '. I
Jr"AlL WORK GUARANTEED. Box 41 size of the stones, the work went on very the result is due vanity, however and found a large number of worthy man's proboscis may have been when \ hat sound is that that is borne on

; ir: tardily, through the difficulty of hoist although that may have some: young ladies among his acquaintances he was born. The Greeks had straightdelicate An Anecdote of Rubinstein. the breeze of the summer nigt? Along -

;4; ing them to such a distance above. thing t do with it The chief reason is i who would be only to happy to find finely-chiseled noses, be La Staiina, a Russian paper, tells low wall, like the cry of '

tPEEK & FKAZEE, After they had advanced a certain way I that the natural teeth of women are not homes and husbands in this land of cause their tastes were artistic and how in Rubinstein's earlier days he in mortal angish. ? .

a new difficulty met them in the face. as good and strong as those of men,, and liberty. Securing the photographs You never saw a poet or an narrowly escaped being sent The start like a guilty soul,
: Siberia
poetic. t
UttoWK! a* faw and Notaries I was impossible to tell the exact state and, therefore, have to be more free progress of a number of these young : artist with a Roman or a snub nose, did He played before the Czar Nicholas h p dashes tjia dews of perspiration from ., :
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miraculously over his brow, and utters incoherent i .4f
f the arch formed so its: quently replaced by artificial teeth.- ladies, he brought them back with him I you? On the other hand, it would b the house of Count Wielh sky, and on clammy an. ,'

; ; S1'Utn.t;:;, BUADFORD CO., FLA. the head of the unfortunate man, or Boston Herald. and lost no opportunity to show them t:Lm I hard to find a great General who returning home lost his pass-prt A exclamation. ,-' 4 1
Again-again, that moaning
.1 degree of stability. I was necessary of -The height of an olive tree is usual his bachelor friends and neighbors. He not a Roman nose. Get pictures of', day or two afterwards he ,' uncany
: elevation "
Abstracts of Title and Real Estate therefore, to go on the but it is sometimes as high aa told them that he bad the promise of Alexander the Great, Caesar, Frederick] and brought before General Galahof ry.
Law and 20 The
: care ly man hears it and aloud.
a with extreme groans
specialty. the stones feet
these ladies that they would come Washington then chief of who
Wellington
the L S
; Abstracts furnished showing every otherwise the unsettlement of 50 feet it reaches an almost fabulous young Great Napoleon polce. infored He dashes aside the last page of his '
delicacy America and the man he would Sheridan Lee and i prisoner that to believe
see
: to marry ,
Deed at
Mortgage, Lien, Tax Sale, Judg- of the heavy masses above age. One lately destroyed i manuscript and glances again at the .
ol any portion recommend, and as a a haven't all big, strong noses, any evidence of his identity
got
. j. ;- ttent Attachment and all matters have caused his instantaneous Beaulein had a recorded age of five consequence they boy's clock. The hands mark the hour of -
s:: public record and file affecting Title of him might and was 36 feet in circumference. great many of his neighbors have ex- of the Romanesque typ. Yet it is quit even that of the Cnt Rubinstein He the revolver and .

. : .g,,',, Heal Estate in Bradford county, Florida,I death. centuries. The olive tree is exceedingly celent wives, each one selecting his safe to say that if have portraits persisted that he was a mere musician, mIdnight gasps he T 1.with :

; Up to date of Abstract.IIEAUIJUAKTERS. At ten o'clock in the evening of the under cultivation; the fruit choice from the photographs.-.Nojjales, of all these personages, tken In and as one of the subordinate police officers a r exclaim,-' 'A t- ,
prolific done.
'j r ;# _ _ 29th, the workmen were calculated to b cent of i its weight (Ariz) Herald. iafancy, we would find their olfactory knew something about music tho lust b ; '
who yields about 70 per Going to the window he, fires 3,. 2
.' :ltt' FORc about six feet above tho captive (exclusive of kernel) in oil. Italy is organs little, pudgy affairs, not 'nlikothose two were sent to try matters over on a twice. i i 4

had now been shut out from the It light was said to produce 33.000,000 and Fiance -The woman who first circumnavigated .. of the common run of babies.Tho':! dilapidated piano. The test proved satisfactory ,- I i There was a scampering sound in t.heJ"- ?

Fi1-C II1Sn.1-nJICe, since the morning of the ih. rore, 7,000,000 of oil annualy. The the globe was a member of Bon men were not great Generals because and the General, remarking yard beneath and next morning a graycat

_ f. impossible to send him fo by a or tree does galon." readily beyond gaidville's famous expedition around tho they had Roman noses, they had Roma that "the prisoner was apparently a was found dead close to the wood-

;. Representing the Liverpool and London and he had, therefore, pressure voice ) feet altitude, or deg. of latitudo. world in 1706-69, which occupied just two L noses because they were great Gene:rb musician," gave him a permit for thre'C 3ied.! The night police reporter had -
J.Ld Globe, the Providence and Washington hunger added to his misery. His 2,00 4 years and four months. als.-Cleveland eeks.
1)ress I fuliiled his misslon.-Amerlca.
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I 1SRftp1J1Rllfcvtn1'ILTR ApoTogyTIf rNotice.. wrAN-TS op I, i

'The i'i'rmsiiou h.wnW. An Eatitunt sa to be Detail .% iid 3-011 aiesjuUivikuiih) a mis t r > IS CIRCUIT COURT. 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

be tlaI.c. Coat of Operntluu.J. 4iiIt1ve.wi4k all your heart, OF FLORIDA BRADFORD COUNTY.

: -rURLIsfliI 1EL T- H. Cidlioun, i>t Baltimore/ nddrcsaed ted Ihink-il r'vajly would be bliss J, 3L Tniby. S. J. SternlmrRl)
VXBKC.BIUDFOKD -
COUNTY. FLORIDA. The letter has been ndresswlto
following To "lilldcjiih do part." and E. Stros: merchants I Vssump CO
% I.C.WEBH. PiK-sidcct Hanieou by the editor nt the tin? following letter >lofereOd .of Yet .haven' jr.4 llie. 'punk of those antI Part -s, doing husi-1
: ness undi-r the firm n me I Amou t nworn to, ,
.. ) Editor and Publisher. TikRS-Union lu reply to the statements Mir sttMs exchanges. hicli" niiii just-ess a Wlio mwr A-ar rebuff, v and stile .1 Trilby, Stern8121.1s{ --

conticned in his letter lo Attorney General particular interval ut this time: Just itch her that 3flU would propose burg & Co.. I Ivs
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SIJBSCIitPTION gl.OO A TEAK. 1 Hut haven'l nerve enough. Atttch-n
Miller.JACKSONVILLE.. As my article Ilic canning induMry Herald. K. -\. Roeiiucnvore, j 1 AueillaryTh ..
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has awakened *ucli itiUtrcfrt and your people alK) )ve named: dffenJ Bt R A. Rowj'jp-
Entered Acc>rding to Act vf Co'.yress in FI.A.. April 2J. 18 0.ToIJenJsmln fcolicit further information. I shall try luwi". wlinsi! prcpcrty vas attutdifd to pv tlieiletit. :

the Post Office. Start*, fta., ut ixcondttf'i llnnison, President of the 10 he iiv'rc- .
** Matter. United States: i es'eil by L the following fnun Al y.P"po. <>y iwlilit-d of tilt* cumiuencetnent of the above
t hereunto euhmit estimate of cost of outfit A. 1-). pnjiuiiiun.b'u I> suit by att-K-liment and are hrrc-bv n-qiiii.t-| i to
m-It is will* surprise and with a deep t : H:>aittn.

z Our Combinations. reuse f injury that the people of Florida and for tanning hue necessary 2.000 3 lb.articles. or 2.700 of)machinery 2 Ib. Tenu. aunt ')a.-Vt*lmvpbad anonulpinie" therein appear,b plead. the or seron-t ilfintir(Cit]to dav the(.f declaration June A. D IM0.Hie f.l-'t. TIsej! want to sell you your Groceries, Provisions, Flonr,

lead this waning your .elter .of April 54. cans o f whooping eOuili hero (Stewart, Tonn.) B.iine U-iii tin- first Mon 1 ly of 1fl111( run iiand
Dat1vTimt-Urnon. 1 year 1000 addressed lo Attorney General Miller and jx-r: day. To he UK d in connection with and <'banibMil-iin"s, ('ntili iwiiilx* has 'In1 rule dav of this Court or ju.Unicnt will Corn, Oat, Hay and Uran.

Bradford Co. Tfir.EonApii. 1 year 1 00 sti'uin or set in brick : I been I Ihe only incdicinn tb.it Irul do''eanvgtvHl. be taken a:ai Rt Jiom by defuu'.t:
containing 6talemnts willi reference to Process ketile. exhaust ketllc. 2 firepots ." Thnre is no ijnser from Given n derTiiy, hind unit eat this llth da; otFebrmry.

7 *? iToo ihetn wlinb, bey sire convinced mud A. D. 19 They want to sell Dry Joods and
crane fixture, 3 sets of grille bars whoi>pin<; couirb wli-n 'bis nnly i ifr js fsEAI.) W. T. WSKKS, you your Notions.
have t l.vn bused misinformation,
Our price for both 10 602ialtonal upon as or 3 coiN in place if operated by Meam ; 3 .'t'v'! givfu. It oiui .1ete1 up ('outrols Mietliseasa. L. U Rnonrs. C'lek.Atfy *

ii DornocrHt.) lending n't parlyorpan. to tl>e Jnie. Mndison! coiKJiliun and Jeffer.son tif ad.iirs counties i in IAO.I.Gadsdcti. furnace don s. 2 Dipping; machines. 2 capping 50 cent iKittle.-i fors-iln\V. II. H'ivers.by for PlaiiitilT. By NT.Deputy D. W Clerk.I AISSIOHT.. They want to sell! you your Clothing and Furnishing Geodg.

p. pulilishi-d weekly* WushInpton. Uiulw ordiirury rnruinstaiites it wmihlItu ppcrs. 2 lippjiurx-oniicrs. g scalding I \ ". Weeks Clerk of the Cix-int CVurt in

D. ('., 1 year 1 50) ''nickels. 1 lurking hati'lle. 2 process and for Bradfonl Coil- tv. Fl--rid. .do etrtifytliat

Bradford Co. TfcLKGiurH. 1 ycnr 1 Ol) l.'igtdy |U-e8umptnous in me. and re- <-Tates. 2 e.xh.-iiisl i-'ASes. 1 scalding kettle. Long Nights. tln| fore 'oin t Is u true and runvct e )pv ist They want to sell you your Hats and Caps.

pti n.-iiit I to inv Etnsf of proprieties to \\It\\* "Do know darli mr." he said.Vay tt i.ouirn.-d; Xiitic "f Publication i i sa.d cause
my
t 1 forg.n Make. 1 vise. I f you
rging hammer
2 () I i intrude np.-ui your iii in i iou. Yet i the fad .* \ ). -neath the w on file. in i-iy nfflee.AVitue They want to s'll l.cots: Shoes
2 file-*, 2 p.iir c-in tongs. ill Putl&r ** inv han I and t-eal 'M-? llflid.iyo yon your -Mid! libbers
Our price for both Si'O thil: the Tinies-Uiiiou. the lea ing
_The nbove applies nv .ubzi'rziitis of Miis ntifte. occupies mi intermediary for $J 50 F. 0. B. The purchaser With all the strength of my sou!. [ :: curic.By They want to sell You Your hardware, Tools and

t and rent-was! onl%. Send to this position with releienre to the X. P. W \ii!ic:n r, Building
money an'd can, by I Instruction! pci.l with "iitfit. pill Their night is six month* l-msr." Di-jmty Clei k 3Iaterial.
office liy I' O. order, draft or jwninl note. people <>f Piniitla the puliiie. whose .
and "I without the aid _
up operate of skilled And here he prefixed her tight.! _
.u rood opinion I hey Jiold I in high
esteem.
PCB. or Tii.KouArn. ( Notice for PulIicitioi.LAND
makes me fet-1 Miie that u picmpi word of help. 11 I would require 15' hands tosuccebsfully "Sti. then. IOVHS there have all I lh.it I tune : : They want to sell yon your Wagons, Unties, Agricultural

operate us fo.lows: lu which losay 'Good night." OFFICE AT (IAIXESVII.I E. FixminA I IVarchi:2J. Ini.s .
.1. ? In'niiothcr column we- reproduce defence m d eNI.lanLusiu] h''fli: tl>i*< quarter One processor. Philadelphia) Times..Irulca lk'PO. f )1lllIIt SiMMls nn
: will, sit least be npprecia'ed l by hem, and One \TiTlCE is hereby Kivon tpat: the fiilliiwinnanie.l ?-

an Article! on canning from the pen may I prove not wholly I disiaMefnl to you. capper. A settler lias (ilf-d nuti'-e of !lts: 1 te They want to ell you your Saddles Harness
One tipper. UuickIcii Salve. lion to make final proof upD-irt r>f his claim. and Whipg ID
I of an experienced hand. It will I he nor appear| li be wholly icalled for under Twelve peelt.rQ and The latter and that ail proof Will If inn-le! litfort1&gister ,
i the circumstances. If ii hall serve packers. Tte best Salve in ihe world for Cuut, ami Kectiver at Giln"-rillo, Florida onMAYMril fact they want (o sell you everything you inav need. Give

seen that the COSt of outfit is lint could i be done by women, boys flr girlfl. l triiise. fiores. U'eer,t. Sdt Klieiun.IVver will he them
I an tit enlighten yon. even in lie I smallest par- 18' a trial), and you eonvineed l that they will *
In Muryliind. processors cappers t nd Sores Totief, (.Jwp! ed I lauds, viz: Lather C. \VpitIu.'r ot Kmsl. v. t-lori la. TT.F. Kav yoii nioneT
lh conditions
iCUliul
S a trifle. A gwat wonder IK that we I upoii true imwpievalent ) tippers receive from $2 to $2.5O per day; ; I 'hi Ihtts. Cnri": anil all t Skjn Krnplions Xo. ISVtt. for t'uXX of SH X of S-- 8Tp6S on everything You buy r ml at the same time xuarantoe tlility
I in thos > four Ci.udlic. I *
I shall I qua
have I < pcclcis and packers $1 per daj-. but often and positivelv eu ur s I Piles 1 ,.ir ino Ui'31i. lEe iuntj. the following xriin s e to l and quant ity of Goods.
not already a large number <>fumall i leel l more than repaid for the adverse iv required I I' is iu ir inland to K'1'1'OPifwt piehi3 1 eoulinuoiKesidenee ni'on. atfl 1 eur
farmets do their which
own processing iviitio (IL'itil 1uiiI. viz: W. C. Ladd. L. W.l .
rilid&n incurreil i by Jakinj tins M
'. fworks. < : p could hi done in iliisca e. Thus the farm s itHr.i-tion, or i ui i.ley rei'undctd l k iekliter and W. (J. Star of ICii. s'ey. Ka.! ami

rJ-KSlift'TJOW PLANNED could I he and Price 2" tents per box. t"Oi i- iIltO by.l .1. C. Bia chard, ofl.niia Fit.
er mpervUe over

R- (ifiu-r.il liullockV dunces of reihung obetruciicujsaic Von t say ilint in the offered four lo conntus the execution named tipper. This labor being simple capper, it could >rsrgists. ALES.\.vnER LYNCH. Iegi.ter. TruhiY STENBVII

lie had for $1 iiI. Thus I the labor p 8o
ftifrocfSjK Per Notice for P111)1 icatithl. CBMPflNY
, v <: iii* seat in congrei-s are pelttnjs I of the courts of t'ne United necessary for packing the above number Electric Wire Fence. ) .

') bitter r>tiU-3, and thai otllcers :>f I hi: Uiute.l nf would consist of follows An electric wire fence" lor Mock i N rapidly LAND OFFICE AT GAINFSVILI.K. I.OHIDA, i ,
cans
as
The :
,4 ; every day. dirty, Si! %u-i are not buffered freely to exercise l coming into use jn the east. It i is actually M.ireh2.'fl. 18 '0. t"N'OTICE
One !
HOOue )
procest< f 2 U hereby given hat the lull winp-
low-lived schemes of (Joodrieli have I iheJrlawlul I functions Theie. the sou tecof an electric fence the wire-* of winch '
CiMi-r aud sipper 2 00 -tt'er lia file.l notice "f his intfii*
jour iiifi.t nl'l lull is ilouMless! the ofHci.il : are constantly charged with a current I of linn to ina.eflnd! proof -upport uf hit el.iini STA J KE11
been dipcovered and hia lying afii3avjtH Twelve hands: i p. and p., GOt) 'HII! .m- > > FLORIDA.
channels of the department; of jUstiCe electricity, j.ioduced by a generator and and that a lid pioo ill lie iii.-tde before Rppi; ter ..__.- a _. t -r.-e.tr.-. -. ._ __ __ _
and icc-iv FI"1 ii '. n _, _,
: at Gainesville, id.l. on May j _
l tt the allega ions ot I lie otlieers,
< General iast distributed the wirei switchboard.Whenever
expnscJ.! upon .
on by a :
BhIJIvk'o Total 10 50We ) 1 IKK). \\x\ : Al.-ii loin Lamof vii.t5lisrista II.K. .
ha Leen f the court for this iljsi t 3CI. How woilbyof will ri-riire I un animal I I I touches I h ese charged : No. 153 : f.rt i hiWJ of XKJS Kee31T|. 7sUJ1K.
now material
and :
roni>e on raw MOR..G&N'S:
open wanly, credence these ale you r-tu best judjreb wires a shock is receivt-d. whch frigidens He nail.!* the: follow! fi'neS' s topnivi'hisc'Mit'nKcd BAZAil
libels ;
can CII.M-S i lair
requited packing
,
while (loodrich has bevn t the I follow inn circumstances it Si1flte upon, and ciilliv.i
amiunderhanded. : Sliortly l does not '
mtMii } 2.000) 3-Miuiid| ecus ,per day. Tomatoiswill l'ttt injure U) an} dcgrtc- lion of. s-iid Itn.t.vis: : II. -M.Til i-.i.f wal.Io.! Fit k

Now that the I null alter your appointment of Jims: !S ':,yni- be t'iken for example. 100 hti.-hels The cost of rlnriiing a Uiou.sind M iies of nnd R. V. H Iton, Joe HillUrd and Fr.nikO i iger. Dealers inFancy -

JIB dtMrict judge an uiultf offleer ot his will be nil Ih'se I this fence is said to be only $10() per j ear. of I Starke, I la..
i is out there be doubt of iciiirl boasUvl Ijial its w.islol required I to 2,000 cans: AL SANDER LYNCH, Register.Notice. .
can no the openly} policy 100( ) huMiels tomatoes nt 20c $-ji>.00 Watermelon; growers ought I to invest in

i 1n one ot persecuiion ot t democrats lo I this coiiiiivuif: I l.irgely.'ieIdauil[ I F.uiu. Douds end
result, and Joodrich can retire- 2.000 ca.is 4-> DOIjiilxir I Fine
t lit: bitter eiiii. u threat which n
good poor and jjood riddance.! put them on the tleleubive. and provoked in packing 1050Laliels. i() Can't Sleep NIghts By v'rtue&f an order nnue! 5>r the Honor. l hit-
sii3li r. etc.. 4.IM) iVin. F. JIuliil! vr: .htl t. ot tl cCouMy emirt inj
u viilcspicad suspicion of Judge Sw. yne'.stribuual. Cases Ceiitdiiiiiur; ) 24 cans 7.92 Is the eond.iin': | ; of thousand siifTi-rin i iItouj j nil "o-ilie (Count "f niof.ird. Sl-i.eo* FiorH i. School Books School

It i ia urped that van early t-tate On July 5. last the judge appoint l .\ > ', Consumption. Cnuaiis, | cverc!*! jr proij: : | iw. rs. d-ttrd: Janntry LTthI ; Supplies,

d u jury commission in open and le Iiiil yi-ii ever Try Dr. '-ker's Iviglisli !I 1-0''. j'jH'i>itt LIt! i in-- I the tIn'!i-r--it; ie'l I 14.4 C"inniiss a I Ii '

convention, 1 lie held to nominate a Hag anl' VM.atii'ii! ol (lie United Jlaessliiute. Total! 87.42 U'-inedx ? Il i- i he best pn'iMratiouUno'vn : ;i n-r Iti sell. I t." !(4lOWi! i ..jjioul e-t U- beloi.jrinsf ]Musical Instruments etc.
No- ifS? 42 is wlint it costs lo pn k llif(-tiV of R-r th !'.> s. l.t'e 01 s-ii.| Ctuatyc.fBiVi.lf.rd. ,
successor to E. aid) another oilicer ot hid eo.nt I for nil L'Mi'-T 1'l ()uttlt. f.dd ou.t dfci--v ed. siniite-l in salt t i '
Jiitpremc. Julge A. 2.000) : _
3-poiiml of
JIHH only I lecenily been eh.irjredilh; I I I the: c-in< t tomatoes per day.a1 positive g t. I ir nioo a: 2 v.', ainl .VM. j| t> iridfji'd.; am! ilfstri.i."l! a< follow : '1'heSF.Vof TI

; Alax we)1. u hose term MHHI expire* ailii.j.s>ioa that; llijs act was u.d.iWlul.I l ui so. $20) i U included for his taw ni'ileti l tl. 8 \V. H UIVKUS. thS.V.. of sVc 16T|> 7Si.f Ia'ie .1 K: im - Plorida.
$2 5u per day is inc'iiiie-i' : for I Ihe finiVe ) ?'-. t :ien'B more or les- Xo l>\- tiirMu! > I
'Whatan he theolijtvt of an iv.rly done lo nmke I he eoiivii-li-ni of I lie deinbure. j \ in>V maiket lln-s.- 2.nO( () eu consisting o s lid order I will sll -it puhlii; aucti-1 in front _
.. 0(1 ts a chaige ulncb he lia lievel1'dY uS. : A Hint for Him- of th- Court Ho'i eihMp in tluT''wn ''f 3irl.en Florida

convention cannot etcn 1 l'v guLs4'1 (Seii'fd.THK I. >f f3IMS.. and) I I ('tive Kl.1} pi-r. ease "D'i :you think _our 1..t her likes me, i the t-nid Coun'v o Itimlfortl, oil Iht* frstM! .n- Trunk Line.UJ'iNTltAL.

