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Title: The Weekly Florida telegraph
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Place of Publication: Starke Bradford Co. Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1883
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General Note: Editor: Wm. W. Moore, <1883>.
General Note: Publisher: S.D. Moore, <1886>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 32 (Mar. 3, 1883).
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1879)
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-' L \1i'i' n.. y .r.h._ ishbwn. By suffering positive priva- "Eugene I Air you going to marry meet Mr. Brackett in my ,SELECT SIFTIMJS.A An Egyptian! Fnncral. Manitoba.' -

k ija-winter'time of/istorm and slinging tion she had contrived. to put. away him?" noon to-morrow?" I .1 The from the Nineteenth Oh, neighbor',n rouse t Quick! _

tok!, five hundred dollars blood"money "Yes; that" is n-no. Oh, Miss Certainly," .' n nine-year-ol.l boy- at Searcy, following, c)nveys an accurate idea of My leuh is Ig1ol r, ',

While scanty days, are dim with arctic every penny of it, wrung' from anatural Parminter! -ad Jane looked almost minter; ".I ain't I Ark., ha a heavy mustache and whis the Century observance of obseqie. .in the My her empty,faint and sick, *

glooms, young heart that renounced pretty and girlish a she kneeled dow to see Mr.Eugene kers.The oriental city of Alexandria: John caine dragging home at morn

And people peek their joy in cdzy rooms eveiylittle dearly prized luxury before and hid ,her face against the angular anywheres. recent Arctic exnrriened of tic One of the first thing that attracted Two frozen limbs, and oh! and !I -

Still has B brilliant pleasure to unfold tho dread of coming sickness or want. b .t 1 sympathetic shoulder" oh,I think The next day, propty Jeannette explorer ha proved thatthe our attention in one of the quiet side My boy left buried in the snoi r '._ .
Tor. now that famous friend of yoong and Brackett bent low over her slight -.dothink_ som thing'5 coming of it. entered Jane's room, most comfortable foot-wt-ir in streets was
a
'old'I stooping form, saw the grateful tears le't been here three times, and he's bein' Wentne's day, winter consists of a cotton and woolen I I followed a lugubrious procession of Nay,blame not John. Te day was wild .

Whose genial Inspiration cover fails on her cheeks, pressed for an instant aske me to" call him Eugene, ,and he I brisk busine Some seek worn together. blue-robed by great company Wit driving snow drowned his face ";

To vocalize the world with merry tales the thin'fijngers, pricked and hardened cls me little Jeannette in a gentle buyin' till the last in the 'I I women uttering a cry which" The hddsa sleigh now holds my child, '
Carthage days ,6f its describe
S Comes in cur midst Lin car.liva11o by the x4lle then power ca only as "clucking, itwas stands '
hold. softly frozen the
whIspered, : that's just Te bolo .
way -just lovely. now, what do you want covered a district twenty-three miles so exactly the note of pac.
And with St. Valentine to us on, :1'll see't'Pti again soon. Goo J And : joyous Gorse, quick t
nrge
-night, Humph how abut Josiah? The answer was a rap in circuit, and contained a million in- hen reihbr. B 5 aow.My .
We blip(he letter folks at work from morn little Jea fIette." I "I'm '" to and in Mr. ;; announcing a newly-laid egg. The bdy lies baried the SSOTT. .',
began i
sorry
-and cry came habitants. It drew
Till n'gLl: tribute from 300 i. similarity was so extraordinary that .
t a* picture presents com and go; Passing out, he jostled in the doorway : softly" but think of him heed Jane's -
no to
Sometiinej very sorry; Libyan and was at one time the we went close up to them to The snow'is frozen follow { .'
cie ; cae
e jaaujhf. but rudest against a ,form that seemed I beside Eugene I" I mae ;
great turned, with a richest
the sure'
r fun world. that it reaUr not
was some this of
ra3S1DZ' little inclined to make for him I do/and he's Miss ) cty I Lk< leam sea so !
And way a heap sIght more rectly to of .
eonieiimes Valentine is won There is still extant in the post procession poultry, when we per- across frozen sea .
A rich possession- sweet a? earth can show. and as Eugene walked down the street i manly-looking.' .I: have to ask'you for department Washington a small I I f ceived that.it was funeral, the un- The mound where he lying low. '

\ ; AdJison F., Browne. the form came' int!.tbe shop l and :Miss "He calls me'Jane,' and sent me a the five hundre dollars folio-ledger of
\up -. -,'I, -..- Parminter greeted it with", Hello.. stuf dress at Christmas' ; Eugene calls by. lIS Iier some two quires of paper, Frank- r ad on.a bier.beJnjj carried Were bit of yonder bluest skies. .4-
Josiah real pon.whch .
glad to see yer. me.. Jeannette, and see"shcpulled have. to, aafc. itl! "lin. when ostm all head-foremo&t. ; by a :long f -4 : *.> .:,
kept andprec-ded
a'Thmiie: DODO it." Josiah Jackson:, plumbers owned up l her sleeve; and showe have you'tq do with her his accounts for two genera. i string of men with disheveled beards, tcadmyboyabestlhad4 ,

those heavy shoulders, and owned the secretly worn* a small brace "I take an interest id. The last trftd for witchcraft) in I I who were chanting a solemn dirge. The sleigh sped ringing toward the ,
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Belgium j m
spare,. square, low-browed face that let-"hf sent me this." she be t lyboymypoorlostfarmeradtOhthatIhadyoawjthmestflut
propose These almost
., -1 hadn't ncver oughter been a lone i looked out above them. It was a ." snapped Miss Parminter, appeal to shal c took place in 1815, and in 113rj :, blind of without both exception, were '. '.
i fact for
I Yc. felngs. the of Bela one eyes-a .
people Dantzie I
woman; I: w rn't cut out-for one," remarked workman's face and it was. a workman's worth about five dollars. You say! near i j i which could o account I wo14JSTe these .i.y "..
old I Iproved i only by imagining moW .
an woman to Icath.because she we .
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Miss Parminter, who kept a form. Plumber was wrilteu That dress was all pure wool, and cost Parminter, with her own I': they might l bo the Muezzins I To knit twoWien h had V
: little stationery shop, to Jane Miller all oyer him, from his dusty matted every cent of twenty." scathing sarcasm-"-you I hersel a.sorceress by- twice! !
hired blind
mcurnew,
men being '
the dressmaker who rented the second i I hair to his. stained hands and "flattened 0"I ain't cost so much," said Jane, Well,'Mr. Eugene Bracket rising ( they) plunged her. into the.- always a preferred to fill that sacred Bat neighbors,neighbors, hare! Behold .;

floor back. It was February 1, the yminbs that showed Josiah's4 twisting the bracelet about her arm; won't be Jj sea I,i office, i inasmuch as.their morning and This mound of snow,this broken place!
reture.
valsujincs had just come In, and it being : days off" were very few. He was "it's-it's" nothing to i; At Bresl u, the capital of Siberia; :. evening ascents of the minarets to call' A sweet face in a sheen of gold I

evening.Jane had time to step skilled in his trade.and often called in "It's bosh !" Miss P'arininter I even a witness -to the churches are exceedingly interesting I the faithful to worship would give too Two blue eyes hugh in my face! ,.
downstairs as an in difficult fnishe from sculptures in alto relievo' Sly boy,my boy, safe, and well,
and help in sorting them expert jobs. Even the phrase for her. "Oh, Now, then? I good occasion, for prying into their loud '
according to" price and according to now he was returning from some know. All women crave bosh." The Jane burst into tears 'which ornament their walls, and are r neighbor's domestic life in the Break lie some chicken from hia shell I
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sentiment."Walentines. work of this sort."You're .' the fine specimens of art. One at the court Jitter.HUMOR _
old
judicious person quiety rose How can you be ,so yard or on the roof. -Ol
always takes a holt of ]ate',- Josiah," said Miss and went to her own room, she can you?" Kathbaus represents Satan wheeling The women are fat also hired to howl -- .- .

me, Miss JL'arminter went on. Parminter. sati for a'long time fingering the curls *Mr. Brackett made "grandmother a barrow. I. and make lamentation, and throw dust OF THE DAT*

"]'ar I dear now, Jane, where ever "Yes," he answered, in rather a and thinking. small and his action "very Two pieces of marble, hewn into the I on their At the funeral of a '--
head
'" thehi ten-cent ones? Put 'e 1 surly' way.4 I've been puttin' in-ex- In the morning she came to Jane in "I shall have shape and size of the human head, '| rich sixty to a hundred of An international air-The wind. : :
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.- ----n a J jtffeTonBt-lrf tv Now them five- I try time.n one of Brackett's house. great distress and confusion, and excaime, for swindling.! were.recently found in a gold mine in :; thee hired mourners arc present, Always bent on shooting-A bow. '
Jnt t lace papers. So. Why, there's By the way what's his son doin' Cherokee county, Ga.. while the workmen } waling
fcCT begged her to take care of the shop, she to the door. She wa. j, ,and beating their breasts.
hOmebody comin in. Sure's I live here?" being obliged.to go out on business hi we're sinking r shaf.rIhe heads !I cases of real grief i it is customary for Hatters are the :people oftencst.-

; -', jr WsNow, Jane, them lace papers "Nothin'much. Fust off thought Miss Parminter was gone day Softly, If r. Eugene.. were beneath six clay, ad the j[ women'" f whatever rank to sit unveiled .aught napping. '

3 is all muddled up."Sure's I live it's Mr. it was some message from the old man long. She carried her spare al and .I've got a letter here work was skillfully executed. i in the dust. The dead is laid in "Tales for the Mane" are now"

I JJugcne Brackett! about collectin'irent, but turned out her bright bonnet and those "wisps ot i to you. .1 spent .u At the ParisianPalais_
"The bustling old maid hurried to the 'twarn't so." f curl in and out of a great many town a-findin' out how is a landscape ex cutEt in European j Mecca, .and the ,up Barber-"How will you have your '
Eurh"or.ottr
I front of the shop .and gave a friendly .. I guess not," said Josiah, contemptuously oSice*, and on.coming home at news that's into it. : and foreign foreground i j prayers for the forgiveness peace hair cut, sir?' 'Thn'iw .UairlHnsilence. !
"
:f greeting to the landlord's son, Mr.Brackett ,and loud enough for Jane I night walked straight through the I she opened a letter that is compose of 45,000 caleoplera, the ; Ox the departed. The lament and -Boston Transcript. .

$ a very good-looking young to hear. The old man wouldn't trust I shop and sat down, very sad and 'dejected from herpocket-"come, emander the picture being formed t waiiing are renewed every Thursday He that is in trade is wise all his

I man. His skin was clear, his eyes him with money. I've heard the two I ,by the stove in the back. She i witlnne, and over 4,0 varieties of the insect and Friday following unti forty daj s goods to advertise, for that is the reason -

I\ .were dark his hair was black and uarrelia' more than once.The fatheralways looked most unhappy, and buried her I friendly and pleasant..we'l perue tribe, supply every tone requisite -I are tulfilled, the being strewn why halt the people como and buy.

--- : curly, his eyebrows wero cleanly says: You're a big rascal Eugene !i face in her hands. Jane hurried the 1 read aloud: There is for the landscape. The completion -! with green leaves and alms given to Nantucket has a girl pilot only seventeen

marked, his noise straight, and every I I and yousha'n't touch a dollar of j closing up.to find out the cause of so Vada.known as the of the work occupied the artist I the poor. At the funerals of thewealthy years old.-Boston er.

hair of. his mustache twisted in a I mine. You're got your villainous much saes When they -were at so-called. prospectus i i.s a four years. I raw.. meat i often given to And we'l wager that he is familiar

proper twirl.right or left. Is% it any broker's office, so play :your tricks outside lat poor old woman moaned is the man, The arch treasures of Paris I the needy with every buoy on the sound.--lirecknri3ge -

.. FffCrler.that. a'.little dressmaker, who of my business.. He's a cheating and rpcked to and fro, exclaiming : who, presuming call 01 his will shortly includes ,collection of old The Egyptians"believed: the soul to {. 1;#W.?.

.. .ii.4t. seen the world only from the scamp, that fellow." I Such trouble,. ane I such trouble I I name, has been in boots. I.t: promises to be the rnotcomplete be not.only immortal, but a portion of I I An editor wrote headline, .A Horrible -
> windows
rickety of the second floor Jane rose quickly and came forward. shall be ruine." Jane manifested af schemes for jpbtaining history* the divine essence that after death and Blunder to
back over a railway
should in 'a nean city neighborhood, Two bright spots of color burned on but she only cried signed by two leading I maker's art that leothe'r.ofhe. boot i, judgment, was, if found unsullied by but thought go it was the
/ find her ideal in such coloringand her cheeks. Her I out I've vt i I habitation of the flesh united Il-ident. print _
such pale eyes were .flash : "Go away. got no friends. Now, young man, seen. To the sp"r.iu\ens :already acquired ,again ers fault that it got over thfi
Jane liller's curves heart? Not was"at filled,aU,with and .I ing. and. she said, facing Josiah indignantly There's noboy.to help a lone woman j I tongue of yours got to say b).,the museum 7>HYe just been !I.to the Deity, of which it was an cmi of :wedding.!( .

.1Ir.llrackett's a 'gentleman.Josian I j Eugene silent added two famous private Collections. i I anaticn; hence they worshiped their .
)love sto matters in this
and reverence as Mr. Bracket As are going country -
leaned his Jackson, and that's more than ]! Jane,quite distracted at the sight of i for a ; Then namely, those of M. J.icqxV>mart and i I dead with divine lionors, that is, they think of obtaining
on walking-stick in just now, we seriously
that made him look a pose I IJ you are. 1 her sorrow, protested: Why, I'd' do him, threw her. arms t th$ Bar'on Schuter, together with a I! made oblations to them similar to pensions for the chairs of
.somewhat askew, :, "Jane," the'plumber answered, his anything for.you..-anything." and cried out, "], don't number of boots onco worn ')Yenei i the ordinary oblations in honor bf our
J but that was to Jane so bewilderingly\I I voice shaking with ,and with I don't.believe ; courtiers, jlhj gods; "and they hailed them otict a-s many of them have lost all leg
anger yet dear need ftan
My money-a great | pl chase for the i 1
..'call.graceful that Miss" Parminter, had to]j Jan i appeal in .,it-Jane, I .bn't"pre- oney.. ,Irjw.nnt' it for a few With so Itrpr: }.cch government IaI.r '. i!' with the hallowed name of Osiris. In i l i!the :ervil'-Lowtl Citizen.A 1 }

f t.sha.rpW. .Now,yoj'atf a-mud-,i I terid.toJjQfxTm only4an\Xhowst man"TiLj'iiiMjja.i .. ,dea.f: dt _i' hye threw her'. rl c ... f p. Over a hapdred yeara"wit the inn o'f addition to such public rites, private I IcMnmcoratons L .new cub in X. '.OI &- iIjfl&Vi
j jGtWfl 77"iuV .tIm, *** I > .
ro *" n o -A ( ''T" ., were constantly made .
".'.'. <\; n 'C d t I ," ay.!' t4u&>b#' -* : C l?" Mk n : Plter:. ; :r .---)-. ', fot.l', : ail. h -

.4 What's new n'v,.,' .aes t." .asked That's morertk- hav6 "At leasi five-hundred dollars.. ',,, .:CFu 1 t.workVjfink; -. dinner., -Norrtstoion hera! _
you any n **** WAVJTJI W n'e.to1 :
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the young gentleman fr/eutly, lounging -, right to say," the girl retorted. I 1 1I Ob, take. my mouey, dear, take 1 leave me? 'W' L Various facOIi.e nhriaurcli t tile t They consisted ?peddler may understand euhreit whwt.
and after : Don't can "Oh, you littld-fool, )' I and a h'Llf2nd ,'lhiI} S lij I for handling tb. a ;
toward Jane, touching I "Haven't I no right, exclaimed; j mine. go on so. Eugene | and of offerings, including flowers alt Ant
D ,do not think him a gambler
his hat, settling it perilously aslant | J o iah. to warn you for your own | wait a few days for the investment. f "But" 'ou'l co /hack? curved downward until mjt his chin, \,i fruit. In the interval between embalmment ;, cane '. ;be..

over his left oar."Nothin I go.id when I see things is wrong?" | Take mine." i "No, the which ran out straight: WII*n guests : and burial l, social feasts Ho i found at all times with I pack. .
much she answeredwith and with an oath went gave him a piec of money tye received '; in hon of the Statesman. _
I "You've got nothin' to do with! me !; o )'onl"! sobbed out Miss Parm- were likewise held, r
n poor attempt at being unembarrassed. !,: at all," answered Jane; and like a Be-- ? youl! i will. I will be, stairs and out of the it on his chin, and held itfast therewith dead, at which the1guests, relativesand At a restaurant. Diner Here, _

Miss Parminter, following him I I little with a weak voice, '! safe, and I promise faithfully :. Jane shrieked wildly. his nose till he pflt it in his friends of the deceased were waiter, I ay, confound it, this game
suggested: shabby queen perfectly You've saved from minter caught her a she money box. He had &,' habit of rub-1 i decked with flowers. id too much so I" ,ratE'r. blandly
closely .I much out of keeping with the might ; to give back. me .
{I
.,We thought might have I j and carried her to Ling the tip of bisfnose'with l his chin, j !. "'liC pardon sir, mistaken,
you of her scorn, she walked to the stairway a lifetime of misery. e ( '
I Ij' I friend left c"I to if he let his beard { other fish atthVnext .
in with some message from and the j judicious and used say The Wearing of Carpels.i SIt's the gentleman's
dropped at the'back and passed up to her i The two friends embraced, j
your father, about rent or suthin' I own room. I j, very next day the trusting dressmaker i By evening she paid her grow it would bury his nose. i!; Karman, as every one know, is falWtls ? table, sir.Quiz.lnexperieneetl .

knows and Jane is and remarked, cheerful for its manufacture of carpets. shootist Dear me I II
though dear me i! sfter her; then pushing )- >! brought five crisp hundied-dollar bills j jher I ) i -
paid up square?' i' j Josiah'looht hat with one rough --- whole fortune-from the Raving I "My dear, you see How Literary Men Arc Paid. i I went to see a factory reported to be mad, pure I'd killed at least one of

"Oh, no," he drawled out; "I just ; hand that: trembled strangely, heI bank' and laid them in Miss worth your tears. He Dickens left 400,000 personalty and the largest in the city, though employing those binKyet see, yonder, away they
j !
called in n friendly wav." I turned to Miss Parminter, who was ter's claw-like hand, which closed on that hird-earne: money. a real estate valued at *10,0. Lord less than thirty hand: The for." Kc'elcr-u: 1 doan't think they,

"Did you? Heally'j 1 If we.d 'a I very busy with the wispy curls, and' them sharply. Then there were more' I j" care" you. Lytton's personalty was swor under ; wretchtd weavers eat in two low be sore, zur, for they doan't look as if

known that we'd a been dressed up I I said: embracing and tears, after which Jane I know. it, 400,000, but he was a man of private n for 't'ou" ehe answered, with thatdistriLut' i ., j j know it. i i atmosphere. Mot of were paly- .
) I Look he 0fr-I'vebeen courtin Jane went to her work, while the shrewd fortune. His_ works, however, undoubtedly j thc'1
I
on of emphasis entirely her for more'n a\year. She's give me a old maid snapped the money into a safe i i Well, as you're that in one way or another netted |I I I00,0o0 faced, weakly children of Un or twelve MVhat idiot has carried off my

own, and capably of conveying the I kind of a haft promise more'n -once" ,: leather pocketbook and)mattered:! I! we'l out talk and about $ of which his plays probably ;1 j jtook )'ear who hardly lookl11 up as 1 tntcred pen?" exclaimed an Austin lawyer

most subtle shades of sarcasmor sus- I and now-now, within six weeks, !: Little fool! I'll fix her." j i and a large share. No English writer I|( but remained bent over tit I angrily, during the trial of a case in

\ suspicion independently of the normal since that Brackett's been !loalin I I. The night after that,,when EugeeI ; .pocketbook bills said : has.as yet appronchcd Sot who for j j;I work, picking up the threads tho district court. "Colonel, you*
quietly
\meaning of her words. round, she treats me tfiat way. 'Tain't I 1.I called, Miss Parminter listened on the I There it is several years netted $35,000 to 1: their nails, which are kept long and have got it behind your ear," remarkedone

V 'Oh, I don't care for dress. saidMr. i I1; right Miss Parminter, 'tain't right." i i stairs The visit ,)'a short, and as he J I it hundred.to $45O00 a 'year. For Woodstock" |j notched for the purpose. The patl'z of the lawyers. "Just where I
Eugene, watching: Jane's homely ; face "' Well Jeannette, me. i are written out in pamphlets it ." Texas Stfttngs.
[ i His smudged and toi-wor quiv- went out he said : alone he got the same amount thought wa .
!1" $40,0
little face, framed in its pale hair, and but I \ "What I fully committed to memory, ami l the
I cred and grew paIr.t I "ou'vedone an imprudent thing, I Oh, I paid to Gfor Elot for "Middle- .You say your wife gets mad and
W>t looking at all pretty even with.ller ",Well," answered the spinster, : suppose the oh cat'will give it bnck. I thief, and yes.I just got a march." The highest pi iE paid to Lord !1 children are taught n'rymmg, the raises a row?" .I should say she did.
Tefulent -moU'n. Dress is nothing, I ; better. Their memories:
I t making new tangles of the curls, .you I'll come again I a WleL. I' kept it safe. Lyton for any)'of his earlier novels was younger the :She! makes enough fuss to run a freigh

\ tl' QDiiC.Ixre'lie! : washed'pointedly and turned surveyed and I see, .loml), Mr. Uru kett's smooth I. You suppose the old cat wIl giveitback 'lon't money cry ant; nothin'. $ ,OOO, but probably after -My; Novel"he are quicker than those could I.f grown-r.p- train forty miles a hour." i
the
girl's folks. So far I understand
pour handsome moreover, i do ? so as
;' spoken ami a1I you ripeatet ) -.0." The got much more. Succeslul novel you knew she was in the habit of get
much made over" brown merino beyond girls; i is glrl They a little-well,, pleasantly designated, as she cosedi sfeobed: and'said to J writing pays better than history, unless i the patterns they :CCUt't to be writttii directions ting mad, why did you marry
neatness. what 1 call poetry way. and soft i i the shopdoor.just out of Mr. Eugene'searshot. some' sentiment I the history becomes a text-book; I in much the fame style a those: Because if I had held back she would
Jane flushed and hid her face in u fgot crochet whichne
like "lcbes'; ami (ills likes it to be* j about believe I then it is very valuable. Thus great for kmttlJ have got madder than ever."

large box valentine, that, a proph-! r always w: cntnltinH so to speak.1 i A_ .week ,later. ,Eugene. came. again, ': heart's yer but' back i I sums have been,marie out of such L.un-'1 < (fnds a lad : table If a man desires to express himself _
rtsente a man in thread
coy, r. young ; j jllf. knit two, part one, over,
valentine-time, the ueutor, iroiu convenient ,
But'tain't and
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always guilty lIU. sp'iled i a? little i iA logically, he must not allow himself tcIInritl _
j foolery yours pretentious publications "
full swallow-tail regimentals leading n a There was .
;: soft talkoa't keep the pot j jab'iliuV stairway, heard Jane sob and shan't because and "Mr Markham's Hisi i knit two together., iii-corm- was the case with
veiled paragon of loveliness toward a said the the ; "Oh Eugene, I couldn't help yours also a outh in ra.ln one ( a
of archi- '! ; prachcal.Jos.ah say, it to you." I lories of England the first being the I employed Acarpet an Austin man, who wa.i very much
most hymeneal-looking piece half their in' indeed 1 couldn't she's been a'' I of the pattern
coarseness
words losing ; historic pabulum of infantile England a1011 callers, and who
:annoyed by frequent
when the I Igrief
lecture : That night, ten wide
the dignity of his suppressed and kind friend, and she was in such nou- \ and the second that of young ladies'schols about flt by exclaimed "There is no
:Miss Parminter began: to busy herself ; i had in Karman for forty finally : minute
genuine suffering, i ble Only wait; I'm sure she will plse I and schoolrooms. Lord Ma"- can be purchased have
in in the day that I can a quiet
: presiding certain lengths of cot- i pretty box, I ilG to 20. Some
1 tomas
but to ,
Ah, Miss l'arminter replieJ, give it back soon. I received at one stroke a check !i fifty say 8.
aulay half hour to
ton cloth to preserve the htwk from ,I the sensiblest of women has got a''Ilongin' "Old n!" exclaimed the young i i hand writng. She : for from the for ', carpets take a year to make, and a decently lyselSitn

dust; and now and then she nervously after nonsense. We like being I man; gif( ( fiercely: "Look here I ing, a little w I his $0,0 and his Longas( tojleft good carptt will not be fini iedin The Iowa Fll Sntn sys: "Thereis
the of hair cultivate -! ; out a lovely scroll f al i not a single woman the platformof
fingered wisps gray I ing Irss than three months. Thus,
ipade much of in some way out o the || you get that money back at once, do I l about $ ) has vrola1ily1benefited ] ,
; iJ\ the side of her face, and called ; fresh-cut (flowers-the I -0,0) there several hundred factories female suffrage who has a happy
y 'common. We like playin' we're queens j j you hear? Get it back! and he went Ii by since: though are \ .
co
habit had I silleralJ alt of husband and children-notone.
This
I she
curls. was a est valentine family
the out-
"by courtesy ':'Tainlt no harm, but some- out roisily slamming the door. in and about Karman,
angels. of
or I Ii but this is quite an exceptional case I ", When
she had when disturbed in mind. i i. comforted her hot, of is in alarming. Well, WH should: fay not.
Par- iiovas'
times it costs us |lear. Why, ,Toiah,1 Jane rushed down to :Miss remunerative history outside of textbook turn ( _
'nrl.ts
herself at intervals of I a the editor of the Sentinel can explainhow
Then she muttcrcd'to friend j i upon the roses The (' vrs prefer Manchester -
just for a few nice words and a way j minter, and "re Oh, dear Le I I history. In France the positionof :
"AHiat is he tol wonder after a gentle other "single women" have happy
up out of of handsome do Eugene is somgC. help, rugs, hideous things bearing
of looking a pair I give me my money author is much more favorable! by '
c %and by dint of keeping: one eye and one eyes, I thrcwed over a fellow as good j : because I shall lose the chance I poor disarde lover.It all accounts, than else, and the portraiture oLa eamtl o a lon, families of "husband and chidre

ear on the youug people. just as a< you, for a chap.that jie mo after !i, my fortune! Do give i easy see the Victor Hugo, Alphonse anywhere Daudtt and bay of NapLr, Ic;..?.ng tower of ?:a people will be ready to and its' t hi
Eugene rose to go, vhe heard him say: ; UL And here I'm a and i: back." II | day Jane announced, rich and the like.-"6'tr Mouths lit Persia" views on woman suffrage mea
woma i several others are really men.-
The 'Paramount' will return in "Josiah and I are going ; horrors.-llurlingtofl
hada't never oughter been. She cried I j The old maid sadly shook her head, Timcs.- urelt Iawkt
York
twelve months at least twenty times .' quite ) for a moment, then I i shed tears copiously, sobbed aloud, I II J'I Ij and in spite of all- New .\ Sword's Story. Next to the Arabian, come

F the vestment." said : hysterically and declared she'd have hysterics i iI I ti that happened last The tearing down of j m'.n, antiquateuj down to us through the lines of clumsy
for Cold Feet.
"Is it->it a silver mine? asked I( true" A Cure at bt. brought the Arkansaw man entertains
and i i She couldn't return the money yet. !i| j i house Augustine, Fla verse,
Jane. Go home Il manage your lovej j!ij She was in great trouble, an oh! oh! !i' "She does," Josiah I To cure cure cold feet the Philadel-1 j to light a rusty sword. To it is attached the highest regard for his horse. The
Go
., Yes, in Nevada; im-raense. j! making. ( and MissParminter i ij !lob! '!I firmed, and I believe : phia Record says: People who write j j I II a *tory. Eighty years ago, at I other night a gentleman ran in great
,
: ..Could-could nsjlfctle sis five hun-1!'j Josiah very closed meekly the obeyed shop and went | Jane drew a cup of tea for comfort. I Miss Parminter I or sew all day, or rather those who ;i a grand la'l! given by the Spanish ,, haste for a doctor, and, gaining audience -

- died dollarb' worthirtOught Jane f j Those red I Neither could swallow any; with and cried out : Josiah ; take but little exercise, may warm j j gentleman who lived in the house, two with the physican. said: "My(

,ventured very timidly. ,v i. up to Jane's rom. indig-little tears they Jane to s cry ; entine in jist at the I their cold .feet without going to the j I officers came to high words over theI wife i is mighty horse, too,
'Well" answered Eugene, with' nant spots stillmme on the I more parte a 1! little sentiment that is is to stand ,ul'. How much do
'. to the nightlong and to when a I fire. All necessary j I attentions paid! by them to a beautiful i is powerful bad' (
good-natured condescension, wo are abrupt Josiah I cheerfulness at once. ( for A valentine. ( 1 erect and very gradually lift one's self j i lady present. The icpaired to theI you charge a visit :" "Two dollars."
Itlo'ks-a hundred question, "Do you mean t give I done it !"-Har i the f the toes, so as to but three dollars
only buying large "You can't A few evenings after this, as Josiah, I up upon tips ( j street and fought a with swords. "Wall, i I: ain't got
thousand dollars at n time-for heavy \ up?she rtp18\, sharply had, I according1 his wont, was humbly i -, I put all the tendons of the foot at full J; One man fell <(t1 True other thn \ Reckon you'd better go and see the

capitalists; but." he added, in a low1! give up you never fond of about to catch some word of I I Precept and Istrn This is not to hop up or jump away his weapon and fled. A little IIrrse.-.1in.zu'! Tra wler. -:

