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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 22, 1887
Publication Date: 1887-1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Florida telegraph (Starke, Fla. : 1887)
Succeeded by: Bradford County telegraph

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cabinet minister, has gone in for w' Should you wish to have the stone re He knew he was in a he had seen .. '
war :. place of distress all these voy=gers of eternity matters settled. Onhtswaynomeonnorse- .
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Vf '. placed at any tune, I have it duplicated before but REV.. DR. TAU back he knew not that tree hai fallen :'
statistics. He says war between France ] Woo ns Jsnow can all was so unwonted, and the E..j would bear down toward yju and bring you a a'. ) '
How with tireat the road, and he was going at full .,-i- 4
would o1 gho1ar4 f precision at reasonable languor that lay upon him was so delicious relief. But no! :you arehTja snip OB .... ..
nnd Germany cost $3,200,000,000. How % cost. Thy the down, he struck the obstacle and dropped lifeless-. f .
of the and keep '
'sa hthe '
woes and enchanting, that he felt sure he .
I our countries-Austria, Russia, France That rise like mountn mn.ocr thei.waIt '. The visitor bowed a he pulled on his was in a dream from which he hated to THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUNDAY and gives the orders Captain no is one fr'iieI hail l the, and passing ha Tt riderless night his horse Christian plunging mother about heard.the'- .",' (

and Gcrman-fo\ght, he says the bill And who of us can say other glove, and replied: awaken. SERMON. He tht' shall either land this yes- barn, and, mistreating smeti t. j
"It is an heirloom in and Even the _ sip the bo llf the ocean was the matter,she went -' -
"We know my family, was loud knocking at the doot Hamburg or on om tt'
be and he of that "
would $0,000,000,000, also large world we never sea, cracked a century ago. Nothing could failed to rouse him to and when : and I don't care wbicL'1 Yonder is a place where her son lay, and she cried o. i {

think European war would bring uni-. The world of p'eryl? replace it." he heard his brother's voice reality ccying, out in Subject ened.: "Cheer" Preached For tho Dish. ;t. ship of of the the White Star line Yonder$> *my'Oh sent, Henry I my son dead I dead and not and a Cia Chi Ob '.. "...' :.;:r :Y

vcrsal bankruptcy, vrluch seems reasonable I Who of us know "In that case, of course not," rejoined alarm: Jean! Jean I" it only stirred his ( at Imnan Nntionalle.. not the i any Oh, Henf t Hen dead and not .,,., -. .. '

considering his figures. How much of pain smiling fare conceals, Fontaine. He drew from a drawer a wrath, as i summoned at an unwelcomehour. sas City, Bio.) calamity happening on that one Oh.I tian.1 G from such a catastrophe.TBE "&:' m

How little of'the sunlight ring-tray. "If you arc interested in rings, if the captain would only put his tpt to .
ever steals "
The. Emperor of China insists: i on having Into the. livef those'who sem the i examine these. I have some odd forms Then followed silence, and he sat .mar TEXT: "Aro man cared for my soul.- his Bear lip down, and this cry wayl out: Lwer )"ou upt t Iron and Steel Association pub .

antelopes' tails ducks' The o naerry"with appiet here. I don't expect you to buy, sir; but veling at the luxurious surroundings, and Psalms cxlii, 4 Fire! Fire!" So. No.lfeG bug giveiz.If lishes statistics of the. production of
bar'paw e."hnllkes' jest, I am an enthusiast in my trade, and if the mystery of his presence here. David, the rubicund lad, had become the that veueI g no one,
tongues, torpedo(-C1s'egg;, camel's hump, j jmonkey's M o lie iarl'y hi heart s free any one.likes to look, I like to show the The turning of a key was folowec by battle worn warrior. Three thousand whO fault w prihe Will Tt be the fault of Bessemer steel during, 18SG,from which ..V'i

lips, carps' tails and marrowbones j does not wish the word t see? goods." the quick entrance of the hote and men in pursuit of him, he had hidden ame & that hid its calamity, or w b we make the following extract: .
cave of Engedi, the coast of the Dead the fault of the vessels th .
Who of us love And, in fact it was a feature of Fon- Reginald Fontaine. darted near tht. much
on his table every day in the jeweler Sea. Utterly fagged out with the high seas,would have bn t fuh" The production of 18S5was the
pursuit "a
ser-et Then nccordinjr to the facetious I And loving, (cherish but the empty name, tines sagacious policy that he tried to forward to his brother and clasped his you have often been worn out with the tria a lid: if it had been only largest in our history dow' "to that I,
year. And feed ou hearts on naught the flame every customer see as many of his arm; he looked into his dilated eyes. ami of life, he sat down and cried out: "No my other, if you mi L Burlington Free 7Y w, he drops off to j jfclecp i j That burns brilliant and ; wares as possible bewildered facl and cried: ew for my soul. m your own fault. year, but the production of 1886 was 49 .

ant dreams that he is shooting !I|! That lights s our path as do the s bright stars of, night, Mr. Barton glanced incuriously over the "Jean! Jean! What is the lterl? slip from yo should a fal though drop a hatchway through, or a ages No there one cares have for been your men soul whose! Why entire,in all business tluj- per cent larger stilL The following ;

down :4,000-foot toboggan,slide, with atiftv.Lounl OOPS out ns quick as heaven's lightning flashes tray. Where is the locket?" skylight, there would be 01 hundreds of people was soul saving.. In tbs work Munsou table gives the comparative statistics

his 'I And leaves us-ashes: ''I\e seen acres of rings," he replied, The locket! Jean sprang up. His who would come around and pick up you went down under tu kve the cannibals of the production of : : -
, weight on stomach. w a curling lip. And he continued to lethargy departed. He understood, and body;and carry it to your home or whom he had come to and Robert ile- ingot v -
Total
-George himself to death by thirtyyears tll 1S-3.
. 0 0 IVilmot Harris. his I.saw great crowd of people in Cheyne preached .'
button gloves."Is tottering toward his brother, fell,sense hoit 1 net tons net
The greater the truth the I I asked What is 1 of age, and John Unnvan. was throws tns.Penusyln.nia
greater thelibel" strEt, and : tho ... ..1,507,577; .
there I show less matter/
anything can you that at his feet. and I fount out that a poor laboring into a dungeon in Bedfonfe>h re, and JehndiAshman Illinois........e........ J.lrOr :
is:legal maxim frequently quoted. The Versailles Locket. you are interested in?" continued Fon fallen under sunstroke;and all ou eyes m were I endured all the maL.ria!>of the African Other btatS........'....., 5.GJ!. :2.wi.i
The Court of Appeals has taine, politely, replacing the tray. with tears at the thought of his dis- I jungle! ;and there are hundreds{ and thousands 'I
JHSJ Ten days later the French salesman re fled .
Eugl.h "Family tableware children's wife and his desolate home. I of Christian men and .romen now who Total........ ..........2,541,403 1,701.769The
: a remarkable manner. A I plate, or appeared. In vain Reginald Fontaine recounted are praying, toiling,preaching,living, ,
lfrlll I ladies' \Vo are all sympathetic with physical disaster dying. production of Clapp-Griffiths .
named Batchelor [ BY WOOD oraments"rr. these facts ali urged delay until but how little sympathy for spiritual to s>ave iouls. A .'
man about hUFF .
lll'l owing CI.\RK Barton had faced towards the door. ; I heard steel included above. wa 21,647 net
c the swindler was captured and the locket i, woes! There are men in this house who have No one cares for.ourulHaTe.ou I .
. $230,000.: lie wasery popular in hi* ,, Reginald Fontaine owed his prosperity lie turned about with feeble curiosity to recovered. The Frenchman only come to mid-life who have never.yet been once how Christ it was tons in 1885, and 40,471 in 1SSG. .

native town, and a monument was erected largely to personal: skill as a workman ask: shrugged and listened, and at the end re"Settlement personally A accosted about their into eternal andi-welfae. only Calvary live the or birthpLtce sir miles from abdthe Bethlehem deathplaceof to *Our production of Bessemer steel :. :" ,
great sermon dropped an
to his memory. '. Baneath: the name and correct ta.tes. In pair, also, his "What have'" you in the way of ladies'ornaments I peated: !" enc of hundreds of do its work; Christ; but who ('a tell low many miles rals in 188U was as remarkable as t
success was tinresult of economy, and ? I Fontaine at last drew a check for the but if this world is thound brought to God it was from the throne to the'mangerS How oU
age of the deceased. were chiseled in ;, that sound judgment -ninth led him Fontaine led his customer to a showcase amount of his inclebtedqpss, and the it will be through little sermons preached to many miles down, how mny miles back production of Bessemer steel. In 182 .
marble the words: Deeply ."' when he had with bracelets combs private Christmas, audience of again? The place of his depaftbi e was t f
regretted.1 i once sa\cd a little money to glittering Frenchman disappeared. t a one. focus of all splendor and ftwr.ip: all this country produced 1,438,155 net :
The sisters at the
A local solicitor wrote to the country rent the print ipal I c-oruer store in town and pins, < bijoutry. Time passed. No trace was found ol village-the word postmarked uttered in :your throne facing his throne;hio'ame the chorusin tons of Bessemer steel rails, whch: was .. '

newspaper, suggesting the addition of the adu'itiM' briskly. .\lclprt was due to "The variety has been a little broken Barton nor his lovely wife. One day, in hearing, half of sie and half of tears the every song and the iuscr _)tilll on e\cry tl.o highest annual production down to ,
his name, nliirh had an aristocraticfound. by our Christmas sales-" he began. j! New York, H the Rogues'Gallery religious a letter-the banner; his lan'ling place a tattle pen, ma\-
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,. words: Especially by those to whom he "Xo mater, I need not trouble you,",' at ( e inalciisied Headquarters. He saw I card left at the door t whe buine you some kindof odorous with unwashed brwtes. and dogs that year. From 1J-82 to 1883 the pro-

) died indebted to the c-Mi-nt of !O.OOO.:' I Fontaine \\:<.l young man of line ad interrupted Barton. "There is nothing -I many faces there not in he collection of trouble-the anxious look of some one growling a in and mother out MUI of thl",at sable.journeyed Bornof 1. duction steadily declined to 1,07.Ifi07<;
church aisle while
earnest weary
a an sermon .
For this he has been found guilty of libel, dress Mjih a knack of apt apparel and he \ here that I wish." i his home officials-among these, F. F. acro being ,swung you into the King- eighty mik'S in severe unt-alti! that "she net tons in the latter year. In 1886 it "
quickly became the ] eler. His "It isthe best :assortment in town I" retortcd -I Barton and the French salesman who I 'a of preached there hundreds of might find the right place fO thtLord's nitivitybr
: ; not on thj dead debtor, but on his surviving leading jew lor Go are po not as other priiccs, under tho suddenly rose to l,71t,8J'J tons, -arj increase -
credit Reginald Fontaine. who
will take the word
was excellent the t-tart. He' had commissioned the locket! pie
relatives. J:! l.h Judges and bought f\m I the manufacturers "Very likely. But I came from Parsonl. Although the policd cmild not explainthis David used in the past tense, and employ it chandelifr, Lit iluler 1 lantern of 03 per cent.: '
llsc'reltl\ by to the roof o"the In .
I six and shall in in the present tense, and cry out: "No man swung 0 rope br. ( OF STEEL BAH. riWDUCTIOJJ. '
seem getting trifle mixed. months since retur
juries *
and 'OPAnATTABLE
won his conclusions
: tIl popular real trade, and coincidence and Cnt< d cara- for my soul. that place Christ started to sa-e you. Your -. .
: .
----- .- in five Jlr rose to a irood commercialposition. .un.. .o.n the spring. I think I can afford to war I Fontaine. '.' himself You feel as you go out day by day in the name, your face, your time, your t.rit' Total !*#:, Total 1W. I
An army officer says that small as 0I untilthaltinie before I buy." thcfvitr'--.a1way l -" nspiracy; th\t tug and jostle-of life that it is every-man for in Christ's mind Sometinfcs traveling onmule's nettons. net tons.
\ I back to old IJf rof massacra. IVnndTlvnnia..J.tt)7.rm 7.52-J:
army i is, there is an excessive One September( morning I stranger With some warmth Fontaine flew to kna\cs trvele tha'globe with ample himnelf.commercial You affairs can and endure would the pressure of sometimes attempting escape norvons sleep on tw Illinois.................. 4AVJ75Otiitr 30*,U! '
percentage asked for Mr. Fontaine at his store, a the show-window and caught up the capital, one jewels stolen abroadin consider it aL chilly hillside, sometimes earning breakfast fetates.......... 2i',78i :/1 h
of from iI although gentleman plarn most impertinent for any one to ask h
I dl'rtion men of foreign accent and appearance, l locket. He put this before his scornful the hands responsible dealers in whether you are making or losing money. by the carpentry of 0 plo' Quaran- Total..............1,749,839- ],0Ir.1
are far better fed and pid than any' handsomely attired, with a shrewd, (ener visitor. mal American towns, the other following But there have been times when you would tania the stones of the fclJ y their shp cent. of total
Sixty-nine our
and color like of
I Ii ,looking & per production
"Here is something have never have drawn check for of dol- ve
: you and the
soldiers in the The reason is that geticface. He was salesman fora Frenchmanufacturing recapture the prizes, your thoud his Ye all the timekeeping
worllI tantalizing
lam, if would nuge. of Besscmer steel in
seen excelled in Paris or elsewhere. demand some only your sul out of ingots
number of men enlist for the firm, who solicited trade original conspirator returning to on after you. With dn'nchel coat
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. ..i I great purpose direct with American retailers. His Mr. Barton looked at the locket in si- payment for the loss. it prlexitie There that a ache questions and about treading the surf at Gene'l Howle after 188G were converted into rails, against I IJ '
- of being sent West, and then desert. lence. He drew off his gloves and took hand dstmt by a bloodthirsty as a
pries seemed high although his wares But while he never placed or and agonize you at times. Let no sup per cent .similarly converted in

;: o This class i is very large and exceedingly were original in pattern, and the stones of up the jlwe1 HJ examined it minutely, eyes again upon the' French salesman, he pose that because you are busy all day with drunkard.while others Mourning at the over "i t doomed of the shimmering city, (1883.:! .

hall to heal with, as i is next to superior purity and lustre. In fact, it and : tThese tibt'satSwAction; of adding his test 1- that hardware, ordrygoods, or groceries than or grain, tower shout Al the sit' \ing on and -:. j 1
"/ are brilliants? :your thoughts are no longer your ?
: impossible to apprehend' them, owing to was a grade of jewels more costly than "Guaranteed genuine true diamonds." I monyjjft-.; ( evidenceagainst yar.l stick, and stop at the br headed nails coming on to sve you. Indir ted n being TXIEEE was a" temprar lull in the
Fontaine had yet carried, and it appeared lUr, : :at a later day, and of of the store counter. you speak once traitor against government, perjured wit
the general fee-ling throughout the mountain doubtful if "A very handsome affaitr-j-very hand- .sihith.:B to prison. The religious think times. : nesj s swearing their souls way to dull proceedings: of the Supreme Court, ,
liis'quiot town would 5,0
. that have from justify some. This came from France?"* abut call thig not : his buthery. Flogged, spit on, slapped in correspondent (
are a writes
regions : they escaped such expensive i ii vest:ncnt S. Accordingly 'Versailles, Locket, however, never reappeared you the then hoistedon rou h lumber, a 'A'ashington ,
a kind of .shn ery. Another class liable to he declined to buy. "Versailles. It is a mastcrpic );. it, but Mr. nlginh Fontaine concluded worltng. Of COU3 you have are had industrious in sight of earth and heave and hell to when the rustle of female garmentswas .
busy,
the Versailles Locket." ad keep you your eyes
known .
:>.: desert consists of voting men of good The stranger retired, but in a half-hour as .. that his experience was worth the opened to the reaitie of the next world. purchase your eternal emancipation. From followed by the entrance throughthe
"What is the ? the first to the la t of
returned a'Min. lie price i two thousand five hundred dollars whichit You are not .You *know better infant Step stop marthoodon
family who have become dissipated and had made inquiries "Three thousand dollars." I foL the sharp spike of Calvary a journey MarshaFs private door of a beautiful .
at the hanks and satisfied cost him. He deals no more with unknown than any one can tel. You know that a
'J enlisted. in a moment of despair. But the jeweler's res1ionsibi, I ity. He himself now.offercd the Mr. Barton inspected it closely, and foreign manufacturers, neither I!! few years at most and that wind up will your take earthly resi for ly! dolorous xn- Oh arithmetic! how ho earc'for.your stable soul, young lady. I was Mrs. Cleveland. '

: '. strangest class i is that of the chronic de to leave a few articles on (commission, for laid it down at last with manifest change does he trust valuable jewels amongst I engagement a sphere you where all yourbusiness wintry tempt the midnight dampness. the She was tastefully dressed in a maroon- .

er'r. These mel enlist, desert and then the purpose of introducing his styles. of Fontaine beaming.more cordially He looked, and at said Reginald, in an :I rangers.-Frnrik Lc.le8.An I sometimes adroitness think would till b a superfluity.You head aches. Sanhedrim, the heights days fromfood.of Golgotha! the, brt aI' S .colored tailor-made suit. .A,handsome .

enlist again. Some men enlist to escapeintolerable Fontaine welonll this proposal, and insinuating tone: about great religious subjects.your You down which al the.hatreds of eah and all the black, boa which encircled her'neck

i '- gave the required receipts, obtaining a "I presume you would shade that price I Explorers' Expedient.Not the street with your eyes fixed on the go pave then furies hel charged with theu bayonets,and for added to the attractiveness of her cos*
blakmail dozen very handsome gold breastpins, : I ment, oblivious of the passing t say again tht no one cares
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t a little for cash? a few people have wondered how mutitude your I tume. She was accompanied J.b'Mrs.' ;
and thoughts eternal .
ruby emeraldin on su .
bearing sapphire, "I a little," returned the Dr. Junker who has returned tq i your gone A man might w<|1 po off from .
The four daughters: of Ignatius lliggin, unique settings and a locket. might, very just You wonder if the Bible is true, how much of )young a Folsom and r.11ii. ;Mosot,
costly and and notiier intimation -
his father no
: "home
in his turn. succeeded give aot
coldly civilization from Africa,
jeweler, now speaking C'ntrl it is literal and how much is figurative law,
.'::iI of .Madison County, Illinois, not only He exulted over the brilliant additions to I'll see. I'll send my wife : in passing safely through the hostile if Christ b God,'if there is anything like retribution a to where he'has gone, and crossing those present knew )[:a. Cleveland bjii t. I

le make their own dulses and other dot- his exhibit.which would at least lend i "Wel look at it. She likes such toys, I tribes in the lake. region. The mystery is you are immortal, if a resurrection -' the,sea'cold,sitting sick! and down hungry i-i .and in 'foreifra.lonely, sight, and those who did not were: .
edit to the stork and add to his will ever take place, what the country
i//" ing, but sl"n mI weave the doth f The locket especially was a notable repute.ac'Cfsiol. but wl\tHr she will buy or not is quite explained at last, and Dr. Junker tie- of your departed kind is, what occupation ,you- saying : 'vMy father" and mom her don't care speedily relieved of tlieir ignorance.( .

' \fhich {hey are made from raw cotton and ( and he it '(' ; Luckily for me,,she has moneyof serves credit for inventing anjngcnious will be 10,000( years With a cut anything about him about,! me. hat Do not fathers C anything hair Mrs. Cleveland remained in tho court.
gave a Why,, ha '
conspicuous
f her own. For part, three thousand method of reducing danger to minimum tired placidity of 'countenance you
.: Mr. Higgin is rich man, rated plate-glass shelf of his show win- my turned gray since hs went cit He kas about njinutes. Although :
corner thirty
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: into fire with agitations of Oh, this room
\\01. dollars! is too much to put a jewel. |i in traversing unfriendly parts of Africa. sul sltryanxiety written to all the in the foreign ports,
I : '\ 'orth $230,000( and his daughters are dow. It was oval in form, of solid gold.adorned "What is your business, Mr. Barton??! Before going far fjpTrrt Albert Nyanzahe of your 1 asking about that cons"sn po not the mother the learned counsel in the telephone .
with sold! to or bought them from Christian
:.: pretty, intelligent I and Iccomplhell delicate It bas-relief studded work with and inquired Fontaine. ascertained that there was no hope .nf> people goods for ten years, and they have never car anything abut him He ha broken"her suit continued his argument, apparently -, .
dainty was a heart. She smiled since he went
if "They live luxuriously in n handsome cluster enamel diamonds on each side. "Importer of oil paintings. Jam also his getting through the tcrt&rf of the whispered one word of spirtua couns You away. All'clay long, and nlmo all night, oblivious of Mrs. Cleveland's pres- '
commissioned by people to buys Waganda nd one or 'hostiletribes'wiUnftit have passed up and thy aisles of
:.t house, expensively and tastefully fur These lliamonliswerc clear and vivid, works of art wea11y, usually make.1 aid. If he not murdered churches with men who knew that you had he she 1 kep askiiigVhere is the first thought her Where can cnce, it was obviousthat his words fell

' nished. Home-made clothing is the uniform in size and quality, and of radiant -, v. no of heaven, and talked about the i prayer deaf Almost-every in
trip once a year. Am here no.w to 'eeivoI I he f1 at least he de'inel as a hop about physical health, and and the last tiiozrht i her prayer, th upon ears. eye
your
;-t. father's hobby, and the gills depth. "' a shipment from Antwerp. My wift and prisoner. and Arb trading everything but that concerning which thought in Vre morning and the Ilst a night' the chamber was fixed'upon ier. The .
en.ihl' abut
\ e ought to give that locket a name, She : "Oh, God, bring.tSek my
dulgc'him in it. paid .Jean Fontaine he the I I a rl stopping at the Desplaines Ho"u.se. i caravan was starting for the coast but'the you mot anted to hear them speak, viz., mu,t says see him before tdie. 'Where1 i grave and dignified Justices cat furtive .
; __ as "tonl by everlasting spirit. Times ngail
He laid down an embossed card, neatly I Arabs wereafraid to appear to.befriend your number he.! I mu t see azain bewre I die. in her direction and blushed
:.J window, admiring it. Jean was Regi engraved with his name and bearing his : him as they could not afford incur the ) have felt in your heart, if you have do not his father and"mother care tor him* glances ,
The pecuniary value of "a good time nald's brother and chief clerk, a skillful crest, bowed and sauntered out.. I ill will of the native kings.In t not for uttered it with your lips: "No man cares You go away from your Heavenly Father, like schoolboys "wiion Mrs. Cleveland, /

; would seem to he as ,difficult of estimation and (competent assistant. Three. days later a messenger came to | this emergency the novel idea oc- my soul"There been times when you were especially and you think he does not Ctll'e'for you in her survey of thV sunoundings, '.
; will not reo-t tho letters by
.as the weight of an odor or the "Suppose we 1Illc it former propertyof Reginald Fontaine,with this note: I! cured to Dr. Junker to sell himself as a pliable on the great subject of religion. b'aus you invites you even to conpe hack, while chanced to discover it. "When she ("I?

11 York Marie Auttoi I suggested Reginald slave to one of the Arab traders. .A bargain It was so, for instance, after J'OI had all heaven is waiting, and wa.ting, and
New
breadth of Yet the locket to wait face turned to
a "mie. n who was wont to make free use of "DEAR SIR: Please bring I lost your property. You Lad a great many arose to go every wan
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struck he became for to A man
Room 24, House, at two o'clockthis was fUl ostensibly letters ing you retlr. youig .
for unfortunate.You
will he called to the delicate Desplaines blowing you up being f closed
perform the
jury on his write to follow her. As door
ilnaginat ion. ternoon. My w ife wishe'to see it, and the property of the trader. The contract showed that there had been a concatenation his father: "I am going off: v i upon
I task. The City Surveyor of Roche "Xo, no!*' replied the more prosaic is unable to leave the hotel. I can't pYomisa I stipulated that the Arab, for the sum of of crcumstance and.that your Insolvency you at the end" of sven tell you her retreating form the three'hundred 4

invited be at the unveiling Jean. "\Ve can't ascribe historical I qual you that she will buy; but, as you like to chow I Austrian dollars was to "deliver thetraveler yours. Your creditors where I am. Many year have passed along : I
: >ter was to present would, ha< 1,500 wa since that son went away, and for years the and more male spectators sighed as one
I pleased w
ities. looks too new. We might your wares, b t you talked to as though they would have 100
cal alive at Zanzibar where you has been .to depot '
I father
of in New "Yours, upon going Cleveland's 'had
Statue Liberty locket
of the submit the t cents ou the dollar or your life. : after man. Mrs. beauty
it 'A Congo Souvenir, or 'The Tonquin i F. F. BARTON." the presentation of the contract the money fot in the village, on the an ivaIf every
1 York Harbor and laid him"l1 out for a Trophy.1' protest tumble in on yonr desk who train. and when he hears thb whistle in the made converts of them 1i
.1
him firm
Fontaine thought a moment. would be paid to by a doing used to your hand with both'of their distance he is thrilled with excitement, an'i
time. The train which he took Hegina1 It that Dr. and shake it now on .
good Hegina1 }'lITlt. dignity asserted iel. He business there. happened violently pass von ho waits until all the passengers have come
York : (, our customers will had with him order.written in street with an After train has A MAS-named Jim Hommers Kept a .
should have brought him to New ( called his trusty brother,and him : Junker an atmotimpreptibleno. out. and then he waits until tIre
know it is French, or even undcrtaudfneh this firm authorizing him to six or clear out of sight again and then he Mich. the '
it Arabic by gone vile place at; Manigtiqnc, ,
arT -
in ample time, but for some reason the note. I I anxiety you go home and you shut the door,
tho-next ,
} think it was made home. hastening back to
a They with the goes tin
lived six hours late and the good time in nauH. wi the ('onI I "Jean, I'll let you wait on these people. -I make any desirable arrangements and throw ).ouJl on the sfa and you feel and he will be at train until county seat ot Schoolcraft County. ,,
(oUwtielt, we !tat' Sell the locket if Gettwentyseven traders of Central Africa. in a state despair.. wish that someone ever until the
you back, son waits of the School-
cn. .mh ( Clarke editor
was! irretrievably spoiled. The Surveyor trary. will. have a little placard printed, I hundred you can't do I Dr. Junker set out with his Arab would come in and bre.up the gloom. father'Ul'be dead. But oh, tht greater patienceof Major .
and laid naming it the 'Versailles Locket'and annotuiiciIm i him into thelion's Everything seems to you-the for not craft County Piqiesr, finally reached ,
has sued the railroad company: better. Take good care of the caravan, which took straight I bank against Your creditors (Ql! He has bean waiting you

his damages at $1,000, which is his <- masflf as iInlurtcr.AeeorIiugly any locket." den, or, in other words, into the i Your friends YOI. suddenly become againstyou. critical swn .ear not nine years,lit for some of a determination to use the columns ot .
next day appealed: a delicate I II chief of )[ the despotof All the you, :years,thirty yeu': f-'rty years, but the
town .
: mate of what good time would have advertisement in Llac'k.ald-wllt(': I A porter led Jean that afternoon to 'wanga C\e All against the .Oi. t past You against make you. Ylnrwaiting, aaitmg,calling his paper to obliterate this evil,
24? and knocked upon the door. F Uganda.: l'pn'sl'ntet against you. re until nothing but ominpotent patience determination proved-- o! a disastrous
, -I been worth to him in the elevation of hisspirits ''Theersailles Lckl't.-(1 own Im- I loom said \oice within. I i that Junker was not his friend or trnl- prachu outvry: "No man cares for my have endured it. Oh,my brother, do not take
of his from France.-Genuine "Elt'r but his slave whom i the sentiment of text as rour sentinvnt. nature to him. After several publications -.
the rejuvenescence system portatiOfl.-Diret I .Jean went in. A lovely woman hug companion, was There was another occasion when all the my .
incident- Diamond*. Fine Gold. Hand Joung I he had bought of a negro tribe further I doors of heart We do care for your sul OneSflbbathnight the Somraers clement grow des
and languid for sacred
: of his ideas I richly clad, with pale ( your swung open in my : in .Brooklyn -
tl'expmsiol ; $3,000. Before heron I north. In his capacity a slave Dr. influences. A bright light went out in :ren ago and night while the Ma or
the
one
end of
of his head as well. (ra\'I.-PrP air, reclined in an easy-chair. ( yurhouhold a young man appeared at the perate,
ally perhaps, i ( passed. The ladies of the town I centre-table was tray of wine- II Junker passed muster in the court of Within three or four days-ter platform and he said to me: ''I have'just come his editorial duties in his uinacle
Whether a jury will put, as high as that examined and admired the locket. a 1 and he was togo wer sickness death said"When did was pursuing
i ('an1 1! glasses. Mr. Barton stood opposite; and King M'wangn, pcnnittcd You were lonely that 100 people coming off the sea. you avef. his suddenly dropped from i
isbtill problematic. Christmas, went by and still the jewel newly opened I bottle from I II in peace with his owner.-JYivo rol into the house E did not break Said be1 came it prti oflice pen
still'upheld '
: up th sltn this
1 I Hatteras
i in its in bed plate-glass a I! killed ,wa in a great Cp his hand, and he held before, him a
sit thl You almost o
: upon of were
lay._ .. Lu I t which he had just poured :tiny glass Sll. ne. tc last ;, 'I t I might n 4
The announcement was recently made shelf un.olt. lie DreastlulitsVerC iai\en, 'i dark wine. He bowed to .Jean. 1 domestic calamity. A few formal prfuc well go to ) thout ad:_ to hell. I | bleeding finger. .An attempt had been .

for steel but the locket proved too expensive for I --- "You are from the Sale of Crown Jewels. I tory stairs words of consolation went to were the u e"you though' the .ship' woud sink ; but, sir, to assassinate hint by shooting "
that making jewclr'sr' you grave;
hal }
a new I about
hundred bfol'e .
process thooeht
,
:I
w's Twenty-live :
j. Fontai patron "Yes, fir." May 12 has been set for the auction one to come and talk \ lftJrtb* .e vEoy hIm "Do the wfndow. The next issue "p,
revolutionize sadto : through
been discovered i ; it was to dollars was the sum he stood accountable I' forward, if you please." I sale of the crown jewels of Frnce. The I I"Ilegent" whole matter, and recite the alleviations, and my unt t to
"Step feel able -d.willing .
the industry: calm imlrnseing for to the 11(1\.1 manufacturer; in payment i The went out and closed the diamond, valued at twelve decipher the lessons of the dark bereavement.No you save your tht C 1 "I do." of the Pioneer'>containeJ a still more

.J of booth time mc and money. The news came for l should he make:a :< door. porter Jean handed forth the locket, II million francs, will not be sold. The one until came.2 or 3 Maya o'clock in tune the you morning could, and not *'\V ell," I &"Oh, y'.h'pla t come severe tirade against the brothels. An

: from Louisville \\licr the inventor lives. : sale, and although in confidential mo- huh Mr. Barton passed to his wife. I I"How Louvre Museum will receive the jeweled sleep then your sleep was a troubled dream, in and" b saved by 'fun "| ant,'? we t d answer to this was the awakening oi

t nude rncnte he offered it to criecial customersat i beautiful!" watch of the Dey of Algiers; impe- which were re-enacted all the scene of sickness,. will you now, in t'Jye time a Mr. Clarke to.find his printing office .

