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Title: The Starke telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 28 (Jan. 15, 1887)-v. 9, no. 40 (Apr. 6, 1888).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The most conscientious brass band in LI FE'S DAY. 1 -
1ow's Mr. W.estcott and young Mr. not to miss finding it. How well you ""Was it for crimes that I had done, be with an these cold sorrows of earth; they

the country graces Mobile, Ala. Its mem When the day is young and fair, she inqure cheerily."Oh guessed my taste, too! I know there REV. DR. TALMAGE. He groaned upon the tree shall be melted away at last before. the W

ben several miles into the woods t Birds sing in the dewy air, they're wel. Don't know can't have been a prettier one in town." Amazing pity, grace unknown, sunshine of heaven. '

and the Glinting but Job does look like ague. She was growing much embarrassed And lov, b.oad deg"Ter While I present these thoughts this m
practice consequently enjoy esteem sunlight e.erwher. very lug does it not seem that heaven comes very
Hearts buoyant free from Guess hc'l feel better now that you're and hardly knew what she was THE BROOKLYN i no wcp amid surroundings of I near us, though
of the entire communty. a car6> here." DI"IXES SUN that i iiipreses me than that I I t a o f who w
sn' mor
Souls are strong t do and dare; saying. But a for Job-Job h simply DAY SERMON. of own moth r.- You not point her thought a great way off, -
When Manda was now conducted to the spare i At first he thought she Hi I the tance but by) JO hv sometimes
the day is young and fair. colapsed. :me can see by sorrow, the anguish co
The latest reform idea is comedown
that and
prison ofarl1ing chamber, where, having laid aside her might joking. Then the truth occurred : the woe bv the upthrowu lianda. That have river how a Dgt hear you.

) of prisoners, or the system of Sunny hours have climbed t noon, l bonnet and ulster, she did not. long to him. The valentine he had Subject: "Four Pall Regiments." all means mother. "Oh." you say, "why h mr

conditional liberation. I was begun i in Chiming one by one their tune, linger, the temperature of the room being bought for Adeline Humphreys. :Manda ddllt she her go back down to to the the foot of the It h and too the a side rf rv.Yosot t

Al the ways of life are strewn something in the early fifties. The two Hardy had it! e w Mk I is said White .
accepted And thousand th horrible for hei to look fkf tt
England so long as 1853 and is now T four praised .you .
ago With its hop; alas, s soon, ladies returned then to the kitchen and He tried to speak, but could find nowords. Chne Tn'ii., 5; This day shall not know when a child uJn" angi'uh prhe i Philadelphia,
heard clear
one
practiced in Germany, the Netherlands They \ could not bloom indulged in an amiable and comprehensive He stammered shockingly. Suddenly be unto / fo mr.-Eou xii,14. or trouble it always a I eve New Jersey shore. When I

and France. In the sultry heat. of noon. discussion of persons in particular in sheer despair, he dashed from When week last the communicantmembership of 0 mother! Ta" me hri, you a at little t wh chaplain i the army,I r w .

--_.,. and things in general until it was time to the house and out of sight. of this church passed into the I ay, from the cr cannot drag h.I .her could easily _"

At a dinner the numberof But the evening comes apace, get supper. Manda was startled for a moment. four thousand, now reaching four thousand I away. She will feepo-.i looking ;a Ion 'j .-oc' of the pickets across the Potomac, just -t
Washington With its soft illumined face Job and fory-fvt the first part of my text came her son brthe?>lie will stand there lokng. i when they were using ordinary 'Atuias
came in with his father and the Then she said to herself \ t
men *as than the women, and Bringing softly-almost to I btought myself what a Oh, a scene :it was for a t'nder-he' we come ad stand by .
hearts
larger peace t of gal two hired men. tender : grand thing it woud four thousand mother t look upon! How Jordan tr ns from our friends who

one guest, a ( charge, had themelancholy Hearts that through the(lzy race. Miss Hardy's seat at the table was exactly "Why, he's real bashful! I didn't of ou cmuict membership would, like I have sprung t His relief. It was se hr wou son. are gone it seems t me we stand o o

pleasure of taking out the Kept on with 0 steady pace- opposite his own. He felt stmngclyuncomfortable know that. But I always knew he was the fou thousand of the ancient Temple, j I. Her son! g'-adly she would! clambered bank,and they stand o th other; i

Chinese He made the best of Hearts of truth, God's hearts of grace. and held his head down real Lord.it thei lfeti bue t praisa the j I up on the cross and hung there herself only 0 narrow"stream,a ourv O ,
lnh.ter. intelecual" timbrel !:: if her son could have been relieved. How their voices come. -
Kidney: McLean in the Currenf.MANDA'S much of the time. A good deal of bitterness ) returned with cheerful anthem tem h a .
Ir. a.l doxology!
it afterward: in a remark: "Well, my I Westcot ad I: strengthening she would have been t Ch tinctly wht they say: "These a t
rankled in his heart. He cared The allusion of my second text is to the if she mi ht have coma close by who cmo out of great tdh ,

iat1cr had: a petticoat on, anyway." I very little to talk, but he couldn't avoid "They get up such things real elab'r- Paver, which commemorated the deliverance soothed Him! Oh, there was a good deal in and had their robes waah i-*?,and

---- --- PARCEL listening.Suddenly. ately nowadays," she said, smilingly. of the Children of Israel on the night i I I what the little sick child said upon whoma made white in the blood of .t.L"

appears that the value of the tobaccoof Miss Hardy addressed him- "Was that Job that came in and went land when of the destroying angel sped through the surgical operation If a painful nature Still the voil cme across the .a
I Egypt "We
destroying the enemy but i I I i must be performed! The doctor sid: "That I hear: hunger no m thirst n
all kinds some commonplace remark-she had not out againr'"Yes,7' : saving the door- neither shall the
consumed in the United tle--IUt bu on child won't live through this operation unless more s o u noranyhatfortheLambwhichis1mthe
BY LILY CURUT. seen him for over three months. He had said Manda in D low, sweet pit of sprinkled the you encourage Yo go and get
m
States amounted last year to about $23- Of course it was absurd and to look at her then. And, for some in- voice. {%l didn't mean to annoy him. : of 0 lamb. To-day we come t celebratea :i i i cnsent." The him fatter told i all the o tr h of the throne leads u to living;
The increase in the -really grander Paver, peril going away from said and oil led John! water, and wipeth away aO tears from
000,000. productionof truly absurd-for Job to have taken the explicable reason, as he looked in her They say some folks can't bear to be our soul at the sight a the sprinkled blood of : ow. will you po I I I G

cigars for twenty years is something affair f-o sorely to heart. Even Job's face he felt himself blushing terrifically. thanked for presents." th Lamb of G on the door-posts of ou through lokedry with pale it, Rnl IVill b you thought consent a to itf' He ouri'e.The brightness of thi fe hour Is shadowed

enormous In I860 it was about 330,000- mother, that lively body, scarcely He, .Job, the bitter, the wt.aryof life, "I guess he's a little that way," said he Passover, sacrificed for ,.r ad sid: "Ye father ifyouwiU miut my with the sister church

000 and later the past forty, who had felt llersel jolly interestin the thin-limbed, the aguish felt the hot Mrs. Westcott with a slight sigh. u day shall b unto you for amemoriaL' .I, hand I willf! So the father held! his hand whose pastor i dyin, or dead. Though your
twenty years consumption the blood rush tumultuously into his neaa As for Job? he rushed away j and led him straight through the pltic and your religion may have been dii-
all up Wel.
had cached; nearly 3,GOO,000,000. matter along and encouraged and stain his sallow checks beyond con- from- the house through the The Sacramental Sabbath, whether it peril. Oh. wonan in :your hour of I think you will all agree i sayfn -
her sons to the comes in American church that when Ward Boecher out
aspirations extent of denuding a or a English anguish whom do you want with soul Henay goes
-- her best window plants in orderto cealing. apple orchard, completely overcome by chapel or 0 Scotch kirk, is more impressivethan I Mother. Young man: in your hour of trouble, of thi'lfeit will leave a vast vacuum in .

An old Philadelphia detective is authority provide bouquets for the fair lady of He supposed they were all looking at his new experience. any other Sbbth Its light is holier, 1 who do you want ko csnsole you* Mother. th in the land. For eight

for the statement that the worldis his choice Job's him, though in reality it was not the -Manda Hardy thought he meant that calmer, sweeter; voic more tender; its I If the mother of J'sus could only have taken years we have been friendly neighbors.
even mother, after the Every tc 1 softer:its memories are more chast those fret into hpr If she after my arrival in this city as a pas '. -
And he answered in most valentine for her! hair of his bleeding lap might I "ek
growing heter. Most of the expert first shock of disappointment, had setleddown case. so a embarrassed ene The frt of the Christian life sudden have taken the'lyit.g; heal on her bosom! giving out 0 notice in his own church, .'
head seemed stand end: That valentine -
to
manner. on ripen, on the hill the I he went clear out of to
from state of give me.a.
thieves and safe-breakers a indignant orch. she might have said to Him: "It will I hs way .
hlrAlar are .ment to a good-naturedly Manda Hardy seemed a little started. with'al the love poetry in it. And South. The win the Holy Sacramentseems be over, Jesus; it will soon b over and we most kindly welcome to prophesy the -- .

now in jail: says and many of them view of the circumstances. philosophical then her own color deepened. with .signature, "Her most true and pressed from the grapes of Celestial will meet again and it wi alI)well. But happiness of my ministry in this" city.-

are dying : in prison while the I could trifle (girl I speak directly to him again. faithful Job 'Yescot" 'ineyar at the bread broken seems t no, she dared not up s close. They* On the day in which t church was
every year with her son .Job's feelings, nl. hand of Him who parted would have struck her back with,their ham dedicated to the of AlmightyGod
I supper was over she soon He.groaned, t a mess Im in! for the five thousand. We walk to the he from his church doors -
old sneak-thieves are disappearing. There was-well, she was bad enough to\do very lone mers. They would have kicked her dow hastened own :
'most anything and Job well rid of I. exCused herself and retired to the spare Whatl I do? What'll she church of God with more thoughtu face and hill. to join in the dedicatory srr and you remember ,,,
pomuch less crime than a few years ago. her ; was I chamber.Mrs. suppose she'll think I'm in love with with quieter step. The songs of other -j There be ncT alleviation. Jesus must what words of ho uttr o ,
though she was worth times ca .
I Smart thins are not taking the places much, forty as Westcott called after her. her! What did I leave it lying around Sundays a stc through with suffer ansi Mary :U1 lok I suppose she that occasion. Autumn bfor la you remember .e
money Adeline Humphreys was pensiveness and all a tremble ho presided at given
u ar thought of the Bethlehem. I th reception
for? What if. she I meant to
t of big criminals, and rogues generally said to be worth-or at least would in- "Oh, Manda; I guess you'llfind everything thought with tears; and when, at the close suppose she thought of the time when with I I me on 'my return frm Europe, and '
herit you want. I went in your room propose? likely not. Oh!I" and of the service, at the door we shake hands, it remembr what words he
f have much less chance of escape than before long from her dead mother's I's a her boy in her bosom, she hastened on in thedarkness you generous u
And it the just before supper. There's a.there's he ended groan. "Great Scott! is with a more cr ga because we feel in the flight toward Egypt I sup I teredthen. Oniytwob three weeks ago b

formerly. propery. was mean, way something for you l lying atop the lureau.Don't But, happily a second chagrin is the thrilling thou and mind and pose she thol htofUL.b'yho.whEn be was i was present on a festal-occasion at my
.. Job had been led .
poor on to take bouquets soul the of Christian brotherhood and departurefromliIeistmeapersona
--- the of her I
first In aotre joy thought of h
most effectual for a one. gt suppose
find it. cure htn.
: of his mother's you neglect to Something back to He was the friend of toe slave .
l Another illustration of the diversification constructing, and this dilemma he felt his other ; go our fore the thousand kid lie had done her. not br vement
cakes of his mother's very partcular. new fathers celebrating the SSacrament in times of the outcast, the'friend of the _
compounding and 'orsaking her or forgetting her in his '
of the productive powers and industrial 3Ir.s. Westcott; goodnight. grow suddenly lighter and less persecution in Scotland amonjr the Highlands; Jast even laboring man. the friend of the the ..' "
preserves and pickles of his mother's l moment, but turning to John and saving: cpit '
put- commemorating the dying love of Christ friend of tbJ the .'
of the South is brought important. "There mother take her with She fr ne a' .
i intercuts all ;
ting to that
Hum- i YO\ i .
up ungrateful while they were pursued of their be merciful fer l
Manda was here at his home there old Ioul u.
; She
Now the eneme. can ot b-lp hersHf. I* '
"something particular" > ''
forward the fact that and' then very the wine into hiatentioft de---' '
f by A phreys: girl, have her turnaround rough cups, too ardently 'for- .
prominently
out of her sight no pug her just I would nave done for her if I prv k.
Mrs. for was no keeping ; .
was only modesty a a
the of b if
baptism from the here since that bv
and physicians
flout ,
him before all Westcot's
Florida has built a perfume fac- the other watr lived. ten!cr and gentle with say 5 .
9 company night not being at all a nursing his mortification unknown to mountain one day they heard the very remain on earth it will be with'destroyear1' ,
folks at Elder donation gown, ( rOk Behold thy mother!" :She thought it allover j..- ( !
tory at Jac'ks.mvi1'nOl will open a flow- .West had Curacy's partv.Mrs. linguist, she could not name in any other her. No, he must face it boldly; he voices of their enemies coming up the hill, there is n'memory like mother'smemory intellect,and Henry.Ward Beecherwithou. ', -
considered all this andi :
and the cried "Oh Lord ant 0 wit :
out nofchoiifc
teot pastor gmiuswithout
:
somehow. .
I next spring. The tongue but the one which was understood must-manage and there no woe like mother'swoe. 'bayWt.
er plantation company i a good that was more em- And uvell .perhaps it would be the.:Shepherd, have mercy on the sheep!I" i, 3 out. geniality, '-'. w
thousandsof and indeed by the men folks. 0 good and instantly there was roaring heardas 1 be a strn .
has alrcady ne plantation.nnd phatio, perhaps a good deal 0 I remark again: This is a scene > v to
: ( that she ashamed Pretty little Manda did not, however, thing all around if Adeline Humphrey'sgot of great floods and sure enough 0 cloud tender b wishes: .The one that h may have a ,
of when she is p
was a
floweringlfcto-osc bulbs, rose gerani- I grew the of her kind hostess. the notion that he had not cared so had burst and there were great running cit Christi-p runionny "a ful departure into good land
cooler and tried grasp meaning trent thatin the J meet insr, wht-u I asked a .
k other sweet-smelling to console her son. much for her but that he could some down the mountain side God has provided fo all who love
urns, rose! ana "After "Something particular for me-on the pay woman if it were her who sat m',xt to her, Hi
j all. Job, Adeline ain't so very their foes with sudden wrath. What a de- : wheretbereare no tearsand there
plants. It is eXICcl that the business young. And I never did think her much bureau,"she repeated,turing the lamp, little atention.10 some other girl. lwrac it was for them on that Sacramental making profession but after of his fait.slw mad no no partings,and there can b D s. A
him to do. therefore answer; to control -
will be very ---- on looks. ThCre's Minnie Hawkins has j which had smoked to a condition thing that on this Sacramental day the her emotion. she 0 burst into tl-ing. 1 said my other wish is that his family
i protialM. : more homely than And was to keep up the joke, and to-please cloud of Gods mercy might burst and upon church there may come the comforting -
h
and heallul ou within myself, she n.-cd not Ml me the
just good Lute Ellison's -
got a figger story.
a Manda.He sins be whelmed and our souls saved! grace of God. So grand march
she looked what it Mrs. It almighty
to see b Ths is the old of
if-f &nator-lec Heagan, of Texas, -whenhe hair and eyes is a great deal prettier. I' Westcott had made mistake. The -j returned to the house with a noble is the amethyst of days. Tbi the I "The dead story alive ngain a ],rgn ot.ak and toy, gladness and grief, ,
I I wouldn't fret about it; let her a garment davs This is the davs This is found." i i congratulation and dep sympathy. ,.
Low families there
speaks is never at case, i is sid, unless 1 think cared a straw." wouln't reeret to she had laid on the foot resolution. the day of days. Among the thousand that rejoice together iiiany to
: he has a string in his hand, and he ( _Hut. Job- was not to be consoled. All of the There was nothing on the )Ianda was very pretty. Nobody million ages of eternity the first Sabbath of | These Christians during the rest of the We onl7 meet t pr ag .
; bureau but the hair brush and comb. I would deny tha*. Mach, 1NS7, will you significant andmemorable year But when we shore
his b t perhaps,will not kno-much about each ether. .
, keeps pulling this through lingers as the morning he sat huddled by the for shall We there shall meet no more. : ,
up It wasn't hard task being day you"for part
so a agreeable t
You
; Stop, there was. There was D ut go in one circle f society, this one
%. talks. His favorite position, when kitchen stove with a look of misery that ; yes, 1 P.uCe1 to such after all. ever and for ever"a |: o. The hope that we see that day
; might well have become his Biblical j wrapped carefully and addressed a girl There is much in the scene of to-day to im- Travels in that rath, and this onA the other Sho chase ou present griefs away.". ..j
- 1 listening to :discussion in the House, is He nursed his prototype. i Manda'sown initials. "A. II." What And so-well,why particularize further? because it is 0 time of reinforcement. path; but to-day we wounded feelings ; nr u ,
back in his chair with a piece of in I was it? surprise? How nice! Mamie The Westcotts, though a thrifty family, u'to remark that if I ever lived to see and we make ota cneion. ad -
utter silence. | A
sitting His mother had been looked A. II." Yes, she were not wholly mercenary. And Manda ou membership [ou thousand I thcught I dig to one crosx. jaze; upon THERE recently appearea the Jjon-
white letter paper in his hands. This her asleep when he returned the night before' somehow in stay to would be wilhingtosay sithone of old: "Now, anguish. It seems to me this m managed a
, mistaken. Amanda of lnth's ,
was not Hardy, in not like a church but like a great family Paviou says
;;
and with his and of course, she knew about ordlettest thou Thy servant depart in
folds up carefully, : jack- her son's nothing I course. With trembling fingers she Unfastened grow pretty well into all their hearts- for mine eyes have seen Thy sh'aton": pal circle, and we join banL. around tle cross of ard the tlest man whose height has .

knife cuts through the folds. The two aggrievance unti I I the wrapping. not excepting Job's."Do 1 have changed my mind, and nsver Christ, and we say' "One Lord one faith, recorded modern times. The .

.. folds upon her at hr< paler and more "Oh! Oh! Oh! you know, Job," she !air shyly, much wanted tsYM now, s as to see them s one baptism, one rnss. one Christ, one doxology been i ._
of he then lays togher,
pieces paper melancholy of aspect than she had ever i one not long after eventful all for ad to watch their one heaven!" While I stand; here itS new giant is a Austrian name! Wia- j
them and cuts them in pieces. lie re- seen him before in his Manila was only a woman, and only evening enlist might they not accomplish vit to me if this communion bbewhihi
twenty-one years and a
! question had been, propounded responded re Wlat kclmeier, and his height eight feet
I
seventeen."A only seven or eight long i
of I the world better if they fe.t thre
smaller in the life. Then what he said brief and making
!:: cluces these pieces still was valentine! What a perfectly beautiful I to-"do :you know that up to were all baptize with a double portion fet wide, widens un:il all the Chrsin of nine inches which is over one foot
J to the all
: same way, and when he has used up one point: "I's up. Adelnewnt valentine! Who could haveand I the very moment I received that valentine of Ghost! Four thousand! ou ow denomination can it; than that of Chang, the Chinese
back on me. as good as and still the table widens until all theChristiars more
me of I dreamed that That is four full as military men
he I she I never you
So turned it yours
another. then she caught
over
takes
l piece of paper he was going to marry that fellow Kidder, as cared for as a friend?" cut thousand fgments. I think not in this land of all names : giant "Winkelmeier was born at Pried-
and faithful really me, except 0
most true rgent
sight of:"From your and lcm and rat at it;
his
until
:"D} goes on for hours at a time, from Rocky Forks. No use in my trying Job "Neither did I," says Job, sotto voice, one the byport' m Taken into but and deoninaton: q until< it bridges the : berg, near Salzburg, Upper Austria .