1 I thf I u i 'esi'iil market I p ii ee. Thus I I \\ (- have u MamieV"l d.iy in M-iv, A J>. TflU Ii. ii K tl5e5lii: day '.f -ai I
at. Th cainpait \ill ceitainl PACKCD JC1IT.The fHJ.l'O.l.' of iTiMndian-la n-jja'ar S tIe dav. tl1ifitrisaM): dfs'iiueil LU1ciu
} or a: profit $-19.53. a )
pntiygoof'l
lUui>liil ('I! tiit&i js.tit ordeted\ \* "I am sure he doe* la dsen gitig to the fiteo_ still! si-! t

not Ki very eis y and .1 R'JOJI cam mjiti'.x to j-eU-Ll foi j jtliofs uidy "ii.\\ tut n. 'fdt'l I -' --- PriULA
. .. lI HI1t1 Iiti.: I to finni-ii all labor: and! buy hi- "13rc i it wavniilv he asketl.hen >lsof Slid e tdte. Terms cisi,. I'li ch.isfrl H. H.
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l'1iC. "ainher vio ;use yes'erdiy
p&ignvQi&li1 liavo In-tter I im i( lnl iit. open all 1 HI I
a e Tcr! oh r tw nia'ri.il.. C',:il and .vo.nl. etc. would ". >:31 ii:>r f<:r Ti! les. L. U. PIS -HE;. Furnaegi liii, I'. tt.
ot the bUluic. which uireets I tli.it the >e.celloii .- .-. yen and I ate if. be ma: lied Iji-s- l Apti! -J. 1SIK). C) iiiM-si,>;ri. .1 4-:91 Ic N.Co.t.hlard .
tbe peoj-le. This beinj the off n-duce these ligu ri's. but a profit of $4<) ad.iy i 'lhue tJiied.F
; ye.r J-liaM! be made WttiioiH legatd to till louri, r. TEjii1i 6, iii
cic: be ci-uuled on. : i .. I
iiilili'i'ions.I Ui.tlcr I I t'.is I( --. -- retire. I)1V'N.I
politically our citizens! have not pit iiy arringinen I 4
yet I wiuld iuivi
u i t'linjeiK to plant i tli<-irivn n u iu ,
u.
the coutaiiie.l I 1 Incurable? a i.v 1Crl)3..dina r
iimiid juty u\eniy-u\ $ Consump'ion P.y virtue of nn onlirmniliIty the Ilonorni leVv'iu. Ar 70Up b
begun to dream of state cunv ntioIi. puiiliraiib' in .1 total of I >\ eiuty-t Ii 1t-( ir.embei'b. ( crop aiil! not ilepend upon his :jt ijhIIOIN Head I ho loll win : lr. t II. M"i- F. M.ilph'iiViitily -JiiUreifl! UrR'loHCm ti-t.111.AiaLv; Is) )) 11 2.i a Lv JockNOi>vulf Ar 80 p 5 3 s

for Jjis eauijiii; i.IiIiIIl| Iy. He c-in ih'-n "\V ibr.vn my. Stain ..f ri'Ti I 11. ie .45! ;: pro1 '. CailuLan Ar 552p GSS*
liidu Imenttj ajaii.sl; I demoeitils I foiPI i is, Nu\\nk: Aik.i s:ivs: is JJi1it'pLv JJaluwio
Governor n-..li7.-a protil! on |iis pnxluct) in two [ h ;\' s.'ess of lii"gs. and l'ri"iids s'lilj I i jiuwvis. < ;.ti-'l Apr), I IJJ-t 1-iHI) !.pp"ii :'" it'.* i".iiii '-. :1-: : ::1rtI S I itt ) : ptr ., Ar 455p 510* -
Fleming his appointed hiiiMl oil' iice-i wire lliui; foin:
W. \\fiolisnie. in may in:>!aiii> ujioti iutnoM | vays. j t>!ip-..i-ians; iirou iineo-l l 1110 :311 iiC".ra' leViiMtmn'.iv. i j c:str. I >le I'I| Briuifoni: i t'l.ii'.rj
D. Iarne! late Mate; comjitioll- utnelial'lc (oliui'-ny. and (he >eopK- 1 would Itit advis.' farmers: to pi ii t ( ) Ib'-rin; taking I i-. King's i s ii.l ('"-I iiy of HIM; ifoul: :e'l' l sI. S'-rili d as nil 41 3-MpAr Citru. 1.T 15upI2tO*
i>Ar
>
be | Ciii II. The labor and expanse attacla-d lo N'-'. Ji'ss ivcrv for < 'oii nnij>'io'i, ss'ti I I lowrThe Miiliui-.( iiuiti| r of-.outriM t 'ji.irter 2a 4 ilverSprngs l.r 1 lOp -
r to judge of the First cm-nil iiinii-'ed tiiuh h ofIlidl &> p Ar .
jii-sitTu'ly we'e I lo Uvaia
a Lv
|huh( 12 So
; tin- S'imh\\ 11 JO
packing llns ailiele i- -.o much lint n.>w o-i my tiiird b'lllle, ami atii :ili!" l love1 I' o >-.t i'i' .itt-rur..t fl.e n'.u i tLvtqui l ivUa 70 pAr IIornnu8a p ,
iiuUoii and lea I is. I in I the cn-ea I tlial I they t tln'i-t Cinrt| ('r .if fies itith ? : s t' t-- Ly1025a 330p &
%
of Florida andV, I) IMoxnni I : to 'hiv> lUll) not with seillie \vii, k I on fit in. It is fie z- .5 isi It b p'It '
(:4u.( III I dial I Ide rinings .f I he court wvicol < ( cotnpi le wesieru paek; T my w*-st iarl'-r s'-c-tn n tMtn\ fi.nr 4 t. w r>..i.ifl'Viil -4 tiOa 4i"r LtIaS&IUIX'lava.es Lv II 1a .3 15p :;
the 11 requires expei'sivimachi"eiy for silk-' iitiesi int-'iieiiio ever uii-ie. a 7 south t.( n.n.:t-twf'lv i n eisr. e nj LvlOtOa 70 p
(-omptlo ler general. There i i- en pnfii.m; and uujiist and still i Ihr u.si_ .OlA| Orlando
inland nni'iviii the Jfsclj i IdliMviri.l l Di-eitur. Ohio, s-n-: j taii.iiu t'Mnt.acrig. i.r.or 1 1- <;. llv \ hul lift a' ti 9 10 a 4 40 p.
fr
hOt the packen yianil' $ jury kept gruidii.g I mil in- corn <>'n the cub. "Had it not bee ior Dr. Jiuit't New I the nt at ifs-ii'1 app.i tnie'if I vi i 1-fll'tlie ansI! s i o. ti.I.1i., buluu Lt..uJ1 between Jackson
a pei POII lit state- of Florida :nil as. I ill w v-tern| patkeis have > 'il I ;irtiuls tii I a.u. u ( i.I.ititlO. > -
uiclmci.ls.Do every I hi-teoirrv for ( 't"'suiip'i') 'u I woniithav" j sv-i a ie i'iiipfi\! i-f i..M I ileitil I I 1,1 I c-s 3 who ha* had iaeilii.. and! pack iioihihg elsilo any extent l :tf pi'Miu: fillet i 1iI in Iii lit (.f uts- (" nrr TJ.ni i- l.a. h -a.ings with ('ojj. <'ii wonder then at the citizens ( diod 1 f Lunj 'lititi lci.Vt. < ienMI piof cars
} 1'Letiut. !, there would not lie much .. t> ; -> ; I I'o.nin! tiue T.svit ..f Sr.ir.t! in -ii<: i''uniyo u ii 5; t ti.'stefl.jCitusuv11Iead trLnctt,. 1'irT1l
as m '
it oiler Barnes btjt what will GacUden, JitlciMin aidl.uli :n I ncyin > by do'-tms. Am uo-v in (ItO l-t of i IJ-a-lfiir.1. liclivi"- the t gil h'n1nfsile.. mi -- -; ,' ; ,---.- .1 __ I '1Aii5t iiv.
rejoiceRt Counties, wht-rea taigc niiinbrr of iudi tinents it as I Ji.ere would be In utilizing t theaim [ lifnith.I Try it. .Sample I bottles t fren att 'sI.hI1t> hI'! :-.tli .l.iy of M.iv. A. 1>. 1 >.':.J. ihn SOIl'- :. 1- L.L.) J 7 'ili5aLv > 12 I
>; :'DI toiij.itces oilier 1 bi'iii alfil 'le 1 Sai i I Un-t. l is .11 I 1511| Jacksunvilie Ar 6 55&s tt
the change. To that the have been found whoare auiciigu or vge- t drugiis.t. 5 : 3 ly. : 'o is sul>- 5. .. 01)
;
pay people agatiM im.n t\f\ '.." i> OiSaLv f'ei na> uina -
ino.-i Ar 00
i ab'.es. levt ;I" a .i c it i nihit 1 I li't..N. 7 p 1113* '
are satisfied is it kn putting very Now we will take the profit "ii one act eof ; : JA1,1; ,
doing t-hiiiiik Ironi appeal in for In*! Answered Correctly. I ur.-li.iser | iji'ij tor t.its. } pLy L'tts..wIn Ar Up 758*

mild. Goveinor; Fleming has earned I lafoi u court) thus constituted hi < ouvic:! tomatoes! giiiwn f.r canning purrosisH A teaclier: in .'ueif iln- public schools ofDelr r I.. U. Iii >i>rs.Aiiril 10"KOu.0 51'pLv 7 ,. Wildwood LTll 4a 190*
V i
<
I 13 0. .,,., pAr Diuicfity
H<- ; obtain! sue i whu-li will yiId him I. Coin sloner LvlOiOa 4 13 p.
the d iiiin'cenl it was giving a lo-on on pilii-! ii>m. 8 :
gtjitIv a:> alike? iLUp A. .pArU tlunti'itr
the hfMty approval of citizen: at least 41)'):) bih hel.s LT V 15a xSOp
every A IIii.ri.KfS PEt iVLK, > lo I ihe acre lie i-illu-r t The children .seemed I to ktvv veiy little I ---- ( 4 p U.0 p Ar Tuiiipa LT 8 *>a

I jn the state? Many: i ot ihesi- cuvtc poor, livinj j ; ( .1 L.-u them or -i-lls I ihem at 20cenl( < prbiuiiel. about Washing: ou. except tit )h-'cii.-i' Nciico of JiH'firporaiHii.) -' .SI ::. .;:- --- --- z5p_ArTaroubpring-L, 7:4a

among neighbois sinr.larly condiiioiii-d in thus re.-iiizi-ig I i 'JO per Jicie. shirt nu.I ihe! laei liivt he was a gcat ij
: I As to ih.* capital one has to have It't-11145 ein(v! tilt-ins -IxrSIn f > till part __ u r s-liMlU-und llui.t ity. KOB.3 And 4 ha*PoUniaa
in
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Iii little known, oiitb.de of immediate I good in-iii. winch they$ read in liv; seL- in.readir : ii- chaiisu
The ; I A'
t their
most disastrous floods in the ) order In iindei take I the business. ] '(-tf'T'niii! a e'>n> 'r.l ion, I lo lt.> ino>tT1>r..t :2-. : ilst-t-piii 181$ lei w ten JackMNiTtll
: iicigh'Hirlmod and cliii fru'iitu1 wit1 c.inning At las| I lie techer sii-1 : .l ii ii ertii ir iit-rd I i ci sri|;.ir.iii>n laws of t'n'fiti'iji -. <- *4-.5V t f'i} 'i vs- } r?" r""ss>..a.jr an.lVH history of cur country are raging serious uiiiieinty in htcuruii liail. 1) ) I :\ \tsiy\ iliat (lie C >s: is n. the cans not .'You st-iy lioiiie from school on \VasIi.inglon's I I..u 1.1st. Tli" n.miof -ai i <-, rpoi-x't> --r J' ,- -I $rf.\ -I----H-: \ CEDAR KEY 1'.
; > 14
youwcnder the ittil ii!. \\ e will ri"fure 0)1|| the am>>unt hit d j sliall I In* "Tlifc rioi-iiln; Min-fc L.iuil > miip i.y..iti.l I II _- -; : :;./ /. u--. i along the tii.it they evu.led at test l lii.il ill- ihlay. but you never >i sn onmy I .** ., JT.r, Icrsa il 25aiTliur Jatk.onville. Ar 6'6
Mississippi river. Thous- ; iefe.siifor! < >ne U> u.s ye.; I i s licit eipal pi .ce of iiiius shall lj.- nt ot.irkt-, i : F. .P- ? r* asp'ondiO ci'TiihlniiLion,
luit lutlav.V mil ? n wt.ii at saiisfnciion ft.rtheciiresof > aLT Ptiriiauutjna
noeeiil ills Li pi el en IM pivaiions| ndlianthliip : I- by riori.1.1.TliPtoneral. ---------.1 iTf Ar 7(0p
.
finds f C.'osl ot oiittii '5 I r sr *f Vri, tnr7, S-'uTniry aivl Tarulrr.t liOaLv
( dolhrs worth of live stock in l coi'cejilnu-nt to fat tog .. court I J150 And with Miiprisiug I i-i. phasis came 'he ratureof l iisini-s t<> hi tra'iur l lliy ;------ ta .'l Al1..* *- *>rjSTfff 5tlcora : fallahunAr 5f5p
b'n-ight. about H I "' told lie." 1 u ,i I leoiponUn.il I Mm!! thfpnrcli I I :i>eai.'l I iui- 12OpLv Baldwin Ar 455p
('it he
and it tilt d to conviet and answer: us.e never a
Ctiio.I
is lidding 315i.1v WaldoLT
personal property being) destroyed open Brick viiuk. etc. ]>i o\'fiu a il sale of l.imls. th>* piiNlueti I I. n a dm 31p/
the uoor.- of i>eiiiiiiitiioy for them? In 50? Del roii Five Pi ess. mi f iciur.-o r.icrieull'iritl pnvlec---, the mining -.. .' .. :> 5.p Ar Gainesville J.T 1 10 p
and a great many lives are: sine I instances men have been tendered; 23,0i'0 labels to start ou 45 a. inaii'i':ictureol riilizirami tin-in milt u- C- -tr.- _. S JOE, -r (Vil.irKey LT 83Oa

A duty to You r3elf. luring antI ni'iil-vti p of linilx-r n all ot her -.-- .: : -. ii-. 3-, 1 t anti .1 s ti I.iy S.aitt tr.ains heLwes
) The doperale) % under the circ-umyt.intTS. Cm r: .
reported ost. state of Mississippi Total l pr "lu.t.f ti! -oil. nil n.vlf.renttiv.i, .1.1'Cltaafltuu.laI 1/ .T .a1!; i n>ill nut U'jlilo! WuMi and Cu.atarKeys.
you wonder al it ? The condition in (i.egc TI i t.t snrpii-iiig; that p< opu! \\ ill tisa of u ceni.tal] tcknf ri.l ci>rporaM .. '
' assisted: by the government, i>i counties has been truly deploudile Wives.niollieis I. The cans can be pu i cli'setl on 6 nuiel las' (1)IIi1II'i, ordinary pill when hey eai u sfcjil: In-'lw-. .iiiiiiTMi 'T on n i II sti!! ..rsev -- .--- t AND JACsttVILLlBjJLL'

\ doing all that is to life and childien li'ive lived in e.onbltinl lime, where parlies can close accoiini vviihapproved -ertilt' M v tluali'e Keglisli isuun t.-r tMe nr.-fiii p1 r <- nt. tiiiptf to t't-p ,Ij! i.i tit i hi* ,-surSvc2uti.s.i3.,3 i.iA33I;t.3t.It. CCtltit.U3. aticla, _!: t' I I S ii1T
possible -
cave li.ive papei I I eat lug 6 S per cent I iuleiesl. .3111111 money IintUor Ac er"> l-'n j'isii Him' o; suiisu: i 'lion .iiil) ilif I Ii laiio iitthei--' !! -i -* i t'lct' h iv r<> in i! B.I Tron mit.. 104 iv 4 5LvJacksotuvulle Ar $SOs .-
teimr. Tl.ey feu red "liat tIp
; at I
the lioani of dat-rlois
m.y 01 ths by-l.iws of thu -
.g I
erly. The cause of this This rdloxxs one to ili poso of Ins pills I aro a roMi'lvic'irt* b>r si'-U: hedaeho : uia UiGpAr l* I hour their loved ones mistht (its iraggidIri'iu j ("ill p > atiha I pre ci i.ii. 5t Op. Ar Dmnsiwlclr
i. entire i pick and pty his no'e without :ui-l all I liver trouMes. They art Tiie o n piii..' i i.i't.liiili I romKiin > < n the 21 1 d.iv LT 3 i ft'a
I great fl01 the heavy rains in the I I heir houiei hundreds( ol milt a\\ay) inionvL-uieiiee %vllaiever. I kno-v of any no small, swto-t. uisily taken! an I do not I of Juiii A. 1). 1 V.-0. t.ii i sha 1 U-rninae on the 1ttlij ach r-u.s AIIS aILU) ami bl tKily. ? olid train*

for trial belure u pat tusuu court and IK- \V. II UIVI.KMrs. -. o June A U. 101). e tiIraictuun. Route between KernanJina and
I north nnd west which have causedthe business wheie so small j urij-e. y Iti-iiiiswi'-k is TU
I I.t
an U Vest mciii steamer.
nude to buffer puni.shu.eiil. iniidcent or iil _ 1 he oftJcers of ai-1 eorporafion sl.ail! hi-, oupnsiilrnt. wick and Atlanta. Slerpingcar Brua -
I rivers swell bcond They nave had the ot I jield isiich salivfaetury results.Wet one i-i.e-p' esMfi-t. one S'-c-rt-tary ami
to their 1 guilty symp.ilhy N E. Harwood whil': learinir: up; 0 e -as.ireranil; u hours) of live tlures-ti,,S. wm> irT I > t WESTEltX MVtN j 8 ) 10u

, bounds.Keithrr. their own people and the slate in general Point, Mis.I the lloi>ring of ail old school house about shall: tran-ui all the lui iiifss of the sure an'lsli.ill .. 1 .lJ iI.. ttp, .S. r?. nnt. CitrotOc Femal, LjnIui- ,; a 4.J JacKwmille Ar
Tiiey t ask yu to cons'uh-r iliesf I bu fleetest ut i he niit-tiiip of stoeUhol 1 ICTS toh I 94pa40p :
things. t4U.ia
used hall a d' zen boitls of Dot-tor 15 miles southwv-t of Dude Ci'y. c.iHsctl I o v.-rc l.tl IH>II.T.-frr. rcalubaKti.: eic,lie. S5lJ.v i'iilwin! Ar 8t5p
4 -- ----- -- NO OBSTUCCTJONS lieM on the 21 I day ot J tine 't. I). l-.l'hii I I Itheci I is I- Mart 11 ,'il" J mi o-c.'l l"u>t: flr-uti. 115p"ltOaLv : 840p
OFFERED. \\vSIlltor. land s CalisauiTonic.: with the the building to collap'-e and tall uponiierselfand ter uiinuall. on the lust M .inliv .f.J! e : -: .4 0 2 7aAr Moiulcello 'LT 425p 7*1 a .

