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Title: The Starke telegraph
Physical Description: 2 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Moore & Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Bradford County Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 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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i ,authority} gives the consumption of : --- STARKE, BRADFORD- CO., FLA. APRIL 16, 1887. 1 t VOL. VIII. NO.- 4J." -.


corn as follows: 180,000,000 I MOMENTS.Oh ;- : L (ii
bushels
course said
, .. Cabot aloud. To himself he .. 1 ',
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of this '
ing .
arc used for human food, 624,000,000 for there added: "The fellow is a bigger muff than question, which was even 1 r by these pestiferous 1 s 4 ..,..k- -4
) a in harder codl
moment manV mortal than the previous be I REV. DR. TALMAGE. anoyac
one answered .
sweetness out"bf tKa woula
I
;t.. animals I i years. thought. However he is t The Lord sent the I can get wMc
,
: working 20,000,000 for seed, When and I will him a good fellow, lie could not collect his thoughtsas !: These horet may also I otherwise irritate and annoy. ._ .

100,000,000 for the production of spirits : for an instant. tht which long has Ins kinsmen help swear that they are quickly a his older daughter did, come in s shape of bunt irittoDI missionary told me that a company of ar

ln just to see how many gullible however. Before her father could frame THE BROOKLYN. DIVINE'S SUN There a men he ventr rowing up the Ganges were : '.
and glucose, 65,000,000 for export, and Beyond reach, fools there are in the world." a reply, Olive said DAY SERMON. and Sept 24, without log their balance t by flies that infest that region at -
ou on ,
for the food i a sudden found "How will determinedly: who I have seen the earth strewed
900,000,000 of meat-produc In you have the ? In a every day" by little era sn
smallest money "I think it would
thg be well to let the of .
slain bisect
and men by an
blot
we hold bonds real manners, or a th c
cmp' or estate? asked aoyac cerk's i
ing animals. unbounded girl have some voice in such to for .
Te one small minute's "or .Jenning a matter. I on a or tie extravaganceof noyances. only way get prepared -
:c. space, a happy combination of think that the characters of the two men Subject: Stinging Annoyances." a partner who account, ort tho great troubles of life is t conquer te .
i Vivisection is not an issue in this country And "If you are really in earnest, I would ought to be taken into consideration. I underselling overW rival, or small tuble What would you say
world within the hollow of our hand prefer a little of Ixrth." of business confidences in load his gun,or to go
TEXT rf t
in ; don't believe : The Lord thy G"d send the
: as England. Our people take it A of any girl would want a man tLl wh into the '
i music in one word of love, "}[eet me at the Suffolk Bank tomorrow who could hornet.11-Deuteronomy vii., 26. the- the mating of some little cfct bU it was only a skirmish .' ,
sell his .
that A She'd. bad debt which going to expend L
for scienl ific world of was -
granted love in your s
men would
not one at ten and gandfather. ain n "
.' A quick wordless look. I wi turn the 'tin' over be more apt to see in I sm if the insect world w da. judgment,just please smet y It is my ammunition o a skirmish: .
torture an animal unnecessarily and un-I. world of thought in one, translucent to you. It i is an that will suit you, the one who didn't consider qualies the t war against the human r f not the panics tht t kill the m rht> ls.Panics wait until there cm a general _, r. E

justifiably. But in England there is phrase, I suppose, as you are a man of leisure?" only thing worth having." money every year attacking the grain and come only onc ten or years. I is fngent. and you will s" -
a A orchards and the The Colorado the constant of I and battling I _
.j world of The hour vieyad ewrynluy .
and annoyances a.
Wt
society composed of influential peons f, A memory in on mournful chord' the whole tenor of the There was no mistaking the significance beetle, the the New which d te of our bcstmerchants will dol The General say to such a .

whose work is to the world of sorrow in one little song. proposition suited Cabot to a nicety; so of Olive's tones, or of her flushed Jersey locust, the universal potato destroyer, into nervous s dyspepsia JY and paralysis m "It.are not faithful in a skirmish, .. ,
prevent torturing of Such moments a mans ; divine the next day the transfer was made, Jennings face. Dr. Randall loved his children so seem t carry on the work which w begun and the crave. When ournational yell w nothing in a general engage ?
animals scientific I holet. th ages when the insects buzzed out of NOah'sarkasthedoorwasopened. flat its face cm ment" And I have to tell 0 "
by investigators. Leading And first-sown seeds of receiving, in lieu of a given sum of saying to : "Max is at heart ago merce fel on thee men-L you Christian ':
eternity. himsel a and ;but their life is giving men.if you cannot apply of '
"; journals are antagonizing the establishment to money the a receipt for "all right and title gentleman," i spite of his extraction; In my text the hornet flies out on its m way aodeft uder sw\ .the pestiferous Christ's religion on n small te prcple you wl '. .
se.
of an addition to the College of possession of the late Colonel Henry perhaps was good blood on sion. It is a specias of wasp, swift in it anoyac The the hornet never b able t apply a .' 0. .
A Grandfather For Sale. Cabot and the late Judge Frederic Cabot, mother's side." he pretended to hs a motion and.violent i its sting. It touch i I in the hon some of my rede.If l
f {Surgeons lest it be used for experiments formerly the possession Edgar Cabot, jest of the whole matter and answered true to man beast. have a congregation that their annoyances are multiplying I had my way with von I would have
" in.vivisection. and to all honors rank : sn cattle ru bellowing from the cut and that they have a hundred'here you all possible worldly prosperity. I ".
.'. glory, etc., which "Ah, Max, you see wht a minority I its lancet I byho we used to stand they have TtJ naturalist tellsus p1 you each one a -
all may accrue from the ownership of the am in! My wife agrees with cautiously the globular nest I u wasp t tn Mis a flowing through it, grve< .
fwuof
i .The head of one of the great New York quote'lis 'er well for you, Cabot, to same." Olive, and even Pauline echoes her, so I hung from the tree branch, and'while we I twenty thousand smetie wasps. ad .t d( a the sides, and the grass and flowers as beautiful S
firms remark about rank being A few days later Cabot were looking at the if of yo hf brel a though the rainbow had fallen. would
t dry goods was asked the other day proposed the daro,not dispute a word she wonderu pb every annoyance y a
only the ginea's stamp. You know as name of Maxwell as a member the says. covering we were wt million. By the'help of Gc to-d ty I want lmveyouahouseasp1endidmimionandtho f .,
f; if he could give any idea of the yearly well as I the social guinea-here West End club very Max looked pleased, and Mrs. Ranral sent u shrieking away. hornet goes in to show:you the other sd be hornet i of bed should b cver with upholstery dipped
in Bostonof excusive to which be be- positively beamed on her It over hundreds, and no useO, yes! naturaliststell in the I would have
; iggrcgates of the bills of his heaviest all places-must be swarm h cpt u sttg sn. -evr
before will stamped longed. At this proposition there was fancy! feelings of all when Max twenty of thm attg one m w they a very important j o.. tbo world's hall in your house set with ;
customers. Twenty-five thousand dollar it go into circulation. Society some demur, and Cabot quietly said to said: produce cr deth Te I economy; they kill spidery tend they 'clear statuettes, and then I would bve.t fair :. .
. strongly resembles retail trade in this of the atmosphere and I.realbelieve Godsends of the in ', *
the globe
-i he said, one woman had spent with one one objectors: "The most singular part of. the whole attempted Choia ; quarters pour .
particular. Let me offer the elephants and the the annoyances of rur life upon on and you should have forks of ,
of "I know
a the tbt.
Jump what fellows you
him within a twch.cIonth, and several to you are thinking affair is" this: One of my-of old Tom which the Persians rode were assaulted by the us to kill the spiders of the and to clear ad of inlaid with I
= purest gold any small dealer as payment of. You fancy that Max has nothing but lejinings's friends heard of this bargain hornet, s that the whole army was brokenup the atmosphere of our ski.*ru Th.'s annoyances {llmond amethysts.gold yon should '
; others had grown jworer to the extent of for the goods I have bought of him, his money to back him for admittance between Cabot and me, and put me in the and the besieged city was rescued. This are sent on us, 1 thmkfto wake in up of you have the finest hor ani -

I $20,000 or $15,000. Thirty thousand and he would at once sy{ he'd rather here, but you are mistaken. I happen to of proving that Tom Jennings bung and noxious insect stung out the from ou lethargy. There -s nothing that vour pick of the equipages of word .
have the dirtiest bank-note in way and Canaanites from their makes a man s lively a a vest of ".P !ow Then ,I have you live a
cutr.
town than know-know woul hundre
dollars is not unheard of mind you-that he can adopted me in earliest out of "
the price of my infancy What the gleaming sword and jackets, and I think that these and "j
a wa annO.lnlar you
: the dress and toilet of my"unstamped metal; wouldn't he?" claim lawful ownership in his excellency, an orphan asylum,where I tad been placedby could not accomplish was done by the puncture itnde to persuade usof the fact that have a pain yer or a uti the last no. c '-'.
equipments "
an extravagant cnI, suppose he would. If we were the late Judge Cabot. He has papers in mother just before death. She of a int The Lord sent the horet i world for u tj stop in. If we "Not each one of u you say. Yes

j city's extravagant dames. in a more primitive state of existence the his possession which prove it." was in consumption and as her last few My frends, we are assaulted b had bed of everything the was attractiveand each one of you. "Not to your enemies?" _
yellow metal it trouble-great behemoths soft and what wo:'Id we of Yes tho only would make with .
as came from motherearth "Are ? the easy \8t ; diferenc-
sure was amazed in- hours drew
you she made confidant of
? near a trouble-we become chivalric, and we heaven You thin that the hollow tree them would be put a little extra
I Now and then is published a story of a has would satisfy our greed. Now it quiry."I Tom Jcniiings's .wife, and told her that them; we get on the hgh-mette s aut sends the hornet, thin the devi sends gilt on their walls, and a little extra embroidery -

mouse, a dog, horse, or some other animal to be \'ouchlt for as gold before it am. I have seen the document* to she had been deceiby a false marriage our courage, and cva charge at the hornet. I want t corre.-t opinion on their slippers. But you say: "Why id..
, '; a can take proper position among the which I refer." Between herself and the father of this them, and, i God be with come out The Lord sent the horet does not Goi give u nl the thingsP Ah .
:: with "a remarkable ear for music." other circulating mediums." "It must have been on his mother's stronger better than when we went in. Then I a thik the eftmoyarces come I bethink myself. is wiser. It would
Cabot. As
the and
I' Edgar
years passed, But alas for insectile of In and sluirc'arda of if bad
:f- the annoyances upon u our iVtience. thegymnasium make fools us we our
The latest comes from Yreka Cal. A "Exactly so! And side if ctu
as we are not in there was such relationship. Tom found that the "Cabots not
I : were as life-these fo too sm t shoot-these uprigt parallel bur way. No man puts his best picture in the
: young man riding : gentle, though primitive state, but a very 'highly cultured' "Did you never hear of my aunt, a rule, dissolute men, he thought he things without any avoirupi weight-the br with holes over eh : for J>to L vestibule of his house. God meant ;c

,5 horse inclined one, I, for example, nee spirited becoming musically a stamp before I can pass muster. All "I thought she committed suicide." riage. He did s'o, and found that it wasps, and the hornets! In other wor it is each hnd ad he giinb, one inch at that great gallery of the universe toward
wasa
; tied the reins around his wrist the wealth Midas the hmall stinging anoyac life a two iche and gifting his strength which we are aspiring. We must not haveit
my of a father left tOme "Some of us Cabots are such lunatcs genuine one; that my father, Edgar which drive us out use u up. Into the cultured, atr aw'ile th, ceilinsr. too good in this ,world, or we would wat -
l.: and began playing on a mouth organ. I will not take me more than just so that we think suicide preferable to a Cabot, Sr., had,had no intention of. deceiving best conditione life, for some grand and And it seems to t these annoyances no heaven. ;

j is not stated how well or how ill was the far; yet I dress according to the laws of mealancl'* replied Cabot, significantly. my mother, but having died sud pu God!nd the horet in life are a g\-niu each Yolycr was condemned to be burnt t ,

to-day, I don't eat with my knife, know story went around that Max re'my birth, had kept the marriage I first plc tht the small worry a by which we a to stake was planted. He was fat .
what p
the
"s playing, or was tune. Anyhow, the shape climb hi and in Christianattainments. The ..
,stinging higher were
how to raise hat to in Jennings had discovered that he annoyances ene t it fagot plcl nn:
my a lady: short. I just wasa s cret .only for fear of his father's of a sensitive nervous We all love to see ,
the horse had for music. He became People
an ear orgaztion f kdled. u tht
flatter ni}self that I make I fairly. good ap decendant of the old Cabot fmiy, and wrath, for my. mother was 1 plain farm- who are prostrated tyhoid fever or but it cannot b cultured in fair ptienc the outwad like the canvas

. exctet began to dance and to pearance. But I have no grandfather when his name was proposed er's daughter, poor but honest, as the with broken bones get sympathy, is a child of sn If yen had everything ship in a stout breeze, s that the flames, Instead -.

"buck, threw the young man to the worth speaking of!" And though therewas thl was not a single black ball phrase is. Old Tom had become fond but who pities anybody that i nervous f The desirable and thO'was nothing more t pet, of destroying PolJcr were only a ,
1' against doctors and the family and .what would want witli The wall between him and had
bay says you enemie They
mock pathos in his tone Maxwell him. He was accordingly of and that the Cabots had eveby ptenc
ground and dragged him'to death. This me, :knowing says: "Oh! she's only a little nerous; only time to culture it is wb "I Jennings meant more of what he said he was (duly elected a member of the nothing to bequeath me except the name, all." The sound of a heavy foot, the cheated, and sic*and a dead. flames would not touch him. ) pna, .

t. may or may not prove a sufficient warning than he would have been willing his companion Miles Standish Club. he legally adopted me as his son. So, harsh clearing of a throat,a discord in music "Oh.unt you say, "if I only !.ad the circumstances I want you to understand By Gods .

i: 3 J to prevent the reckless playing of Fhoullluspeet. As soon as Jennings received this you see, 1 purchased: my ancestors of my a want of harmony between the shawl andthe of some" well-to-do man I would b grace the flames of trial, instead of consummngyoursoulareonlygoingtobeawnflot
glove on the same person, a curt answer, to). You might well : "If -
.. mouth organs in the presence of horses. Edgr glanced at him a little notification he hastened to the Reception older: half-brother, Edgar Cabot. I came a passing slight, the wind from the.et, any patent for this water a would say or, de'eI and a canopy of blessing. God i ingoing -t ;

; ., --- -_ (contemptuously; then he allowed his Committee of said; cub, and explainedthe here to-night, Dr. Uandal to tell you one of ten thousand annoyances: opens tha "I coul 1 shoot this; gun if it ere sw the I to fulfill to you tho blessing and tho ',

:. The of France and Ger- eyes to wander enviously around the whole matter Whereat, this story: door foithe hornet. The fact is, cap.%. When you std chi:* deep in anoyIIWli promise, &He did t Polycar "n tu
; new censuses luxurious appointments of Maxwell's pleased with his frankness, and highlyanumsed "Max, was your mother's name that the vast majority of the people in is 1h/i ti.ue you to -- m out towardthe I walkest through shalt b
many show a marked falling off in the Everything bespoke abundance Rachel; Dr. Randall asked this country are overworked, and their great hlUallo of Chri tlan: attainment, I bure" Now you do not udert; you .
roms. an at the absurdity of the trnSCtiol ahrpty. are the first give out. A great mul- and wle.i: your life loadto the muzzle '. kow hertr. In heve you will i
j t rate of increase. In the case of France of. both.mom.y and taste on the the club, at its next meeting, unanimously "Yes; H\hc Dennison, titude Ilr"e are under t strain of Leyden, who, w ith i cpnlsivr annoyanoes-fthat i u the tune I bless eve .

part of ,the one who resided there. A MilK" when he told his that if he to.i- t'-.o the furnacewill .
the rate of increase. was low enough be- elected him a member "Oi his was by physician aw triCtr. -
i 'i casual observer? never have supposed own merits and not those of his sunposititiotis "1 was present at Ioubirth, boy, and did not stop working- while he was in suchpoor c.'l'I' bum out ofustheeliakerandthes'ag. < I '.
wou1 aent
: fore; now it threatens to stop altogether, physical health he would die, I lonneil this in toanil A SISGCLAH acc occurred on the 1-
this regard
\ that a could appreciatethe ancestor '' and also mother told me story. I investigated rfnde J havf theory I
'ou
;' ; equally "Doctor, whether I live or die the vexrtion, It Shenandoah Valley Railroad .
and in there has beena whel : all says a -
many departments engravings and books which crowdedthe it for her sake, and found it true, nnoy.Uti'S tae
from its roll the
dropped Is
around. These of whomI
unanimously keep going persons j'i t s) m ixi troib'.o! ti iit for usef I
i considerable decrease. The addition to walls and tables was a mU hlOl of name of Edgar Cabot, "A mansho :.on1 father having been a widower be- have a bleeding sensitiveness. The fn'l for hla :: Tho orly c question is Jag rs.town (Md.) despatch, to tbe'IaL'p;-

the population in five years has only been an hour, the son of a man who had could sell his grandfather: not being foJ' he met your mother. When I next spa to light on anything raw, and the '\\h'.'!IHr we shall take! it in ha bul or puI I timore Amtrican. As the north-bound -
fortune the saw her she .dead and the baby had : people are like the Cant spoken i vi>ril alI I(ere I' '
a large by manufac worthy of tin noble name of a MilesStandish raullt(1 mn train wi3 nearing Buchanan .
total to amasset passenger
the 37,885- : the in the have .. His
213,857, bringing up vanished whole went out of text or a very who tfl.!;*" i: back is '.
' and so thing
:
in
of rum judicious speculations Brother, was the verdict. thin covering and are vulnerable at all points. t bt&vn. 0 his eyesight put out, or some f some one noticed that the hose' attached ..
the annual rate : ,
: This i is to
, 905. mind this the
tqu.il Here .
stocks aut mines. The moment that Tom Dr. Randall, in common with most of my unti mOIent. i And the Lord sent the horet. r> h.1 awful eVanity befalls him; while i m .
only 1 per cent. per annum. Germany is Jennings's business and all other posses the sons of the first settlers, was a member doctor hat pause to rub his specta- Again, these small insect annoyances may t'e Wt majnrit.V of peopltl take the thing J JpieciiiieaL to the air-brakes was leaking. '

.j not quite KO bad, but the rate of increase sions fell into his son's hand that young of this same club, so he naturally des, :inc Paulne' took advantage of the come to us in the shape of friends and acquaintances Which way would you rather | The train was'stopped and (the entire .
who are always have it! Of in Better have
I man sold the obnoxious distilleries ando told his wife about the transaction between brief say: able There sying.dg ('OT piecemeal. Better crew left the train,for the purpose of ," -
some th than .
things. are ti
and ; jaw.
" ? between 1870 1 was abnormally ca- fhl c'h'n- biyken j
: ESO went abroad for three j pars to finish the Cabot and Jennings. She an- "Now that you've got a grandfather of not be with for half an hour but you feelcheered tc.i fly-blisters th:1 an amfatation. Bettertwei.ty [i repairing the leak, leaving on board
high. The population by the latest rc- I studies his father had sent him there to scrod : I you : I suppose you and Olive .will and comforted. Then there are s luaUs thaa one ryc.'n There may i

, $ turns .40,844,1)26) as compared with I begin. Old Tom Jennings had the sense "I am sure it evinces a very proper be getting.married, and then YOi1'l be other people you cannot be with for five I b j a difiVri n--e of opinion as'10 alopthyand : the passengers, the cypress messenger .
I brother Max will not? nI minute i before you feel miserable. They do. homlopathut: in th's | I tho postal clerk, newsboy.The :
1 to know that he could never aspire to Mr. to want my you andjhe
:. five before giving an feeling on Jennings' part a '
45,234,001 disturb but
: years not mean you, they sting you' I lie! hoKMi-opnthic: . I higher position in life than one grandfather but surely he must have I eta E. Wadleiyh, in the Current: t. all the pellets! I brakeman was sent back n
; :. annual .rate of increase of .'l per cent. any the. ; to the They gather up yarn :iflrnyantrat let tlnn sotie'mock- dose j t fag
he was born Into; but he was dlt'rmrt known that such a sale was impossible.What which the gossips spin, and peddle it. They of calamity. Instal of thfithunderbolt- give .l freight that was in the rear.
. in 1880-85 as compared with Stanton and the President.We all the adverse about the hornet. have .bank would omiIt .
, per annum to "make Max a gentleman, so better off is he for the nominal gather np eritii"D" us you you j ja 800 -
in the the anecdote your person, about your bwinls your gr at deal rather that ti'ty men should coma i; The freight :mae its appearance, .
; per cent. per annum previous as cultivation and study could do it, he ownership of Judge Cabot? Does it give quote following
1.1 rom homo, abutour church,and they make in with checks Jc than a hundred dollars I and, not having been notified in tmo:
1 J; years. succeeded.. .... him any of the Cabot virtues?? "Recollections of Secretary Stanton, ear the which they pour it. lour t'.ivTt: have two ( '. in the same
"By- Jupiter- .-Jennm s, I- I- had a tithe "Has the actual ownership such a n clerk of the War Department. in. the hugh heart ily when they tl you, a though day ; his ten thousand dola j I to stop on the heavy downward grade '

The Agricultural Department his received of your money I wouldn't care a picayune grandfather given Edgar (' or any of Century: "When Mr. Stanley, of North wei e a good joke, and you laugh too-outside. In EEchantin you cugl and dow j I t plunged into the hin'dmost car of the

, different if I hadn't a grandfather!" sighed those virtues? Do think the Judgehas Carolina, was appointed Military Governor The poplo are brought to our attention in at the COOl and up at c iling before you p
from parts you i train Pullman
many lett.r tho Bible, in the Book of Ruth: Naomi went look: into the 'sfe. New, my friends I I Ivro.ill passenger wiehvl u ,
Cabot whose bank account short much to be of in such *heirl" of his State, the Secretary of War
was as proud an
of the country with reference to the introduction forth beautiful and with the finest of worldly you not rather have these sml I[ wrecking the greater :paft of it and *
as his pedigree was long. asked her huchant1 caused to be filled out one of the blank prospects into another land, but after awhile I drafts of annoyance on yojr bank of '

I of Australian rabbits into this "And I, Cabot, would give a hundred "You my dear, I never had any forms used for notifying military nominees she came back widowed, and sick, and poor. tlnn some all-staggering d aand upon you I badly injuring the rest ot the train. .

