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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1891
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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tone. We passed in, and, crossing a small -

CLEOPATRA courtyard,entered a chamber where't for' he was a giant, being color .. -
\ ee :strong, was seemed. to change as tbe color the jackal and the .
soul within
ana thee -
ins a light And hen last I my, D ole t beyond smJtfagthe of the sea changes'when the is to al ENGLAND'S SHIPPING CRISIS.
.', fou peoIa water- the tortures of the Gods I Unburied shalt "Methougbt, mv uncle. I said, "that
uncle fkpa most "glad to see > ,without cause, as. Indeed is the shaken. First
of
there
,
wont was anger written in thou die, and bodiless and accursed shalt thou wast sonifiivnat harsh with her."
The
\ When I bad waaued and\ atenhe4ehL'j )QwDereonsetInauthority. For nigh to them.}next an%Ue noting then when she Association Accused ot Trying to
eiD1 an Account of the Fall and ; thou wander in Amentil-ay! forever and "Ay, he answered, "but not without '
that a things \>ew \ell-a'-d taiu' 1e etood woman,an Egyptian>yber face,. looked upon the huge bulk ofthe man whom ever P' cause. Look thou, Smash the Union.
Harmarhis beware of
Vengeance of Harmachis the the was no thotfjf!{ ,evil bear.aza clald: in her whom LONDON Feb. 28. The
at : arms, the man, I'.had:"overcorao, and knew him for the He paused, for his sudden burst of this Cbanu.'n. B.le is too wayward and,I Pall Mall Gazette
Further, he said, it having to the ear*" see&JtJMiav she was struck on'the passion .
Royal Egyptian gladiator', something, perchance that was fear led to-day hopes for
me. be
had
of lhe wea l spent itself. But by it, more clear- may awny. In truth, she is some compromise
Queen that "the, Priest of On beMita.bi3 rod
so j
Uprone/and: not fat from wonder. At the least
.. il they ly than before I saw how deep a heart bad very woman; and, like a restive horse, arrangement In. the shipping crisis
sojourn1ngat AXusdria but
she Jseoplel&urinured. But
;, softened
her face
,.though,indeed changed this will tn&e the that
path
.y.I man beneath
AS BET FORTE BY HIS OWN HAH1V ent. tor him and o1oselT'est1oned. raelaed of irsd through not a witt' But*he who would read Cleopatra's the cloak of his merriness she hai pirates her. Brain considers such a conclusion doubtful.
: mnem and simplicity of mien and how ,au.fire; and she love
our cause
,
him fiercely the ;;
-not for light and
Jt d't any plot, of 'bat'sbe my mind had ueed to watchher The Fall Mall Gazette
my'land but
: drowe ren. eyes, mind within him was set upon his aim. As I pray that the cauKe come pot face to accuses the shipping
never th the I
to rumor which of
iht a from for; her. countenance varied but a little. for fam wit h hor deiir association of
the for
bad V girl she shrank from him terrified, n, what her heart is deception, kad of
By H. RIDER that there was treasure Cyprus, and as the black brute a
HAGGARD bel laughed Turning she sala words her
to
some guards. and, her Ret on that.wiU she do-at
placing hands before will she covert
cost
hid in at herface, begin any determination
the the smash
Great of the
F}ram id that is by O sight the stricken woman and TbeyvCame forward and led me to her, do 1.. TJIP'eor'tHd union,
to I

Author.*She of/'King.'Allan Solomon'Quatermmin Mln* _/* For want, being of money ever, wateful she was her of. babe aloft rolling and on to ground So I, swung test while all the. multitude waited silently toseemeslain. "Jfay weep., speak not so, my father. she said, whi( >I may; fur who ran frighten know her but now.that and say that the men may be temporarily -

Etc., Etc.. Eta.CHAPTKK opening the u. Bat to that 'smote touch rod shrewdly between her sobs; "for what have I done qtifl wilt pall" beyond my pow.rt I tell thee so repressed as to need public sup-

fr'' ,( at her, telling Py.ad laughed. Tiant's shoulders and the split upon the I stood before her, my arms folded on my Naught know I of the evil wandering of thy that ht this one girl's hand lie all our lives; port. but that in the end they are bound
Pyramid was the blood
spue breast.; Overcome though I, was by the dreams. I and if she play us false what then!
Vnt.OF burying ann no soothsayer that I should Alas I Iand towin. -
of the .Divine his
p p'ace Chufu, and for staining trailing leaves ivy. wonder of her loveliness I hated
ik l'ARJt1l'Ef.t. in read dreams. alas! that
my Have I not carried i we must use such tool
AM&NEV0AT out ill as
mJq"Q or HAHMACUIS TO TO AUCXAM HARJIACOT3'KIA;: tat was ndu jg-knew IK-At t secreted Then 'those, with a shriek of pain and fury-for heart, this woman who dared to clot o her. things according to thy desire} Have I not thene! But it was needful; tbere was no The docker's union withdrew the man-
&r.J\\j'f
P.%} 'Il?ATio* or af re.that surely who smite love not that they self In the dress of Isia-this who other ifesto which it .
been and
1 issued
6FPATHB : misdoubt
...,. VA SIl'ti ,OF a she Egypt 4be wouM? > t mitten he usurper even mindful of that dread oat hi"- way yet me. I pray in December,plac
tear it turn
A. A 5-IBED 4* ISIS': *ND THB b and spring sat upon my throne, this wanton squandering -' and she thatitmuybe well and
TOB.I.ACIATOB .fiowu, stone by nd I And trembled.' "Have I not played the. ; still at timed. I ing boycott on the shipping federation
the all the
1::: sLne round ,
-a. !T discover m //people the wealth of fpar
B4R1Il4C8I8.r.I chariots and niece
hecret at its heart. Egyptin spy and told thee all Have I not won the my Charmion-she is too fair.
Agiin he at the instance
;: laube and gave back save only woma who perfumes. When she had looked over heart of the and tlts blood of of the federation being
IM
: the long days of. w the word of the proverb could tG Queen so that she'loves mea a. youth runs too warm in

; Cf:; : t1 0 n had I have here at whih that n were. On leavIng a In and a ring, as tram the head,to the,feet shw> spake In a sister, refusing me nothing, ay, and tbt- tiio"! blue veins of hers., Oh 1 woe-to.the 84 hem in the compromise which ther&accepted.
he
[r I> .. -7'-mow and the time I "Mountains live Alexd Kings."Thereon came,being now cme mad, I rush with, as low full voice and inle'o- emI, hearts of those about her Why dost tbou .au''tt&at builds its strength up m* wornui't .' : The federation nowde-
'
my
th 'B0 which she alone had learned J. .Lng.. affright thus faith;.for women; I
me with sat faithful
are
thy words nxds
she smiled clenched fist and
at his between an
the '
.' : -. $ at.. I was i ready answer and letnirn eyes, having idm: ," unconditional resumption of
-
threats? IIt ,
;.. ; : ; and I go. Also my uncle Bepa told me thaton naught else wherewith to smite, and be And she wept afresh, lookingeven .- ,.I 4P.Ii: before
was "And who and what art tbou. discussing further the
.-. .. the I like beneath Egyptianfor more beautiful in her sorrow than she !,; point
t morrow should this an ox the first .
see blow
tt crowned stgger
'. ; no that, Clepatra Egyptian I see thou art-who darest to was before. I 'tlrt Which the dockers raised in the

_"' ,'' .'. ,. 1 although the common For it was her birthday (aindee it was prest's axe. Thereat the people I: smite my slave when I make progress "Enough, enough he It IIJt.I J :-., ; !, i the interestof
r." 7. .. answered "whaSl coal
". : folk also mine), and, dressed Isis, shout they love to see a fiffht, and the ; _< II'' porters. The deckers have
:., ; knew f through lIt have '
me my city said I have said. Be i
.-, she would in man was known to them warned, and affront I become
? not, knew pass Mate from her palace on as a gladiator victorious "I am Harmachis I answered -.- '" angry at this action of the fed-
or ,
me boldly our sight no more with this .zifJ\1j
the in the wanton -
: : ; ffi only I us Priest of Lhl to shrine the Berapeura t offer a sac strength, the knave games. Gathering up hi "Harmachis astrologer,adopted son of dress. Thinkest thou that we would feed 'r ru -- eration and allege it to be a breach of
of the false God who came on with an
: ..}$ Isis, there In ri the lll Priest and Governor of Abouthis our those faith on the
were eyes of
upon rounded the
and part
therein. his arms-\vt ship
And whirling ,
he said that heavy owners.
: on high,struck '
t'j.. \/ thereater stf : who am come hither to seek 1 ""
j fortune. whose stake
/ Egypt thousands who the fashion I gain entranceto at me in such a fashion bad I not I my is Egypt and who are dedicatedto The Cardiff Seamen's Union has
i; :\; ". J ti :?j' at heart bowed down to. the household whereby of the should nimbleness avoided the that I had by I smoto thy slave, 0 Queen, because for nofault the Gods of Egypt? Girl, behold thy J-/J8 issueda
I : Queen manifesto
*" surely ,
!: he struck proposing conditions
b the
down cousin and for
: '. ;V7 me as Pharaoh. The hour been But as it the staff woman yonder. thy King!1" a
j' hit
sla.
V:4r4r: was at hand, and my soul went. cntrive, very I went to rest upon ground, and cbanc that it flew Ask of those who saw, Royal Egypt. She ceased weeping, wiping her eyes compromise between th& strikers and
; heavily .
I I"j" ;;%.". forth to meet it. For I longed but bng sleep little wer. strangeness of in fraent. Thereon again tbe multitude "Harmach!I" she said; "tbe name hath with tier chiton, and I saw that they seemed r I! .l I"'. 0'. Ay their employers.The .
a high sound and thou hast but the softer for her I h.J..I Q /
"
a look. tears.
to overthrow the foreigner! to set the place, the noises in the street*, and thethought shoutd, ad the great man, blind high I i' / ; ;; TJ '4". '! Employers' Labor Association of
wit And then speaking to a so'dier who had "Hethinks, most Royal r ;f\-.I A
HarmicMs '
and .
free '
Eg3pt .
,to mount the throne that of the "
was While it '
morrow.
was yet / all she bade him beloved cousin tf.-f '1':: \: ",,..Z1'II'. Liverpool, representing '
and dark seen tell her what had she said, as she bent r shipping of 750,-
her.uce cleanse I "
my the temples of rose, climbed the stair to the roof of }!.. 'I'tci.:4[ ; ." ". ''J'-. J
my Guds. I: was fain for tbe struggle, and I the house and Presently euu's tt t ., come to pass. This he did truthfiUy, being .before me, "that we are already made acquainted. I. : .:: 1 : 1';- {: "I ',
I never doubted of its end. I looked into ray shot out waLd arrows, and lit upon the I'W". .', :t "r O friendly disposed toward me, bewXao I had ."> I '/ :I b"r- 'f I j \ .. :3'i'' : owners and lines, has joined the shipping

the mirror, cud saw triumph written ontuylrows. I white wonder the marble Pharos, whereof I I i it [ <" rr' J overcome the Nubian., Thereon sao turned "Yea cousin." 1 answered, not without \ H' :\ \ f j .'I)yl ,.. federation. This raises the
!J and spoke with the girl bearing tim shamefacedness, for \ aggregate
The future frtrettted a path of the light instantly sank and as : ,' 'lt"" \, .. ;/, fan who never before had 1 II \ \ t ; J-q of
tonnage the
die ; 'I" beside
elory from my feet-ay.: glittering with though the sun had killed { 1 I" '" ..' \ :\ I I vt, stood her-a woman having curling spoken to so fair a maid; "thou wcrt in the I.fjJ federation to 7,000f00 .

glory like Rihor in the aim. I communed the rays ido upon the niarbiepalaces it of the 'f .I.. "' G4" .' J', hair and shy, dark eyes, very beautiful to chariot with Cleopatra this day when I I i t. .. "Y_ .. c._ leaving only 2,000,000 tonnage In the
with J1Iy ; see. Tbe girl answered soinew t-nA, Then struggled with the Nubian." _. ,
my Mother Isis: 1 sat within! my Lochias where lay, and lit them / 7iI ",; : 7 United Kingdom not embraced in the ,
Cltopta : : Cleopatra bade them bring the slave to her. "Assuredly," she said, with smile s-- y---- '
chamber a and
and
took counsel with heart ; B J '
I planned new temples: I revolved my great;; up ti, cool they bd ll the jev.elscl 0:tbe ; .' .j:"'.ilJ_ ..\-'J\ 1ri ;/": So they led forward the gian;..vho bad sudden lighting of the eyes, "it was a gal- '"ATE, WB WILL WORK IJM TOR wo an AT THJ. federation. Of this 3,000,000 tonnage .

laws that I would put forth for my people's light flew, kissing the Soma'a 8ea sacred Away dome the .'t,'' '/ ,".\ ''I,, found his breath again, and..with him the tanS fight, and gallantly didst thou over BKABT OF THE ;'." one-half is exclusively engaged in trade .

weal and in 4/. ...' / woman whom he had smitten down. throw that black brute. I saw tho fray with foreign
;
the and
my ears shouts of wherein
rang exultation Alexander ports negotiations
that i-hould sleeps, touching the .,f ; 'Tbou dog!" she said, in ti.a samo low and, though I knew thee not, greatly did 1 nnlv where they love and when they love con-
victorious tinue
greet Pharaoh high of thousand to
top a :
palaces and temples 1.V""l; } fear for one so brave. But I their fll.lthlpR"n" becomes their faith. capture the other half for the
on his throne. the voice; "thou coward J who, being strong, paid him for
; Ilt porticoes the great museum ray fright, for it was I who Th But Hill a little while I tarried et loomed 1 didst smite down this woman aad, being a put it into Ibv of
near at hand -f..
Ahouthis. and striking coward,wast overthrown of mind of Cleopatra to bid the guards strikeOff more high! ard Rink more low-they are the federation in
thhting
having been : man. demanding
commanded so the lofty shrine where i i"j't an unconditional -
:
,carven of and
\o do. let my hair that had been shorn, grow.again the Image of the false God Ivory and, i i : 1. r See, thou, I will teach thee,inanners. his hand-now, knowing who thou art I strong HarmaehUbeware chanceful ai the sea. I say to resumption of work before the
3erapl ; would I had said his head." of Urn Charmion
song and black aa tbe ravef'sTirl lose fi ) Henceforth, when thou smitest women, it. And she lookedup
intiructhig myself meanwhile in all manly lit! teeming Necropolis., isel1u th. vast and / cL4 shall be with thy left arm. Ho, guards, shooting a glance at me, and then for like theiw.esn, she may float thee borne; discussion of the further point raised by
gloomy ju the dawn r lilro the
J smiled. r. 't'An. she may wreck thee and the dockers in
the interest
exercises tad feats of arms Also, for a gathered into : seize this black coward and a'jftte off hisright. of the coal
day the
with thee all
grc.it fiood i the hope of
:
in Egypt
4LbI "Enough !
thbt shell hand. put my uncle Sepa "the
purpose be seen, I perfected my. of brightness overbriturlng tho .- porterP.
bowl '
self in that magic art of tbe Egyptians and L of night flowed Into the lower And her command given, she sank back time draws on. Tell thou thy mission, ,- The Times'
lands %I.l. correspondent at Cardiff
tbe reading of the stars, in which things and streets, and showed Alexandria \ in her golden,chariot, and again the cloud Pharminn., and Vw frftntt" TO BE CONTni11XD. declares
red .
in > Thereon her that the strike has
Indeed, lalrt'ady bad gathered in her But manner changed. She folded virtually collapsed
great skill the sunrise eyes. u'e guards
Now. this waa the plan that bad been as a a manue.tbe mantle me of Jiteslan a kin-ST.wind and M"f!,"" ,_ seized the giant, and, notwithstanding his her hands meekly before her and spake: PORT TAMPA'S DEEP WATER. ; that the shipping federation is

uuuvup. jay uncle DCJJB uau, lOT uwuuu, slap from the north and swept the < criiis and prayers for mercy,'strack off his "Let Pharaoh hearken unto hIs hand4. Letter ot Praise From the supplying all the crews necessary and
>f t the away hand with sword maiden. I am the daughter of Pharaoh's Captain ota
Temple of On, giving out that his from the harbors a upon the wood of the that the
vapor so that I saw their I rOB THBriBST, TIME SAW uncle, the brother of his Steamer. tramway trouble is the only ser
CLEOPATRA.
health had failed him. Thence he bad blue waters TN scaffolding, and he was carried way groan father who is now .

moved down to a house in Alexandria, to saw, too, that'rocking mighty a mole thous..ul of tho thipa. I fury, rshe at me t smite me down. But ing. Then the procession moved on again.: long dead, and therefore in my' veins also TAMPA, FJ.A., Feb., 21.-The following ious matter remaining to be settled. ,; "

gather he Heptastadlum with As it went tbo fair wh the flows the Royal blood of Egypt. ,Also I .
strength as said, from the ; I saw the hunditof cry sprang straight at hi throt woman fan am letter explains itself:
breath of the f>eu, and also' to learn for himth e couutle houses the ,innumerable streets, for he w so 1 heavy a man I \ I turned her head, caught my eye,and smiled of the ancient taith, and hate these Greeks, STEAMSHIP ttAWA I'S C4BLE.

self the wonders of the great iluceuin and wealth and splendor( of wlexandria set could not hope to throw him by strengthay and nodded as though she rejoiced, whereat and to see thee set upon the throne has been FORT TAMPA, 'LA.SALERNO.Feb.a,1891.L f :I-

the glory of lea and gripped it. 1 wondered somewhat. my dearest hope now for many years. Tu Gould and '
.
Cleopatra's Court. There it queen betwixt ADd the Tere.l clung, though Mr.Oaflwriyht.4.A. & P. A.. Staling! Mackay Trying to Get a Finger :
was jilanned' that I should join him, for and dominating .a.'ut. was filled his fists battered me bludgeons driving The people cheered also and ade jests, this end have I,Charmion, become serving- liwiiluile Company, Tampa,. IntheFie.WASHINGTON .

tlitre ut Alexandria the egg of the plot. onder. This, tbenf.rasjHe' In with my thumbs into his throat Round and saying; that I should soon practl astrology woman to Cleopatra, that I might cut a MY DKAK Sm-The steamship Salerno, Feb. 27.-The proposed '
\
city
wan batching Accordingly, when at last Li-ritage of lauds andL'i my round we turned,till at length he flung him- in the palace. But as soon as $e might I notch wherein thou couldst set thy foot being under charter to cable to Hawaii under
the summons all \felit was seLftt the earth and uncle and when the hour came to climb: the throne. your company to a Government
came things being pre- Worth the spin Ivnd trusting thus to shake me my escaped, mai e our way
lLred I made me ready for the journey ifly full, nnd fed loked offBut I: held on fast' 0s we rolled over back to the house. All the wh be rated And behold! 0 Pharaoh, the notch is cut. transport a cargo to UverpooLg.j .subsidy of $3,000,000, distributed over

( 'tf II my BPartJii- it were, \vt and/ver en the ground, till at last hA me for my rashness but wb "This, then, la our plot, Royal cousin nved at the Q' w ill j ,
tt\tik r 'W b ... Uigbt SPCnd u-ew .... ; + we came : sea buoy, wner : y years, to be followed by a cable
_Thou _
o D i- # > iuu
( tffjLiv. '* r
< t-tQ"tbe.JiaJ.la
the oman, a* once before he sat when he roru n frm tb peimost, drave my knee down upon ly his braced me and rejoiced greasy i..4.no, because hold and learn its ways and secrets, and." 11. ofllc-er to be ligh4.Or rOO p t'ontinent i of Asia was projected ': .

rebuked me because I went out to slay the | 'le chamber beneath was' chest and, as I believe, should thus have with so little hurt to mysel1 r had over so far as may be, suborn the eunuchs and secured a chart with whfbh I came by Pacific men of local reputation as

lion, his long white beard'restingon'the Seiuj .. told him thtff 1 been my watch uncle slain him in my rage, had not my uncle and thrown the,giant. t captains, some of whom I have already right up to Port Tampa without any pilot promoters of financial schemes. They
table of
stone and sacred writings in his the sun rise t ha. ,wity of Alexandra other there gathered fallen upon. me and tempted. This done,'and all things being l or guide whatsoever. I am glad to had bills
hand. When ovr introduced
into
I came in be rose from bin -! dragged me from him CHAPTER IX prepared without thou must slay Cleopatra both houses incorporating -

cat and would have knelt crying: "Hall he said,lookin g at me from beneath 1' And meanwbie though I knew it not, or THE course or CHAHKIOK. Am or THE and, aided by me, with those whota i say that you loaded any ship in the ex them into a company for the

Pharaoh"It is 1" but I caught him by the band. I bit shaggy eyebrows; "and what thinkest the charlt sat the Queen, with : WRATH Or SEPA. ', control, in the confusion that shall ensue cellen time of five days with 1,400 tons I purpose of laying a cable in the Pacific

not meet, my father" I said. thou of Alexandria]'" elepbants going before and lions led afterit throw wide the gates, and, admitting thoseof of phosphate.I the -
f1JEIATsam'esightwhilowe ocean
\'\ subsidy being of
course
"It Is meet lie anllwered.uIt is meet "1 it ,had come even to the spot, and becauseof our party who are in waiting, such left provided
think like put, docks
some city of the Gods sat your drawing eighteen
L :
$ inthebousetherecame for.
that I should bow aj supper
me before my King But I the tumult had been haltd. I looked up, '- .ri of the troops as remain faithful to the

b8 it an thou wilt. And so thou goeat, ans\vcr. and thus torn, panting, my ;" 1 B sword and seize tne ruClllum. Which being .f feet, and proceeded to sea,nnd found the GOULD BOBS tP.
: -
UAyl"
"a # ,
fiercely, of garment :
the
Harmachis! My biesslug go with thee.Oiny infernal rple of city bub stained with the blood that h z- \i t';, aknockupon J the done, thou shalt within two days hold lowest water to be twenty feet, and that They would probably have gotten their

son, and may those whom I serve Gos corruption, a from the month and nostrils of .; door. It vas opened, this fickle Alexandria.
grant bUn iniquity a home of false faith mighty ;"i At the same time, was in the cut which the government is I nills through if it had not been for the -
it to me that my old eyes indeed,be- for the first time 11': and a W0ttan Passed those who
may springing from false hearts Nubinl saw Cleopatra 't. : 'l) are sworn to thee in
I every
bold thee on the throne I Long have I one stone of it were left 1 would that Her chariot was 'all of gold, ..1t Y' -44c\: in, wrawed from city in Egypt shall rise In arms, and rapidly deepening. Capt. Fields, superintendent subsidy feature. This attracted the attention -

searched, striving 0 Harmachis, to read not and that its wealth lay deep upon beneath another and drawn by milk-white steeds. Therein Y : h J head to foSt in a large within ten days from the death of Cleopatra dredging company, took me, of Jay Gould John W. iiackay

the future that shall be, but naught can I yonder waters I I would t hat the gulls I she sat with two fair girls, clad in Greek : \ 1 f-:1 j: dark peplos or cloak thou shalt be Pharaoh indeed. This is the through this cut and proved to me that; and other prominent financiers, whose

learn by all my wisdom. It is hid from me, were attire, standing one on either side U in such counsel which has been
sc screaming across its and that the fanning b1 fl fashion that i taken and thou the depth of water that he claimed was I agents here in Congress and outside have
and at times my heart fails me. But hear wind, untainted by a sit i her with glittering fans. There she sat in --w: i ;: .2 her acecrald, not be I seest, Royal cousin, that, though your uncle,,.

this: There is danger In thy path, and it. through: its ruins from ocean brth swept the splendid car. On her head was the covering 1",(6.'' clearly seen.'. yonder doth think so ill of me, I. have undoubtedly there. killed the incorporating bills and have

,I. comes In the form of woman. Long have I O Royal Harmac-his. let not the luxury and 1 of Isis, the golden horns between -' :J-\z-_ My uncle rose, and learned my part ay, and played it." Port Tampa is the cheapest port thatI i gotten into the diplomatic appropriationbill

known It, and therefore Last thou been which rested the moon's round disk and the "I hear thee,cousin,"I answered know of in clause
marveling the
called the bauty of Alexandria poison thy sense; for I --- : l as he did so(the woman world; there being no a reading as follows : "To enable -
to worship of the heavenly Isis, : emblem of Osiris' throne, with the uracus \ that .so young a woman, for she had
air
n deadly Faith I. uttered pilotage harbor master's the
the
who bid her votaries put tbe perishes and Religion twined around. Beneath i-Z.- '.Ajvord. but fees,, no dock President to make engagementwith
away thought the covering was twenty years, could weave so bold a
of woman till such time as she shall think W'ben can the not hour spread her for heavenly wings. the vulture cap of gold, the blue enameled ,2f"l- "I am come, -._ father," plot, for In its origin the scheme was hers age, nor any charges whatever against a I any such citizens or corporations ot

well to slacken the rule 0 my son,' I Harmachis) cast down comes this accursed tbee to rule, wings,and the vulture head with gemmy of she truth said iu it a sweet, clear voice, "thouzh Butin those days I little knew Charmion. ship. With the fine railroad and large the United 8tates aa shall appear to possess
city a was not
would that tbou wert not so strong and fairutronger I eyes, under which her long, dark tresses easy toescapp the rev- "Goon how then shall I
and fairer,indeed, than any man an idasthyfathersdid, set up tby throne in flowed toward her feet. About her rounded els at the palace. But I told the
the white wall of Mem For I toll thee the sun and the riot in the five feet of for
streets the
In Egypt, as a King should be-for In that neck was a broad collar of gold studded had made cousin ship, brings the handling telegraphic communication betweenthe
that for "Nay, as things are It is
Egypt Alexandria is but me sick and she let easy.
trengtb and beauty may lie a cause of a splendidgate with emeralds' and coral. Round her me go. Thus of phosphate down to a low United States and the
arms kingdom
of ruin, and while it endures all nations "It is well." he answered. 'Divail : Cleopatra loveth to look upon a man, very .. o
fumbling Beware, then. of those witches I of the earth shall march through it to and wrists were bracelets of gold studded self: here thou art safe. thy and-give me pardon-thy face and form figure, and with the efficient manner. Hawaii, which engagement shall contain
of Alexandria, lest, like
a worm some one with emeralds and coral and in
of them creep Into thy heart and oat Its I the plunder of the land, and all false faiths she held the holy symbol of life (crux one hand With a little sigh of weariness she un are fair. To-day she noted them, and that these docks are being managed,with provisions sufficient, in the judgment
ansa twice
she
said she
would
ecret out"'Havenofearmy sha neUe' In it"and breed the overthrow ta) fashioned of crystal. and in'the other clasped the peplos and let it slip from her, where tbat she had asked its perfect system of water works on the the President to secure the Government

father," I answered. Egt's Gs. the golden rod of royalty. Her breast giving to my sight the. face and form of that astrologer might be found, forshe pier, plenty' to the and citizens of the United
I mde answer, for there.was truth f n was beauteous girl who had stood to fan Cleopatra held that an astrologer who could well- room do largest of r States early .
frowning; 'my thought Is let on other bare, but under was a that
thing than red lips and smiling eyes." hi words. And yet t me the city seemed like the scaly, covering garment of a snake glistened In the chariot. For she watery fair nigh slay a Nubian gladiator with his bare shipping business, and being twenty- and adequate communication by telegraph .
hands must indeed be
"'Ills good" he answered; "6 mt y it befall. very fair to look 0Afer we ha eaton,' everywhere sewn with gems. Beneath this and pleasant look upon and Eer Grecian ..I answered her that I would a master tho stars. nine feet of water at the head of the with said kingdom upon reasonable
m uncle told cause
And sow farewell When next we I j t I y now to. s tout robe was a skirt of golden cloth, half bid bya robes clung sweetly about her supple limbs to be made. So hearken, Royal Harmachis.inquiry docks;the cool and healthy location in terms for a period of cot less than
march of and .
It be t vewbe Cleopatra, as she budding form. Her wayward hair
In
that ,
meet. hour
may happy scarf of the broidered
silk of
w Cos falling At midday Cleopatra sleeps in her Inner surea a wondurful future for this fourteen A sum not exceeding
to the shine of Serapis. flowing in a hundred little curls, port, years.
bound
with all tbe Priet of the was
Upper I I in folds
even to the sandals that fastened and
ben'l[ For although would not till with hall that looks'over the gardens to the bar- my English' brother shipmasters will 1 $250,000 for
move down froir Abouthis to do the pass with with adorned a golden fillet and on her feet were each year, and during which -
to Pharaoh on his throne." my i in two hours of the midday, yet these poo- feet.great pearls, her white and sandals. Her cheeks blushed like a flower, bor.. At that hour, then, will I meet thee be as much pleased to come to your such communication shall be in
tiny

pie' of Alexandria at the gates of the Palace whither grand port in the winter operation
have so great a love of and her dark soft were come summer as to
eyes
So I embraced him, and went. Alas I I L All this I discerned at a glance as it downcast as and
thou load. during which such
for Yours
boldly asking the .
little bow abow* ana Idling that had we not presently were. Then I looked the face-that though with modesty, but smiles and dimples Lady Charmion. very truly, A. CART, engagements
should
meet
thought we again. set forth by no means could we have cometh face which seducca Cajsar upon ruined trembled about her lips. I will make appointment for thee with Master of Steamship Salerno shall be in course of execution, not exceeding -
Thus it came about that once mere I I h tbe of Eg.ptand Cleopatra, so. that she shall see thee alone I
press the multitudes who was doomed to give Augustus My uncle frowned. when his eyes fell twenty years, and the total sum
down the Nile the upon
,
patted traveling a man when she wakes, and the rest shall
a wer gathering alongthe highway. her dress. THOUSANDS DIED. '
of no estate. And to such as were curious I w arew Qjeenmust scepter of the world. .I looked upon the be for thee, Harmachis. For much she paid under this authority shall not exceed
ride So
about me it wa given out that I was the out to take our stand we, went flawless Grecian features,the rounded chin. "my rcomest thou in this garb Char- loves to play with the mysteries of magic Horrible Story of the Paw of European 3000000." This clause has thrown -
place upon a fashioned mionl"' he asked ;
the full rich the sternly. "Is
lips, chiseled nostrils and not the
adopted son of the High Priest of Abouthia aud whole have I known Emigrant to BrazIl.
nights
f Umber that her stand the
o had built at the Bide diplomatic bill the action
oftbe the dress thy mothers through of
been bn ears fashioned like delicate shells: I wore good enough for
.ha\1Ig brought up t tbe prlCtbo great road pierces,,through the thee! This Is watching the stars and making pretense LONDON, Feb. 28.-Dygasinski, the the
time
h34 I at last saw the flrehead.low, broad and lovely, the no or place for woman'svanities. House to-day, into conference whereanatternptistobemadetoshapethinga
H.t and; rfuse te aen1c city, even to the Cpic Gate. For there- crwped, dark hair falling in heavy WL'estt.at Thou art not here to conquer, but to.read them. And but lately hath she sent; correspondent of the Warsaw Courier,
I, Alcxan- Dioscondes
ot the
: {bole go in unclehail away Physician, in that
my ,
a to
right .
enter to who has
'j" ;my forune For, be It remexa. and ,' i" sparkled in the sun the arched eyebrows obey. .. poor fool be ventured on a prophecy from just. returned,from Brazil, de-, i art na to crive the original projectors a
i by who knew net the tht dearly.. > and the long bent lashes. There before "Nav.. be not wroth. Dy..f..t, ,st\, the conjunction of the-.tar*- that'Cassia CJa1'e8" usa ina- -ums.innn- 'uoveixuneni

held a the grandson of the -na witn much viruggie we won our way I me was The grandeur oi her imperial I swerea, soiuy; -percuauco tuuu iuowoestuot would defeat Marie Antony Thereon Cleopatra threw very obstacle in the Ks better, ,chance.AH -
F Atoua.t b through the grcaf i-owds that were already I shape. There burnt the wonderful 0."C5. that she whom I serve will hare none dispatched to the General way ADVERSE COMMITTEE REPORT.
Allienus
etenthnIghtssmog'wthtbewfnd. reached gathered the In the streets, till we trawl like the Cyprian Wiolet-eyes tha\ of our Egyptian dress; It is out of fashion. bidding him add the legions.she had sent 10. eliciting the truth concerning the immigration The House committee on foreign affairs

satoldiD' tmo rvhkh seemed to ,leeland broodon? secret things To wear It would have been to court suspicion question. He says the Brazilian!
the
Alexandria.Above I Syria to help Antony, to army of Cas- decided
.tee mgbt.ctyof w A' .fe wtving and gayly OiooJs the desert and -also I came in haste." And as she to-day recommend that -
as night as Government
the upon yet sius, whose victory forsooth, was, according decided some time ,to.
tlbtl Here we seated spoke I saw that all the while she watchedme ago the House '
in
; the night to fthift change and be Illumined to Dioscorides, written the concur fourteen of the Of-
... ,,.." and waited for covertly through the long lashes' which- on stars. import 10,000,000 immigrants, and that .
of sadden born
'> in by gleams splendor within teen amendments "
made
it
But as chanced Antony beat Cassius by the Senate
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the c. tbe" .. 1' --- -':)h multitude press weir S'-8.1 ry depths. AH those wonders' 1 fringed her modest eyes. first and Brutus afterward the North German Lloyd Steamship to ,

-t t "rId from the crfnhe ( I. .i' t,.. : '- "" and talking loudly saw though 1 have small skill In toiiingthem. "Well well" he said, sharply, fixing his bath departed, and now, nude he so lecturesfor Dioscondes Company has already landed 140,000 immigrants the consular and diplomatic appropriation -

'I. tight! -( light of the sun blared out f' :! At length.came soldiers But even then I knew that it was keen glance upon her face, 'doubtless thou his bread on herbs in the 300 bill, and that it non-concur in the
receiving
museum and
'D .I \ .tn of tfce barogr to 8t.aen % after tie Roman not in tbese1 charms alone that the apeakest truth, Charmion. Be ever''mind- marks each for remaining one-that
aerols tbs I e.th.a ca hates the name of stars. But his place is them. The relating to the Hawaiian
th.-7 ,va night b'wtng : .armor. Afterswate might;, of Cleopatra's beauty lay. Rattt- ful of thy oath girl,and of the cause to empty, and thou shalt fill it; and then we immigrants were not allowedto cable project. The House has al
4 e .aal I It In a glory and a radio which thou art sworn. Be not light. found colonies but
been ZDQ't mae fat tbe Cuay. ra-ss er. was minded,. will work in secret and in the shadow were scattered in.
sang ance cast through the fleshy covering and I charge thee forget the with forests readyreportedaseparatebillforacharter '
1 dlsemblirked and st wondering beauty the scepter. Ay, we will work like the in the Interior and left to their,
confused by I ioodly)7l crying Cko- from the fierce soul within. For she was& which thou hast been cursed. For I for this with
of tbl more thot mark company a Government
the heart of
1 at fruit
T.st mass .ad the worm a till the time of fate, to die o{ hunger
fever
of tongues. For her all p00- the QU Then folI Thing ul name like unto which no womaa thou this Charmion; fail ,us but one jot I and and snake which .
clamor may pl IWcoming. plucking comes, on thy dagger's touch guarantee, was prepared with
les be gathered together, each I a a bath ever boon nor ever will be Evei;when and vengeance shall fall on thee-the vengeance I Roral cousin, the fabric of this Grecian bites or be devoured by' wild animals. and

Safur? the fashion of his own land -Thraciao\\tboa8aad .iacedo- she brooded, tbo fire of her quick heart of man and the vengeance of throne crumbles! to nothingness, and the Unable to communicate with their great care caution and which the

spag 1 stood a young man ce and I Din nod'a .VhoasaBifcGauls,. each are shone through her. But when she woke the Gods! To this service," he continued worm that rotted it bursts his servile covering 'friends the few who survived committee regards asa more practical '.-, .

touched.me on the bouder: ask me I the fashiotf. oCT own country. and the lightning leapt suddenly.from her lashing himself to anger as he ;and in the sight of empires spreads their retraced I proposition than that attached by the '
to Rio -
was nae Then, passed fiveTUaoirftkmen, of those eyes:end tbe pas>ion-laJen music of'her went on. till his great voice rang in the his royal wings o'er Egypt" steps Janeiro begging of Senate to the '. -_ _
Abntha'ad appropriation bilL
1 said.fr over mej who are called- tho-Feucedi,:rsce.for speech chimed ppon her lips, ah!then who. narrow room,"hast thou been bred; t this planters, who treated them like slaves The
I this
"Ye. < gazed at girl
be whIeperd t11e secret paswOrdInth mine both men and br were *tier covered can tell bow Cleopatra seemed? For in her end bast thou been instructed and placed and strange that her once more astonished and extracted exorbitant action of the committee therefore. does j
saw face services in
slaves. bade ext cam yoihand met all the splendors that have been where thou art, to gain the was lit up re not
car. and, beckoning to two wt aor. given ear of that with such a light sal had never torn for necessarily signify hostility to the t _
the ihip. This and arfng to for her and all the wicked wanton whom thou seen upon scanty n At RIo Grande
bring m1 from woman glory genius seemest to servo. I proposition but desire
uslycrp a to
,
sumpu the face of woman."Alit" bring the
tem app way through the CrWS 1maj t:"ym- which man has drawn from Heaven. And See thou forget it not; see that the luxury the correspondent found 700 immigrants .

they dd porters who were clamor.ig [ 11den Night, Morning and *'o with them dwelt every evil ot that greater' of yonder court does not corrupt thy purity broke m my uncle who was in a dying state huddled in matter into conference where the best

1 for Then I folwe btm SeHeiten* and the Earth. Aiitr .* sort which fearing nothing and making a and divert tby aim,CharmSon." And his watching her."ah11 r love to see thee so, chapel while a wooden results may be obtained. ,
-
thousands -
b I women pouring lawa taken flashed and his small form girL There is the Charmion that I knew were camping .
was came many fair mock of bath empire for its eyes seemed to
aOW te qUa wbc be an sorts of wthdr1t' men {1 on ewad. and other & prUCN I pI2 -lay, 'and, smiling watered theis grow till it attained to dignity nay,almost and I bred up-not the Court girl, whom I in the streets of cities through which he I The Thomasville correspondent of the ""

pla.. wine ad watchlnR: I tug flowers. Now there rose a 1 deUrea with the rich bloods to grandeur.Charmion," he said advancing love not, draped in silks of Cos and fragrant passed or in forests. M.Dyjfaeinaki has I Savannah News lap: Cot A. P.Wright _

're the of women,some or 'hom were of "Cleopattal Cleopatra! aD I.hl 1,t; her "breast they gathered tolomng toward her with,outstretched r,-*'! in this with essences. Let. thy heart harden testified on oath to the truth of his has returned from Augusta where he _

r t daCg and some not arrayed.lb..1iq breath aud } \\I rn. that Cleopatra whom.no say to thee that at times I do not trust thee. mold-ay, stamp it with the fervid state has been attending a very important '
zeal of menta before
sctly ary through the lam p-li1 dared to put n1'tad of Isis. "I wand jet whom too man, bavG -. But two nights gone 1 dreamed I saw thee patriot faith and thy reward shall the Bremen judges inquiring meeting of the directors'of the Augusta

fd .t tut we the shore of I 1 But at that moment the multitude B t ?$ .a forget.. They:,fjsbioned standing in: The 'desert. I saw thee laaeh find thee. And now cover up that shameless into the scandal. Nevertheless immigration and West Florida railroad. In less than _

UHS.m bu'b.z, .r1ied 1O the rgh gathered and thickened in front'o where 1 P J>'fce Spirit of Storm, lovely as_, and lift thy hand heaven,and there!rcin dress of thine and leave ns for it grows i continues the tame ten days the surveyors will be locating
late. To-morrow as ever.
: 'Long a wide way paced widi'tI j waa that I .could no longer clearly s. S L: KlaK:?? T.e1b. Pestilence yet with a fell a raia of blood then the sky sank Earmachis"come,as- and eve this road, and work will be begun imme.
1 thou hast said. And farewelL goes on.t sight.
bordered by strong honsC5. bafig coltr in mv,eagerness I leapt over the brier ofr I i c ;and wt.she did is k Woe to. down on the bind of Klein and covered it so, diately an4 the construction rapidly
Charmion _
bowed her _
.
head 'and.
In of them.the like wh\c ha the scaffoldiflL and, !Kelngj very sl < the"world whe.8ucn another comes to curse. Whence came tbe dream, girl, and what Is her turning The Erie Board, pashed to this city. A line will also be .
.- frt I l're j L it! wrapped dark-hoed peplos around her; of Agriculture built
Turning ouce to my way Aflrough the cw-t. Its meaning! 1\au h\ have I against thee andI to Uapont connectinz with the

ever we a came a quieter portion mor of the psbe the frmOt l1 'ADd,6* I For a moment metcieopatra's,eyes asshe as yet; but hearken I On the moment that then taking my hand, she.touched It with,.. the Lake Erie Fruit and Wine Growers' Plant system givin an air tine from

rlbt \ fO'parties of ..tJy"een Nub alva wt.tic.tve Idly bent beef to find the'tumult's'cause. I have,..thouga thou art 'of my kin, and I ,her lips and without any farther words shewent. associations, which will visit Florida i Au rast to Tampa, )Ia, It is very prob-

.ctr. where streetS.av ,thl. Pnty s r UP stie: At first tht were somber and darkas baveloved tbee-on that moment,I say, will ., *. : next month will leave f able that the road will also be extended
wr more though they saw.deed but the brain read "A strugs woman r saidSepa when she Sanduaky, O., !{ from Thomaflville
I-doom
built lag the peoDIe. U1 those delicate limbs, 'Which thou p to Tallahassee
bOUe wbt Oe py.J. Thuisda aDd
W next
had
., gde ba.. ,-T naught. Hien ttraroke, and their very loveat'*o much--to-show- .to the- kite and to certain.gone";..a..r-'a most strange_ woman 1, and un- .. ". probably.the coast. '. ? k.
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"/BEDFORD"COUNTYJELEGR I The United States congress has A. Pastoral Letter to th j;<. titiz- Deputy UniUttBtatts Marshal S. E. -

FH, adjourned, and our representative, ens of Starke I R!o'tve.
er' i iPUBLISHED General Bullock, was'notunseated.. Dear Fellow-citizens and Frseuls uf il.joit ittsttllcr in Jaciiwm county STARKE, FLORIDA.
WEEKLY AT- Christ: aucl| landed th iaPcnsicoa! last week

.Ht iREE.. UKAUFOKD CO1Y.1dOfl1DA. With all the gall of the republicans! It must (conceded by all that the |t I They, were making wine from sugar cane r ai TET7 :

I.C. WT.BB. they had not quite enough to rob Christian religion in its purily and power*ile prisoners: were bound over in sums SESSION OF 1890-9L
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Florida t'F one < t iisremesctitativeK is )ranging each. h t9 __
Editor and Publisher. : a blessing to the community. But bye : froaJ3OOto $1,000 ---f-
:-- th Christ f..n ills tHx-ti.iilyj prized nsthe 7
The'alwve School has been
Vl.BNCRIFTIO: 91.00_ A YEA 15.Knlfred Several of the Florida towns are power of God. -md ihc wisijom of Qod A duty to Yourself. purchased -- : _

to follow in for the salvati'iii! Or the& soul from the in- It is surprising that people will USA a and is now controled by a :
At&H'di/iff: prepared the loothtepsof evitablc sin common, ordinary pill when they can Company consisting of the business : J
to Act !f Coigns itthf con uncnre-s of ; and as such _
our KiMcr city I-jOree-n (WeSprings. secure a valuable English one for the
VoL OJfre. Siarh Fla.. at Second he recognizes i.s; i inims as paramoiicl to tame Doctor Acscer's and professional men of the town of :

tIirz Matter.VJiy That is to say that the all mere worldly lnuix f". In order to pills) are money.POSITIVE cu re for sick English headacjje Starkc who have the Inclination, :DELDEP1: : .11HLLllNiY

I ladies of several of the enterprising increase iis rwj-.ur m.d usefulness in our and all liver troubles. They .
are and the of
i \ will not next } oar be time towns propose to apply'to) the next midst we tire coir'art.iiij our Union Evangelistic small, awefteasiIy! taken and do not the-ability means making

-nouph to nettle the details of what, legiolaturo for arliclesof errl T*: tHtI we affectionately gn ipe.. : D "W.Califohlla's HRIV5W. it the most practical and thorough -

the national incorporation and urgently invite,, tlit1 co-operation ofall School in the State The buildings

democratic platform similar to that of the V. TL, A. l the fiiemU i.f Christ :n this our "work dc-m-mrl on Flondu for o- have been remodeled throughout in

will contain? nf Green Cove. Thi s-ole ohj4ct of of faith and Ubor oflo,e." It was when a nq nursery stock continues to nn alarm make them both

these corporations of ladies is, to I all l the fol'ower.* of( Jesus were together ing extent. Jf il Lerps up much lo'per such manner as to

W. (If. Cunglcton, a most TeSIeCLb and the "with one accord1 and praying fiti the thulimne supply will m t IH equal t-i the commodious and elegant in style,
and
able citizen of {Sanderson, Fla., was, welcome and imjuoic city I promised t-p'ril' of God. that the blessing d emzmd., Thank r iodiii'
axxftuhcd' Satnrday night and killed entertain strangers,, of PentHCORl %' n!> jriven ; ami iQV) In order Ca nnot be IxittltJl tidWe hipped. f especially.Thoy : 4
and thus
with) a coupling pin. aid in building up the city. to achieve a sin-.jlar s>uof ss, we need can and DoA have had the Institution incorporated $
: Why don't the ladies of JJtarke do the reunion of uriu-st coiutcnited heart G :
WIiat't l fly. Hkpr's iLc'o.I l p'ixir' for and have succeeded in
something of this kind? would I and effort; und in the minis of God and it lw .
They Kec' fully tlirtpecplein
John W. Couch, a .leading crimiwa perishing souU ve plead for yo'ur nssabtunce securinff' the service of Professor G.C. .
rt this country that It
a'ecom' h i
certainly > > more inonc i* Mipprior,
lawyer of Ocala, dropped dead than in this work. Come for ycur own to sit other pi< iv ratioiis fiir lilotxl) li-- Looney, I lie famous southern

in tint city on Sunday. year the men have- in the past sake and seek n deeper work of grace iu oa ne. It is a positive' cure for syiihilitic SoitiiiiUleer' () and, educator to take charge IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND _

ten years -I i Our Starke ladies are' your ow-i heart, and Gods "loving kindness p criiptioiid aivl pim of l ihf school. -

,. Two had duel hard working and industrious; and which is letter than life." dun:: ples. It nnritic1 the wheilo 4VMOU! .and PAHISIAN: '
-- men at-Micanopy a the f for fd kinsmen th oroughtv t.uhtth. tha etumistttuilot;. We know Professor Looney as a STYLES.
arc mainly whose
with knives kt Sunday. Both were ones through and neighbors and assist ia leading them: 7 : \V. It. ItIVEas. t htghtoned christian gentleman, a
influence the various :
hftdly cut but may recover. feity churches I t to Christ for eternal, life. Come: fix the profound scholar and as a teacher of _

.. have been built; and if they should I sake of your dear Snvior, whose beloved lsLov.rthLlvlng? '
d' c ifyoiro 'hronifi the wrkl a dypeiilic. the highest grade. As a didplmar-
; .
turn their united and suffering needs
Hon. GroVcr Cleveland continues efforts to the improvement cause assistance
your
I Dr.) AcKrr's Uyspppsli) TaWciHrepasitfve "I.I.ia n Professor Looney is unexcelled. A: tlreat Display) cf SILKS LACES
and whose heart i li KIHBOXS and
wounded ORNAMEITS -
more deeply *
of the >
l ,
to lp the of the town surely
e bugaboo republican great onre/or/ tho worst forms olDygpepsi.t. 4 Hoth and his
"" by the apathy of his proteased lends I mmd 'limo arid mentally morally Bracelets Hair Jlanusf I
'i'rlTt whiih never iiretu circulat- things would be accomplished. igest Flatulency Bangle and flair Ornaments,
t ta linn the oHiis foes. Business show the of the band -
opposition pupils
open t nsti1stit ; Guar*,iitw
n'5{ uiraoM_derogatory of lam. Plain Talk. to Business- Men. m h cares may seem nbsorbing/bul pressing remember and the household "theking's 0 -: .. \V. !I"A ( t fa genoiis in this hi> chosen pro- toHailltfjirgS nuc'tts"I : _

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The rtciu: well, projecka not 'XJie publisher of this pip<-rwas dumbfounded business" is of higher importance .:_ Child Killed. soi. -

< p- v Profcsscr Looney lias I Swiss El brO(1eri6!( jPhin and Embroidered IIoxl rn-stitch.
and promise. the mn ,; ,; it.tima. form loolhinjr syrup t t'Im tanghTlFje extremely: popular rising -
et4eeiWth"e"'iisru 1c the 'Seekfirst king ;
bo Suit Lciv
office Skh
> }.vriH ditjectl post from one t.f the iittihMgit'otheir childiuii such tings atnV'an! I\ke Laces Queen*, Ltt -
dom of God nnd lite righteouMies?. itud i l in his character above ? nt -
elI'or no well The "neopleVwi 'live" merchants of the which the d ci' .ttw la surprising when they every
l ciy m all these things slia'l' be. added unto you. I ; India-Linen, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and! JL"I
kind social
( 4flJt hiey- lliui-liiltl of Its tmuby of narrow prejudice < -
\ perulinr ,
innst be obeye'd.Ilit following' order was the leading thought: \Vcs would mge upon Mir dear! peoplewho
1) C5 usioff Dr. A'CKCI'S Baby Swither.It political, religious or otherwise. Nainsook1, Solid and Fancy-ytriped '
; have not attended these
Please luke advertisement upon services
out of r
coutiins
my : i.i> opium or niorphitie. Sold I
*'..cool .weather of last week: your paper. Times arc so dull that I I the claims of God upon I hi m, at L by %V. II. Itiyms.: 10 We can assure every one desiring Satteemis.
L tcan't time, in furtherance of his kinmIonm.nd tu f.'iucate their children that this
to have been benefit
jwrms : a to the afford lo adrerliM.- French I
any more. A we earnestly invite those who have Saltings: Heal au'I Linen Cliamlirajrs NimVYeiliu -
fruit buds rather than to have done' 'Helen IJarcourl, iij' the Titm-s-Union a school i is situated in a beautiful! and ,
Gifiit kpoonslyou! could h.ive blown us never confessed Chri before men to, embrace Henriettas
houjcaoM depaitmentnii Miss Helen U. a attraclue noted for its S'ide-Itaml-Suitings .etc. etc.Tlhe .
: ..&Ly. harm, and the fruit prospects I down with a fcalhcr. "Can't afford this golden opportunity for securing locality, -

: are better than ever. toadvertise. l "the good part which shall never betaken t Vaier. otMuut Chair, FU.. a gifted and health fti In ess (there having Iieen a
What does the man me.tn? IDaargest; T.-i-rre of Ii
from them. e nergdit' yonnp lady who 1m? written I period of seven years with an average

Tlit floods in the west are something Docs he really think that in placing' a ten With earnest prayer for your highest I. and published n gre.il deul about Florida daily attendance in our public Lancaster, Sacearappi s tpil Amcnskag Ginghamper brottn'it South. A

dollar advertisement in the local he welfare we are, yours in blessed hope, _
territte. Million of dollars paper i HtV.: J* S SlIANDS, und its products Ono or two !><>oks onfruil I schools of three hundred, in which; beautiful !Hn > of CUAI.UKS at 3 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and

worth-of property. has been destroy is simply giving the editoa ten dciiltira. M M. E. Church S. culture-nnd kindiLMl topic have bee'a. t there was not a single death;). The ORGANDIES. i

ed and many lives lost. The people a matter of charity 7-wdm-aiie mean t Elder F. P. BARRY. l pulilislieJ l ttiZ..her and }h))1IVC had nn exttnbivc .citizens of Starke are moral and law

in tho overflowed districts are-put: t to say that his little tea doll.tr advertisement Christian Church. thruljtion. her voiie pen asid I abiding, a church-going people, having THF.; COMPLETES1) LINK OP

to inconvenience makes his business dull? IEAcoN J. TIIOMVS. l congregations of ions denominations Children's Misses' and Ladles' Hose (
and vat offered .
: great suffering p ero.1.-hitiors; bay loue niuvh.to; draweitlltr3.nl ever the. trade _____

It his Always been the idea of the TEL Rtv. II.Baptist KEIOWIS Church. : visitors to FloriJa.Absolutely with neat church buildings.; in Starke. ]Ladies' Ribbed Undervestts in every style. Parasol

t .\. New paper are springing up at 1 t E onArn management th>tt business men I Synod. itIistitinry ofPreiib. I Society is good, consisting of peoplefrom Fans Gloves, etc. Brown and Uleaefied Cottons Table Linen-,

S .. various places' in the state. No lessthan advertised.to tunke mon biiatncss, to attanct t- Church. i t-\cry Si-ction of the Union. ,

three new ones were received L nUcitlion tu their wares to let pc< Btarke 3Inrcn 5, IttOl.AipliabeticaiQuotaflonS. Although oik-ring the highest Napkins, Doylies) Tone-Is mind To\ul l Cras-Ii, Summer: Jeaat: amiCottonades. .