-44igI.crtoue.. I'll! get you the five ;,; "But" Miss you were Parminter getting skulking comfort, his heart leaped up to meet a "Charles," said a down, but simply to rUe-the child who had l been a witneis to the .
r hundred doI3 r '--tn, and you shall \ him, persiltc\ slower the better-upon tiptoe and encounter the sword and return there
picked recent
1 Mr. Brackett'come see mUe on Miss fac. and a "you must not allow up According to a ,
make your t & t 'iisand or more, j, 'Io" you gesture that Parminters toward her. you into trouble to remain standing on the plict carried it into th-s 1,eSE It vas, bidtiin are 1,457 theatres in Europ Italy
mv little J. ; mtte, ith the best of j I' of the toes long possible that at lea t one evidence*of the .
"That's nobody's business." I She carried him behind the counter, you to do anything you a a ( heads the list with comes-
them. .hain't, in sofurasl'm fond.I and after a curt explanation, a learn to say'no.' gradually cing'to the natural }posi i i Woody, deed might be 'rneee France,with 337;Germany, 194Spa.;
dag- right
,. "110g\'<" "loo your'! exdaimeii.into his ; of you, Jan except.. and I'd like t dressniakt. i ; ( the
the : ? up well. Josiah remarked: 1 "Now go out, amount of work !!I l h.'tn forgotten the finding; of the 12: ; Russia ; Belgium ,
face with b -.rge gray t. 'ff. turnout parcel it's. toes are made to do in sustaining thebody's blade call it' anew to Uunpar 22 1,
I: don't the price, but blood-tineJ ; 2.S e
I'm grudge
All this plain l.ttlc woman's life was j "I:expect to turn out wel goingto I. some. frewo" weight a sufficient and lively j 3 Holanl1.
IP 10 ;
from just that won't no to "X ;
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tnLh.
In those wearjhone&t eyes. They i in,vest mymonEyan year b u\ i '-. circulation is set up. Even the half-i Denmark e 19,and l'orUg ce,
told of a poor, pinched childhood in 1 j now, you dear old friend-for you area Jane. : "Wht do you 9-y, frozen car-driver can carry this plan 1 j! I f orseshoea made of three tinea nesses '
old
the
cried 4
atisQed of early : dear old friend,and I do love you. "Now, intriguing I lof rawhide. compressed in a eah.
their un eagerness, an h is out. It is one rule of the Swedish I Imovement" green J
.; orphanage in their contUmcd sadness, ;, ucaine Jane, glad to find an ex l'ern.ndgantyou're a-givin' I "I don't- think ,; ( ; and, as motion- I steel mold, are"le to some extent in The discovery of what is true and

: of hard work In their luck of luster I tears-"I shall be worth opiion ." maagin'tbis I no" I warmth much better than England. They weigh about a quarteras I I the < of: what ia goo ? whack i frewam'
:I and the premature lines; out them. .i twenty thousand dollars, and "we'llgo curtn' atair Whack who suffer with much an iron shoe and are said practice
I' ing, persons cll a important
I I _Texas two objects leCrime
answer .
'Since her tenth year-and she wasI I i shopping. {shopping Think of it !1""LQokahert meekly, be at night can try this plan just befrerothringtOrest. t wear mQt
and went home,docile and subdued. I longr.
Itwenty-sixnow- Jane h.1decn bat']I June, what are you going I .
,
?" Presently Jane slippod and A convict in the Idaho- leal into one another. They
with poverty, sustained only by ; to do with your money wnstr Te strongest pntentary
'er ng inJustr ', thrift, and a romantic "Put it in die Paramount silver I and asked,with an attempt te sver of. Some of the heathen now worship la1 recently in'itt&L eitri who an capoMe of being forgers. are'1

onging after something more genial ] mine F"gr:"-i mean Uvif -ultt. 1 I tliftt consorted i with. heltir-stane Japan ? idols made in New England. I ab},articles:" capable of bing- '
*J.f : fa e: woud you of a.ub. kin1'l 'I
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AH The pr-niuim'. c'Ttrtd I'.y *Wof Ofl3crrs ccr! of JcX'oute pear treeJig trees etc.. (S;/ fLt ><-Ung! ottr jfoedf: ft nta fcr ca&ttogu Band 1Z1r L lnaey' .; wresst-e records. V 10 4 OG

the late St .'e Fair at' ..is.rkM ViHsj i .tc.fr un tajj.-t'y & Ciimli*'. at ArcherHe terms V K V > agent HIM AtcfreVV, ,4fc ui-nrtcxv 1 1R. j V I v-;*Ii. Lot Nft* .
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%wre promptly t..d& b4 titii: CTnsiIklk.i l !In grove on Lis pl&c al.cut three VV Mrs. Mary. .V e vf '

*0t atbiU4 c. V t jqiurterso) a mile from litre} o;> Lake Xajvanc V U. MiilssrufTfrt (h fj'jj pure for r. cents c. We irLltfli: records t 4Z\
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Dr. BWs! Tfeis lI 1 In-V254LfJIi11ury. wh n they ; oat J> .
ojmneod; i'oudi 8yni| Ve1.epu1 C kirk.JJ.CusrnNEeurrofNWott'.j .. 5 613 t 11
valuable niodii is iudorVjd by he fJbyami I 2 leal) has tvo nice youzg orange gryvesrr.ing attention to tbt'ir IIIVW and well -cit'i-U-d i t?* V 2i& cs : )? 1l.il, 20e. Cone. Wiliuuu. N of Lori 0V23 .. SVVV .. 19 T'JO flo ON
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--I you ; I Jri.: school witS \vitii J
'woitevgt' time. Young opened to-day V Our 'V C>fce. ylba.: \ 00. S. 4ftcrt-sitI s t\i of f W Vf Ew K R....... . ... . .... .. =3 4
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a Jaigo tendance, go'Hi- were pun at iioUiru: c.ibkipric8 .5 5. Loiaa' VorIoist& . .. .

%. 1t Wi1Btin T3rnwjirc) Irish pi4at. iS JUHJ 10okiag3Bcl V ; rne (:()coiix.'t.UBiitlv{ we art'1 pH-pnrM fir VIVIIe b'jter j. jj NA S. ia Bltvb in StarkeDeou . ... ... ... .. . .. .. .. .. a 6 aaw $V Wt V
si**** \ /" 4X iUiruing tteittg< nearly to "WTJttch'oiitOritnge V a nti out. (2 an aAerafff. fifteen Uiou j jMnd'pnfaci p'a'jy Corn fiats From and P-.1t Invalid1 who arprecovering vital) stamiV I at equaKy l>w rat&g. Ii l N U or Ivt So't. S .,. V I.. .... ... .. *aT 3.tkRer. .
_ brtck pur day. Tlnjir msw I i itaacbit tn:ft are i ia fuljblcji A large HafT Me j jcarload. their V II T D), j t Eal Jno Keltic; No M>.. ... .. ..... .. .... .. .. ......... ... *t J 'b1 V
) Jsno- working Ji.tndwuntiy.EAtt cr$?p i'I V -,0-1 j til l. dei I.D" m ZIVL1fUI terras appreci- Duula.CnW.SE.4otNw . .. ., .. ... ... .... ........ I..S 1$ SI*

tlikt Hie Ilamptun I'oetoffice i is cure: harjrai'is. ThanKic.s,'" d* f.-r Sal i.sfl of the w.its ds atonic, of HoMtlter'sStomach 5- 5. % ...... ... .. .... ....... .... t7 8iJ'sdinaflft.F.LofS
I ; their Bitters. 5J"t bill l.\ (U>cs it impart[ : NV WUbiza 4s. .... ... .. Xi 6W 9
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:> EDn'oRY'ur' remark" iaTttUtXluVti lht gelling on jt "T IJVI4I.1.Vishing the past lUwnil p.ir.( in. I: < < tVinp t ;tli totlje \eak but) U also corrects ii, Ii. 1M1C .is S V,' i4 01 5 \* U boumiett oa tbo VSSN4 byt tc"Ito* &d the V

the growths :ti'n V fEVLEHVVV3VVjlI H Ij.ippt vt-ar, lltsjtrctfullvt a continuance of t.r! .>i.n-. v.nmal'i; ar stren NortinbyOHynes'hr.e.ttaiabyRR.. ..,. .. ... V 17 ?W i *1
ftItul{ PROVOST. ever their humble ,i rvauJs.N V :at) irrpguJar acid state VVOf the stomach, Hill, EQ.fct f.-r Ov-t-rloitfeNWUcIX'A'ji. .. ... < V s IV
tie% oniiiav trees arc ipktvetifti, JONHS&O1" S rrifrs tikes the lioweK act at pruer intervals. NEW GROCERY AND DRUG STORE. lltiU-hin-ou. Sim. S E >i of fc W U Jt EUof "i W Ji of SV M.. .... ......... ... % V

3ft. ;t. 1111. i igiit tip* on our Iwvdy. 1kc, S V gives ease to those who -.!nffer troin rheu- }IlI1EU.agtTWSb.tecySEqofNL3V t....... ... ..-.... .... ......... ... set; 3
; vne 4Liuk S 4**t F( ) van hpryott* : .tEL, \ J l lliltoa. Ainry E. onia Lot la SuirkeHazzani . . .... ......... ....... .. .. ....... ......
V rniitic anil kidnt-y troubles and conquers l iu.IsOn.Vs'alton.SofSWi.4! .. V .. .. ...... 12
Sain.BY ; .
hiTi btktilhiUI A-igil : .
W'4wth ol avci' 1Anc14c on My wife'has paed a way ; a*, well as prevents fever and ague. The unders-hmed respcctfully announces J J. aRt'JIr's B K of3. VV Hots'Sv'H. ....-.. .. ....... ... .... .it S 4O3

eii )IMk Beyond Lr earthly b >m9, virtue of a ct-ruiA f\\-fution i? ,*led For"jvals by all Druggists and Dealers to the citizens of Sarke: and Mirroundiug Johns, Isaac X.SwMofiW H .. .. .. ... ... ... .. ... .. ... ... .. . ... sr
V VV V Joim-r. .. .. ... .. .. .... .... ?
V'i i PO1&11UOf WUia iiL e-wn aboeV4 V '- n Justw.1-1 (4UTtjif: Bi'adfar&1V V country that: he has opened a new Duct: Pet.r.SWJ4tN WWRofSW fM 2S SXI >
thwi i'a V V gt.D1Vl1IIy John ou. J itics H, SK 4otEt ... V,.lb... .. ... ...VS.V 490
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jiirttst4 w itl> weary -woo V p (* 4? ot the Ujiiru.id ;ai.d yppo-iite the i F V tortice Jordan John,-to .ttrr*sef records .... .. .. . .. ... .V 4 SV V V V V qr V --- V _

V V V V 4 Ifi IlIiIlSt M.iry A. "KUkv.J.Vr. Ad WC.JOMEs1: : where thi beM and the pun--t dru .t Ke1I.WL1stm.StitNEtSK34.tS34OfSW34.: ... ... ... .. 99 3'
XjrdarUoft>eoue two. rnn, Love K'b itetI in mid .
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Varthe bruin v 4t 'V sroctries
m rv u niiniarUiix') Itic ; re < M- sea Bafekiw ? i pr.K-nn-il the lowest
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Yet memory wiet. IJ l love rtfnaic, $ (1IIt Lon4tr44-t..tSWf4cN'st! .. .. ........ .... .. V .
t1eed3* ol rush! **)' (iry. trktr An bour.dltafe ui,the t.oa, elder, diiitd 1 : i lie KI;iijij.e.u l\\\n m tying I i DEALER ISIJeer caMi, riccs. iMy rooU ari all bought Lazgrgrii II K:, z4t .'m-C .i i Suiidrfl N Eqro X"Wqr...... .?.. ... ... .... .. ... .

(]j11eZ Tiniic Ie-t'-Je *hud <. V V been issutd Feb. lv3. A 17: KtJWJ. up .n a f f.rash h and as my means arc limited, I Mar..U. Join. W. S .ii s> E qr of 8 E qr. . ........ ... ..- .
gjod .. V D o l to the worSimy trcnsura Is, fr def't luivt' Ieyi1 I Ale, porter, Cider, Fruits shall offer stock at bottom and .5 SV 4" a< r"sct reooris. . .. .. ... .. .. ..V . . .... . V j5
brugs 1uay V judgement : upon my prices .. .. ....,.
eL tiiMg ILb1. hwt. Mann J IT. X Sur i-f < Ear ...... .. .. .: 5 S3
quickir than *aj tiling$oum) Ut.- i iilil > ai VsJH V wH] t piihltc uutcry, duringLeI I i,' AND sell strictly for c-ash only- V McKiniiev. A J. W W vjr of S Fr! M*:. . ..-, ,. ... .. .- & V

tine. It V her dear babe,*o 2eautUl. fr noors of sale, before th Cour ilon'se :Fine I'liysiciati's preH-riptions carefully compounded Mftil.w, Kob rt N WtrofSEijr ...*, .... .*.?.,. .. .,,. -?*. .. .. ... . .
Our hearts will fun nor mi .
V Storhn. John. S .4 of Lot No j ... ... ... .-. .. .' --dS....... .... ... .. ... .
._.1ppo9e s take L.uy jt-ars. lowijje r. Mill my Jteart: be htrt&g my mind, day, the 2ml ihiy ILl April A. I D 1 I3, Un- |1 V ALSO Courteous attention and fair dealing tw I Pickaton, F M, N qr of S E qr & S W gr of S E qr. .. .. .....VS V
HEFPS'f
out -rt-iT < iiitHj bond iiidcble'inev' ? byUMJ UfeV<3j|* 8urg<: mo en, sane bfcina; the fire-t Monday in f:iid m >ntti'f' old and young, while and colored. .'. S E of S E "" V I ,

Sulc v' I i.tKr.'HiI t rijrvrnasst i.istds.ditodpekf JVThLV i, shall live for her, Ht.d A legal fcale 4fSJ the fol'owikff d"! <-- 'f Fresh Ice-Cold Milwaukee Deer Respectfully \vj4ofS\\qr .V ... .. i* t tp
V Fsnnertcr, II F \Vufl.otNoI4.. .. .... .. . ... .. ....-* Kf
.I1* poo L.t"&: twi iv yur 10 L IOC1 1(1 F tlr. t wiilbe stixiag.wank crliied n-a! tt8ll. ttj< 'Vflt : The 8 W \ of tin S OX DRAUGHT >*" W. TAYLOR. Tarrish, Kst: of John K. N Eqrof SEir. .. .. .. .. ... .. ? *.. J3I9 4ft VRiebarti.

< djf R IS. E. contain ; Starke. Feby.-1333.-3m. !. Mrs It'iU-n. LotX<> lot 6ii block Sinfctort*.. .. .. .. .. ....... .. V

>. .' '" <: art fti'tii"1'v' out of the: V V ; ic';* 40 acre1 ni'ste or Iflw iiinuttIii! tin) }I's At t the old stand of Gct. Eds-den's on tue KcnO, KJ, Saor-jsmS Woarter ofS EqrofS'.Vqr. .. . ... ....., .. .. ...> je J 1
for R.uroad: wharf. Siuith, Chosf. SVq ." .,,. .. . ... '---I* ?3$ IW $ 'VSre
I Ii denwpd ) lhan *
ivijdcroe I thy present othin please us mure to I ud )UxiiV (JIradford and State I V ACADEMY Martha S E qr i>f S WqrSinitb. V .. . .. . .. 7 1 V 32t
FIrw; 1t c oti1iiiU(" fiji u fw. &.ut have (L,1I(1ltUUflL( In every nook and lnviediSn us the jjr"ptTi.of: .\fIVh. 3. 83 A P. N W !r of S K qr V ........ ... ......"-... .. .. .. s V

tflt.xW S nd t.f lix* ..,.. }. ... .,
$ it. luA nlnttiug, I toctilily. Ity tILlS ineaim I3r.id said execution and eota.V S. .i. TEMPLE.TEMPLE'S \ THOROUGH COURSE OF Strickland. %William 1L.reiI.Iscre0Drd9 .... ... .. .. ....... .. .. .... ....
tltnnauii lor Fiorid* 4ad is hound (H in county could he kept Constantly advertised W. W, TUMIUJS". Stokes James R, S hEqr&SVqrorXEqrA S K.N .p1Cqr.. ... 12

tree, uutit'ist; ad sMiUi < '1odTht ie L L1se1y.pspuIate j to l lie jrrt!< \orld and a flow of iinniigration M arch 3, 18S3. tinctiJ. INSTRUCTION. 5, VVqro.'SKqrJtS&ofN K qr of S K qff. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. i '- __ ___ _

ud nu ziithe Itst '4 V induced to her borders. There is not Shaw Levi & Son. N & of X E qr .. ... .... .. ...*... >... .... -........- V V
MILLS Thomas. W !'lie. 40 acres see records. .. .. ... .... ..* S S ... ... . .(I S V
land U> sj>arc.Hr. I'ue slightest doubt but jvhat we po>s5esj Look ,tWztkavafs CIobin bef re U-jrJas e.i! > i I Iui' Fall term opens fim Monday in Sept'-rrber T1dOW.NqreifSV. q- ...* .. .. .....V .

oa of the ties?, il nut the very bust, : Uity where. V bpnng term opens tlrst Monday in January.makiiK WnlJiiAuynqroSWqVV! ... .. .. . ..... 5V .. .. .... . . QQ 1sb 3b .
t in the Stite. but tliis fact m\il tIe ktptj.onii a ten monlh's tchocl t-acU! far. Itwlcg inJune. Wyrn.CESnNWqrWqnofNWqr. .. ; .S. .. i. .. . ...... . ,; ,
t t. J. tft-irtr, of Otter Creek Tasinon Wooding L H. N VT qr Of N W qr . .... .. .. .. .. ..... .. . .... . .
and id i(0t betnn: tin- pnhic! nfl the lime, SlierilPs! st' TUITION FEU MONTH: vViL! >on J II. N IZqrof N Eqr .. .. .. .. . ... .. ..... .. . .. 14 1I OS. V
us aUL i
lh.elty Tupdq night pi ftiie I if. "nothing like prinierV iut VVIM.D >T"srirtus of H eeruiinexeczI1iip5iad i Primary. .. .. . . .. . Jl SO i of\VofN \V ?fl IIi)
pleMaut MrY. it.fortnare u di V ( I1+t4 UUpR1flUg,91 1 t) otif of Coui of iKhvtioi.icoun'y. i Intermediate 200HijjLw .5 .5 ofSWcrnf nqr h $ V V

Hot-al; vrilors in the and a Jasper ANT DEATKK IN.i V .. . 3X( WqofsWqr.tSWqr V IT V
1gfr ii' ) at 1towwid. lVutI ol V county we L FiiTi.latlhf SOUi d.iy V1 J.muat Mns iiopuu D ;I-EB nit1 ca(). Instrumental .Vufie. V N E qr of S E sir V 1* GVII 40 VL2

Llpciras. fle forms a lUat liii of I Hope they will pim-n! !Iiie attriiuinns ol I \. A. IX. 5.JuMict J-in,! Ji i'ur imr i-S tweci aiul Drescd Yellow Pine* frr uioitu lU kviuus). . ... ... J.iuO Walkp-5 J K.S Eqrof K qr . . .. ....... .. ..... .. ... . .. ...' 3> *tfi *
jjrovc .. . .. ........ .. .. *
i [heir nel"! !""*( ?* tbrmigh I the columns V All! lutuuu py.&Lk- ut toe end of each month. nXJike.SKqrof N \Vqr . -M 40
COO; trees is i (luilig finciy. nud tini be ex1 EEI.EliI.AYIt prcidiig-iti i| favor and quiet. Wjlliaais. Jackson, W end uf i ft Sn II Block 56 to ScavksLhcezne Tax. . i

t1t 8 *noa to put
Ualive lid will l> I H rit-li. b1UV13' Ud majiinlieent couoln V i tratnxof the esfaiccf 1 M!q. IlIck wedir! ; in IT. *" Litid f & S of I, qr I S 4 GI W qr ....... . .. ... . .. .. .

thr4ugh-go' Hg fcoy caTI.I I IV and we wain men of eticeri[ c aii.l u>trauu > .icefu'-ed th 1 Sajri i-xeciition li'-es Bo ird rer weok. .. . .. ..-. 52 50Payitbla '5 .5 N of w qr . .. .. .. .... ... .. .... .... .. .. ...... .
> HH KKae oi/Sjese day*.- blesfitig of o\ir glorious climax and the L k1.led( upon and will boll jit-public outer} and Finishing Lumber coi t'antljiai o :I both aboz.i.J! exp ri ncfrd NW rQfSEqy.NWqroMEqr V & 4)* P' 5 .

- wonderful jmiductionsof our w il. We Deed! during Uie legal hiiUrs ot s-ile, before 'bt V 0 I'.YOUN'S, Voo'lr.SEq-of NEqr .. V V V 13 &m W I ;
oftly, help ...immigration aud "rsateriAl iud : anc. *V FriucipaL ?, rjaiic'4)u.: for Shears All of -. -. V V M 19$4?
.. i Court Houv >r. l.akt Hutlt-r, the county .5 E 3. ( f l
I ttm fine Souih Carolina Cvl Wn Seed I V
4 attention Fill
:. I c.31y. at 1. WirKi -to develop 'JJradford county )11(0 aueirtLly '[ -he. "n Monday, the nrf.dny uf April! A ; given to Christian Clitircli. '5 Ail of .* V S'SS

V raratii M:. V* !>., 1SS3 the same bt-iutr tint tiib Sloaday Orders jvitb S. All of -3L 4 a> 3B9LowN'o
-- ing Dispatch. Preaching each first Lords day at 11: '5 1 2 34 A 7 & S Eqr 4 S J *rsT7-Qr V S f 473
V'V i in said month nn-1 a legal sale (day the fol j ji o'clock church 55 .. All of V S t S VS -l rneeti Lords
i ClLIcao MerbatLt' EXeriC)1C. each V
> V % i 1 Ion ing di's-cti' d prjtpifty or so much' ScrolL'WorK ; igs day tllsf *. V.V. IP 4tIIIG4 a.NKqr&W
He i Htf>nil fi-r the couijli'acliw <>ft :f After I had >!.< <'tneuh LI14)SL skin and bone, thi'Uofv il s Hnf\'saiJ execution '-> wit 1 ,, (extept the nrsi) at a o'llock p m. The F. 5. 5. &SWM' V VVV VV

1 V i iWi: gs. Tiie jacturv1 it!1 1l.c wi'h tifitiicr iren th. ft[fltt'1ite Mir aitibitiofl IV1IeS4 W V I UoiouSundiy SChool mevt; at 2? o'clock V V V ATi.>le JT of acres 5S5 l us as
\ <> ihejj s. .ri'1 Ihe s ft j itN AND V
Id4 01 the All in rE r t TThttstonc. S Js of Lot* X 3 A V .
c4M It-fi. anil 1tLt! doelors euulun't hdj' me.: K j ..i :NX: p t"i; ,1. S "t t 8 I. cot?: j p.m. Orange College building. .5 N ct Lot No 2 V LtT >

tcarViii i tnt iV iru w n'h lirick Ymd two Jsttlt I'lirkt-i's. filter Tonu '.un-d: j jnno t zibi''i: : : t V V V I Veetable and Orange S K of Lot N11 V .. O
\' t. $ t1 g'liuItnI'rIr. } M. L. \V N sjL.tNO4 ceo so
i -t r1i ng c )tfljiU'telv < bii>tt, Lamp I nV lilt VV V V VSV STAHKE INSTITUTE V
]>j.. -. \ ,? .i) & I'linii-r and Mrs.. Jlacu :: M'l'r i Iff V SHo''' Li"' N" I" V V T ea> +>
: LotttIi.Kne'SEqr 'f \ \V !! 7M 40 atI
\\ ji\ i: '3' .V unot! be UKOIIVCI V Vtscd : qr V
.f : : V :i : Starke Bradford Co. Fin.KSTABLISHED \ W i"1 t1iSn
fj V i4 V ORATESTY. Cl Nnrm--i, N\V qrr !ir V V V : 8 40
ii-tu V i 'ii Hi- '. > (cptr ituiiii fur tin: C.mie McF.t bio.), f died : Iti ,5 i A < IN J877 ,' .C.cGiflN L.riOf.. il or V V V V 23 ',7" SOSi V
v ? i), j i' V. .v lV1V Pi1 LII fllt-ct1-! a'n ovt i dose of (bpiI IIi V t.lSVftrCh ,: xa. V Classical V >f tK RRfth Fqr a I1* 9.tt
niid Scientific Courses '
French
SWailtV; 5VV.flV qr 6 SEqr&XWqr&'SAVqr V I K 551 (75
Hjg V :udmiiii.red{ nj iur: husband L, 3, IS | I and M lisle, aiftoa pnpatory Departraent. ; ? E qr \V qr V V V V 1* 6 V't *O'V _

VVV '.L.L.L.L 1ii IV'flg; nnd foiUifulS I '11 ttLtVVSihL 1it Jik. I Limited TiticaLc* pupil > bring tacllst of N E qr ASEqr of KEqri 3 W qrof X Er CO ',2ti20W
; ____ |
__ -----y-- 4 nH 51:1 i
-, lulc uiujg ffjpPB'TuIiMi :
flhl$14.r 41W --, a leave V. frtUl V IeIt4 g;

hence lot fn niontlisTln Iroin the 1st.pi hi tly." 1'he J c! sopviJt.) TIM _ j *M, 5.Caacl 58 p5FqUnrtcr. oftetT \ izvw

wi.l -I1'- IIIIB & time to plant ft.-! Th rbancrlstcssinv-iniiii-m; we I 1ougt '1 vJI weeks according to grade V V \vv (. iVS C &
ii: of
ileW T ip'Iti:!' .rt; .; r>n j l atttliJ on to J llJyoun ; ouglit to hate 1 Ixti-n liM'rftilN' granted to 'l/'Jl; JIu.ic p.-r qtiarter of ten weeks, i310.RE'V'V q "fN 1'N'r x 6 of s,E'qr qr urul N S Wqr lV; of SB. I : 'lit

f' <)!.'Hp' r \4Mr. H. h :* otic"iiie men of suCh standing ailic jj'npi. fd inuotporal' WM. MOUET (.M. E. C.) lute of o qrqH VI

:illtiJflg iiiirii tiiRM l Itott) iti th I.s I. >rh ai;.d! whu, wri<' wiluiiu; '< V j'"tlb V JTSVS'VV V V ks! V SS V V J ; iiBc! Nitncs France. Ulasoical Tutor.C. :: :: N 1'. ti anVI %r wS q: V. V .I 1A1.M4;

( 43flI% aitU r, .. j ii t' n j *:tr* more crtTi "st t' .ir: inoT'vj, lit4b< tin ciiUrpitee wii'onFlurWa V- V S VV VVViS V.: V I 1 aV J,. PEEK. a, .5.. Kqr of N K. qami S V qrof qrnf N E K qr ir . r ;I'S

lMCkIVfltfr!| -i i hV .in i t lii.'vtiiit; his uuineri 1eu VQ1d (XL1 fI IV i s::1 t' 1 V V: V V\ : VV: VViJVVp; ; J JL J4 OF __ Principal.AHClHIULlTi N K qr of N U q- and! N \\ qr of J. W qr V Vj 'V -V

:i VV.' v\h; tliv Ig-t y.trns ill tinL I I'' -ullikUTit. jic\\i\/ :V, f. Vr 1 S.' V VVV* V I. ipi S. 5* S K \E rqtof qr of X W rjr an-t S W qr of N \V or :

t V V .;.') pre.--ei4t |lUrLV.'S. and <*V e ;iri i*>Mir> (d l'tiioe .\V V VV VV5Vfr Vi5 jj oo: !yui'J p : i Suitable: for Orange V U roves, in Lots:; ; IEAMILTON, 'S *5 SF.rof V V i '

V V ; who have Ii'ri the matter in < iuiiftlwt \rrL& t BUCLAYEu
I L 3SV ,
I of t
JM i in and .
t : V I'mkhain's V4t4bIe CtxTI I Ihe coiapunj will buat nce ormizia 11 'IJIi; J i iC45 acres up, :as may be wanted HAVING lc.'it d r-'rmtsnfntJy in SUrk Wi It .. aiislSwq.of Sw4r 5 5'S.
iri VV5 3t VVit/r \ Nav 1iy.F. for t.nd Swqr .
itn>) the prvJiiiiinaiy uwrk promptly l In V V a t. buUJiijjs and till ottftr
I V :ii i a.h a I'uraiivi- *gifltVifl AraVv! : t w UrL3ni ai ..SV.V lOeO i work in the hue OI his profesniou. Nw qrandSw-qr V V
I :
*' V > "' n! nr lo wnoito. gILL) V TK! i-ouuiietwX'racflt of the worjv Arrive ut :'a.-Ji-.ilij at V. .. TGDpnt1j IIUCKLAYINO. Feb. SI. tWSCOTT. :: "" JfEqrand K wqran-tSwqr .' .' *
V will ipMkf Floruii of itftcn-st i Arnvo AI Wa,Ui roi l V K Efiriuwi E 3. otSEorsart V
a centre I j I .. ;., >. C., at s ff-1 V w 3. of3C4r
AESVZVsV ii 1 YtTM ,, VV EHofN-lr V V V '
sC lit *nd.Vwqrofwr
i ti a <5 IV, ilic cjoi e'ary world for manj' years I to [ 'V.j V ] ] % 5. S V VS c
V V < r tt14 per at Taftiple% 1'U1L1LT1 bet'et J WV J. FIELD : w qrof NVW qr LIIt1 F. Lt.)? S w qr
come, aad ius completion win put u on ; .qr>vileaiil3-\ajiM.'i! 1OhLz :. N wQrffSworatndSnvqrofswqr 5
VV >P. *- j om> of tho jieat( higiiA'aj's ofU.e world'sFaJtd with.r1ir5.ub h.Iw|>w< tt1I'i.' is jVi VV f-now MsVStttfSll| pcnnaienIy: tl t SUj ke and is ready VV RFET1RS, .5 5. N qr anrt S E qr an.J E )$of S V -V W *S1 7X

i S V i )n :tit V ruifl! oina got mad I (1)i11WL'L'ec." V t'uuiutu! s.Uping Cart Item -CT. Th ss n t'r.-J; s. and 't-j >lo pur BrtcK work. Plastanup-! C-alci/nirp or -I K the ru'c' rot for pist: l.horal putroaI .. .5 NW9rO1NwfrandSwSrofNwo. 19 *a; 453>
and tft 621Ij
._- 1utIL4hiei 3ua: V V P.i( r haiiEiug. Cbimreys built, pet feet draft war iopt-s bv strict attention to nui.iuea NEqrofSwqr V V
$' V! au :, ; V1Ikp.er. Tb l V V s tJ i r aIIt"f!. g' .ji1 work and atisfao'ion Kuar nte d to merit A continuAt.on of the saruo. All wrI 5. 5; :: of i w qr and w'ti'of N LiVe V V ftW 4T.