;:3 desk is liten.a with scraps of paper and any more. She snubbed me out and out. Westcot. valentine in one hand, and aloud: each oae as carefully examined large nubr a sea, and Christians on the! other side i of the I in 1865, h parents being in a humble

like that Everyone saw it." : "Never mind. As as find a heart and evidence of. Atlantic come and sit at it; and still that table -
long of
.i the floor surrounding it looks lamp in the other, and sat down on you regeneration a station life. He is'the youngest'of
I After breakfast he went out and did a out time or other it though he or she were the only one presenting widens, until the r.uleemedof heaven mingle i .
, about the scissors editor of a newspaper. the side of the bed. It was really an artistic -: thing some 10n.tmake in the communion Church militant; 0
:
children of whomare
few chores, but soon returned and hud- so much difference about not know- himself or herself. Many of our former a family of five none
A beautiful land
of work. church
:::- I piece i members have into the skies triumphant.
: passed ,
-- ----------- died behind the away
up stove again, we'll make out to m of abnormal stature nor are
himsel painted. Then the : ing at first. I guess the church I "One of the" h
1 The of the recent battle scape delightfully and have joined triumphant, i army living G
officiaUcport but serious
two
were objectsfor nest of swan's down! Then- i be pretty happy after all, Manda, all on but we have four thousand and more j To His command: we parents or grandparents unusually tall. '.
elegant
;Tf:.' between the Italians aul the Abyssinians contemplation-the fat nineyearoldcat what{ was most important of all-the I account of that valcntine.-ic Yurk left for the church mltt To j I Part of the host have crossed the" flood, His fingers span two octaves on a piano
Saati in which Italian officer and the well filled coal box. I arms I Quit you like men! wat no j And part are('rosmg* now.
at every She had not at first perceivedthis. Mercury.
There he sat, thin, hollow- poetry I reserve corps among them Go into action all 1 Again, my this absorbing and the stretch of his arm ia enormous. .
friend i a
and soldier in the engagement was long-lmbed. Thus it was all the more en- of Some will be and command.some .
you. precious
eyed and even aguish. had An Army Contractor's Story. ocer scene bus s many He showed no development of his extraordinary .
Adelne ; will make Some will
cavalry anl remombar the
, 1 look ljak
:
killed is talc of hardihoodandbraverY. trancing clre. meoreVe .
a given him the mitten. wan'tmuch David Nicholson, of St. Louis, tells I b? sharpshooters. Some wi Ihood when, long t.for we : growth up to the age of 14, ,

L The Italians were entirely surrounded, to live for. He sat in silent retro- "Beloved! Aye, trulv" this thou a; the following story in the GMv-Democrat: Some will be on picket Many ga knew the meaning of the bt'ea-l and the wine, but since then he has .been growing *.. .

formed hollow and ; sat and remembered how much "Beloved in name with wi belong to the rank and file. Let there b we sat in the le pewS on Sacramental but a square spection I had curious experience an s
a
they three long months-and how Manda nodded her head joyously. sraggler none oft on furlough, not or in the gaert. andjooked as our rapidly, and medical authorities i Br '"
last and the last car- contract once-a few years after the Christ for J'
fought to the man "He knew name means 'beloved. : army derer. Cmmaderichef mothers, brothers and sister*sat at the
much effort he had devoted to the woo- my lin and Paris have expressed
said have war closed. I got an order for a lot of ad the one-starred, the Or if we sat with them, .. _:'
is to
talented I
relief thought
. tridge. The party ing of Adeline Humphreys. Sadly he reviewed Oh, his very always fine groceries for officers' stores. Amongthe I manger and cross to leal the way,I give we cQmmunon moth..s dresi and said: ion that he is likely to increase .0pin.1t: .

found the bodies lying in ranks in the the wasted hours, the fruitless him intellectual. But who would have sacks of Java the, order that the General in the wa gave "\V hat does mem! What is that in The '; -ttf

,1 in which the men fought. is offerings at that shrine. Only two days dreamed of his sending me such a lovely coffee rest were hundred twenty-seven pound to the sack. when, rising i bi sirp his flying in the cup? What is thaA on theplatef! O, yea; i 25. young man i heaU1 .. .:.
position I before he had squandered a considerable thing. blushed at the supper table. -a I the wind, he the host hed we remember those of ou strong, and intelligent
that wherever ad for station so far to the West him: Forward! the whole line!' I. how much
fact an was a more
a significant he much for me, I wonder byboe rmcnbr he of the curiosities of
out of his Does really care one greatest
sum
past sumer's earnings the freight was five cents a pound. The There is also something in such a scene t day than on i
civilisation has invaded a less wherewith to for this heartless But, then, I didn't think evergiven because it wa the and side by .
vance I I purchase Id coffee was billed at twenty-seven cents a deeply impress cue, rhe t other day. We remem'her how mot her day, h appearance 0
; civilized or a barbarous country, the invaders creature's delectation one of the handsomest him much encouragement. After a while I received notification death scene Now, :you know,ther something and without saying one word looked at side with a diminutive member of the
pound.
in valentines displayed in the chief Dear little guileless Manda! Quite very touching in such an incident. I and her eyes full of tears. Oh, the
have taught the others a lesson enough for farmer, or that the coffee had been rejected, Though you are in a hotel and it is 0 stranger dear souls! They have gone! ButI Schaffer troupe of acrobats was extraordinary. -
of the The valentine any young I old
": A prominent instance is the store vige. was pretty probably on account of mildew in ocean hat[ i dying, how softly you move about the I uti of our death we will associate bed has been
courage. for city chap. A huge
even now for delivery many a Sparklinggray and if his couch it is
Bala- restinA wrapped I wrote to have the coffee plac you come up t : holy ordinance wit). their memory
;J char of the Light Brigade at and her initials, "A. II.," eyes; splendid chestnut hair; dim transportation.sent back and at the time with uncovered h.a. Eve th voice of thejetr I And when our work 03 eo-ih is done we will constructed for him in the building of

}: klavathe, bravest and most desperate feat upon the bureau in the spare chamber.Tears pIes, red lips and : smooth and true-hearted white brow.! teams were there to receive proper it. When my it i spp: ard it is with emoton eyes of But that I I just heavenly go up church and sit,as doun wcJusodtosit beside them beside in themin thoI the Pavilion, which will be h home; ,

: of military daring on record-in which came oozing up in his eyes as he Plump She fell, sweet-tempered sighing faintly overtheinnocent came to the store I told one of the clerks am to tell you this morning deth suchas I the earthly church,and then we will drink for some time to come : -

1: 600 rode to what they knew to be thought of this. asleep to put a "trier" into a few sacks to see if has never bfor or since o t new wine ia our Father's kingdom.
men to
"Did Job
out the sit- problem: mean When we die, we die for ourselves
I His mother was sweeping had of God-
| "Behold the saints llovcd
shipped.The
we ,
death most of their number, ? And if so it was the. same goods. .. alleviated all beneficent ministrieaBathings of the son of Sen-
certain to tingroom.She propose to her some day _.. I L crisis is by their robes in Jesus' THE engagement .
"trier" came out 01 tne nrsi saCK Wae a bo I
for the for the
I! knowing, too, that the order to charge suddenly stopped. what would she answer him with yellow corn. It was put into head; bathings for hd ;bathings the light..turneddown than a. .lo, they lne .tor Hearst of California and Miss'.' .

. J was the result of a blunder-which occurred -I I "My land, Job! I'd 'most forgot. The She overslept herself the next morning, fled sack and pulled out with the low or set in just the richt,."I:alT Their glories'. .splencid--sbl.n Eleanor Calhoun is announced, and .'
be here this afternoon.Ain't and consequently the "men folks" were 1 remark again: This eane tender to-day
I the invasion of the Crimea school teadler'l same result. And so on all round. Every the offices of affection about u wh we married in the early
: during and out to work when because it ccnfessionai. You and J remember they will
all through i b
areshe He 0
it a all my plants gone that much to But not
back simply cm de s e"
sack sent was time bad chargedus
man
i by England and France. I paused, with possibly a delicate dislike she took her breakfast. shelled The soldiers at the post died not Him 1 but He died in with anything whe i 0 wrongdoing pring, says a Washington correspond-
corn. .
and He died others. He ipreUO'o i,
. to recal the subject of his trouble. "They're fixing roads and fences, ex had taken out the coffee and probably trent around in made might His I we would have back ent. This is the young lady who omit -

:: 'f > The New York H7 Almanac con- : a real nice little thing, Manda is." plained"Jlrs.. Westcott. "Thats how J Jthey're it to the country groceries, and put ow hand, a earthly gardens potentate amid by vineyards I on ou honor,and saiif' Tdiallreaentsuchaii- 'You don't know to to marry the Hon.Fred H.Winston .

i j ains a statement of the present population she resumed after a moment. "I always of earlier than usual hired know j sol in its place. The sacks looked all and olive groves"ong to the sea. Instead who insult you to my are talking honor t integrity." We do on an American man-of-wa i the 1 -. ;

the Union did like the kind of face she's got. Noneof we gcner'ly keep men J I cor outside. The same strings of being tossed fishing boat on I feAtiui&jnir a As. Sc
of to-day.
cities the we-gaze upon
of the priiicipal j I right on have chosen I not Golden Horn the latter was 0
work.
} this time of but there's extra i might a sunshiny I Tim miJJm whie .
; TibrHe 1
Ad- :year i them and fl fnf.i.nil. we .f .
each the Mayor or your had been used in sewing up, & wave for the lake crossing..I U o wht :
as estimated in case by and spoke shyly: "The ad his to Persia. She a gia : :
: her Mandy
mother way
: j Job groaned. His caught blushe everything had been done to deceive. I Instead of being folowe by an unwashed-) ,18 don i ."
2 some other officer of the municipal government self up again. valentine gave me was perfectly love- '"sent for the Quartermaster on duty here, rabble He might che sanhedrims' '. >,We bear s :daughter of John C. Calhoun, the '

being guided in many cases by i "I wish we had a melodeon while}liindas -! lYe I was so surprised and think pleased of! it.It'" :'! and showed him the fraud. There was a and stead universities of with and' Hi elou. J t -1[orooraerbve W great nullifier, and she hails from Carolina '.
of him to a cross
"
r recent censuses. New York, with 1,400-) here. She'sJob was awfnlly good. long controversy about it, but in the end : brble on brow he bu might a t-- t -, we. renviceTSact although she has bcea long.*' .
: lip from his seat took his hat Mrs. Westcott looked puzzled. : loss and I Hi '_ bprudged .."
: :' 000, and Philadelphia, with 1.000,000, | got "A valentine? Did Job give you one?" : the government"stood the got the castle 0 Rom merchant.., thabland a 'I' ,!Some abroad. Mr. Wlstn met her in-England .' '
: and went out into the back yard. I paid for coffee, less the value of the with lilies a frkncn -But ofourdand "'' "ff '

;j_ hold first and second places, undisputed. j "Land! I never did see how hard he "Why, yes; didn't you know what was I twenty-seven my sacks of corn sent back in He die in ; fo bad; the' I Ino-carnest: ser- and became engaged to her thee, ;" V'

Chicago, takes it "' Mrs. Westcott. "I in the ? I the cruel; the wise for the ignorant; .; d bays maltreated after short e. She ws ,... .
I Brooklyn, claiming 710,000, all soliloquized p:1ee? ?" Mrs. con- its place. _.,. the divine for the human.. Oh how tenderly a acquaintance. J. -. .
'. : 703,000, stand next in order. Baltimore wish that Adeline Humphreys was under "In parcel etcot we feel toward any one wh has done a greatkindness I :min o nlinirtflJC i/d1' 01 my studying for the stage at that time.aa1 ": l
the help him get tinued, puzzle. The Name of the Strawberry.It and perhaps at of D- Crt today .
Perhaps imperiling 'a.- .
; r claims fifth place: with 460,000, St. Luis over Fe.it a little. Ia1ddon.t:anda'l know him "Yes pare you told me was horticultural own life: How we ought to feel h ne i'\ a{Ctso has since made her debut i London .', '
by '.! ,.
; next with 450,000, and Boston seventh so'ry well, but she's always been pleas- 'very particular, on bueaudon.tyou is generally taught is called because Chris the Captain of ou salvation: on the before ChifK f It another let b with more or less success. It i iup -
strawberry s down foes but in the any more u
: with 400,000. In 1880 in these cities the ant-spoken. And then she don't know renwmher, last night? I author of straw being placed between the whit hor He riding made our ;charge,. the take pl I hub prayer moro im- posed that her ambition to shine a ., -

:;.c order was reven-rd. Cincinnati and San anything about his running after that "On the bureau? 0!, yes She, of knew course.that rows in culture in order to keep the fruit lances of det vi.triou! another) let.ns breath bitter it I Oriental court inspired Mr. Winston t .t
Westcott
the latter girl. She's been off in the Rocky Forks Poor Mrs. i It does not seem to have occurredto There wa 0 very touching scene among a any confession, more Persian mission and th 'commission '#
clean.
seek the .
Francisco each claim :300,000, it there was some mistake. She was not I Indian tribe in the last' It seemed letusnoyweepitout. -., ( ..

gaining on the former. New Orleans district sincCfbefore began. the i iI quite certain what it was; but "some one II. these philologists that the strawberrymust that one of the chieftains cntu.hd sl a man belonging "We might the sun.:in dke hide as Brigadier General 1n.theIllinois '. : '!
of the afternoon
In the I. wild and .
rnidjjK when
had .
I prety she have a name to opposite that 5". shut
rank next with 240,000, but Buffalo, little sctu Rcacher descended a had blundered.' Being a woman, before it was introduced to culture. The came up and a said: "We trb tb i 1d h, gore i.Maker, died State Guard. For some '? f ; "'

; claiming 225,000 has passed Cleveland wagon whiW had given her a "lift" in had sufficient tact to wait and see. is evidently a mere afterthought unless you surrender the man who committedthat )man, the cretture's, sin.: Ion or other she threw him over, and,, '

I aid Pittsburgh, ,and at its rate of progress 1. her the six-mile Westcott walk from. She Rocky came Forks smiling to pretty"The indeed poetry,,"and said the Manda painting, "was-why very, explanation, 0 shrew guess. It appears its by in a stepped crima.out"from The the chieftain ranks and who said did the: "I crime a'. v a:Once p%because more:it This is i a tender\.and My absorbing brethren the programme t.have the marriage '' .....'': .'.
that
will overhaul New Orleans. place. honestly, Mrs. Westcott, didn't youknowhaven't recent English writer name not afraid t di but I have 0 wife and four arenota1waysoingJostayhere. This is performed by "Sunset Covjon the "wi
J son up the long path and looked so charmingwith now, looked at it?" I the earlier times was "strewbcrrie," children, ad have 0 father aged and a I not This is
Wagon, or the District of Columbia, wind-reddened cheeks and sparkling ] you look at it," strew or being much the same a ou mother aged, whom I support by hunting, ou he which, at. last, we ma-of-.a in the Bosphorus was abai'Jr., :
and take i
I etted at 210,000. Pittsburg puts eyes that Mrs. Westcott embracedher "In go elder up now lady. It had a suddenly word "walking stray about." 'VecaUonativefern and I sorrow toleavethemhelilesa.'* Just as he et.chu. At awhile ou exp doned. Young M. Hearst has been a .
aid that his old father fi-ombehind out will tly church or
most cordially. Fern bk somewhat fickle
the "Walking follower of the
;; ) fora claim of 200,559, beating Cleve Manda that is to dawned upon her that an unfortunate Camptosorus and said: "He shall not die. st therewilibeamarkin t ii young .
do takesa h
"How and then to'm
d- lad 559. Detroit is estimated at 175- I d'ye'' say souvenir of the "Humphreys girl" affair because it roots at the tips, placeS I a old and well-stricken i years. cate that we have gone I lady for several year; and when the .' \
i Miss Hardy? fresh start with a new frond, which I can do no I as well and a Father -
chamber. good. might My i
in the t hgh cmmu30 O affair he mourned -i.
0 in the scale, don't call me anythingbut had been left spare "walks" d in Winston was o
and stands fifteenth I "Now please roots, and time the plant He cannot not children th '
breakfast again
Y. Manda remained to finish her i days a ao OYtr. b sr gog t r' ." *
- and the with playful dust. is place stay dreadfully. '
Newark Louisville Manda, said girl I from its The m. they accepted grave no i -
r V t very
"walks"
-
follow reproach. by pre- .
ill Jersey City since 1880. Other cities I walked hop Job entered.To strawberry derful a tht found in the G-l, for we deserved rise." The Lord shall descend from heaven 0 .

) a follows: Milwaukee, 170,000; see you the same. I've won't be over till him Manda, crimson as a Jacqucmi-, cisely in the same way, and if it occur t de, aye, w w whe with a shout and the voipe(f the archangel, THE father of Vic President Ham? :.l.
the way. My things to a modern to call this fern the walking C worn oucrtth ye in and we shall rise. T4&whit robe in whichthey .

n Newark, 160,000; Minneapolis, 160,000; to-morrow. "i SUpOSeyoU can lend me a not: for the valentine fern, there is no reason why the ancient fu of HJB< ynte NfjaM: "Save put us t our last a here must getwhiter. lin called h four sons after, the greatwarrioreofanCientY' '

Paul 140,000; and comb for to-night?" she "I am s much obliged Britons should not call the that from SiI'tdOF2 '*, the pit; Ob the reunton of patriarchs, '. .
Jersey St.
: City, 155,000; hrh Westcott. It was perfectly Saxons or and and of all ->-
ransom.ufPwMMHfcs
I
Mr. the
; and .
; Louisville 125- laughed as she untied her bonnet unbuttoned plant the walking plant, and a o.my a ape p'ht that & Cincinoatus, and Hannibal
140,000; Knsa City, kitchen fire.I beautiful. And it "'as. so thoughtful of strawberry shoud L HisstfjpWfalronmyback. ou kindred v' Julius.CiBsar,
her ulster by the telling mother.She's I the fruit the walking or "stw" berry.If I her for His heart. Let me die multitude that no man can. number P! His four daugli fs were named -
: 000.Providence Indianapolis, I was just yonr Tae .
; 120,000; I "0 yes," said 1r. Westcott, looking you. at it. I I only a guess, it certainly seems the He may ." Shall it be told to-day in sorrows over. O jouriey ed It w .
; 105,000, and Albany, Allegheny and more practical for a moment. gone up to look suppose most reasonable of all the that heaven that notwithstanding all those wo. be &when but a t respectively Europe,, Ass .Auttralia,
want- of course, she had seen it, especially a gees and all that blood, and all those now of winter md the fields "
: Rochester, each 100,000. In the matter "Art anything' wad""else? -you might was she who told me last night about it I have been given a to why st.'-r that agony, you would not t a! a brighten in the mt tciriiigtjme. so i w"Q$ and America,. 0 I. X,

of freedom from debt, Detroit stands frt. somcihing'to and on my bureau && cautioned me 1 s ced.-InMd'. .: 0 s 0
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.t : NEWS. s. I I'' OWSER .-. DIa'a1P'I'10rOrLAtD. f t.1.1 jl. J' .'
t XOTICJIL D. y j nI .
; is t OwnK DJCKlO: ,L < .. ---.-, .I -
.. NOTICE !" hereby gis' lands will he at pub I :} -- --- *
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4 *? ,-' .! lie auction on the 2nd day of May, 1837. at.Lake Butler in the 7 Owner 7 acres fn no cur J .
county Bradord. .. .. I 9\qloC-.wqrnXofot4. g- Unkno\n.. a n[ nw X( ...,...'. ;.1 ft t rui 1301i i
'OBUINTI'NC'-We. or so much thereof will be to the due HaenrMK. ... .. .. ti Owner < ; inse.Yof;i X.,24: 4 : 5n
print I1i stteseVis- na neccessary: pay amounts for taxes lot .. : :::: :::.I1) arts inneV of nc !< and I'aais ; II '. & .11.4
4r- ... tin+and 2 S'C-iid-s'taCT-; Heads: Letter opposite to the sml. together with .OWl"! sale and .heren IIX, qr qr . .. .. ,. 11 518 2' ]0ofsw : Owner Unknown.Owner Unknown .. ..'I.e". Ifs'X. a".13acr in nw X. .fr! .1.i 41" -" 2 ; a li p#