: It was added that the new lros : twc'nt "-"l'\'l'n hundred, no one profitedby i She held it to the light and examined :1 rial crown ant the, sword of the, Dauphin and parting, and dissolution. Oh, what days abut to offer'give!" "I will,"he feklf Then we tire torch of an incendiary.Ho .
steel discount from the setprice. I and nights they were! No man seemed to' laid low by .
it this liberal Ehere will beplenty
possible to change it critically. i I w ill go into ( meling pot knelt in prayer, and after we. had Jot f
to that of the hardest quality in a1) ( Every; night the locket was carefully "Had jou not better take this now?" of rn' aul el jewels let. however I :Th i e for re you was another occasion when through pfajxagi;he told mr(bat.the got a new outfit and started in

t few minutes. Supeiior case-hardening; put away in the ) tl"IOof compartment said Mr. Barton, proffering her the glassof i( for amateurs to bid on rHotc-1 heart was very SUptible There was a great u transfc doubt i i toon cad taken the p...!..cud not n >Jrt afresh, but his past experience had I

of his huge tccl \'au1 and every where the sale is to take awakening. ther were of people .. pe'mtygain lose, [ proved top dear for him, and the tone : .
qualities were claimed: and the President morning its plush bowas ltor'c to the wiH. it, and looked toward ..Jean.'ferhitiS II'ouot of them business associates 'li' of journal was
his
of the company owning the proc:' I 6how- helf, but the jewel !'l'11a lkel\ this gentleman-" she said, ) on public exhibition for a month after acuaintnc some members of yoajown* ,.. ;-- ". .boon;"1-rfer- .' *
sme bl cona'derable decree.
offered the Government remain as an adveitiscment In the meantime they Ye prhp b erated to a
'; ,'isitela hin"tol and suggestively.. j being catalogued. family by sprinkling or i Htatafcdclfe fa _- .
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to make the steel. I traveling ral'ml reappeared to claim it. ," replied Mr. Barton. He I repose in a triple-walled safe with the sion. Christian people thought of you, a '; bpiwr" .

the sole right dl'scripI I One day I gentleman came in and let poured out two more glasses, and PUShl'dlone | Minister of Finance. This safe, fastenedin they cale at your store, but you weoto' -- -. AMONG late visitors to Washington -

The Chicago Aye (f Med sent a his gold Match for repairs. This was a toward Jean.Vihl you join us, j II the wall, is locked with three kcy.s, They stopped at your ho you wut- Trtb:*&* that has teen Angustin de Iturbide, tho :
tion of the and the superior whom Fontaine had: like sweet confided to a high and had gone around t spend the eveg. They night OhS JMKU bvindden conversion '
new process tall, majestic person ? I is port. Do jou each key being sent a kindly message to you with BGca save grandson of thq Emperor Itnrbidc, and .
1 qualities claimed for it to one of its cor- often seen of late upon\ the streets, wearing sir ? jJean j trusty functionary of the ministry. The i by accident, you did not get it. The lifeboat one moment*you awelr v 3be >pan}n-a you i at time adopted as the heir'to tin '
competent ('Xpr heavy sealskin cap and a melton was very temperate and unused to !I diamonds were all stolen in 190i: when of the Gospel swept through the surf andeverybody deaths, C cta.Te one

:: r pndcnt., said to lIe a late ulster:, with collar and cuffs and pocket- liquors. But here were a couple, evidently '< the revolution was at its height, but an &m get i but you. Hveryr.: a l Sd i devec Mexican throne by Maximilian "an\l

( a ket his opinion. In a I laps of seal fur, :tl clad throughout ineOstlV of high social rank, :ecustomec I anonymous letter told where they were I thing personal sm sympathy escape would you' Oe tonph you o God's sits' be cme Carlotta. His father was Don Anger' I ;

I isue of the journal :1 opinion is given I deference to fashion. UN watch no doubt, to the foreign use 1 I! two months after. Thewere found con- into the kingdom of God. When puh cnu- her and now,li and forever is ready, de Itnrbidc, and 1m nio'thcr Miss Alice '- 3

and proves to be' decidedly unfavorable: ,, was heavily ('based, and very valuable.lie might give offense to refuse and bargainsoften cealed in a thicket in the Champs Elysces. ion day your friends went in, and your sons .Lve your a multitude Green, of the District of* Columbia, *
of the claims was particular to take a receipt in the hang -on trifles. He responded Some very costly jewels were never recovered and daughters went into the church- I feel

: to the new process. Many to name: of F. }' Barton, and departed courteously, and sipped the sweet port to howe'cr.-1exos Slftingi. buried your face in your handkechW ..O.. 'jf-and you will brinaf along..01 I The Emperor Maximilian, wishing" 4.
stated sobbed I left
2 made for the new (1M'o\HV are without so much as recognizing II bottom of his : "Why a out. Ef nd; your friends with you. conciliate the Iturb'do party in Mexico .
abruptly, the quick glass. seems to get saved but me. m ire heard in healen already of.
:0
;- b baseless, from the fact that many fcul in Reginald Fontaine the proprietor of Take a seat here," said the lady. The national debt per capita of the my.souL" -. -. the step yon are take.The persuaded the parents of Don

: l>erior qualities claimed for i are already the premises.At Jean accepted a large easy chair by her United States is $23, or including State I is Hearken a to revelation it I have to so i I. news h been cried a a t',t gl set Angustin. to gjve up their childjto be
,the time Mr. Barton returned turned her bright, dazzling that of France is $124 of startling Stment. W rung out from the
appointed ; .
and side. She debts $27: .
attained the Bessemer open- \ that I I Car *
go him and the
by watch. Fontaine in you mut prove n o A R>t there is some adopted;-by Empress
for his personwaited of Holland $115 of .
him ,
Britain $127 ; su sve
cx- Great ; of this total indifference .
; hearth process. The claims made arc on him, and noticed the massive eyes" You upon are certain these are real diamonds Italy, $80; of Belgium, $78; of Germany. gard to your soul, I a to tell yo,you. en1 r of the redact this God gospeL him- lotta. -This was agreed to, bat afterward -

a lincd in detail, and the opinion is given signet worn by his customer, the ?" $39. The combined national and State heaven, hell are after your im' Jw ot keep his h friendsIt Don Angel and his wife b'itterly s

I that many of the virtues stated to exist onyx monogram ring of which"seemed cracked. Warranted genuine, madam," returned taxes, excluding county, town and other tat he\sir.it.cheat Although it, hell t you destroy may it,:: is a dreadful thing l i then Just, to regretted it. After-a struggle of mbrej/ 'C
bill b keep
himself in the
in the new discovery arc beyond belief.: Mr. Haron'threw down a fifty-dollar Jean. local taxes, are, for the United States,. n ;stranger to the Christians in this ho his children, way companion than two years they succeeded, partly* ,;
; air. and gathered up sounded thick to his own G including their would and their hearts
$ faces
theeditor with an \ His voice $4.50 per capita, or payment glow woU "keep back his business -refuse '
Mr
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The letter ends by, congratulating the changewithout appearing to take ears, a strange oppression rose. into his on the public debt;for Italy, $10.2, bud if tfctt saw you make one step hev- .go into himself i refuse t let through the representations ot* : ,
hve
: of the Age of Steel on his not having count of it. He hooked the golden loop brain, the world seemed rocking upon for Holland, $10.90; for Belgium, $1; 'ad Sovricateandlar I rehg word thers go i Reward and Colonel John Hay"then I
to carry chain into its buttonhole, restored and the lady and the locket for weol' b :A at the clo of a religious Paris *" -
permitted his enthusiasm of his heavy endless waves, for Great Britain, $11.80; Germany ru *** o behalf youg was asked to decide ifie matter of Charge d'Afla'res at iafrccOver% |- -

him.away. The journal quoted seems to the to his pocket with an nppeare to float away-away. $12; for France, $18, or, with the4onual WhYone signal src. He said: '.' will not do h tug him. His father is dead. l1'-t"r" ic
; of satisfaction and turned away. 1 of oo'r air $19. th thau- the man kept
C place great faith in this correspondent, "I see that youui net Is broken," sid awoke twilight filled the defcit J anyharto. talking with Wel and Crt insist th mother, now Donni-'Alicia ItnrbidJ ?4g >$

and as it docs not give any opinion itself, Reginald. Fgnfainc, respectfully."AJittle I When with Jean shadows, and rays We must do quickly what there is no war, ? from and the from men the of I I to-night" you either take Godbr! "if reject .it lives in bandom3. *sty la ia the*. "City of ?' _
fatic put s-Sr
readers are l to< judge for themselves.The ," replied Mr. Barton, drawing rom from the fell flickering. on the hurry for, to be able to do slowly wht steam would pun t the < "WeU, said I the young man There you now,tb* .texi < *
f 5t' Tnps "' ****" that. way, win reject.H
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: that be does not have an abundanceof:_ J H. . .IS.j swi of s '! fd IIf sl'i '. .2; i 18 .o: 11 17 1 sW qr 01 sw .ir lhen ts.J tlt'g'v) .4-lii.) I Owrwr1)lIimowl1...... ',\Ii 1"'.s sw I' of n.v: V .. -.. . -.. ..I.'s 4.I g W 1227

; Afresh vcgatab'es. He has our thanks for . . .. . '.W i ofswi II lf w! .1; ii:21: : IOj W, i 7Bevill ft2-lo0chii'dm4 aJ (.ICgAS. :. W. 8&3. .It.eiins. Il' "fr 10 t O. Owl1.rUnknowo.Owner:: : Unknown..... ,s X of''i.. '' IC''LI': .s-J. '.'s' m.; 4 .of.nw. .,I .. .....1,141..1.0 345 4 19

;. J Z . .. . .I.. I') s,! (,f I Jut 2 6. I ,24)),, 1')1";, .J 'z.tJ CoJ ) r.. ....... .. ... . n.'Io Cseqr . -. -. .. ; ; 'cSli 81 566 Owner 1..l.Iknl\\.n. ... q..f r ,-. s- c.f lC- -' w," ie- .. ., f .

: t two as fine cabbage as we have xcu. this HOI\'cJI. Wm estate Jf. .n of.lols :. 7 Uk 9 in f'larke : : ; 4 19 Jon sEl' .. . .... I'Cllrof'"w qr .. . . 11. ji:1 4J 2.I:J O"'nurl.uku'WD..1. I f nc',.swi C' .v,or lt.li w 1''. sw Il"'4. of sw V . ':.: 'I I 4T: ; UOii 933
. . . : lil 40 ; ) 'e. 'v
Edward . 1.
I 1 Johnson ofsw r" I'.
1
? ,_' eeason. V Barker George C.\Bl.giliinglOj\ fL w from sw ('or of :11111"I I ---- 11' 8W'I'clr : . ) j II f: -1 'ii Owner Unknown .. Itr I" f' J. IC itW Ie w 'i (,C "t" ne I I
S S l.w'1ro I W'f' ;. ... 4'213CO'
3 Of and IIIIIICC :lO i .17 01:1 .1 a (i !\ ." (.nI .fll.'i.. c.f..w ;' -1 67867K
l.. SIJI1 Thompson s JonesEellj .. ., w54ot neqrofsvqre.ofseqrOfflW1ir I '

f* ." Dr. J. II. ]Barron has sold out 1& candy ft w 1Oj fuel n 210 feet t' 10.' feet to I Joues Henry .. . ........... 55 Jr on s sidO ''tbl I' i.f .3OI Mills 1,1k .: s.C.,f. J'to Owner Unknown .. .:e 'Ai;:f"of d
of irl hc town of : j 0 It 22e Temples atTeniple .' v .. 25,421280ofse
beginning I fse 639
pa'c of re,1W n .
nd JOJIIslsuac! S---------------- .. . Rj 211 Owner Lnno'n---------! nw s AI : : : i 1.
.1. 8wiruswqr
r grocery store to Jlr. Q. Alums Iukc S 1 I 5 4:1: of 1iO IJ1) Owner Unknown.... A! I..r'L SJof \.,1'11.1. II\\; 'i'ofr.\\, e *.'J, ; } 13'I
IIWIII' "Will' S S .. intv
.-. who will c.m.1uet tie business. an.l aft; to Bei1ing.ED. . iiw! Of inst 1. acre ins.\'for/Jfn tof i I : I Jut1)s C .4. .. .... . nW'lr <'fst"11' Ilt'rofswqr Ii) a 0'1 V.; 8.de. S sv.4 of sw I H' sw V .Ii. .iII',-f n nw.4 nw i of',. nc .V :,: 111320, I

; iu nw l'or ot sc I of i of't'lJr or sWII'IO a on W side of SWlJr 01 Owner Unknown---------. ; I't, .. .. .. .. 4 Wii ICO12i
i a the trade deiv.end. Iisv i acres . . 36 j :.0 lOll Ii I Ii Jhl of s w ... .. ... .; 4 19
nwt. .32: llt: 4Oswi --------------7 S\\'ql' :1 I; :. MIl' Unknown ..,,n X <.r\\ .V.se >j of ne .11... .. .. ... .... .':..i" 4:: ) 3 4'OwnerUflkfl"fl '
-.' '--- ; ---- a in col'oCnellrOr8\Hlr., Owner
Irs. Weeks has little addition -. of sw .29 5 I Oltl Jones \V C. ..... . Beginning at 0 e cor 0' Mr: S- Edward; .s ... .. si* ;,'"g ,,oJ... .... .... .... .. .:3- )1 40 139 '
) built I "pi n.o of Sf\ I I.
f .
t I nea. Qf s ..,01 .} SO hind tileD II Hi feet w 105 leet s IIo 'Cl't o.wllf'r U1lkllown.... ." f II uw. 4''
4 S 111 : /or w.Ii\V ;{ !.. .!o 81'.Jj..f I."Ofi'W\ 894
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to her on Slariison ave. and i of .::3)) 5'Itcl' &1 20 49 then to DW cor bounded E by llro.\cl'Ya) ... .. . ... 16. 4 19
t.! fll' ; Church s bi' . w .X of ne .\ s X :jf..w.4 i ?
Chritiai .3I
Pry .wus"i it with paint, Brown. Stephen agent;, I: .! I i It Mi-p II;b.r S Edwards Sap! by. . .. : Ii .'.111- O\\'n"I"1nkllo\\n. ', ofse )( .. .. .. . .... ... ... .1 'I.lt1.,! 4 1 91 ,, Ui'
IWllerUIlJ..aow.o.v; ... ... .. .... 48 1007not
X of X '' -
ami *
: : :usanA' Browll.ociof 'wi .:Jj .) Itc! rnw S X 'i'o' seqrc-fneqrloacre4 (.ff sW COI s.. 't w -,,., '1
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... 2) 6 All . . ; i U -
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Tie Naked Truth ILe aJed. of nwl: se of. nwt :16: .i'18' 1 ''l: 9 90 Kr.i htRTIl C A Knight.. sW'll'o o 'e qr seqr ol lie. .qr . . .. .; .'Ij 4"") 51jl; fl\\'Q'rUnkllwn owll..rl.'nkl.nwn... .. I ;r . .. .. .. ..1 l

BJrcl. Silas..w: of 'l'W: : j'II' t\O, 'j3 Kite llomel' .. . sw ... . .. ;. ; 4) R 8! Owner Ui.km.wnOwner ... .. ... .. !.
New York in f rcscqr I jr
The World speaking > : .. .. .. ... .. -1. M ..'.
4 . . :4 50 III t I. of 4' ... ".'
. . . .swofnwt .18, 3l ; KiteEtisha . 1.0' sersWqro'st-qr ... .. 1.uIIIOvn..S .1.) i 480140J' '
t the benefits to be derived from advertisingin of '':0 9 lJ: ; swqroCwqr . . . X20. 40' i 1j Ownt-rUnknown. . All ll"'NH.'iufH '' "nIlIlJ' of s'.. '+ . .. -,., :1 io o' #.

I ISW t wi W.J.211 ; -.- i ''.' . . ._.. ..;. ; : .JII 4t.Ii I Owner Unkn IWH. .. .....se .I.f'f si- .'.' -------------------------------M: l. 1 99
; a home paper SIS: Batten, ..JV . .ne of lIC} M'} tJf se t IIC of -c! ..f 722, 120, 7 26 ;' t'llr of wqr . . . i 70 all 10H: ( )wner Unknwfl---------.' 3'-j of. &. !* <-- w } ,wi of st .. ..''s -SOt) 4 ]i .

"Many n dealer who places $100 ad- . . . .. .ne 6. of-n \. ..),,,' 622, .:0: -.t-.. ). tlneqr o: ,.t-qr ....-.. .... . Ii Ii I :H a5 Owner t'nknijwii------- n. of 'l'tIIJ, 'i I\W.4..... ... -.... 4. 8lt.CO) j'<
I I I i ,. OwllC.rUllkn..wll. S i. ...... .. . .f 12'0 ,

I .. Tertisemeut in his Tillage paper be ,Wftlk3Sr3WCblk3S' ) ; r 4 W 1 lO',' LJnu . . .1 C'II'oCu\\qr . . . I;:;. .II 4'') Owner Unknown..-.. . .... . .. '

1"111\111'! I"lIutli\'blOil .:2 6.22 11 54 Lyn'i Mathew. . .. :! ( CI\' 'i. 3j ofuqr\\rof1t'qr .L 1-1 Owner: Unknown. s-7"/ of iiw" IeI'1 'w4n.Csl'! .:: i .. I 4 gjOwwr .1

", ggules his investment whl'l i is worth Colson, .J .J. . . Ow i of lIC 1. t20' (; '.. I In'v I H"F ..( 1:0-11' ,. II 'i :10 : !13t1 .:.

E to him double.what: he for it.: ..drerlising 1.1 to;: 40 9 6- I ILrIlI1DE.: ... . . 1l\\,111lu\\1I'Oaol1w, side c( S'lr ornwqr [ Unknown. ... .;e it ofse S' ..."I . ; .. .-. .. .. .. I. 40 I 91 ':1
.
pay toe. 4" : I I . ... 120"
. 0 Unknown.. r liWW 4 or IIW 1 I' 11 : !. 60
rates of the city tewspaperwould Crews A II. . . 'c of sw 1- . :j: 6O: 40; I lot I .. . . -. . : :.IS:. i.L. Owner,Own) 'r Unknown! .... ..u"r 4 ofS.. I.4 iav:. .: S 'i of nw IP'4 ofnw JU';' otfrae. i 18J201H41: 13

1\\\ :lof 1Jl' t .10( 62o' 4UI 'j 95Cooksey uflt J;' :. .. .. . 'i"oJ Owner Unknown---------4 At of sw" 'S.. ..fs., '. in"X i>f sc 1i.. of I I :'
r astoulsh such TTusiness men. One A G. . ..._. i 'I f" .29 (._).)!, 40sC W'I.\IIwljr i .'ii} li : 11'.V clf..c'ij..fSl. of nt't .'. ... f: a. 5 CS "

column in the Chicago Tribune costs the : 622 N O. I.iJolI IR.. .. .. . svlit- (ilK..' 11-1\ .' Owner UnKnwn! '. :*'/.1 s. I; J"C St.' H' 'i or S.' X orw. '., .. 4: : }I 8j' 4O 1 W .l't
i oJ 11t TIC 1 of nw l- .:;3 I .CnII.I.\\.ll.oC""l'nt"lrorswqI""M Ii" 7 'I
LidJull A 0 .. \,'. d .eqr I 2 : O\\nt'I'Uu..IW\.II..II h l-- ; advertiser $20,000 per annum Thl New ,5 1) ne :i of Se t .2:2 fj 21 : 1:0( : .' LI.ht"U.\.S .. . Wli'n"II'Wiof, n'.q..of.l1l..q'. .. I" ,Ii ,L. i rJ 4 1'1 ... ofe \ --...-. ... .. .. ... .... 0 I 1S230W' 548 ;.

':. Herald lowsst i ofsei ] 7.t1. ; ttJ, LIHohl'l.t. s.I'fio't llrsJ'fscll"UllC'II'. . I'j" [ '.I I -, Owner Unknown.... 1j n .fllt '. .... ... .. .... ..10 :. i.) 346 't
York receives for its
: price :3 tOts CaJl OL tWII of 1.lrke ; Lewk Josiah A Jr. .. 11\\.q..1.sWlJr . . ... 2 Ii l io .9 .j\ n.r Unknown .... sw 1.1. :, ,.r'n\\ ','. i. i 4 c.( sw ( fl t ot n* !. H' : i ". f'l
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f:36,863. and for its IHghest price $62, 80. on I Le\\ii! uwq-: iii wql' . . . ., j21 "II 'iIJ.1. l'ItPe'4 e.'jet.'o; .1, ..... .. .... .....',11 I ": 181) --' 639 ...
; .. 1.IIls'on )h.,1II 1.t to\\11 Llf SIlIke MI"b\n : : % ot k.l F.. .. . .. . 'i )\) !\ 4 5 O' n<'r UnnoWii--------! st- ', of tin I, .. -.. .: "V" 12 51t1.1 -Jw 1 99
: The New York Tribune f"f ff lowest 1 ncr on TholllpSfI\I St to\\'u of Iarkc : : 1 97 86cnimQns ,l1li"!; Lci l1ill'ntst'Lke"uccI rc.to w.Jj Ii: to I O\\.IIt'I.lnulO\.JI. .. ..4 3* .*,uw 14 II'.jf- .-.\'.- Hswof s..v_V U..".. |''Ut r 11'100 4 W

.$ find for the highest $ andS .James. s t of lots -1 :1I111.J. . 3 7'\/' \ 60. 10 t2 I. 1SrSC----------. to( ('hIL. W otuc c\ :" then s liIi e1iuv OWUCI.UnJO\\II..Io', -.1.'.. 'I"\\' I"'"'. | iu-". w)-.c.f >t-Vn! .'4 ..rsv4'1.Z40.' :. 6 tfi
._ O.95. 8.64. j I 2) dlus n to; ehn" tl see Imc thenO.CE.CJ11 Owner UnKno' .... s.- 'I 'f VrWW .-" les7acrs'h :.16 t W,113 381 S.I
% i1Sfl. l fow t ::1 19"V I :
Conner 1) "u-"i..rll"1 '. ,
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lack for vI S of so
these papers it is ttted. never .e 2Udi S to place iJ4grn- Owner l2ikiivI1---------- s seof MI I I.
.1. '. 4 619', 200 12 93: It.-)- -O P OJ I .fs'.s'i lit" "," .. ... ... ,I. .* I '_ l 543 .

: advertisements to fill their columns nndati .. .. .. . . . IIW of He 1II i ''of sw t n of II1 I I IiI1";. \Vallace..e 'nr 1&1. .:... i S t Ukfl4)\\'I.1' ,' 'i :.f Hv .'* rf '. ..f I'. ..v !4 sw '1 SC J .,f se .'. ::21/! 11'ii: 7 130wnr "

; there arc lots of people who wonder of ow 1. .;q Ii l} tOO. ioia.plIu'! 5 Annie. .... b.'i (.f wql" O! s\\'llr i.i oC IJ of 11\\(11 or \ I Unknown--------- Ij >.f swH s 3'; ".( se ,' .. .. ... ...,..._.' a I1&P 4 19 to-
6 H 1\1 : .401
I'' 'W'II' . .. 2 .' 2 u u.-r Liktswu-------- 'j I.r sw Ssw '& -i nw un/jot: ne i nofse'4 ':I'' f t8 5 06 .
L. : why 4 country newspaper cannot be fur. .n\ !i of IIW j. . :, G.l9, 401) 15 38 -----. ... .. St-ql'url-owqI'S\rqroswql'lessl I n. jG IIi )\' >I"U'UKIIo.WIl..II."II.'L st'I. .. .... .. ...>tOwner t 18I1) 3 46 "

U'' 4 :W 40) 94:1: 2% . r' ".' '- ... ... -- lln ,
Chancy M..i's, idsw .: : I1WI") .rlll"II'I-s I1LCll'ofI1WIII'lIwqrO owner Uni.ii"' n \V \ 1pe' -- --'.
"ihe t subscribers as low as the great O"'WI'II'Sir.1! . IiI9 I-I 81 i. rs\\ .. ... .. ...... t... 51"144010.)! 1 99
r ti; 71 81 7 16Crztvford .. ., Owner lTnkn..wn--------- l' "" "
\ C. pfllct I .1.
: dailies void for Crush). . : . .al'IU neeorueqi-ofseqr . .. In -') -) owser .I t .",.. I. .. .". .. .. . ... .,,i'- ,.}. I 272'
are W B..w. f of sw t .:-i (6; 2t l lI I --- . . lJwql" 81'qrlleql'ol scql' ..... .21; Gl EI I .I.1 Owner (.I1.n."11\\ . ',1 ol' ..- K 'w.ji.f 'ineljof sw'4 ;less 10 aiii. -> .-;' !!'no'I' 331Owinv ,'..