1 V V V .v i.r w4d hi* cut'n al : four < in hair *e *verii its ynatlifui Icoloi 3ccirc-I1k ut. V V -. ;. :, 3i h&rgi*;, modem KhUaiatts tjiven. Work diy <.cr.int'sv5 a' mo-Jerate prices. V .qrotN Kqr ndSKqrofNE"qr .. ..l

i:. (. Thtn h4 u 4q I- and sift, silky lejciuro by the Ude of ParL Arrive it JicVM.r vU .Id rrvr at Jc .. I ; I 13, J8Vt3V-ly. :: SUofXTv.jr anfl X wqrof Swnp 'h
'VV V'V V% d i \ tLU ker's Hair UalsA'm.DEATH'S V V i
et L V > E and S K
V XJTViv4t Li, qr qr tnd 3 E qr of Nwqraritjsnyqr V V
V V V V h Lii Arrive$ at Si..t on at VV SVV. V Wa i iitrrbVe "TV1D) IIAYNEST"EEUER U. D. MINER \"ko'e Voofacrpg V "O-i' V -

V V Mt VV lO !i-ii4liBjjf ft Sun Blfn'I G 31AKK. Arrive at Atlanta Jf. JiSEpm Collclop oi/Rlomu. AMZ"M.trH,3

dy, : ,,,VVqV; 'V/ i ; % t Irw it itt )i&tija'iljc lit V VS 4 IX 15 ,S"-IIAYXC-S' Uradlbrd! ( ouzty.V .

4U4b I&V r fV for a lot of' I Arrive Anneal AiUtt: > HI .. V ,11'Ca ,.::1 I- T'j I _____ _____________.___ _.___ ___ .., .
Jit hc Ht .at -
on the 15tb instant < '
mnrtiiRjnf Din5r5 i iArri
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VV' ? u Goods Grsoeries is -- -VAJR
fe I Dry Medicines
; IA 1l 1u : AVritd two lion :Mia J.. XUslaek. of Columbia coun 1 1ty 1Ie 4 Urlt'-lnVi&t : ,
1XV: 1 Us rsrrlVceat Lsn ..VVuiMV : i
gt1tt tVl I V t Irj.Ij ye I i.fl the 1iitvVt4g1h yr :.T Jiis tge.ilon. *v at 'ltIcltt.iitt: a< V i!. j ,V V, 4' |&T.., FINK TO A<'COS, &c-., r ? ,P

I $il* NIhiitkV5: $ tHiL' U) CI39 I. AmvffliC.'tieafaf. .. tV", 700nvrnio & ALSAip4
fV 1 1AtVZIVtVSAV
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; V 11 ( :s ; i,; : to .- atst. Lotii, LflLa Fe "Postoffiw
: V ; ncn ooiiHly, <3ci.rgla, Man 17. Iti25 InliiHtfuit j At V 7VpVr ; r ,t V
V : VV; V VV ck $ and miVde -
I ; V : V'V; 'V iicUoui.) ,%. he muvctl to (.'i.iuttiliia, i Pulse*' faJt-Spjng Car on r'jjs Train frumuutllb ii 9V iKES 5 4easurt! in tr.forsi.r.g his friends ET! :: ; ;)..

f V V "iiuty, and ha*. Miux. btaii indentiiii-ii with,1 Jiis k !O < :"j..ji iu.ti si. ..;. S:, LVi. : i ln V L tui .: ulilic fimrally that he lai now it 1 frr.r"e
Vt V ,111 it '' ( f I, ... liec tsIi..LZ tiiIrt.ad 4 ( iv ;.uillinc! of JJ rj"Goods Groreri,
V : tLtl. iiiiiugotieof ii.smusi }v>])tiurH.I : vii : sni I.er j ii :ax.r .
,- I V I V, .km V %> fumI V V VV V luflwniiftl titizt In IV4J he j V 4)tmVy ami K'jfct.ta: ,u .l t Vi Ch. w i t1idetne: an,! every anuie foun.lln a i VVs .. .,_ .' Or EVTHT 30 C3ZAt3 rilN 5VSR. S
UM.i'ii 'S tye which V dI5.VVVI SVVtVS1a4VSV IttCe-, Shot ,
V I V sK V ia.i5 Louisv lie '- t-lry lie Ia ofleringat tnfnnces Gun R
V I -Mj.j; VV It *1 Iii ioirlIge to Aijss Attali SC.Tiii'pjjtfrh KivMng..is V Call anfl h, -1' Nl: flrVSVi:5.'y Uoi E2ehiri V
4 V iiijl; .umiRg by this trie fur P-iaita xun.irc g-oxls b-s j TaeKh V.cst.a 1 V1I31TO4
V > V 7 I of iflI' thrt f T<% purcbsniit *-lsvher> he i is ; WATCHMAKER! iV'APt
I iVUuoihin C'tunly, For smvue ; i ioric* !5 .iih >ni hni rt. ..i V .a' i;VV -'"tttn af coniMfpt h S5 SkVb
.. ,-- \YS Mi. NH l tf6tfatld the JU11VVtLS1L wjiu 4li, atVnlitr ..i y tf Koilr. acj (V fl pJ you <">tha to (riiiiiy! and prics t t HfltinOV4. tic.Lnrg. .
: : : re*>pon- WjUtl'IV *c sIF! lie pas tbo l.ighf t'tM'h'pnoos lorcoitoi.mm ;DV i niu-
& tratr I
F V < Catnlnjruf
.V.V: l t -i fltKC.
> I -l VV ::1: ifpcsalHin of iuIe? ) : of Prstlwlfc of h
V S out East Flw.'da: KxpTtiss--jJaly.; mm S oii3irvprx. iie He also piya more 5j.- .
$1 V .' IMHV' V bVV V v V .Ml-. "."i .ly. and in 1S7 VLc elecud as Member JekcVU-flV. V i f..riottcmiu the -UlciiieEt or accounts titan c nfc'j GREAT WESTERN G-JN- WORKS
t had V2L f 3 ft Krvtr FV.ci: !, ff.S'l!,, YffntMuli Nil,
1'\ : V1 V V l1 h: ot t.ijmt>S fio.ii lbi Vie; Florida att.i ArVhVe sit JlLtisUQt11iO *t 11 anywhere ci1* in this county. Hi- invitee rzrruizzqu. PA.
4.tri..ViVt special nttcntiiiu to his tooc! of Fine Tolu. aid i4C- ejis''
I V mdI V V Kvrn (j ;: i "r < n.ir. ; > -
V Y' : > < a unite in ; I tmif being vnttUed to only one ibpiescsii V co Which the STAPJIE. FI.A.SPrCIAI.attcrtioa "
V at Ciarlcion at is most cooit'lttP m the warI.t.OSIL fjnett VVi r.Tri.1 d lo ri'V>
I V V V '.iri V ; j i'' V. list.j Dili"" t.ii' I iiive HLs do ticn Was lhetir I! >,l DUIIUrv.iti V Airivc M %Mijion 'i i.tVir 3 m I ) 1IAVXES. : given ta repairing Wato'. 'I itclgur .( in the...ix.

I ) : >iilv fl i.e :. ( i V V ir'oiy ;aiiHHi in thubtnieaftern con I Ai ni v a. > m "it k ni 4 9) v Hi Spt. 3(. 1882.ConunJs.sioner's. V V &c. ic Ai! work done c. !t dei? iii drur. jiCETj

I : V'V V I" vVV I 4IViIV!it ,n. ami! il i is a :n immrn! tojiis jill Ami. e at Attamp! ai V V l j is p m at revocaale pnccs ror cash Enyjirc of Ricbard
k1vLrf.(1iinfleat ;rVVV1.5am Sale. and t'ace. Me.u
;' V I ) V V :. : i id4, jM.wiin'i LIi' CLflV4V pupul irfty and the appreciation of.ui I -Uwr at. ; JP:> ... at ( 'rj'Wptn ls l 5m. p O2ktLj

W V '* j 'f > t \ fijC it is, nivi I tH'fjirny ,iflu sitrliajf qnaiiie: by V lijs Arrive at CliUgo at V V / w .. m I) Y virtue of nn orik-r of the county Notice of Final Dismissal. 5& UT E D I Ltdtt stn1 renttsin.n.

1 Vh IIVI, H I V i -i iujs .ii} .> corrt-t i iit .VlI. W flttU. The Congress" which beMr. Arrive at St. Louu at ? -, ,.:c.. m &V) Judge exercising i'! )bate JuriMiictionin Oil moaths after the fi-gt if* ?* ] Arik1 tl ti 03,_ Prttj eU vrrtl V.tr ; 1uu.4-a5'l
PWIrl4 riljanVtn publicaUon of this Itre.
Civi LXibr
V. V V V.'I (MO : V \ uou it VV.. dftiii-1: I i: V'I was tk ted. beiug a RepuLiJkn Congrt. I S.Ifl1t1LULI thAHesion.Ste'p.r t huM.._o I. n On<:.l t1ISriIV8L Virachh tfj'npers fr i and for Bradford county State of Fiorid.i *;ea, I will prra nt my accounts and vouchers noO t.rfth' Ecta.Iye tfrritr7 %0 i.r 1ihL

I V t V V 'V.VU d V I V ,.. r4VL&Vfl.r(" Till JSihfccA refu> xl hi.freat until I IwIhili r <- taking the n' ht expresse-to grrtlint" i J will oiler for sale at pul.Jic auction, a* Administrator"of tbe estate of Lucius Mo'v*'. t on. Terms ItNsr*!. CircoUrs FRt-.E. t4d,

_ _ 1 V I V I 1' 1 VUg! < V i ti >rt f.:(tj .,jy |.i be "fw dajsof lie end of that confefm. I: i A he nfw sle 'iji Reataunust{: cir lit l lihl IIaISiV,2 91>'< 1'jcr p M.V on the first 3I r.d.iv( in Apnl, 1SS3.-being late Hon.of J.Bradford R. Richard county, Judaic flsrt'LL.40cea0'd the Coutty C'Our, to*.the fsr [ A SupvtiUvj Heiltfi anJStren-th JUitorer. ewItt faa.fact'g (' ., Br Sr.F ,

( V I I't') V i V to s clii I grtsiiI1td; ami thuti h tbe 5tnts : cV at vro the 2nd. day of s.ii-1 tn'jth-the following Bra1ford cOunty londa
.iy and
prmtijf I4l1V I- al.un.'jii.itnii'-w (ii' nU.w# ; i neiis bn sl for ausi ii s- Ifcure's". rr f.--, wdn o-it vrw"rc b A NEW
1 V .te *' : i '. ) servie ofa !! de 'crjbcd real' estate lying and in clutrge from said estate I CURE FOB V
c u ire lAgy !H>ic4 IiVVU t>t its aWcMtt paseitgertrssinR.V V being o or p r ; li u .! *T VV y f iyat nfLst "

l'' i V -f-.l: yV. 1*vl<3)In C4nIe ttfl ) ; : : ecrrcew the county and State afJre&did and btlongina Jia 13 1 153V S. OEIGKR.Adrairjistnitor. hcU: dja.t try hAV! 1,.. i <.fi> J -

\ LAITi I V 1878 lie was elected s'tatqr 4re, dY 1 ? a4piLt. 1O4O! l w> tlir o*tnle of Jacob \\ Sb K>kt late If JTJ ar a !-w, ??, jr.v; cr tU, TTn51' TATO R4PS$
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v S <'L'H' *iiJ i*Inrv B* Cbrttn !i. ? ai > )VVitJitdi yn.uVV ri T .. 's'flt6Crt
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y. wtt
of said
sR hit- district to the Le is-laturo of our ttt. New Vort, Phn1V1IVIpIth| ttii conntyTatctCsed! tii wit- The SV r1.swDrVpz.RLV.Vr.1. S
____.__ ami did BVDun4ro. 1 juf the SV of Sec 2 in L B. RHODES V
jt5 .mVLfl Efi'vUx f ri.5sc Tiii-oustl Tickets sold to ali! t o inV'. by Rail and j i. Tp S South of lf>o>lJi-e fa-MT-.3-1, ; .
V V V i LZ44 k4 *. V ..U.- at S. during hi* itVI of ortv't It waj duricg b* Mt'i 5.-p conr.ecUons. dod !3VV j jge (tfebflc! Range C2 :E i omUining forty acres, more V ,-} !-'- or t-.jrjjy tonplaiti... or if yj VSlettbIed Aqa AU TROUBLESOME VKMIH.

T bb; time th.u n-f ltsrng| ft) know aud t 3gls .itu tnj (*i 4tO$ ILiLd "" '""" or )k-vs Teirai cash-purchaser paving wttn any <{. .. up sesui J at ('GI a tr".aTi 5fjVS4 ,>o'r Et ,,. $ l oVn 1 .j I -
T'n' A t-vek. .
IQ clood <
griyuJtuta} t i. it.' h-ts ?hc.n to prcbilie the ef-iimai! qx hfes posswv.-ed I si BHJt--ft.t.i J t iHspot Ti AO rn'e fortuity. WMV WILLS, : eat's QIIGkk To.sc.i y5Vy7p It i y i'c i.ft b eurr by P ? ; I I 'i. r. W*'; VV 5 5V.7V

ctt1 IAVk4C..iv ; -r-f; >>IU I ,/ the decfcasf G.-VVjLj $ J.L.TVJU3R, V F eb. 24, 'b3. Comnis.ioncrMASTER'S AKD raee Pu.iVrAa X. JrIVItVsr*, PtP'it.rs. Pt.

diiqw; \ A ift public ife.hU every cnennr wta 4t lVt! VAgeLILV i G: TJ< p. Agt Iba Sect and Sjrtt Ceui?> Csrt Ever Uwd.lNGia .

Tbntfnod ,nd !V, ,. V lk. ('X( V I b"nt to the pron' tion of hi! co'ritrvs-wii3 V SALE.: SOLiCITOR IX CHANCERY Ii.nna ra'raEh, (rri f. dtzsitsott oraiiy ififiKALlHSTMMEHTSFLOBID&

ctitcd to itei* ti'llr > V 'Hi:: ,red a< ri'of j A''d the advancement of his cons-tjtueney t j :V J. T. WILLS' V JNDER ami by virtue of a final decree disrase Tof.rc or WnlSnrVs.st orre; :'Vtsd ir -mi's'c invjgcnie uItJrn rxi Mw t,.,J ; fo: saa! 8ryciizap_ S

- ia4 thn4ed I i : V ; 4 lit private life his interest* %va rrauity j Ofor Kdic-f rendered in the Circuit Lake Butler! Fia.TrnL > >>! tip from t'v: fr t 4v bVVI i.l never uiticai-. CtuIuofro '

tluit ibe Kiln: of lew w .a; e.ti I, enii-twi in the cause of suflfciin? "and V di.s j I *. LtiT Conn 4th Judicial Circuit of Florida for It Me (.tv.J hu'r?jr<. ; MiLL 3., : ax i' .
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aV$1(14eL U- mail avaiinbie ; Co., V.t:t ;VVVr YOt. ...i.t
und p1 i ttvyHvi huniuitv: d trtiii i iat ,
jM> being l<*d. he Biatlf-inl countv. dited: February 20lh. 'S3.n in all CI : Li : a V4iVAT
a1I3W4Ij1II i of tttti Hnard practice the Courts of thc
uitliin titnwot1i iKvanie StarJeE'1a.
t. >>nr ilitittsidiivg t>jirlt in its .-imUithalKMrt i a ct-rnin caiiMpending in Cb.inctrjvherein -. > $AV'? ; FtyN(, DCLLAi lXL
au1in dtUtt State. tSTOSice in Court House.
: < Vr1flV 7 ILL William II. Edwards is ?* ? Ei : MRWW.TilK [
*vafl4s1 4jthjft mo L1k psrartioe in all the Courts of the complaiu- aug 9. n3. > "Wi r i ,aSF. at IA rii-f .ifV F-a5SS> tiItsrifh .
U-n4r
4.elty ss as a womau'snitb ;/ 1 1 4vh sad .Oth Juuici.il C ijVU ant and William C Rivera is dcfccdant.

pn.p i t. turni $ lIftreu I a spwit brave ana in.mly ; with asuul : V._ ::: : ::=VV;: V== VV ;: : ::. I will stll to the highest bidder in front of '.01C A N illTi J
doI4r Kll"Omcc
cash.
V V (lfl f.UUd4j ; rrcs nf Mtarinp aloof fr m au.iihl that savored V EDWVtRIVV4, V the) C'ou.rt Iloyw do
liVed fr tin ln.'iidingami osa h i:.Jirtiiorabie cli5>n; with thf V (P. O. BOX 74-J, jACKtOSvitLK Fr. Couny of Bradford, during the legal hours &!igf.tf.it pctf i- ex-.i Ji c y popn'iThere V. .
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1wbay ata, in iflernii is nothing lit it. ?-'i -n bavir, F... ... UR'kkiL. acptas
trwi? in tieoU'i (- love fr his Jo i aud fellow S ; 5-
luan permeatui V JUSTICE i OF THK PEAC'EFull : of fiae, on Manday, tLc 2nd. day of April. .toML atAST Xiiw' T Zario ': V- -! .'T-- ofDETROIT PVt.aA. 2'.ib. I llt1 VV

tf |, fee "Ity faiJs to "ci me 'titw.jwt { f forwhonwe I tVtr'! Jjbrv 1111 of U11I.bili liciniT.Ci mprii t-Jbe> i.depurfcd.all V thuti I DUVAL CUfNTY, V wit 1S83: the Lots following numi-ers, described 5'J and 51 real in estate Block to ) a 2/'? kOTt C., it U's: -aj era._Palatka 1T1> i

8rk *nti rt-a.ly w take the job ff JUT i i V'' .! Ki-lile and AND V -
12,4I v > p irc His vi-ryd\ Ntinil j w.iik M> ii 'e VVMu i'lil.iant ti Notary Public V V
V example the or less lying and Ix-iug in the Town of STARKE FLA.iTzLt .rntrjr V VV : VVVflVV t ltiV. I.. a V*. *5ST.tOhI : ,
----I--- j ynutn) yp w Hij: up around l u* and those ofj La\e EutJ; r; county of Bradford, fet-te of V 2VVfnVVVI&r. V

ThkE, Feb. 2. ISS3. I j maturer gi. a :q ;linfetl with him. Aiaa. YOU THE bTATi; AT L.VRQE.. F lo ihi. Term's ca&h. practice in the 3rd.. 4h and 5th 2 : 7 iD V VL'sijd

- .z 21tnlVtez 1pjpa Cbarcl! Dtesi, *tst I rirag d4-n7cJt exccatpd TS-- VV \4HFYORK.:. Judicial Circuits. Specim! atlcction i 5p.rJ75: Rr1ULI ,, 4lJ4V
V* to collecliQas. V S V V nov2& ,: ; :t si : ao"
V 1IWflL ajd Vtru : Vr Xch. 3-1 Special JIaatet.Attorneyjand V WtWaaii t2 Vr
V V u'5 Itiw
V Pogi4
V DEBTS: C'OLLECTED. VV .j4.; V

Mt3tIkU91 t dIR! kLII ; JI1idit: fMffi'the iU f. feast JtckstivL-. V V V V.* LIVERY JlfiD SALE STABLE. 2'.- VI-V J'iiwi4.Me 3ee1ii 22v;' Vp

teNdjli ," nd filth. who .vsiljantly; Li G Critt.1i

ntt| e ryv cx cnttj ia' V littu fr iw tdt IcVt,41 Q VwD_tbe Counselor at Law 4 4 V : 1V"i'. .

Yti. c.VcFine n1uWe't1Rg1w tin" ictIy imI dTtrsedhis V ;Pr 4 'l 10 tii.rv-,. V
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?WO1ti&id we JxflJt 'e lie nwt imMtefi onHwi! him fsom tU% hsiue fm sitle and a ecits rttss ALL rus r&as. rat V ; s! V VV f1 4'4 !! 1 rA 4? 'l V V 4 iS, 10 JV L4ih&iritIb. ii u4-V V V

tt r.nr **s.rraU m family wiu-re his ure Pl T.ziigvi. g Solidf.o V V
< < ns r'rtlitg the
I I-J inJacknjfle. Equity
flb1I Wf .?11C mskin 4fccbut; pro t hcbwn lathe I ; frreat; w ul has burst its trail rninir tsniii V .J /, ; 4OaV2Di

<}- >i ami h** pas >:d inta lhtjrraml future JFicriclaVTILL *. I ; 3.4t
) bi vi *l The undesigned have V SPi'
V Cqtt ry u>y ever HIKY. estatilhhfd i ir. iStaike ,. V ;;
h 1a h*' to !i\ysi in rminine tl a Ltjrisesquj -: tlie mystery that H Ic* fc&rond ; inn his g piactj--fc in ai\hcStatea: =dFedcraj a Sr'.t-cfus.s Livery and S.le Stxhlc. j wi i if. .L V.. .V a; ( i tWs.r .
will h w ou ia the hearts of his Cow Kefs to *he Editor of hU4tyuPr w'nt : 1. 1Ic'id3iaaiont _!! ii.
: meuiiry assoeiates I'jirtit'a' AttVVVV4
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lbuuthd & C< uttatiia', tw Nt\-aaiMh L Ltbe V needing the use of horse huffjdes j> l7 w3. (4' 1 ItV"S 1( l7 *
fa JitV.Wblits "Ut-" .a.LeL SVVIQV t tLi.pij.cr First &!**? 4ckonihle. SavaD'.iili tn.Pa *s.d VV fr : ; V-ty1.
$ ,Fair at jAfcksor.viOf. nn t w Eibk carruces and wagnns can 'je, promptly V 4 L7V
> < ani'SHf CtLCVfl.V V 1eVs a I: ) c Vt : tziU. g FVSPr ii t&vIrr%.
- in( upcr'ic.$ th # 01 th eV *sn r< Hlf, wo deeplt jaourn his Z15 r :_ I_. T aeei srne VtbI5? F' V arri Now York"re: jccets furnished served.Yecaa: sell new bitwje, a.i cheap I| u1V ila.iLl. toL. stVIC. S 4
p.MgJn .
'r" ". od141tUte4 wTar R ai''ii lost, we f -! tis3kt Hal.-r t4 All dincts | -_ V _hVV.flWflVV ---J if dssired. VVLV noiIni.cpa as hey can lrid> market. I QM.FEny &CO. $.'i3dft1i; ;( M.CH. i iViVUUSt _
f rTi liejife S&-hiotx- iheLahe .5 V
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t LLtliIgiU I $'w >e ,it City a .. 3 T.c' ntn' ba fV-sd ot Our "torn outs" are eK- uat. Give ua a _
I of0fm th ia't 1tr ; 1k.LJ. VV V I2t iUi ztL taVU. } VM ? 1 trial. kor se by Afrirz, Knight & ( 'o.
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<= $$1j4ItttI1V ami H* soou us thVVzR'I ; Bureau i1 tvVnae V p ,. s z. lIjU&IVLV1isuk. Jan. 6th. 'S3. A'> DRE\vS&3cGtTI RE. azi! F1CDZ %' 1IO 7 O7: 3t 9tl1VsQr
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Si ALVAREZI KN6HT&! CO. v f\i ** *Fi "ii Tr'5 fe *" ::tiruin: :

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J4'd ThJij- iiLt last hy ali .-DE4.Etz '- 4 tr.PI.ORIDATT
(iutIru1 wfille dry : : have ;

dtngvFent1y O fflei >nay uttlid no ,' .GERAL- EBCiIANSE! Dry GoodsA; PENiti.1. .- UiL9A

injury to the wirly. : 'SrARrE, FUV.publjd I -

-%-fr. *N* H. liflimfrh, of'rAUjinra- Gn. -1J'IIE- *r *e ) tii JVfcrt-Vwhr C Z?r. Ca:. ; --'- ?s. -. -

.* phased through tilt city \VcdnejjRay last JL Call Uu"SDCCt out ilOCk'in c h WE keep constantly:ofhaai a fulf UQC ofar .J..

rn c.dItW! in? or.ui/e grove onBig& elSfcwfiee a'is&ic'ioanJOT3itSUy gurun4ed: Kll'A'CE llREW '

k -.-* '-fte. This gravfe. from its ijt.ndsoneincl : both of .. a

t 1titkh it- number of rigorous ht-. .- ; --ai

lag trt e* nij. l.y jjicqHiring imf inifamt > -_ _
> "ii< w.ni' i fceos it ttV r inr- ? < e_ ; &

<&& affix'Xrotkeripcare.AISO .
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f --- fc* ** des Justice's Blinks and Notarial
9T I *w*w t** Seaa/
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climate --
; expo ure to the atnios '

$Forthe Cure of Coughs Colcis.w phere rendering them n.irder nmi more au i I Corn Bacon Lard School Books and School b-rve krrbdy Brazb. ro. a in
: .-. iL' MSSJ1fl1w.. tlCnsfr ire 1 I Iw..b I. 'ratle. This is a fiuiy oanonMi- i'ed fw. i Supplies I.tave IiU.IWt11

:Mr S J: T .1, for the Hoarseness, BronchitisCroup Influ! & i attested by nil cornp.-t nl buildcn V. Ws
; ,, | FLOUR,.SUGAR,, SYRUP, &c. .uei' XoTv.1 ?reoiaitWill I'i-I'.r-, i rii.i] ; y, .. Leave ix.di; -
claim ;
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i r ) < > ti. rccfVe jrr-a, A thmaWhoopmcCoughIn-1 to make the f b< -t'l-i ks ever mule lIe uia* Ltivu1fiira -

Vk. n i '-i Ir a .. -wd !< ;. tit r'umpti6nar) \ for the re- in the .State and rautinm: si.jut n; Goods cold chcttp "<>r C5ifi or country pro / VS j as: books can be bought. My revise.1"catal.jsuc! a-id terms ,Ivt L&*le

l -\t u-'aC' J L' s t, jn : no ,Dfkr toi ainuiildinir Our puces duce. Call und cx r..nie ouratock and pn mailed t ti r. !lic >.
.".t< i iii' irnptive in advan-. I junpoM-s. are e on a]>|> ttion.iJANGE Leve: lVtt>p'e3! t?
tiiriutfii Atiii1! set -IT\\, IHJIJfr u1ure perrons i very ie.is i A!!
i rod jf of the Disease. I or Kales! MZ<-> ?{ !b rst ;: iity ai Mill prices. [ Arrive burke. . .. . 1' fLc.ivc
Bradford car load at all '
C mnuTlie all st.uinus on the. Tr5. -* starke . .. . .. ,. >
| by 1)ruggists.-l'rice Cents. connecting Railroads
,, 25 Leave 'Ffcurxtcn .. . . .,
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Hev. Jno. K. Battle) of Thomas cci., MAC WILLIAMS heady for afilivc npebgn at all times.- ,- ,- t'm..' 'j -
waa on s to fiiecdn aud rtUtivtsin Itahn Grinding days-atur.
and Surke FlaHOLLEYMON -
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Blank Leave Wahto .... . -
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thiifiiy aj-d! county hst xveek. He vis Copj in:; IVes-es Inks C.4 '
Starke July 'j, lS79"f-nl. O Wruiptj
Leave GaubSTite. . .
'ted! Lake huller and Religion* Services. School i4'oks. . . .
I other scctinn of the Jutu-es t
I ruutityand l Ml for Lis home in Georgia Santa I'o Pimd ('liurrU.Thr &SPARKMA.PTwrRiL.ToIms ,.._. r Blanks 1dy2fld p lk, i Leave Armionab. .. .. .. .
0.rin'ery L. KEENE Scrap lJo< k3f AVritiuir Paper- Lenve Ballon. .. . .
I ; < J Pastor Rev U F Fsncy (Mod*, . -
; i-'r'>:igly impre!Sc< with the Importance m. Malpliurs, by
ol Ph'inc ProvideiH-e. OF T huto. Ailuims, I'u v elopes, NoUiritfl Seats Lte Archer. .. .. .. . ..
dcsirih uml
having an in Bradford 2i edto
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I H grove I the-friend and etipa ': Fancy Dress Goods! LUtO. Albums; Fancy i Leave Bronxm.. ... ... .,
4 I < i-lL-rod Dr l'ewsouic three thou->aiidaolljrsfor meet mcmlier- said EMPIRE BAKING POWDER C0.f Stationery, Jliusu.% X tc. Le-avc :
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church the
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Luke regiil.irly on
Butler bul fourth Sunday
grove Notions Lsu-c Worstel
V.ND MtNI-r.c'UtrE1Ls OF THE > l.eave Ritw . :
PRINTING RCXINGAXlTmNDING
the Doctor "couidn't see it1 Mr Battle Siturdiy before in each mouth at 11 o'cl-tk at Northern -
ii B hrother in-law of llr J. SI. Johns and ii. in. Arespectfully 1 irtrc atlendauce on cuch meeting CELFJIIATKI( 1)) SNOW FLAKE AND A FINK ttE OF All orders ijioiiiptlv and prices Airie Cidr_ R1. -: : .
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I s.' .'. Cone *nd from his many expression c I > toliirtedApjioIiitmitUi ita) G-L ) cirefully
f1 admiraiijc of our county iId its numer- BAKffiG? (; POWDER ;IIORACE"DREW L<*pe Cedar Key... .. . r .-it.
-.is orance grAc we He! quite certain lie foi SESLIkC and Tempe'i AND C7Vcet Ray fit., r. Laura, *. RVSr Leav Uo>>twoo4J. . --