1. 'and id\otisinl. ... .... 9 acres on n 91.1. Q sw qr ...!'' in .. .... .... .13'1 41* 2 1
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Bills .. r.j Unknown.Owner .. 'Icrts nW '
: 1/ Owner
8t&temflllttf and jab work generalHand 8t4 I')ae. .. : 51S 1.11 t43.of. nw"X ... .. .... ... 4' 419 1 g
a- N \vsleorSWllr. ... .. 4 w 3 Unknown. .. .W-.: .. .. '
Ham11nTJ. .. .. nwYolegr. .. .I .ne Ji of V ........ .. 214'19'411-i '
Loca I *4rertl8enentii U this -column will In I Harris MrINancy.... ...n y of IitP qr. .. .. .... : ... lt oIJ 8J 461 Owner .L nknown.. ..e. V of sew ( ... ... ..... .. ..I'r 3

fr ItarroJ tdenty five I; HallBenjJ.-. ..... .. awgrofiegrseqrofuwqrswqroseqr Owner ...w V of no X.... ... .. .. .. ... ....... 419. | 4ffl419j 19% .
,. Cents per line C'c ---.... ... .. swqlo n" qr . R 61R 12 96 Owner Unknowa.... .. ''nwloflwu.. .... ... ... .... .....:: 40l
; Mr.-I3; f.: Jones senior Owner. DISeIP1'Ix OF LAND. .: I = r tri s 8W qr of IC qr ....... .. .., ."Y1 G': 1 Owner OwnerL'nknown.Unknown. ..... .1 .... .... ..... 19 D
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. member of the -. 1 SW qr of DC ( or qr less 10 acres ."InXosfix., uofsw X... ... .1"1.1 1
.. .J1rll1 of c1 c .II. s. ql. ..r.. ..... .. 21 1 621 70 2 4. Ownerl'nknown .. t J ... 83' .,
N.-.T side . 'R1
Jones & Co! s'in = 01 W OwnerUnknown. .... e X of nw e of \X *e X : 4'19
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"; !en.D.iatll'c postofllce Mrs Lot enc ICO 48 .... ..... .. ... .. .' 6" 4 .. Is X... : .. :
Abbott. 9 of }leis $14 1
Emily 1011
r .e nt Ionia nt I! : .. .. (low.'cr.I.knowf.; .... .n X ofseJi... ... +. ... ... .. ..30' 4,.19! sb jIJ .
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Fla. Alden. B II Ward ... .. .. .. 1 .. ... .... .
has .
CI'y ;aunty, len lisconliriucj age L. nClroffc tqr ...: Owner Unknown. nw X of ne XOwnerUnknown nwX. ... ..8 4192 9 .

by order of llic Post Master General < Knickerbocker .: } of sw} .22i 5,22, .401 4 2 syofsegrseoro. .qr.te" w.' 0 f I X 21'J.. ...... !IXofnw Jisw Jsof. ..nwJiwJiolswV. si .(.tw. I t

.. .. 5 acres in nw} of net .2G 522 ;,5. 2 : ,' uf'egrosegr. .Ie. .. ., .. ., ....... : G 10 1563 .i sXorspl.. neYs3ufnwxrtwXof, .3. .ll9 I 810-
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., We received this week several packages lot cor State tinl.ldnmc, : MLawtcylOOft 7 65 .... .... .. ..... nc.lrornwqr. ... ....... ... .... ... 2 6 4 985 11.i Owner Unknown. |I n w/a.f of n.-' ? -. .. .. ....-.... .. .1:: IJT*.ovi 8 M

! '; :'.t f Teosinte for distribution buts 1 and 2 blk 9 Law ley . .1 ,3 20 1'jr qr .... ... ........ {! 6" 4 4 232 Owner Unknown.... .'.Mac-ressw )Ji c4nwXsw !: .......:.. .[3IJ' .19119] 4 77 awl
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; wish .. ... ..... uWyrat ne'.r .. nw/f nJfor e/Vofsi V.neV of self...I I'
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anyone J 518 ( 172 I ; Owner Unknown. t
of
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ing t try this forage Ashley, R..1 toe i .se i ..21, 1; 4Ii Hutn J W........ .. .. Brbi ningl4'i yardsfromaccorofs'egl w.l 7" ofs\\ ....nl.1.. ........<. ..... ..........bl1 4 COi" .

.%.. ced plant. can gel some Ashley J R.. . 1883 wj of ne i mvof sc } 2 J' '; 120,, !5))1- llrt tn.aJ'ls.a 1M ft s of cor of Owner Unknown... ....Is". .. .... ... ... ... .. .. !*.>; 4..,' 40|I 13 s
by .Iii sliSIrtfrf Begl ui Kat post .
, a.4 culling at this (. Ashley of ei of sci iso; !) 44! 1 nl ofseV .... 27l
ofc Il..lSihe-t J'1 or 1m' then !HX W OwltrUnkfowD.1 less sw Y ... .. ... | 4..;.WXN 1.
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o .*' Morcan Ashley J of se} se} of se} . 5l8.!;' Wi, ] 5 17ID qr 'Ir I, 1.9Hchn'.... 17 10 1'sJ) ... .. 'l.Ui less sw X of nwY! ..... .... ... ..... J5 !44.; ''j1 12 Z
) '. J Bros, have a new sign erected 1 1, J W8.10chns8.6.. It U lo 81 ; Owner Unknown...... s X of se ne i of HP V nc X of nw "4'.. J3t | : 4
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Alvarez W D. i of swj } of sw} i .. 13 'i"1 G I 57 . .. n, of qr .. ... : .I
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i -1. :: -.' news Mand. Fred has the sign I 13ct 'lll. J Z . . .'loUJ! sj of lot 2 6 '::2'' 120; 5, 43 Jones EP .... .... qrofuwqr 1rofsiv .. ... .... itl 40 01 UwIPrUnkn.wl. .... .'nXofnelsw\IffliEolfJ"' wit of seV... 1. 4 '

spelled Stationary because he i ii' Bowen, W-m estate of. .'ni of lots 5. 7 blk 9 in Staikc i i 4 19 Johnson Edward .. 8l Sscq'yrosvgro .. .... .. 5 618 t J 7 sW of sv X ....... : 93

J ., refers to liim not his tays i Barker George CBeiling . Begining 105 ft w from sw cur of Madison I -Jones--.-. .. : :.: w3 oC negr of swgr e% of segr of ilw' ... 1- .312E 4J 3 (wu.rtnkllwn. .. ..,\MffneXtof'.wJw tf of sp !I neX .t"al I I

goodsjCol. and Thompson Ms I hence s 210 JonesHury.nlnj .. ............. ,3ltonnsidrl:0tto, nots01bik2suf I IW >of KW ee. ..... : 87867t
neTempies ,ub'datTenlpleMI118" J 340 Owner L'nknuWn. .. X of nwY w % of n. 0' .Hi of Ji ne Xl I '

..V. J. Shipman of Lawtey.; paid ft w 105 feet n 210 feet e 105 feet to Johns IstUM N. ......... ., 8wqrorswql .. ... .... A6 I I t of sw V se Ji \fnt. X.!.._. .... .. ....I[r s3i, .23 ( .
] place of beginning in the town of ntyyrofuwgr .'. .. .: 6 ; &) 411 Own.rrnknown..nw3IX.flc. ors X' of s<- Y... .. .. "..25 639 ,

'. our-ofc 1 pensant'isit one day la t .' Starke . ; 5 43 Johns C A.......... .. nwyrufsegrhegrofawqr10aol w stile ...! of ne Ji sw V of nw X e Xl I nlJ
week. :Tlit Col. of of 10 Aide of oC of sw'Ji X of X YneY ...| 713 .
w \ sw svr nw 28j .
'reports the It lwqr r
r wherry. E C. . nw} of nw} 1 acre in s. cor of nc\\t of .1t.r .Wil I Oi ]Ill I.
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I qr. . 36 )2 14 Owner Unknown....,ne X of ne s\V X t.f ne Ji uw X ofse Ji ne J I I ''
business' '.'grand, success this rt)1 dGm. nw } 5 acres in nw cor of se } of Jackson FIj..th ..... .. 7 :in se cor of neq of swgr: :: :: :: : :H j a i, JTofsw ... ... ....... .. ......1.27] 42V1BO' 419

1 'aw*;"* "rTLeSt -- nw } . a" 1 40 ones W C. ...... .. . IAgi111 at n e cor Of Mr S Edward s Owner Unknown ..n X or'w4 sfr! .!, of ne (....... ....i j**<1421'1 I 34: '
4Rfititute 3 I then 144 feet 1o5 8 no .... ... .... ... ... .. 44 "
lect ,
> i still f1) roving, I| of . 5'185,18i: ; 401 lane n w fet OwDt.rtnknlwn. [sex ofse Y. } sw
sw } 11"
inort-goodjpokins {, tln t IW cor bunded E by Broadway Owner Unknown..... ..j w X of ne X a X MnwJtn."of sw X sw Xl|rot A.U t I
.. : young ladies and !ej of se} .: SO, by Sapp W Chri"tau Church :by of sw.\fof t SI! ofse'i 11.' ufye.ofsw.l :nl 8 9-

r cleyeryoung -men in !JeJ of ne} ..31 518 80 20 49 Mrs S EdwArks... .. ....... 2 6 222i OwnerUnknown ..jw X of ne X s.ii OfHW i ... ... .. .. '.!34, 4 21 IIGj: 4 19

9 ; attendance than Br l w 3; olle gr cf ne qr It acres ofsw cr f y OwnerUnknown..... se X of se X .. ... ... ...... ... .... ''1-1 i t 4,21), ) 401 19'J
ever,before, and. they keep txjjring in. I own. Stephen agent] .K1 I 1. 01 qr of ne qr .. .. ... ... ...... : 6. 8 5R Ownt'rU'nkll"wn..1w' X and w X ofe XOwnerUnknown ...... : .. .... ...I'.16!, 4, *,", 13 01

t '-: SnsalABrwn.seiof; sw} .. 518, Knight R Tn.t C A Kni"ht wllr 0 spr .. ... ... .. .._. I.JO 40) .6 .{AH .. . . ... .: . ...1I" .' 10 0;
1 Mrs. Mary' lilalock and her son", the ,nw} of uw} sc} of nw} .,,G, 518sail, 120) 990 Kite homer .. ... 8W 10 f!1 lr. .. .. ...... .. ) :.: 4J I f Owflt'rl'nkl.own.11.( . .'. . t. ... ..... ..231 I..I 1 1301
'- lion J. E. Bhilock I3 1. ')as. . I } .. ?U' ;:)0 ':U 1; Kite Ellsha ....... n,', o "elr8\\"lro Sql ... .. .... =. 5.' 1.0 11 Owner Unknown.. ... All '. f ...... .1--I,4"1. not t
' of Georgia, with his j71 .1 ."jwiofse .1 I Knight C J ., 8\\11 01 wql' ...... . e8 .) :0 40' I Owner Unknl\vn.....''n X s X 'of sw 3i." ... 1 I.2)' 4-| 14(.. 14 00

. ; two little 1o'\wg.AJ..swofnw } : _..... . 8wqrof negr.. ... .. .... ?... .. .., 411 4 9 .) Owner Unknown .. ".i.\lIlt'S n X of cc X and n X of s-.v Y .. .... '61.i 451.| 10 07 1
.':; interesting: I taugllrs. Lizzie Isw }. .19 521 80, 913 KtI-1] : ... In egrofowgr .. .... .. .. Yt: : I : 10 2 Owner Uflknowll..... se V of se Ji.,.. ... .... .. ... ...,]27| 4., 40)) 1 89HOl .
.-. May, and Carrie, are visiting relatives inI i .Batten J W . ne } of ne} se} of se } n(} of sc} .'J', 722 I' I":, 7 26K .. ::: :: : ... e% of negr pr uegr ...._..-.. .... . 1.618 3 Owner tnkn.mn."n" X of S\V Ji sw i ol sw X f V ofse J 1 4 JiOwner

; I 622,, ) Lynn Daniel agt Minnie. Unknown.... .. .lfse.i X ot X..... ... ..I'4I. 80I 572
'Starke. !
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.. % 1 1 '}' .. ... .. .. '.t"lloC'I'11' .. ... ...... I.., i I! 40 R : OwnerUnknown! .. '1AII . .*.. .. ...... .. ....311 .1 !VtO( { 13 01
; : ** .. wi of blk 3 sr3w ebblk3s r 4 w t| I. .llathen.. ..... f'.rlwIJo ntqrgw.ro.lql . Owner tllk"'n\I.\1I,( .. .. : .. .... . ...,TM:., 4| 810! 13 01
, JMr.,[ .T. W. lliggins living jost south of : I 'fcmesSubdivslou 1 .32:022: ,' 1,1,')I 1 ,54 . .. .1 7 240 1. Owner Uukuow IsX of nw?. ne-j of bwjinw!+ "f efn/tf of n j !

.town culled at our office Colson] .1 .r. .. .*. sw } of ne } 8','! 6 20, 40!,|' Lynn DE ..:....: .. WIII'oflw'lr'Onon: W side of sw qr I lulls . ........1313' 4!..'200i 4 92I
on ) . . . '
.Monday: and .17j lt 6':01| 40 9 6; I W'II I. :) Owner Unknown..k X of se .Ii.. .. .. ... ... .... ...pifliOwnerUnknown 9)
made our heart it-el : I\} of nc } I I lit 1 .. ..... .. SII811OI!
lie also 11 ,. .w, X'ofnwsofnwowner Jij ... .....[ 1: ( 360
"few kind gllul spoke Crews. .\.11..e. } of 14 1 . 3'' 6:0,: 40 s4oflnti2 .... ..... .. Unknown.... ..jsw, X ofse "i sw J4 s 'i of nw !V ne V of nw Jii 2 1 5'18't I 7 W56iS I .
w)R to printer and left ''n iw } of nc } .. .101 ,- !I 40, 7 95ne :wqr.f \\11 . . .1 ; 17'LlddnnM1 rl- Ow ner Un know.n.....,s X of sw .Ii N.I of St* Ji np V of s.* j! frae. of[: +j .I| 1 J '
I :: the Morning G'f( I 62 ... .. ... \.II. "f Il"lrLwqroCltlllcqrof8\ /11 -t X of X teat afar JSi f neY .. ... I 5,tI.JO
of .21 : ( ILi.hllnAO' nw se j 31)
lh.I"n. m our Cooksey, M., 40M :: :: .
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.34'' 622"s ) II Owner Unknown. 's "H f'f se X I>f "c. s .
r desk all of Vhich lie has our thanks. !1,,c' } of \} ne } of \t . ,' ) I 1)0'' .. .. tw'': 'II" wX oC nt111 oC nl.ql. .. .. 1.: 6' 3i4 1:1Ln : Owner Unknown.... n !S less ne X of ne .!$ of ne ,'I n Jt ofsw X wl! 181

Come again. many J Is4nc } u cut sc 1 IGG', < ; { ..rt. :. . t.' Jot Ion t'of stilt 01 -1r. . I ; 6 21 20 2 # ofspJi. .;.... .... ... ...... } 9 : III: 548

:s I of se } 4 ..j I .1 80 Ltwt.Josi'lh.\... .. tu yrofauyr ... .. ..2i : 11 414 '! Owner l'nknown.... ,;'nw V n 3S of n ( 8C....... .. nwp:ul'ssvgr .. .. .. .. ..... .. 2221 I : 7
firts of Starke l.wisass .11 : Owner tnkllown. .... sw X of nw X IJi <>f sw Ji n., of ne Ji seJil 1 '
We | Call
had a rail on st town S .s'y of lot 3 .. ... .. .. .. 720 .
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pleasant last week from : Morgan ; 6 -J .4 5 I ofneYe34tisej4 ...............fill 5j 1": 639
1 i )Ir. H. E. Ljigci lots on Madison si town of Staikejl llal< ... .... I'l'' ,:i .lin at ttake to \\% Ii eto Owner Uflkllown.. .'." i of ne X ....... ... .. .... ... ..112:51114i| : I 99
green who* is u practical act on Thompson st town of StarkeClemmons. 97 86 lS w ofuecurset.5'hensGo I dms Owner Unknown... ,''s X of nw X n.i of s'v X sw 'iofsw'i.... !l4i .lil"1 ,200! 4925J

"r t, farmer. 3Ir. T.agirgraffi i has been wril.ing James... js! J of lots 4 alI! 5 ..... GI i 120! ( '' GO;,, 10 82 .w I>'2'"' chits I It I li ch ems to to place Sec I.e begin-thenCI.C Owner Owner Uuknnsn.'se'qnfurYsrXofsWXneYotawYles7aers.16 t'lIknown... ..'neSj'of nwJi w3 of ne iwJiof -HnrV! of sw .1''' ; 5,1824015lSmj,, 331

some very gowrarticK-s for several Conner, Wilson.. . !;"c } of sw } .. 3, 619, niHg... ..2; 720 IW 8 nI Owner Unknown. ....'*"Ji of lit Ji of n-- Ji s X of se Y of ne .t; soofsw 3i''i

+ flCricuHuristn rs, and he has ,I w } 4 G 1900 12 93 :1m. Wala. .. ..... .. sal" I' .. ... 8 ;!' 5 ofm: se . ... .. .|17t : 18e30t'OwnerUnknown 54S
promised' Clemmons] Lewis . nw } of nei i } of } L J of .1 I I I, I I :hlphll ..:.. s y or\\Ir o' sWil sX or nay of 1\\11" of Owner Unknown......ne J of nw Ji s Ji ofiiw .V sw X seX ofse !V.21'| .1 3't t 113 ;
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I a t favor uswvon with an article on garden7 of \ .tao;I 619,t 100 s w'" .. ..... 1'3 G 14 .5 2 I 0 Owner Unknown.......':'w X of .sw'Q s h of se Y. .. .:... .. ... ...|-S! 5 IISJ6U l 4 19
4 j ing and other farm i 1 sw } ;1, G I I 15" 38 ----. ....... s' \ swgr of swqr less) 1r a ...1. GI6IW'I' Owner Unknown... ...ll'w\.' of sw 'swjj of nw.Ynof ne i! n. ofSt_ ''2IJ', 5'1'|!f240i? 566

11 > work. .nw 1of11W } .i H' 401 1 of negrles2.3 a.. cr of 1\llt' nwql n 'y of se Ji sw !. of se Ji ...... .. ..:t:I, ,,1 120X ,1 '34
i 1 .29! 4 4, 4 oj t "\II' lcs; .. 20 Ii II li i Owner Unknown.. ..''sw ofuw S Ii .,25l, 518| 40
1'' Chants J M. 'i' ; 821 | 199
4 : The Lenten is .1 i .:)1'1 ;' j j lannltr 11r.f ..:. =ass h 1t of rear of srgr. .... .. 7 -'Ol 1 5ls;
C"I' OwnerUnknown of 40
8..son nearly over of . ( ; : Iatte. 1 : 1 ;se H sw Y | J 99
s ne } I !
;; Crosby.V C 81 . n ,
. next ant .. : I 1 McKinney J A : nwgr 8t"lr neqr or segt' ... Ii gf 4! OwnerUnknown >wSotswJ X .!..271' 5JS101! 27 3
I Sunday will be Easter while all B . sw } of sw } ..28 721/ ) W. .. s3y nt lot 01 lot . .. .. 19 620 1'3 !
1 r .' our Jrawford \ lur.l JfO .. :IX { (Own..1' Unknown ...'nc X of stX se!.t5"l S'nef! nf swi), ler.s IrtacvX: !, 5(18110i, 331 i
\ a'r Churches do not observe Lent- / nil ,se } of se } .JI (-)1 I 80 12 06 Sill or Sttll sX ot Ltqr or sPqr .. .. la G I :O 1411 14 f'G Own.-r Unknown. ne V of 1I.6 nw X w # of se X e 3t of se X i t (
nearly : in of of I I ----.r. ut.wgr .. .. .. 8 61 40 62'X less 10 ...34 :,'I,.?-,(!!
121
keep Easier : k, j j. .. .. acres sw cor > ne } n\t II 1 s4i 77:: .'
with
flowers and appropriate .A' ; of '. ) ci9 I .)31 744 W.nolEo i { .: ... "CJwqlwXofs\ql. .961 Owner Unknown.... .\lIles sw X of swii wji of se .V of sw .V n X''! -I I t f
I ;. services i and of ne ..2"1 ;, I nWlr 'Iwqr swqr o' negr nwqr oC "111' of sw X ... A.SBl 18.510.' 10 K
\ / f feelings joy. Our Churrjbcs Clark J J age bllpleJ.1 ] !' 3 SWtl"" of swql StIII' o! sPqr ltql or selll bW. Owner Unknown.'"wl of sw ( ....;3fi[ :|I8J'! 40j 199