---- -------- -- ;1' or s I'l _. n. -!!ti-I liI'-!. HI 12 CG I .- ... sJ2 ur lot juJ, ollut 9 . .-.I.I G"t Owner Uiiki.-'ii: ..... ... '. :of: ;it.iI! nwi w ]'i of se '* c/' of se .'4 51 I _

- .4 We pleased to notice tho active in Clark, J J. . . I 7Il:;. l; :w cl'r of ne 1 of nw j ; "ql'of"'ql'.KX of i. eqr of seqr . Ii K li G O l II 0 14 ((;( !.- :town-: .'.. :. .. .... .. -3IJE: I' ..2 .
arc I" .
O' .) I ,----.-. .. ... n"'lr or..wttr . .. o 6 : OW..l.l.U..U.\.n.... .\lt-s-n! .-4 of-xv1,' w 3j i.fse .' otSIn Aij | _: :
i t. terest; which our townsmen Messrs. of I1C i .w I v.UJ, !_ -.JA X..w"oliol&t < s.! .fll\\'ql.\\orswqr 9. I Ii 1'1; I elf ,\ 4... ... ... .. . .. .. . ,!....1 -it.r .! .. 10 III .

. Clark, .J .J lgt f.hip1'J, I : I1wll'. uf "WIll' "w'lr 0, lIeql' nW1f1' Of 't"II" ,6t1 Owner !.wt---------.... I. of.w. .. ... ... ... ... ...:lIj, 1 lZI J 99
Gardiner "Pratt take in the welfare of i Hoalle&Co..S\\.t 1 {1.1.! i])'(11 1:1.1- 'l------------ !W'I"! ( fSWqr sC'lr o sl'o.lr lJeqr ot seljr SW OWII"I' {.u"r uk!,' wnUlkll'Jrtll----------l- ,4: of lie J. !..- i| of ii\- 'i . .. ... .1 511j/f'1 2 72 5a

: 'JrOIIc . .. I 6 H 41'') IIJ. .... of )' .... .. .. .... II' :'I901, 8 60Ut'I"
handbills fl9 II .1 (JJConover Cr. )\ .: w X n'.v 4 e !
this district. As will be seen by the Crock ThiosJ. . -w t ofl' 1 lof :\\ .:j'o' ,
:
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Neat Roati- ... .w1irc s-r . .. .. owner l ... nw V of nw 3 n % of s' !. sw of sw : i .pl'tlr; .20
which have been distributed around .1- \Hllou . I' !. of 4- 1.: \ !0 of M' i . J) '),.0 16.J( ) 1.1 ..) 11\\\,
= Dowlin.J \\. . IIW qr of s'lIr! .W 'F of 'C (Ir .:j; .J :; I: I)' b tJ ,l.lI\osI.ntc.II ... .:,. '..1.nWllr'. . .. . .... ;H 51 I 40 / ill L'nln! '\11..11\...-j .fl' '; niw ; of. tiw., .. ... .. ..j 61$ ilI'O! % 'j2

the town, they. have arranged with DougIa5S.\C..swfir/lfn\\'III', . t\ ._' I Nt-1&; '. J M W." ci l.t II . .. IK 52" 4.1 11i.1, ).;'I-r I'liksu.wn. . ; H (I r 1'n...\ !.,. (If n. .L. .,.J'; orll e -I 346 I
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ol .. 2.j IK l' 0 Il 51 : .' !( 'f .' .. .... .. !ha llt1I'-1 .
8 Webb the celebrated 0swql'of UWll"I'lll'nt'qrof svqr swqr swqr. .7, : I.WI'i Iiiiiiiw !111. Sf'As ')fOl. l''i Iit ; z 1
Want compiler :, wclr. . :: II! i 1'j s\Y'I/fIH'ql' . NV 5.M-) .5" lI\o'Ia..I.rlon"w.II\: .,; ,'rOrtiier ..::..: . .. .. ... ... ....;.U'' ::119' 'i t)09 ";

i of Directories to deliver an address! in the ;"c (Ir ofoc (It . i Ij; .j I !9Iie I 'ion."t. JlJtowno Lawtey------------- i i.1t Owner tiiLii.;\ .... n 0"I .t; i;.'- .. ... .. ._ .. . . iz' r.1lfijt, J 99 ..
I. (if Ile _. .1-'1Y IGfl') 7 78Iihlalrry Otto Mr Eiuilt------- i 'I'II; '(jr -----------------------------5.-t : 4J : .- 1I.\.nl.l.l.IIn"\\PI..nW".t': .l.(4 .... .. .. ... '." 1119 : \
Red Men Hall on Saturday the 30th of 11' 'Ir S ott) IIi'S Emily.. .fOl lSZi I\m" so'eI ... . .... . 3114 I ( \ .I' {. ..-,11\-" .. ) )1". 519116"0' 1301
.Jos T.. :. 465 ft c l'c)1)() ft n & a loiiiile.1S i I U--------------------------------------; i.' III'HH
I I' .:tti-r.J b t)1 '.
this month to the of hi-I district D. Own"r) Fr1nsvI: .," ... nil! 4
people : by E .lolllI..cJ hiy 2t t W'lIy \V .. : 1 I (.flrniu.N: IIw'II', Ilf "w'il' . . . . 11 i 22 40 I !tin! I I UniCwiurUiMi.ii.",'z. fl'5 ,'' flC ia-I .. . 11"r' k19! 4O II 1 999' .AI.

on mates affecting their" iuU-K Ms, so far lIWlJiII i ''.'C I jl jllincof.elll'cf 1'tt.rJ, W'ag .Tu() llens'ln n\'lil" u: 11\\11' . .. . Iti0 1 !'I I : ,wo .. ...11.,: .'f ". :. ... '. .. .. ... .... ...':t1 H. 2.2
:. S I51t'k .". A .. . 11"111' ul I'''11' :n -60 H .1, I.I, i'"Ia.I.ChrI"WIl.I..r.'n'( .4 f.t.I.' _- . ... ... .. .',1' .lnI2OI t : 343 '
as they mR.lJe'-1ccted by exhibiting up :28 nn n l'r' Jacll: ) .Johas:1II; : inS 1 :. I, W. ullit:.,!, 10 1'1 '0 -.- Oy.'ler Un .inivin .. .. J"1 (.'St :1 .. .. ...... .. .. ...::34-II-1.J'; it IW t
I -
north "products of our soil by making: 10WII Ialle. I., 'I I .1" l"II'' 0"II' :0\\111' 0 t''lfl' .'. lti 7 ::11; I (OwisM'-Unknown" ... .IIW'I .fsw'i Iw !i,.. 1 5.V 'I .fJjO.; .... !. .3: 5t9: ,'12' ) 346 t

Ihllaflerf.W; T 18 ;. ;saiii: IlII'aJfI\'cJ I I : 1 S ..39Dowhing n"'tl' IIr 11\\11' IIW'\I'\ of IICCil' :1.:0 ;j jo Owner Uiiknitwti! .. :12 -"' nn '4 .. ." . .. .. ..... 36))I 519f,! 11\I"l 2 72

I known more intensively that has hitherto ; HXti..j ft line n.\ hgiiiidn I'c'.I. n A agt Tho3 A Ptck sJo. uf UI'I' st.qIof :\\11' m"lr ofsvqr ; ( Unknown. ....<:".' :, o's-'a >.* '4 'r tit: .: S: or nw '. . 50, IU.J. 3 43 ,

01'c. s $ 1 11 1\\\1' ,'1'I.'II' -'II'' ot'ql' ... : j9:o :::0 111 1I\\llt.I'LII"n..w" .... mAm'ne'i ..* ... .. ..... 4' .,, 4s J 99 ,
been jdone.- .the neighboihood ami the 210 H front: 'or cof Ii Pl' I hl"l "C' (1i I' I I ; ParrishWll. .. .. . onwqr I t Ii; 11\\.lf'r.nkIlOWI.'i.* of ;!lots 1, ?', ;3mvl4; iof lot I'>... tl.1| .f.lJO 4 92

decided advantage to be had by continued (if.eqr 11l'111' cor s 11 -liOft (' ll: : I I IIl"I' 0 nt&3, 1:1 Ii Ii'i 1'OIOm Owner Unknown! . .n A: .f'.t j .I ...- ... ... ..1.! r.1"140.. 1 99 '.
: ; W 1101111111,11) s I IIr.J : .1 Il'. rrih-ul.\ .. .. ... S\\"II'U S\\"II' II! ok Ii-li Owner I'tiniiown. n" :4 'I') CI f>ei sw L (.( se.' .. .... ."| t)i 5 ._ 2SO 639 .
.residence here, ahd gcncraly) by "III'S I II.\ i .. .. ... .. . . lor l'S.'i lot II .31. I O O lwUI.I.t..kro\\u.\\I"Cnc"! .. . .. ..... . iJ r.to..I ) 1 99 3I

publishing through his unique system of I c l line 2 :29 II 1.jILllbulI, : .1 I \. .'f\\11' a i: tj 6U, ck" } :0( IiII )viit'r tIklo;\ n..S' ('I'.. : ... .. . ... ... .. ,14,5.; 320 ; 13 ,

ill ne 'iI' of "l' 'II' n. j :2: (H. 7 73 I -. "aue .f ser ofaeqr .. Ii Ii 1'1 1-1 ;1 :1-10 Owner" Unknown . ... .. .I w.1, of I nwH aa._' 4'0 10 o. 5f ,

advertising everything that i calculated! EIlwlrlk .W IL. . J\\'IIr of iW 'It IIIf ow Ill' of sw 'll' 1.1 7 :0.illl() ; ] I -.I S\\'II'! n \\ 111'qr of'wqr 0 II 3 oa 69! (.)tv-r UnUtiown., .. .. t.'t t 6.; s ii\: ('f h>t ;- >-.1t f i lor lin.V of lot 1'')..,iI"I JSOOK 639 Ili.
I to bring visitorsand settlers us Ellwards.Y Fat T .\ "- -- I..t :, L.k: 2 .\n'':l'rMIJI tdit l 110 Lake Butler 3 ; H On -r 1nkiicwii--------- 1, :. K. '. 3. f 1')',; a. t;, 10. lls l''t 7. l\)\:' ) 12 M '.5
anioung It ,1t'l'ts .. .
; .' D..nj S w.. ('.1'\\11' Owiii-r; t.nk..,'.'I1.l'1 .t.-C'.0 1 31.. 1 99
I. and s making us sharers in the boom Allen . :._ 1 aCTI'!; ill !-ol' Ip' of s. tF .2', Ii; 22 4.1. 19 :.' 1.1 "" '11" 2:1::3 j l. IGC iJJ owH..r..ku.'II. .. .e'.") of s W.-. .i. ... .... ....,21, :5., 4UU 272 _

that has visitdd other portions ".f the state Ft1hingin. .J .J. . Ill' 111' If JIl' 'll' .::fj. 5 j It40' j .1't RedOing Wl1 . . oI sid.t'.1 seqr oC setlr OollWql' .... 12 5I: IO: 10 0:1) Owner Unknown .. .... n!- unit,. i n. "Csw.llle'. .f s.!4 .. .. .,:-4 i|: 5,:. 4Uao> 933 '
wJ 01
J'oisytliV .1. . 1 acrehit LowilIf I ) .0WIII" S (wll'.l."nbvwll..I\ 5i 1 9J f'
L'I'y: ( .
8 1.13 .. '
: lobillson\\Ue: 1e .t'.lrol.III.II..WlIl'o.II.qriaclIlIl1w 1 UuIxio sw'4'of! s)1 1 I 7
Owner
lie will doubtless fully explain his method Gurney. 'V II Hgt .fol' . ... . . .. . . I ; i I (''I' .I '11' uf IIl"II' .I i; 5)n( ;,; 'iJ; .rn--------- ii.1..9 f ", ; 86 I

I of "booming" and how succc.snfully these lIenridla'\1 GUl'lIer. sw (II' or II11' ..29 21 i .W 22 it..n'lsVOl II. . IWI". 0 I"I" 16 I ; ill l "II 7 :.9 0\\'t\I'1" rlllnl.wn. ... .. 11 11\\ :. . .. ... .. .. . .. .,, :' 5' 2 72 .

th'e Go.llm:1l1. GI'CCII; It. or I1W qr Il'So 7 acre, ill l\V cor. 14 so' I ItcdllillKWA .. ...on..t\IIWIlI.uCSW'lr .11 r. .. 1.4 Owner 1iknown---------4.1! of II'l"'.. . '". ... ... ': t.ol'3 4( <:1
eth in The f W 10 t2 Iljl 1 '"
... d81lveperatcl past. w% ..f ""'\\1' S. j OW'I'l'lIknwlI .. ... Lots 4. 5. saW .. .. . 713 ;
carrying out of plans cost dmc..n. Gainey. B F' ..: . 'sw 1)1' of-ow III" . r; : :I".1O I P."Zi"I'.Ta..S ... \," ('f i.t (1" Ii 1 j : -1 l.a: Ow-ner. U'irivii.3,! I..lI.L.ts I C 111'.I't") I'.' s.:?i.C..t.l. .. .ii..4 lt ooj 8 60 li

'* his may 's of lot 12 .12 : 211. '40', 8 (o'3 1tVLI' )'. 't ... .. 1I!< of twqr !t'ql'nIII\\\r\ 1. I : :! Owner Unknown .. ..i>e'4 "f sw 't .7' '4 <..' neit :'t>hOvner ..... ... .: .:: 5 :401. 568

.n. thing Imt it may cost much more to treat Glor l'. I( \\ ..: lie 'Ir of IIW.lII' .:\ I jrt kt :.2 blk Lake it,2tlr S Ii jll) Jj.1iVtr5 (Unknown.. ... ii'' of. .... .. .. Iff> 4 20 liI
: :: : S. H )i ; : :
1'h.'s A. . n .' l..f sY4 of WO ; :.;: -J.jl .
s CII' C'l"l'l1'\ 1I0'l1' Owr..rt : "f sw'4 se't of I
;: ; own.'n. s w se'fOwner II -
;J thcrrt with indifferaucc. desiie to Gj'c'n. J. .M. . .e n f tie (it. S .1 7.1 t.o() 4H!) I iivt-rs.Iai'; ll ... w.1 ..ft""II' "" I. 5"(Ii ) M.I 0 : 8.\-\of'l'' ... .. ..'. ..I'. ....!.3 190 474

_ .. realize something ourselves fiom piesent Gaskills. l' f'. . ;nIII' of Ill' 11' uw qr of in' qr 1.1 ;'. to'' 11 1tI -- -.- --- . s. ,. 1I\\I'"fs\"lr, IS : .0 215 Unknown ... ..'eSofnw'i .' '.3.);i r 80 J 272 I
= .
.# house. ATgelriie :.E. .v: o! sw IF S .1.!. fi; :' I --.-- . 1I.'i .rH"11' UC'II'cof"'II's,1i' ( or..". ofsw Owner Unknown'e' '4 ":f /.l" '! n "'.IIl''inwl.o tii I iW'4'of! >wV ..1{ 5f21,32O.! 713i :
I Investment !
rather than to bequeath interest tr "f oiiie'jr ICSS 1 H. OiL S V 2 ;
5wllr
1111' .)\\'II..I..kll"\\\\I. of i-4' 72
-S I Ic i"f.. .:.4 l :. 51 HI 11 -------r 80SK
I J !
as well as principal to our 622': 16u' 5 6)3) : I sik ... owner, Unknown. eAi o..f s.wl . .. ... .. . al.I .. 72 '.
great u..e.AlIgl'1inc. )ll b.jI\\ t of sw clt' .11 1 622 I 1a.'tgc' 't Wi: R/'t Jno S Ii Owner Unktiiiwn ... ;Asofs"' Hut. (.fsi f';* II\\ 4 (.f. .. ... .. 15'r,- stt! 040

'-fnimlchildien. 'There's a tide in the affair k If I1W 't. .3:H! 622; 160(". G (It r I r--allhtUIl. . 'I s1tr or clr :0 j I'O 3 43 Owner Unknown .. 'w# of sii (. Ii........... .. ..... ... ..... : C1 i 272 '
I uI\\
.Ult. . . . .. . 'ce ql'of ne ql' ne hf of e .: 2 'ZO" I 111'i "I' I1l"11' 111"11' "C ocrlr S i tvntIIflk1"Wfl.. . .sw 5 of .. 4 le-s 1<) aeris.Owner ; 1 91 l;
of men, which labcn at the fUnnl 'lends on flr (: I t.l\ J L . .... I lIt'ql' .I': ('II' w Ii "C M"I' nClr ofswqr 11 'i 19 Unknown. ... . sea: of !'sw4 .... ...". ... .. .. ... .... . 17| 5l-a! 40t 199

to victor)'. I"' of s 3- ot lot 4. HII, 1./0) 10 :;: I "t"r! Ct'\\I': .. I7 HI 24.1 1.! ri Owner Unknown. . .wj of s. sw '' ... ...... ... .. ...... . .'18! 5-J1,2IO| 5 60

Owl1l'rlnkllowH.ofn'qrH.I..fllII': 30, ; 2 iu' 315 I "\\11' oll'l"ll'' II 7 ll Ii liO Owner Unknown. .... of swii .. .... .... .. ... .. ...... . liii 5 199
oil)
-- fl wqr of nwqr r'ej1 l'IIICiil' H'ql'of i i1'1'llr I SI\\\\.T R ... ... t'C'11' 0 11I"11" ... II W N.I lJ Owner Unkiown. .... u% .& ('f nw.I .... ...... .... ... .... ......-14' 5 :1.' 40 1 W '

I o .. . For Alderman.C 34 -.aw 'V A.. . U"II"'II' . 3 'i 1\1 Owner l5n.n'wn..e.. of st>'4 SW V ofi.se'j .. . . ...... ...... .'61 3 21'ICOnr 348
22 120 .. .. . .. '
'. .. S a .r' al'PI'-IlII w.. of""IN'Fn"I1I'nFr.lr : 71:1 Owner Unknown .. .. q 713
: l1'il ,
'
4 Will 3'ou serve as Alderman if we $ of nWllr w If WIlf of 111'11'1' IIw'IrufselII'IIofswllrclrofJowcll'.3 S l sW:1n nW'lr ,1w'II' ui' w4.r It Ii 19 IKO (Owner Unktiun n.... .... seVCwntr of ... .. 1 99
tOtes II E. .. .. ... .
..4 lort you j! the quest ion often. put to u>e : 7 2! OO)() G.j' \\011'IIl".I1..4r; ('i' flwqI' -S 13 4 i HI .1 I Owner: Unknown U-ikirivvn.: fs Ia ofs. '. !IW' t.tiii.-! sI 5'hlI( 382 ftf
in the last low S .,wIII' of 1kql' H.W'l1' oi 12 1i9! 12;) 9 'lii4rlIFsw'lr
1I\\'llr
w eeky.1HI8ISMYANSWJ2K.. sqrS
,
'
\"
H Owner Unknown ..... .. .,n } OrI'-1-.o' .
-. sl'llr of sWlir wt of I'II'' .: j -i; ::Jl'(' j tj'IIcljr Smith III'P ..... IIC'II'oFIIl"II' ... qiiwqr .5i1.. Owner Unknown- ----- -- ) of ii3 . ... . .. .. .. . '!121! rV t .. 160TOO R 272 4 13

.. lUbe of of 1Ilr wllr of \\"lr . 2 :: O 2 72neqr ; or 11\\11' 5 i ., J is .1 Owner Unknown. niVofi.e'4'i ofm-H I' S.S of 3W.xi z people Sta ke want t' elect an nt'll :3: 22i0' t'lllr of srjiIa Wll" of sWlfr swqr or nl.1l' '". 1 I j 19 (Owner Unknown .1L% vt nwl* of s<.V-sw': ,.I' ". ofse .. .14 5 30 1 80 f

Aldeimamwbo is thoroughly fonvinceil "'.{ of of S I I tl9 Sarborougi} Win A. . IIcllr OF nrjr 11 a -- .- --- --.-..wAtofmofiuv, ... . .. . . ..; -3 5' 20 272

I that we need' ;:lwqr ; l1/'qr StIlI' )1'111' I'Jof Ii''qr OF IIW)1------. .3 Ii"' 049 IJIi Owner Unknown- ------ .sw'4 ofnt-'i .... ... .... .... .... .. .... ....'21 40 1 99
.- .. S I l Sl"II' wqrofs'f11' . S HteJ 8 (;iO, Ot'lr St ? ... 3 i. 4 .!I ---- --'. Ai'>fnwij wAJ ,sfw.' I siSavressAt of seJ! i

-- ... _' *TL'orough Clean fcitrcets Drainage. .. I..! ofe nwqr'IIrllfl of 'wllr S S : GO)) 2 85 RttiekanIAO Sn1iiiflt I IWI'II. .. ... .. .. "C'I'oFsc'qr'IIwqr, UF swqr ....... 21 722 4.1. 1Trnlft ; ofnw1, *X *>fpyi't,ofseV . . ... .|24 5 195SO 15 CO .

S..im P.. ."-..' Hogs out of Town !"iHlr of SI'CJI' .11 I 1111'( 1 !99 I!! No.sL L..ui:1 Rt Bl.'ssi. .... 3.1 ; .2 I 8 Ijjl O. njr Unknown. .. .... (!) (Ifl1e of ne'i't i -k.. .... .. .. .... 'e r 213
;1Iofll'qrofsl'111'1I1 1 ,lfll'III'ofl-owIr.t : 21 K 22, 4i 1 tIJ!i oFnl.'lrUwlroFnNlr .. -

IIld Cur..Ad vantages IShow n to .411e public !" Ofr.l'lI'oflll II' \\'llr .:j ,:2 IU 1lj T, %iiie: LOuLi. a.t H's..it. .: -. 7 10 1:1 Owner Uiikni n. .... . .n% of n ,V seV o. nwV n w ofneV vj oil)
'IM' f..r IS5
a reasonable <'SKnietit To .. .
:.- 110 ,11O'e asn .carry. : .' '\ (-if neqr sI! laqr: uf (' '( (J" Tt'wpk'! LOlli" ngt HI's.. IIC'lr 5. 6 I Owner Unknown. S& St-'tIft(4' % if- # swH'of I 184COIMso' 8 CO
; J ;.0 ;iiwVofiit'U n- 4 fsw icV <>f teVse'i 2 6 :346
i ,,1' seqr sWllr l'! of \\ k 'of n\\'IIr.j S :: :800; : . ivr :011 t' OF lNII' IIwllr oC .t'ltr .. -- --
iLea I am willing and re iK- to serve j 7; Tin< l' n. . 21 7 :11 40) : &1 I Owner Uiiknuwii. ;s\ of tie n-Si oi h, oise -- ---- - .' t; 18200 492 ?
hat .ek If 1l'llr of nW'Ir nt1r l'qt' e1 of s'"l" o iivrT1ii'n I. Owner nknown--------'n.> .ft.wS I
6 1 272
puriM e to the very best 81' inv \\1II11; t; ]I' iah.. 80 ?
S. .... .
wUHty ifetocted. 0 '. lIwCr of l'IIt' ck ot 1'1"11' of :se(11 1 I2 i 1011( ( t CO \('< ks ....... . "'pqrOFwqr .. .272)7 I OwnrUnkn.wn. wJiofi.t-V r.e'- tfuwj4 r.eli of swlf '* ot

to .. Again, tarn strictly in favor. of pro- ('( rt1tSCqr S 'I 12 922' .10): 272 I Ti&igpitVm w'k.. Jt.KI. 't'iah.for 18S'. -1I.'i or "5 111' 8eqr OF la'llr .. .J. 'i". J!., Ii 10I 31! Owner Unknown. ... .iJ of neV of neH ?. of sw'4"of neV eJ6 of 618JOOPIS 492

: fcrmi, nd a search of means to attain A Thlr line school; bOOkS at Ii. 11. .Jone I.akvJe- .G3 ; -'-'-- j.Ulh of.vqr as above ..-. 24 4 19 4'} I : i j nwV nwS! of m. '4'nw of sp4 .... 'C .... 6 220 537
that' end.-Not fioni to I4odge No. o. r. n1I' 2H i I IILI Ii 4. Owner Unknown. ....''nwV ofs i.H fr: e t.f iwi! of se'4 fraeofswV
todrag. year yearbut 'I -- --. t-3.I OFt'. tlf r. ...
R FE8SI0 AL I. Regular Meetings StI'OIl,1 allll, 'follrlh 3 ; ll | of -4OfSOYfI.Ci ,7 6 IS -
\n act now. Th'llIIllS Jl.," E.. . IW'II' OF "W'll' s'i..C IIwqr .. Owner Unknown 100 508
31 51 eAi of ne I
hatul'oIiyrwlt.lllonlh I I) 146 s I4
: I 80 27<
: o'I'IIII'k.h
Itekpoctfully Submitted, -- --- lIelr ofqr ... Owner Unknown sw loss inL of j| \ se' . 'r Ij
TCoI1I L. PI iF. :-IJ"EIWtl 1' lU.liu W \\ s < ) 618. 640
.. EJC 'lLlTlt XOITIII'I' a.t II 20 Ii Owner Unknown. .. s'k of nwU of 28SO
Us -4 Y-----------------------------. 4'1 j 6 I nw 4'Mil4 ofnw' .... .10i 6118
R. 1" (G'Anlll hUt. U'olls! 233
'Hm'retaIT. : . .... '
\V.Ma-t 5 2. Owner L iskttovii. .f .
r.A IS nw uw III t! 3 of .
i- uiS
4L1 2 !
_ _ _ 1 -- .. utut! 11 ... 52 Il ZIC 4'
I Yal'm I"' : LI '010:1 s'I li-'ni. s't" ... .. . .... -Ill. 618820
-'.r. The friends. of L. D.VALL TTORNEY-AT-LAW & MJ-XUP'l; ). OUDKK) OF KKD 31 IE.1! 1!; s,!Jac-oh----------------.. ... nW'Irof'( ('' ,;e'lr oeqr ..... IO i 19 41) ; :j Owner Cu5 LITsTipII fl)5fl- ---- -- -- swM of liw',' ,i f ...... ... .... .... 1 "" 80lar 587 27*
'J tuntr
announce K&tiy h J . . .1. .J.t &J .n'14fnt 3 ra%%' ( of'.%% 12 61Si 3 4tf
i him for City Assessor and respectfully .5 T'' J.R }# S .orct L.\ TniuEo.. 1. Fi.x.-C'ounc-il I .i&H'a.t lIt Sir-tI' of \r ', of.I'1r .... lJ t t all IIi ()wnr t nkn.wn..t (.ltSt h-to F1a'i-s..... . ..... .... 'II o i 70 64 "

Solicit the votes of the citizens of Slatke.Ju : ,Fires kindled l'lIl'h \eJlIl' llJ': Slct.p. --- . 1 .fne'll'o! w'II'" 2 1 i Owner Unknown': IneV of > fs\% IfM t b1 361