.r : dvsseUI LAUXDKi' L.U1NG, C..iug. JAB. It. !3 2.--fra. JA.oNvtLLE, FI. : JctkO7u1:4 )Zil Lf.ivetitertveekE.VC -
StAtie S
At con4 in each
Fvuaday Kocthat U
moons. t* cwntractedh the ornet A t.Lazr1"P. JJ.. ki'i J : ;! . .
4Lkdy&feCh moiuhAMr 2ti. 2. .
lt.t t bad while rf & M.I tA n. DENT4I.g3iilhr __ _______ ----____L .. .. .. Ifit
I AtTf ir.fM'fi ilI-Y.urth Suoday in each raonthJ. reJur.duL&'iir . .- : -.
r Mr K. N IloIJister prvseni d wa a few &tr.M -,. % -' 1 4 T .. .. i' .
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G. GRIIIAH.Paitur. RIOHAPD&cE) OOLHBOOKS'!
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days since with s samplf of ynjp made in .: 'r. i. ArrieWaIt1o. .. ... -I'' !

his ofluntry from the Arab TcIn which we ( OP CI)| AC3.) '%V1dU.. .. . i ) .
ptOu1iUfl4C: thc:1 Ljvjjt.J. Jt reembea! i i'untaM4.acy lib I.) "- IXJKOCEKIKS ESPECTFUI; -" '
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Kev Mr. Ktog I'Nr o' lse! t p 4rmsjhcvipens : i.eave T1rstou. .. i > -
IlpUiUrch4i
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ud lize gobhri syrup, ,win 1II(1SNS( L t. of SthrkP 4fld .surr trCC! trko. . : -
)
Iia. i mOte phat4&ft) ; in tfe VjC4? ifeuukf Starft loiUtuic- hoklreigions! flrt4atun1a' ser- he nas iocatfd in the t !y f;>rtM purpose 'aw St.L ttrk... ... .. .. -
4 1 re tilrly on AM) rf pnti'icin.; .; the uK-fJ-Hmof Dental b .: y I'f.iile' -
Come and Suatht.of raefi ; -- -
in buy fur month -
UK exli on Satur lav't_ aitai .
r mpK' 5Iii! store, / Genera! I IJao. gery. Can beK. l..Iiih( ( VCT tliitbre fAIcarv !I..t--'e . .
All Merchandise ;, :n>j.'ht & ( oj It-i'i ti1rlrbrrti------! -

c JJudfonl DivisIin Nn 16, Sons, of Tern Alrarcz person& indebted lo liulalR firm of Srarku Tlu. Starkt', Fia F.h.! H 1.S2. L.t'i V& M.th% ill... . -.: '
Sp.irkman me nupcrtfuUj requested ,
perhsC intends to give a iNM-isljle to its . -.
3 ri-ict hribiwin. ::
tij call nd 1. 15 2 -
settje with the under
: j neer-,4tti* meznb'r leing allowed t Ugued 'iibutit'deav. MRS.-LBOWEH 41ffZ3 Ltiave Brtai r . ..
1 u 1t! MInt. > .rienda-cifl 'VIkUrSIlMV J.ete Rtmsti Hi..;uf .'

r euug Meb b; .<. tUe Red Men Wig B. E. ALVAREZ. COME ONE! COME ALL I ITO 'iH.ALKK K gyT4T Leave l>.H(>f fLctVe 4. . -.
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j, wLYn.}!:iu f yoiJr )baskets along supplied Poa SALE AT A BAu.A1.-A bpknJiiiargain THE Dry Goods and Groceries fraS 'r Le-ave t'.iii.Ki ii..rt'H: ;i ii uswl- .. .. ..' ; -- -
Ih i as j g
s
now 1 be had in the
may purchas'tfalnflletc Arrive fr\ rnujtjlniL -,
I -
.- ) '- f 1vjonI | sttof Black tt nlaiH fui.iturv. MEVSTOR N. E. Cor. (all & \ talnutStaz1ze St?., ii4n4 taiiac : .
LAKE, W! P. with tiJurMe J op bureau and wu-i vuik RAOiNF WIFI

' ; .I EH TI!OM.is. K S.is Call nt HIM olllcc and einminc ,ame. JUST OPENED ON COR. THOMPSON ITla. ENISUT. \ 1. ; -O.k '
wc EVtiT \ UETV iF
-,
beeps constantly .D hiula getcrul stock *
-% .tteti'.r. direrU'd, to the <'ard of Mr .Snow Flake Flour, only 31 00 per BI. at Mi"otic AND MADISON STS ? O01M -

: <' Jonts jn to <\Apitper.' Mr. ..1o3ei1' Wnere a choke selivtion of Dry Goods, of Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons % .. '.Valuo Jor.i. .- :,. :

a' (1t&J1TflT'.CtJ ti' ke' witi.rirs DRY HOOD & GROCERIES. DixA. .. ; ,
p ip Groc'eries Hardware -
? f.r PiihIieaiioi.LAsD SaUL!teas I Ar4 hy crr.hj. ; to oi: w.k : '-- po.i : ri.n' 'nt ct.',
) Hie tSmrs He now keeps a At': ., can uh'ays IK.'iouuii: arid at prices Which she oilers at v 'ty lnw"toirea| fir rf S i IL P. iii, a iT t. \'-- i s t I ii I'L'.r J(' s i4 'r % 1.! L,-..% lhwthctrn. .. -
rst 'ai& .'tit'1b1iui-nt wWreiie will IHr OF*\rGAiMmvn.iji.. FLA., thatilefy coinj.ciiiion, YHUI cash vr country produce.; R1Tof LCTEO T.1Sr! ant y TMultuu; l : iWLkUi5 o the L. i 1iuhl' .r'm -. -
Wfriujds. He is p.itionHgfv jutIy enrucu tt rep.ft.I1ut ..f taiirg"T L.av- () Lii... I.-
I pki'td s.- \< now Feb 10. 1SS3P ly sohriitf(1! undsiiti( t ii.fa.-t tion iuarx. riC -
1w Mu witukec U&er. A first class SAlll'LE(( UOOi in rcaj t.i-UV. ii*> I .. ,.
frtr4ng it. vv riiimun \ OTICE is hereby gr-cp that the fiI ante. !. J. JOMJS & CO."k'irnul ', EST WACO WHELS" tAn ny -
of Store where fine sll kinds' .
JLs Li'juois' of 1 i. uv 'pridtIa. : :
-
i They 'el1 tifia ca'Jcoes and lawns lowing UHined hciticr li.ie flied uoii.:vol -- fmo u SI1't'irtli> Cot Vaicfafurer* hive ab.1icd the? f-arraniy. tnt Agents mav. on ta -ir owa r.ip.u3bItIty. h- .
; ; und !.: "on ice can be had at ail Unit *- } . -
'inn a'nV ;; : -
ijter -
J At Ttuiplc'o.lnli fjrSrt* i.OJOSW tnd-. liU iutciiliuo m mnkti ftnal proof in suj,- !) ( LUtr) {"mhji" !b'i.igit jit tile the folio A liu' warrauty with each wa ivn. if so a'reertVn : .
t ----- --- *--_ _ pxrt of his 'alm.'! nod Unit Mini ptoof.ij| lujrhct nmrki piic I Ik-. I 17. ><51 1- Starke. July SO I67s -nl \ Hereby IVarrji.t thn FISH IHOS! WAGON No. ... ..-to hp well mn<*' Vo every prlc 1t.ifl l.e iVetrArrive .: :
j Jlr. T. H5I 1r.1, < f B-rtion.; Mtss, Inin' de 1cl're Kugiiiet & lu-tcivi i ai l niar and of unod materral. and that the treijitl! of the aTK> ii' snfjir'. at for '! work rh fafCSH.JM } \ ildwi>snl- -4, :

:,. C K ymsn. of this iwiglithsrJicud. Gainesville. ? giw FRED. W. HOYT & CO JFERXANDJX'A ShouLd any b-eaka occur within f>ne vear fro-njhw dal* by reasoii o{ IeiCdVP raaiori.ilor iOZ2.(. .- .
uu Monday, Al.trdi I 1J.! ft p"3 ri
2 wirkmaniliip. repairs for 'be *aai frn: of cbar e, or liia
t. 'ptn in lh- city a "(;l l.:'S3, viz. KJJjuVtli :}: (-i1. ..i IJr.nllor.i ti.. pJ price of Milu repairs a-> per agent's price >it will be pitd in cash by ihe.orcttiaer producing a Leave \\Viktwo -
hatIng !Ljiiruv" in. wth: a News Fla IJd Xo OTj ample of the broken or defective purtt m evidence.
connectpm Wyi J..i tJu- S i of tj h J MJW -< I1tj2iuu! ; FLA.; Lire Likeetr ? - -
fl p L OciuJtftionery and Fa pry StftiflntT4M. ) Tj. 7 S 1122 E 11cnaeLlicflIlos11'! ; REotDg we can gait you, we solicit patron iso frbo every nectson ot tiie Uuilsd SUtt. Sud L.trm1c ( tijla .
A ciroufating lihmry will lie HitKcflst'S lu his I Ideuce _IEArI.E1S IV- fcr Price tad Terras wd fur a copy of T11S KACiSU AGRICULrnaiSf, to .
prove o utis .Mnb it.-- ELL fltLO$. & CO., Katlue, XTtc.yvrihy Leave Silvti SprifiL
gtly reciatwl hy the reading portion wixjn. and culiivutioa <>t, snid h.ia. ... ? t- .- r1 Leave Atrtiiuny 1't.f .
(I' :r t'1UIIluni.y. prtic'i5arly th! > literati viz: J. II. Moore Tkonuu. Dixon B. Gnt 'I 4t.i. l -, .. .':_ i',' 4 D:4c : Groceries, "tffiriTCrfT vfr/VBTSif*tfr>gnrT I Leave Oriuigt- .
-
::; a neW euuriirise: and we wish it tlj.and John! iiatton. nil ol banta Fc Tl.iL : : -
44- '1 Leuve LoImhn'a. i
i Miiccss. f ( iiu1u'.y Everybody knows ("harJle"rvr !
LcavDixt -. .
: >
r'-' : :
.ir ;) !
'
!. "dy Ought to know Mr Ifini..i Feb 17. '33 U. S LanctOice.! Gia i. Arrive Wabfo JunctUa.. i I -;
: a r"id chuck fuii of
geatkraan, -A- n Traica d.&ily.NreIL SLUIi.. .
;( ru,si IMB'S 0. iflo
Vu! n f\
i.ibleFarm
ami Oran .*
j GocdWtions
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-- ------ ----i--- GET OUR P1UCXS OGH1TS Di o& Fancy
:HA.W GOODS J.ttaccUY1LLE r:

I'90t hU 1trw: H&.M, until you hftTe er State niPr.; A D r.'tie. offs f'r s.dt! a'-.' : : U1.I. .'; 'k\ 10' THE (401cG aUnTu.

yr nt d Bff) i.i V Tl.- 1afI.t as ortinuiit of J.i liii. F rw? and Orange Gn in Leave Ti5anlna.! .. . '
()vc the fltil1ltil -
L'e MT!<.r Ofl i.--s jn, Ilojs g4 CbIdr -a'ever Pure ) \: im i I ,iI'! : \ rirr-.. ilEAL, CELEBKATElk
.rlmnd of J'int H1l DRY GOODS HOUSE Leave 11art'-: Koud.. . . .
% .- .t c ( br gut to t iu city at i:o ifc Bott' tuIl4tiahIJg 2fii a.reJaaui1 11CrttIni-r-: P.ii'its. Us:! V-i -iii-fi- t -
.4 .r1s W1TKQVLK1.. uu'ut *r4ir'; lr, .J3rusbead j jVINCKNT Arrive Jacksonville. . . p. :

I ,' Prk1flh1s.iurrt tooIOWtU..

; r.iaveJacksonville. .. .' . .4 pro
"$urnl*% 'last flit earnest-and 1oq1ie i aiicfi''flwi' sfe lfliont O ff.ieltnd ,

>'r. P.lrtn Igirrtjsidirg Eider of tins lunet. \vhicl li piiKJutt' :il! Flor'd.i 'r'j' i9'l382. _ _ 1
I pr..arhf ii a cry able sermon at tie ubundantly. It H ;Lu'.ik-d in_ i hHitd Un '
.V iTeive Fra*iuiijjt! ?..50 .4..11Y
11 o'clock service 31OORJ2: -- a m j ETh
picas.iiit netrijltnioi! d o g i'i( j far -* + --l--+-: -
1 Arrive .''i k t>nvii.l! >. H a KILi b ''it, p in
omvcuiviM t iim lii.." hooK >id1or AGF.NTS TOR THE
meri < a
Vi hog Use incuigcnre our readers i } JD,_ :BELLE: I3SThassnj in ( uve jai-kson 11(if..',.".(V a in. i.i p ii
l' fht d I
( t-iu itry n t. i
i1prvern. Purchase ami Halo of Real
'or a li w weeks taiSil we get through with ) Arrive ttinan'nifi( I 1.2'*) :a rn -, P "
tiiribtrSt
I.I JHPspph I"
ik! Uj. sal- advi-rtiM-nu-nt Like Chritttut : pail VlSi.LNF A, MOORE itti', LIMIT, fi.at tliiis tie ritsr iaiTtc! s'V.imf! JJ.itt'irm-v.: } : ti.it: we tI.Le our oun

Iitt "ad"tomes hut once a yeir :irk
re ni'h; t- ;_i '.i:. iV.-jr <-iiM.vSit} { >>f ,, \vht"ony! v isir Xf\v York t tnict
1ew'oil &t 85 eta. cr *IJon at Tciaplc'hwe on iecondtloor nf Alvarez and KEROSENE,
thzcrr i yenr at t tho hi t f t lie -oas'n; lnjar in iuiml af=:' thit w do an im ; AT FlC&NT'I. FL ,
(
store c::. &c. &o f
nc-v : ; With N.'w Y.rl. uid Fernad.u .
I Ismiimt rtnd thiivtouonl iu Iargi lrt ts \i.i, .> add ;
zie vvcic hv had aa un- lugu&t 12. ISSj fIni.e s, / hay > f4'rua ship Line trotn New York oo T.i < -
ORDERING ELSEWHERE.
% jy1rge| oumbcr of vifcitorfl in the city BEFORE. I 109L1 adonta'jfts.. $ CL, . ; I IYok

.'('pei3ng Any gnoeh we send you that di not give p'rl-t '=:uiFi.tic-.ii! : can. be n- m 'ihurs-b: >. at iw ia'in -1 J JtfX -

S -- Mr- T. W. Sweat, uf tl popular- firm <>fAh B; AUSTIN Mnii'd tu us at our exi nMt*. On tt-n dollars urtli! ..f jjt/udf, and ovi r, i i.rhi i. on4.4pru.With zincl Fl's( .' -
Lcorgia ;
r
t tiw:% it fOOt hi|;& on Ont' nf his plantations M.NCFATTIr1i: ox W. 1IOYT & CO It-red to be nt C. O. D. We prepay t'zirage tv the nearett station or ilomlay. ior JM < > .-- <.-. I! .

'lier \V< rtl ngton Sprmys, in this tountjM.tj -. Tin anO MiI( et-1 iOi Ware, July i. ifibs _Jy twehtv dollars' worth and ovf-r. Sample sent free of i-harfte ripoii ippi! ilav.

i//3 _ _ ** IT
I UnAilbCi- AYt imA! :i cation" but we reqnet-t that he :.uti< !iipo dijre1 be t ilu-d- and
M L SIcKino'-y. Col. -lUimled av
Dr ewome. of F mko Butler and ColLJubn ; PARLOR, 'i1CE .\ '; ) CUITN: ( WJH. RIVERS >bibii>. June :>, River LrtBdmgh fii V. -.I -

D. Johns, of Pine Hill, *vet* in the __ i i for ot. JLtry Uu. : 1 1AI DJ1 -

.:its ijIv da last w ekOi WHEN TREATED WITH ? ') \ pEAEI; ,u&&I W dne.Iiv.;
: -

:k 12' bufl en-d la1ng in nwsW'k i O.TDSGBOOEEIES r rIrlc t To 'tad froi.nnt: .1 1 H -
Davis Klilcr
: gusd!, Lwi IhO3L cIothn4r. Perry Pap
te..ttTcpeMU; EtCrc.or liLt at 72&aitttt d 4. -. > -
; ; put-

Veht to b< ast the superior rn.I lids troniierfiil! ren.eily )ins paved thc j -t:4 :-,1 At J's : -.

d4u.! of I lfrA<1f tnitlifnlly Ixist week we bc.*. tUkceU j ))5v r of D>any, ijiauy children N TV. ('r'ur IThait znd (.cci1! 9t., \ : V.. r..jfl tt 'rrn. ?-e-.t: :tu-u : .X L ..'t Tt.l ( from -
.. Zi. J
S J
l.- 2 ? and i "
.
I. .- ': a na., ;
(
c-rJ? \r J"I :: e :
wb nliaost -
.1 iar vth Mr. S. J.Thfii1e rfc.-vi with .
( &!B* **-gnt Otarke FloyidaKoeps I F l c.y l(1f1'. I-- -.r .a5.rc a..h lc j.t ( AT t.rrt i :
? trees ht tn1e this aca.I 1t 1ti 9-i: r'XTt'T''IBj T X.'Nttl. iZL. To and fiwiu 1' ..i: .
_
tl. s -
A crovi-tb <.f T wch-e l an l thirteen inln LIIP/IT/Ej7IA. T.tr; i" HJRA1 SJSLEYCc: CO. Rochester'UV.LOUIr : Critgo, 12.-Mp m.

'he ) ; early in tle season i? certainly I ieSTOVJS -constantly in store a general stock AT \' '
i
'a rriii' !hul Mr Richard Hapeomi. r*

:,ing it*. > :t tu miles) nonhst nf the f. Ezr:7 Wl-cin Yle -.. n ai 0000 AND GROCERIES! With Stage Li.. : -L.;: -
,
,,
'i
villa asd ajiip.t : -::
i isy, )ln '.ti'1 up"n our table 8pcinr.< ns of : ..t.- n:' L:y caserrwiti Dirtrii ? STEPIIS-NS
i t.riL d .'Ui.t tL i. coatd Which h* offers .it rcmirkaolv 1'prices., -
ih g'r' tnndc by his or cge tr iie' frr C'ah or Cousjlrv J'rciw.e (i., 4rs-tn: TI> com % ':i'3
-- .t son winch ITIC.IUT eiffhtecn iot'hf in I With Florida \ i it',- H -'

let jth :Mr! HnpRnml is the happy and TAtw3 tti: 'I t& Ju3l, ieitJd1 ; UIIAI.Elt iN 4onpftny's:: bte.tt ..

I fortunhJ priipn 't< r of & reratrkably 1ze.imnrcgr..e 1onday ant! 1 < i .
t 1weiv. 1 .i L uXV* I($Z ( y? ia -
\\liirh h< keeps in a wry Of UTcHEs IOCIB IEWEIRT KB Mom CURIO1T1ES | 5!>today aod Fnrt
the latest and
most
approved ,
pat ,
high .tmie of fullivtftnn and which it no ?* W or For ujftj.'tt'aiHiii ietc. -: rrFlorWa -.'- --. -

very dKlant >ln\ in the future will place ?iWGOTS ALL KEEP IT. I('IIlS.Crokirig for King's Cpmlmwtion SpectacJp an Eyeglasses.Vateh ., apply- *
State
ulm in #*. front rik e ricJj lorrfh 01ti uu-n' iis of all kzmd. !LTti1v Agent I A -- -- -- -
t,4. ]%flj 1. In si frw'y Rrs pnre every wan LIFT AND }'ORCEPUMPS Ilepairing f niility.. I i. |"i 1 i--: I: L'.4 \.

; in R>4 ',: e wifl be ricii.N. ItlCIl \Vn.uglitInn Pipes : A-'
,
".. d 4 up.r.-ct'l&j3..l..nt DRIVING WELLS A 1 _\-- .&'. -S.'c, .- il,. IJrn.ign.oiI the OyMtj AlHsator. Janiy m.
H lif! left f lib home : SP.ECAtTY.
( ter >r tn ; SDY&Ai.iitIis4ejpla. & c : 4 .
Central .. i %V : -
T"elan.. \Vu>c*, ,sm. lust Tuesday lieV Tin and Iron lloofx put on unywVrein J t --- -- -- ------ -

w ,i) return fflirly kext se4sca and perhaps: !; Notice for Publication.I tile interior. Ordvrn for tin I 1 ltailr'n141 ''inmlt rti
g-ilters
:.i --ttiir. Jle i ii; fl4tW satistk"< ih*l his <"r-j I GIXtSH.LE .) J.zfr .j.. -
OFfc'XT Fl-A., -
\ ) AT promptly filled. Wind e' ctnes for
i re StroVe wj1 prove n grand sticceasi'u .- 4ficwOiin; i 1 1l th.- : .-- i -- : -
I more t tie eesf h the better he likt-s ]i Fth. 10, 188.i pumping water promptly ert* ted on C .

Tbt hHn whaiit admire ui rPC i Notice 5? hereby given ihitt thefoJowinp order. ""Church Factory :tn4 School Ut W4-r-AaD -

.,, grwt% I'hflber it i s liis own or M me !I named cUJei has dk-d notice of !na intentiou Uells for sals 'at a bargain. E'1oxid. onUK. >I*Yui.)L- )r.' J -

>oiiy eJse's.! w not a fit sabjecl for 1'aritc1ie. t.) iaike final proof iti support of hia J. L. GASRINS acSo1ille &u z : I-i- T. ,. :
; claim and that onid proof will be z.iadeiw- &J 84o .. .

I JLXr oDF1.Boots : 1UW tiJh-o_ -" l:_-- --- -

b Mt gore. i WeiiiH-siiH >larch 19. 16S8. viz. Au -
on Having contracted for a large assortment Drugs. Medicines F.K :

-iii-;: : Q Adainsinform UH that his o wc 1 drew SuUuaii f Bradfonl rouflty. I'la., of cook And heating fctes when iroswo & Shoes, Clothing, Hats t.Z5 1.15 AT I.- -. .- Ue. l.
|IM No. 63b5 for the K i "f N E j. "tec. 26 Siarke Ha.
at its loweit I '
? rate ara now -' -
r nmlitcion Uilli rd *n l Pn< l taWe tepfeon 2.3O 3O tau.t t-- !i
&c.
Htf and Is tiaily eipecti-i. *Vuhoys. T1kSfl22 E. prepared to boll at foundry prices Notions, a--: 1-
i way
lie the witnesses to -
iMMMes followinj: All dtlivcftd" &a -
goods
ahei prove iincontinuoue residence upon. a uculUVMtiiHi at the vannu Physicians' Prescriptions L Ybk i: 7' ) ('.' ( te rices. ttO! ire '! '- -

\Vc h a1 vvi-y plca>; ai %isit from Mr. I of Siiiliim1.! viz; J. H. Moore, transportation stations within the t sty frte Carefilfy CmnptjvjuLd at a.l faun-dzy or i.r o -. -

Wra Itjthr1soil. of M. Louis Mo., anefliy Tbos Diron. B Gritlis ami John Batton. of charg1. All jale-"r caih. viffit. Carpet Matting and Oilcloth a Specialityproinptlj 10 .. .-..... 1.Ar

: but wtek Mr IticliatdsdO liaswwccii all iifsnta Fe. FL., BIU OME ST ihoxe M:< OD.Fla July 26. 1873 -nl_._ ,- 2t5 tram -- :'V -
--
j iJamh.onu'young orange grove at I awtcyfyr 4 L. \. BRiES, Fermaadina ( >e.li. I'1Paynes' ') ff'OrtLe.r al tc9mdCI ti-i. ." T !n-l"C. 31.Pass-ngir sni.r.-i nt ttLti'- .- .

the past six .yeans but never cast* eyes Itegiter.I'eti. .PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I- I Ri.tunntng. t-vr.i, 1. s:. - -.
-
it few since He is 1 7. t&3.ComtnI&siomier. AUTOMATiC at J.4CK**N V I U E a. -
upon UDU K tlttys Engines, DeiaiIctic. pectin.d vrhh J-Ii'U U"i n n.S. :
4k hglily Hcascd witij its apf arjncs as onei.4 Sale. 2 to too Horse Power.Cheapest i vifle. ttafit, ix *'iurj{ .! '
,te'.dfty inwstae front the tact that $ -
B. ROOERS & CO. bL1f.ELikSOXt. -
w it bs been- :UM3ktJA> > 1'nm1ite *upr- BY virtue of an order of the c >uutvCourt DR. J. HAYHBS (:(iE.-- : -

? ; 'bg: of Mr Eoilill who "doi'tb All ia and for the cwunty of Bradford | At Jacfc uvilfe wittz w.. i S'' '. :.

things wrf! In a jvir or twc more per- Suite ot Doruta. dated ihe 25th daj, -. .... wHOLESALE: GROCERS & DEALERS I tall j>cu.; >< t
!hnp ix'Xl witrtrr. Vlr Uic 'artUoa will of January, \ a. IH S. 1 will offer for i -,. .35trgeun =
creel f haiido'vikc rtssidtnce on his jjroNevrtth sale to the lrighei bidder in tront of the Mitiiia.Ie. ir wtth River titauei% f.t'' 8i1 int I tuV

Uir view 'if icK titiu himself pcrniaj j| Court ll ue dor, m the town of Lake GENERAL MERCHANDISE' 4kt it With th florida V

. nc.tl) in Florid Mr It. is # 95 dcgnv ButiiT, Florida on the first Monday ini : or M8b i1db OtDklwk* irv -
ii irer-sd | March next, theiu I-cine the 'i'ttuj KEYS FLA. ,..h .
M.tvtii. od t>> reqa<; t. ( a bigfaiy :i e CEDAR .Sit the fsk. iy tr&b.s .s. ai -
.- ,.;- uu-rcitnig and m tru<.< 4ve J>rmre onj j day of said u otiih. l>etween the re ulnr .PUrM.tt. ,*nd ,u.uIti-M2. V.. a iiuiih. Ekrida. aiA Wst4ru 1 -
; V. ark bclorv the l,nljje. m this cuy. ou 1\ hours of salc. the totlowiii real suue !x:. j jf ; *-f b.tI* th ,,ot l rn ticI. a.d. at ntcr 3 ma':.li.i ut-O. ( Cszr.i WE RECEIVE CONSTANTLY IX OAK-LOAD I TSHadnut's t baayfe swL 4vulJa.4X -
of C1iimbet1m Redtinz ';; tt.. 3.W ?s't& Y. ; WIUI flt. Xar &;..ri -
2- : turdsj'' Ist Mr. H. is a i N M ,j I Iift-ii3dnr tn 4ht' eitat.e i
Pearl Grit, and Cream Meal aiour Favorite 1hiu.tUasamd SiitrtLt.
c K$'y..IAne 1ot1ge. No. 343 A, F. & A M. ;f iatc of'said county of Dmdfund dett sed. I MltthO'e iier jtZ Snr'-t -- -

: : Kiup KUwuajittg (.Mipler. No. 50. It A. 1! for llstributi amony the heirs wf said ea i Bibles; Hltmrw. .. )ciitLst Jlrauds of Flours : : (atvnd35. Mid 1se aui.-- r

: : M. P. Ecu. i.X>*u., St. A-lilernar I'onTdy.No ..<. tale, aid n-jtl f 4rtt<; atuaU'din Bradford j )-, BMk&McMa T.nUo*ftr. T"AG'9. _WLEL :d Llui2rv(1a.for Aashki.'t CUtidU.sb-I rturn( ; .