.4 intending to keep the day at least Hoane fc Co .w 1 21 619 ]1601 5 GGCrocker. ql' 01 ht'qr .. .. .. .....12 6IS -I\ 9 R2Xl'.ll I I OwnerUnknownw', X <>f ne V spJ of nw X .. . ... ..... l! 5,19,;, I 2 02

? will decorate t. } of se i se } of sw} :u1.; 5 19 ."' 5 75 U"n ... ...... .. 1\\11' of swqr .. .... .... .... .1t 619Iw.r..f.wqr. Owner Ui-l.iiown.... .. w .Ji of nw Jf e.3 ..... ..... ...._ 2t!5119;| 400 860
: f ,, : ... .... .... ... ... 24 619 I 101-! (.)wner Unknown .. .. nw V of nw X n X of sw Ji sw J> of sw X.. ... 3;: .".: 420
1 Conover el Milton . c i of sw w4ofst-J .. .S; !9) '20; 16. 15 95; \A'1.. .I-nne I ......1. N'r.f Iwqr ... .. ... ...... :n 519! 81N. tH Owner Unknown; ..... ne S of nw \ sw X of tie X sir V of swJi....:. 4. | 3 It
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hada most refreshing and much \V. . ''nw qr of sc qr sw qr of sc qr .2'r: 4 20':; 8u;; : m. 1 I.t .. .. I I ts'y .fntl] .... IS 521) .40' 4 t I: owner Unknllwn.... .,nw k of ne Ji of nw Y... .. .. ....r f 5, :' 2734C
Dowlng..J 5 19' ---- ... ..t... I '! 'II nl11 r of swqr o. swqr.... 2 5 Itl Owner Unknown. .. .'nlof rf' ', > .
needed ram this .r of qr . 1 Iwqr ; Ii 1 nw V --tiifX ? > Ji of ne V ,I ,
week which makes the <' "', \v. \ t 1 I --. .... ..,. +\ !Irof.egr .. . 2 5 2 ...1.q.is:6towloLwte OwnerUnknownAll: lesseJi of" se"i of net ...... .."I, 5i1951i 108
I 5 19) .
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N laud flourish like a |sw qrof sw qr ; j .1.,4 : ) ....... '". 7 44- OwnerUnknown.... .':riwH ofswY. .. ... .. .... .. ....'4' ;; *) 199
I'j
e Now r"cl hay: tree.lr |se qr of se qr .. j j'no 5 !W Otto 'Ir Fmih'.. .,.! t.r! "ft'lr .. ....... .. ......... 4 2. 40 2.Ot .: Own..rl'Ilnowll.! .... m;''t>f se"i'x j 5191| 4'1J 99 .

ti our farmers can take courage and ; of ne qr . l 5 W.' 160,' .( .<: tn Mrs Emi) .. ro. 18" .'s abo\' ..... ...; .... ... 3 04l Owner Unknown. .....;nw* of seV ... .. .... ". .. ...*,1 l 5.19'] *'11! 199
:; w begin to look Ill h i .hl.r t JI 1 ('wII'I't'nknown. ..'.\11.. .... ...... ... -4 5119'64011301' :
out for I4G5 fl fc 50 t !
crops. \Ve are glad Dillabcrry.. Jos T..:.. e w f t f bounded I ('urnings lS'C or'r .... .. .. ....._.. 1 2 40 I 19 Owner Unknown.... \\-X ofswVvX nf seVsw,Y i-f ueV.......?. 2B 5 l :3MOwnerUnknown 49-i I

for all, and especially for our citizens .i shy 1.JoLu'e by irtV liy Wline I i PlhutrJ'a..tJlo ,.'nsol : uwgr.. .. ...... ... ....1 .l 40 IIJ ....'nt-X of iif-V-..- .. ...... ...... .. :11;: 519;i WCwner 199

who have of !t qr of nwqr "r sec 1.1! Peck H.A... .. :... of le'l ..; : 4:: Unknown ...'nX"teX ... ..... ....... ... ....... ,. 'i put much time and cure fn, 28 an by : in 1 gvyyrof uer ..1 l >! .:' IOwllerU'nknowll.w I >i ofne !Y ne i'of m-tf: .. :. ...... .3:1,5:19'120= :; | 34 ;
, *: their gardens. I I .Jcol .JIW.OI 1'- ( swgrswgro !tqr :!) Owner U'nkllllwfI... ..'*"\i'ntst''i ... ............. ...:34 5:191.: 199 -
town tar u 1 : 11"11' or nwqr nwyrof 1tllr 21 7 :' 73 j' ( I Owner ) sr.-.t ,yujav'I nwV of.wia ofncV ..... ''W 5.t912") 34 r

Sam Crews is ; ; a' Dillaberry. Jos T ISS1.:112; : as \ j 8 3: Peck. It .\ a"t Tho' A P"lk I. .r IIIr sqr ofrn1 qruegr or swql Owner Unknown.. l
as hant-! young man Dowling: HX. on sec & s )beginning IW'II..rStql'scllrofswqr .... : 7:0 210 1:4P Owner Unknown......InwJi} of aeY sn"ofn' "Ji seJi of nw,' .. .. 2 o"" :.0120 343 v
., as cat be found within the limits of ... ,,I:210; ft from Joe 1 of line W 31 .... ...... l"iroruwqr: ...Ii 619 0-*. Unknown..... .:(deli! of ne* .. :.. .- ... .. ... ........:' 4 5 ..141) 199 it
our | ('O' Ie se 'I I II : nelll'o, neqr ....13 6 Ii 80 10 U:3: Owner Cnknmen. .:...s34! of lots I. :, 3 ami 4. sX of lot 12... .. 6- P .. 200OwnerUnknown 492

city, hciu beautiful dark hair and eyes, I i of se qr ne 'I of I(11.! ft e l' Parrish Sol A ... .. sts .p' fl'swgr ....301 4 64: .... ..Iii! X of but 8 .. .*. :..... .... ..., 7 5 .. 40 199 ;"o'j,
W .. ... . .. loll: s14 lot ....
theyouligladiessaylie w bounded s IyJ N .J ( e by Iinhhttr I I :3 OwnerUnknown.. .. .inw .X flllfbfse4sw4 of seJi .. ......195..280 639 ,
Is to sweet for line :28?; 29 ) fll'S I I 1v3y .fstvgr .. UU: 2(1) 21) G (.\\.I1'rU'nknown..lsw* of-ne** .. ... .. .. ..... .... .116, 5. 40 199 )
II sec n I laJbu1 st tin I -. :. .... .. 1"itoforof8"qr! ... 6II 3 ... .. .
l anything Jlr. Sweat he is ) I I : Owner Uflkflo\\n..t of .. .... ... .14 S..3SO| 7 13 -r
he think a daisy: neqrof seqr ..! 622. 6} 7 73 -- .. .. ... 8\\11'011\\'qr.\\lrofswqr, ..6 f18 b !jj t; 1Rh''rs Owner Unknown ....,e'y1y' wX ot nwJi ... .. .. ....... ... '.Lit 5.&c'0 1007 ,
says without Sam he would have! to Edwards. W F 1L.uw; qr ot sw qr n (.1 sic qr of sw 1. {' GO 16 \J ,. .... .. ..... ... \I'' blkndcroD add tl' Lake Butler 3 0 Owner Unknown ..|Lot t>. 8 nJi) of lot 7 sS: of lot I: nJi of lot 10.. y1 i 51..x', |280 6 39 .

close up if Edwards. W T .\, 'I ? 1 1 I htrtsj S .f WIII' 3 5 Iit. Owner Unknown...... Lots 1.2, 5, 8.9 nay of lots 3. 6, 10. Us lot ...::W'', 5 "1 600 12 S3
shop 8o.'onc doubts this just }agt i I i '.f :1"11 ... 3 518 10 i 31ptdifgWl1 Owner Unkoown. .I-e'\ ofseVi ... . ........... ... 'U, 5. 41) 19Q
L' 'I.' step over to Mr. Sweat'l new store and Allen ... .. ;,,4 acres in se (j of se qr ..23 1 622, 4 4 19 ) ... ... '.. ... .. 01., NiJ.oIFeqroCsqro'nwqr ..2J t2 OwnerUnknown.. ...'(}" of sw*:... .. .. .. . .. ... .......,,21, 5., 80 2 72

; see for Felngio. J J. . ''iiie qr of ne qr .3G 5 ; 40! 6 4y Robinson .. .... w Or"\III ... t 100 Owner Unknown ..... nX and nX of wX m-Vof\ .. .......''24, 5 440 933

yourself } W 4.'I.. acrein town of )Lawtey . I I ''! 1 1898 W3 le., .. negroItwgrrwnrorneqr5ac cur uf St'qr of innw,,.. 7 7 &5Inpt Owner rfikDown..is"'ofnecsXotllw| nl.t of s* .V seV of srX.1'':'i S l.'240 565 .; +

.;-':: .Mr. T. W. Sweat has erected a han d' Gurney W I age for .. . ..- .... .. .. ... I I I !Wm H. :.:.' .... .. D'r I !tqr De'l .. 2 l I 2) 5 7 1\ Owner Unknown......!i iswVof nJ neJine'jof.... .s..3i.se.lof....sW. 4w.'S.. ... .of...\.26 i ii 5 3r. 788

street lamp in front Henrietta ) (lurne}'.;'''sty qr of nw qr .'. .9. ; 40: 2 72 lte.iding W A.::: .. .... say' of but nwqrof"wql ... 21.. Owner Unknown. ..... I w Xotn\rX ... .... .. ... ... ... ... .. ..2S15. 272

; of his new store. Goodman, Green B. .|,e i of uw.qr less 7 acres in nw cor. :11 SO' I W4 lflt'r . 1 5 .. IG 1.42 Owner Unknown. ..... e/ of nw.Y neX .... ...... . ......:29{ 5 ". 1.0 3 43 '
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: Mr. Sweat .1 10 82; Rnzi"1.Ta'S ( lltlr .... 8 OWl', .. .. Lots .... | .
'; : direct has put tl lamp here for the Gaiuey B F .....swqr of sw qr . (':H 01 40 .tr3F)1 ..... .. ...... ny of negrjegrofntvqr ...1. ;50 120 U Owi't- Unknown t'nknowii.... .., lot 4,9.5,Lots H and 2.11 10.11 KnX. ......f..lot.I._....... _,',30 3115neV 5sM .|400 330 8 713 60

benefit of the burgUis who tried s J of lot 12 ..1' 5301 40 part lot :blk 7 Lake Uutltr 12 Owner Unknown .. of swX .. ... 5 240
{ to : 8 03 I r '; swJi of neii neX ..... 32.:. | 5 88
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Thos .. of 1
.- brack into his store and would he George D W .... ..,,ne qr of nw qr .2':; 521: 3:;; 7 44 Rivets!ttvers.gt.: 11 I.A ...... W3 ayIr 4 ofa.gr tt sogr- of swgr s3( of net r .....1.1. 52 16 ] Owner Unknown.....'ne!\ of. '..... ........ .....:34.5' 160 420 _
thLk. Green. E of 1" 5 Owner tnkllowo.. ..,soX of nwV nj of sWi reX of si! see ofi I IseJi -cr
: ful if the )1.. ... je j nc qr .. ; 711 80 4 94 Itu'u'rteunliichsrd.. . t3Leddtsl ."j". l\\roCI( C i ,
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thieves
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0. : would come up nnd express I : :0 I s Ji of sei ..... .... i hM 5 230 548
Gaskins. .. .. nw or of ue qr nw qr of sw 9 Jessee t'4 .rs.1! of say ofswII.I '
: ; qr ) 10' 19 IC'llurstqrlJ Owner Unknown......[e% of-nw> .. .. .136'5., ) 80 272
; ; their appreciation like little men. h Hous. Algdine)1. \J of sw qr ..14; ; : ; 1 side! 1'11' I a 01 8 Owner Unknown ......jse X of ne\ nV of neVnwv"iiwi nw'xVifswV' .! 2f| 5J3il3i10 713

"' 1, of n w qrHouse.Angeline .3 4 G':2 i 1tmai 'Ym ..2 52I 1,' 16 I Owner l.nknown..I{*:* of ne*{ ..... ..... .. .... .. 5-21 t( 272
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Ir. J. E. 1e 160 66 e ngt S "
. .} ; Smith who tins been sloping i ; I I Owner Unknown... eAJ of swjf ...,5/: lS1 272 .
l r' for "omc tiue at the M 1885 w t of sw qr ..} I 1 1! Stlal.ht.n. ....:. "wgrofsear of .. I. 7'2 Owner Unknown....... [SxHof seV pelt of seX nwj of. .. ... ..... 6!; 5,21.2O1; | 6 40 r-"
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,1 Kentucky House :, etof nw qr .. .: 160 660 tawJ L ... ... .. .... I "Wfr ncqr noqr of segr .:' 7 1' 3 45 OwurrLnkoosvn..ts'a4ofstk ....... ....... .._... 1 I- 272 i
left Monday morning for I i Holloway, Wm... .se qrof ne qr ue hf of sc qr . 620' I 1'11'qrw! qrncqrofswqrI Owner Unknown. ... "w Y ot UW.I 1",810 acrt's... ... .....,131, 5.1130: 1 91 a
He Philade1plll.I of s i ot lot 4 ;: tlrofw.r ...11 .1 Owllt'rl'nknown.se'4, ........ ...... .. .... .... 521140)' I ) 1 JO .
't expressed t us his appreciation of our s i .. ; 720), 10103 HhwJ n .. .. ... I "W'II IC 1elr 1 11 2-0 I' :.1 OWfI..r l".nkflown.. .. ..Iw X ofseJiswV ... ... ... .. .... .. .. ..',1'1' 5ilseiiofswJi 5 66 i
beautiful and said Owner Unknown. . w-Jof nwqr l'qrl\flw'r 30;: 7:1 4 haw l: .. .. .. SIII'C ntlr .. .11 4'') 5 !'0 Owner Unknown ...., ........ ..... .... .. :19, 5-.J li 4 1 119
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I country were he Jot nwbr of nwqrueqr Il'llr neqrof 1! I I : I II I ; \ IE .. .... 1).01".11; .. I h 1'S Owner Unknown..nwY, ofnwJi ..... ... .... ......;24,; 5 : 401 1119 j '
obliged to )leave would stay ;a month longer scqr -I. I I NIpIlrs .flqroFneqrXoFner 3.HI Owner Unknown.... .:eJi of seV swJi ofse.\ .. ... .. .. ......:':6. :,2OwnerUnknown '' 346 .
.341, : 120 3 45 "\I"il''nwqruwtror wtr ... z .1 180 U ...''nXsXotsX,.... ... .. .... ?|
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l .- ; lie has his of -i tokesJI E .... .... .3:11 51211320 713 1f.
eye on nice little r} nwqrvriof swqrof .14
: grove neqrnwqr 1 l i 011 Owner U flknown.. ... seSiofuwJi ........ ...: '\, fi-JLfO 1 9U
\ near fowl:: and will.probably -return in the of seqr I J of swqr sane lt slrgr..33 300()! 6 77 1\\111); uWltr ....I.13 61 12' 88, Cwner Unknown... .|w X of sw I neii of s n"r ay ofnN k 'of no I ,3tt! 5121,140 3 $. .f 'it ifI
7,1 w'I'olwlr .l
d of neqr nwqr I I I Dr A P .. : 61 Owner: Unknown.: .. .. !
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< early: full and l\ql 1\1 svvqrstqr SIitl1 ... IPtl'n'ner I 1 1
locate with Owner Unknown..r oC ... .
us, of swqr w J of s.qrneqr .36.. :300'I': 87 nwqr U.: Owner 'dnknown..nJt of neqr .. .. .. .. .......:10! 5| .I 13 ot
1
I'I'.i. II. Jones & : of neqr swqr of[ nwqrneqr . 2 k 21 sets of segr n wqr of swgr swgr or negr... 5 i" 200 of ny..1.. B!. 16013UO 4 19. !'
Co., have rec.-ived as 1':? 60, 2 Scarborough Wm A..r OF II IB2 Ownt'rt.nkllown..neI neii X of ne' nwJi sV f sw'. ..|14I 51 787 .
safe neqr . :!, 822.| 40, 1 7 OF nt'r nwqr ... H 519nwgr .. Ownert.llkllown... .,:n>iof nwJi ofrJi sw \ ofsw of se.Y ... ...,14! 5!:: 30 180 .
1 as ever twine Clarke 5segr Owner nkllo\\n.... ..!"'L' ofnel ..... .
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1- h t i t. n\qr w.t of neqr seqr of ueqr eofseqr I I ...... 3 5 .. 13 17 : ;' ... ?,,5!. 20 272
I OsvnrrL'nknown.'sss'YofueX .
J I 2-0 of1" .. ....
3600 ...
weighs 21'
pounds and cast down swqrbf ; tikandAO .... :eqloFstqr .. ; S..40 199 'x
; lah seqr .. .5.t2 11 400 8 60 Rwindlt . uwgrOFswgr ..3.2 4'9 O\\.n'rUnkflown..X! of n w X s w X less 5.lores sX} of so X \
in Starke $296. It is made with two .' e! of c| nwijr eqr of ej of swqr . : 8'221:| 60'' 2 3 TtIDII Louis OW"I. Dessie... .. 81 of nwJ tJto'J\\'J '{ . ... .24X 5.. 195 1550
; at .. ... .. .. .. ,
"''I r, C'>mbinatl, <
niofneqrofsc'rntofnlqrofswql..l' 8'22, 40 19 sot Ji less 10 ... .. ... .. .. .
madeoftcmpert"! )lot arres .
steel so hard) a for 1& % OF ,21'nX 70 420
that i .. 5
: no : Ieqr 7" ;
; nW(11 01 18 Owner .
? le'l 10 Unknown. .. "
+ .. 1'21 1501!;, 4 Temple Lotus .. ofnwJi seV< ofnw1' nwtf nine w,< of' ,
tools will even mark it, unless It w sun. \.t of neqr si of l.eqrof neqr s< qr -.1 I I j I.nfs i ;( :Tas. ...It. .BeMs.l...for 1st 1 e34 oFnfllnwqrof1.qr 7 i i seYseYotsI! eJi ofswJ. rtwV of SwSi.. I h, elSi'' OO 860
350 t
locked! B .. OwnerUnknownnvX. \' of nee n X otswV neb of se"Y. ...
it \1Q
would .r OF 1
bother qrswqretofwof : Tili nwqr ... I .t\\Z\\ & 348
even more thanun nwqr..2G'S.221 3001 21 7 40 2 Owner .....
lIknfwn.
] !sJt ofneii
iah.. : 8 nJicfseV seX ofse, ....... 3i '
expt-rls to enter it It is from he ej of 1ql of nwqr neqr seqr e$ of I 1 I I 67 TI/ln Wt.ks WIIt. .;...Kt.. ... ... "egr OF wqr (hvnrr Unknown....'II of swY.... .. .. .. ...... .. '.j, 4| gts 6il8200' 80 4 273 9'J '
I nwqr of scqr cj of seqr"of ; .,a Thl Ke iah.. nay of 2.2) Owner Unknown... .. way of neV ne"t of nwV nei of swV 9X ot'
;
r ; Moslrr Safe seqr.seqr It; .1 100 S ) pn Wi M'llr seqr OF :::: I
& Lock C'o. 60 1.i5
; Ult 10 29 ...... .. .
Cincinnati O. of seqr 12 : Wl'ek .. ... .for I -Mie above er Z ,. se.V ....... .... ...' 5618I200 492 ?
ti ._ 9221 40 2 72 I H lS 7 11 :'J9 Owner Unknown. .... .to of neJiofneJ
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t 4t -- Thomas Upo W ... of fto swV of neV ofi
-- --- INlr wqr :::: 24 40 3 ; I '
LIt week Friday there -- : (31 H 3G I ,I nwJi nwl of nwY nwJi ofO, .. .f6/
or'Saturday of-flowers in the railroad Lake Vlcvr OF t. If .. i230j 537 ;
.The bonnet Lodge No. 63 of F. & .A. .if. E. -of wllr say Ifqr of .2 :1 60 6-i Owner Unknown. ... nwX of swJi fa.c of fcwii of s.,. fracofswii 35 I
TluUs
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sprang up a beautiful little cottage on office mornipg made up through! Regular) Meetings second, and fourth J"srt 1'ut(1rustgr uwqr ....: 519 ot seX s3h If t.e'i' of s..I .. ..... .....)' 'i't 6'1' 1 a 08 1