>t our office the past week. We pic know they were siUl ia c\Utencc! and I 1 e education.) advantages this is the .

."k.h them all gtu-ceiw, but it does ready to receive and wait upon their old I most fcnnnmical school in the Mate LARGEST -
AND
seeii* that the Ju-ld is pretty well I friends and new. If ndverl'iMug !U done From"the Bible arranged for the readers S ALPr of ihe; same,, grade. BEST STOCK OF SIl6ESINTHKCITY.

.-. ilJed. for charity's: sake, why i ia it hat the best I ol l the TEi.tGLArir and may some good I .3 The faculty w ill be complete, -
Bible reader to this like I
teply iu luaimer:
!nnd litigest business firms aI di the giiitig Ml only :i comprehensive

ty the tiuddvn death of Senator niiistiuhcrtising? Why is ways it thai the And be at peace Among yourselves.I .- collegiate course-but; special ati cit-: Every one pU-a-wd and fitted. We arc sole ij cnl- for the world-renowned j I

Wilson, of Maiyland, that state has gteat; !i1.t an honored and honorable apt in well rising. II The .
weary :* studies -
son t as
.1. O. Alvarez and J Jones, or others type writing, telegraphy) ,

the senate an able and painstaking spend hundreds in ,iii, 13.Continuu. phonography! inusiu vocal and! insirmncntai A FINS ONE Ql CLOTHING GENTS
( *' **!O cveiy year :i i
member and the democratic in anil watch iu ihcthanksgiving. stnii I
party a prayer drawing)
ad vei Using?, They are not the kind of r rto painting, etc
man horn it has learned to value with Col. iv, 2. The fall I session nil) embrace' October. FURNISHINC( (GOODS) ) Trunks ni>..l Values. Satldk4!
with the bent. men matter give of chaiily.all tlui amount Advertising of money i is aniuve&tment asa Diaw nigh to God and lie will draw nigh November and December, the h Harness -the be.tYi Collars! always on hand. _I _


: lie winter Jjas been i and the returns are as cerlaiu I lo you. Jo.-: iv 8 .spring session January, February: FANCY tiROCEIiJES AM) PROVISIONS() of all k.tIN. ,, HARDVARE -
cry severe Enter j jas ye in ut the Ntraiglit g.ite' ilntlh: March, Apiliand \lav.t .

all over the) north and* went this the returns from money hivi-sled iu vii, 13 im ry ri..M,up to 4h Header per mo. Jl.PO' \ and Fanning; Implement., CrveLcry, Tin and (Glass YVmr: Fitrm-

.year. Great damage and loss of any other branch of the business. For this is time love 'if God that we keep (Coiuinoi'tnt-nii. FfliooH/oiirse' .iritlim., (.rainGeoc..t, 2.00: t lire and Stoves, ah.> solo ag'uit for the Cflebratoil "LOVE' .SK\V: ING -

liftin repotted, but here iu the fair, As an illustration of the value of advertising Ilk commandments. I John, v. 3. C'olleiKte.. Algebra, Science,1 a nguae.- 3.00 MACHINE--works button holes sews on button and: "does kind

est h'pot of America we have one firm Hut has been in business Pure* ItigherLhirnal1cs) : ,etc.; 4 COI'naid ) t-Pry
experienced Give us this day our Gaily brtu-l. Milli.!, of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machine0; ,
perfect paradise. A better now something over two years done c nsMerablc '. in excellent families at $10to I
vi, 11.He A ercanijof tartrr.b,> i- gpowJer, llIglett 1: of r ,
dimate 'could! not have been made advertising the Jirst year. l>ut I all in lea'Ujiiii stren-lli.- t'. S Government I L ;91':' 'e'- month. (
., -
l that Ixl'evelh on the Son hath ever r Ktport, 4gut 1?, 1Ou. The &T- ACE (COLD) IIUTTER AND) CHEESE !
lo order.Jt has txtra
long since censed their advertising, -- department rates as I :
i... : lasting lift- John iii, HO
and upon lieing questioned, one member i' Notiee.IN follows:

-.. : it a caiife of great regret that of the firm frankly admitted they had all In every thing give th.-uiki. I Thess. v IS I II Tnr.incuiT COURT OF BBATvotu:I i' inini-'ntcl MtuicS IPSSOIIS per mouUO] Sine Always tta BEST GOODS for the leas! MONEY/
.. Voice (Ccllnr ** .
; human should Jesus Cuiift, the sime: yet-ierdiiy. to-tl.i\,I FLO1 D .-1N ATTACHMENT. 500M9 -
any being ro e biioes they cared tt> do; that they)1 irsr.XTosAL BANK \'A1JXST4 :.'\ Singing 2.M
liitnctlf delibi I and forever more. lUb. xiii. K Mortt-rn Laiiguajcco.eapli U'
gt ns to go 4i believed *5. 3.0U
iu advertising, but .4 CKosoi ?V. Itirte. Vrt, Pau>UnjfaiiiJI, > awin e .ch r" a.W' : .TTzs
the
and KIi.iwIngIhi5thItt the "f
flglt net fire ; .tying our fahh* l
tf' Tf l
T/IOU"e/v'fl8 *lni "ml lllIrlielp .. ;:tlrraLy.: U-saou eviy day I 5.00fii" HORSE AND TTLE POWDEqS (
dwelling; hotfee. lt\a bar'3JL cu ITOfl..ufl1Cint ; workeUi pulienc-e. .Tus I i. 3. Nfll1.T'5 1' r niXit>oTr! naT>rT>i t'idtlress ,
.
-- they could advertise no more, I V4'7''I Itas irs'irot'iI a ga.n-4t ) -
: gi' j nJuU.: sort of satisfaction or re.rengv jrcnusc Lie not one t to another. ('oh. iii, V. 'hyattae nt-Btin th'8Utrfintj ;inl you 'anil all I .i the Pitncipal, Prof. l'Vi>. C.OOjEY I4O1t1DAU1d.IEAJ4
they were lotnlly unable to wnitpou
one could get by ccunmittjngmich LI My little children, let us not love in \\ <>rd A her p wnH i ttrcsted; aiplu-reby rcqt-irttl toj L or J. CIIAS. UICHAUU, Scllo's.
the declaration filod in rlir
u more customers. Just think of it! I'i.'ar :il.tile.ui to i3& PENlNSUlAf.? B. R.
a crime Hanging is. too good: : neither in tongue but iu deed und iutruth. ill nor !bfors *he fii>t Jlomlay In May.JiATIOSAl t'tarV.
Fortunes have been nude FornierI time p'.
4 ; by advertising, A D.Js U. & TICo.
for iniebjlon. I 1 John, iii. IS tT5tO KAMI OF'Jnio' VALDoTA .1. L. GASKIXS, I're.i'lmmt i .InidardTjjie
a nel judicious ndverti.sinij always p.tys.; tTed.Veb. 2, 1SUI. 1
-- Now I PlY God tlut ye do no evil. 11Cor. I Stark, Fla So HOTIIB wilt itie of COLIC. Tor or trxe FKrn. z '.SUUTHEK.N- C
As son as a luau stops his advertisinghe -- --_ If Fotif 's l'owl-Ti ore nc Jerry Simpson made( a but! 8 t him 1 xlii. 7. :Sotii-e for Publiratioh. Notice of Election.JIaving Fontz' J'owilcra Illfnr*nml;prrvpni lion riwi IMA. SlOpidIOaI.v r'ernnndma 233p 9lOa
.. and the bell of truth loudly people fc.iget altogether. There i is Fmiui fow.lcHill prvtent r.trc is Fowl H-Wpll.5n Callahan ArAT 34p SSs
ty.e, rung a dentist m this who used Only let -yi'Ur' conversation be as il be t>Asn Orncn'AT (OArsKsviu.E r'LA.. I i I tuailc tlelipcnl inquiry to le.; rnilir Font/l 1'ow.lf will Im rpifn> the qnnntitr of milt OSSpll l.a Lv Jacksnvlilp Ar 1 33 6 ; -
-. when he recently said that too city to advertise. cometh the Gospel of Christ. Phil. i. 2? January :23.1: 18U1.OTI''Elstcreby I I vi bheo of the people' I tiiul they arvin ami and iwfet.erect twenty per cent. and make the litittur flroi I'',31 p Is:mu ,j., Ku Id wiu Lv ICUaLvlt4 p S 4.1 a1Ar

the members of People have long forgotten him.odwenrc X'viz g-nfti thnt the followingnninpil fiivor of holding; a prim.iry i-kction for Font, Powder Stark '$a Ida 4
will
of
many congress Pray without ee-iisinjj. I Thess. v, 17. setlW Ins tilo.1 notice cf bin in:<"'- ears or prerrnt almost nrrtT 125-la 2UpAr Ha
rnsxi.n to which wi home Iv I'M' S35a
time a continually being asked if l iOn itt amakt aI.4I |>ro"f in siMijiort, of Instlaiin.antlthet I. I.e iicoiniit-z: IMMTI; iii f ciuiniy rnnnniv.sim.tr1 Hoiwuamt rattle are siihjcct 1Oa aLv _
2.'xpAr
their ForTZ Ultra
M-CTC to Fotwii 10 .5
devoting *
some Quench nol the -it of Goil. I 'I'iic&s.v wII.t.3old OIT arrif ACTION. a 158 *
L here is adenti-H hi town and where he i sjni I. siu-l fvut-t will l li maile before w? T.k i.. ; TluTflon', in (irc-oraHiHC vviililli everywhere. 331 pAr idlver5prlngcLv S 43 A
thtagiii *Jiich they wer perscnally Is 10.Rejoice). 'r 'irctnt i'Uit. at Starke, VU., I .- revolution; parsed Ht Jt.? Augustine J ity DAVID z. FO ui 221 a 344pAr OcaUBpAr I.v 9 rL a I 03 a '
l locntcd. "Is Dr. o: i.ttccii lsT1T.tS)1.) ProprietorBLLTx.roZ .
; inttrt-Hted instead of > still in the den Iiitbustuessy" I- 7 lion; ;c'stsea Lr 7 1)1'ar
matters for the in lice Lord always. Phil. i iv. 4. i : IfSlv MoKfnnei.of Starkf. FlorifJtt, I'd Nil i he tlt-mi>cr.iii;I i j purly in convunthm, HSMinWei KDSTJAB9Ilyr .4 35 a 4 t ,Ar 1.t'iabur Lv 7 1 5 10 Mtv .
bent-lit: of the entire country. Hit t is ft queslton we have tu Seareh for 2 1051. f.rtfu KJi.of $.et.. 12 Tp. tf B, R 10 EHo !. giving the pcnpl such priviltsr.ii For sale by Truliy.Sleruburp & Co. 5eia t4opr TuvartntOl I ia J.n a SLOp I ______
the think
tbt"sctiptures in & ye name* thf, foilowiusr witne s J to j i'rtve 1 Li is bench and s"cl niit M. 8410 T5pAr340a :! lundaWiMwood Li
Vm Again, Jerry. answer every day. The (tax collector said 1 contmupii a"d cultivation of, > ) nj-pninl : >niy 5U1a IrOp
r.'sI.tescrupon.
ye have eternal life. Jolni v. 3i1.) (!hi: I Ihr 9th day of .Mnrrh. aa the tiny I 441 pl.v Lv MSMilt 45p a
t o us the other dty: Pleitse'"print cad Isni. viz; Alfrwt WcKinner, Joh'i Kellum.auJ 5 IS A KtfpAr625a buiCiiy i firSa
my PiANOSORGANS It-tSp ,
Take lund.: t lureore! how ye hear. Luke Benjaj.J-ip IIJlHp MrKlnr.oy.nil ol Sew S PI-eitl: ft-v hithtlitig said .t-lccMon' The 7 2'spAr' IlangUlti I.v 5s 5t ,
.I It i
rtidtthcre i* yet over 350,000 s ppointments in your paper. The peojiledo EUrer, J-lorula.
viii. 18: a ilimocratic viders of the r ->pciivec$ 'ininiitsior.erb -epa44OOO -- 43ab4UpAr_ Tampa LT 5 LOiitZOp>
: j oi ,of Granges the"state. The not sec the ntice I jwfct up.' y LPX. LTCCH. JTt'giatcr. districts will viiiint the usual ;; : 7 and 8 d.uly, S a ml 4 dutiy. .'

]>ric > are daily growing better, HO did lie Buy that? Did he want( pay for' Undei>tandrt thou whxt thou rradcst? Notice.OrricK! Vii!hut i I'htt t-i i''> ilicir diiic'!?. Coil font-; I_U CkDAIt KEY I';'U.Jtl! ..... -
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that llinMi, who hid the nerve'to l hat notice just to help tfi cdilo.If Acts viii. 30.a I rnoBATE Cornr, I j ini; to tlie t lilies; gnvertiicg any orilinarvclfcliifti Placed In Soothara Homos hK idLe.. 1870.*lIIIIen-Twtnty holmes reeis'sutoeaifuibvameaa.aieso'er 1 I 113: it f.v Jitrkst.mUi Ac 1 *'
VerilyTveiily I unto if Bru.i'ord! Count r, Flon'l. V.D. I'M! ;fcfUil hue ri's'itt' of thoinH* lOaI.v( ("niiind.ntCall.il.an Ar *."-ji --
.; jiold their fruit any you. a man pail rurly mcressmn. Wtal Because tit*Connlry t fe /
: on to are bound to should tie qrifurtunatc II.:"On I.v .
xrreon m as tany Ft1)teflierS4Lh. A. 1W. \ h ht KV. T. Wwks. cl-tk of circuit'c. urt.Hi fleeced with Cheap, Interior lantrasMoU. built : Ar JiOj
lit frcll paid tins Next I Keeps inybajing hu shall never t>ee I[n the matter rf !! giirpi'iaioii of ii.solveni-v oftbe"5tate6f t I5pLv Baldwin trtLe 5.2t)5jLv .
article of iliifirst .
year. year e value thing la- lxuinkpvxki.. decease) f.ItHlby ; btarke. Five diva thvrr.iH lions. A TO SELL-NOT TO USE ) | WItk' Arll'n jt

1 tnorV j..-j3j 1c will hold their fruit I, docs is to go to the newspaper and adterisc death. John viii. 51.Wberefwc Join, L. Uuski t--. uiuiuiistralor of s.i I Crosby. J. L Gasknis inn;; J. 1). -loin:" and Ui. poblio has found oat thiS 3 Ia p Ar Galr.avAlia! I., K.V p

t coiiff' *ucittly the market will be better by these fruits jc shall know will; iivo--; : the siiiic; uiirl (.!.%!:.ire the n- WE DON'T SELL THAT KIND T4tfpAr (etLirKey I., 500a 4-- 1
u for it and that
yit person may t beipposed \ L.Oask'nB. administrator of LI ,,
-- ii.VhereaJohn wilt TUt fell nmel N > li 1UMI II Uily I3.'IuilniIn-ittetwe,
all them. Matth. vii20. iowiuig-ii:; icuilemen Oa In'drtmenta lead the wo l& OUT Pncw. f.Ff S
lliYuiigh the season.Mr. to a"dvertistng. lie Icnows the ewtftttof Lojiis WitKOTS'i, late of Unirtfor l O-un- than fuctone Ima. Ktrieat. Methods Faireut. jMckvonvill" and WaMo. V.'aMo$ amt Otiir Keyi.AM .
ini'inlH-rs tt t tin will
Yen, l e.tlei blessed are they that bear llie ty, State nf Florida, detpased,has this day fiici! county commit, Inducomencnatost.. au-1 we pay frrlabt. 11 > JAfKoM I" -'--- ---
inly way to nsii'vor liii lost properly In 1-lict a suggestion of theinsolveueyisait1tmtateThet'eare it look slIer ajiil entry nut the nlmvc in their Write foe Fnw Catalosuo nnd Circolu eepIeiuig ---------- _
i: Harrison is credited with hav- won oi! God and keep it. Luke xi, 23. therefore, to notify and! lnctivc districts: Laley. %V. A. fully-all 10 plAin print Easy to boy from o* i ai ''mt 4i

S j jr-takrti Secretary Foster into the anybmly through urtverlise ndxvnising for for it.DtHs? If- The above nviy be made interesting I to- admonish fie oil the persons same hol.tinj in tny ;office olnium d agaiu.L iilv antlien saemtate.to ;;.I Cn-sliy; Lake Butler, W. II Edwards; I UDDEN&BATE hOOp 3 j--11 SSCpAr 4ipLvJci.uionitL.fVrn.i-i.'ieia' I.v Ar 7I5aI4ip a lt1Sp
'I
j-.st
( abhu'i lor the txp/ess! purpose ofiheckitig charily the Bible readeis to see wlioiher I am correct Heated, on or by tholwenty-fifthSotbdayof I'rovidrnri- G. Vf. Clvuttc; SLirke. J. 31. L Southern Music House 5' ) p Ar Brnnwkk Iv SW.(aeeamevs
the Blame boom. hey do, the sooner they Mop the better March A J>. 1"01. ou which da there will I beDuvlf Jdlitisj ILipiptun, J. H Mire SAVANNAH. CA.. *
It i7 i-
uot. If found clihtiftntion of the -
inxy or correct ;answer me a pro rata assets of siiideslaT
ISJem .Io L. HILL I It twrt-n IVrimndma anti
W and the publisher. and 1 the genlucouit the creditors of the >. Era nick nnct with
}>e-tniv, but \re fail to st-e the IUCCKoity through I ha TLI.EGHAPH and n-ous KHDIC. all po'nts.' north vrent anti rorthwut. *
Icman who ruld ool "nifotd to adv perhaps we Witness rpy hand and .ceal at Star ke, this day ClmSrm. Dem. Kx. Conui.itteeJaiiit tralnaieaVsJakeOmivjfl Sunday
t r- M:4O: a. in.
of all thja Mire, Bulling on the ran get the editor to give a column to( this and year above stated. ). 1S31.
: tlse" til not have the j Icagure of looking [SEAL] WI!. F. MALPHriw, FLYING CK.\CKPlff; '
-part cf the repubhcaati. They ha\e : study. Yours in good works Sept. ?B, I81O. _- County Ju tge. Notice. 5. Dally;except SumKr N'8W 6. .
At his name la print fur :
ugftiu time. -
some
chance in >aLv
not million JcrbronriUe
tine
a to elect F. P. LItRItY. Ar 15 p
a .. ji j-resijli-nt .n xtj veariu.what's the: *. The wilvfiti-jug space in -a ____ Notice of Attachment. IN COUNTY THK CIRCUIT, 1LOKIDA.JNATTACHMEST.COURM Or BRADFOKD. A lUXUAr tjrarke Lv

rofrrythg about who shall re"cvtve nen&papcrh the puhliithci's; <>UK.k i iutniidu U *m it i", ar.d it fills the bill nineh *FT-ORIUA-rTRrUlf COURT. BRADFORD- COUNTY, THK SJiacBAXTn' BANK or Tiuposr* 11 SU r>7a Ar Ar ITawtIwr-ne W1IWf, Iv Iv *S 33p 02 1II 1-

.. the empty honor of a nominatiotu ; it is what lie has ((41 tell, and ha b'ttterlhan anything: we could say: "It I*0 Georpe AV. Hippie doing business under Gronae W.vs. UIPW-K- t I iWpArSOipAr tJIverrthge Lv IlOp p
at Hires me the gnstt Pit plvsnte: to \\rite L the firm'came of Geo. W. Hippie, 0'::- norm l.vJEdp
value well the ToCcoraiW.Jiippe!
tuerchint's :
as as oods. Itiosn vou.in rrgnnl to Cbanil erl in'8 ('otTit_i Suit nxaiaxti you has ltjn commenced I in, this "PAICK NOTICE that the Mercl. nU* Bank of 534Ar 11 nt City I.v 52ta
.
c st-it CoiL* the pubii hur certain court by attachment and.yonr property attMChdtOMtlnfrRva1nmofJamea .4 i. 0 'pAr T aip Lv 830 a
al. a ; Remedy. During the pa*! winter I have Viililosta has instituted a volt gnlunt T >IIbr ,
E. nuiy. pUlntifT;I ; The Flying Cracker <> mlnuteii;
c rXt Monday IH the day set apart. sum of moneyKT| inth CHCU nnd even. Mil l more of it thnn any other kind, fjr 'J8'J f 0.with IntTt st and costs. You and all other otLachm'ent iittfTHftwl in this countr hereby and you anti all orratMIverSpnn ,and given row otsib.. Ike.xoipg for din.
uicl have t to find HHV one, but what ottwriwrf-MH interested ar>xjuire 1 U pcrnons are required to and retuna1n.a .
for the rJe-ction of isuc and it inusl be sold y appear and pl ulto the declaration l filed In the _
z commiswcrtie and sold
county : at a was be nn tilted by Ukiiig it. I ha liwy aii'l'! (ileail to the.devl.irj.ti.n fjw! i the ca.se.KAKDALL appear
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never wti'l! "uit It the first I fW4TKUNII1V'
: t on or tore Monday in May, A.D. > > S f fTlup iO -
? x.The county commissionerhotti profit to mike:, the ncwypajnr busine : medicine in my store that saves & FOHTKR, 18J1. : :
UaLv
> JnrkHuuvUlf 1
Feh222L.irn PluIntUTs Ar ft.p itiSa
) r l'c thC best btisinetig man i in pay. Ii is Tnhmlik, : if properly uso). i j!> universal satisfiicti on.-J. \f. I tot -, Attorufj-* THE MEECHASTS HA.VKNotice. or ViLzmcar.Jan.ZlThtU..Sn : 9lp 'fliaLv HaMvrlnyontlcclte /tr 142plOIp

f7 jJw iiftri.t from which hey, druejrist, Oenda !Spnltin.! Kan-uis.,.7 Maker's? Sale. : Il2WpAr LT .159p
bo
comes, ;)> cent bottles for 5 00 a I4Sp.\r TAiTaIasaoe LT : )
t The > sale. by %Y. -t.. Rivers.. .__ )0p 300iv
,Vr&.l ltiy every man who'in etuU b Law Concerning Xwsp i- ? Iw Iriieofad xre of forccloft 815 3ttpArt.i ( !miiicy. I.stSI'p IZOa _
m.. rB A nr. T
per Subscriptions. fQdn1yThnd nd enlereil in '; Vote ha"already made tip his mind The maiden lilu&bed and hung her liuud[I, tt'ir.ts4Jourto, ( the Fourth judlc'al cir- ix iiRriTiT rocmT. roCR-nr JUDICIAL -- -.---..' ----- >pl01<> pAr l>nmcola'S Lw -
CIRCUIT. StATE
Of FLORID .
V- who he will vote for but The decisions of the United States court erit: Un.ffK.rt tl1unLy. 1oh1d&. in a certain IOUTY. I \ BKADfOKD Florida ri.w.paper Free lOaAr) JiobiloHO -
we must on these subject arc interesti. "What do you take me for?" she said. taltie tbertlu pending iu thnnc fry.- whfreia E.: J. M. TKUBT. *j. J. StnurBmelait We wilLwn'l l5)* -South Florida IIurn a Ar NVw OrlranM $2-
La.si'tue; that t-sogia mplamaut ant W. i. V.'et-ks aantlnrinlbtratdr C M Ar
$ a Mf.nteomwr ;
advise ignorance I
as 4 I Th young man spoke up eagerly, E. STRING, patti en dot t Attachment six we.k *JfiaL f' r.
2 I 1. Subscribers who do not give of lie CFt&t of H.F. York deceased, on : I r a Ar t.oulavllin L5aAr
hu ine88 .
U2der the
cxpres Irif firm
te 'le-ft out of the office and"onlyI notice L'ut.etter or for worse,'" said he. arid Salomft Y. rt. widow of MUd dtcodt-tit, an* anilfEtjle cf Truby f i it AnciIUrr.u.tnio your iinipB i isamp.e hitur'nodncharge. : V j. Cincinnati I., .
to the contrary are considered as defendants aALflO 2SaAr $t.Louis _
trill
: gonti I, intelligent and practical men 1 Bell to the highest bidder for >:ernt urg A Company, > Sam sworn to %% ItiCkVLi ii'1rj lv
: wishing lo renew their subscript ions. Pitlsburg Dispatch. acsh,in fro ,t of the court house door in the town TSI. t $174.13. 1 C iIsOaAr ('bk-ey I _
copies
zcktte.I.i' ofStarke. in gaid S I county. f --
-- 2. If subscribers oidcr the discontiu- Mr. .Timte Laiubej-t., of 2few Bruns- h<* FIRS'1 MONDAY IN APRIL A. D. 1831. Groficc business Vf.itndrrtbe-r.amrof HIPTIE. doin-j I DBmages l3V&J) Maps. Circular :
I' the ) tel. same bring the rixth day of 8RiJ month and a ( W. I visit! or '&-rate 'j -- .w- _
of 111st.IM -
ft Co.
tiKvvtitii tauui"-; protectiongiven uance their p periodical the publisher ;, .ys: 1 cis irtlv affliciei Jvorge ntppl J -
tlejra within
the b of
gale day legal him by the McKinley law with rheumatism in the laps and that continue to pm
setUtwm until
may nil
biiRtness under the
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nrrcarape ? rtolcj name of t
will wrpwwrr with
wheii I ut.rt 1
there
leg bought u Ijottle of Char ate lying; and being in the coanty of Bn.'f.ird. you _
the iron Gtore; W. Andrew lUppleA ao
Carnegie, king, recently are paid.Irsuhscvibere. berl.-\1ns ?ain IrUlui. It cur&l in a In sute-of Florida, to-wit: The northwest qnnrtrrcflbenortbisnt persona interested,are Compaor hereby notified of othrr the Iliesmnll inveirmen fen cento Vumpslnkn. I TOOaLv J..eki.oneOieArsp!

: made a heavy cut in his won k- 3. ncg'ect or refuse to three days. I am all right to-day and 1 .uartt-r orthc ftortb hall ct kit Commencement the al>nve cult oy attactinirn .Villre- /* tli Florida' Unme, ,; 73'aLv Baklwin Ar 82$ p

men'* : Now he has made & would insist on avery one, who ia afflicted No. two of section thirtv.ne. in tovrosh.'j five and nn hereby required to appear. l-U-ad orde- tt. Pettrltitt. \.aLr Lake City IT CMp
; wtgefe take thnr outb, of range twenty fast cnntaiuir.g Owl
periodicals ;
fn-m the li&iaAr .
post office n or to the declaration tiled thrrr-in the 4tb ax per
with that terri le by
: it.to-'the United States treasur\ > ilieae., to ii'ie acre* more or lea: also lot forty five of hIo.:ii.M of IIZaAr Vnhlu.t
.cut day May. A. I> 1991,the being the *
to ramo firM
whiclfthey arc direckd l, they are ii!S- rhatnberl<4in'3 PMIII Kalm And ReteJl 1 nt Ht1n the town of Late Butlt-r. oiiiLtining Monday ofnaM iionthond the rule day of this Notice Aitaehment.'T 5tpAr Mneon -' .
by being awarded a contract for ponsible until they have settled I their bills at once." Sold l-y W. H. Kivers. ne-4wilf acrenlo all pottery wurkntdmacliinfrr County or Ju.lgoirntwill twr taken iKnlfBt bint SiOpAr AttgntH.!
situated the iIJ first dt-scnbed BRADFORD
: t3,50oOUO( woith <>f armor platefor on Wy default. Truby fctemburj &. Co. flc ciRCUIT C' COUJ5TT. Noii: : a.uand Jrtrfnih
and ordered them diocoQtinued. kit of UndTTti*!saW pottery i Is in":wnrkinjc oncr! FLOIUDA. I ; I.a. IttlotAn cam to .
naval \easels. Ko Thit baa been fiJIy -.a.mriS of *hvrarq L. B. KHons. Vatnttt'Attorney. j. dotn b'v-lese under New Uileangaiu Clnei oati; 9 nUf.rtoTaIUTkfcet Wlj
the iiew the day IfIpIC.
when %
wonder Among Congo negroes a man 1 'l'O Gorie .
4. If subscribers hereby certify fhut the fore oinff i h a true I h.iirme,.
muve tn other places from cnubf bycalii-K'-a! Col neof( W. .- ]
same M-en ; eo IlippiCo.
Mr. bolieves in wishes and l trorrrct C'.y (Ue orl Ual onlrr in KaiUc I the, ft. & I />(Tjf! >f| T\. Bay ttn-rt.
C'arnpgie wife hefiecutes and > von arR.gaa.
protec keeps W. ,
i ne Ha.
without infof T. \V *i*at Start*. oraL the pottery SuitW' been ctnuiieoced< in tl>U | boTnl
4 mine the uw. on file In ntk-e
publisher and the Lout t'fIlAu treetD. JACkS
I I my. J IVp-it .vi4Ie.
which lies edjoiuinjc the town of Lake B.itfer. ad aitachedt. -
wonder he is (jchmeot your property
lion and that bet court
no a on probation If her Vf.T.
year. teropei WlEKS. A. O. Mac Denneti
are sent to the former address Saktpolterylgaboutone-quarterof anile from 1caimofJamesE. OesdyptalntiT, .
Hbeial.contrlbutor to the republican papers thry and depor.mcnt; ore 6ati>T clnry he at the the depot tneO. s-. F. R. R- the road running Jan. 5M. 1P9I, .dti-k Bradford of Circuit Court. IurW2..+ with intPeL anti eo.tj. Von and .- E. Ma wel! <*- !'. A.T/A. (ala]
| bead l hit. Miiutcpr.N.S.Penninrton.
arc : County.Attachmeiu
rpnihe. '
within fifty yards felth Iflii, A large interested are ieqIet t to j.
fund lie it alt back quantity e7r persona p-
uamjiaign gets 5. The courts have decided that end of the year formally marries her. But of moulds, worth vrvrral t>aa<1reit do.lara. : and I>le$u to u.w aejiarau- iwi in me d-c I raflij'HauijfrWaltH 1-"% erg,
with txmipoand interest added. :e should she! no ir.cumbmnce lie can be had with the propertr- rcha vr iny og Notice. f.c. KAXDAII & Some, ,,
fusing to take we: tor titles.' > 1>. W.uxaiotrr, Plaintiff's Attorney Coleman reTrvflAgent.
periodicals from the ffii e, sends her fepckjQ'lhccu Feb. Spccul jlaatfr.Kridge V.Forter, B.Rogers,! r Feb. 17, 1821 -3 n : \ J
or removing and I5 SS.JB9L E. A Champlain aid J. 1!. Al'achGcf'rpe ---- -
them uiaII -
leaTing
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: There inclination the --- -- hnlUN
M au ainoug
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Ute '
Porr. eupartner-
.'.. colored! people to; gm ruble over theirapproju for, is prbna- face evUleLce of intt-uten-i : --, -i to Lot vl.e name and style of I TOEAttachment Notice. .
tution for school Lions fraud. #-. : "s Troh1owiitIteiuhasof heit pfnUMid be *.r+ hereby gIven that tj Board of Road Itoger and Company bui:1' v OP BRAPFOHD I
purposesand : tuft pre s. au Bradford *iu rwvine$3S4 c U.
a' movement is on foot to havith r ; 6. If sultscriuerippay in advance tliey gaL, Vf. II. Rivers, HandfeY the eo ',-- b oh Bntll fur ttcir regular cunaty tin-etinr, vLWi Ia W". Hippie, AJBS! Naoa.BAsEO?FioftmDahA I Iha ?;stt= M* jf-t lqTHE'BEST |

j law W changed that the color are bound to give'nolice: at the end of {heir ;lt may Interest our readers: "RacF ag. tb lest MfPDday,the 6th UT, i ApnU A P.:IfSt Uen.w.tIirple&co uidneee muer ,. Fuss(flpOIIMfl? under tin' I Attaebfhlfflt. \E
had an occasion to uso Chamlrlah I8f -the buildup of a r-i scboo time if they do pot wish Ukinj To <;MJ. W. Hiprur. ii't all otf.trThoin Interj ws of I to % .
--s) p.eojile LalI Uztoeia2ielvc9tor to continue cough Rtnawtv, xives me p'easnra -f 0 :rewa of Lawtey.oa th4 Highland sad Lnwrey t&I inerkSW, awnru
road,i.id bridge to be built as follows IIrI4i-a i : rx y.
... purpose*)ju much as they please lie it* otherwise the publisher U auiti statfttlut tound !U toX>e the best m'ediciue to be 27 fnrt ioox.>3 feet VWe.S rtrlnffrra wbicfi j NOTICE tbt wilt. has a w' Instituted W TIPVLE. .1

.. t&r'of the white people going entirely : ized to send il and the subscriber will be for a rough fever used; in ff' i it! tit be all hert.4x1*tnehia. 1 port to fce un ot*, January-agalSaS ye'sbv AbZ.4JOU attCe1irn atove.; | T.GeSre ttpttkaD11t ether psrons Wr'I --t
a red, tu/o of a roiighijhat bad bs-fBefBurnett. 1 der ce*- r of each ctrintrer flooring to be all Are Wmrot
) to white "schools! of course. responsible utHil n express 'nollcf, wilbpayment couth medicines.-N. R.ia h* jt 5x4 spiked with 20 prcay nalis.I sail in quired to appear in*ths're niljlfsa to ti Tb-LnrJon 1& yyTlCEthat5u has beenJMtoutra
: wilt suit lie of nil, arrearage, is eeut to the each. -sfrtBffpr:.a. ran to run lhe-logth of the filed j'uJrst you eawiM '" lonorervsisr TS5n atuichmcrte ltf ne r1SbesafladFREEj7J I'
;: ] this t A.tatas-3 Iowa Or't Moimdat w by
w,. Undoubtedly plan bridge each side 3x4 Inche--ren braced The f I before the June, i. L' oth. hrreY re I tcotnappiInt.andIoIaste.u.'lm -;bcut0iflCfl. -*
publisher. on
: will f Ih..1i91: nI you...are t t1O { Il I I.better thee .
: judgment (;aier J t oft January sac j -
jw Colored; .brother, much -.tetter; h.cair I bridge'to be buiit in a substantial sinS workiuaute siStast I 5.-rand idea't the iJerUratioodefauJr < Every utu> CfrFlfo .
drIUuit. pcnon e
JPTt*
D I -,- : then Braise all! "the money be The Mt. Zin M. E. church colored When ycti cpect nn ad rrtsenxnt-to kke rich manner.*w reject Theioad ay.oraHbWs--.Vi Cnmmlsnrsireerve I JOBS E. HaT Itoruey;RIJJEii& Co. I .. Y' Vnes1'fl*,s.hnve Slay,,A.n<ied D. le9L suit other.on orI.ear' % s&onld tend**rr for Fuld ic. SrJ A&StcaD. *. '

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I Mno ii wiil' have catiue to in a short lime will he ready fcr use. This iuUcrtisemenV-ljaS no. life tt>- h1.elfr-tit .:*;,; .-. I I wise judflet. ? Fws.xDa.FL.rcueE I st: MICH. 3 r
cliurcu would be credit u any city and depends f>r 1 jig efficieucy upon the vigor : 'YO 013WQRKTo Visa? la10aA BAZ 0 I 'r1Larriscmctib.drc! div4
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Hi complain. %: JIM been built at a cost of nearly fSO,0< 0. .itk Kkich you endow itVbrn.." Do TOU subscribe for ifi TELEGRAPn. TELE( TIIEJ & 1eAtorne : ; -
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; t'r ?! IL E. I AGRGUEY': I III ]BRADFORD(' COUYTELEGRJkPH.. .I BURNED TO-THE GROUND. COUNTY. .- CONVENTION.SUNDAY SCHOOL I I; A Happy Wedding.: i TALES OF THE TURF. t I Special Locals. ,

A quiet wedding tOAk place in this cityon Sunol has sines
unproved mnca
LAND SURVI YR.( Tax Assessnr'Vaillri llt looses I very
1891.1 I His New House, theWork of .A Very Interesting: 3IertIu of-; WeilneHlay night .t ,the residence it she retcrnod to California, and was at Have you tried 2>*'tHTl
Deputy County Surveyor.AU I Starke, t'la.: March 6f; Ati Incendiary. The, County Sunday Schools. Mrs. J. G. Willwr. the coutrnctii'g parties last rt'po h. tOO pounds heavier than tho The 1 Kilt** are increasing" every da}.

j Lines run from U.-S, Surveys Field 'otel.leTellln ., Last SalurJay night.. Feb. 28. 51 r, K. Judge- Bullock. of being the charming 11r< \Vilher herself day llarria shipped her from Cleveland Tin.Jn>t trade irtt it. .ur u1t "tiy
:
Ocala.
-1 : and DraInage 8ymm_, cte.t3r C. Wftinrlghl'a handsome new dwelling and Mr. J. M. Judnon. a prominent To avoid confusion of names, Judsoa I1eibirgerUicha.rJ.. I

-Call at this Office. Local affairs. house WHS'burned to the ground, a total! The Bi dford County Sunday School business man from tilliJtn. Mich. Rev.. H..Clark of Emira. N. Y..ha changed The only $2 a day hqjonrillo t.ft; 7 :

STARKE FLORIDA. loss.' 'This house was'nearly! complete. Association met in the Presbyterianchurch S. C. ThomaS_o Uciatujrv Loving hands the nane of hb: stallion fall brother to i in The Travelt-f
market
T. J. HARRELL, Strawberries in are going' to only lackeld rionrs and windows, and cost in this city, 'eb. 27 and 28. had decorated e cozy parlor! into a bower Srmol, 2lCjtoGen. Wellington! a*there Hodges & Alvarez: #*/ that they!
'I greatquantitie. Mr. L C. Hull, horse under
chairman announced waa a previously registered
Mr. Wainright $600. The Louse Was to of orange blossoms roses and vine. The will bell cheap for 30 Hays.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW siw hat the coutenli-.m would I lie the name of Lord Wellington.
FID-rida opened by
lecistatunjVill meet finished and : week.. The .
e be occupiw next fireplace and mnr.telpi'cetere beautifully Use \ntiDlj rain fur b.t'&d' cbe.GI
. devoti jonah exercises by fife Her. J Too Australian Carbine, .
F. raceiorae
03 t -
this -
'..- With T. E. Boco over J. G. AL.v>Btz' Store. e 7th I of April year. fire was of incendiary origin. It occurredat decorated and ,here the groom and s"" china
., Shands.: Mr. J. L. Frazeedelivered has --run in twenty-seven r.wet won :111oocieq ware _
a
4 I 1 o'clock Saturday night; man and bride took their places. After a short but 1 cheap at Wills &
Strawberries are bunging ;* good brief and poiuteti address( of welcome.1 I eighteen been second in- five. third in I Owen-t.
Collection and Crlmluat Law afeb'.7tf horse tracks "c.e easily discovered aLso ceremony' th
impressive were
Aa
very y pronounced and
r three was once unplaced. a \Vhf
inferior flonr
'the is which and
price and happy. brought a hearty appropriate uy when von
ped.UJ. grower bottle thai had contained kerosene oil. man and wife and received the combination of speed staying capacity,
cun :wc't Home
from Rev Wm. Slinw geL : at the
INVALIDS Orange trees never did bloom \\'1int the,motive could have been nobody ri-s-pouse congratulations of their friends. and weight carrying power be is a price at Ueibcrgcr & Rich.rd.Uuv game
Several Sunday school from the different .
'tiller than they have this year. seems to be nUe\ to say" Mr. Waicright The bride vote an elegant costume of marvel. -
of the ,were your groceries ofWillx
AXO represented.The
p4% has the sympathy nf the citizens of the parts county dark gray bilk ierui-tiain, soft lace at the The accounts of the present condition

f1, ." TODRI:3TS Tiddlty winks is becoming tho County. t\p da.rs' 8cssiou was: very interest- neck and grny gloves. The groom was of Isaac Murphy are extremely bad. Reports & Owen

fad of the day folk-. ing and beneficial. of him "like Oysters, ovsters fresh
society a
". Will find aeool and jili-asaM place for Spring among neatly_ attired iu conventional bUck, with speak as looking everyday
and Samatr Refidencv by addrvo ingntts. :* Knocked off tIle Track. A well filled house welcomed Judge \V.S. man who ia going to die, and that before at Icacham'a.! nov21tf
,, Barnes old white satin tie and brown At 10
Mr. W. an Strawberry gloves.
Last Saturday a wild engine was passing who I long." The Lexington d't'orsYl\N said
Bullock, of Ocala is president of '' \\V do
not
s. 3. B A UN CM, want to
was: in the -itv ibis week ,p. m. a flelkioii* was served couslstiug carry over anr "
man, I supper
south ahead of the believe that he had something
to
1 J Jan201m STAKKE. FLA. --.-- .-_ just : passeng-r the'Miite convention, on Friday evening.The .. bread and fully of our winter goods, hence we wih
: of butler chicken
tram in eliarzcof ea 'Inter Will Bonne officer- pressed more than alcoholic liquor in the shape
good for de following were elected Cl.rfur give bargains in
Prospects are a JH'poi \ gnut overcoat
PEEK&"FB"AZEESAMPSON salad coffee cake and Ice cream. of the occasion of the Moo-
poison ca
in Starke. Woik will soon commenc'e. ran into Sirs Breese a {elderly lady and the ntxt year: L, C.. Hull, president: lawU, .'*die j jackets and tiDe dre'
month
After the refreshments the handicap.
enj'iyin:; guests
qUite dt'Rf Hie was walking (>u (the track YYm N. Mfftcbam.vcepro.idtnt! ; Geo.F. good Call! early an4 secure bar.fain .
took their leave wishing' the newly ? ,Orrin A. Hickok has collected a large
towprds her borne. Uoonc whistle
FLA., blew the Scott iccording Sirs. Dt Truby
&
$ John W. Oateen, of Providence, and reversed the c-ngioe. but to no Ultrt Js.secretary Kickliter.; tied couple! all '\>rts of good things.: Mr. stable of horses at San Francisco, which Sternbqrg Co.

cor secretary; treas. and Mrs. Judson left for race in the east this spring. Among If you have headache Autl-
extended
-.f ItEALEB IS iR candidate for county ,com mis- avail. The struck the steam an tour u. -
lady was
I by urer.. L'cuti\"e.d.lll1l11iltC.'t... : Rev. J. J. Florida them are the pacer Adonis 2:111; Eaaury migr3in.Orsters.
stoner. chest and thrown several feel in lie air through
Bonnell. Mri. hail Mrs. M4h nc. Delegates Mac 3:191; Stlneer S-year-old brother .
GENERAL MERCHANDISEWe ----- ( and landed in the ditch beside the track. Only a few of the most intimate friends in any style by the plate,
'O't;) .b<.tei'1 i are all filled! ) withguefs to the state convention to be held to Charles Derby; Arlington, by Abbots-
bt the
'of the bride were present among whom or pint or gallon at the, ppftt'a *-
The and and Prince Warwick who failedto
f ord.
emlIeIiS stopped htlp soon Ocala
and tfse has itt : L. C. lIul1, Mrs. Dellatt D.
,
yily a lively !
i ap- I were Mr. and Mrs. Truby and Miss Em- to thus front Lwt season.I Restaurant. : .
get
The old _
gathered. tenderly
li.ilywas
/ ,*" II. Greene C. II. Stougbton. W. ,
solicit all Orders, and Guarantee pearance. f
ma Truby. Mr and Mr,. N.. W. Ilackett, A* usual a big tock of iiOM
lifted and carried in to have new at
tUriiCttuD for all Goods sold or will into Mrs. Sparkman'shouse. fiailey. Mi s. Hall. J. Mrs. 1. o"\\ I Indianapolis a rae" -

cfcferfully; refund lh\ money paid. \'-. Hrc* '.{and daughter, 3Slhelyn K Dr. PoweIl.Jwliiimad wits; summoned, Webb L. C. Futch J.K.ICk1iter.:5TVVarren, Miss_LwU! Hackett' Mr.'aiul Mrs. S. J. .track and a running meeting 1391" n dg.. & Aiv ;;s. -,

I Jlifilicst Price I>ald forall o-in- Jacksonville, : au' visitIng a thorough exuminvtiOn. and reported Steriibur, Mr Clus. Sumner. Mr and I The Hoosier capital and Detroit are twowectera / I'in china >claii* oud croi-ierv: :

T tryvPriMlucc.BUILDING. in the citroMiss. that nu great damnirc was. done although Ff Scott. i Mrs. D. Q Cole. Mra-tWiiliey )Ir. and cities that io time will be Jrfoin.j ware cheap at \VIK A Owen* .' '' ,
After vole 01' H&i&e "t the "
-3 ( b inent in tbs western cir-
racing
fQb13t points
|
Mrs. S. Ihomus 3Ir. W. Davis
Ellcry ,
) Lizzie Newborn, of Lake thqjjrui.ses were severe.. Presbyterian cb |Kp3l7i< >li,e entertainment _ciL.Within .the next threo yearn Mr. In order to make. room,for tnor
Mr.Geo. Scott and Master J'ridScoU.Mr. .
I LOTS fliztIerbas[ been Suiting Colonel A Narrow Escape. the as] xfou was closed by D. J. Compaa intends to organize a goods we will sell our pre'em jt H-k -
if and Mrs. 1. C. Webb and Mrs. H.
llhodcs slid family. During the wind stoim of last Thursday the Rev. II. KeiNew jockey clab at Detroit and give first at price greatly below valne. -4
C.Webb.Mr. and Mrs. Judson will returntoStarkein meetiu : A
claaa :.
running anno yr 'rni3St'rnbnrg! ::
mule in the
a man riding a neighborhood -
Itiver
SALE News.
FOR
llev. II. Keiguin JHcached: a about week and will remain -
very of .Mr Brownlee's Starter James Bowo ia likely to nub TO BK (4IVEN AWAY with
] interesting sermon on last Sunday came very near On last Friday evening we took in the until the Ut of April when they go aracccsa with th' flag Clifton and! coffee and 250 '
baking
in the Eastern Section of f Starke. night at the M. E. church. } being the struck tree by a falling nnd tree. The off man his grand concert at Lake Butler which was to Michigin, their future home. ..Nocurds. elsewhere. Those who remember the'i of china*-arc at \\powder ills A O, saw
coming jumped rich affair. Arriving at Luke Butler
a little eighty pound boy who roJa Katie
.
That man who had never mule and just getting out of the j Try Anlinugrain for head.
young ran. WilY we took supper with Hen. John Croft Pease, Abd-el-Koorva.Harry Baamtt and I your

'''., \ tnoted (:champaign was a little surprised before the tree btiuck the mule, knockingit and then in company with Miss Eula Lecture.Mrs other famous horsed of the McDaniel lieu I'. '
J.oh of One Acre, and of One and find it $2 bottle. Reese, who is one of the National SEED 'POTATdEaTATWILI.S
to cost a down and stunning for borne .ninutes.( HILTS wuto the entertainment. Duringthe confederacy in 18TO-73. will not be surprised -

One-half Acres each, can be bought Mrs. J. M. Osborn, of Davenport, The saddle! was completely demolished concert our eyes were constantly on I W. C.. 1. 1;. organizers will give a lecture that the lad of that day now retains A OWEN ., .

f' CIII:AP. For particulars apply to Iowa[ is a guest of Mr. and Mr D. ,The rrule recovered and went about its the stage watching the beautiful: twin Everybody to-morrow cordially night Invited.To at the Dapt.. church. of character as a man that thu marked firmneoa him and as a decision jockey. Hat, all styles, cheap at..

way ill good spirits, but considerably the Hodgea A Alvaret.DONT .
Q. Cole, at their handsome countryhouse. Bisters. Jli;!es t.'wltJm. _

I U. D. MINER, "** worse fur the. experience.. Now.--"New Yi-ik DiJ e." don't you \'blt Florida. THEATRICAL CHAT. FORGET ;o call on '

.4- decl23m STARKE, FLA.( The Teachers'- --- --Institute.- think you have -acli-d just a little hasty in The Erie Hoard of Agriculture and the Wills & Owens for SEED POTA

Next Monday, the 9th, is the day Lake Erie Fruit and Wine Growers' associations "My Little ParJ. the latest from the TOES. .
The Mate Teachers': Institute meets at thus letting your jealousy get the bettercf ; _
of J. J. of The Boston
for commihMoncrs election. wbichVIII visit Jacksonville pen McNally,
county the lOlh of } III writing such letter against our SASH DOORS --= BUND .
DRBS STORE Tampa UII March or next you Herald was written for Lizzie DeriuosPaly.
Read the election notice in another this left last] J
month.
( Samlysky Thursday.The
f' i the first load
,I ; column. Tuesday. Every teacher in the county beautiful and healthy lilt'e New River car eer came to Stark

should attend this hupurtant uueling. You have damaged .uciilst' as bad HE following itinerary has been mapped A theatre is beingbuiltln London jut received by .
I new
-S 4 ;i- _- -. Mr. J. M. Jndson said that he was Spl'Cill11'1Iles have been sirmed an the you did Sampson with jour very tarcatic out by Maj. \V. L. Gles&ncr. commissioner for Agnes Uuntiugton. She is'to have a I I ''ruhv, Sternlmrg A Co.

k. but in the latter's Leliajf., If 1 hud of immigration of the Central fifteen lease of it and to return to ;_ for
prepared to dislike Florida, on l C &; P. luil.-oad good from the 9th to praise year ,Aiitimigrain nre cure

J- i. the coitrary }he is much pleased with the T6lh. From btiirke Tampa and return known you did not Care'to hear of this railrnad whlJ.m\ have charge of the open it next October. headache.PariieM. I
Leave llrunswick MarchS. I -
onr *4ate. $2 75; Hampton $3 50. L-iwtey $2.7!: place I would have kept i U quiet. 1 only party: Sunday. Harry IZilliard has gone abroad to fill contemplating building

. ,.. ; In order to obtain this rate first secure a told the truth. but< irS! the truth that arrive at Jacksonville same day; leave several important engagements, and ho. will! End Bash and doon at ; .
Mr. ternhul' 's new house is lap cucfess Jacksonville March 9. brrivc at St. Augus.iue will tna'ko.D, effort to secure a comic
rertifiiMte; fr'oni the County I siipcitijlendent hurts.Ve humbly that we do I TrubySternbnrg & Co.
It i is finelOO'kifli 1 leave I the time.Prett .
idly Hearing completion. y I s.ime day; same day for opera at same "'
which U to be proseii'ed to the railroad not get gu-ino by the cur lord but then Rig- reduction, on cluthlug at
.t structure and 'an ornament Jacksonville and the 10th for Savannah. Rachel Booth baa resigned from I(t
ng''t.t.,110 will issue the srl-cialow! our groves don't need auyi The scent-rv JlOd.t & A'varsx.
to the town. The little TOW recently bad with the the Pauline Hall Comic Opem company

4 ; J. L. (UASKINR priced ticket For any other information Sampson U,iSts of we can enjoy any time liuhiir.s of the Dakotas; : proved to be an and she will in future bv a member uf Truby, JSternliurg: J. ('u. will rU
Mr. lIJ.. IHUiird of / .holJ- Sii vrintcudent J. L. simply by walking down the hill to the
'r'ia :< apply lo Coiniiy ]}> "drill" for .Uncle Sam's soldurs. Charles Frohman's couipjiay.JlKs sash and doOrx at J>u-k .oii\ille price
UEALttlt IK \ille, was here on Thnrsdav. lie is IIi 11. tlat below; when we pel tiled of U we expensive -'n Tnt .
Ham,the Japanese contortionist WANTED ; of 10
Fo'lowing' arc some of the figures con" ,
- ,- J Drugs & Medicines one of the most popular diummer A Ncpro Killed at I. wte)'. climb up the hill iian.' Has Sampsonites ill the expense account as furnished to w attracting considerable attention at 000( Ainukem, to vend) each, a tmplv
on the road. any bill lo climb when they are tired of the New York Eden Mnsee. Her featsof
lot of 150 "NICKEL" cigars and a
I gtarkc, Fla ------ Lift wc'tk in a iOleully between congress by the secretary-of war: The
the flat? contortion bnt little short of
Physicians' Prescription Mr. T. J. Ilarrel! has purchased, w bite: lad by the name of Newsom and a triui!poriatiiQ of troops cost the snug sum are wonderful 20 year gold1 filled watch, by ex-
: Wheu I luid read whit "Starke's
(l'cf"llll Compovndetl at all haurit-(Inn o* of Mr. C. M. Spatkman tie house iii'gro. at Law('). the negro was cut with said I wonderedl!at could youngman" have of %395,000. and for extra cl tiling cunp Frank Mordannt expects to make a press (?. O.D. '5'.25 awl allow ex
CQ
.:, 01 nitfd and lot on Thompson btiect knownas a knife and died fro-n: the effects of the t quip: ge and hordes $7,000.. To cover amination. Havana Cigar .tWinston
become of that! mighty river which in the big hit in Mr.: Potter of TeJ1J.: ? lie
to tip Coo bey house. wound the next day. A coroner's jury. dilTeicnces in the cost t between actual! and has recHved his part and himself ,' K.' c. .
1'V. H. RIVERS"DEALErMX times when Lake Mullen had! the court expresses "
:
impaneled! and found verdict that N5w jirin gnodaat r
was a contract prices for supplies necessary and as being-highly pleased with it ;
'
Mr. Jam: laiJolmson: who was so house baffled the l belt eiplneering talentour ,
: ,- -> badly ]po:-% jl bv fating fanned the negro ciune to his death by a knife backwoods possej-sniiin bridging II. oilier items, brings the total up to $1,300- Miss Minnie Seligman will ba the heroina. Truby, Sternburg & ,Cu.

loljTrinre has wotind cau-ed 1 by the boy '? lW.Lim.) and 0)((0. which, addt-d 1 to tile other expenses. Milton Nobles expresses hint-self as beIng We bavtLi'k received *.. .
peats not; now fully compelled the mnil earn'r to swim it und
f DRUGS AND MEDICINES recovered f rBdHteiri'rts. iK-oinmi-iided( that the matter be investigated will ,nike The (w "-t of the campaign about entirely satisfied with the recentioa nierons invoices of n', good, '4e'-- ,
\\'Hil C'CI 'firtit MInI1KY It source of eiir
ct "
l .. by the grmid jury.) 11 i is Hud by II' 2000000. Indian was may be a luxury\, accorded "From Sire fh BJaId; will as div goodn, clothing, shoes bats
- : HU ami tremblir-i;>ocotjn'v_ )Imcer AhdJtthe. \ t rrvtrf I W'-J.v;, ni, tCOT in th* a lQuuob. l'
'r .J1rc'v J-C .CoIi. I,t .11' ek..iur.iler I f.1r '*<&***Kt*< t't' l urytllJu" 'OIJ r r'-- ---- ot'y J r '' L : '' p | .4 "
.Jt '11' nr!___l ? Tgi 1' ut\A.f P*"""*"'''" "-'*"'*y I boy .'c"oltm was JUt-I1IiNIIII. his action a t m11mTe; :i-: _. northwest extending to Salt Lake City. 41'rtiby, Htf'rnhorg k (;.