STAHliE, fln.\DFOHU ( T\. r i' %' i lat TIIII IhC':; r icl\t Wigwam.) Iark.o'nlia1(' Fla I tI..j. or.1' 'II' of.Ilrof"w qr of le qr. .of24. 5 :. ro 2 GI! Owner Un'.nown. . ... .,wAi of nei sn, ofu- n\'E 'HlIIII' nrolhl'r W 'I ir .
l 6.
... .t U CCtWCt. and ( \ in\.itl.tl to i i.BSTn.CT.m' IlNlmalll C.ll'r. . .J of Sf' qr 5 to :J j I fl. 54$5.4! of. neS i--4 lessneV I'fseV wSJof'IIWV S
: !:lttl'lul.. O. I if\Y E I .1 Ht'o1mm & C'\r..fl.1' 1'iti 'allll'a aho\'r) .. .". -.'. : i; of II ; W >| .of SW 4>f IIW J lieAl Of .1

: Fineri Ladies Slippers and Shoes in l\\f\\ tate 1IW.1l 'pec\.I11ty. 1. ::clI'III. I I5edman: & CIII'I'. ..for s.j oalllt' a. i II: ot4reM! 618 37k) 801
1111.11\ Ii. Owner .... ... .
} : : Unknown ; of neL4 'i
) furDlsJtel1 sw'v
.' AI-slmcts showing every :t'tl'lII.LI.DI L.\],]:. : I I staut Iout. . . se III' or 11III .... 4)) 1 t4 p ni nX of of I
at'I' W. Sweat's _
city I I1W !
: /. Lien Sale .J uJ Scaut Roht for IS'1 uhu\ .. I 6. 1 130 348
Mortgage, 'fax 'nl'nJ't. ; Chief of Hl"ol'l} Rraut san as .) oi Owner Unknown ... ....''iiw of ncV e-ij of w' of neV \ YS

'to. --. S achment. and -all matters of ubhic 1 ______ ___________________________ ilautJoLm.-ht. .. .. .. .for. .lSi.i. nme as ahO\'A .. 5 6 N 0 61R '
nw o''e .. 302
[tceord & file affecting Titles of Keal J> Ifr Ifl' 5 (b.. to 2 Owner Unknown .. wAJ >fH5j neofsv.is1
J. 1 PRATT. C. E. County NOTICE FOR III' qr of nw '11' .
Surveyor. tate'in Bradford: county. 'Florida, up to ITHLICATION.( () tautJohn . ..fOl" 14 I .all1l' u, above .. z )0 | ofse"i" ') Q 530
At the request of friends lifts cons-ented to LAD OKKHT.TIXI : StCJ tJdm . : .. 3 oa Owner Unknown ]eX "f ii '-4 w-'' oice'< >>; (I'l -
of Abstract. ->VII.I.K. i amcaial 0\6 .. jjc ) 420!
I late .
.fOI'-'O'I Owner Unknown. .. .... ,
w Ai of '
put himself in nomination Assessor . .. .. sw.4'seS ct .aci------------------------! ,
as for &l
,
Fi.\. March I | o 3 48
.c ,
lOtli. 16.headquarters5 21 5I Owner Unknown. .. .. ....
the Starke. ) ___w_. . I nAi <'f IIWA, vv/i of n i?, of M.'J s4-- ;t swii J4> Bl ''ii)
City'of Citizens ",1'cFsl'lrCClroF .. 404
please vote for FIRBINSDRA"NC E. X,.tice is hereliy given: that tlie foll.nv- ----- S Owner Unknown.. .. ..|lie' eAi of nfl .4 n ;14e'f 'C-ijofseS 125' 6 If'-wf
714
for him. tho & London&,' :. : Owner Unknown. ..... .. ne1* ot neV) fl3.If y.y of i\vit of jj of" f
representing Liverpool ing named stttlciJia ---- i4 n : t f
tiled notice: of his ill ne qr OF fl.9 qr t.,1' OF ow clr and n% OF SW 26 5
:
ISjO -C.1 .4
II3' .4&t
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: 6 I ; fs'vI oise .... .. ... .. '
: )!
-- -- ql'an.1! "v ( r .. .
Globe Co. to make vs &wqr 110 't 1
._ t"- a.l'lII'On final proof in support ofV" CarrJno . . t 1 ti i Ii Owner Unknown. Wl_ ,, i ,,,. oc 1 .STl&lHiao
Dlcolutloh .
nvqroFseqr
48
PartnerHltlp. -- -- ,r -: ythpclaim. and that said proof will be C.trr Jno 'V. .... .is( sai&' as aljovearrjio I tIi Owner Unknown.: ---- -----II3. (.fnr 0 u-'I Iw.s O. I'rij II J' Of lie'4 of. I 1 ( '

The firm of B. II. Jones & Co., is by Tr 'i 1 "'11-1)eforo H. F. York. Clerk Circuit (' \. . .i.5c) .ame a ; above 3 .. ow4 v'4 o ii p . .. .. ... 3
l" 5 :TK. ti Ii.. 4.3.
-
3 4 Owner Unknown..... :
:
4o ftf"W1 -j-;;
1 mutual consent this day di&olvcd. Ir. |t'I'"I.t at Lake Butli-r Fla.. on ThurMlay ('he ine .JnO at \\ heirs of. I "w 'li' C 1. ne 'II' S flI'.e. of r-4 S.-J!;
4;Jlin".lnnut W heirs .:1'1 t I -.3. 'fs-)4 oi ne!, Vj4.1'& II I
B. P.Jonesretireing, B. II. Jones con ._ _- untie 2 18.S7. viz: Berry Giinith of Lawtev I 'iit-.iiieJn.) ;tivc 1itiLS..Sj i l-oalU"ll" uh..n S- 6; j o sef sw J .e /

tlnueing the business, assuming. nil respon&Umities ., .! F'la.. II. E. 9501) for the Xw} of Sec 3J( Y.1rnalorc J L..... . I. t.i"Rme OF a'".w'lr Ilhjn OF I\\'ql' s..ql' OF S Owner Unknown. .. 0l '.
swqr 4
I I .swqr J 6 2 Owner Unknown .... of 1Of 0
of the late firm. ,' F. J.. FIELD ':'Tp 4. S U 21 E. I S \. ofi.eqr ... .11 719Sr 1110 Owner Unknown.. nw'j'e& <> I 19 4fl j 99
t.. B. II. JONKS lie (oF t..qr. ...
e i names the follo'in.willlt'ssl's U 119 I'1: ;; Owner Unknown nAJ of '
t U to S u.12 CF IWlr ... neU wAi of s i i &, I '.%( \ (
II. P. JUNTA In Stark aud Is nmih prove his continuoi-- I'l'-lkice and I v"! L11LHern-y .. . I Ii 6 22 5-J Ii 19 Owner Unknown nw'i o
Unowoetflerlpcrmsnact'.y upon, w Jj OF' ilwqr uF .. '
larke Fla I \Viltfams R J . .. . "w'lr II Owner Unknown. se j ( f1ie p3,, Ic 619j m' I t9
:, April 15 1887 4t to do aaj 1rcawork.'PaWrtng! ) hf.omlnm:: L-ultivalion of, snid I land, \iz: I ___ .n OF .e'lr OF e'll' .. 21 f I 'i 1 % ,f
i'aper Hanging t1limaer- ullt ,..erfecL clraflj A" I'I'c'allIf 01 .... .... .. of !eliI'OI''JIt''lr ... E19.y
UOIl larnim-ed., Uj Highland.; Fla.sik 22 511'1 Owner Unknown . . .. 14
warren t-A., Uood work awfhargta .. swql'o.'uw'Irw.Ij of'eql'nFII\\qr.[ ? I' ( VI .
Junes I'iO 37 tar 4 ..
z Estir don b. liczier. ofT. Ward 101; 1i..t'r Owner Lnkno\vn nwl4 <>> n + k I U '. ...
rtobetnade. Cut this Qtlt r moderate. PI' R\\1r ,f!. OF 51'\1" st''lr N'lIf qr neqr Sf. -- .5. . ft .19i
1 turn to us,' and we will .Bfn byth.dayorcofltrCt.7< .r _ 1 B. Kozier, o' Law lev, Fla. I or \'ql' ... 19IlvIl1. Owner Unknown.... 'mwi. OfFV . 10 ffJ9 2 72

*-1 .' MONEY you f rw, something of greg _X; ...fe.- -_.r-a,1:; "'. A. Hedding. of"* I E I "F"Ir ..I 18, 5 5 W J' 7 1'1 owner CwittiI.nkn.wn l.ijln .... ,s.t.at.' ufiiw . .... . ... . ... 1.! stl : ut 72
S value and loll O"tunep to you Wri.ht 'a----------------- ti-gUir.fii.i '' 1I !'I line bet 2 :l.t itj I.:)) FtI ofe
that will tt.art-ouLn business which will l>rln 0. t- S. C. Tucker.U. : I \V .1. !1.1 running pal'\ld to R Rt.1O Ft :- '
(
Br...4.aDd th t III. 1r,4 .
:
: you In more money right aay than am.thlnelse S S cl1 19. 't7. jt .Jkgi tl') i 'I tl..n, I 2 0 Ft tl1..U n to see IIle then wi : ; SVI( .. .t: .
in this world Any Jo the work l. r .i I,! se' A.
one can t gl1
live at bon. ithei sex; all awn. Somethinft. an 0 t. S. Lund OUi'ce.NOTICI2. 1 \\ 11.nry Y. . I u.I'oneliiietobt.gi"njng IF 1..1. 4 3 j ... .2'1 i o. 1 : i'"alktI' Cwner Ui.known. .. . nw1j 0! nP -. -;-: ( WL :. : I 0t 8 CO ;

new. that Just coins money for all workers. 'VwUlstan' '. Jon, JLt.Uinton of tlut"btdL'f I ; '-) ( i.Lh.gt.. . . . 1C"11' 0.' :wllr ..... II IiLI 1LI i1'It'j' Owner tiiki..vt-------- ''Se of tc nsv. of tie ... I C 10ao 4 20 5Cwii"r
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capital not 'd. Thw Is of tbe tali'T.i' I'' I W.llkt'1' Jil'l K. J6 7 : 40 i III 1nTn'-wn...... s-) U nv3 C.t0'4 4 0
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.' : I I' ( viner I ( hiiov. n 9 1601 4 20
pnl un. import ant chiuee of .i lifetime TlHsef I _\ DDI'rIOL L. 'r. 1 of'wi n f. Z r1 .
Fieho ambitious and .rotj ; I 1---/ () % iar 1 flkI1( H .e', of % $ 1& 4 20Owtor
enfernrisiuc will mt: t .:.*- Grand outfit tJ'toIoclclI'Ui TUUK Jt CO.. D. 'i' ?r Tl dlizens of Starke : .. .... /! UiOFII""II'RwqroFneqrnX( OF"Wql' 2613I : 1 imnown. . . :_1) ) I ti9

.5 ,.4 .. .* 'Aupista, Maine.. -I u. rlV 1\I E ]r< 4tntl "rr"1i"" Country that I have I 1 a,'! 0\111 si1- ox Re'1r OF IIwlr til.3 llCSI Owner Unknown..n% c.fn3 ; : ,

: !o.cuJ..IIJIY ollie Oil I' Ride IF IF hS2)acre. 4 ( I
+ h i < over tho store of N. J. I W'lr wql' 16 ; Iii Owner I S I
< AM'IO p--rL.- JonHcs.V Co., wheif ] be :;it : aes I'n n IudI' foF sir Ill' neqr 1. 28) 5 tja nknowi M. ot n.. s .i of .- .4 ... .... .... . i71J
: c.u. fotiu.J ... . 5j Owner Unknown--------s 8ii 2
'WORKING CLASSES 1 for the every I I7' lOtOiLtflt6Ft e ,' : : rto.tsLoun14 ) ofii ... .. .. :; t Is, 72 C
U Weatvnow pre O'Jt; Saturday purpose t'f si"sp'sinrf I ] oU C' 11)P. GIi..on Owner Lnknon i Irn( I ; 2 72C
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pared to furnish all classes with employment nt : ..V'-.; !Ul3tt.L.otth Mis'em Hrad'ford on w Ownor i oOsvnor
I '. poition i II. John CI..mons n 1Jr Mrs Dll.sw .It ci.'j
; liorn*. the Whole of lobe tWIt' or for their ppnW; ; '-:' :: Uli'un Owner

.. U' .ln eronofeigberi.e.easiIycainfronz menl Bwiness new.light and pr..flt.-ille r.) cents S -.., ...":"Is' coidially 4-ouuty.! invitEd livery! to pn.portv f-\ll: I an.I see owner me I I. (-.III..tJau.eJ---. ... ........-.........-...-. I.- n.l oFswqroFSP'It' .. i0 62! :,) :; i.72 OnFr1j'knItn tTnknown. ...... .. n n'o On' ..... .... ..... . ... ...... (frI1), ..i' 27-.J 420

S to $3.00 pe r evening and a proportional sum i>) Itceot11.mieIJ I'y tbeir land deciN, as i Haward .]\1' E.. . nwqro."ut'qr .. :7 6 22 4') a." I Own&r I. flkflOfl MS% 0 Le lieu 3 6 I 2 72 4Owa1er -

:. de otiiiK all Xiieip lime to the*business. llc-y I,. (.. -"-. Want to make a 4-lose: and concet :ts' ss- : .Shiudier it A .. swqro..ne'll'nWlror belrOFIIW'lr ...I: 7 Ii 19 !) a :6 (, ...... ... o nw ) ap'j ovc"f; : ... ... ... : 1 ..gIwijer
; : U uxl girls earn nearly much iu men. That all! !t -- fl ;4 went.. for the year ls7.Kespett : '''SlIlIp.JI )lIk" .... . I. wll'ot. nw'll't'r .....1. ._2, ti 2.! H -;:. I ( L.nknown -- -- -'swI !esis. 01 s.I' .... : 3 48
who we thlM may send their address aud k'st t taac N-svziians . II oil 4 If 348
..,c','.;_: .J. the buiunnts we make this ofTor. To Mich as lire S ILRT"'I ...... ..-. ... I ne'll' of I (Ir .... 26 'J11 4U !a 8 : :: co0TnI .' 11rr b ... 787
S. 't .it' 'f pot well satisfied we will smd one dolibr to X. c. '\'AI : Rwqrofuwqrt.nw'lr ....20 5 10c : Owner Unknown ......... .....
: .. 4'. jfcr th* trouble of 'ritlapw Full imrtk-uJrtrs and mv iw. Tax A>sesor, liradVo'rd Co. Owner Unknown ''nw ne"i ofne swjsi"# .. t 7" i? 40( 7 109 14
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: utftt free. Address UEORaE TrNSO. & CO.. i Own* r Unknown. .. .. l 40'
nX or lot 1 L' to is.1. 199
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." :.. .. W I |1111| | money thtngjels at* iu work this for'world.vf, thau Oipoal at any-not _STARKE.TLA. .' The POLICE G \ZI' .rE wHl l-e 1'; i1l..I.1 I I : : 180)5RO) 456

S I UgU needed; you are stated free. Both SPECIAL attention given to ''. es secuivl for v wrapped to any aUJre*, j in the United SWOtfltI.. ), ;: 787
: d#. ."em:all and Jewelry Jtc. &rc. MI one States three OllnthlIII'l'C of ...
{TCH. Any on.can do the work. Large l Oner trj1tos1.-. .. ....,14r Li .!21h
tf-s., ic .arninm au.e from first btart.: Costly outfit and at and r.&sonable> priees fnVcasli. EUlutre? :r.l.. ONE DOLI4fl. ,, OwnerUnknw.......... ..,S I&o 0 ... ...::15. IE..laot 530 ;
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t. :. w.'i ofbeW3". ;; '6';" .':0 .s' i.:'."........ ..... : ; C IW;: 4 *>il .i'l'! .. . t : 5-.si"; 3 1'1 SUM: AT.SUAL KATES Or nX'-'HAXfiE. P but n'ott'tnk.,7.will t.elhe I 't. .
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tiWV o sV.'.... .. ... ... .................131 et!1 I I 90 S '..1\ ofu..qrlw'1rofn">r n\v jr of rcq-.% '' The Largest t Book Store South' hntt seti in tie way uf cnld.21yWill ;
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NJ s I. 'n qrof !1\\ ir w'i ofn"1r'l.'lr..io'F n! oil! STUuKT ,
11'. :: : ;-"ill, 1' :; "\.. r .. I; 5 '.1.9! IH l"&vcll'l11'c.mb evcntt.in in fact that "
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.. .>.. S.. : Ifi' .3 II lot J' 3, flh1.t. 10) l .. .. . IJ I'N !01 JACKSONVILLE FLA. some bright letters or a striking pictui. .
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"., .. flOfiis. V utnoV' s-'i '-f of'j I I :' I I. -W4 of nwqr n1.. of -e.jr M\V'-. ''o. .. II'J 2 DC WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. the to..II.'an" should lie done i& the 3U n- :
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.. nWxoneV: s\, G : :a'\: & W! tiofne.r.. of sj-jr Was ,. : s 'IP' HOOK,. bTATi.iNhuv' r.viMirusir: : : [ js AND TANCY : mcr aa.! cj fly f: Hv Tli Southern"HretIu.st.ly '' : r.
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8M eVsttU ... ... ....... ... .. . "... 74 I .isii--s 1 .
.1: 5' .6B 64/1 .. .. neJi'o ifV Dt'0 sj J( .!...... ...... I OiseV ibo 1 345 lo'9l2'J . .. .. .:... ...'.J 5... 0 = 1..0 :mid l"JI..tIIIl'r..ulot.,11'Pl'Ij,1 oil ti tii.'pi; ieiis !1.\' .. viy Xnrlh..rn ,'it).. .\11 attention that.ezin: l be directed. "
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> iii-ir u4 nwqr. .I 1c tilled! pioiiip'iy. i Iii I aivur.t'ly.; : :itrke the better,Jot is a city .
of IH-V r'l'ofs' \ .:.. ... .....7! C:;! >' 2 7J ,' W-1r. ,_. .. .. . ..::1 :... L'J: .,1'.1. 11\\' } .
fjf of ne i* wSLofse *eSi o's V, I i I I' ;, w Vot'nwq: i.\vxr of:sw p .. '. ':301, j 5. l'tir '- ; a''I.II'.J1wn'a".i uiv. ::t l'.r IL\"j.: HALL 1 CIIIj111:l ; {;f>\\ havi paper nor under water nor away from a .

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.. L.'S oCn" .8" 8\\ nl I.W. .. .., 1;' f,2 1'I I: 10 M ,.3 sW'l1" .. .:.. .! :.! ; .. 1--: :_ 21 riiur in 1 priiefioui 1 the! .'hl'I'| ''; to tIt IK--: My 'rr..t'-* are Io\\ and s|> 'itt l I'rmwill railroad it is situ:iteil on the best -

.. "- D-"Qt. I4I1of"i.. ... .......... .,..1 621U' -tO) ':.' of .t-fir nw K of -oqr ue-ir oi "\\1 jr. .. | 1-1'-: .. rt be made todeer.si! >rhii's Iniyinjr in 11iltxiL.IIio ''. IJACKSONVILLK r:4i1w'i.r.! i is dryland the! streets are krpt iucondition. .
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of iK-V nw 4 ol seV .c4 of Sw. 0, st.4 i \ I Iot' e" ofiv rneirofnwirhw.irof .......* T-Q .,'l.U \>1 .'-- I'L.t.TIZ.PROIr fur a place add they should be encouraged_
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tvli seV sV of : ( ". of neqrsw.jrof w .. .. 27 01"1 71 -- -- --- -- -- ill every yay. 1 was talking one .
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I.. 0 SWW.i 2 e" of : I I Isw.4 .nwqrof ft"ir n-* 11'111 uw ,r 1I"'lrII f
.... 8! or"w\< s\% .... ..S. ,. ......I'!!)! C'I' j'i.. "-'lrof"'J\"o..wq( .. ',201':1'; ;kJ OTCAdc.1 JliOR.M .3"TO @ regard to advcUising !his hoteL thjs sumt .. .
.. t- of iiw\ se1* o ne V u i 0 ."ujii' > ,4"! ': i <>SoS' n >.{ru'iofn\\"ql""i"I -wqr"i" ofqr 2; ; 'I i' 1.1': ; {. r ,.} winter trade : : ..
..e ofneV swV. ; 1l' ..: .: .2w3.4p aw irof iifqr c'' of aw ir nwqr >> nwqr .1.:.1::, 7. I.; I I-.it I :>er. jo lie would secure a big (.
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'i nw ( I : . . .'I' 4 i Ii i II u) I .\ !!; tlu" ino"t" 'om.IIl. assortment of l.itt* st % !. in he remarked H costs .too' .

. ... all >>*8 i"": oCnw' ofl e of ne ...(tI'.4.! : ; :..:: lOC: all .. I 5I ji'.11 2 .1.> hut what is i a little spAit now compared ;. .

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1: ... '' uu V nwX.ofsu' V I\ 4)f Sl'6.. '..,' r40.|':21"") 1 60 II; ".. )ltqr ol nw-jr w> urnw..\v.",' .;1 w jr. I .; ." l'i.: ... FINK 1 BOOTS I ( AND SIlKS I ( l : I Ill I .i i th'htt he wliat probably aiD ,EacU.intichant -,

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I t .. '' M.; or ;1.\J w.S'o ;w4ufe.3, I:J].0. 4:1 :'tv.r,;: ofn'I". Ilsv.r . ... .. ... ;J5 1 5: .i I' 71HI; '.*'UltJ"JC North. would make a bi:' .. -f : .
.
it. .. e01 t- lessSacus... .. !.wJ. ... ..f..lW.i. .. .01, s.. ; I 'u.r 1I.''I( seir o:ueqr ) eqr: ol"ij\- .' >; --' ..-oswor ., extensive : .
.. .1: "' K. 1 believe in .
: L. VON. n I
, .' :; -.. .. .. ... :. -.I- 2 I" A KIRN ; si llII' ytar. .
; : . . .. i'; 1)M started U ; _
... .. I :11-. t'-''ir; iiSo'swqr i adverli-ii'ir. that is what hai *
.. : <. of :: .;, 3- .
nwof-n'.2 :\ ... 2)i-i >'f'qr! w "rl1\\rw.2 4\vjr .
; Wo s J : .. ... '.0 _' South Florid towns. The
.
i $.\ 0 uw.V: t> .w. swV ofst-V -..5.oa; .)ii I jJ I aiiu'v Si's'Ollliqi: -tqp; W" '. ...-... .' I:I.: ;: .;.i 1, 2'I .k- I THE! POPU LAP BOOT AND{ SHOE IIOUSI---SI'ARKE.! I': FLA.J. tl.esUttltt h in ttounhinj '

1' .. eX of \i. swJSj. of uwii. uwJS. of u\' of n-virjiwq'of| '\"f .... .:., ; F'2 2 l.ii ci'Untiy i.rouiul blarke.; a

.. seofseYi i\ Ij 22C4tt ,; !Ij 1 11'1 J" O": .ftoW'11' ... ... ..... ; .5) ::; condition! despite I .late fro tj wrUherehad : .
of
nw" of L ?" u' ofswV Il'.1 se\o rl4nt : .'
.. ot uw .V u>' 01 ".I. lU'J' .. :-J -' = -== _.. -. \\ ] tiii"spring.. Every year brmgi
of nw\ .. 2 ,'.' N'IofnwV S
w. -
..' '. ne" fracofnwl, of u\vt" anll" si of'' I -.L.JJL..o,-) -T--r t.. 7"-.1.J.L.'4 ;:.pq t__ :L few more iml'r.Ii'V mcnts,In the way of :-

I V racofnw.SoCbMTV c."olle:. 3 H 1't:0 tools, inipk-ment. i'tc. and the fanners
s. 'I ( prejudice .
.. sw of.w1 .j II il .. : wig CAR.DELL are radu KV over cooLing old ; _
i ''8 w"or8w of sw' ." o D.u.olse... : .< S 4 ;> ,\ :. 1. :; all moden! iinpnivemenls
; tit regard to
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n-"ontlorl 1..of1\ .os u..st ? ., -
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', =s.A.L.S:=raoiOR .
; 3 *.f, .i -- ruuI'lhiug .for'the country
.... n- one Dt ofle nW1! ..... .. .... ... .. ..,15 i i.-1, 2t 1 II;; i : whieh i i-* a -

DW" .. . .... .i 2 0<> 4M Pxbaotcal wishing! .\cu much success in your p her. '- _

.. aU...... ........... ... ....: 3 ':1. 4'i, 10l I SALLOne A. .. _
S.'ofuw nw" c.fuw, n,'. ofneV oi 'Isw.'i n l\14 .\ FIIKM Ti.T.IIKI.
: ... .... 4 I.I G 31al. .4
.. ...swl.ort.. ..... .. ::::.:::..:.::: ., '.::lil :iU, i A I I Tin Smith and Sheet Iron Worker Clerk forth ,

10t8; 8120." ofl.ts.'l i'bti.: :, 11. ... I ; II l11:: I Nominations for Enrolling -

lotsS 4. 5 0 I. ...... .. ... ., '...:u :u N il-tu-f l<)-i4<; in ord-r. Iliek:. of Frank
.... .. ; Juu .,
. .... Douw'seiiofi_U..Its\\ofl'\ .J... *.:.0.sw....... .. /. ::'., ..,U., *<. 1.11.-. of the handjsomest i f\:J v- /.,.. .;,_ '. :-7--.-.f., ',' '::.-..., I. e. G8a:::'Osie: HTlall '1 lin. i'lu-; <-il in nomination: 1.. C. Clark; ofiUMdfur
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less ne* 24. ..ir ;j 4 -' 'L \ .
r nwV ofieV.swi"' of.! e.'i of.W4. ll Tu'-.i I I I V {.: :, : : .1 1 .' I :3"!Ii.P LOCyrill: Ill Sjarli,\ in the! lmei'! '>'..t5Mitforpiily! o.-enj-K-il't-y c' ; .i county anil in. atipp
S. lots.5 Gn-"oCtsI :H .. .. .... .. s 7 ":14I 1 11n l. \\ \ nttli!!. I ; i'<-.tfiilynJil': t work in m\ line lr.>in t'' e < iM/-ti-: ol! thitov.;11 :L.I( sir; '-ritil ifiiin.it.oi: miilt! ths blowing re
.V' of .. .. ... .. ... .l1 :. : 1 ;tl : I'j 1 I 1:11.I'ratlIll! .' ; .
le : in ; ri>iiniiuiir 4- .0:',: A1! v irk \\anantrd; ) 'hirr::1 ( nttis :t.d *
I imrks.
uw 0. b'4' I places
.. ) . .. .. i iFla. I .: :' t ,
"i
; .. flvI of >! i.s35arel :' :1' : ; I ; .
ir entirelyiit.nereessrv
of. Qf 1L. "oC suw' ol l I IM I -4 I ALL. ..; : !)FIts:! I'KOMI'Tl.V( 'I Pl.lK!: 9.JiiCKSNVLLE'S .Mlliotiih lie felt th:it ;va3 .
I e- .I ... ... '
... '
.. .. . : :21 I : 'l I. I) I Iw" to make any reuvirkn ..insiijiporl .
'" of wi ..w' < swi J" c.f.". : :il;") -t situate on ((4 : ,
,: '
; of J. (L Clark
I.of tle S\ of t.w'us\\!. 111il; 1 ::") 1 ; of tIC nomination

J. :: : D." nofsS.... ._.. ............. .. .. 3 : 4'U I"" ;: \ 'witli'tln* ;
Lc of ue ... ... ............. .I|.It ,; 41 \ ;' 1'::1 t 1"J t lit ihoM'whi> were :acrpuHnted;
'
.. '' I1:ofn'>V: sj o swi :. I ;. r:,i :3 :!' of the \\I\\ ( j jI \{ Lf\RGE-DRY\ GOODS HOUSkak:11T gent'.eiiKin.) "l.tt* there *ra<. quite an.uriy
...' I-1 bank .
. e\.o \ MVo (e!4 Kit 3 4.: the '"f.t d. 1he.n it -
[ ( il tlll"
members
.Dt'\ of2w. .... .: ., ;.1 .1 ;>,iII)1 4 <')' I IIw :, ': < l I Ih. of new
{ M ; 'q 1 7-1' i irt' ; ;,1\\ 4
01 nwV ve'4 of liw'j. 72 l'spt'8i3ily illOIH'
in l1f1proprii1I ;
S (lie
't
I : 06L4L n .
of..w t1r4 ."... 10! 7::J [j. i intolll'J / r
. .. I \.e\or .', 4 7 'l 1 :, i ; --=-- F witnessed -.1bC manner inV .
.. 14 beautifulKINGSISY t't ? g n who hid '
.. '. iofseii ,,13,' 7S1 s .JTnrV .- I' J i'i .. tiI 1' KlIN ; : E NEDiT E. I I had tluj '
: performed
1 of : i-1 ::> r. : : hit-It I ihi< gentleman .
of nw i e
of ue i less 5 acivs n.' < lSi k L1:7 r' j .
.\ .. ...!! ;21 i,., :j ()se I t 1\.1 i/.- I s g sl 5 Vj>.J itii-n in! the C'oistitntii : i
I ; Iii.10
teoCwJ 2 I' (.iit.i-s u ( | >
>, \ sw1! of nwSf s\vs4 ofse1) ,1 I LAKE -L.. ;:- : 8 .:
\ \ fwJ ... ., ... 721 : : .. ., assembled in 18**.>. 10. 1_.
i' '
sX o: t*V ,.v( an r"rt.1 r .J .. I -- -, :? : :' .\ ': D! n:," := r" !: 1- -- il I OflV4lltUa. that
1 ... 7-1 I
-i'
4
I rj' i i I' .; "
S and '
.. IWo. IIH vjews of I the fitness, quaHfl- .
IW1, neV sj 0 I.\ ofse* ..... 22 ;:lll:. 1"1. I stute .