; country. Cmmisioncl Coleman has prepared thousand dollars this minute if I had one love for Edgar Cabot, and I have still of their appointment to office by the What dd: her friends do when she came wick en lumnCf I want to mate you s strong, The concussion was- so great that the
to the They all went out, and, insteadof thr.t; will not surrender to mall ar.noy- I
you
the following in answer thereto: of your dignified ancestors," Jennings less for him now. Do ym suppose that President, and when he had signed it and gi\ ctyl common-sense consolation,what a.-ws. In the of Hllin. tradition I throttle valve of the passeug.r engine '

"For time! past the press of the I auweret, earnestly. "Yes, I'd give i Mr. Jennings had any idea-that this pur- caused the seal of the Department of Warto did thev do Bead the bo.>k of Ruth and rind says there was viage ( and theSes i I was wide and the train (i
: some 9pen
r gladly I in any way could claim a chase would enhance his value in our be attached to it, he concluded that it out They threw up their hands and said, nail cretnre almost de-.roured the town throw ..

country has conlain.t paragraphs: relat- great-uncle or grandfather of note!" eyes? He has certainly been very attentive would be well to have the sign manual of i aomi..<" as much as to say, "How and threatened th lives of the population, i leaped forward with an impetus of over J
introduction into the the President affixed to the instrument. very bad you look!" When I the mid the story is that a pijfer came out ono mile minute. the
ing to the expected "A fellow has a perfect right to to Olive lately, and I have feared entere a a So.sudden was
1(1 and
I looked and tune
Ministry very pale yea!5, day played a very sweet ,
United States of the "Australian rabbit," what i is indubitably his own, hasn't that she liked him too well." He sent the commission to the White and every year, for four or five years, a fioermin: followed: him-rrfollowed him a t start that the crevr was unable to board .4j

fears have been expressed asked Cabot, thoughtfully."Of "That will never do!" exclaimed the House, with the request that the President hundred times a year, I was askel if I was fie! ba-iks of the.W er, ana then he blew 1 the engine The wildcat train ran at a
and the ga\'et course he has." doctor, emphatically. "I cannot have would sign and return it immedi not in a consumption. And passing throughthe ))hS''and they dropped in and dilpra I

. concerning probable effect of such I, as knows, am the last of one of my girls marry the son of that ately. Mr. Lincoln took the documentand room I would smetie h apple sigh forever. Of, course this is a,fable high rate of Vpeed until tho steam wjs
everyone and : "A-ah! ( !l" I could: ,on the sweet flute ol the Gospel,draw
importation upon our agricultural indus my) line of the Cabots. I am badly in old Tom Jennings, a most disreputableold read it carefully, and then began I resolved cry in those times Jot that I never, in any forth al the nibbling and furrowing annoyan I cxhaustedwhcn it came to a standstill,

'v tries. Hence a few facts concerning this want of money; you think yourself-or, creature who possessed hut one virtue, turning and twisting it about, as thoughin conversation, would say anything depressing, your life, and play them dow into about fifteen miles from the place of

.-. of interest. In the first to be more exact, Dr. and Mrs. Randall that of generosity, so far as I can hear. search of something. At last he handedit and by the help of God I have kept the reso I depths forever. How man did the"I. collision. During the fl'ght the
th rabbit may prove the bearer and said lution. The 3 people of whom I speak artist give to his of JCtp or his passengers
think -badly in want of ancestors. No, no; that must not be! I have nothing to ironically: > reap picture
place it should be stated that in reality you "Did Mr. Stanton where I to and bind in the great harvest field of dis- He-irt of the Andes? I 5I I were thrown about ia tbeir :
} What 'will you give me for, sny old against Max Jennings Jlim"el but say was Soma days you greet 010 I hear the canvas ying '
, there is no "Australian" rabbit, no species Colonel Cabot? The one. you know, who 'blood will tel' you know." put my signature?'' with couragement.a hilarious "gool-morning," and tem "Why touche you keep me trembling with I' seats, and were almost wild with terror.

being native to that country.: The II was killed in King Philip's war." "As it ha'( in the case of Edgar 'No, sir, replied the astonished come buzzing at you with some depressijg that pencil so long? Why don't you put it on Apprehending that some sonth- i';
) said Mrs. Randall She clerk. ; information. The Lord sent the hornet in orwdashr'.io," says the "I know I
L done much harm in "What an absurd idea! exclaimed i Cabot, dryly. ai' bound train might collide with the
. rabbit that has f-o I j liked Max and she more than suspectedthat 'Can you tell me,' asked the President It i astonishing how some pcop.'eprefer : how tQmake a painting; it fft I
Zealand is an intro- .Tenning' with a laugh. to write ,and to say thousand of thfS3 touches."!And I want I runaway after it had stopped, all the
Australia and New old Olive returned the love which Maxso 'Whereabouts on this I am to .dbl
; at all absurd. The codgeris paper things. That was the case myfriends/to'understand hat it is these ten I
duced the common rab 1ot him to felt for her and she did ?' The clerk looked at M. returned after thousand under God passengers left the cars and built fires
species, namely: ; now my great uncle; if I sl.l evidently put my signature Henry Stanley his magnificent annoyances whch. a
f bit of Europe (Lepu Cuniculus). Not you, why, of course, he'l be your's. Or, wish that there could he some way devised the commission and saw the ample signature exp3it of finding Doctor David, Livingston making up the picture yo Ue to be hung I in the fields to await the freight, which
and whn Mr. stood before atlartin the for angelsto
,
which he could be transformed of Mr. Stanton immediately at the Stanley galtorieaof ft
! only did this rabbit become a pest to the if you don't like him, tllre's my grand by savants of and many,of*the th r look at,,God knows bve a picture.I they thought would bring np the crew
will he fill into suitable husband for her. And foot of the body of the instrument, with Eurp 'fa Je I
Cabot how a him MTHE
but it soon father, Judge critics of pretense of go into V sculptor's see of their train.- After the lapse of over -
gardener and fruit grower, bill? Now, Jennings don't look so then his wealth, too! Poor Olive had the counter-signature of the Adjutant- geographical iontio put him leaping:a statue.He s.o.chisel >iu 0'I'

multiplied to such an extent as seriously your amused. I assure you I am in dead earn not .all the pretty things whjch girls of General to the left. He also suw a neat, insolent queioD. do hi9 arms I refused .' bea nftlfat:!i the other,and h gives an hour the rear train hove in sight, .

to interfere with diecp raising by destroying est. I am so hard up I'd sell my soul- I her age ought to have, the mother felt. snug-looking white space beneath the to answer. At the very time when_you fgt"1ke clck ClKI! !"I and the passenger engineer and fire b
. of the of War would have supposed all decentumen would r
said
the In New Zealand much more such a trifle as 1 grandfatherfor art exeeptionstoalirules, sign-manual Secretary have applauded the heroism of the h?repHes, "that would* tter th statue. I man were soon at their places. The
pasturage..
t hundred thousand dollars." the doctor, concisely, "and Edgar Cabot which Mr. Lincoln might have occupiedto t.te'can'tdolt fhis.way."
in handin a : were tho to hiss. The Lordeent tbtWY; IJ'd1 brakeman who had been sent back to
i the Legislature took the matter knew that Cabot spoke the is the exception to this one." advantage had he seen fit, but the clerk that man sat down on the western So he ad :

1876 and began the enactment of a Ie-I I truth Jennings about his financial condition, and. "May lot Max Jennings be also anexception was politic and repler: 'I don't see any coast of Africa, sick and wor perhapsinthe un come out, and en- Hag the freight no sooner saw that a -

ries of stringent laws for the suppression; being a good-natured fellow who was ?r' suggested Mrs. Randall, but place providec your signature, Mr. grandest geograpical ahievement of te age in small the'way t Well r,the Go 1 studio has yoar is st =development -. collision was inevitable than he struc-k -

of the rabbit In 1881 more than grateful to Cabot for !l\'rl introductions -: her husband made: no reply, only became }> was proceeding to explain all over the dvertherewer buz buzz critic, andcaricature and it is and for the woods and has not yet turned

scourge. which he T.ilucd very highly, es- i suddenly very much interested in the how the omission obviously came about and deride him; and when a few vexations of life that you Several of the passengers received
I ooooo, acres of sheep runs had been aban- the to the aforementioned I cvcning'paper. when the President interrupted him and weeks after he got the London inuoortal nature.' It iaclikf-Uck, np.
Dcciallv one ., tht a
\ on account of the rabbits, and the Randalls, determined to help Cabot out j A little later, in" all u about two months said in 1 dignified tone: "Take the papeilaCk he opened out flew the pp wCSufervhy some onestr great Ti1o b f not foraveneA4JiozOod bruises, bnt.no one was seriously injured .

done was cal : after the of his ancestor, Jennings to the Secretary of War, with my I see that there a s many people in 'h ei eyftb you by the collision- .
I los to the exports of the colony of his pecuniory quagmire hy humoring j purchase world who like to say disagreeable swv that is not thewayL1eS.On
annum and him in ridiculous proposition. j ( on Dr. Randall's family one compliments, and say that the President write disagreeable things, I come tga far strokes of littl -
; his j 'aler
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f culated to be *3,500,000 per II of the Polyclinic
of 180- I declare, Cabot, i the tiling were > evening Olive's younger sister, an will promptly sign any l proper commissionthat my weaker moment t believe what arnafl t bag physicians &
; it was estimated that upwards I named be him for Govcrnoi said to of New York have
offer with im- :j irrepressible girl of thirteen, Pauline may sent to me o Monday morn-, Hospital just removed
accept
1: 00,0. of rabbits were killed in New : unease feasible It But your suppose I should said to him, somewhat abruptly: Stanley or anybody else.' ing. I went t get hostler the horse that was atlverl.ad the 1,,1 spent t il' a tumor from a young man's .
gratitude. a plain man, aid tC m .ofnr
Zealand in little over three years. In the tell anyone Judge Cabot belonged to I j "Oh, Mr. Jenningsis) it true that you "M. I saw that you preached" -. brain. The physicians before the operation .
Rain.
: States we certainly have enough me, who would believe me?" I' have bought ). [1. Cabot's grandfather? The World's to the you men yesterday." I sd: "Yes." tahvg' learned that when two old
- \nitc "If were to buy him of me you'dgive :j "It i that Judge Cabot now belongs Could we but utilize all the waterpower He : o use, no use; man's fau. field years
they you sooner
I ) rabbits of our own, and the injury industries me a receipt for him, I suppose? |i to me-that he i is my grandfather," lifted from the ocean by the sunbeams times The small come in insect the aoyac shape a o( physical sme than the indnJoB of three::or fO cte the young man had fallen from a fence "' -

now inflict upon our agricultural Just as I would give you a receipt for the ', was Max's answer. and wafted by the zephyrs over trouble, which doss not amount lo You say:' "Since Host my child" ", and had a corn stalk driven through

, is by no means insignificant, i any money you paid me for him. ;! "Since Pauline has broahel the subject the land, what vast factories might we but which bther t ptiv.proration my p'I hamfegn a dUnrent architecture man.. his skull. The hole, however, had in .-
the complaints I should i' Mr. Jennings," ( ls. Hamlal run! What magnified Niagaras mightwe :you wat to feel the L- Perhaps it is a* But notXAfoto the .
reliance is to be placed upon "Certainly alswef.t Jen-I' sick headache which the of little annoyaM that are wingdig- course of time filled np with bony mat- -
of .I "I must own that I am a cuiou create! In recent to the Royal plague of
at the idea paper ana in-.
of fruit growers in the )lsiscippi"aley nings, laughing ancestor. g know what gave rise to this remarkable Society of Edinburgh I Mr. John Murray your life, and you appoint some occasion of v. 'cttn. moral shaping, { splitting One, lucifer ter. The young man had frequent fits, -
for
receipt an or sociality, or u" and whexrj
c and in California. As to the power "Then you could truthfully say that I story which is going around about you sought to give the world's rainfall in te mh cok strikes the hou 2rune cot make/ t! my send-" it a block periods of hysteria, had developed .,

: of an officer of the Go\.clnment to pre- you had documentnrcvidenc'c that and Edgar Cabot." figures. The areas of country having an your ap" Pba"the trouble is hew. -,Catharin do Medicis Colnm-pt her paralytic symptoms and beganrio show

this in the ancestor of own, I "Oh. it is very simple. Cabot was inland drainage-equal to 11.486,330 tween te forhe in the shaj .; AL ling a poisonous r
: introduction of pest judge Cabot was an your of by stopping and asking fo a piece of a morbid suspicion of people. The
dollars a neuralgic can see it o'1
I know of noW confer- and that would settle it, as I would he. hard up, and I traded of a few square miles-receive 2,243 cubic milesof sympathize twiJe; but just at the U d and a drink of water at a Frci having decided that fh"e
for an ancestor or two, replied Max, rain The total areas draining ; was the physicians
careful to so, too for people rarelyinsist yearly. when you want your clearestJyour vet, le t
jr such authority. Congress might say one's proving tha Soandsois lightly. directly to the ocean equal 44,211,000 disposition itlet, you feel a sharp ] l And th i a intimate connection trouble lay in the brain, learned of the

conferring upon the Commis- his upon'kin'; and if anybody was still dubious "Do you really mean to claim those square miles, of which 38,839,750 square the keen hornet, disconcerting thrust T Lord sent.' Sbthings tf ad immensities, between accident in childhood, found the scar .

!Agriculture the power to pre- you could be justly indignant be- dead Cabots for your own?" asked Dr.Hmdal miles have more than ten inches of annual >-*. a eve.Now t of those annoy- of tho wound, placed the patient under, .- .

of animal, bird, or other cause vour word was doubted." a little testily. rainfall, and discharge into the sea6,569cubic Perhaps small insect lnc through your 'soul nnarraigned. the influence of ether cat a piece out '
,
landing annoyances
: Max's miles of water each te w to administer to your
: States "I think if I buy one of them I would Why net? was query."Is year. By come in a domestic .i sir
of the United itaton The scratch of a of the skull ot the found the .
sp S scar, -
any port like to have the other to keep him company not what you pay for your own? this mean s rather more than 5,000,000000 ,- The parlor kitchen do tini uces lock-jawaxid the clip of '

: : hs opinion, would be injurious ; he might feel lonesome so entirelyoat Dr. Randall"could neither say yes nor tons of solids are carried to the ocean harmonize. To get good service and t keep most Infinitesimal annoyance yde yon 8 tumor growing in the brain and removed

: t agriculture, on the same })principle that of his element. What will you take no. While he was hesitating ior' suit annuallv.-Arlansaie. Trateler. it Sometimes is one of th gt queon the cutr. forever. Do not le any o perplexity it. In its center was a splinter i' 0

.;!t prevents the introduct ion of cattle affected for the two?" asked Jennings, seroush'. able answer which should cover the whole Weight of Cable Foot. considerateness of employers arrogancy; but whateverbethefactwewill..dznitthereare making you come better.a your soul without it of bone. The tumor was pear-shaped -
Cabot looked fixedly at him i ground and yet not hurt Max's feelings, these in
with contagious diseaes. Unless continued Avo. Lbs. Aro. e their Our Natiol Government does no thn and two inches i in diameter -whore f!
stant then seeing that he was in earnest, Max : LI. s annoyances way it
'.ttere is premeditated importation byee ; 'Y ou know, sir, that you value descent Anthracite cl. 54 Soil, common...124 from th/ wg I buckles belittling and t put a tax shoes.on pins The, individualtaxesdonotamounttomiichbutinthe widest. It took an hoar to remove it. ,
apet tax
a on
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Bituminous coal 50 Sand ........... the Gfwvouint*
.;- there would seem to be no occa- nns\ere, not bargain with you in thistrde. above money. Let us suppose a case; ,I Brass..5G4 Tallow........ 9.5 of the grace hooaekekate andtkPfc maintainher aggregate The patient has almost completely recovered .

'. /fion for alarm, this rabbit has, dUf.ng rn'be grateful if you will giveme a man had"a daughter, and two Bricks......125 Water, pure.. 6' equilibriu 4h *hat I could.J110 home at I would to millions have and Oh millions Christian of ddJamAd and shows none or his*" forme* 4syniptom3.
a with hundred thousand for the two of 'em were to present as suitors, the Copper ......555 Water, sea... night and MHHHniK Bnijr6 anoyanc.ad yo m

..4t1.?e..centuries of communication the a old Colonel and the Judge." one with a good name but a poor purse, Clay.......135 Wood, oak... 55 7 say: "O!*iflBiKifl Nfebles a ve vexation high that tariff comes through every your annoyance sooL This i '

.-Europe, not been introduced, or at least sure that will satisfy you? the other in exactly the'revere condi- Grt..l6' YeUgy pine, ... 4 little t TWy* a K mnaU, ( a might not amount to modi in singleseebutintheaggregate :
; and there' "Are you would her to Irwuht..43 Whwpne .. w tey sig. M.nerves were would b*, revenue of IDLBXKS3 is* the dead sea that wallows "
: M ibtvbecom* established; I say a hundred and twenty-five tion, to which I you advis : Charcoal, hard...18U 'hn *k1ng Christto great ''Mil-mad .
0 "would still less danger from Suppose the t'o 1" rive an affirmative answer?1" Lead ...........708 Charcoal, fflL.18Marble..171 I reprove a there i thou- spiritual strength and satisfaction. A b all Yirtnes. puid the
to be for tot can suck honey even oat a nettle; sepulcher of .
living rni _
e the full mean- women iti dying, death o -
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.c NOTICE is hereby ( { lands will be sold at pubic [ ---------- ;;..... ....2 r15 9 .
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*r MS .-. .. l auction on the 2nd day of 3ny! IMS7. at Lake Butler in the county of Bradford iDt : u _u K .. ...I.. '-. qr-C---w qr-n}' otot 4--------1 OwcrUnkno1.......1...e 8'R of nw i n ne cr. -I. .__.... I ft 52 PO 13 (1 ,.

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opposite together with costs of sale and dvcrtising.: I _. ofs andcnlnnw ..
IJ 'J jv *' Majority Ash sor--and, respectfully t same. I ,.... ...... ... ..... nX o'SV qr.1 acrs on n !d. o! lW Ir :. ..... '...' s 21
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:" Woul ilnovbc1 a good.idea' tw .have a 0 nw 15 acres iu nw cor of t i of s vqr !WlJr.O. ., ... ... .. 3;: lOl I SI '.Of8W .,... ........ .. ........ .1.. 4.121'' 3 454fl
ni .3215,18. ..... 10 Unknown. ...... of sw 1se oC te : 1f
lht watchman. nw i 0 41 --- 7 a use cotS of ueqr of swqr t Owner J .. .. 41 1 W
: wtofsWi .. .7915iI8. Jones W C.......... .. .. nlin at 1" cr or Ir" S Edward's OwnerUnknown... ...[.n ofl J..X.oi.) ..n X.ohw HW r ,
::_; .: Dr. Bnnett has returned to Ins home e4ofse -0.; . SOj, land then n feet w 105 let S Ito feet' O.ner Unknown.... X ne w' s of.sXottoCw. 4 8 9';

: .near Buy City Mich. The Doctor won 0 ti of nci 0 .3 5118, 8 2049 t then n by to Sapp nw cr' by bounded Cltal E by Church BroadWay..S by. 6 Owner t"nknofn. .....!w.oflw J of me X.ocs"1... ... ....... ........ .......... 'i'i 4-4!!;!' 16 4 1 V 19OwnerUnkuoWn..se ; .