] Clo"tng I 1,; st tong LTaI: (IT.il"r'-' in town (tl 1 bis'I I "1 the nrgio had 'nearly f klIccllhe( boy' .youug num 5un-lci' it to know by l'IollJl'oU.n pbea.ant.. Little Delia Fox and big De Wolf

:. -and- .f w<>ek lookfiK I 'fler the' depaittAgsenotor'ti \ with a stick before he !brtd mac1tnwy reNcwsitin this time __. '.' -FfutDA*_-L-:CIUCKKU.. Only eight years go a single piiir of Hopper have been singing "We Wilt GOOdS are Trnhr chuaper than eWr' Cu.at
iutrc..1( the Mongolian! phra'.int. an excellent tternbtirg&
j Both See ThiThlng Through" to law .
;: .' _. .i'IIUI ,is btU 14 years old ands Lake .Butler !'Ne>vs. I
Genls' Furnishing Goods. -- game bird of beautiful plumage, was sent audiences throughout the ". \Will &:5;;iiicuui.ihi.; ",
country. a
,. '
It i is nori1itforaiua to order lWiI ;IhII\ been a pcwceiilik'! quiet boy TLc school txhibit uat Lake Butler yon
from China to turned tIes in the Air" has had far
Oregon. They were so a znoai nice road
cart uheap.
He will await the action of the was a d'cciclci! :. 1wo "
; the l'i)1l'r: sent to his address grand juryJury succ pieces, 'F lie _
? county j successful
DRY GOODS & NOTIONS I loose to breed, and the legislature passeda season.
, I Children of the Ycnrt md The
and then pn>>it\ely refuse to hay Li.st. and Army I Kw protecting them Trom destrnctiun' _. A contract has jest boon signed by Why should you pay rent if v<><*

: fiw it, and yet a great many do rn.We List; of immes drawn Mmrh. 2. 1891. to Xuvy. reserve pedal 1 rncittion. for eightycars. The lesult Las ben that Mme. Fnrsch-Miidi. now in Paris for through the help of the New South
Hav'ng just reci'ivt'd a lurpe stof If pf have a list of all such which we grand-Mini; Every pic'ccVltl rendtrtc Cl the best of thirty in oratorios uilding and Loan Asftorrufmn can
serve as ut the appearances concerts
_1 the ,lnive jriwxls we are prepared tt. petit jurors ensuing now Mongolian pheasants are said to lie
sup- will keep for reference.Hon. the pupils' nbilily. >Itt,c for thj enl r- and festivals ia tho United States and build for l.
a .1101111! c yourself
ply your wmits. Give us a, call and in4 ; spring t teim of circuit court: a* plentiful in Orrgoo as jack rabbits In y pay-
tuti' nil-lit was furnbhrav| Hsa OaitieDckle Canada, connncacinij April 1. under the little than
eA before lug
cur good buying else hue.w. MouOily; a more you
J. >. Piiofl member of the CUAND JVIIORS. California. They are so numerous and
., RIVERS M IJ. Grcis nnd \ster Seb King I management of F. M. Rnbon. would have lit forrrnt? .
ii. ,
lepislatuie from Clay ( J B McCulley! 8 C Crews have become so thoroughly -climaled pay
- -- .- 'JI" 'ounty"a Arch .Moore S E BioiikcrItMAhiiuz Owing lo the incU-raunc* of the weather -- --- C. OJ.r: 'fJ1, agent.
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: ''au..23 .STARKE FLA.SAI.AIIY in'the city' on wines-day. MrP.; U'EWniurigUt I purt of "program" w*a dispensed with tint" though thc law protecting than has! f EXTREME FANCY NOVELTIES. '

i is a good practical farmer, awl flay W now expired by limitation there i It every For Commissioner.
H County
;.' .: Williaii>8?'n E D rmclf Our private fcchool,"iil begin without Salad bowls resembling a huge lettuce
.
$,;5 PICK WKEKYA well ftVI that her intcrtsts fl r M Mc-Cod J-M to believe Hint the uorthweat has :
.- '" county may: RFsing nny'vacatioii. It; i in h jTV that will reason leaf. The friends nf }fr. A. W. Ikwwaloff
W .\ Nl'ED-Good Agents to sell our general are in good 'liai.tK Hrrr.Ann. iKal H.T Andrews we gained a permanent and very valuable .nn4.uic bin at a c-aD4,1ate fnr .._ T P give as nlctnD : "uent at the close Wicker hasketa Swiai
-- line of Ucrchnutiise. No peddling j_i n i j -I Oilom W C KerceC addition its natural Mock of wqrk having m. County Cmnaistionrr from
'Above salary will by p,iI lo "11\'("IIg nt8 The tax collector ba- been in town J Knight M .1 Coleman of it as we did ut the i'li? of the puMic to game chalet tops Lnke Butler dIstrict! No. S/and nk the .'t' .

For further information address all of this week.::'(collecting tax/p/ G U
1 CHICAQO CEKERAL SUPPLY CO.. PETIT'JCKOKs.Klishn 'flicYork house has marine underwriters water the turning C"ninii<.ioners ,1tCtiuD.
This is his b"tt it71uI' ': lie -A111: '-.l quite a run of Captain Et-lls. agent paib.

I rochtjy, No. 178,W. Van Buren Street, make up }liis list for ah' l tjl\'nwJJl Kite F It Morgan. 'f. patronage for the l*Rt t oweeks.OriHige baa just returnee from Jupiter Flower basket of filagree or latticework I his! Ftwcsn..

"" -. Chicago, III. on the 20th; nil tax Hot paid by thai) 1l W I L_W McKinnry Chapman U Jacob: M Kelly RbnnusOMAlvurtz I trees are in it illul1.and nature inlet. By inh'uctious from Lloj da msutance china. For County! Connnll Jo "r.

Do You Want to SaYG' time will be increased with the costs Iloht. WarnnXVm Las pnt,oii. her verdant rdhaofsprtng. company of London, he has Manicure sets on a silver plated. fan, The friend uf Mr. J. R. Ciw. take .

; 25 TO fiO CENTS ; dollar [Hodges .T L Turner SlntYibenies, are plenttfu;ia and around made arrangements with theUnited Stalin shaped tray. ., p' _.lIre in armouncng! hin a c.niliit.
on A few friend or.Ir. and Mr
every .
J P McCulley W E for County CommlfMntier tro\ Lake
? Knight Luke BUII'r.'r signal observer that all foreign vessels of Black talk brocaded with a powdering
. I you t spend If so. write for our Illustrated 1' T. llugil met at th'eir reMden-e, 'Hi nun iJcnueil Wilij-mi Tisoi\ Butler comtMiw.onera rliMrici lio, 2. ansI

l''iiiTie. cwbiituinin JJlusirations 4 miles fioin town, nn Tuesday e\e- H E FllxwCll'th Til Uimes Vie arc glad to annUncht >Ir..King.. different nationalities passing that station of tiny stars. Htk for him the suffrage the voters uftb

and pilct-s of vcrj thieg manufuctuied in fling, the occasion In-itij the 40th A \V llirhllc.J. ,I U,Wuinnght who has been quite sick, i 13 liettfr.! ; bound north or south will be reported by, Quill fans tapering at one end and in ,t district af the drcuou f..r county

Master Clinch cable Lontl ombre shAdings.Silver temruinfioueri, to be held. Marcia 9t IBJfl.
the Unied istates. AT JK\NUFALTU1 atulwertafy of Mr. llugil. A very An Evidence Wcaknexs.- Oilom. f-oj in IVovulencr, to Lloyds, n.11 American ihtiFataxte.For *
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ERS PRICES. I .O( Illustrations.! pleasant qvening was ,spent with Every d- will attend,our privuueicj.j Olud 'to vessel are now reported to the New paper clips and weights in the : .
lines cl\ cst.ib'ished newspaper teccivcs have you with ufj Clinch. York Herald. Jupiter Is the farthest shape: of tennis bat.Thermometer County Cuiuniimlouer.
: icprcfeutwl. LOG. CE mailed various games and a-delightful le-
: from
: free on application.. pasl wa'herved at 11 o'clock. Long subscriptions! large cities How sad it it U to cOlIld cphtc the fact point seaward on the Florida coast the mounted on a silver aoc The friends of )tr. J. 11. ,Mont .-

Address life and for tlie which puzzle the publisher, but which the thai when we return to our'ttcliau;! dutieswe gulf stream running close in shore. AU gilt stirrup and strap. utiuni-e him ai a candidate for On.lyConitniwiimcr
plenty to eat of
rest New York Times, explains! follows: of th. .5th commif tioae r.
Cut bowls heart foe :
CHICAGO hiS life! will will miss from :Jelr.accustomed vessels bound up or down the coast to glass shaped.
GEL SUPPLY CO. district (Uaniplon)) and ak fur kits tiaKtiffrAgcwf
'A
wholesale merchant the city who flowers, etc.
places sUllie of our feUo>''cUss-innte American ports.. West Indies or South preserves the voters .f tJwt ifrtrti.t at

178 W. Van Buren St.; Air. J. T. Jaqnesof ,Boston, Mass., becmn-tic I. in the business _sityS his rule Tis true we will have others tnstrad, but I American ports, always take their bearings Fichu collan of' stone marten on tan the clr ti(.'a to U held March tb. 1891.

: ,1'1f'. inche-ly. CHICAGO. ILL.WHEN' ; is !in the city, stopping at !'Airs is.that.whenevcr he sells a bill of goods -old friends are best" for r li that. Many from the light. It is a very important and fawn cloth jacket h1zs7atzxi ,. .<

i.'i .. : :' : '" 11$arnum's.: Mr .Taques is ranch on'crt-dit, lie immediately sub&cribck. I' (or and vatied are the seenciife. but truefriends matter and will be of great benefit to Heavy kid glows having long raoooqaetaire Fur Cuuty ComtuiaMiuner.TL .
'_ : : ; : pleased with tark lie i is much the l' cal: ucwfpttpcruf Lib debtcrr. S .. cuffs lined with fur
( ." ) and rnxritiu.e ill rt..its It !Ii
are uctt'r 1orgittea ". ,commerce a friends {\f 31r- }:.J. Wwnrifil
1- ;' :i bent-fitted in health since he came long as the cu&tomer advertised. vigorous, POOE,1YK III. national Courtesy.Calitornia Bamboo foot and fire stools decked take pleasure in announcing him as a

her, and \\jll remain until the first Iy. the nercbant was Satisfied, but as soon -l.\ with cushions tied on with n ooIl&- candidate fur County ('uuiinis i>int-r for

: of May.Mr. hi lie bq gan tq contract ida advertisin* Iloll of U6itor' has appropriated thc sun of Dry Good Economist diHiiu-t Nov 5 and n>k fur him U. 111I.
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the fact was For pupils of lasl term of Jxr'iool I l JTo. 9. ,3-JQOOO) fur representation( nIlb stats frNge nl the Ili a>mg el.ctiiiw
taken eridence that
and Mrs. Turk Master Dan Turk space CIl.'W altUe world1 fair*..NOW'-yrMt'wfl1. F.}) BITS OF SCIENCE. Jbn! NnK:
.-. there was trouble ahead :and ibo creditor Pliny: JuJu.) ('r. vrs i.la'do! -
and Sirs- Ida Strong of Oil City Pa., MargkCrews1 __, ___ __ I
,K J "' -. are guests of 'Hotel Sterling Tarpon i invariably Avon'forthe debtor.! The merchant RbJd:4 Crews D .;owning \V. .Wiuegar,' the Palalfca banker Several Hew York photographers are i FOIl COUNTY COMMISSION

Truth. saidlhli Use man unois loo l'iMr JtJio.liplwnJ1i Titc. .ro\vninz has purchased the entire Drsston possessions constantly experimenting with the hope The friends j of il r.. D B. Unigkt Ukpl .

16 make I kt Is llI.rL *JVillillmsnt li1WiJliamg in Volusia county, consisting uf of soon being able to successfully photograph -; .
1.Is.Luint4s.* own too oor to. 'l asnre.in aanouncieg: him a- .C&didaf.t.
Alf .
of the abopt nniaid people are'wcn .. colors.
TuomasDrew I Attt
WilVams .rclk'ln 100,000 acr., most of which ar': situated
do
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business Tuc Jtlidrawal -
of an .ad'ievid fur Cc'iint commissioner from Lab flat- ..
f\wn lU Sht'k.r", l!' pentiastwherNot Cllson'ChH' C, flat woods between tba y '
cy (n'I I l hattie pine Jidget It has recently been found that certain '
""". -. ,, of weakness which wholesale J'e8t'e Cnfl"u Jff' Itr district. No. 2. and nulicit the) -p n. -
c. ; ry'( :dtn and the coast. It is heavily limbered and fuugoil growths have the of :
r--- N -- -f" -- >; .men are pot slow to act upon" Monson Edw, rds ThomarEtl\Vards j t is rich IIi cypress timber aldne. The consideration removing gold from water containing power it of lL. voters at the coming ,I ctiun.

#J E.e\
LJ to the !lku'a *.Cllnlill11y invited to come our business men. The TELEGRAPH has Bertie Jason Thus djtt thescjands have been filed. for record.Keukf ..
'
Nona C son Alice Wlllfoms Geologists: have proved that the diamond Foil COUNTY COMJlhJSlONKH-
tory (.rg1\us upoii't their )'e md olfac- muny.subscribers among New York and Janie Williams rl
Llnnie Wili! m! ", Florida, lisa ripe Japan plums mines of South Africa are situated Tbe mnny fricucs of E. L. SUfford,
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of the pen, Jbe abundant blossoms Savannah wholesale merchants.At Frank-Rivers -
orange. Henry RIVeTS in rents and
lime trees the chimneys varying from 70 '
1tIio11'tad peach him lxr S .
( crop tn-wing lo a iLrrnUj! 4lIl'able!
found( nowhere :1s "IUDl! and peach.. iiI Mary Rivers Ont WYers to 1,500 feet in diametnL .' ,
It PnddvVh the Churches Lizzie Steward Susan, Sirct' promise- to If a good one. businessman and farmer announce Lira

ble wnb ilCkncs lias been confined-at Methodist services by the pastor, Rev"Jos. : Julia Kite Julia Crew* _7 .' New York Suu'saysthat the beds :e the planets, the sun is all the as M dnimble candidate fur County i coinmzsbji -

I TOIT ARE IN STARKE to his strawberryH Jm. j is now able tn retuin F. Shawls Sunday morning. Subject John Jefferson Andrew Crews NOM Dennis Crews of pLcoiplmiv: rock; In- 'Florida surpass in time round spinning onw i'} lika about a" 25 top. It and tnra 8 f r fur 3d euinmiasl.ner'i .tWrti.

bo aura ami inspect the block of rr &' Ai near Lawtey. His ,. "Earthly delusions." The evening James Browning Cleric Br Andrews'uin
;: Tin ware, Crockery, Wooden ware, JIl yield service will l he a union service.-! .\Vflls,. Jkllie Welll! i the world." Harvard coming-election. -
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:: Glass ware, Cutlery, Shirt, Drawers "r'; C. )1. f- ,. Barton Waters1,011" Wit'" astronomers haTe convinced J _. 1AJT hIUH;
?. ___ Marion Jloody Jliles f Lake cnuniy} has a population of 2.1.13.il) themselves th-t tS bright giant 1Ita. -- -

,- Jluchinj, Stationery, Towels, .To the many n-llLb.L1iaIIks. Cbti..tia$ .:Sc'rvices Lord's day at li a. \o? 1Zl>:Crews.Crow" [people: Dade county Las on'y 861. the 1 1t. Vega or Alpha Lyr. is not double as An interesting eight in Barnaul tnaeem

- .e-- SockEt, Stockings, BUttOns, Under who manifested fin muclkK.'rs anti fricuigCnrd m., by Prof.,G. P. Yoiuig. assisted by ELJn, ffTT.. sihaJJe of any jn,the staie. while Dqvaluput l j Fowler tie Enf 1 tali astronomer,recently t rkof Kansas ia. the pine bc.n1'r

Vests, Corsets, Lace*, etc, And one pelf nt d denr husband duringicjncsg to my.: EHer Pant, of Kentucky. 'AH arts in- '1'rr1cl1d t. announoL adverti* m nt>of undertaken tab
I down at 26.0Can4t5eep) .
hundred thousand 1 other at tides.TOfJ ucs8,1 hereby tcnd"r the m V uis last IllsMild vited. .. I, stone znazmfactnrurmtacked up on the
tioccre tuauk of Florida -
niygraV needs more :
nndgame
bumble &Jriugtat sh
CJk.y GET TUK B1GUEST EAUGA1X8 surrowful bearVwhich breathes t Nights To teach a dog to "speak hold awn trees by enterprising: advertisers.Sir

UNDER THE SKY ULUE HEAVENS wlfrh for every ont';uud a prjw iv".fuj" kind and Ircli1JJtcti3t.rYICts Sunday morn laws. If the:wholesale' dW ruction N the complnlut of thousands suffering' dainty before him when he is hrajry I

and dun't fail to tsll at the I blessing upon every hind which dmi'a' ing. Rev. II. Keigwin officiating. If goes on as at present the* sute wj! cv seto .from Asthma,. Coiiauwptiun ,Coughs At first be will not know what wanted; John Labbork kept a queen be*

New York, Auction Store. I I Urrwi 11 iv net uf kindness for his corafuNyjJPund interest is manifested services will be Cft.- be a sportsman's paradise jn i Jd. of l-( : tc. .'KMnedr ni.) y t>n?ever If ki6e tbr Vr.be,Acker"% Kosrtlsh -. but say "Speakr to bun, and when he I for fifteen jean a test proving bet eaa
I
' vlU I tvliefKImtly. ,' I r,I tinned aU!) next week at 0 a. m. and 7 yeaf;.J ays the :Orlaulu Repoti ;;and u, .kttuwn for all Lnn Trouble preparation;', ,Sld on barks which be u pretty sure to do when to be just as fertile at that age M Ujr

t truly an'l1'Ct'pcctfully. i. Pr' tr1 might lane'atLicd that FloridjTceeds a poa.it.ivt gtrifle. .5 25o aW. .. be finds the morsel stall beyond bin reach. : were twdr years' befoeaTb .
r }(EART J. OEIGER. .itrn <
1 H ------' 1 : Uw that will abvHsIi custom of flung 8 ''T.- '- H. feed it.to him at once. Ha will soon associate -

REWARD. tr : tho Yord"-t* wit the bark meat complex of all the aaiaal
Notice Uw woods flten i 1w
Ids and ; a
the Uw in this '
U pit.-The. will be service gimc -
: f .4 1 will! give fl1'fdoflars reward to any I Citizens! Of Starke. notbeh church to-nijftit. Rev.nrt lloleoianf kUie_but ti is nut enforoif.: and, ffr bill I I(jour'wimt'fA; tep ,posle*! upon ,and the dainty. single tissues optic fa-tho MITe brain ban Tha. bees fibers ctmntod of oo*

person"who will lurnKh information sufQaetit I will take possession of my fild po row ii H useless.. A.law 1
I" bJe lo be .. rn1bjf. til The largest and heaviest under the
f present.i : g :dl! matters concerofn g county and building stone a mlcroacopo to mmbarof
.:- to convict the person w i-ersons the City U/tkt'ry.uo Monday" morning the Thom the firiag of the 'UOtli.1rqwd '
.be equally ever quarried in England was taken from about 800,000. The number bt tile bn

who K't fire to my Louse on the night of Sth '1D61.. 'i nd will J>.ve ,h"kc.lart 10 o*. s'.otk tu! i Vans while looking fur plowItr !. blw yer. unless enforced': Haoy t:uto and, cterytlilniy tranHptritig !in thePlanldngton quarry,near .D moat.therefore be UH220O40 OO V tQ

*tFcbn! arr29tb, igSj. A, clock. ../': JOSEPH ECKERT, 1t trace cLsiimUddcf. iaJsdisonouoiy.! !found Ihous nd dollars worth of proprrty Udettroyrd : -i < .' Febnarjv 18S3. It was in "one,. piece regard to cells; they ro eovaOass. Kojaethodot

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c4 FLORIDA STATE NEWS. lost nearly all of his fense and. had Mrs, Screven now keeps her front door shipping Lee county's phosphate will -WANTS O] '-.- ; '-

Brgdlbrd Couu O Te1eM quite a number. his orange trees locked when she is In the rear part of soon commence. '

? \ Injured; 3Ir. ,.McDavid and a nnnv. the home or up-etairs.. ''Oeola PlaI1ult. lir.

\ CULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES .IN ber of other? lostfences, ; the fence Jeerer bent -, It rumored that,the'Xdve'Oak- In- I Truby Stembqrg & Co.i ,

-- TCBLZ5UD TODAYo CONDENSED FORM., around the Hagan property was We never:knew. the promise of.an tit ute will be removed to Ocala if cer. ..

:;A nm.A. also burned. There is a law against abundant fruit crop to be better. .The, tain conditions_ are complied with-the.i .. i 1
x t-fikS! Items of Little or no latereif. Bat Happenings pear, peach and plum trees covered conditions donation of _
1' _ firing woods without e notice, and are being a $15,000 I
I
"AU tho Sam,",From_Differ. with blooms! and fruit while the in cash and ten of land
[. ,xyjonToFTHIS somebody should get picked up by young acres : WANT TO SILL TOU TOUR OEOcKRI :!. PR VISION .ft.otm. OQSN. 07 M
.
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air is
". r..o1UD.I'PBESS ASSOCIATION.THI : eat T rU of the State Prepared toy Ed- the gra jury they need not be ant- heavy with sweet perfume. J. W. Pearson our real estate boomer HAY,AND BBA2T.

1VTUiLVX" V,. Last Saturday night John is still in the bus-
Anderson on top phosphate
Sclsiors. prised.. ,,
l
PBXO Aaocuzxov.TEBXS \or THEY WANT TO SELL TaU TOUR DBT GOOD AND NOTION :
NAXXDXAI. Prea.It a colored manBwho has been driving ateam iness. He has in the last: six months
.
Fbtt ifyen
.tanculturfLIt
f'tord4 THEYVANT TO BSLL YOTJ YOTJH cLOThING AND TUBNI3HINO '
k
BUBSCBZPTIOa.' is said that the phosphate companies is reported that there are a large. for Stillwell, :Milieu & Co., was paid out in cash over $42,000, and thislarge 600M. _

O.e year...._ ._._...-I1. now operating in the State make a number of tarpon in the river opposite paid.off' try his .employers, whereupon sum has been paid principally to THEY WANT TO SELL TOU TOUR BATS AND CAPS.
.
Mr moot)" be put on his best bib, and tucker colored THET WANT TO SELL TaU TOUR :
4 All mt.cl1pnoDi must be pmid' invartebt7 In profit of from f 4 to $5 per ton on all tho town; but they do not "take the bait" and men. BOOTS SHOES AND BUBBEM.

vJvaBCw. '.ixo dUortalnmoa' ia fire ct a&/ rock sold. worth a cent. Therehas been one fine put out for negro i festival which'wasto TTaxhUitifcw CountTints.. THEY WANT TO SELL YOU TOUK HARDWARE, TOOL AND BUILDING MATERIAL

j 110"CommunlofttloM]; upon all matton.of tomltaterert So far as we have heard the Florida one taken at Punta Gorda this season.If be held,that night at Baker's MilL The. naval. drill will come off some THEY WANT TO SELL fOU TOUR WAGONS BUGGIES AGRICULTURAL IMFLErMINTS.
whetted from all parti of U counts During the of the festival time next week at Pensacola, and will]
progress a
but to r.ceir attention lucnmnt be aooosni4 *- Horticultural Society bas not receivedan there Is_ naught to hinder, Fort SKIDS AND TEBTUXEERS.THEV .
fer a reeponaibl! nama-oot for publicarWoa negro by the name of'Charlie Brown no doubt draw a K1"eat'crowd to that
4 ,but u a ruarant of rood tattbu invitation from a single place in Florida Myers will have hundreds of bushels eard I WANT TO SELL YOU TOUB SADDLES. HABNES3 AND WHIPS IN FACT'
was- on the outside of the houseas beautiful and interesting city.
JlO'1'ICli '1'0 It1I8O&1Uaa.Tb : ; i
to hold its annual meeting. Verily of mangoes this year; 'thousands of THEY WANT TO SELL BTXBYTHEfG
(.time when subscription expire to prlote if in altercation with YOU MAT NEED. GIVE: THEMA
engaged
on each wrapper,or paper. with the addreaf our people are blind to their own interestsin bushels the following year, and in an We are glad to note that there are a TBIAL, AND TaU WILL BE CONVINCED THAT THEY
tioawlU oe promptly. stopped w. some one, and of the
aadubtctii< in
upon some company trees being set out the
of the great ,
lea otherwise ordered. Those who eoptl not showing more appreciation about three years, as the young groves many WILL 8AVJS TOU KONXT ON BYEBYTHINO YOU -

I ,,')take the paper from the ofio. will to a- work done by the Florida horticulturists.A come into bearing, there may be, pos looking out oC'the house they town... This 'is a move in the right' di .. BUT UbATTfl2 ArTLMZ GCAH-
4Mictdtop7foT1tthtQU. saw Brown fire off his piStoL There rection and will at some future day add -
-, e'peclmen opes free to auT"4I'- slblyenough raised for home con ) -' AOTXB. : TUB ..
IB club of&ve to on ponofflo 1.l1e T.A-D. SWr. was no interruption of the festivities, nu& to the looks of the place. ,- QUALITY AND f
to Mnt ODIe sumptl n.Several
omnrnr XBLKUUM will
FORD A demented negro was taken in charge however, and Brown QUANTITY OT
yarforI4.UO have in town shortly after firing last week Rev. J..
parties been On :Wednesday
ibould be made by checkpoit: St. GOODS.
ItemllUncei by Sheriff Bowman on the steamer off his "istol left the
.. note:,money order or rerxtered letter.ADYEETISINO I morning and lodged in the past few days, evidently lookingover j place. Next K.Powell,of this place,was summoned
Lucie Sunday morning Anderson
was found lying in '
the country on phosphate busi- by teltiram'to the bedside ')f his dying
a -
BATES of the cells of the jail. Ha is evidently the yard, at
I one ness intent. Fort Myers and Lee coun- a corner,of the house,,dead, nephew, Dr. Lamb B. Powell, of
Dependa upon petition tad lenrtlt of time te suffering from hydrophobia, as with bullet hole just under his right Truby & Company
.
run and will M furnished upon application.OFxICLlL he screams and bites at everything that ty are being pretty well advertised in eye. Justice A B. Small and Ashford, Ala. Dr. Powell arose early Slernburg
Sheriff ,
Idof. into this, particular line'of industry and in the morning and :went out to feed ,
: Begot
be or can ge Sharp were
notified
sees and
business in- I they went up, he had in
minor, though important, his horses two of which a
the adjoining cell with two other negro empanelled and _
a jury hld
I :
) half. terests overlooked to a great extent. an inquest. stall, with a partition between. One LStaAe
/ and scared them
/prisoners jnday The Florida
Baker's
negroes at Mill
assert that
D1BECTOBY.Mayor { subdued him Gettingout phosphate pays largely, of these horses was almost blind, atd ,
'bu
deatb, they finally Anderson's touched
but takes"lots" of'money to get body' was by none by kicking at each other they had _
( jit .
-L
anT 07nQJm& and put him ck in his cell. Tuesday of them f .,
I rftyjj.Tlje time it was discovered f -- ------ -- ----
-CLPeck. he raved sdthat it'w s found necessary started. about kicked'doWn. this partition. ,
An Ancient Town
S AJderm""D-WTW'. R o Heiberrer;F BI to tie his hands and feet, and while the Keu Wof.Advert***. sheriff! unJjvajofthejustjce,y] Pg, .,-i); and While in the stable)feeding this blind The Okahumpkian, speaking of the THE TRAVELERS'HOTEL
Morgan,J Alvarw: ,J M Truby. oth.. death in this was found on the horse he passed around the horse and
the ,
to
several
Pritchard and We regret record
Clerk-Walter Will*. sheriff, Capt. body;; it had 'i4bbed of early history of their place, says:
Treasurer W )Iol'l"n. era were attending to the binding (Capt. city on Monday last of Mrs. Mary Ann thing-wheth1.by the one who every killed touched him, whereupon the horse began Okahumpka was named after a Seminole Corner Bay and Cedar StretJacksonville

Marshal-D L Atyarez.a Pritchard holding one of his feet) the Lowe, aged 84. She .was the motherof him; or some one else,is unknown.On kicking him,no doubt thinking he chief, who was the last to disputethe Fla.A .

-_ kicked violently against the doo several of our leading citizens and was kicking the other norse, and did of before the
negro right way encroaching
I County Judge COUOTT-W.F.OFFICERS.Mu ph ui. of the cell, which caused 1t,to swing: to will be greatly missed. ford lust in Satniday Sawannee evening, at Brae not stop until he had inflicted fatal whites. He made'a desperate fight on new brick hotel haying all the comforts -
county, Arthur wounds. Drs. Howell Dothan I of the more expensive houses. Convenient
Clerk or tte!.Circuit Court-T.WkL the forehead, ,of ,and
the Captain on the
and strike We are pleased to note that city Martin the very spot where the old village was and
all Especially
or i Ao
son Hon. 8. M. Martin Wa.8 of Gordon depots
Stapleton, were summonedat landing.
AMCSOr-T W ,
SweatSheriff the
him badly. At latest have to improve
quite commissioners
- bruising planned shot and afterwards laid out. Smile, not, gentle adapted to .
-P S CreW seriously wounded by Hon.R.A but could not the
Tax negro bad not improved any and.it is the foot of each city street by a once, they save reader. If you had.been as long as old .. Elegantly furnished rooms, single or en
AtleISOr-N C Watnwrlyht. difficult to what turn his Ivey.Fertandfna dying man, and in about seven hours suite. Tables good as the best. This
afford the
tax C Ilec or-JL It.Hale. extremely say raised bulkhead that shall Okahumpka has you would be"laid out"too.
hotel furnished and
was built
Mirror. he Dr.
Powell
Superintendent of School*-.J.L. Hill. case will take. citizens a small promenade-a sight of passed quietly away. operated
County 8un'eTor-W. H.JBdwarda C. B. much loved -hp the M a $3 a day house. Rates rre now reduced
Mr. Van Dieman special of the was as a citizen and high eArning; of whites brought;
Liberia. the clear blue water and a glance out agent 2 while the service is
County OommlMlODert-T. A.KnUrht. D. B. Live Oak Banner of With them to $ a day,
bmlrh.Itn1lfh&.E.A. Todd. W.JL nnhoteterr)!. V. The time receiving offers of a site over. the horizon from city property. Immigration Bureau of Florida, is in ly esteemed as a citizen in the commu- .many o.LOU changes.gui and the country store came, and the better than ever. This I the ONLY
the city gathering statistics of the nity in which he lived, and will be ALL YEAR ONLY |3 A
agricultural and throve HOTEL
for the new courthouse at Fernandina rttttonriQa ew&The Okahumpka grew apace.
STATE OTTICER& -Jaanufactnring and other missed. He was a young man, about Later on Colonel Hart, now living at DAY Al citizens -
Governor Fleming" ',Jacksonville. has been extended: until :March 11th, orange groves in, this section_ of Florida are at home The
industries of Nassau county. He is 30! years old, with bright prospects before i Palatka,started a line of steamboats up
Secretary! of BUU-Joanl
wfordCraw. omnibus meets all trains. Secure
have alre.adybE'en rooms
fOM,111e.Attome. noon. Ten propositions never looked better at this season of the also collecting samples of creosoted hiui'for a useful life, which: makes the Ocklawaha liver, and made the mail
by or
,- nera-Wm. Lamar,Uontloella filed. wharf at Old Okahumpka, the head of teleprphBUTO
to
than now, and it is encouraging
f Trauurer 8. POM Maoclenny." year timber, Florida, woods,canned oysters, it doubly sad that he should be cut off This of
_ _ Commissioner of AgrIou1turs-L., ,; B. Womb' The county commissioners of Orange note the care being taken by the ownerso thus in the bloom of manhood. He navigation. course, brought :K. BARRS,
well. palmetto fibre, etc., to be placed ttnie. and thing looked very promising.
Oomr>troller-Gen.rllW.TJ.mo bam. county have given notice that they groves to utilize and cultivate them among the ifhibjts of the office at Tallahassee. was conscious to the last, aud said to Hundreds of bales of cotton were ship. P prietor.COlmercia .

.Superintendent&djutantOtneajDav14 of Publlo LaD Initnictlcn 1'.Cedar Kert. will receive bids for the erection of a up to the hiplit i state. The trees are As the work Mr.Van Die- his friends he was ready and willlugtogo ped every year., Mr. Jeffries alone often -

bert ttu&eU.Jacksouvills.I at Orlando to and shipping as high as 200 bales, and
new courth use up now blooming soon present a
if It God's will.
man is was
r engazed in i ii of great importance Okahumpka became the shipping pointfor
!: .
-- March 21st. ... handsome appearance. to Nassau county our people JXtlev'.iD Blcae.Thirtysix all I the southern part of the peninsular. Hotel
Manatee River Jvrna But in the time the
OeoH Banner. should extend him every courtesy.T hours brings ourw1ntervisitors mean surround -
The Sterling Phosphate Company,witha ing country had ben pretty well
from ice and snow-bound New
Friday morning, at about 5 o'clock, : IL- Sniiaiai Thomas settled and deal
Eastmore a good of clearing had
U. D. MINER as Conductor W. M. Hogan,of>\freight capital stock of $3.500,000, has lately are working '& an invention_which is York to Belleview, where they bask in b-en going on, so that, little by little, .

train on the F.. C. and P. It. R., at purchased 1,720 acres phosphate landson to pump water on a perpetual motion the warm sunshine and chat,merrily the Ocklawaha began to fall until it was
the Gamble creek, in the eastern part of together the vine-clad verandahs too shallow for freight boats. The channels -
tempted to step from depot plat principle, an&Mr. Smith states upon -
they filled with floating islands
the.county which they to develop up ,
propose
form at Belleview onto the engine, he have made a pract'cal and successful of our delightful winter homes. which made navigation not only expensive $2.OOPerDay.
- at an eatly date.
missed his footing, fell to the track experiment wirh:: it. About a"eek ago Tie good work of planting out water but dangerous, and it was givenup. J Special rates made to Weekly or
Phosphate parties are becoming so numerous
*' and the eugine passed over his right they attached'the machine to a kegrul oak shade trees still continues and before Thus the old village became almost !- Monthly Boarders. Hotel thoroughly

i foot, so badly crushing that.,member them. Nearly that it; is hard section to keep of the up co-m-with of water, which they raised fifteen feet the season ends some two or three wards wholly the Florida deserted Southern and notlong railroad after-es renovated and ru in fir t-la order.J. .

: i that the unfortunate man was broughtto every in a perpetual. stream untirall was ex hundred will have been added to the tabltehed a station at our present site and KLEINSCHMIDT, hop.I .
has been visited the ten
iI I iI Ocala and Dr. Gary took charge of ty during pas hausted. el\| week they intend to already large number of evergreen all whom time and the disasters of war
I days, and many thousand acres ol land had left moved there. So much for the
the case, assisted by Dr. Izier,in whose apply it to the driven well at Mr. East- trees that line our streets on either side
!have been bought by them. i past. As to the present,.we are a thrivIng -
his
surgical-room the amputation morels house, stod: if it is as successful! and adorn the broad, open, gently- village of five hundred inhabitants, R M. SMITH,

leg below the knee took place, with all Manatee Advocate then they wil!be read) to patent and rolling parks and a'\"enuesof Belleview. with a first-class weekly newspaper anda

the doctors in the town present, in- Orange trees, lemon trees, plum make contracts. In their invention a Lake ITtirAnw. magnificent; and well 1 appointed hotel, Attorney at Law and Notary
cluding spectators. Mr. Hoganis ; which has been so abljc conducted as to
watchmaker 23 many of and a resident of trees, mulberry trees and blackberries machine underground by a system of The old Stanton Farmers' Alliance have become famous re winter resort Public.

years age are in bloom. The plum tree! exhaustion and application of air keepsup surrendered! their charter last week. tbr*'ighout the North. B. JONES'
-
-zD- Hawthorne. are literally loaded with tho snowy a perpetual l jumping. If it is a sue- On Friday last, however, a new alliance !- BLOCK

p-JU-Jftnow Jact that Black Frank blossoms. cess, as would seem from previous ex was formed in thatdistrict.witr} CHAMP1JP I SKATES. :!Starke. : Florida.

L Jeweler I i Ross has sold Jj8 valuable phosphate" : -t<*+A JF*M vmtwlj periments, thJWrivantors ,mavhavew. 'U-U ... -i......._ _J-u.. The internation'itZ1I--.fl1ent Ends In n -- -
,.
STARKE FLIUDA.l'Yc1su.ettenUoug1ento ( property in Cifrus county to a yfdaltny1 Frank Killer and Frank Adams fortune befon ,uein. < Ly tie secretary; oflicers were electe{<4 CERlSTn. T ;1OI!.... fA

(... repairing Watch New York syndicate. The same par- killed 42 rabits, 11 quail and several Fern ndin4 s to have another cigar Saturday. .,.' tional skating tournamivit was concluded !! PEEK & FRAZEE,

'.i C'II.rii-cks and jewelry,&: 'on':*tt I disenable prices for cash. of Mr. Duval,who resides in Putnam ittonejs at- Law & Maries.
acres
but whose landj adjoin Mr. Wesson, of Smith & Wesson H I. Ross wi$open up for business as i out, and all freSgnt sent there took place last Sunday wa won by

u, __ those county of Mr., Ross. The parties who fame, with his family, is stopping at soon as. the(, ecessary arrangementscan will have to be prepaid In future. Hagan, the Norwegian champion. IB STARK, BRADFORD CO.'FLA.

the Sanford House and will stay some be"perfected.:: As both of these We shall probably here more from the second contest, to-day, Hagan.covered
law-
will begin miningat Abstracts of Title and Real Estate
made the I
purchase
..M W. TURNER Prices paid for lands ar weeks. gentlemen are practical men and of this, for when the town was started the distance one mile in 2 minutes : a speciality. Abstracts furnished sbowi -
once. considerable etperienee: they now havean 57 1-5 seconds, and Cormick the Cana-
Deed Lien Tax
i ,
_ the land is said to be ex Key Wut EtptatorDanntrat.A a depot was guaranteed them for all ing every Mortgge.
# 'way up, as well finished job, like a beautiful opportunity r of building up a good the time and went into written dian champion, in 2 minutes 3-12-5 seconds F Sale Judgment, and all.
,
Litesville Florida. ceedinglyrich: in phosphates. matters of public record and file affecting -
business in this line. nagan won the third contest,distance -
woman always pleases the eye. hencewe agreement to that effect. Title of Real Estate in Bradford
nernanao IfeuK I 3 milts in 9 minutes 15 seconds
,
-PUUAGeneral D- enjoyed our tour of inspection yesterday Manatee Arir/;/x county, Florida, up to date of Abstract-
J..'L. M. DuFour, of Bound Brook, : through the new custom house, The honey. tfop In and near Ellenton AN EXCITED PLEASURE! PAR ry. Cormick's time being 9 minutes 83 sec

Merchandise.\ N. J., paid Brooksville a pop .all-in in company with the gentlemen who promises to w the best '"n many years. onds. The announcement of the resu n DQU.RTE FOBINSURANCE

fact, two of them-last Tuesday and by virtue of becoming bondsmen for Our farmers are busy setting out to- An Alligator Strike a Small Boat WIth It* was acclaimed by 12,000 spectators.: Ha-
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Wednesday, and by his genial, courtly the contractors have the work to com- mato plants. t'owerfl11 Tall. gall was awarded $500 and Krouer a gold] FIRE .$ .

''<'!i't eo to railroad towns bu,10ur woo(! i presence made friends of all he met. the bond to since From the Palatka Herald. medal. Representing the Liverpool and Londonand
p.ete or They
pay. The piling for the ne wharf is driven
'nil tin me at Lltcivflle and be"convinced I run Among his possessions was a badge of Yesterday Mr. and .Mrs. Jas. A. Moore -S Globe, the Providence and
r "*:.il: I ou foods u cheap. you can buy .lo! Drake's' Veteran Zou they assumed' charge, in spite of the for a distance-9f about 200 feet. Washington and the
Gen. J. Madison chartered the steamer Princess for a VOTING THANKS TO REED..The .
where. Highest prices paid for' country pro. j. and this many natural disadvantages under C. O. Currtrbffers to give a lot for a Security.
duce andCotton ayes, of Elizabeth N. which they have had to-labor, coupled hotel on. tS/iver, and other lots can days' outing on the river. They were ?; Democrats Talk ot Presenting a
quick passport to the good accompanied Mrs. Jane Amory and formal Prot >t.WASHISQTOS .
proved a by
bought at railroad prices with:the isolation of the place and the be bought sufficient for extensivegrounds. INIAN DEPREDATION
graces of all the Confederate veterans Miss Anna Amory, of Wisconsin, and Feb. 26.-Speaker Reed CLIMSTbe
ignorance of the former contractorsand T40 location, in the centreof
who remembered the warm-hearted I Mrs. T. W. Welter, of New York. Capt.J. celebrated his convalescence, which re- Eipotiilltnre Under the Dill Estimated
builders, who had got the work in the town and the wharf is best
near ,
THE welcome extended to Gen. J. B, Gordon that I E. Lucas was in charge, and Dunn's stored him to the chair to-day, with a Hiirh .. $5O.000,000.WasnccoroNFeb. .
such conditior
a it was well nigh for all purposes, and we are informed 8
and his comrades a few years ago Creek the place selected for the days' characteristic talk with Representative .27.-From$10,000000 ,-
impossibleto get it systematized, have that will in
BRADFORD cnUNTY whole-souled Drake and his big- some parties put money fora Springer, who always been bete
BANK. by the done more than well, as the work itself stock COU JthY. outing. b h to |, ,0,0 ii the vague estimateof
corpS. (',ome again, Mr Du- noir. Mr. Springer ia of the Democrats -
hearted small
plainly tells What has been done Under Archie Wilson has a hen that has a The Princess had in tow a row on two of the Western Senators and Representatives -

Starkc 'Florida. sour, and bring Ihe whole tea party their supervision will compare favorably second brood of chickens. One chickenof boat, which was to be used in case the who tLnk that a formal protest wha are working;for it.noW

I. Does a general Sinking business. Ex. with you. with the best skilled labor of the first brood now four monthsold party wanted to go in the smaller creeks against all Speaker Rd's revolutionary with a the; strength of their organization -

change taught; and suld on principal F.ordaLedger 1 to fish. As the steamer was rounding a actions should b presented by the Democrats involved
I ( % any place, and this is not the opinionof was n $ weaned, but occupiedthe &to the probable expenditure
,f" cities of the United States and Europe. If you 'Would like to see a Florida those ignorant of this kind of work nest while the mother hen hatchedthe short. unattractive bend a terrible crash just before the adjournment, provided in the payment of claim

CaLLECTIONS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO boy run a successful newspaper, helpus but of men skilled in the trade. With second brood, and now the four- was heard that shook the steamer from some Democrat can get re- or Indian prop during the cen

Your Business 8O icited. by takincr our paper,and by gettingour the party'of yesterday was one who by months-old chicken takes the fourteennew stem to stern. Capt. Lucas immediatelywent tion, in place of the vote of tury. The Western Congressional Association -

J. M. SEIDLE Pres.N. friends to do so,too. Every brotherin reason of long years'experience in New brothers and sisters, scratches for aft to ascertain the cause when, to the Republicans 8 cheerfully proposedfor the only organized club of Congressmen

M. E. Conterence at this session his it noticed that the water Speaker Carlisle. There.is a differ it all the
W. HAKETT Cashier. the A. York is capable of passing upon such them, clucks for them and hovers over surprise, was comprising a does

ought to take our paper.. Even work, and this was his pointed and all that SM can cover, making herself was in a foam and the small boat erce of opinion among the Democrats a Democrats, us well &all the Republicans -

-'- --- ---- ... ; the visiting brethren from the North' voluntary opinion. The .finish of the generally] useful and faithful, ,as cir- broken loose, though it had been held bya t the advisability of this course. from west of the Mississippi, has

The Music House of Foriila I should read our literature (local) and custom house is indeed all that couldbe cunistanc 3.will permit. heavy chain. A moment latera huge .ALREADY PLAIN. determinad_ to force the great scheme

see what we are doing for'ourselves, asked by the most exacting in fact Fm i Mytr Press alligator was seen slashing, the water Some of the conservative men think through before this Congress adjourns,

God and the race. there is no residence in this city orSta.t Dr. Wasfcburn showed us a ripe, red with his tail near the boat that the Democrats me the protest believing that this is probably the last
Our number is,deferred, In the excitement Cape. Luv*& was against Reed's plain have for
will
Speaker
Exposition chance it
thatcan
wit hit s
and the Milam doing years.
compare apple this morning, grown ,in knocked overboard, but soon swam to
owing to our inability to get it up mechanic who has had charge of it his garden in Fort Myers; elsa strawberries shore and climtvl up a small tree. By and striking last OI nothing hALF THROUGH ALREADY.It .