:, t Cal strict. 11 I Is built beautiful Inces )jrstcrday ,Saturday of each nioiith 2 o'clock. I Tlnllu, W W alit n y..... 519 16 8 46 wnt'r \nknown.. .. ". of neY ...-.... .. ..... ._... .. ..., 141 1:11: !811 27* t
o the kindness of !)lls"I.lzzle Sparkman for K. .SlIIPKRUEK Brks .. or Owner ..... .It'| X lessne** of swJi Ne ... .. ... .. .....I k ''
.... iw 6,181380)) 840
:l and embroidery, ngay'liltie iady: sits in our popular engineer, Joe. Boone, attracted Seiretary."r, ClIKSTKIl: ".'O'tTI1! I -- .. ... Iw'r.I of lot ltqr 11 ... 2 I 2 .n 40 6 66, OwnerUnknown..... .. IS\\J of nwJi of nwJi toe I of n Ji .........'10; 818, 50| 233
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Owner tnknown. ..
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: t Ii I np! of nw x n 'Ji: of n"-Ji eX of i
front of this of attraction and __. seyroFsegr nei of neiil)
deal I
14 cozy little home. .We a great ._ .. 520 40
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do ._
atmil "
'arnlsJh..1! ntc qr of e qr .2 40 1 I swJi lessneVofsirJ* .... ... .....:11 eM2! 1
not know who the achilect[ could have lon. il was pronounced! to be the ;DIP'D. ORDER OF RED 3IKX.CEOLA KI .. ....... .. of segr! .. .. '6 l 40 ; OsvnerUn'noWn..swX of nwJi imJiof neJi: ..... .. ....:<1211\! 6118; 537 273 a
one that ever graced this part of O. I 1t.east side or n'3y of .. 1 : & OlIt'rd: .... '|'n'3 Ji of neJi sw, of awl sob f-f sWV.. ....., :: 6'1' 1 :
been, but they certainly: (ieser61)rise) for and certainly aloes credit to Miss ouate' *. TKIBK N o..1. r r.-OIII OtOeo' ....... ... .. .. .. ofneqrof.w qr Ieqr ..I 6. 1 2i unt'rU.llknowD... eXofseJi 1 +10acres,..... .........1..1 :;181, 348i 64
I.e kindled 1 I OwnerUnknown... .. X of ne eX f .'.
se > sex
the : rY of stt.Y or ...
j t ta8t. arrangement. This little house ba1t net will be placed upnn'tha g'I'e! of nt their eachVednesday's Sleep, nXoftlloffwqroCswqr or to qr ofw OwnerUnknown.... .lIl'.I' of seX n"j' of nw.\ .seX .; 6,18ll40,, 361 s.
Wigwam. :
0 can seen in the window of Mrs.BcarraU's M r. Booue's boy at Fernandina.Ju Tiansieu1.;! Brothers Starke, Fla. R.>.lman d: Ctrr..... . ii.wqr ofleqr ...2 U 52. 5 5 6t UwnerUnl..nown...... \\'X of neii dfdeif nwW of neV nX ofswJi of.:16 6,18 806ll8i3TO 272 ;
-- cordially Rrdmmfi'arr.fnrlc44 a" ahov9 '" 1034; neJf seX of ne V seli less neJ of orl : '
slore 1\11,110 "nne ... sei w? ,
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.. surrounded by mlnyprct. .t Received.Finett ttttcn'1. J. O. ttman &Carr. ...for IS'' same a o above 2 .: nwii ofnwJi wjj or swjf of nwJi ne4- ofj) { ;:

ty things in the \ :tautlOlt. ... . .. . .. seqrofnwqr 3 9l nwofswji tieV of seJf of swJf .,!,17 r..
wayof laces
ribbons and Ladies and in ..5 G. Owner ... | 801 l y
Slippers Shoes the Unknown .. say
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y h.laAal. LAKH atl'UI. .. for IK I same UI above ... 4 II' of neV n4 of sex of n w Ji i.X of sw X ofj' ;
{ lovely summer goods.Another city at T. W. Sweal's. S.ut Robt . for J8'i nine al above n nwiinfX ......:.... ... .. ...... .....!18 ) -;J
beautiful window Chief of Revord*. StautJohn...... .. .. ... .. nwqro'sqr :::: .01 Owner Unknown ..... ot nee e-J4ofsw of neo; e/i of vr% off 618J130)i I 348 '
is that of 5 I. srY ... .. .. ... .
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-- ne nw qr ...
-- ql 30
Wilk .vski J. I PRATT, C. E. County Surveyor.: "" Stautlohn.for ISG same above 5 6. 8 .2 7"C'tcner Unknown... way of swX nee': ofswY 818 302
r. which has been a' ; '" sX ofseVof swX sXI
: draped At the request of friends has consented to NOTICE( FOR I)L'', IiLIC,1TI0 Stout J..hn ... ... ..far 1S'i ,ameS above ::: :;t;) ofseJi ........ ... .. .... ...... "161R'I -

with laces.and embroideries of all sorts put himself in nomination as Assessor for' LASD OFYIC ATGAIXKSVII.I.K -_. g OJ Owner: Unknown.... .. e3y of n +'.Y w3y tof ar ts .. ..... ..... ... .... ?: l1 lr 530
:, ; -----: : :::: : :: :: I s3orse grse Owner Unknown......... way of swwx seY of nei g 420
for some time. the City of Starke. Citizens please vote FLA., March 10th. 1886. )f ----- grOF 8W qr ...21 518 L' Owner Unknown..... .... nX of nwJf *X *>t nX.of seV s&<, '33* 818,1: 346 ,
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$ Died for him. Xotice is hereby given; that the, folio 11'- ----- ne qr OF na qr e3y OF nw qr and nX OF sw Owner Owner Unknown-Unknown..............., neVei* of n xnotXsxofsrs<, .':25'' 61140 618-320 404 714

t .. On 'PROFESSIONAL CARDS ling paired settler has filed notice of his into InrrJnotV... ..... gran'IwgrOFSWqr ....2 SIS 32) (6 SI neX seVnXofs ft neX nX of Vofs-1 sex of. nwJf. ei of nay of' ,I RiH'iiJwJ | 'f

..t Sunday April 3rd, at 9:30 p. m. at --. tention make final proof in V'ln'Jno 'V... ........ 1sRt same DwqroFfeqr a8 above I: 2 I OwnerUnknown........, ofneJi neJiofnWn;*..... .. .. .. *?I 5J2J.1Suj.4 331
her home L. PEEK his'rl.iim., ,and support ot Carr JnalS'.... ... I Owner Unknown..... .., 7 t : 348 y
lE, a in I'ierson YoluMa] coon(1' :COMER that said I proof will be 1,9.5 .amen above S" of nix ontJ nw* ot :neii iX of nek"of" 1 M f H
: made: before II. F. hhsinc; Jno agt \y ffrira lW OF ne : I3 nwX nwx ot liwJi! . .. '
Fla. Mrs. York 111 III. .. 4
Alice Z. Jones wife! of our '', Court! at Lake Clerk l feel lit ('hrsineJoortt w Heirs.I el same 1" above 6. :-2 Owner Unknown..... neY of neJi cX f-f n w i, of nrofswi cr !irot Stet,; 8181' 348

teemed friend and former citizen, l1 ones. ATTORNEY AT LAW & NO'' : Butler Fla., on Thursday | (9rsturJnta, t W Jein'.'ti simrasahrs'e :. 267 UJ e3y ol leli w-YyofneY rt ': of I i
: 21S 7. viz: Berry of J L.......... S OF OF n X o seY sw X of x
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; arn.Jore t "Will swqr segr OF 1u! t se's r
C. GIllh. Lawtey I swqr swqr !a :") a,15 9.78 '
E. Jones. She leaves Owner .... 595
Fhi. Unknown. ..
a husband E. nay o ni3y : e1 ..
for o
the of nwX. '
dlvtec TARP II 9.,0 \'f (f Sec 86'i seoPgr Mlr t'F ..31 I 2 TOO Owner Unknown ...... 'x .. .... :p; g1e1, 45
and family circle well as Tp 4, R E. I "'qr .. I!' Owner Unknown.. .. ......... ..... ...... 1 g19 40 199
a many nY i
OF nwJS o scX
.y -. Intimate friends to her loss. STARiiEfRADFoitDLOUKTT- r :"LIDA.n names! the following witnesses to j I Willi'[Ienry.... .. \''y OF It'll 1qr OF ..,... I i IAA! I': I.: OwnerUnknown., n.. of netf'X cf seX i'X of ne1 .. ...., : 01940 199 ;
.ssw'.
m\1 I .May .; [ his 14dti.tuls .t J. . .. .. I 3. OF swql 62 21' 1 Owner Unknown I.'nwJi 1' ofneV''Ar ,4 819'1 450

the Creator in his infinite mercy enable: ABSTRACT OF, Tt. d'Iienl' s eu1lvatwu contll.ol of, said; land ---. . ..... e4 I or segrOF ftlr 01 negr.tqr .... 21 9 E IS 7 Owner Unknown .tsey| ; ofne< ray ofawii sw'ji'of uw'3; ol 6l940jR19320| 199 +=

-.,, the bereaved family to endure with fortitude tats law a Specialty .. A. W. I'revatt. of [ Want D. .... .. swgroFnugrw'3yorscgrorntegr .. 518 8 5 I Owner 1 sxrayofs''x ....... .. ...... .. 7; ]
Highland. Fla. Da"d .... .. OF swqr w : S ; Unknown. .... .. way ill swJi ... 714 al
nay .
Abstracts furnisneifri> James J"'II' J OF ser Slql OF &qr ne .fsei ..... ..... ... . ..8 1)1:
their hour of deepest sorrow. S. llczier. of ((1 OF swqr Owner Unknown......... nwY! o' nu X ne of tX ....... ... 8 420 '
They .... 5 t ..
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18 t.
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.. 9 K19
Wright E I > 80sl9
3tortgage;; t-JL OwnerUnknown..... ; 272
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;* 1 Rozier. of Law \ .. nwyr of wqr |1uw'x ofswJi..J ,,,,,
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Fla. .
hive l .
the sincere lev, Ii 10
heartfelt 2j .13: Cwner Unknown. .... i, 40 1 99
sympathy of I .
tlchment.; "Dd, W. h"gl\n 0 sec hoe bet 2:1: 26 100 eJi of nwJi ;; .. .
b
.. .'. their-friends and former ;l s Redding, of I W OF H K running parald &R R 00 F Owner Unknown...... .MVrA ofseY ....... .... .... _. ... li Wt : 6192| 80Rl8j 272 '
neiilbO' Rl'r fle !, Owner 40e a K
S. then Unknown. ..., 199
r C. Tucker. l' ::o Ft then n to sec then otnwx "of '
-:_ M.! Bradfwv? :.1' ':gy p to March 19.'x7. 6t '::1 sec lineto Fx sinning Ie w Owner Unknown....... e1y otsws.WSorse31 way of s14 urY> oCof,si-V.- ....,141 19,180, 458
'*.- date of 'JbS '> Regis'er.U. I j ".a1krHtnrJ V. ....... nXoflotI456 .. rt 52o I 2_ .72 ot seV sex seJi', -s j jnwJi | 4 4ii .- ,
.r S. Land Oilice. I w' I .0:e. . ... ... ur.lruFSw'yr .. IR 120 Cwner Unknown... ... ofneV wVo/nw'*" s'e* 8fiO '
TboPrenby'terlanChurch.Therettands '
Headquarters-f IKSURANC E : \ K. .. .. 1t11 OF negr ..:.1 740 5Calkrr.fno n_{ Owner Unknown......,. seX of t"U 420 'j
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in ) : 40 4 .:.1 Cwner Unknown....... 2fS01nw nee ii!]
420
our Iteautiful ADDITIONAL seX r..u'Y.
LiST. swjf ofs ,
city n representing the a d I & LOldon&, \TICI:. --- -S Owner UnknownOwnerUnknown. ... ... -'pi ........,in 1 420 Y
litlle north from town and on the east fide Globe Co. ,3.\j I .. .. .... s ....... urX of swX nay of seX aeY of 's ..... ......:81; 18a 420 H

,. of Urn; Railroad track little) r '- .- hereby notify the citizens of Starke .n.OFntr! .n. wqrOFnlqrnJ OF wQr xI.a Owner Unknown.... .1swY 6'191 401 1 99 ?
t : Church and surrounding' ; country that I have: aon n sIde 01 Wqr OF Dwqr 21.3 acs. 16 Owner Unknown....... .' iofnofneJi"less rci oux'yseX''w?r 1 l 4 a)
C which is to be an ornament to our to L31{ I C I; L A (. loatrd) i H'S on n side OF 5 T3 20 .. i .t
wn OF ....
segr acres.
.- my ollic over the Adams D .. negr 1- ., r .. .
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store of N. Owner "
( J. \ .. land 11 W a.j Unknown.... ..
t ,.., There 1s Jone.-it Ivll J F t S w A 3:lyrtuSsboun: seX ateX ofs .... 241mi 677
,. nothing jiarticularly stricking in ('o., where I can be found! evry did Oi re by R Glison on s by Owner Unknown...., .. say ofofneneY. .Y .... .. .. 619 fiOl6l 27* t

r .'t the out ti'lt appearance of this l,1fcc. except .' ". the Saturday taxes of for the the purpose; of u.s.se' !sin>; Ly GlLSOn John Vltmons n by Mrs Days It 1V 0'tR w OwnerUnknown Owner Unknown.......,.. + r ofne!... ....... .... ... .... .....................2. Y*t 619 8oi 278
H .. 40j
FI istern portion (/ Brad- Fennel 3iartha.. .. .16X less Dy of sw Y or st ,Y ,,, ,. .. 1 99
illJhc that it does not look like a F. J I L D ford county Every .. .. ., :: Owner Unknown : ? .29 61930QJ 877
j J. owner Gill.tJante; .... nwgroFSwgrorsegr G. >) .. ..30
3 Owner 9
proptrt. I ... w. Unknown. .. .., ,, 61neJiofneJi. 7
Cburch ut all. but upon entering the door 19 eordiallrincited. lo 'al see me, halyard Jno E.. .. .. .. .. 6'_) 40tihindler 157 Owner Unknown.... .,., nXofnX .. .,,.., 31 t 420*
ane OF .
ql nX .
O o neX =
4>ue will not to It now MUled permanently In Starke aaU.ld.ceOnJlallelll.l by their I 1 R 7" ...... Sqr nW'r I .19 8) r :'6 Owner Unknown... 272
astonished nWlllotStql swX
surprised oo n (
L ( say to do soy llrllkw"r, 01l'Kr want to make a close and a J1ike .. ... 6'' 1 72 Owner Unknown... xl 81st: 4
'. lf.terlnj Ka.nllJ correct as"*>ss- 0. 0 0.0 I zWgrotnwgr :0:: 12 ; 0., i ... neX o nwX seX psw nsx.et 1 09
at the great that meets his eye, the ] hanging. Ulmn pre 1 meat for the 1.S7.Uespeelfnlly. 61' 77 Owaer Unknown .. .., of r '' '.. ....-, :i:, 6191
but. year I'"P' acv X lees e w X of .... .. 348
",rrntt' lodworl aDdatracuor Owner Unknown,,,, ,,, swX ....... ......aG 619,
w uncouth appearance in 1 I I s36 oC n4 nay 348
> gone. Every ('haro e Etmat I. Owner Unknown...,.,, gfs3y swat of awX' ,.... ... 1, K-W3CO ?
.; the X. (J. ? way of say eK of .... .... 787
thing'! gracefully n.the by day or WAIXRIQIIT. OwnerUnknown. tv K .....' ..... ... t 61320'
arranged south I 4w. Tax Assessor, Dradlord I o. i.er Unknown ..... .. ............ 4 40 714
cast corner is the rostrum with !handsome I o. Ourifr Unknown..... r ........ ..,. ,.., .... .... ''I 40 199
61.
a desk a IOLi: I O.v;,iT Unknown. % of lot 1 ,.. .*... .... .............. 1 g 80 1 99
as was ever put in Church. q May L dee No. I nJi Of lots .1 272
I ; $113 \X/ I Owner 145s'of lot 3 .. ...... ... .... '
'e' Unknown......... 6I- 160
Over head the cealibg is cut in a number O. O. F. Meets every Frl-j eeks_ OwnerUnknown. ,..,,,, "X of sex seX otseJ*' ark ofsw* ........ ,.. ;160 420 : ,,.
L Li n K of 490 s
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udifetent shapes making u btatitifulappearance. Han.night at Odd Fellows' ---.-- Owner Unknown...... Jtfn' reJi XXottX of seJi. ofsJi.... .... L?R 4924&B
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; .. The whole is Tl7lnSt hrth(!;' The POLICE nkaown .... *
CJ1ZCTTE uY less
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.' yellow pine cordialjv in\.it| to attend. will be mailed, i Owner Unknowa.....,,,,, ueJi of swJi .wJi of ne B'atMHl to represent and L Un .turly rapIXHl to any ajlllvss j the United of aw of I r 787 y
: cherry walnut! nnrAsGrand il ftW&K e* s a Y w Q !
mouth 1
i, :tu forthr on receipt of +
c to be Owner
.ltll\Ult appreciated. The Unknown. ..... "" !2SO
II 530
I, ONE I) eX *X seX of swV r'x ofsex ."I."Jl.l ..
ptteterltev. R OL.LiAlt. ,
JJ. Matt ,, 160
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., an eloquent )' Owner Unknown'.V.V 1ot3lots i' 8 ... .,. .1181 49086U ".
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speaker tttnLholds his audience Bradford Lode No. 42 F. and Liberl dLwount allowed to ,,,,,' seX V 400
:' :A 11. hb'i a i ir in a Regular communications llu.d** cnhs Sampleeofs mailed postmaster free. nf 1.nt Owuer Unknown...;" '''iSeJfol ? "X** a *X o: nwx.;-JU. g ., 100 309 ;
'l very earnest in his G ,> Owner *
delivery acli month. Unknown. ?
( &tUNYII .ddl!a" ; \\u\vX of X' 1 40 1 99 .
.tud i a lmcChristun[ gentleman.Y \ L.V.. KlCKLITKR, I3Sft'v w- i "% """' M gl 40
: IhL 1Rll F\ tJSSBSMLH tof ?*>* SeX .... 199
**7r y \. W. i I :::: of t Y ... 60 243
M Hfc.F ttfCt SSt1C.1RE\ Y OwnerUnknown.... awJtofnwJi .. .. 40
seii of i.eV nwJi of : eVX t ... 199 '
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OwnerUnknown X .. 6.
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uIswh' )_ ofneof seV eV. 3" ni'xy)() a 30'1I.orsw4sl'l al Ill of |iliosplio powdeis. 01 visit our deal' on us; yon.wi find onr storo attacti _
.. )' of W.'It'.Ot'tJwwXoC! i V, -1| I A K.ist Starke.T '
:' I Sold only in cans. lt'i\-al iking l'o\\- : \ (', "tir a-s'rtlll'lt l'Ol'lf! ilI 11. ; rcisonable. A' l'Illl.r.\
.. nofi&swof Ill""i 1's.11l4ncren3 t'.CXOfL'W"'W"of of neV ofn&I .. !.>.\1\1;...30: :1'1-'<>j280: 6 (') I 50 bearing i der ('0., lOii; WaM-st.. X Y. si'i; i ti tli'parluiuni fur'h' IIg lor MbJi juul Uoys also Ucut'/ XUiidui 1. -_ _ _ ._ _ _ -. .