IS. K. T. *iwl an lion Life Member ,(; comity, Sisle of Florid*, known and de- -- STARKE, FLA. *'CHAMPLAIN'5 HOBBY." \P.vt: Prces'i P.OGE8S' BEST" (Fancy Family / x. Dtr.jr.) J s, McL. 1 '

4 Hoyal S.Join iu >I(ther Lodge No. 283.J -;i scribed as follows u> wit: W1LL1Mi1 l LAKE ALL TVOKK GUKA TEED. OUU PUT,' Chiiri.: : Faimly? tiiieta1 Mia-. e". Master vf TniOH*.
: -I1.Lkm.: By ItU iociition L.t*tty will hate 1 j The S. i of Lot 2Co. 3 and the NIV J ofitbeS ,
W in 1 5 IN of Rinse 2I\ Office over the ore of N. J. Jones & Co t PKOMPT ATTUyTIOX GIVEN TO OWEfl4.a *:
: *ii d a Valuable m-qin-Uion the State of } S:h'c. Tp JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTAUY corner of Mad ?on *cd ThorapaoD streets. IK. A. i SMITH, f
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E 80 raor or css.
fki4 gu'd citizen stid Ihf Masooi' containing acres _
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Prntciflity nubic and eotbusumlc workr -;I Terms cash-purchaser paving for titles PUBLIC AND COUNTY T5 topeolr -
I lliirrfc tb citfswBx ef fecounty.
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the of Mr.t L. B.1UIODES, 5 i r- TI 1i A t-q- .. ?;l *D4 CMrpt.** !
MJV It Ii bpds. ptirtacr -1't TTSES "ft- a day ath-vac enaiyr mli I
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} Iwrdm.laie Jan. 29. 883. CotnmiaiJcaer.A. SURVEYOR 1 L outfite frte, A liliky. of I4wtfy. i" tite wiM fe e Coet b.- 9 eI Cut-r,4 b *afci.sltt.f t ..
fet. Loui3 1o. J..uvta..ilaisa. I $. ol .# 3 .4 c' 11 ie.'. n-b. *a *.ti Uut T1Ia* ..mdti5aL specially treated.- WHl. Uuw -
ware >>|. 1'b WEEK. !12 day at hone'asIy re / Temple's Mill, Fla. 0 m -- i. .,,. *jii-b-o pas a4 .. .* I 00 Sxrs n iaI.c. btOUOtI
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"> ron THE FARM riD HOME. middle of. the corn-field the- butter- 1eiwould' paste, and'wken it is. done brush over: ."YAVTSAND. 'COHHEXTi.' .*. .Q CAUs S, I APPRElIEXSIQy._ It appears; from theGerma1imperla.11 A nUT I'"TlTJ'IT1JUn.- ,ilo. -

>,J-;: -, 'iThe ? ,Thy I1'.t'im, t'.y",1 frn1ir' ..trtui'Spetial budget that Prince tJ'NIDH -1
of
f' ndt find them as ,they fly low thetop with beaten white egg.Iicold ) '
Of' Uonnon -\ L'zofeona:E-J:1.'rll'u..t of the receives annifi S .
growing cellor empire an
inguence '
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3f. SaehiAsbCs. and like plain sailing. Jj j ,wc ther this pie will keep a week is thutslde1Jta1as well .as in that Few things give more-pain than dread or of $l4OQOwith the free use of ." .
Ashes are valuable as a fertilizer and and is good.-farion Harland. aerritoryWasfr1blymustrated JSJost people are able to tne r I'
very
A shed should be in every in the tt
dusting .
T his official residence and $5,000 a
r apparent danger heroically but the sadls:land yea -
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should be stored in a secure.place as they poultry yard. It may be a few feet. Idaho legislature a short time ago. A unexpected coiling otsorne" indeEni- for maintaining it., The arabassadoiinkSt.'Petersburg f :1' .,

accumu1ate|in'the winter. To throw square, according to the number of II.GaeboI411Iutl. resolution'ras introduced i providing calamity.'veT' naturallyettikeS* terror ,K(.. and London receive

'f' them Ut on the snow or earth is both with sides but a good waterproof An excellent shampoo is made of even the bravest. For t his reasent light nirf)
birds no that every member"should be required and tornadoes considered terrible their 187,000 a year each thoso. in Paris,
:4. wasteful and u The feet of ; :
tidy. passIngclipdrerfand roof. Aheap of dry ashes should salts of.tartar, white castile soap, bay t o take oath thai he,was not a bigamist coming and poin;"are "BO. sodden, unad Vienna and Constantinople $ ,;

4IIt ) older persons w.ll track be put under this, and it .will soon t be ,: runrand lukewarm .water. The salts) 'r polygamist, and has, nd,'sympathwith nounced andpnknown." For this same reason. each, and the ambassador in Rome : "

r hosattcredshes' int4tliq'iiouse and sOOn how much the fowls.appreciate it. will remove all dandruff, the soap will 'the Morm concubinage.system; an unknown disease tOme Toison ia the f-25,000 and ambassador baa"! a

',. increas fie labor of the iousewif A.I Xo: fowl will thrive it covered,with Insects soften the hair and clean it thoroughly, and their blood, some malady:that is gta4aaUYUIlQer- ; every" .; .'t
but the 31orjxwna bouse. The to
symjam ininahelife, is specially dreaded by all free largest salary paid r .
barrel taf a fence"corner'ls..bett than j and the dust bath alone7will,keep a1 rthe bay rum will prevent taking t hizeisroT qr0UseflOUgh to ,thinking people Aftc:'indeed, there are 'ahyitate functionary is $4OO.which :: 1 :' .: I
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nothing,butanash pit jofbrick. or stone them'aw y: ,D/y'ttshes:should be used;; 'cold. .< ( gopd reasons fqr such dready-lor mod rn of Alsace-Lorraine rrare <.

is the safest and cheapest. Disastrous wet material is no gootL yi*& .* v- oU.doth i1rc '"" "zw... -,.. rofencehas .discovered that..Bome"virulendisorders b.o..governor
take = '
To wash tian
fireS often originat from a :" are1esshandling : a pan i .If- show fen least 'sfgiw'ift,theIr beeintlBgs ives.- ._ _.. 1 _
of As a rule, it may be stated that soft lukewarm water, a nice soft piece "The'estimated! potton crop in rife whila they havathe'wOMt possiblRjmptoms. ( :

ashes. A smoke-house moisture and filth. are the prevailing of flannel, and wash your oil-cloths ; cotton-growing States and Indian Teiritory We know of many persons whi' you bald? Cdtuutlne.l" "_ 'C' .. .
that I is, an ash pit, with room above,, have doll and uncertain pains in various por tract of petroleam,tli9*only cnretlruo -.: '" tt ..
of foot-rot in All de- that of 1882 is follows ,
causes sheep. them t :
wipe very dry so no drop for the as : .v .
for holding meat while being smoked,is year Hong ofthebody; wno are unnnturn.Uy ti:1d: 'I cesa, hrj bca improvs, so that it ill O'\1r z-w:, 4Wcsaa.io .
convenient if not essential outbuilding caye and detache horn should be water is left to soak in and rot the fa. Bales one day and apparently well the neit ; who< the most delightful dressing in the world.The ::2li: .herttllo *b.iocik.dZ .,
a
away, wihout wounding the vita] brie and you will have little cause to< North Carolina....; ..... <3t,00) have an enormous appetite at times only natural rcaljiair restorer ever prodacetTbttt 4.oted to b.tVOrW1Cb I.the

on every well-regulated f arm.-Ag- parts or drawing Applications complain that they wear out fast provided South Carolina. ..... .... 613,00 and a loathing of food soon there lluntnuil of iliac of a Kf.rtadr, aad ta obliged to keep UaBfatimti. b

riculturist. of tincture of blo. then be made select of make Georgiaft .toO after. Such persons are really in i a b three times the man he was before he banairj <. .to help her antwerUte larg eorrg poadaowluchdaay "
may you one good F 59,00 dangerous condition. even though they i Wells' Health HeDP t'r. $1. pours ta pon her,eacaOeartng specUJ
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once daily. The sheep should be kepton After ,'a."hingantI drying if a cloth is: Alabama. .. ... ., ... ..;. 7G5.00Mississippi may not realize it. The following statement Doi'x1JlrL'nxntlb'tsr. "Ronh on Rat-'' burden of snffertnff cr Joy at nlMA from Jt Y r

Treatment Tbrmh. a dry floor and supplied with clean I wrung out of a dish of skim-milk and 9, ,OJO of a most prominent physician who Clears out r.U,mice --caches bed-btigs. lieLTON'S TesctabloCoiapeandb*modicln* for food ai/ ..sotvra

The disease of the horse's foot dry straw bedding. Until cure is established water and the oil-cloth is rubbed over: Louisiana. .. ... .,y. 47'5,000Texas. has had unusual opportunities for investiga Patent Metallic Heel Stiffeners purpose* I haft peraonaBy In e tle te4 J aad-

. . ... Y .. ..... ..... 1,311,000 tioni3 of so striking and important a nature am. ntlsflod of tbe troth of tola.
known as thiush consists of inflammation tho animals should be kept with this and then again veil dried that it will be with keep tew boots and show from running OTCI of merit It Is recommendedand
vkanaaa ... .. .. {. .. ... .. G4t,00Tenn read interest by all: On account It*proren
of the secreting membrane of the from damp or wet pastures or frounds. the freshness and luster of the cloth eft ee.', ..J'1. .. .. .. 305.\ Sold by shoe and hirdware dealers. prescribed by tho best puydetana- UM oontry. (

frog, and appears as a fetid discharge Before animal can lay on will well repay the extra labor. Virginia, Missouri .Indian Territory I ASSOCIATED CHARITIES OF CINCIN Are you Bios .' ny the remedy that I. One anyai"1$ works lIke a charm and ..nepaID. ziuch
a cured M''. Clement of Franklin. N. II.- the wont form ef raJI1IC
.i. .. .. laX KA.TI. ItwfflcOT* entirety
from the cleft of the frog with lameness claim made by the body to be kept Dust will accumulate in closets will -- BOARD OF DIBZCTOK3. llool'35:1I.'Lilll. m'uJ" Lowell. Haas of the ntcrus. teneorrboo''trccnUr and paJnMl

when the frog touches the ground warm must be met. In proportion to sift in through and under the doors, 6,488,00thecropoflSSO8 Joseph Aub M. D. Julius Iteis.Julius --- K nW10oaI1nrb.DTrOUb-.1rIta.tio\

as in going on a soft road or over peb the degree or warmth afforded to the after one has done all she knows bow As compared wit Balke. Jr. II. A. Smith M. D. -------w' THE GREAT GERMAN t:1aentkIn.J1ood1Dl all Dfaplactmrata it especlaCy and adapted the eon.to

bles. The treatment Ls to the in will there be I ol of bales. Mrs. M. F.Force. H. Miller. sequent 1tIiDal1PAk&Ad
open boy, that'proportion to prevent it. If a woman can afford there is a fulling 118,000 dI1'I C1WIe of."
REMEDY
discharging cleft as much as possible a surplus of the food given which can I to have a regular chest' of drawers of Mrs.Frd'k George Lunkenheimer.Hunert. Rev.Daniel ChM.Wolf.W.Wen te. It permeates: STOrY portion of tho I1Jtem.and grte* .-

and inject into it a solution of sulphate go to increase the fat deposit. An L the exact length of her dress skirts Antananarivo capital of Madsi J. B. Wilson. FOR PAIN. BewlirearulTlgor. It remore* fatotnera. CataVncy.

of zinc; then dip some tow in the soS eminent authority, Dr. Playfair, said;: she should be counted as one of the gascar which Frai ?e wants to get possession destroy ellcThvLrZ.for It itlmnants.andrcUeT enm BloaUnff. OemS awecfeinevotthoitomacn. ifen m;

Jution and fill the crack. Do .The food is fuel, the excrenfents: art happy; if not,, she can shield her black of, is-a beaijtif city inhabitedby OmcE: No. 27J WEST Eicranf StncET, i BelleTM and core Serroua i'rOctmntO, General DcMUty SleepUgsBesa,

twice a day cleansing the foot each the ashes and the expired from I ornamented with 0. ANDSSSOM, M. D., SirjH3WTssDEr.CINCINNATI. > DcTresdonanaimUcrKtion., That facUnc ordown Marine
gases silk and velvet dresses in this way::: 80,000 people 0., DES. 2, 1332. ) RHEUMATISM, and bockacha to always

time. Give the horse one pound ol f the mouth are of the same composition I take two breadths of wide cambric, massive public buildings,rays an Eng J/esws. Editors : : Neuralgia. permanently canslns cured pun,by weight its uoe It will at aU linmi and

4UUll Ll bt1mul"tlrruk J h'tftftJt Ttl# e furnace"d.P up the chimney of aTlieTsurest t sew them together hem all around L lisliman who Ufedthere many rears I have during my professional career of Sciatica, Lumbago, u zdtr nil clrcnintanee.ect jpJieTTnO1..tikt "_

vent lameness when upon soft grounduse ii .""T'QrJ" .nl run in 1frT.flQ f4-d..,,,,. and recently toll a London audieno many year practice. treated a large number k : that Eor rns the female system.
: BACKACHE
a bar shoe or a sole-leather sole way to ascertain the'ageof them together or pieces of elastic cord about it The j prime minister who i is; of various disorders, of which, perhaps, It cost y S L t U>t tie or six for$S,and to sold by
sheep is 1 by their front teeth. The Yare In this the dress skirt. none have given me more troupe: thai the HEADACHE tOOTHAOH drae Jti Any advice airedM to special caM sad
stuffed with tow.CIIlB ; slip Have two
I the queen's misland, is a man of mysterious disease known' acute nephritis tha names or many who hare been mtuied to'perfeethealth
;
eight in number and appear the loops on the band of the skirt and let marked intelligence and culture. Hi aud while it miy seem siranc ?, it is, nevertheless SORE THROAT by tho usa of the.Vegetable Compoond can be

Wagon ""eel.. first year all of one size. Tho next them come through the top.of the bag c understands, the a parity and the need; true, that the physicim is genorallj QUIcsv.SWELI.n'os"lilRA.INS.. oh: lned ly adt!.sslns Un.F. with damp for reply

year the two middle teeth fall out and to hang it by. The object in I I greatly annoyed by this mystsnoas trouble, c at her home In Lynn,Moo.
The following experience, which a in their two havinj of the people th ughly> has abolishet L specially. when the case is of hereJ.tarj. Soreness, Cuts Brutset, For Cdnejr Complain of eitlur NX this eOinpe.laansurracscd
large
grow one L both ends is
writer sends to an exchange, will b e ste open so that the dress: idol worship and other superstition origin. It;is doubtleia, the first staM oi : 1 FROSTBITES. as abundant testimo&lals show.

found of value to farmers The third year a smaller tooth appears may be slipped out at either end and I practices* of the plalagassy race, a'1d I I the well-known but terrible Bright's diseaseas nt'RXS. SCALDS, "Kra. PiEihamIsLlTerPillB,"say*on*writer. *arJu

both time as saving on each side erf the two larger ones.During c also may be arranged so that it wil 1 stopped the importation of slaves from I the kidneys contain large quantities of A nil all other bodily aches bat ill tkt vorU for the core of Consttpatlom.BlUoosncss .
and money: "I have a the next (or fourth)year there not wrinkle. There should be 1I albnmea; and white children and young a..d pains. and Torpidity of the llrer. Her Blood

wagon of which six years ago the felIocs I- are six large teeth. In the fifth a loop Africa. people! are especially Habit to its attacks, i'n FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. fvr:cr works WOnderS! in 1U fpcclal Une and bid fair'
year on the bag also by which be left
shrunk so the tires became may prevalent with all classes, and usually con- to CTnai the Componnd In its pcpnlAriry.
loose all of the front teeth are large. Afer hanging in the closet after the skirt ii I tinues until late in life. J Sold I.by all Direction tornpirHt.1 In 1lanfrxio Jia Enn respect her as an Ansel of Mercy whoaa sal.*
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gave it a good coat of hot oil and Manuel Biases, commonly calle-l .
> that the only way to determine age taken out.-New York Post. One obstinate case which came under mjobservatiou n. 13 .n1bttionbtodogoOUto0tb! j
every year since it ha. had a coat c foil of sheep is IJ the worn of Old Blazes" is a New :Mexican gam. was that.of a lireman qf thi; i j: The Charles A.Vogeler Co Fiadc1pkle.ra. \0 MIT..a..n.

or paint,sometimes both. The tires the teeth. ) appearance' _ _ bier, with a portable hell (n wheels city who applied to me for treatment. Th -i j (tuMiu.il u A.TOOtLia CO.)

are tight yet, and they have not been Antiquity of the Umbrella. This is a car something like thos<'E case was diagnosed parenchymatons nephri 'f-- iUIUlran, B4* C.B.1.
tis. The
Cuttings from geraniums betaken ; man was twenty-four years of a-t-; -
set for eight or nineyears. Many farmers ca used by traveling photographers! bu plethoric and light complected lln state.tnat .} --l'rVNtf-1_ _ _ _ _
at time. The best Is to before the
plan Romans the Etru
think that any Long is and circus bane he had suffered from trouble Ilo.tetnr', Stomac; BEEN PROVED !
as soon as their wagon : as bright gay as a : urinary : ;? HAS
felloes cut the branches about three-quarters rians employed the sunshade, and the from childhood, and that he had 'doctored' ] TE11 Bitter gives Bleed I 1 I
begin to shrink they must at wagon, and is drawn by six handsomi ,
go n's
off during the latter part of the summer L- people of the Eternal City were not a hundred tunes, each time improving some yv n.stotb.neree.th KrnWEYd.
once to blacksmith horses. contains fan IELE93AUO ::
a The interior
the a
shop andget after which in short : duceu
bend them down and !they will] blow, when once the individval a while, he would re healthy.01 ,
tires set. Instead of doing that whichis table, a roulette wheel and other : lapse into his former stite of miety. I !prescribed oral flow of bile, pn I Do- tome backer a dbor&tod iwtaFdX.
callous
soon and form roots when umbrella had been fbI
they introduced to shelter
often a. damage to the wheels causing ; tures for gaming. Manuel has ,' the usual therapeutics known to th*. Tents constipatialUumt a ,i_ta that ve are a rlotlm> TUCf DO JOT i I
can be taken off and potted. Begonias )- the at the circus UESITATS ua KrD2fEZ-WQ3T at
spectator on days nrofession with the same result! that my col i 1. andnly p-e: ) cmce
them to 'dish, if they will get some can also be propogated at when it wa too windy to of assistants, and goes from ;'lace to pine liagnea hid obtained. Ho got better foiiwhile r 1, tl. J ice the J--gent( ,(draj: Uts recoauft43d It) tad it wi3 epeCdil.Y 1,
any permit
linseed oil and heat it to the'outlook for tfi. :OTergoma tic dioeaafi sad rsMora heaiUiy n.
boiling hot and according profitable and then worse again in fact bll. .7" Vcuaol ; so
season of the when the plant has the of the in "
give the felloes all the oil they can take, year use velarium making it business. Thus he i is sure to appear al hat: he had to lay oil for 'one time lie -.G-t. =:: and by pnraulmji I.Z : It I U a SURE CUSS for e.tt \

it will fill them up to their usual size young and suitable hralcht' The serve them in their walks at the baths. every large fair within 2'0 miles ol it' Buffered intense pain; so much so that r, i .t't-,, a ngormi 'DISEASES of tho LIVER.It .

Hex varieties can be pronozated from The two slaves who carried the fan confess I had to resort to hypodermic iajec- _" :.ljoooditioq of Vbi ; It ip ciflo mrtim on to '.raort irayortont t \.
and
tighten the tire. After the oil ;a the,J leave?. At any time when the y and.the parasol were de rigueur in the the Mexican border on either side. Anew tions of morphia. My druggist who J.,e* ( ; ph'8IoalIJlltem. proo.o .organ anatalin;it throw off tarpl .ty and Cvaotloo ,
coat of paint is a good thing to keep o' and prosperous mining camp offers how di i gu=too I was with! the C1=e. atv: : Jga incites, aim, tha I tl-nnfttlngtiiahaaltojr! tecretloacJtaaBi '
are fully dev.eloped'n Final! section ]f train attendant ,
the noble Roman .
upon cbffttaloftt whial >. and by Iceeptaz do bowels tatseoomiltlon -
not to dosert the
them from shrinking and also to inducements too and lately he established willing man, advised Rid .o .
keep ,eCeotiai iti rocnla? diacluz_"
t I. the tramt Indumtlna
the
leaf alone is to ,
matron
whene'er
produce a she took her walk
necessary try: a remedy from which he (the dfujfgis!f .
out the Texas
water. If do not wish togo himself close to of a weltt>*l la&c
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you ( plant; cut in such a manner that tin abroad upon the Alpianray.. TheRoman's camp iiiR=e'f, had derived greit beneit. As alroTning 'condition of aJ J MaIar" ;
to the trouble of He has the ol .have the c.tflz 1
mixing paint yw meeting. reputation man catches at a striw I b theanaIpowers.Ii
pro-
junction of two ribs forms the base ol umbrella for protection STor..ACHtrlS ar*bUlona, Ajwptftle.cr consU itoJ.XSOnaj.'
can heat the oil and tie a rag to a stick the running square games And his party bribed this remedy not !letting aiy patient, DrpggbtM and I>*aJm 1. Wort will sorely raUTre and qu1ck7 G11r..
and swab them over as long as tiej[ cutting. against rain seems to have been a ?CRS so well armed that they defy; howt'vor. know what I was giving l him; tnd, .1 geuermllf. j 4 In &he Spclae. to Cloanso tho EjWj-u everyone I
will take oil A brush is One of the largest silos in Europe imple( piece of leather. Pliny gives robbers. although not a believer in ncr patron ol'patent -- "-' --YOUR------ ; IOic4 tQ4 a tiorough', o.ne;t:'.
more
convenient "
is said to be in France oa the an elaborate account of the materials medicines, Imuat cor.fesi that nftei.n T- Clnh 1.1 of J '3SpUit3 " property INCOME Ladle
to use but a swab will answer -- y fireman had taken oc. b)ttlo he grew ; 'heM H.a I yrrj'**, cucli.'r 1"1">_" i\ *
if you do not wish to buy a brush. It of JL Vicompte Arthur de Chest-lies! ; mpluyed in the manufacture of much better. :I mad: hi1 continue its use if t J IIvesln..101'Iu" we&kneoee. KLDTTST-Vv'OuT l> t. S ;lIt.as .;"|
in the of the Olse. In parasols, beginning with palm-leaves Joaquin Miller the poet of the for of months with the ""r.rtn.eurr.ttiie1itIafl(1111I1, nJUlnr mOOUlI twill loS preinp1: end afo: >-
is quite a saving of time and to department tHJs a period two most .3 rii5t: ;1rsli'Iflvp.tntc. i oftlUtnfliiuuurinoreilcaUnirli 3a Ethrr8 i. ont1aencc.nt. n t" urin*,
look after money is deposited the produce of 170 acr s. and osiers and going on to silks and 1 Sierras. has become a prosy worker in i ratifying results; it really worked wonder?, ,brick or ropy djyctj.and d: di'MJtr' |
the woodwork of .
farm ma he his: and BRAiN.FROViSIOHS&STOGKS y'A t.J U. C1Invu: pocV.fIt
ind perfect
owes care present path&ucpeedar
The silo is described stuffs and god and silver with ornaments New Tcrk city. He writes cleverly
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as an oblong sie U ".
tir.e en >oiIVEa
chinery. Alternate wetting and health solely! to the remarkable power ol ;" : I Art at& waa 13A
drying roofed with tiles seventy-two yards i in I of ivo?' md precious fctones.iVe as ever, in and out of rhyme, but walk %tVarner's S.lfe Kiducy and Liver Cure the Llnb. Kcports sent wi-pfely. I>ivl injures and I Iin. .
causes the best woodto Chili!1:1: |p"J.lhll.1rt'I.hl.,1"O! ii:u k tir money in Filet of h*uzu tnu it.1:1 a ptftniaen*"
decay and lose its J length, six and a half yards and four 1 % even readt umbrellas of women's Broadway. with hair antI collar su; e-j'edy which I procril, and I.e used. .t t!:ntr mouth'' Mill\ic5Itit original am umIV makIn, "i COLD BY OflUCOCTS. PrlcoSl. eM
unless i
strength of the : in LIui'.i.'r I'NlIU'd'.11 :CIIII",1. llal't'l SlUeacltK'i..u'lIl"r'r.r'IInn
and a half forming admirable I- hair, or a' feast of an umbrella- lommonplace that he simply Since the recovery man above mentioned 01:1. : 4
yards high, an passes : I'nt t'tt e. ii-ib'ccurrnmmil.-nti: :
kept well painted. It pays to keep a : I have given considerable thought I to .., .. : l'I ', -
coiffure would for on'6 in crowd. Miller wai.wl 'rynI I(' }ikIrr 1: K KKMIALI.k Co. I cI '
little oil on hand, to oil fork handles Dutch barn under which a jwliicli compare man a married \he :subject o/Rcute nct.liritisor kidney dif .m'n 1:li.i' ',: k se!It' * neck whiflletrees great portion of the cereal produce of avorablj/wilh the most elaborate into the hotel- eeping family ol icnlty a'jJ I find that its mnriifestatioiis ar'' '
yokes, and of the -- -
any riumphstff hairdressing in Africa at Leland two agh\ after most r.oarkable. It often api ears without -- -- 1
.mall tools on the farm that the farm is stored at time of harvest.1: years getting a Cheap Earins

or less exposed." are more The floor instead of being level with his time-ir in Trance or England during divorce from his rifinc coast wife. .t7 myxf a sequel*cial to symptoms some other of its dif-ease.own, or possibly It ins 0 I ) .4- is'

Hie ground is sunk about twelve feet the laji' century..Tuveual records) He had accumulated/!} moderate, fortune ie sequel to scarlatina, diphtheria and NEAR MARKET.

the friend of an umbrtila from. his bos "so Urf" oi other iirnc ?.... and Thertate f Ma-higan bIOI more than -tOOO or
How Kill V'rhA.3T and is paved and drained. In |jis gift-toy even aruo ,from pre wlnnd an. .6 to Cabbage Worm t The. l'A ... -
great'pit or reservoir is stored the cnyjfliypiJTnjnLtjy -, and a qiilinrfty of yellow umber-morel writ n -I t u ucy'i .hl' as1.CY., 'nt1YlbOW in PO''.' nty. ,' '
> ----v
'I n Jtp 1lo "\ ra its. ,
'1- r8 a" .01. lIif i: .-
)i -
'
t>lG dcapription 11\.' token'3 ei lumbnr'egiozi prod..1& ere. nJ i his 1\1 best frnitt.i
0 rou last summer at .t ,. \ if -. AWU. r ect .that t 'adjective "com* was um t'I ramr1:1ux I- "mall of the "tI ie DDrtbwMt.e..llUiHt"'f..e1M; of nno r A In1w, J
State agricultural unt or two. 'green o ) riot refer t ..o s'living' but htf boarded "at t back ubesom4! mietur f: fertile land,V,,Ht In iSo mu-kat at luw-imlSvjl. | NEWDIS! OVRV.fYlor ;
experiment station -; to Jim h.JJcJ't I ; one OUR and tre'Juent chzmge, :1 the color of state ha.i.wu.a plmuhet! .0t'Lo'nICR -SK I:
Geneva, N. Y., particularly] thoseof A farmer who: has used a wagon but to the spring time. *& more mod-.. and another of the Inland hotels and the!; nrwt'. which aL-ttne diminishes pt-rcep- 1Ie.I"tcon1l.hl..h mev..f I"ha hI.,t.. ....,. .mJ .D"r.\1 rea tome d je'ercl 1tcn 1I'e baTe l1'l1fll11e4 the

the second or August brood. In with broad tires on wheels longenough {rn days tIre umbrella was adopted in always more or Jess among stockamMers. h.ly. If the urine i t euhm1y supprcei,thf CO51SltSiUNE1tOfjMMIR.tTftj roe or 'bft" writ D.otro.it l1If .tn Mi"b th: >flmirjTtwn ct America with an ncejlunt artl-'
.
-- fl I
-- -
--- terj that R
order to test the efficacy of various reputed -o to ascertain their relative value as i Italy as arf accessory of elevated rank He caughl the fever and 1 aeprohab1y ery few days. will tEr.m1nato is fa'a'ly in h 5 with grad iccpsf *Tcrywh"* ''lylniT net the
Dry
remedies for the cabbage worm compared with the narrow tires, I antI by the\hurch in its festival The carried the money from the bank to th!IB suppression of unac. and a cOleqtJe'1'e the Sto\'errnes 0: Jawing Made Easy. jMchert Dairy .and copriicjct kCa latrn Uonali f fCTBut

the director applied them to specialcollections writes in the Fannen. Raffle: A 1 )''oge of Vtniee\ had his famous urn rail street, wher, of course, lie lost;t o.f it 11 governed by tile proportion 3f retc': Sew ImI"'OT0i4 : by paflrat eld der.Kfl8 chemical .' ..

of worms and noted thecifects. four-inch tire will carry two tons over : ) idlasolonpagoas 1176. a wonder it. So the poet with a wife and hallYto ; tell.Ion.OTtlnnlwequ Tile i nervou nt sJ'-en te3)mes prootra l J /: LlGB15i |now MXh otter w.tMs II.TO new improved color aa In tht tcrcnl lint ill"l.\t'ntA world.end.I

One specimen confined for I soft ground with greater ease to the ful struchmrof.golden brocade sur- be housed and fed. has no time for circulation: of the convulsions blood which and irr(Siicd jj -- 't. g'It Will Hot Col.r the CuttermllU. It '
I i i the c Mpe:>( and bat.
three. hours in a bottle partly filled I team than a two-and-a-half-inch tiro mounted from .the tfose of the thir- posing or picturesque eccentricities:, estimation, eventuilhy! might cause 1d::: \ bo, lrtrn yrars oUca ; Will Not Turn Ranctd.: It la( the

with black pepper crawled away discolored !. will carry one ton. The wheels} are t vnth century by; a glen statuette ofthe r but works hard and manfully at such heart to give ot.: As I have rerrar-red ._ Grnt a"on lops/Mi tft irini kod ear Poo* Strongest, Drighteat andChoapertCoIorMade

by the powder but apparently not so much strained by stones and Annunciation, and in the Basilicaniurches compositions as will sell best. l'a\C t many elf-tl.erei:kiuKe.T disa-ise'v, j'ese.cu ia Uriel.f Ist15 tuil mnr.i'ied UrcoI5r l"aW*. GETa S'I" ..Ontfn.iy l.\i! ATED! ,! .