: fl B. CAMPBELL sooner. Conference and other pressing since the contractors gave up the job, bananas guavas and pineap- this time the Princess had drifted some more 1 that direction is necessary,espe 1 embodied in different measures

engagements compel us to leave off the C. Gnnby, has proven his fitness and ples, fThiZ1'ne'plat of ground. distance, when Judge add that Moore took charge.It Clyafter the popular indorsement of: and i half through h if ready, one housePx&iA
is needless to the frightened
Exposition number. capability. Tho hard oU finish and //G. T C4nack was playing a fine laiiep on board wer horrified. The alli te Democratic position in th election *__ '. .passed favorai.y

-- Jacksonville Fla. OainestfOe Sun. painting is being done by P. E. Cole, tarpon oie.(!liy the latter part of last gatorthen made an attempt to crawl up not fall. bat the radicals, seeking to emphaslz ": .u- _d. all .1" _
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the tide of the steamer, when Mrs. Welter t the contrast tbe
Rev. Gus Walters the white of what ,it is certainto btw c,
says t
a sure guarantee week, in the river neartown,when another ee :
the cabin followed
retreated to by
nition of Speaker Cf>
Carry the largest stock In South Atlantic fli bywheiejhey gelt
-' States of people will not even put a negro on ,b e-ehonld there ,be any dou'btB&oout tarpon jumped and fell on his Mrs. Moore and the other ladies. by the Repubu'cans'i ndft *11'? br tl the : tlgh ; -. -.

equality with the while race this Itt the doubting Thomas liLe to which the tarpon was hooked, But Judge Moore,who was in the pilothouse of Reed's drawing up selves. ci '
of different visit the building and see what has and who ia an expert shot with aridt Speaker partf. -" __ v' .
when two'peI'80ns '
breaking it, and thus he :lost a fine fellow f I
) a
at1
more"
Democrats duced to give
?. firad five balls, two of which took are now fo po any estimates
PIANOS&I color are handed together. He says been done. that would have weighed heavy. effect, and caused the eaurian to sink: a philippic in the '. do which y than such as have usually been

that this was made manifest by the TitvurfUe Star.Messrs There ire a good many Seminoles in beneath the surface, and for five minutes test against they.to make as the of- given for pension steals in advance of
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white man being swung higher in Wiley & Jones are shipping and around Lake Okeechobee at pres- the water was red with blood. At expect Mr. Mc (the Republicans that a their enactment into law, and nobody
and beans from their farm at this uoint the laaies came out and with
cabbage
4 OROANS.Violins. the air on Tuesday night than the ent, hunting 'gators and plume birds poles turned the bow of the -steamer: ficial leader of Vuld be given; Speakervote knows what will have to b paid out of

negro." We don't imagine that the Mims this week. Let a protest go up to our Legislature / down stream in search of Capt. Lucas. thanks slLAmer ... the Tf&U for the c1 Of
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executioners looked at the matter In One day last week a stranger enteredthe signed by every citizen of Lee They had not gone far, whan a voice from Reed. & course it i quite impossible the promot
when 3us can't makea house of Mrs. J. B. Screven on the woods echoed through the dismal Model
hot
this light; .. of Boca of this legislation say what
county, against the ceding : Fear not, for I am with you. .-At a dinner given t
swamp
1 Banjos Goitara. Acoordaons. Anto- point there is no point to be made. Julia street, and as Mrs. Screven was of the claims ia probably
Harps Stnn.fr,Sheet Musio.small Instruments Grande to DeSoto county. Theje words sent consolation to the BZSLEJ Feb "* evening to the niem proportion
": .trimmings and anything and ,Ex... herlff Sam Weinger, we re- In the farther,room on the ground Sim Johnson hearts of all, and in a few minutes Capt. / Dr. Vmdttiors fraudulent, but outfdel say that it'i
everything musical at lowest floor she heard the footsteps in the hall Wesley Boyd and re- Lucas was taken from the bank of the by Herr Bar/icn8ta
learn had his face 50 cent.
Northern gretio badly of"William Wai- probably large as per
price turnedJirom Lake Okeechobee Tuesday creek, the small boat again secured and hers of tP** m ODOJ &
way. but, thinking it was her husband, .
burned Monday night during the evening,where they have been foi_ home was next thought. of. The engi- offered r4 the'Unt States Minister tot -
1 ,- PIANOSORGANS I ,Weber, flames nrmhers, fight between the sheriff's posse aud awaited for his appearance. Directly over 'month hunting. They neer had on a good head of steam, and it :y. offering the theOer' Drew Each Other' Blood.ATHESS .
Newby ok Evans, )lorris. alligator ph I tot
footstep were heard proceeding the GA. Feb. 27.-A special re
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did not take much true to reach the St. ,
the burglars.. Mr. Weingea' e)es, it brought only about eighty hides and 4 leader said that ,'not- .
stairway and knowing then that her Johns n, from Uaniekville Madi-
ceived to-night ,
Farmnd &Votey Vblcl. la said, were seriously affected and have given up in disgust. They both In conversation last night with the j4istanking the"temporary madness"
o supposition was not correct as the county, tells of a affair which
it is possible that he may lose his declare they will quit hunting and go party the HERALD man learned these own by the adoption of the new tariff eon boy
.would not'have up-statrs the home of
doctor
at
,
night
I gone happened Saturday
Brothers eyesight work.Thesteamer facts. \7e hardly feel like publishing law still by the imitation
flames
I epeeially recommend the to was a
Pianos and Farrand und Votey Organs as fur I she proceeded to the hall and,found them. for fear that it may cause ma,w. which moe insure the Nom Hardman, near that pLtce.
ntehlnjr the best value of any instrument in the I SOixr Spring wk ITtrtJy. the stranger near the head of the stair- C..A. Ward, Capt. Jas. of our Northern fnends to. seek uf of Germany might Walter ilardman was concerned in a distorbance -

close world.and The put F.to and together V,onnns in ore can minutos be taken by to ,: There are 1,600 acres of orange grove war; He asked her, then if that was CannTe belonging tothe, Boca Grande genial climes, but it was such a na/.j.118 it spread of happiness and liberty,among about to arise, when NfiWSan

I ; K. any Intelligent\ 10-year-old boy and are IaI I II tracts in the plat of Silver, Springs the courthouse and on receiving Phosphate Company, arrived Satur- escape and Dunn's'Creek being{traT- the people. This sentiment was hey
a
I negative tried to unpleasantness
every respect! recognized aa the beet organ in for ferocious alligators, that prevent any ,
.., the United States.1 Park,_a great deal of which is set with answer made his retreat without day last with a .large lighter in tow. our duty to warn the publicw-""*Of an applauded by Herren Rce,8loe whereupon Walter beran cursing Norm -
Pianos and
I .: and EA8VTEKMS$5 on Organs: till$10 paid.wontJily Just on think at It! orange, plum, pear, peach and other further explanation ; but if,his intentions The Ward towed the company's dredgebos.t ling in itsr wake unitesba] not folly Bg Simw and other political Pistols and knives were drawn

Anyone can own an instrument on such fruit trees, graperies etc. : to the dredging grqunda on iron-clad.! le present '
terms. Little more than ordinary rent. Send were honest he probably misunderstood up .at as for and a fight ensued. Both parties were

for Free Cataloiruea State what Instrument 2nv& directions in regard to the location Wednesday and she will bespat to work The ladiesof, the their patty'1Weriences of bill U better than a deviled badly cut and bruised. Bad blood h
want and will promptly! full InZoeinatlon recovered from shocj how to A
you l18t
-1 you that will artonfeh you..' lj have JSRS'biir Forest fires have played havoc In of the courthouse as the ap- in.Orange creek- about twelve miles Judge Moore, be has had fed existed between them for some time.

I ANllOUGANS.bargains In Spend SECOND-HAND one cent.for PIANOS m postal oar country during: the past: ,week. pearana*of thetwo, buildings is"& lit- from town. The lighters will be taken: the kind before and knoI i ibm

- card_ and write for -'' "..A.&C- information._._n ,, We )learn with regret that W. Bnow tIt elmilar, especially-' about the roof. op this week and ,the 'operation of act under such trying
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\\m TEIM/PH a. heohime; : of the' "result" by confiscat'ing '- ,NOTICE. O'I. IV crtrUf.D, og L a.fcG. 'r Rr.A ml .

the salaries of the state attorney)1 I : nbbard.....,... ... DWH of flea '. ..... ..... 9, 6 Si 4t) .
NOTICE 14 Jirri given that the foBuwluc dt9 Jibed'landa; *(iU be sohlaS public auction oa ......,... ........,: nwif..._ .. n.,....... u :x .
) tIe court UAnQ'J. n4J.1
judges .G
n EVEflr VPJDAY AT supreme the 4th day of June 1 84 at Stuke,.in the county of Bradford or BO much thereof a*wffl be swl of MrJ4._.. .,. .... 4 t4.
n3 the governor and mfmhei* of the R: M.Smith........ .... .. net,.1fl } ?.... ... ..,,. .. ..1!.q: o:1.
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COUNTY.FLOEIDA., cabinet nece 4 ry to pay the amount due fp?uxet. hpnjin set opposite to the tame,together 1fJt.J..oat t of Ua'nowa.._..,. *:.:... .....:.sw34 n ........_._....:.: .:.:14.6Yt- .. 4 14. .
r ? Oh, no,it is a "gratifpng'relluIL" such salty N\d advertW: do ". :: of nw!........... ......'.-14s ..4. <1,4" .;
.I Z. J. r4KMKK. to rob the poor and doa se'fo! sex l8i S acres) ..."... H 6 ;IIT"' 53 1'45' ..
;:wera .A.tU.a t2t oppre8hun Am'tof Taxer M.Smith.:! .. __.. nof Sjand .w)4) of nwnf nefj.. 16 8' ._W.S. : '.
whorha'lhjjjfx/helper, but when Owner Description ot Land. 8. T K R.e A. and \1ML Gpkatfs'n.. ..::.. ; :;::.. .... 1."of ttn'i of nrY gad M( of u"}j ,f : ". ,. .

"nd Publishers I it comes to liioMJ who stand highin untnowu.._-n...;.> ....... l1e.li of nwX,.... :.,.. .... 8 41& 41) $ 145 neJJ... .. ._..__._...-.. IS G e 30 .16't.
-? _e )1. J. Uowr ... _..__ nfrX ot sex....., t ...... 22 4 1II.B 306 do ? 'neV and* of t>w3 o nex314 6 22- SOiS 1 79'Truby. !:
ilPTIOX 4 1.00 A YKAB.Sriwislt social, life or official' position, unknown .......:_..:. .. 8I ortwX: ... .#.t.. (..... :... 31' JII .0. 1 a3' .Sterqburg&Co. !''.wX ol nwfi of svrk ....._JL.......:irwtf G 2 I 1 A*
j doq ? -De' of D.N' ........ _. M. 19 40. J 45 Unknown..........;..... of_wV of aeX.......- ..... 117 G < -98'
!they' are ns secure from iheatdeEfepoilatioim "S.d. :- '-' ., yflw :i f aw5:. .(.... .'.. 83,4. 111 4q 145 Ja .Milton.... ... ..:> :.... 154 acres commencing 82 ft n of swum t x. 5ot.nwXotbll.aofR1ethencrsla5 .
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tfTWt the clan enmar\.I1P: ofIlW ...:.51. .. .;.... M 20. 4Y'uakhOtt7t. :- .
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.a.. ft,tneuce 830 ft,thence n 115 fttnenc -'f'.
r : n< matin. .. .. _.. .. .ue. ; ; .34 4. 20 1110 355 -
/vr5" jlHF- -: tbork'Qf the covenant. froia the II ''..JIrta11.,:.'f;...... .. ,.. ,....,.. M' 90 J60 a "S'do to place of beginning in Temple1'suo- I.
l ; touch .. .......... .... t 5 I. 3 83. '.:
6 .. rrolith ..'Our ubHc neX at. 20 tl0. 226 .v lo" :1"6 i
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'I of. of Wk 1. 83 }
rkC. Fla.. May 11 1804. dQ lot aDa n3u lots 1 cad 3 3& 4O 40 3 tIG, CC..)cL < ,..
rtt SciaftfTviffS; heir salaries ancrilwyrightfully do of IIW.-.....,,.:........ M 4 Od .to I 4S b k 1,i R 4 w in Temp'e' VaWivigion. '
them do aw3X ot sex ........, .:;.:.. is. it 40 141 .. ... ..........?...?..-.21. .S 82 40 2
'; } JjjJt'tve) but the "d4; MX 'of oe::......y;...:.:.:.:. 9 C' 40 145 B.. SC 8mlth..r.e KjEI. ro tne .
the imp n Y q uestion poor yttor .ofi wj.new, aa justlyearns .redo reotew1 .:.....:..... .., 34.4 21 40 l.a.i Ft ._ .... .,. of neX ot awi.of &**..... .. a L.. .4 1 f 5*. -
.rV do. twit ot .wM ... ,: ,...::....R..:: M 4 21 4t 143 ."mtth -:;.. .. ..... nwX of nwV .,-,-.?....?.?._...._y3 a : 41 1 43'N.w.
Lli\"f',. his comnuensa"and when it dQ. JI.iC or get/;.......:a...... 34'4 21 80 1 41 .Hackett.........:... nee and nX of nu3j and sej* '
... ';.s. is, withheld from':iirw\K is as.much do, w3of se34.. .....".::......:.:. 84 4 21"0 1124' and 8X_.._.._ ...... ...ofQlJ.2 8 2* & HOT. .
,, THE Carrabella 'J'iint-s is a bright do. II" X O'DW ..'. ...... .. .. M 4 IJ 4 145 r James Gllnatt.......... swj of nwy4.__.:...... ... 6 2 *,* *
a robbery, uioralt.;$j-ak thoagh it 40, awl ef IW4.____._....._.._.as 4 21.0 145 '.m..DHat........ .. nvrli of 8W} exceptUa.lone.ld 47'6 2 30 13 48' ,i -
addition to our exchange list.. dt I1WI of 8W ....88 4 2t 110 143. !Ir. .Ada..".......... nwX of swJi 3 ........ ..?.47 I 1 42i:' .'
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was foiobly takenn4jlzrbls i pocket da So" ili.J'f."Jior l1e!..,".'f...ya.d..j.....2 z IO 2G' Uakn4ID...!....:............ nWJ ot ne...' '*': _""..;....-.4' : ) 1 C.' .
-- uudertovec of a loaded'1.! o.1ycr.. dord44.3' a.Jtohwl( .r.. .... .:: :. N 4 2'.1. 40 IIS ne*ofSX........7'"v ... :6 4 l >;.,' ,
Korfon ULUE of the Marion :. do. nej of 11."(......... ..... 28 4 'r 145do To Pagt.\... .X of M V exCpt2.cr'. .w_...o.2 a' i* ''. 2' 0. ..-,-.
: \k-:1b'Zt w" of eel ..h..n... ...2842: E 60 228 'J' .'. .. ...w, "
limes, is a good fellow all through Its funny people 40 L"etD } otneJ&DdllwJofD"l864a; 40 193 neX of se H of if X and )4 aroJof. ,. :ray-
; dQ nwY ofnrj....-, ._.__..._. 9 5 15 40i 143 nw cor. of a lot of 4 4 acre \f ,'
u\'e his politics. The T LEGBAPH bbow themselves in, public I:1, s, WA. Blacln"et r.P t...... .!nex ofne ; ..:. .,........ :".. 5 18 40 405 neV or sty ot net| and X acre elf o ": ; .'
with the and be Jag G Jone...._......__ .. nwX of D" ............ ... 22 5 18 \ .wtof4.&rfo "oCbeofl ".'" : '_
extends thanks to him for falors: go girls yet. more or lt ary E. LeYJ'.i. ..'._._aeX ofteX.......... .25 6 Id! so l4S 2 6.. f less disfigured by unsightly pimplesand II,.V. Bla kweJdt'r_. .. .... DW.- of ....;.....,. zS 5 18 40. J.45 UakBOWn..C. ......... ... 1 acre ia nw cor of eX of "Ji of e}4neV .\ : .
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extended. ... .. _:... ... ".'
do. W.iC of 111.-:;...... .::.1.11 6 18 40. I.S j I 2 11"
blotches and, perchance,. a boil QDkDown; ._" ..._.,...,.,.'3oC i..;.......... 33 S 18 lie 426 R. N. Dowlieg...:.. .....loui,2Sand 4 bums! Dowhog's aH. i > ;.. .:; ::
when few do' .w 34 oC IIWJt .....;. ... at Jg : Lion to town o* \,;.74. :
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Stew 141
THE of the third ishauDtiuJ or fO a bottdesof -
ghost party :... ... adds '
do wot sex fh !' .....;,: a. 5 18 21, y1 J. L. Wynn' : ..It 13 and 18 blic 4 .
art's Sars-tparilU, would sliJk them do I \w} ohe't. .$;.... ... 5 18 r ntoStarke.:6: 10 :.f. .
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some Wctioqs} of this- It all E..D,Dougl....... ..... .. seX of sex ._!_: _! .._.__: 66 18.eG. 1 q John L. H a and strenuous up. cures blood diseases. do. neS( or neX ;.. :- .,...... 'Z 5 19 3 lIS C. D.'.1le1' ;:..._. .Iot4and4bl7io town of btarke..?. 4 OJ
county, efforts are .. 40. Wm. ,..... .... 105 feet In of Mudison ',.
Guaranteed remember. -For sale Unknown.-. .:._.. ." ..w.ot De.'v "'----'--' 1', III 40 t.U "I jj. ; square se corner ,, \ .
being made to resurrect the do IIwJ oC'eo.l.;:..; :... ...." 'i4 5 19 40' J 45 1 and Orange streets, bounded teat by_ 0
corpse by the Starke Drug Coy Newlo'm. .... boutli by U Ji on st -
WID. .1. of flex .\..;: : .. ..... 26 5 19 10 75513toe. Oranl68tret '
tha\ laid'to rest with .. crookol'...._...::..i. sex ot..IC __.._._....._.S 5 Ii 40 145uukaowf. section 29, town Uip' -.
!. democracy _.'. 6. T2 in Starke........_.._...._
: !; 11fiC ot aeJ...... ...;:;.:...... 30 5- lit 40 I.4 range 86
auclrimpressive,ceremonies in 1892. Fruit Grower' Colon. J. D..Ellison& Sons..,. ..,..:. "ot neX.__..1._:_ ._._ I 19 60. .211 J,8.Wy. .; ,... .,. .......3X lots on corner Madison andSanud-"
Ella M. SeII81on....._.; .,. '.... ney,of nw _._._..:?,..._ 31 5 111 40 2 II \, street*. bounded'ndrth by ) ..dlI t .. ._ \
OCALA FLA May 4. 1894 unknown ....... ::.....y.. net of .w.lt'..,.; ...;.... .32 5 III () 145' Bon street,south by load ofv F. 1* .' .,\"_
'VUE the TELEGRAPH deals wIth Editor TEt.EG1Ura do swlot neX ,.. ...........: 5 19 4t. tj43 Edwards, west by S. J.o. Deuton and'' i'F ',
a : do ,.wli'of-swX.....;. ......... II j 19 4' 14i east by Sunder stroet lo town of +
public que&1fatJ it Its For Uic information of all interested J.i K. \Vatkor. ... ...... awJ of swX.. :........ ..; 21 520 40 1 45 : .Starke.. .... _.......J._?.... 10 DJ
expresses persons J. E. J. Watarlght ..;.._.. Iw ofne <;.............. 26.b 20 40 15M F. G. Ut.:, .. ....... swyl of set (lees 5 acres) ..:._.....2.6 23, 35' see' >
f honest opinion as.to what is best for iu the few, movement. ; to consolidate UnEnown..........:._. ... .ot flrX._ _......_.._2$ 1)21)' 40. t 45 .......... ...sea( utnw. le8S 10ar". ???...... 22 3 8 &i..
W. lt. EdwardL...__.,."._.. nwX otQW :. ... ........ 29 520 4C. 145 John K.mjUina'trustfe)__.. neX ..?._..........2w 8 2 4 5 4\
the people it When its iLe fruit .aud' vegetaLh. growers of do Iota 1. 2 and 8... : : .... 30 5'JJ' 546. Albert Mudte....__.. 23( Klo ae cor of neJ of neW.. 3 I 2J 030.
represents. ... Lake 240. F. O. .. ... n X... ......... 40
Florida Me will that ll.ra. E. Eo lIill.. ..... ..tot,591n toWn of Butler.... v J.qu. l1"n ... .2 81.
state since the ad. 3 ton
fcupport to..a' man for publicplace do acres beginning n side of Ep. ....;.......??.. ..... .of 1&4.. ...__........ G 22. 4
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gwen journiuent of the Orlando convention the p l'JOn at,210 n e ot w line or ae.Yat J. H. Dean..:: h :..... ..... oX.i '('nX of swX of nwJV of uw} -...3 I 24 119
it ia d'ne with the utmost eeX and runntl D to clear N.'V.Hlk tL...._...... ...I of ae4 ............ ..:.......* :2 40 "
officers of the association Law been 'he eut. side ot the a Christian Henr Kndrew..;...... .... of wV _._............:.....tt S' % *} 14' ,
confidence hs: integrity and ability busily engaged ia gelling out a full official ., Church 420 ft parallel ith Ute ...................Be. oI'neX...__... ...- ...;....-a f x 8 y 2.
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t original survey. thence a 42)fi, do ne.4 o swlj ... .:. .....:. 4 1
to serve the people. report <>f that oeeiinc. Tliu report i thence I .20 ft thence 4:10 ft N W. Hackett..ne4otswX) and awe and seV......... 8 6 :ll 26

ling I been and 8,000 distributed '. point ot b.gtnafng...W .._to.30 15O1 f- 11:47 UDln09I.. ........... ....I1W" o(t.e4...._ .'.................3&.U &45 t
completed copies _. ..
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Eat of 0. BuddlnctoD.. .._ ne.IC ot } and ay} ot 'e} and nwj. .M..3 22.1 I
Two TXJ.it8 the people and App'hoHliolls! sent to our office ." '.'. ..,_...__....._.... 3&5 :1. IGO I.5 J W. HarreU(..._.. .... n.u'r arj4lras 1 0& .. 7 19 89 305
age Unknown.._...___........ ewX ofnw .:,!..;....;..... 121 4 14; N. (K HAyes .... ."?.'.?' ., uex o ur.lt...._. ........:.._. ......... t" 19 40 S S. .
t lfi papers cried' retrenchment.f1 for this repol.t.will meet with prompt land and Trust Co. Iltq W..... .u of............._... ..... I 5 21 624 1415 J R. H-uiJbrook _.-...,.. flex of 8'7..... .. ..... I., 7 19"0 2
John P t app ..... ... sea ..... ::. ....JI u' 41.46. Williams ft Swwnn..Ci *, A.. ., ....._,......13 i 1' 4(1 1 4-
got a little of it and,judging from response.A SIIA8 Hlllianl.....,..,... sex ot.ef.ne4.! ........ .......116.-l1 Ii 4Q J Q Stephen Hague ........ : nwTorsw. wX ...............,c .13' 19 4 2 25
preamble and constitution for the 'IMI Rachel S"pp. ........ e.' or.w of 4w4. Chea A Butler ............ >4 of htfc and nw. ol eX .;*..14 7 19 I 225-*
'the-contortions _made in swallowing I Unknown......._......... .. .e54 ohuh except 5 acres lying s Thou 11 liolton .... ... _.... I" of 'e!and nwi4tA sejaud e3fl of
4, government of.local l Unions together with w ot and Sander & 45"io &W le7....... t T I! 140 5-S
it, it was A very usavory variety nti address the business and of lrle..........on..rod....33 9 5'2' M 145' Pick.ns BrQpt ,... _. .. ..... nr4;ne}. .. ....:. ... .....4.! 40 378 '
explaining ue. ...... 5 1 4 11a. .1 H Johns.eX i of,lot4kS 4'acre..___._..._. 6. IU 3V 3 "i ,
The: TSLEGRAFH now believes in ar winking pluus-adopled: by the convention & -J of .nwX.c.. .......:.. 3 : 2' 1 45'. K S ElUworth.._...:...:... *X orot6-....... ... ..? I !" 4 w
14.
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&t 0 .w .. ..... .. 5. 2 4 Unknown. ... .;..:.. ... uX 6..._.... ............. I. 19. 4 '-'
r liberal .administration of the elate tiitve been prepared and will submitted do fie4'ot UWtOf.. ....!... .... 35'5 : 4. 1 1.4.. J H Johns,.............__. nX of lot 6._...__._____.. 19 *,.-'385 .'
a meeting .
-*.': government.Ve can trust to- tleJ Tru\v ...'Oe"..... 158 J W Moor.. _......_...sw. .. .15of T 19. 00 2
2
of the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Mack DeSue...._., ... lotl. ot ne3( W" or ).U.5.2 2 do ae. aeX. s 2 acres in nw cor.,.. lit 7 19 a.
gihr of all good gifts and the of tut I.o 1M. Nat Oalney............._fleX ufnw34... ....... .. ....._ 2' 19 4 :6\
Absocinlion to be Reid at the com- Edward DeSue. ........_. I in of ot 2 : tU'KellyJones J Moore .. .... ... ? eX ol .# of ne>4 ''es3 t acres... .. 19 .9.
Indian. war claims.to pull us tbr ,ugh. pnny'a tikes in Ocala the ..........._.... .Cl. nw.iC 111.cor... ..ewy4......neJ....: Ii r :50 R\V Rca/eg.... :.... ..... nw>i of swJ4__.._.. _.......:...2' 19 4 183' I
OB Tuesday John S. Noble ..........__ 1. In nsq or sw.iC of net( 21'I I A a 86C J W MooreWmThigpen.. .., ,....:..:.;'nwj of nw ....:.:.......... ..__. : T 19 2 .
r dlh last. .'. Staffer. .....,...,..... 2.cr-of nel of aex.cr._.__ .. .. :2. 226Unknown. ...... ,..:. .. .. 1.iC of De.iC lens :acre'. 2 1 19 3 1 45 -
THK TELEGBAVII: is glad to see ..__,...... ......... u1.3ofe otowotnejandwXof 5. : ,Unkoo n.........;......._. wUof nrS4.. .". ... 19 4 145 '
Very soon after this meeting we shall be :: r' 185 r' A HUhl...._.;:....... nw>4 or uwX and sex of nwM"..... 24- 7 19 325'305 -
'the orange growers of the state prepared to furnish u complete! outfit to J. W. C.Peter....... .... .wJ nw and e e.3}4 of DW -2&2 m Tnigpen..._::. ...:.., ttt-J X of aw..and nw# of 1}..... 2 7 19 80W
nwX. ._.. .__... ,. .. 823 .L B Peck.:..._... : .....__. -3 f 7 19
t banding themselves together for the any one interested in the success of this Huh ........ s-4ornwf IIWW........... :5 6 2 I R C Brooks..... .__.._...nw ofn1".2. : Itf 40 22'
i .............. ... .2 .. 3 I The Ludgel. ..._._.....IIW .. 1 19 40 14i -
betterment of their condition movement to assist them in forming Sm'lVhk. ..... blok1QinlowotLwtf.town J Bowen ........__.. fl3f of nwJK and 9e'4' .f nwJ! ....... 35 T 19 12
unions iu their several sections. M" I Whlt. lo81.. a blok...... .. .o. Mr K B Benet __.. .... lot 18. block' 16 In Sampson Hty...._.._ 4 21 30'. ;
Here, to a great extent,:lies the secret Anyone )Are larH&II...... .......e L.WIIY.oeJ of self 1 I...... .,....U a 14. 42* ,V lown...?. _.....: .ne4oew3j ...:_.._ .. .......: 10'.1 4 J-
\-ishnig: this oilier information : ne;4ofswV. ; ... .16 T 21 .
or
msy se Mlas ,........ zw 4 ? and 4 1 45
of the success of the orange and nw.iC of.nl otne o...:. ....ee4. o"C.. :- do nX of se34'of'sr34.} ..,. ._...,......... 17 T 81 1 13 ,
cure same by applying lu this office. } .I 2 : o ... ....... ..... .. .. JOTg
M. C. ........._ ... eX of sw4 ot "w' of neX.. .... '.26 So .OCD.J. ; 2 40
vegetable industries. It is true that LW 1 neVi .. ..... .. ..... J,1'
Respectfully, Mrs. ........... w" or oflW of ne4..... 4 22 t 2.1 do : l 40'
LW
A. ..... .... nwX of IwJ f ne.. ......._: do of sex.. e .';..... 21 S i W,
there is a very strong sentiment in THE FLA. FRCIT OKOWER'S 'Ass'x. W.Ue.W.Origgb .........._.n4 ( ..... ..... 2 5 2 II 2 WHWynnAClAirden........... .....n of seW and sex of 8{....... SI S 4 &2'' ."t ,'
-- : Jasper pJ ..... ... ofnwJof5 at a OD:: 2 1 : ..._._ ..... sex Of leX.-- ..... ,.., Ifof'iwi" 21 4 I
favor of a railroad commission and btrlckl :the R R where th fins pint Unknown .:. _.. 'e ..ofiof leJ........:._... .. 21. 1 45 .
.
Kye glasses spectacles and colored b and and K wHaekett..._._:. .. :. 'e! 11 nw4 aud 'aX ; T 21 440 945
in townatdps
all probability the next legislaturewill crosses a .. .. .... .... ..
running w on line 5.5 Unknown ..__.__..___ .I 4 of nwX. : 2" 2 4 1 45
glasses to Milt and tit everybody. thence uo Ia thence ret NW Hackett. '_.. ....:. ..... 8e ... ... ... .__ ...., .. 37 2 38*
create one; but too much stress Everybody a tit. Starke '- j paralel) with fet ownsblp a aD Unknown..., ........ : _'.: nw* O' neX less 5 acres.. ...... : 35 28514V .
gets Drug ,\ sid Mrs Alary Uopkint.._. .__.sex ofswX..A.\ : :.......--__ 40
be hence or
1 must "not' put upon this point. Company. Stirke Drug Co. I ntng I.01.... .....to..point,..-..as 5 5 2EUnknown. Unknown...__ n<*)4 of n"X...:...._... .... II z.o 145
1 W B' d1efu'tharit-4D-bv-a wioot4tep .-l---' ..._ .... ... : 113 \ do ( wX otDW41hw... ... .YI 20 1U''
.j 1'1T..J P n-- W. J. ft sake.-s-,1 :..1,:..e"orleJof.'a 18 .2 1 13 AHTullisUnknown ., .,.,..._:_ Aii that part. or1' ofVwJ4 'of sex .' :.
........... .... .cr. I I -; and.or e} of 8W& lying south of _
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> but granting that the commission Tho following Is the of TV. T. Week Aaron IXof'w} ... .1& 6 1St a i. ., 4 '
t report r 8 -- ..... '
I. 4.43 .
.... .... .. a -r erwn,4e. n. 3l fl&) ry
: ...... f i
of .
will enabln us to get our produce for Clerk taxes Circuit assessed Court for, on the TarCollector's year Tsai: account J.cobR._._...............\..... .. ee nee of neX nwX...................1'. 1 a 6 t8 18 41 4 G 1 I O j dodo ?.._. ..... ......,-sX eX o of sw'4 nel4.of.sw3f..:.............,.............. 5 5 'Z2l 20 -,:..14'11:1 i" "- ,.-

to market at a lower rate i HtU Apr. 6 94-To bal due on Co. Unnowl. 4. aX nwj 01 ot swX of ew3 1..n. ..... 6 ) 4 1 e.r3'.do eJt olae,1{....... _.............. I IO I i..: .
; propn fund per lust rport_.$4,425.74 orX B DW e of dver..... .....1. a S 2 .1 13eetotOB.Waltoo Mrs J 0 lI.mlD?.__.. ........,. lot 14 of Davis Bros and Trub 's ..ub'J ,a k- ': .
t-possible! that the prices in these -By cah as per Treaa ___... .D" ot leX and gt4 of and% 1 dirisl.o of e3 of neV and nwX of :: ,' ;j"
receipt --
fllttdMay ... .... D neV. section 7 and tvX of ': J"'
$1,sp3.F0 of .__........ 5 ee4 II
markets drop conform with J.'W-B am't to bal.._. .2& _, ._........_..ne IJ nwX.. ...,............ I 18 t66 4b 8 6 and 7.._.. ..;..... ..__ a 4Sy'., .:'-
may __ Jf'1 Unknown Wmlaml"..__..._. ....... lot BJ.of nw'; ....._ % li 18.0 I Unknown... ......... .. ._.. eX of eeX...._ ... ......... 17.S 8 12-\ ".;.' .".
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the reduction m the rates of trans '..42 .'i4 '4.4:5.'i. do M.iC Of eej......... ......... 2' 18 1'.2 do wofse4. ............_. .,. q7 22 80 22.5' ;"'<
-- do lot I........... ....__.. 2 4 doCatherine nwX of nw4' ........_.....,. 7 'Z 22 40 1 45nwj. .
.- : G Ii
portation. In case this should_ o cu May ,'-Balance doe' on fund E 8. E11gWorth.' ..... nwX of neX nd s"J 0 eeX..__.Z 5 18 8 22 Holly.........._. .1 acre In nw corner of of nwV of ; >"
County proper by Collector.$.:.21 Gibes Itethea:...,........... zX and nwX of zeL_.. 2 1 7 : '. .... ... _.;.__..... 8722 J 21o. ";
we will be driven to the last ditch, Apr. 94-To bal dw on schoolfund I. J. ewX OfDWJ...... .... .... t 6 19 12 1 45CatberpneBennett. Unkno\1l'1t............__..._....w" ol w>4 of IW.l ._........_ 8 7a II 1 1:1 "
.1. .lu ... ... ... ...
4 'J
last ..... .'... 11 do IIX of seX ot ne% ; 9 a.o 113
report ; 6091.S2 ot eei '1313 In
so far at the railroads concerned ee4 !lexcep acres sex o ne*..._. _._.. .........10 'Z 2'J 40 1 4.0
are May 1'W BycashasperTroaatempt n. ). .................... 1Ya 19 2a}' t do .
[ filed. .... .. $1 5-iO.rO J. W. Moran..u.._ ...... .MX cr .. .. ... ...:. 1b 14'8 do ne4 of swn)4 ( ..........__...10 7 22 40 J 4S
and the only way out of the dilemma May 1,194-By am't to balance.. 4, 41.52 ... ......"\..,....1" ofnejot M .... ....... Ji I I 4 do n" of n1.- of eeX... .. ...... 10. 'Z 22 20 lIS'. : .
UnKno1. ._... ... .. 6 % doe nX 01 sex Ctf nWJ add g-4 ot ttetot
will be thiough perfect organization.We '. $6,09152116,09154May -- eat Carter New.om..__....... eX n.J or ofiwX.. and. n" of swX.and'n 11 4 14 I1wi..:..... ..........:..11 7 22 30 185 .
ot w. .... doMaxE flax of IIW.\C .---.--.--.---.it 1 x 40. r 145
.jmut learn to economize andI1a1'e :-To am't -tue oa Co. = .= do .0 IW.iC eX of ee4.and neX..of.S I. I. : Moore,.,.....,,..... of eH and *#of he" and DW X 'e .< ..

school fund by Collector.....$411.52 ar'll. .... .....___....._....27612 1Untnown. audeX... ..._._.... .. 13'1 22 800 1o 6 .,':"
our growers s0 perfectly or .'-To bal due road .._...._. ......, or river la ae3 oS tw3j 6 18 1 1 I Unxnown.... ........._.. nw. of nw} .......... 185M T 2:1 40. 141\ :".
.Iganiz d that such Apr tODd last report.on..... 2>3.03 do 'n 2 8. IW.iC I ............ .. 3 a 18 2 1 I I1& P SmIth............ acre in sex cf wi(, commencing; '.. -::4.
a. thing as a per .. a 314 feet east of IW corner of t\. ,', '.
May l.Bl-By cash a* Treat J. F. B. Neltlnney .t yell ot IIW of sex....... .... 5 10 _'.
't rglnUed.market will be unknown.: receipt !. .per 19.50 .. L.McKinney......... .. wX of ew3j of M and se* of : .4 thence north 8UO feet thence east. '
am't ta IIW : ... ..-. ._.... ... J 1' 34(5( feet, thence soufi 6tSO fear a d :e .,
,. ., lalB1 Balance. __ iS.53 Laura A. ,.......... swj of nwj.. ...... I I 2 G 145Uoanown. thence west 348 feet to place of be : t'
""THE LAW. 230.03 :. $ Andrw....... .__.._ raw oawy ... ............., 1 e 2 4 144 ginning...........-. 1* 7 22 5X I 42. '.- .' '
JUICY .
: :t. Alex ....... ." ofswX-ia.........:... 3. 2 l43 Mrs Mary K HUton-._..__-. lot i as per Kewlerplat' eM f f J1e.VIn r
-- -- '- Dloh of neX..n....: .;... S 8 : 4 'town 'of Hamptoh... ". 19 1 21 60 265--
There Beemsrto be Apr. 94.-To bat due en Co. nKD'G..w dQ I" of lo t..l.. .__.;.k; 76 % f 14' t1nItDOWD_.__.__._.__w" of rawj_ ... ..... .23:20I is ,. :..
a very'wide .. ..__.,... S 53 53 : 4 .. .. af.. ........._. ...
roaa. do lot 4.___.._.._....._... :_. 7 a 2 CJBeaglerO .. u. s34 tlr eeX of 3t. 'J 28 40 2 M
}difference ; ard.ing'the ,. *" V. T. WEEKS. do D" ot I" nf I0, ..__.. T 8 Xi b t t A TnrowerUninowu _.......... nwX oC.iC......._.__...:.. _3( T 22 40 423'
of'opinion I'{ Clerk Circuit Court. do sexeineX. .lo:... ... .... a & 2 4 1 45do ; ....... ... neX of se...... ..-... ... : ...381tl 40 Sf; -
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Jaw the last -- -_ of ewX ..... ......... 15 'i ( 14\ do e" ohw of .wJ4 and w" pt se3 of ,. .
8
by .
1 pasted legislature! 'do Jw.iC e ot .. .. ..... .. 15 e 2 4 145 ewy4. ....... ...,. ., .:. ......, 5 8 22 40 181) ,'
.1\dixmg the uf jurors: and. utnesses. A self-acting sofa Just big enough for do. lotaS...8w._.. ...._,.;.__._ e 2 4 S dado nwiT of n$4.............. .;-., ...12 II 2a 40 14i'ftI" .
pay two. has been iuvcnl d. If properly .0. R\Sohala.?.........,. lot 7 blt1 11 I town ot New River 11 : I '. :C neX of swX ,. ............. ....13 8 U 40 14" ..'
It is true that the !la*' since I ....",,,. .:... 2f( In I corner o D'' ofnwis JL M. HALE. Tax Collector..Bradford CountAH /. Flat '
wound up 'it will begin to ring:{a warning and )

becoming operative has made the I 8w"of ..a8inecOnerot__.._.. .. --24 e 10 593 .
licfcire 10 o'clock'
/II" bell just At one Jknow.. u... ....... eX o. nek ................. & r 1 -
state coiixidtnilile saving, but it is minute! after lea it ci-ui'-s apart ants ( w" or ne14...... .......... S 6 2 S 8 s 2 A VUld JmaCSlla"oa.
do of eeX ... ........... a 2 i "
'clear to those who understand the while one half; carries the daughter 'Jl do 4' ,ft.iC ....-.. ..........K 34 0 : 8 25RobtMathis. 0 MBI Robert Collyer tells the story.of a lit.

the house the other half kicks}I ....,., ......? OW ofaJ ............ ... t a 2 1 13 5. tie girl with a vivid imagination which
workings of the Ir w that thin amount upstairs Unkn.wo.._.. .:..,; ..r eof, lot ]...... _..... 13 6 II t her into extravagances
the young in.\i) hut of doois,. .'f ic!eI \V. M. Cone .....,..... ,,. nwX (t.w ( ... .. : ..1. 8 21 >. S 63 constantly amazing
comes from the class of men least Henry .. ........ n.iC hf ....... 6 u) 304Trnby ref-irding things which aba'
Bxtr. : t.
: Dt
new sofas will come high. but it is .. ... ... ot ..f... 2 2
.. -1of 1 & 1 have One after
Iw 1 a claimed to day
able ju lose it. probable that a gnat many parents 'in S. H. Cummings......... ,nwy ot swx less 10 scree and 10: : > seen. ,

Editor Caldwell of the Jasper Uktrke will rccojrnize them as necessities do. blocks ffi.w"3' .$ IIW and I.D o I.I". of I 4 n 4 5 6e an extraordinary her exhibition mother exclaimed of her inventive in

powers .
32 and aU of W lots, I
News comments as follows on the'operationo'of and place orders_at once. bk 12 13, 14 a d 1Sofnejof pt*n4 despair: "0h, my dear, my dear my

I SOur Cumming'a dear! know that Ananias
the law lublro i A' pon't you
: .. ._ .
The law ia attended lied Bug Killer and insect Be n7 C E..Ut". ". .., ....$bur Orn.g s, point. O.Ltl. t'. 2 1'r J.O .-. and Sapphira fell down dead on account'of

new jury powder are as seasonable as "Ku- .gnu 655 fed nortl5 'Mi' the lies they told? Don't yon remember

r".My the-}iondtao, with, "Very gratifying ribus intment." ming'.eveone and runDnJ feet east, ._ ; that terrible story?" "Oh, yes". ,

r.csult.nV": wonder who is -- .. 4 fe wet&4 feet .nd'thec 5 win admit that this Is s nee combination. responded the child, t1naba hed. "I saw :.'
_much "granfied* at it. It .certainly ,north fl point Bn we know something rarer namely' a perfect fell down
Tills was examination week and about nag ID Asbury Oren (43i acres) I 434 8 & suing, tyllih and comfortable shoe combined them carried io alter they ,. F
is not the.poor men who were finy' L C nrd........ ._IX ores in e. of Iwlf of'n'J of with price to nit the time./ You get an thin ,; '
forty or Intelligent looking
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pretty. In and more when TOO BOT the celebrated JAMES
made to walk 'many weary miles to school and handsome .... aubv810n_ .sbur... } .1 MEANS' .S.OO .*JHJ, $3.OO, or $. deadl"i .' .
m>rms hickory I
verve their state in the capacity of EIT P. Lsrnord .... .... Jot 61 Z In eeX o set;of C. 1 : 6J |fiOK. Try a pair and be conriactd.TUt'BY. .
wielders mst JuperiQtrndent Dekle and ming's M
jurors and witnesses, who'er Grn_.oblviiu...I__Abl._. 2 511 109 :bTduMitliU t CO. i;

forced from want of money'to sleep withstood the 'trying' ordeal Bradford Ella M. Bartlett.. ..... .. T2 In eeX of IWJ of ; rt
.
ciuinty'a educators wet! with the Cummings subdivision ot It. $ ,kr
How Be
are up Abur Explained
on the court house benches subsist Green _.___...... .. G 1 ,
for days on a few crackers and; then average, and the examination this week ltttthaMfiler. __.....'...... lots swX 1. : a and 4'bl11n 'ne' of I S t- The' affable young man was doing the i 1

HAS a very successful one. JO I polite to the) very swagger young woman
_
'march home 'AaberrOteen.- e
They
it unpaid.No honest are not"gratified" Nary L Johns..._........lots U and 15 bl 31''n fiej pf soil tof I :01 at a reception, and 'sba was tolerating !
". it. man ; Cumming's aubdivlsion La- him because nor
It May do as Much for You. I swagger young man
DuryOreen.._..... .
194
can be "gratified" that the E .
great -, Mr. Fred )Miller of Irving. 111.. writes JIDCB1.12; bl 81 Ia 'u4 of iw3. of : 2 wu In sight
stale of Florida has seen proper, subdivision AI May I escort to the dining
tht\ he had severe kidney trouble for butt Grn ........._i 2 tl 1 '* yon
through its lawmakers to single out ,JohaB cd. ..._. .,...... is a1 .u4t .w% t i .(room? bo asked. awssu.CISIHAGKER4SONJ.
'fir .. many years with severe pains ID his L h I. o
the poor and the needy and force Cnlng abvn 1; Sha hesitated and drew back.
"' .f bock and also that his-'bladder was affected. ... I I J.C "
a.t them lavender services withoutgiving Carrie W.lilelne............3g 10, al D.IC awl rd 2. "I'm sorry she began.
.He'trieti b i
called o
many so kidney "
1As- "Thanks he and
.1 thernjust there. interrupted diaap*
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compensation cures but without any good result Cmm' _'ubYiO._ ..-... t :' 149S. '
""or j* -Bat, if'tbt>ii,vjthe poor peo About a year ago he began the Ulle of E Ijte................ tot 1 bl E2 la 'ne} of awy4 inCumming'a I pe

1 r'1, 'of ';bid -state '"'of' .twentyonepand Electric BittTa and found relief at once. 'ab.soa 1 As- 5 That made her think a minute and

'1b } ,eight hundred and seventy-: Electric Bitters ia especially adapted to all .C.B. Bn....... bul tnn 8_tn Dj or,sw. of n: I;.2 ," J c later in the evening she cornered him. j y

i' kidney and liver troubles and.often gives tning't .nbY lu.A1 ; "Why did yon "1.thanks. to me I
? ,;- 11tlyhxrs; aqd twenty-three cents, almost iustMt relief. trial will : .' Gf ._ : 2. 169 awhile ?" she asked reserved Sb'iiaiI6DI4ins ,
I
One b t quite ,
ago
prove :
n, ,F. .............. $1n/ ot n"ors"J -
n Fnt
a t, :gratifying result why not our statement. Price only fifty cents for ) of 1 mming's subdrvis' >' but cariOUs. a5.

< fifiake it more "gratifying"' by rob. large bottles. At Starke Drug Co.'. ton In A1hn17' Gr.__ S. 4 i' poS.aaot.w "Did I say that?". he said with a far

..Ii-e. liing the Jtfdjjvs of their wigee? It ,. ) otaw o away.tty to call it back agaia look in BIIililln .

jlt fouli'e' een.dono'jast.as 1 legally "Krvippclakns to have invented a nth ; bu Green..lbYlo.?._1-_. 16 22 Z 41 his honest eyes. MatortaJ.
Tad I thine bat -will roll iron so thin that it $uianC.&JnoJtrvia........ and 30 of J.IC tt ewe ,
thai would have made. the and lot of sw DWJt of "Yes, you dieL""I
takes 1'BUO( btxis lo make *n.inch. '. o

t ".gratifting results;!:?..:more,Vgrati-t' Cumming's bury Green _IbdnlO. i_ ...... t I 4 I 4$ didn't know "I said it, leally." Pu ild. is' Hardware..

tying by the addition- seventten BeKtcreamcrywhutterat on1..3Gcts. tDDown___ ........ awlf o. 1%........:. ..?:.. 2 1 !2 4 t c "Well JOG did, she persisted"andI I .o
nwX of "_......__. J i
raw
: a a t 1ant! to know why.'
thousand and the hundred ,dollarsjBiore. J Truyy,Sternhufg.& Co" *, : do sex or aeX .: ....., .. 5 e 2 4 1 \Viiido\f and Glass "
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And .if to Cf est a man outef'bls I -..,- Ct l S......_........ w3f OIIJ a 1 J a U'. and : f "I preaame. he responded, "it wa, Fancy a.,".".
A Frenchman tins iftirenled i electric D IW and a case of unconscious gratefulness." .-:
labor under forms of Jaw ia a +i nn _:ut nwX.I....."Ji...1....... C' .as j .I Specialty, .
j
'* 1 trI''Quitn1Mr., which tlectracutrslnseet. 'ftDW..I .._.. ........... I 145 And b. got away with some degree of
rratlrJil1:;. : result, \thy cot twelle 1 pest w Inch come io contact With tt. \n'nowD..._..........,'.. w\.) .wJ.. .,-. ... ..:.. I a .2.:: 2" wC 1 35 precinitancy.-Djrtroit Free.Pre s. Charleston, 3 CL ., : ;

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MBBUFFINS ADDRESS.Some --a
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lies east of the Mississippi, and fifteen paper, which should be the official :

Auctioneers for six months at a salary of organ of association, to be placedin -_ T---IT---iI-:
Good Advice Given to the
$500 per month each would amountto the hands of all the fruit and vegetable .

Orange Growers of Florida. $45,000 or less than one-half of growers would be by far the best
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-ww one per cent if the fruit sold advertising medium in the country. --
0:0 :RED SPIDE h
Mr.Baffin the Recently Elected President for82.50 per box. Here wouldbe Such a paper, run in the interest of the

BOTANIC of the Orange and Vegetable.GO..era' a saving over present methods of a'C'" iation,' would give us an annua _

Association Delivered the Follow:ni; $1,200,000. I would in no case put my 'r "" \ne of. ..$10,000 or more. It; i&,not:j

BLOOD BALMA Address at the Orlando Meeting.Mr. fruit in competition with itself and I -T Ho'&dvocate.. .... "....- .for... 'the. JS-" led with Bed Spider.or.oilier. deatuctrit
would not glut my own market. There-
1to
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thoroughly t.ct.d MomodyroK President Ladies and Gentlemen: fore I believe that instead of 82.50 I '

ALL We have met here as the representatives oould get from $3 to $3.50 per box. I sO 1; 'x 'uystfet .