; many fiiendin Starke. .. Brown Stephen agent I I. :r S Edwards. -a 2 .and ofs w ) of.e 4. ....... ..... ...t l8J; ': '.": 10U 1

Susan \'V Brown... !1 of 8wl .. .3) 5118 N O' 8e .1 cf ne qr 10 acre. off.IW... crlX... 6. owner Unknown Unknown.-W. . All- ... ..... .. .... .. ... .1''14-16; ,-l
) Mrs. J. L. Gaskins of nwi of nwl' . ; 5181; 1201 9 90Byrd. % .. oreqromneqr.. .. ... .. .... ..... 2 3 5 Owner Owner Unknown..tO .... . .. . .. .... ... ... .. 'oOwnerUnknOWfl.
quite itt KnlghtRTagtCAEnlght 0 .. 4 ( ... .
1.101
ha-n nwJ s 520' 80-.7 13. .... .. ... sW'r ser. ... .... 52 .... .AU ... . .. .. ..I I.4 !
we are to hear .... .. .::; '. 201 ; KItHomtr .. 2 4J t .. 8
si sw.roCer. :
glld she
is slowly improving. ....... ...... : 1 Unknown,... S X of sw .. . 4 9
. .18 521swofsw .. 62 112 Owner : .. 4
.: ... .. ... ... + I Kt .. prsW1roSqr . .8 40 X X of s' 10
.. : ... .. 52 ; .. "'IAIIton offe.ton '
,. i .19 521. 80 913 ." -----....-.. .. .swqr oswqr .. .. .. ....... .. ........ ..; .4 9 OwnerCnkown......... B' \ .. .. ..... ... :....1.. 4 19
We arc JW r :. .ne&ofneeofse1n i of fi .36! 7:22: 120:; 7 26 ... .... .. ... swqroner.'qr ...... ..... ..., ': 3 1021 Owner tnknwr..I of RW 8W ofw \S" of B ... .. 4 1 I.

-. in our den.going and w have sm en";y chain I ... .. .. ... ...nc1ofn ; I :.22' 6,22', 4wofblk3sr3wcblk3s KclvCI.- .... . ....... .. .in.eroCu ofleqr lcqr ..._........ ... ... .. 6 ;2' Owner Cnknown.... ., '..of..s....ne... .oC.sw............. ...... ...." 4.I. 1301 2 -

t the ladies. c' cordially invite calls from I : J 4 w' 'I .. Lynn Lynn Daniel...agDlnnie.. .. ...... of nwqr ... ........ . 13.. '19. 4 1: '. Owntr Owntrnkno\n.Unkaown.. ".' tAll: .. .:. ......... .... ....... !tt 8 1301,
; : Temples] Subdivision ..22 622, .. 10 1 5 L.rnu.thew. ....... .. ..eX i-K o! ; "'rswqrorLeqr OWlcrUnlnuwu. :: \\sJ ofnw Def"Xnw {OC'I.}{ "f 4..r. I. .
& . .. . 1'
i' 620 .1
;4 V B.-H.but J .nc & Co., sold 3a-p'irofhos Cosn.J..J..jswinfne.. .. .17 6120; 41)1', 9 60CJw L.rnnlE.! .......... .. ... ].1 ut ofiitqr Iiwqr. Oaonw. side.ofsw.... qr .01 20 OwnerUnkntv Owner1Jnknwn..nw:: .. .'' eof9e of ',.a..%..of.nw..Y... .... .'.'. ..'. ...... I 1 vlSI h, II a6 1 99 .'t
2
-; on Saturday)' t 3 aterent pariw-y.: I... :.... 1 ofw.t 3, 60; 401 0 Iw'r. .. . .:. ... .. ..:. :::18. .. Owner nknown."w\ .otse lW "oC nw nt-of IW '2 5 1StC : .

4 .,; 4?.Sho must 0 cheap Jonas'. iUW t of i .101.29t' 6120, 40 t 7Cooksey 95 0 .t.I s3 or lt 1 12 .... .......:.::. .. .... ... .7 R ;' '10 17 M Owner thLkrion.)1. I X'nw ofaw' ofso I 3 frseofse.l of s np,'ofne'of". .frae... .:..of 3 l8240 566se' ,.

: A G. .. .. ... t l 6,22 .. w'lroJlwqr : 8 IS ,OU -$ .. of sotse .fsw .. 4 J
The'City ( r s LldJonIR. :. .... Owner Lnkn"wn.. IS < ; Ibl 1
; Council have passed a fire i i of nw i ne 1 of nw .. :.34i 6:22: S ...." .. ... swqrnfle'lrIWqrofslneqrofs\qr"'IO. h 2 Owner Cnknown..ln te'nt- of tie .f ne n ,or 8W .i
Also will :" of .22 6:21: Ld.loIAO : ... .. r 6' i. 4 I . .... ..- ... ol:111: 543OwnerUnknosvfl. :
lmt levy a tax on Hie city for ... 0 S t ne i De t I U..on. : ., .u.qrwiof nt'qr of neqr. : 1, Xoft ..I.. ........ ... 3 '
6l 2 ... nw'n3ofne .
: .. I -0 >
621 of'ot of 4 1.OwnerCnlmown..sw
.17 1 or seqr i
improTcmcnt. .. .' sofse1 u ._ ; 81 Lvd ..fwqr!. .. 01er... . ... 521 4 ofnw"3 ne ? ofW" nofne. ; M" "I'I t.i
". ;3; lots on Call st town of Starke . Lwil .w.. .. .... ... ....... i 5 21 4 7 r ofnc eXof .. ..-..........-11 I 51f:( 83

II the Town Council will furnish us a 17 lots on Madison st town of Starke j Lwil kt.bert..s. ".1 lot.5 .... ..., .: .... :. 6 ; ) 4 4 : OwntrUnkown..s.I 3( of nt'..X......sw. ....... ......".....12 5 i 1G

;-** J copy of the meetings '1 ncr on Thompson st town of Starke 97 8 1 niijgatstakeonseelioeto w X Ii. 4 OwntrUnknown. .Is Xof "OCIW ofsw 11 SII" 5 tl
we will ... of nw w
Ish them for the benefit of the gladiy pub Cl emmons, James. .. .is } of lots 4 and 3. .' 6,; -720 6! 10 82 .LOCtIUS w.2J ctiii'w'ofue n 0)cor s.5 to see ben 6 then dims Owner Owner Unknown.Unknown....... ...!nE! OCli" s'nf.!)le.ar !.. IC 51811 3 t

people. I Conner ': of sw $ ; 31 i 619 0 overse,1iae2Och 8 topIae 01 begin- Owner Unkuown... .... of nE.of ne t ne : s X. I II
.p. We Wisn.nc.i 200 12 93 .. .. ... 813 ofne .. ... ... 18
would call J TIne 619| Ii1l. .. ... 2 2 1 I ofw" 11- 54
; attention to the an .11' 3fi1. : ....... for 1&i5 .. .: ... .. Unknown..ne S.X SSI. ot'se '. i 5 I"!
I Owner .
i
me .
nouncements of L. D. Wall I Clemmons, Lewis. ." nw J of ne :i i of sw J n J of nw J i I I 51atphutsAn.de ..... :s. ofuwqrorswqrs3Qf nX oC .f ....... .ofsw ( S oCSEJ..;.....:..... ''.i.t,., 51"111, 419

Pratt for atid J. P. oIswI .3, 619' 10 i swqr .. ........ 2 61 25 210 Owner Unknown. ....., of s"X sw.' 'oC ne._ n OrS" 5 182i 56
: the office of Assessor.BloxlTam of . 6119 .. oC less 1 .... 16 .....:n X. fe oC fO .. ..... .. : 181
City .nw J nw t : 401153 : ..... seqr 01 swqr swqr swqr a ( Owner tnkn.wn.. .... W"? ..-... ..... ... .... ...... 518. I 99Owier .

is sure to be the than I Chancy M..i'W' i "fswt .29! 420| 2 nwqr (.fneqrle.2X. .a.cqrofiWqrnSVqr... .. 2 619 Owner 1nkuo\n.. .. '! ), ofnw.: .. .... ........... ..:2 j l" 4U 1 99Ownert'nknowfl

ceived he re I Crosby WC. .. .. i of ne i 6 721 84 I 7 16 MannierMrMattie. .:..: olwql.lss of ..... ... "21 11 2 m .'I's. X of ... .... .. .. .. .. ...... 51F. 272 /
28. .
: 3 votes on the first ballot"in trial I Crawford, W B.....sw i ofsw i .. .28'': 6,21, ---- .:.:.. .. nwqr" seqr neqr 8t.oCsr.. ....--. 2 51 Owner .......ID.. !of 8. R"of s.\ne..o(sw'te I aC. 111J0 331QwnerUnknowu.
election. ,meofs( + 29'2i 621 80 12 06 .1lo1-d %V..r. ,.;;.... sX ot lot 5uJ 01 lot 9 sr. ....... .. G'? ...... ..ne of \ e ot s

There w .. I Clark, J J. .... areS in sw cor of nc J of nw Jofnei I I ---... ....-..:......-.:.j I sroClrsX9fL) qroC.seqr........,......8618 13 6 10 H 62 0 Owner Unknuwn....... .\It les 10,acre'3.. otsw3' wX oCs J osw % D !' I f4J.3J 732

re six persons baptitted .2u! 'I 6119' 2J! 744sw ew.1 ol ; -jfl.qrotbwgr. 9 619 ofw .. ............................... 5 5 1 10 66
Her. Dr. by Et OJ;. ).tnwqrwK o'iwtf 619 I i .... .... ......... t 4u
Talbird on last :" of or 0 C. r 1 OwnerUnknown. .....sw ?ofs\ .. .. .. I I 99OwnerUnknown.
J J uwqr neqr nvqr
Sabbath! at the Clark agt Shipley,. 5w'r .. of nw" .......... .... 51 272
'
; :
.- .of .. 1
Alligator ford. Hundicds of Hoane & Co,..., 1 ..91 619;' ICO I : 66 .: :.;. .. WII' iwqr Sqr. .ser. ner. of..sr. .... 12 61' 9 9. Owner Unknown.'W' J.Xofl of nw 3 e s.3 ....... ....... ...... .25nW SI

urned out to attend. people Crocker, Tlios J.. .. sw J of se J se J of sw : .; 1 5,19! S':i; ooIG'J' Neal. Roan .:.. .;.. --.IS qroflltlr.otswqr. .... .. .... .IJ' : 51) 4 Owner "nkIIO\n .....Inw of nw" n Xorsw, sw ), (.fsw _.:......3 I 1J Z e

& I of sw i w J of so .. . ). 1201,2(1 1. 9.) .. n\\"ll'J wqr... .... .... .... ..24 619 8 10S Owner Unknown..ne.I. ".ofnw J sw ofse _.le '% elf sv !..... rat. 3
There were J Milon..e_ .; of sw of se ..25Conover <- (11, tjOl: 69; XeUh! ,'" I.aac I. .. . .,.. nwqr ... ...... ... ...... al 519 4 I Owner tnkllwn......,n\:. of me ne X of nw ........ .... ....... 6 51 i Ii a '
eighteen Oowling. qr qr qr qr t .
1. new members to s .. .. ..... . ..18 52 4 6' Owner Unknown..flW' of nw SW ofn.' ga of no K i 3
Methodist Church Douglass. A C... .. ..!.8 w qr of n w qr . 8, .ii9 l!) Setr.J)1-- .: .. ; .flotl ,,, I 151 Owner Unknown ..IAUItSeXO.se se"ofne.......... .. .,.is 1081 .. ..JOwler1nknown..1n"
? .' last Sunday and ,sw qrof EW qr . ,.19, ---. ". ....... .. ..W.I.c.fllrnerof( .Iwqr.wqro.swqr..2 5 4 .. ...... ....... ....1 C 19 .
I'erall the l o er ... .. .. 7 44 .. of .... ...... ....... .'. I -
I I lots town ot ( 9
Pn'&I.terian.CL.urch.. !
religous The '*eqrufclr. .G.5Hj' Otto Mrs Emily.. ... }\ : .. .....Lwt... .. ......... 4 "2 4 2.t Owner Unknown..flW' of Se_ .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .. 51 19 ;
feeling is strong in Starke. nc (Ir ne qr ... 't :::1 160' 7 78 Ult Mn Emily..for 1S .Crof aWe as.eqr above............... 3 ( CwierUnknown.A1I.' ... ...... .. .......... .......")4 1
Dillaberry Jos e& w 50'ft n & s I ; I \\ agt n D .... eXoCSWJWXOfs'Sw. ll9 4 nOwner
Messrs. Richard fc Pace have their! .. T..4G' by f E Johns e by bt h01nflcr 1 PdmlrJ Cumins. .:.,.. wqr ofswqr ... ..... .. .. ...1 2 40 19 Owntrnknown.. ......, ... .. cfne..2 199CwnerLnInwn
addition new W.O' I I PalmerJ W agtJnB.nao4. *qr.. .... .. ... ... 1 'l 40 ....''DXofs. .:.... .. .... ... ...I 519 a 7
complete. It 9'i b used for an line of A qr of nw qr jec' I Peck It A............... n\qror.H .." ..3J t 41 1 t1 OwiierUnknown..4w X.oCne. ne of l'eX... ... ......... 511 I 3 4
office, the one they had in the 28 an n by Jacob. Johnson in I .ner9' .. 719 h 27 Owner khkuown, ... ...'81 ...... .. .. ...... ...., 5I9 19
store was: town Starke 7 13 .. Ii Owner Unknown .......nw. of".'nw" ofS.sw of n..... r ,1519112r .

: actually crowded out. Dillaberry- -, Jos' T 18$ |sam as above t 3! 0 ;nl"of Qo ofntr sqr .. ... .-: 75Peck. M.6 Owner LTuknown... "X of :ne )>ls.,; ..;...:. ...........315191. 34
of sw4' ofe oC nw" -
;' R A Tho3 A Peck Ownertiaknown.nwV se'
agt of oJsvqr se.
Mr. J. S. Dowliag, RX.. .. ..|65o ft on sec line n & slx-ginninj s Jwqrofseqr ntq" 0 'qr Rqr neqr .... 2': 2tO I 5 Owner ...... ofleX..... ... ..... ........... :134 19 -
Griner of Melrose, informs I 210 ft from cor of lit'j: 'hcl se qr Parrish W 31 .... ...... .neqr o(wqr .- L .. ll! Owner Unknown..s) of 'lots 1. 2, 3 and 3. s3 of lot 12..... .... 415"4200 41 .:
us that he made 3 I neqr o! ...13 8 10 0 Owner Cnknown... '' X of lot 8 .... ..... .... .....2 5. 11
barrels of sorgum tlrs j ofsqrneqrffsqrHQftc. .. ..... o'nefr .. 3 (1 4 6 Owner Unknown... ...n\ andeofse ... ........ .2
swqr swqr .w.ofS 53
year and has promised write !I w ( s } "by. j'I I Pari..hStA\ H... .......... lot 12 s3 lot ;. ... ...Sl.. Owner Unknown..... ... of ne, .. ... ....... ........ ( 5. 19
.- tide t us an ar sec Hue 28 29 by Madison st I f I w)4ofswqr I .... 3. I 2 2 2 61 Owner Unknown..s.. of... ... .. ....... .. .. '': 5.3
ou sorgum in the near_futuie. I in of qr.' 9 I \ I I II -.-.. .. ..... .. .. n Ide of sear of .. It z 4 Owner w.'ornw ....................... :1 5.. 100
: neqr 622J 6} 7'3 -- .. ... ..... 'I 8WIII'0 ser orwqr G 6 t t Owner Unknown..e..Lts 6. 8 nX oC lot 7 .X of lot 12 nJ,of lot 10...is 5. a
Mr. S. J. Sternburg and Mi. E Edwards.. F M... ..:inw qr of sw qr n 1 of sw qr of sw qr 1; eo; l 11 -, ..... ... : Jut ;, hlk hWlrHtr Butler... 30 Owner .. .. 1.2,5.8.9 nX 10. 11 s3" lot 7..j9' 5..
Waller of J. II. Edwards. \VPajrtTAj '. :.- j rG22 I I I .. w: \Olcronalito Lke ..... 3 5 I Owner Cnko\'n.. .1t8 ofse .... ... ...3,6. ...... ..... I LO 5. 1 99Ownertnknown
Unkown.
}JUrlH"nj8. .. "' .
Kuileton. p" i .3 51 Io 7 .... .... .. ..
... 2 72OwnerUnknown..n3
are Allen .. .... .':4 acres in se qr of qr ;..28! 4 4 19 eufseqr 31 ...eXof, sw ..1
In the city, the Litter prSPtng ; s ReddingWi .. .. ... ou ,. i.ideofseqrorseqrornwqr ...2J 6 2 : ind n,ofswX neofseJ( .. ...... .,..24 5.. -
4r of 93
a .J .1. . ..ue ne .36! 5I
i ot qr 5'1 40 4S 10 .. .40
Irotler Mrs. Fclnlin. t w.'ofr.iWqr .. 8 0 Owner Lnknown..... "Xof ) e." of of e .I
nelsXofnw ;
: g.J t
J..M. Truby.I W .1..1) acre in twnlf Lawtey . I I 98 RoblzIsonWyLie..i.. ueqromncqrnwarofneqr5ac8in nw Owner nknown.......sw.of nt.ne.of se' s"of w.l of gW X I: I :

Gurney W II aql; for! .. .. . .. .. .. *. .. .. .. I I t cor of sqr of .. 2; 5 ; 9 nw1. ............. .. ..... ... 'I '
,:,.Tbc. young people Henrietta M of I .. .... .,. .eqr ntr .. 6 19 7 .... ........ .. .... ...... ....2 5 ..
Church Ofihe 3rcthoilist Gurney.'sw qr uw qr 29( 7121, 40 2 72 ten HeddilKWA tsWml.... ...... .nero .. 15H: Ownertnknown. ......eX. oC nw n ... ."................. '" .. l' 27
surprised their paster Goodman, Green B. .je i of'nw qr less 7 acres in nw cor. ..14'Gainey 611 g(. 82 ..wX Off't.inwqrofswqr ...1 5", 10 142 Owner tnknown.... 4.5.tand J ( ......... ..... .1. o 113
on last ufIeqr 1. :
Wednesday B F .. .. !8W.qi' of sw {Ir. .17)) I-i 40:. 1 Rozier.TasS ......... .fl.r 0 ... 5 8 80. Owner Cnknown......."X Lt f1.12sX of lot 1. .... 'r: 5 4( 80
evening with a liberal ... ... wJ Ii 52 1 .. .( ..... 240 .
f' very 's } of lot 12 .12 Rver FI ... of ii' IrMroflwqr .. OwnfrUnknown .ne ofsw. ofpe!ne' ... 5 56 '
5:20.: 40 8 03 nJ 12 59 '-
dpoatiou. tot Owner ) ........... ... ......... iso : t
i irum_ _-. George, D W ... .. ne qrof nw qr' .28| 52! 3S: 7 44 Tho A. ... iieqrors.trieqrotswqrs3. ofpeqr ... 1 50 16 1 1. Owner Cnkown..lne...... ofnw nX of1v se of swJ Ofse'fracofswose3 !
.We were show'u af ull G reen. E I of ne qr' . -, rai; so')' 4 94askins. I tver: :' M ..... w X of s.-ctr .. 5" 8 5 ...........1f......!35 S
: .' I-* on last gr'wn' corn tassel G '1 or of nc qr nw qr of.sw qr . 91:, 522'| )! 19 rohcrson Ricbard.. .. .... .. s.34 0 njrofseqr .... I 62 2 I Owner ......... .nw.(...... ., ........... .... 54 t,
Saturday by Mr. Robert 'I 1 0 ..... { C sw Oner Unknown ... .. of ne' n Xofne 13 r
: M..e .
; Lee 523 '
House of 1
of .14 ( tc.lrneqlofSrIXofsJo ..e ow\andhwJofsw"
I sw :
.
\ qr .. .. .
Lake Side. 6,22, ons Owner .... of ne3 . .. : t. ;.
He said he had. many more of nw qr .. .3, 622, ICO,! 5 / 0. 0 eron'1rlwqrofncqrte ; ...G 5 I 1 16 U Owner Unknown..e..,. ofsw" ..... .... .. .... ........ -. fO 27' .
at that tune. House. w jot sw qr . 6122 I Rsnvte Wm at Jno S .. Owner nknown.... s.'of ne ofs, nw 512( 6 40
Angelne 188 t of nw qr ;! ; Sru.utn. :-....... swqr .!sCQr .. I' 72 OwnerUnknown. .... .....wXoCR' ............of..6..4 f I S"11 % 73OwnerUnknown
We would c .3.6,22j, 160i 660 0 I n Will' fneir ncqr of scqr .... 1 3 4: ........ l lesslO 5%1
b oblge to -Those people Holloway, Wm.... ... s qrof ne qr ne h of sc qr . ; 620| I St J L .... ... .... iieqroleqrw t X ofseqrncqrofswqr Owner .........' of sw.1.......ars........ .. .... .....r:1 11
who find in the tax add s 1 of s i of lot 4 . 720 140' -0 35 0 1'lr ofswqr .... 1 719 Owner Unknown...... wX ofst sw .... ......... ......... ....18. Scl" 5M .
if they Oweer Unknown.. wiof (: : ;! '.- I swqrnmneqr I't9 20 :5 Owner t.nknown....... ofsw .............. ...... ..... .. 119 1 W .
wouldplrL tem t us. so that we can .. nwqr scqrof nwqr ; 722; 120J .; Sh'\JB.t:......... 0 neqr .. I ; I .0 6 Owner nknown.. '..nw." ofnw ...-.. ... .. ... ... .....:4 S1 199 ;
I the corrections.MM. .. nwqr pf nwqnseqr of neqr neqrof I I ; ... ..... I"oqr oll.clr ...1 t I Owner Unknown..e, % of sc sw of I.,.. .. ... ........26 5 21 l' 341S
; .- seqr ..34 ::22'.' 120 3 4.; I 1I.aW\\.A.I Iij ... .... w. Of tir ci" neqr s3 'ov.neqr ... jl9 7 OwnerUnknown..jnw.\C. sJl ofs3 .:...... ............10 L"l 7135
19
.' sj of ., Oi nwqr nwqr OF swqr .. 4 18 I., OwnerUnknown..seofnw ............_ ... .. .... s'n 4 199
Ofm and family left for 0 nwqtvofwqrof neqr nwqr I I ok .... .1' 1 I 19 ... .. wJi ofsw. ,
their '. of of 71d| 5IE.: ... l'l'qroFt"tr .. 19 Cwner tnknown. neof f''i ofnw' ofLe..s 511140 38Z
old home in Miss.,on teqr swqr swqr swqr .3 : 300 6 77 'I f.W'tr Pt' nwqr .. ( Owner nknown... ... -
Wednesday morning nwqr of neqr nwqr of swqr j jseqr I I I sv1roFswqr ..12 8 (19 1" 9 5. OwnerUnknown... ".'\''e) of neqr........ .. .. ....'..10. 5' 31' 2 72 "