Dr. Gaskins nor his friends Tins people of the coum'us i are i not offering .Hir-iesl Hbi-t, Inving I beenHI iuv-'lid I I little I dsmizliler t1 rs. 1 ll-u- 'Ihi' ight"-tamount of imle-'te lin-s to which : 412u5iUp 31(> ;lAr Tal.nlu.sste Qllincy Lv 3 Zip 8 00 a

that he will be the obstructions to the execution of iur H inoiit s, snMoi'mur most .>f tbe time wood was; insiantly killed her skull vu> 1 he e.rIssruioII sh til nt tnv: time t-uiiject i..s.-lt .- ,- ...:. r-- I 4 Oa Ar Kiver.lu ctlonLT.l.T 2211p 113p\300 410*
I *
expect successor -hail In- |lii'iilitl ;
Jiie Tnoiivniil Dollars esel
r court pn ee se.s. They ohjrcl to 1s-its L trotii ebronic tn.ilarial toxiPinia. I woul.t I Ir crushed l by the filling timbers. Tbe. liI'.t e L i>eof the of it 11 stock. si t I Oa1O1'aAr 1'eiisucola JLr 8*>a 30p-.- -

to Senator Call, neither do they expfct held re.-ponsib'e' fo>- isnl.ded individual I I Inets. c>>iuuieiii il as oiieot'lho I ha-.t to-ii.-s daughter! .was only s ihily hurt. ..Mrs.Haiwooil I II liability Cal J. L. (!ASKISS, ': 1;8: :10 4e a, 1 3 55:.O p I p .Ar'Ir New itnl.ile Orleans 'J.T'LT 1 03 a 1 H p -

ho will be even a cai'iate for Thev are not l-i\\li-j-s nor do they h-tt I bay* ever sew', 'iiut! adiuirallyadapted I I was a widow willi u house fadof ; I .I f. U PfctK.MoiiTiueit ; irM.V. ._ ryjA_ y'iAArSiS 7 0 pAr 3Iontgoinery :"LT 310 815p* 81> .
I 'Ij I lie etaracttr nf i14r O. I.rwis.
s.-ek law defiance. ) al
to M-t the at : They an* itt unuT lillie chiidien. H4-'aAr Li.ui-vilie: Till;
the office of United i.I, ''F tlii.i 4.CLIOI%. iit1I J(>SPl>il I'. MC'Ct.L.Y( 1 5p.\r a
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States: senator, an industrious, Go t-feaiing and law jAMtrf rf UAII.cv.Api p. ; .,1 : z:5', 1 rrly.] Cincinnati XT 755 *
,
W. .Sin-Hill. M. 1). I .. I.H. sTst>iti>.iiiv i'.isi-rifd MH! orhoss blood 745pAr03iaAr St. Louis LT 73S *
but they do expect that he will fill I respecili.n people They have* been gr. 'sly -:- Por-dl-by. I II. Hivers. A Child Killed. Itt, 1C91. __ __ hi flu. nIrII.s.nsiir'i (tt3. ti men rifil"V Irrenlai- Chicago Ivll5p
iniMepreM iiieti Tlie3 are i.t mu'"
Another child killed the use of
> op-
next term the )poMtion now filled I by pilable t', i he orticer- .( the United >'ates: The Fcrn ill I cii given I in t Ii't tortnof HontbioK I syrupWhy otieo.On Imve'lr.itnsNts I'ulltuati]veslibulf. :.9an'l lidaity. No Iud2 '
ituliM dent sleeping
Coir- of
the Jackwiv.I
Francis P. Clint L In the towu of .Madison, V lit ie I it > : -spun mothers give I heir children sneb Vo':rtay May th JHrh. ism, I will vo1! at the e to Cincinnati and NVw Orleans.cars -
Fleming of 11
as governor Savannah; News tuiis : The Florida Central late resiil n -o tif I>avjil )Untwiiiii ie3fiistti, onNe rl1c ci t-n.h lu PfeMenffer
hud been charged I that H unr-dial's; posse deadly poison w suiprlsimj when I ihe.MII .\I ? I .. IVnsiicola and Klontatlnu. Local -leep-
the state of Florida Dr. Gat-kins, i is was iettised ncconumnIuutioit. an investigation and Peninsular r ill road yards ate relieve tIme child "1' its pcciu'ar trouules river, i i Urailfonl Coil ty, Flori-U. .tl.e/ol- ', .. .- Q/ \ ir.1I A ins cars 10 Tullah se Truli-s and 10. accomiijinlatioi. -
I- lvitc personal piuperly U-loiiKintrtoK.iiil tlei-e-! ; : ,it-i it'S Solid
tilled tilt loaded With truin to River
rapidly \ 'J2t.i. Junction.
s cars
phos Dr. Aeuei's liabi Sooti.er.Il _. .
too \vell known friend pr.ve(1 the contrary 1 have in myown liy u.s-i'ig den! s .- .tat ': 1 14'ibuhlielseoru! ) nmn "r : : -r; 9
as a to Senator possi-t-sion a statement signed l b.11 pilate rock for shipment lo New- York and I i c )ni 'ins t o opinin or mo' plune, Sold ly-a. 1"K:>J i InlI.ites f'cMft more or le-s. C W.ls.fivrnp fciriiSAJK ZS- v o 'INUWANEERIVEi.ROUrE I 9JucKso i5t

Call to t-tand in his to of the Europe A l.irge portion ot thIs Is from h., W, IJ, Hivma. it) 1 u1< ir mill ant tx'iler, hiitrR.v iil tiihti. f zry p cii l.rl>* r 'if tt :1 t***,tIle wimilerful tonic and 71ua 7 45 p I.v villa i14sp 536a
way a reeledion the pof-se lo I ffecl' that they were the Dunnellon ; but other tutu IliiiU'x t .j) nuuiorou to mention, 1tppertUtuiuIo- l.i-utc3 it.3|s.1! P-.t:i-iiij'-|>tTT r titMtiet oft f I1., I'rictly Jati, Poiai S 05 a S lit) n Lv Baldwin Lv S 55 *33 a. .
tompaiiy.
to she Uni'ed States M rented like geidlemi-n. Y eIt (-. i-il with ''h<- rcfcp'inMhility ol ex cu'ingilMIrtvvs p-inies are st tttti lug in lots, tud thu road! j is : Florida Facts I thus reads I thi- "riot at l" j jlo t W. n cMaster's Hi5all4ipAr itsper Lv 52Hp 211a418p

and 11 rail fold is i loo M>li<] a (.'all I I Ir Tlie people: tif these lour countiesdo .5u u being udtlt--l iack -'I nt several points toieach ilti- vtmdals of I the Si Francis section ; .).t1iO..I it.tLtlt.prf1 121-'p: iCOaAr* VoWo a Lv 101 a
SJtip r. *
not desire tn oifi-r ii.I beds wl.ieh aie neatly opened and: We are informed that .l r. Win. Summer IS, l0O. 9:0: aAr Jfacon Lv 043a 7 0p
county to tulertteoppi, >sitii n lo iln-ir tnv 1I(1 ions ornv p 12 SpAr At1ant Lv asoA 8lSp
desire bhi >menl. Th's railroad I -
| seeing tube ri7 -I
n-Msinnce In nil, who reside* near Mawkinsville. iiu.s
; Mieh exvcu'tcn' ; H I isijitir u-- .zjv7 : o'.I. S MandlO daily No. 1 has PuUmai
pet senator. wjvh to anl you in biingiui wrong 1 in grc.u luck, us iiCaily ad I the more l had; all his fencing und orange trees ilu.! Sale. sieepinKcars between Jacksonyrl.e aid Macon;

dt>eis to punihhineii' ; but I know I voice valuable finds are ou or iie.ir this line. stro\ed by forest tire. Thus in u few fly vlrtili' of a decree rendered by the ITonn __'_3 JlAcon to all points north and went.
able .Tamos M. Ii iker, Jud of the i''oiirti! Jn lie : _ _ Ticket office MJ W. Bay Street cort-ar Hopan.
A greater insult could not be heir sentimtnls when I assure you lhat huipti. s. the .savings fr seVetal Ji-ir.-t of anhoiiist I ial Circuit of Fiord.i Iii a 'I for Kradfor.l I [ :., roprietr3, II )i-pot" loot of'Hogan treet Jscl annville.

thrust they cannot ropi-cl tlu: United Slates Proof Positive.Tl.o tailhful nnd !hard wmkiag: 'II an. ('"!:nty. da'ed Fe .rm.r.> 21 A. D KM: i t'vvi rof AO- MacDonn

upon an innocent people than c' -in t f"r this Us IU t if it i< to iviniiniic: ) best t( H. ol a inoieiiie ia what i iboimln are destroyed. No one knows who did il'. r'lics tI d Company ntminr.t D.ni.l D. Ho'-iTt-s ..:iu VLi2TJ, GA. O.E.Maxwell, u. p. i.r/A. ,

that of Pu-Milriil llauiftm !Illi if ..fit at home. F. I'. P. (piiklvisli. lull -oniT or later the man with his box; lull Jliry: Kob rts" Its wife, upon ih- for rlo-ire --- .- r.I.: i.-n Manager. .
in hisinktiuctinns j.t.licy tlie (pud 1'ine months I If H is I ard o' a n2Arf'Re I will Sfllat public Miction 1eforeth" : N. S. Penningtorfi .
S I'lllilie.i.I j it[ il 1 D. eiei"scd of ail >u-1'|ili i i.i puke tutu po in taeTown of Hnri-e :nsiM :: ;: ?...' 'I'rafrtiAlaiidE r.
tt> Atlon.ey G> n ra n i very diuir s oiv j in the -ity. all o I: wtiods will be Uradford l the fr.-t ul'ujiuiv inJuiitf I 4t WalterQColemanoeuTriime&geat.To .
< 1-iiTiis.iitt.i.i-t, f IIOIM would pioiiuseoii>ly. caught u]I' County on ;
a ii'.ui t tliiiik of tbiuig A I). 1SK>. diesame t the
Miller iwiuIg -tco'iddayi.fRiddmo
in regard to ihv U. S. c- uitin 1 njt-iice.1 ui- 4itleeis wib t nr mii'er no reMM.I u\ iiiioiitHMior oil in ibeir s'ores MS u i'bniit I with nnd made MI answer for desiroyiug III nnd a I.'ffd s le) d.iy, within lou; : whom it Concern :
may
t Jacksonville. The ce, Ills olisti-iielion. no cva-ion inLot. liter p. P., I tho jiiiin-e Hinl kinirol his neighbor's homes mid gums, fetitts, legal hour of sHle. the following descriKil laivN. :4 / ;

pn sent, admin ,. \lugIip'.>n. JrtTetsnii and G : eruptions. Julia
tHtration and being in the Coii.ny of Uradford, State ofFlorMt ,t., S : IJ b % .$:. Kni-jlit. on ir.y account as from thfeclav
be < 'Mii Ihe di old .
seems to >
tmng tOe liliiie >tnc ciiurt I In s res xTofuli. >-kin erui'lioiist ; I. or as much a- may be rfO.tire.l; 1. ptvth' -- -tin-----.r on no debts of her'*will be pah! by me.

how much insult tin le out j isliee. not iaj s-I lie-. and Ihepi t>lo.) ) poisn and rbeuiintixii, tnkf only Is Life worth Living? ? de'>t, iniere-t. cost ail I expenses inuu.-ied 'n]I IS .. .:-Th/- ;. -u/ v. T. B. KXIOHT.

they can give to -, pie ol Florida \\iil iiold ii in us hijih: p. V P. It cures quieklv 01,11| in >kt-H II Nn5. if you jro Ibrou li the woild ii dvspeptic. .11 suit and aiijtidped i.nd et fi itl> in -alal u'e' 3Iirc-h 14lh, 1690.3nio .

our fair PI ate. President Harrison lisped n1" do the people of any state intli |ii-nuaiieiH; (11 ie. liuiyes i>< w lii'o, new I Dr. AcKer's Dyspepsia; TabUisaie c eeof die. to-wit: Tin- wi-st hv.lf of the fl'i-' Ii- ,1 -
lit Mini 6 st qu rter and ,thi* we-t h ilf of the Mint e.ist I -- -
Mf1'! :
ne -
; Union V ry lesp.'cilullv. iippeiite. Kor f *inales positive cure tor the worst foi ins of I -
would \ qua;Icr unit Iheens: hiToft'e 01 thw.'ht -
appoint an oflkvr to conduct F v\ UAWTIIOKSK.E -p'lVs'Ci'UlS (1 1 clittMl IN 111* I lest P'gUlalor ]1- Dvsjit-psi-i. Indigestion, FI-iHiipiiey andConstipation. t< rant (he east half if fie smifhwH hiLt i'tr-, M-

p bin cotut in thi state that was E Tunes-Union.; 'or the vni Ii, s feina'e: niplaiu s. Guaranteed iml MiM bv" section three 13), an I tae northw-- ij-i'irter

I Corns, Warts and 8unIonR'iumnvtiI 6 W. H Kivins.: I ff norrheost qiumer of.souioo four ((4 an 1 the c:;,.
) oven nan a man there would be no s-MUlieast quarter of 1101 tliea t qua 1. r and the T :-r:2r
quieklv and I .
Kim-ly by using -
8 .uthPAsi the thwt-3C
quarter not quarter and:
opposition to his court. But as it Knew \Vlieu lit cot Eiioiih, Abbott's Last Indian Corn Paint'. The Orange Crop for 1890. the northeast quarter of the n-irtuwest quarter i THE

A ceilaia young luau. who i Is ou a Tel 3 We have hml ia.< oprortunitv to road .of Section ten (lu; excipt SIX ncr's in th"IiFt -
has been openly announced officers I nieniom.d q\iirt-r orf'-rty nel.-s. Ill in t''.-. n'!' by familiar fouling in the Iuiu-1niId of one Twenty-one divorces were secured in th1 (tttlt.jons! oftiie l";"iilinsf fuit pmwersof i fi.V(5'soith.or i rr.iij.-eeiirlitt'in 18a t.C'-i.-tin- are those put up byre -

of this court that the policy was of our very l IltSt l miis.! -s. \t lure the pretty siII.hlyiuulIiIy., Imli i-u alo.ie, by women Flidi, wi'.hi" tho w ik ]M>i, ai
who \\rie ihe widow sot soldieia i liul u idniiianii their t-Htbo-itc t.f ihb |rolrible oimrc inoieor: Ut.s. lerui cib'.i. 1'un liaser |>at h. ; \Vbo tlie P$6

'to persecute ltlOell.1" and that t a.. 'goti is pii..e i IheiiiM-! > .' < ii.ih.is-g 1 the. ; d. The iiiCcniivi-: I \\-ib 1'> inpi u-ed eronoflSOO.Their for tOtes I* B. KHI .)E<. Seedsmen in the Largest wart !. t_ %_ .tpi1y

!- cone but "Iried a publican weu-j hlist kix pi rs. mm'.e l.i. ii .uil: cml the upon the lavish pension rolls of the country -pinion b.iscd on the wealth of April 23.l -l)0.) Si>e..ial Master.- D.M FtRRY&Co's 4.V. k4' f 1'tV .,-F '' s

other night and fouud the ir.cm hers ot the which could not lie done while they bloom now on tlie trees uninjured byIh" Ceautifflly Illu'-tratcd.- Descriptive -
sit and JniatJIi.s. 4
to on the jury is it wonder married cold snap rangos from 'o apd a half
any
other
family in the throes of Move were I 10 than sold iers. Thus
clenninir. to three million Loxes.-Oeal1t B.t''iit
that democrats refuse to be tried 1 I our extravagant pensions not only hutdenihi .- 3 b .rc) _, I, \' lJ.
,
With Ins natural scir-Kiciifieinp spiiit he j tor i5o will i'i.i.iiel! F.i L'U t3 all -
country but breed inniorahitv.Mr 9
before 4 f'j app'IES. :ul to ''as' scos-ia's 'itP
ctiij -
btich ?
a court. Call off %.4 il tuutt-en-c his ut-isi Electric Bitters.
yurt lii c-. \\hich WHSpronip I ii btt- iha'
k r4 c.tt5, etc. ..ll rc i.tittJi [ tomers. t c.er. Lv- 1'c
W II. Ki\r"i
dogs I>ro. Harrison and ] ly 'ee1)I&d. !lit.! hued hi- Mack >, < he dm.'gint desires This rcrredv is no-v iMvi' iiinr SO well ;.: eicj-. 'ut oi i cry r" cn u-.insj Garden, Flow::
t tiy again, | us to i>iti-lMi ibe follfnk l mug -Minionv I ns known nutl I poinilar) as to npod I nos'irnia tI :4 the mrrVctlca.UT 1: v> cs cs !Ohs' 1 orTi.1ir n Dishc.udedforit1 \' t. 0' -
;
but rciucniber; that your in-uli to I'riucp Allh.it mid
  • :ii<.'il a M-mso: ncri lit* bundle* th be i ell I.1-: I b-siugbut! a ."..0pnt liottleol l t.'t yoU an1 i81an ttC c.:3'inT. ZTS1TItJICH. \&fr.
    kitclu-n iippHi nun \\ent tu work with j jwill. sinsr (tie u.iIiie tnis; if pr li-*'. -Apurer
    Fiorina dock not make m&ttera anv a ('li.iinl-elMH'M Pain Kil'ii ami Applied i: .3.c1:2as1 eute T.!. *% *
    medicine do*** not xir a''tl it 1 i lt I
    ii t34 A. S.cuia'a !
    He tuekled hat K.ove v>iii.tutly. mul j to inv liiii'is \\lii.b litv" lieeii alllided :c thes.' .u..crdonto'cfc *
    better. sroarant ed to dsi all t'' at is clainifd.K' 1. cibttaaaak e"rrade a I

    r : for u while liis fiui'tt2It i : j-Uuxl hue tt>! willi rhpiiiiiiti>.iii at I jiiieivuls lor on etiie hitters will enri- all d'-t'Mses nflh : 1: ;: :. fLtct _

    Married. itdmliaMy. Tlmugh twu rIohitls ii-il :> t. >r. At l' I on | Hiliu I wasiiiial'lf- wsilk J eailtriltbfnlly fbi Is St. Ulienm nnd oilier atf",- rm; SAI.K.OUAXGE : '
    *, l < -
    pie
    $ \vet1ncsdsresrtiii April 0I1t his fe lit -- .. .. 5- / $
    el. Mitilcd. or scented to sir.ile. say ilint Pain it thai bs coaii.letelyiiiei ] ; ; :._ \rlul
    tions i-iiisnd by im |>ur blm>d. -\\"il'tliive I GROVE onTJI05.
    the residcrec of Mi. \V. Llrj! Iavi. 'm andv lit.ii l.e l.fiiktil. In- shins ;upiin l the I!| to" -K. II. Firr, ll1ytvoud, K s u.Mr. Ma'.irU' l'r.'i tbe svstom an-i prVJMII --- L : :: u.Oil teritis. e-. ---4

    Walnut street. 11- v. Dr. 11. IJ. .Mntticeofficiating. ,, lining 4 l imc U I i.inihu ren' in his pmttl' t 1II h A.' U. Cox. lliH li-nliii-i! drugiat is wt-U a- cure all' mat-u iii ft-vers. 1tafAr' tj ; ::: '3 F.
    o. i. voueiifs fur the truth of tl ctJit RUG( .
    For enie of i U a-utIitb. < 'im-tii itioi.and '-' SV" % ?
    Mr. A. O. Lid'lcii of blniketo : >ins. his l.mw Uc.une u li-ile tm ret ; :- stat>in-iit. iiidiees'inn I irv Ele'-tri'm Hiiter; *.- Sue;.: 1.i..i.sClttt, t.o Xsrrrn'n'I I IC iH v4tS- Starke Ha.I V.'K trrit and PPRM tZiTLY