BLOOD and SKIN DISEASES. of a suffering people. The bright would act .on the principle that it is i pq.:: .c roflt,.' .y ;1# : ._ I W

TfcU ta4ar4 T.m6j: lau b*.. tried. prospect of being able to surround our-! better to sell one thousand boxes at a The: J *''prices;,atf which'our: ...it

aD sad ..! Jouad phrdcUD.waBiinc.' for who forty bM r*...n<>brailDnl ft selves and our families with the com profit than three thousand boxes at a ofteiKselUA&rg; .ehiefly caused by th .

dlMMM wild certain for which nO DTarjrlDC It It rcommnd4.IDGC M for all It.M forts'and some of the luxuries of life asa lac';Tof*' method in shipping and dis of 0 bacoo.
falta t. b.n>flt from 'b. flnt d_ loss.Those
.y.r of who have watched the tributing. In order that we ; .
quickly and .tree'Dally driving oat all just reward of lone years of toil and us may secure 4i.

dlBMU the medium. (rmi of from tb. skin tb. system liver and threurh kld- patient' waiting is fading tJ.way.A mon, fruit market know that ("r several weeks for ourselves the full measure of success< 4d

.."switb.otan'.Dplat.Injurious have sold ut good prices. It will he. necessary to, place.some re-
strous black cloud has rolled into ranges
our.
.
ffecla. It U net the result *f If or nce to Kill all Kinds of Infects inch
or canmea...pintasbut cense and a looroofh It U founded knowledgeof open once clear sky and the situation con- And why is this? It is because less oranges striction urxm shipments.< The grove asSpid.e'

modern medical science.blood It effectuallyKrlflM and fronting flue us with alarm. have"been shipped, for there have by standing apart and shipping at yet
and enrlche the brlnn
..the lafferer. Ac a(enciml Ionia Every tiller of Florida Boil knows that. been less to ship and the markets have dom, are simply, putting \fJ Mfr'against .
h 1&without a rival and In lu an lruof 1
llb-t1rlnr prepe-M_ II U. abeolotelyeOVredtethepehllc. i he ils staggering under burdens which: been supplied with only so much fruit as that of..their nelghborvdetriment : fof, ,. ;-y.. *".
.tb aD, nlll..1..r '"
b.ya/eompulISI. I l -p.e.csa sot ail threatett to crush him. We produce could be disposed of at fair prices. It is of the market, and the ruii .' }- ,
ft.. and IIIIJ'O..rlall" '
l Impnre
His
reenltinr
blood-. the carnal of life; o..ictiyIMl through faithful labor large crops of very important thai we .should keep the their industry.t I sTo USTo ..
eDrM...........VI-:...raa, Iikf.DI. PaylCWsyme '
lie ....... t.lrrh.tak..wsrl beautiful fruits and vegetables, yet we market supplied! with only so much fruitas The time has now arrivedwhmet t ,
.... .
Uver.INVESTIGATE Y .d -
.....r ...., r.oal. W.k.ae. receive but a small per centage of what can be sold at remunerative prices. t ud..for keeping the matke venl'an"lt.'rmlY Tobacco -

.. annoer Dts.s. ote. our produce brings. We believe there Is I say, therefore if 1 owned the entire supplied with, :fruit must Spirit-Gored Ci,

FOR YOURtCVf. something r&dical'y! wrong in this. We 'rop of nranres and handled, as any } 'x Wa.rge,ag::ireUras. the LOUISVILLE, KV.B. ,\ I

lMfton Send! for*.ear._Tr9 Be>lc with;.r YalaeMe a wonderful believe we are unjustly sufferingand sensible business man would do, 1 could 1:? Jn; ;:this for O. PAINTER & CO., STATE AGENTS, J
of ..rtIAoates of remarkable, it is theUggregation of small shipments I
array .
that have the and
acres from the elmplrct to the most ..Ir.al. we within ourselves pay one dollar per box on the tree LVftLAHD. FLA. .
bad..fallod.. Uteue.TheM. after ecrtlfieatM all knows testify remedies:withmo power 10 institute methods and pujlnmotion ell them at a price, to'represent cost asEe that-makes the great bulk of the fruit; w. v. 3 d

EatIs....rl.1..bss' Ha.4..Clla',.cbespw tgniekestgrestwt Botanic blood. 'machinery by which we can: reap J business is now conducted, and put therefore, the small growers regulate w. J. HILL. H. M. fAFtf ORTH, t .4
aD' most pow.rf.l Blood I'11rtder ever the full benefit of our efforts as agricult Into my pocket on a single crop more prices\ and it is these prices that fix

rw4 kiowa t*.00 tb.per world.bottle J fS.OO for < bottle urists. The panacea for our troubles is' than $2,500,000. the value'of orange grove property.A W. J. HILL ,& CO

Tcr aal br drujrliU' ;If sot,send to IlL organizationThe This vast sum of money would simply certain I1mount'of fruit can be sold ,

Address, BLOOD BALM CO..AtI...*. Gi.Porter's promoters of the new movementto represent the savings between a business eery' dI iy at fair prices. When double (ESTABLISHED: 18T3.) .
.
M M conducted and the I his mount sent forward the natural r ,
consolidate the fruit and vegetable systematically pros is < ; Sanford Florida. .
growers of Florida are acting 'on the ent haphazard method under which we and inevitable consequence is a fall in ? x .

idea that the strength of several men if are drifting and growing poorer every iricfand when prices go down it is V-? THE WHOLESALE HOUSE FOR r., < -Z-;

greater than the strength of one man. year. .)lilh't ul: to get them up again.
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The power in unity of action, .we: fear; ii I do not believe that there is a man' For the sake of illustration, suppose Hardware Stoves '-. ? > .,

not appreciated by our fruit and vegetable within the sound of my voice who thinks' 'V"e say we wish to market 5,000,000 *. <

growers. History furnishes us with that I have overdrawn this picture, and axes of:oranges in 100 days, or 1 threa Door Sash Blinds.'Paints ?x'

__ m __ abundant proof that all great results you all! know and realize imif one mtu j'j'J i months. (We have of course, a much ", -

have been accomplished "by organized J owned the crop. of Florida oranses he I' longer period than this in which ta'

Business College effort systematically managed. Aslndlviduals could save over present methods nearly i, market.) This would, allow us to send' !'?,?, : Leads, Oils. Brick, ,
-
-- we can do but little, comparatively three millions of dollars annually. forward 1 per cent of our crop, or 50- :* <
Lime Cement Iron Lead :
r
Now this is what the 000 boxes of fruit This amountof ,
I speaking, but as members of a we want growers!! a day. ,
AND SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND, e.
of Florida to do and know of fruit, well distributed could be soldat *
Triangular Biock properly organized body all obstacles, we no Sewer and Fire-Clay Pipes, _.* .
\ .' Macon, Ca. however great, may be overcome and better way to bring about this gratify- good prices. There would be no .

The grand worlT ljeing done by this much valuable work accomplished. ing result than the banding themselves gluts and the fruit could be cleaned up And all Building Materials. ;
in ladies ahd
college 'preparing j oung into under the laws of local unions .
a Through
corporate body every day. our
.. .
young gentlemen for the successful management The power of the gigantic trusts in ..
of business affairs and in securing our country is almost beyond compre- our own State we could get a close estimate of the crop Manufacturers of the :;;
for their graduates the most honorable I am not standing here before you today and then decide,upon the amount each '
hension. They are able through their
and lucrative employment and has because I am a philanthropist. I union would be allowed to ship, and Patent Section. Ladd r :
large capital and powerful influenc-
brought forth the admiration of all who 1
am here to assist in the formation and each union could see that this amountwas <.-
,appreciate the value of a school which secure advantages ,to which the,individ -F01l- "
carries out its obligations. adoption of a plan which will give me asa not exceeded. A person .having a
ual is a stranit1. These great combinations Orange Groves. Fire Protectors. Painters etc.
Here may be had a most thorough producer cf several thousand boxes of crop of 10.000 boxes would be allowed to
have a Dangerous jwwer even, as
course of instruction in the Shorthand fruit a share in these three millions of ship 100 boxes daily. His neighbor with v '
and Commercial Departments. This evidenced by the control: which in many Cheapest House in the State for Pumps Iron Pipes : r
( ,
dollars, which I can get in no other way.I 20.000 could of course, ship twice as ,
school now rivals the oldest Business instances, they have over legislation. If
Colleges of the North, for being equippedwith the ten thousand fruit and vegetable am interested, as no doubt we all many.: Suppose the 1'l),OOOb x man should Spraying,and Irrigating Outfits, Plumbing, r t

an able corps of teachers usingall growers of Florida will appreciate the are, in the prosperity of this beautiful vial il send out more than one hundred Gas Fittings and Tin I': !::;
the best methods. Why should nota State of Florida'; to which I owe my boxes' -For one cause and another his Hoofing r/.;,yr J

person be as thorough after graduating II advantages of combined effort thtwni and o-- health and all that I now possess. But ul- ir'hbOr Could not ship every day; ; :
there as they would be should they ganize and move as one man at
for the breezes of Florid which therefore, he could get and use enough
spend about four times the amount of once clothe themselves with the power balmy GE H FERNALD

money in" going otf to somir. distant to secure the very lowest possible pricesfor came to me eighteen years ago laden i: options to enable him to ship as much as ,

school? with balsamic healing, I should have be might choose. .
materiel and the very lowest obtainable -
Their terms .are within the reach of long since ceased to worry overjemporalConditions. "'he, overstocking I't.our market wouldin
rates for transporting their products. Hardware. Paints
and
all. This school maintains full attendance '
a -
And I that while I Bus away be successfully guarded
so
,
In ? ( say .
based upon its merits and has our judgment there is no industry ,
never practiced any of the catchy which stan/ls in greater J need, oforganigat am !deeply interested in the' general!, ag,/ nst. One' of the largest and perhaps **a*** Bf* ** **i* > H. *** ._---", 11--BiB -. **,*.*.; ? !T*? ]ssSir! --" "Ljilt'i' .-----"'=

schemes used by some schools for theo .4-eta-FlS. t a..... irbCY:.1-' :prosperity},! an>-< .vtuftict.Vy'selfish"! 'if" s'-tn:: \vn"l handlerjoftraiisrrfjfCAThas i -AGENT FOR-
1 ul ''jLei-plU nScn fuHT ( City offered tosell the fruit of
motives. have an axe to grind, but
dash of Florida. In
Their best graduates advertisements now holding> are positions.Of the numerous -. condition'we'a.re cur at present the mercyof disorganized know of n \,ay to grind it unless 1'1 I th' .ssociation. at four, ,per cent com- Acme ;Harrows, Wood's Mowing:Machines,

the same time I grind that of my rois on. On fruit that'sold at $v.50 this Charter Oak Stoves
the many Business Colleges now bid- transportation lines and commissionand I l Brinly Plows, ,
would be a saving of 15: cents box. I .
ding for the patronage of the public, material men. neighbors.Of I I per I
this College has gained a better reputa- Efforts have been made hitherto and course money will be required to On paper, nails and box stuff we have Scythes Snatns Hay Rakes, Law Mowers, Gasoline Stoves and all seasonal .

tion the 'State.for thoroughness than any other in plans formulated to benefit the fruit and carryon any work which is worth offend}; which will save to the growers 5 goods. I am Contractor for Irrigation of Groves, and am headquartersfor ".

\'(vegetable producers of Florida yet carrying on, but the growers in their cents per box. In freights we shall save, Iron Pipe Pumps Boilers, Spraying Outfits,Plumbing Steam
to begin with, at least 10 cents box. and Gu Fitting,Tin Roofing and Jrfetal Work
(Fear Hundred Greek Killed nothing has met with the full measure, present weak condition, at the end of a per

The Englkh minister at Athens has informed i of success which is needful to put our shipping season when their produce has These savings aggregate 30 cents per Guilders' Supplies Doors, Sash and Blinds I

the Greek charge d'affiirs at Lon industry on a profitable basU.The Florida in many instances sold for less than the box, or $1,800,000 on a crop of 6,000,000

don that 400()() persons were killed by the recent Fruit Exchange, which was ...rganized cost of packing and freighting are in. boxes. Lowest prices guaranteed. Write for Circulars aid Prices. ',"

earthquake Greece, and 2'>.000 rend- some ten years ago, has not been able no condition to respond to any call, Is there any reason why this large QEO. H. PERNALD. SANFORD FLA.

ered bomele and destitute Tbe Greeksof through lack of support to accomplishwhat however small, to run the machinery sum of ,money should not be distributed ._ .
this subscribing funds for the relief -
city are its proj-ctors intended it should. a necessarily great organization: there- among us? Without proper organization l .
of and already forwarded
the sufferers have .
It certainly has accomplished. great fore, 'it was necessary to devise some and co-operation cn the part of our fruit I ,',.
lljOOO to Athens fir tpurl'ose.
deal and has secured advantages whichwe plan by which money could be secured and vegetable growers it will be impos- : Brick Brick "

A MAID of honor to Queen Victoria receives could not have had without its ins without taking it directly from the sible to secure these reductions, but with .,..""

11,500 a year and has thirteen fluence. pockets of the producers. such an association as suggested, properly : F. '

weeks of attendance at court. Any pltn which may be de\isPd will > In order that all growers, whether .organized and in good? working or-

fail unless it has the support of all persons large or small shippers, may derive a der, *a wonderful reform would be FLINT R R8RICK .co ? !:

q it.is expected to relieve, and to in- just and equitable advantage from any wrought and our industry at once placed I :?

sure this support our people must first association which may be formed for upon a permanent and profitable basis.: ; :

SatCOwgk to time.8rr Sold up.b Ta.tes drvRrhta U ..flee accept a plan and then take a hand in their benefit and protection and in order CRUGER & PACE, Proprietors,, F

putting it into practice. We must act that they may pay into the treasury of '.

harmoniously and unitedly.A such association an amount based upon LITERARY DOINGS. ALBANY, GEORGIA.

comprehensive illustration of the the advantages received, the following -
MB. nOLlA11t T is occupied upon w M"."
Potash for Fruits andYegetablc advantages of united effort is this; Supse plan has been thought of. his new book, which will treat of the w. make the largest and hardest brick made in Georgia. .

for int*nce, I had five millions ofllars. The State Treasurer of the association pre-Raphaellte movement in England.A "

Potash Siltare especially- benefidJ for .'. I could buy end< pay in full for shall have stamps worth two cents each, corn of the sixpenny pamphlet: edi- We can take one of our softest burned- brick and

malta and vegetables of all kind; oa a aadjoU he crop of Florida oranges. I1!} a few which shall be the trade mark of the tion of Gray's "Ee: y." printed by the drive a tenpenny nail through an inch board.
it I* Impossible to raise a marketabb author in 1751, sold lately in Londonfor r
article without PoUth. cases more than one dollar box mil association. These stamps shall be delivered "
per ,
three hundred and dollars. Write for Prices.
seventy I
FertOiien Frnii and Vegetable should Daily Capacity, OO.OOO
I the iOf local .
through treasurers
..oataln from 13 to J 5 per cent of Potash. be demanded upon the trees, while In THE interesting announcement is
DM fertilizer containing sufficient Potash or instances less than dollar wouldbe unions toils several members proportion 4,
some
Potash a made that an authorized memoir of
apply alt .s.ch a*
MURIATE 0 \]POTASH asked; therefore'it is safe to say that to the amount of produce be the late Dr. Francis Parkman will be Is Life i

one dollar per box would be about the shipped by them. For instance, if a prepared under the direction of his FERTILIZERS.i
'SULPHATE .
POTASHAND .
OF
average price on the trees. grower has a thousand packages of stuff family.

KAINIT..laformaOoB to be Sent out, he shall receive from the WITH the seventy thousand dollars Worth
?
and Pamphlets free. Address With this immense crop to ship I treasurer of his union one thousand left to Yale by the late Judge'Hillings Living Ftw Specialties; In the Fertilizer, LIne. ._

GERMAN KALI! WORKS. should loot about among the Pittsburgnail stamps which shall be charged lo him; a chair of English literature is to be It has been well said it depend on the livet. "
factories, paper mills and manufac established It will be known as the H. J. Baler & Bro's
13 Nassau St. n.w .orti cit .. turers of box stuff and get the,owest 'and upon shipping his produce whether Emily Sanford professorship. In Floridawe ..

obtainable prices for all material need- oranges vegetables, shall affix to each A Bt:1tOR' has gained some credence. I Celebrated Complete Manures.For .

YYVWI / ed. The saving in this way would not package; one of the association stamps. in Germany that Prince Bismarck has think Jife always worth living though Orange Trees and Vegetable -,.
sold the of his many persona would lead a happier life bya .
be less than three and perhaps! as muchas ,It shall be the duty of such shipper to copyright memoirs to faring a little he d to the calls cf the Kentucky Tobacco Stems.*
8>: PIANOS Hardd five cents per box. ;furnish to the treasurer of his local un- a ;rm of publishers for one hundredand Stomach Liver and Kidr.eys for relief. Th, Ground Tobacco Stems.
Times I Ion the twenty-five thousand; dollars.TO genuine and justly celebrated Potash both high and low grade. '
f1 name or names of parties to
I would then go to the railroad and Sulp pur. .
Prices Low steamship lines for bids for the transportation whom he makes shipment. giving the Dr. C. McLane's Nitrate of Soda. -'
ORGAN amount of each I I ,.
of my fruit. Instead of paying, shipment It shall be Canada Hardwood Ashes. >_
rule of the association Pure Bone,
4
that all .
.
as I now do, seventy-five cents per box perIsons KEEP ,HER Liver Pills .
Only WO for a Superb Meow' AUAKUHOriMU receiving packages of produce from YOUTH Blood and Bone. .
4MUUeed. from Stanton to Providence or Boston, a woman must keep her Cotton Seed Meal.
lo StopalUeh. Ouo. IS each I you will all admit that I could at least Florida bearing the association stampOr health." All the "beaatt- invariably give relief to overworked Stom- The molt COMPLETE STOCK of Fer-
Mid fti sDooUOr. Bedaoed : trade mark shall remit to the State fler in the world won't ach Liver and Kidneys and as a general tilizer Material and Agricultural Chemicals '.
tram I11& WBXTX Da secure as low a rate as! fifty cents per do as much for you aj Of the blood have no equal. All in the State.Lowest .'"
e6aUIUIBTKU.I1f8 Mirror 'opsetsBeedeUatopa box. Even this rate is high. One hundred Treasurer of the association two cents Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pr.ecription. Malarial diseases are quickly! cured and **'
wQ II kor( each package.We With that,you also prevented by the timely use of these Prices- Quick Shipment. < "
and fifty dollars for hauling a car can tea the good thafidone pill; Wilson ft Toomer. .. !' .
Lo T Ir N"/ t71" at SSS and' of oranges from central Florida to Boss believe this plan will enable the as well as feel tt. THE FERTILIZER HOUSE; OF FLdEtDA.Tobacco .. ,' .x
$75. Watts UL
E 'Ekcaat New Piano onlrjZS.WcurDBmrui 1. ton is far too much. association to raise sufficient money to 'That regulates functions all,improves the womanly That Tired Feeling JaCksonVllle1.r.iaot< : ,:;','.',-
: u the PBJCX.TraDMadooa i not only keep itself in working order your digestion, enriches .
Warm U.. Then when it came to selling, I would andsa\eto the 7oarblood, brings refreshing *e,.II hare at times may be entirely avoided .,, o
than 23 :: '
more #
bargain In nearly t not pay A commission of ten per cent;:or growers Bleep and builds by an occasional dose of these PiUs. Price .
now Piano and Organs, ocedatrUUouly. I. cents upon every package shipped, but It up, strengthens, and repairs 25 cents a box. fold by all druggists and "
Watt. U. 1 $1:50.000-for' selling my crop. If I will be enabled to put into the treasury evorj1 part of TOUT system.In dealers in rneuicine. Sent by mail il desired. 1'fik. r Y t
If Jan vast flano or organ one of the"female STEMS '.
were to consign Indiscriminately to every complaints"and
now to UM time to boy it potato hundred FLEMING BP.D.llEltS COMPANY
I' nearly or .quite one- thousand: weaknesses that make women old and miser- .- *.
J JUBBT. WxmUa. f dealers butter. and cheese men, to 'dollars annually. able, the Prescription will certainly cure. Proprietors >
Write u anyhow. Trade 10 wholesale and retail grocers, instead of It' the only guaranteed remedy. If it PittsburgPa.For '
dull and cant ask
oaetUoai you about Piano more and to regular fruit dealersI probably could There are other ways of raising mono doesn't benefit or cure, in the case of every -BYTDETON -
Organs* than w.want to answer which will commend themselves to weak or suffering woman, she'll have her "the Best'il
the'servlc for less : us )! '
than back.
.- Try It, pleaM. not secure ten money OR CAR LOAD.
I per cent; but 1 certainly should not do when' once we get in working order You pay only for the good you get. -\

lu n 8 B t 8.M.H. this. If I believed the :auction system ,Whatever plan,may' be decided upon, There's the very best evidence that Dr. Chemical Fertilizers for' Price writ.to -
f f"n fI
I would employ auctioneers on a 'each: individu.-/ shipper must have placed Sage's Catarrh Remedy will cure your Ca- il '1

SAVANNAHOA. salary. $500 a month-would secure the before him at frequent intervals a full tarrh.the medicine It's this promise:' .*If,your made Catarrh by the makersof can't; Write TO E. o. PAINTER & co., '.;-

best talent inthis line. I would and.detailed account of the-work and the be cured,no matter what.your case is we'llpay I t ." ,
very I
E. 0. PetY rgaSc Co. -
raII. S you $:50Q.n .I DelTand FI*. .. DELADK FLA. 1

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/i/ ncX 11110''t . .. 't .. 40 1 4ido ....
If':, swX of sea( .... .,..... ..:. .... 2t3 4 X1 oW I45 Siqu:1 6 22 2
do y."ilc tll X of veX. .. .... ........... ::..... ,9 4 21 40 f 45dG R. )! Smttb.-.. .,. ._... :.!-! i'" ""'t.: .. .. .. .. .._.... .... ..2;! II 40 1 4V
.. t-eX ofswW ;..... ... ,. ....... ..... 84 4 X1 40 4ido Fntz < .. ofn..ljohw6ofb\\\: ....... . .aU ,:2 ,'L 225RI.'mell
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'. .W"Ofl .. ; .. .. .. ..... ... .3t4.III } ; ...... nwtfof nwJ\: ._..._._...,..._.._... :8 G 40 1 ..
do. urX of : ;...... ,. : : .. IU 4 'l 1 45 N. W. KaeVctt. .... .. neV and >f of tin'}4 utid fce4Mrs. of n.1 r
I. :' :. R. ands- .. .. ......_. .._ ... .. ...... ; fla 2i OS
do 'oS otse3a-. .... :.. .:... .. ...... 34 4 21 2 YP. 5 COO,: IS ,
' du. ra"; X ornw?:. :... ... .. ... ?. .. .. .. :!S 4 2'l 41 tV 14104 i James Gilliatt .. . .. .. sw}4 ofWin. 1I..}: .......-... .. ..... ... .. 6 9-" i.i J fc-v
1, or 511'H. __ ._ ....___..._ 35 421 4J 1 45 M. Pellari: ...,.. .:. .. nw>4 oi s.\7Ki except lo cri-s on e side 27 6 .L :) 13 4d,
du U\\4 ott. 4.'.... .". ... .. ..:. .... lIeS" 21 40 1 45 Mrs F.N.Adams.. ...... . .. 2 acres in nw cor of sw V ot..e* .. .. i7 6 2. 1 t.
dq, a3r of n-tf..... ... .. :. ..:..:.... .. 2d 4 !: hll 2 2tld4 Unknown...". .... .... .. ;.. ;.. nw," ot nrk. .. .. ... :......?.. ... ;.:. 27 0do' :,2 41t 1../
ay ot DW- ....... ...: .:.. .. 1 4i ta I 22/1 nrJofw4.... ... ... . ..._. :;...G 411 It::
0:01.: n.tjofae... .. .... .. .. .... .. ...28 4 ::2.80 It 4ido. Thos : w3 c.f se34 .. .. .. .. .. 2tI 4 2: tO .. 26 L> L., Andenon. .. .. wi of '"J.4 of beJ4 of niA and eX of
dQ, .X of neJ4 ofneV and iiw' of neV 36 4 :t1 till IJ3 nell of "t l4 of ur and }; acre off of .

[-p, uwV of, nc)4..M._.TO._._.__......t__ 8 5 IS 40 1i i5 nw cor of a lot ot 4 acres of eX of
VT A. BlacivelderJaa. .. .... ._.. .. net of neV ."...., 2. 5uwVofneV 18 .40 405 ne* ol seJi of ne>4 and }; acre on ofa
; G J outw........__..._ 2Jne 5 18' W 30.; lot of 4 n*res iu e.Vj of nej-i of seji
)tar E. Levy.. . ..V...- ( of eel( .. 25 ft ISID 40 r J of lie* ._.. ...?.. ... .. .. .... ....23 Q 22 d 4 65,
.H. V.. Bja<;k.i.eiacr..... . IIW.J( of wU ... :s 5 40 -., 1 43d0 .. 1o1.oo.wn\\. ... .... ... ... .. 1 acreiu nwcorof e* of st }; o f.b<'} .
0f . ... .. .. .. .
IIW"ot..1. ... '. .. UO 5 18 40 l. .t'14 .. j'-$ 1 22 1 136,
R. NDpw ling ..... .. .... ... IItsl. .all.J1d 4."bl \u..lin".s adds I
Un n- ;.,.. .. .. e3( of uwX S3h 5 181H. 80 !! Y6 .,
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town 0 :: ; \
uo ..W74ot V .... .. .. .... ... at 5 40 1 5 ? 't\
J. 1.. Wynn.... .... .... .... lots 15 and 16 blk 2 in 1wwl.ug's addition
do vtfof se'( ofawAi ... 34 5 18 LO 13
1. -- to Mm kti.. .:. .. .. .... .... e 1706
do ." orllt'1. ..... .,,... ... ... .... .34 Ii J8. 40 r 4.s ? \
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F. 11.; Doul.s... . .. ... ..... seX of self ......_...._..._._.._6.5 19..010 1 t:ido Joh;. L, Hendricks.. .. .. :-. .. lotsS, U. 7 un'l' bl 12 in SUrke. ......:
:, C. I C'rawley ......_.....___ lot 2 anu 4 bt 7 to town uf istarke.: ......... 440',
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ne.\ of UtI-i ....__....__... .........._.. 5 1\1 40 Ii 3Onknown. .
... .. ... .. ... .. IIWIf of nrk...__...:._...""", ,...-.._" 1 II 1f Wrn, XVi'gus ._.........._........ ..... 105tertS'juAreinsecoriierof )Yluu"-'l
and
do swX of teX: ..*.. .. .14 5. 111"41 1 4 truugestrerts, bounded taM by "
20 19 1 Oranere street, bouiii', by udlllln..t .
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5beV 10. Go'
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hoa. J. Crocker .............-, ....... of sw V ..._..-....._..?.??....?.... 30 5.19 4340 4.) .- .' iuie.( ot seX dGctiOQ .9, wulihip : .
uulroo..D..o IIP.of8e3(... ... ...... ... ,. 8d 5 19 t 45 ;@.r '. 0, ran o:& iu Stark?... ..?.............. t .-... d 6Q..
B EIIiHI.ioD.... .. .. ...... : : 8L j. J. S. .Wynns.. :; .+.:: ., .... 3H lotsun cor.-er Mauibon nnd Saulitl. p
J. n' of De" .......r___.._._._. .. ._M \ 5 111 t.() N \!II'E.len -t .
M. S. sslons.. ..., .. tiny of owl........._._..... ..,............ 31 5 It 40 2 :6unknowq .' 8rs streets bounded north by Madl-. ." 'V '-
.. :... .... .. .. ...... .01. .' .t.IIW.lt.... .. .... .. .;.: ..' 32 s 19 40 \.45 ;. bon street, south by laid of W F. 'r,
do swig of nt'i: ... ... ... .. .. .. .. ... 8U 5 IU 40' 1 45 Edwards, west by S. J. Denton and '/
8.\ Of swX.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. b.5 YO 4 east by Saumteis street In town of
J.K.do.WatijprJ. ..........._... .. :.._. nwW of swX ... .. .... .!.. ..y...: .... SI S 2iI.n 1.1 45 4.j &.trke.... ... .. .. ....._........_ ... 1091.
E.-J. WamriRlit........-::. kWHofntHnwU .. .... .. .. .. ... ..... 28 5 20 4D G ( F. G. Stiller.. : . .. .. .. s'}4 of s. :i (less 5 acreg) :.... ..._... E9 6 3 3S s otL'nknowA
UntnOWU,.... ......_..__..__ ... of ntV ...............:,.;,__......._. 'M Ii 20 411 1 4i .. .;;:.. .... ....t.-. .:. seX of nwX less 30aerts. ............ :9 II 1:2 3U 86J
w. H.Kdwardi....__..... .._.... nv> of nww v'. i'H 5IptSl 20 40 John }o'. ItOIliD (tru l..t')..:.... I.l' of 1J\\4. . .......... .. .. ...,_ X I 6 22 90 Ii 4.
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do 2 and 3..' 30 l4. .Albert lJudgc. ...._.... .z t.res iu se Clor of neX of I.J-.j... :9 Ii Z-.r 3s 930.
Mrs E. E lilll.... ... .. .. .. .. .doC 511.In town of Lake liuiler.. 5 a) 24\t.\ a46 F. O. Jaques.. ..... neg of 11" !I . . .... .:.. ._.. ....... 2J Ii 22 I.I 8116. .
do : ride of 2. tinkuowd... ..........,..... . .. s'X ot se';.. .. ..... .... ... ..3'3.8 22 411 1 t5
\ acres beKinnlnir st 210 ft e on of n line scVut Epperson J. H. 'I>ean.. .: .. .. . . .. n? 01 nJE of awii of IIW,!(cf uw3..... &I 6 2.r 2X 1 14
w or
seX and runnli to chat N. W.JI'\Ckett.;....... . art ofce3j :... .... ... .: : ... ... .3.; II 2J 40 1 45tlletry
the vast side of the e c Christlnu Etidrtws ..... . .. .., seX t'L' ; _....... ...._. .. . . . M 6 22 4IJ 1I.uL'nir1.n9Wn.
I Church 420 ft parallel ith theoriginal ......... .. . .... . .. S 'i or Welt :..: .......... . .. ......... 3.Ii :3 80 2 :5
thence el2 (10" 1It'!: O. S\\I; .... .. .. .. .. .:. . .. ..'35 6 2'! to 14.
survey ft tbe ft t, N W. llae ett. . .. .. ... nelofsWXand sS tiC bW.\ and st' s 86 6 Z'4 10 Ii 26Ul -
420 40
thence w titpoint
8 >\pe .. .. .. . . . .. . ..8t11i'.l..0 43'
of beginning ._... :0 4, '..13004.JB lnown.... '' otr-.:. .... .. ;.. .. 1
Est Q. ,. and ? of .. SO 5 do sat of nwj : ..... .....__. ........... .: .. tli 6 2J toO 2 2.;
oI Buddingtop .
Ii} slt neAi >
t otse3S :Hi 3 j 5 20 ICQ4ft .J \\'. NarreU. ... ... . . nrHot br44 It"" ,t I :... .: ..:. ... 1 19 19. 3.1&K.I

Unknown.._._.... :.. .. .. .wto'n1ll'}. .. .. .... ... .. ... ... 1'521 4\l 145W1S ). lIayt'-'I .... . .. ...... .. ; .. ne" 01.11.\ ....................._. ..........._. X 19 40 5 64'
land and .Trust Co. liui:W..... all of..... 55 21 tlt.1 J. R. lI'\ulbrooit., . . ... .. D\\.I&. of aru.. . .:. :... ..10 or 19 4U : Y5
John I' .... . seof seX 214> 1 14i J3 T 1\1 4U 1 ii''Slepben
Sllns UllJl.ird..t Lapp e.. of .... 105 2 SO Hague .. . .. IIWX of II\\ i( .. . :.. ..t. ...... n 1 19 40 2 25'Che8
< .. ne.< . 17 5 21 &. 44 I A Butler .. .. . . . .l'4 OII'P and nw $ of-'e'i. .. .... Ii. 7 19 tt1 :: :!5TholilLUoltoll. .'
L. / 27 5 :t1:10 .. .. ...... . s,' vt t-c42 alld nw3.4 w'3y .lid l'.1t of
j""cllkno..n_..;_........__.. .. .. I } of"l'3iexcept5acre81.1ngafi: .
and bunder 1t." IIW}.! t.f u.4.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 4 1 19 140 5 10&
w < f tttrKe on road
flo) nc.V >of nwjf... 9 5 21 35.4i) 115 Pick r's Brook+:. ..... .. .. n.. .1u, nr.4 ...... .. .. . .. 4'1 19 41) 3 'reo
d.. of uwMof nw.V. si 1\1' > 1 13 J Jl JollIIl.......:. . . s)4 ot lot 4 teas 1 acre.............._.......... Ii 7 J9 :IJ 8 r5'P
J 2
du > ofnl' .. . .. .. . . .. aa s 21 4!) 1 43 ; 's EU worth.. ... . . .. .. sKaflotO ; . .a .. . . ... d 7. 1f 41) 145' iUyknowut
dp ar,4 8Kof neV.. . . .. .. 33 5S3 21 40 1. ... ... .. .... . t.X of It.t' 6.::......... .. .. .. . . .6. 19 411 f 43'
doTruby iifVjotnw.il' ........... .. .. .... .... 5J 40. 1 4> J nJohtll. .. .. .... .. .... ... oX of lot 6.....:.............:.......... .......... ., 11 4& u 8:'
& Dnl........._.. ..........._ ear of n" V.of seX or e# of wX of 355 21 Up kn.'wn.. .. ... .. . ... r3= ofrty")," .......:...............__ .. ........ 1U ". :0 NIl 2 r.
lot 1....__ .', .. .... .: .- 36 5 21 20 1 53 J .1I1oore. .. .:...:... . .'..... sw3a of Sw3Y . ,... .'.. ..: .... 13 'I' IIJ I 40 2 saw
Mack DeSue... .... "W.\OfllwXotD" 'or wliof".I( d. sell of srl( less 2 ar.r.s In IIW CUi.... lIS 7 2 3. 5 : ,
Nat(3sloey.. . .. .. . ... ...U''i ofr.V"J 1 .0. 411 14: '
.. 1 31SiO
ot lut 1.. .. ,...,. .. ... .. ..... .: se 21 20
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, Edward DeSue. .......... .... 5 acres in nw of lie*.. 5M. JW1\1oor . .. . .... .. rt: orn.i vIIt'341..."" G ec.eg: . Fl 7 20, H lye
K..lIVJonl'.s> of uw*..cot: ...(sw4. .. . .. .. .. .1 21 /leI. ll> t'). HO kea.'es. .. . . ......... n wt'i (lfsw}4........... .. ...:.. . .. .. Zl T :!O.U 1 8.:i
I John 8. Noble. _. 2"j in of sw of neJ 865 21 29.f 3 t-5 J W loorc. .. . .. . . IIW 3 4 c.f 1I".i ... ...... .. :: .......... .U 'I' :''0 40- 2 ZiWnt s
-- < or ; 5'
I t- acre n\T 2J 22 .............. .. .. J4 t1 5 .. . ....... :3 7 4). Si
O. F.-Staff er....,...... .. .... aof ne4 ot 1'6.1\._....... ........ 12 10 52(5. Tbigprn. "( t.e tea acres 14J,
hnltnowu _._.. .....__.. ..:. nl-3 of -.S 4 of nw i oT; uej and wX.22 & Unkno..I1..... .... .. .. .. ......... swj of utj.: .. . ... :i' i'\J -10 1 45Io.II ,
v. of nw\ of neJ4BwV .\..... ..._.. 20 l, 83 lun.ht'f/............ .... .. u\\' 4..t.ll"ii ard I't'.1i fIlIll'H... .. 24 : :0 IIJ. 22,)'
) J. W. C Fetera.. ... .. ... of nw> aud t-e>4of nwAnwli (It.235 22 Win .1'IIigllC'n..:..... .. ... . urX IIr tow\& 'an,( hili.of Sti.." .. 21 7 2tl toJ 3 OS
J ...,. .. .. ......... ... 50. 7 t5 L'P'.". ... ......... .. ........... .'fn"\.' .......... . .. .. ............._... '!1't2il N1) .".. M_IRI1Brooks. '
23
Hugh D.on............... .. .... .. s3-4 or nwfcjot sw ; .. 5 22 5 K5 .. .. ..:................... ... nwX of tow!; .. '. . .. :. :. z7 1 20 -10. ]. 43Thtjo -
fiani'l White.... ... .. . . ... block 10 in town of Lawtev.. .. 23" s !e-W .;5,40 (;Jld ..r.:.:..... .......... . .. swtj ..f Ml( . ............ .. . . w. ';' 2" 40 14:;
Mrs. Helen \\foite.. ... .. : Iota l, 2 and 3 block it in tow n Wet J: );0\\'t'11' .. .. . ...r..... nIIf nw.Ji' and t'H d nw.i :. .. .. 8.i ; :'.0 JU 3'pyMt
Lawtey ., _... . . .. .,.of.. 4. 25eeV 'a E B jennet............ .. ........ lot J S. hlucK lti III Sampson t ity. ......... 4 T 21 119Unlnolvn. '
.. .:: ... ..... ..:.. .. ..11..14018\\'Ji . ....._. .. . : .. 10 YI 4J: 14.)
tlO 1It .4 of ioW.' ......... .......... .. . . JIS 21 10 14.'j'
110 n.'iOr I\'H he b"}4" '" ...... . . .. J1 .: 21 iO 113tto

| C. Le1yi( .... ..... ..... eAi of s"!4 of sq}iof nl') . .... si ft. Ks 5. 2 6I.Mrs. at34ornrX% .. . . .... ... . .0 !. 21 40 1 4" '
F. 1> 14rwis.. ....... .. w. of f.w-of ew H of nej .. .. :!4 :2 .. .IIGeo.H.t'ul do' n"H of swH. . .t-.. . .. .. ... .21' 21 4IJ 14ido
>r........ ......II'f.* of bf>4 '..fnJ4 neX .. .. ..... ...2:1.5 rr HI 1'45 IlJoi 01 .e t .. .. ; ... . . ".0 .or:11 tel: : 25tij
H W.nn. .. .. .. . : .. .. .. W:4 of"-3-- and se'" ots\\-i. . ... 21 IU 4.6.')'
I W W Gri ..y..w.--.. of nw* of Leif ;. .;... .. .. :$ 5.2Y lU. ::' :6Jasper .. 22 1 2J..0 .
.... : 1
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jtI\UlLland at
a point
I : ; .jj..I'l'8.lIIl1lcDclli the 'n R where till* lint dltidiiiKtownhhip .' Unknown.......... .. .......... n.irt nt'Ji.. .... .. ......... .. .. ... ::9":1 4') 1 4$'
5 and crossev and NY lIackett.:. ...__......_... e34.and ""H of II w'}j iUJllr s3;Hof sw.y.. 2 1 2. 4411 II' q::.'
w* sail Q line 562 feet Unknown ............L.. ............ tl'HotnwJt. .. . .. .. ... .. .. 2 1t 4) 1'4.N '
ruoolng Vonce, II 21O on-fret, thi-nce rand W- llw.kctr.1.' . . .'.'. se4.. .. ... .... ....:... ...._._ 3 7 22 143d 3 !U'
with .1' ::72"lll5 22.>

to parallel R K thence Raid a on township K R to lino Mrs Mary JIOPJ. \..... .. ...;.. .. ...... Fe..i ofgrX ,.. .... .. .r. ..... ......... 4 1Z 40 1 -a.j'.
t point ._:.. _............. ( ...., .-_. .. .. .... 1' 22 40-
i--- of becl ftlnfr::. .... ................ 85 :1"2'2 9. 5C3 ..DltUvwn.. .... .. nw33'of '
Unknown....__. .........\.... ...... f% of seX of swt4........ ....._.. .. a. ti Ip 20. 1 13" do W vf nwtof .w} ;... .". .. ... 4'' T,22 YO- T1, .
W. J. IS. Stilt .. .. ... .'........-.. 5 HCtfS in ne cor uf, np}i o' t>w V.. b\ G It r 1 13 A II TullL5... .... .\..._......._...._ All that part or w.( orswy of seX :
Aaron En\vard......... .... I X oflw\i.. .. .. ,. ...... ....13 tb 1S so.4i 1151 and of .eJ4 t.f 1Si lying south ofbrunch. .. :2
Jacob Betrrt .... ... ..... of nw* .. .. .... .. .'. ..... .... u ) II 51 ......_.. .;-........-....... .. 5 r ::; 42 1J 03-
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Irrd..nKrlt\1.\. .. .. nt'"Cnp.1 ......:. ... .... . 14 lIl III 4ii 5Unkllo (k; Unknown :..-....._ ...... .. .. ... et i4 cf ueh. .. .. . .. ... .. .. 6 Y 40' 1 4ido
\\ .. _... .... ;. ;. nw} of iwV.rvX ... ... .... IT G\ 14 ) 1 45 e olwnut sw I. ... ..... .... 5 T :; :' 1 1S.
dodo 1101 of sw4.. .. .. .... Ii.K 2) 1 ,a do e01 seg. ... .... 5. 74' tO. X 23'. .
t. J.
lIei( of nwjeof river... . .... 2i O li 3P- 113 I1nJ. G Uamnl, .. ..._ .. .. ...lvl.11 01 Lav1k lruc an.l Truby's Fine
1 .tJivjsi'l1 of e. or II-X and 11\\4 .rf
G 1 5P5 net. sretkn i, and 'te3( ot sr4 Sec

Jt".IIe Wl l 1 am,........ .. ._....... ne31 ol.pi__. ... .. . .... 25 14C, 301 .; ami 7.; ..... .. .,; .. ........... .....-. 431lgknowtl. .
l 21; 6. \1 "
trnkIlC:1f" ..._._. _\...::t-.... .. .. lot 8K : or wit of nw4.. .. ............ J6 II 111 "0 2 25 .. ..... :... ... ...... f"OI seX .. ....... ....... .. .. .. ..:.. f .22... eo. .. 2iU.
dada 'V Of ar4.. .. .... .. ; ... .... iu U. 1IJ 4n 1 45 .. .. 3; "r Prig.. .. .. . . ... .......... 4 't :.:..-.;. ZW Y Y5d0
lot 1. .... .-V.; .. ... .. ...... C 8iJ 2 35 nwr -llu\\.i. ... . ...... .. ... .. T7. 40 145-
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: \ 21 2 Catherine Holly..... .... .... 1 i.crc in DW CMUl'r or s34 tIt nw'X of
E S. El Ik worth..... .. nw* of tteX ndbwVo Ft'> .... 6 18e A0.. 2. .
Oitt8 Jit'lht'a... ..... :. .. .... ..... e3j ofnw.1' aod n" ii of sJR w.>,."''' i"J 120 0: OIl nwl4' .:.... .. ..................... .. .. II 'i .; 1 201.
1. J. Brook...__.. .\. ...... sw3 OfIlW.J... .. ... ..... .. .. ..ll 5 9. 19.19. '\0 1 45 Unknown. ... ;. ..'. .......... ._.. .'w1. ur wor aw'X ...... .. .. ...... M .7':: 211 r 1l: rdo
Catherine Beunelt......_.. .... .. nij of 8e\( except 13 1-3 acres in 'do ;: !34 ot Fray ut 11..7;.. .. .. . .. .::. II :lJ.2O, j,1J,
n-c >rl. .. .... 6. 19 1 85 seX u n.i ......... ......... ... .. .. . ... 10 'r % 40 1.430'.
J. W Moran......__...... .. 8X of> sea( .... .. .. . .. 12 J3 Ii JII 4ti% 1 45; o fie): of sw X ... . . ... ........ .. 1' 7 '_"' 41 1 i.;j,;
Uacnuv' p.-. .. ...-mi. ... .. ... ofneot eej:..... .. . .. J3 II 19 24 11: ro 11.\ \.C'nI.! of sr31 . .. .. .... .: .: jO' .. "d :0 11'1'o ,
do. nd( of sw 3( .. ,...._... ... .. 6 19 40 1 45 nit of sett of nwX and II J..1 'If sejnlnt
eat Carter \ewllom........... .... sX of 4 w 'nd'D' of 8" V:and 1. } 1. .. .. .. .. :.... .. ... ..... .. .11 1 22 811.' 1.8:
IIWJj of sw'J,! .. .;. .!.. 26 6 11 201 972 do ti w X uf sly:( .................................:....11.7':2. 40 1I:;'. e
do 10 aci-es in eft .of Fej and eel of Max E Ioore....... .. .. . .... uw4 of 1It'4 auoJ a3s of nr35 and net X .
swl( -y.'. .... II 19 ttt 4 25 and. .. .S.. .:......... . 111. j2 600, 13 4r6.
Ut\llnowo_.... .._.,.\. ..... COncres: n of river In Iiej r.j of- sw34 27 Si II 19 04'i 1 12' U'n\nowll.. .. .. .. .:.. .. .. .. .... nwJio[ nwj. ... .. .. .. ._...::.. .. JIS l' 'w'. 40. 14,.).'
c dA IIIII'X of wlf 85 6 19 1 45 EllaP' jlluth. ....:........ .. ... 6-f 1\1:1''b in Sti of seX colIIlII..n'jn .
., 1 1I.ro 10 145 Me fart east t.1 sw c'rnt'r of M'3 .

LMcKinney.)..... .! .... ... ._.. 4v3t ,.f B"' V of. Ff.U and sea of thence JIf'I'hiI 0 fret thence east .

10\1\'J. ...... ... ........:i....... ... .... IIO 60 670 Iii f..d. thence South GliI1 ft 1\.' dthence .
141 wet Y443 tort tu place of be-

Unknown .. .. ......\ .........__._ nwMofnwW. 1 181.0411 6 :a'1 4U 14- ginnln ... .... ...... ...._... .. .. .. lq 7 2'.! 5Jt. Ii 42.
Alex lieloach . ...........-RW\of wwjofne \ .,. 3 IS 2J 40 14:1 MJ.;!! '. ary EH1ao .... .. .....-...I\t 5 Upc.. -ler's pl/lt se4 of t-e.ti.
U4u own...._ ..._ _..........._ < .. 8 G. 40 14i In town of Hampton.. .. .. ;.. 19 7 Z-J" 2 65Unuown.
dQ : I *# of .. ...?. 7 2lI 40 145a ....._............................. w.i of.w 3i...._... . . ... .2'J.n 80 25'
do lot 4............ ... ._ ?.?...._. .. 7 6U, ct) 1-.0. a% CJ 13ru.hy.. .. ::. ._. ...... ::. ..'t.flf'.1i fs.: 4 ;:.. .. .. ...... .... .3u ;; O. 2 436O. -
dodo nof Sf r>f?lot? -10..;...., ? .? 7Rei 20 112 ... fnrowl'r. .. .. .. .... n\\'i (of"..X .. ... ........... .. .. .....:_.. in 7 -. 4d 225'L'nxupWn
C 'ofneV ., .- \II IIO Y0 40 t 45 .. . ..... ... '" ...., r.f seX. . . . . .. ... 3"1 7. 23 40. 2 Zido ''

dodo nwJ, oftlwJi .. .. . .... .... .... 15; GI 40 14. t'1t i of "w4 of 6wH and -w'i of sej of 0 .
ne?+ of Slll'-.. ..... .. .... .... .. 15 G Zli() 40 1 45 sa-3j' ......... . .. .. .. ............_.... 5 R 22 40 1 &ido '
do lot 11....;..._...... ........ ..._... .,. 19 << 2Q 80 8 Sg ) nw.:& of nrLj. .. . ..._ . .. . .12 l' 22 .0. 1 45d0.
., ea2K uti oflw' . .. : .. .. .. ..13 Il 21 4U l.or.

J, }t. Johns.. ....j\ .. .. .. 2V acres In se corner of nwtj ofnwU N. 11 1I.\LI';. '1'ux .C.l''lor.; Brndi',d C0I111'S Flit.
and 7X acrvg in lie corner of .
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.w,'. of n\\'4 ._._........_ --____. 24 G 211 10 /I 01 -.----- ..
Unknown .. ..I. .. .. . e0'' neV ...... .... ,. .. 34 CI 20 80 !
dodo w'{ of n*>i.. .. .... ...... .... .. 84 110 3 25
'* lIf *'* .... .......t........ 31 6 2' KbW 2 25 GRo.VE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC.
do' Wtfofw* ........,. .. ... .... .... .. 34 f 20 HO j:15 .
Itobt Mathls... ..I--T .... .. .. nw" oflt' .. .. .... ..... ... .....26 21 40 381
t'ukno"'u. ._.. ..... ... sir of Fat of lot 1... .........._....... 13 II "I 20 1 13 It }s as pleasant to the taste as Tern
\\ M. Oone ." ,:. .. ... .. nw.1 or ..wl( .... ."--"".14 G 21 40 Z lJ
ll-uiy Bsxrrr_.....n.. .. .... .. ) '. jofneKeS .. ..... .... .... .... .... 24.IIil ia a (101 '' d 1 The smallest infant will take it and
Trnhv & Uaris, .. .."._... .. .4 of sw4 of he*:.._.. ..... .....-.24 II 21 30 1 80t.n..lUUlwtUcs..I. a :
.... .. ._.... nwj of ra lens ip acre and 10" i't';' 't wa" ""' 4 t -."- -, never know it is medicine.
\ acres i" w V 01 s"!<:j, of h\\)4. .. .. o B J2 40 5 F6ao Children cry for It.
blocks 33, 3l. 35 and 36" and I.\( of '' 'r y Chills once broken will not return.

blk 3J and all of bl 31 except lots ft,}. "-t d r ; .. Cost you only half the pricqol olh-
s 12, 13. 14 a d l.yf naV ofsw l t t; ;;* <= er Chill Tonics.
of Cumramg'b tubJm. ou In As '. -" '$ : = No quinine needed. No purgative
bury Urren.......,....... .. 8 0 23 P 3 pi + _-
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Hen y C. Earl. ,i, BeKinui g at a joint on Lottiea .
i all .
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nue C55 tet'; {K>itli of Cum t err y- r-VS" e5 purifies removes
mtnfr'.. avenue aid running cast 1 1.dr a Y ? = malarial poison from the system.It .

400 feet, thence south 615 feet, I la as large as any dollar tonic and

thence west 4Q'] fort' and thence Nx yU- a RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS.
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north 655 feet tq point of b rmnini _
4 ; in Anbury: filt'..n tiff acre) 2 6 2 4VS : | 85'iV Jiut ass Good Children.V for Adult. aa for"
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I C. Floyd. . ..t-. .__...... 5)t aerrs Ine\ of HWV of o..Jio( ... __
l'umnungI8ulidn'I'uoDln.\-.bUI7 I \ A R R A K T E P. '

Orwn.. .. ._.......... .... .. 1\ 2"1.'r.- r.'r n dm 4
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Evelyn T, LarnorU...... .. Jot C 1/' S2 iu net of sw V 01 coin 4ming'8 '+ Coavlt&BYltLE Glo.Mn R., Dee. 12,1 n&
subdivision in ., ____. ;i. PsRtsILiSDTC1 r8 Parts. Tenn. :
A '
bury
a : s; Please pebd ma tnree noses of. your
S;: reo-n.- .. ..... __... II K 1 C9 p roTe't Tut le9 Culll Tonic. 1 was
Eliza M. Bartlett. .... .....__,.. ... }of & bl 3i in nr* of sw of .L i l r pleased with the lot from onset tun--
Curumi&gSfcubdivittlGnof Anbury -_ -._-. _--+ rrner.. The people vere dcllghtej with It.
.>, Oreen...__._..... .... .. 5 8 23 1 C9 a = =_._. = I crave your Chill Tnolo to som*"children
3l.rtha1uner.-:2..lpts 1. 2. S and 4 blS2In 'ne* ofsw > -' -3 who ware pale and vwtbr and emaciated
baTiOK had cbronto chi bf months
it of Cttmmlng'g. tlubdh'l..tvn In O --"3' of them for a T and within
ARbury Green..'.. : .:.?..._. ._. 2 8 22. 2 41 +r ; r; = = a past three one weeks after bednnincwltl ear the Chill
DLary E.. Jonpa.--.. ..... loU 14 and 13 bl 31 in neW ol gw} i y + .. onto they were hate and hearty, with red
pf Cummings subdivision in An ? "'o. .. -- r. and rosy cteotj. It acte4 like a eharm.
bury (:reen. ........... ..._?.... 3 6 :23 1 31 At- L .claelX W. \V. ATIICSODl, i1. D.
Anna C- Brown... .... .... ..list J2 bl SI I'n ne)4 uf "wi of FOB SALE BY ALL pBTTQGISTS.