"-8woflw\ wV 1I.ot i-4 21nwV 7 .'HI !9 ;II A two sto : >" t ::l'IUOi;. ( : .I;!:_ .it 'r:; ,,''o1l:41l'.. : !..,'; .. .:u;:',;2tr. -i iI.I .'.. XUIJ's. Yeilin. Satin eiitions [., perform the same Junctions in '.4.
: : 01 neV s.* of es! w,1" o tW8"\\ oJ large f r'", fJl .Ls. f-' }.1 I II -\I'l" '.1...l..d..I". ,"i.t. 1.11.; I!.. : k-t. ".tt" l .. -;; io,41-4 I 1 1.C'i fliaPMMJ"' "

4 I seV oiseS ofswl" .'2-1 "; : I2.o 5 'i 3Y'P'r' J = ; F -0' .."...J I Ii \1t.:'.i.; 1.:1'. : : _" ,;"!I'I"": .' ,,. ..' .'. "I". U1 -.$ ,;", .,)' 1 tins itmly. It i- fair: l lit prvsutue -
of e. of t \\ -on\ofsw' .'-'". 3i m> 2 :-. I \ 1 t'1 : 'J \ .. . .: .: ., make t'iel.tjon. for.1npi'ointinetit ;: eo
.. sX > 9 ; 1riU EJ l 1 1. 1:1.4. : ,", ; : < .: :" i. t'" : ", <:rt'n I Ielfl:)U would appr< .
Ofi; .
7-jot : UIn tiV
13 f'---J .
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A v V of -*'V rffr.I. of lW' w.\ of i 11 room t',". ::1i.v: ( t- or pl.ict. "t'foreIhi holy ofDeiuATits. .. .
1 ; -, i 1 1:11. .; :jlBI'i oi I. : .l .ryt, : :i\1 l'IIIi.td. .
eofs&" 0: ::' :} 4uwVo I :11: y
Pure.
.L. : flW!os.\.. <-f nw:4 .. 21' 7 1:1. > 7eJi ,: Absolutely !- t" ;";,,, ( 'al'l'Ialti. .'!. I ;1.: ".':!hltre, 1'111'tli -' .. S : : wliose principles opinion .
of se1" 11)4 ot sw of se" :'s i 7 i 14- 3 ,cinwX ; 'l"l-I I I.osl.'nlllh! t.'r"tho! at. the taint or' .
ofse H bJ water varies A nnri I: \Vi arhl" :'. u-t. : i in this iin-ptrt.' have; slightest .
-
32 7 UI > ti Tin* '
of nV of .\ Ijaiil) good ynwlh"'I1"\'r I :: 'H.d1'1': St !h"t.Io.; !k, "- ii all'iIlIIlI.IlIo.l.in! [ : .
: o ; "I"
1'.w to
*. nwl4 of uc'4 i'3s' of, I. ..r .tu'Itil; aa.l w ;:":o-.n.e-v s, "" f tllutcl':1lion.c; II amlrippj '
w,< of .,\v\i\ neV ot LW pnnl., : tin;" It : .
I ( ;...;. It It \t- I:" 1i : \\ s" it unlt'r I io .
ijI.4 i.l Py IsL1'l
3? ., ., .ordiu.trS I ill \4 :
cVofne'V... 1'l I" 4 ilneV More OI-('"IIMIIC.I: t! .;)11 I. "' ; stand :
.
> I '1.L i : .N 1'10P..\ I III I TO( OHlIEit-\! that the applicant before you.
of sJ4of! ueJi! ii> of .S h's"Jof w 4. kl.n.:11111'1111 i.. : "''; IH>'y 18LZ4 I' .11\.111.! .z.1' ::' \ | I'IY : .
.. .31: 7.,, id':. 4 -\l YiV ln.1.--1 "sUr r
IJjA
ol nwij ', 'laillnll withoutTefTroac .
hearing without
1 -' } orange wnll : n' '* : : j
170 : tII'
neMof iiwV ntfo'. : v1* o \\ ti4oi n' I ; Mi"ii'.d: : i \i-ti \Isit; r.nri'y, eai j!! on 11;; \ iLl wi.lltill" our store at.i .
.. S of swH >f ol.IC"J') i St.-1\ e1! :37 ., :.lt !:J w(!.ItI. .III'" o. ; i'h-<;ih:..,' pinvd'-is.:) I ,iu-iiv,.. ,iir) iisvoitinenj fompleie! :,i.tl I jsrires rl.l..ouabu.\ artistic; ;- ,f\'m'\n e in thtf i-nrollment of _.. .

: -f'4 ol'o.. -11Uflesiloac.e..I. I Sold r.lv 1 ii' .-.IMS. Ilov:: :! lilting' l"H- i lor t'loiln 1:: "" \5eii and I Joys uKo lient'.iViu.eiw ; is safe guarantee" : .. .
LXof88oftt:1 : : -.I U 01"1 urtnuu' ; Constitution a .
| the
lit?V of ne V .. ...11 7 270 c 4 1nwV : ;l : ::.: ; v"N\ v- i'Koiin Ncy

'I 50 bearing'pear.. .\1'1'1117.: c.; i : ear. ... and pcdiC.of! what you may f'Xpl'ctn r
I ,4Ct 27 s. o 7:3 -> !\ !..-IJ.'I..r: L L Y, ', .

n"Johw/ .... ..... ...... .... ..: 7 7 41, 111 i, i performance; nf the same dnlyif you :
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.. .. a'u Ols ne...se1;.!.ofi...cLi-.!.. ..ofsn. ..... of:. IofswH. .\.' -stLi..!..- I 7, 7:--j-.l,."., 4it' 4 11m'S3mM'rif'urX '! 300 bearing peach ; ARE You I NERVOUS? I Furchg U & Benedic;: select to sec!him that to gentleman fullil! it. "It this.was Hall a rare dnrinirtin sight .." -


.. .ofs.;\ 'sV' of TMV V s'f of e'lnwM I :' or, ,1lb! YO"III:.'!' I'loin iii'U-s..i ii'.ililcT)1UJ3S !, i !si'tins! ; of Ih'at ronvenlion.other Ar rtrPwliIe'! .-

.
se.4Of! iUSol4! ol 7.W2I> MnwM i -- -.1 '"
01 0 I .
4 : -, I were jvpiptn 'hUWJrr.
ut eiunli'Vees
-- tn'.h 1 1II11It:1 i.n.i. jiliv-i.-ni.: ? .
: :
5 of e qr n.< ol se qr o ueqrs3of fir perSllH" i ft-clin-js: I i-- ..
;
Olwqr8Vorf.eqrw Ies 1\' qrofuwqr. c 7.,4Ji. 93: I jttf'VC. 'i>)u o\i I'WI'-; I'll11 ...!:1' II i ir .11 a r i> <*:: ?v<\ H I. ttie mi.hiilt. lamps in the! Senate. Cliaiufc .- 1",40.". .

,,! q. of liwji o .!'seqr otue'.. .',.. .Lei. !..of'l. .\..)!l7, ,";.. : l lseqroftieqr I I .- -tShse. iXc-oni" iU-1'i it l'd: i.: I II., :yu !.u-k I O. I". Mffts lil i vt-ry! fil: Mr- \ The Oft Tcid Story ber-wliPiehe did his'work* -pave iiiP'*.>- : :
swJ, W 2Jj : u.
: i : -it > jt yYtrJlrflhJtP
.. ... .. ....................:....1'' ; : 'I '. I :mons: :: : :) grapes; ; ng i et .i1t1l1"fl.II. ,.:.-I12- Ii .) id\i-.Hr> n..iiiin ; ll ('i. '' i.'II; ;.i t.di-i-'it iT..tlin.i' .-> I Merit ..fS.irsaparill.i inJsUili'.e C\'i'!.;lCe. that there was on .. .1
... .....-.. .. .... ., : I I I ...; .: ii.vili-ii lo :ttt.nl. Of the ]i- 'ir.i.r } -: d:: I ; 1\'Ir> i .
: I (';\II"C': (I1-:.I :d ili.! t": !1. or 1 if .n';'l :in ; :'11:1I : 1.. U. zil-- J-'. S. '!'!! .Ms.. I U ful'y! i.r.nint ly tI. : .: hi<* p' st. -intm-st In rtho /

r ..o'\. nXof"n\; ; {rorn. ....;;ji"o. .1. ;.x'..;.W'qr...of. l _< .'.".:.24 I !') Nl I i i l 1J1 l *d 1 willi diL-1--" ..f.'nv 11.1'11'1'"II.' .!' a i ipecans I S eit. .t' .\..4.I.I.i.r.ul.FRNKLIN L t.iry tosiiu'oiiy t f ih .t->.::us who l.i\c] trie-it i l rfnrmlln'I- nf dUI). I now commend' d.l .. ,S
nrsW ol seqr wamuis "
4 5. S .."$uf otnear o zejr I qr..fnw qr MS qr 01 :: I :; .. M.H.lo1l1t.j; ) Mriir',;", f'I''lo', : ,.. uTiIttescrii'Moii : I! it. IV-cuIi.ir in te! reinl-inatiou. pri irtitlll. \l'jeniU'in.m' toj-irir; favorable: consider : '

a.e qT I" or of"t'It. .lt. .'11. .sw...qr. .\.qr..of'7 ..::2.':-.21; : :! ia ,' '; o.t---: !1r f'.r.l i">if.i: :-:n-tioii I anti prep.iriton-of! ) its,in" ;rc.lirnts. i 'truliarin : : lion:not) ahll.IIt'ItSt.. "L". de-tires: il. lull' .: .
I ; which iti is ,
8wqrlesaICrls. I : tile eitreini l'f : j.i.t
.. t'1"1"1 1'itfr"s'L "K'/--M' : I I _.. '
....... ..:; -..14 --t'jr, !; ,, I dlmimrlQ ailfl | (4hI( > ,. I PATl1.J 1'S 'I up Hood's S.irsnpanll.i! acconiplishcs cures I J for HitgrcitiT IT.IiIl n. ollic. fYof ofwhuh -
:
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TUI.ATMIXIV.ler I :
t'I"r.
w., "I> .
n"oftXs."ofnwqrswqro -e .jr \f i : L where other preparation entirely faiL1 Pect'- yon lire ti) IetIunripicflt.liovint I !.

.. georo .eqrneqroto .qr.t.<.'.o..._\v..qrolswqrswqrKegrofseqr .19' TjvjSM: ( .VIneqrneqr I ,], "- .y. I tinpr.ss I tlic 1411,*l]j.-t! plot'ssjo) ;: .5 I linr-ia the ujiequ.illeil grnnl nnme .h-ife in::;- .. < -.

fruit an<1 ill\ l.i"t : 1'.1::* \-') 11'1;'-* ill. at home, which in a' tower o( s4ciitliabroad. (
I P. Jt\ I.
y. B. '
other ?: H HOUGHSolicitor ht ut Mr. nesi.
offwqr .. ... ... ... .. .. 2) 7 4 ': TJ I manv : vesti :.ito.: i-s In''''. A :. Tio.iMncntilfliviri'tl I I .*' ccllliar.in. the jihennmcniu sale- : bnu ;. -
.. I eqt ......... . .. .. .. .. .. -": W':' 1 !I i I : it has attamctl- ,mu tlctfiirKidl; l to'sc11 goodo Tot cash at uviry '.,,. :
;; : I Js-vO t II oo 'H i-i j; and.F -.
: t"" 1 !' I JH.--M ooy of msrisan rignPatents. I .C" ask ht v a
.... .. .. ........ I : I srnall roiritj.tIo earnestly .
q- ? i;; l2) ;: at'' town. (* \iH' \J)' I lI'x'.rt. :)UI\ \""t.I:1j\\ i, Hood's "'
S.I.. e-"oCW ,. ... ... nut trees SarsaparillaI I doing ;
r' ::I I !;and I : iiMi! ,- to ('In nfl I see what am
,
.. 2 siildiv1, .. stud on -;:0.'' .> i ("'Hii."i. ifhirae f'r |"

71.rjd&Lsnd.tMorageCo. IW 14 of 6.1. .. ... ; . .I t 51 I 40'I"I Iof <- .. luixiuj i : : .r.id tl.-.1V4Ijt. In <>rhalf I Oi"> I-.. S riiiN.: : \\T.T I t'.ie! R2Ot popular: and pucees ftil medicine atu-r t I UK-! change with t a fnll line Oener- f'
sirs. : JI Uje1. II Iiefore the public' today for imrifyii the .
Limited
I" nt-4. l oC S.I. fle14 .f r w!. 1 ;1 :) ; dl'I\ : 014k 1 2 11ft' Tn' -M)'lit\ "I\\:- .\.i.in-, \:11' *. S. I'lU'-nt Or'1.HI! ',(;T.">';. D. C.1'tr 1:11 Mrn-IiKi; disc and Sclmol: Dooka.. -
slosW.I" 112J II an appetfte. .
O(! "W't'OISt 'W't. '.,..L' . ; : IJrlC8.L.l..4 I s..n-ilatt'-! .1\l F''n :' t ht' pr"i'.lr..:5th ali II II bl..d. giving strength, creating I .
W-"OfOtI. ,.ot.t.il'. .. 1 1. 5 41h'!'' :6':. I ( 'isttis IOIMVTo.1 : ., XVioiinir l1)I:' 'k, I I'0 tt' ti.i'i: !) of 1 :11'1,11"\11"0, : i .'. 1..)' I.t-itt r.< :i'.itt-iif.I I Iiu "I suffereil from wakefulness anjl lomspirits I 4llIrS&C. S #
'
e" nS ofow'4. .. "I""I! 5 oe ,t I', 0 < !I..f.!-. tlit (': S I'atmt Oiiliv iit- and also hail( eczema on the. tr.xck oi It H. H.JONES.. .
e2 ..... ; l'., .''i-r.it t'l'i-s. \\lini iiutriit i 41I'.lIIk'l.
o.ntl. / . ? _. to r im> "t} I
of.'vL [ I: OFFICE.Syni ja f4* *.uc.-oft"7T..e m3nr .0 IIl'ill and neck, which was vary annoying. :.
01 4 q"I:11 '. my
\ AT THIS a .Ir.\ \illg-of our iuvt-iti i.>n u-itu r i-Uiinis, i - 5--
'urtI in I
I't <
, I i1 8-"Orl 't. L.v3 of s&4 o' Isw? 01, 1:. 'I : ;uHI t'Uriilila %'till man,- :11111 tuMrt --t will I In* puliM-hcil In thi* .i!, I took!! one bottle of IlrKxl's- Sarsaparilla and In..1 u tin;. Partnership. 5 ..4' ."

. I_ (1 of t 11. ; 1-4 l J Dajv VnitH-t I MIIU-S I'ati-r.l oftionzi'ttt". a i--tj.cr i>f I Ttave leceived so much benefty tliar I am
l'H %Webb is this
,1 i; : I I TI.e firm .f .Mi.oie & day
( .4e3 0fj; ::'i ;ii i,4isv\ :l' ___ 1I:1I1I1l"j"t ciroul.iiK.il.: ami I." only J-UIKT ili.-.t [
< ,4 '!-JI1 I :j. ----- and 1 Always I clad I to "sneak. :
ofie1-4e4! ; I very grateful am Moore
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i
.I "!. twi! .. :J/ Tlu1 Indi.Kia: i T.rmie.i! ( 0. 11:1lli.'o): \: I 'ti2i,11S1tS! this I Ir<-. I I ; .iti'-olxcii by iniitnaf conset. 8. ) .
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!W&-O I! .. O'lwI1 . ., :1" 1!' 14JRISV 1'1'w. .--.. ..._::.::_r-_ d i i't I ,':it 14 tmlyniarvtloiis ; '-Nit i .\:.'iu-y in ih;' t'.it:. '.1 St.it.-s j.tS.-.4..o.., : a Rood word f.'r this j.pdii-inu." R."A J. S. : taLtt> i !hariruof and Conducts the Eurejot .
n" 01 ICI.O St.l. .i' : ( i-n a t'lp''ill'd.lii..1: fu-ilitii-t. tt)1ttt12t122412: piii-nN. "r ..MC" '1' Ptnn.Pqriflea I '
SSYHEK, Pottsvillc, ,' and
of ,4'c 1'1":1'1"1'] : | .., is foraJl debrs -
le1 I I I ) I .._ lonand i responsible
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.e 018\\ tiV14. :. 'i. .. .... 1 0"'1 liii 71 ; i. 2I (" 'jni-s of 1'.lIl..flluihI..ul': :.". ivnts i-.!"-!. I' the Bloodt :' uc ivs till mi iiey due: I. C. Wtbb conlnct : '.
s.C'. I e't 01 se'4 ",11Df" and \I'lIrallIl'! irii-ir.mtcf:I it imitc all
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1llt 0 c" Of"W1' I 1i4e 1e4.i.J. : (11 tI-fl I''II'<'I''IIC' (! > the newspaper; : business pays .

or.J..l.ofs.I.ef nt \'*4 .. ... .. :.. : ll"-'. .... :-T'i-: :: -j : : to cure any :and cv ry ea--e 1.1' acute I Inflammatory __ ._ I Henry Biggs,CajnpbetTStreet,Kana|CItr.I dclii.nud ail accounts due. are payable w. .
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-4 .w'.of., I'l" .. .. .1. :,) Ir'e."o -: ,-: ;-;-- l .3 11 _... _. I I had scrofulous sores all ever his b&y for :
o're i.i j to him.:1
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1 lot 1 .J'. nw4! w3o- nw- 'of ej-1. I I te .IIO. ; IW -.3,. I 1. }1jt!_._) i : f I- 1'1"111. \ | > I 1'.. I fit tccn yean. Hood" Sarsaptrilla completely I S. D. MOOIIE, &

ne.De! .. ..,. II'' ,: 221 .1- l- ) : III 2 DAYS, and to irive iinnvdiaurtlicl >' *' /.Tl 1 .J i..j I curoo him. .. '., "' i I 1. C., WKBB. '

$ !0ISl'I.6Wl. :.: 51:47 I...- 2 1 :21 I 1 : in chronic-rs :and ciTirt a 'l'cl'c1'Ilrl'. MILLS I Wallace Back, of North Bloomfleldfa.. Y. April 12. 1887. oiL.f. -

'" '..w'I.! 1I. I ()n receipt of :>0 cent-s, in two cent TEMPLE'S I suffered eleven years with a terrible varicose .

11 ; I : : jrT'XjAANOFACI.URE; ulcer on-his leg, so bad that he had t* give '_'
r .. : : : :::.: :.1,241 13 stampsc will, .send, to any address, tin -- I ulceA -' : :


1. eX-"e"OfuWI41\.OlWI.nw'isejfof of!ne!-< \-fcW ornw>!4\vS>4 'of w..w i !>.nw{ \. .w..'. or. 'It;.'14,0>,' 51\61 51,312 6 J.!319f : :1 191 77( RIVERS I & J JSTAUKE 0 I N E R 3 ;I 1 i which receipt can for lie tins tilled wonderful l It" "Ollhome compound druggist ,n I R j I I up alno business.of catarrb He,"by was cured of the and'*. W. SWEAT, .

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n- neOfSt4"! 2 10 I DRUGS AND CHEMICALS AVeill i Quality.; :.:)llnT :
.. :: :: : : :: .1: 51H lieinir much lesexpensive.. IOO.Doses.

nX IWI! of se'4 w" of se'; :: .. ) 51'U''. 2 1 1.1 77s3 I irl.idly refund mor.iy if .satisfaction is mil l.lt11I'it.b..!.. H: iltnj-, l'.ru-leti: : ,I -- Raney :;Ns4fljoni S

0nW- !of of nv'"w'. swl4of nw'flV14 ofnw ofNV1j! "l' m.1: ;i I 5I:1i 5l',51'. 2of a.I Ii i TOilET AND FANCY ARTICLES, I given.: i! and 1 rinM-.in- III ii1bt'r t-ou>tant on IfjJKHood's ". BrE'" .-. :.

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"ol nofD\ t .. .!..".. ... .3'i 11"I 1 Z\ FLORIPA' ( ) :KIIOI.OVis.I ; 1'JL and Orange p iJ .. ,"* '. .
se'of e' .'.w. '.. Wi. .. :.31 "lI if.lj 2 i i8"ofne : Is CorsTY COURT, BRAorono COUNTY I Jy JyI just RECEIVED. : .- '

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: AffltICllLTURL,1 -S THE HOME DOCTOR. v _.. -- -. SION1flC&iT- -S -.- a--A Prairie of PUcE -.,, That Tired I ?

.I have returned: from a trip to neB0callefC'tlPil
-I- just
5 Hone oY tlie Last P*>U* Opinions of a
1 % ; : \- > For Nasal Catarrh. S 4 CSrvat jlav. -' *:lAke1" writes -a. correspondent lid;geneU ttbls ,61.oa that

TOPICS OP :REL Take four orfivs'ttblespoonfuls New York Correspondence Cleveland Leader frt>\PDrtof Spaip.Trmidaci, wh&t1Iae2atbyth.exP
INTEREST. TLVE t. warm R
One bag. most excellent to
t. 00(503 ,.*.TO FABBt AND. GARD13K. d. salt.Tsatcr, add.tvo droptflincture blood study "man"as represented .by.opportunity the average tb'the'PhiladeJpJSa Inquirer. Running ,on.cUni&ti.or of Iif.h fe iC $ CTRE3_Ain PKBVOT1

a.5.* "" -. 5 ; -foot iuid.snuff up the nostrils, holding it NewYorkers. Among the.wealthy classesf ,- south down thtrParian Gulf'to La Brea,. upon tbe b9dY that the apptfl Sore Throat, -

A .- ther few mutates err- many of them have the waxy skin, miles distant"from this mpifrprosCtstad Inflama, tn
then port
Tnt AU n>ilfOTtb snuff it up hard'to some forty ,ytfiing. Tb
do Swelling
ntsnd flys coabfor S The Song of-the Plough.Uoond that Is no atnMfl to of tlii JolA
', dropsical ftel, and "puffed eyes" are
mtx nneut tocrtlon. cleanout the nostrils. this 4here'disembarked iid climbing a '
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Try doWDV2-
'I every indicative .- we of the 575t11 l.iflammaionj!
I of serious affection."Bright's Rheumj.
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t*for Urn* adTertlMme&U' pcaJ'j Oyer the ridgnd rough bill; lad, ... morning. *'. ,. vIn'using disease" is plainly kidney written on their gentle ascent i>T 140 fet, we found the nood I gu1parinali just the Neuralgia, Frostbites,Chil. -1

o. :q t. .- 1, ; Keen, Ud, and clean rut;,lad S : any"liniment- for rheumatism,* face* Since General Logan's death the subject Fake, a little -more, than a .mile> .inland. partftes.the blOod. harP tbC$ blains, Headache, Tooth

i j. .- w. SUBSCRIPTION- BATES. .- I f '* Letthebnghtsharecut,-, neuralgia or any"aches, swellings etc. of rheumatism is being discussed by the Strictly speaking, there is no* lake mthe, the tired feeling. nd l.nvtgorateI. ache, Asthma.

;*c : ...' .. 41 With a strong team, and steady, wet a cloth with it and bind o'n oppresson medical professiou. common acceptance of.the term, but"a theb dy.TJTlt.
.. ; & To Every intelligent person,with any knowledge 'We jfl like u o4' SaP BREATHING.
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:.. a.. 151 work soon and late, it with the level plain, composed of a concrete, j
a a. .4nd firm hinds,till it Keats up well, of the human system, is well aware that BALFOCK.Aubon WORST PAIN;

J.* vance AH nbtcripUons, mutt be paid InrariaUj in Ad' ?! To keep hands the furrow, and ready, or heat it well by Jfcr fire. iMhe kidneys are tngoodtOnditiOfl all unnecessary though flexible, mass of pitch, covering OT ONE ifOUIt afr.'r Infrnmn.tot mfr! 4:

-. KodlMilmlnatlonlafarororiuijDodComflnmlcaUoBi'opopaUmttUrp /. S straight .- For material is regularly earned off an area of perhaps IftO' acres. The Weak 'Made nett sri! f'n's SUtftil WITH PAI}*

$ 4 .. a dry/julttiftr pough, two or three by them. If not, various acids such as uric T2cAtlv ir Ilcf l< n SIT, '
of local lisert : tjp wfth weed and thorn, lad times- tlflH Bushes, patches of vegetation and ..occasional 'z never tcok1Y medicine ttit **piiiini, Bruises, 1..jIr?
day *
*$ S ; Qe pinch of salt, let acid, one of t''e' chief causes of rheumatism,
tioUdUdrraBiaUp rtJorthe brackish
f -Kfll Cne*t I Ilie
nt7. them from the root pools of water diversify in hort time a.w UO' > or ft w
; it dissolve good .0|
left in
slowTy are that
eTcess.creating deposits causo-
to-flie and then Kir*t and ft the
Foes, lad, are these, lad, swallow. V tongue all sorts of chronic organic dfeeases. It thtvsurface here and there, giving it the *.rerf mach rna do rn. bad U" I'.U.V KK.UKDY Only -
General Director*. S .: That choke the struggling shoot would There is md felt Veil tired &Ii th iow i t uu'm''t
seem, therefore, that rheumatism,lite] appearance-of mud swamp. CYST. ecrn"fat
That ..
I TJ51TKD STATES OFFICERS.nriTOBs : cl a* For were rare matter S Another: .Take five cents worth each dropsy, is not a disease, but 'the result -of a no difficulty in walking or wading fromoic.eud taking Hood' sarsaparUIa.*fl' ', Siomah.,*IiII nv4'urpsCyetto or other
I t fplkje rs and scorns pulverized dis and it if net ottl8 felt liketrrm different' I
: Should S licorice, pulverized licorice ase, is safe to fay that thtf to'.tbe'other for with the sole apVliCati .ii.
the
: sower scatter extract tfnd stairach and kidneys are kept in hralthfulcondition ; tired feeEng bal gona.mY tea.pvntaI tu h-f S twnbterf tj'.
L Eon. Cha*. W.Jonea,Penracola. Hiasdsd among thorns. ground flaxseed; mix together there w ill be no deaths from rheu exception of several places"where the and It toned me up generdlr. U I I minntes <"in> Cranirt. SIK
Boa. Wilkinson Call JacktonrUie. ,-prt aJittle in a add strained ? NervoiMiew, Se! ,,I
cup, Is teelved great ,
matism. : pitch in a state of ebullition in a soft ter ha" also Diarrlj-PL Dyseater ,
.
.- : UFRUUTATITW: Break the hard crust, lad- honey to sweeten well, steep in hot water Geneial Logan was well aware that his and viscid consistency the "lake" is semi- Ct.Aft W. PnV.F3. ssIrey.Ma". InternaL lt w. coicpj
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Tint DUtrlct-Hon. R.flN.Darktion, < Qatn .S "Sun Bust and rain and dew till licoricfl 4.: dissolved. Take a good disease was of the kidneys, and once ex-. solid. Onit I found chestnut-colored N.BflC SU1 I)get tin peculiar

1 4 Second Plitrict-Hon. Ctiriet.Uoneberty, Tort glow, lad, and flow lad dose oi: it as often as the cough is trouble reused himself in indignant terms at the
.4 OraDge. Must shine and filter through. some. It,is sure1 buy of doctors treating him for rheumatism, men and women digging out large clods HoodS :
j r. f. C1BCCTT COCST: *. 3fot anew shoot, hid, a safe, speedy relief. when it was the tidneys tLat caused his. of the asphalt with ax and ,shovel and .