they leave a great many friends in the city .of swqr wi of M-qr .36, 7'',22'; 300' 7 87 Smith Dr A ? .......... le'r of ntqr ... 9 .2 Owner -Inknown.........nJi ofnJi.... .. .. ...... ..... .. .t: 5..1 .19 ':.
I who were sorry"to zee"them leave neqr of ncqr swqr of nwqr . 2; H'': 80'' 2 72 lw1lroCnwqr '"0 5 7 "4 flj fl 182, Owner {.nknown..... "Ine of ne., wX ohle' nw 'i sJi nf swl ..141.. 1 rr "
especial i etrofii.qr n wq.' oC swqr swqr orneqr.... Owncrtnknown.. .. ..mX ofnw) ofSt'.It.sw ( ofsw;! ofei\ .... 5. 180
ly the "General. neqr neqr . 3| J.221 40i 1 99 I Scarborough h Wm A... .. ncql'oFD'qr ... I.jI 5 5 19.. ----.W.... .... %,ofnE' ofne"..... .. .. ......14! : 2' '
.'. nwqrwofneqrseqrofneqreof i I I I nwqroFnwqr ..... 3 5 .. -" ...... \ ofnc]( ........ .... .'I s .. 4 1119

t i Messrs. s7j. Temple and Col. II. M.. seqr swqr of seqr .. 51 822'' : 400! 8 60 tikland A 0 ......... "croF lqr :.:. 3.2 240 to 1317- ....... .x of ofnw.vX nw.sX ofswofse of\ow", less5acres.ofse,1, ... ..... .24.' 5 19 55jOwn'r i

Smith have at their own 'expense e1 of ci nwqr eqr of ei of swqr . 8' 8 22. ; 2 35 Swille OWln. .. ... I n\.qr OF bwqr c'r .2 40 ,81 (

very neat and built a : wqrofseqr ..14! 822!: 6' 1 9 1el WU( at Bie...i .. ,.2 : : ::::::::: of n3! of r.e!'.4.. ;......... ... ..... 213 ,
substantial ol"e .. 3 8 Unknown..e
bridge ( 0
l
on Rail srnl'qrnwqroFneqr .
1,
road street between 0 ulofneqrofsernlofneqrohwqr..21' 8,22, 40! 1 9 Temple Louis agt Bes.'ip. .... I Ownt'r t'nkn wn... ....nX of nw.1 ReX oflnW OClIt''X I: '
-p the city and e neqr neqrswqr.J . [ . .
822 IdOl! 4 ... 10 IS
Temples 5 0" for 18 OF ceqr nwqr o ... 1p.'t Re4 of se eoli of sw sw, or sw.. i ts400; 860
Mill h that people can now from \ W i of neqr sj of neqr of neqr seqr 31' I I Temple LouIs agt Bsie. #ncr .. 7 Ownertnknown... nW. ofne n'' ''fsw lIe o.ffe ... .... t8FN 34 '
.t place to the other go one of seqr swqr ei of wj of nwqr .26c ; 822|' 300 6 77 No ist'. .. .. for 18' 3 OF ncr nwqr of i eqr .... 3 5 Owner l1known.... ..sXoCne' nXofSt', lie" ofsel .. ..... .... i 4 g
'- ._ by a nearer route. } of neqr of el of Thus TB .. .. .. ..qroFnwqrThiiiien ...2":1 40 2 & Ownt"r 1. Dknowo.... ... .nX of sW. .. *,. ... ,..... .... .. f. & 2 2
neqr o
; : nwqr seqr I I .
Wm Esiah. Own rUnknown... .. wX nf re! ne.li 01 w14 nt'Ji ofswsw.4
:. Our oflice was honored this week by a- nwqr of seqr ei of seqr of seqr. l I 922 1'O, 860 WetkM .lSt......... ... ... reqroFswqr 2 7 7 2 ..... .... ". ............ .tlfse.4. 61tSJO 4112
of seqr 12 Tiiirpii Wm ugt Kesiah. nX oC OF ....2 15'. 102 Ownertnknown..ofne ofne.li of sw' of .
cJ frlr Mr. & Mrs. B. seqr 922 43! 2 72 i.eqr seqr ner 1"- nE' ej of
.P. 0 .. .
Jones of 'ceks. for tS same as above ... t 19 3 nwnw.ofiinW'ofse ..... ... cIs 63'
V/Josta. and Mrs. N. X Jones of A full line school books at B. II. Jones. Lake View Lou e No. 63 ot F. & .%.. --. .. .. twqrofswqr 0 .. .2; 4') 33 OwncrL"nknown..nW' of8"} Cracor.r.w of se C1'8coC8w1' .4 :
a' this UT. --. .. t3.-OF C) "r eqr .... 2. S: t ofse's4ofse2f8e ........ ...... 61s1
cty. We appreciated their kindness but PROFESSIOAL- Regular) Meetings/ swoml ad fourth Thomas JtSt E.. twqr OF S4"X of nwqr ..31 519 OwnerLnknown. .. .eXofne ........... ........ ..... ... 8o 2'1l 3C8
m do wish that the devil had --- Satunlay of ftich month 2 o'clcok. I ttlr of sqr 16 8 4 Owner Unknown..sw1. lessne4oCsw1Re ( ...u. ..... .. .3 840
:. had the floor IHIMKtt' L.'l'iiEhv: SHIFEIIDEK! CHKSTKU: .' TumhlinWwagt BY..... 6 Owner nkn'n.... ...sw of nw\ of nw, se oC nw3, .... ... i.I 54 233
cJcln! d. Secretary. "'. onTml Brooks_. .... swqrofnlqr ... r 2 40 5 t Owner Unknown.......ne" ofnw nw cfne" e3' ofne'" If iiesW.4 ".
t :ta't"r. -- ...... s.'ofloll ... Ii 524 40 less ne,' of S Ji.......... ... .. 5.11 :21
Col. W. W. Moore had ATTORNEY-AI-LAW & NOJARY IMP' OltDER .s Jacob.... ........ .l'lr 14r ....2 40an. Owner Upknown..... 8W.!( of nwi( nwJ .(f ne1.... ... '. ..0.12 n 61f &2.31
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.: ba a very se OF1EDi. Halbrk J R ......... nw qr of fe qr ... 114 : Owner Unknown..nw.ofnt wXoc.nwl 5e .
4ofswX..I.J 611
vere sick spell at Tallahassee, but we (coLA, Tit .. ::o. l. Kelly !J.... :..... ... dO of B qr .... 1 t Ownt'rUnknown..tXof8e ieas10aees...... .. .; 618 I .846 C-I
are FI.-COI.I east side of of ..I I. 3 I 2i Ownerljnknown... ... ofne4 eX ofs434 e3ofsw 'ofse .:,: :llIQ'
pleased to I (1 \ sqr e 1
be kindled :11
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say i himsl again. He 0 ''at'. t (,I Wednesday's tk'p. --- .. .. . .. -!' ( me 'rof.w qr ... of8t')( nwl, onwJ ........ ..I' I:118 a 272 6'OwnerUiaknown..n& 'IOwnorUnknown..w3
has the thanks of TELEGRAPH STAKKE BHADFOKD-COCKTY.0 '. ',i'f-ir. Wiarwatn: S'arkf, ria. n'of'eqroswqi. ofswqr oC Eo qrof24 5264 ofne( ofnt' iiwJ ofne. nofsw! of

favors. for F.OR I ;alq'tn': JJroih-'rs cordialiv": inv to Redman .. . .wqr .... 5 I. : 34 nes&ofne I 11-'lessne.ofse3 w I
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and Real of ..,
e' ABSTRACT OP TITLE. E j !X se qr b 1 :4 oCnw w of 8WY of nw4 neJ 'fl 0
; e =__ law j..1 JO.llp"h' I"lman &Carr..for 1A. "aea, above ... 2.5 n'oi ofsw n& ofseY4 ofsw ....... ... isr
; tale 3l 1" 801
Col. W. W. .Moore andCapt. a.pJy. 0 &.0 m. h.Jman &Carr. ..for 1s same a'ahove 5 6.. Owner Cnknown...... sX ofne nofse.ofnw nX ofgw', cC! 0
Clark each J. C. showing every Deed. W .-I-AM: I.KChiefof F, Stut .... ... ... .... .. se qr of nw qr .. 4' I I S I nw" ...;.......... ......... ,.I 1i1 II 11'. 344 0
obtained a position Moil e.'LfeD..Tax Sale,'* Judgnens.Aiichment. taut rbt for same: us above ... .
Owner Unknown..nW" ofne
at the j : KHeiti'cua'rlers 1N1 eofsw ofne. eX of w'i fl
: Legislature of PtibTcjRfcorl __.__ ( 0(1": 8rut . for 18j above ... 2 t 8e' ... .. ........ ( '..
.. without a single opposition. i aDd all mailers StautJohn.... ..... .... ale a .. 5 t. a Osofse 7Cwnt'r
m The former h Sargeat-St-arms & file affecting' Titles' of n.a'.E'SO'ICE' nwqro'lqr iieqrofnWqr .. 5 t.. 8 2 ; Unknown..w of8.W'. ..ne..ooC..w... ..sX. ofse.. ifsw.j4'. .0 jl
of the Senate ; FOR P U DLI CAT!ON. .. .. I'I 2 ; ...;..21 530
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*. 4. the later tate in Bradford county. up ( L.&DOsFjC Stat1..l1 ....for 1AKme I above .. a 0 Ownt'rlnknown..eJiofn. wX ofs 1 ........ ::. ... :.., lltl 4 ;
.s enrolling_clerk of the House. dat of'.bsraL'i } GAINESVILLE, f Stul ..... ..for. .lSj .ame al above .. Owner Unknown..w X of swli se. of neJ......... .... .s 61 12 344 .:
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; *-: FIJI. March 10th .. Cwner .. of nw
The Rev. ; ; 1886. f -----. .. ... .. 2.35I8 : wXofnwJiofff'se\'otsw..b 611/11 40t ::
Dr. Armstrong and I '. 0 sXoFsqrseqroPlwqr .. I Ownertiiknown..ne.!( eJi ofnw :
Mr. B. 0 : or C E Notice is hereby gven: that I nw "e te, ofsc, .U. .. 14
B. )tnUern, of Franklin FIR the folnw.rpp.t .: OwnerUnknown..ne 4 ?fne.IC nX Of8. .1i ofnw\ ufnwJ..ofl-J I' ,
Pa., spent several e \ g te.L'er1.I.oodou&' 'np named settler has fled notice of Ji il = ne qr or n;qr e."OF nw qr and'nX OF sw 2 5 HI 6 81 e'4nXofsw orse ...... .. ....., 611 n 331 'rner.nnown..w
days in the Globe Co eliPonto make qr and pwqrOFswqr ... 3 .0' ofne ..... .. '
city last week. iJffore; % final proof in support of l rJno \' .. .... 12 213 ne1ofw .61181. 3 44 0
nwqroFseqr .1

leAvingne Dr. delivered 'a most able 0 _/'' -- 0- 1.1s Jiade claim, and that said proof will be CirrJno SV..................l....'H:, saineasabove 1& Ownernknown..u of ne. o'ne'tw...orne'\lIX.. ...:. .ofne.. ...O1nWJnw3ioinwJ .I. 1S1' 1') 3 46eXofswone

"' the Methodist Church BRICI-LA.: ? IN'U Lcorel. F. York, Clerk Circuit Chef4ue Jno agt W ot .amel above G._ 24" Owner U n k nown... ne oC ne' eX afr.w1 of nc'i IIt'Ji or 1I.i:
which Court Butler Fla.. on Thursday Hf11 w qr OFne qr W4oiie.of I .,
.. ('Ii'stu.iJnoagtW1eir.'S1 2 ceofnw1
atxyie .
wRi highly I June 218M7. viz 11.a" u o se swCseIoXO "e.il.
Griffith ( .' 1\ of 61R"f
: Berry 'hesineJnoatWjjeIrs.
of
; ::1. I nppf'iate'l 0 0 F-lal.. II. E. 9501 for Lawtev Yarndor JL ........... "'Hlt a above OwnertnknowD. ..... ..nXo nXnXoCseX olnw' .... .. .......'.:...' .18"120 5115 "'
.. ; Mr. E. Strong of Jamestown N. ,. the XwJ of Sec :S6 C. oF"wqroFswqr roF8wqrKwqr : 62 Owner Unknown ....... .e.XC s.M ..... .............. .., ,,'191 .'
has returned J.. :F._ J. FIELD .; Tp 4. S R 21 E. of i"'r ... I 1\ 10 OmerUnknown.. fl4.i 0 se ... ...... ..... ..... ...2.1 6191of8e : 1118 1118 .t
the city for He seqr OF seqr ... Ownernknown. ..... nX
t n few aays. names the following witnesses to .. 15 ': oCnE'1 wX ( eX orrcua lW". .., 6:1911 468
14 Perhaps t stay it is hard to* leave a U now MttlM penuuMntto rd, prove his continuous residence upon, aiulullivation l1h. henry ... ... n.. OF OF neqr nwqr OF swqr .17 .. 12 2 6 19; Owner OwnerU'nknown..inw.' "... : 91 P9s1e.ofse' t-
: 0. 5ViIiams H J ... .... .. ..w .m 9 'Z .. Unknown..seofne. .JiOfO'v-"ijw3( i. \, .: x. if ? .<
beautiful climate lie ours, and w ; donot do S.rcWol Ki "ID. ; of, said land, viz: --- ..'. ..... .. 'w OF nfqr 0.' H'qr .- 21 f 18 ? I t .. "."........ ..1 619 14
wonder that Paper A. W.; Prevail, of Highland: Fla. j toFSroFnl'r ....2 511 Owner Unknown... ..w., ol II nX of s;; .......... ....::' H 11 0
he has return, his sou wa Good. James S. Rczier. of .' ) I). ........ swqronWqrw.3 oFseqrpnwqr ... i ) 1- Owner Lnknown..nwX. OVfl neJI ofse 3i...... ........1 D I 2 4:0OK"t'r
\"rr.faviJ
Unin now about and m r T. B. Roziei % bqr or swqr w.1 OF 8"11 SCfl cFseqr nei L.rknown..toW ofsw. ... .. .............. ,, illl60 1 "
.- i feeling quite well -. i o' Lawtey. Fla. i. ql'OF swqr .18 5 Ii C'\'I.er Unkncwn'. ....ev ofnwf ... .............. .. ..10. Il'I 6.1 1 99tikxown .
Winsor of the 7j"f \ A. Redding, of 'Wdn"t w.. ... nwqrozivqr. i ...Ii :J3 7 U O> pr .... iso( ofse.v .......... .. .r... .. '1318:1 1 I..
Jut Supreme :irtgo eciiebt23& 26 no It
Court of .. .. ... wX oCnw ;
nown. ,
"? S. C. Tucker. F o'T. : .n wX of si ofucJ4 .f I'IC ...; i .
H
l ; w u running par.l1d to R R X3tili' 4
) T. ....
who
has been t tnknown. nwl eX ohw
spending the 41 P.a.dI1Iarch 19. wi osesw.le or .
winter Jo. 'S7. 6t : Henister I. I. ;e 2 >Ft ten 0 to see Ii .e then w of ....... lit. tt i191aOUertnknoVn I
with Mrs. A.M. & thridjih. I sal .... .. .. .
.,- W. in their ver plcusj nt G in i U. S. Lan5. (}f'ce. i; \ : .. .... I !U oF1Ot456 I : Ime bliDnin ..2 52 1 27a.trttnry 'n..'ocr 1a-"mvn nw" oC ne W f : ......, "I a CO { .
Collage at Kingsley Lake: :)returned I )f'\ buay f. L. W KICZa .)'! Y 1"UI';' .. .. ... 1. :neqrcswqr ..... 1: 12 a :::.:::: se oCnel nw r : -h :' ... I gii614eo ;
> \\a.ktr J .; .: 01 UnkoOwD.'se. 0 nw sw o'swv t'1L .r .' ...... 'i1. 611":1
I'. Ownf'r ,
home. We would have been glad to have: IarT. J NOTICE. I .cqroi' n.qr ... : ;. 4() ..: 1nknown .. .. ofsw .ofK se.t.rSt'.n619,1, 4Ownert'nknown .'

seen him4n Starke oftcner .. I I .. ADDITIONAL LIST. ..... lse.v 0 f nw. .... ........ .. ....... 21.. 6I9, I 4m .
than we did. hereby notify the citizens of Starke ......... Owner Unknown..sw', :. ... .. J 19D
Mrs. Winsor remains until May. U. D. I N 'and surrounding country that I have .1 r:2:
ser 01 21.3 a less acres.. .. .
[located my oftic over the store of N. J. oil O side OF nwqr J6 51d Owner Unknown r ; : ::: :: :: : 1 21. 6il 6- '
I 4 1 rl Ilas sa. 0 ne.. sw I oC : .. ..:. :. AI'
The excitement over the marriage of a ..t'LJoncsit Co. where Ian be founevprv ..5.darns D ..... .... 110l OF land on 85 nsiie e oFseqr w orneqr n &s ioun.dt1 .11 5 11 2) 50 6 O\\'Der Uuknown :::: ::. S' 0 C. .. .. ........ .d.. ..... '.,26. : J 2'2OwnarUnknown. :2
'Saturdayfor the 3X OwnerUnkno\\"n..s. ofDe .......... e',
couple in town purpose ,
young proves to be no.e-'in un byV R Glison s bt 6-19
; a fals k ',," jthe taxen of the I f on w .. sX less nX ri.\v'iic. .; .. .. .. ..... ,, 1119Ownt'r
A bJl1fl ClemQn3 .29 819
Mrs -
Eosler n by W .
alarm on sdnesday last the report 't(]ford Every prtion (2 Jrat- ( Day & R. Unknown :.:::In.v 0 r nw. .... .... .................30' 6,190 m .
stIut 0 eounty. -> I .... is"l 5 Owner Unknown....... v...... l'11
V "inc11rt. .. n. ofn, .... ... .. ...
: ( Unit Mr. B. ii.-Jones was married the cordially' im.lo to call ant' sec ine (. : ........ lX oFswqroFser .. : G2 2 ..: Owner UaknoA\n. ......,nX, o' ne ...:.... .... .. .... ._:31' 619.t 6:1ISt If 4 m

'" night before t Mi .s Boram and all 0 4 ompauied land deci>, as I 1.a.\all.Iuo E ...... swqr OF eqr teqr OF .. 12' .19 4 j; Owner nknown.. .. w. o. ne........:.... ....... .... ..13316.1014.12i t '2Ow
-' day want to make a close and corruis-"ss- : : It A .... '' nW'r I :.6 I I .er Unk nown..ne. onw.le Or"'wnwJor& .. .... .10",1'19'1: 1O INwner
k ;. 'long thcr18 a great dear of talk and the 0 j went for the year 1SS7.Bespectfully. bimp.c. !'li.e ...... .. Ewqr\ rfsqr fn\yqr "- 12 2 12 ; Unknown. ...'S1l It'88sw C s .v.. .. .4........36, &1911'i S 48
"Gen." would Isaseewuj..n ......... IU 4:) 47 Owner Unknowli'"' ..'sX r X X 0 IIX IiIw. ollt" .... ... 348OwnerUnkno
neither deny I neqrof. elIr' ...... vn I 620! -
the rn '
statement L R Tmc.... .. : 42 40 .... '" 00
7 .. oC of 51 u. 0 et2 e X 0 f w ... ... 8.I3
: nwqr ... .
X. nwqr I '''''''h' l
fl, cay' that i was so. which left the people! II Ii q o : ,- 4w. Tax *-* AIXRG UT. Iwqr 52 10 52J O\\'DerUnkno\\..u.'...... ne.' 0 C,nt'' ........ .............. .,. 61!. 4 714
I
: in doubt. Assessor, Bradford Co. Owner Unknown .... .., w. O. sw ... .. ....... ........ .".. 1 asOwnerUnknwn "
1 I .... ..n) otloti sVlotl2': ................ 66 1'. .1 99-.. -
V7ATCHMAKERfc Owner Unkno\\"n. ......n. OfIotsl4S s. r'f. lot 3 ... .. ... 6 ..1 .
$ O'l'"ner Unkno. '..... v .oN'I
"Weelkis-:: 0 D 0 f o ._.... .J 11.1 .
DI..lado.oCPr..rllp. 0 i I OwnerUnkt w:1. .. ...IJX oC 1JcCs ... ... 4. ;
JEWELER ;
The y. Owr.erUnkuowu.... .. 4.
Jones
I & Co.. i is by I' XO're"'oflJw"w i .
mutual consent day dibolved Mr STA. l J.A The POLICE G4ZETTB I gn rUn les De1 ofswr 6 .
will =
fr ,. be i 1J.1.!! I .::. :::
B. I Jones QPECIAL securely wrapped ..
r retirein II. Jones con'UnueiDC ateiu-n given t" reiatiring 'Ctt to any address j inthtv Cnit
.- the n t Clocks and Jewelry. *:?.. *( At: >,1't Stateforthremoathon.jptofpoab1e
bqines. assuming all r rl prices tnr cash.Vniunr.f 1 ; & If
ponuuiluies te firm. PAce ) a'. 12 1881-tfmd I ONE l.lAR. "
B. II. JOSES, : Aujiuil9. 1882. I d ', e cY of nw34 e.s of U W! I : ,
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.o.nt .
4 -. B. P. JONES. :: & f r \ .. ... .... ( ofne. ... Eth 1" 1 99OwnerUnknwn.