\;. Gumming Green subdivb-ian... in Aspury -, 2 6 It: 119 HAAgFACTUREU BY PARIS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, YO.,

JohnTB5Bbn4. .._..:; .. "" .. Lot 13 bl M iZ'ne3S of" aKy.of. T FORMERLY OF AAR 5. TEXX. e
*. Cumolngoo subdivision in As-
SSfo bury Green ...... _?.. s 6 2JSS ICO STA1JKR DRUG COMPANY General Agents tarkes Fla
Carrie VT. Kfcine. ..eye .. .. ...... lof 10 bl Sf In DA* of swk jt ._ ,
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7 bl 32 in ti iu *
&E.Mitchell-fjiyrT. -_ : Ipt ne of Mrjlj ... '
Cummings subdiv-siou in "
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A bur Urren .._.??.?_...._? 2 II '. .1.1.2 %ypDon't -
r4&Bessletergen: .....,. ;,,. lot 11 bi S2 in lie* uf nw* ofCummlBK's '. .;;1);..;' \
,u,.,' subdivision in As- Lose

1 burr Green ___...__._._ 3 CO 32S3 1 G9' 4 '
F. K-Ffantx ............ ....+.. lets li and 1S lil 32 in ue>{ ct' .: L
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*wt cf ("ummin 's sub Ion in Asbury Ureea......___, ; 6. \!! J Ecsrt.PZJIKT
JwiAStl>4man__... .._._,t. .3acrrsof leJl of nt 4 of ..w.\( of' : .
('un'mint'8 subdivision m As FERUY'S gBEIW
I bury Grwn -_.:,...._,._..._ 2 G a? 241irj ; tbs j-exr. nacl laakr op for loM tuna J
J Susaq P. .t Jno JarvU.da ....... ,.lots S3 and SO -cf n..V of wx that JAMES MEA NS'- SHOES I 1 err 'reed Annual for 14 will
an-l lot T of swV of nwV orCumnunp'j give eplen.liiaerclce. glue you ninny valuable.bint .
subdiTbiou la A-. atone what to ratoe and bow toy
l>ury Oreen .......'. ......,......y.. ? eUnnoyn ?Q V that AVe for eU them, ud our enrtomers afl testify ralee it. It contains tr.fr>rm- ,
_.--:...... . ..... .wJ o ne H-. 2 I.i:! 4Q style, fit and wear JA5IE3 MEANS'SHQE3 :' Con to b*'Lad from no other
"... of uw *! ,........?_? ..._ j 6 22 41) J 1 i' Give are unexcelled.. k ourre. free t* aU.
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That the sisal A XEW CO3D ORT.Something .
In Florida. nety of textile plants. of
SOUTHERN AGRICULTURE.
hemp is already begun 'In Florida and -
Florida has an exceedingly vigorous
to Take the Ftee of the Cblqnltoos -
Horticultural Society, which held Its Hemry,Bte1rart Dlc tfe*on the Subject lathe will undoubtedly spread wherever the Housework.

seventh annual meeting in Jacksonvilleon New Turk Time plant can be grown. Ramie, the so-

the 10th of April. The 200 active Everywhere id the practice of agriculture called Japan silk, a fiberof, silky luitre TO TAEE THE PLACE OF THE HAMMOCK.

members who assembled were welcomedby the mistake is made of giving un- and strength may be grown all over the There is bliss in hammocks but we are

the Mayor, who encouraged them by due prominence to the great staple crops, South, and is waiting only for the per- told that'a swinging couch is much

some eloquent remarks on the Importance to the neglect of what, may be called fection of machinery to prepare this nicer. The swinging couch is said to bea

of fruit-J1r wing and other branches small cultures or products. These, be- delicate fiber to supply the world with a Hfndoo invention but then that ma *

of horticulture. President D. W.: Adams textile material for clothing that must ft,
% the of the farm- as
long"
neglected by mass ters not, so much to us so ,.. ..
illustrated this fact by stating that be as extensively used as cotton now is,
ers, fall into the hands of specialists, proves a com fort. It is sometjpg new in
the alone amounts to 5,000- business and will be a rival, not a ,competitor,
Grange crop who"keep very quiet a"outheir this country and we see no reason why
000 boxes, while peaches, pears and tomatoes with it as a dress material. Then ,the
but"who make much larger preflts they will not serve a good purpose.ZII--
were leaving the State by the three, cotton, wool and ramie, will fill
than those who carryon the common in- us who spend the gretterpstt of
carload, and there are preparations al- the whole bill, and together add to the
dustry and'thusmeet_ with the competition Wmmei on the piazza.
ready made in the State to furnish train vast future wealth of the South. 1f j*'% offer
5| eryone engaged in the same :< 'J For the benefit of our readers we

loads of all these in the near future, business And thus it is that the general From the earliest ages the '.culture'cCthe ... a ,description and Jt may be possible

while there are orange groves enough farmer the cotton grower, the shepherd vine has been a synon ? ,R e one will try tMJ&t '**<\

planted to produce in a few years 20- ,,and even the dairyman, find at cultural wealth. The, exploredte. iacr- "* Wndoo co., as it has'appeared

000,000 boxes. Mr. Adams claimed that times that the market for their productsis infrom the promised Jsn re impSpffl'4f om the sacred G&nges''o"
condition of the fruit trade trophy of the wealth J jPT'the
the depressed overstocked, and there is difficulty in I. try"is expensive construction rare

was not due to overproduction, becausethe making sales, and low prices reduce-if clusters of grapes_th MPV. :'there.- An4 old woods heavily carved, hung from

crop of oranges now produced would they do net wholly obliterate-their prof a counterpart of tlpfe'SJ y be accreditedto the ceiling of the piazza or summer

only furnish one orange a month to each its. At the same time the special firmer the South; forjfcjalong'the eastern house by massive hand-wrought copper

inhabitant of the United States. The slopes of tae the indigenous -
is going on in his easy flay, having a hlgjjands grape chains.

business, however, had 'outgrown the good market all to himself, and having to 't efest.oons the forests. The seat is two feet wide- and- about

facilities for transportation, and something and, in places obstructs the passage I
his regular purchasers, he has no competition four and a half feet long. The back is.
must be done to enlarge these facilities through them. The catawba the scupvpernong -
and sells his products at such .a, high and massive, and Bagdad draperies
and economize:: in transportation to to him. and several others of our best
price as abundantly satisfy and bright pillows make a bit of color
the future of fruit-growing in Florida wine grapes are natives of Virginia and
or It may easily be supposed that, against the green palms that form a
would be without hope.-Garden aid with the genial climate and the rich and North Carolina. while every variety background while they screen the couch

Forest. varied soils of the South, there, if anywhere grows to perfection and yields the best and its occupants.
of wines. What is needed is the skill
there be varied -
the that i might mere opportunity People with more modest aspirations,
Hartley: "I see by papers
"
I of the experienced winemaker and the .
for cultures than
special any- but in search' of comfort can make a
Jones has joined the majority.
poor where else and this is sustained by all "skillful vinegrower to make this an ex-
with well-
stout frame of pine, fitted a
think it il
OrthodoT "What! Do
: you
tensive and which
profitable industry,
the facets and the experience of those chainsare
if iron
and
I cushioned mattress,
bad all that! Didn't he die a good
as as
is now not even born-only in embryoand -
who conversant with the
churchman?"Brooklyn Life. persons are not forthcoming to hang it by, ropes
great and diversified opportunities for ,' its future possibilities appear onlyto can be used'although the weight has

these cultures la this -rt hlyendowedregion. thong who have seen what has been everything to do with the comfort of the
"Yon don't man to' say that you have But a beginning has scarcely done and is now: doing by the French,
challenged Kinkins to a duel?" "Yes 'whose I at.
most lucrative business with the
of these
been made in the developement
somewhat -
It resembles a large swinging
You know the law's against dueling.and vast Only here and there are world is that of the, export of wine. We
resourses. be termed
bed and in fact it might
that was the only safe way for me to resent accidental enterprises budding, as it must not forget how the world is grow-
it-is suspended
such or a large swing as
the insult., -Washington Star. ing, and how the largest extension ofgrowth
heard of waitingfor
fp may be said, but never by four ropes or chains fastened at each
men of small means, but large ener- by far must be on thin continent corner.

A BUSINESS EDUCATION gy and industry, to come in and take where the population in time must A home made affair might be made
greatly exceed the Old World. But already -
of the land and its
prospective
possession, by decorating a mattress in some way as
''WITHIN THE BEACH or .lLL.Porter's wealth. there is a field in the South, anda
the designor sees fit, thus adding more
The'peanut is a small affair, but it broad one, for the culture of the vine-
comfort to the couch.
'Business College ',.has an intrinsic value_ that gives it a yard.-Henry Stewart in the New York

I great importance in the industries the Times. HOWS THIS

-AND- i world. At present it is known only to LABELING FRUIT TREES. We offer one Hundred Dollars Reward!

those persons here and in Europe who for any case of Catarrh that cannot b

School of ShortHand.MACON buy and eat the nuts. Very few know The Importance of'Haylll Trees MarkedSo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. *

GA. that this nut is so rich in oil that it is You will Know Them. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.[

largely grown for this part of it, anti It needs little argument to prove that Toledo, Ohio.

SPECIAL FOB BUMMER OF 1894 that the million or two of bushels that frequent additions should be made to We the undersigned, have known!

get into the market as nuts are only of a the farm orchard. If thie is neglected,, F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and!

It Is seldom that an opportunity is af very small part of the product of its, there will come a time in which all the believe him perfectly honorable in all

forded to acquire a thorough business culture. The peanut oil mills, however trees will have passed their prime. But business transactions and financial!

education at such a nominal sum. This make a very good business of purchasing little fruit will then be produced, and it able to carry out any obligation made]

institution is noted for its thoroughness the nuts and extracting the oil, and will be several years before young trees by their firm.

and the prompt and satisfactory mannerin they are now bringing to the notice of can be brought into full bearing. Therefore West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists]

which It carries out every obligation.To dairymenwho are always on the lookoutfor it is well, where much Is attemptedin Toledo Ohio.

those entering during the summer some new food for their cows, the the way of fruit growing, to put out a Welding. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesal
of 1894 a special rate of $25 for a full
rich meal that is made from-the pressed few trees each year.
Toledo Ohio.Hall's .
(course in either the commercial or shorthand Druggists,
cake left after the extraction of the oil Not only should trees be obtained and
department will be riven. Three Catarrh Cure is taken internally !

months is the average' time for completing from the nuts. set, but they should also be permanently acting directly upon the blood anc
the course, depending on the students This nut first brought into North
was marked. It is always a pleasure, and is mucous surfaces of the system Price
ability and application. Carolina with the unfortunate captivesof sometimes a matter of considerable im-
75c. bottle. Sold all ]
Special arrangements have been made per by Druggists
for the accommodation of students, with the slave hunters, along with the okra portance, to know what varieties have Testimonial free.

good board at S10 per month. '$55 for a and the benne, an oil plant of much been planted. But without some permanent Thinning Fruit.

full business or short-hand course, in- value. And it is on the 'saiyly lands of record this knowledge cannot
There is no set rule for thinning as thl
eluding board, places it within thi reach the coast regions of the/1 qo Carolinas on'be retained. It will not do to rely
g
of all, and is the best offer ever made bya work varies according to soil, climate!
that the most extensive Culture of this upon the memory. This plan has so
school.
reliable variety or age of trees. The judgemenof
The continued patronage of Macon has been carried on. But, of late, Tennessee often failed that it may be regarded as
the grower must determine how mud_ _
and vicinity, as well as other sections. and Virginia have greatly exceed* useless.
fruit to leave on or take off. In this lol
the school has the endorsement
prove that ed all other States in the business, and Many, perhaps all, nurserymen who
of the business public. The great cality the peach is the principal frui
the largest oil mills in the country are do business attach label to
a large a
of its graduates, and their wordsof
success thinned, although some work is now being ]
praise, 'prove its thoroughness. The situated in the later of these two States. each bundle of trees which they send done on apricots.

chairman and members of the Macon And in the near future this nut must out. Perhaps some label each tree, but

Board of Trade, city and county officials, become unquestionably a far more valuable others prefer to.put all the trees of the Thinning must be done systematically
or any reliable business man of Macon and wih good judgement. Go to a tree]
than it has been hitherto, nOL into bundle and make
of whom are be referred crop same variety one
many patrons may look at it and estimate what it shoul
to by any who should desire to In- only as a useful oil, bland and sweet, one label do for the lot. These labels
bear, then thin accordingly. If the trel
quire into their .responsibility and business excellent for burning, lubrication, and are usually wood written upon with a
is overloaded up to the time of the hard!
.
standing.You for all domestic purposes, but as a food lead pencil, and are fastened to the trees '
will never have a chance to take enlng of the pit, and the season's life o|
for cows for the production of fine with wire. If the is dis-
a more thorough course, or to take one copper writing the tree is gone and the pulp will gro
cheaper. Arrange to enter at once. butter. tinct, it will remain legible for from two bat little. The thinning should be don J

These interested lIar obtain further particulars This Du .has'from 35 to 50 per cent. of to four or five years, but it gradually before this period. A good idea I
addressing
by fine oil, which is perfectly free from any disappears. In some instances the labels then'&en.
thin much dares ]
POXTXX & AVDXSSOS. to as as one > ___
objectionable quality, or even suspicionof have been attached to main branches disinterested into th
/ Macon, Oa. some party ,prchar
itand the meal made from the cak'is which, as they have increased in size, with orders to take of one-half of what, il

a safer food for the cows than any have been cut and seriously injured by left., Thin from six to eight inches"' '-" j

Fruits Daintily Served. other refuse of oil munufactures. It is the wire. This evil can be prevented by limb to bear more than it can carry. OJ

Fruit is so greatly used on our tables rich is nitrogen, but not so much as to placing the wire loosely around a side rich moist soil fruit will grow large

make Its feeding a matter of care or precaution shoot, but a much better label can be needs the limb.
and is to be had at so small an outlay o and more room on
and the oil in it has no offen- made of tin., This material shoul J be of
cash that in some form or., other it be- As an example prices on large an
sive character whatever. It isnowlargly new and bright, rather thin, and shouldbe
small fruit, a tree bearing 500 pound)
\. comes almost a necessity, a move in the say
used in the manufacture of'oleomargarine cut into strips three-eighths of an
of small markets for 111
right direction this is and a few thoughts peaches say
suggest themselves as to serving the different which, Lotwitbsianding its un- inch wide at one end, one-eighth 'd an thinned to 250 pounds of large peachef

fruits. Oranges are scarce just popularity, quite an excusable' thingtoo, inch at the other end, and four or five markets for $1.25, and so on, the large

on the part of butter makers, whose inches long. Such scraps can be ob- the the in
at present with us, excepting the late the fruit higher price propo
craft is in danger through it. must ex-_ tained, at a trifling cost, at almost any '
varieties, and they are not grown.extensively tlon.
tend to much greater proportions thanit tin shop. For writing upon these labelsa
is rath
at this time. So we have to look The average grower generally
reached. So that this awl should be used and the
has yet special sharp ,
the of tt
to our fields. All fruits are more palat- timid about stripping tree
culture is o.. of the many that offer inducements pressure should be hard enough to cut small
of the fruit when bi
able if set on ice an hour or so before greater part ,
to persons in search of new through the tin. Exposure to the
has him that it
serving. Strawberries, for breakfast are experience taught pajj
fields for in the weather will the iron under.
enterprise undevelopedSouth. soon cause
best served whole. Cantaloupes are nice in the end to give more attention to tl
neath to rust. This will make the writ-
cut open, rind cut off and cut in dainty quality than the quantity taking off thl
.The sweet potato another. of these ing legible, and it will remain so for 'fruit "doubles" and
pieces and placedon a pretty fruit plate. weakly or leavinj
small cultures which promises great Th's label! easily attachedto
many years. fruit I
Grapes tastily arranged in a pyramidalform the large healthy proportionate
profits in the future. It' is'a prolific the tree by turning the narrow end
and placed in center of table are distributed over the tree to f uHj develop]
plant yielding 300 bushels to the acre. once around one of the small side shoots
more palatable, than when thrown on a --Sutte r_Farmersfor
it contains a large quantity of sugar, from a main branch.
plate in a straggling manner carelesslyto
and makes, when properly died, a most While it is important that every tree Fruits aim
the side of the table. po'tash
nutritious meal, that is being broughtto that is set in the orchard should be labeled -Vegetable!

the notice of the public. It may be. ,,this work should te supplemented beneficial foj
Potash Salts are especially
Melons Gator made into pork with great profit, and ,'by an accurate"'record in a memorandumbook. : Fruits and Vegetable of all kinds; on sand

Seven,car-loads of melons wete being just here it may be said that sometime Even where a great deal of care oils article it without is ImpossiUe Pot...h.to raise a marketab'

loaded at.the Clyde wharf yesterday. In there will be more and better pork' and is taken to make them legible and dura- Fertilizers for Fruu and Vegetables shoal]
contain from 12 to IS per cent of Pjotas
all the ears contained 7,500 fine watermelons swine products made in the South from ble, labels sometimes become either In- Use fertilizers containing sufficient Potash

which were being shipped Forth the sweet potato than are now made distinct or ace lost. A took record is apply Potash Salts.snch as

on the steamship Seminole. They wer'; from the corn In the West. While, too, much more reliable, and it. has the added MURIATE OF POTASH,

grown at Bushnell, Fla., by G. W. Bige the West is occupied as far as this business Advantages that it can be consulted at SULPHATE OF POTASHAND

)iw. Mr. Bigelow has already shipper goes, the Southern door is wide any time and with but little 'diculty; KAINI

four cars of melons which went North open, with abundant room inside. that it shows how many trees, of each Information and Pamphlet free Add

OQ the steamship Algonquin last Sun. The rearing of poultry for shipmentto variety that is represented, the orchard GERMAN KALI WORKS,

day. He has seven acres planted. Geo. the North as well as for the eggs, is contains; and also that it indicates in 93 Nassau St. Hsw Vortc. Cit
what year the tree was transplanted.- .
Paine said yesterday that melons were an other highly promising i:1dustrl1n Colorado Fruit Grower.

coming in about ten days earlier this the South. The mild season invites it, I Tobacco

Tear than last'and are bringing better and the most prolific time is when the j Fruits and Vegetable In :Sew York.

prices. The' last shipment brought 11 Nor 41 is solidly frozen and the cold pre- Peaches, peen-to and Bidwell $1.50 to

.-r melon in New York, where last yea,G cludes this function of the hens. The I'$3; muskmelons, bbL crate $1 to $3; wa- STEMS

the first melons only brought in about time waits only for the men, and the 'termelons, choice, per hand red $35, fair

*\> cents. s women, equally, when Southern farms I per hundred $20 to 530; potatoes, rose, -BT THE-

will supply the North with 1 fair to prime, $3 to *4, Chili reds fair to
TON OR CAR LO.1 D.
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f during the winters, for the climate j i crate; egg plant $4.to $3 per barrel;

PISCES JGURE FOR; ** : makes it possible for these products to I squash, barrel crate, $1.50 to $2.50; tomatoes For Prigs writ tof.

Bit CUBES Cough byrep.MEQE Ml Ta ELSE iGoodCse I | be procured more easily at that season. 1 fancy carrier ripe $3.50 to $4, 0. PAINTER & CO.,

In time. void br drmnlMs. But a far greater field lies waiting for I poor to fair, Sl;O to S3, per crate $1.50

{*Q.N.SU M RTSI ON enterprise in the culture of a great_ vv to $3. __ ,_...: ,__ DELADN. FLA.FruitGrowln& .

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and rallgiously close your eyes to 'CfflCACiO'S, '. ,FISH SUPPLY. ..

is 'disagreeable, forcing".your .v SURE DEATH! -:-
to that it be impossl-
forget, so may ,
How ItIa_ Affected by the Jinan, -
-- you ever to go away and speak of, clal Stringency.. "':\-' :' :,

which happeI while"you} were

the roof of some one who had
T".m Hard. Time Have Caused the People to
kind to yon. ISconomUf on Their Meat; Bill*-, -TO rtzc: SPIDER}
you are packing your trunk try Where the Fish Are Prin.

BOTANIC put In It everything that, you will r elpally Obtained.

so that you will not have to borrow The of -
of
report a shortage 12,000,000 .
BLOOD BALMA your hostess. You will require. the bushels in the oyster crop of Chesapeake -- If lean tnmUed with Bed Spider. or other c1..cti.. .

thoroughly I tested Remedy or cotton matching your gowns, bay does not disturb the .equanimity v-w*, write for pamphlet refazdiBf vet
FOR ALL needles, scissors and thimble, and if cf the Chicago dealers. '

such are an adept at artistic needlework "Our business is mostly in fish this .
BLOOD .and SKIN DISEASES. winter,"one of them declares. "Hard
:: suggest your doing a pretty "BoseLeaf: .. .
.,,,'
Tblt itaadard remedy hu been tried times have, caused people to economize < ,
and aot found oiinj.for tony year b7.au .the. while you are away-one that may :" '.:;'',.
eminent pby olet.ar-wbo hu wed-tt on high-priced oysters and meats
with certain and uprarylagseccaeforall who as"a souvenir of your visit with and turn to fish as the staple food. ; :
dfaaaN for which it U recommended. It : :
refer: ails to benefit from the lint dose all \U hostess. You must havewith, you Fish are very cheap and plentiful. Extract of Tobacco. :
eBlekly and BecloaUy drlrlD out
dl.pagerme from the 171101* kid. own brushes, your letter paper and Qhicago eats 20,000,000 pounds of lake ,.

Brrs without any the nnpleatant akin, liver or injurious and not and when you open your Trunk fish and 5,000,000 pounds of ocean fish ... ;"
flecta.. It I. not the result of Ignorance annually. The lake fish were caughtand
or npcntlUoD., but U U founded upon wish must put your things-their proper Chnraateed to Kill all Kinds of Isaacfe Ji t! :
>;
common aense and atborouf h knowledge giving them the same care which frozen last fall,. and so long as a ,& .
of modern medical eclence. It effectually or, '
they remain in ice continue as fresh
as
1>artll.. and earlobes the blood and brings would if to be in the BoiBpidera Ontworraa Worms etc. .
bealtb to tbe sufferer. At a general tonic set& you were going when taken from the water. How- Cabbage ::,
tt U without rival and In lu analyiU of a instead of a week. Besides if -;, 4, .
year
.
heallh-rlrlnr propertlee It U absolutely ever, anyone demands ,a newly : <
beyond companion wltb any remedy ever'' will clothes there must be some virtues caught fish, the Mackinaw fishermen No:7-.; USTo .
oredl.tb.public U lea panacea for all LL : Pay-.
ills resulting fr.u 1 Impure and Imporerlebed in your trunk, virtues that you 'are sending down choice trout daily I t .

.blood...,-..tb..*.Tlcwn current,of Eesema lift; quicklyenres mhlPietMie .. take out and use all the time.. One taken from the straits. .

mmA. Krvptieme liver. .KMaerand, Catarrh.RkmnaaUaBa. on '" You will "- that a I "As to oysters, the crop of Baltimore lc YiIl SJiiI_ TIPCeI s 1LOUVIILLZ

Blaider. Di..a.e4, renal Weak., well equipped with this win be and New/York might totally fail -
vex
a-, HerM Dineaea. tc.INVCmCATK '.
without ::
the in
embarrassing public
liked. Another is punctuality,
ter the least or raising the price of the STATE ,AGENTS
&
FOR YOURSlXr virtue ot kings. And still another B. O. PAINTKlb 00.,
H end for our Fr* Boe k.f Valaablo1mf bivalve. -
ttmttHnm. together wltb a wonder- a dainty little virtue special- j Gulf 0LAMB. FLA. -
r "The of Mexico produces
tnl array of certl oat. of remarkable her j' fullyas
cnree from tbs amplest to the moat virulent to young women. Then, too, fine flavored oysters as are taken ----a
bad failed.!Wass Tbeee after eertlftcaUe all known,..tll1 remedlei:with !' is another little virtue which anywhere. Many people like the gulfI w. J. HILL. H. Y. APWORTB

no Balm uncertain U tbe be aoand.tcbapetquickestgreat that Botanic Blood always have that name given it, oyster best. New Orleans could easily
est and moet powerful Blood Purifier. ertr It 1 I Jliot'Pl.f'the world .with oyste's. as its W. J. HILL & CO
known U the world. certainly is one, and that is pleas-j' ,
rmic-fl jot!perfattle: $5.00 for I botUw. you small talk. You want to be able, !! coast,environment is Tor aale by dwep.tIf not,send to tu.Wdrew : lific in oysters delicious crustaceans, (ESTABLISHED im.) _. w
/ BLOOD BALM CO.,Masts, Gs.t to your friends when you are out, i] and fishes. These gulf.....edibles are Sanford Florida. '

most especially at the table, to talk sent north in refrigerator cars whichhave ,_ \...

you on subjects that are not per I conveyed; dressed beef south. '

a and by making yourself mistress They also come by express. The fail THE WHOLESALE HOUSE.FQR ....

you, art of small talk you will be sur ure of the fish and oyster crop wouldbe >i
to boon to the Hardware Stoves :
to find how agreeable you will be trade.a great gulf coast : <
your
fishmonger mentioned that the ';:;
let our Florida girls learn the Pacific codfish had invaded the Chi Door Sash Blinds

in the above and profit by it. cago market to the detriment of tbe ,

A BUSINESS EDUCATION and, Maine-Massachusetts'namesake.Thereis Paints, Leads; Oils. Brick,
no difference in the appearance of ,

'WITJIIN THE BEACH OF ALL.Porter's bers MANOR: fHKMICALS. the rivals but epicures think; the Pacific Lime, Cement Iron Lead. -
the New cod the choicer. The Pacific cod '
Sta-
Business CollegeAND you Hampshire tiou'* Ilulletln.Experimental: Is now shipped to Massachusetts, salted Sewer and Fire-Clay Pipes,
and sent out as Atlantic cod. No one -
. idea is prevalent among some peo can tell the difference.A And all Building Materials-

no fertilizer that can be made popular fish in Chicago is the red ,

'your stable or barn yard manure. snapper taken in the Gulf of Mexico,
School of Short-Hand, have an exaggerated idea of its and called by many the gulf cod. It is Manufacturers of the .

I am and a handsomer fish than the cod. and of
an entirely wrong conception.
MACON Pa,1sc. Section.
GA. has constituents and deficlences. much finer flavor. Large fleets engagein : Ladder 1
the catch of this fish and it is forcing
put -FOR-
SPECIAL TOE BUMMER OF 1894It growers, we are sorry to say
its way into all the markets of 'the ;'
often among this class. They do world. Orange Groves, Fire Protectors Painters, etc. ,

it seldom that an opportunity is afforded out consider that the manure may be Brook trout weighing from two to If """1L L

to acquire a thorough business for y in the ,'eryelements of plait! five pounds are plentiful in the local Oheapest House in the State; for Pumps, Iron Pipes,

education at such a nmlnalsum.: This s and their trees most need markets. They come from private fish Spraying and Irrigating Outfits Plumbing

institution Is noted for Us thoroughness care agricultural experimental station ponds where'they were taken out and ,
frozen last fall, Gas Fittings and Tin Hoofing .. '
and the prompt and satisfactory manner & recently made a liirg- '
The.finest yellow perch are taken in
in which it carries out every obligation ,of analyses. of barn yard manure' the Detroit river at the St. Clair Flats.
To th/se entering during the summer will placed the average value at, about Muscallonge' reach the market from -
of 189 a special rate of $25 for a full ton. the
interior lakes
per of Wisconsin.
a
course in either the commercial shorthand GE a H FERNALD
or
department will be given. Three that New Hampshire experimental! The lake trout varies in color, both

months is the average time for completing has recently conducted H series of skin''and flesh. The flesh is yellow I '
the course, depending on the stu.. as for the purpose of deter from the southern to the northern .
dents ability and application. has the relative value of chemiot, waters of LakeSuperior.. .In the Hardware and PaintsACENT'FOR r
Special arrangements have been made \'fsi nortl west corner of Lake Superior the ,
for the accommodation of students,with and barn yard manure. Thi; llC1hT becomes red and the, skin .a fac-

Good board at f 10 per month f 55 for a you. says:, '
full business shorthand course, 'rn- I chemical manures compete with sitar R of the brook trout. This latterII ,I ,
eluding board, places it within the reach vary ty,-which is the finest of trout, is i .
Ipom I ,- manures? "Will they lio.d
of all, and is the best offer ever made bv'. trou / -"': ''' II belt, JeA by some to' be a brook trout A me'Harrows..W oQd's Blowing Machines, : J i
1'I' are trile3tIonZh'dt tre'AF.i: _. .. ..
4i reliable school. afro heNiprgonrjverivblctiil'Lpast ; '"" .
Plow -Charter=OakStoves: F' .f. '
Briny: g .
The continued patronage of Macon of times every year-by. careful l eft, the stream and bred a deep- :* ; ,

and vicinity, as well as other sections your watcf. variety of itself. It is in i
I scarce 8eyth es Snafus, Hay Rakes, Law" Mowers, Gasoline Stoves, and all( seasonable J.
that the school has the endorse *
prove ,acres of land; from a field of six1 thg 1; cal market. There is a suspicion -
of Groves and .
ment of the business public. The great goeds. I am Contracter Irrfgatlen am headquarters -
that ,he local ;
m I dealer-sells it as a large .
success of its graduates, and their words I were selected for this experiment. I broo trout. fer Iron Pipe, Pumps Boilers, Spraying Outfits,Plumbing, Steam .

of praise, prove its thoroughness. The I the land..had produced hay for three [ Eels mostly come from Fulton,N. Y., I! and Gas Fitting, Tin Roofiig and Metal Work. ,
and '
chairman members of th
: ; previous to 1885 oats J' -
an<
Board of Trade and officials ; sugar- where, on the Oswego river, is the Guilders' Sash and Blinds
or any reliable,business city man county of Macon,, by had preceded the hay. largest eel industry in the world. Supplies, Boors ;

many of whom are patrons, may be referred her third acre had thirteen loads of Ocean fish are not popular in the Lowest prices goaraateei "Writkfer OrcBJars! aa4 Prices. .. _' n

to by any who should deilre to in plowed in and nine loads har- west nor are lake fish popular in the GHO. H. FERNALD SANFORD FLA.Brick

quire into their responsibility business or in cords this would be 5.6 east. The condition is natural. .
standing.You Crawfish from New _
whi ; : plowed In and 3 8 cords on surface, .come Orleans
will never have a chance to take where they are the staple food of the
a more thorough coarse, or to take one take cords in all, which would sell, as French people. The crawfish makes '
Brick
cheaper. Arr&nce..to enter at once. being under the stables, for $33. This the most delicious bisque known to the Brick!

Tkeie interested may obtain'further particulars It was from fattening steers, well epicure.

by dressing v wise with hay, straw, cotton seed and .NNNH1aNNN1Y
POBTZm & AjTDIBJJOH, IMSOMNIA,PARTIES THE,LATEST
You meal. The fourth had !
acre yearly -
Maoon, Ga.s, A Buffalo 13ef.n'a Flan of :
me () of chemical fertilizers, Unique Wooing: FLINT RIVER- BRICK CCt
the
but : as follows: Drowsy God. I i I
society young woman of Buffalo'has ,
Important changes are contemplated with
bone-black...... lb. devised a novel entertainment '-
And will be made at Port Tampa proba at all of .. ...........150 which is shortly to be made public. It CRUGER & PACE Proprietors ':' "'
this The of .. M ,
bly summer. rapidly increas & ammonia. 65 is to be a reception for people who ,

Ing business, the docks there detracts average cost of this mixture has can't sleep' at night. Among her :r ALBANY GEORGIA.
from the attractions of the Inn to til friends, the'Medical !! "
som and as there have been three says Record are a .
extent as a pleasure resort. The large ,. great many delightful people who are ANaaNNl
brary ns since 1885, it follows that
patronage accorded to the Inn last sea troubled with insomnia, and who confess We make the largest and hardest brick made in Georgia.
son by the traveling public was 'not always other acre has received $33 worth of fer I
that they .spend frightful I II jI i
free from conflicts with the business your ; the third having $33 worth of I wakeful hours walking many the.floor, looking j! We can take one of our softest burned brick and
I
on the docks and for these and L hold ,and the fourth $33 wurth of out of the window rocking in ears drive a-tenpenny nail through an inch huarcJ.r .
.
other reasons It has been decided tomo'e
and The first 'year the cfOp"f1'S chairs; trying to read or write and iU1 Write for
r Prices.
the Ian to Picnic island. It Js estimated 1 f Daily Capacity, I OO.OOOYou
that the Inn can be moved to come the second' }cat corn the third ether useless and tiresome occupation |

the island half a mile away over the-bay you and the fourth, fifth and sixth. I When her plans are fully matured this
at a cost of about $1,500. It is the inters hold, | original young women intends, on' at I
ticn of the Plant Company to make picnic i. least two nights; in every week to beat j
following table shows the of
Island an ideal resort. It is a roman- yield home to those distressed female I r
tic little Isle covered with tropic! acre for each year, and ciao' the friends from midnight until 'morning. Can't Do It! @ PIANOS

growth and has long been a favorite of the crop, assuming SO pounds ,-The guests are requested to appear in Times Hard II

picnic ground for the people of 'South' : as harvested to be worth'60 ceni-8, anynfifruf.re0"aMc 5-'"" .:lr..n.n.I: you can't transact your:ordinary bustntei

Flirlda.-Tampa Times. very of soft corn 10 cents, and.: fod Lat' rotxis not ,::tied t-.e l.Lt, 'arc !1;i., properly when you,have a. n Prices Low ca
i 'to be tt m. '.uothing music:: and stupid ORGANS
be cents per hundred, oats 50 cents I
I '.i conversation will be the only diver- ] !
Sick Headache !
,
r\ -<'s Rtnv-dr for Catarrh tt the be straw 30 cents per hundred, ,
4 TV-'. Kuliwt \<), ;.e. and Chcape/t. sionspermitted, hot chocolate and Only ego for a Superb MABOK A
ready $10 per ton, : light wafers will be served, couches i JIAXLnvOrgan. 4eteKed II
e.. 9. ': ; .nd' easy .chairs will be provided in Disordered Stomach Torpid Liver, Consti Z lu Stops Filch Case. |3 cash
C g; fend S3 monthly Reduced t te
Chills and Fever of the
fold by Druulllw orseot bl msn.nn. Third .; a abundance and the insomnia victimsare pation. or any long from tUS. WKITX Ua.BeanUfalSTnsLlvo I
Fourtha list of diseases attributed to
E T, Hasaltinawamd Pa. nracr.
.-, eJ"l'- _= _=- earnestly desired to fall asleep as Mirror Top
.. tour cheruJe.I. .s f "a a f j onljwa 4.uKeeid4,UBU.pt.
It is
J S soon as possible. whispered that warts Ue.S I
F p '
I. will be offered for Malarial; '
-----.. -- prizes tfie first snore, Lorely New fUylM at $85 and
18115. '1185. 1888. but this detail is not authentically S7S. Warn s.ltilesant I;q

FERTILIZERS. to ;) 15 't, 18tr.. -65 "i.00 $9057 $88 65 nounced. The reception is to be a The genuine Dr. C. SIcLace's Liver PIUs Rosnuzvi.IT_ Plaao eel IT S22S.:: ;
at the FKICX.
and $8310 I $3355 $3510 $3955 fact, however, and an eager expectancy : are nil those diseases and thoroughly end- WaJTII 11. C
1m., as to invitations is in the air. eat from the system all malarial! Trememdooa bargains ia nearly ;
A Fti Sp clalties in Its Fertilizer line 121 (0 1880.I $3101 ,2SI 40 $3101 MW Pianos aad rsUs.siedif
,, ; I Old Egypt's.Stot Boxei. a trta*only. lfI
00'I
121 I $24: 00 $21 oe '24110 Poison.
the 1 :The Alexandria yon want a. Flan or Organ
correspondent of the
.'IS l>" 19I I $19 00 $l55 f $1900 mow i. ihu time to bay It
E J. Baler & fire's: St. James'
; done -- Gazette thinks that ancient Aa a medicine for,general family CMDr. stefaT. Whirs Va. -
or crop for air yeare. ...... tlU i1UIIt: 21 Egypt is "looking up" in every way. Write a* aayh.v. Trad U

Celebrated Complete Manures. M\ : v..tae' ..p- wucrd. ,., ,_by, ... ..r--;; Some of its contrivances appear to C. McLane'sLiver t dan oaeauoiu and yea about cau't..k Plane more and
For Orange Trees and Vegetables. -..-;'. 1 have been quite up to date. Actually Grraaa than we want to au.
Kentucky Tobacco Stems on which no manure, or chemi they had already, more than two thou- i ewer. Try It, plow

Ground Tobacco Stems. tie were used for the same'six'jears sand years ago, what will- 'nickelin .

Potash Sulphpur., both high and low grade,: 10 must do us. crops valued at $128.77 so that[ thing the slot useful," for pleasant the extraction or otherwise of some- Pills I I Ludden n A MO8 3 8.M.H. "

Nitrate of Soda. I a gain of crops on the manured 1 i
.\\ : serviceable. Heron the philosopherof have no eq/ial. a SAVANNAH.GA. .
Canada Hardwood Ashes must valued at $06.10 and this is.the of.- -Alexandria, who flourished in the'

Pure Bone, investing $33. On the'acre fer third century B. C., himself an in- Price 25 Cents .
Blood ,
and Bone. ing ; --
venter --
with
chemicals the excess IS.\1\l- describes an automatic ma- -
I 'Cotton Seed Meal. br & << $73.44. chine used in the Egyptian temples fore Sold by all druggist and d"lpfS'1 medi. For the BestChemical
The mO-'t COMPLETE
STOCK of Fertiliner -
hair time cines. Sent by mail on r1 vlpt of the price
a long
past. By throwing
bttrial| and I pieceof 1
Agricultural Chemicals experiment: regard as a safe on --
in the Srate.. money; in the slot the worshipers re- '
--
rs to.study, as il Was on a large

Lowest. Prices.Wilson &.Quick Toomar.Shipment: ',, that ftel, < ; and under the.most. favorable car a ceived valve.some The consecrated box-the two-armed object through lever Fleming. Brothers- -:--- 'Company.. Prop?$' I Fertilizers,

THE FERTILIZER HOUSE OF FLORIDA,' so far as the uniformity of! -witMts closing valve and the other -'- Pittsburgh, P.'' Writs TOE .
to treatment crned.I details of the machine -. ': -- :: c
Jacksonville. Fla., were co are all correct- "" -
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L ly described _.._t_- ,"'_ -. '-, DeLind.Tll .

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:;, BRADFORD COUNTY l ELEGR/\PH war, now ?ommnnder-in-clneflnf* the .::.::NOTICE.- I., .I Owner. -- '. De <';rtfHon of< L..n.1.., S. T.!e Re.'. Taxes tVt.BrX .and

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Ocala Post**of the G. \ F G. Hubbardt'n'nowu. ....... ........_ Aw; of sex ...':'.. .... ..:. 9 \ it *r a 3 4S
It..tn4lr, } hereby given that the to1l0-'bJg: :-described lands will be sold at public auction 0; .......... ............ ... nr3 vJ I'Iw' !(........ ... ...... ,... 9 6 i2 40 1" .
NOTICE
: I doR.M. s"Hoh\\ nM. _.. .......... as r.tlJ IU "' ..
dent and the 1*94 Starkein'the lunch will be"1uecevu < .
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT I republican a n.itive of 2ddayof July. at county; of Bradford or so ,thereof as .Smith................. ... n.X ,\lsw1. ... ...... .. ........ u :21: 40 1.t
STARiCE BRADFORD COUXTY,FLORIDA state of Ohio. 1 >ry to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the samE'ogetbe.r with cost of Unknown .......-......... ...... !lwj4 of aeX..................:.. ... ....14 tIo 4>) 1 .'.\ .....).
1 1a. Recently a statement .ur'li 8IlIe'au.t advcrtbln; '. do Of neX................. .......,.. .. s. .6 22 40 1 45:

.. MATTBCWI. 'n. J. FARMER. made Captain Welsh do" se!: 0 seX "CirssSacrts) ........ li: a 2 33SO: 1 4184A.
.' i by teas' !' ; Am.t of Taxes R. M.Smith...... ...1.. ........ oXV s..I( ti.d twU of nw}.. of neJ-j.-.. IS 8.. 22: 00 .
UA..l..L VTS 4: I'AT :n. construed a writer m the i -- OWnl'r. scrlpUon or Land. 8. T 8 ''R.e A. and ('ORt.ulknou.n. Unknown.- ...' ....... stf otar' of ne.", and seX of nvrjjcf -.'

Editors: and Publishers. by Daily .. .... ..... ...... .t.-'. ._ I.t' .t.. ?........_.........?,....;... 18 8 23 1 5i .& .
...__... .. .. n.\C of swK........ .. M.4 ''I' 40 $ 145lit. ; aeX
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Capitol, of Oi-ala, as a reflection on J. lto.it'r ...._: nw" of sel .......... ..........2Z' 19 411 305 do ':.; sex vf and n"Ai. of >wV of n JT 16 6 23 Sft ;!)

SUBSCRIPTION ".00 A YKAIt. );Jie people of that city for' the part uuknown do .,..........._......:.Ol'Ja a e1 ofIlW ot nw'-(i.: .;..:............................... 81 2.5419 4 1910 40 145do 14; .....::;.1.. .'.:. ..m... wi( otBwk of fe.!(......-.. ............... 1.822li 6 12 10 10 11:1Unknown. 1!:

nw3of sw X ....:.;................ :93! 4- 19 U 143
some of them took in administering Stephen A. t-nruark.....,.._.. Ol'J 0(6W 44.... ......-.......... 8t. 20 40 145unknown. '. E ..
Entered ffi ire Pottomce at Marie* Fta., a4aeeonrt ._ .. ...... ... _.__ II" ......... ............ .... .... .... 84. 20 ItO: 385dl .. .:. >.',<' ..- .
flan
: matte. speedy puuibhinent to the ravisher ) 011".1(.-............... ... ......... 8-14 20 1110 8"5 .
do oX ot seX.......................... :It.4 2'J 8O 226d0 2t e 22 1.7 S at
of Miss Holme The ..
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of blk ct 3
gallant captain .- Sot j and nX ot lots 1 and 3 J t06 c. C. McLen.. ..... ; wX 1. s It w. and f'X of
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Starke. Fla., June 8, 1894.BRADFORD do ow" ofsw.'i' :... ..................,. as 4 20 40 145 b k I,S K'.w In Tentp'e' a SUWIV".r.::
!promptly claimed any such 610D...._.... :'\. ...."'........_..._..._.21 is 22 226R. .
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do IIW.lt ot Stl. ; .. ; 21 40 14. M Smith..:... ........ ........ r.'Ho.n..t.I.' .... ................ 2:! a 2J 40 14.> '
intention concluding his communication do Ik'J of neX..............:.. ..;.....29: 4 21 40 145 .... ne'irt' ... .. .. .
.. .. of .
.... ...... ..... 34 Fritz Feldman... ; wX s"i of !"' t. 21 IS 2:1 Ii 2 2.It ;
1 i COUNTY wishes to be do sevofsw% ....; i 2t 40 14.5do ..., ......_. ....... ..
.. ... ........... S1 21 51."mith .. ... .. ..... nwX! ofpw __ ..._ :l3 i: W 145. '
4 40
with this very plain and awx of swy 1'45 N. W. Hackett ........ .......... nE'4 add u X of bFi and fl'i of nw'jan .
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8'
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... .. 21
do 40 .
in 01 4
a Jl.j ..-1..._. ...... ... .... 2.5 a 2"1 roo 13 01Sirs.
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forceful assertion: "Had I been do wot set ..... ...... 4 21 80 228 ... ................ ......
.. James Gtlliatt.... ......_awyj C.e ;_ 27 Ii 2 l 41) s 25
politic do n"\C otnw}+...... .. ...... .....35: 4 21 40' 1 45J0 .
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.... ........ _._.. 35! WO\)1. D.-lIart.... .. .. nwj oTswj exC't'ptl1 acres on e silo r. 1S:2: 80 13 48Sirs.
here at the time of the lynching I ; swy ef a.} ..._..... 4 21 40 1 45 '
-- .... F. N.\dams.......... ...... 2 acres In nw cur of swv of k'4. .... r. 6 22 2 J t2-;
do nw;;of aws..... ..... .... 311 4 2l 40 1 -15 .. ... ........ .. .........._ ....
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Unknown....... nwJa oJ nl'J r. i : 40 1 45
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IF Mr. Cooper id not to be returned would have been, one of the lynchers. do IIX of neyj .... . .2z 4 2:: 80 2 :6do' do nrif ot\t> 4......u.... .. ......._.... :;1"2 40. 143.Thos .
Bat\ of IIwJi .................... :N.4 :1 1'0 225
to congress Bradford county ." A very large majority of the do ne 4 ot st' .......... ............. B 4 :2:' 80 141 Padgett..X. utsev ..xct.'p\2acrt'll.-.. 6 :::l" 24. 6dGenevieD ..
do w3folse} ......................... 28 4 22 rO :!126 1. Alldenon. ... wX of\ .ejof ret: of neX and eX of
can furnish :a sucessor for him who Northern mcn'.w]l hati'cd in do sX ot nor nl'Ji and nwX of nl'Ji 3G 4 X2 M.. 193 .r Deli of -ej of" i" 11.11acre(1ft GIaw
I .. ...... 9 tor t-f a lot of" acres of e.4 oflteX .
i do nw.l of n.jj...-...- .. : 5 Iii 40 14i '
would represjnt the district .with the South for half a dozen years W. A. Blackwelder......... .. Del"ofnl!.! '.... ................ 2. Ii 18 40 4 (}3Jas. 01 St" ,4 of nt'--i and X II-cre oft ofa .
...._ ......_... .. .. ....... .. ', lot (>f" n res IU vj cd nej of se-4 '-- ;
I 0 Jone! nwXofneX ,....... .2Ii; 18 to 30 .. .. .. .... ..
credit. hahke' Welsh ..:... .......... '. .... ...-25 18 ofuev I __" .. .. 286 22. 8 665.
... ..
.f great Captain recognized Mar q E. Le.y. .n.e.i fae)(. .. .. 5 40 J 4. use
...... ... .. .. Unknown.................. .....1 acre In corofef oat}( of 1iI1 .
.. .. .. ...
113
3i. BlackwddE'r. DW" ....... :. ... t5 5 40 145
.... ....
otswi.i. .. ...... ...... ... '
-- --- the fact that .. Of 1.t.I( 28 6 22 1'. 136-
.
summary pumsh- do nw.l ,. ,...... _. .2&5 113 48 141Unknown.
TOMORROW at Ocala SenatorCall' __._....._.......... ... .. etf" nw% .. .. ............... ..... 33 Ii 113 &) 228do R. Dowling ......... ........... lotel,2dand i bum n DuwliDj's aJdl'. ...
merit is the only checkmate to this ...... ... .... 3. lion to town 0 :.: 4 -10J.L.
&w% of aw'X 5 18 40 14. .
..... .
for. reelection Wynn. .. .. lots 15 and 16t..1t 2 in Dowlinj'lIaddition :
private campaign do wJ j of self fISWJ( ... .. .........8t 5 18 20( I 13 ..... .. .. .... .
__.. 1111)0
heinous crime. Indeed Miss\ Holmes t08tal.ke.
do nw yy of seyj ......,.......... ..... .35 18 4G 145
: to the United States senate F. D. Dougia.s. ..... ............ seX ofseJa ....._............._._..._. 65 19 40 14.ao ,-- John L. llendricks............. lots 5, G, 1 and 9 bl12 in Starke...__; 7 06.
.. .
i* native of the North and lives C. D. Crawley :. ._..__.. lot 2 and 4 bl T.in to.w..ot IStark. t t0
ne.l otuX .___....__......._. 7 5 1\1\ 49 385 --"
begins. .Messrs. St. Clair Abrams, Unknown. ... .... ..... .;...... awl ot n.."........' ...___................ 1 5 19 40 14. "'m. "'Ugull ............._.... .... 105lertequarelnsecoroeruf :UaadL..oU '': ',
will in a locality inhabited ezo'usively do "W of.eX........ ..... ....... .14 5 19 40 145 and Vrangestrerte. bounded east by -
A. W. Cockrell and J. M. Barrs 'c'J Oraugeatrert' south by )lBhl'on lit

in behalf of Sir. !by Northern people, and had it not J. Conker.... .......:__..... seX of swX ...._......................._ 80 26519"0 5 19 40 71.jTh08. 1 4.'ju"koo"'n. tn neX of MeXcotton..' townsbip6ranke22in .
.... ....
address the people ........ .... :.: .. nf'.I of eeX.................. ...... 3e 6 19 40 '145 trke. .. ...__ 858.
been for the tact .of the young man J. H Ellison &.:ons............. IIX of n..Ja_................_......._...........31 Ii 19'O' 2211 J. S.Wynns... .... ..... 3lots" \0 cor. er :5ladison an'Sauod 1.