,A Fifth JofftcUl Clrcolt-HOB. Wi & Wood/, At- That feels the hard earth Try it once.-J. W. FOOTE. attacks. The high living and the excesses in loading it donkey carts. Sold by all druggists. $1: sIx for

p Lnt&, DL, SrpTIe Court Justice, awlfned. Will e'er strike a root, lad, all things prevalent among wealthy men in upon by C.L* HOOD* CO..Apotbecarles. and Foyer, Fever and
Each of the exhibited
Hon. Don A. Fardee,New Orkatj*,La., Circuit Bntdieinitsbirth. Seventeen Health Hints large cities especially in New York, is the lump asphalt Conquered. ,

Jodge.K. (hief cau eXor Bright's disease, and the aristocratic small cavities, and we were informed by

.DUtrlct.M. Call,JsckiqnIfle- U. S. Attorney, Korthern Hearts want the plough, lad; 1. Be regular in your habits. trouble known as rheumatism, even the diggers that they never dig deep JJEADY REHEp'
.
W. C. Bird.Uarabat5onbero DirtHet Every fault a weed 2. If possible, g"o to bed at the same insuflic.'ent and improper food bring about. enough to find the pitch at ail softened. the patfrnt cpiZed wJts

r4, I. PhQip Walter.J&ck.oDTiUe, It. C. Wilton, TttlahaMer --. To turn up and burn up hour every night. the sauce results among the very poor. The roughened surface of the pits is exposed newfr itil-si| *fcfcti"w2re'SJ *
1 1 F.O.Hnmphrejg,Pent acola, CJerti, Nonhcrn -. S Ere we sow the seed; 3. Rise in the exit.1%bat if pcPP exposel f> '
S .5 S : DUtricu .5 Down to deep places morning soon after you The above article, which we reproduce because to the tropical-"sun, and within a inornln( wi of th'gt.fl4rU't Kealy of h M, m- *

5ZRXRtBiZJflITEICTZ Score with (sod's might are awake S of"its general interest, is ery significant -- few days the cavities are full again. From tat.drops nay.a tr "ic-r t iey RilteClaagba wl:l eape J"st

: JckionvIIl'frst Mon ky t U Dewpiber. Sow in prayer the graces 4. A sponge bath'of cold or tepid The pubHc4>elieves that rheumatism 30.000 to '40,000 tons of the asphalt are InU4 b'.t-n.e t>i rr.rJK.>:nont, t. j

Tallahasace,tnt Kradcv February. And they shall thrfi-e right. water should be followed by "friction is an effect of diseased bood! this disease be- flinr out cvrrv vear. each 'cubic foot of POMHISli I i I a r'lrnCdiaI'n a'-I a' In thPwirHth'itwm'l-'i'-'n'
-i: .. Pentacola.jrrt Jloodts In MarcKu. Little Polks. with fnwc.1 ar hn1 inrrius'd bv uric acid or kidney wison. v'r-, ailsi It tnwY's Bitt.r
Enough of this the pitch weighing on an average sixty '.
developed daily to kill sev- I Iu:5t1)Y ItEI.tgy4
I. $)S S S .I. CUTSICT qpcK Aorthern Diftnct' fHon. Drill Planting-Shallow 5. Eat plain food. eralipen, and if it is not reoioved by the ki Thot. Settle,JacktoBtDli,ladg*. Cultivation. 6. Begin your"moraing meal with as fast formed it
R. )t. CalL JaCkwntUlt K. ". revs as gradually ruins tho the deosit not less than 10,000,000 The npatest. q'iteket. ,aet an.I 1afayett,1iit's

4 '7 5 5 W. C.Bird. JackronTUle V a ,Atiorner.h*L + It is nineteen years, says Mr. E. & Car- fruit. health. S pound which at the present rate of dig remedy known. 13ackathe.for lheuIatisrn.Lurnb'go. %VeaknPS'. RADWAY'S
This fact is
mon since a Scientific demonstration
Tit''WalterJackconTllie.ion. tfetlf, Eattepi Dl-S more, earnestly we pressed first began with'each the advocacy succeed, dating.7. Don't go to work immediately after If doctors do not admit it, it is probably ging, should last fully 8,000 years. clans sn i alt and,ehe truaIts ant 1a1n4.of th }Iiighst wtorsed \Tltf Only ( fJennin

P. lVWflionT$akMee, Clerk,Vlddle Dirlsion; because tLey do net wish to attract atte i- .FlaMefI pronlpty ref. ami

4 ilou.F. C. flrnbreThPenucd&" Clerk, Western DU of ing in year hills, of planting of corn in drills instead 6. Be moderate in the use of liquids at tion to the mea e deranged! kidneys offers There is'A no re reason yon Making w hy you Money should t not make are p1te absoiUtI and greasy uecs4.: salves Eewareot, flESOOT!,
to
S *: TZBIH ( ; sowing fertilizers Jon the i all seasons. the"general hialth, s.nce they have 110 large turns of money if you are able to work %i. ucha* "n Ore'at Slood Puri sr. "*
-
: surface and merely harrowing them in 9. aut.bori tI srecificfor Ih?'e rrgans. All >ou med !is the right kfnd of employment ucTnCapslcine.." a tlu-y are
Eaitern Diriilon Jackionrffle! ; It is safer to filter and boil drinking dw-oiv ASK' all chronic dkaie. F T->fuIa,
flr
t Monday in of surface S Gemini I.oau knew what his real trouble or busuie-a. Wr ie toHallett &Co., 1'ortland. and intended to .
cultivation I '
that .is l.t; npla
Dece mber. shaHow
OTHEfl.kuI ilrIigt't4.
0 >IM D PlTfeloffTalkhaafce- r< cultivation F water. S.- was, and he recognized the nonsenseof treat M.iine. and they will send you free, (iii ill- TAKE SEABCRV> &JO1tNSO. 1.It'T.C1rn'LI, ItneuntatI-m. tryjp
; February< flnt. Xloudty In ; and .keeping the land as 10. Exercise in the open air whenever trig the effects-the real seat of the dtease format on about work that you can do and IXa'Vlt'r, an t Liver ro nplotnU, P.
$- r level as possible -that is live at home wherever you are beat d. ear ? ') of thl 1.uns and Throat,purt
4 the
S not was
Senator
Weitern hilljng up.'j the leather kidneys. Sittig, of Illinois. AGENTS WANTED for
Do-YenPaeoa .
: ,
f Cnt Uondiy In There j rt permits. lUc hereby from S3 to $i" per day and up- ?h'attI an t vi-o=
March, were then as indeed there 't' whose vote elected! Lf Senator after four
gan wards. .
f t_ were 11. In malarious districts d6 your Capital not rtqjired: you are started HENRY WARD >r 8yi t. SI per Bottle. ,
TA'rEFPicERs. many years previously, advocates of one walking in the middle of the 'imonihs of balloting,tells us that Logan often free. Either.':ex;' all azes. Better not delay. ZE>MB "HnBB1HB HM HB
I day. com lamed to him of distress in his
; great ,
or the other of be Tans W. Ks'r. An Autk'iI1 n I '
r W r rd A. Perry.TallahMe. these methods, but none 12. Keep the feet comfortable and S liliu-ys. Disease of the kidneys always The best cough medicine is Piso's Cure for or hi, Llf.and tVork fiom tiw ri.dle to LiSSI
1 Attornej-Genenl Cooper, Tnfaiiiiee. who favored all simultaneously. It is trainees; rheumatism Consumption.> everywhere. 23c. u a r to i. nmBr-T and I '
: well protected. and besides that, it Liver anJ Siona Rennd
.
SecreOry of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahta. 4 didly luitr ted. ll' lit. w.Mlr. Di-< ,
*."*. S gratifying to file Rural J\>>e Toner that 13. Wear woolen t clothing "the xau -paralysis, apoplexy, impotency, fer ..M7*k. r.wu1I..d ". Izirs T'v. of all r t.{ the St-mscb,TAvs
tJ, here are year 'stomach and blood disorders brain troubles Ur. AilJiTM lUfcTfOKP ne. <0.. *
Comptroller-W. Brn TilUhmiie I nowadays among those who have round. Quaker Testimony Io ,(
I Tre urer-E. &'Crill.TallahaMe tried this method few female cvmplaints and countless other diseases C.qtiven'.S. IuJi2tf=itiia, Bit. -*..
4 MJutnt-Geiei&-1)id) Lang. Tallahneee. very who would re- 14. See that your sleeping rooms and which would almost never develop if. S Ladica! ; -. 1t.ItMJ (.t th.-Bowel Ktai, J-
'Commitffoner- tdi and Immigration [ turn to the old way, viz., ploughing under the I lood = free Mrs. A. M. of has tirc't Ioks ->ui''nt< ''th<*Ia>ra i iscera. Par .
5: ..Mitchell, TallabUMe.SveTintendenr L. the manure ; living rooms are well ventilated, and that 'a kept cf uric acid or kidney Dauphin, Philadelphia, uierenry. mlo iU oe '-
or even fertilizer poison. -
Pnblic planting sewer gas does not enter them. done a great deal to make known to ladies Itemed "".
St. Inrtractiont-rA.J. IntellTallakis in hills, hilling: "P and deep cultivation These facts the lublij rec'gnizes even ., y f ret 1x. by all druts
I ee.CommBioner $ there the great value of Mrs Pinkham's Vegetable ilition [
? : ( of thudg&tto-A. A. Robinson until the corn is laid S V5Brush your teeth at least twke a though medical gentlen en, for very evident anul !
TaUahaeeee. Mr. Cannon up. day, night'an.d morning. reasons, will not publicly acknowledge them Compound, as a cure for their troubles back |
.' '. BCPKElT SS corny..5 j have also says: All farmers who lest.perihance.some proprietary me-iicine like and diseases. She writes as follows: "A .5 .r nn' -' eo
"* 16. Don't rt-tre stre.cti t> th .tmic
planted corn know that worry. It interferes with Warner's ii-vfdtred Ut set -
safe
Chief Juttce-Geo. very early cure, now admitted to be the
G.MoTho'fteK ] crfonu it fn j.-tions. The -
Teilabu.'ce. of this *
young laJy city while bathing some yo>ptoni
: Associate Jnitices-Vieo. P. Haiiey, Ilabaee; after the plants sprout and have grown the healthful action of the"stomach. only scientific specific, will get the benefit. '| ; ;. c.iriJ with tn the Uabilitfo .
It H. Van \>!k nborjh,JackeenTlMe.. two or three inches there usually 17. You have Fie on such bigotry! It Las teen authoritatively years ago was thrown violently against the S Guideto -itri."J Ltie1i. Itha m dida

S Pcioic LAXD&-.TJ. t cold spell and the comes a mtyst Interesting occupatiOn tinted time and again that there can life line and the injuries received resulted in <-tnm.a*.i-. -. .iaobi..r*rif f H Phat we iyl
S. Landn. plants stop"growing in old
I- S S vigorous age. Continue to be no real found health if there is
fal-e
Land oce. Gane! TilW and often any an ovarian tumor which grew ana enlarged Itt'rqunr> MUU. KADWAT* Fa.
SI C. Tucker, Reglcter.arlTE assume a yellow, sickly appear- I keep the brain active. Rest'means rust. action of the kidneys. Insurance companies until death( : Warren treet.. ew lork,6f
seemed certain. Her
LAKD8. ance. Is this due, as is generally sup Herald of lfeaM.Germany's refuse millions of risks on this ground alone physician FRAZER : : '."

Land office, Taflhwee-C. L. Mltctell, CommUtlouer. I. posed, to the cold weather altogether, or hence it is that there is juch universal popularity finally advised her to try Mrs. Pinkham's : TO 4iT i-tlJViiYS. -

to the fact that nitrification ceases? If given to the great preparation nameda Compound. She did so and in a short time BEST iy THE WOULD li H N Y N t-i. _

t COCNTY O'-TICKCSL inquiring farmers would sow a little Fighting -Strength. merit.popularity that is bated up.n intrinsic the tumor was dissolved and she is now in ITUet the ixnuiai.. tmla .?

S nitrate of soda upon a small portion of Military service,is compulsory upon all Too much dependence uron professional perfect health. I also know of many cases -Officer* DOUCLAS

(((Icrk rnnty of.Iiulc Circuit-.foart'. U. Uicta.-II. KT ork. the field when planting, thus supplying 1 Germans. The term of liability begin advice, especially in matters over which where the medicine has been of great value ELISIOS cur.-J:

hhcriff-H. W. EprertSn. nitrogen in an immediately available at the age of twenty, and lasts-for twelve often medical lesults men a Inut they have no power, too in preventing miscarriage and alleviating P no f.'<>. Write for, rirrulars l ,'

Tax An < > -\%. r.JU'alnrlstt. form, it might the \ery disastrously, but of what the ,,,, -
that and A. "
Tat Coecor!! -1J. Jlsre54.- appear the "stand years, at expiration of which the sol tie to the victim is experience gained by fa- pains dangers of child-birth. Fhiladelphia W. te'nrmk n.Wn a

Hilirrnten-ieit! of ."chooNr-K.. IvCng still was due rather to a deficiency of her passes into the Landturm, and re-. tal i-aster.: ladies appreciate the worth of this *' I UrUOVKD IMMIT i

toe.t.jna's .# :'
l
Klimrr. M. R. IJe.,--y, Jo'an'S. ATfcJftw ami sparkling t'mperar.ci* lt',eroKP, > f. t-.t* Q
M. weather. unprejudiced lie
V.smtb. -yew York Yurld. circumstances up to the age of forty-two. Had pul opinion such matters Sent by mail in Pill and Lozenge form on iinriflrs the blfo-l Its purity ant tlien> t>/ -
He sPends onlv Logan ben so guided, he might have t ouhIwFt it to a I. S his
first three years with been spare 1 many vears. receipt of price, ?L Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, ;

I, I S CITY. OFJCE Farm and Garden Notes. the colors Tha next four he spends Mass. Also in liquid form, all at DruggistsCOCKLE'S Ia Sa dnr. Sample c,
A Lion-Tamer's S5 Lilies not under the hoe
.d Vaj-or-T. A* KnVhL Leave of in the reserve; and for .yet anotlfer five Jt'crvcl UK .W-TER'iSiFETYKEn d-e' '
M ''lul-P li. \\ a'L plenty potato to your 'potato- years he"belongs to the indwehr. Thii Crockett made the greatest name for c
S ViOrk-IL. L. Spa-kmin. eye if you want strong plants.A himself .llorphinr
I of lion tamer not in .
Treit-ueer-I. system provides the empire with, any kefrto '* BESTTAt4R"A
11. Join P: ( a peace : -
('t'Hr-AJtwiey. T.vni*. good kitchen .parJen saves maqy effective of about 445000; men nail ofli- England alone, but in France, C.'er- ANTI-BILIOUS FARMSand Da.Mtcs> -
S Aldermen-Jorfn C. dollars in the of and .. SEWED. '
Kichird. J. Jl. Trnby. Tatf way food and doctor's cers. The army is many America. 'I remember 5-
Powell,4. M. John. D. L.A'varcTELL /. bills. organized: into army .' -.: ini'* Sun"; ,'lTerti''p by otter -
-
--S rorp.T, of uhich there are normally seven will, says-Archibald Forties, ''the.time PILLS K..U A>fll.l Wi-i- 1%'. I.. onas'! S*She*, tf-'

SS -- S To properly keep straw and hay .in teen. There is, in-andhjon'the Corps oJ when the six lions "were loose at one time THE GREAT ENGLISH WRM1iDY, PATENTS-Obtained. vonq'nlzrnP\ ut'leis.S name and pike


it in Oath, proclaim U in Askelon stacks, the stacks must be M constructed the Guard having its headquarters in in Astlcy's. The. Sanders: had sent the For Llrer Bile, Indigestion! etc. Free from Mer MASI,Patent Lawyer.Wisblngtori.Inventor.' I !Hlifil.'urockton.S Mass. '

_ .5 hont it as to shed water. Berlin ; and there are also twenty battalions beats up from Edmonton the night be curl; contains( only Pure Vegetable Ingr-'dlent tobolrjiprsilleir-t Send stamp i

ii. ,- from the honsetopg- [I. Oats and'corn mixed* in equal weight of Rifles and several independent fore. Nobody' to this tl.iy Knows how I Agent: C. CUITTENTOX, New York. I,,PI'IM liUMANt.Ilibit Ciirnl.KbMEJ.V lU. 51 8 'if'>r_ 'clrcu'ars.T trr-v' \vhiitnnUar5 CU!.. I.. UST

S Chifogo.lias had an honest man. flat, make a good ration for f cavalry divisions, which, in time of war they got out of their dens; but it was -
fattening ,
S iilaaJ! he is dc&cL He was lonesome, daily in young sheep. cspc-* t would be attached: to the various "ar thought at the lime that some one of the ; : LIVER

? :, became depressed, and in a. fit of desieratfon Whenever the wheat fiekl and mies,"' eah consisting two or .more grooms-with whom the manager wii-* BLOOD AND LUNG ISASS 54
pastures
very unpopular he used to fine them ,
committed are thrown corps. Every army corps is divided into so
sufcide.? The up by the frost It is best to
_ poor roller two dhi-ion*, each of two infantry: mercilessly-Lad Jet tl.em loose mililiouly. j Mrs. MART A. CCI.CRE.
run a the Columbia Kans.
S S ? fellows name as J. II. JleKnight, and ( over crop. ,i.brigades each Of two regiments"each of that they might pet at the hordes. LIVER I DISUSE 1 writes: -IAddressed you in November, 14,, n.u. Mrs. PARMCT.* PsryDAGE. of Kl Lnck Street,

among his effects was found this 'j It has been suggested that farm-horses -.three battalion" and There they win1, anxhow. loose in tl.r* I in regard to my health being: afflicted with :btflERAL----- I Lvkport, .A", y. writes: 1 was troubled with a
; to
curj- : divisionnrcattiehic'la i i chrils. nervous ac-1 f..neral
be sold every A liver disease,heart trouble,and female weak debility, with frequent
by in
weight addition
qns letter: to otherqualities wgiment of cavalry, four place, smelling the lLore. and mad to j-vt I ness. 1 was advised to use Dr. Piercc'8 liPRIIITY UL.Pll.lll. i sore throat, anil my mouth was tdly cankered.
J I
"To t*o Co'Xiuor: so as to inducc-fartncrs to raise mounted batteries of artillery, one or two u at them. They had already Killed a man. HEART TROUBLE I Golden Medical Discovery. Favorite Pre 31 y hv -r was I Inactive\ and 1 guttered much from
dyspepMa.
m larger and better horses. awl had eaten him scription and Pellets. I used one bottle ant pitas"I to say thtt your'Golden --
when *
Every man is born to cut a figure j I companies of engineers, n pentoon.train, Crockett ar- of the Prescription," five of the 'Discovery. Medical Discovery and *Pi-lit ts' bate cured n.e of all these a
S There is no one.thing in farm improvement aiymumtionajid provision coluinns- rivid. "Without halting an instant he .' and four of the Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' My health began ailments and J cannot say enough in their praise. J must also

., S and 11metut mine. I'hnve bulldozed eliciting more attention than drain The ordinary sti'engtli of : dashed in among them inirlc-haild. to Improve under the use of your medicine, and my strength say has a word in reference to your 'Kivonte 1'riscriptiou." as it
an army corps is: came back. My difficulties have proven itself a nx-st estlent medicine
everything that has got- iu my way. 1 age, and there is perhaps no one operation infantry 2,5.450: men, with 1,172 hor es;: with only a switch in his hand, and Fin all day or walk four or live miles a all day disappeared.,and stand it 1 well can;work and when-hard It has been used la my family with eacelltnt for rtaults.weak" females.

have bcen'ft big bug ou this earth whi'eI of superior consequence. cavalry 1.504) menwJth 1,7CO horses* artilleYyj "blest if he didn't manage: to den them all I began using the medicine I could scarcely walk across the room, Dyspepsia.-JAMBS L. COLBY. Esq..of Yucatan.TTc-urfon Co,
most of thetime. and I did
S -1 Earo been here. I am going to trji During rainy days, at this-sonson, valuable 1..500(; men, with.l,200 horses and I single-handed. That was nerve for you." I have a little baby girl eight not months think old.I could Although ever feel she well is a again.little Minn.heartily, wmes and grow: "I 'oor was at troubliiJ the saive with t irju'in.
- the spirit world. /1 have work can be done at the fana in 48 guns; cn ,rinf?p* (tif four companies;, delicate in size and appearance, she ia healthy. I give your reme sour stomach, and many othdisttjrreeable experienced heartburn
"always"been : A ( neer Town. dies all the credit for curing me.as I took no other symptoms common
Cleaning out stables cow lots 800( men, w itli 70 hordes' train etc. treatment after r> that d-sonler. 1 commenced 5L
and
hog ; takinir
their your
t say beginning use. J am
and' honest very grateful for
Kijuaro mn, and expect tc S pens, and hauling fresh.litter. t)00men.-\\ith IWO hore; total, 29!9C "The queerest town I know of in this thank God and thank you that I am as well aa your I am kindness after years, and INVIGORATES j.Golli-n nu now Mi!ial Discovery' and 'Pellets/and
f -
be so in the world tp come. There is j Select .corn and other seeds, put them 'men, with 4,803 horces and 4S guns. The part of the country.*' said a commercial Of suffering." Mrs.I.V.WEBBER Am, in lact entrIy, hcahhicr r o from than the I have dyspepsia been, and for

S ." .noUttng that.makes- 'one man sreateiHh one side, and.be careful to have a double. totaj war tren
; another in | .1.7ItfU; men, with 10,617 horses 00 some reason or other the railioad LIVER of TOur Golden Medical Discovery* and Pleasant pounds rend have done as
I S in bufhonestj, jd if I find supply) case of accidents and to help gun, people Purgative Pellets.' much work the past summer aa J have ever -
some less -i and 1,3:11: :l carriage The seventeen "inobilifd and the piincipnl owner of the town site For five years previous to done in the same length of time iii ray life. 1 took
Anybody in tho otber! world That ain't provident neighbors II ISEASE. taking them I was a great suUcrcr; I had a medicine that Beetled to ton- thu never a
would bail a falling! out and the rnihoad decided severe In ip muscles an l invigorate
therefore
in- pain side the
"I| In northern climates army ,corps S S my right continually: was whole system fVjual to "
_ "lioncslf expect to ..cuss'liim but gardens and or-. unable to do yi-ur Daeovcry' and 'Pellets.'" -
S and elude 632,123men, with lO,439 horses tcr start a new town. 'Ihrough thrtompany's my own work. I am happy to say
S clianls should be screened from the coW I am now well and strong, thanks to your medicines." pyspcpsIa.-TnEBKSA A. CA**, of SprinoWd
"
pass on. There is a great 1,032 guns, and 20,027 carriages. The influence a brick blot-k, 1 was troubled J/o, writes:
spirit that winds various was put a rfie jar w' Imr
by good The complanir.
hedges. Chronic dyspepsia and
.
protection Diarrhea
!! rules the universe unattached would tile mile or more from the old Cured.-D. LAZARRE Esq., t7S and !77 sleeplessness, but jl>ur 'Goldt lxt.i-al
and troops bring away town Discovery
thatspiiit is thus afforded is much better than high Decatur Street, A'cw Orleans, La., writes: "i used three bottles of Filver cured me."j
1
S Loncsly. rOiorgeWashinRton ; walls.Even. effective men and officers up to82y.'bO(' but nearer the station and side tracKs. the 'Golden Medical Discovery," and it has cured me of chronic writes Chllll: !'Last and .-Kev. II. E. MHSI.ET.Montnwrenei, S. C.
was agrd'at. j with That block diarrhea. My bowels are now regular." Aupist I thought I would die with cbills
260,078 horses contains nine and fever.
2,846 arid ?tore-r/ -
32- >oms on I took Disco '
pins your .
,
mtin. Wfij? Uecause & wa II j I.v I. two or three feeds of cooked tur-1 010 carriages. These figures represent the first floor, and a large numler of ory and it Mopped t hem in very short tune."