.. tit0 I 8WV sct;!; ...........i 12 : $) 4V1 1, 19 /00ofnwV pear iI \\ '. -
.. sw, Of J1C'. 4 tf'1 .... .. ............. .. ..... .. .1 IS 7.7'otnwV 2fOj: 492 I I, \.il.'HG. S uar.KESl'ECTFULLV,
se V oi taX ..... SWA of ;'w V SW V.< .;' C *. 1820 713; : I \ WI8WEAT
.. 0 fl3" *ie3.j of' ie 4AX ofswJ-4 ol sw 4 seJ4 |1'" '
.. oflwi.........."**'''*''' .,,, .. ..........: '**! ISO i! -156 I,300 bearing peach, I ARE YOU NERVOUS? Kohn Furchgott&-Benedict' .
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.. .. uw X of ueH l'e74 oC c .t.oX of eJi ol, I I I :' -- -
.. F.e34w.o! ) st4 .. .... ....... .. .... ..... Fl. TnwJiof 30 i 7 87 Or, do yon suffer fioin i iir'cs'-rihablc' I S I 'S ". -

:.; :'" oleqrsofeqrWleSflWqrOfflWqr.10 enr nX: of Keqro) neqrs"'jof neqr 1, ,| ,. "''i''4J"I! 934 plums, persim- feelings, l>oth: mental and pliysiie.il. ? I I I __ -___-_-_- --_--_--_-_-_- __ -- ._ --_- 1-1_,-_. i5 ... ..- .'-.", 4 p ".n.* i. .
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.. e3fne, 0 1.e34)&ofne \( '.e Ji ofnw' ii I "J I Have yon o\crwoikid, or from othl1 I

.. seqrof'eqr n, or..wwXo.. .. beqr.... .he...qr.. .of..seqr......................,,11 pi' 7 7,,..,, II'\:, 644 11!) figs calico heeot1 Ichiitat.d! I i ? ]) you Ikulliiol. R 1I \ Fnn () NOt) .

.. all..... ............ .................. .... .... 12: '; ",4)4n1 13 01 mons, grapes, : stn'inrthand vitility front any NfiR The'OfldSti'Y !

.. all,..01.11.j{: .....r ;. ..tX. ..sw....qr.of',14 j 7wqrnJiof i ih'w ,::,64 1301 I cause? I I so ami .tll. or i if yon are troubled I j n % 9'I Boo' IB & S]1 n ,

\' i. :: : qr*X ors qr qr ...... .. .. ............ '15 7'' \520s0tiieqro 10 81) walnuts with diseise ()r any Iit' II send aselfnddieseil Sarsaparilla is fully confirmed by the f. lur1.- P.
neqrnqrofnw qr s-c qr or I I", pecans, Il. and BUILDHII. I tar testimony thousands who have tried FANCY GroceriesrA '
.. U AI oC lie qr ne qr swqr sw qr of !IHIIfd i[ envelope, wihdeM'rpuon it. Peculiar iu the .
'. &"wqrl l' qr ss51l..rell.qr .... .... ...... ...- ... ..- 17,7, I 2in 518 ola.sa.! for full: inform! 'ition (\II.maton rrololll1n. !. .
and of
furni-hcd preparation its ingredients, fc.tI1r: '" I
"orneqroCI\\.qr.f8\Vqr\\'X of seqr "' ) LAS ani Hpecitication* on -- !, .\ x1 X. STOCK.TOCK .-
.. 's.X, IMS sw qrofuwqr...... ,.. ....... ':is, 7 4.10nX 9.1 almunds and <-onernint I ; Prf. Cnits' "IOXONKTREATMENT. 1 short notice, nnd good work a :ured. in the extreme care with wlucJ it i? put '. ."'. .>. '
t'f <>% s3ofziw qrswqrot i.e qr \vX of, j jscqro I. ." It I Is endorsed b.t1! up, Hood's Sarsaparilla; accomplishes c'ires '\' < ( !" -

.. twqrswqrheqrofheqr.. eqr neqr of o s"'qruXoJ.owql'.. ... ........ 1.1!!i! I a o 750 I clergy, the press, the !ldj":1| prof"'" .ion PATENTS7FRNKLIN I here other preparations entirely fall :Y-: .' .
liar iu the unequalled good name ; EtREADY-MADE
$3 V of IIW qr of swqr Ut' qr of sw qr nw i of;, I ", other fruit mil all 1 i intfiii: .'iit i prisons who h.ivo ill- CLOTHING
.. Sth5" Of "f H\ I.-*>' ofn'" qro: uw 1r20: 71' 91" 4 !92 many I at home, which Is "tower. of "1 I
tlt'qrofsw .......... I'M1 0 10 !}?at'I: its A ?.> Treatment "
qr 7,2XO I I
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t'X 11rofnwqr 0 ne qr wqr... ............. ....... ......... 22i' 7i'i, ,401 1 !I9 vet mcri peculiar the phenomenal sales j JLT.4T1tECEIVED. '
rt S ( .......... i I delivered free tl ono OI in eve y it has attained, ,
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;f t;, ,.. X" of neqr swqr of seqr. .. .... .... ... .......-.;2''I..j:1:, |::|, 202SO 1 5. i and nut trees, at town. (live both express 11110lolc'c ]I I Hood's STAUKE, FLORIDA..

.. Florida LandJtMoi, (.ri'''' .. . .. ;. .. .. .. fli 40s address, and eneloso "iO ((lts ) cover of merican and Fnrign Sarsaparilla .
; pgeoo. (LIrnitt.I I''i SW .)4 fn l.. ni l 4 rNl" ue of swX 1(11 l', :! (' !III charges, hoxil;altl tiolivering. In or- I I Solcio I ,I the most popular and successful medicine The l.i-hest market; nno laJt forSTIN .-'. ". .
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,' ors !; ot 8e4! w 'iof WXt'xorSw.I..15u ; half price. CALL for Tieatinent "15." AddressMirtis Patents.D2T before the public today for purifying the -
. . ', 2 45 deaingask C'ouulrv I I'ro"'p-I
OrDel.I % W" !-* -
wxornt'I iiofuv fot'; !. . . . . .. . jl, 1 .!itR51 840..1'! 17.: ( lozono Co., Wietins ,1 I F. STBKUT, X.V.' I blo giving strength, creating a appetite. ,
.It il HO"I I .
( '. Ile1/ .. . .. .. HI: .u "I suffered from wakefulness and \ow .
< .' t.cl,. of 0'i'e( se!. ofsw3" .. ... .. .... 22 5 51R ol20l, l, K2 AT THIS OFFICE. Syracuse, M. Y. I II V.-ar Per-son.il U. .attention Taient Office.in'n t't'I; I SPIrt and also had eczema on the back; of 5
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51R head and neck which
8' prosecution of application for Ll'Ulr. Patent. my wa very aoyng. I !a
t I Ju! !)ne&& uwH of seJi. se o' 8eMVt ofL. _: 1..1 1 All hu.iiiP'.'* Tiefore the U. S. Patent Office at- t I took one bottle of Hood's nd -
\\I "i"'-" 51S'"i: ; and Neural ln Cured In tended to for moderate fees.hcn patent is i 8lsaparD I. .Qa ,
,,iV,4'.i ofseVeli! ofnw'f floIsw'o)4V1 Wti I .1 Uleumathm I have received mnch b t. am .G ,
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l'1- swf} 15S invention with 8 1
{ -nl I 1$ I 'ranted a drawing your l'l.aims. I
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i o se'4e'4'o'sw'4,' Ws, 1' fO D8)'I.The you maine and nhlrs. WIl he published in tlie- very grateful,and 1 am always glad to speak '
.5 HiM4 :: : -
a." n '4 ot le'inelio P.C' .! 5i 18 I i I United States Patent Gazette a of J" : Cn.OT t
,v"k of 'i sw3 of"liw 41 Indiana Chemical Co have: dKcovered paper a good word for this medicine. UBS. S.SNYDEB 5
L\ w" of ne' M IW! se3. .. . :. I'.,Ss. mmense circulation, and, the only paper that I ;
.."'. 3. olsw'' '! sieoI I1W! OrMW sell.' . .. ... .,'I!)e',, 51f\\GOl H1lOHW I ;, !it a compound which acts with tuil}' hhsl.s. this free. Pottv1e.Penn : Tin I and Sheet- Ware

: ofteI..fot'lf fse' "o.r'I./ . . ')I CS] ( !94n I II marvelous; rapiditj- the cure of Ilheumutism fSr'Xo Agency in the Uuitei States possesses Purifies w ,t Ion ,
w ...; 'I' f.,w l'... .. .. ..... .. .I1'' V I WI'l,! 54e' ci: s1jperi.rfaci1Itieforobtainingpate1)torascer. ,.\ -Dlo "
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".1/.'0'1 vt:I e4!t',4 gv4of tie 11e!. ...... .... .... .. .. "l 1 1 fl12O: 82: I and Neuralgia.c guarantee Itt ainint Copies: the of patentability patents furnished of patents.for *5 cents each. llenBiggs'ampbe1l Street, Kaani Ct.( -A.11). DEd ... ..1 m

1(1( 1 2 .. / .... : 18 !3 I ) cure any and every case of acute Inflammatory Correspondence iu\ite. had scrofulous sores all'ore r lila t'ARLOR. OFFICE AND COOK1NL 5 J '
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: ej 0' .4 /- .. ,4". .. . .o. .. .. 1 0'4-1' 201 Rheumatism and Neuralgia I fCeenyear Hood's Sarsaparilla completely .' 1
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oVne of ( ; {111 205Jofne'iw'i 1 01
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; J !If"1: 1 S J. TERPPLE.TEMPLE'S I Wallace Buck of North BloomfleldN. ..
t'F'a in chronic und effect a speedy cure. .
cases .
MI'.OCsw/! .. .. sio "lKof !, 1 12 i suffered eleven years with a terrbl-Yaricose' i 1 :
nuswJioiiiw'i! sw'.' .. ,.11'' 519,1*" 2 45 On receipt of 30 cents, in two cent MILLS ulcer on his leg, 1 bad that be h t gtte .

\I e.1 eXorne t se'of! nw'4i' swjrt of r.eji! .ne'i of! hWji of!nwJi...w. of. !,i((12 I, 519'' ', 62i I; 1 57 RIVERS & JOINER I stamps, we will send to any address thereceipt FL A I up business. He wa cored of te arid. I _ J .

nH Vn !f/nXof'nwJirwJ!, % .... 11 i! SI3 i ', 1 43: ,, for this wonderful compound, I also i of catarrh jby/&r T&JZ : :
sX I 91
: MrsWi
; lhIr n3. ofne'lswKofseUofse4wXofseJi! .. which cnn be tilled by home drug MANUFACTURER $
.. 1515'1 4" 9 RnW your o *
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take this
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i of : gi&t at r
: "w 3 of ,:4 y!/ ... . .. .. 1.:1119,41' 1 5nL' 0' AND DKAI.EIt INSiwctl .
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.. .*' \ t.J" 4 ... . ....II: I I4 O'' 1 87 putting i out as a patent medicine, it 1iltilhClOf c"4elvDe..crlptlln and I .k. ; -
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ofteyw"0e . . I 57eJ 1bl" .
n.n 1934' will "
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n. '! 8WU of nw! di of 'w' 21 .,. I ) TOILET AND
e% I\\ Dw.ofnw! } se34 nt'! !i gladly refund money if satisfaction: is not Pickets Bracketa STARK : r '
: 8J ofl.4..Xo.nw! ..... . .. . ..,,2, 1g4Q4'!)' 1' 2 ( Laths : Railing?, 'l' BL. : ;. .
!: .- 'fS\i >. . .4'. . .. . .,. ....I 1- 51"",:t 2'I'. 1 PATENT MEDICINES &c.pnESriMPTIOXS I given. and L'inh-liing Llml/el constant oni51)Ctll I ; b '. .
4S w! .. . . .. .. .. . . ..3I' 1 rl!) 40, 40 INDIANA CHKMICAI, Co.. hand. .AX & .
'r ; Hej.'nfsw1* .".. .. .141:i 51 91 A 5 TiE SALE J. .
.-,.:,. oUvU'v-"'of nwJ4 of nwX secffl'V;4 MW/t' .. '.jrV a <'''' -I Ii2 215 2 F I ILL y I CiMwfordsville, Ind. attention given to Filling \ FrEDXI (_ IL v. rr< ) VES. :.
.1' of I1W ilWl1.0 DW ." p .119S19 I .
e) s% ofs\Ve3! . .I' 255 ALL IIOL'HS. Feb. 5. 'ST.-lyO. Orders with Dispatch. ;
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NOTICE IA. t _
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s ) of se'% \.X. i' : Klillinery Fancy OrangeORATES
j ,.; n.l.n.: of se' W DW!... .. .. ')' 51,)'!' I 2S9'J Whereas, lt'nry'Epprson.: Ahniui.u'ator'of ,,p : : :l
e4of % Jw/.orne n" of SW!. .. I,Ii 6 19 the estate Elprt. decenseil. Kite KID GLOVES PARASOLS, '
ne I' I 2S the office of the i!I NOTIONS. 'I DRIvnG WELLS\ ATSPECIALTI. /
t" of ne'4 \! .... . ; '1 1e ) of bhl'ounty. luninff :
1 : W% OfIW 4W 3 loCI/.II! otsw- .. 1I.il:\, I"j, 231 County t. of said county 1 writt.n sti. < stioacf -I I II Silk Umbrellas. Zephyrs and all kinds .

) 1"'Unw 0 . . .. 40 insolvency of said t'stte. Xotu-e. isherebv i I I of material for A S PEe I A L T Y i 1" Tinnnl Iron \\\cot\ pot oa ntwb- ir. -
70svV all of '
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"tt.otnt' Ofnw.4'. .. .. 5jl'I'\121' given persons having : nl"j I VV Lilt u.ter.or. On'ew fo'11 iGu'ter um'.U'
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!t '... ,'. "n), )nl',.or8e. wXofse.\e"ofw"oW'Or. \ ;. I, \ 2 alaXCc same nature duly whatever: authenticated ag iint fit, in the office to file of the J ctncij TPoz'Tc.I E I I S !. :;; '-: -- .- Z. I- ii !ad. \>ind1'.1lginesforpnTp1n.'waIr': .' ,j
FOR F .
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... ." ...... .. .. .! f'seKofse'is 61 r.: 70 County Judge of sid county on or 1wfur the attention to orders.I i a I- omitly! e eced: (n order. hun b Faeory -. -
e"ofsw\ of sw'4'' 619 I Iie : llth day of July 18S7 at which time 0.pro I fgTrnmpt 1 a <1 &'hJl& for Mile at B.itoves .
r.t'\ otne!. wX ;(I" of peV ... .. 1061 I, !199nw1fif 9 rata payment will be made t creditors entitled I I 50! Wst 5. St., ( Laura. ,'- S = _.S ,L Irst-C1th4S timrnouts furIshed at all .
% of iJ' tof nw ,'" I' to the same so far as the a.t will extend ali 41W.m! JACKSONVILLE. FLA. hours. -
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1&V aX of sw n \ Jan. or
of nW ofj'ofWVnV I '
ue4' w J .. . 6Tfl' 126 the paid administrator w be dioha..t. niglt. 1 .
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.. ... ... !112 6T9' 80: 5 Witness my I'ame as County Judll. Fil 1- ------- S ; O : clI : 'us a trial. at t Wholesale '. s
:.. .\( oIsw, . .. ... :11| fil9' HO, 5 County his the Mh day,of D. '. 1I I -- \ / .. I .ANIliE\VS&.tLV.jEZ. |I : Pe .'-. .. .
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w"of's\ . . .. . ..... .. .. }5j Ul9' f, .54 Jan. 15. Cm. County) JIJgl J. T. WILLS, -- I '' ins e r' ted for i iar urm.. -
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; swqr of DWQre" oC .. ... .. s 6 480. 2 ( whn write to Attorney ,, :; or i' o n r> p iiiAl g. d t'":' T l'e.. .
cr neqr % ofer ........ : :, ;, 99 !ri'1 Is are $T'C. but tho** I Triil liv. Dnvis IMo just lel'ci'i Hlarce .. .,.' .
fix I 1:2 .' h a l nn i i 11 at ad 0Suitable
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Iwqr of swqr. .. ..... .. '.' .. f'Tg2"'); &IwvMn" d"al.d Ieat 1iuieti4"i14 P"Y ] for Orange Grof .1 iMJIXlA"VlINTILATJIIi: KKItllYRATi -
.. .... .... 'HI | 245 them from>''f:per day. Sine Lav bl ':-> AXJl Si'ANAKll QUAittBASKK h', .. ... "I 4,4.-. ... +- .dlI4t
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France's War Pigeons. .
: 'it '.. ; ,';AJTEUTJSIKO JUTES MUll C.ULTURAL. chance t add something to his diet of WOBSE THAN SMALLPOX., .'. I Lydia E. Finkbam, Lynn, Mass.: ..

-- ... dry cr. of this kind do not root A Great DaBgrwhlcliMenace.an. .limnplcl *- 'Gener Boulanger, the French War "M the first cf September, 1831, my wife K Ready
1 I n
w 1uz .m.m 111 Hog n
(:- :_'I9' much if good clover n Public. ) has recently given prizes to with uterine hemorrhage. The best

1........ ... besides pstu.Unless The Brompton Hospital for Consumptives, the best trainers of carrier-pigeons in the : was taken did .. ;
. :y.. I I 50[1& 0 8OO5OO2OOO TOPICS OF INTEREST RELATIVETO given sometmg in London, reports that over fifty people styptics the physician could prescribe jot PERele

,,' d..1.k ..,.;.I 6. 1 2( 40 0 It 0 001500 FARM AND GARDEN. they ought to systems demand out every hundred consumptives are victims Department of the Seine. Pigeon-train check it and she got more and more enf eebrd. CU11E3 AND

S. .; ;:;... 0 IS 0 18 0 6 0 somethin more than the corn con of constipated or inatve kideys ing in France has become a branch of themilitary troubled with Prolapsus Uteri, Iucorrhoea Colds, Coughs, Sari Infuenza Brl s
U....i..: JO 15 0 0 0 for fun for Consumption is d service and plenty of well- She was
: 1 0 C S Experiments in Feeding Sheep. tains. They will not root nor to numbness of the limbs, sickness of chills, Pneumonia Swelling Joint 't
Ten the fint and flre cent fore food if they can find what they need on eases, and the above report goes prove trained birds are to be found in the costly -
cnti'lmet Pour each columns during I :fammaions
each pens of eight sheep were what has often been said in our that the stomach and loss of purchased Lumtg3
establishments Chil
little apptit
4q_ bneclai rate for time apoa ppU- tested duringra period of 106 days. The the surface of the ground.As the last eight years, that kidney troublesare and beautiful tism Neurlgia, Frstites

gallon at tbe office. ',, aframnt. foods were all of good quality the linjeed to the quality of pork fattened on I not only the cause of more than half the have been built for them. They are .I a trial bottle of your Vetble Cmp blains! *
; but of ninety out of and She said she could discover a Asthma.DIFFICULT .
I. clear corn diet, while the pigs so fed are cases of consumption, furnished with modern improvements ,
cake
;. SUBSCRIPTION BATES. .During the wn.a first period pure and of superior thirtythreedays one. closely confined, little need be said. The every who have hundred taken other this common diea, They their luxuries that vulgar and ignorant pigeons ro the first dose. Now she i comparatively BREATHINC.