    Hiss Msc E. Hwfon. whcjs th Entite
    Mmv vii.isfactionsii-ir.intoeil. >
    I t ; v.illiIIS or mut vrefiiiidft *
    pipe I Wo can and Do :: i.c, 1- :. ITh : ic IUSKASES, i oiuiiriKS..
    : Y. The wviliiinjr wag H very quite Jiffnlr. Mix niOHll.-'lU-X-Uil.Ulnli: III of Mini frll (iIiuiiiiuti-e li.. \ herM Ul<' i'l E ixir l for :1.-Prioe. SUe and 1 LEt per l Ii.>t' !I.. ir.J. .CruvccLt.f. 1 Notk e. R' f and b. KUJCAL .tSE-i. SrxVAl. -
    al drunstores. fi'onribu M3-tuu 'sj' ISKASf3 Of 1dt.it Vt'Ouzyfc.i -
    : : is'L a p.iksrut -- .' ,
    none but tL futniiiea UMI i>iv .cil."TliC upon hi tievoled lieu he Mlt-i.lU niiit; >i i, it It is been I fully denioirraif>-l t ,til1p"0ioin I : :: : e 3atI All r'-r'f-ns ln !V'"J to tln tstte ofj. 't. A
    Is'fpy; cnur-V tiicn repiir--d < H.c ttlt- tl' 111"MS1 | till, <-oun'ry I that i' is upt>r5()rto OIL. 1e a.rr... .t 'h ; Fut u.r. tare rf BraTml O-unty. Stntt-of f l br. 5iei sI Inplr.fr't IM.ileipnet.Ei't'J'izvnr .
    ilplOU III : tuI! lillifi-li .. 1.1 (Uvvi'wlvl! *
    .INIi -IK
    :5,1 4i l\i-r jtie;<:ii'Mtioiis. I 4 ckptut u-fKki.ce. t.f Mr. *ntl Mrs. A. '.. ous-e and tu H- v-ui g Jti.ly 1'iirims. xt.n e.e. I ti.U'M: po itiv** .-ini. f-r s.\ |.tiiiii.: pre'ei ? ; < Ito 3 )I: Ot .3 : .; 'e'lii lA'i' '- p uuiiu'i uymerut. on I *li pin to'.di ?i-Iii-i3 iji RU-l VINLii./ 7/ 6A
    com.oicil with hna. lit 1.tIt.hi yon k -g wKlpr: -r-n iho", ihiU* a-i- .'iive-a.n3 -n8.! ft SAMrAntua and
    vm Kirn. wi< rc H gnttul uxijnoiHS ir : "I'llnot 1 pt,,-oniuir, Uie*>r". 'ruijiion-I an-J pint ) .tiar-C II) V1 j i'k 's.I fv! 'ict
    teudtied( tliciu. Tliey) led ca the: 3 o'clock loucu Ihifriuve :IPI tti. I UM if ii.y exjxneuceof 4>.e-<. It 'iu' utti' fie whole Msiemiiidthi ".iteril'tunr-\\l;. ? I-- this n tue will bepl'! wiin biriii'tUfi' r-'tfSv ry.I Ji'-jo c( j.;?; wlm tuirticutarst for'io

    'e Lie l.iM 3\e niiin.if.sliounl {>i- '"iiybb Lmilils uii) tbfi.iiH imsjon. ] ihiiii'-l1 CMIISit tak'-s thrm! four > I. AX.TAREI. >'ie C..re, rrrc. DR. FAftKrr.-s Mr.Dic.xr. -

    : ( U/ reputed, 1 lUou.ii surety fall truai raee.a 7 W. U. KivKite. yearn to get around again, N. Y. Sun. .t1r1 1SO ST: an t x o"A'Uwuibtrator. & SL'isc.T INSTITI.-TK, lilj-i Hurt*

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    ? 1 NOTICE Owwr. lmerfptlon of Land.- See: ,.,kA.erea.A.m..1 '

    ..1't', :jottoe le T1>?. that the tolloW.ug u_IMM louua Will be Sold auctIon the UIlJcDoWD.!... _._. ..._nXorlotU...__....."....._ _.._.___._ --.. 300 40 'IU
    PI1', rke ** the county Of BnHfora, or IIU much thereof public be OD to awJt of..J{ ......__.........._.. ....___.._.....__... 83 ,, !O CI) ll.1'. "3 ; .
    .,.f..ylbe amounla 4_ :tue laenl1n let oppa.l to thewntet'geUrWithcosta* will uecewswy....4.ad.. Ie of nw.le ....__......_._..._...__._.......___ 34.0 40 13a '. '.
    .",1 ... : ... of ttto \ IIW J( 0 nw Jt ..._......_..._ ._.......___.__..;.......- It i 1 40 I U r : .
    sxX ofhw.\ ...__.....__.__......... ..__......_."M 120 fO Ita' ... : '.
    +, -ORDer..-' r Deacrlptionof Land, llcc Acits-Aujt. sex otnw __._-..__...____......;:...._ at 40 1M '.;
    TL R.
    w Fla. Lndandortgage De.l{ OfIlWIf'u' a& !IE 4U J:18 "

    .t pCo., Ltdalted. ewx!( of sEEE...- :-,.,,, .... "nisi 'I85I. nwXofeWX.._......_........._._...._.._........_......_. 34 40 1 5iewX .
    t a ; :. :' .'"'. :.' '''"'' '' 13a ot IW Jt..._.....__...__.._.....___. ..:.-.--.. 8131 40 lab -
    !( L :.ee""of..IC..4eXoflle"" .... ............. -. 22 6 18 120 875 seX olllwX__..______..___.___ _..__._. 4J IU .
    i eeX..tsw nwl(.si nwyj--.. ...-'.... .... ............. ......:: 25 6 lit.to 185 .Of''1 of saX : ._...._......._". ...... ...__.....-".-... & .a c 40 153nw"
    { awJC *nd uex. of eeX.''''''.''''' ''';'''''. 2a b 18 80 288 ofllC" ._........_.....___.--.\...,._ _-.- Y/ 1:0 60 15.111
    aeX ohw.IC ofeex .. .. ..... .. .... .... .... .. .. .... I 18 40 1&3 \11 X or..Jt ........._._........__. ........._._._. ,M e au o 158 .'
    ewx of anti eX of eir and ewX of BC}<... 21 5 18 ItiO 3442Ub 1 f'.IC of 'l" .....__...........__..._........_....__ ... 34 1lO 40 151D"'X
    '+ r.t rRX and ee) of !{ ... .... IiO Ii 18 80 _.;..._......._....__ ...._ ..._.. :.. I e t .0
    ,, ,, LV/rneKn'I'ft', '>* and nwX of ex. ..... M I 18 200 413 eeX orf nx,4....._...._......_..... ......_............... s S, 21 40 1L8
    4 F *% of uw.. X . ..... .. .... 88 Ii 18 4186 lIeJ orn..Jt ................._.__...____.... .... a IS 21 40 1 '.
    H4 yy ? { And neJC of nwK and wX of ,,wX4x n etofnPX.............._...._............__...__._ I' II 41) 158
    JudSwx" ."?* and "w* and "w* r ""*.... 1 6 19 477 ig uw4 of nryj......._...._....._..................._....__.. 'IS "t1 188rwXa.fnrlf
    ::. .. .....' .... .. .. ** 6 19 488 V03 ......_.._._____.._.... ..__.... 1 21 40 15:1De.l
    "vVof"*; sud # ofne* and eX oV nwX".. 3 a .9 105 417 { of ow.l ....._.......__............._,....._......___ IS 8.J 40 188
    c' : eexotaeandaey andeeY. ... .... IS 5 19 161 344 awXJ0fnWX __....._._.._........._._?.. ....._...___ 8.. 21 40 1b3ew0rnwt ".;
    e3 u d aiof ofswj( :.....::. 1.1 5 19 241 403 ...._.._._._.. ....._........_...... .. ....._ II 8 21 40 188 .
    .X otn..1{ and DwJC-anll.WIf' "fllw% and rwX.. 11 6 111 Gild 11 li reX" ofn1l" ....._.....__...... .............__....__ I Gl 40 153wY
    ; ,t aDd w'" of DWX awX and" of o.% and ntX of n"'Jt 01 4 _..._........_.............. ....._....__..... I 8 21 40
    j ..... It'Jt 01a..IC and w% ori'v aw Jt 01 ewx ......_............"..._............:f........._ 6 621 40 153awX
    Dur: .;;. uw x fDW .and.iii;w .: 12 6 19 8tiY 734 ReX of neX..........._-............................_..__ .. : 14 621 co 1113 .
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    C H Bard s '' cr.. In .Jf of lot frond v. i Lake JIll.... IX acres wide and 2 aere*' nwJC otlt'' ......:........ : ....... ...... >> 4''JO *l al
    .. '. ... ....." "."..;- M g jj ,2 1Man of BeY ... ..... ............:............, U 4 19 40It 161
    Estate O 8addI1na oa ee .
    D J Boyd ew of."J4 Ad w acne ID aw COI'Dft' or ae4 .t' yJ1eotneK.....;...... ... .. ........._....... re 4 It .., 1C3 :.
    e... :" ." :'. ....... ...... ...1; .15 5 11 50s U" .. a ofnI L. .' .... ... ....... ...""." *..r. A 19 40 153
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    .: e.fnr.... OlaeJ(, .. .. .... ''':'' ,8' 18 1511 j ofte X .........................-.......... 28 4 19 40 11
    I.oomer(Burfcbold r Act) sw4of ::.. ... It I a 40 15: .saYofnw3l. ........ ..................... 18: 4 19W 151
    1Ie1..W F BufT K of net Lad eeJ4 ol nw and e-}4 one5 of_ 629 twX OfD\VJ( ............. .. ........._.......... 2tt 4 S tlIf 15.1
    I 7 19 IS 1It'C o-saX........... ............. ........" iA 4 15.3
    ALCarpsnter;; 'wrofalo1..4otse% .... ....."14 b IS g !i'9 .IC 0 sw* ;......... ..... .... '....... ...... 18 4 40 llJ ,
    \VH.OTI Conner: : n orl.34 .... ...... .... I 19 269nw 1 nt'Vot.w" .............. .... 28 4 19 40 153 w
    \ '.' y4of ... ...... ... ....M. :4 10 160 769 BW.,4 19 40 153.W' #.
    J J Clark. 1 10 acre:on w,ide of ne net ADd SX acres 60 .12W.6 or..J o ( ...:....;... .... .. .........-.. ti 4 19 40 153
    Inuecomerof nw)4of n} .... ..... 29 W12K2O tee seX%pr awl .............. ...... ................. 28 419 4) 153nwXorerY.
    W C Crosby. Sr nw or DW" ...... .... .....;... 1 G 40 : ................ .. ................ '8 f 19 40 153l
    .J cCttwn ne 'of Red ... ..... ..... '18 G : ) 40 415 ww4 ofsea' ....... ...*...*;..- ....# .... *" 4 19 40 r5&
    4''eer4vy swy ofewyjotaw4......... ...... 9 6 10 2ffiJwVun _.... 0 ..wnwtfofr.wX."(.......,. ,:.................;._ .. 81 4 1." 4? fa
    .mtng6 .wXotnwJ.iof .... .......:. 18 692 80 93 ..... .................; .......- S3 4 9 4') 13
    J 8 DeForettAlexonter _" w4 d nwi4 .t.. .... ...i.. 20 7- 2! 40 76J82U ........... .... -.... ,.....:- :0 4 20! *) 153
    OeLoek.loh 1.wH d swy4...... ....... ....... 9S3 620 40 ney maXo'nWX.ornw ...;.......: .;...... .; .......... 214, 0 40 161 ?r
    Darby nr4' otnt'u .... ...... ;..... 6 23 40 T63 ofnw3/-: ...I.......... 20 4 23 40 153
    Hpvtein S Watnbveblf i44 of nf';+, ... ...... .... ...:.., % G 2. 4 1 153 ;. neX awl;o/Dwy. ...... ......... ..;....;.;. 20 4 2(' 40 1E3 1 :
    J\lr.JluaeFanclH'lt" wX .. .... 2t 'I 21 20 501 .. ...- .. 2. 420 44 15.1
    ofl-4or .U. neYof eH....:...:... ........ : "
    Frank Hood wine 10 ncrvs cjmramcinsr at the ne corner of land 11"\.lCornt'... ._..1........;;.;.. ..... ,....... 22 ::4 21 II 151 9
    o... sold to U D Miner and running w 590 ft,thence n ewXofurr/...................... AU ... ..... 2* 420 40 15
    11 dividing line of nw; SUike and Sand n on road thence southerly .. tie*, of nwlf. ..,..........!................... & 4 40 153I
    alongsaidradto place of beginning...........*-. 622 10 3M orn.t:;.....;.:.; ......... .22 4 .0 4t) 54
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    ChasCelr.r $ lea of Se}|and s3 c7ne4............_....' 19 .|' 21 100 761 w orllw ........ .... ....... ........._.... t2sJiofnwV 4 20 t 193 ;
    .J H OrefroryScott 11''' ...... ...... ...... 22 fO 76J ......;.............................:.. .2l 4 2J *) 151
    HowellJJHarriK sek( of nt and n** of seS4 .... '19 8 'lit 80 675 n-JC of-wV ................;... ................. 4 2J 402J 113 7swX
    nof,>WH .... .... .. .SI 6 19 80 6 E9 ot'w.1f. ................. .............- 2.: 4 41J 5*
    Mary.E. Hodge* DwHofsv and neM of sw>4 aod wJi of s w J 18 6 19 12v 484 8".10 awl ...................._............... :" 4:0 133 "yaXo1a'
    se',4of' .... .... ...... 80 8 19 160 006 .X .... ..... .... :. .... ....... ........ 22 4 2 40 lBr.lufU.
    1 .X Off : .... ........ 29 6 19 3'0 1-25 !( ............ ... ....._. ........ :2 4 20 40 If.3
    'of neH snd net ofnw and \rX of ne 4..... 88 6 19 200 1810 .. nfH'f"l 4:0 40 153

    to ecrrson W aide uw .... ..... 34 /I 10 60 761 nw"wJCJt* ?!t... ....."' .................... 2"1.tO 40 1511E3
    Cba HaleyA 58CresoaepartOrnwUohwn 6 22 5 116 aX of s... ..... .......... .... ........ 23 4 U) 4U
    G W JeDoiaiS CommC'DdOKatliecorneruf w&and running lIt" nfu..J4..A...... t2 4 21 40 1:13 4

    to section line 1,0V ft, thence n and at right an- tlWVinwjfofnetf of w4. ................;.................. 31 "fl 4') 1 a I x
    .4 glee fO section line 240 feet thence-ast IjOSO It ....:........:.......;....... .... 34 4 21 4t 153 r3w'
    thence 420 ft to poiatof beginning..... .....* 26 5'S2 10 IS 91 i of 11t".I(.;.. .................;.. ...... 1:4 421 40 .51swX
    W Knight .X ofDe aDd neM ofne; ...... .... 33 5 10 120 1113 of sty 1( .... ....................... .......... 34 21 40 153
    Abram Kelly s!; ohwUofle) ...... .... .:. 23 fi 20 JO 239 'ne.J of nwtf................ ................ 19 422 4O 158 '.
    Simeon.. KellyCTKnlffht 1 lot commencing at the corner of land OWIl8'1 6"'XOr'I\II' ( ... ...... ...... ..... .:..... .... 19 4 22 40 15SISi :
    by MM Burnett,running n 147X ft. tbt'Dr.ep4'IR. acXofnw-" .......__..... ..... .............._. tit 4 22 40 11)1; $
    a thence 8200ft. thence 25 ft. thence. n 52X ft. aw'iotnwX ................ ...... .............. 25 422 oCt}
    of.. thence w 105 feet to the place of beginning in 81ofswi(...................................... 25 4 ::2 44 151
    Starke ....." H..... .... 6342Z0 ....364Z3 40 1 :.3
    neJ4 of n w)4 and. w3< of nwyj of ne)4nej ....... 4 7 20 60 nwX nejiof 0 nwif.nwKofuwJV.se-.J ... ... .... ............ ......... .. 95H 18 4) IS
    Dvl<1 Kite ofsWy4 .... .... ...... 13 7 21 41 58-oJ ........ ..... ......... ....... 5 18 40 153
    Silas Kite s3, of ..wUandnwyi'ofsw4aadlots swS4 of nwj... 16 7 21 1-0 414 o-O awl( o' nWtj.......... .... .... ......... .. ...... 9 5 13 *> 151 1:
    TNKiiliamM nof nw 4 .... .... .... .16 7 23 80 2 9
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    R Uddon ewyjofne; end nw34ofse-jandne4ofawy4.., 15 6 Ii4 120Ii8 St.'Jorn.x.nw ....... ............ ............ 12 5 18 40 153
    ... .. ._ _.__ 15 8 18 70j
    Q T LIddon se4 ot sw;.1 ADd } .. t'O iftwY. .... ........... ....... . .. 11 5 18C 153
    *4 e' ofnwS4............._._............_......... 22 6 18 80 844 swvf .
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    : >16t nw-" .... .... 11 5 IS 40 11\3
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    TOOT MttcheD fW4jof8W34.... : .... .... .... .... 1nwXofsw3
    327 :1c" 0 !lW ...... ... .. 14 5 18 40H 153
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    Hugh 5.4. 7und8, block Lawtey ; 4 40 1I'IFranoesPadntt ... .S4.. ... .......... ........ .... 14 5 4' 1 "3Itt.1
    .... 772
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    Enraa Ott se; ...... ...... ... 14 7 10 40 153 'Jfs ;;................ ... .... ......... St 5 33 4'; 1S3
    Thou Fsdgrtt De e3,4 orJl: .... ...... ..... 2H 6 22 8J 4255 art < c'f.-wtf ..... ...... .......................... tb IS 4' 153 tiswkutsnp
    Matthew ...... .... .... 7 6 10 40 zall.J . ....;.... ......... ..... z2 5 H 4) 153
    W Pariah Parish C nr4! ofDe .... .... ...... 13 C V 40 328 .,wk( urs...' .... ............ ........ ...... ... 2'' 5 W of:) 1S3 z
    D W Price DXffnt' orn>f of lots 1 and 2.... ......31 5 10 8(1 415 veX or.tlt ..... .............. ........ .. :.:: 5 ia: -*.> 1511ST x,
    John J Rprels ne\4o8e ...... .... ...... I* 6 19 40 501 nt'. .tf.tX ................ ............ ......: .3 52l IS 4') 151 snt3
    Mary 8 Simmons lots 2 and 4 block: 2%. in Starke .... .... 181" ( uf s t'J( .. .. .. .... ......... .......... 5 M 40 -
    lots A Band C block 2 in Wynn'"IIdd'n to St rke :1.8 w .or.'i' ........ .... ... ....................... 15 5 IS 10 153
    One lot commencing at n w corner of lot known us ;eJ< ol EC* ..... ....... ....... .... .... 18 5 J6 43: 153

    the Catholic church lot. thence n 105 feet fronting )1. JI HALS :
    S 'I on RroJ.dwoIIfl'f't't., thence e 420 leer to S L Ad ,
    .. am's lot thence s 105: feet thence w 4U5feet u Tax Collector Bradford Count

    place of beginning in Starke... .... ...... 1232 .
    .1 I nwy4of n-U .... .... 4 7 22 40 334 ..April lS9J. r .
    to all that part of ne#of ne>$ w of railroad and nw#
    .. ofnt'U.... ...... 5 1' 22 55 521 -
    AP Smith nw 4 of eeW and swj of net and 10 acres In xw
    .. 5 corner of seW of seJ4 .... ..... ...... 5 7 21 00 521
    neJ4 of ne>4 ...... ...._... ..... 8 '7 21 40 239 J.
    .. nw iofnwJ4 ...__... ...._... 9 7 21 40 8 at2S9 .. .. d '
    JasH Smith of '.. ....._. ...._: 15 8 23 40 .. '.
    F B Smith. _.. of ax& sey4....._. : 2 8 20 20 118 + r .
    JuperStrleklaad.. X acres, commencing at apoIntontherailroadwberethe
    and 6 "
    line between townships crosses
    and running on said line w 525 ft.thence n 210 ft .
    .. thence e and parallel to said line to said railroad. .
    :- thence e on line of said railroad to point of be- .