:4 S hone&t..Abraham Lincoln was p, great I i-jiips to omit potatoes such food each fteek'is better than- the total ol the first line of the active army offices overhead. In it is almost every "THE BLOOD IS THE "

1 man. Why? BccaustfYe was BH bon altogether. Itis'variety irf war time. The reserve field troops; kind of business usually en nied on in a LiFE

# I that promotes health and kc/ps'thc stock:: 'J would number in addition 430,760 country town. In fact that brick block Thoroughly cleanie the blood, which is the fountain of health, b>
est men
man Honesty using Dr.
icT/tll in this world in conditign. digestion, a faif skin, buoyant spirits and bodily health Tierce's Golden Medicjl
S with 95.350 liorM-s is a whole town in itself.-lint it Golden and vigor will be tstablistrid Discovery', and good -
and ajl in the 1,002 guns, and 13-, looks odd Medical Discovery cures all humors, from the
trorjd"to-comt. BcJb InI I'I Liquid alcoholic pla'stic, grafting, is i i Gftj( : carriages.making witli'the; first line to sec farmers' wagons liitcTiwl in a circle Especially has It proven Iti efficacy in curing common alt-theum pjmple or ] blotch (jr cr.iption, to tia- worst Scrofula. or bloodpoison. -
.
-. S pcrsoll is the smartest man in America made of one part by weight of.J>ceswax, ':'an active total of-1,265,470 men, with L about that building, and the entire business and Swellings, Enlarge4 Glands, and Eating Ulcers. Fev.r-sores, Hip-joint Disease, crofuious sores -

; \ -and but few.peole.kw it. He is top 'j two parts of tallow and four parts of: 365,32"8 horses, 3,848, guns, and 43,711 of a prosperous little place being iNDIfiESTION Rev.F.ASBCRY HowELtPastoof the ME.and can walk with the help of rrutcoes. He
; rosin, made at a low boat until i carried Church, of ., stys: was af Pain. and can eat does not suffer any
carriages. Behind this- under "d
S 6maf to believe that sometliog can be borough- mass of men stands; on one roof. There is only flicted with catarrh and indigestion. Boils and about three gu-vp as wrll as any one. It has only been -
months
niaJe pothing. He is too 8mar"to Jy incorporated. f ..the garrison army, composed of the depot t one other building in the new town."- BOILS, blotches began to arise on the surface of tbe* cannot find word wijmi sin.-tjjieromimnetdusing which your medicine

5 S believo *that { 1[ When the fibre of ramie Js prepared, it and-garrison troops and a portion of the C1icl9oJI"riltL B LOTCHES ekin.dullness.and"..J I experienced T>cgan the use a tired of Dr.feeling Pierce's and benefit he baa receiei through you.' jtude Zoc the -
.
Jhe Doing
thatis i is \ Land turni -
represeutecl / white -fine and Rilk"-likf, .producing; called out to"replace the Laud Golden Medical Discovery as directed

.. as being J ove would consign his ,fabrics of reat lustre. As yet however wehr in the Jield. This'according; to official A leading physician has made tie startling him for such complaints, and in one weeks by -
reielation that six thousand time T began to feel like A TERRIBLE \.i c"lrjf jc, Maiblttnd "
1 people mostly a new man, and am now Bound and says: )trs. ELIZA
.% creatures to everlasting fke. There.is no machinery has been invented ealcu-[ i' estimate, has a strength of 809,817'r children, die yearly in this country fiomthV The 'Pleasant Purgative Pellets' are the best remedy for bilious well.or A.x 1'OOLF. wife of Leonard Poole, of Jill- -

a great spirit that rules this j lated to do the business well and econom men, with 40,310 hordes, 576( guns, and I effects of coiuh mixtures containing moi p'ia: sick headache, or tightness about the chest and bad taste in the AFFLICTION or Li.'iimsZ.mzr a baJ 1w'.ter C.>.. 31 J., has teen cured -
that I have ,
universe mouth
ever used. My wife czr of i: -
could not walk ytfma by
ical Iv. 1,223 carriages. 'It thus be said that or opium. Hel Siar Coujfli Cure contains across the using Dr. Pierces
may floor when she began to take U<;iden JI*>UK&|
Golden
.
out wno is lie ana wnere cya jie come Should spring open early, and the !I' without calling out the whole of the! neither opiates nor loisoni! ; puiely vegetable. Now she can walk quite a little your ways, and do Medical some light work/"." Covering the iI)0'lJPViart in |lirr 1'ic.vcry rrcn tended The to disease the knees ap- .,
1 from? 'Let him *> Iowe- )
S come up and aii start do I i Landsturm Germany can command A HITZVII.LE-- W. T. attacke.j the hmtd from feet to knees, then -
give grass ,. not -be tempted to allow 2,075-, farmer digging a wet Mrs. IDA M. STRONG,of Aintrcorth, fnd elbows hand bot' so
account of himself. 563 men for the defence came upon an immense undt-rnroud HIPJOINTDISEASE. writes: Altec being treated lnpu ae'vere as to prostrate her,.
How did he get the stock to graze on it until it is well of the Father cavity "Mylittle boy had been troubled with hfp-joint J veral j'hysicians for a
hence year sho
a strong breeze blows constintly. ith disease for commenced th use'of the or two
1 1witha twoears. When
land. London he racoicino
Liapositron3 .. He xjnder growth. Jfetcn. a noise like the liuninil commenced the began to a-o-e. he
'* seemsto be a bi41 Trampling on young ig of telegraph wres. use of your 'Golden Medical Discovery" the mend and u now weit and henrty. soon
and Mrs.
; grass docs more damage.than grazing it March, 1883, Rev. L. X. St. Onse. P. P. Indian 'Pellets. he was confined to his bed. and could Mr.aedfrmue T. A,4-it l -4 h'-r ljf anl I''lnne her days.Fool&" thinks -
: not be moved without o Cat
-1 : i : closjaly. Electrical Searches for Bullets. Missionary, (Jlen Falls, X. Y., wrote: "A now, thank to your 'Discovery,' he it suffering able to be great up all pain.the But vouChes for the abore fa'ts.2u :Jarkct Dorchester Comanf ,Md., .

Cows need light not onl'fort'ieir single applicat of St. Jacobs Oil relieved mf"rheumatism. time .
CAM. Kmutnor own
"The Colonel'sDaughter When President Garfield ."
was slowjy October 29, IbSG, he writes
health and
: : ,"' in his brochure entitled"K. butter comfort'but because good "dying at Elbcron, and the attending surgeons again: "It cured me then."; -. CONSUMPTION WEAK LUNGS
S cannot be made.from the milk of SPITTLE
Campaigning with Crook," tells an -cows kept in dark"stables. were locating the fatal bullet in A MERCED ('al.) farmer has poisonel over OF BLOOD. -r
Air
light, clear from 20UXjack( rabblis.in the last four and GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVEBT cures Consumption
S Pots where after death years (which ia
r S amusing and'characteristic anecdote-of cleanliness and warmth ire four essentials i it away jet, in s-pite of the warfar.aeunsf them, they tins: and nutritive properties. For Weak Jungs, Spitting of Scrofula o'f-the Lungsiy) Its ,, b S
t Cot of a cow stable where ire was 'discovered, an electrical apparatus I are mcieas'nj in number and are becoming a and kindred affections-it Is a sovereign remedy. While it Blood, Hreth, nEE, -irful *'PnrIfyfag''. Invigo>;ra-
royal cows cure"the N
], now the kept for and promptly vc-le
commanding wai constructed by Professor Graham veritable p ague to the Merced and Fresno purifies the blood. severest Coughs Coughs, sthn -
.5- Fourth profit.If .- (arnie:S. -wifc rapidly builds UP thC system, and Increases it strengthens *
5 *>- CaValryk but then Lieutenant Bell for the purpose of finding the bit of diseases." the flesh and weight <>< those reduc

; S Colonel of the 'Thid. He" "A your garden-plotis selected rake it l and.-The failure was ridiculed, much to Bni-gnin ID Corner Lots .-Mrs. EDWARD below the usual standard of heal by

is says: qver as Loon as the weather will permit. the chagrin of Bell and.the doctors. The I I i ing j\\hatmostmen desiie, but to keep from fill On(., wntes: You will ever be praised NEWTOW.byrne of for JIarrotcsinith the Ciii DIscovry'h,8s curI iv da'Iier( of
story going the agravelna a
S rounds of the Jot remarka Ontbotliigh. very had
temetery halt
campS and burn..up every "vestige of grass and discovery has since been made that I days are.tittnfbereil, alwas ere jour ble cure in my case.-1 was so reduced that my friends had procured "i, "' '>l ulcerlocateej
Gar- all three
which does j keep a supplv of given me up, and I bad also been Ntt1s "r-DI, !. ? { h9u cccsawe
us all .good in weeds : ; Dr. 1'crew's given up by two doctors. -
even this so a&to JoUlen: *
destroy ot. only feds, field lay on a metallic mattress, which Medi-al Uisrover) >" by went to the best doctor in these parts. He told I then pcriectly. Mr. Downs cVntmuca- if which heated PConvnmptton.
\
me that
1. ,% dismal weather". Cot Itojall ordered, but insects. A cqveripjr'af fltowleaves' frustrated the electricity. Xowunder the" 3 you Uoh-appeHr* Vhen lo'-e the ro lust time symptoms'n puttmifouisif of consump-, was only a punishment in my case and would not undertake medic-mo to Consuniptiozi

; ; cue of? bis battalion commanders "to1 or stalks, burned J3>rcr wjpiundt will sanction of the New York Academy of \ }under toe truatnent of this Invaluable n edi r -i I liked treat aa me.that He was said the I might try Cod liver oil if I thank you for the rem.trkbie and fleart Iisen.,,, ...' 1 & ,
It J I only thing that could (tire
cine. < ires when '
thYEN
noiliiup else tI possi
F :. 'put that battalion in camp on the other ? ;; ; : Medicine, a machine has been constructed 1 i in i -..as it dots, ten time the v rte niU.-I'ohs-e--of the bit I I far bly have advanced.a&y curative power over consumption so tile For ttryeais I had ucred erecte from in that my case.

S side of the river and tested. The machine consisted of a ct.i U\erol. it is not only the cieaest! but fir I TO DiE. treatment, but I I tried the Cod liver oil as a last WASTE TO Bcf.i-e and he ten-I.
; facing east A the was so weak I could i-onsultjig
prominent wimmonwiseo fcauery coils nd lcas.u-test to take. It purifies and en- I I not keep it yt)1i I had
other familiar on a ske1er.n wasted
telegraphic my stomach.
S i r ches the blond, strenitnens the My husband, not feeling satisfied A : uul'I' nt sh-ep away to
.
and system
well-known babi of the ; devices, butprincipally of a thin !Mniche-. pimple,eruptions and other hun-.ors.cures be to give me up yet, though he had bought for mo SKELETON. timtwilied then to 4110 to be out nor of and

subordinate otL'cer was" a tendency.to "Miteel probe connected with the wires in a By (JrafrK-si15. _ _ tity of your*Golden saw advertised Medical for my co9laint. procured a Quan bopus conelilted of t-urin ,nu,, and yo told my rae misery.yo Jadeverything

.. S tplit hairs, discuss orders, and, in fine, stroy.all The ton srcWlfttt manner invented by Bell. The surface ,rented FLOCK of ti'.kej-s ia Fresno Cal, a:, and.and to the surprise of everybody, am to-day doing only my four own bottles work,, took almost five diacoursg months' treatment in mill.ue Tl'but, f1 it would two take time. I
out for grasshopper and am entirely free from that ; ciiild months I
of the bug exiermi- terrible cough which not poretve wa
the patient -over an imbedded '1 harrassed but the t.-i
only bullet
: me third rLvohfe
to make and
trouble whsre there was s :nators. night day. I have been afflicted with rheumatism month I began to sympto
common puJtjr 4 was cocaine'd so as to it of and for n number cannot now recite I'i'-k up in flesh mind
deprive of all years now feel bov,
BO much better that step by Strentb. I
of "Work, I believe, srcp, th
tCS ghost a chance of so doing AVork, Work!" tinuation of with a con"turnln health signs and
unpunished. feeling. Then the your'Golden Medical graIuafly reazities
An EngU8h6iirBaI gjves the manner of probe was thrust in. How there to Discovery will be restored To.day j but surely du-vclnd of
the
many women perfect health.
: S Presently the Colonel saw that arriving at.jthe *3ufct 9f *fat animal by As the end of the steel came within six !in varloS bjanches of industrjto are working say to roth-day that terrible disease I would consumption say to those do not who do are I falling a prey to and strong.1'was scales at one hundreti and Sixty, nd themselves am weij

1.-; S his instruct ions"were not being carried S .measurement. Maphfrthe square of the inches of the bullet, the surgeon with his inc whose of lives the thmi-and-i ai'e of patient housewives else first; but take the Golden Medical as Discovery"did. take every in the Our the principal rellanco in curinr Mr. Downs'
"Golden
an unceasing round of to'l early stages of the Methuu terrible
S : oar, and, not being in a mood for ink girth by the length! ana -nroductfr by .ear to a telephonic cap heard a humming Mho are martyr to fiose comp'aints to which- feting and> be restored disease to and health thereby at once.save a Any great deal of suf 1)iacovcry." disenthing

: .238. Taketh>T5gthfromthY-J sound; which grew louder as the metal the weaker sex is liab'e. The r tasks arc readerf still in doubt, need but write person who is J.szpn F
; direct action, he to his d doubly hard and irk me inclosing a stamped self- BLEEDING frFAnL.tcn, zaq.
put
spurs horse 'ome and their lives addressed ,
envelope for writ
top to .the tail-head-and.. '** 4" ; asapjuwached. The flesh was jabbed a shortened. yet hard necessity be reply"when the foregoing statement will : My wit hai frequent
compels tht-m fully substantiated tho'Golden bleeding
dashed through the stream and reined inediatelybehind the sLoiP. jitJiinies, and the trial was rcas"a to keep on. To such Dr. Pierce's "Favorite by me. FROM LUNSS. lungs bcfnrtEhi> (romrpence from

;. 4 alongside the 0 ______ .I Later Prescription" offers a sure means of relief. Ulcer Cnr >ii.-IAAO B. Dowws. had Medical Iiih-o) w She ming Your
victim success. Esq. of has
up with 'Didn'tr iS. a war veteran Spring eince '
: Curtis : "31 For all female weaknesses it Rockland Co., .V. Y. P. Valley, any l s use. For not
says 1wiw itted is a certain cure. ( 0. Box 28),, writes: The 'Golden she has some six
S. r I erder o to a search for a bullet that All Medi- been feeling months
; : you, sir, to put your battalion a disgrace and a nuisance. They fou! druggists. discontinued it." 6O well that abe )
entered his Golden
5 S. in camp along the 'rivey, facing east?' animals in them and poison the chest and remained some- TEN cent- is the price set on the head of the Medical Discovery is Sold by Druggists. Price $i.oo
e in him for found in Bottle
rods around. twenty crow the Mate of Maine. per or Six
years. Celtics
S 'Ye sire But this Something to abso_. TheI for $5 00
isn't WORLD'S
a river; it's S deodorize the eedle hummed its way to the lead's I DISPENSARY MEDICAL
,dropping, when th'< Young and middle-aged men suffering from .
t i" creck. place and it SSOCIA.T4N, Proprietor
'Creef
only a
; sir ug was removed.
; Creek, lets are narrow, should lie used Dr. John nervous debility, premature old age, loss of ,
:; S -'sir! What do H, Girdner, whooperateAhe instrument memory, and kindred symptoms lioa'd send 663 aIn Street,
.
mean sir? cut straw sawdust
& you It's1I ItVFFALO
a dry earth and said that its use would K 10 cents in stamp for illustrated treaties susgreslini (. y.
?; : river-a rive from this lime jrth, by sprinkling of common land plast T field saved Gar- ; sure means of life in all Medical Association.
probability. yietc Buffalo.
--- York X. Y. -
order, sir. -Now do as I tcjl It is claimed that 400 poundi-_ Sine- S did
you. .
CROSS-of steel
S 5 5- A pens can now be Why
; produced
There was no fqrtfier delay." per annum is the average for Je for eight cents. They once cost $35. thWomeij.-1;
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but this
is
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a high estimate
consi< Bajlard Count
,, b n' No lady should live in perpetual fear, and .
-- -- the"neglect given 'them on, .some farms! ner county of K< suffer from the more serious troubles that so ?
e'were
S j is it hard for you to bearS The cows do not average."more than- 800 recently ho the often F'H; I appear i REMEDY when is certain Dr. Kilmer's to COMPLETE of this S _ _

cool treatment? "Well, Josephine, milking days in the year/and to j roducc wife of Pat! ____ t- and Cancer there. prevent and cnr country use over thirteen -vtitlioii. cakes. -of Pl-n'

depends. If 400.pounds of butter every year calls for boys to the hed by deeecliii I If afflicted Best. TSecvody for Catarrh I tb
a strawberry ice with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac Thomo- iciest u> Use and
:. t cream is ihojvol treat m-ant, I can a prqduct of aearly nine pounds of butterper vigorous ul le. 'f James. I I son's Eye-water. Druggists sell at25c. per bottle: Procter & Gamble's Lerrbx Soap ifl"-i8861 Cheap

4.t.&d it.with creat qusiiun ty." neck f
S 9 -O- Ss na. Glass, Wood. JbM Vials at Drugs & Gre Buy a cake of Lenox and will
7' 5 5 you on understand
5 4. why. Aln ;ood fOi 01dIn

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II- nfetar vertI8oneway / one lustr-Xveek.Hifier the usual demour.ti -, bomer'and", amongst a numlt-r;of good. : ?;: k
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health
must
April ; redS:; f.r';
streFla.. th ; Juind :
n-'rtTi"' i 1ng'l L The {sits.h f 'fer LInIag'ue : y : .. E
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t. pr1ntuigofflce.; I pertient itquies; ] '.
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;. : 1iccc.ow apd b/arjWwoil. .-Webb tp4ay.... ova LA: 4.1 vu lte.4p 9'0.Jlis_ pocket| :and. (SluticaTljvanswer. No. "pisettses pf anycharaotercanuot ,e.; .. '. S--;_. ._....a.,.;.(<, ,o;,, .. .' Xt.. ,.. V _

its ?- r =" / -. x -- laid i it on"our-Cesk4 T-hanks; Mr; B. E._ V. I ; exist noir high". pine bst-. <". ';- ;..__'.r.. .r: .. .;... *.i r ,-
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pror.rj sh* .xrightathis :
Therea -
whose .0 Wl r
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Come often! *!- I land'vV .'. Our h-J V
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head if t 1 -
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_ interest.'. -s .,, }n-i: _JVi mad the *cquaintn of Dr.ZH. .' .r. .. onxeshc. '_ _
z ., ,has any i.riiofehUo. e'1Ei. G1tfrIl nJ'one know where :1 can', .' bad .By p \laell' U1nbero[ our ; ,
Bubsrib LOST.-"I don't .'Monson, of this county, \\hcf I
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Acc!
of
d people : E'i- :
.t t *'g :j jireto ; i dollar 'a yc*! VlL ; .: tell w hoo, I d5n'i ?e e. how'something ,ofJ thcii'fesiiled here .twentv-five years/r lIe citizens ? TT & ; T

boiue'ncwsflaper: e 'dofep )' value to me'and for'rh, -.retU'l"Jl- :of : mi sit.: months timity .qf-'aii txcnjr .".;,\drlar passed ? %
only-,
job' work iina let us figure great )to/Plorida ; _
(o) Bring in"yir came os
a&Jnwl to make a paper *". town.3 Eora- VcksonviUe /
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thankfiit : Viz.. : assured .him. through our: :
which shall bc.truly ive.a's -
.? : .to ) his-- physicians : _
it. : :
SiB ccninty. We vfa dp StromUn on ? .24thjits.OilZ.tn3ofl the. TWM e"I _
kt$ | ; good appetite." -7. .<*" /::'.* [The doctor) is still living. and evidently. Sunday .
:v> one who can few Th e is i lobe an entire new schedule on & G" lC\V audelhjaidr" !
ppi; any I other S. S. O. : It
-Fouicxi.'ll&th' and'strength gore tllli.' as MOTS
; same
much
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enjoys himself V ANRBtiyS''jffi _
the
GENT'S
we1 me 'to the. col iof this .ihAiIroadsoon, we leal n. of' aVpJCteg1ular be'eo physician about. IS.milesSi itliwea\iU'OoaIa( .. to _
blood an appeUteliketha nicu. lIe has a practicing River ANDSJJj.V

. -.-!- '. Write about you' M.r.. A'.E. MoHt is putting up a windmill diges'tion.! all .taking ttwtpopnar) ': for almqsf'fifty years. The (doctor .adds Blue Spring* andVfth1coos.hlCC. all we. bail;

P jaw Ttat yur neighbors !i 'at his blacksmith s'hl'p.: '' and peculiar medicine Hood's Sarsapafilla. his testimony f&:.tbe 'hedtlkfnlnss.oL.tle( Although it raid tfcatly di the y most __

- J/Aviflinterest everybody, t1 What 4i I want everybody to'try it this f '- la auswjjfto )queslion'whetler : the pleasure of seeing "one/of % __ : :
Edwards climate. .
of Lake Butler .
JIaj. was on HIm\ Springs .
: ;: iireiioing for the Bub-Tro novel scenes in Florida. The i i _. 1 'A "" .
not
One hundred -
t son. It is sbld by all druggists. virulent'diie'aseaanepidemics'did. : %__ -- --- I to : .
streets : water ;:
our Friday. \ of bcaulifal indigo IIJn l1uslc. ,
and ,maxjn4ucing that ; splendid Bow P ;llarg ;
plant
vivbit There I V't' J
: you doses one dollar. 1 over this countryhlN l\'s: : ? : '. 1 "

u aawrite you inity befin an of We were pk.asedieet1)r. .John Wills sweep are no acclimating- 'fevers ol'diseuscs; ; there so clear that fish jn giwt-'qua'ntities 'tuVzEL3UILl. I; 'TFa1ttrft&I'UfVLf, ,peceIa Sowsssi ..Md.jT '&Vcegtioing iL..t." PI

someone to sett tfyour seeS ilf.Te as in the.city on Friday, the Dr. is The largest and finest stock of Millinery epidemic'-diseaw-s/'as diphtheria seen at'\ depth.of 30 feet (1uitadstaUCe. I popuisimusleffs4l hlrtv1wO sbeflt usIc' at
; 1ruo .anditwincerlal. fioUiers know Father our.populnr Druggist.. ever*shown at Starke at Witkovski's. are po or.typhtflS'.fet&S.! Yellow fever Theresas a niteiyjiggctl. Little- .,..stcav-W--..-- :.,in' .- "F"-0- .. jr ,,I pktewndaUd ttDcI.r printed iuc WPOlDM1&Pf"sinE piDo aece w1la". L&A J..!,", VI

typhoid. '* '. _L_ 'i-.1! ??..r o ttt readiness W .convey us some *Ji muw* i. mint It' eoT11'fgoww! ..dII i.thn'SoI11
not 1 attrli'CUTe ,.
fl :1 :'that you: are a iln.ifferent.. Mr..J. O..Clar.k"of the Legislature is in medicine. is confined almost e? :iju8iveiy .w..*lnl-'u" : :and "returnfor 5cts.1 :: and SteeMrosWare. T verY 1I" bal "JIIrIi. JI } -, .

JJ c'%*' *' Get up clubs to the p'if, for eVe the city looking happy. lIeviH_ remain Sprlue al towns, acd Duly occasfo'nally_ .visits them. \ the )ithlaeoO.Chii'C' Tia" ,,4 o' vortteJlb: 1 PIe. ;to Wae.cl:te' rI !....
is
medicine ofo thatPpleasure.Thcsteamer JIOtbe1'
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TIi.neccsityOf ajspring but dt-prtved us < I.L *I The U'at OW Sqet.flo '
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fe iTreJlollars in ram : \1 : .
send .fix"COpleS.e in "
C6 been oncounty W1tCk'Ltsp.Syes1mkr's !
t : Las never a.csvse S J I' .feett. '!O8T'Y
reiy. over Sunday. _, Thefe : at-Uni flow V B uLIt 'c1ybaIkK7 .
/* ( -rjm; ? .. universally adniitted..And! ; .the superiorly : wi immediately I --VA.NDD.4L1.I Lc'ttErTb tDg'BeU; t.. It
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j TEL: !Dost : > b ehteve-.tlicre V }; ,
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fjl: yearor nd ther&is no reasonrtx ashora th'it cdok .Y .'IW& II. i !,
FFic
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: 'The CalhoUn Monument unveiledat bf Hood's Sarsaparilla.for- of the Spring nUll so near a AND' .
t?r : gc'p! one doll jm[ advance was ever will be' :ome. I pbrtions of tfl ovin-. enter.-Trh .P4liryR.; .. I "" Robtn;TIb1 oraen 6t Lea'4'r
ueetletttO 1'ad8l1
widely .
.
morend' Vasn2Ufld&Os '
with becomes more board.awns.not. t'w th ,
Charleston on Tuesday a great gang -
; 'a. ranAi tl.
purpose ) .RaBieet .r
rnwriably not sy4mpywith. .
'and
: money 1h1ll11.tJt.
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'j' '' orifMjbring jo ty are low UltO'tb WHblncoocht-c ) 'r- mung M 9 6uniP.W't. ,
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1 us chicken p,, eg ktocs, syrup, deal.of ceremony.Mr. known cVery year. .That power' to purify luxuriant vegetation,. and l where" tliw. w Blue\ Spring flow s aud is abuttfifty ; \ -1C'j'5f-r, :._.- (u.ntl1. t Wwe1 a"1JdDIrI oU i-',1ft- .t
\WolTxl"
blood and those elements of'strengthand one and a half miles distant .j.: J .$: .! .
r yprodu tiat used bt John Wills has taken of the types-of diseasu w.iirbe : f.-..... 'lcck-ACr b. ,.
t Hr TJry ( adyattage craves and to the case the same wide and from ten to fort/Meet -'V. .r,' : -HallRut.hlWJrG OdJ ,l'.r- :" .-> J
co vditij be sure absence of his boss and laid side health which the system elsewhere characterize such re yards r :;....r.i-: -J.l tbUtchar4:3'e_ 'f ;:'. r.
: : th a new found as road was Jentin
; .average of the I.to; ,
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J l: brlntA 4ti1oU *' worth'frindsto walk I which it is so susceptible, at this season such' diseases,are .generally Un I deep The.terfcinus c.1....,.-"J..:_.c...'. ..-.,.,t'. ......,.......1i.4. .," '. t J..s Fd'ea DaJY 'illli.'Y'__.h ':.:/. -.".. ::. :".". "
1 ..balfs | in front of the drug store. .. ,_ Here > ,
.1ft. In -' -
l "" ... gions. bank whtca is almost per .. : ; .t1', : -Ot r'
.
: : ;i-i.s L a iry iliioljecuon
1 arc possessed by thIS peculiar u.cuu.m* -states and \ I jpoiTtlic river ___. : .r'.r 4/ -t-:.l' ; ., -lJ' V
'l other .LeQuealea\ :
than .
r' boils of a milder type :in. 40' feet ahciVL1iXjtZ ,e :"::'; "'sH 1fl1t11 I'rflvnnV Va :'&
' .( Col. H. M, Smith is agalu back rom Scrofula pimples, pendiculaj and from 30 to .. front-seate'
,0" ; < peculiar degree. I'I'a treatment I and >w wrought upon.
;J gifet edit r ,w. bee what Fernandina.. The Col.really .belongs to billiousness, dyspepsia, yield more readily 'lo proper : L It ; uW&tl-ahQd, an4 uabjanch lightily. I mid to hip : "W St fa the ----
i &tfetiSelements and
"" humor ,. IJt l on concentrating deepening, a
goes
} kib : iIfle is Never mind I \ or any \-",-- j"-UtIlci. rpCD-Y" : .' e what re T' .Herejhiettj '"-tmriv captIbf---.
Starke. lie owns 'nice here catarrh n tired his strain > of a live XJhurch. widening and gathering momentum until ; m" -
very grove sickheadache, in the oft&'tttgent I t West. I
eyes .
nb"c C .iq ou.r 'office : ahd : ._ wtd. ." .. II remark m ."1-. V, hej. w'-t. ...7--J.. 'V '.. :.' .. _r., t '- '
the first "
c unt : I- place. thRt.r :00 4"
: = ;ut lea.. -A.-, ..-, -. or I ggg-ge ._J... i I reason l 1.." "l 11o. .gl.U Lit: .". _**.' -._-_. .-. -'. t---y oV-. e :rL mfurhitd -. -".. ?-. _-.-' CJ' ..- J :., ;;.', :V I iIt: jn.tLIt u uatW'.y nmt bought .F. mil.de.. .'. .
.g.' -- .1 any want to I. ;;_ : ...1'J. :- L.1 .. ,
aridVe f"') eiptf f itf!! -- 'gJMuryitn u go. I ..;. .. ,': -_. '.._: _. ,.;moil. t1.tcJ6'e. .ou hc.la..101 j1.tIt..W..1"'l' V V.
ias- fiiade'toijrect ? '
.___. for this'fact. The luxuriant tad been : "
tlf or auections caused count arrtn.gmcnts .
1. ? or '. .
-y ', )
w ge: : ,:: '- !! .;'' .:, :, .. '.1 :.t 34J.-u 1..toHl.JisdwR" es ; TA"Jr..
: VT that. Let us begirt nlfaue.w only on a solid :- The popular blood ". -- .- ,.'L ,_ .... '.:-':_, .\ .
purifier Hood's h\IIi.J .
r- .
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tation which in also th\t! $15.000: 1 itt \ (orE
promoted by impure blood or low state springs up. summer. i in n largejiotei. over ."' ''- .':.' '', .. :.
I\H
f': basis. An old saying; "A bird in band Sarsaparilla: is having a tremendous sale the-system, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. other states pusses throughtlie putrefactive !had alrt-aily been obtained} for lots. sold .vsys'vjaw. il.. t* r ;.,---v.-.. &.* ''v't 't; c.iti.: :. r.t-wr"' ) a.mtebdyog- lI'lfd: '.ti.. t't"V ';J '",_

! It wortb_two in the bush ,""' is tery true. this season. Nearly everybody takes it. 4.--o. ,.- i-r. =. i. 4'i.. : fi.tLuuudare. 1C4SSS.' : 7';" ,
there. Tlu entire from Oca'a %
: Try the peculiar! medicine. feniieiilislion t and generates miasma countr. ; to t. ....,..SS -. -V .t "lH1 E\I t.O. 'k .,, -t' ..+
A dollar is a small sum to. each of Try it yourself.What _._ I J < : -2 .s -. : t ,. ,
you i is of ;
. while in Florida, except during.a "portion the Riwr a hi, h rolling. sectio'i pine \1., ;' .-a .. V ., .-0 ,. :.-- ;-rA. .. .-, ,'. -
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fI V but it is worth two in the future so don't The most complete stock of white goods seisorY. J a. -:1--' Va ...z.t _<- ... . .'>.' {.' .. ;'
you need is a medicine which it of the rainey this decaying vegetable land/with but few. settlements to be seen.Ve -, : ..6. I :00 '. V_ .A ._._ "'i. "' J

i .- anybody think* that we intend to threaten pure, efficient, reliable.] Su h is Hood's Lawns S'wiss, a'nd Embroideries at Wit matter dries up i before reaclungthe \ noticed! quite a number of' ora'iit!f '()tS"l. V.11- j Over 6 000,PO PtOPlEU_ .i .