unharmed. The sit nd, repeatedly rough tracks on the road, and The roadis at Rome an umbrella state he hack and thC; no tl'oul..s rercetWa often pain ru'I'r, 't lid-bbn c. C.uiaar4aipb8t.Oicsp,S. 1 tVAnd,while prepared la oil.iorIO cmnponsCS#

mersed in a solution of saltpeter, anda not cut up, but, on the contrary, i is; was suspended from the roof and other: O'Donoran) ttossa's O : tuitciics in ,ViiiI(>PJ !v'ti*,1 om"-fAPnce i.:1' fed that It H fcnpoioible: tor II to become rancIiL.<|i
umlJrcIlas carried : nio1J. : in tranl.le boo'won FRAZEI- CTBEV/ARE tt all Imitation und or afJ
third in one of boracic acid exhibited packed down and keeps smooth. The were over tie hieadof : omo diarrhea <
other ell for
O'Donovan no ; colon they arc liable to become 4.nccidand
little indications of inconvenience. }prevalent idea that the draft is increased the titular cardinals. While there ( sa. speaking the J-ctite,inipnred d-sor-Jered ej(iglit, nansee. loss o I'CIII the uter. 4
have been made rent German Remedy to a fiiend.snid: Jiwstion. io s of con 7 GTIf yoa cannot crt the"ln>!>roT!" writ*.3
Bisulphide of carbon produced by widening the tire is altogether i attempts by dramatists .. Mrs. Rossa has been! tnire-l of : ;{lousucM, husky] v\c'c nod many othe I kto know wfaero and liow to get UWi&lIoacuuaexpeDIQ. fK
Instant death when applied to baseless; on the contrary, and historians to show that underHenry a vtrvverenttad 'omplamts: ; to mer.ton.: : AXLE ijREASEn""l II ( ) \
( of .-.
II. and ; r.ll'lIr lgia. by St.- Jj- deed, thonr of 'Sa fro"In I WELL ltrnUnl to co..r..rlIDf_Tt. J
the worm, though its fumes were not wide tire reduces the draft. The 'x-I Henry III. the fair ladies cobs 3.111 1
he
Qll, gladly: tell :fyon fit 5tiit-s of.llr _
who you, gtt's w"ea"e ._ .
followed to-dayau
tra cost the chase shielded theirfaccs ( -
of the
effectuaL The fumes of benzine as tire is repaid many I "ill call at my rcsHlrlwc-'.) nu hick !II'I tO 1I.r //Jlr il.I. In the \.nrlol. fU tb" If..nnll\f' Ey..ry

well as the liquid caused almost instant times over every year in the extra I from the too rude kisses of thsun \ avenue, Brooklyn, X. Y.-"U' conclnsioa. I ;. ()'d jive, to stt.tw that IIacknreIanaoarirnd_"II.Ze&8o OI.1) l "-,,, nncl j" 'IDRrkf'!
ym! :
death but when applied to the work that can be done by a team.' I with sunshades frinjred'' with a---trold I rUl'k al'oJldc 'Ia\'e, ily II:) ;ncr ': \' 1111: ihii firl.llan. rl rlunE._ _
I ,I and enriched with pearls M. Uzannc ':,, prf'.crilrurI:;r'. .;" n K.h.I or rzsra : I 3OMistRWOR?
cabbages small whitish excresences I f md Lier ELASTIC
I COlT" IPd it In'V troFesioxi: "n : :3) TRUSS
appeared on the leaves. Hot water fI I Recipe rejects these stories as impossible, on It is announced by Chinese paper Irethrell eoubl{ O"1I I.,. hrlJI'I; 5' far nil t t;. __- ). :E'P4dtbfroin.JIebr,,
applied to the the ground that though the parasol is that .)\"CtcOIr.e thr: 1'1'lt; VIP, cabbage destroyed a HERMIT CAKES.-A cupful and a Tung Wing who graduated at cengiiust opridRr &JlbcooD!. apt.tt..Ot.,1
portion of the mentioned in th* Description de medicines they wouJ. ttlldouhted'r fiIII ; ENslLr! "u1oN of 1be ",. wbOa tbaIIltbrnDpr.a.MelIb.
I Yale in 1854 ,
and has lived
worms causing also the half of sugar, a half cupful of butter in Hartiord :hem\el\'cc .
rec11"t'I d for tl TntG9 .
leaves to turn yellow. One I Isle des Hermaphrodites, it was until within has his Icrilke eir 'nl'l'f"e -..asap,iieeee M '
ounce of five a on return < of liiet.
of
table-spoonfuls sweet milk a teaspoonful year welJ .ns by tI.o. w!It u. )" ,. With IkIpe"
saltpeter and two pounds common I of soda, a tc-aspoonftil all i I very rarely used and then had to be to China, been appointed taotoi;, cr 1eJp.fits.tlwt wcn.1! acrro to the world.ere:1 hhls & .nI a r..llcalr"u.rtata-.tb.Hondelo.P.14, 4 J ,

salt dissolved in three gallons of water kinds of spices, a cupful of currants j carried Uy a strong servant so great chief magistrate of the city of Shang Mo,: 51cerPIy. I d. 8n'by mMi- 'IDAIoon f"

formal an application which was partly flour to roll o it, cut and bake like ;: was its weight. The lady's] ( parasol}, hai.! Yung Wing's appointment is f- o. ANDKKSON Su eiinten'Jcnt, M. D., IGOLESTOy 'l'nrss Co.QIeago m. 1 *
!
efficient The most satisfactory cookies. he thinks was carried into France markable from the faet that he is a '. PJ13 i I IH SEELL

I remedy tested however consisted of a RICH FRITTEKS. Boil from: Italy, like the fan. and he.quotes professed Christian has an American The Jin-riki-sha is the street-car 1n1 g ] STfAMntWGIm I .
some rice ol'
:from of
one the
mixture of half pound each of hard I until it is soft, then roll it in your hands Estienne "Dialogues"in ofIlinri wife and wears no queue. the Japanese cities and was invented Deiiiontt's Illustrated Monthly. (BEFORE-AND
and printed 1578 to
kerosene |
soap oil in three gallons I in 1 lIy< the Ilev. ilr. Soul' liT nil e\ell.len and Fotmnteri AFTER
cakes them
in beaten GoMe
of dip eggs and I II I how that at so late a time the last a Baptist niiMonarr ''- .
water. This was as or I Ii ri: applied 2.ctle
26; an examination the August divshoued I then in Indian meal; see that they are I quarter of the sixteenth century the I THE MARKETS. who went from this country ..rlltoll.f'lIcI tncnty cent for a KprrlmraT your I- iaug art tnt n 33 s7"ii,

.: if following I covered with the menl. Then fry them i! parasol: was but little known 9 to Christianize the .J a.pg. So great lia- to n'. JL'N-M JS UKJIOUK.NT, P.. } TO MEN ONLY YOUNG OR OLD
not \11. the among U"l1rr,111 ,
many : worms de .t I 1th I'ootrf'et. New York.
,
stroyed. in a little very hot lard. I f to be served I I the French. In the Italian mys- NEW TOEK. been the favor which his invention has I II WHO are :uff.rtnj from Ngoe

with meat lay them around the edge of ;: teries of the two Beef cattle, good prime I w B
The preceding centuries I *
Viaoi.
Wwmo
growing cabbage presents such Calves, com'n to veals G.-w 9 ZaXNIagyip. and all kindred
prime thousand
the of II3
; these oachmvin"
if vehicles
platter for
L of ; dessert make a sauce : by the way there seems to belittle . .... p. 1IAUIIU diesasee. Opeedy relief and complete restora.
a mass leaves in which the caterpillars Sheep ..... 4K<@ V!{ IUUsaintlme. tion ,$ lTL u. Yloon and
: be concealed that : with butter, sugar and flour, and flavor doubt that in tho scene of the Lambs. ......... .A... C'i
Bold
may it is !! it with a very little grated nutmeg : "Deluge" the Creator came on Hogs-Live...... ... ... 6) @ 7 from each is about a dollar and a halfa 1 bydruggista. I teenth 1amDhIet Century.frs. Adglr.Oiid.*.1 once for IUU.stratcd
hardly possible to reach all the wormsat : Serve warm. _. Dressed city.. ... 8>;(@ mtt dav. oirtvLJIr.

one application. It is of importance, i the stage with his umbrella up. Even lonr-ET.St.,good to fancy 4 CO @ 7 (Xi IS ------- I! I VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MCH.Is I

i therefore, to repeat the use of BREAD SAUCE.-Dry and roll one i': late in the seventeenth century, we are West, good choice 4 63 (4 8 00 Those I ... "TJ" It8i. -1 -Th-

remedy at frequent intervals. any i'cup of stale breadcrumbs; then sift told, the parasol was but little used Wheat-No. 2 Red. .. ... 114 g.115 who think of our Alaska asa I Q- .-...b--..-.M- ) nn/ailio,urt lafal

-Scit'1l'1 them. Boil the No. 1 White... ... 1 0Th@ 1 URreState small field covered with snow drifts --,-...EUJBf4 i1. hie Ia
fine crumbs which few coring
i we American. \ will I save by a ladies at court, while -. ... I .4 EpilepiErta.
: I .......... 74 @ 77 will be I' .. d _
.
to hear -
about surprised that it has .. -- A Spa Coevul.siei.
measure alna
one-third
of a cup, with I men let their finery be rained upon un- Barley-Two-rowed State... ro. @ 97} one river the 'amp..1-.u.,....L.a.n 1I. u.& .ala&.at 1I. D 84.Yitn.ue--.

c Farm And Ciardrn >oir I one pint of milk and one tablespoon- complainingly or at least without Corn Unbred. Wet. tIl. G3 (d 70 Yukon, navigable for I CHROLITHION I Alciibniimn.0p1010 Ita".
f ul of Yellow Southern.... Cl @ 6'J 1,500 miles, and so wide along its BcrofnU
Paint chopped onion for fifteen min having recourse to the shelter of the t COLLA C. and all
and repair all tools and fnrm i Oat AN lower I Its aNn CUFfr' Ilaad ome Dura1.le. Hermxu and Blond Th.
utes. Addone tablespoonful of butter parapluie. hite State.. ... ... 48 @ b13 course that one bank cannot be I Superior 10 LiaeD, Paper w CelIIlInid. Sent Warpnoof. b, t Twy Clariyyjien
implements. Mixed Western.... 11I&.1. For
.
j 47 @ 00 seen from the other. I circular .0 V-.at&J card a.e Bo.llild. rs. Llr.eno'7
one-half t The distance K.- M.n
a of blll7P. MUll.
teaspoonful salt and
Med. M"rchanta"
r my- to ch. Timothy.. C5 85 &ikire,
: Corn burnt on the cob is greedily I one-half a Straw-No. ..... across its five mouths and intervening cinol.u and Ladies attd all wbcwe
saltspoonful of I. Rye. 55 @ 6)
pepper. Fry aodcot
AGRHTsPor.
eaten by fowls and is good for them. the coarse crumbs a taLl poonfnl of How to Make Good Coffee. Ii Ii.Jokes !, Flops-State, Choice..... 93 @ 1 00 I deltas is seventy miles. _{_ .. t.eonam' ", umptWAHTED .-1.1'7'eToes Pmpkrnes&t Frnstrs..100k .

With water-tight .iloors' and hot browned butter never die, they are simplv Lard-City Steam: ..... ....10 70 (t11 20 t1 e In-ecru1artliM of
an blood
with
.t .
stirring a Petroleum-Crude .... .... Farnn
7 ,Jle4.
GJ @ HTCBKOnJC
{ ; THE bowels
translated. We AG or
AJdD.4
: abundance of bedding all the fork until I frequently find the ENTSr.blJlOlM'lInlroar 0'
liquid thrc'lbsorh @ r.n4-
all moisture. Refined ..... woo
7 I O! Nqaire
7Ji@ I *'590"011 a
I kajnrn u Scrof ala if a taint in the ____ noree
witticisms of ._ .N. Y. C .
I** manure in stables can ban l. L)ut the white sauce in the platter with I Greece and Home togged Batter-State Creamery. .. 38 ftb ro blood resultte from deflctent nntntion. U is a I stlmnhan r 01

It is easier to keep flesh on animals I'I (the grouse or other birds and snrinkle j out in American slang. For the good I Dair.- -...... 22@30 I ful Jii&I r. mUtmt.Ha Tictun by appearance power.in da.cend Si I,(1 0 Bowellortopalnc.Neoralgl. a- Chronic Whysuff.rwbee flicybs, w aQ,. _ TAN NERVIiE MA1 ARt,,.
... West. Ln.Creamery. 13 28 &at& Few in tam cure inr either nlll&ble. Thooi
story now going the rounds about I @! sty coromoaity are free from thaorrnption. ma beC. obu.ned tw NEYg "AlLa
now than to put it on later. Do not I the brown crumbs over all M Factory... ..... 16 @ 21 'I .- which attacks diffnrat orears under diBar. I II." 'nllO!. .K5OWL;or 1Mb ior1.. Itoc r...ft'.c".taDljleull. Addrues j J ff, wonderful proclaim 1& the moat

spare feed but do not waste any. GOOSE TIE.-An old is as Grevy we am find a counterpart on I Cheese-State Factory. .... 8 @ 13} cct names, and at different time in different penons : L.iirc 2i, Ottawa. Putllam Co..Ob. AI RVltl S that eye, nwtain.4 In"C't'1
goose = this continent. One day the French ; Skims ... ..... 4 (d 8 To meet so desperate a foe requires a medicine of l Y'OUhJG UE-U .i"crepb1. her. and we will mtkln4l' 7I't.ua. rot
cr' yov' a '&
11&1100. .
Perfect for .
cleanliness in the f'tabJe.' i, nearly good nothing as it is pos- president who is an epicure in coffee Western. ..... 7a 13 k,'I -,. nrrsnt. forcible qaUlfces. Bach is 1100 poei.l r.J.t.TI.UUU.... .JClD..yIU.VIIi.t.rnalar. :I rUE DiR.M.A.JUCn"OND Isle.bf.II DralfctUCt".

will aid greatly in the manufacture of ..Biblo: i for anything which was once was out and I Eggs-State and Penn ...... 27J @ 28 I S.IKSAPARILI.A whose most wonderful cures .511t20 .r dj at ,11De--Sample,worth$Sfre.. 801.Pr.p COQONSUMPTIONg
.I"P-.J
hunting
good butter; in fact, it is impossible to :i valuable and is not now absolutely side wine-house. entered a road. Potatoes-State bbl ...... 250 ia( 2 C2 I I prove it the most reI&! lc'rcmed1. Q __ Jdd.rJuox 01 Co.. Portland,IISAW ..

make line butter from ; spoiled to be. The best BUFF. FOR T\VE"iTl-.ONE YEARS .
filthily use to put it I I
kept to to "Have you any chickory?" he Steers-Good to Choice. .. 5 50 @ 6 40 Thomas Bennett. 6 Coventry atreet. Boston carried a MIL.LSBL
cowL is make it into pie in the following asked. Lambs-Western .. .. ... 500 @ 6 25 !, acrofaJoa lamp on his Ie. 1&ItChed intoleraLly t5s THE AtLTM..UI 01 TArWR .u..c .

The main causes of roup in fowls manner: Put on the ancient early Yes, sir" Sheep-Western..... ... 4 75 <( 5 75 wanted lam bar to 1M1'II ell'oct; bcse the lamp&ore With 8 hd troobi.ome km5o. n.tboach'I that he $6'6-a week-In ,oGr'Teg .nd
are due to bad in the morning, in cold water (enough I I I I Hogs-Good to choice Yorks. 5 (0 @ 6 75 I cwi 1 1 tonDent to his IT..e. Two bottles of : AddllPU: H.- 1l.u..Izt'r.Co..Pcwtle.nd Me. I Ia lie. :;.u.a I will.reeL.cad fa"-TWO ".-c loP. fit*
management, divided to it Bring me some. The man of the rjonr- ',ground n. .. 7 25 (ft 7 75 ,. hood a Sana..rilla cared tLa lllJDp. A".oD. a \ stued fur tIil Beat and Yaatest.esflle I .-wn a YALr&IUa"ZIAyiga BOTI'L..It.es thl. 2.to-.
cover unfitted ..
thus: 1. Bad breeding; 2. Bad sanitary -, having cut it to i house returned with a small can of Wheat-:.1,Hard Dulnth.. 1 22 & 1 23 TWELVE UGLY ULCERS _to J X"n0341..rtnnallJonu l'OLJIIIDCO and Bltleft.Co.Pncm.. pedo,4 SJ pew I I ilL fit.4 TA.. .. uftffi'.r100 -,cn-e..
: conditions; 3. Hereditary transmission pieces at every joint.'arm it up i iI chickory. Corn-No., Mixed New.... 57 ((5 CO 1rszktert Below the knP.e of the little eon, of Henry T. Oan. of 'COLUfA PIIiJ4.pIUa! P. I! .
Mef'MDlt.ed BUSINESS
gradually and Itt it boil Date-No 2, Mixed Western. 41 (5 fron InJ12dic1ioa.ewtmnn i ba B. O. COLUGK: ftINE
; 4. Atmospheric vicissitudes j stew. not "Is that all have?'' ( 42 aamm.r water. They cl1&J'pc1 boo.a. well ae m. N.wark N..1. Wme low CataIcra..
; hard, (or four or five hours. Should you Barley-Two-roiredState... 80 @. 80 I t.r. He took Deed'. 'Rre.tpaflhia Iaaaoo, .$12" WEEK. $1adadhoni.eeeijaa v-tJ, JlOtrD Id ECORA.TIVxp
5.Jnfection or contagion. We have a little more. BOSTOS. threw swi7 hi atebre f.haeh .be bI ued three b t. .AddntooIt.1'tIn"Co.. Ana, Tn,
theater fe&I'IIt &ad flOW walk a IUUe toacho _1I W".be 8-_ "V_._
need
let it -
William Pomeroy writes to the replenishing be I I Bring me the rest." Beef Ex.plate and family..15 to (@16 50 BIttTH-BOK.N
done from the boiling kettle. Parboil ? ? Hogs IdYp.... .....;.. S"ROFULA. 1JII"UEQT llflkIflDQ'ATEVERY3REtcr woEb
6J 7U
thus ?? @ V H.J.
; Poultry Monthly: I cured valuable II Having secured all that was in Steenag. W'1im&Jrtle... wag &tI.Ietec from
titd.
a beers tongue (smoked), cut into cit7 .T. 8" 8) : Lout QIet.\1er 1 lteJ'. brother by it- Took I1II1LO1 I1UPUI1t) _
3 rose-comb brown Leghorn chick,four slices nearly half an inch thick the house, the president said: Pork-Ex. Prime per bbi"l6 00 also aanm.ot
hi8
>
weeks old, that was crop-bound, simply ,six ; "Very well now go and make me a F1or-SprinzWbeatpateuts 1 00 <@ 7. liO fam '
hard
by pinching the little slice boiled eggs. Line a cup of coffee." Corn-lligiMixed........ 12 @ 73 HOODJS SAKSAPARJIXAJittUmg
t crop .a andgave Sold by mnWt& 11' six for
Oats-Extra
deep pudding dish with White.. 54 t5. Prepared 01117
a M
good paste; Its American : bJ E.I.HOOD CO'
a half counterpart relates k Apotbec&ZeI LoweIl M-
tazpoonfulof castor State"
oil. lay in the pieces of Bye- .....!.H""H 73 @ 74
Took it from the hen,put it in a small goose, giblets that a careful housewife approached a TDT3W1f (.) caTtLE 1I..UIBT. Like It.

box one day and night; in the morning chopped sliced tongue and eggs in consecutive dealer in fowl, and telling him she Beef-Extra quality.....,. 7 00 @ T 25 I 11'0 medicine haa era been known M effectual fa Uieeme
i layers;season with Sbeep-LiTeweight..: oraDhas di arjb-from all ImpIIN eaaOi-
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salt and bits of butter, and proceed in out : ; ............ @ or and
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man done motchEraptleu. Venereal
having so the
PRTTI
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,- makes the statement that one of the goose is large, cut the meat from the !! caterer bought the balance!--Toronto F1our-Pena.a family DZLPII110,good 4 15 ( S 25 Sores and DfsesMa. Cousompaon. Goitre. Boil,. Gas.
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salary the @ 69
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to the
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-w '" 'TELEGRAPH.KITBI THE NEW YEAR. crackers then. And she did. She sat THE LAND OF THE?BANANA lization of the world outside. Plantations SOMETHING ABOU SHOWS. Sicilian, Funeral Customs.
,r ., A song fo the Old on one side of Stella and Mary Reynoldson that are owned by the natives a In past ages a piece of money was put
-
: -1V71'flIFTIOL"7a ." While .knell is tolled, the other, and while eating from the never kept in good order, and the fruit COST OF aumrrtra ACISC rST.OLS into i the mouth of the surlTlof

annum. ...4...... ... ......$1 0;' 2nd its parting' i' moments heap of dainties on their own plate they GLIMPSES- A'vaGJr Iff HOB. raid is consequently not what it should 08 OS 'J the fare which Charon corpsea was bud toeceive.

.For I month.r .......,...._..... 1 D,* """ &d fyl kept a sharp lookout on the heap on BtTBAS.V. b. the country is capable of in r A virgin has a
....... ..._. .. .. aiong a Interesting Talk With an Old
For)month*. .. G For the glad NeYe4J4,' hers. She' ate very slowly, but, one by line of industry alone has never ben flbfln-The Early !how and a crown in her coffin; a child a garland

While watch the Old Tear dia one, cake, mottoes, bunch of grapes, al- How the Iniiaii* Cain a. Lh'hiJ from rcalized.by Its inhabitants, and i is erie and Other. DaJ.enag l of flower It the worst possible
we !
i
WINTER ond4.s ,quickly disappeared."Sh& Small Fruit PJluiatolTeirlodes the enterprising Amcrcat.who, settling omen for bridal
DA Oh! it's grief and pain, ) lS ; ol ,, "the history of the in this a procession to meet a
( neWc' f nV whisperiBd.Bella Lie on the rich fruit along the coast, crcu funeral. It has to be averted by making;
The winter days-- are'cln:. John Ne'e ran come again, to her cousin Caroline, whosafi xt her, A'letter from Truxilot.a seaport townofeiTondinra discovers that he' can have a perfect gar country, said an old \ to are-I. the "horns"-or "Ie fiche" (thrusting the.
And Il care doep; "She's eaten CentraIt. merica to the den his "presents one of the finest _
The skies aroun-l us lower- (bur nothing Bme macloons },'; at feet. per thumb between the first two fingers), orby
But what joy untold and her ice cream. into her New Ydrk; ''rnY4 &yscatteredalongof of American pluck, ingenuity and
birds gone
summer have southward flows
putting A before the
T
The frost is on the flower; Doth the New Year hold, pocket We've got Theyre Come to th5lIondurj coa Bfrth Truxillo, Silk-XakIng in China enterprise'that has ever been ofered to doctor in the. prornegranate window. Piano de'

chilly winds blow loud, John, And what hopes within it sleep 1 .dressing-room when she starts for areTmany little TSUageWtyhere a few half- The home manufacture of silk in China us by any cas of people, has Greci certan little loaves \
Ad to extent that nothing -
now bra-cke
home and you'll see some fun. breed Indiana: and'pemaps a foreignero'f Is almost universal and affords remunerative grown i in the form of
Where late the joyous itrain A song for the Old Pas"te l will attract such immense crowds as a cross are
word to the other homes and ,
Of feathered warblers channel the While it's knell girs. lighter coiormakfriljheir employment to hundreds o( thousands poor on the day of a death. In Giacosa,
ear, i a reputable tent show, and people will
tole So when Stella for the dress- where the forniar subsis
of women. In the
By forest, field and And the friends gave ginmeagre many cases miles to see it.. behind the funeral procession comes an
trel go
laneT1tr i B ing-room, a short time after supper, she tence from,fruif ean- wives and sisters of poor laborer becomethe ass laden with food, which, after th
But with how
hearts of glee has it taken for _
days a coming;, John, was followed by nearly all her school- not see these villagesyou pass along mainstay of the household. The prot many years *' burial, is distributed either here in the

i our store, Let us merrily mates. And when she found herself the beach on shipboard, and the whole cess is very simple, and a follows: In a ths success to be acquired? open or under cover in.some house. The
A Welcome in the bright, bright Newl! seized the Della and looks like vast wilderness of "Why, not so many vears, for it was .
blight hon the harvest field, on right by Smythe country one moderately warm room a matting is circus Sicilian-Albanians do not sit on chairs
The wolf is at the door; For the heights we gine on the left by Alice Hays, while Mary green. In the,mlddlefpf the day not I strewn with fresh mulberry leaves. Uponthese i in but 1828 that the first started out,. I during the first days of mourning but on

Or children cry for bread. John, For the good Reynolds sought for and found the sign'of industry nor 1of habitation is evident are placed several hundred silk of course, this was rather premature I the dead man's mattress. In some houses

When ther's no bread glr*- We will not the Old despise; pocket in her skirt, and. in the pocketwere but toward ni b when the sun is worm eggs. As fast as the silk worms an4 decidedly incomplete, for no all is thrown into intentional confusion-<

A course has come poverty t But,joy more sweet, cake, the mottoes, the grapes and biding behind the :mountains, that eat the leaves fresh ones are sup. tents, or animals were thought turned upside down to mark the
t at the time and the presence
life the almonds and raisins that had been form rich to the be necessary pcop'eflocked
Making complete, a time taken
That we may ne'er outlive. backgound green pled. care at the same being do witness of death. Others put out the _
In the golden New Year lies! served to her at th supper table. "Oh, low, scores ct dories will be remove all those mildewed and moldy. as they now largely to mattress to show that the invalid

The winter days are coming,John, for shame, Miss Polly AVantacracker !I" seen putting,forth fr m the shore. Each The feeding is done once or twice a day, feat of strength and enjoy the music is dead; others again remake the

And you have labored long- A song fo the Old burt from the lookers on. "They one will be nlled' wlth fruit. In thestenrlhe and takes about fifteen minutes each day. as it was. Of course, travelingwas bed as for marriage, plying ont

Through weary weeks, with hopeful heart, Whil it's knell la tolled! are mine,t said Stela defiantly. "I owner o :'the few bunchesof At the end of about forty days ninety percent overland had then, and the idea of spe-but- i the crucifix which the sick man had held
trains not been of
You've tie the fields among; With a grander, broader zeal, did not steal They were given to bananas sits guidipg with his paddlethe of the eggs have become large co. cal thought ; in his hand when dying. Woe to those _
had the old and that
same parade
Fof all your h work done, John."AndaU And a forward view me and I have I right- to do with themas light craft, dextfripusly steering i coons. These are scalded. slit at the who let the candle go out while burningat
their of themselves
means announcing -
th prayers Pve said, J Let D greet the New, I please.' through the roller("a'nd fetching end, and the dead worm removed The wn the foot of the bed! On'the first day
all _" and 'Tor shame!" ,said the girls again. bananas,dry to,"thevihips' side. In the to the astonished populace. This _
.or Ihej lasted for about four
oufl 1 And "no would do such bow sits his wrfo orison who bends thepaddle primitive custom
ladylike
wretchedness instead -tllwemet( girl a bamboo stick that fits it loosely. The corpse-lights: on the second day two;
and then the modern tent
And the sad regret. thung"addedildlla' ; Smythe. "Dressed with, ta'C$4g arm. Throwing end of the thread is then yeas came t I on the third three. Men and women sit
The "-int days are coming, JoiVn, With the old buried in silk and velvet, too," said her cousin the bunchenpxe ship's deck he I pulled out and attached to i u usehoweveron a much smaller scale, round-the men covered in their _
; _
deep up
The tempests gather near- For what b joy untold Caroline. "With gold chain and haul himself u|}receives his money for a small piece of lead, shaped like a top, and it soon became apparent that a better cloaks with black ribbon around their

The rich may smile beside his grate, Doth the New Year hold locket, and getting $:a month spending cargo he -.h&. ought, drinks with from whose upper surface projects a form of advertising should be adopted, throats-the I women 'with their black
and the advance and _
Ad fill h home with cheer; And what hopes within it sleep! money, said Alice Hays. unrelaxed featurejJttv\glass of whisky or long, thin stem, terminating in a hook. .' brought agent into use.newspaper'ads. I do not mantles drawn closely oycr tho head, tall
But tis not s with u John, Stella looked from one scornful face ,in that the captain has brought him, The top is then twirled, and the weightand were in deep mourning. For the first nine
-George think the tremendous
Cooper. I to anotner the tears to her and then returning his home. you can imagine
beneath the storm ; came eyes rotation to out the thread friends
Coce serve pull days also in strict deep mourn
but she forced them back and with Indian life Cebtral excitement that the introduction of an
trem- America
--- is not
blessed babies and sp'n it at the time. When the
Wih dearly loved, same ing, house to pay their forma
into the list of curiosities caused. thong
lips she turned to Alice and to be desired. The natives live in little elephant
POLLY WASTACRACKER.A said: two feet are thus the spinner ,. The
And.naught them warm. .. spun mourners do
t keep would follow it for
"Your here in thatched no'comforts gasps Why, really, people
will be for hutsJBtitfi
carriage you a surrounded : the top, reels the spun thread not speak nor look up. but sit there like

The winter days are coming, John, SEW YEAR STORY FOR THE GIRLS. few, moments, wi it not, Miss Hays?" by vermfttjrand spend most of stem and fastens it with n running noose and miles. About made the their same time the clowns and statues, and talk of the dead in solemn
The frost Is the "It Polly Wantacracker.And the time in chewing sugar cane. A fewcocoanut the hook. The is jumpers appearance,
,on paneThere' "She is the meanest girl I ever saw in wi :Iss upon top again naturally scored a hit that will alwayslast phrases and with bated breath but en-
the rand in
trees front of the
*snow breast was reply. twirled and another two or three feet into the
upon my aching life said Alice extracted tering minute and sometime
my Hays."Aregular "Will take to home in house and back few banana long as the show does.
you me mv it pi jt a plants I and the is a immodest
in brain most details.
Ther'srnzy my ; little miser" added Mary spun. Again top "In what were wild animals madea The mourning-
at! my love for you, John, Reynolds. And"Well are shooting up. : In every village, beside grasped,the noose untec by pulling the of the year show ; last one or two years for parents, hus-

Grows tender, day by day, "Who is?" asked Jessie Fergus, the i that isn't sublime coolness," Caribs the Incians..therc are hal I dozen thread from hook, and the part"I think it was in 1840, when Van. band or wife, and brothers and sisters;

The world that pilfers round my new scholar. interrupted Alice. Spaniards second reeled upon the stem. When f Bresback and beganto six months for grand parents: and uncles