    ., ... .....__ ._... 85 52 446
    RH Smith .eyj of off of neyj. ....._.. ......:.. 24 5 22 lU 93* : '
    HHStonaker 10 are* a side of nw ofee 12 5 22 10 152
    Mrs EJ Taylor lots 1, 2, 15 and 16 in Ev r1y',addition to Starke.. 239 "- I
    W Thomas aey4otsw andse4ofnw34 ......... ...... 11 6 18 80 583
    Est Mary Taylor WIt .ot Lake avenue and 100 feet frontage on I. .-
    a* Starke undLawtey road in Lawtey ........ 589
    Stephen Wright se4 of t3eX ....._. ......... ....__... 20 7 28 40 448 r
    J L 'W yna lots 15 and 16 block 2 in town of Starke ..._' 415
    .. sXofsetfofnwU_._... ...._. 10 7 21 20 414
    John Williams 5 acres across eN-otwJ, of ne# ofsetf._. 21 II 22 5 153
    Henry Willis w X of nw of swX ......... ...... ".'_' 17 C ffi 20 239 ;
    Jack William 8w}(art I'W .... ..._.... ...._..... 10 8 18 40 826 I I
    Win Wright ne obw ..._... .... .... ..... 33 622 40 501 fffiBlTHAN! IS I !: ''O 'ETfB'-n: : J; I {
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    W HHolflngswortbEG '" Hot MX teetnands and 105 feet e and w.lying J : I I ( I J I I i

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    ,, 8 rtu.ge 2.:,except 60 ft off s .nd ui tow of Starke 527

    Hill.. (Trustee. ) Allot..40 1183
    .. allot .A ..- IS 5 22 &10 1182 .
    ail o!', except seS4 of nwW and w!, of s.w# of

    ".. neH. 19522f,8O 1117
    all 01'. ..- :'.0 5 SJ 640 lina
    ".. allot .,... a> 5 a 14-J 1181
    allot. 31 5 i2 fc4i) 11 Hi
    .It. all of. except suU of swU. 31 5 sri COO J112
    All uf. 3! r. 2 '4118.. ,
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    .Sheriff ElyUnknown 22.uU'\o on 8 ride or nrj4 of se; !J 6 13 .2 2. .
    6 arts In se corner of hWJ4vf n">4 .:... 10 0 18 8 ItU
    15 acres nn w side of n wM oftwU und 25 acrxs one
    to ideofnwJ4ofi.\\)4.. 10 4 18 40 2C9eUofswW
    13 8 W 40 15.1nwJiofnejl
    K A ClyattTHMUtoa.. S3 6 18 40 828fe
    ,4ofBwy;. 12 6 19 40 170eXofseU .
    IK 0 19 t<0 826nei4ofne)4
    DMD: 19 6 19 40 153

    It oeUofntki 83 6 20 40 415 "
    UokuOWD. fieHofnejf.. 29 621 40 153 NOW TO
    Mrs Mary Hopkins $# of seJ4 and evj of ne; 2 61'2 120 289wJ.iofswW
    Litgen 19 8 S3 40 415 .' ..! ? .' .:' .
    JrtD :! H01lhtPl' fractional lots S and 4 block 23 in Johns' addition f ; : 't4
    to Starke .... 454 f ** oS
    J Tewple BetfofaeM 19 5 21 40 134 ." .) U '*. |T'
    sell ofse;'..,. 8 6 21 40 134 "!
    .1 er, and ejli of Mr*. 21 6 21 400 7M J
    ..' nwX of nwX ...... ...... 6" Si 40 184
    .. 111 X of swX ...... .... ...... ..... 7 G S3 40 134
    .. swX of nw! and eX of nwX and n<> and neM
    of swK and ti of seX of swX and eof eV and
    : wJ oof se.! audn3iof nwX of se.f 8 8 22.f .. eX of swj and nw# of bwM and n3, of fcwV of
    sw'X 9 6 22 1*) 810
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    ESTABLISHED 1877.1! BRADFORD 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH?f Where i is the street committee, nf .STRAYED. large red cow. Call aud (hlpler. T

    i Ji our city? A 1011.bored in each horn; and a slit The tnc ill of war ha. sounded and the I '.
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    GB .___ I in ear. A .\\ 'niarshalt g of troops iK-gun. Il is not a .J"
    Strawberries I''h lil'l'rl .
    YAi
    ALVAREZ i.1L j Starlie) Ha. are J'-i fill at five : :Joil t .

    i.-_._ ,. May. 2, 1890. I cents per qnart. i be paid for her return to 1. 1 war 111gc.ry tHJs, l ui one on the stutup. .

    -'-- ', i Walker, Staike, Fla. and the leaders of the contending factions j

    The jolly Owl club _
    Local affairs. fH'rlmce nre Wilkinson Call. United States senator,
    last > Rev. S. C. Thomas/ will I
    Monday j : preach at
    night at their hall.
    : a in-m ln;h in the councils of the nation
    the :M.i E. chinch i \
    Milk shakes at .1ea: naiii'/. "Peters (If T.a'It.t in town Sunday morning; and st r..n' in the nffi-ctinus of his friends, '.
    and Gc-o. in the .
    evei'ing owing
    DEALER IN" A lull ''iii: of paints; and
    Triiliy, Stein burg &:; Co. Quito( a number of our ladies snent I conference.Ileltcr of nerve iiwl HiicorqiiemWe! t-nemy. one ] .

    Lemonade aIRI soda Vaier at Thursday who has proved his generalship to the
    picnicinnr
    I
    on Kiivslev
    MeathamV."I'artidi lake. Beware or the Hucliclor I :Kill-faction; of the democratic party wlnestmdard

    I h" KiMlnr: TKLfcQKAPn K.tiillj allow, lilt* >ifiv : he In M! aloft two yean ago imlilviitory

    J eifrjin. niIKilierger lr.V.. U. River" i h l lav ins a I J''lllf \niir valuali)I I e j-fmcf / nl--r I pkiehed upon it. .
    & Richard. I that nmy 11\:1 ii-j| 'iii.niiy I In warnyi p NGPOWDER .
    Hats: bats l-rick sidewalk in front of his new m r f'II.\'i' ztii-MSMiu-i icrl'ui wolves It might; well I IK.- Itrml..llnflict"If I

    i.ice; connan<[l ,ct UII brick 1I'h'k.'frq. il M.M-p's (.l.I, I.il. win. iravtl aUiUi 111.- i:ianI'll'; l lioth pns>ess enei))". alnliiy
    1- at: It I K.1 \\itkox I I
    MILLINERY. t -ki's. .
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    let I lit* giiis.-.f 1a.l.f.I.r.(, TlieP-. r n: t-tt "
    R\wfon : aiiil t f"n'fir fhar icier, ami their "appt!N
    Takl'tlit; : !||'| III .\.ticachain's, a and dnnjrh'erff! i.i pariirtilat I r.iaj IIU-UIIOH. si- I.' ho; j;I : ,
    1'11Im:1f1w : ill dnuMlrs.divide! the \otcrs or 1"1-
    .iol temperance 1 :; rink.I morning for their home in i'l''' \ 1111 S freu Wil inv to'\1 t 1: % !: ;:Ih.i .
    -- New York a Mr."A.! F. K-a. UI1u: : Tlits" I
    state .
    \\ he it M-n-ei iti-rs fur: chicken-il I i I U is in-t ::1 gratifying pitlnol[ for i!**:a- Absolutely Pur*.
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    TI.Iil Ionian is in" n-ally foirl i>f !5iN lilt). !
    I Ilciliersrer it l idl\"c1. Mr A. A. Johns Ipft WVdnesdnvfor iiinl I \ hi It. lie g.11t'8 itbi Out ,I. ih-t? uti\' fII';' ;!i .xiau. :.- tl.Vy lit tit il" hatlle'.ir.iUr! otis
    It i t1..4. am! vvhiUr' I thus: (conU-nilin union* I Thi9 powder A raarwl
    nvpr v of pwttr.
    \\"ills it N'f'Ynrk and her homo in i fi-ar I that il (uceils a I..yh"II) I Hi j jII i
    Oucns city I strength ami ..
    have jt':t received j i |!.<-H> dJIlt: : *-.i'em> may cinferilia'tihiir ) wholtsomntiIor*' !
    I will: sizli ni litni's IIIcl i l i** i xc-'itluiuiy! at-1 than .1..
    : ordinary and
    PJlrlltnrlf kinds
    nine' c* not betokliaftition
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    IN THE i linestork of fresh I /1I1i'.S I the wtak! ,1111 ;
    LATEST irroceries.All i0 I i on points < ga'n f'oI with .
    NEW YORK --iit-nuiiiiiil.! ami! lIu--i! :>iv :i-i I. the multitude of low test.sliort

    AND kjll.i'f; diinks at The "-tiJrol.lclt'1)ot received co."t .. jnof lcii'! 'in ".Vt'. Hi* :Jiia;_ H U-i.u is. :,. a virttiry. I weight alum or DhosphAte powderi. SoLI 4
    temperance a
    j I "I.I.r Ill is c.iniKiLuc-f.-r! reflrc- :ntr In canR$ TAI. Bixa towstn CiL. 119vVall
    :a ;
    PARISIAN .MeaclnnnV Uu: even this is not ai! -..V6'y.: (I.'" nt >i : j
    If I !rrevf. Sew York.SHIP .
    this
    STYLES. i paint
    opposite) po t office.c week, which ?i. a greatimprovement. i: :."". I H'r, .fore he !IKC* h"lt'a k I t
    ha' 1I1t'1:1
    tune and j p"t uj. 11 infTi: r. i.i: I :i
    Xl'\\ straw hats i : -) It, peak iu w-ctiiin hit dt'i"n! I
    at | i.vtr. ;;:
    : PJlc-Ji'I't'lH/l1 Mni I I. Ii :Tt'rL lit 1.1111'< I I ti
    : -' __ Trnliy & Co.Jnsc .\ 1111 he has It'fii :' ilu f'I j ll'1 l tlIti('- bpreftnt\ U-rni hv h3 :utit ij-; '
    --- -- -- Steridinrjf :; \Tr. Cooper and wife 'lc1rrol. s\ t- III' ; ylri'i-t1- 0' F I
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    IInz .tJ I he inttrc of a large n'.imUT i> |I -
    arrived \ )'111' pretty town with c'.C !bIds CHI li's j
    earloa.lof VI1li2rnsill leave Tue-day for I \1I1.t. 1:1111 an "nsf tiiem g"n"c'r)' pn-ui-1 I
    Varsa't ri-jhl anollu-r .
    HI lit tutu on hi ii-ft It'
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    : A HI'tmt. Display) of SILKS, LACKS UI1WO\S) and .ll'\wl'cl'ry. ('rall' 3oe each( their home ui Xorfolk, \' :. ,. I.fttrii-lr; ;Hii.i 'It 'lie li\i'! a ili,sit-y! !Is Iwccn) j j jtwo I in-ii I ot ..1 influential genlltnn'i tlu,: ,
    ORXA.NTS I IIt.ill'I' & Hithard.Confectionery i.itf'i-! l I !Li fe h.ve: (:ioiil.ipril% | Iffcat hir} elccliotj! i YOUR
    : }I1 ;: Bangle Bracelets Hair !( : I of Itll1.111 I 111:1''I'JI' I tinITI -
    5 Hands and Hair Ornaments : : A little p.nint will tnnVe the cr>rUe -iltcr I Ir.r'I! *ir.i-r.! "!hidl! H p.iin- I I if p. o-illl': .noI! I Ihir stren-lh i.- not dmvThat :
    ; lo numerous) to mention.., etc., atVilN .t improvenrnf ilil :.ill cloml lit
    Stl'l\ for the mfnt'in.. fid .I., l-elinlii. j.-iinly: It Itt tif! .rll; :Vsui'iji i I I :: : wo rj.tii "ff
    \ & Om-n* vftei1 of ; ; wa: > />" larsr,*i.than I a ii.uitVliiii.il;)!
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    arivthinu 11'11
    iil l\'f n-iiiil) FRUIT
    we can: do. or: .v !i;'|''iv :1.1 I'I and VEGETABLES .
    En'I'lah .);ollict IIa\ t'I new hat. I !hiwitli! i 11111'1'I'\' lh- .'\' iti"4r' H"Jol'al:, tinliu'rizon Scnlor: C'all I- : .<
    t >Fr. r.ml 'lr. l R. Pipdr ''eff "' i i hiiiunl *iijli ,tIiC%'. wi'h Iiu'iilvrrinK, '.
    I1amhm'gs Swiss Embroideries(! Plain d Come( :and :r Emhioidere
    :: i Hem-stitch dl f. .'n" for Pnnirlik'-epsie. X. V. Kar'vfill \. .ir. I ilii*.f me, Sc nliinn: f.iCH. I Iml I Imul M i I i.e 'oll-'S pM-jn-s.3 In Mi'-strve' I'in own TO ,,'
    : idSuit's Le.lo Skirt1l1's : 'ine.: ioini than .1 I -
    :tn'I'I Van I Dvke. Laces, Queen's Lawn, I at It. \Viikovki's.; cheaper. e\ti I I will see them back to. Starke.M ) i'lfuiin : ".'ItJ.Il 1111" "hlonell'! ] ui'Iu".*. '.1 private atOLl per-.itial% ciuls Eri'Ully,1powlrhll I
    nmlooa tbi051 -
    wort isruing on.
    India-Linen
    Mr I'luit
    dwrl
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    and t ni wth olfrrin-r I li I>
    Lace-Striped Lawn: and I will iite; : undersold. Com; r!. F. Stronir nnd family !left forXew marrii It vilt:,* invriitiun: IIf tii- ivn. tlict Wilt rawilh viilrle-t fur.v. I

    t Nainsooks, Solid I and FancyStripedSat :and examine mv. stock. York stat" or r.nI'I'j": "rvi: ) Intii hint win) think.-.\'il"-II.I!i 'i r. Cull ami lit* toJIowt-rs as- rt thai I: BARBER r MARTIN & Co.
    "lil hiwlmle (':IrSt. ItS a St-nutor aas l>ceuronNtfiU ,
    IIwid!* fir St !
    ; te ens.Frjis'i einnnt' ItC' l.W.in "f III"! i
    J. \\1I..1gt. M-lieiethoy) wiM! see the irirKFivp
    ami iituseltl and I Ihat: he i-
    v'>ii cri.l-i- :.n.\itl! 'hI'! It.I'P.1,1.[ .- II'iIti- ; !
    : .lith.: ?, :53.i! :.11 1 Line.i; Cliambrays Nice new )buggies for sale 1 bvN of ('ti.' Martin's boarder Ifft Ilif d- I is: iri'iaUi'1.! ; ] .'f "biirhel'-rr.,' Whfli all w..rkiiir! to riliaMIlif 1 infnmi! lh CHICAGO.
    Nun's-Veiling "f !aid and iifieul **
    : 'r Henriettas .J. .J.JoIHS.Duck for 7he north on 'c',1npHl\\ leav'no I the IiI i :*'- rv 1iI".iI' f.-id I leu to oriiliiy cr'"p luoiK-polisK. : j
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    SMe-Band-Snitings, etc., etc. ( Irol.., 'IIIJ a \witV,. luit al-n 11 tn.1 il-I :.wi". milr-rtids: ; in eolinlt! updl Heic .
    I for sale. ducks : vawniiiff clin.rn at hIs \eIl. ; '.1101.. uhrilii-r eiititli-d 'hem ..
    ejrtjs Keep jT-i-I\v i; waitinir fi.r I tiu I I I in I'"h. 50t.tt. >i j
    ruIn 9">nierrninte :
    ? The Largest Lio..e of in) yom I berry jiatches and destroy! filled talI(. i Milairl ot;! I o-ion. .\ S fm "|. :M.S.: .. I.. trive I iln-M-tMer a Imnii-wltMil cit mtv. i'I I 1 'r"I't\C's any CU,Inf'l't'lal! AS--'y.

    I the and I M-OIII I the aiil'wi.l The fi-'h hS fl.all111.n' tinappeir.- I UOI.0CrCr lic'hu'.I VI. 4'fJ
    Lancaster cut worms crickets.Ilcjhei'trer 1I1II'II"lli"I srive him j Swke.
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    : Saccarappa Aineoskas* Hill>!;hain: : ever 'ironu'it' South. A.. I & Richard. The Bradford Cottn' v Guard" motAfond.iv I N-illis lo his ii l'rhl1It! !!.<."-t likely Jive n.r-- nf a (1.11I,1: lhi: a pu!.lw; : "'[ -ii' | .

    anufnl 'in of f CU.\LLlR-; S cents yard FIGURED -- n:<"ht at tbeir nrnn>rv.. small rhildrenV (I'h; I Ihe people; : will I lie lielUr t JlUli-l jtl'dz-- 1 I .

    w ORGANDIES ; LA \V\'S and Call nnd si e I the new stock ofshoes I Their next mpetinir will b. (.n next V HIT. li'l tin* nnliti! ilriw llu, ..ir. nivticiV.fui ... fur rhl.III.,1,1'! Ilit.VI .hear 11' I"IO; '
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    at .1. \\'. Iludirc"' niltt.i I! I..n I rLi-at: : I tin wi.twv"t i< a I' gi-atli-llien) i hi Illilr! \\'II I..-h .U Willelj! ii-I

    ) :; THF (jaM JLETS'I LINE 051rhildren's Hams I I shoulders, : butter I I "Olc1" !I.':Ifa.nm.; lilu-l Iiiil lu,w futn IIM'la 11(7)( ) I 1"Ii'' ;i.r iu.ilv' will boon ''II' IdI..nl'i -Metro-. r Tato Powell, M. D., .2 '

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    : sausrijie Flip l hoh:11: fine time i ith I tincviiiciiiv i'f i iA
    :n ,1iir, gi-1 ovt-i iwi I P.ins It.iriiu) l"
    ; 3Iisses' and Ladles'( Hose ever offered to the trade ehee-e! etc., just! receixvd byxViPs ('r. nndp .cln.lI' pvenini at fln. .dlla.lif: t n .\.ii-il, JiL'h. ai.il 't'l.r I' jilT relit Lady's Perfect Companion. PH .SICIAN AND SURGEON, .'

    'J in Starke.: Ladies' 1 Ribbed i I Un.ler\es's j in every Sl)'}'. Parasols <&: Owen. Commercial I hotel in honor!of t the luiiiMHcc.m'i do it. Iilcll I iHl t' II O'ln.i-w( 1..1i by I Dr. J.-in. II. Dye. om4 FLORIDA. -ct
    S'lAHKEL
    {, Fans, (ll'oxis, e'c. Hnnxnand Uleached: Cottons .J. \V. I Ilodgtsn M-llitinf dol thin<_r. i (0 d trrooir. In1 pc.'Ji'e: nf IMaikf 1 )Iriil lu-llcr he *'au* i'th fl' Nt'w Yoik's m.*l skillful I I I ply.itunhi.w *. -
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    Linens ht.ll cli *l -
    ( f'l..111.. I Miu-.iM! lik.-
    I hoes, hUs: notion. *, and I in fact ev I I Hut ;pain i inoi tiC: '''.iry in I hiUl- .
    ; Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Towel Crash, Summer J 'ans and barroom, bp HI kiMiv w !h. li'iiLrl lia'I;.* "lri''t |I.t"'dl oink I lut nniis from cau,*s ,*:i>ity mi-j: THE ADFORD; COUNTY BANK.STARKE.
    rytliing cheapei than he has Atotlpl OWTf11 .
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    J JI '. Lult.oll:1ch.s.: evetln'foie. in few Ib,' iln* other iv. ami II.tol| Vm iltff.-rcntiy ...1!- 0 I...t..lo.11.I ..* O'I'n'OIlIt I cltmTv: ,pr, v .sjtii
    i. the lion
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    t, : 11r"' Hd ? } !iricli tolOEs-! I 'it Miy; woman m-ij- l.<-(..'!i'i-a; mudf.: | FLORIDA.