.- BLanc, FLw, April 15 1887 '4t I I ...... ....... 199OwnerUnknow jrv-
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J' rO.rl1 zI < "i'.:' 1I"I I J. 'JW' A. was our lot (In' 'onl\y -
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DOwa .X onots 1 2 310tR t G Ii : .. I .sW'r. visit! the Mnrfy7 .T"'hrf.
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lot 1 r X of Iota 8 91 ...... .. ........... 31 630cao .WI 00 1 4? at 1/.' eXofnerlwq'ofDer .. .... .3' iI :I |nni :;f- iti1n7.: of the FirerTj'ipikjt *.r .c
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awX ofseJtf eX ofioineV ne.l .. .. .... 3.1 nwqr or oeqr of Dwqr wX of of. I HENRY kiD _
: all...... .....; :::::::.... ..... ; 1301 3 4Q beqr .. Der. ".' .n\fqr..li" "".".' <, '12t, I I Manager. W.N. BAKE&. CasWefWLL nest. He Wi ve .tti turt*

;: .X IIX of 8"1 16.A)16JO uWqrneqrofgei1rw3ofseqr .... ...I-I'.1.192 1IBwqrofDerRerw" 28 short stY at hi .
.. : nX 6X offX less swVneVofswV ....... ... .1 ]' 3 V33(h) ....... .... ..... : 2I: JAGiSoyx1TL .' :. Mctum'is : _
useful
nX o' se_ 'X of 14 neY of 6'21'U01, e3 ofqr swqrof: .; I ) FL-- .. I knuwJeg. le &b1tt'orKl .
neX andBWJi ofseY se} of ow),'...,...... I 'Ir or of .. .. .' 3. ISO, 2 or : ..'. wbkff suv
nw.l fnwjofsw ...... .. ...... ........ tK 40'O ill 1 W7t ,1 uer. . D\"Jr. Jwqr. 1fq"wqr. .... .:........ a :.. & W ---n-- ..-,. izc a cs" Tlirolngf .i. ani the 4. .. ._ _
. :: :3' nX less e.l of t.e.l...........: 6! w"ofueqrlerofnere"ofslqrswqrof t : DO A Gr BAXKIXa BUSINESS. DEPOSIT I tinct will tica hdtl tu' G I, '
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... ........ .. ...... ] 6'21'UiO' > ... .. ... ... 4 j..i 231 E.u RECEIVED. COLLECTlOXrf | and perhaps'fereal many of -
420 I .. ... ... .. . ... .. 2 GOsI2:19IOIn.'ioto.s.SIlot7. USUAL RATES OF I young men.
:: w otOf.Jt wX less wo 6w- .... .. :::: 10 c'as' : 'I: 5 : ADET KXCHAXQEJtTj:, aa= .
8X otse1 n ........ .. ..... .. ] ; :' 8 t-i CO : l ...._.... G j..rI 2 I' those who do not,roll- tUeWoelvcsyoung .. .' .
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: ..w.otnw" 8"ofl( .... ... ... ..... :211.<] 3 j.tI2HG1 91UsXlot5n-I.tl : S..lo aliIc" fioiu -. .
:: .' leJt of, eV D)i ofseV of nw* IX less uwj.I:1j tj IIO of nlqr \ IIwqi! SW1r nWq! i t men could gt n wne .ivtk. i... .

ot8W.4.. .......... ...... I. 6134: 75-1 swqr .. .. ... :. .. S j.. al I F these lecture. : .
* DW4 O8W V. ...:. 1141 Old leX of neqr swqr or neqr nwqr of sqr eX of : : The Largest Book Store South'JORACJ r'
.'.. .'. DeVofnwV wVofswV: ... '" ....:::: #! 621Ctt 4Q 1 ;9327J t wqrswqrof awqr. ... .. ..... 5..5 2 31lnWxrofneqreqrofneqraernqr Last week Mr. Miner bought two }Ilyr. ,

n X ot n W ... .. ...... .... .. ......... 81) of nwqr .
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$ : : swVofnuj iv "ohw"f.'Xof8e""", ... tj C21C21' I wXofnwqrw or Iwqr seqr of Mwqr. ...10 5 ..421 18 stork amr 1 dead.one. one white crane*1 '

.. sc! of k w.{ ofs.a" .. .......... .... 24 I Ie3' eX of nwqr "t'qr or owqr swqr 1.5..0: \ who ba4 '
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... oneV illS'" .. ... .............. 25 3 4H I w.3 ofneqreqrofueqrseqrw) .... ... I ..:.iJ, 2 45IiWqr : 10 blue Cranes of tome boys '

." If,., .X....... ........ .. 6 C Clj4\214*. 1000 8 Gl ....ut ..10, i E, DREW killed them near SamsQkc.. The-.'" -t.i '
.' all.. ......... ..........:... 6]21'640 1:1:1: e.3 of neqr nwqr or uer ncr of nwqr w) of. :' ;. : : feathered :{
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e.! ofcX uesw.tofse! !. .....2 j nwqr. ... ... 14 : .r..P I 12e3 lire stirt-k were young .. f

fr :: e" of seY ....... .... ........ ....... ::12 ftll,241, 566 1soi of Jwqreof fiwqrnwqr of.wqr.. ....155 I@. 24 \\0. Mr. Miner will raised theul' and .
aI1Iessdw3 of n wVo ; J.w! orsw"..... 8 uer or nW'r of owqr tt'qr of a- nX of I I IVI4r : 1 59 and 61 WEST BAY'STREKT, 1 .
.. ...... .I3. 6j215eU w' ... .. .. 1 I 24O I 12 exhibition at the sub-tropi- ; ;
t all ... .. ............. C2 GI' :, :. place them on ,. '
; eo. all .. .... .. .... ... lots I 2 R 'Ont 9 nI lot I. ..... 11. .j: ; ::all ,
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of ... .. : :: ::. : :.135 I ii-'lSi- 13 0 'lot ... .. .. .. .. J5":\ .,,1ti 7 In JACKSONVILLE FLA. i s exposition to b held at Jacksonvillenext :-. .
:: II" nwk nwvall ... : 61I2) 787 ofut}1. .. .... ..... : 5''; 40nwqre :* .
and
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.... .... 1 6IJ..U 13 0 % ofseqr... .. .. ... 5'I, 12qr8wqrofowqrn3 winter. We may : .
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4J :: n"ofuXs"V o ueV sof i.w uw of !I 1! ? .I 5.; .I 0 I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.BOOK take an interest in thiseiposUion _
. 8".lt8eXUfSW n 10 acres of swi, o' sw,1. *, -I 33ii: : 7 a; n3 oteqrswqr..2.. everyone must ,
ot 5.
. nwJ 01 ceVw-S ofswV I'C'.. (J, .!J 2I', 0-1 I ; .. ..' .:'O 2 tOStqrofi.eqr and do.aUlD his power to help. .- ,
:: w X o' 8\v4 8" 0 seV neV ,.f seV i. less. I : n"ornt'lr"MofseqrwX. . .. . .. : 40'' STATIONERY, PAPEH, ilUSIC, ToYS AND FANCY GOODS -.. .. .
:t sM of"c.\ ...... ... ... ... ...... 93j: e.3 of of ..1 i. 4 show up Bradford county in the proper > .O .

.a .. oX ot Lle\ "'.It nfneV tswlf ('.& of nwV tlX tj.I 41621.-I'1 ofswqrwqroti.wqr neqr swqr neqr.nqrof.... .. .I\\'rH.'r,1... .. ..... ," : 18 All the latest Hooks, Newspar and Periodicals re-eiye as as published J. and -e .. ..

i e* seneV '...'............... 6 40 .. w' 0' nwqr .. .,....... . .. .f-" ".. O supplied at publishers list. MysLoek I i is complete in every department.son ,Men-ban shape. _-- _- .
: "
:1. 0 teVpeV o gw.V.g.V ...... I j 6t2O I. 3 45 t21 :. . .. ... .. .. styj: I i2 and Consumers prices low Northern .of tie :'.
.t .. of nei-owV ofneV cio' uw'v Vwvfof I I Il n", .... .. ........ : : 71 mavdepeu.I on Getting a KH any. city. Al The members aid congregation, '

.-:' .' nwX 0 swt II"X of s" )........... i 62:30O: 787 ofnerlofnwqr.. ..... .. ....... .......3- 5.'j; .1 orders tilled promptly and -enratery. Church, of this city, made _
.t. swV aefc'.eX ofueJt vrXofM-V"Q II"J i \ LO' Have also largely increased my sto&- of IASC BALI COO and now hav Presbyterian "

::, 8X ofnwJt 0 I.W".... ........ ....J ,.. 20; 600. .of. nwqr. .nwxr. of..swq'.j. .,.... .... .... "..G O 2 ev r.thiu! iiuliulinDATS BALLS )BELTS CAlS. MASKS, GLOVKS. ani 5)flY1d1t at the residence of their .. ': .
.''Pi :: DXofnXsX sw3 o.nw.. ... .. ......1 9\6 J\ !.+::I.lorn .jw"swqr. ..... 2 '.. so :01 ; prices from I the cheapest the best. are low and i>eoial.terra" ; Thursday .
. ofs V- .. ............. nU t pricl Rev. B. B. on .
nXofLe.pX 6..ltXl4 .0 of i.wcr..9. 7 II 70 : l1\Uic
. :: I ,,1trof.ernwqror' .eqr. ..ueqr... ..... .... ..If' ; ;(. 5t' I will be wade to dealers or clubs buying quantties. :* o Pas and a*U rarely happens, it wa* .. : -.
:
:: 13 6r" 3*'\ R GO.14 'w.trofnwqr 01(11. . . ..15' : 41) 4 .. April 7th .
.. ....... .......... 6J120 345i w.'ir fswqr. 1. 7tJ.I' 1 ioraoeDe : fide The ladies carriedthe
seew... ..................:........5 6.' 40 y W"'OrK're"ofswqr I. 7o4XlI' I. : 'I bna surprise. wa-i elegant' .o. .
gofie1, nwV4of8eVneV CJfswX ot sefi \ ofn rfleqrofnwlr..0' -. JAUKSONYJI'LEJFLA: refreshments. The men

o. swViseD of 8W." ...........-... ''Ii 508 je'Iswqrofne'lr"eqrornwqrw ofnwlr'.X... ;l: 7oE20r&: 20; I the waiters beautiful and .
it1" :: > ofseJts\\.I 01 seJ 'st'- of i>eV reof 6\12311\ I of nt-4rSWqr ofw 8IY _____ ____ and varied of
flWqr 5
-- ------ 4 '- -- -- token
: t.w...... ........ ..J..... ... ..lift, : 492 I.I.'ofnwqre3 ':1; .9 ----.. attentive. Many substantial .
-: flWotnw1io SWWofsee3of I.J He*. ., .
" ,nwqrofneqrn worthy
'lli
IIw.\ 84o nw OISw) ..."..119 6,20, \ .530 N'f1T: of se'lr !0 "W'r ir..2:1.. I'I'; .0 .. esteem wer left with the .
<, ,. .. s% ofnw\ of TMfc'o neWw'v'o ''o!'; G-'KH' ( )!1 3 osv :'lruXofnwqr !". ;' ilI. 72nwqr ONCEMORETO HE Among which wis .
.. ofsc.)21!! C.l : RONt and his good.Lany. ,
.. e ofneV swV ofnwj s 7X ofseV : \ o } tt- '. ; of e3 72.11-1 '
: .. w34o nw.t ............. ..........I 1 i J'! ,' <' nl'r ofow'r. .... .. ........ ..... :521 J 7 It was a pleasantgaihciing
,i22i I &:.'4;: if). 00 :.w'lrofswllr 4\'eofne'r .. .. .. ... .. ..... s21 4l 40 \vith! the most complete assortment of. )Ute styles 1n. -& welt fllled purse. the : _
.. all less nwjf ofnwV cX fIe of ne., ...:ZI'; 6511110; i !alI. . .. :.. .. 5:1:U. 2 5 it was ilso pleasant \ .
.. all.... .. .. ...... ... ........135"' 6--.640' ; 130 it' ofll'rnw'lrofnpr nwqrof.erw.4seqr : ;! 2 existing between Pas .
nw1, nw.. ofswV seV ofseV... ......"Jii 1! 6.. 210) 560ofi.eV Iwqr w% of wqr. 7' 5I5.< .215 FINE BOOTS AND SHOES ()R harmony: of feeling .
'" flew seV ct seii ........... ...,'271 6.l':, |I.tC)' 542TseV '"all ner. . . .. .. ... t. 16.(: 2 1:1wl : only thing that dan p- -
. 8 ofnei w4ofwX.... .... ... .l-JSt'6.. ifo" i' S) I' otsw'Jr ... .. .. ... .......9. '! Mt' "* '.* tor and poplle Tie ..
De. of neii: vX of tV ol neV ne\ of t>ej.| I I I' ofow'lr ... '321 8(1. 5 the New Year's TRADE. Great in Footvrfear. ened fCitiviy waMhc telegram' rcceivdj .
:: swot iiw. n. ols. sS or. 1 "' I n ncqrofnwqr w. 1 5I UI') I 8 Bargains the death of
$A.ofs3...................... .. | 6")0,1.I-Se') 639 eofl! '''lr swqr of 1: 5 "': 1 ; MrJ Matiiceaunouncinj? .
'. .. r.e.' or : W.' seV of mvV' wX o SW.L'. ufi 1301' 1 m"lr nW'rof U\'qr 5. ",:8 I 32lu.t No Fancy-Prices. Only First-Class father but even in her great _
Ie. .'". .. .. .... .. ........ ... "'' ti,>"' OH" 3 02reV n. .. .!. .ofsvqr..s. ., .. O.1uw'rofh'qr .. OOQI her aged .
:: '. '\ ol f'I less' aci s svt of uw" sw.' ol se I I I ... ; .,) 40 nffliefi-n the must have received some

-.. 0 f SiN. ... ........ ....... .. ... ....,.,.3 6'JB SKI I! 15 .... I or I Iswlr ) although far from .
I I I .. ... .. ............... "15.1; 9JjU. A. L. VON KIRN ronsolation realzing. -
:: : UW" O"II' RW'tOrS4 s3ose! of j I I .' oflprn".of8"qr. ......._........3' "" '' Jto 7 I'u'lrofnw'lr home, she was sUru'nde by s :

ce 4............ .... ... ... .;;34 ti'...: 744; ofn"qrw.'ofswqr. .....:. :.:l. IO: her early I5.e -
e.. a" 0 nX n oft.wi,' s3" OCS&4. ....... : t.. ..2\11' ill 2JJ5 In'ofnt'qrse'r''i .-.... .... ... .5. 2 a1 many sympathizing friends May j,
1.t4 eX of .,... sw; o. ..\ IIW- of "w .,. "I' I all . . ...... .... .,I 2 6 THE POPULAP BOOT AND SHOE exist .
'. s&' ofst ... ... .. ....... .. ... ...I.t'l, .64 I' 05 &10 ofntqrnwqrofserw, ..--. . ..... '1 7 "452 I FLj. pleasant reltrtions long :
.. nw: of.eltn"ofsw.ltof1.e'tSe.l of lIe\' j, i .' ............ ...... iso, 4! 1: HOUSESTARKE 'Osr. \\jio W.' Tiil1E. '

.. ne L'. o! uwi( n/l' 01 self... .. .... ......I rl-'J-1' ? 2!] Ilwqr -

1, w, of uw* ..12' : ''I .- : -- 'mUb'. Groye. ,' .
tr .' ne.t ofnw fracof nwV of nwV anis*.It or .I'I .I iii -: -;. .. BA : : :. .
,, .. nwJt racof nw \.....' "' 4iS :' I: YNES ':. Among the many new groves now bin* .
.. ..... ... .. ,to : .
I 81S 0 neV neV o. beV, .. .. > !I 345: IhciC
s"\ of .. ....... .......... ''iS; 4"1 199 .. Collector. Revenue, Brat'M&rd Co.. put out in our immediate .vicinity ..

::: w, $nwVof! sw% e> o ueV n" ot"l-! .. .111'.. Y 'i',"!,l 4 Dtt April2.I7. .. ji' w' CMU1ELL' be noticed in the northern edge of
1 :: nXofn.\ St'-.II".ofllw 'nXofseltl.IHlI:1J'! I ._ .'- ; may .
.1 .. 0 swV u_ 0 nw4' oft.W .......... .' ;.I.| | 2MXT ..- @ our town one put out wilh 5 & 6 your old
", .. L' 0 f u ,;l nwX ... .. ,.. ..... .. .. ..... ... .. .. ..1| 2 -',oiAI,', "| 410: trees Ly Col. IL it- Smith,

.t .. all... ... ... .......... ....... .....! :3', .I,..,tH 0 13 01 FOR SALE Praotical returned from South Fla.. and says that <.,
tX of nwV nwjj of nwV ne_ ofnf<' eS ol. i Jt I j I. I I the .
., .. ( I 6 'J tfter making sc\eral trip among .
.. ai.T..bW/4.? 8V..TV..V..V..V..V.Vi! I 4"I!! isot satisfied .
is
|' I Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker groves'l.c .
l lots iVs'lS n'x'of lot :2&X lots 10 11.... .....1\ 2i, ," 4 ; g oo) : ; South Fla orange .

..... ...... 7, region
1)ts3 45 6 78 n} l)tsl i"3//! ur jsOnX that the cream of the orange growing
.. ofuwV seV of u* JV w"'o swX.... ... .8'. i '.!: 492 t R. from
.. g.1": ) 6"/! is on the F. IL & N. B-
nXle..ssw. .Stark ff'la 1
Ofnw..I.. . ... 7X .. .1" One of the hand ,
eo. all less ne3? Jt -' 42(1.v 1 : and Starke tWaldo .
r t. nwV of,.eJi aw V of stV c of sw)..... .....1 i : : ."."lUOI 301 :"U A Highl.ind through Lnwtey
.. lots 5 On),' of lots..12 31 .. ...... .... "'1 .:'. 7 ':' "II.'IVJNG LOCATED Stnrke.. in the brick building! formerly oernpifd by C and from thence to Hawthorne
n, one It. 0 se" .. .:... .. .... ... .21 .'. J. E.Vywn.: I pfctfully solicit work in.my line from U I! v citizens of tin- tm\'J1Inll -'urronnihng each side of the .
:...... ... .....I: i' tilt' U in taking In about 10:miles
4 DeJa of"'le flWs 01 tow.li ,. 2 somest places I ( All work wan'antcChargc nioileratv. Hooting, Gutters and
eo )0 county. .
eo' nw.V of i>eV I lessSacredofnw ..... ........ .J '"t 1..1 'I Mmli feadcr a hpecwltv.I : and that the entire absence: of ltlnr'\:
t .. eXoCle.-. uwi i-Xofsw.f nw* ; I I -1'1. : Hot

.. .L';.. .. .. ....... ... ...........oI2t..' .".],".. C4 ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILI EJ. j a| in all that section is'bound to'make thst .
i wotiw L'. &.wOtsw. neV of seV.......,!. :: I 420 situaied''Oitthe { Peninsula much !sought after" '.. :,
-. SXOfD\ se.\ 011..w.. .I! o sw,' .. ... :,"' ''lti1l' -4 JJ Fla. region of our .t I-1
".e+ /0.. n.. nOli X.. .... -............. .. "'I i -1-" ,4J, 10 U) (Col. Smith is a very cautious man: .