;, One year...,. ........ .. ... ..$1 50- the several increased in diseased pork that is inflicted upon 'the after an elaborate position investigation, and could never appreciate. Among the free from Prolapsus, smah's sickeo&c CURES TIlE In from one to twenty
fcU month*... .. ... .. 78AU pens weight country is grown in these same putrid, ca that they have discovered a specific pigeons now in the possession of the The hemorrhage i very better tniantes. WOR AIS readlnc this aVvenisemeot -
mnct be paid inrarUbW In ado, torn [.G ounces'to 7.6 ounces daily proof diseases Her need any one SUFFER WITH PAIN.Jtaday'a .
enbecrlption milk terrible and stealthy kidney veterans of the
wholesome several at the
infected holes. Pure is less
and apptili
r .ane 10 oircrlzulnatlOB lo favor of ar.jbody.W ipiece-the mixed linseed and cotton Government are regr prio Ready Relief I. a Sar Car Car
from food or which have bome so prevalent and them is a EvwPaln, Sprain, BrnHcv PalmUUM -
> W MMWM HK H or flesh cannot come filthy : siege of one among restored, heat
ake doing worst and the mixed oat and Pari. i It
I us, is wise and Back, Chest Limbs. wa*
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aH of among
matters Inter: We feel
1.1 eeljeUcllcd-froin CommuuicUol open of the county.l loa. barley meal the best. In the second period filthy surroundings.-Practical Farn.The AVe have recently received from them a genuine In 1870 this bird 'a strength are much iprove. th the Firwt and In the Only

al paT. ,. of similar length the sheep increasedIn fresh supply of their wonderful ad yertiing. taken up in the Paris baloon called we have been wonderfully benefited and PAIN REMEDY most paint, "
: Paris Catacombs. They have challenged the medical profession and capturccl by the out in gratitude for tba That Instantly mops th4 ex.rurat1.
'_ ; 'ilcneral Directory.TWITED weight only from 1.5 ounce to 2.5 Nlepce, was hearts are drawn .liars Inflammation and Cur ChngeU<
' ----I." ------- "- ----.-- Most people) have heard of the catacombs and science to invetigat. They have Prussians. Prince Frederick and in sympathy for other for (.I the Lungs Stomarb.Bwel or othe glands or '
I o'. STATES OFFICER* ounces daily. The period was one of severe vestigated, and are frank have Chares same suferr rganii.bv oDd .
.1 weather dl Paris, but few have visited thos their sent him as a present to his Those sakes we allow our names u. AhaUtnateaHpoonfnlinhalf a tumbler of witnillina ,
and the results what admitted the truth of ,
t "J EEHATOBS: prove a statement C.V.. EATON, Ihurston, le" rnro Grain. Rp $n.. 3>arHomach. .
..r. waste of food is incurred in them, or are aware of their vast extent. They claim that ninety per cent disa Princess Charles of Prussia, who put him in Pill, Lozengeand minUt. erolne Si enle3 T. Cha W.Jones, inevitably The Compound is put up .
lon Peuacola stone the of birds where CoUa.fUta-
originally from ; collection Iick IIead.he.
the They were quarries; come originally her own The
; Wilkinson Call winter oats among form. All sold by
sheepfold.
Liquid
I lon Jaclonvile. Te I allow the blcdd to drjgst 1'ncy.and internal ta1Ii. :
and barley now did worst and the material used in building the Cathedral of these inact.e kidneys acid poison: that this become he was treated with all possible kindness. Pills and Lozenges sent by .of

Pint BEBESEXT.TJVEI R. II. M. Daldl.n Quincy. linseed cake did the best of all the foods; Notre Dame the Hotel Cluny, the older ,t uric acid poison in uric the blood carries disease But he was a patriot. The bitter breadof price. -- MALARIAChills i.
DlltrIt-lon -
$ Charles Port the wheat portion the Tuileries and many otherof through exile did not agree with him. He -- -
flower
Dltlctlon DOUlberl being however almostas o every
organ FLICTE .
A}
FOR THE
edifices of Paris in the in GOOD NEWS
Orange. bad any of them. Several of the the public having There is enough uric acid develop few away and reached his home a
1.t.ciBcnT COURT: a been derived from this source. So extensive system within twenty-four hal in the Boulevard Clichy. A Kemnrkable Care 1 and Fever, Fever and
t sheep.during this fell ill and pigeon-house
Fifth Jnda Crlton W. B WO At period some their ramifications that of a dozen men. handed Rheumatism and t'nfarrb.: IBaldwinvio .
lanta,G of them died or were In were This being a scientific: fact,it reiuires only The owner of this establishment Ague Conquered. ,
Y.
L Don APard.e-1ewOrkau.,La.,Circuit slaughter. within the walls more than a tenth authorities and N. .(
lon the third period the head Paris ordinary wisdom to see the effect inactivekidneys him over to the military ,
J Tl incree per Pardee Medicine Co. RADWAFS READY RELIEF
J tIt. is said to have been in of his
service
honeycombed must have the system.If in the
varied from 8 to 14.7 upon he is now once more
S.
M.CaUrTackionrllle.U. Attorney, ounces daily par
Nor ounce manner. It was not till within the poison is not removed,it ruins: every native and doubtless hopes to GgYTLEMxN-AbOut cno year ago Not only cures the patient Kelzed with thin terrible!
and here the wheat stood ths country, dL where
of the
e Ditrlt. become foe to settlers In newly-ettled te'
.' ,. C Blr4).b.Northern District whole highest last 100 years that the quarries have If the bowels, stomach or Ii"er win additional glory in the future.A chilled my blood and was under the Dotor'" Xalartaor AgueextvH,but If people trktJ expo
WI'ot! T Daba and the crushed oats and barley inactive know it at once, of take
) & 1) C. | we for about six months when I had v.Ill, every luornin; on getting out bed.
received the
j. ---- (cc, F.( .llnmphreja,Pentacola,Clerks,Northcm -: lowest.-Dr..John J' served the purpose or name organs help them the kidneys become care twenty or thirty drops of the Kea-ly Relief In a glass
.;.-.,.i. Vl.trict dlt. of catacombs. constipated and out I the warning comes counsel of eight 'physicians and wan or water amiat..say.a cracker they,Iii escape ate."les.
dormant of One. ThH most be done Defore goln out.There
I. TKBXf-KOBTIIEDK IItTKCT: A Fertilizer Hint. Many Parisian churches and cemeteries later on, and it is to late, be- Congregation given up to die. ikon after, a lady is not a remedial atent1l1lhe wield th%'wilt

l 1 .w Jack cn\r.lc! ,Cm Monday December.Tallahassee J. B. S. has have transferred the remains of their dead cuuse the effects are remote from the kidneysand The stories of clergymen who go friend came to see me and told me about cure,"everund. AT and all UADWAVS nther M lannu PU.l-.Billom*.
first Monday in flight, gravelly and poor those are to Le out and her fver.aIdedhv
I '. l'eDacol..1r.t Monday March t'ebraaT. soil which he to seed to wheat to the keeping of the catacombs. These of order organs notsupect through the service for one auditor reminds ymir great Remedy. She said she hit i i J quick aaj AD WAY'S KKADYltELIEft .

-.- .-:' r. COCBT-Northern District: with grass and proposes has salt, lime, plaster and ,arc now under the care. of a regular corps Organs that pre weak and diseased are unable one of a case in Eastern Connecticut. beD cured by it after having the rheti Fifty ceuc
Hon.B 1JTBJC Jackr rmille,Jndj ashes as fertilizer. As the land has l of workmen, who attend to the arrangement to resist the attacks of this poison, and The auditor in this case was a seven years, and that her rheumatism U
)L Tol. te. t. 0 of the bones keep the galleries in the disease often takes the form of and is member of the clergyman'sfamily. cold x
It Jakonvle. S. Attorney.V. never salt lime their i young lady, a was first brought on by a
or in
application I when
C. Marfhal.rhlilp hac treated as a local affliction, realty The Only Genuine)
\ Bid Jackonvle. order and are constantly on the watch He not went through the )
l krk. Eastern DI. may verybenclicial. We advise sow- I the cause of the trouble! was only At this time I was suffering severe pair

./ "Mrion.* J.ckonvUle ing alternate strips with the salt, lime against subsidences of earth, which would I kidneys a .. ., < L entire service for her sole benefit, but all through my body and nor my heart. SMtSAPARILIM BESOLVEHI!
IX-C.VrUsonTAllahttssee, Clerk Mlddln Division. otherwise of frequent occurrence. The I many medical men ot rue present aayhold read to her a notice of a change in the called it "frozen blood.
0 doctors only
an(1jlaster to how That The
Clerk} see they.act. I
,
Purifier,
F.C. Ilnmphreys, Pent acola, Western that The Great Blood
Di have been and what was a fait twenty years ago,
galleries carefully surveyed J time of of the Young'Vomen'sGuid
. is-the only to 'tell-rexperiment foryourel. to the meeting the persuasion of my friend I pros! Scrofula, BI ,1lo" way kidney disease is incurable, acordiug Trough For cure of all chronic dUea**! .
with that of the handed to
TEns: NOr should we bother to mix their course compared medicines authorised by their code. Jiencef which she had hersel a botllo. I found some relief. Seeing .Syphilitic Complaint Consumption. Olanlular -
-
December.Eattern DY\aon-ackoJvle.\ first Monday In ties! 1'il the.bone find ashes, but apply subjacent thoroughfares. Indicating they ignore the original cause of diseae itself him.Wltabury this cure I procured more and was entirely cum .Dlsrasi-Kidney., Uicers.Chroflic llau.l and Liver Rneumattem.Complaint Eryilpelew. flys.
tablets are at frequent intervals and give their attention to useless treating of the Lungs and Throat,purlnaj
I put up p--psla.Affections
1Udd. DIvItlon! -Tallahausee, ITt Monday in separately and in varying quantities by use; and TV hat was m3' surprise and jrln health and vlgot
skilled at of local effects. it the Blood <
that
; can moment -
, so a any
I. : ... ., '.. \\>*tern Division-Pensacola: first Monday in ;; but don't get on more than two barrels -. name the street person, and even the number They dose the y atient with quinine, mor- Natural gas, it is asserted, was used in pleasure at finding that I was not only cur Sold by OruggUt". 91 per Bottle.DRIIRADWAY'SPILLS.

; :. March of salt per acre, and less may be as. of the house which is above phine, or with salts and other physics' hoping China long ago in the mechanic arts, being of my rheumatism, but the ratarrli, which

.' : well. The ashes, if pure and unleache'd, that thus nature may cure the disease, conveyed from natural wells in bamboo had been troubling ir.e for years and had Uo-
SATE OFFICERS his head. Without such knowledge, while the kidneys continue to waste away
4. '. T&1abaaee.! wi contain about six per cent. oiF Jbtash the aid of had loft The Great Liver anJ Stomi ReniJ/
: Goycror-EwArc. Terry. guide, however with inflammation ulcerationand de. aY"- nd pipes and consumed by come very offensive, entirely nw.
a
or competent
'Uorncr.General-*. Cooper. '11.ha e < two per cent. of phosphoric acid; the victim eventually perishes. terra-cotta burners. and For the Tnre of all disorders of the Stomach IJrar.
remedy success,
Wishing
should your every
", : Secretary Stae-obn L. Craw' fine woe betide the ill-fated wretch who Bowel .Klduevs, liladder.NerroiMDlMtase*. LOBS ofAppetito.
t 4 TaUah. pure ground hone contains about The same quantity of. blood that ras es *
Bll-
see. much for double cure, Caitiveness IndiKestion.
-- these thanking you very my Headarlm.
to
venture explore grim recesses.
Comptroller-W. D. Barns, twenty per cent.of phosphoric acid and through the Leartpasses through the kidneys.If lousnpsii. Ffver.Inflammation of the Bowel Film
:: J"r.urer-E H Crl::.'ra\aha'TalahaBe.e. four cent. of Beneath the Hue de I'Abbe de 1'Eppee, the kidneys are diseased,the blood soaks up Men, scch.as U. S.Senator Voorhees, of Indiana I remain, Truly. yours andall deranKementH of the Internal Viscera. PnrIT *-
nitrogen (commonly minerals
Adjuralt-enelal-lnld Lang, Tallal.asiee. py just outside the Ossuairc or catacomb this disease and takes it all through the sys are loud in their pralss of St. Jacob MRS. LUCY llNSO: A vegi-ul! containing no mercury or
called I
.
I ( ,! Lnd, Immigration! 1 animonia). Mixed together in : is seen a tomb in the angle of a tem Hence it is,that the claim is made that Oil 8S an wist mtaneou 4 cure for rhe'imatism, -- d&eteri Price 2.ii.i,1rur.cents per bot. Sold bv all drnziclsU.DYSPEPSIA .
)ltclel, ''alnhaf.ee.upriltcndent equal proportions, we have a fertilizer proper, Warner's safe cure the only known specific neuralgia, sciatica and I her bodily pains. ,
which terrible tradition at- Rochester N. Y.
lntrudlon-A.J. Itnsscll running twrT-p'gf cent. of nitrogen eleven I wall, to a for kidney diseases: cures 10 cent THE mummiEci bodies of five persons-a !

,I (-oniinicc loner of ImmIgration-A. A.Robinson, per cent. j&tosphoric J acid and three percent taches. Here lies Philibert Aspairt, for- of human ailments, because it, and pr man woman and thiej ctiildren-wero recently OEXTS:-I WItS confined t my bod wih' Dr. tlways Pill are a cure for tiu! cimplaiut. -
, TaUauattce. I of the of merly porter of the military hospital of j i is able to maintain the natural activity of thekidneys taken from a cave in the Bad Lands of.lJlikota Inflammatory. Rheumatism for over n week; Tbny! restore stre-nfti! to th"The sumach ant
potash; apply-4his at rate enable it t.' perform IU function symutom.1oi
IfJJEJI COURT. Val de Gre. The hospital lies above a and to neutt aliie and remove the by a miner. Scientific men who have was badly aHlii-ied, suffering froiui Dyni>epsmdiiai>i< arand with thamtha liability of
very
1 Chief Jnstice-Cco. O. McWhorter,TellahssKee. rounds to 2,000 pounds per acre, according the catacombs and from it descends uric acid, or kidney. poison, a fast a it is teen them say tae belong t:a race which existed the system to r mtract dixeasea. Take the medicine
1 r Associate Juetice* P. Itancy, ; I I to your purse, and you should portion of forme :2,txxi year.ago.Everybody's severe pnins in my chest, it was guing t Jiiyf according tn directions and observe What we Mr i a

U.1 ran Valkenbargh! -,Jack ou\Ue T"lahaEe get results that will please The one of the seventy staircases of I I acid is not removed,there is inactivity friend, heart. OuTlmiS'lny the 15th Il'omrel"O "Jf'alae tud True respecting diet.
you. is
WAY ACO.
f .. rcBLio LANDS-U. S.Lande. I bone and ashes should be composted and which we }have spoken. In an evil hour I the kidneys,and there will be producedin but Ked Star companion Conga Cure nobd"s ev ryl 0 Iy's uiing Dr. I'ardeu-'s Rheumatic{ Remedy at IJ-Ssnd..No. Z-t a Mtrr Warren stamp Htreet toflit., New RAD York for

the ill-fated porter took it into his head I the system I aralysis, apoplexy, dyspepsia the Board o'clock and the 17th "1 aloe and Trno."
Land. office Gainelm -H C. Tucket,Register. kept moist for two or three months be- heart disease, headache t, friend. Prof. Giothe, of Brooklyn J' sr., on Saturday .
" STATE I fore using, so that the potash will cut and to make voyage of discovery in the cat- : consumption, pneumonia and all of Uealh cndors-s it a pr.mpt. safe and 'a able to'all all over tho house, and have *.BE.HUKE() SET RADWAY'S.PISO'S

.. Land office, TaUIee-c L.XD L. Mitchell, Com soften the bone. We should dri this in, acombs. On November 3, 1793, lie de-I the nr.meless es 1mptncy I Pice, twenty-five cents a bottle. since continue I to toimprovc.aml take pleasure N.r.-io -

missioner. + and broadcast and harrow in salt and scended the winding stair. Lantern the poisonous matter is separated from THE Japanese government has sent an official in i'orom u tending it to all who are a'tticteJ
hand he entered that awful labyrinth, and blo.as fast a it is formed; these diseases, to Norway ft'idv codfisUeries, the
t .
COUNTY OiFICEns plaster, though broadcasting for both may he back. How he lived of cases, would'not, exist. preparation o( ,etc., in that country,the object with the terri.I. disease. CURE FOR ,
be better.-Farm and Garden. never came: long It only requires a I article of small-pox being to develop I In se industries in Northern EDW. l WILIUNS, ] CURES WHERE ALL ELSE (AILS. oV

t.; C'onnty Clerk of.Jul&n: : Icb3rt Tork. or how he died; how long his feeble lan- virus to produce that \ile disease, and thepoisonous Japan,where large numbers cod appear J No. 5 Knst Maple! J j Best Cough Syrnp. Tastes good.. Ueein

'berla-J. \V. lolrt-I.| "The Carious in Dairying." tern kept alight, or for how many hours mat'er from the kidneys, j assingall at certain seaon"Slp't Dr.FanWs Street time. Sold by druggists.CONSUMPTION

:: t.or-\\. ('. WaIuriht! An Ohio or days he may have wandered in darkness through the system and becoming lodgedat in the Bud!" Ask your dmgg t Ktttiiedy
L *1'm: { farmer says in the New York ere different weak points, is equally destruc- owl take no other. Price $1 ler> bottle; sh
'olecor-J. Jlrnt' his
end sufferings
Ti-tfuiiie One death put an to Sad to say, many a good th'n attains to ,
wrinkles
'
-II.V. Dowling : comes across "queer -live, although morn disguised. bottles, *r>.
0. ('OUI.t Coinmhisionere7.Vlikovskl, M. I..McKiuwir. I *' in dairying; some of them really arc among the secrets of the cat aI If it were possible for us to see into the other nothing hand more it than is a a fair beginningUn for igratulation: the I }!AINISVILLE, N. J., )

t: V. M. It Bcus-'ley 1 ,John S.Andrews and 11. have a "scientific" side, but the operatorsfor I combs. For eleven years his fate was kidneys and Low quickly the:'blood j assiug that,the growth of mater so.no evil things may be J'ardee MeHene Co., HO'bel.r. N. Y. October 15, 1886. )

m'th the life of them I I I not even known; but on Apri 30, 1804, through them goes to the heart and lungs another also promptly frustrate I. A large proportion i
CITY OFFICERS. can give no reason of rarts of the system, carrying this of the cases of the most wide-sj.read; and fatal E. T. HAZELTIXF,
for their ice. One she always j some workmen exploring course of -have their
pract lady says deadly virus with it. all would believe with- diseae- Incep
.
4. Mayor-T. A. puts a pint of cold water in the cen- I their duty some of the less used passages, out hesitation what has so often been statedin catnrrb. Dr. Sag-'s "Warrcm Ta.Dtnr
1 J\Ilht. human skeleton. Flesh and, Remedy is pleasant soothing and effectual. Sir:
Wa-Khal-r. came a in these columns that the
tre of each milk UpOl .
when she "sets it ad\'ertisement
Try It has cured thousands. All drugg.sts.
Cicrk-it. I.SiuUkunn.a pan ; clothing had alike crumbled into dust, kidneys are t important organs in the .I. I was taken with a very
| I II <
Twi u Tr-B. II.Join why she does not know, but she always _ _ _
T. ills.. has i but the buttons of the coat remained and body.They A of Clicster, III. has severe cold last Spring,
l'jtv.\torny- good luck getting m-am. Now thereis regard ths article an advertisement RESIDENT a pet crow
Richard. J. M.Traby,Tate ; these and the bunch of that may as and tried cure we
C i by : keys lay that talks quite as well as any parrot. FOQUTERllIgbfit every
science is
I'owcll,J. M. Johu, more about this than appears on I and refuse to believe it, but that j
L AlvHt.I ; beside the it identified beyond had in the store and could
the corpse, was a matter over which we ha\e no control. ,
-- _. surface. Milk contains more or less Nervous deb.llty.in either sex, however in-
I doubt as that of the unfortunate Careful investigation and s-ienco itself are duceil and get no help.
albuminous inatterwhich makes it slightly ,speedily,thoroughly permanently Awanfa of Jfobh I. Europe u4 r
Philibert I proving beyond a doubt that this organ is, cured. Add/ess, with 10cents in stamps for A. I had or village doctor
I Aspairt.wA
A WASHINGTON correspondent has "sticky." In some instances thi.is 'ie! andbouk of World's The neatest quickest safest an I most powerful
very in ( more important Van! any other Lathe reply particular. Dispensary known for KhetimatUm.l'l for but
act me, kept
remedy prescribe
this gossip about General and Mrs. marked, and amounts to pronounced vis-_ m as a heath regulator, and as SU h Medical Association, OW Main stret, Buffalo. I Lumbago. Backache. Wtakni s*. . Right Treatment of Horses. should be for the least signof N. Y.Srisixru. and all nches and pains. Kmlora-d: hy 5.WW Pbysl-' getting worse. I saw another
I
cosity. Water is solvent of it and the closely ,
a !
Sheridan: "The General is a very clans and Dru n'its' of the hiK'i'-st' rppute. Bensons physician from Port
addition of Horses are not cowardly. They are simply disordered action. hotel for promptly and cure where other
cold
water makes the ____ __ men are praying a big war Ilast.r J1".ve
pure
quiet unassuming little man, rather milk get more fluid and enables the,but- nervous and easily excited. Once j n in.Europe to Keep people ome.A are absolutely and grcjsv melem.salvf Itcware llnlim-im of Imitation and lotions under Jervis, N. Y.. and he told

thik-set but well knit i appearance. ter fats to rise with more resistance, and taught that an object will not injure A Physician's Experience in Persic. Printer's Error. Blm lar" sounding' names" such a* fapslmm." "I'.ip- p me he used I'iao's Cure for
ucln. "Capxlelne. ft* are utterly
I in his
the and hence the better cream. The cooling effect them, they care nothing more about it. Sweet are the uses of ntircrsif, the printer'scopy and 11ten.le,1 to d.lv.tlicy A 't FOR BE worhlEA 450 Consumption prac
.e steady eye military At last, in a remote suburb, we came to said, but he set it up. sweet are the uses TAKK ?OTHERS. All (IrilgjIsU.SEABCRY !. : .
; -be'aring of a soldier and is of the water at the centre of the They will stand fearlessly the beating of the house of the A fellow of mh erlisin Sweet, indeed, to those who &JOHNSON. Proprietors,New YorkOA tice.I 4
a very ragged bottle and
milk might aid more than one would j drums, the puffing of the locomotive, :"Jl in sickness and suffering have seen the advertisement bought a ,
.
i : genial And cheerful in I the door-keeper, at us. super of tome sovereign remedy,which before I had taken all of it '
,man society. think possible. The only effect would the rattling of ('ar or any other sound up Ii A.W N
I followed the on trial has brought them from
I guide though
S What i. most noticeable about the I be that of making the milk more limpid, naturally terrifying to animal If the I dlously. "The bc t thing 1 ever saw in eeath's was ..t Nursery ofPERCHERON there was a change for the
-: trainer shouts them and beats I to give the usual invitationto the advertisement of Dr. Pierce's 'Go'denMedical better. Then I got my employer ;
I at
and would ,
1 is, there is an utter absence not be objectionable, but the enter. Through the vast house we Eisco\err.".is again and again the HORSES. to order
of airs and frills fuss and feath question comes up, would there not be them at first sight of that which causes went bare for caravanserai. testimony of those who have ben healed by a quantity
fear will after be unsafe enough -a it of lung disease,bronchial affections of the medicine and keepit
about they ever except tumor
more if the
:, ers. In manner he is the conventional milk were certainty put in can-pails cream risiDg set in. perhaps: in the hands of the same i i and big cuoiurh too. At last we reached ulcers flesh is,liver he r.complaint aid the ills to whch I 200 Imported Of Bro)[are. in stock. I took one
empty-room. There
'. I' man of the world with nothing about tanks of cold water, and the lower uni brutal driver. They may be controlled I an was no carpet, no more bottle, and my Cough
of I THE annual't roduct of maple sucrnr in the I
LARGE
sign ehair or flung myself NIJIIUEUS, cured.
4 him t suggest .the General of tlje for temperature of the milk secured? when young in any'place'and under allcircumstances the raided window feat.ledge, astonished upon and United tats estimated at 40000.000 pounds. All Ags.both Sexes, was
if in their JJespectfully, ,
: army. There ara lots .of lieutenants I Another curious custom lately came to' early training.) I I indignant; for discourtesy is rare indeed (;old Mines FllASK McKELVY. '
that of the they have been made to rely on the voi< I
and captain iu -uho put on my knowledge- washing out I I in Persia. The guide disappeared; there Are very uncertain property: for every paying;
socety. butter with sweet skim milk, as it did calmly used of the driver. Once a trickis mine a hundred exist that do no' pave But if