    . .. 1 lIa'OI1I. rdSttilIifle: 'n.r"'f\ bniMiii'jr hP.. Ed vari1.Jr.. I \ ITt'XTIR.'j'f'Ulp..ran j u jtii.'in ufF-iifiir wJiiK-'vr.! If I}
    S LARGKST AND BEST STOCK OF SHOES I ) rloui ? and T. C. Wills.Mrs. .. .> a > t piin t n.). it fi""lr ,t li.-tiiklnic bustins.
    i ti1.!: .;
    r 'I I I he sales I are I p :i.V CI .i 'tC..II' ild I'rl..at)
    1II'I'l'lS"I'cr day. ( 11'-01" I
    : : ix r rII Ii: CI1'Y. The be trade it. For ) K. St rnbnror Edited by t'i Lake Uutler r.i. r..inricKa'->< and the II:1II.Iilf; I'xI..ujiii! tOOiIISL unit sold on all prln- ':
    >t n-e- sale blleilierjjer .\ "> a"11 "I.q. V1 T\'I\l1| eranctS"i Ittjr j .\il, ,1IoIill I 1'1t'i.II"IIC'Y i It I IS' Isidlily I| '::1'1l
    Evi-ry on(! pleased: and fitted.i e are sole for the I I & Richard. 1f left for their boroos% m V -\\' Y >rV Why an. 'tin- Irlliptiitrr pn.plc c-illi--) .1 e "|!ioP-ei I liy pl-ysiri o"* i-vi 1'lI'rl' n'* I Hittii !: J f.I..pro.
    fin ii'ict- !t' lln-'r'
    iijents worldrenownedJAM.ISM 4
    i-iu I li.i*
    nrt-s.: : ?
    The TJSLKIIKAIMI: his ro filil aztiit "nte 0)1:). Thev, spent the entire I itqt..r1.- i lit's 1111" i"'I i\ .t: i.oIUI'tU.I'.tI. t ;:! 'hi"'i Co'lectlons: Promptly Atttndtd To
    c.iii (fi-r
    : .
    src i>" ri asuii *
    i.i.y MI ;I -t-i'i! I j
    : : :A.NS-2, $3 $4 hoe. :it J JlI"'lol'nl.1.! : i ,.. T. ::i. >-ott IS noInnu'ir inter in this cttv.Meielnm's Tin 1- Iiiprlatui: ,.. p":,. :l;', 11- tin- .ili.. <.f iinilli. } : : *t wi.l s-ivc v.'U *_i.'..I jo 0:1.: ..L. isibiv '

    .
    I ill the Tii.i ju-iiir. ri:lil KIII! Ill, rm..i i'i.\. i : .Vi.iir life 'I'nl I rvoieni.ini;* foj YOCIS BUSINESS soncnr i>.
    represent ;/ : : A FIN LINE OT deco'-ntiop's arp verv I tL-o'i j1.ji\'t. C'I'c'uar"!: t:' ?tit'I? ot I :1101 e.- I
    CLOTHING GENTS'rrHXISIl liikil": > MM'IH! V Hit IIf 'll'C call-c a< a 1 tots J. M. SKIDLB Pre.'t.
    : ) lot of t\ .tg.| iiis jll-t rccci ittractive. Mr! kno\\ j fi-.l'nt! I Iclt'-r !"-!.f in s.Ml Jc'li cii\v'oji:. ,
    < in- dm !!
    (3(11:0 *-< ilviil.c" .linirli il tlI- ,
    : { ( ,'d I by ''" & (' hoto fix ( : iipnii) it.Iar j Aihir' -< i-'KAXK I HOMVS & Co. Pu'iIMii .j'I X. W. HACK"
    . NG G ,0() DJ<, Trunks nnil Valises. Saddles I Dridles, : Stern.nrjr- 0. ii n i bnuwp nc \.ls to \', o's TIT ttnif aiul llii-a:!" in |Iw"r tli:: j jXpsllsl'nf i l t.. ihcllillt"'l'Id.. TT. Cas'r.
    -
    Harness -the l bt.t Wool 'oll-irs ah\iys on 'iand. A HtH1 stock->f gI 0(..ics jnvt reccivcd mkf fl..t.f: milk !!hkp.'f. C:-rivitlii. "I" I Intt'ir! :1otj|I.Sl : I '
    I ilif liqnnr I Ir .11i '. ilriiiiKftiiii HfLtUO11! UOOHS.VXTKD .
    : by WjlN & 0 : ( *' ant mi i. i IF roV't z.4rKACIi'SOr
    FANTY ( RtCF) U ES A'-D PHOVISIDXS of all kinds HARDWARE ( 1101. "9. II. Rivprc l bn<5 niovpd '.;. \Vlni ;inr. I llif ii mpi'rai.fip"*i>|i e a\\.,) ? you are all worn Onto really good tut nothing I \ -A few Bosnlcr on '
    Just received the largest stork stock t of roods! I into T 'I Jury !Iot.-.t! itml I .. It is c"nenile\>\ ity. '1 ry
    , y o < i >i jq new br;plst.fp are ri. -i cii.ir-hf *il I clir 1
    : and Farming !Implements, Cn ckery Tin and filass' I jinnH.fov I.ITTI.JSS.It n'.l'fll:: "!C terni*, or will let RIMm-
    Ware
    .i'iZt
    Furniture ladii s :ind inis-e' hat* j in Si k. on 11.f cornpr. 'Ii. n"v ""IIi. 0 ( "- ill tsf!! \IIIld.11 C'l1I1:I-Il-IT.0 i wW cure you. mid give a stood appttite. Sold I ,

    i : and Stoves, aU.,. so'e a.iientfor. the celehraled "I )VE" SEWING( B. R \\ irko\ :.. .p.. bonce ?i., the( anil all lllHi I jii.tl jii'iiplc; \\ Int I, ivtI e l>y all di.iivis m mtdiciuc. ither! fiirni i.tI I or nnfurnishcil.Call .
    _ 10 ., 1'I
    : c'rfc1J c'ty.T.O :" .J ".1! liii ir ti,l.rt-ii! 'i-ii jinii tiie -r- on or :nl Iii lret iMRS.
    MACHINE( works button holes! sews on' l.tii'.otis and does kind N. .J. .Jones' mammoth dry frondenipoiiiim IiI arnl pro j Uhsuilltiull.
    every T-in rold ) \\ *l5-ln-iiir! I f t ik,-i.' ci.ii'itiy ;! I
    I Sfa'k. a bendnocklncp. : F. It. JONES
    of Fanl'work, all for ihe ( i is lilled to o\crflou'nr_ lii-art anl: ii'-i their iitl.-Ii I The firm of Gtnhm-r & I I ,
    sun price as other machines' | r lco crold 1"'ls. t!tliinir *- i : Pare. ral --tr ii'j. .'
    with new spring good.and price.never .- a }:nd rin!. 'l'hrfini1'r In ilicit 1'IIk"1111': nn tl.cir oljicis :;- ,I I ent. isili.,olvril !fiv the \\ ulUidr.tw) IIC.,1 STA.RKE FuuVv. 4

    : lowei than will lu rewnrdpd bv lenvincr 5'nt and nii'iivvs' in irivinir thiir IIIMninl I: (Cmt; I II I PactS P. Ganl! .-r will makrj! -- or '

    3ST ICE (COLD BUTTER AND CHEF E _0.1 .were they are tiii Truby. Sternburir I ACo.'s "toie.over. )inni't-y tu ,ilif (.,II"C' Sin ill- sriinil in I..HI i I IUitI j I ail I C'.ilH'li.::- si&t0' ihe i-ii* (inn a.-nt ",'Itll'! : I II RIVERS I .
    -cison.We:
    t ;-out ih- prmpiTiiv;' i'f thi C'liiiiin; t I' .11 I; l.iiK (f;.. 1-:. Pvts. I j
    ' are ofT t' 'i IIi the; South Side t"'whlrn" ; ptin! fCII' 1 FPn i" \\"iI> 'IIn a m.-iii) a flI..I: ;;(' \ 1.i.I. hiis ilnni .'t iii I-! 1'9O 4t -IJ.UJEJ 1\_ ,

    ;: .. Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! \Iat.V; ((b.'! ">- quart Gift l'l'lI:1' "!:11' !hii; ers mnd l. bnt Itt it:;; :! I li: can% fur tinKi'icl I .ot! liis fellowiiiiUius I --- --- .- .-- I Shoes ).

    ;M: i-l". 'f\i\f\ \i.* the) bisi crate in ilumatkct. t tip owintr j to i I lie 'price :nil the bijjb i ( : atoinul tutu 1hi" nioiicy. time TO RENT f J f

    rates I ehiirired) by the lir.iins and iiilliicncf. \\11111"11/1"/ il".u hl I Era tS2
    "r
    Trilby, Siernburir & transportation
    Co.
    nf niM'i-iiiil r.-watil. \\hv i. it Th-il i the I
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    THE LEAD I FURNITURE The laisrest i -l\Illhl' best selectc! l ( .t"mtlfs.r : !t.verr.ine t endenviits to' i>dtictt,* I i.1;; 'rugSaratoga I Olo1fb.iT1 P .

    i HOUSE -.1 lock of flowers!, ribbons :,lIdl'oilk I A nnmbprof thp buempss men of \12i"uI' !of|, nf nlcnltolic lit! LotiilllV drink-i, : to :ii.oHIII (tutu IIIt'I' I t -and- *=; 1

    in : h.IIIQI'. andl'i
    one
    gauzes at It. Witkovski's.I Str rke bavp been to Snvanr-nh this
    :ai'iithi hrllSe.) pel haps r.ot :: iium'.rdiHrc'.s I i { Gents' Furnishing! Goods. i
    .t: WiiN & Ot will "", these wore t-ach them Cottage
    *
    en pay thehi-rh-. 'knln! I\'n. away. I exactly I I Ihe rcvire ;

    OF Tin-1 1 I i ; STATE.v'flP l e>t pr ces f.ir chicken and euftrs. .T. ( 'V,1..' 1' B 1 Rltrirdi, .T'T.. .' ? *\V here is I lie fi-ii-is'trney of, mch; j t i DRY GOODS & NOTIONS ;

    Go A.i Florett". and X. .T .Tones i puicj The EtoVtrl:iiit.r.L !< !:.I.' lo II' I i
    Knllt j
    to Wills & Owens fur seedpeiiimts. L f.} Ihl' p. i-pi'! l I.al il U eot hy
    %% .T. G. ,\1'\1'1! j i'. fit tin" up tbl <> .to.'" :it.I ; s-uif'inns ilie Ioi'o..l jV: eiit> .1 t-'tsr-1 i rI t Ii.I iiir jif.t fCC't'IY'f"f1 -4
    hon It br''JO .xjik nt
    1 < j 'iulit! 1
    ii J JOBBERS ( mE I AND RETAILAl'.va We have: all'tt': tock. o'vr'iids l htl! laf'lv ficcunied) bv \. If. tl::iirr it! i II. sj"Vrnin.: ). ni, than: I!.;! ii-aj, -r-j I | aivl j{ I iLi- :.b.vi- tion.14. we are |iri'irril| tu !1- L0.. :t

    i I in .-\ t'I'Y departim-nt. liven. TJiv<''. 1 1it" ill iv.| uuiij-,"!-: j j xvaijon .shell!! iicnuTy. etc. Terins'r I'!I p'vVIMU wants lire u* it coil :11.1 In- ._
    %wive and imiiio.alitv: ; co.tI..t.d! ( inC.ltt I t I I'(?i' r>tr cKIYEHS onct l'l.rn.'t .
    li 1 f the he j is i in in in!lI'ral e. No f II'tut oVlZ' Ce' 1itr. '
    dy -an be suited i in 1':1l'cllo 1 prict" c HI Mr! Alvarez 1 ii1nvf Inv.'ii I.'I. -C un'
    \ ly ; i MiiuII iniiiir'iiy.; ;, 'to j I
    I .: \ to k'ql:1 full line of the latest ttyle> in :and ijiialtty Jive us a (.:tll belonpurchainsr the second. largest: store in ,I ro'liiU'itiiiniii-i-; : !:nd I tear dm\n! anddislinv! 1 i C. II. MOON, Prop., I I { &: JOINER, i

    alii I let n* convince Staike.The t I the Wnrk lit our nn'li! I.'ju-iri! in the I I!I "uij: !STARKE. n.I ..\. .

    thate business you' I iiilu-r puh'ie !I'I'II..I' ls. ii (':ciuditi i>ii'il-.y;: !i iCiioi'N Stark(., Iin.J. 'I
    I. Parlor' and Eei'r suites Sideboards mean and can anw 1li..1 -=ori.tv of tl-p Stnrk t .I'd, Ci'iKilus.' < (\I' \\ I.al1'11111, t -
    Dom -
    an ? Chiffoniers.:! ill save you money.Trnby Jiatitist: ( i i' in I
    .hll" r.c11..l. ( to i nppt "p-iiirnt! ll.e r" I..d! p"i |'e I h i\e ti "Io.\' I In ft1 ;

    1 Slernbnitr 1 i & (.0. on Tu"'"dr.vtbe "t il.f.l : n'/-bv-k t...tl'.111': .oll'i i iii.ra'izihr lisi'.i: ':!'.I- : DRUG YJALEFEED

    ;' : CLARK & Mr. ..1.V.. '-SydlM.YeTrwill 'have: foale 1.. m.. at th. cbtl'-eb. for a"/II.,1) elec- I Ii". \\. en ti.r p.Vcl iili.rnl and* em Illirof: IiJJS1i I
    t1 f LOFTUS all ; .rt me 1I.r11. to demoralize lii"yni.ili It
    of
    week
    : every until further%% notice ton "f"q. A full tp"d.tpj. ) iind iit-iiriizv' ; the v.mk, ot t t'tetleichers t Ii -t&ad, r'

    the ( )loud and :Ja ni snot Ii str.ivvberr\ i j. 11t ilf1, promptly 1 :1 lie }iOtI1. ? 1 Il t lian 'ieei l"in :i !Jew d.iv :'i rn I -.. .t::$ri,7 ,/.;; .:' ;:,;-: i -. j I

    1'\. ; lit S. Now is the time i to plant foiilinners. Mr. T.il.lo1 bns sold out hio interest si.ue u I't.y. 'v-l hI.>.. f.illur was killed a '01i,I;'l"'fl"/.r'.: :_. t': : ''':;;'. :;-'T.1.( ':"- t I I STABLE 4' !

    I.I t 41X II) 42 Wl ,T IUV STREET ___ ; __ aplstfodawater 1 ; in th" 1 business i of A'vnre/' ve-ir-irlwn:i !",'li.e::nf.i hi v.hi-.key a iliiu.keii l mil. preiiied -'- ,. )-J'S,J ?I r-5"-;IJ It' 1: A'JJf'-Ih. !'..;rfa f .-i iCAI.T.
    Siarke STKtET.
    I > : milk shaki-s, l'Il':1I Liddon to R. ". Alvre7. who \il w.tsiiri-:>.; -nui l>.iii-'ii'u, it in an und i-i ant I ,. ;= _.r i- .,:I 1.t.J. 1.-. ...y.. J -i.L---J 1-.(. ', 8TAJUCE. ru. .
    j.illl .11 : It .. ", I'F
    _:
    !: ) ( ('e. Miiuiuu.5ySell Jacksonvilla; Florida. vVillOn ens continue thp "::m"h' r"7 d, ..-emly, :i a:iii-r Thus l'II'' ", li IheiHilieci' i-: ;. -.1- ,- .'I j":1.> ."=_ .' :I P. iWVAKDS. ,Jr,, Froj

    Mackerel: mullet! etc., atWilU !irC'Q ns to ::1' tbnf} be nntT'p'Tt8tbp :.i.,01! iiy tin- ha... oi s..ml' ilrunkeiS .,... '(icrLvr.iT..trr. .,,. ., ., ;.:"_,_,"..' :' '. ... ., '_.._. SADDLK liOflS n=: l {' -
    "I.i nn
    ,
    .iUnI.\UE5
    I & 0 1.'r"n fP of bis: fr'pttds; and sol. :t alilril iil -lti-'l !iy Ihe ;i>velinii ft. f ';i : '' .' ; r. ) iiUviu nid for .
    (
    Von the l lioodi'oi the LI'a..t \\'l'IIoI. 111- -. l f y ""l' Ibuillt
    : t >e i r )ltlI1t. 'F..c' icits rontiniiancp wi ik if df-ninializ ili, ii and ruin Tnet ., "..:. ; 0.1 f' ,, 1f. Give !i p4-cu'lj.
    Wills Twenwill 1 of the \\ tin kitiiw- .. me :i CIIII I.dun: j.u cor.traci.IV .
    &; ( L'ive you) a :mf. i iI iI on. i.ti N to I., Iheili'slinvtit = 1t.
    I *
    IiI( present with t every pound. ofoTe ;I A magnificent )borqnpt of rosfsadoined thai l I''Y-I i.iiihtr f.ithtr nor ipnilici tii: f. L. e 8irlv IoPJeaa.s. *

    ; I one of tl'e! desks in I II pn.iict: Ioi III. bu1 a wardf I tin gnreriinuut I GASK1NS.DEALKH -
    < on buy ::4
    :J) House : Furnishing : Goods ; of : All : Kinds. } I ('Ol.f' clerk's} office la"t tw A" I-u. wild It I K I that I i is the way il protects inwauU. Il'i ;; t,
    u-elesj lifauic
    .. Our Public ItoadN.Prolmb'y WI''k ( in I ; the ltqtit'r.sitIer. .
    I I (019p.ko and havepn thai is tile lie Qrus & Medicine ;
    tl>\-rf i b n.<' >nj III mir midst( Deputy way maks ln" |jvnir.; rl BAWET( '
    !{l I hI flower ne, vori (':n r1t.l" "l.ipays f-ir |nl"! privilft'e; it L.I\4 ifiuind I. % .
    110 IJI s II I lieMer opportunity of f hl'llrinJ !.I. the owner. The homblo! horr for I I f.r him tn 8 o-iI 1! Iiqtior as it is f..ro hi-n H a r kts ria -.

    I he different cxprcvi"" nf opinions from \1'lring', i is now at niirh yvon. rat cnrii ; ,i.t I ilnr dm-s he c ire wjj-j !h,' :,,11,1 PIp.idal1s'! Prescriptionstowi .

    Ii.II-I icll'I'I I IS IIS til our pllh ir IpnilMs t II I". or %When or) where. so tot sriis Urd',:!, (id1jat (1'W '., i 4 I
    :.j Mattings, l'a7]'et: > and Win lov\ Shades a.d Mats! I t i. i.onro1. i.-t ,1'i to Iioo\ ) -dc.ii 01
    J
    H..gi
    Bc.,1 SI'I ings (inn, the I C'>n.-tiiicli.n of the rotll111,1 )11.nn "ho1nq In g"1I t. ('II eniets it::tI it maT. i H.!!. f %
    'i ''no' l'l is 11..1) to hi ill h'IhI'' I K .
    Tllh\ |) ', <- .c them hi -- ,
    i 1 CunlCortHJatu..t'.s: G'ul.h'I'IJlCI. Tin Sets, Looking (Jlapses. 'heir cCllllli'inli i than fl13 !el(. n'* l)eiitjr in .iiptiort liy rli.inq ebeVen:,? p.j. ,Tier. li'isine. il, pi-ii'i.s "I! that IJut' ,lill wi/, [ Ma.t fA I.'S Sale.Jnit. ; '. .