Can ne'er steal that hear "Why, that girl over there in the corner "And will you take," Stella went on, who: on account Jot: polticl or other enough thread is spun and reeled upon Amburgh exhibit away.J. the not noticing the interruption "Miss troubles, have found necessary to emi the stem the latter is removed ana servesas them a I i Babies are buried in white with a red '
by soda
: register nibbling away at a called him began to go into the
_-_ Mathte cracker. She buta Smythe Miss Reynolds and Jessie Fer grate to a new Stte. These men are a bobbin in the subsequent weaving. A ribbon as a ash, or disposed over the
never brings anything den of lions. His fame, I was boy
not of the bcst and with you
tel
with if will ? mixing is inserted and the
stein
cracker gus us they go new process re- in the form of a cross. They lie
or two for her lunch 'cause time I
same
HUMOR OF DAYS "Indeed I'll !1" exclaimed Jessie the Indians, a half-breed population has I This but : sung everywhere.bout
TiE ehe's afraid, I suppose, that fche go begun. ingenious smpte'method the miraculous feat of riding on the bareback i basket on the table,w ith wax candles set /
been the result ad
i bad at that.
springing to the side. "And a one produces thread homogeneousand I around and their faces covered with
brought any goodies some of girls girls Im a of a horse startled the people and are _
A hard case-A watch's.Contempt Indian has made little
Every wao
sure and Bell too. Girls smooth. The latter is \eil.
perfectly fine
might want her to halves." Mary wi. you I the of immediately be- a They are covered, wjitf'flowers
go OLe man
of court-The fellow who "We call her must. I feel that have misjudgedStella money or got a start, in his plantation,p now cleaned and, if desired, colored according example and on the little head is 15o
Miss Wantacracker' to be emulated. But from the time a
has just been refused.It Poly and that now she i offering us a immediately discdj"rs that he is a Span to the pattern to be made. I gan of the of the first circus garland of flowers. No one must weep
----- -- iard. There .hundreds beginning
chance to do her justice. And in what are along the makes a silk finer than unti for the death '
takes a pretty good tailor to pa'cha "What is her real name?"asked Jessie. 1860 was decidedly of an infant. It would be
ur J- better could could coast who.will piss themselves,, off for finest cambric. To increase its thicknessthe everything
< "OUT Her real name's Stella Burton. way we- anyone- but since this latter date the: an offense against Clod, who had com
--cQ.Vlnb -Husbands getting But :Miss Polly Wantacracker is a much begin the New Year than by setting Spniarcs. but 'woo have not one drop thread is doubled trebled, or'quad- progress; has been and ; passion on the little creature and took It

home from the chib.-Georgia Jracker. more suitable one according to my way right. as far a possible, the wrong of bloo\in their veins. The rupled, and then rcspun. The loom varies improvement the Let great me that grows in to make of it an :angel in Paradise before
as
of thinking." the old' ?" only an Indian and I i according to the wealth of the weaver. years pass. say it had learned to sin. The
Marriage promotes longevity all there is not more than one announcement _
among half breed is that-the latter has little Europe
I "Perhaps she i is and can't afford There was n resisting this appeal And a The common type is a simple affair, simi- : of its deaths received with a
men, its tendency toproduce poor circus that can equal our second-rate af- cry
notwithstanding more for making _
cunning an4{
when a few moments after an aptitude lar to the looms of New
premature ba'ldness.-Baaon any goodies for her lunch,' suggested rag carpet Eng fairs. Although be surprised, of 'Glory and Paradise!! and in. some _
you may
Courier. Jessie, who was I sweet tempered, kind out, "3Iiss Hays' carriage!" away went more money. land. These, in skillful hands: turnout it is fact that not be surmounted." places the joy. are rungas for a
., hearted the f\.e girls to"stop in a little less than i During the night after I steamer has a supericr kind of dress goods. More: a can festa. When taken to the Campo San-
A London physician death has no ill half hour before the door of neat I been off the village bedlam reigns. Itbecomes "What stared the menagerie featureof _
says an complicated looms at times
are employed
is
she's I don't see how I *' to, accompanied with music and
sting. Did he ever press his finger on "Wel. i to poor brick house in a pleasant oldfashionedstreet. a time of carousing drunkenness but are not popular. The entire outfit the ? singing.i ____
can to such
the fighting precinct of a dead hornet? come an expensive and Indian has "It began rather queerly in 1844, when
school this gamblng. Every in China costs about $1 for the $2, The soul of the dead
Conner. a and dress as nicely eggs two brothers in New York commenced is to be seen as a _
a learned .
to
Iret sne does." There they got out of the carriage and Spaniards taught for the loom, and ten cents for the top: to and birds around the butterfly, a dove, an angel. The soul of _
A hen's heart beats 150 times I min .That dressshe's got on (doesn't it fit Stella led them-in at the front door and them that, and :;they arc ready learners and stems. The leaves are gathered by streets.import These peddle became the: a murdered man ho\'ctaout the cross _

ute. Perhaps that is the reason why it horribly, though?) is made of cloth that the stairs until thfy reached the Sup Twenty one is a favorite game, and dice the children, and the labor is supplied Then bircs same soon men conceivedthe raised to hU memory of hismurder

_ body wabbles so much when I woman costs two dollars a yard. I saw some attic, where she softly pushed open the with playing all' is the practiced to a great extent, by the women of the household. Sik I rage.idea of establishing a foreign house ; the soul of one righteously

4'shoos"it.-New York Journal.A like it in my father's store last week. door of I low-ceilinged room and an Monte is simple ways gambling China varies from fifteen cents to a and shipping all sorts of beasts tq this I I executed by the law remains on earth to

Stock Yards' young lady at a toll And she gets pocket-money every month old woman sitting in a rocker by a tiny perhaps Poker is played as much intricate a yard. Upon this basis an intelligent and country for sale to proprietors of shows. frighten the timid; the soul of the suicide _

the other evening referred to her gentleman from somebody. The letters come to stove, out a doze to welcomeher. any game.for the aYerage\2n a? little AmericanIndian too active woman in China makes twenty- They proceeded to carry this out and I II'I goes plump to hell "casliatoloy"unles

escort as an Indian, "for," said she, Mrs. Blossom's care, and I've seen Miss "Dearie's been n good as gold have five cents a day without interfering with went to some of the wild nations to purchase $ the poor repents _
of thehTwho
"he's always on my trail."-Chtogo Sun. Polly Wantacracker open them and take ever since-" she began, and then stop sufficient though jnany:allow her domestic duties. This is equal to and ship them to this country." I supreme moment. Judas: is condemned _
themselfl.es to be
Dame Nature most unequally money out." ped suddenly and stared in surprise at fleeced money $l.75 in this country. There would seem "Tell me something about the animals to hover always over the "Umarix GallN
in
by the
Bestows her gifts, 'tis said I 1 peeped over her shoulder once," the unexpected visitors ",.Thank you, Spanls greaft Amen- to be, therefore, a splendid field in our that to make a show." I. Ca," on which he hanged himself, and
Man combs his own but Nature, she said t said S ,can game. natonal (%ink of country for this indusBry.Chicago News. go up which still bear I
Combs rooster's head. Mary Reynolds, and spied a fivedollarbill. Come girls, la Honduras, andjjin does the \ "As you probably know, the hippopotamus .I. hU name; children g _
evr Judge. 'Aren't you coiner to treat?' And following her to\the bed in the/ humor of improve trade is one of the most extensive, to the stars; while certain women b
Then
'\ A inn arrested_}.i northern fOI f Bays I. Not this tiie's, ys she, with ncr they saw the sweetest pretties!', lit- native* drink.(thejladkn., a sort of. nulue hiphas which]a How to Bay a Horse. and this is made comparatively cheap from I lieve that their souls! will go up

-. Texa a,. ._.. sickening mie. and after ttegirl sleeping ever weVttoJill.mil kT fflfn -. TfA" -.'' ; the Taclf that the animals are captured "stairs of St. Japicu di Galzi" whichpla'n
'-- .!. r1MirA.A > >% Ilpndurians! arfcVyioed to ?">r-. J"Fan says.
waj.rj i ue'-iooif Jf .\nffr y d-r .rottjer. -eve : call the
| | u- 'to' your own necessarily! when young. as are elephants"cbuTs people Miky Way.-Te
.nf" lI She knows Tio're talking about she has no on' to take care of her but dul ; O :" : Thir.t5-----
scientific paper says that the ear of her.- me, except Auntie Brown who livei on the State will find its way in, h i--"/orse in harness. Unhitch him and takeeverything a r-e- goo ". f'le -L n :s s,, <, ;'d .

a cram i at the base of the foot. It 1..1 Poor girt 1" said Jessie; to me she the floor below, and
must funny to see a cam! walkingaround 'looks more grieved than ashamed. And look after her a little when I am obliged it. / him around. If he a corn, or a stiff, hunter. Monkeys come in packs on the Panacea canal said to a New York -

listening for earthquakes.SanFranciie isn't she pietty? I wish I had her lovely, to be away. And now ,1 will tell you Late in the evening the Indians have or has any other failing, you can see it. one might say, and bring about $30 ,reach Times: representative; There are 40,000

Post blue eyes and beautiful, curly hair. how we live. A very ditant relation of become thoroughly excited awl their Let him go by himself a way, and if he brute. One of the most expensiveand men employed on the canal, distributedall a _

There is a glacier in Alaska moving curls naturally, that is plain to be-" I mine (I have no near but Dearie) money is nearly used up.-/ Reeling staves right into anything you know he tender creatures is the giraffe, which the way from Colon or to

along at the rate o a quarter of a mile "Oh! there now." interrupted Alice owns our school building, and it is through the streets, isulr g and fght. is blind. No matter how clear and I is very hard to keep. Se% lions come Panama. The distance .Aspinw.nl rail not __ ___

a year. It acts very much like the averS Hays spitefully, "the girls won't think through some arrangement between Mrs. ing. they make.the iaght hide us. bright his eyes are he can't see any more from the west and bring about $-00() over thirty miles between these two

jiga small boy on his way to school.JJurlington .- of you if you are going to standup Blossom! and him that I am being educated fighting once commenced it keeps on than a bat. Back him, too. Some each, while polar bears coming from the points I was 1 machinist and engineerand

Free Pres.. for :Miss Polly Wantn racker, I can there. And I study very hard, as you cud a wholesale spearing goes on. I sawa ,I horses show their weakness at tricks in same direction bring about 2000. The made, by working overtime, $250

Sixty freshmen have dropped tel you that." know, for I believe the better educationa man with twenty-seven scars on his that way when they don't in any other. poor, senseless ostrich is very expensive, PT month, but I could not stand the t -

their Harar, eighty their Greek and 100 I shall stand up for her," declared person has the better her chance of back and shoulders with one or two cuts : But, be as smart a you can, you'l get and of course hard to procure.. Central I climate. The 'skilled! workmen I

their Latn None of them have Jessie, with sturdy Scotch ertion, succeeding in tho world. And beside oil the neck. lie had received them in caught sometimes. Even an exnert "et America is the home of snakes and is the \ is $;;.50 per day and for laborers $3 to

dropped their baseball or their boating "until I am convinced that she deservesthe his kindness in this way, my fifth cousin village fights. You could not persuade i stuck. A.horse may look ever "so nice I place where we get them." $1 per lay. The Later are recruited

however and culture is still harsh things you about her-no sends $ month. That $ just that half-breed to leave his native village, : and 50 I great pace. and vet have fits- 1 "Do you know anything about the I I among the natives and runaway -'
college safe.Loifell say ; I ; pays : saior
however, and he would remain there until There isn't 1-man ould tell(it I taming animals! ? who will leave
Courier. matter what the girls I like to my rent, and the dollar and 'a kilt; that ti something $18 a month _
judge] people for thid. I haven't I earn a week by knitting woolen baby he was cut to pieces. No matter how : happens. Or he may weak "It is easy enough to beat a ferocious chances of sickness and death for thf $:J

the A New York editor has been struck bJ been here long enough mysel. form any decided shirt and socks for : store near by is I drunk a native may get he will not at- 1 back. Give him the whip and off he I animal when it is down. The trial and or $I per day. You ask about the mor- _
fact that so many young men tack an American in that condition for a mile two then all in him much
opinion about anybody. Maybein other money I have. My clothes are or goes or of a sudden danger comes thrashing too tality Well, that is frightful. hundreds _
now wearing glasses, and asks: any foreigner of position. Indeed they ,, he stops in the road. After when he is not tied. It requires a
"Ae a month or so I'll find out whether made ((1 l make them myself, and that's I rest won- die monthly, and the hospitals
Americans growing weakeyec? I I Stella Burton is 'a regular little miser'or i the reason they so fit badly, Miss Hays) away hold an American in reverence i i i he starts of again, but he soon stops for derful amount of ingenuity and skill and constantly filled with the sick. It is said J

glasses are of the single-barreled pattern, I not. And until I do, Pin most certainly { from the wardrobe of my dear mother, he carries 'a revolver. The I good, nothing but a derrick could a very great amrfUnt of patience. Thereis that nine out of ten patients who are _
it is more likely that they are growing Central American Indian respects a rc- move him. lots of danger when the tamers cannot these
not going to take sides against her," who became very poor before she. sent to hospitals die there. If the
weak-Lea.led.-.Xorrhtoien Herald. I But when "a month or 80" had died, and could leave me nothing else. >plver, and especially on in the handsof :, The weak parts of a horse can be bet control the brutes." dead man has money,or influence, he i is

-* A lady-a French lady is Jessie reluctantly admitted that she passed had The gold chain and locket she gave to an American. An old planter said he'n ter discovered while standing than while "I suppose there are are plenty of comical put into a pine box and buried; other
showing a Dearie. had gone for four years without a revoher moving. If he is sound, he will stand things continually happening arc wise his is
visitor the in ceme to the conclusion that Alice and Dearie was two years old when body dumped into a pit and
family portraits the picture but every Indian and Carib squarely and firmly on his limbs without there not?" _
gallery. "That officer there in the uniform her friends were right. She had mamma left us; she is four now; and : quicklime thrown over him. Ther ," she "was watched the daily nibbling of the I during the two years she has been all firmly believed he had one. Revo'.vets moving any of them, the feet flatly upon "Yes, indeed; and what is more, one old saying that every tie of th4 Panama _

says He, my brave great-great crackers at lunch time and had seen I mine I have tried to make her life happy.To are being imported into these the ground with legs plump and naturaly finds a plenty of the reverse-very tragi I II railroad represents a tombstonor/or some _

but grandfather.one of the most was unfortunate as as of a lon the reception of the monthly allowance. night I told her that I was going to nlagc nowadays in large quantities poised or i the foot is lifted I ca affairs that almost make the life sodisagreeable poor unfortunate. Now, itisUjie that

-he never fought battle in which he She had noticed the costly material of I see Santa Claus-I could give her nothing the IOIeh9the Indian does not get I ground the weight taken from it, and dangerous as to keep every foot of excavated ground symbol -

did not have 1 carried '' which Stella's dress, k. hat, and but cheap doll for her Christmas- knack of using them with any accuracy may be suspected, or at least ten. on3 out of it. But the peculiarities of izes a grave. The canal is twelve feeti-
an arm or ?
leg away that I wouldn't aid they are in a measure harm- derness, which is a precursor of disease. the elephant will always be a favorite and from
ana her deep
I from feet
Then she adds even aprons were made and had been I bring him eighty ninety wideJ
proudly: "He took less _ _ _
part enough'with tliem. The is the horse stands with
his feet His
: danger piece
comedy. cuteness
in much mortified by the persistent some goodies I spread as well The rains, which are abundant, not only
twenty-four enggemnts.Cicg gr's greater to themselves than to others?The apart, or with his hind as his sagacity Make a wonderfulanimal. interfere
Herald. refusals to share her- -candies, I "Don't say another word, don't sjy straddle legs, h4 with the work, but often cause
gambling aid drinking is kept un all i I there is in the loins and the And of course is
cakes, or fruit. another word, cried Miss Hays. "What a monkey a- the banks to cave in and fill up the canal.
"It's because she's afraid you might I young wretches we have been." night, \he'money is spent and the ,;, kidneys are disordered. Heavy pulling was causing a plenty of fun. But I Board that one can get in New York for'

expect something in return," said Mary : "Why didn't you tell us before I noisy inhabitants tired out. bends the knees. Bluish, milky cast really believe the real sport is on the outside $2.50 per week cost there from $10.50

Senate-pages vs. Reporters. Reynolds, with a scornful toss of her asked Bella Smythe. I I Christmas B the great time for carou I eyes in horses indicate moon 'blindness of the tent in the class of people to $13 per week.

The following extract is from United head. "When she first came here, six "Because I thought it would seem too sal. Hence i ij is that at Christmas time 1';1 or something else. A bad-tempered showmen meet with and the peculiarities -

States Senate page's recollections, months ago, we told her thntall the much like begging you are so off, the planter with a little capital can step :: horse keeps his cars thrown back. A they possess. I mean principally: ;in Scenes In Hawaii. .d
pub girl' wel in and purchase\ new plantations for a ,I kicking horse isapt to have scarred this class to include the dead-beats
and
lished in St. Xicholat, : took it in turn to bring sweets compared to me. Beside, Ive never i legs. A correspondent of the Providence
mere son r. Tie native must have money I,j A stumbling horse has blemished knees. the people from the back woods districts.
While wo were employed to wait upon class, ,and she turned as red as a beet and really wanted for anything: a for -----0 1 .Io'irv'twrites from the mdwitUlsIands: '
the Senators, "outsid.r" would often said, 'please leave me out. I afford :, Dearie, she's one of the merriest children for his Chi istns carousal, and plantation I,: When the skin is rough and harsh, and Yes," continued he rather mournfulys [ Among the curiosities of Western S KauAP ,.2. _

4 ,encroach upon our good nature and ask it." can't in the world, and thinks her sister, Miss g if necessary. It is in I does not move easily to the touch, the if in rememberance of : i are the famous barking eand, This

us'to do things. We always refused to "I wonder what she is saving her Poly Wantacracker" built this way that: Spanish residents have i horse is a heavy eater and digestion is had seen, "the casualties have been frequent -I phenomena of sound is attributed to the -. .... -

attend to these if they were put money for ?" Bella Smythe joined in. don't!I" begged her listeners. up their large banana farms. The j I i bad. Never buy a horse whose breath.ing and sad, but when one thinks of I attrition of the angular grains of sand I
in the matter I "Please let that be And Indian or half Leed'who sells out his : organs are at all impaired. Place the awful risk that the bareback rider,
shape instead of a "Perhaps to buy a gold watch. But I'd al forgotten. against each othr, when.the loaw. is in-
little
request There were several newspaper do without I gold watch forever before do, we beg you, let us four girls b llaceafer grand spree finds I I I your ear at the aide of the heart, and if a jumper and trapezist are always incur. slight -movement. It il cspefoUj wticpable

reporters in the gallery the Vice- I'd, be suchasngy thjing." I aunts,.cousins, grndmoter or without.means of support. He i i wheezing sound*heardijLis an indication rDg.it.to IxrwqnNifreVnhat! the recod ia dry times, anti arcelypereptible"afterarain. _
:
OiC _
President's to Dearie forth." goes immediately torkt. or rather !el trouble:! tragedies i iE"as small as it really
chair, to I have referred Te Christmlnoldasdrew.nea and thng. fom thi'd y his wife Happily oneSnav _
to work, : a new is. Of course the accidents of the '
up ring
who her awake said cears *
I nbe
frequently ignored our rights. academy a : see thing; or rather hear it, on a
Etare one lie it I ,
and ha fill
A'reporter would wish to ask a Question subscription list for the }purpose Jessie. gets w4 stred' cut I Xew Tear's Gifts. by far the greater part of the volumeof small scale. It is common fop-those residing

of a Senator, and not caring particularlyto ing the means with which to purchase i And the little one tossed the curls out some fruit when C14stmas: Come around the circus acci4ent, but there are in the regFon to keep a-jtefc fcf ibe

come down the stairs and send in his for their principal and teachers somehandsome : of her eyes-raised her head from the and away it goe3 rr rum: This is a The social observances of the frt day some pages thai-mention the fate of in- sand at home When this is taken, In

.rd. would drop a note from the gal. gift. "I can contribute nothing -I pillow-sat ,up in bed-looked gravely ,great reason why t1 Central America.I gl: the New Year appear to ben jdicoi persons who carelessly trifle j the hands and reversed jepeatedly, al-! _
never ahead similar in all
gets ar4- Again they are. -Tery the wild animals and I
lery, expecting one of us to pick I up ,t said tla when they laid it on I from one to another with big. blue, won; t easily cheated. and : apes. From earlest that all tell you lowing the sand to ZaU, first ta-ona ..endof
and h jd it to the Senator to whom it her desk, too bad," sneered i dering eyes, and she lisped in a sweet 4 i smetimes 'recorded commemorative srices, we people have not the the bag and then to th&theaJdnt

'a addressed. This was a rather '.officious Alice Hays. "We'll have to take up'a ( chirpy, baby voice, "How do, ladies j .ntrct for their f$lit which wilt :'fiml reference to featn' the interchange them that the trainers .ayeYU sound results, though it

request sometimes, 'as we were contribution for you." And they did, I me wish you a happy New Year."-Mat- tth r il poverty. have 1otmorl makl i In olden of present n usages of the day. Of course you beleve that a good imagination to liken it to a. oark'i'r a
!I power to stan4 op for a now, they enjoyed show is a good place go ton
tired and worn out from excessive running and the next day at recess Stella was presented garet Eytlnge. yelp. The same phenomenon may befob-
and readily in tI of ;finding out what their Believe
friends wished so? 1 know
I trap so.
and would hardly teel like goingup most ceremoniously with a paper Whywht served at Manchester-by-the-SeajJn-Maa*
schemers. ,wijhout their could
to where the in the bag of crackers. Not did 1 "t knowledge. The Roman be better, i you have s'achusetts and other
reporter was cheap Fish localULesyIa '
and Fowl at One Shot.I Ifce
I
wor little work i done on" emperor required his noble show? See what .
Wht subjects to opportunities one has.
roundabout way in chich we should she say when it i'as placed in lap, :1diJ'h United States. On a pedestrian excSr*
have had togo, to deliver him the information I but whensehool was over Mary Reynolds, send you a particular incident that :' bre's plantatin IS do I bnn him magnificent c offerings_- on--, _VA._" A goo menagerie 1 connected with it, siou we taw one of the grass huQj ot" _
happened with me while going around that is id! enourh. ,KO.Year's Day. Suebarius alludes to the can deny the benefit of that.
for, and then come all whose way lay in the same C so rare. It was no hut but th
,
.. caled i direction'a the shore of a Kalamazoo attempt is made to ) ; ifinging of presents to the capital and The same can said of a museum. And ,
pond near ;
ban
SLiD whether for block two : ful b was braided ia
a theba Jtd neatly .
way l& Jut, we were her or saw t ''ritus large strands4Lt A
I Mich. in search of from the ground. Ipder \ mke a similar reference to the the circus fine
crippled ducks. part one sees
full of did to the old i proper had
tir or activity, we not < woman who kept a Te I green changed by age tp silvery :
lk poor kinds is allowed to c off the 'pa o'f and New examples of skill and wit.
mater.of-our manner in I small peanut stand on the corner, "Did I morning's fight being over, I fired a okt yoUn c8 giving receiving science Yes, tint which was very prettr, wus ihte
When the ime for Yesr| I[ advocate of the circus." _
duck in the
4 and gathering Cfae-
some had demanded such bushes upon wadingout plnt a a lined with"rushes '
: reporters our i 1 you ever see coolness! said theirs nor was aad/tn this 4%
services; and we would often let the'l I I f in chorus when the heard of it. to get i I noticed considerable com-, ,, frt comes the vr men often have tcut < 'n custom was continued bv'"t l n Herald. climate one could not ask a morACcpnv fr fr'

note remain where it had fallen on thecrrt I' answered themselves, "Never," in jnotion among the bushes just beyond a tath out or rag their bananas kingdoms int which th'e f&rtable abode. The principal room was

Sometimes out of pugnacity I' another chorus. Jibe duck, and supposed, of course, that through or back theCout. a they call -Western; Empire was divided. "InMerrie"England" How to Get }'at a small shop where we tarried"latest a

surround the paper and walk Well, the holidays passed. Schoolwas I' I had killed another duck. You can this work. While t4s women are thusat we find numerous examples To eat supper just before going to beds little and refresh purselves thglisS'

around It t it I I to imagine my astonishment insteadof work the men aret,ewing sugarcane;i of it, even a a part of the public ex"fjenditure a great aid wrard fleshy. The of mineral &'ieneau .
,, gazing, jj apparently. with begin again upon the 3d or JankloWin when gt tnt water.whief! ;
of their hon of the
flCflT a duck, I found tht pound in'1nt < *.the children arfr court, a far down a food so taken hoes A nap nIsed to find in
iArilbucu it. Finally, when the reporter the principalTpave afewelcom7- black bass with a No. shot in its head arouw*5er the 'cocoanat ,the reign of CW4C II.; and, according after each meal ia also conducive to'the

would lean over,the edge of the back New Year party to her shla and wits making, the disturbance.: I have trees,, some *'|d( "some wittfaii"apology.of : to antiquarian writers, the custom ,of same end, but gentle exercise should betaken ip -i'.

gallery, and,, in I very obsequious man their near relations. Stella came with seen a pigeon and a squirrel killed with covering, {rowing up without I.interchanging presents was common in between mel to promote Marmalade is made from-'bsaana skins s _

ner, would bow hi head and smile and the test, dressed in a delicate lavendersilk the same charge, but whe\ you get fish any education an incentive I I all classes of society. We are told that tite. Large dos fresh air, avoidance appe. in rmianetph'a.! An enfitrprislng"* Italian I '

go through a lot gymnastc t indicate polon&s looped o"cr a dark purple i and fowl at the same time to get out of the state their parents I Queen Elizabeth especially on this day of envious thought entire con- has opened a factory and envoys twenty
smplybt i
that t everybody< glee, skir and embroidered with I the record.-Forest and:Str. 1 have lived in. Yet tlfcy are haifciviI- I,' received jewel and splendid apparel tentment with one's lot in life, one's Italian boya, who g &*r.,{j} .,bfra2Da _

and he would'uib' would not ." bunches purple a bunchof lized, and each year. pjrhips, sees them .!rom her f'j children, husband, relatives and friends skins from the gutterf n iflBTrria
f be exceedingly obliged if real ones serving her pnsie St. in a little better'condiqon than the last. The old Romans not only made prent;; complete the same 'great end. There is to the factory wh re they 4MiNW3& E1?

one of our the excellencies would graciously and another making, by br.st-pin, f prodigy Stephen's the college, of Delhi a boat ofa i There i hope'for tht only trugheucton upon this day. but they every I j one great advantage derived from the ground and cooked>; witB ., pi flt*
person
to
iU -
convey paper desi destina golden hair look ati more dent Chanda And connection with wor adct superstitiously believing I II craze on fat or no fat. is a rule vonag. -
goken He I
tion of poor -
one us would up; but not "How sweet looks name Singh cannot who come into the the don't work both t- '-
,
terprising te neW and of i4 -
L ,..until read ,' but a wonderful forger ye t b tht ways many .
-
ha
ten Jessie Fergus to Della Smythe. wu able to all country, the 4native must omen that controlled the following te laws for gaining or losing flesh ire the The London Timtgviz -p'- _

Glass '' ?" answered that younz lady. memory a b rpt hstut.bkEgl contend. Leave them themselves', and Emerson.call ou tokens of compliJ J 3ame, and are great*.health promoters. paper in tbe worlopTto be .

windows were m"Introduced "Oh! Miss Polly Wantacracker. I must ia a year they woula be in the same condition ment and the most part barbar. Te.foraton of skating, swim. steam powei The date
wanibe
into work tennis
England the eighth century. I confess I don't see any.sweetne'ss about arithmetic_ ; even multiplication out sums of that Coez ,them when he ous. Rings and other jew'els," says* ad ,clnb\ the patronizing 29,, 1314 seventy years ag -c: : _
,
her. Pm visited the little af'-of Truxillo and he, "are not a .
going to sit her at the number of j of them by stout and thin '
The bide figures '
auv another gu
-m. 'le 1t. sebat plt tko Hudson i upper table and e|jf only eats large.i by equally, I built his wall therey whfth' has-constantly The only gift butapIOgiCforgfu'j I alikt, is adding greatly to, th he th of Kerosene was-v first jSS.used- -for

k I been a reminder"to them of th civi :Is not.the p } | ou women.$tn Fi-ancuco C/rQ"W,. purpoaca in le2G,' A*, lighting. ;



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:\ :! + to the Weekly Florida Telegraph, April 25,1885.buppiemen :

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I< : : DESCRIPTION OF LA1SD.: 1 $. T. f1Z.lA1 J I Am't. | GENERAL MERCHANDISE!f

SIT( R I Amount I OWNER. ]l- ..
OF LANDS H. W.Ewtt.BIKNVX
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DESCRIPTION and e i
ORLEY, U. A. 8 i 01 tin t 1&UU U Ult5:: t : M F. B1\ow
N O .'ICE- 3U 5 18 Agent for and sW'l.of sw I 2 7 19

following described lands will be sold at public CORLEY, A. 5 W t ot sot.. 32 6 18 Fla. L. &: M. Co. nw 1 ofne and 8 ; of of sel 3 7 19 1 & EPPERSON.
is hereby givct) that the Lake Butler, in the county oriu f Agent for w of lots 1 and 2 scq ofne and nw 1 ofnw.l and s l -Dt..LI.ERS'"- t't---
18si; at
.NOTICE the 4th day of May, 33 6 19 11 7 19 ..
or. Monday will be necessary to pay the amounts duo for taxes Fla. L & M. Co. c 4-'of n e ?! and n t of s e of sw i 12 7 19 .