.j. beooe! .. .... ... .. .. ............ 1 'J9nwif is .. .
I-illl' it
.. .. .. ......! .4 when he into anything sure
and
.. .e. otne' s3 i o swV .. 345 goes
{
I eose' swV oseV ....... .... ....' .. 9' ..I,1"3. 45 bank of i JACKSONVILLE'.S LARGE DRY GOODS HOUSE. and the fact that he : .
eo i
be success
MtX flew ofsuV....... ..... .... I'' ,> 4 II"2, to a '
ofnw &.'ofmvV.... ..-.nJ! i"'w'' 272 out grove here will rtleive all,
} .. reV OfhW.IC of oeV ..................'ia. _," y! 2._ pUling 1 '-
neoft\e, .. .. ........... .. ..., 4, i"I'.'.'' .1 .Cio. beautifulKINGSLEY I doubt in the minds of the mstsrupulusto .
.. 5 'I .. .., .
u nf t,1., I. KOHN the advantage of this section.
:: eV of neitf less, 5 acre.nX of nwtf of LeV'i I -4KI G & .
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19 3 OH
teV oft.wV 71"sXo'tlev'1 PURGHGOTT BENEO'IT a ,
; .
1'rlmd .
\ .- ofs 1' County
Bradford
) *"* *\ bVk* 1f"*)* I To My \ : -
c' ?! '
..... .J20. | .L.12Oj,] 345wAi 'LAE. : '.
1 of i eV .... -1 .T-- 1 !.18 I.I I I. ; STOCK (} 1 have ngaia been called upon to part .,

nw" o f nei's)$ o' nwV nwV, ofit'.I ......22 -.Jiltw, 4 20 dear wife, She breathed her -
wilh dI
) ... ........2:1: -21UII' 9 34i ; my "
6Xsw.ofwwiofl'e two ; .
A story "Smnnipisiiks.
iCnn's .
.J" large PRINGS S :at nri..f" 9:00 1 '
: very rC18nal.lc the 3rd Inst.. at :
.. nw.I ol ueJi sS' of eV w>i o. sw* seV of i'i' j I : VeilRatns Tsv-t= on Saturday, 1. .
.. 2.V) .-\( :
'. ce34'Ot8e\, ofs,2., 594 S.lle'I! ) Hark Ho Uc.ttt:
.. Xofn"'ofbw. u} ofn of swV..... ... .. ?! CO 2 :V POWDERAbsolutely il on riling (toodt. Spring :!lill'rs (:.ll'lie HM>V.in i iniln.. -\vlrilr ) in. She left a little boy babe only :' ._ -.

...: t : .. all .... ..... .... .. 2664''" 1301 11 house l-'iiio I/.K-O1-. I B CM ld, S'viss Kdjjiii; ;,, .Kii'li.'jus:, t'ariisots: HI I.en' hours old. It seems that my troubles arc .
.. X oft e, nwVofneV swV of nwV *X of i i room Mutton C'i 't. Giji hanist Straw 'i
.
e, OfSe. oft?*.. ...... ... ..........i"R.1'I1O'| .tl2 :, >p- UILIP'u"-I. mote thnn I caa bar, but I know that t. .
1 .. .... nw'i ofiiw sei, ofnwV... ........ ..' -1 7- Pure. 1 Hats and Millinery j of latest "t\. ." and choice Master cocsnhitioru '. .
;.t_ 0" ot., M S! of.einX! ofswJk ofseV ...II(. ), ;)1 14" 3 K2nwV .ekL RIS. Carpets. Matting, Oil i I rioths, Iwe Cu r- iin only! ) look to o-jr for ,.

of UH" se!i of.e* ....... ...... ..'!32, 7". 50., 27 barn good water Tni"! 1ow.11 n vcraiiPS.. A'-n1 UVf11 tains. Whitlow Shailes, Hiitfs, Cruiil FoleCrumb Cloths at Our slu-nt stay here has been quius''' '
wXor.w'\lIe-4ofuw.nw'i.fneJa'nXof ; :of v'thiiiiilvholesoiiip, !! i"> !nw lliriiri: and Lirjro sple ti.n.' 'I here is. auolutel.noth'h' pin .
1 eo' ... .. ......... ... .... .'. -' 1 ISO 450 lHfl.\ very 1 and our -Jays have. been ,
:. a c ofne', t I .1. More: i- 4 "oir : ,1 I thin IKe nl'lt! : ,:'; the line of Dry Goods that we !( nut Keep. ""flol.t orde i. 1they > pleasant hllpi. '

t I LeXoCS.v ot nw f Of Dt tDXof..lill."sli"'of..w... .4,34 .">l'lGII'' 420 I II kini'! air.t, <' iinot bo told in <-onii| ,- li unM Jjrso '-r small. ;ti Spgl'IATTIYTJON' P.\D. TO llKDERS.Khiiuld spent in our new Iwrnie. but now >

.:'/ r neJ4of nw3( nX or I.Wor DW.l n1 or nt'", 1'-. 75 bearing orange \\ ,/ the n'i .t_ .... ., ; ou visit our city, on us; you wfll find our store at- 'Iv .
ofsw .1I'" offlCo1 se, lie".. ... Jil'.1'., 200 5 30 I tytit. a:.11 of |'hoH|>h.ii.rtuir po.v.t : j "al .
;, .. rjf ofawMswIf! ofnw V neV of uwV vtX of l, :>' ,(; oily "I I' I, i'rtl B ,.:j ing' 10\\ ; tiwiive, our assortment complete and prices reasonable. A gloomy and desolate. She had "tthe attention '

ueV less 10 acre* n X of ne V of neV. ...,.3Ii i, 7''.,*'270 6 4-1 1 e.a.. Wi'.N: Y. I siI.| i.tl ,dcpartmcut for Clothing for Men and Hoj s :ajso G nt's' that friends could bto'nt her '
.. nX oft eV fiwJb' ofneii CX of uwJ wX of swV i I '. i 50 bearing pea, 10i. flLlOr ,
.
se. orsIC' ....... 5 ,4 n 10 GO :\prl17. ') 1 ear.UES1'ECTFULLY .' friends and neighbors to vie

rw.t o ntV4seVseii ..... .... .... .. ..... ...i I a 7,:,2I) 49' mauy 8l.mt.e their ." .
:
; olseV oX 01 IIW-; sw% of :wJi jwlt.. .! 6 7 ";,320j : 7 13 with each .thr in manifesting sympathy .

__ nX 0 ne" i4 of ue>isX ofsw .i otofsw4 se \ i j", peach docss. She could.rtot have
k -.._ '' ............ ... ....... il 7 .;IRO .t 56(! 300 bearing ARE YOU NERVOUS? Kohn Furchgott & and ki
; Benedict marks of affection among
eo' wXoX ofsJ bX of wif s of "e'nw received greater
4' ofne4 re of c u" of Le'i of 1 : Ifee1iigs I Godthafoj.r '
.
.. ...1 Or, do you suffer from iluloseriliabip her oAvn kindred. We feel to thiuk
St'4 w3 o s\i-U.nwW'of .. .... fI, i: 360 787 I '" .
eqr nX of seqro ne qrs)$ of i-eqri | "j I plums, persimmons I Loth, mental mid l physical) ? lot has been cast among piiplso !tc :

ol seqrs" of MjqrwJi 11's.'Inwqrofnwqr.: : 7'.. 44"" 934 Have you overworkrd, or from otlirr May L dee !\<>. 10'. I P'lkr
eXofne 'o e'4sf'4of V >- t tswV kFl
of ..w XvtX seqrsecirofj-eqr....:. in-,; : ,24) 644 cause, befome debilitated? Do lack O. O. F. Mt-t-ts e\fm Fr- The Oft Told the Primitive .
urof ne ... ..... ...........11 7.41)'! 11\I! figs, you 1 .i.jflu atM! f....v.. I body was laid to rest in
se all......qr. ................... ... ....,1 2. 7--W IJ: 01 grapes, ambiiol I strength I t and vitsility 1 frl any I A l'ins:"lt Iu ':?1 Cemetery in this village at 4 -
.. ...... .... ....... I Of tho peculiar nicUIcinr.l merits Ilood'i BaptiSt
all... ......;... 14 7.64 : ]3 II cause? I ttllitt'.I or if yon are trottI .11' i\ A to ai.i. ft
SI her
: I I and
4 eoi nX.ornX eflrufnwqru ioJ *X swqrof ; .1' :' I I i.:II" "S, Sarsaparilla H fully rnnflnucd by"he yolun- o'dock p. m. on the 4th iust.. -
.,1 ) of..l"qr.' .... .. .. .... ..... .15 7, :520 10 ) t I e 1 tlwqr8 walnuts ,1 !.i )! tary testimony of ;asands who nare tried. funeral'preached: at the gra'\ by '
s." ot ueqro ne I IJ
1 it. Peculiar the combination '
nwqrofseqrue qr swqr sw qrof, I i )I. In proportion, bc died the dnith of the J ..
il
S. teqr sw less 5 acres ... ..;. ..... ... .. 17,7, '21", 5 18 I description olcasi', for full inrormitioncon.enunit and preparation of its ingredients, peculiarin Bcnne. '

.: e.l; foX of qr ne less qr 8W of w qrof qr sX uwqr of ewqrwji....... ..ofseqn......!18 1! 7,..1;;,,400 I I.I' i, 970JfofuXXotnwqrswqroi almunds and I 1'rof. CurtV "IO7ONKTliKATMliXT. I IrRNK' the extreme care witli'which I I put rigliteuus and I tier; botly forih only':in waits first for the resurrectlou. -
'. to tome
Hood's the
.j ne qr w# of, It I: endorsed by the up Sarsaparilla accomplishes cures suuimpiis .
icqrneqrofo swqr" 01; uwqr!: I :i :i I where other preparations entirely foil. Peculiar .'* _
the medical
seqro i the
clergy ,
..' press profession
01 liW qrswqrbeurofseqr:. ... .. ... 13,7. ,340: i 50 In the unequalled good name has made
%i of hW qr ne qr of i, I)I."' j jseqro other fruit and all intelligent persons who have in- I Yours in affliction.
8 qr 0111"
1 qrofuwqr..o, 4 I; many I I I at home which tower of strength .
oTe i>X ot n* i |I its & s nientdelivered IN H HOUGH I a CIIAS. E. JoNEs.Pierson.Fla..April
.. *
vetigat( > '
"
n X o neqrseqrsoqrof&wqr.. ...... 71 ..2jiiofseqrei'ofswqr G 40) I 1.i A abroad, peculiar i the phenomenal soles "

.. neqrofnWqr..2"...... 7. t ro fit-e to one pei!ou in every :" : : r.q; !! I I I bas'attined I 6th. 1887.:_
.......... 2: 4 "JO .a:7 ; I I. -
... s .. ...... ... ..... .. *- It 1 1 57sw and nut trees, at I town. 'j'I Sarsaparilla
b.uglitouiMr.lLP.Jones..Iam
,
i ; address, ein-los-o oO oeiltsj .io co er Paten r Having
Florid Land.tMortl' 1 ... .. .... ......... I Oi 40UJ ant ; 1
of I M for cash iii
rare Co. (Limited.) Ofl1".IIJoj'. 4. oCs.
... t.e..ofae'.twltUI"t% ..W.of! vsofsw .I.151-:1.'O: ;; 70 half price. CALL'ATTH1S0FFIC'1. deailg ask for Treatment "15." Address] rom.e.. WASH1N Tp C. before the public today for purTying th very small margin do earnestly 'ask the
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w V ofne'4i .'" &.w.'i 1'1,5H, 11'1 2i.i lozoue Co. lJlo,'k f. ':-..given t 3 of .. . . I, il.1' 1 72 Curtis Wietiiif J.rep1 I Iplrt public to see -
%v'4
X i.j for
i n .. .. .. ... 518, t a Kp'-anons Lur.* ti'I from wakefulness and low
AAI luert -
i ".! '5 N. Y. 1.'. S with full line of General
4' e'4 Utf ..!.ofsw . .. .. .......2-1 3l512)j 1 82 S.ral..1SE >-t-I.9. fets.Vten' t .f 3T I ad also had eczema o t& back ofmy ;alter Ihe change; n

II'"; o,' t "'4 .. .. ..... ..I? 1 51P1: HO 54 Ui;.;;. .i > ,. .) At-uialsla Cured In :_ 0'. .I v..ur invention wa'I T.I .ij' n".s he and neck,which was'very Jnnoying. Mcn-liurdise and School: Books. -
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18. .
1 f of.'. ofst' "W 01 I i 'I IK I .
411w 'e A. irr-vs publisl 1 bottle ot flood's ,and
000 BanapvHSa
a ....... ..... ....y 160, 84 2 DaM. "it (.:ffl Wil a Yours &c. .:'. .
fo cf
4 of.. .4 ofnw nofsw.t. 519ls), 12I I Gaz..tt. ts&f IhaT8'recerred 8 much benefitat I a JOSEB. 4.
.. '' .1'. '. and '
:! .1 ,. 140 SW14 .. ... .. ;:to, 5k. I. 54 T"i ..<::1: '1'-1 Co. h.'U-e: discovi .' only pt:)" lit I Tery grateful,and la to ., 4t JI.JI. 4n

< 0 so'4 ....... .. !,. 51M1.O, 8. 1 nited aWJ lat .a. .
it word for orPartnenhlp.The
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", I' 1i 4 ., ,18 ( 'iii 1 I. )'..o..JI \.1 11; i is with t'tilyma Stats pc ;-SCS a good this meb. OUelutlon
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I .11. .O'I1WI. w.'iorst.I. .I/ ...8WI.ol. . .'...". 661I : S U 'o atning patents ort"ceroUent I SNTDZX,FottSTUle, firm of lJoreVeLb U this day .
'U..I. ( ",4' 5 1 S8 as : :diiy;' .si the tM.a of llli? : .
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......... filS 141 I T S."I. )Moore .
I e140 "I. l'' 54 list '4 <>r jc,' ). 1Purifles Bloid di.olved l>y mutual conset.
I ; 4 fFt', "'iofsw! .. 2 fil 2 ; ira n .CU".1c guarantee 't.Ltk' t"J" -.t the Eureka
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l'l lakts of and conducts .
1 charge .
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4 4 t.14 ue. ...... .. .. .. : .11" ft. : to r. j any and evy case of acute In- Hen Biggs,Campbell Street,Kansas Qty- Store nud is responsible for all debts and

1.i '-1 2 41\.uf. .. iJ:I tl 10'.: 02 rTa f li'ieumat.sm: and Neuralgia: bad scrofulous sores all over his(body lor receives all money due. I. C. Webb con- .

j t.. U" !e.'bW of nw'i. wo'fl'3-e3. .. .. .ofse.j. 11 I ,"i,, 201 f in 2 DA \ S. sHllo give: immediate rl11c S. E. TEMPLE.lFMPT,1 I fifteen yean. Hood's Sarsaparilla cm1 ducts the newspaper business, pays all! 'S.J. -. _
W40 se 19 debts and all accounts due are payable
.. .. ..! 2' .5 2 01 cured ..
e" W' and eff'-ct bl.Waace d' '
I' a r 1C ca e* a speedy cure.
of ueJi e>i ornw' o 51I1?; 101 oLJferth Bloomfleld,H.Y- :to him. # .:
t.l i of ne'i \fX .....'.'.1 : ; !! S :KEl ,USMANUFlfTURER 1 Buck ',
sw + . .. 8' 5I.I.IG.1. : Oice pt of L) cents in two cent suffered with a varicose S D. )!OOlU .. .
yean
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l e"of 10 ; 1 12 \
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I 'Xe"ofnW48wl.tnw 0 4 p >.8w4., ... .... 14603, 245 &'f1i \\e w I Is.-id.. to any addr ss the ulcer on his_leg, so b that J t frra 1. C. ""EBB .

nwl of lie'i! neli of nwi w\ of I( 1.1: ; frr tiiis: wonderful up business HnsBftepred of and April12. 1887.= 4t. .
g" or ne"4 4 / tc'pt compound, t _
JOINER I .c
>iofbW> w of toW'4' .. ,j12 5 .3-I: 1 57 RIVERS & j. .
DW ise 4 J I also ot catarrh, f
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ntfof ne 4nXof nwJ!. wVi u' 319f! 1 43 "h'l: cc i b.t1jed I v your home druggist 'b 7 'q4-4. 'iHoo

n,< of neJisw ofS.ofrt'! ,'.fw'iofle!4 sXi I //1.1)), at or st. We take this of 1 18' W:, H.: RIVERS .
." .. ... .' 155 ,44, If6 -mal mcg f O"v : ,

t nwJi'of ne'i! !nw'4'w"of.. ..se40f. !.....se. !.e'1 :'I I''I-IW 19.! ,: STARKE, FLA.. giving cl.I'l'j to the pab'ic! las'ead of A .- I- [; \,. ''> >V ) 1 iGf I hPi :-1{2 HKALEU IN ..

Of SWji IW.ofsWlt' >40fsw! wXofl :i 15 I as a. 1 li'nt med'"ne: it I i L .! & ,.! o .". '-
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DXnt".OrSf' .. ., .. 19M5, 1 90 DRUGS AND CHEMICALS ; I bCJ P
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less We GOOD
mucli \ DRY": .
i I' w"otSl'X .. .. ... ... Itito te.\s) ; expensive. wil ( t .

D.D.r:" nwl4ot e ors IW!. . ... ... ..:.191:0 5 S. 15. gladly refund money if sat'-faciion is not '.' !r :.1! ( L' .. JJ-.ic--.ca 10 # ... .... ;
} OrRW"4" S AND FANCY ARTICLES I ANIGROCERIES> -
of TOILET
4IwXofnw14t'
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to eXo.nw!4nw 40rlw'4se nt' 1 I gi\'cn. a "I i i> f.J STflRKE LIVERY STflBLE.LES.

8)ornpi w"ofs'Z:. :, S'19.t' i' fs Tim IXHIANA CHEMICAL Co.. ; i T
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1 vXKei.. .. .. ...... . ... ..:'! 5.8S 40 PATENT; MEDICINES, &c. I Craxvfordsville! Ind. ;-$?-' : .< : ...,. ::0: '\: to 1 l I AND .
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wof fSWi .. .5?' 1 0 I'1)' "patch.: FEED:'ASi> SALE '
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% cf n'w . 5' ? 21 2 49I Feb. : 87.-ly.O. iz; > I Starke Florid
1 t' w% ofsWC"I o. nv'4 n'.ot\\! .I: S } 519 ; 15Xo'ne&.se.OrDt pREsCRIPTIONS F I'LiYK -- & .. :

tX .' 215 ''j.1 2 4) tO. POIJM AT ALL HOIKS. Scroll WorK .
'1. \ ornl''. V3' ofne!. tiWUeOfsW! wW 1 iI i !191 L. KEENE :
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e.IW40rsW! .... .. ; :1i 1491st40rnf. NOTICE; OF INSOLVENCY. I .
n !4DXOrnW,1'0r te.(. .... .. ... . :; !519 '. 03 iO1O'-$ ') 0V 5. Vegetable and Orange ,
j' of s .wX or.w ...... .. .I3i SI9'ihG, 269 IsCotM-vCorRT, BBADFOBI CnrMY. FIOHIDA' ( PA1pc.j S -DEALERS IN- .
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WI. of nel' nwl'. .... .r.J iI henry A.ln.m.m.akr I '
or De,1' n .:' : \Vhc ei" 'Y.Fppr"n. < 1.u."j.! 7 ; "'! L i ".
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8" of ne ne!4 of nwji nX swfof } 99 ,.f it .a't'.fU. n( -- CRATES
sW .. ... 2 0 :" I':2S ur MI ir.iu'i' y, lia\.nc f.."! in tie (ftice of tit < .1' :DRY GOODS, .. ., :
wornw ( I'0'8., .... . .. ''s'c,4'f.' : 231 C' uiiv >f i-1 coi.n'v' writlen" sup .-suoaof .. .
1. e" nWXUW3 . . .. i, 1,4,1, the Jt.rl i.!v"fl.*}' of t-.i> 1 est"t'. Notice :, Fa'i: 17c\ IA SPECIALTY.