    .
    utmost .nily ('olllll"lnj'utilill lrIvtlI.Ih; ii- al :It f..d" 1-e'i'ri; u- t'.vif! llinWill. .
    Tv
    ; '
    flniteoiuU' ; 3 I-.r.: cfaflij d .
    the *
    s of fin> "I'r.- nffi.rp.-Josmr.-n!
    *f strV"sTnd ,
    iliffi-rei.l' pur; !" ...fur etmiii, ; \\ilh upriMiilii I I'C'I" Sf II' 11'tI..- o.i I't -'If.! i-i > :g!,'" r.-.t oo hth. Ho'"r ':'r .L m s M. -:
    ll.r cere's qJ Jwnvs ('flHn'nil 1 tbehiifbevt J.w 1:1'11.1 t-; }PI"> ni\: ..f ; :.<. [ {t n teJite of th<* F.Mirth .1u Iid.1! Cir nil ff I ;,

    'j: Willow, Reed end flaltan Goods of all Kinds. : *ve mi-n fimn 111111I)' nt tin- Mniis.hnvisi 'price. M rrQ. Map i'od 5 i. THdv t 1 C'-ijulry; 1,11.111" ll;:il will I lljilii.: il iin.l avn. .'- H A'i-it-g-I ri..t! 1 inn; r'rO(1 f.rth-rnn rlol hla ; tc'b.pln '1(1"Ill'
    \\ III q II "i- of i !h.1 pi-bey wliicli !1a.1" di .
    .It ne an : w'tt-rt-
    "tl'I.11.r qmlities and \\', ; i | ca 'o-eph G. >h''J W H roaipluli-
    .ATTENTION with 1i.w i in piuiiialiliiuvrsiiiuns.! I I : I IIi Cflad l to note 1"1''C'"q. lf11 I enw doiiit: III...- t.' dt-nieraiiZ"; ihe t"-i't-'e. i Il'I'I..rd j r.f ...i.l OavLt. L.. .AlvaNZ and T.Ph cci Atrar-z. .
    I his w.f.. .
    i t TRAWBEBKY" or" 'f..r.d l npI Will II .
    and '
    I! lye tln-p-fore cubt-cled fnun the | inuress hinder the I'-1'|.' IIy j 8 at ruht'C 1
    in .nv j an.-ti./i. in front f thO' '
    > Court
    Ili
    . >" ',1..1' fn t1e
    It nl'
    ist hit
    ' stran I incidence I and di
    'ppo that in Ci'iin'iy "
    : slmy.s iimre hu-ari I'i.ippins Titv'nv t
    Fruit in.j.1
    andV I Mttr.e. Coiintr
    Shiii your reialies: ,! i loI ilifIci cut leniarks (if- (lie prospi-doi s idt>is of Crpi'forl. on
    the S MIP mail which. lirine*. a man .' : ihin nil 011.! I' agl'IIl'il'S (''tn- N.ti.lttlliesKrf.mt flay ofJun- A. D. r-fiQ. the
    LI- F.FJ 1 JOK. thaI) seem to me niigiit: II curl Ie inio) tlfict : l'i: i-d. Si:I"IU," i n Ihe frecti.an who will I j..*ni. b--in.r a ley I sa'e 11.I..two'el, thtrle?al This Space is reserved il
    "accoivt of .
    an 1:1..s" "tntiiif that t OO. s 's $l:<. I h.> f'.H..wi; ; .
    3H: \ :1 hi" III" 'lIc'c'l."W I y..k it" lie pii.fiiulile to i'ue! liSn.1I as to strawberries I vi'.e' ID t't.lt.lh a oi-imnl of vice an.' UT.-_ i i ti l > s-ij .:,-f,-i
    : I fest of refi rcnees. For oiciiHs) I l)lank-t,, jui-ial; ( cards: and w-i to "It: .r At
    information ajijdy to \r.r. l oft, etc., :t.l'H\'f' the t'orn- I a'd l't'\I"! : his tiw n M U. | ]I ton (jO) *.THS ot: '>? tl'e nortte: s: (lrr.*-"- fOf t.e Store. j
    .
    lALLAtl! i n, I.o-al A rt. t. ll.nt uiir romla slioulil l I. resurnr ion s > :thf.t-t q-i ne..r. S-iut'-pa'-o'iarffT' f"eollovtil I'
    <" me-chant '
    mi ono'hr i u n .\. I : :
    freight e' ,19'
    0 STAHKK. FLA. \'C''ri.. rit' ritiittl.: so t ti iiii.kc i I IC1:1'P" n .W.. hot. s v D 1).ta" .-f r PC- J :
    us > i li.sh. ? t.
    < tWry.W! 1 '
    ,
    ,11.rl '" !11) ptrculir; letter / r. ": i.usrjf [E'1' s Ki.rttr I
    In .. :
    '-- .'ri"' ;ni>sii'i-! r.ui<- und have I Hit- I II. Ir"t ) 1 :1! aIfI.t't'l' \ .11'i: 0O-! n.r ''1 s 5 .,\ n'- m K*. ...*,I too. "i! fs- uiirl .*.._ .
    I from
    I thp *mp lion-e of saitf :,I 0'1' 'iit.'l' ti-t'.' I. "lIlt' tint or molt I *:W. Tvrtua cosii, paixh.iatr pann:for tit>n. '
    location t-cii'id i hat roads thus laid dUe I i'troll'4:11,1': liv.>H. ti *> i-Cfu -I I .
    , : snvincr. (' and iv vive I l" i' j T. .1. Ksionr. .
    senrce
    s Florida lines. 'hl'I'I Mar. 2, 1St). _
    ewJork
    Cli-iini-oiluP.'s I i Ci'li'hnl. <-. lad l '
    J : e' 1j\I'i''
    ;
    nut sliniilil I c made; pel mill,,I'll I. /I nit( n.- hiffh, selling from S-i to 5 r-i n.' liiarr I j.
    cents 1)1'qnnt. I hoe J"IIl".lor wlio h.ive "lio.... .
    ( S ",
    ( "I'a1c.cllI pulilic roads. All ils "UIl" j 0 i
    '/ III lie ; 1 Sheriffs :ah' I
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    USE OF KEROSENE.The 'TAT or OHIO, Cm or ToLEDO } *
    II MUSHROOMS IN THE OPEN AIR. II \rI -
    : THE FARMING WORLD. LUCAS COUHTT I
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    Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the I -
    fy They Can J1e Successfully Grown In This MandsfcTays in Which UousekeepariCan I I
    It. senior partner of the F. J. Cheney ., -7.-- ,
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    4w .. FUMIGATING BOX. & Co., dig business City of TC1OtCutyad .. -. I .. ','.
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    Marks on tables caused by State aforesaid, and ) :. '

    Li V r Blood An Excellent Advice for Itlcldlnff Plant I have previously reported' some limited may be removed by kerosene rubbed in 1 the sum of OKK HTTKDRKD DOT- 'I ,

    of Insects. experiments in growing mush- well with a soft cloth finishing with a L for w.:and every case of Catarrh 'f "f&-

    Very few window-plants are entirely rooms in fields, writes B. F. J., in water rubbed, dry with an- can not cored by the use of Hall'sCatarrh
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    At the oomlm of Vprtnn the blood should be pur* FRISK Ccy tdjIt" ,
    I S B.4.MlmparUl**which hara been tccanialailnf Tree from that troublesome insect. the the Country Gentleman. In September other cloth. Sworn Ce me and i ; V4' : ,

    r for months or even yo*". are liable% to tnanlf-tthcmselren green aphis, and the problem of gettingrid 183S a brick of the spawn was plantedin When giving the final polish to stoves, presence,this 6th day of Dbr.AD.18 kvi <:
    L. and terlouily affect the health Hoods ;
    r Paroaparllltli undoubtedly the best blood partner.It of it Is not alwaysan easy one on a field of rich pasturo land, the opera- before putting away for the summer, ISEAL1 Hahl''s Catarrh A.W. Cure is,taken internally \ -

    It expert ererr taint of Impurtr,.4rl1'01 out scrotu.F account of want of a place in which to tion being the simple act of raising the mix the blacking with a little kerosene and acts directly the blood and mucous ( : .. .
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    lOUt humors and p rmt of disease end tfrcs to the fumigate with tobacco. Our illustration sod with dropping into the cavity to rust. Bend for testimonials .- 1"T
    c blood'the quality and tone essential to good he&tb.HodSarsapariIIa. a spade, instead of water prevent surfaces of the system. 4', :
    shows a convenient box in which may a piece of the spawn as largo as a Tarnished paint may be cleaned by ,free. F.J. CHESXT&Co.,Too 'I 1 :
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    be placed plants Infested with green lice walnut and pressing the sod back again. rubbing with a cloth wet with kerosene. Bl by Druggists,TSo.Is : ',. '.. '
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    **BfiVT tprlBu'for years I hare made It a practice while a smudge of tobacco H being Seeing nothing of mushrooms In the Black walnut or any wood finished in order to properly observe tho rrqulra V $ p. ', ,

    to take from three to fire bottles of Hood's Sana- given. There is a piece of zinc in the spring of 1889, late in Juno I made a oil may be kept bright by polishing with ments of the Lenten season some people 1 .- ;, lr'

    t run, because I know It porltteo the blood and" bottom of tho box, to prevent its taking second experiment with tho myceliumof kerosene. tell nothing but fish stories.FhuladeiptuiaTimes. -.f'. ,
    thoroughly cleanses the system of all!! Impm-lllex. It'
    %V.aLirKKircS, Editor Agricultural KpltomUt.Indlwiapolis. fire from any dropping coals. On this a different character, obtained from I'our a teaspoonful of kerosene into ) ,1 -- -/ rji

    1 .bid. let three flower-pots, and on these tho the famous seed house of Mme. Vil- each quart of boiled starch for a gloss; .An THE
    r Pw'ifies the Blood pan containing the leaves. The pan morin, Paris France. this will also prevent irons sticking to But never wearied grows the pen .:, .
    Winch writes the truths that have amsie"
    "I/ait vprthR fwas completely fagged out. Mr should have a hole in it the size of an The patch a few rods Equare, after thin goods. the thousands who have been given up by :ji/!/ 4? 'I' '.

    strength left me and I felt SIck and miserable all' egg, to give sufficient draught that the planting as above. was covered with fiveor Kerosene will brighten silver. their physicians and who have been restoredto __ ?-

    the time so that I could hardly) attend to my buds leaves will be consumed.In six inches of good cow manure. Hub lamp chimneys with newspaperon complete health by using that safest of all : V. .
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    $ees. 1 took one bottle of Hood's Baroaparllla.and remedies for functional irregularities and ji: :
    It cured me. There Is nothing like It." B. C. starting the smudge place a few Heavy rain fell after the planting and which has been poured a little kero c."hich are the bane of woman- -TT: ::

    BEUOLE Editor Enterprise Bellerille Mich. shavings first then the tobacco leaves the soil was saturated. Homo time in sene. This will make them much clear kind. We refer. of course, to Dr. Pierce's .

    f1 Hood's lightly moistened. Those leaves July when the blue-grass had come forward er than if soap is used; they will also be Favorite Prescripton. the only guarnntfed ..
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    I Hold t>y all druKfrlfts. It;six for K. Prepared only '
    L thick mass of vegetation it was mown To remove rust from steel, rub with tle-wrapper. .
    by C.1.HOOD&CO..Lowell.Uass. ,
    and carried off, leaving the naked sward kerosene, and soak for a day, polishing T '

    100 Doses One Dollar exposed. with emery dust and kerosene. To the stomach, liver and bowcl Dr.Pierce's I ;' .f1
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    Iii. During) the summer and September I Hub rusty flat-irons with kerosene. -- '-.t: : .4 tt. ,t
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    watched both fields closely but saw no Kerosene will soften boots and shoes QCITE neat and appropriate Is it that a S { r

    : of mushrooms and had and render them cross-examination i4 o.ten instituted to C -
    La has Left signs pretty hardened by water, as :
    Grippe settle a vexed question.-Baltimore
    nearly given up tho experiment as a pliable as new. Amercan. ;
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    in millions interfered in the business-when on the rubbing.Iron in he announced thethoorythat ', .

    morning of the sd of October I was and polished steel when not in all Malarial disease was caused by living .
    in the blood and demonstrated its
    1 of cases. / rewarded by tho sight of my first mush use, may be kept from rusting by wiping germs rectness by his Antidote for Malaria,which cor- : -"'

    room on the field planted in 1SSS. At with a cloth on which a little kero:en cured when all else failed. The microscopenow "

    .Take first I thought it to be the ordinary puffball has been poured. reveals these germs,and Physicians: accept and female weaknesses folloW :.-

    t tJ -so round white and large was it- Oil-cloth may bo brightened by robbing tho fact If you have and Malaria in your A STYLISH HATis ad ton afflict the sufferer.As .

    Ayer's Sarsaparilla t;;ro inches in diameter at least in tho with kerosene. J system getthemedicine. bee1. a invigorating, restorative tnc ;

    : button form. The follo..ingday I All soiled spots found around doorknobs unquestionably qut an essential factorin soothing cordial and bracin? fo :
    t ,.- and restorer Tns-chestnut as a tree is a native of Cas- debilitated and feeble women generally, ;
    gathered seven moro close by tWQ- on light-painted doors may be tania in Asia. As a joke the responsibility tb But make-up much faiorbly-ati Dr. Pierce's P.iption"h n

    Tone FUMIGATING BOX. thirds the size of the first, but none removed by kerosene on flannel cloth, seems minstrel to man.rest on the modern circus and good looks, and hoW especially mor to her enjoyment equal. In fat.Favort ony !nec for .;

    afterward. I may say a few days previous with no injury to the paint. --_e is good health, without which she cannot the peculiar weaknesses ad ailment incident -

    and Strength.It termed "sand leaves" by tho growersare to the date named thero had been Kerosene poured on red-flannel and Commendable. look wel. feel well or enjoy life properly. t females, sold by it. a '
    best but stems be used and ordeals which fashionable soci- positive guarantee from its
    may All claims not consistent with the hic'icharacter To mua
    never fails. a light rain a day temperature between bound on the throat will greatly case a to that it will, in case,
    much The shelf over thesmusge.pan of of are purposely on it devotees are enough ers, ever ,
    are cheaper. Syrup gve
    sixty-five and I cven ty-fi n. (degrees a soro throat It will also heal cuts and avoided by; the Fig Figs, Company.It imp tho physical strength and endurance tion or its price ( ) will promptly
    should be full of holes or
    Prepared by moist atmosphere and a low Ixirometer. euro chilblains.-Hay Joyce, in Good acts gently on the kidneys, liver and of tho most robust. Irregular and refunded. It improves digestion, invigorates
    made of lath in order that the fumes late hours over-rich and indigestible food, the the Mood, dispels
    ... When these weather conditions return Housekeeping. bowels, cleansing the system etectualh., stem. enirhe
    Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. may rise. A large dry-goods box will but it M not a cure-all and pre late ths fatigue of the ball-room, aches ad produc refreshing sl ;
    I shall look for more and not till then An Anecdote of Kubinstcln. suppn .
    the if it is not desirable tensions that every bottle will not sub- the of tho illy-ventilatod, over- dispels melncoly ad nervousness
    Lowell, Mass. answer same purpose and none from the second sown piece La Starina, a Russian paper, tells btautiate. crowded theatre, are each, in themselves, builds up Lth flesh anu strength of :

    to be at the expense of a special- before the spring of IS'.iO.' now in Kubinstein's earlier days he sufficient to upset tho system and ruin the those below a healthy "t
    ly-made box but it should be quite Siberia. IT goes without saying that prompt mai health of the delicate and sensitive. Cvmbie Contains no alcohol to inebriate ; syrup
    From experience so far I conclude narrowly escaped being sent to
    tight in order to retain the smoke. my delivery regulations should be t they can hardly fail, if persisted in, or sugar to sour or ferment in the stom
    will not bear that the spawn or the germ of tho mush lie played before the Czar Nicholas in the letter.Baltimore American.I seriously impair the health of tho hardi and cause distress. It Is a '

    Many plants a very room Agtiiicut ca'ipmrii and _1. cduli, the house of Count Wielhorsky and on -- est. Ladies generally possess less powers of composition a it i marveloas in its remedial

    .tli O\JlSI.4N4 strong fumigating an example being once In rich soil resists for months highor returning homo lost his pass-port AJay with HAVE. excellent used Bull's satisfaction Sarsaparilla for in rheumatism my family -- endurance than their male rnsrt and s results. Terefor. don be put off
    the heliotropes and cinerarias; but if the succumb to in- with some easily, but
    L low temperature, drouth and satura- or two afterwards he was arrested asthma, weak kidneys and general de sooner the
    the1e be sprinkled before fumigating, it before General GalahoCT bility. I know of others who have used it fluences. They bocome pale, haggard and dhonety. recommended to b"just a
    tion; but the mycelium does not developinto and brought the dealer more
    and constantly experience a
    CREOLE will decrease the danger of their being for consumption with results.-L1io. deLitt. go" mr mae
    the perfect mushroom that pushes then chief of police who informed the good. tired feeling," .Favorite Prescription i incom-
    le Jt' a
    the After a trial II. HenlleItossri; ; sn o laitudetht
    % injured by smudge. above ground except under certain soil prisoner that he declined to believe s many express. ii The least exertion parable. Te mnlfatu'l' unprece

    C c1t. USIN" 1ER tT14, one will readily learn about what quantity and weather conditions of heat moisture any body's evidence of his identity, Tz.u, men trfl no tales,hut the ones who fatigues them, arou neuralgic and other dente guarantee refunded satisfaction f
    the sufferer.headache or ought
    Q will stand. money
    each plant write their obituaries often do.-Clrnira p\in : dt ever c t
    and temperature sustained for some days even that of tho Count. Rubinstein backache, sen every invalid of this fact. ,

    WORMS IN STOCK.A between 60 and 15 degrees Fahrenheit. persisted that ho was a mere musician, Star. -_ brg-ow"

    Iayswith characteristics are most and as ono of tho subordinate police officers If You Want n Family Vehicle,

    Subject Deserving of More Attention at apt to occur in May and October for knew something about music tho Buggy or Road Cart, one ten or a carload ''

    the Hand of Stockmen. these latitudes and sometimes in unusually two were sent to try matters over on a at cheaper prices W. than ever known, and
    writo at once to S. BHCCE Co.,
    I DR PIERCE PELLETS'PURELY
    There has been too little attention cool seasons in the summer dilapidated piano. The test proved satisfactory MX'fPnS, TENS., and get prices, large : HARMLESS. :. .

    paid to tho worms that infest our domestic months. and the General, remarkingthat catalogue fro Unequaled as a LITER
    PIL
    animals. They are known to exist Judging from what I have observed so "the prisoner was apparently a Smallest, Easiest to take. tIne tiny. ar-coated- FoUet

    but their habits and danger seem to far, I conclude there is no difficulty in musician gave him a permit for thr'je THIS is a queer transaction, remarkedthe Cure Sick Cheapf" leadnchf. Constpation. Indigestion Bilious Attcu :
    who stuck with counterfeit -
    man got derangements of the a vial by
    have escaped investigation and notice growing mushrooms on land as rich in ':2't.-. f quarter.-Lowell Mail Somah .lwel %CDt :

    iit HAIR RESTORER by writers on diseases of hogs espe and the the .
    j it nitrogen phosphates as Thinkers Wilt Head ThK -- pISO'S REEDY FOR C.T.UUi.-Bst Easiest to use. '

    cially. In my early investigations of black-soil prairie, but the intense feat Not one physician; in a thousand has ever DR.BCLL'S Worm Destroyer is wonderfully Cheapst la iete. cue I cert for I
    : Cleanses the Scalp Removes Dandruff Slops 1 it in s Cold has no .
    writer in tho prescribed i euaL i i e
    diseases of
    hogs says a ures of the climate so much restrict tho succeeded in relieving a person suffering efcacous. yra1- .
    the? Hair from falling out, and produces a luxurious Western Rural I becani3 satisfied that season of harvest and sometimes abolish from WeaK and wasting or consumptive desired never effect failed I 1 know a sm ot no other
    have the
    _
    1. growth of rich glossy hair.! "intestinal worms" had more to do with altogether that the crop must needs boa and kidney aftor, :ret tho they death continue of their to experiment ask, worm remedy so certain and speedy in its ,

    \1 BUY IT TRY IT. their .health than was generally be- precarious 011(. Lot mi-add in conclusion for their fee. The kidney is patient a delicate effect-/ J' Cfcwnif, J. D.,.J.alalru Co.TTTE _'.; ;t.

    lieved. ;In,1881 I published a pamphlet that I forgot or neglected in both organ and yet good healtbun a large meas- who off Is- for no Jt t an Ol ttt of whfi a small particle i applied t te ,.1. ;::
    man gloomy a
    c GOLD MEDAL J'ABIS 1878. entitled The Hog His Diseases and ure depends upon its proper action.. Let swes tri Sld drgists oren ty m.IL :
    cases when planting to fertilize and reinforce the kidneys become sore or inactive, and while, but it is nt long before he begins t Addres I.UTX Warren. I c. .
    "
    Parasites, which gave an account of each piece of with again.-Boston Courier. '.
    .l. W. BAKER & CO.'S spawn say. a uric acid is eliminated from the effete matter smie -- '
    my investigations on that subject teaspoonful of nitrate of potash. as a that passes too slowly out of the system. -- --- ___ .
    "WILL bo found excellent _1
    0 which was.intended as a warning to tho complement to the soil which B: ron From this cause arises many mysterious sick headache. Carter's an Little Liver'fmlhlor SELFAC11iGm'? ; -
    Broakfast
    Cocoa
    pains in the back side,shoulder,joints t'is. |
    public, advising the extermination of Thousands of letters from who .
    Hooghvorts a Belgian specialist in and liuibs. A feeling of ennui comes over people h\-e : : :. ',

    I It abfolutdv tmr and intestinal worms. Since that time, and mushroom culture, regards as essentialto the victim. The world seems dark and used them prove this fat Try them -S.--..) ..'-. S GTORN's _

    ,- --I it i,. foltM*. especially the past two years there has success. ploomy The nerves become shattered; suicide - -- -- -; o ,',
    is and condition is M err a youth who seeks for tho tree ofknowledge .8O BELl )
    ,
    B
    contemplated ono l'-
    K No Cliemicalsan been an increasing inquiry for a remedy c ) : ;
    gets only a branch.-Blngham- -APH..l An ewr
    I. The Registration ot I'nrp-Winnings. most pitiablo. Dr. Hull's Kars-aparilU con- OFS
    Il,11 II Il% 1 tued in lu preparation. It hi* that will destroy worms in hogs.I taius such herbal juices weak kidneys demand. ton Republican.A HE GENUINE 42 -
    F. liii IItfli1 mart Uo*UkrM timu On Urmfl* of have had the best results from givinga Allow me, says a contributor to the It has relieved and cured cases f -

    L'. ,I f I U L Coco or Sugar nixed and with ii therefore Starch.Arrowroot far more compound that contained enough Breeder's Gazette, to make a suggestion that doctors pave upas hopeless.many It checks PLIGHT COLD, if neglected, oren attacksthe @HARTSHOR :

    I.t, full I Cal cai i!w tarn au ttnt tonic alterativo and cathartic with the regarding the registration and gradingof decay and aids the kidneys in a performanceof lungs.and BRHVX'S immediate Blo ,1L bold TROCHES ..0o a ,.
    ,
    _IIII lIII.c\ Ills d.Ilcloui.nourlihlig, all kinds of pure-bred stock1- their natural function. gi'e sure rele. only a :-. '
    I I 11 ;IHligtbetlmc.| EiBTLT DlOWTID vermifuge to tone up the digestive organs -- "Xt. Price 2 cents. "c',1 'T:
    I and admirably adapted fbr inrakdJ evacuate the bowels and at the though only a tradesman till wit bin the A GExnxz bibliophile Is a rich man who : : I CURE FITS !