Call. who her assailant he Ellen 111. Se&sions...... .. .. fle' of nw%......W.._.__ ...?.._.?_.. 31 5 19 40 2 :!6' era strut bounded MloJ' .
intercepted unknown ....... ... .... ...... neJa of 811"\ ...... ...... ...... a2 5 19 40 145 son Itr.t. luth by land of \ F.
BRADFORD does not elect would have been the do swl f of-na.., ......... ..........811 Ii 19 40 t 45 Edwlr'n'st by S. o.+ Dnln arid t .
COUNTY hung on spot .......... ........ t'18t 81undcs street ofStarke.
do ,wit of sax ;:. II 520 41 193 ... ...... .............. ...t"l. .. .
.. ..
......._.......... .. ... ... 1691
... .. ....
J. K. Walker. .nw 4ofsw.i: ; 215 20 40( 145J.
this but elect tO Florida mob 6 .
a senator we by a yankee composed .. ..: ... .. .... of ........_......29 M .
year, E..1. 'Vainrigbt..?.....,... sw ofn"34 ............... .... .... 26 Ii 20 40 IS 82 F. O. Stiller. : swj siesa5 acres) 2 I U
Unknown........ ........... .. aeX of n\v.l less 10 ........... 6
........ ..._........_..._..,... 3
Will the of from the of L'nxuowD..4 of n" 2S Ii 20 40 1 45w ac" :
coterie state
6 ?
men Pennsylvania .. .... ....._....... .. r
representatives. John F. aollins (trustYe)_.... I.fuw.% 5 41Albi
H.Edwards............... ...... DW'iofnw j ................. 29! 5 20 40 I 145 .2 6 .
of1 brilliant orators and statesmen New York Ohio Rhode do lots, 2 and 3........ .... .... .._..30 520 W 548 rtMudge..........._-..... : a resin 8 orofn of uc3..... 2 6 u 2 3.4 9 34
Irs Eo Eo Hill...... .. .......... lot 59 in town it Lake Bulll'r....... 2.l1Sdo F. 0. Jaques....... ... .f n"I..2 4U Sl.
.........._.. ... ...f' of .....__ .... 822 40
.3 t
who speak at Ocala tomorrow come Island, Maine\ Massachusetts\ .and .. 4 acres beginning on n side of Eppersonsr210fteotwliueorseX 1nloown..... .. ...... .... .. ttX 01 nX of of nw." of nwJs.... a II !; 2.' 1

J.l.. .............. sr3 40he} .I". .... .......... ..:..... 3 6 40 14.
over and save us or will i they. allow I'.Vermont.. et seX and runnh of g D to clear HenryEndre.W.l'kctt........... .. suti ofw.l(......_. ............ ..... I 2J 4 3-

the east side the Christian .........,.......::....... s X of neX.. ........ ., ......,_..3 3 2 8 :
us to be throttled by the corporations [The writer speaks! authoratively Church ,,420 tt parallel ith the do ne4 o swj ........ ........ .... .... 6 2
oril:1..al IIUr\'l'Y. thence e 42' n, N W. llack ..... .... 40fsw and sf andse! ,
tt. ; ( I 2l 2 52
conditions surround the .le CJlw.l
? of the that thence a 420 n. thence....w 40...ft..to 13 OG Unknown... .... ....;... .... .... uw.l of ........ .......' .......,..... 3& 2 40 14
of 11.
point t.ginuinl' -811 ,5 20 4 ot ..._.._..._......_....._..__. 6
--- do nw};.
home of Miss Holmes for he him O. ...... .. and of ....... 4 25 .X It
Est of Buddhigton. s3jof sej swj neX au'5 20 160
JUDGE LIDDOK have J W. Harl'U.......... 1.. ... nw}; ot artj1ess 1 acre.............. 19 89 a C
seems to .........._....... .. ..._.... ......._......... ........ 2" 19 40 1\
N. U. nek .
self resided- on the south banks of Unk'nown._.................. .... lwJ'( of nwj .. .... ................ 1 Ii 21 43 14.) lieges 01 ue '
been born under a lucky star. At J.and..nd Trust Co. lim.td...... aU of.... ................?........ .... 55 21 621 1215 J. R. Ih.nlbok............ .... nwX! of se-4...... ... ...... .. 10 1' 19 1" 40 22

Lake Weir two and Jar as ........ ... .... .... ... ...... 145Silal5lIilli..ro. L1 40 4.
year, John P Kapp seX ot re. .10 s 2l 40 .
the casting of lots to determine who .....................seX 'Ot ne}...... .... .... .... ....17 /5 2l 40 250I Stephen Hague ......... .. nw.l of 1\.................... 1: '1 19 1 4 2
.... ... .... ...
.
nativity 'was the "lol esolUl' /) 44Uuknown Chas A Butler ... .awH of !l and nw.' of .e i. 8 :25.

should be chief justice of the Florida goes t"I I I ...................... .... .. 54 OfDl'4 except 5 acres lying s. : 27 5 21 20 Tb0 R.Itolton...... .. .......... sX ot I eSj ant nwy. ot sej anltX of 1 7 19
individual in Florida, lie was 1 45, uwj of ,- .. ......... .. ... .... .... 10 515Pick"
w of tarke and Sander on road :9 5 21 85 .. ..... ... .... ...... .. .... .. .... 4 1 19 3 78.J .
court be was the lucky of .......... .... ........ 14do 5 "" Brok. n"H o. tie} 4
supreme "lone cracker."] do neX nw.l ..... .. .... .. 33 :> 1 41) 113 ..._.... ..._ .. ... .X or lut" toss 1 acrl'....................._ G" 19 3 a rs
eSofn""}. of nw ( 5 2121 1 ....... ....... ..... ........ ... 1T 19 43.
tnan. Chief Justice Liddon is ... .......... .... .... 145 E ... aX ollotl 4 1
.. Elswortl.
That'we are surrounded by conditions do 6e!:;of nl'Y-t ........ .... .. 335 21 40 _.143to I ... .......... ... IX G............. .... ........ .... I i \ 1 45.
spoken of in the most flattering .. do. swJ of nev...... ............ .. ..35. 5 21 41) 1 4frubr J HJobns, .. ..... .... ............. DX M let t......................... .......... 7 3 85Unknknown.
that force us into this mannerof ./ & Davll............. ........._.. ntof ot nw"of ? of 35: 5 21 40 ........,..,........ .K of hex .........:........_......._......... to : N0 % :
eX nwX neX )( wK ot
of the : ore Moore.........._ ._......... swX...... .. .... 15" )
terms by the newspapers! : Jot 1._...... ...... ............3G II 21 20 153 JV .s".I of acres in : oe :2
indeed
is ..
t outlawry unfortunate ...._........... do' seX of sell'Ie s8 nw cos'. Ii I 2 I:
Mack DeSue. w,1t of nwjof neX or wJf 01 w." .... .... .:. .. .. 40
state and his nomination to suceed 15.1 atOrlney.... .... .....:11* ofnw ,3. .. ... t.. ; -
but all ages and countries ha{c .. .............. of 10tJ.3. 5 21 20 2 tU J W Moore .. ............. e3i or n...\ .of ntH less 6 acres. .. ....21 1 2 1 }g

himself: seem: almost a C I tainy. been beet with foitune Edward( DeSue......... .............5 alf acres of nw"in nw.cor....of. .5wg....:..of...neX... ...M 311 5 3 21 21 .5 M 1385 no Ra.l's.... ...... ...._....... n4! of (\W}t.._...... .... ........ ....2' 18.
our ini:> or Noble J \ ..... ........... .. nw3l ot I"0
............ ._. &lore.
\
John. S. ._.. .... ... ..?.......20. acrein ncot...of.....swXof.. ..ne".. ... 21 Ii 22 .20C. 226UlKUOWU Thigpen.................... .. seX of ne.l less 5 acre... .........t..2 : 14.Unkno.n. ;.
friends; who another make the F. StanAtr. : e'1ttne 40t..eli' .2"J 5l2 10 .
voted and
OUR misguided $ ,, we must ...__..:......_....... '". Dl.3 of .3.4 of nwv of ueM and wX ?.._...... .............. ew'y ofn..J .... .... ...... \J 1 2 40 145.F .
:M Murrhee .._.... ......... Dwh or n. X M of nw3....... 1
... ...... 1 83J.W.C.Pefers. 1J W. 22.
the third ticket 1 last did host of this of nw .22 /5nwk. 22 20 .
we can one. Perhaps .... Y0
party year .... ...... ... nwand se of Wm n. of swX Iw.i! of se-5. 21 8 .

Dot e1t'ctV for Vrt'tiidt or there will be a time when swift exp .sw.\Cof..... ...............j.......nw.o.f. ....23 5 22 50 785Hugh LBPeck............_........._... .X utnwv ..4.n.. .. .............._... 2 I 2 2
eavtr
Dixon.................... .... 113.4 of nw} of sw} ................. 23 5 22 30 5'Sam'I4Vhite KOBrook'.n"' ofsw'.... ........ .... 2712 4 14
..... .... ........ .... block lOin Lawter..... '. 13 46Mrs. ....._ ..._... ... } of seX..r..................... ..21 21 14
Baskins for did cation of the law will reuder these town of
nor they
governor; Helen Wbite.......... lots J, 2 and 3. block 9 in tow n of" t We-t J: Bowen .............._nX -.fnw. and sr} tf nwX......... 3 2 12u ,

.. ......_............ 425! Mrs E B Bennett..__..........._.lot 1 blok 16 i Sampson l'ity..._? 1 1 I9Umk'hown.
place the railroads in the hands of demonstrations of wrath unnecesbftry. 'Lawtey .r. .. ...... .......... .. ..., ..._ .. ....... _..101. 40. 1'
L the the sub Until that time / do .ItHorswJ..... .......tr...... ........ .16 2 40 4
government or secure i however dG n".i\ cf & .' ........_... ..... 1? : 113

treasury, but they have one mighty ; Southerners, either by birth or adoption 31. C. Lewis...... ........... .... e3f of swf of lotne .. .... 24 b 2';: Ii 2 26Sirs. do -." aeyj ofnt\..... ..- :. .... .... ........ 20 1' 21 4
... .... ... ... 21
.. .
1
F. D Lewis.. ............ w3f of swX of sw34j ofne ...:-... 24 5 22 f 22,1Gee. do ne3Lotswj .I" .. 4. '
feat to their credit. They cut Bradford i will feel ,it eiicumbent upon H. Fulll'r........ ...... sW.\C ofseo( neX.... ............ 2.1 12:! 11) 1 45 do .DX 01 "e!.-... ... ........ ....2' 2f 52swHw'pnn.
I Ii W. 1Y. Grigsby....................::Dlj ofnW f ev J .......... ...... 25 5 22 10 2.6 ......... .. ...... sw.oCe :and seX. 0sw-:1 2 8 463.
county1 them to the sanctity of their .. 2 4 145.Unknown.
representation' prcstrve Jasper Strickland """"" .2 acres the R conIIne R wh ciujt the: at line a point in ... _.... ....._.... lie}; of ............. _....... ...... :9 1 14
down from ten to seven. Wonderful homes despite the denunciations of 5 and 6 dlvidiug and N 1V llackett....._.._... eX and nt'ot of sw.li.. 2 t 22 44) 94$

townships crosses Unknown.....__................. .,. f't'} ..11al.6X. .... ..... 21 2 4 145.N .
said line
achievement,. thitl! uninitiated critics. running tlienCt! II w 210 op!dPet; thence/5 E" 'fee aDd. \V Hackett., .....,.'.....'.. ...... se,;.otnw., .... .. .... ..__. .....__ 3 1 2.IQ 885.

; ... r parallel R R wIt ,said township R R line Sirs Mary lfopkin4..1.; ...... seX of w5 .......................___ 4 3124: 40 25.
Ute
.1. to oar to I Iof
e a point
TUB executive committee did not HAD it not been for the treless : beginntn ... !5 5 'nlown ,_ i1 ot n.N..f. ., _. f'f.." .14i.,
::.'.:; -:::.::=::.Z.'i l22..:.. 2L. 13. : ".. IM: ........", 1
3. L'nawwa...__....-...... eot" seX of -e i....".. ......... ... 3I : i"-'J' "uO"- .. ? .u < J
vail s convention for the nomination tfIurtli'uf some of the'good" Memo-' 113 A Tulli .... .._ that P'lt of w .of } of seM
W. J. RStilC'8.... ... ...;.. .5 acre in J1ec rofne4o: swX.... 58 18 b .i I : fW :
... .......... .. ... ... ..... IO 65\ aDd of -ej of lying !outb of
Aaron 1 Awards.. 5 XOtsW '''t' .136 18 "
.- ...
.. ..... .. :
of member of the legislature. It is crats of Starke in carrying this precinct ... .............. .... ....... ... 411 651 bran'h. .. ._-. Ii 11 ORUnknown
.. .. .
Jacob Reed seX of nw" : 6 111 .
( : .14 ..... ....
.. .. . .. 506 ....._ .. ... aeij ot ne j..... .... ......... ... 5 2.?
.. .. 41 14
DrydenKeith'.. ne" of ne.\C .6. 18
democratic
t .
likely that the uabo'board" solidly at the last: .. ., .. ... 1 43du do eX sw34 ... ......... 6'l
: part UnknoWn............... .. nw3j of IIWt .... .11 6 Ii 40 orswt-of ..
... .. .
i 1 13 do eS ... ............. .6 21 S t
.. .
.. .
of be election Bradford &X 01 F-t'X' of s vy._ .. 17 II .8 :o) ......_.. ...... .. 2
our campaign will short 15 and i general county do De\ofnw} a of river..... .....2',6 18 30 113 Mrs J G Hamm. lot di"isi.n U 01 Davis of e3f Uros of ant TrubY'IIUb tneX

sharp From' what we can hear' would'have gone into the state con /) 85Jf' section 1, and le" of nw.

there have been vention with less than 8e'\'ilhJ.m": ......... ....._......;....neotlle! ,.. .................... 2r 25; 6'6 15 181M 40 5 0-1 .. ........... .. _... II and 1............. ..... le..._... s.Be T 845.Unknown. .
already .a good seven .. ....... of.f ..... 2 2.5 eX .7. 8 22'
Unknown ..............._ .. lot :tIorw" }$ .. .... .... 26 II 18 s0 do' otseJ.......... ........__... .. .. 7'2 .'
14. IX .
.. .. .. ... ) 8
idle made delegates. do seX of sej4.. .. .. .26 II 18 40 ........................ .
many very promises by do lot I............................. 2070 1" 80 225E do nwJ ornwM. .u 1 1Ctbt'rine
w. HoUy. .... ...._... .1 acre In nw ot aX of DW of
.... 22 comer ,
....
those who believe that S. FJlsworth.l. nwX of noX J1dlw"'o.II'X..W II 18 50 .... .... 1
vainly they. ...._.. ._.. 8 2. 201Unknown.
The Grip. ... ........ ........ ........ 106I. nW .
olnw.i! and nwX of s1w .5 IS 120' t'
Glees liethea 6X 19
ssvy. 1
.. .. .
.. _... .. .. ......
.... wX w1of _.. 8 1 11
..... ... .. ..... 145 0 2 2
this disease ..._.. .... ofnw.l. 6 40 .
arc running things. But promises An experience with during J. Brookll. .. ? .W" .r. 131.3. '11 19 .do .X of f n..n............... .... 1' : 2 11 .
all .the bold Catherine BennI'Lt. ..... .... M 4of Sl'. (except acres innecori IJ <.._. .... ... .. ..... :
warrants ....
in the field in its past epidemics, ............:....... ....... 6 19 2f'7i 1 RS do s" 0 4 1 45.
are not always votes claim that Dr. Kiug's New Discovery will! . .... ... ....12 t 45Upenown. do hey 01 sw!( ....... .............. 101 2 .t "I-
J. W. Moran. ...._..?_ seX of t.e" .. 13 II 19 40 .
the convention. A good many candidates pi4tively cure' each and every; case if ..... ......__. ........ 6X ofneHof se1.! ........... ........ 13 6 19 20 11M do do nX n)5 otnlOf8('.'.._ .... of..........1' 2 115..

will foil taken in'luse, and patient takes the ordinary do ............... neX of&\C......n 6 19 40 145 .61., .....f. .nW.\C0od.... .......8"H........sejnS ...... 2 3 1
realize the truth! est CsrU'r Newsom. sJ; ot wX and nJ 01 Slt.l and .1 .
of ........... ....... .._ .... 1
care. to avoid exposure. Another swX of awl .......... ........ 26 6 11200 972 do n. X 'w. ? .I :: 4 1 -
Slovre....... ... ....
d and
n"Jof n.-3 swX
(
this assertion later. has been that those who 11axE a .Xvf
*< Jbing( proven do ., lQ acres in eX of tle} and ueXof 13
.. .... .......... ..... ..._ 42'j and $X..1: 7 21 i
..
Live( used 13r. Kings New Discovery tescape' ... 8W.\C n .27 II 19 50 1 12 Unlnlwn.. .... ..........._.. nwMof U\V ....................?........ 22 41 1Il ".
... .. .. ... _.
... of ro
UnKnown ? ::0: acres river in ne34 of s-'J-:13J: : 6 19
..... .. ... .... -
IT must not be forgotten that we the many troublesome lifter results do swJ X of swX" _:..... ............. ....85 6 19 4'1 145 In th.. Sj al're in seX of sex. cOIJn"ntm { '"
of ibis disease By till means get bottle 16 :24- 10 14.i; $14 feet east ( (" corner of seX.

: want a railroad commission. To and try it. It is guaranteed nnd money P.LMcEinney.................. w!f of ewtf of 6e3-i and seX of thence nrh 800 fort hence east
.- follow ...6".1(....... ... ....................... 1 6 2OIO 5 ro .t4 C.t tb.nr south' 66( feel a. d
will if
gain this end we must elect men to be refunded no good results 145 WCt 346 feet to place or beginning. -

its use. bold: by Marke Drug Company. Unknown] .. ............_.._?....;.. \ ........................ 1 160 IS 20 40 40 14- ................................. 19 7 2J 5X I.4
the legislature from the' great bodyof Alex leloach ............_..Bwiofsw {............ ............ 36 :ro 40 14- Mrs Mary E IIdton.?.._........._ lot 6 al per SPs.kr's plat iM of seX
._ ... .... .............. ...... ... 1 45 In town of { ........ J9 1 2 26
Atlantic record is UnKnown..... .. .?. .........swy ot ne.\C 3 6 20 40 Hampton-
Ther best westward _....._....._ ...... wX of .... .. T
the people un e'fish men men ..... ....._....... 40 143do UDOw. ? nwj .2 2 A 12
do' sX 01 lot 3 .. 7 6 ro
\\5 doss 13 hours and 45 minutes 25 C J Beasley.... ..._....... .. s' of se of8> .. .. .... .... ..... .
lot i........._.. ..... .. .. ..._.._............. 1 6 2') .... .311 26
who have\ no personal ends to gratify ........................ 20 1 12 OA Tnrow r. .. ..... nw"of.t'.I.3 22 22
made by the Lucaula. do nX of s3j flf lot 10. 7 6 20 .4
.... .. .. .... .
... .. .
-' do t IBeXo' neX. ....................,... 9 G 20 40 143rl" -Unknown ... !t'l ....3 1 2 ( 2Z
men
; whose aspirations are built ......... .. .... .... 40 l.h do e6hw 4 of and "X or sey
II will nsUmisli, '! how quick John nwXofswX ; 156:10 ......... 6WJ-.. .. .. .........
} <> i do nee otswr ............... ......... 15 6 2'J' 41) 1 f5 .i[ ... 58 2 4 l&1
an ambition to do honor to son's Oil will kill all in. de nsvX) lie;t... .... .....i.. ..... ... lZ g 1 45
upon Magnetic pttius. do lot II....... .._.._.. .. ........ ....... .. Ii. 6:10 80 22. .. ... .
themselves It'rnalaud external; $l 00 size 50 cts. ; :50 O. R. W. Johnson....._........... lot 1 block 14 in town ot New River 266 do ne.'ofsw," :..... ....13 821 4 14

by doing a great service ct. size 23 Chi< J. H. Johns............ .... .. 23. ".tree In 1'6 corner of nw4 ofnwk,1 :1}1 HAL1. T x Colhclor. Bradford COUD'Y. FI"
and'i'% acl't"lln necorner ofswSornw3i.
their
to people. Lastly We must -, -- ---,- -- -- '. ....._._..._ ........?.... .2- //I 20 10 Ii 91 --

send who able Unknown.. .. .... .. ........... eX or'o" ...ti.:: .............. { 620 80 22,')
men are intellectuallyto t do wX of ne%........ .............. .84 60,: 80 225 '
with the who will be do eX of seX .... ................ 31 6 2' 80 223do GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC.
cope men wXoff't'.I( ......... ......... ...... g1 6 20 IO! 225Robt
'f >nt to 'l'allahas.ee the railroads. ; Mathis............ ......... nW 1 of&t'2 6l! 40 331U'nknown
: by ..._... ... .... ... SXof "X of 1t 1.........__...... 13 6 21 2') 1 12 It la &3 pleasant to the taste M lemon

And it must be understood that the \V. )1. C..n6 ............... ... .. awX of..w" .... .............14 G 21 40 863 syrup.
henry Butter....... .............. .. "fol'Jt. ...................... 44 6 21 (0 304Traby The smallest Infant will take It and
railroads will send only the brightest ; 8 Davis.............. .., .. ...34otllw3torE'1: 6 21 ,30 130 necerknowitismedlcine.
S. 11. Cummings...............?... nw3< of swX J Sew" 10 aCl'esandl0. t 'T
of ....' 40 5 f6 Children cry for it.
men. acres iu w.\: 011l""J.i" nw.j. 2 6 22 e" -
do '. block 3.1. 8t" 35 and 86 and 631 of ) Chills once broken will not return.

CI bUt 32 and aU of bl81 except lots 4t1',;' ;; ,,, a Cost yon only ball the price of other

THE meeting of the :" 12. 13. 14 a d 1of naY! otswX : Chill Tonics.No .
.executivecommittee ,,:; of Cumming's Subdivision In As .f quinine needed. No purgatlre-

set the bury Green........_..., .... .. 2 6r. 13 305 h. str.g. -.w needed. Contains no poison.
Tuesday political Henry Earl......... .... .:.. DegDni g at a roint 00 Lottie It purifies the blood and removes all
gossips all with Y ',.' avenue 6S5 feet north of Cum- .
agog speculation asto .:>'. ming' avenue and running east malarial poison from the system.Itiaselargeasanydollartonlcand

who will be the nominees for: the ,:.-::_ 400 feet, thence south //.j51et't, -
.r ..... thence west 400 feet and thence RETAILS FOR 50 CENTS.
legislature. The TELEGRAPH has north 553 feet to poInt ot b"lrln- ? Jiut *4 Good tor Adult* M for ,
fling in Asbury Gr..n (4X acres) 2 6 22 4iL. 8 85 Children.

heard of at least four men who have C. Floyd.. .:........_._...._ 53f At"l't"IlneX OfFW!v 01 nw.l of
r Cummings subdivision in \sbury a t- y WARRANTED.

been promised this glory, and there Greetu....___...... ............ 2 .IS s21 169 & .. 12 1688.
CoawEBaviUJtMi Deo. ,
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Evelyn. P. Laruord. .10t6 bJ a2 in Jnl'"bf awJ of Cum c- c -r ft us MZDICIHB Co., Park,Tiaa.
pare sexeral others who ate, willing to ming's subdivision in Aabury = Please send m* tor** Mrs. & A. LtfeberBossmoyna Green_..?...;...... ....__...._.. t 6 52Eliza 1 69 1 5 Grovo'a Tasteless Chill Tonlo. I' was
"be sacrificed on the altar of their. Ohio. M. Bartlett. ........._.... lot S bl 32; in ne.l of swX of 11 pleased with the let from yon last inn
Cummings subdiviSion of Abbury _..si"' mer. The pr.pl wer d.lli5ht d with It.

country. Bradford county only has Green._.____......... ... 2 II 22 169 --'_- '" I Rave your CbUl Tonlo to wine children,
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Terrible Martha Miller..__...._......... lots 1. 2. 3 I and 4 bl a2Jn ne" ofswX ,, J fem. + who ted were pal badchronloeblLformeath5* and iwartbr and starch
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the members and i is Misery barlnj
right to two it ,
of Cumming'8 subdivision in Lr.0 past,on of them lor y ear. and witbla
Asbury Oreen....;. ..._...__ 2 6 22 2 41 -r -' -' three we ka after berinaiBK with the Chill
absolutely certain that some of these Helpless With Rheumatismand Mary E. Jone8...._....... ...... lots 1-1 and 15 bl at in neH ofaw 4 .' r Tonic they were hale sad besrty. with red
of t'umminR"S Subdivision in As- ? ? s sad tbsy cheeks. 1s acted uk..ehstm.

gentlemen will have tq wait: until Without AppetiteTired bury Green..............._....... 2: 6 22 1'vJ: + ,,,; .. dii '
." Anna C. Browo.. _.......?lot 12 bl 81 in De of sws? of FOB SALE BT ALL DSUGQI3TS.
another term around. We

comes Feeling and Pains Dispelledby bury Cummings Oreen subdivision.... ..in As- 2:I: IS 22 1 f9 MANUFACTURED BY PARIS MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS, U&,

inertly drop this hint ,I to prevent Ho d'8Sarsa, arllJa. John n. Bond. ..._._........ .. Lot 13 bl 81 in ne3 1'of >sw%ofCmmnting FOR.XERLY OF PARIS. TE'4Y.

aspirants from building air castles "I hips WM in and terrible lower misery limbs.with I read rheumatism so much In bury Green" .liiubdlYi&.ion. ,.,......t.,m__As a t 6 2'lCarrleW.Kld 1 se) STAKKE{ DRUG C011l ANV, General Agents, starie, Fla

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too high on giltledProrniaes.i i .lot 10 bl 8l in 'neX"ot awv ofCummingsubdiviuon _
about Hood'sSanaparUla that I thought I .. .in As-
'" would try it and see U It; would relieve me. bury Green__.__.'--___ t IS 22 1 BD)
I commenced S.. E. itcheD.......... ......... lot 1 bl 321n ne} of sw3-j InCunning's !
.. NOT PURELY SOUTHERN. When I could not sit up nor even wbdiY'siou in

turn over in bed without help. One bottle ot bury GI't"t'D.__ A&1 t1J j.'

z As EVIDENCE that the' belief t in I Hood's. Relieved MeI Clara $ Bessle Bergen........... lot 11 bl 52 subdivision in'ne of'swX In As-ofCumming's -' ",, ,!I EftY'SEDS

lynch law does not obtain to South- much that I was soon out of bed and could bury Green __ 2 8 2ZF. 159
I walk. I bad also felt weak and tired all the r.. Frantz .... .................Iots It an.l13 bl la t oft. .
i'u eruers only but that il extends to ; t. sw3{ of l.'umminll' subdJ"is"t
I time; could not sleep? and obtained so little rest ion in Asl.uT Greeo.___. _, liS

r. '.N'brt1e"n'men; who bold the honor at night that I felt all worn out in the morning. Ju1i.aSilkIplUl.-...._.._...... 3 acres of w3fof nejofsw3 of < ','. ,
I bad no appetite to eat but hood
anything ai
CUn'minr's aubdlviaion mAs' what
Ate }oat rrtrr ,
:.of womanhood: a* $sacred and who i bUrT Gnt'a.__;. .. 2623 2 41 -4d ..putis J sow r tte.ds.The mrIlu
.. HOodsCures: Susan &: JlloJarTit.-........ lots 2\J. and to of Dt'of\ .wx that JAMES MEANS" d give ,plew id of Kerry'- *4
':have lived in the South long enough and lot 'l of aw.l or owJ( of servict.Vf fc.rmtt /uui l Uonov _
wbtcb bu teva boat UM
Cumming'. eubdlvlsioo..ia A. j<3 tiers, and our customers all terrify on
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to become acquainted with the Sanap&rUla restored my appetiu so that X bury Ore..n -... -..... 2 II '->9' 34'j- that for rtjl ht ami wear JAMK3 ME.VSS i largest ed businese to We world.

could eat without distress, and I have _.._.__ ........rrttX 0 DeJi........... ..,. ... ..... 2 1Stl 40 1"tnltIlowo I SHOES ere nnxeell i rernr'i Set Aamoal fee 1894
_-jvbQlo: ? truth of the revolting -method any do ,J. swX of'nw1t.........____ 36 22 43 1'", Give va a caU.IIIUUY cousins tta soar sad satwutra orUM
pained rapidly la strength. I have taken five do -.. eev of.\\( .. .. ........ __ 5 G 4) 1 Utcrt fencing knowledee. (Free
*: ,p irsue_ <1'y l black ravishvrs, we bottles of Hood's SarssparlUa and I am as well Clark S Scott......_..;......... ." 01 Ufo.l and w % o' nwand: TEIt\W'RG & ti: tor the aktoc.D. .
as ever" MBS.8. A. LETEBER Botsmoyne O.Hood's .M.FERRY CO.
.u3G of st'j ud .w}j of sr.v and .
have only to rvferto Captain John ., ..'. ';eh. Dts\: ......4.. :. ....... 68 22 320 7 '\ I I1.Oo THETELECJUWI Detroit, iftY.1I .
i Pills cure liver Ills. constipation Un.1ewu.h.;;_.._..>N(.: .......-aw3. of.\r\ :. ; .. ..,.,. .:::. 86 2'J f() 14t'nm01l"n. 81.00
11. Welrh. A c-oumiinile'r: in- tote late biliousness,Jaundice,sick head&ehe.1DdlestblDo' ... ....?_,.. _.a...... 'W';( ofk'or. swf..'' ....... 80 2Z 21 i 11'I .

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NOTI It ierebT given that the following describe lands will be sold at public auction on henry, Lee... ... .. ... .....1. acre dommencing at apa nt o S division In Asbury Green .. : S 179 .
the & P ruiroad F R ... . ... .. I -
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1st day t>f June. IS98'< at Starke, Jo the rounty of Bradford, or sOlJu.cbtbt'reofallwDlb. F' 'rher. th lots fourteen and IUteen block .
townthip line 5 and in neX of 6W J( In
necetsiry to'pay.the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the. game together with cost. V running no..t on said railroad thiy-two subdivision As-' .

of such safe and adr 4ielnC' 210 "t stnrting -uryOrn........_i...... ,229
thence west and parallel pint Julia Sfkmn .i .......... .... ..thr acres west of.op ofswjia : I
: ; township hoe :210 fet, thence Cummings subdivision .

Am't Taxes: : northrand at right angles tosaid II Asbur Green. ....... S 6 .n 281
OWDer Description of LaDd. :.. S. T.8 R.e and (Cost railroad 210 feet thence Susan C and John Jarvls. ... lots twenty.mnp and thirty ot
east and 'parallel to said town. ; seX cf sw Y and lot seven of
s Jt of 8 wX and II X If nw }g of ship lint 210 feet thence south 1 swX of nr" Cummings
--------1"------ II W 3g ... .. ..... ....... Ian 36 4 18 705 OD 1iqe of said railroad 210 feet subdivision 10 c Green... 9 2 6 22 8 27Unkown.
ne X ofswl(.......... .... ...... 40 3U 4 i9 14Jt i I t'past ot .. 1 3. 5 1 21 .................. of se" of S Asbur..... .. .. 8 6 2J 1 .
..-.-......--.-......:.--w. _e .of IIV i.... ......... .... ft: ) 2.. 4 19 616 Uokno"n.... ........ ... 'neY ofltJ btgnniD. ...... 10 2 1 2 2 94 .. -... .. .... ..,..?___... sw31 of uw4j .. ...,.... .3 4 3 6 1 .
Fraak A. JOce.:.....; ..:..... ne ,.1of 8'\V 3g .......... .. ..... 41) 21 4 19 13; ........ ...... 'w1ofDw ........ .......... 4\ 58 ............... ........swl4ofaeX.... ...... 4 t% 1 J
...---.--..-_......__t. __ se" of............. .......... 160 26 4 19 '113 Wesley Keith........... ...... otw4aDd IWJ( Ifs\"} .... 2 6 J8 C C Crosby ............ swy 4 of sw.' .. .... 9 I 1 MCnlnotu.
Unknown.. .... .... .... .... .... seMof.... .... .................... 160 21 4 ..1" 349 R} Jenlns............. ... .... DW.' s. .. ... 4 6 IS 4 82 .. .. ..... ........ nw of ne.'ofwJ.. ...... I 23 135 '
.. ...... ... .; .... ....... ar of (fo..18:1......... ........ 160 21 4 III 396 ...... ..........5acrf'Inecoleroe' } of sw4.. 5/6 18 135JRTurner. _;..... _.......... ..ne3 of nw34 ,,,, ,, 4 I n 1eSi
...,.... .... IIJt or.... .. .... :......... .... 3) 28 'J9 63:3 ....... .. DeJ"h. .......... 41 18 1 5 ..._....?.............nXotnwif ofnwk ......... r 9 6 i 117ViolaRWood.
.... .... .... .. ........ ljj of (fo..189.1.) ..... .... ....... 3:0: 2S 4 19 727 UlbeSummers........ ....... Lots 9 ant 10 In town of P..ovi- .... .... ... .... .. 10 10 6 114 .
JbDouglaae.t.. ... .. ..... ne3ofnwyjandswXolnw44 deuce .... .._............. .. 2 47 A 31 Lapham.... ........ ......n".of8e4andn.. .. .ofw...!. ..... 4 1 6 1' 916A
and'vJtoh ( ofnwy .?.? 100 29 4 19 692 Lle Summer. ............_..?..... .. seven ad J# ac..t commencing at M Lapham. ........ .IJ.idntJ. seanne34 ... 5 5 2
V"knowA.... ...... ..,. .... .. Lot 1. 0. jjOfDWJ ... ...... G6 8 4 19 186 ne crDer of nw34of nw3j see Heirs ofC M .........sX ot nwX ofse3t... .. ..... 1 G 1011 _
..... :.... .. swXofne ;( ...... ....... ... 40 8 4 186 5 and running west to first line Adeline F MaM1 .......... .wX or ee'! .. ...... .. 40 6 22 J 33Unknown.
;.., r........: all of .................... 'G 2 4 :0 II to starting point. thence west 7Cbaind.and ..... ... .. ..se4 of seX...... .. ... 40 15 a 22 J
A D Baanett .i .... ..... eX and eJ or D W f and 8 w X 11 '. fifty lnks. thence Sam Harris...... ..........2ac..esln sej of sw4........ 2 U 8 tl 14:
of 0 w and n.tv,4 of a w Xande Butb chains links L'aknown. ... .. ..... ... 8. of rte4 of neyj and seY of
f } tdsw3- ................ 24 4 2 thence east 4 chains and 50 links nwX ofe}t........ .. 3 16 I 2 1
A DBainrtt..4 t ... e:( and c)4 r n ( ands aot 58 131 ,. thence nor 12 chain. and 72 Unknown.... .... ........ seX of and ne ot swj of 1
:V,t swX......(........ .... ... .. 44.) .' 4 8 > 5 ( .... .... 7 5 g 18 4 55Enoehllarris neyj... .. ....;.. .<. .. .. 50 l I 29 1 90
pnkDowA.... ...... ...8 Jt ot...........,..... ... 28 4 2 "" ....... .... .3ncreonsuth"ideofse...... 3 4 18 3 S H O'Neal.. ..... .. ..... De.I of Sand aU that of '
. .. ..: .... s !; of (for 18(. ... .... .. 3' 2 2 68 2' Wm Pnce.. '.:....:.:..... ... sw. ofrJ\ss nwX 0' sH i lying west par
... .. .... ..a3(0tsw3j. ................. 8 28 1 2 01 o'rXandne7..... ..... 8 6 19 49 Starke and alderon road,
.. ........... .nHofKW (for 18 ....... ... H 4' 231 Green Keih. -....... ... ofJ. ( and seX of -w. and ........ ...... ....1.. 51 17 a
..... ...... ... ..seXofnw J .... :.. ....... 41 8"8 4 20 13i fJ.} :31n % 4 .tn.Jofs.J( 13 9 G J8 1'0 UDkDown...... ....... ._..s"fcrs. ( ......... W IS 6 2 ,55 ,
.4 ......' s r .of u w (fur J891 .....,.,.. 4i. 2\ 1 48 R. A Iratl, Jr...;... ......... '1 tie Ibnd lying nest of Har .. ......_.._. ........ ... .ofs.J} ... .. .. .. 40 19 1 : 185C ,
.. ......:.........J... ...er3jof oe3g. .... .. 3 1 creek in sw34of sw E Wymau. ......... ........wJ. of nwk.......... 4 2d'' .".'
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............. .....e3otseX .........,. .'....... N 33 :0 t s 13tolrr3iIp 0 range 18 also that Kleln.hlldt......... ..... .. of swX. .:...... 4 20 2 17
.u. .... .. ....... ;.. 'of lot3.,.............. ...... 33 4. 2 1 2; Piece "uf land lying In e34 of CII HopkfDA..... ....... ..... llw1 ..... ..."...... 4 20 I 22 t. 3j
... ........ .... .... njj of... ........ ... .... .:.. fi 8. 6 32 8e3.4 section H and in ne34 of Boyd.......... ........ tof.tJ.beginning at north. '
.......... ..... ... ofs ;( .... ........... ....... 81 t0 8 4. :' : 2 OJ ne).section 23 east of In.bring west. corner ot nwY of swX ..
.. ............,. nJ X ofsc ... ....... .... 4 ID .nor-ast' corner of section 21. thence east
T T F1arler....:........... ..... lot 4. ... ..... 40 M 2 2 13 and ruuningswwith thence south to south 42 fet. ,
:T fler.......... ...... neandnofnwX& ne4of 18 an angle touching the awcrner' IwM
8. ............ 36 4 I 713 a certain field known /aid fet to east thenCelt
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__.... __ ___._...._. W 3( .al.to8and'.......:.. ...... 3 21. as the Smith feld. thence with 1 aDd Sanderson road thence
-.. --_.__.___..: _. swgo'flt.,( ........... ...... 41. 4 4 21 1 217 the same an the Harrison northerly along side of said
;. "- __.____. ....__ nw}$ of SeX..................... 40 24 21 18 c..ek1 1tl( O ne34 seton 2 5 2 6 18 8 i7Unknown. road to west est said section
...--._ ._..._._. _.?.__.setjoew' ''{..... ..... ........ ,40 24 1 21 136 .. .................... .... .. ...... ... 4) 6 13 18 thence to porn of be DDiDg.. 1 21 6 22 IS
Unknown. .................:. .... w}got neX. .......; 40 2 4 : 1 96 ......;.... ... .t; ofbwaudwJofseJ. .. 16 J4 6 18 12 .......;....:. _..:.._._..._..._. .110 fet wl.1 In west end of nf 8.
.. .... ............IwHofae ...... .. ...... .. 40 : 4 Unknown ........ .. ... .. w J 1t .. .. ( 1 6 18 .. af se% 01 aw" of } and onebatf .
... .. ....... eX cu f''" ... .... 4 21 13 .. ...............s.J of (.X.-..,. .. 4 1 6 18 18 .-, acre adjoining IW the above "
Unkown ............... ...... otleJ ..... ............... H :" 4 21 13' .... ........... .. te ofleH )....... 1 6 18 41 onnorthSideofseh o'swy.. 1 I 2 327E
Fth,. ....... ... ...D.VJofntJ .... .. ..... 40 32 4 21 J36 T S G..abam.................n\g <.w.(and soof seX of Thos. AusLn.... ...... .... otnei and neX ofse3"...... 1: 2 I 2 S ';'.-
---1-"__'.. --.. ....... 5 .J of neY .............. .' 40 S 4 2J 1 86 'stvpi ..: ..... .. 0 1 6 19 229Unknown. .... ... .. .... ...... eJ( of seX less In'0 acres in nwcorner. "
-.-- .......--.-..... a 34 sw g.... .. ... .... .... 8 S 4 21 20j .. .... ....... ... tJofswJ.ofsw\ ... .. 6 IS 98 ... .. .......... s 2 4 29 6
...-- -....-..-..-. ..wXof, e ......... ... .. 8 4 21 207 ..... ...... ....... .. .. .... 40 20 1 H 1 3' Annie Hollister............. ... one half acre lot commencing Q' '
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Unknown ........ .... .....;;. : .. ofs".l".......... ...... 21 1 36 JackP..I"e................ wJ of leoCseX ... 21 J8 :4 feet .eat from southwest 10
Uoknowa.. ....,..,..".;:...... De' ..........:.. .,.... 40 85 21 207u Unknown. ............ ... of 'II...... ............ 40 21 6 18 8 er of Madison and Thompson V
'I. ........;.. ... .. ..eJotnw. ( ..... .....!.... 48421. 136 .. ...... __........................ eK 'f Ie ... ... ........ 8 2 6 18 7 streets. tnence south feet,
...... .....8'l( of8WX ... ...... .. .. 136 .... ...... :.. .......... wl( orneM..... .. .. ... 6 18 207Unknown. thence west 103 211 thence
JESmith.......... ......... ...swXntneX. .... .... .... 4) 2 4 2 312E' ................ .... .... 15 ueY of "cM.......... 15 2 6 18 9 north 210 feet
., ... ..__.. _.. ; _._..__ ..Jof8wJ. .. '.. .. 40 : 4 : 13 U I Walton. estate .......m.. se acre'.D oH"X and ne3 of'se and to ftt of eat\ .
1_ __._ _" ._ ..... ... ..... b0 4 ne,4 and of 18 I fet ..... begnDiml II.. f 87A ;
.u : fWJ SJ IWJ. 10 2 .
"t ._... _......... ..._.. n e X of a. .... ............. 40 2' 4 2 1 85Z ......... ... ...................... n\ .swX ..... ......... 4 2) t 1' 85Uoknowi H Williams...... ... ... one lot bounded by street. -' -
WeaburyUnt7li................ "rrlt) .... ... 41 34 4 1 ....... ...... ne3j of swy...... ....... ... 2 8 13 1 3 south by land of eat W F Edwards. .
/_ Swa... ......lw. J 4... .......... .... 344. .......... .. ... sJ oflwH..... :........ 40 8w 18 13' west by land ot Mrs Hatch.
Jmlms&..,...... _.__...._ .fJorS\V .. .... .......... 4 8 4 2.: .... .......... .. .. .. .... .... ..... ... (4276 19 I north by or estate
._.__........_......;.... v.ofltM. of n w .. ... ... 2 5 2C ES.. Elswo..th..... .... nw% of n4i...... ... .... 40 2 6 18 13 Sta..ke..l.nt... ..Ioyt.. .. ...II.. S 8".
:......... ... ....... .. .s J } 8 10 I Ii :C .... .. ... ... swy4 of seY ... ................. 40 : 6 1' 3 J W Rodgers...,. ......... ... one.llalf acre lot north and ;
UnkDown. .. .. ........ ....e UoflwJant.w.ofae.... ... Ii 2C ... ...._.......?............. nett or nwS4 and nwX of n.!j.. ,.. MWtlSon : 6 J9 6 south anti 233 0 fet east aDd
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Lmb te....... .... e of w and le 1i3jacres onssf'It 12 C..nt'. ......... .. neX ... ..... ... 40 6 19 4 0 bounded north by land ot
.. E or i e e J of D e )j and V riotee ,\1) ..... .. ...... ..... .. seX ol5...,........... .. 40 6 J9 35 wet A Stiller.[vest bv land of A E '
...........; .., ......:: 178 1 5 18 L Brook. ....... ... ..... ......s.. oflwJaldnw.orsw .. 8 10 I 19 Morgan and south anti by _
JJLambEstate.... .......... nw3jofnw3g.. ............. 41 5 I 100 ....._......................svd 1 ... .. 4 10 J9 321} Pine street In the town alt of
James (1 Jones. .. ..... ...e X ofne 4 and nwX of n 3j... 2. 5 2C R T howling... .... ... .. .... sw of swy4 .... .... .... .... ... 1 69 84 Starke.... ... .. .... .. 4 W
neSheffldLnd&IDvelt Co..e3iofseXandsegofew4; ... J2 21 5 18 27' ... ... ........ ... ..... seX of sw)(..... ..... 40 6 J9 18' Wm Wilgua......... ... ....lObfeet squarein .'
HI&k'elde. .. ......w) ofse !...... ....... ._.... 5 13 207 EMS D"kle .......... .... .. of nw 4.. .. .. .. .. 8 I J9 20 of Madison aDd Orange Buth.eastcor streets '
IVHlacl.elder.... ...........; owoIS.W" ... .... ..... H 2.i 5)> Unknown. .... .......... ...... wJ of 8W..... ............. 4 I 19 and bounded OD east by Orange '
..........;.;....... nfI"orteJ( .. ............ .. 4125 5 18 55 ... .. ........ ... seX o swX (for 1894)...... .. li t 19 146 Street. south bv Madison street -
David ratio. ......... .;..... ........... ... 40 26 5 18 2 (0. ''D ukes......... .......... neY nt. ........ .... ......... 4') 8 J9 -J .
M V Blak.clde. .... .... ..ItJOISW .... .......... 5 U". 13d' Gill ......... ...... seX of nwX and swJ of ne}-. ... 8 8 19Unknown. I t township Wrstcn ne'6 ts.seton2
The. Shefeld Land &Invest. Co.. n e y4 tofst't and w 3 of D e t. 4. ...... ... .... ... ser4of le .... ....... ..... 18 6 19 Starke... ... ..,. ....... 1 tQ
t4audeofnwyjnndn4ofew ...... .... .... se3.of se (:(tot 1894)........... 4 13 / 19 147 Annie Hof ieter.,.... .... .... ol.e and threw block In
W 'ofew4. ......... 3 21 5 1 ..?.....?...................?...,......s.H of neX and o1-seX.... ... 19 6 J9 8 C lot of Starke.... ..seven. 89
Annie blister ............ .... aP %' Ofse.Y...... ..... ....... : ;1 5 I 2 h 1 5 arlow.....:. .. ........ sw'Y 01.......ne... ... 1/:0: 2 6 19 48 ........ ... .....".........._. l lots 3.5, and end 'east halter. I '
I H Hedge....... ..; ...... a e Y d s .X except 1 on 13 111'o\n...... .... sw' < sej .. .......... .... 4 2 6 19 lot one block 16 in Town of .
wrt.lde & 1 w 34 of s 11'11 e 3j. .... 7 3, 5 18 ...... ...... ''. .wX seX (for ih9t)......... 2 6 19 140Carter Starke. ... ... ... .... ..... 889 -;
A D Boett '" .. ...... BtV I of se34endswiotnwY. I 6 5 19 !33 hewaom.estate.... ....... sw34 of nwY and IWJ of sw4 '"n'_' ...-........ ...:.......... lots 5.8. .and block In tOWn <
Unln"wn ............ .... ..a (f re X....... .... ..t. 4J 14 5 19 3 andawt4uf'sw' J.. :. ....... J2J 2 I 19 445 of Rtark.. I... . .2.........
Chapman................... nor ."ofte. ...... ... 2 5 19 5 C..tr Newsom estate. ......10 ac..p. 01 e of r34 ot Louisa C Megs L M beginning at north-west corner 81
R' ........ .. .....n 34 ofse 34 and w 34 of ... ... ...Le- 27 6 J9 2MBJ'iis. 8 Tompet of of 99
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liams. anlneJofsw. sw14 swS4 -
? seXofse3j t. ... .t.. ... 24 5 19 698 .... ... .... ........ ... ...... ..H. .... 6 J9 l3i 6 Ilton
-.--_._... ......_.._.__..._ s f 4 ofse 1 j of t X ., ...... 3 24 5 19 2 8. Ulklown........ ...... ....... n ( oflw1... ........ .. 4 8 :8 6 J9 2 f thence range 4 2 feet. running thence
....... ......... .....8 ( of n X ... .I. .. ...... 80 26 19 81 ... ... ... .' nX (POr 1964) ....... .. t( 86 6 19 t 'southI eat feet. west 434 "
0JClker.... ..... .... of s-X .and srY ewY .... n0 8 5 19 1 ..... ............................s4ofsWY of sea 4 .... ... .. 2 6 W 1 Otnknown. feet. tbfnca 418 feet to
....... ....... ...:; ...I" .f sit X ., .. ...(..:..:....;. 4U 82 I 1: 1 35rcy ...... .... .... ......... 'nwXfsee,......".. ....... 40 6 20 20 thtncl north' ........ 44'
wells... .; ...;. .. .ne'jonwX ..... ... .... .. 40 3 4UDkuown .... ...... ......... lot.and 5.,........ ........ EO 6 6 2 0 ... .... .. .. ........ ... pint seven and part of lot 3
lot 5...... ... ... I,) 5 :' 2 OJ .... .. .......... .. oh n.\..... ... ... ........ 40 9 6 2 0 block 211n town or Starke..... M _
4 .. ... ... ..... ...;. lotll..... .... ......... ..... h I 5 2 21 .. ..... .... .. ........... nwj of ( ..... .... .... 40 10 6 2 3,0U"klown. A D Cone...................... Iota J3 and block 11 In Temple's I
n .... .... ...... .. Si Y .f ....... .. .... 16 16 5 ............. ... V nJ of seX ..... ........... 1 JO 6 2 f addition J Starke. ... ... 4 11
; swXoff.tr18J1) .... .. ..... 6 16 2 896 ........... ... 'J ofs (fo..hN}......... 8 10 620 2 Mrs A R Little........ .. .. .Jot 2 block 81n town of Starke..".. I -
.............. ... .... .... n" oflnt 1 .. .........;.. '4 14 ; 2 188 .. .... ... ... of" ............. 10 6 2 13 Satia Sydhoten.... .... ...... IoU 6 and 8 block 1 in town of I c, ,
;..... .. ......... .. 1 ..... :... ... .. J9 : 2 135 .0 .... .... .... ...sox ofsw. (fo..19)........ 4 JO 6 2 btarke....... ......... ;
Unknown. ......... .....nJoflotll/.FjjoflotsI01IdJlldotl2.... lOU J9 1 849 ....... ... :....... ... .... neX ... ............. 11 6 2 1 99neyandnejofseX John C Cooper.............undivided half interest In lots 5 I
........... ..... ... .... ... ........ 40 J9 I 20 .... ........... ............. ...... O 12 6 2 98 and 7 block 34 in Johos' addi-
Jacb\'arne.. .... ........... ... tJ( of sey. ............. 40 2l 20 56 13 J" (Jolson.............. ... DW J( ...... ...... ...... 8 15 6 0 to the town of Starke.... S 2
\.IIIQ. ........... .... sf.w ... ... .. .... .., to:6 1 20 Arhlbald.lcDoDdl.... .... .... 'h of nwH and sJ of nwX n O'Neal....... ............ ton and Thick I In Davie &
J T Mathi....;... .. ...... .... 0' swt4...... ........ ..... : 2' 5 24 and w3 of w3yof $ ..." 160 16 6 2 38 Truby's addition to town or 1166Starke. .
J I. .................. 1}( of neU! I d nwX of seX .. .. M 6 7 4.8pWa J J Colson... .................... ne34 of neX..... .w4. .. 40166 20 .. .. ... ........ ..
\Vi\1......;.. ; w3 J of .. .. .... ....... I" :8 2 5 81 Archibald McDn.l .. ...... eX of neX.and lwJ( of neX andofFw ... .. .................. lots 2 and 5 block 1 in DavisTrby's ,
.... ........ OW/iofn./ nw. ... .. .. ..... 2 I : 195i ; ? and Jt... ....... 52I 1 6 2 10 2 adlitlon to Starke.... 8 M '
.. .... ... :.. ....... ..... .... .. 40 I 2. 1:46AddieChapman. Archibald McDonel. ......... s4 of lit 1nd tots 1 and 12... r 6 2 4 Mrs Susan Jenntngs......... 4 5 block 27 In Livingston .
.............. ... nw/.oflw.. ..... .. $0 29 5 2 798lisaaa ., ....... .... ....... ..... 1flfle. and 6 .. I 6 2 249J'lorln. Iot & Company's addItion to i.
lrdef..... ....... ..... 1 tot in town .. scHbed as ( .) L.t 16. said Archibald )iclonell..... ....... I and Sim Kelly.... ............ ..llotbnnnded eouth by"land ot i '
1- lot In of Jot ...... 83 5 216BY se34 .nw and of eel( and ,
) n,4 : : nJ J T [Gills and vest by street. : .
Roberta & J E Dekle. .... lots 89 and 39 In block In town sw:l fsnX:and .._.a .UO a. L) 1a anUnknlwn. ---,- Jackson -'
1 .. .. .. .... .. ... ..14J.. .. 1 94 -rh by stret "th- '_. "i' :. r
or Lake Buthr.......... ...: 6 .2 .: ( of nwX : 40 6 2 ut m I' -
......... ....................lots 34 85 36 and 87in blocks 12 .... ... .. ... ........ a\nw. 0 swX ... .. 4 2' 6 133 byl. B"pe.. ..... 0 : r-- '
and 13 In town of Lake Butler.. 4 MW ....,... ..................n ( (>flwJ( and Sri( ( nWt/ and E J Taylor estate.... ....... ..... lots 12,15 and 16 iD Euerly's adl '
W Cbapman............ ... .block 2Sin town of Lake Iiutlcr. 10 5itukDowa. ne34 f s\J and sw Y of neX.. 2 2 6 2 2C tlon to Strke ..., .. 1 U' ./
.......... ... .. .... lot 8 and 9 block 8 In town of .......... .. .. .... neY any e ofnlJ....... .. 2& 6 2 & Watters.. .... .. block 14 in addition to .
Lake But'Ur.! .... .... ... .. 247 ......... ... ....;..... ....134 of 101 I! .. ....... .... 31 6 2 G 5i Goale Sta..ke....Oa8kns''. .. .. .... .. .. .. 2 4 n a f19
_.___._ _.... block 10 In town of Lkr 1 i .. ................... .nX of Ints 8 and 9 and sJ of lots Goale & Watters.......... block H In Gaskiqs' addition to '
...w". ."...:....w............ lot h' nX of lot 31n Butl'r" 5 and 6. .. .... .. 16 31 G 2 814 9:) .. . 2 2 4 8tf "
2 Butler... ... ....I.... 11 5 2'Lke .3 Win Gaines................ ..... eoflt1 otsw4.! ... 1 6 8 7tl Mrs Hattie Johnson..... ........ 2. .tarieru..l II 105 ft square in the
...-.. -..,.... ..?..... ...... 4 alreM 10 lW corner of north half J Bailey.... .......... ... nel ,< 11 ne'4 ofsw and 389 north-east corner ot the neX of
of lot 4 ... ..... ...... 4 81 5 2 2 J2 : m' 8WY..... ... ... lrl 2 G wl i .. : I n t.09
(1y B Walton Eta .............. "f lot t......... 12:1 5 .0 :.i Unklown.............. .. nett ofne ..... .... ..... 2 6 21 \4Q Harry Brymer............ 1.281 commencing In northwest
E W \lJoQ \. ..... .. lotan.hJ j ......... .... 8 5:0 .. .... ... .. neY of 0114 (for 18H! .... ... 40 2 6 21 8a corner of DW" of se4 section 29
J M .....;........... ... si:11.of nrX .... .... 40 I 552UDlnown. ... ..... ............ seX ofse Y .....:.... .. .. 40 1 8 :1McMillen 1 anti running east 313 feet on
1 ...:......... .....srY oflw. ... ..... ... ...... 40 1 2 185 &Jackson..... ...... nwX and nX of ney end swM ofnetjandtv3ofswX. 775wuf boundary line between nw3g of .
.;. ... ...... .seX 0 (for 1394)).... .:.... 40 1 5 ........ 3" 6 6 21 Se4 and swX of ne4! forastart- \
Unknoln ....;; ..... ... ..... IWI.... ..... ....... 40 10 5 21 13 w D Alvarez............... s."ots'I and swyj (>rlw; and ........... ..... .... ... .....ne3jofse'... .. ... ....... 2 1 3 past 270 feet north ::feet
) of .i( of nw3j. .. ..... 10 13 5 21 1605W A M ............. wX of nw14. .. .. ... .... f 7 6 2 136 8 thence 270 feet to starting point 1 6 2 0 6Z '', .
H Hen..y... ... .... ...... swX of awl( ....... ......... : I 21 1 31 J S Bal.y.LIhaln....... .. ... n \X of c 'i'.,.. ....... 9 6 Isaac Edwards.................2 acres bounded eG by land or C :
seX of nwy4.and ne34 or ..... w I Ii 21 2 07 I J S Bie} ........ ...... .... .. se4 of .eH and IJ of IIH and L Peek. south by land of hi U r .
Goo Thomas .................. nt4...... ... .1t-. 40 5 21 1 34Unknown. swX of FEH! and of sw14.. 2 10 6 21 46 Parish and S r.Crew, went Ly '
...... ...........n s.J.f 1tJ( ... .... ...... .. H :0 I\ 2u7 U nknown.. ............... .. nw\of ....... .. ..-. 41 10 6 21 land of M..I lU'"Dg.. .. ... 2 2 8 I 764 .
....... .1:......... w3.I of sw44 ..... .......... w 2(1( : 2 u" .. ..... ..._.... ..... .. of nwX If.I'OO .. .... 40 JO 6 21 14t FO Miliir. .. .. .............8of8e! except S acre. .... I 2 15 94
Mack Desue.... ... ........... of.wJ( .f.w\ ".. ........ 20 25 I is 6 07J J S Bailey......... .......... uf( and sell aIJ! n.4 Ofl ( .. 52 1 6 21 9 8 J R SI Wells... .............. .1 acre il ot ""........ .. s 2 I f 1'
E J Wafurfgb. ....e .. IJ of w) .... .. .... .. 40 : 21 3WJ J S Ba"y.... ...... .... ... eJt Orll% ant nw).ot n 4 .1d .._.....&.. ....................? ..._....... 2 aC"1 .rJ west corer of
t Oreen.:. .... ......... ... ne4 of nryj . ..... 4t I 21 J 3 u)4 o naudl wy4 and > f n"; e' se)4) of seX and 4 acrestn ,.
.... ..... .... .... .ek tf Ih ,less ucres lying S eofsw4andn.Yntse 31 n 6 21 8 motet corner of neyj of seX ..... 8 2 6 2 8 s h.;
\nknowD "i : ..... .. ... ... swX Hr and 01 nwt4 and .... .. 9 2 6 0 .
alo w 0 Siarke and $'lndplon. J. S Bailey. .. = oeH st'4 Chew Bros. & Co. ... IwWof seX of se34 less 1 acre.:. .
.. ......... .. 2) 21j e). of !wJ a.1 s4 (If 8wX 'ODD..th5Ide '. .
J M Manning ..... .. ...;I. roa.nwJ4 .. .....:......:.. : 31 5:1 .! 7KUnknown. and ofRH .. .... ..,.. 210 13 6 21 5 70 CMJopklns..Garesllc..l'1.... .. 81 6 14G. I.
.... ..:... .. .. aw3g of .1,:...:............. M 3: _1 15j J S Bailey......... ............... BW'of neX ( srtj of nw4! and ...... ............. ornw.olnt Ile Berner of se rj .
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..... .......... se3otn.'. ... ........ 4 3i 21' -145 of I"' and'SWX of awj of se34 .. ... ... ... 2 e 2 11 .
_._..._.;, ...._._ of u' .. .. .... ... ..... 3: 5 :21 1 3 and .. ...... 2 i 13 6 21 5.70 UnknowD...... ..... ... ... lots 1. 2..15 and 16 iD Everls's addition "
___ ......... ......_.__.... lit I .. ..... 2 5 .0 J S Bailey........ ........... ..... el; and nw34 and tX of swH' and to Starke. being iD 'corofne34ofs& n
.i..:. .......... .. .sJofn"Ifnw 1tn.HlfrJb'1I...... .. 3t 5 I 14t IWJ( (f ,wX ...'.. ..... 6 1 6 21 1 2 ..... .. ..... 2 6 0 ;
.1.. .. .......... Jjofl"U ..... ... .... ... 4'1 3 5 21 J S Baiey....... ........ .. se4! of seX..... ... ........... 4 16 6 2. 13 )1sNora Hollister. ....... ..oDe and one-half acres 013 south
...-.-. .... ..... ..._..__. .IWofn.'o .. ... .. .. 40 3 5 21 .1 38 1 Unlnw".n............. ... ew. of net ..... ...... 4 1 6 8 side of nwY of seX beginning
)) ..'.. ...t.5AC"81 .wc.rufl\of ne .5 3 139A JS. Baiiey......,. ....... nX ofnrk and swX of neX and at a 210 feet.south of DW -
B Oumpbell ... ..;.......e7( hf lot 011"\( le. 1 n So: eofsiY.... ... .. ....... 200C11Phillips. 21 4 2 46 pln' running south 1.3 ,
Mack Desue......... f swX of no,..3j and ot .. .... ... ne34of nw4 ..... ...... 4') 21 G 48 c..ne. thence east 8.81 ;
.J ( ...... ... .nJ... 10 34 8.4l JSBailey......_............. ofDwHaud nwJ Of8PJ.... t. 6 21 2C north!.3" chaiDs caiM. n
;Trknown..............._..",: wK") ... .... ..... 5 u 1 ;1 2 07. J S Bailey ........... .......... sJ of n34 anrt !t I" tun chains StUtDg t I .3 4 .
.... ...... ... ....:..,. all .flwJ. "'11 of ntH 6f. 1 5 2 1 4 ( of.nw3j and e3( 01 swy.t W H Youcg .... ............... sey of nwg4. .. .pint.. 4 3 I 2
.. .. .. .:..._.. uoj of 1"1 1&, t3( nt1 Y or and swJ of swy and .J of I O'Iei.. ..."'.."" ayy of Dw1 of awX .. .. ... \ 81 2 10 67
... nek and x7( \IWJ(. 8J( .. ... ....... .. 3 2 6 21 8 21 Jamt ...... ........ ot nwY of n"'. ... 6 I 4 49
end IW!. of nwlt. Utlj'of nf IXIn.I. George Wilken... ...... ... ..e3otse3g anAsWYof DW!aDd .... .... ........ ..... .... sJ seX oflw, of e4 aDd
} ....... .... ..J... 810 2 5 22 J3 5. IWJ of .wJ:........ .. .... 16 2 6 21 1167 nJof of seX of and ue 4 of
.... ...... .......... !" nf.." ..f.6b. 1 5 22 I J Ge..ge Woken. .... .. .. 6 and 1 and 8.?' of ae l! .eJ" of adY.. 93swX 31 6. I 0
J E H"rr:.:;...:... ....... ny of owl' "f srj and sw'Y of swag .. ....... ..... : 24 6 21 1S 23JCPeeler ........... .... ....... ... .. andlol ne34 of swJ n
NNj! ifs ....... .80..1 2J 7 J3TRNaMlr. .... ............ ..10 acres 01 west lfe of se3j of I lexs } . .... .61 6 4 e
.... rtof nwYof 3W1( .. I 2 lW srY.... .......... ... ..... 10 24 6 i1 1 93 UDkDown...... ........ ......n3( of 4J -4 of swk except five 8
W C th howdy ........F. ,4-.tJ ... ... ,. ..... 4 I :O FRlforeantJEFtitch..arx.tneX...... .. ....... 4 2. 6 ZC acres on north aid,. .. ., ... 15 3 2 t 49
J'. UUltu ..;.: .. ,i'.hW\t. .1' ., .: "1-2 2J .J 8 Ba I.y .. ...,................ nX lf nd swX ot nwX .... I 24 6 21 Isaac Edwards..... .... ...... fSW'! ....... 2 3 6 2 349 \
T W Stauery. ...t.... ... '... ',.f oW'4....> .. t. 40 / 12 20 7 J C I'reler .... ............... nwJ ofne'; _.. ........ 40 2' I 21. 0 ..-....".................... .....nJof.eH) Its 1 acre 8 8 2 37 .
C FSI'ut..::.: .. .........,... oJ ofn.$,.f tj..... ..;. 10' : 2. : 01 J t Batley... .............. ...... tf uw" ad swX of nwJ .... 12 2 21 27 Chas Thompson ........ 1 in elf "f!nw34 ofsw ... 782 t 7
8 .. .. ... ... n"i of nwY .......... ... -0 : 849 J8Haity......:.. .. ..._ .e' swX and swX of nwX.. 2 6 21 ... ...?.-...-....... ...?.... ae) ,f 'aDd wf( of Me" -
Unknown ..... .............. seY otswk of t3j ....... 10 2'I 13 ... .. .. ........ seyof SW. ........... ... 4( 6 2. 1 35Unknown. ofDw IWJ 1".. ... .....I". a a e .
J S Irln ...... .......... "( ffDe/! ..fn1. and neY ofneX .... ............ ... ... nek of .. . .... 4 2 I 2 1 85SUCummings. Morgan Jackson. .............1 are commencing at south-west -
iD eat .' .... ...... ..... ... uwYofswtlesl0acres blocks : 2 2. 0 9 or Annie And..ewl' land
of ofo..,. .:. :.acrc. .. ..... t 23 I 2 748 tJuUa s.34, 83 aryl as and loltb half rer running west .0 yards. !
Schroob. ... ..... ..... ni of t wag ouw! ....... ZJ 122JwCPrtrn. block thi..ty.tWo block north 70 yards. east .0 ya..ds .
...:..... ;:.. :..sv of nwk.... ..:. .,.....' .... 40 Zi 5 2' 13 thlnv-ne except lots twelve and south iO yards t place -
ltrhDlon........ ... ....... 3u' : 5 : 41 thirteen. four n and flJti n w.( nwX of 139 2 '
: .....:..: .. "." .1"pfrIWIQrt11. "u,1 of of' .' of rt4 of s"3. of Cummingssubdiyi.iOn blinnin/.. .. ... I 4 ); ,
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:', '. a.1 nwY of acru"neX ;.. .......DJ 52 / ,2 61t. "berry Green, n Ed J Johnson.... .... ........ le1.blok tl 11 Lincoln CSty...... 8 I 2. a 4 .
.* ......... ... .... ...;;.. lot 8 block a and abuttfenacrs.. ........ 1 6 22 a i5 UnkDOwo.... .. .... ........ seY owX ..... ..... 4 3 I 1 z. .
block Iln town 01 lot-1lnl8ln '47a Henr CEarl.. .. .............. ad bal aC"e beginning L L Dawson....... .... ...... beginning ass post 2G feet sot
.. .............".";.... Lot 5 bl.1 Gxt. store occupant at a pint SI..lt 68i nwcorntlot .wJ or nwX and
1 feet of Cummings avenueand
_' by .t Thane In the Ding J f. thence e .1 V
''. town < L. Wiry......;...... & 5 running fast 400 feet, feet, n 19t feet thence w !
"'-f. ... La5JbylUb r t. w.'O'upicd thence south 556 feet, thence feet to point of .... 482 6 to
W'hipm.n'& Flsherlp town .. west 4 fret- thence north M' ....................seyofseX.... blnnipg..... ... 1 a
... t awtey... ... .... 8 M feet point of beginning tnkown.Imit.. ....... ....se 4 of nwy4 of nwk.. .... .. .... 4 8.4 1
.D.S ........ ......1 ... .... et, [.f 1"\'anJ blok 1St Cumiug subdivision in A. David Bu..iholder........ ...... 'Wtii ... ... ....... M I 1" .
f' 'o..n "I Luw'ey 4l... ............ 1 1 ... 8 1 Grn.. ......... .. 4 9 6 45 s'o Innw 4 I ",. ..
t.n,1." ,01." ., \... ,.. S in block g in to\n1pt Law.Smlthi 2 L C Floyd..... .....,.. ............ one fifth ar eat half of swY. WmFCuh..2aPlnasuare" ....corer. 2 M 8 1 3
.: L. .. ... '" ." .'t 2 47 of nw33 Cusnmt.rgs subdvL R B Maltce ... .......... .... lot 3 In )lattice subdivision of 2 '
-f F.) :.7,. ". .'... 4 ty." on outb sido Lake Kings'y ion m Asb..ry G..lu. ...... 2 8S 22' 1 i7 swXonwX .. .......... 5 d 51
_, 'y'ytree } !t: 1 Ity avenue i the town 01 Law- James D Otllingham............. three one.Quar. a..es 11 e } Annie Hollister....... ....... .swat ot ney... ... ......... 40 8 I
t.; ... 2 5 3 half 8wX Iw.1n Cumrni n. ED Moore... .... ........... of 8W. .. .. 3 I 2J : tit
J J.E Bartin.44.. '............ "0 tcr. In'. 3.( of-............r eU 5 .2 .363. subdivision in Asb.r Gren. ..3. 2 ,I 2 230EvelinPLarnord. w A BaB.. ...... ........ sJ of net! ofs .......... 4 ?i 0
WCPetera. _.......,..- .... e, ol."o.n.otsl( 1 0. 5 24 1 ..:. .:..,......lotsixinblock 1Iry ne .I',.;' : 'c. -.1 E Leighton ...... .........eX of neX .......... ... 2 5 I ; .
... .. ..... 10 21 b ofa u4in' 8ublvs biro C J and ... a a II
Hhuahim .0 Cmmng 160 6 :
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..... .... ....ee3j of f.ej add...4ofnek.of : ionin Hrn .. .. 2 6 2 1 .t.n..IIJ. .. ofnw...... }oiw".. ..A 2 +. ": -- -
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'o.ee3g S0, 5 2 49of Eliza )1 Bartlett. ... ... .. ..lot flee in block thirty two In nlX s$ ot ne7( and ot M. -
Pilate Aaron.Smith' .... .. oX of 5".tr........ W. 1O of f Y in Cummings !ubivis AnneloD1r..II_ vw' .......... eXofDeJ. .. M 6 .247-. 1. a
Ntilirr.. ... ... .... .. ....... swag ot.r.e'J ofn.I...... ... ... 1U6 2 5 2 t Ion I.lsberry Green......... 2 0 2. 1 7 ......... ....,..wX ( rte)( of nwY.............. "1 M 8 : l .. '
o W Jennings....). .. Martha Miller........ .. .... two, threeand .. ... -
.. ... } 5 50. lot oue fl.urn ... ... .......... ..... .... .
E.taG of A lP Thbiob .laclofl-of"w .of.lv S 2 two in De" 1nn01.. .. .. ueJo... .. -.4a I : x 4. .' V
;.,t r.. 11fl IW n' :' 5 :0 try o 8\ ... .. ... ... r- r
..Burns. .. .. ":.'. .:.. s3f of sMX of ow3g and si of sw Y. 2 lA mllDIS subvi"OD A. .. ... .........__....._... seY 01.... ......... .. .... l >M 4 u 1'S 'I. .+
: of nW3i 4 2J 5 1 2.4 buy ...... ....... 26 2 J r A E Bainey. ........... ....1 fi otne and leJ( of seY...... 10 7 19 '
\.Ld.. n )[ E Jones ..... lots and fifteen .. ... .. ..,. ..
.. ... .. Salcm1tiolataIIDt.I( arj ... .s blok A ERalney . nwX of swX end swyj of nwX. 19 r'
'tai Wet I : tinrty one -Iu ne" of i' J E Howard..... ....... -...swX of neY and seY,ot .. I 1 1 2o *
,f A ," on n JM of 8eV QwJ aec /; Cmmmtngs aubvlon i Thos-R Holton.... ..... ....... nwX of se3g of DwXof S 1 .
1 26 tp 5, r and running south bury rD.. 2 6 22 22 ney4. ...an... eJ. .. ... 4 5-. 1 *
and parallel with said railroad _. AneC Brown..................... lot twelve thlnyonein Unkwn.................... D of lot 4....................., 6 a 7' II 138 -,
r track 345 feet; w on the _. ". neY ofsw3j In Cmlng subdiTbion -......... ...... Jot 3. .. ..... .. '. 4 1 3 2- .
i nain. variation tDc .\ :1 .< .: : in '". 2 6 1 ............. ....D ( of lot9.. .... .... ......... 8 4 7 2 E 0T .'s
( : 1 .' line 600 feet;thence te" lon John B Bond...:... ... .. ..lot thirteen block thirty one InneY Mrs A E Bailey..... ....._... of 8wX ...... ...... 4 1 2 1 3 {
4tleaatotneLLoeottheabove ,r; ,. .. ., v sw34 II Curnming8 "Ib 22 Nat Gainey... ........ ...De1, of aw(.. ... ... ..... 4 4 1 2 :' .
# .a named 4Q acres, thence east on ;. :- -;' 4 dhbon In Asbu Green.... 2 G 1 7 'v I P.bn.............. ..n and 2 2 :
X {a_a ; .. the sme1lno point of begin o < Eibt Wilson... ... .... eiht blok tblry.twI iD De" 81 ofne1 of!nej ac..eoean y i.,
mug.*<. .--.v.-.i."...... 6 M.1 28-. 82 ( ( In L'wmigs bubtw e of net( and 5 acres 10Mitchell ''
.., "at the ion ID as ... 2 }ofnwJ 6 .
ms. ...3 acres commencing sw I. 17 s&( ot ne M. .
4s ... corner of seX of section 28 ,,. vuff '.. Cle.W. Clime.... .. .., ..' ...lot t block thirty-two i neX ot HIt. ...........,.....15a..e oft worth sad of of : 2 ,. .
township 5 range. J2 and rnn; : *? ,," in Cummings lubvbon .. .... ..... ... 21 s S '7) Vm: : .,
Lingoastonsrcuxtine418tent .' ..I' ,. i Albuy Ueen. .... .. 2 4 22. 17 J Prescott. s of swX....... ... U 2 _lM.acex. ., r., '.
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nth C60 > Ion In Abur Grn.. 17 west of north-east corner of ''x
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COMEj1OHg VISITOR- ,oQtk'. 'nlrta-1': :" %\ .' ., Y rl'o.ua Conntrie.. WmTbigpen. .. ................... ne*\ of 8"J( and wx\ ,.r ..< .,.. 80 Xl 10 I ca ,
Y ? THAT The 'ewjstruction"" crew of' a western L BPeck. ............ '......11-" of nwK; .................-..... 80 27 flit) 20
*'itf THE SACRED 'CITY.t The hardest worked' washerwomen in R C Brook.............:.......... n\X: of 1"Jr: ..........' ...:..;;.. 40 IT flO 336
.railroad was at work for some days at the world are the Koreans. 'They have Thos Cudjrell.........?....'........ .w* of seii, ... .;........ to Ir1 7 to .1 asS
:one place near Pierre S.; D., and the to wash about a dozen dresses for their CBrighi...... ......?.......... X acre in corer of 4ih and Lewi
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.J streets In Lampoon City......- 7 .JO : :1-.
S.lt FMf laatlon of the.Place and the Mem roadmaster in charge planted two tiny husbands, and, inasmuch as everyman J S Bailey.................._ nwX: of ne*: and srZ of nwS aDd
t Awaken In the inpres&lonablo cottonwood shoots in the baked soil at neat of ewe..... .". ........... 120 6 21 t f8
Jones ; wears pantaloons or drawers! baggy .___..__._________._ nett of nrx.\ except: acres....._ 38 5 21 12SewJf
'Mind-GliotU of the Men Who Were the side of the track :which was being that they would come up to his neck, ___.._ _.__..__.__ \ of flex., ;.... ....... 4n If >1 1 Unary .