I."ofnt'.I ot' nW' offlw,4 . .. / 5: 6] ; 4 hr "' ".gfl I" a. |v ."d,havi';rc'aiins of any FancyNotl ns, ..
sx : w"of e.X of, : 1:1. .Me wha'verarl'; Nl> J e.uite it the .
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fe4. '" 6 6 I 2 31i h. \' au'iieniKMitia the oftioe the :A\V>i 5 .- M C .r. Laura. I z : .
ALSO FQfifsALESiiitablo < :
tW 1 xe Ort\" .... ::: 6i&) 7i .al t .iunv il'u. of >a'a 'uiiv: : 01 ohefo>-c the Jan. 41882.-Om J.CKSO YILL FLA. < oo-&hoes, :
t"or w% ; t!4sJorW,9:01,. : .1\ II 1 It h day of .\. D. 1SJ" at whelk tune a prorafa .
ofn'4 Jul' I Fir .* tciurnouts furnished at all
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: > of nw V }!se, Jj j } m b' s) le tt 'nttled \ .. the eflee..12YERSON l-la .
e" ot ne S !:, f pjj Crt'l.'ro TU*paper U kept file mt [ FANCYGroceries
:X of nw!. ." of sw" DX ofi' i ']> I to Hieinie 8J far the a .'s pitn,110,1 l hours'day or wgLt.Terms .
ot De!. !
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'.. :: 1' 611-S 1 ; ; H 'rlc Give us a trial.ANllliEVS -AL'VAYSINSTOrh.AFINEfTOCKOF.-
.V DW4 01..1/ .. ..... : -I rA fly nine/ as C'oi.aty Jt.I0", of liJi \I \ I t : I
; r se.e ne'4ofsW'4 ....... ... .I..13, 6ITN0' 1 M i County th's) ti.eMidaj-JI\Ir .4 I>. 2N7.J. ; \ \ & A1VRhZ.Starke. .
ne' OrDf.'X .. .. . .. .. ._ :
eX ofsV ii tiWtGO, 71 I'o { KICHAKD! ijft Fla.
ni'ofneJinX w'iorsw . ... .... .... ...... 1', 6,9:' ',I w.. Jan. 15. 6m. H CltJ' JuJ.t.GOLD I \PVERTISING! @ 1 I .
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.. Un 40\ 'II READY-MADE CLOTHING
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lwQrofDeqr ... .. .,. GO. thea I .
UROWKRS
... : re sWqr nwqr ofswqr. ..t. .1 A TO S FK.vWIIEUUY :
.. 6'10' AGENTS C. ortaandfar
'. .!. ofneqrsXofseqrof of .-. .... ..25 6f I,,I-e' 91 fir'di are Krrf.. bat IhoM wbo write to '. rea4 II Truliv A- Davis have ju-t rpwfveil H JUST RECEIVED. "v. '. .

: ". nqr seqr swqr... ... ..... ... .' 6." V Siinvm.%ro-.PortUnd,ine.will tecelTetrrt could large innpSv: of iho c'JI.IU1.\'Ilt... .
.m swqr 01 swqr ,. ... ...........i\ 6 i "riW IU full. informntion> about work which TIMES BUILDING E inj STAR KB, FLORIDA.Tae '. '." ... '
_. eXofDer r w of ..'... ... ......: Cj 1 2- they can do and IIT*>t bume\.lwi pay. i for Or-u2g-U E I VIHGIXIVl'XTILATJU. QUAUFBASKKI'S. .'i. -' ";: .
.;.- sr } Sr ............. them from>S to' per day. tm. Holiest market price paidfor'outitry ;
T> I 2 = l d .
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acrc-s :an i i '
& Rats ut <
eX of Sr as. \\hi-5i! dl.tj/U- .
Either iy
young ( I i
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Dwqrof srswqroflwqr. Dotmjulrcd. Y ij arudfr a. hers l Produce. :. < .
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-J : r'Ai CHANGES. I Charms Against Toothache.. i:

,.ADYELtTISIkU .r get it, and I MARVELOUS_ .
RATE .. AGRICULTURAL. 1 To put double nut Into your ,
who
sheep must the Katnre Will Be to Thywe : pcke
;.;. fQtr.1tzl. '.' 1 wSw r un tsiajemril mJ to I Refme to Believe. I I to pare your finger nails and -

,. ,-4.-, ::",..,.,;; $-00111 Oft.OO$4 1'l" 1----OOITO $1 TOPICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE I as possible. I th's country unconsciously undergoing take I I and wrap the parings in a paper, arc. a- ,

t4- .....e.....;i t 60 iI of lie ::500 SO 00 change, is the change t against the toothache. -
TO FARM AND GARDEN. is of the ana chars .
... r .;.. 6OOI1W1OC1tII2OO45OO sheep before we are aware -
8..1.. ..'l.-'t 0' IS Ot10 00 00tt. i good it has taken place will we wonder why In some parts of Sussex, England, .

.:. or "...;. iii Oti114jQ' 01i126 0(130 O iO 00 but dry not see it bfor it was too late? there is a superstition that if you puton : .
Cure for Foot Rot in Sheep.
avail
e enemtai lt *orthe first and. fir* cents for As soon lameness the ; lambs after that and changes receive early bene your right stocking, right shoe, and
.- each.***; ent lna.ert.on. a any appears and ; early, thereby right trouscr-lcg before the left you will
examined i itos
feet should be and the
I -f-peci l rate-for tjme adrcrtlsemcQU! cn applUrtloa tot or .
... u tbe office v and bottom edges of the crust care- ; the cold if shrewd Iron man sees the tfon inter I' never have_toothache..

; ; : fully but thoroughly pared with a sharp keep sheep from Pittsburg Alabama and,and Penn in his In parts of England th'cre is a customof /

;. .J: ,. 'BSC'U1"TIO RATES.. If the disease has made much in cold t Birmingham iees the ,furnaces in Pcnnsylr calling the toothache the "love pain," ? \\

Or.elea'...:_.;:........;.... .....tl 60 progress, it will be found suppuration has ercise in torn down and deserted for this new for-which the sufferer is not entitled to

.'.*'.tit6n15 taken place and that has been formed in fair prolific field. It is claimed by the iron commisseration. Whether he or she
any
.iJ ri .Ion*inort be paid in arUb'y In ad- pus of Alabama that the low price at which -
.... 4!' *rerlnilnatlon.. In favor of anybody. between the crust and the interiQr of the they can be produced there will revolution I fully consents to this may perhaps be .
there is
1 ... foot, breaking out in the cleft where the pl iron Intel of the world. .. doubted.In r
: all of local InlerTtt : est.
CpmtDBD'.catloDt matters -
f. ; solicited froa?all upon parts of the county. cnist is thin or at the top of the crust by Lave seen grain-growing centres of the royal library at Stockholm is .

., -. I the hair; ten more thorough treatment country shifted to the West We have charm for tooth- ; 'j
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the pork-packing industry flit from rcservcc ': 1
i !' Ucnvral Dlrectorv- is The "at .: :
I required. sheep once Latin to ,
\P" ----_--------- ,--_- shouh Dr. to Chicago, and from thence to consisting of a prayer one .
j l' -... UNITED STATES OFFicERS. be separated from the placed Pcrsia Wi< as City and Omaha. Southern cotton of the saints. At Bonn-on-thc-lHiine a

..' -13t' .,I IEXUOR! : where it en receive 'frequent attention. the house, undersell New England and American tooth, said to have been one of hers, is e I
; The crust of the foot should be cut challenge the world.: ,
now
% ant shown in in the Church of /
case
.. Hon. Chan. W. .Tone,Tenracoli.Wilklnron wealthy ha, and are seeing this take a glass
&. .Z1o ytr Call, J ckeonvlie.Krat ; I I unhesitatingly, so as to fully expose. begun before our eyes, .and al that other the Saint's Day, anc the case is devoutly
the should be '
These
". ai IlEl'nraUT.i TITF.I: diseasel part Kahn es are taking place equally a prom- kissed by people both sexes as a preventive

; Dlatrlct! Hon. K. n. M. Dftvidion, Qnlncytecond finely powdered blue vitriol! .. m nt; for and we wonder as we behold them. against toothache.An .
Charles Port or muriatic acid convenient the insurance companies only
latrict-Uon. Uonglirrty applied by a years ago
,. a 'Orscge.. I wal,. Jf abscesses have formed andfistnlous physician.It an analysis of the fluids when they imperial toothache once made the
*. O. f. CIRCUIT COVET: I is the barber. The Sultan of
-it taking insurance for very large fortune of a poor
extend into the foot
a fifth Judicial! Circnlt. -Tlon. W. B. Woods Atlanta openings 'medical To-day no first-class company Turkey having n touch of toothache, .
,(iaj Court nuke asgneI.! se should be 'leaned with and have "
:: t-nprem 1 probe would-be insure any mont unless they a He i I
lion. Von .A. 1'ard.ee. ..,1\ew Orlaus. 1.a,.Circuit strong carbolic soap and warm water and analysis <>f the fluids passed, and if any sent for the'cout physician. was
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Judge. th< relief the hunting, and" could not be found. 'The
then treated with caustic of cettaiu disorders arc apparent
; 1(. M. Call,Jacktomllle U. S. Attorney Northern thoroughly a
3 I habit of
is In their reports domestic hunted about Constantinople,
District. that will burn away the diseased parts, ntul i eject.
% A W. C Bird. Mara!.al, Nor hern District.! leaving a that will flesh of his lhow that of sixty of every and at last found a poor, ragged barber
hffalthy
1 limp Walter Jack.oullit 1'. C. \M>ou,Tall !Of' one on the j eople in this country. is due either di- took him to the palaceand
: fca"e., F.C.llnmpUrujs,1'enracota, Clerks, 1orlht. .. readily heal on the principal that "one under the 'or indirectly to such disorders. The surgeon. They V
tq'f em 11.r'ct lire puts out another burning. Hospital for Lon- furnished him with proper clothing.

t 1EflZ.-OnTIIEJN 1ITJICT: A eoiTChpondenfr of the Cvtiutry Geiirecommends The ) England reports Cnumptve. 100 He drew the offending tooth/and soothedthe I I *i ISUh 'ii / I

d b'n\'Ilr o,first Monday in fled rnbcr. ; this recipe flesh which of consumption also have serious dis pain of the commander: of the faithful -
aUtll :
4 .ulUUA f>ee, first MntidiT in 1cbruary.2i'.t told him of the kidneys. A nice house and 1,600 piasters a "
l. "
rcnfacola, flr t Monday in March. treatment of
: Tiirp'iitini.2 oun needle had scientists for the
Ihruld.
._ C.i.ll"TRC COVHT-yorthern DictriCt, : acid....*..4 drams.( in his flesh dread malady. the question i being dis- was awarded him.-Cll..t o '. .
: q : Olive oil..1 ounce. : t
IIoru TTjce. et'1oJackcna111eJnP. .
rts ". M. Cell Jackponi, l:. fc. Attorney.V. was most not this disorder the real cause of con- $' a <
& Thoroughly The foot should "Ah "
\ C. Jacki.or.vUlc. Marf hal.VMip mixPll : A Mean Husband.
.
.4 : W&terJicksornrI1e., Clerk, E,1r DI. be deal II application made will never years ago the microscope was some VAt
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?. r. t, .vMon. : seldom found in physician's oflko lives in West Castle-
every day. Two or three applica- a : The meanest man
surgeon a
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P. U.>VnonTaUaliarEeeCl rk-Mlddlc eon
,.c .'. F. C.Humphreys, Pcntacola Clerk, Weefrn 11.11100. jtions usually l be sufficient. I the ro txtract' every physician his of standing without has one and for ton. At the beginning of February he -MIII& 'P- : Ct
visits patients calling
4 ; .co. vLilon. I disease does not readiY'Jiet this ''y the cf fluids for examination. made a wager with his wife that: she ..

Faftcrn: Dlrlnlon-JackBonville TERMS: ] first Monday In tram nt it will: l he well poultice the "The i* all this! Is it possible that we couldn't drink : quart of milk alone for -- ,,

Dretmbcr.Middle foot with a carrot or similar poultice that?" the present generation are t die thirty days: in February. If she did he ,,-

: DYldon-T&.hl"cc flrrt Monday! In once a day for.a couple of days, the "Xo. (aub by kidney dis was to give her a new silk dress; if she -

Febrar.We DIYIFlol-Peracoa.: Cnt Monday in treatment being continued. "Ah } ? or I1al the master only the cause by failed' she was to buy him a new suit of >;.

.-- March. When the disease has continued for doesn't the 1erognize. clothes. The guileless and unsuspecting .
)..- ( and thus remoye I .., . ..._ _
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time form that finished her sixteenth "'n'" .m. n
some fungus doubt a large quart
STATE OFFICER growths wi mouse! beyond a very woman 'I :'
: Governor-Edward A. Tallnh6 ce. whrre the sole or cru-t is These A chorus of death;. in this count is milk (after heroic struggle with her rebellious This ts (l right, ITood'g :SarsaparlUa! peculiar In the pbenomefltrecord by :-
1'frr. 1 1 equaled
i. Attorney-General '"Jahl'e! J mst bo removed with a hot iron, as no put the >le t disa'Olidneys. years the stomach)) before she tisConredthat 'Hood's Sarfutparllla.' of tin*sacs It has in attained BO short never a time. Older :' -

-. Secretary of 8taeJohn 1 Craw ford'Jlabu other application will Warer's (t'O have been had but eight Can't 10011(Tic fee." I IHo'i any other preparation ttand aside when
.ce. effectually disposeof being that there is no sound, health when February twenty medkine. In I medMnei h-.ve b>>rn forced to
I Comptroller-W. D. Karntr. Tallahavfe. them. the kidneys are diseased, and they enthusias The horrid husband, who says: "I knewit Sarsprllla peculiar and real medlclua mf rt: was considered and todayflood's
.. _p 1'IJ urcr-E t Crll.! 'falahluee. __ (lle their specific for this terrible the of very many respects It 1; so different from any Sarst'ir.rl'.Iantan'U tke:Ieadlnir: meJJclue of. :
time is .
', @ would press all the claiming wages I I all other medl-lnc t ever offered t > the public that -
.I Adjutllt-enclal-UI.id oUmi.plone.'L'ndl Farm and Garden \<> ( of the mou upon public at tent ion.Ve are con- his sin, but we suspect that the temperature it is with peculiar force ar.d propriety: that it maybe Its kind in ti; ?rnuniry. It!is peculiariin. Iti strength -
llumglton- Is concen-
) hearing its praises s9lded said: to he PECii.ua TO ITSELF. It h peculiar to and economy --liiOiloscsone dollar t a
Soj-etinU-ndcnt T.lllh Public Instroctions. .J. Hot- Fully matured, gooc-sizc'c hens, overa "What means wonders! .' will be very low when he gets it.- U/lelf.ln a strictly medicinal sl'nsp.ln three Import- f,Crated extrm t from S.rsaparilla. Dock. Juniper '

4 fell, TaDaliagree.Commissioner. year old, lay the largest c'g {. the Engl< the proprietorsof tljis great remedy, Nudallle (Plct) Hetcx. ._-,I.ant'Pirlk'ulnrs. viz. : first,in the combination of Eernos Mat Irakl' Dandelion and other Taluabl '

4. of Immigration A Rcblnlon.. We do not believe that it is a mistakein have I ecn warning its.of the dancer __ mmmmmf- 1.' reihi agents used ; fond. In the proportion In vegetable reniedlir. and is much stronger than any
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TalLaHec. how to avoid disea60.that at first is
us a '
BUTRKXE COVaT.I any direction to advice farmers to packet of and is soAtaTin its termi To drive: away ants, scrub the- shelves .o j

Chief Justlcc-e. O. JlcWhorter, TiI1Ahi.ee. I fruit. daring ? Are to' horaSQgilnsVh.ope with 1 i i { Peculiarwhich Itself ,
grow more we : oi drw.1hat they frequent ftrQlg II j Ito
,. Appoil1e .1u.tlcepe. P. ]lncy.1.aU.h..Mi; used for without our rewardt'. "- .\: 'anl after "which
) There of ? sprinkle
are
n D'an \aktnburgh. JackonUle many ways keeping good, must of bow- ; ;
PUBLIC L&MJ-U. 8.Lands. I sound, ripe onions. The great point i is PreJty that we significant of to-day ca alllatcs ladi- pcpcr iii ; crevice. <" j jfc I they are mixed; thirtl. in tIe process by .,lmlar! j.rpiratlon upon the market. Hence.much
to them appearance ihi U' which the active curative properties of the preparation -I'|nnaller IOU'jI of HoodN Sarsoparllla are neccuary
Land. oflie.. GalneeyiHe C. Tucker, Rfgl.te keep dry. for the change of iew t whi|{,the has I I with other medl.ines. A dollar bo>
secured.These than Ii thJ c'se
educated: It that Hon. M.A. Foran. of Ohio, mem e of House are
tTATE UNDI I Cleanliness in food and water is indispensable the wrong kidneys were wpformerlythought ; of Kcpresenta'ive w.itca that bt. Jacobs: Oil 11 I three Important point ina'ce 1I.1's carsapnrllla -I te! of Ho>xi'3 Sana arilla contains an average of .

Land office, Talha ce. L. Mitchell Committioner. to the health of swine. A general's we believe, it is generally admitted relieved: him cf ute bodily pai: s. i. peculiar In the wonderful cur!s It hrisaeom- more than no doses and will last a month. whll ;

____ __ ". bog/ is not necessarily an unclean bea!t. steel wa there cau be no such thing as scund I -- 1 i pUshed. wholly unprecedented In the history of others will AVI rage to last nit over a week. Hen* ,
; COt'NTY OFFICERS. It is in any organ if they ore in the least EVERY da>* Parisians consun.e forty-nine to medicine and giving f Hoo.l's Sarsaparilla a clear on the simple fjucTtion of economy Hocd't Sana- <
axiom
an that any plant, however "But, ) deranged. fifty tons 01 Miai s in the r M-.ibon. '1 he are r'ght to the title cf-The greatest bloo purifier ever parilU! is given adodded preference. If TOO hav ,-
Connty JmlKf.'. It Itichs-i'. valuable, growing where it is not of science, boiled in five or iii waters, estrac'cd: fn m the ,, discovered." never tried this ml'dlrlne.Co! so this season. :

(.rl.f Circuit: ('oiirt-II. Rfork.. economical value, is as worthless as martyrs, A Second-Hand Clothes shell dressed in fresh butter I'Jd garlc. then '-
k any )atke. replaced in the covered v. pastlY andbiead i Hood's Sarsaparilla
crIJ-1. \V. Ki:.>ira- ; weed.It move it." CI umbs, bhel. )' simmered in white Hood's Sarsaparilla I|

"n': ('I oUecr-U.!f.'or- Ilayne c. Walnrlght. i is a distortion to most horses to He ( a mater of fact, jhe.;: ;- Inc. Sold by all dnisg'sts. $1; RT for 8-1. Preparedby fold by all ..trtisglit$1; six for $'L Prepared :"

ssIw'rnU'nr'cnt of School 11. XV. : is wh $:' C.L HOOD & CO.,Apofieearles, Lowell Mav. C. I.HOOD & CO.. Apothecaries Lowell Mas& ',
*- nn.ln check them up than it- is natural closed a no longer to-day o:A bottle of Red :ta Cough Cure mide I ')J

". 'oai.ty. M.C. It mmi lie.:(iIoTicrL.iikc sSey, Jo'jn S. Andrews"')si, M.ami K MeKmiier. M. for them to carry higher heads. Xo one feet with intended. to be, S ( ugh alr permanent curl.( a cold so I "". IOO Doses One Dollar .1 100 Doses One Dollar

; V.znth. is deceived by such style. being to the San Francisco CI'.41ti : cod not plk, says Mr. JlNew \ :- -- .frT&k
!t
I i cnt York
tantt :

'!{ CI1:1. 01'nCERS.t ." About a tablcipoonful of liquid l am- The even is to what'it say, a place was a for fewcais'ag tlie salc'of old t ...l! / na (,'COII(infe aiy.AsanukU .I "25YearsPouItryYard":: LYDIA L PIHKHAM'S !