Bradford, or flick thereof as of sale and advertisin//: Year 1881tChFft. ofn and n w t c-f nw nlofse 1 tTIOt.S J .
costs !
the w
sametogetber with c GOODS \ Al\.U\
and l
herein set opposite to the ::: 3 7 19 se 1 and s! oCsw 1 and lot 5 s 0 1'J) 4 20 I Dip \
A and eofsw t
a I$. It A lot 6 .

() I DEscRJPTIQYUFLAyI. .................... .... W ; 2 4U j YilryanFelti : s--ofne t 10 7 19 w i of ne 1 and s i 201 20 20 -o :lUL :MERCHANDISE-

Adtan.' Ule.... .... ... .e 54 oln y4. Starke..... .... .... .... ........ 2 30Hrooks ofn and n t of w t and all of sections 23, 24 and 251 hand a fresh stock of :
........ ..... .. 1 acre in town..of........ ......... ....... ...........10 19 40 839 sw t e n ralllie 40(56 1 and sw 1 of sel and Keeps constantly on

JJ.. ....... .... .... se34ofne34 In........................ .... .... 13 2l 246Jio ne3'ofsejandnofnwofse sw .1 :,' 2d 4 20 Jf !__
Drown,JamesH.' .... .... .. 1 acres ........... .... .. 650Cohfn.L 14 7 19 ,... 29 4 20
:'wen. Airs R........ ...... lots 5 and 6 block.... .91n... .Starke........... ..... ...... ... ...1'1'. ,20 80 + : .,..; ,+ aU of section and l I Groceries I Ib
; ............ .... .... ...................... .... ....... 8 20 80 1127 8.. se ofselandn woof 8 eandn.ofswj' : ( : < )' nw 1 ofnw i and sw 1 ofsw 1 n
DWnOfDe ofDe3-"......... .... ..... 15 0 18 40 ,- 17s7'21 -- ,: of lot 1 and lots 2, 4, and 5 and s i 0 1
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Cbancy1.Tohnlll......... ..: Ilwtofll"" 34 ....... ........ .............. 14 22 ofnejandso ofn "; se 1 of se 1 and lot 21n 31l 20 New Goods o\ New Prices
e ... 4 22I of PRICE paid for CoUrt
.... ana w t n w t The HIGHEST'
andn334ofswyj. and
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... 20 and
... and'll e'! of n w422 33I Produce. Call see.
I n 34 of s t' r8. :sw;jf and sw 34 of eet(::::: 7 22n n t of net 8'V i and lot 2 in try Stark Fl...
and 3-i'! and s\\ of Be 3-t and 8W on north side of Santa n i and n i of Sf'i and ne 1 of sw i and

'- of S'1'a.nd t n3 and of nw'(l and sw ...... ... .... .... .. { 22n36andul4ofsands34o 30 acres : 35 '1"20 lots 1,2, 3, and -I 34 4 20 Aug.9,1884.w.H.
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se34andsw31 ne 1 ofne 1 and w i of ne 1 and nw :1 RIVERS
and s 34 of 8 and nw 3-i of sw 4 and ne of n e qr and s w qr of E and 1 of se 1 and n 1 of aw 1 and ,
n ............... 1 1 22 8 e qr ., nw
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22. 32.3.1, 21 and 22.... .. .. .... .... I 2Z w lots 1, 2, 3
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all all of of sections sections, 6. 8, 9 and 4 except He Of se 34' in34 .22a 2 5 18 r.. ne 1 and e l ofnw i and nw of nw 1 DEALER INDRY *
1 ; .21n swgrofseqr ofsw 1
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and 8 4 and n of Be and De 4 of sw 9 21 swgrofseqr and lot, 3 and 4 36 4 20
4
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and se qrof nw qr and se of of neqr. and sa 21qr t of n e qral1d n t of s c qr and sw 1 of ne and se 1 and w i 1 5 AND
se qr 20
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and n of se qr and n nw i or ne 1 and a l of ne 1 and nw } GROCERIES
ne qr and e 34 of nw qr ........ : 219i of I e ,
of II.".. qr and 8qr of 116 qr... .. .,. 4 ) n of n c qr and 8 e qr ql andelofselandswlofselandwi
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and of nw of lots 1 2. 3 4,6,7,8,9, ,
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and s t ..
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34 and 34 of s 34 s ? t 2IBe '. I n l qI' qr Which he offers at

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sw t
0 nt'qr qr w an n qr ,

D 34 of dw qr.gr.and....e. .34...of...se. ..qr...and....n. ..34. .of...se....qlan.l ...;4 t 21 lit.CI 159 2Doane 4Daridson I:0 R i qr of 8 0 q1' and s w qr 2rof 5 18s n 1 and se qr and n 1 ofsw qr and s 15 5 20

t'State.lie qrof Me tiW qr................... ........ ....... 19 ) 22 40 c grind s w qr of 11 w qr and n nw qrofswqr qr and se qr ofse fJ.r and wi ofsw DRY GOODS, HATS, NOTIONS,

,Clarence adm'r of t'btate ....... .. .... .... .... ........... .... B 21)d swgrandsegrofswgi26" 5 18 17 5 20 CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES
Truman. LC: lloaae........ AA- rofaegr.Of ofsqr ands 3< of_ seqr .... .... ...... .... ..n, -, 20 of t lot r1 2, 3, 9' 5' 8 and s i of lot 9 and nhf TRUNKS, ETC., FTC., AT
and 34 of nw qr and e hf of sw q n t of a e qr and n i s e qr iIIIfJ.t of lots 11 and 12 18 5 20
nt'qr of lit'qr e ....... .. ... ... x roD 34 5 18 19 5 One York and Boston Wholesale Price
and sw grand sw qrofs\\ qr. and e 34 oswgr. and s e qr of s e qr lots 10, 11. and 12 Now

and.n34....of...se...qr...and....sw...grof.....se...qr.. .. ... .... ... .!6 20nwqr. 29 03 n i of n e qr and e 4 of n qr and qr ofneqr and ne qr of se qr and 20 20 CARPETS AND MATTING A
............. ... .. 7 21 14002 !. whfofswqr 5
.... .... ...............n.. 'J) and nqrofe f J
...........,........... ... ..., ....... 6 i 19 s w qr of n w qr nw qr and a ht of se qr and niv qrof s SPECIALTY.O. .
lsss'ths.5k.1 ......... Rn tNsofsPqr ............. ........... .... ........ 1 ;; 19 19nwgrofnwga. qr and n t of s w qr and s ( w qr 21 5 20

e s\\" xrofs\\"qr.--............ ............. .... .... 5 8 i; 111 200' 897 qr of s w qr ::36 5 18 ne qr and 8W qr ofnw qr and and n hf 0 22 5 20 L. KEENE,
oflot10.. ...... .... it i 20w34ofnwgr ( of se qr se and se qr of se qr sw qr

1)(tde'TE.................. lot Sands34oflot4andn3........ .. .... ... ................. ..18 l i 19 240 8921Dt'1l"'TEagUirsEI segrofnegrandneqr s c 1019 n hfofseqr and sw qr 25 26 5 5 40segrnfse 20 Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods,

S ., ......... .. i 20 qr qr and and 8 hfofs NOTIONS KID GLOVES. PARASOLS.Silk .

Urkle}; ................. .... n s 4 34 oflot4andll of c.e q r and neqrofswqr.. ........... .. .. .. 11 ;, 111 1\1\ 31'.0 51)6) w i of s e qr of s e qr and e t ot 2 G 18 n qr hforne and sw fJ.r qr of nw qr Z1 5 20 Umbrellas, Zephyrs and all kinds

..eqr cfnt'qr.:5 ohe qr... ...... .. ...... !6 t 20 80 492y swqr e hfof l1e ell' and sw qr ofne qr and st of material for

DO\\"l .1W...... .. .... .. ftW qr oIe..'erecords'Ir and liW..qr.... .... .... .. .. ......,.. 9A7 ne qr of no qr and ne qr of nw qi 12 .6 18 qr ornw qr sa and e hfofaw fJ.r and

E Fn1wss", ,11 l.n.... .... .... 50acnc f,..'.. .. ................ ...... ........ ..... .. 17. t 19, 100 49':: and ne .. ;4 6 18 swqrofsWlr 28 5 20 Fancy 1fTor] ,.
y Friar \V K..:......... .... segro"" .... .. .. .. .. .......... ........... 11 7 L, 40 28d c \ of ne qr s\v qr qr hrot nw R) 5 20
\' ... fae.bfrslA' ..... .... ... wbfofehfofswqrandehfofswqr.qrofnegr. ...._... .. 4 .j 19 and w -J of nw qr and sw w 'II' 30 5 20 tSfPrompt: attention to or lers.
.... .. .... .......... .J 19 ne qr lots 1, 2 and 3 Laura,
D F.......... hf of and n hfof nw r. II 1 5 19 32 20 59 West Bay St., Cor.
tare y. J1f of t' n\\"qr 5
w ... .... .. ........ ... 5 19 qr of nw qr aw qr ofse qr JACKSONVILLE. FLA
lI\\"qrofswnE'qrofse of qr.nw gr. .. .... ............ 8 ..j 19 400"2 15 60! 2 5 19 nw qr of 3-1 5 20 Jan. 11. 18$ .-6m.
sw qr of aw qr nqr ... ...... .. ............. 278 n hlf of se qr bfofnw and nw fJ.r ofsw fJ.r 3i; 5 20 .
lots 3 and Un Lawwy of Starke.. ...... ..... .. ...... 2 C71I8".JnalJ. ne and e hlf of nw qr :3: 5 19 w qr 2 6 20 MISCELLEANOUS.

......... ........ I lot qrof in the nw town qr.. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. ...... .. II 1; 2'2 40 4j' qr of and nw of sw ql 4 5.,19 neqrofneqr ofne and "W br or nwgr and ,-- -
sw 719w hlf se qr
19 93 e qr ne qr qr
lDesldeofswqrofS\\"q :
.... .. .. 12 and
HallCll.\ ehfuh\\"qt'al<;o13acrs..<........... ...... ... ..... r Ij 20 2\} 39segrofswgrandswqrofsoqr. of nw and ne qr of St w qr orsc qr and e hfor lhv qr -I 20 Boot ana 01'1C
....... shfofsegrofnegr .. .... ...... .. .. 7 I; 28-- M 62.5nhfofsegr. nw qr qr 519 swqrofn w qr and sw qr 6

tlod eswilliam Enoch..... ... .... .. .... ..,... .. .. .. .. .......... ... ..... ,8 /i 18 M 555KanxOC qr 5 n nfoTne qr and n hroinw qr 33 5 20 Store
Harris, ofluts 1 and 2.. .... ...... .. .. .. .. .. ........ 16 i. 2.2 30 257 hlf of lot 1 of ne qr and e hll se r of nelt r and seqr and ehfoffw >
............. .. 0 40acresrrcord.qr ................"'' '' '''' '''' .. 40 39s n of 5 6 20a ON
............... and nw qr of se qr&:negrofswq+ 151 18 120 1151 of lot 2 of ne qr and lot 1 JI of lot 12 .7 6 20n
wC of ne hf of
Lore. IIW qr qr ........... 5 45UahtleY hf lot 1 and n STREET.
.. IOd
l4ddenI1It.... ........... lOX acres Reereeords.. ....... .. ... and hlf of lots 1 and 2 and nw of seqr .. WALNUT
n of qr
19 hf
se
...... : .'1'9\ I w qr bf awl e qr
Liddon: ,SI,N06t'fI.a.R.............. .. ::1 of rofnegr.n hf n\\ .... .... .... i 19 435tIalp1lUl'II of of sw qr and ne qr of se qr G(; 5 19 and n hf of sw qr 8 6. 24w STARKE, FLA. .
%ofswqrlfswqr................9 129 of mv hf of ne qr and se qr of ne qr and nw -
and

for ...... .... ........ .. .. ........ It '; 19 nw qr of no qr se qr ql 7 5 19 qr and no qr of sw qr and w holswqr 9 6 20 THE\lnl1t'rsll1l..II'.tfllllv Hoot Informs and! the shoe pub
Frank agt hlf a
; se ... .... .... 19 98 55y and s!! tha he thas opened
j
.. -
Sarah t b\\llis....... .. RwgrofswgrnndshfaPnwofswgr.'waeresreerecords) ........... ... .. ............... 15 441 c hlf and sw qr 8 5 19 negrofswqr 12 G I 20 Store in which chiUren's will t..!*found shoes.a full My line Rood of gent'ladies' were
13 620 and
...... 1 22 9! 5 C( nWflrofnwqrandwhfofswqr from the factory and
StlitchellienrySntc. of ne qr direct
cash
Nickols,1S'F.' ....... ....... IIW nw qr qr of Me qr and 20 acres in sw qr of se q1' 19 7 2"J 120 435 1M sw qr of nw qrnw e hrofne qr and sw qr of no qrand w : bought therefore/ fur can be sold at remarkable low fl rure '
m w of
hlf <
nqr and
of nwgr Sl of ne and s and se of mv fJ.r and stock embraces all the latest
se qr 345 qr qr bf of nw qr cash. My
........,. .... :G t 20 40 qr 01 for cordially lavted
nettles.T It. l1e qr of 11 and s hll! 10 5 bfofsw and nw fJ.r and quality. Everybody
2 ; of
2"J 40 and hlf nw qr se and e qr nest styles
!... .. of qr' s fJ.r examine my gooda as to pries.aind
Kt'wl1Iauslssac ow qr 17 6 20 and
: 40( II 74Heed. ; to call
19
irs 1iettlo.: ... .. of fie qr 12 and hlf of nw and sw sw qr No trouble to show Rood.
!
t'tt.erson newels, J J........... ..... se lie Qrf qr nt' qr I7 tf 18 40 8 ;j no qr e qr 11 5 s hi of lot 10 and n hf of lots 11 and 12 18 6 20 i quality. A. L. TON KIRrStarch

Jake;........ ..... .... nhf of nw qr and w hf of sw qr ; 18 100 1022Jtobert8. qr of nw qr and s hlf __ hf of lots 2 and 12 and lots 3 1\:\, '84
i 39nw .. s
.... ... Id
.
...... of
Si'J. sw and G ccnhf
stokes H E......... .... .... sw ne or et ncrr it tj 119 4 101 3 24Statterd 44S n hlf of ne qr se qr ]> qi 11 19 6
qr of sw qr A .1 I and w hlf of nw qr :aM sw qi and of nw q W. C. JONES
2 30 of no
18 40 ne qr ,
,.fatt...... ...... qr of ne qr 12 5 qr
timititLF.................. l1wqrofswqrandllwqrofnwqr is ; 115 60 7'68l'SI'lonl. and s hif of sw qy" 3011 sw qr of nw qr and nw q IX
S S .,... .... and hlf of mv qi and DEALER
m .
22 9 3.\\ hlf of ne hf of so
oj 4 n qr and w qr CONFECTIONEIUKS
.. t;colt Wm;agt tor Rosetta 40 acres in Be qr cor of se qr !9 14 5 '. of se qr CIDER, FRUITS,
.. ................ .. 1U roisegr ii 19 44Tyre 345 and sw qr of SW1', :20 u
Todd Scbtt.r G OW .... ...... .... ... n hf of lie qr of se qr less 80 acres !.II 21 17 650! of se qi r I sw qr VIWET.\Ur.rut
Isaac ............ .... ne qr ofsw qr 16 7 41) 3 35 n hlf of ne qr amt gnw, qr \ ne qr of ne qr and sw qr of ne qr AD i
of nc qr of se qr- 17 i 2"J. I hlf of se < and s hlf oswqr .3- ,: hf of -
qr and ....
sw qr andblock s jt aIld ......
.., Walls, Frank............... lots I, 2,4 and 6 i in Starke r ta- 67R 00 4f 15\ 5 _.; '''. h < r'" a"l, "e....n1' f"t1 ny qr, '." ALSO : ---
bf of ne> qr 3 00-- and who sw < han
\\"illlAIDS,Jack............ hflot In Starke I \ D _- :; w hf of nw qr A fresh supply of Soda Waters on
of sqr \\ 26" "
sar.I1l.O-jnhh o .J\ BW "
so r-rr--3a 12! 25 hlf 01 \ 'qr'lid qr ,. \ } at all times.
10 acres ,1 .I qr .) Yes'Olt
T sw qr of tie qr less 21.11'S1cCumy. 17 5 :30: H to yet a good Key ,
) y ; J 3 the place:
and is
'. ./ A Yaney........ .., nwqr of ne qr 2'l lots one, 2 Here
",/ Adams ...,.... ........ whfofneqrofneqr q 5; 12! tit 4215 n hlf and hlf of fie qr and sw ql so of ::35 'C 'c which. are kept cOi.

1 acre In 2 i 23! 4O 200 and of sw ql ql' '36 (Call Florida Havana Cigar
nw
se 12 40 2 30 of se qr qr hf of sw on hand.
A Spinillt'r ... .... ..... .. n yq ofof nw qr 14 1 8 19! hlf of sw \\jr 18 5 o qr 1 7 scantly Baisden's en t;
11 and Oeo.
s of
lnlth. ........ ... nwqrofnoqrandneqroffl..qr of section At the old stand
Jr&TJbekle Uu.ae C .... .... ... ebtofseqrandswqrofsectt" 18 18 ''i i 19 1\1\ 2-10 645 11 hlf and se qr anon hlf of sw qi e hf of sw qr 2 'I Railroad: wharf. with ice *

n\\ qr of Be qr ,I : 21 and se qr of nwqr-"--. 19 5 and se qr of se q 1 am prepared to supply all
w hi of sw qr 21 15C6Re uhf of so qr
F Gardnt'r.,..... .. .... ... 8 acres in ,g 7 i 1 140 755 n hIf and nw qr of sit qr 20 5 and no 11' of s w qr 9 short notice.

Owner t'nintown.: .......... neqrofS'\\"qr-rot s; ;i 19 19 310,: .1. 'iI'nwqr 5.\; neqr and e hlf of nw qr and sw e hf and sw qr 10 'cU Mch. 3 '83....-----.....--.....--.-..-....

of 19 tO! :335sr of and 80'qr and e hll ana se qr of ase
13 i
nw of
wWofn\\"qr 40 230 qr qr hf anti n hI so qr lPLE-
19 E
rl
qr of ne qr 22 20 230 of sw qr J21 one and nhf ofsw qr and sw 11 "t SJ. 1

Unknown..... ...... el1fQfneqrofn of ne | qr
Owner of ne and s qr qi
qr of
2I'a4 qr sw ql'all
D1iss K Calker for '8'2 '83 &: se qr of ne q1' a 2'2. M 540 and hlf of nw qr and se qr ol qr 12 cce MILLS

..... ... ....... ......... nt'tr'lfswq1' 12 2"J fro 2965AI w 22 5 ux of section of TEMPLE'S
w hf of sqr al { !V 100 4 40USGrantJr. nw qr and s hif of hf and n hf of nwgr and so qr

W Urown for...'S38nd.........8-1.... nw neqrofseq1'qr of 117, I 22 22 40 40 230 178 1Warrt'uBimpton. w hlf of 23 5 4 IlW qr and sw qr ot sw qr 13" u I FLAMANUFACTURER-

............... 8wqrofseqr Ji: i 2ifn..nrich \ : of 25 5 and sw of ne q
a Jatt'phClark 40 hlf sw qr
,,22 qr of
....... .... 8wqrofseqr IS 8 '7 e 5 ct e.hf ne qr
...... in town of Lawwy and nw qr of se qi 26 and of so qrand
Winters..... three and a half acres 2 40 278 w hf of nw qr and nw qr nw qr
N E llaIlau................. se qronwqr 11 7 T 40 and lie of nw qr and s hi and e hf of s .I
of
hf
Krellich............. 1 acresRe rornrda ne qr qr s se qr
Louisa AR Waucho! pe............. e \\" ht and' s\\"qrofne ql h,) t ]19 9v of nw qr and s hf 2'1 5 w 14 : OF AND DEALER IN
and I qr
'tptnaverro A Ambler e hf of ne qr and nw qr s and nw qi of e Dressed Yellow lint
n hf or se qr and ne qr ; 19 111o e hf and e hf of nw qr nw qr of no qr and s hf n qr Sawed and

n I1Fornw hF QF IIf'C qr .t:8 f N 1s02C2:; of nw qr and s hf of sw qr 28 5 _. and nw qr and nhf of so qr and Lumber of every Description an l

nqr OF ne qr and lots 2 and :3 yl I 19s 19ehlofllt nw qr of ne qr and s hf of ne ql se of se qr and nw qr of sw Quality.Laths .
u qz
andw bl of sw qr 5 "
hl of nwgr 1 and hf 29 15 "
s
19
of eQrandseqrofSwq.1J! and nw -Brackets.
qr
>qr and aw qr qr Railing. :

ne qr of ne qr and and n W w hI of of se qr ne and qr a hI of lots 2 t: \.i'it 19 19 n hf and se qr and e hf of sw ql ,( ,0 hf of ne qt anti nw qr of no ql Pickets, constantly on
of 5
hI ue
qr Lumber
s and ::30 ofnw
ne qr and e qr of nw qr and sw qr of nw qr t and sw qr of sw qr and 11 hf of nw qr and se qr and Finishing
of and n hi of s\\qr .t t 19 and hf of se qi 'j antI hand.'Special
\ h se qr_ of and n hI ofs\\'qr- 15 I 19 w hf of nw qr s ,. and n hf of nw qr .
hl Re qr (
) nw qr and n and s hI i6 19 fniRV qr ofSW t'r hf of sw qi24e : tc tc Fill,
e hI ofne> qr and IIqrof neqr and e hf of sw qr of sw qr nnc n attention given to
19 c c e
qr
wldofnwgrnndswgrofswgr 4 I .31 5 __ if
e of and II\\qr of De qr and e segranduhI hI of n\\ qrne hf of nw qr and sw qr of se qr ins Orders with Dispatch.
grandwgrofnwqrandseqrof and hf of nw qrr and s\\ ,. and sw qr oi
of8wqr&owqrofswqr 'i 19 qr n r and e hf of nw qr

oegrof of se n\\"qrof qr and e nwgr qr and s hI whl ofS\\"ql D ;! 00 19 qr of nw qr and se qr of &e qi se qr and e hf of sw qr and s\\ ScrolL WorK,
and 8'qrand 10 1 :3: 5 CCt"
anl1(.111 of Dwqr 23
n qr hf of sw
of se qr) 20 andw qr 2i of
lot 2 and se qr t sw qr
all of (except countit qr AND
5 19
in Baker and s hf ::3 26 a tc
Fractional J>art as returned 21,1325,r., 33& s: 50W 50 06 e hf of ne qr 1 and nw qr ; se qr of se qr and w hf of aw qr
for the> year of 1" 1 ('Iflecs and sw 2 c 1- OrangeCRATES
\\' -! 21Re = n hf and n hf of se qr q u sw qr of neqr 5 Vegetable and

kSCaUes......... and tie qr of sqr 15 ; 21 of sw qr 4 5 4 !,.dwatdS+ qr of of De qr S BW qr of Bt so qr end sw qr of sw qr
of ne qr S tie qr
ne'Ir of ne 5 C' u
21 and q1
se
.D qr
qr and eqr and sw qr -= ; 21ne n hf of ne qr 5 u all of section
and qr
IIblo/ue> qr and fit' qr nw 'I 21 and nw qirs 35 and se qr of ne q
ari se qr and n\\ qr and S'W qr ;. n hf of ne qr
flW(1 qr Ilnd sw qr "J. 2' hf of ne qr and ne qr of nw q .:. and mv qr of so qr and w hf ol A SPECIALTY.ALSO .

''Ihl of II\\ qr ami n hf of. 6 K
; and se qr onqr aaw and e hf of se qr -
1 Is hl of ne qr and se qT of St r sw qr
6
qr of ne qr and n hI of se qr and se qr 13 21 w qr and sw qr of sw qr 1 ne and n hf of nw qr and sw FOR SALE

qr pnd sw qr hI or sW 2tl1eqr of se ql : qr ht
and n and and w
s hi.f nw qr and s hI 01 BW qr u, ;! :1se W hf of nw qr sw qr '" .- _, qr of nw qr and se qr
> and nw qrno ne qr 4 2 G 7 (fr.e qr
and neqrofn'o\'qr&:seqrollwq 4 \ 1 and sw qr of sw qr ftC '
qr ofn qr --. 5 I 21 and nw of BIqr 8 1CC I i '
qr
swgrof uhf and se qr of section 0
21 0 0"
oft 6 3 6 ., 25, I '
ii "
:3 Be qr and 11 of 9 '
hI ofnwqrand ehI of RW qr and se qr sw qr hf of '
neqr and e W sw!: qr ;
.
sof sw qr 21 -1 6
-- K' w grof sw qr and IIW qr of 7 i of 11 (C L ) :

r .... .... Be nwgrandswgr.qr and nw qr and sw qr of it 21"I ., '......; se hf qr of no ne qr qr and nw qr of nw qt: 5 6 ". e hf of of nw qr 12 cc "
19 21 WI"'! s ; whf nwgr
J1 "l.l'and nw q.o and swgr :; and hf of se 3n(} sw qij and sw q .
andw blot se qt" i hf n qr hf and ht'of sw qr
'-Il1"-I\r' and e qr of tie qt' 11 4Pe n n n LA D
and c t 0 *: 6 6 u u
15
1 ACRES OF
# t c t of nw i and nw tand sw of se qr and sw qr j of sw
-
sw t and nw t of sw } and sw and t of nw sw t} 18 21 ;; s hf of fee qr and e hf of soqr 8 6 : hf of section 17 "

4": and sc } and c t of nw } cf se n and hf Groves in .
Dc i and nw qr s ,
01 of ne qr of sw qr 1 for Orange
of aw 1 and ne 1 ne qr qr ne and nw qr Suitable
and sw 1 qr
.. of of wanted
nw t hf
," and IS" a be
> hf of s of se and as may
sw 1 19 d ands se qr of nw qr and neqr qrn 1 of 10 acres up,

." ne t and sc i ofne 1 and se 1 W C)1 wrqr:?' ; 9 6 r hf of ne qr :21 ( Nov 1-IT-

m and nw lof sw i '1 21 and s hf cf'nw qr i: .. |28 c' K
of of
1
nw hf
s t ne qr of
75 62r'&rGO c nw qr
and se t ofnw t and sw 1 ;30 215940 and tw qr ol /- nw qr of ne "WeelsisCMZKTTE -
qr -13
ne } 21 and B hf of se qr n hf of ne qr arn L. sa qr $: ..
+ "
w 1ofsw t 13 6
.. \ nw land 110- : I and nw q .
'" t 1gclof sw qr '\ii' and scfqr of nw qr
R n Co sections 15 and l
all of hf ,of nw q 29 (t win be maited,
lots !. 2, and a 19 19- n hf of ne qr and n of sw qr KU The POLICE addrew in tJ.e \nitf'd
to any
all cyf section 21 19 tnvc / and sw qr of nw qr and: se qij hf of se qr and n hf of sW qr ::30" 1 Mrmppd.for three months oo receipt of
of 1 and ne 1 of nw 1 and w to" 19 of I Jiee 11 6 n 3 6( States
ne hf S\V
n } and 8 qr hf of nw DOLLuVK.
t qre
SW ONE
of sw 1 and sc lof 23 Vn 6 "....1 w
i and w and qrof sw q 12 and lot 2
7 19 qr.of se qr my" hf of lot one of nc qr allowed to postmaster, agentsand :
of discount
c t 1-of nw see i and nW' 1 of nw i yd 19 n hf t>f ne qr and se qr;, of se q "'., of ne qr and and lot one of nw I Liberal clubS. sample copies mailed free

aU of sections 1,3,5.7,9,11, and n 1- o 19 \.I '\ and.ne qr of sw qr i 13 6 .. and e hf of lot 2 5 6 Address all RICHARD ordertI) It. FOX

I 15 and hf pf nw q and lot ODE: N. '1l
w FR.tNKLSSrjCARE
section 44 se qr of ne qr" e hf of lot one of ne qr
all of sec 17 19 ./ hf of se rnd e hf osw.grr 6 6 I"
and qr
3 4, w of .
of sw 1 and lots 1. 2. 19 qr sw qr Sale. fe :
n t and n 1- 50 14 6 of 9 For -
9 19 198966227 of ne qr and so qr this section. 40_ew.. j
>
lot
and n t of 115 6 4Lg sw qr fc>0 6 The finest little place In fed:
nbfofneqr n- sw of nw qr Iftret-claaaplneland.l 3 acres ciearedannd ,

11 Edwards agent nw } of sw 1 -. 20 sw"qr of ne qr jl 123 6 't. nw qr qr of nw qr and BW qr of swq 21 6" with barb Wire Qua, stumps sea aon.all All will bear witwftwoyears.
LiO blossom
"l 4 F ..DGro'\ etof re } ; 20Ujof1ot10andnwofnwt 20 w hf of ne qr and p hf f nw q -', o nw qr of nw qr 128 g u In 100 LeConte water.pear trg frame*. about ncuse 1ttrees rtI

\ r: } () } } } 2-t i 20 ,," ,; and .n hf of BW qr a '; .se' qr o 24"n n hf of nw qr and nw qr of sw qr29|r"nhf 6"(. I rooms in palnwdand nursery, good blinded,only \H m.es friSOirkeFla.

'_ and ne 1 of se i 12 3 20 sw qr all of esotinn 6 ___ Cheap.
_
'i sJ--of se 1- "' : auu 0.. -- ...
j 4_ ,. 11 sof 10 7 20n 20' =- hf of ne qr and nw it and s hi .,;. and w hf of se qr |32 6 u 1 Commercial Hotel. -- -
-- ;
and aof seand u i 11 25 6 -c 28,15.4 times. ,
t 1ofsw 1 se ana sw qr i f :: r March
swof sw } T qr 6 : qne hf of nv qr
26
land and
se 1- of sa ii 20 of of vr
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