Stan- ID' the Forum. i constructed. Nothing was ever knownto like those of a clown, they have plenty uarkjlile.. .. ...... .:....;... ... ewer and and swtfofnw:ne5y and*\ eX aDd at nwx DwU;of

grow where'tb.ey were planted butihe to do. The washing in usually done in sex. ... .. 480 9 21 I
i Marion Crawford au articla for The curling] buffalo gross and the wiry cold water and often in running Loooey & SeaU.. ....,.. ..... sex\ sad 4 acres in set'e of aey... .167 10 11 !f0 C
-- Unknown.... .. ... .':...:. ....nei: of t wX.. .... ".......... 40 10 7 21 I
y -a & //Century, entitled "A Kaleidoscope of bunch grass, which came] np with the itreams. The clothes are pounded with 4'JrLe GADEALER SKINS .. ... .................___ m-J4 of swjii\ '(for 1884) .......... 40 to' 721 14$ t
florae says: moisture of the xnelting-!nows of spring' paddles until they shine like 'a shirt; P P Prevail. .................. .... nwU of sot audit acreon West 84 10 721

There is a plan of the place in every fend: soon withered and'curled under the 1 front fresh from a Chinese laundry!, ': ;'':'.--- INprescriptions- sw siJe*of of neH ne*:.o....e.a..d..\'....._..-.X-..of.. 31 T 21 14112

i guidebook, with adeecriptica written to withering heat of the summer Io"11D. no Tba Japanese ;:.ip'their 'garme;tti# Perry Jshns.... ............... .. wX ol tvX:. ............ ':h. .. eo 1S' 11 II'
I J S ..... .... ... .. .. and eXofnwX: and nwX of
flflUT.411B Bailey. e
i jbo read while running. And ,.without moisture coming to. refresh the baked apart for washing, and they iron MlJUJCIJffiSJ ... .' .. 71
every D..I(....:... ..:............. 440 16 s t9
touch definite knowledge.-with "little and parched plain on which the little. their clothes by spreading them fin >i t tHat Elam Hal ..... ..'.' ............. ewe) Of ew*......_..:_..___. is 21 :20?
latin less Greek" thoots .: ........... .........:.... ... .i... :i K of sex\ oflf'n-. so T 4 rinrx
Kpd perhaps:; -many .. were planted. board and leaning this up h .a.ns\\ .t: Starke. Fla.a ..............:...........;.... ... : of oeJ4.__';;._..:.:......:.;:.;... 40 :I oro .
... men andworaen"lle guidebook"in theiriiands No. one ever expected the shoots to the house to dry. The*' aim Jakea the .. w. Llv :gstoo..'.......:........... 6 acres beglnninir at' Draoch '
forgotten ,for moment, have live,but the roadmaster devoted : DMA -' that from north south'also>
',Jtt'I a .0119 a greatJleal wrinklesout of the clothes, and 'some ;
.
of H&zel's land and
.. .,,. ."t.. : ; : tJh of. them have quite a.l luster. rT l etdapd ; i-unnl tig north 4sO feat west
loet.d-\ft erei-1l: zld' "- th-drawn ;fc Pt hjm in Ib'aijrietoitTJtShority: :b + s to.onnded at all hours feet south 40'! feet, thence east
\r 11'.QiI1..cv
J1pRA-'WODsn--... : .. .
;.Jo'Mt
%'- .) 1ow l6at f ,'a lmo t.elniet: lielnnday1 !;3btiF llthe oa a uft WHlled ufan 'doors.! !Her"washtub ,13'not'more than" r day o r night; ." 03Uftt sex\ of Dt'7 to'placeof\ begt .lagIn 1x. 6 B9 __ -

r wonder, and they have seen accident/ and. tho trainmen kept six- inches' high .and"'if about 'as' big; '. "'.'I"\"' .................. ... ...............,. EeJ4 of neX\ and eJi" of 'n.M of
Complete ....., ..... .: .. ...__ eo 2S
la.est and Most 'aex. -- : 2 is1
Vise'a i vision of put things and beings, watch' of the two trees'to'see how long'they round as the average dishpan. She, gets The. *"* ,' South. EstauIf : I Unknown. .. ........... ...... nex of nrx.' ......._.___.:.:._ 40 19 7 .1 >a$
\!vex in the broad afternoon sunshine, would stand the terrible drought the dirt Out of the clothes 'rnbbingthem' "'" lishment ; '. ..i....... :_.. __.;._ n) ornw ofnw.l(.._._._.... U 1 :n 100
but by .._.........:....':?...._.. ... woJ" neUofawM .._-._._._ i() 1 2t ".100 .....
of stones that remember .Csar'sootstep3' which. was curling 'all other vegetation between 11'ands.. She some- Geo.S. Hacker & Son __ ....... .:....::. .... eX" of ne!( of seX te w 3 acres_ 18 33 1 2t fS_.
; .snd' from walls' that have in, that part Of the world. But they times uses Japanese which is full .. .... .................. .. nwH of iwKH ._..... .....____ co .1 !tC 118 -...
soap ,. ......._............... *4 of DWJ__.__.. 40 'I .XI ll
echoed with Antony's speech. There grew and thrived, and from what source I of grease, and works away in tar bare. .;.__ ........... .... ti ol....:._.._.__...._... '120 17n ass
hey troop up the sacred way, the shock the roots drew sufficient moisture' to feet. "' .: .. ...._.............._._arKotew" ...:.....;-.-...._.-... co I 729 lab
\ 't ... ... .. _._.__.. ... h... I
.;. ... .. .. ......... gwJiofsw 10 'I it 13S
ended, wool draped, beak nosed Romans ustairi' their vigorous growth is one of The Chinese girL;! do_ their. washingin ""- II H Brown ...:...X........... seWof nw*.......__--.:__ 40 S 1 JI: 115
there thoy stcnd together in the mysteries. All summer long the air much the same way." Unknown...... .................... ,.,,1{of eeR._._......-....;;..;...;.;.;;. 80 a 1 It 20:
kr the of and ... ......... ..... ei" of 8514. ...._._.. so a 1 II t to
cups at corner Saturn's temple; la} a veritable breath of the Sahara The pr tty short haired beauties of MI-SKA \V lk'ld3lt.; : ....... .. ...... ueX of ,-V: less ten acre.__. 2\0\ C 7 It r 35 _,
There the half naked plebe an children the earth is baked and burned, still never Siam wear their' gown when batting I Unknown ..:;-.'.. .... ... :....:.x; .;: ,.f swy ......_....._......__. 40 .I 'I .21 116.
tlarubernpou the pedestals of the columns leaf curls.The trees LA Ju.J51u Davis Brothers At Truby'n '
or while tak-
a "droops in the river and wash them subGv1,lon i of eX of nek cad 8
to watch the crowd and double the have attained a sturdy growth and the ing their bath. When they have finished nwyf 0' nt'of\ .ection 7 and &

\Den's'deep tones with treble'bf childish who them in their self ot4 ol section 8....... ... ID 1 7 12 S 57.
a engineers pass nightruns they trot up the steps of their floating Mrs J Q Hamen.....___......... lot 14 and 1 acne in surplus lot Din
clatter; here-\he noble boy, with declare that a spirit form appears I houses, and, wrapping a clean sheet .' .. .. "'UTi!( Brothers i: Trubj's

his bordered toga, his keen young facefend and pours water about them, and the round their bodies they slip off the Bubdulon" in vX of n .1.nd 8seS4 aitax
... of ne> of section T and
.ar 4
longing backward'look'is hurried section men who go past the spot in the wet clothes and wring them oat ta did: .ta.YY ur sett sec 6. ._..... 11'7 T 22 r 96CatbarineHullev.

tome out of the throng by the tall bouse.I morning to their work report the soil The washingin in Egypt is usually done _... ..._._.........1 acre in nrthwea.cor of *X of
V : .. n wi'......_......_....._....___ I 8 7 S3: 141S77
|old slilve who carries his school tablets. about them to show the effects of baying by'the men. The Egyptian washerman ibtiMJFA.CTUREES Joe Johnson._.__._..__?...... w,,", of nw< of nri less acres
hud is responsible for his safety: been watered during; (he night Last stands naked on the banks of the Nile -- OF- and n34 of bwX of nw (. less
3 8cre.........._...__..__._ 34 8 729 99et
A consul gw'j. 12 lictors marching fall a prairie fire burned over the ground, and slaps the wet clothes, with a noise DOORSSA'SH BLINDS I t W J Hudson............._.....__..... wK of sw .1..._....._._..._ 80 9 :
with' 'hm4-black: browod, square jaw and everything its path was supposedto like the shot of a. pistol, on the smooth Unknown.:.........._:..__.._.. ...... eat of lie': 0 nt" .t..?;:..:.;_ .. 20 9 7 29tt 1 00'
Annie Hollitter....._...._..... ..sK" "rueJr: o. se.l&________ 20 10 7 108.
fed, relentless men, with their 'r ds'and tie destroyed; and it was supposedthat stones at the edge of the running water, Moulding & Euilding Material Unknown.. ..._......_....._?....__nw>4 of :ut'J(.....:-... ___ ... +1110 7T:: 1S5
seC'Then two closed litters ara carried the trees had suffered with all else and such fellah women as wash pound .. __. __...11-*" of ne- of nwX ;.....;.. .. 20 10 721 10<
beside .. .......... .._.-.....__..._ eof" swJt_..._......._._..... .... 80 10 f 1/1/ 207
last by big, blabk, oily fellows, in its track, but they. came through the. dirt out. of their clothes. in the earns Sashl';| 'Weifits! and Cord U ..:........._.....__.....__ nor" noii of sX__.._..____.. .20 10 'J II 107
Whom walk freedmen and Greek slaves without injury way. Annie Hollister.......................;... s*>4 of ucJ-4 and wK of sX sex\
ofnw Y-.._?_:_......__...... I 60 11 'I 1
and three dr becurled and bescented What mysterious something supplies Frenchwomen pound the dirt out'with CHARLESTON s. C.l Unknown.....?.. ......_............._.. nwJ of swswK ........._..._..._.?... 40 11 'f 19a 1114
par .sites,'the shadows of the great men these trees with the necessary moistureto paddles, often slapping tho clothes -l f J M M Oecerd........_..............-....... of ne%_.._...._.._..... 10 11 'f :21 1 tt
Unknown................. ......_......_... nw, in the litters. Under their very feet the' keep them growing and flourishing upon stones as the. Egyptians do..-.Pear-.: Furchafe, our make, which we guarantee Superjor F H Killum....._......;..._.._......... nwH of nw i' ...._._:..._..:.::.._: 40 19 1 22 :
little".street boys play their game of on this baked plain or what' protected on'e Weekly.: ; ta' apy': sold 5out and thereby J E Currier..._.....;;_....__......._ IiW of seX_...-_ ...._........_..., 40 16 1 2JW 1 M
of dried lii tLem from the of fire when all ".f" save money,_ Herbert' II Rose..__._.........._._seX of sw4 ........__.?._.._ 40 It '; :as?
pitching at tiny pyramids ravages WINDOW AJD FANCY GLASS A SPECIALTY Unknown.?._.._._. ...._.__ nwy4 or 11..1&...____.....___.. 40 15 7 21 I SI
pins-because they have no filberts', and else succumbed is left to those who CANARIES FOR CONVICTS. .. .............._.....__ _._.... DP..I& of nwx J _..______..__.... 40 16 7 aSJ' 151:
lire almost and tho delve into of the hidden f Unkno..n.. ...._....._.._.__...._net of IW J(.._.._........._._ 40 19 1 n 1&2
lupins as good, as the mysteries fix. Ilnndred Feathered Songster In Mich. ''sriA AA 1!. : .._........... ..._,.......... orlSw.1......__.._._.._._._..... 40 17 1 : 414
dandified hanger on of Maecenas, straining world to solve. The only known fact in Igan'i Principal'Prison. gym kamage....._......._..............rly of ... ....____..._..._._ 40 17 7 2i t aQUnkDown.
his ear;for the 'sound of his patron'3. regard to them is that they stand and Blood and Skin Diseases ._..._....__...__.......;.... nr4 of sec....--......-- .....:.--. 40 IT 1 22 ,
\ in the Michigan state
Convicts prison .._ ......_ .
.
hikes: Kay paWSOD.. :: :;; !south part of BW4 -pf s X\ sec IT 11
Voice . ... .
from within tbe litter, heedlessly flourish in spite of all known laws'of have more 'favors than those of and all e of railro-d !'e se 4 or k
many sex sec 18....___._..._ u.g 722: 4 M
crusbcaib'e/, little beans under his nature in to
yellow regard plantgrpwJh.r. : almost any other penitentiary in the AIW J C Brown....._.........._._............. nK" of sw34 uf IIW Jr:._._..._._ 20 19 1 n. $55
sandal, the :particular small boy whose oago Tribune. United States, and it is the belief of the ; YSB ....._.....;.............._. ......._.........:........ 2 acres commencing at south east
his I' B B of nH; of &wJt of swK
etake'is smashed; clenches fist, and management of the institution that for corner
/ s section It running we.et 420 feet
/With. flashing 'eyes curses the'dandy'dead : t KIN TO IT. this reason there are fewer outbreaks or Cured. thence north no feet thence _
to the fourth generation of ascend- east 420 feet thence south 210
A. NOTe rhase of- the New Woman QQe lawlessness than are found elsewhere. feet to point of,begi nlng... .. :3 19 r M 848
iinti, and be and his companions turn Train". Among the favors granted to them hereis 1 to BOTANIC all ni.oa f1f Stand:BALI and D Skin"Terf&ni dia- Mrs SatUla! Sydboten..........._.. se's of neV......_..._........_..i:.._. 40 SO: 7 22I 1 52. t
end scatter like'mice as one'ofthe big' tlon on a that of keeping and caring for birds. 'U6II.cure It I*maunrr the: great Sonthfrn building up ....-............;...._.....:..._._.:.._..._aK of ewri less 13 and one-third
"I| was amused at a woman on a train i and purifying! Remedy. At a tonic it is without acres on-east sicla and H acres
his _
sest slaves raises
threateningly hand.. There are fully 600 feathered songstersin I a rival, anll bsootely! beyond compari- described an lots 4 and 8.. __'. 60 M a 724.
f.r Absurd details rise in the dream An coming into Washington from the institution 'J: eon with any other iiniiiac.; rruedy ever of. .........._......_.?..._.. ...._....._.... e" ..f nK of uwX and owl vf '
south," said a gentleman. "It showeda Michigan's principal! penal tr.4 to the public. It IH a certain panacM nets or nwx..____._._:. .:: S20 7 22 all.
old crone is selling roasted.chestnuts in allmed' and cared'"for by the I for all ills resulting from impute blood or animpeTartVaci ....-.................._.._____..... 16aciespon west side of uwAf-of t
the shadow of the temple of Castor and novel phase of thenew woman qu s convicts and use ,t a: condition unite bottle of tbehnmanstem.Thr vill Ienoonunte nwi.: ....._..... ?......?.. IS. S9, 722. 1172.
tollux tipsy soldier is to his as soon as daylight approaches Ht paramrant Tirtcei.; .' It nUI.ha'pO\V,Jcb James RawU" ................_....__.....9 acres in sw corner of njf of
; a reeling tion."At on bright mornings their sweet blood.ant po se!5c>almost miraculous healing nex'orswy_. ....__... 2 29 7 21 .. 64
quarters with his helmet stuck on wrong : oldsboro a man got on the train notes heard in striking contrast to ; J>ro..t11r.. .......__...._...___.....___.._.......__lots 17 and 18 in McCall aduition
side of Jewish with a 'baby in his arms. A woman followed are to Ha mptoo._.___._..._._ 10 'I 22 149
foremost; a knot moneyhangerswith but attention to the man. the natural feelings of their, owners. Send for free TiooTc ofWonderfolCeres. G W Kieruff.........___..._...._ e.of\ DY.\\ -.-.,.--:.-...... 40 30 1 22 ** "''v .
long curls and high caps" paid no Many of the moat hardened criminals, prlae. $1.03per large bottle; H SHagaa..... ....;___.__..._ nw* of nex" __;..; 40 84 'f XX ? c. '.. -
'i ire eagerly in Hebrew, and The baby' was evidently sick and the $5.00 fop t cix botUei. Emma S Hall.. .::? ..;,.___.._.? errs of st-U and Ctrl(: of neJ..... 60 34 7 *2 9 88
talking father a North Carolina mountaineer, troml* their general appearance and his V A and R Sullivan.._____.:.;... nr4of 111'S ...??......?....?....._.. 4(} 35 7I: '
:ehitchingtbe: little bags! they hide in'tb, tory, would not be expected to care for For pal< by drngHeu"; If not wad to Aswell Sullivan eetate...._...__._ nwl( of net's .'.d srV J: of nw% 80! 35 1 S2.:. 'J III
sleeve of their yellow eastern gowns a paced up and down the car'trying to and,medi {a* will be Pent, freight prepaid ..;."' .......... .......... ... nw3i of M:H lese l 10 acres on a ...4.
; t'the childjJEy.firj-Udy on the I anything of a refining: nature, yet they on (of! .price-_AdirwstfA"tl I" ;;<*' .". .*& '- .....e...._.;::;..;....____._ :... 8C) ae .T n ,t f'TJ..-
\ V 1YVJ
\__ .., _,bricht en t. skinny woman sfLtbe.peohiebgxesjter qui car. ('J'IY.tor andt'-caresa121etrSltUapets. &LSJ tf?.. Atfaata.'Qat Uunknown ....._- .-.....__.... De.l& of._.;._..__ ...___ JQI 9 8 3* .t 91*
--- -- aC3 liter s ears for havQFjf --.be ,rTuan who gel ctetfeo train ." : .. .....__...__..._.__.___?DW4! of..__.__.__.__ 1&0 9 8 22 sirIS
-i tolled; of the rich men's at GoldsbbroTvas interested.. Considera. 1 I x .. .._.___._;:..;:__ .....__._ III'It of..._..__..;__......__,.. lW t 8 Z2 191I'
: one parasites, in I < More than three-quarters of the cells \ ;.;..;...;:--::. awl( (\f__ ._.;;:":" _...__:'._. 160 9 8 ft
ah4the\ girl, already crying, still looks ble' speculation was indulged, as to .If. ...... ...._.._.._... ... ..neVof.._... ......_......__.._.._ 171 11 812
it.ftertht> .fashion ble for'nothing the father and child, the ''consensus ofl in the prison contain one or more canaries .....__.........__...._......?, n"'H of ......_...._...____ lac 11 822
'gOOd and they are"also found in various In ."' .....____._..._' swjgi of..._....._..._._.._.....'- 1110 n 8 a a .1
tinder her mother's upraised arm. Opinion) being that be had lost lost his ] the institution. During Right SightS .. ...?............_..._.._...__.sex\ of.._..__...__..... .__ 101> 11 8 22 SSI .
:All about stretches the vast wife and was taking the baby to its I ehops throughout ...i_._....._..._.._......_.. nO'\\( of nwx.' __..__........_._ 4 12 8 22 t 47 f
humming After two or three hours' I the day the cages' are hung outside r Savsi? SisownWsirpend Ella Lambdin: ....__..._......._....._. lot ......_...... n? _..._..__....?_.. 4 6 12 I tt. 188S80. s
city of lyw built houses covering the grandparents. the cells to the birds and Ella L&mbdiQ._..._....._. _...::._.,;._ short, steep hills and filling all the hole the woman who boarded the train at the I give light you: cur General Cata- ." Melrose Bay........_.._......-9 :s 9 22
time the 'did to'him j air, but as soon as the convict returns and Buyers Qu? if
tows between; 'the eeetbing Snbura lies came man spoke logue : e, you

prtheastward; the ,yellow river is beand -' and he then passed on, fondling' the. .' I from work at night the cage is taken in- Bind us 15 cents i. stan-.ps.: :. That J_ C_ BYRD,

'the few buildings' to the west.! baby. eido.The pays part posts?o or esprcsEarje; and Tax Collector Bradford County Florida.
practice has been carried on iq keeps: off liters. ,
"A benevolent looking old lady seat-
Sonlhward rise the enchanted villas"of ;
I It's a Dlcticnary: cf Honsst Values :
the prison for and the official ;
years
ed the to know
the Caesars; "due east is the EsquiJine of near woman, curiou .
Full of important information no :
instead of detrimentaleffect
that
,
about said say any NO.TIOEL
r -J evil fame'tedeemed and planted with something the matter; : matter wh rL you fcvy.: boo Pages, '
bees:r and beautified by Maecenas but 'The child seems to be sick.' being noticeable, the little song Z2ooo*illustrations: tells of .
; 40,000
? : sters have proved benefit, as they not To Tax
bennted'even. today, say modern Bo- V'Yes'm.' a' articles and right price of each. One the Payers of Bradford County and Elsewhere:

{nans, by'the grim gh stB of murderers know'I saw him you?'speak to the father.. Do .only give, the but cells they a also more wield homelike a decided appearance -: profit Get it.only. !- fcewc-n. :: naker and user. In the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH of May tbe lit wiU appear the

and : thieves who there died you
eats of'quivering torture. All around bloody, 'Orter; he's my busban:".. influence in the way of humanizing the MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., delinquent tax list for 1895. and..I therefore request each tax payer to .

,. sinks and the'cool shadow '.Do 'you mean' to say that you are most reckless and hardened criminal. szi-l16 Michigan AY:.,' ChicagoPLANTINGI c read over the advertisement and should they find any property

,," ai.stiD hot light on the",white pave-' s that ffer.'th child's, t way mother?' and let the baby. birds Besides for'the being sake.permitted x f chair company'to keep and the :adveuise! on which the taxes have been paid for'the year 1895, please

-ways| more ever increasing.crowds men than women-move of men 'He's jess as able to tote it as I be. influence, the convicts are also allowedto n.uify me at ones. and, present the, tax receipt and I will stop salt of same.""

He's much kin to it I be and raise them to sell, and many a dollar (!J. BYRD
GTwkrd i baljf unconsciously; and out of. jess as as :at my, expense! J. '
is credited to the accounts of the prisoners
: inborn habit. to the. Forum, the center the woman turned unconcernedly the i Tax Collector,
from this Of the
I source. course con-
the .the world window; while the man continued to '
of middle'of the
'empire, well begun Is half dona. Begin .
vict handles none of the money realized ... a.g
walk and dandle the child. .
tbe boiling point' of the whole. earth's Washing well by getting Ferry's Seeds. | :
"
riches ton Star. from the sale of' the birds until he i is Doa't let chance determine I Ii
and life.
and
strength discharged but ins placed to his credit your crop, but plant Ferry't
'Tbea, as i! the traveler muses out hit Seeds. Known and sold
Some Eugene Field. BtUqoX. in the prison bank.-Chicago News.
.
everywhere.
.. .. ,
short the vision growsConfnded
breathing: space; I. '
Before ,
It lops only; a year or two ago when. yon plant get Sai.lors.Sailors
end Rome's huge ghosts gostalkiigndingclaiigingraving Field played his last joke on George I Tra el_ of Sites Mary Green., Ferry's Seed Annual

1 ; through Gaston, the big hearted Italian, who is "Miss Mary Green" is a rubber doll for 1898. Contains more praol'tloal .
the,surging dream throng-Caesar, Bru- still in Kansas Ciiyaad will sit'8I1d I who appeared one day late last fall in Information for farmers]
and gardeners than many high-/
(us, Prmiey Catiline, Cioero, Caligula,
read ]field' 'poems for. hours; Every the postoffice of Winchester; Mass. On priced text books. Mailed free. '
Z'iteliusHairian-and clOse'UPOD. them ft M. FEKBT CO., BITBOIT,UUL. "
her dress fastened of
was a slip
he eemed to think more of thesinger paper
year /
Gauls ntd'G.th3 and Huns, and all bare --
humorist When Field went to which read: "The climate of New England -
l Dartins, till the dream a kaleidoscope V !
dt learned ; San Francisco, he wrote Gaston, a letter,. is too severe for this child; please
achool dames that have sudAeuly
her to the Pacific coast for th winf
briefly telling him of the fact, as wellas pass! ; -
tak shadows. of gr at faces out the time and train which'would find I-." Some friendly clerk put a'stampon I I ;PHOFESSIOItAl., $7t0.

J of Rome's shadow storehouse, and him in Kansas City. Field would be her dress and sent her to Montana.! I... --'
: -
/ gorgeous'arms and streaming draperies, stopped over half an hour at that point. From there she went to California, then i 17, L.'STiW.1RTM.: D.,
t.-. and all at once the sightseer shivers aa e -
r But the'worth of the letter lay in its to British Columbia and from there to I
it' t the< :sun goes down, and passes his hand pictures. On 'one sheet"the: humorist Ottawa Each pcstoffice'clerk seems ta I P11Y3ICIAN AND SURGEON.

I. .Cv .bis.eyes and 'shakes himself, and drew a very bad picture of himself go have enjoyed her society as long as he' ,Office with Starie Drug Co., .

Koea; away rather hastily lest he should ing to the train in Chicago. .Over on pleased then parted stamp to her STARKE, FI.A.

; 6ake.the fever and turn,ghost. himself.!".. another sheet a train was drawing rap gown and'sent her onl I Lowest rices

. Japanese JoarnalUm. idly toward a station named Kansas :. At Denver she evidently attended a. T POWELL: D.,
.
: while in banquet of the mailing clerks and bad -
City the. was a
I: A ; foreground .
Japanese correspondent the Baltimore : OFFICE WITH STARKE: DRUG COlfP.urr.DlseBies .
Sun "Considering the fact very excellent likenesa"of Gaston himself come new traveling garments given her. I I
:
says ; trudging stationward with two Her,dress is said to be covered over with of Women and Children a Specialty. i
(hat J.ohziBJack founded Japanese journalism Thirty Years' Experience.
baskets on' 'each and both postage star pa fnjm various offices in'I|
.: 'I commendable one arm, !
. ta41872, progress"made. with the United States, and around her neck'are : STARKE, FL.
heavily freighfed bottles and cigar
0I has there
,
Four'years :
been ago
t\ boxes fasten took the hint and the tied several"poeIDs" written in'her -
t ere: 65 newspapers magazines and'journals ;i FIELDS, .. Ill To
J.
bottles and the cigar boxes and be were honor. She also wears newspaper badges -p.
of different kinds in- -- -
published ; :::
all there on time. So was Field.. Today from many.different) states, showing the BRICK
the : MASON & PLASTERER.:
empire. Newspapers books are .
F received
Gaston regards this letter as one of his honor with which she was at V
-
w yrritten in the written, language, which,; the various literary banquets which she' Agent for Camp Bro'. Brick. tins &: Cement. :
Post ,
proudest pOs onS-Washington ;
; is quite different in grammar and vb: S'l) ARKE V
; Attended. From Ottawa she brought : FLA.AUCTIONEEB L

V cabnlary from, e colloquial, language.1:: History. j' back a tag which proved to be a pass to .. .- -- --.

; The press laws w'13.p8I1 are Very rigor- the gallery of the house of "'' N
commons. W. MEACHflM
'f Mr. Figg:-What did you. learn at
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f reads as follows: *:When a news';: school today?. Pansy. hfiye just 371 c.e.lvd anew
FOR BRAD-
paper has printed: matter which is considered Tommy-Teacher told us how the I Origin of CbrUtmai Onitonu. ;

A :"'> prejudicial to public order or cruel Emperor Nero used to'amuse himself Many of onx'Christmas customs are a ''FOKD COUNTY,.

when be was.. ,boX by pulling the Druidicaf lot. wMcli) I aD. ptfer.
Subversive! of public morality the ntin"Jster mixture of. pagan observances. Starke, Florida. ; ..
of k slate for the interior, empowered legs off the flies. t t The use of the Christm .tree

to suspend its publication either Mr.: Figg=Pulled their, legs, did be? has descended from the German Druids. '
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What became of him? Did he become LANDGoTrnraeut 1.UREYIG. from 85'to 5Q (; eutslQ.w
\otallj. or. temporarily. During the. a,I Dressing the houses and churches with, .. ing: [

'. month following the proclamation of the promoter indianapolisJournaL! I green is.; a, relic '.If pagan worship: in

constitution the brethren of the pres' t Rome; so also is_the sending.of.presents) ?. Field ;Notes.T. 41 C
6iie of Head tnanin
r ci r'easedtthemseltea rather freely andnewspapera to and fro la.; Locating, Lands.. ;r. :p.yw'hQr
Thackeray an enormous head anda
; were suspended at the rate -
Cif two yeek.." notably' heavy brain, but some one i.. Truth*. Drainage and Irriscati systems planned.

,. discovered an idiot who died about the of all others the most awful;. a.trumenUA.'UJ'ate Landscape Garde ing.. work.Draughting.. Good" in S ar: a. a

Barred. same time' and left a heavier brain. Of and interesting are too often conaid red:1 H. E. LA-GERORD. .

'Baron Alderson once released from noted or notorious persons Mr. Gladstone ) as so true that they lose all thepowe; of:t Starke. f1a.I .

tile: duties a juror who stated taathe' and >Ar'd Saliibnry..take large truth.and..lie bedridden:.the dor \orj. B It WlfllYSIL V

was deaf ia one ear.' "You may: leaver bate; and Sir William Haroouit: aijd'Mr. of the soul, side by.side with the mostd&pised .I --E :qQ1JOe' ,

r the box,*" said his lordship,* "since it iaecessary .'I Chamberlain very small-.j, "pBei. # :;''Nand otcl .. and. exploded.. r [ error*.p *.w,., Cola-v *
should hear both side V Queries ndge WORK\b IaT
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