. pr monia mixed with gallon and a half of -' ,
MayorT. A. Knlit.Vavlnlli : "Ah ) only It was to the Temple that rof,nrccantion for the safety of Mil Edition.: 10S pnees. How to prrrrnt :
water and sprinkled on plants and soil :: _ lUll nail POULTRY CIIOI.KKA. GAPES
-v I) i! emi>leyetf, ork Is suspended .n certain Ans-
4, (>rk-It. I.8pl'kmtn.Wai. is coming into use in England for destroving derful Cst-of overcoats, hats, shoes, un- trim ciHirrd,ncB.-iu daiiRerous places during I I an.) KOl'l 1 wrote it a\ a i.jstera of 'T V EGETA3LEL COMPoui !
Tn-n-iirrr of Paris found their .rartira! HOC and I I'OL'MKV; kerplnp.
t -I) 1.Joni-n. Persia wa\ a la'.l of th&A.ninetcr. i having been proved -
: t !lug! _ _i,niitonii :and remedied for all diM>ase*. ]
Itv."t.rlry-.- M ill* and I hat cuaiiiy: and intensity of exp'obivo! i t
I 'ldc'rn\n-. l. Uicn:ird. T. M. Truby Tat hogs fattened on corn or other ing light; was repaired lea1't, so gases tie y in rca'-e the atmosphericp I I lion t. tffr.>r K::e<. 2:r. in stain pn. A copy of I :S.Has. stood the ottweDt77N IJiaaaia.J .
J'uwcl J. John*, OIc the native for a short time it might'rcsemble, ensure : es."O'crund. a The Core lal> I'oultrjr Yard." 1'0nfal..lnll1l1ll1M. I \\X\? us a Remedy for Fcrcmlo '
1. 1 AITr exclusively, have pork dnni.i h" and I'rire Lit or :13 Tarii-ties FltKK.; I Z \\J\X"S. rcnering periodical pains pro-
soljd Catalogue .
: very fashion what it had been when
- __ .
___
; ; : ; -;:= :=::=- -= == --=-= friends. a OverAsdu." 'doting a healthful regularity of 1
in too for good eating: Fruit A. M. LANG Box 84O. Cincinnati O. /
fac sold and it found 4' I / end curing w Tins,
: I needle has purchasers Repetition is sometimes the only war to -- -- tcascoj .
Ex-MAT0UIitAcE, of New fne vegetables, fed systematically, are who wished to appear ( among impress I truth upon the m'n-l. Accordinglytake I I back-ache and consequent. nervous distress.nriT t
1OI.d good for them. poor notice that Ur. Pierre's "Pleasant A LETTER PTRro nr S<.TLT Ton rns lieu TB nr Atrso o
'
;; his brother, Michaelwi spend $2,000- It is not that is Agha .\ their mean's. It was at the Temple nyc I'e.icts," (the ong nal Little Liver lurga:I O1"Miss DL8EAb!AND TliC Rl I4lT e'IIPUS. IT IS FROUTT IS ACTHUU
corn not good forstock From the Mother Jessie Bonesteele. era wHAT osr woau&ITS! OUISIEHl'
a workman who had but one shirt continue lobe effect ve in sck; I
' F OCKf: this country for locomotives and says the Lire :-torl' JOIln', that r.hed ami wnHI'Jful. ) in llies- 'tl.burg:, 1a.. ,.v. Cth. IS SX Ilr!. Lydia V.Pinkh.im .
while his by paying ten cents exchange it on nervous hcnc:1h' eonII'tiff. Rochester, N. Y., April 22, 1886. "AUfnoncnllythecacwithmotBprawho I
rolling stock on behalf of English we hear so much about its deleterious effects Lion,ruh of bl'll o exlre nities I : .
; an indwd morning for clean one. I wa and! a 1 m.menls uri-infrom obstruction GENTLEMZN:-It is with pleasure I add my j Irivc: reared l.i: tfamilies.; .I hare been agriat '
syndicate, to equip the Peruvian rail but rather because it is 10t fed where who had 4.f the iHKli.y runctioiis. The'r action is thorough sufferer for Y cars front complaints! Incident jnarrled -
a only
tlu loose. man twenty ,, testimonial to the many well-known cures ;c'l kill of number of .
with 'etKcnlUand tic ingredients b.' ng c i- ; life. I )Jm: J the a
roads which it i propcsed t extend (1 ordinary farmer who raises compared to spend on his clothing could tint tir.1v vegetable l thuvtnnhe taken .jIlt im- which your most excellent remedy has effect phyf ix'ians ci.d I he i irtnc of many medicines with- ..
.more pockets for twelve mines, a pair of trousers l-.uiiity in 0 iha mo t d -!ic.lle btomarh. Ail ed. For than two I out relief, an-1 as fin experiment I concluded to try .
The"locomotives will be of more was a great
design :years
peculiar than
one breed each of horses, cattle, Ilru Hs. yoiirf I can p "nrc yon that the benefits hue
especially constructed for run- sheep, swirte or poultry, is npt to losemonetndifhedocsnot short. two f nines,' shoes for two francs, and : I I I sufferer with rheumatism, being scarcely free I.I.I derived fro'n it c-n.ie: not because of any faith I 4'.
That the three-francs: remaining supply A STATISTICIAN savs ti e aver IRC age of European I had in it. fur I lid but Flicht hope of any permanent
from the time. I found relief
raise the best of gills when they is twentyj .!* pain during no but- :
steep grades. Cars for frightIntpasscngertrafc marry poo'l. 1 am r."t"eeftcr after notoriety
ning up with Fiat shirt and cheap :
'S cai./ i. kind, he does not make so much scarcely a a cars, and of men about twentyeight.The until I procured Dr. Pardce's remedy, and it 1 Kant t y fell yoj that J have been wonderfully ."

4 will be tent and money. he might. frightened Many a h &working mother Weaker Sex :1 cured me completely. It is now two years tienejitttd l>y your tiudi-'tn I am now nsingmy t
'fourth bet tic-end it would take but little argument
threeor.four chi'drcn: to
c will be constructed for the peculiarity Wat is the value of a cow that makes ful support Are immensely itrcnKthciie I by the use" of Dr. sincjj discontinued its use and I have had nosyrnptoms.f persuade metbit my health fully restored ;
clothe shoes and -whose K. V. Picici's"Fiivorilc Prescription. wlvcheuros
.
I Jjyl clay's I should like to \viiifly circulate the fact of its : :
-of that country and climate. The main 1G ftoundspf butter in the disease since. I know from
- per year conparisoafton prit was would'oiKfy, bring in four"francs* : all f miwe.dor.'fnmjments' and. &i-cs t.me i.i wondcrfnl curative power.." MIEBA C. ROOFTHKKKiKESrD3rCRtTWltIgtmTTOr. .. -
.
.1 object in building anjl equipping this that makes 250 nnnml- 1lr I U'p's'Tni untt* t.4fr.sya) oltlir4II1tWiStS.SiErzii.1Un&tchs' _. i my own and from the experience of many : rBId 1.M.. .
: save: by sou
road is to reach the renewed silvei )'Mn 1-TjtV' as 10 to 100. By a few:yean,' I what nccclcdbn| 'Mc : are now*'.j their he'ght others also that it will cure any case of rheumatism "&"l.q I 'i.A.\,7M. iFSK-I K? .
buy they
to. ln ., _
: ,
: testing and weeding out the Enlla .
rrf- .. mines of Cerra do Pasco, which are situated work 1 1 lip there the venders A-cre for : : or neuralgia.I Y N U-l 1PISO'Si'GU f
else
i" .WheIjy1hulg'
poor any dairyman can have a dairy I no [ fails Dr. Sago's Catarrh am, truly 1 !
their-tiistomers very yours
most :
.
part as as
about 150 miles from the Pacific that will .average 250 pounds of butter, country poor itjndy' lln:" :. MRS. H. S. BONESTEELE. T
within the reach of the
Tt coast .iu a basin ];200 feet above Ihe or more to the cow. his home .prices were THREE bull-flfcfetshn Pars:' have. produce4 R-t FOR
Coats from *
ranged c
one gross '
purses. receipts
level of they'tea. Although tho mnes The plan of a farmer sectoring large and Whether ori francs, and shoes from four to t Don't{IIend.This.tOX. .-"" Syracuse, N. Y. Best CURES Cough WKLRE Sjnap.ALL Tastes ELSE good.FAILS.UtoIn :;

1i: are loss than two miles it is crops i is thus stated by him: "I t'l my SOUSe if you have a fum( ncr of this! ; world's R0o4 GENTS:-I have been troubled with Rheumatism time 8"lil by druggists.G .
square men to harrow the ground waits for i tit if n write to Hallvt A Co., ON
unti they sorts of things were in those clay you for three years, at times very badly I ON SU M BT
estimated plat they] .have yielded since think 1 it is harrowed twice as ns it i not ('a-y iVriland: JIa.ne and re<'eive,free, fu 1 particular I
mu'h the Carreau du Shoes afflicted was in that condition about two
,
on Temple. aliout worc! can do, and jve at ; .
-
_4 4 their c7/uorcrj: : more than $$550,000,000( ought to be, mil then I f'1 them it is which is that the socs and upper had al- home, wherever you tU\t.ou; :: I. lit I profit' of I weeks ago, when I got a bottle of Dr. Pardee'sRheumatic II UXEfVHLE N. J. )t.
found ,
harrowed from to iw5 d and All -
' of not half enough. ly upward succeed -
tle 1Jetal Ten years ego' of the soil is Thorough parted company, coats in the last ;$ pr!; allajrrp. All is new. Capital II Remedy, and in three days' time 1 OctoUer 15, 1886. J f :
; Hl'I. 1CcigH.dl' had taken con- pulverization more important proves( es of threadbareness, hats from required. Ha'Jet&' Co. will stirt you.ion't was greatly relieved and have not been troubled _
than.any other a tenant. lclainvestigate at and 0
once grand
buildingthegre.it railroad c-rop. t all the nap had disappeared, cor arccessU oitendyou.If < with it since I finished this bottle. I feel E. T. HAZEI.TIXF,
t his ( .
The Lincoln arc the breed of with every whalebone broken, soiled I like recommending it in the highest terms Warren, Pa. i,
as
l\lc..t ,
-I nystcul of Peru, which was designed to in the world ing a great you have numbness m armband limb .heart Dear Sir -:
sheep iusoiw'iiihtances
.. \ some six or ripped in the fingers and button- skips bats thumps or lluttcrs, or you are I believe it will do all that is claimed for it. :
_, -'i Jujug all her interior: mining -and agricultural attained 1 dl'l'SSt.1 weightof ribbons and feathers, brass watches, \' irritable-in danger of shock I Yours truly, I was taken with a very
: districts within 400 pounds. They yield a beau clay by a Dr. Kilmer's OC&AN-WF.ED regulates, relieves, severe cold last Spring '
: easy reach of ntarl.. occupied: jewelry, old pots and pans, in corrects and_cure JOHN BLODGETT, ,
:. of liMrous wool about ten little of and and tried every cure we
the coast the ( a was
- plan of extending bees everything, ni 62 Madison St.
cOcehml JI ROYAL Gr.uE'mends anything! Broken Chi.
iiiclies in length and had in the tore and could.
the Trausandean Railroad, : weighing fl eight their ( out on the floor in rows paths na, Glass, \Vond.Free Vials a Drugs & Grt :
to fifteen pOlnd". They not popularin between them for customers to get no hl!!).
;, j. which has since been ar' ill their 111 pass nerd is immediate, and a cure sure. Piso'sRemedy Lockport N. Y. .
only constructed
this .
became I had doctor
country, they require toomuch and inspect the stock. Hut now for Catarrh. .10c.Hlghnl GENTLEMEN think the medicine o .r village '

; eighty miles from the sea. He further care to !nit. the ordinary fanner. b.lev'Itc'kd ; everything the Temple is new, by the Pardee Medicine Company is prepared in : prescribe for me. but kept r

proposed ,to open a drainage tunnel; A writer in the Country (ifntltumn had alone we if you want to find second-hand nrti- fact the best rheumatic medicine now on the A getting worse. I saw another ;,

-. tapping the famous silver mines of two acres of pasture land literally covered appetites ; you must go elsewhere, to one of the market; its equal is not known. My boy only physician from Port 'f
Jervis N. Y.. and he told
with garlic. When it was shops in the small streets of the ,
I Peru 150 feet below the level of the fully had their six years old was confined to his bed with
I'iso's Cure
he used for .
headed but before me
the
seeds were ma. The ) which make a specialty of 110 APCLNE Oil .
i rheumatism I bottle of the
; got a medicineand
present working, thus carrying l.the ture/hc'mowed it with a scythe close of line of business. Down stairs, with Consumption in his prac- .
: balls in a few days he was out of bed and
rapid accumulations of water that have to'the ground allowing! the heads to lie :I inch and a an exception, none of the bou- play t tice.I. .
around the I
A1TR house.
always been a serious obstacle in work where they fel.! This was last year; today '' .separate ; contain anything but new goodsfor ?O1LOU ing this medicine to all can cheerfully recommend bought a.bottle, and .

the mines. is not a single garlic plant: ,can be !oune' and the most part of the cheaper sort, and al- rheumatic suffer before I liad taken all of it
ing I now lrOrose to in the space mowed over ,while-- the marchandc will invariably .of Hnlali: I. F"rl' .nl tnrrinu ('rs. J. K. PERRY, Shoe Dealer. there was a change for the .:

I prosecute this \iork vigorously, and ;I plenty everywhere else'on thef, n. <. i;, ,were The.- by asking three or four times what remedy The neatest known, quickest for Khcunmtlsrn.gafe.t &I'loiirlsy 1 I mot, powerful I' Ask your druggist for Dr. Pardee's Remedy A better. Then I got my em- .

z new contracts have been made with the I I A correspondent gives 'a very simple and black, arc worth, she does this with the exI and Lumbago.all ache Backache.and pains Weakm hndorsed'g., colil by In 5.IMI;( c'ur111a Fhyslclannand and take no other. Price, f 1 per bottle; plojer to order a cuantity c,

ti Peruvian Go\ernment A scientific expedition and easily tried means;of 'driving rats fly. I that the customer will beat her UrugKi'tsof the highest' repute. Ilenson'i six bottles, $.>. I of the medicine and keep

including several' Philadel from.the; premises) and Vhich he.says ii" qucand ; to a price somewhere in the near Plaster plasters* and promptly grlasy relit saUes.'ve Int linlininls cute whel lotions other, Pardee Medicine Co., Rochester, N. Y. I it in stock. I took one -

very effective. the' orilod of its real value. Up stairs are ahsoIuti-Iyusees.: Beware of mutations under more boftlc, and my Ccugh 4
phians, was sent on to' Peru last .Te cp quantity haps man Kim lar Aoundlnl names, such II"Capsicum.Uap- cured. ?
was
still .
certain
to depend of buildings they gave are a amount of second- ucln. as thry are utterly worthies DR. KILMER'S One of cvcry flvo we

1 summer to prepare the way for the or plae infested; pulverize it very, bees were articles, but here, too, they are the TAKE and Intended OTHERS.to decelvASK All druggists. FOR BENSON'S AND meet has Some form of Respectfully, .;

builders. ,: Dd-' nkle it mall the buildingsin tion. : rather than the rule, and on SEABL'ItY I JOUXSUN.. roprietor Xew York M OCEAN WEED Heart danger Disease of and Apoplexy teln constant -, j, I'KAXKPrAYStheniEICHT.3tKELVY.

--- fact'in"every place where they have was the whole it is not exactly a place I shall AGENTS WANTED forthe LIFE OF Shock or Sudden Death 1

NOT long ago a man In Columbia, hc of frequenting. In a jointly by as a good one to go shop HENRY WARD BEECHER HEART This, corrects Kemcdy and regulates cures., relieve

to the writer all thei _
Fa., gave as a wedding present to a j i days"according p ITTrepared, at Dr. Kilmer's
i Tlio*. W. KNIX. An n WSPEKUAKT HinirhamtOD N. Y.
rats be AuthcIfnI! Coniilte I History
,'i gone.P. 1 rrtce 6for. tternoflnriuiryaiuwered..
.
York couple un $8 clock, which he had Ida Life and Work from I'radio to the ,. j I It is the,n'opinion of Sir J.B tawe.8, .i all etkcn! 1O U Sell.I. n.The. lIKsT and IIIMFKST. FpUo- $I.00 ta"I.OO Guldet..nea1thcSeutFree Sold byDruggijt. >,
bought on the installment-plan. J lrlllllHrle. .ltl. 1lm'"no
Hl 'whose eu'ch.Ql The Iildr.lr
opinions upon fef8 are en. ,.ud!< .lolr "Semi -
crcuJr.
paid! $C and was slow about paying the .tic t and receive :nwcltfteigbt. ,-(hat invention. Acf._ HATroal ra. I Uo Hartford. (ron.,. r I

other two. So the agent, who knew ( 1e time t cut gnu, if- *" ''- : Neralin cii ANTI-BILIOUS w------ PISO'S CURE FORCONSUMPTION JO'NES' i

where the clock was, went t York, : or enslg PILLS
.
of in qull 1 pen E
4o
a' FOR THEHONEST
'
: scared the'bride into it and ,
giving tip,
b it GREAT ENGLISH
'I'larpen REMEDY
{,
.'.. then disappeared. The brought 'nothng.i"; : chief I ,5 Tan Wagon 8eale.
groom su'ae L.f. Bile. Indigestion, etc. Free from Her II -T ort I-eer., Sirei Bcmrlngi, Brass
of .- tii'e only Pnr Vegetable Iqcr-dlenti. k l In of I ?are B**n>and Brunt Bot for -'
a suit against the agent; but he could not ( m.f" jti persons : N. CltlTTEXTOX, New Y ./k.CATARRH. 13 850 amount on -eo. :

be found, and,the young man had t forme is exceedingly light and the food ment, One t Ten 8:0 tme. T.Terr riiel csle.For tm prMtVmtentlA
contains small. within. ''Our new EXHAUSTED.VIJILITY thi* fifer Md addr 49
pay costs. lie says when he 'hch it i ecegy ELY'S ''all, planvalable t i9>it$ Of IINMAMTII.N
mares 1 I Bound: none Stat V-
.. .. Professor J. Ba the Agricultural amount you can safely! 1.-SmA TO* N*
his second wife be wants
no
present CoUcgejnlwntario,* suggests generation BALM age and occupation. The tsvilem In A Great Medical Work for Young
on the installment plan. the quill |Full,with Forms,etc., Free cn receipt QqGOLUMBUS .
$- i i I I remedies for potato -lot,which 'e conI evidences IS WORTH tAM BP." of stamp. No postals aswere. and Mldd ..Ai.j Man. ., t
-? I ij j I dense as follows: Dig a soon as tafiA I. BUTLER, Sec'r, UU .Coabirel MANURE SPREADERS

t 'PRINCE HENRY of liattenburg DM spots appear. Put in cold,.diy place j rders! I BradfoM Blocfc. ( lxth ft Vine.Pensions ,& FARM WAGONS loll th.ant yur tS

rt fallen into sad disgrace with Queen digging. Grow early.vufaties. 'E J.Encc for it cc OJ rife 'CIlNCtJ. The* cheapest only Spreader kind that oat and th*
can be at.
i ie ;
all affected stalks. Use ANY MAN OF'
onlyptod seed- HAYFEVERA taohed to old wagons.
._, .
Victoria. "Who Lire k
: he went to Buckingham All
Get seed from unaffected districts. sjjhill am warranU4. ,
or Child to 'IJPUBJ.lfoIIIED .
pn Send stamp .
Palace to represent the Queen at plant in a field in which rot D't,tkloss YR01ATARRII. for SldlprlHel cmular. Washington. L. lSt.. ,_ jahia:. .' ,
; HAM -= v
f the Idcloslcigh memorial services ho Avoid planting ..' --- -- -- -
previous yea. .Xaatera Bras h fleece, JlacenUwa, li.yI4,
.lerk" of to $8 a day. Samples worth SI.5J FREE KNOW THYSELF ,
clay soil but
ttayeA two nights, going one evening heavy prefer a lightf a S5 Lines not under the horde's feeu Addriu ,
: dry one. _t cud- BBAWSTEB'S SAFETY Rf.ii HOLOEK,Holly.Jli.-u
.:; to the theater and the other to the .:r a Liquid or Snuff. c\t_, 444 Unbit fared. .. b,f the E; So.'- Y.'iiBn,1.; RAZERAXLE13E.'T
: < i Although there is little material & particle OPIUM Treatment tentnntrla Boston :u.... WM.I1. PARKER 'I1'ij'!
: Is applied HUMANE REMEDY
The Queen CO. Latay.tt.lnT J '
crcus. was exceedingly Author More
script. than
in coal ashes, they are worth saving rach nostril and It -- one million oplna sold. It
-_-, "wroth and the reckless young man foT various uses. we1 into the suggested eabie.Frtce SUc .. HAYFEVEP E L E C RAP H Y J-mrii here. and fruI r-ats Decline.upon Nervous Exhausted and I'hrslcal Vlra'iir. Debility Impaired Primalur6 1NTlJi1toftLmGREASE] .. .
4 mal \
iiI.U by
< : retterei.| Igor .
-
re .t. pa. *n. .
bone Circular
e of
__ furnished. Write and Impurltlet of ths Blood. and the ...J! Sold Evel'"where. -
Vftl not again ba permitted to oJr a house they make a good bed for,fo mitted ELY BtOTHERS.Druggltta OwpRo./N. Y. V l otint .Jaue8vilo.Wis.! et consequent tber<-on. Contains 3)0 untold...e.,mUet subtantUl _
i roll in and free themselves from vennin.j -- emboss d bin'llnz. full gilt. Warranted the- on James River Va..tnCI
Qiht kc __________-___ monks I best popular mi'llcal treatise published In the! Enc- FflRHS mKjtf&sATENTSbtamed d Ctr .1
I They are also a good absorbent to put in used I'I lAb la lt'la;e. Prlc only'1 by mall.postpaid and i .Clarell'on'Va.

;; : privy vaults, and serve not only to pre by I I roncealed rre If in send a plain wrapper Addrestai, llluitratii-e .lIm le
you
SAM JONES remarked the other day, among th did the Womenof .Name thii now. above InTeatow'Oaldt- ItauP tor,
vent offensive smells, but to put valuable Why paper. ; .
HAM. l.aVasb D.BuG
Patent .
I- a some of his Boston hearers were leaving fertilizers into condition for use. In the Japanese :

the church before the close of the summer dry ashes can be used with and when

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