    .' I ai well a*forpenoMin_ health. game time to bo a safo worm destroyer. last eight years (being my term of residence cares a great deal moro for books than ho Tint position of Minister of Greece is ., C.i

    Sold by Grocers l'J'Where. in this country), I have always docs for what is in them.-Somervillo Jour looked upon as a fat office.-Yonkers States- Q When I say cure I do not mean rami'y to stop th.n ,
    -- S
    The same theory and practice are applicable I nal. man. u for a time and then have them return aitnin. I mean a -
    : W.BLKR&CO.Dorchester.Maa& to horses and observed differences to exist among animals ; ra-iioal euro. I B.TB ntvl* the d....of FlTS.Efl* '
    sheep.I : LKPijY f ALLI>( SICK .hf lady fwax.
    LIKE Oil Upon Troubled Waters is Hale's \ or luIC
    would also caution the readers of having by inheritance the same Blood Disease. rant my rm.y to cure the worst cases. Beans
    Iloney Uorehound and Tar upon other 1 l.i for not now rweiTtn aeur.
    no
    the Rural against feeding stone coal or claim to consideration. For myself I Blood diseases are terrible on account of Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in ono aId '"\. '\ -. enll f.l.on"for a r:1.. .and,Fre.lottlaoC,
    thoir loathsome and the fact that minut e inftllihl remedy. Give Eipre Ird Po't Offlpa.It. .
    nature my
    hold that tho should bo do-
    prize-ring -
    :i
    the ashes from it to their Stoifecoal .'.
    .i1a hogs. "- \y' u. It"OT. SI.C. IBS -.rl f..t.let TorIC.
    termining in the reputation of they wreck the constitution so completelylunless WHEN a man is appointed to a foreign TillS. -
    agent an '
    is too hard It .. "
    aaul indigestible. tho proper antidote is applied. H. 1?. mission ho
    leaves for the land of his
    contains the properties of coal oil whichis animal, and that all animals should be 15. (Botanic Blood Balm) is composed of the -mn Leader. bert W. L. DOUCLAS I usr: '

    To will compelled to pass as it wore, their class iruo antidote for blood poison. Its use never hamtn ----- --
    '. ear BlUontnets. 81ck Headftche.CoutlpsUoa harmful. Hogs eat it for the AND $2 SHOE l$2$3$4x $
    ? AUUrU. Liver take tb. safe fails to Rive satisfaction.Mrs. AXT one can tako Carter's Little Liver SHOE C.
    Complaint examinations from the lowest up beginning S3 FOR GENTLEMEN tArflY I C
    it contains if
    which not mixed ;AA1
    sad certain remedy. SMITH'S sulphur Laura Hart Beaufort S. C., writes: FilK they are so very small. Xo trouble to And For Bex.. by .
    with tho coal would not be objectionable with the county fair then the "A loathsome form of blood poison was killing swallow. >"o pain or griping after taking. Are OthCrAtvertI.d the Best In the Specialties World. I I of oar Strictly Pu .

    BILE BEANS if given In reasonable quantity.Coal Stato or provincial as th ca-o may be, me. My appetite was lost, my bones > ashes and ending with the United States National ached, and I parts of my flesh seemed as If it Oscz a fisherman always a liar.,.-The botltm.not SOLD t\ HERE. If your dra1er win I I p"uP &.A"IIY.

    UH the MALL SIZE('0 little beans to tha hottl are rough gritty hard or Dominion of Canada, as might be. would como off my bones. A friend brought Week's Sport duei't supply from you.factorT wn'l witboutextraiharn.postal for instructions how to bur !LOYD A MOONEY MEMPHIS.
    _ _
    '>. They are the most oooTentont: nit all aces.frtoeof with no medical virtue unlike the ashes me a bottle of B. B. B. The sores began w. I_ )ot"GLS. HrltOD, Mass. .o.&lrul- !

    I: either size, 26 cent per bottle. from wood or other legptable matter Thus there would bo the primary registration healing at once, and when 1 had taken two BEST easiest to use and cheapest l'iso's U-NdX PUED. ,mt Ur_ WAt.EE.MLlI. ',. GrsI -

    .V VIWWllwVs IRQINO'tT. 17. 70; Photo-gnmrf. which contain anti-acid properties and by Inheritance in the tir!t degree bottles I surprised" my friends at my rapidrel'OVel'Y 'Remedy for, CaUrrh. By druggists. 25c FITS Doctor, rosiliTelv. 1'le.art,and 'I.
    panel size of this plctut* lor i .
    cent*(coppers or stamp-). assist digestion. It is tho reverse of and so on to tho second, third and AV. -- ---- VASELINE FITS nently Routs.Cures,FT"FIT8IITS for Indw Ilium-, -
    : fourth the stud herd book A. Bryant, Moody, Texas writes: THE brass-band man is always PREPARATIONS. r .
    3 J. F. 8MITOACC.. healthful. producing costiveness and degree or to "I had readJ't i tr ted Book on FJTScndonemonthS'aTh
    Makers of"Bile Beana." St. Ixmti. Mo. an agonizing case of Salt Rheumfor go out on a little toot.-N. O. t pletreatment,. t* tk* W4Cr681: -
    1 record tho exaltatiou of the On of In FITS
    iii derangement of tho stomach and bow- successful four years, which medicine I took receipt pftce postage stamps ewi send 1 I UOI19 BKDICI1K 10..BOCIU3TU, l>4laaaV3AU >
    -- ---------
    els. Coal and ashen made from wood animal, charging therefor only a only seemed to aggravate until I found B. free by mail the following 1Iuable i I .THIS rAfS rra 7 Urn*rw m.A .
    B B. It cured hand which resemblesa THEY have stood the test of time-"Tan- One Box of Vaseline... 10 Cents. '
    w. foe my
    for I
    burned corn-cobs trifling say ono dollar making Pe Ify''swcntnnr
    other
    or any vegetable burnt surface. It also cured sill's I'nch. America's finest 5c. Cigar. WIfrHOlT
    two Box of _
    my One lee,10 Cts. I pen-ton :
    IfYouHavep matter are perfectly safo and healthfulto the entry and placing the same on tl.111ownt'r's children of itch,which had resisted previous One Box of Vaseline Cold Cream,15 ENSION DEL. Y. -

    tho hog. I also a.l viso feeding salt certificate of registration. Ueatinent. TV"nEX a man Is up in the arts of knavery One Cake of Vaseline Soap..._.10 Ct.. the hand. of oOSKPIf*sF put II.,you HlHSTCtt! claim la, f
    he isn't
    appetite. Flatnlenee to The better Is to I think wero such or a similar plan upright.-Binghamtom Leader. ATTOKJfET. WAHnrNOTOX.il.
    No Indlrw tloii. hogs. plan mix it A Nnw YORK mm writes of the ocean and One Bottle of Pomade Vaseline,15 SgA3tB Tgtl fttlA tmi Urn y'swttt& C
    Hick ll.adacbe, "mil run flowu Joe101' with ashes or air-.slackfd lime. One adopted tho inheritance claim would rails it a poem. It is one of those poems If Cent -

    rioab,you n Ill findTint's quart of salt to one peck of ashes for ha\oto work on its own proper level; which makes a fellow sick to come across. form yon be careful hare oealion accept to only use genuine"VaeJne" any put WAT STRONC &TTORNET "i'

    forty or fifty hogs two or throe times a and furthermore in all localities whore -Yonkers Statesman. up by us in original packages. A great many .30 Mala Street, MEMPHIS., AT TFJf.T.tf IAWh. .
    -- : Magic dro? ATTENTION TO (tiKcriM
    week or the same compound of salt and settlers and stock were sufficiently numerous Consumption Surely Cured.TOTHF.F.1JITonPleaseinfol'm Preparations put up bv Never yieldto X\TTSR9 PERTAINING TO HEAL ESTATE.WT3UU -
    I would tho of Mansfefs such per union. aa the article Is imitation TBU PArKa .
    Pills lime. urge passage a ;your read an rx>7 Om pa r>M. :tKO
    _ _
    wrthont value and will not do good nor
    law forbidding an unregistered stallionto ers that I have a positive remedy for the give you
    BEE-KEhPING. % above named disease. its e the result you expect. A two ounce bottle of Blue Containsthemost sooth J
    travel for custom. If people will usa thousands of By timely use fecal Vaseline is cold by all dme sts at ten cents. -KO-TULU ing and healing ingredients
    hopeless cases have been permanently .
    Somo Good Adi'ice to Those Just Ilr-glti- a scrub lot thorn have tho trouble of cured. I shall be glad to send two Ko Vawline!.(Ciralne oaleis ear sims lon ths label.CbesebroaghMfgCo,24StateStlN. .e.ee lie re>c. rfsil known"rat.e to materia-medtc i.r"i.rtle. ,

    the rom"1'700 need. They toneap ii ng. going to him. But to return to the degree bottles of mv remedy FREE to any of yourreaders Y. AL.nSALEXJ KIKP: IT. 6 per package.WXAa .
    ,
    the wuk tomarli and build up the This rrn. 1
    flmffiaf enersrles. Sufferer front One who b gan bee-keeping with too system of regist-ation, I heM that I who have consumption if they will ,
    sn.....or physical OTerwoolc will find end mo their express and post-office ad- Agents Wanted l ,. ,
    while
    little
    colonies in r.8q"
    relief from them. lcelysugarcut.dSOLD many gives the following wordsof creating soreness some dress. Jlespectfullv, T. A. SLOCCM iL C.. SID I A DAY Eagles Xett" trea' Sooth ,
    caution to those who are about to places it would put a ban on inferior 1S1 Pearl street, Sew York. ern 80IH'tbl 1 Addre. 1
    _ A. EYRICH. OKUA39.oiun .
    EVERYWHERE. stock that would work for in tho :.
    -_ jommence boe-kecping: good taa PAul_tm vflia 1

    lleginin a very small way. Hardlyless end. _ should Tnn man compare who a think bank's figures assets never with lie iU OzarkCiderASK LIFE JEFFERSON DAVIS, ni'st: 1
    is it
    important that you begin in 1'odder Irag. woks utter Nauoleonic raid-l't..ck.ES. bsubl1he4trued. ,
    Three
    the right way.till., if you make some .elone tn three weeks. eauuy .. .,
    Take two poles A A, fourteen feet LclandGeD.nIA"pJWa"\td.CI
    mistakes at first it is not hard oatflt. .'
    nearly so ;
    WOUW..B'tmQre.S !
    i but like
    long connect them with two cross- champagne elevating

    or expensive to get right when you start I j, sticks B B. to the width of wagon-bod the elevators in a building, it brings down FOR IT. ITLLSUORT9-n. nSTltTt.Cne ) f'
    ilowly. qurte as many men as it uplifts.-Boston ,
    In front and six ii.ches wider on tho Fall Pp Educatespracticallyanil,ecu res good
    The reason for starting slowly is just Transcript. ARNICA LINIMENT Cures all P' prdclelu.phortbandTypewrtinit.

    this: : Before you can make bee-keeping lower end. Next make two standards S Pains, Cuts Bruises and Scalds. BOILERs. Bookkeeping, te'lman"b'p.''nLe 'rc.to.uee
    THE PEOPLE'S THE should this of "IIAPTINQ. r-SAiu THIS
    REMEDY PRICEtSalvation C C, six feet high, stationed with two women stop reading Fufle-.. ,.
    : Steam
    - ...PaIa'I a success you must learn to properly bearers, I) 1), also with three bracerODUKIt -. B love letters in the divorce court Pretty FOR ANIMALS is recommendedfor ATLAS InspIrator.E.f'. Pap.
    ; OUc tho bees and tho will scared that I Mill PlantUoa. BUSUES.S CQLLEBE
    rl'1'1 Oall'u. manage ; you can learnas soon men get so they and ,
    t well from one colony as from will only put what they really feel in love Charbone Big Head, Founder Stiffness, ArUeelurilKON WOKK! \\\ MEPIIIS. TK3X,
    TRY LYONS TiSTEUSS STRUP OF QUlItI .25 eenu.CH1LOREX many letters and they will be cry dreary.-Law- CHICKASAWIRONWORKS. WIIT, send on bacttl.pe'4meS'E. .
    c .
    and with Sores Etc IT.
    much less time and expense.Do cf rence (Kau.) Tribune.IT ENGINES : 'sUUR lr WB.IT FR

    CRT fOR LIONS STRUP OF QUIIIRE, 25c.LTOI'S not thiuk that you can learn all that Ld I Iin''nt. m.tnlanclal.';
    [
    JOHN
    E.
    U necessary from books and periodical is said that i't takes three generations FSTABL.ISW E D-r 1 .RAXDL. C..MepITc. PATENTS :: FORTUNEI! -
    BfM>(,
    to make The fails when ..m ..
    a
    STRUP OF QU1H1HE! H u Sweet u Lemca $Jfltlo, on tho subject You should learn all gentleman. recipe or i.s-rarc-ru'ss .aF.
    the third generation is a girLBinghamtonLeader. Address w.T. .
    Don you can in this way but you wUl not JONES ..-lAI.UI iTZGER-LU., ,_ \.SHl'G C
    BITE TOUR
    BABY BITTER QUIMIME. know nil you have to learn before you S

    Tout taby will lore to lake LYON'S SYRUP rf N** begin keeping will bees for yourself.. Some- 111LHi. them"!T,"seems said a impossible Wall street to sufferer: pet away who from sawa ia V PAYST HE E FREICHT. PENSIONS lf DUE H disable ALL'SOLDIERS.1.).etc.: D

    thing turn up that you never shark while sojourning in Florida.Washington Ton V.avon 'cnlce, 4 w.IctOEXl: :K*. erlr releT""..W5,"c
    thought about and if EE.l fasten them and the Iron Lmon.St.J hearings Ss.. o".a\, .
    you start out with cross- Post. Brass eVX AXS.THIS PAP! .y ns.
    .,
    Tare iSoam and E ,
    colonies it I sticks also with quarter-inch bolts. F Pare a IiV'b VT1 m ox tor
    ASTHMA CURED many may cause you to make 8OO.raeoUonUus | of Popular
    some costly experiments and mistakes. pins through the ends to hook over THE funniest thing in the career of the itW .ETiry SISS Scgie. 'or 11 pricent 5 COPIES one sendioi; Nn1'el.FE tl a. ;
    eH_..&al._ 'II.1f falu.1"..... carousing cat is when he sits on tho back paper&d adilress PremIumJICA5tLy. AddrrsvJ.A. ,
    ..1..PlehCl't.-'.r..IW In 'be Wot.Ic&..in.urel comtortcbl Besides, the best bee-keepers differ the wagon axles. I u.o a one and one- fence placidly watching a woman trying to 'r'z'r:::: ;JONES OF BINGHAUTONN. ,\C.KID. 1barl.I t.LIT ltoc.Aa. '

    allolben fctL At traZ widely as to methods and fourth inch all around. I take within several miles of him witn Y. .
    4 OUVu4 e* t .o.g "rfroL .anel.1. you must de- auger come a ,BINtlA3TOS *
    of_U.lIrullll1.PH. H.or 8'IUr"'II.N by ".II. Bample,."P..lKIa t'KEE y ide many things by your own experi I the two hind wheels of a wagon make job lot ot bric-a-br-Philadelphia In 6l"SS"JS STWtT.WASHWCTON D.C, :4 lUll papaa. I e_ TREES Root Grufts-E-erythlnsr, N<' larger

    ence. a tongue in it, and m this way I can quirer. OPINIONS RtNOtRED AS TO THCNOVCLTV orWVtNTONS The s'Oc'cjnU.S.PlKECO.SCRS.BRlESI.cuisiaiiaMo' Nr>better. io.bt'aper.,

    .iP II&.AAVa&6k&.kPRANK II _,_ The cheapest and haul as much fodder as two meh S AND VAUDlTY Of PATENTS.RCJKTfD Elkhart Carriage :7l1AX111US PARa_e.__
    most can ona
    satisfactory Love: is blind and when the old bachelor APPLKATIONS PROStCUIEO AIL BUSINESS REUTIH6'SEND
    to start I think. haJ".framl'-lIenry B. Lambert ia boarder i.i tho the is Pdt- Harness Mfg. Co.ForlSYwrn .
    way is
    SCHUMANN to get one or rooai over parlor kept ; to $8 a day. Samples worth $:.15
    two three-frame Firm and Home. awake till midnight by the intermittent $5
    nuclei with FREE.
    Lines Writ
    Guns Tacilf untested i ha' .1. not-n.1er horse"feet.
    Fishing These grumble of a deep bass voice in the room STAMP POR PAMPHLET IO.Iu.r. & BKKWsTU timi BUS HOUKK CO.,".,.--".

    _. -. queens. can bo had at a reasonable GENERAL HINTS. below he can not help wishing that it was .. Pii., ,&....ti....a.. S0 W5AJCI Ia rATM.,,, -,--
    price. Order necessary hives and deaf and dumb as well.-SomerviUe JournaL ALWAYS CET A BOTTLE OF .I'.r b.yia.., .., -
    jr- Sportsman'sHTSCXD a.iI3U" .ro. frI.kt1i'ee' AGENTS JXPLOJUTIO'fli It)
    "t fixtures from a supply man; or. if you EVERY animal must peak for itself, .for jean.I t..t...u.r tpmcCmuloguIKIs.Iddren W.rral.d. WANTED 'T'ADLEY'S Africa. '.. Book.S ;,
    FOB CATALoori No7 D. Supplies are neat and accurate you can make and : :! .SO. Best CCK,8L LosJa
    j i only its pedigree for WHITEPINEfor F. B. PRATT. 8c'y.
    ita
    oan speak IT
    41t Mala "M._.kl.Teaa. TelephooKo. most of them generally turns out that, sooner or .
    _-iLILI tall".ruElf" -_,. yourself. But it is I offspring. later, every -Napoleon of Finance" bumpsup Elkhart. TBD-PAPEBmrr- indiana.wxi .,.. 'V'. p..t a stood i.rinvwitian .
    TELEGRAPHY
    necessary that I ,. I to .".rj (trmJoMe.of
    every thing should be I to his sorrow of
    against
    a
    THE Wellington for .
    coming farmer will trust less to Hprajas. Braises, Swell Telegraphy. JU iIUo.>*!
    Cream Balm AT accurate, as you will soon find out. 1' ha and Justice.-Philadelphia Press. I. and KheuwUe Pmlns. = W. H. RILEY _'lAXIIBIS'Ana.-7""'
    to
    eye more foot-rules and I
    bees
    When the : I AT DaCGGISTS. fS -
    are received lift CiT

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