.. more airs in a miute than little Phil I not give the butter a 'fiat" taste like that acquired it is never for otlnanl oncea I! was hum of a a dead silei or c.a.', only blue-bottle.broken by Time the you you wr will te receive to Hallett&free Co.,particulars Portland Maine, P SO'S CURE FOR

Sheridan ever d d in all his life. To imparted when water was.used. If old horse ha!runaway he is ever thereafer'' on wasp at length I became impatient the'r new business tul xrn how some abut CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.

the 1 or butter be washed out with unsafe, except under the driving anexpert passed ; alc made over &O in a sinele day at it. You can Beet Cough Syrup. Tortesgood. Use
.t' see great cavalryman out at an | strong and then he is always and began) to shout at the full live at home and earn fJom. $.> to2 and upwards in time. Bolt]by druggists.CONSUMPTION.
it dissolves and liberates
; evening reception in evening dress, I ulpll'as.ant. pitch of my voice. Thereupon the guide per day wherever you located. <>
some of the elements, notably acids, that Both sexes; all ages. Capital not required; =
chatting with a bevy of beauties returned precipitately. "You imisn't do you arestirted free, Feid address, and E
.t or refreshing -\ the in-butter. I Many persons suppose horses understand your a--
cause cluingc suspect this that," said he, ") wake the lord!" all will be proved t you. =
the inner man with modest churned old spoken language. The probability 'ou'l
lady very or sour cream '
) 1 '
"Please heaven
I I Hoy hoy! Theservant's ,
ration of would and the sweet milk takes out the elements is they do not. The language: of the If you are suffering from Chronic Couch ;
oysters, one 'he
suppose and Voice
manner changed, Bronchitis or Loss of Dr.
proceeded Astlfma
c wrought by the chemical action of horse is more by signs than by \oi(' Kilmer's Cure Consumption OU % .
him to be a colonel on leave ( to conduct me to the holy man's ( FOR THEIHONEST
d probib1 souriiM1, and leaves the butter with They, however, Ulh'rtle tones and will Ye qiiekly-remove the cause and. SOO to 400 IMPORTED '

: fresh Of all the flavor not influenced by these objectionable :- signs pelfl'ct\ can : so to do. sordid.apartment The, a saint plain room and almost in cure. ret -2Tic.,r.and 1.0 from' Fnc.all recorded The with Pcrcberon ANALLY is the only draft I II !

magnates here, Sheridan figures least features. The thing that all authorities It is tOie, that should be was polite enough If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr.Isaac Tomn breed of France Dk. g a stud book that has the I k L In amounts of
e I his speech; but he did not rise on hisvisitor's Bon's Eye-water. Druggists sell at 25c. support and endorsement of thE French Go".rent 13 830 to 850O.on
in the Since his promotion to now say makes butter bad cultivated in training horsesand, in fact, btte I Send for Catalogue,
papers. did offeracushion I 1opac lusrton B One to Ten time.
entrance, nor he even RovAl GLUE'mends anything! Broken Chi. years
,; his present rank his whole conduct I (caseine) has not been got out of the butter all animals, and these tones shoule always I to the infidel doctor. Now to na, Glass, \'o-e1 Free Vials at Drugs & Gro Uoaeu. M.W.DUNHAM, 'Our new plan available to
I
Wayne, i "all
be DuPage ,
and, with the decomposing low. Hence the the Co..lnl.I burdensome to none. State
here hal been marked by, a quiet, un- ltte'remainin whip should be used stand would be to put myself in the position I If a cough disturbs your sleep take Piso One 'amount you can safely use,also
c seine sugar, be principally as sig- Cure for Consumption and rest well. Agent(Merchant only)wanted In every town for and occupation. The System In
of
VLtrusiveaess and freedom from ostentation sooner hastened on its road to questionable nals; the voice to indicate action or in a servant or a supplant; so I Iage ,with 'rms,etc.. Free on re-
flung myself at full length car ceiptofstanip. answered. .
postals
: that was not shown of flavor and low action. The should "whoa'' or upon
by some consequent price. later I. BUTLER
the MedicineEverybody Sec'y
,
i pets. Hereupon holy man pretendedthat
t his predecessors. He bears the honorsof Had this lady churned oftener, and used "ho," to stop; to back up; a his want of civility had been unintentiona1 Spring [Bradford Bloc. Cor.RUth A Vlny.ICIBCUTRAXZ -
less acid she would have found cluck to indicate going forward "get ,Olilo
cream ;
needs and Ihould tike a good spring
f his exalted rank with the Then doctor his Your
modestyof the saw pa- "Tanlls Pnch" 5c.cigars are going off like
on" indicate
that salt and water is everyway superiorto or "go on, to increased medicine for two reasons: hot they shall be well adver _
raes
a great leader of men, and attends sweet milk as mi aid in butterwashing. speed, and "steady" to slow up. In this is, a piece of her. A young lit. The body Is now more susceptible t benefit tsId. WM. t'.H.STKPHENSOS..Buffalo,N.Y. I -.
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.. strictly to the duties cf his position. It is always safe and more profit the emphasis i is always to be on the Lit lady thrust a plump arm out from undera from medicine than at any other season. Address' It. ". TA $II. &CO., Chicago. |i na. Kit MER'S that Cold, Cough

1 Mrs. Sheridan who is able to let the consumer judge about the"flat" word when more than one is used. large "lil Then, taking care that 2d. The Imparities which have accumulated la the DR. HAIR'SASTHMA and Tfodjjjg,n th Thr< t!
a of w
daughter
nought lips should be visible, she blond should b expelled and tho system given ton t Arrest thatCatarrbBron-
in butter than There is however no objection to
taste to ,
General Rucker of the try tdforcc out her A and strength before the prostrating effects of warm chitist or Asthma. Title
quite
put prescription was
army tongue.
i upon him a flavor: he has learned to avoid. talking to horses. They like to hear the weather are Remedy relieves qtrickly,
as much of a-favorite in society a the The market is drifting toward sound of the human voice. The first written and I retired, having been well fcltHood's k Cares permanently. It
strongly at crowd of veiled Sarsaparilla S prevent* Decline, XiKh&Sweat
laughed by a women *
GeneraL fresh-made butter frpm thing a colt should be taught is to know Has and death from CoB
slightjy absolutely tens a- ** ptl a.
acid cream, wa.hcd churre.1 from butter" his name, and to come promply at the who James's formed Gazfttf.the hadjis seraglio.-St. I the best blool.spring It medicine sharpens for thy everybody.appetite. Itpnrlflcslhe tonestb.dlgestlon. C.. U R-E sand Treatment,. The known cur to the Cr otU Ino intMT.rrFrepnred Bin.ati hamton>.- *nja,N.Y.>

milk with,weak brine,' and salted not calLr Give them something they like-a I world that will.positively.jpTman'ntlvcur3 mec / :
t It overcome* debHr. 1 luUt. up ma and Hay YeT Unquestionable 5AvtYoutlFt.olrFiiljt3tt:
., 3 A NOVELTY ladies' dress has been exceed half lump of or a slice of carrot when or. evidence
I a ounce to the pound. the whole Try It this spring. will be found In my M.pao"Treatise sent free. :
brought out at the sugr will learn what lsem lilt. K. \Y. HAIR, W.4th ..Cincinnati O.
they soon
pro-cathedral Melbourne -' .-;; V The Milkmen of Naples. "Hood's Sarsaparilla gave me new life and restored : !
? thc call means and be to me my wonted health:>ndstrenrto."-WILLIAM -,
Australia, and the originator; Fattening,Pig on Pasture.Ariotionyrcvails .?-' eager obey. t PercheronHorses.
ti is .*- talk'* to. them while stroking the In review of )Ir. Lee Meriwether'sbook J.CLOCOH,Tllton, N. II. a PAINS HOP PLASTER. .
the Ten I
Rv J. E. Bromby, the clergyman pigs cannot be AN D Clean and never.fslingpvepsed I
'k- tat I I patting: the shoulder. Horses espccially "Tramp Trip, the Cincinnat Tones and Strengthens"When I from the virtue of frelx hop bal-
? officiates there. nothing fattened unless cl up in a pen. like scratched C&mmertinl-Gazdte As Large and VCHES.1 gam and hemlock gum Death to.
:
I i being slightly un says sup- c1mplet
mik In the spring I felt all run down and debllItatod .
stock of
." more nor less than a suplce for the I Along in September, as soon as corn is der the mane. pled direct from the cow in Naples, the I found Hood's Sarsaparilla just the medicine lions and mares of all pain.rhemfiMiam Paiii.whenapplicdtobaa.b..i'aj.nay ,neuralgia strains, ..uuimtuclea |

-. ..\ ladies i the choir who supplement the large enough be fed t them the pig In to the saddle the reins are regards the milkmen as exceptional to build me up. My wife also, after much 0 awarded axes. Over my 175 rlzt ,female. Soothes weakness and,sore chest,all sudden Iabarppaimi. '

'- of the must be cnne i a stuffy little l not to be used to the horse about, types of innocence. But mark the discovery physical prostration found In Its use new life anl four years. All italllonsguaranteed *weak purU. SBo.,0 for wonderfully tl.OO everywhere.itrengtblen !
:i singing pul
3- men and boys. The I 'her tey.cot gt a sniff of fresh air and particularly if be a sharp curb. of this sharp-eyed observer: lasting benefit. Upon our little girl,who had been Full-Hoot breeder stock- Mailed freo. HOP PLAflTEB cOEo.ton. :

.t Church of England Me.Ismgr on or green grass. is a unnatural and The hand is to be raised for galloping "I happened," he relates, "that when 11,1 with scarlet fever.Its effect was mar.lous entirely recorded with pedigree
removing the poison from her blood ant In Ferrhcro.i '
I unreasonable AnimaU atu 1
._ the spot having criticised the innovation had the 'ter. t have and.to be lowered in trotting, and the came across my cow-men one day he restoring her t good, health.."-E. O. STBATTON. books. guarantee to Ptao's Remedy for Catarrh Is the '

i adversely, Mr. Bromby f a:pas" bridle is to be swerved against one or the was milking for an Italian. I was surprised Bwampscott Ma.Hood's. low"eiLt-clas.or lower than stock any a* Beat,Easiest to Use,and Cbeapwt.C .

the prenche summer, cannot be .content tht' other side of the neck in turning. With when I saw the Italian suddenly Importer In the U.S Station F.nslnore.on SuteI
-V o subject. The following OntralK.R. \V. A .
Sarsaparilla JOHN
a suddenly deprve.bJ > pj io bit, when the horse is going at 'ease, step up and squeeze the cow-man's arm, i'. U. If ox 36. Mriplo N. Y. ATA R R H

ti extract from h sermon: "It cannot cob : ; r isj&re to be more restraint used thanj1a and still more surprised when, as a result, Bold by all druggists. $1; six for $5. Prepared
flesh.. I think the : by C. L HOOD &CO.,Apothecaries. Lowell.Mass. on James RI"erVa.ln Claremont "
L L Rented: that, considering the extraordinary : t so the mouth of the horse I saw a stream of water spurt from thecowman's FARMS'olonv. Circular free Alan rood for Cold In the Head,
_.z- nated in enough 100 Doses One Dollar J. F..HANCHA.Claremont Headache,Bar Fever,Ac. so cent*.
caprices of fashion i the matter t.1 'd" may felt. Especially in thesaddle I sleeve. I mentioned this accident VaBla.r'8 -

r of female attire it would away from t must the rider understand the to the American Consul, who told P'.lls Great English Gout and I WILMAM8'
offend the the ttauTmTotiien. This -.
tasto'to on fe science of equitation. The grip of the me that it was quite a common trick. COCKLE'S Rheumatic Remed. PILES 'Indian Pile Ointment
E4 see the simple uniformity of separation occurs Oval Box, 81.0O t round, 5O I will cura any ease of Itch --
fattening saddle be the The Cow-men of *
miyst by thighs. legs keep a bag water under their .Ing Bleedinsr. Ulcerated
t lurHce'men and boya disturbed by time. The advantage gibed In way and heels (convey the signs of what the coats, letting it down into the milk ANTI-BILIOUS OPIUM and toJU Morphine liefer Habit cured In 13 rilri. Cllif UTAItAMThED.or Pro Pee tr.din u. ,

.v intrusion ofthe, grotesque and daily may removal sometimes ec the loss occasionedby lore is to do, in connection with the through a rubber tube concealed in the PILLS In&days parti ln.MABSH.SJUIU-yMlch t itiiipatienucur,4 paid.for Piles*84.40.only. ('Price Physicians'per box.jars 50e.by and express I. Soil pre it ,

fJ changing frm .ad thus give rise and the or whip should sleeve. When detected he to 88 day. by drjgguu, or mailed on receipt of price bv the na-s
never his a Samples worth
of the mil spur shrugs '1.5J FRE
.
4.' '.- liner. inventon better Pa, then, oi to! the floor notion is tat just the thing for fa on. aplank be used except to punish a horse or to ex- shoulders and says nothing.:0." THE GREAT ENGLISH BEMED! 15 Lines B&jtwsTKa's not under SAFETY the Rita borne'HOLDER.feet.HoUY.Ha.1 Addreat .__%__s_ILLIAMs_ _ -.11 F'El CO. -Cleveland.---- Ohio. 5'

cite him to some extraordinary exertion. For Liver. Bile Indigestion etc. Free from Mer
: i j the difficulty could there than pigs. cury; contaIn only Purl Vegetable I pAT E N TS Obtained. Send stamp for HARTSHORN'SBEST
a b t dlent Inventor
: Agent: C. New Glda
.1 i d'f a. cothe the female members of the Again there is a breed (( glad liii ": A Precocious Musician. A Bad Custom.It J.awyer.Waahington, C L lU)1

; in choi now almost extinct) J never be] t
: ., ecclesiastical vestment of tat 'Lillie Stuck the
-1' ,
a a fattened unless they are ringed, hamstrung fourteen-year-old Ie a bad custom when physicians'

; I suitable type a should harmonize well and tied down, for they are daughter of the State Librarian, composed prescriptions are discontinued by 3)pa-

: wit the surroundings of their position, land-sharks by nature as well ient.able a 4 the words" and music of a "Slum- I tent to store away the remnants in vials did the Womenof
>er Song. Her music teacher advised boxes. Why
L and at the came time not destroy that name, and will root themselves down tej her to allow him to and Preparations carefully -compounded FRAZER AXLE
publish for special and
distinctive bristles and bones if given space enougn rearrange cases conditionsmay
gracefulness of attire it, a he said it was so intricate, so become absolutely
t in which to do it. In times when injurious by lapseof
.-,* .*' -which their sex entitles them?" t delicate, and so difficult of rendition time and under IN TUB WORLD :
Three certain
bred (?) was the prevailing circumstances, i-Iet(no lieflUins. aold.torerywltere.O .. .
joung ladies in surplices, edged black, it was quite likely to cause that ordinary singers could not do justice some artices! change their character by this country use over thirteen million cakes of -a----

4 .----. and cnpn of college style have the farmer to think that a hog to it. She declared she would not being kept in small quantics. There arc by mall or p.r.oosl7. ,

i-: | and form a beDphotgaph& could not be fattened while a10'e any have made the it sor changed, saying she had a few simple preparations which may be Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 .? .4L.izci.rW.G.CHAFFU.Oaw.ioiI.4:

goup-re degree of freedom. But, as said unusually difficult for a purpose. kept in the house, though even of these 4 -v-. -51'

., miding have before, we have now gotten out of this Then she sent it to Adclina Patti, sign the fe ver kept the better. But of all Buy a cake of Lenox and understand fHUflSTOH'SSITOOTHPOWDEfi
soon
I- .: likeness of the Princess ing an assumed name. A few you ,'i why.
Wales days
i her kind of stock, and a a natural consequence ago ting injudicious, among the most so i is '.
k. she heard from Madame Keeping Teeth Perfect and Hums ,.
diploma Patti's private Health -
costume we want to get out of this way to one person, without medical
Tip: of swine. A secretary that the divwras singing the : advice the medicine to Soldiers ft Heirs. Senclitamp
:t managing our respectable prescribed for .
f J S It is estimated that the material contaiiied well bred pig will moern.rot his "Slumbr Sons". irjj-Vts in the West. other. It would seem in some families an \'E i i' P e nsions for HAil.circular Atfy,.Waahington.COL.U 1WW U$>-- *' 4

t .m in the Chinese wall would build flesh off if he is fed in satisfying quantities I -PMladelpk I_, that the members consider themselves as I S L ICKE R4L. ltDllILIllnbItCured. Treatment tent on trK*" 4

I I'M .,w a wall around the world six feet high a fattening pigs out West usually The Am jf jmtcturer thinks residuary legatees, entitled to appropriate BU\\ ? -'! ""' HUMASB BEMEDY Ctt, LXayelt.s, li '

r ,and two feet tck Its cost probably 01. In fact has been clearly demon- blocks all the remainders of the doses prescribed IOD f | WEWANTYOUI aflv.ergeta
L ., w strated that he Ion may yet3e used with advantage for with tht abonTKADB D'WDOTonarorrbbreot or womsa a.ed.g. -
TeFSDBRNjUCn
equal -) ;all the 100,000 -i take on fat much for city street a relative by a physician after his visits t is VT profitable employment to reprkMnt a* In v
$ :- ttiles of railroad CKce United faster if allowed room exercise and paving instead of are MUl Askiorthe 'FISH BRAND" cueuB and take no other.dr your storekeeper> county. Salary*7i per month and xpenvea. or .-,.
.:., StateLLii. a I I stoneorwood. dicoD\inued.-PMladchia Ledycr. not have the"n5"BIHITD',send for descriptive cotsloro t A.J.TOWKR,2 Simmons St.,Bomon Ma'a large commiMlon on Hie If prefeina. Wooditaplat *Jf
avery one bnya. Outfit and ptu-Ucnlon FreV. '- 'Vt
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