;; or bull doze. We imply mean bu!iness. Sarsaparilla.. It possesses. peculiar curative kovski's. .' putrefactive state, and-.as a consequence 'groves and farms near. the road between ..' i. i ERR SiSEaDS '' !; 1 ,
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; Give us your good > ill and if you want a powers. Simmon Liver I'te ulator. the. amont ."malaria.generated is much Waldo and Ocala and especially the l ltrlc C. .tbe1stO aid nl''fIt "liP A "6 S :..teI118 : .' -4DlM.YI: .00. 't :

f ;'. jfoff in the paper just t bring up a big t.ur.t' less than in climates -iiT| >re favorably! to' gj-gve of Bishop fc.Harris1, but 'Iq.ifll I ?2"5r.r. f'< ., .,., .
:.We expect to distribute several hundred is 'That the name indicates a "Regulator"of Co ins r ten :3 of &\ k a la.SK .-"ifJ:',..
k nip, potato or a nice young chick decomposition. The constant sea breezes we saw nonivso thrifty in appearance: us !- ... ;- .- '

and.you will be the best man in the exjra papers each week for the next the most important organ, the Liver. tend to keep 'the atmosphere pure' North Waldo. i\ld Mr. Edittjr( (Ive t itl $ rsrca Funipt, and Wn4'.hf' frta Pipes;; jj ot.. .- o.-"f8IIICft". ''.,', V V
Is liver of o'rder Then is L\
out ?
:" county for the next four issues. few weeks. Advertisers who wish to your your and carry off all .-noiiou vapors.:. Pre- have i invaria'bly! noticed in lrAvi4in south "J .,
. profit by this must whole system der-ingcil, the breath offensive 1 ? t : $ !
-- get their locals in DnIVilm WELL3 A PLGIALr .
nicious fevers and thosj diseases peculiarto from "Suirke,aud also havc had oiirittentmn 1 j41MV;"r. i ,*
MR. Enrcon Since last issue in _
f' ; your early. -. you have headache fetl languid dispirited I '.... ...
I Peed to under certain semi tropical climates, are rare occurrences frequently attracted :IJytmirisl. That Tin II.. ,sf4r "
i IW circum- and nervous no appetite, sleep is nJ !unor ? nl : p anwho L "

, .st to accept if elected, the office usal3ffman. Messrs. Gardiner & Pratt have moved troubled and tinrefreshing? Simmon'sLiver : ; our malarial diseases" assume the around Starke llll..1ij.Lle: south, the orange ... J ; t....- IT. < )InVrs:10 'hi.tktr-l. ) .in t- i tVt,! -l.u. aM :-. V

thei office to the rooms. the form of mild intermit ten Is. tree.s. <;ertis to be more at ho .nc and tit I t. it j 'O'lit.d Kii tW Ks .or ju pin v? er h! .: .
over City -
I have made arrangements to Regulator restores the.uct on of the '. 011 ti o ec.c-1 in rr.ti'! ; I', hitr; I V '-I'I, I I I -

, i go north in the interest of this section and Drug Slore. they have a larger room and Liver. Sec that you get the genuine"pre THE 'OST OF MAKING A OKOVK f far' )h .htr' /ollft'lIiol' than fAnd.we farther'south.. 0'y a :-J Sciiiill B I t.r .Itit! !bar a u. I 3M .. V ;

much the of the : unliesitatdn! that I '' 'x.r aU..IWrr"1Iu.I""C :--
bettor light. depends iipmi price land nu'rsery } sty wo can
{ : upoirmy return will likely) be in Jacksonville pared b) J. II. Zeilin & Co. -.
and also show j iua frrwu 209 to 300 .. .. .... ".' I .
Mr. F. JJ. Jlawson ,_ trees. labor etc., upon the days trip 01'iln"'t' r.- :t 1 .. a -;
the .
; during proposed Sub Tropical brother-in-law] of u. ; h. -,) : "
individual views and experience of the i-quat fll :tnJ ia :!he State and .'lll:1 l .. ._ I1J..J 1f1VtV I. ,
gr.ivcs -4 4&Adu
Exposition. I think therefore. iu view Mr. W. E. Davis who has been in the For a stylish Parasol go to Vitkovski's.at b (
,. _. maker\ and whether beis is richest i in tim ':!ow loii'irj with fri.lf. A I '4W' Ll.PB1&" V
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J '. of such circumstances respectfully vith- city for several months lef for his home ) 1: j"- con'r terl f >?> 'H.TJ* '-srnt n' !. Detroit.Mien.'V .

I in "Samaiitlia Salalojia." patience or mon y. No estimate can he. arrivv-Hiome. :n.f 8 p."tn. t'te same u?. ca -t e.;. ;. t v II..TO r; .-?_.:_._V .
flraw my name from said canvas for Alderman Hornelsville N. Y. this week. .
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ti 5. 0 o r>l?. ih i V fl' !''it-:' -,.! t> tItt i .c- .'
I :: of Starke. Miss Marietta[ Holly. the distinguished more than approximate; ll.ll. making one.*, evtiiing m.rJ.thor..i.rJily: crivimvl than 0 n .- -. ji i. .*.' A! f. ii ?V't'! V'> : a. f:. .J'. M""t'u. .'- ;ba.. V

People are coining right along with the humorous author known as "Josiah Al- the ground fchouid b'j covered lathe ex- be-fore 'h.at-lu :';.i, tiH' Jivf ,f \ti! '; i-iuge: th a-;. ;. Cnn jort i s: n& .' cn v Vj : t -:_ '1 1".Ir''j.'iIj-a..VV 'I-co.rneai1.rtr ta.uPt. ,Thai icfrk.14 th' -to V _. Vc

1. : I am satisfied that with an array of businesslike dollar for the TELEGUAI,' This offer len's Wife has just finished her new lent of all probable,] eccesiary expendi for egetthjleeiitl.; Ui'iiu. j.t mud for !heat tlth I t t> cit f: t.-of o ax'Al, ,:C ..': r;.':.. i >5,i-f.i. 'l'-ci.V .t-p f.-.rk-"'"af.:vv1-y..') T.-iftttvllu'"blc-.; M .4 a .VI V

I j' menus Starke than now has, far more will be over on the 23d of June, so don't book "Samantha! at Saratoga," in the in tures. To attempt making a gr.vc r>n un un urpasscd. .. Jfl'04,llT(. !l ..* iS h'- '1j ,; "UU. !. I II I 1 i'I oi: ,1,':;I' .I.. r;.':' ':{!.:t. t',5-r1. .::..,.l2tTd.; lids rtap, .

t competent person myself can be se-.: miss the opportunity only one dollar for }8J\nJn: Ih.Q.J! .1".J.:." 't.l.-:9. '. T3
imitable mirth-provoking style of Samantha insufficient calculation, with insufficient / V G. I "0 1: ...- .' nAI'S' .-
! lected. V .._. __ : i I < .
if in advance. j 'jlE :: '', VV
a.year raid .
at the Centennial "ncs Bobbitt/ cultivation and fertilizersis simply a V V
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ey .
add '-0. FT1flrfiflA2c1t1s :; : : -. -- I r---.. .- I *-
j \: Il also gives me pleasure hereto I 1ancviuinpdious :, .q 1'e
. Mr. .1. Q. Adams has opened an ice etc., and has sold the MSS. for a good waste of time and money.To V Wanted I* DotibJponU-ic to neil I .: / :; T'rJ SHOE. '."-

!.' that after some conversation with our 'cream parlor aT the old stand of J. II. round sum to Hubbard Bros., of Philadelphia clear pine land, including! i removal JOE \VAinf8 p'iCfniNKtNITKIY ; :R 1 1J'A''i'J f--' fs-}<>"tit>. b.-T o<.-v.J KI ii.i En;vufrxkt"n. CVr-Ri*..(rex-. .ftt ..::1L ...: "VV ...
; e acd other of 01"I.ht.vl i '. .
representative n 'If
Major our men
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r.. \ .: iLI.": iarI.c.-.r..,. J'V
Barren. who the best humor- of c6sts $30 depending tV ; V
$50
are employing ,
lIe.kccls'constan'Uy oii hand stumps to p'r acre I \, .,.-ie.'O'. iC''r-t ., 'Iii
ruiot4 4.jf& '
I lie m't VAUV.IU.K Ilh' # -
J It isjcdrtaiuly now that there ; I .autcc.lillmugs. Vt
; apparent /If
ice c.reaifc. soda cider lemona-le and Otis al lists in the country to illustrate-it. upon stand of timber; to fence it dn' I t- ..\ ; ;., r-.4.WiW., rlutS.'IIi" V -4tf. y'j
fu' .
c-in; from the .
,. exists of in Starke a ) >tly iily V4 \ .. \. ; rt b"c.'j" t.al '.V ;oJ.I
t spirit II
now a enterprise V
full lipe of. confectiauery.Tho and propose bringing it out this spring nt '$10 to''JO per acre; ': uddeil trees, firee nnd by a :MASTKK HAND eiij.-j.irpfl it:1 "'[..abor II I,I j4 \' .\ t1"! ". I.\'UI .tWW",, ..' r 5.V.Z"l '.L V,
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r.: which far excels aay former time. a popular price by subscription. '.}lis9.l to'four.years old 50c.; to $1.50 each; labor 'of Love." Iih-lily >llliistritt-! I I MII W !:.., '...' f;:'.' ;ra3Ty.V-J.ll3:3&.Co. V : .V .".?..1. ,

Mr. T. A. I nice rain the past few days and Will '. fc .: ,: ) ; : .,',.. .'of' "o. 4t'
t Our mayor, Knight am Holly spent all lat season amid the whirlof $1.25 per day How much can be steel IVJrtr'liIw. .SKU. tin ?:' '.:: t '. ,..-."."\.,"11._I I,U Ut'\1I..___., ... .,:.... '.it .'
: is then this warm sunshine 'is making the I"',: .tI1.u..ant: a "T.\- IHn. J-rft: of( : e.--" J. .11.-" 'I\o. ,
to fully to the require- .UII : .
( proud say up : l t : .
. fashion at Saratoga, and, takes off its profitably spent in cultivation :aud fertilizers the nV.vrh3. r I'I'.KACHEI 'xn"Ui\T" t-.f : I I !' .. 00 .."" -., ,
-4 cheats of the moment and is capable of strawberries grow, and large quantities: :'* I I"F '. C, /i. .
i flirtations! follies. pus-dog low-nocked .is"an (open q'.ieifion. A very little the (.11:. Qtik-'C is i4' wrL.. 'll-rritory I I "' .
S'HO
: : doing.much_ for our people. We have of them are now going to the Northern dresses in a style that is overtlowing with will keep treesnlive, nad to fotne cxliul in OHIo\1'.'di-miMl.. : Kemt.for t riivulms N.< ..". ...c..-, .. .:

i yet to bear a murmur against him and we markets and they are bringing a good and 50- tents for tiuittfl to -H-UBBAKI) : -'....." . ':.t.". ..,, II oF.
richest and must create A deal be given ,
humor a great sen growing. great may : O.tr ce.n"'r': A.t. ">t.( i4 iaT5IT Clulltttr
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BROS.
all bail him as our most worthy and corn price. Pubs..PInhHielpbia. :1 4b1i t..a r t' !.,r .'', ,''_. : 0'Jf.44T1lnth.V.
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sation. without reaching the limit of profitable .L M ur I. 'a..'.' .! 'V' "" I...,"'l t.a y'J. -V

*$ .petent officer.--- S. F. GAHUIXEK. Next Monday will be sale day at Lake and) judicious expenditure. Simple theory THE RGHST.IrU( i RHjS GO!(Lf : tiio rrai''C.!.:,-.:a .;>l....,.;l... j&-., ,. .1.sll1 E':Wf't..."_., "V ..

-: ; The present session of the legislaturemet Butler also Cout day. if the Editor aul The largest stock of Seersucker coats will never"produce an orange tree or even V 1 iji; H"t'i" t\< r.''.),.'! :" .',.,.: .". .I'V V .

met at the Capitol City Tallahassee on "JLUifiAKi.'jJS.0111 ou that day,. you can. J.and vest, costume made: vorystjlish from an orange leaf; practical tests"and years THE' ;ttE I' _# I V I sf.lluv- '. V. V :"..' ......VV1. .."",J-,';.'.' ." ,

the second. day of this month andhajf1 "put it down that they----arc-otI--aL Butler.Mr. -- 1.rr.Th 111'' at H' lIh.oi"h.. of actual! cxperince in the culture of the :iSamanilTa.at'.SaratQga I ,'I :: 4I J r.BHLt fir rz;. ; ;: ;/. : ,

-been veryJmj' HJWiniceT"TeTliiere J.V.. lkv "J j I orange, are the potential factors that carry l>yJoith.Al V.
'-' Morgan entertained his '" .. -- _Vr,, .. 1 '
The Great Convention. ---'- -- -'U IIU .: .1.1.f' r V
c..;. hasiDeen no business inportance trans- friends at his brother's residence on Monday The I conviction to'".an"' Intelligent ({tftirar'wnen" ".' T.+ i".r.. f'I t.l.>1-SlI!.':1I16'l'll".of,,I.iJt i iIVtfl. br lakincr iu oeauty _c, *y> *!. .. .; ._ ,- V V
: of the "Racine V
Wisconsin
publishers '
, acted yet, there have lxen the several night last. The young folks report ad dad to complete financial: success. F.V .f'
T committees appointed to visit the various a good time and vote Johnie a tine fellw; Agriculturist, have just nsued a full I'fWDuc'rXD VALVi:: / Itiw-ncc.Afd: ires..''Ui<", j Jill; 'd l >' .. in The Importance & report, of the proceedings Of the Interstate ': i\imiI II" rm rtm--;.rov'.:i.l ia l'.TIe:: .lawertendeiUf VI
public institutions, of those oui representativeJohns and wish him many happy returns of the Dairy; and Fruit Growers' Associ-i- A. budded orange, Icmou or lime tree book i.itiW"c<; r.t.lrt.\'nn; : sly: ,v O? bo overestimated,for wltliijnt pai Llooil I 4V' without .pvtce,"V __ ,

is on the committee to'i it day. The TELEGKAPII. 1 should yield : PER. the \- :";.vii'il t aiii I I t'ff '((. ." AVi'l' you cannot enjoy eo'otl hcaHli.! I4.14 V 4 ': cttlattl3 ,. ..
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tioi recently held at Jackson, Miss.. including .- this season nearly evcrj one neeilj a ,. .
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the East Florida Seminary at Gainesville. I aehhiuiuneiidy.! At J .,,) V ., .
1. Mr. I 5 years after being Fet in grove 25 to 10) fruit. UUHITG good medicine t'vpurif j*,T rJirc, r.rd t_:t L'ti :.. .... ."; r. ...
Waaton S. Webb of directory I the speeches delivered the papers C .. .. :\ I' :'Ti: WAXTKIX .\ Mress V -.. ,tfI .,

I Thcre seetus to bo noletup on the fame will speak to the citizens of Starke read a.id portraits of prominent speaker .; h .. IOU TO to to 20 tU 11 1Tlli3..li!: ) l3le) ., I'u.p. i'i iJ..ccIJ hi..I.: :V the blood, and. we "ask.you to tryJi-) S '. .1)VTY-' BUS'' : V }" ,. .
&rsarriIa.JtctnI.iu ,
The friends of 151ox- Peiuia. nFs r%! ilfn : : 'r
contest. ;
Senatorial
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and surrounding country in the Hed Men's and delegates. The great value rf this!i report 8 2<).- to M, V : ;' uiict ar-d .bis it;. the .
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than .
closer brother.
ham stick to him a Hall Saturday at 3oclock, let every one will be appreciated by all who'Thrive 9 :i I to:1\) IsCtficrsTou'BT.. FontTii JII .u. t2IaciT "1'F..ocm..la creates an appetite,?nd tones J the Ciclloi, V JR'0$ ."'. ;" '-
There has been a great deal of time lost 10 5.O t.) liWO Silia: ifc eradicates dlscibc.: TIi : -
wCil.
turn out and give a grand reception tone .) the future of the south at heart and our ; 'r--ii \h"XTTn' \. ; V \ r '' 'J 1
and until the question is finally settled This estimate is within j the limit i of reasonable copiMnition, p crcTiioiar.i1 rtlj '
who has come to do us good. readers will be glad to known that thcycawgct C't-if-.c V -i\i\ 1.. Alvu-rit; AiJmiuNtnKir of ..v <
there can be no good come from this lrobaIJlIit-lhc, possibility is the KsUitc of M. F. IJrov.-ti, .U--ceast-d {vu l.J.ill' fte egetabl& rcii'iei. ,1 cL cv: toIioodsEarsafarlla :TONw4f1. : (
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W On next :Monday .J. W. assist- n copy free by sending10 aat, : icc. ,, ; ,.,. .tIzr -
session, all three men are good. Perryought Morgan, much greater. The maximum of yield: is V I'ir..2 . .
cent ta the "A riculturiet." V V.i cttvc N., s.d. ..
to be willing to serve out his term ant postmaster will go to Atlanta: to have postage Ra- probably not reached under! one bund red !,toss ('. Lewis, D. fc."t Icint.Whenas ro.cr. -. :.' "." "

Governor. While Pasco A-ell af-- his and Master Martincan cine. .Wisconsin. For fifty cents one may. the r-bive iut'ii.-! eirinliJniTit has. .W.'A?4 .. ..".;,.
as can eyes treated Urey J I years. After tlia tenth year ten or twentyper curs If yju hva r C.y u > :':mr'l! t' jj ,.
; y 1 ':'
filt\l hoi hill ii it t.c.a.i .Jero.-il
have two topics of. the conyention ami the :tg> < : 1 mi r.rt.l mar! '
fordto waithis turn and let Bloxham then be found at the Bazaar as Mr. per of tin year Iy income shimM be oath tbat the wfel lIeflh1iltVj, OVI-P twanty on, L-.y iIood'sfsaii; : tie botj t.l t.i s "'
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who has done uo much for the State have Fred Morgan will be to take "Agriculturist for the whole year; This is sufficient yeas. of age IlII.J nun resiJei.t of.th. .; iite of f* T-/* .icy oilier ftis'.cr-/ li-.iii '<. Tk. *! ':.
obliged to keep the} grove in good condi' olol'j.la to wn-:Tlt'lt from i.f"rajaticn ". .iSc :
rec'>-iv.d ,
the which General S. I) Moilicl a, nnJ ij 'ih3Irirrc.rotrirs.E .; ,
regarding: \f'f.rtly y< ur- V '
:: lila reward. charge of the pos( .ffice. Urey is a" very paper tion. A yield of' 500) ten ; he bolicvt-8 him tohe a rpfijeiit of Cha-leton! .dii. / I V
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? Lee.President, of the Agricnltural College oranges years Conntv Suite ot G"orjjllt; that his i i".ti} bJJice U; -- n;:.rZii: j r c.: TLy ;:: rr J "-?--. : : f2OInO. 4.V- V
j I .JOSEPH HOWARD, .h't., well kncwn for clever young map and will pleased. to after plaitiugat $10 per thousand: would; 1 I WflinriKhc Glt rgill. : V .Prctsji-od tyt;. 1. Koi>d VLi.-.rcTriJ2i3. ii
of Mjssissippi.introduced the follow It is thoreloT-B orafred l\wt\ Uif Jdfe-rt! !> 't '* 'v INDIESetaor .
'; the past twenty years us a brilliant and ac- see all his frienclsat.thelia.zaar., resolution the convention which represent ten per cent Oil a valuation of Moses C. Lewis do :.S\H't or V.rmarr to saJ! bill TOO I :IO', .! .
ing .' .lIM&emC r._
.ceptable writer is preparing a life of Henry j- $;o per tree, or 3,500 on an acre.of sev- on or before the eoJo.IJo"j. Juti'iat.. to WIt i; at&I DOt..llllrim.OBWVUHUa- J" V -: '-
Richard et Pace have moved into the before i > ; V
on or the. Gi.h ,4
; : WHTS unanimously"adopted: lay! of J,ini* .\. -p .I vr. "- --i--. ji. .'. .
HAIWuOBVtApCtfOB.
". Ward Bcecher for publication by Hub- new office which' is: well l lighted?, cool ent) trees. There are srovet in Orange Otherwise tile m ittJ-rs a stl t'.un-ft: "t f:>:.t:, ill 77. . (. ;." F
Whereas; The publishers of the Uacinc.Wisconsin' 11I1id hill will l takf'iiaAcoirfVsxNl.: \ It ; urlhr f.I. JI .., _pie DaM_ _.
/bard Bros. As Howard's lather was one and convenient. We think it will be a county which pay ten per cent. on a valuation [".\ that this ol l'r I he ollhi .1(1 .tTilejirapli r'w S.rlp'! ; H rHTo'iTtuaTrfMEoiciii J.-

.'. of the founders of Plymouth Church and good thing all uround.TheYe AgrIculturist has sent two representatives of |200 per. tree and single trees I one Q. w' ..k P iIwpp'r1Iub1s2r(1 It'r jour CJIIRt'thLj'C'i ili.1 w"l"k coaruy .: II" / '

its. editor and one of its stenographers that ten cent. on valuation o'f !, tosnltll'lI.udu\.'. puitr_ "
: :bis most intimate friend for more than 9 : pay; per a i ifiOO. .
ill
11 are Bradford
postoilices
I here to the II. Fy".m:. <:
\ .. fourty years, with a social intercouse at county which makes it handy for the : in the March issues report of said papcr.und proceedings $. Work! o tlio t'iiviiii. Court Brvi-If tfH Cjii. iry, f.I.! ',

.. /BDtime interrupted and as Howard him farmers in all I There are scores of express. milro'ad.pwsessioual i ftiPiIii4'tiidat 'I'
parts of the county and it Whereas-- The Racine, Wisconsin Agriculturist I I ;

:'self, by reason of his. public life was also shows that there has been a'decided is a large, well printed ably edited amid otlu-r classes of men, allOVer .TEN AEAsEijs WHL :

brought in frequent contact with Beech increase in the population of this county 16 devoted to the lHmo-l i the cpantry: who own orange groves V .' ;.
page paper '' )0' -
'er since his early boyhood, it is obvious within the last few years. We hope to and orange lauds in Florida, many .ofwhoni'will. I Every Floridian slioiild tbe t.rd u..__ .. = -
lion of all branches of agriculture and its .UMd I9.... I.._ .s- -
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: hear of nine mote the next three uo doubt, settle permaueotly .
that he ought to have and probably, ] hast iu is h1r III '. '
price only fifty cents a year therefore -
'>. .t material at his hand which inaccessible .to. years belt. among us after their hivc&lmerits make UsetheLILY BAKING?: ANThBILIObSMIIIIE: f. V 4V
the It would form ,
uuwealthy. xeailable .
": no other contemporaneous VrIter. ,Tiie We would be glad if the ministers of Resolved: That the thanks of the "convention 4 V
ttiiilarf dteiri.'lMbd.
Pb.WD.ER.- la al .
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"comer" in the .Express Gazette if V .
book Is said to be well under way. and Starke would send in their texts on are hereby tendered the Racine your .! -V '

will be ready for market early in Ma}'. "Thursday so we can publish them Sat Wisconsin Agriculturist for its enterprise patrons would who owns '.groves and ]lands.'L 1st. It is absolutely pure, and .11'0dial.'Sld..71"eCOC11..r.. ... .._117. .... "s. V ;' .,., )0-.1..7'_"". ..

,.. Mr.:Howard, b.the way.. was the author urday.. People*ought tx> know what in thus aiding and promoting the obj't'ctsof contribute a short -letter; ta'ch.-free from all admixture URELY9GETLE. e_. ..IJ. lPri .. ,"S.'
and are tbear about before going toCburc giving'fllcts. figures personal imprt sion.< 'of. Wi V V- &
of the compreheesivc interesting they it''i ,So1&Eih .. ;
this convention and is the sense of and points of general interest aluni.anil other adult ions It iCt wit&'extraordiiury.S pacy en fit* : .V ,. r'(
The Churehs to have concerning r .
lu the New York HerId are special Dfflce 44 ?"K W 4. :
:t -obituary published Ibis convention that southern Agriculture. Mimajr Torlb :
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.' attention from now on.Wew.ere their posscsaious in the land of flora, 2nd. It is'a T1" ; I IV .- Vs. V :
Beecher's death. one spoon powder : VV V '
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,the day afterd Mr. ---- --_. will be largely benefitted if the Racine KIpF *> .. $; -r- '.

3 ,Joseph. Howard's "Life orneeclier." shown by Capt. J. N. Jones, Wisconsin ''Agricul tu.r ist" shall secure as fruits fauna and CKEASE vegetables.WONDERFUL IS. .YAL.:\-o\\:jJj' .' but double lire amount will hot" ;A-.i V V D I:. :_ __. -:. -_V.-VIV'V.- V -

known a tooth of some animal. possibly a whale.. large a circulation in the southern states spoil or injure your bread V 4 V V VV
; Joseph Howard, the widely jour- Within the past six years most nillrven :;
r It 7 inches ]long and weigh H it has in those farther a'aIrf1
is nearly as north. 3d Its
t 'fc&list and the intimate friend of Henry ous advances have taken place in the in.-:, : continued use will relieve ( :

,i': rard Beecher for the past' fifty years, is pounds is solid ivory. It was found by creased price .of.real estate in this county' dyspepsia. r m &
Mr. John Hall between Howe l and Crosby Go to Wilkovski's and ask to be shown V
:: life of the great preacher -in reality throughout Florida "
: 'itpgaged on a notably 4th. A teaspoonful- a-. glass
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Lakes. The Captain going to lay it those elegant Origental Lace-Flouncing .
3 end orator, which will no doubt be the in and about Orlando our county 'si e. water .
will
for the Sub-Tropical ExpositionWe and allover Embroideries.MALARIA.. of relieve heada lz .
I 'itandard intimate away : .
4 {ork, as Mr.' Howard's Lot that soldthere at the rate of $?5o
5th. Use (and will ',.."
;t.r '.* ltlitions with Mr. Beecher, and his justly weie happy to meet our old friend, '. per Acre six, and as lately as four, .vears .you require .

'"J ion popularity as a writer are assurance Rob Richard In Starke last Sunday. We doznn bottles of ago, have since been sold unimproved less pills and Physic. I *
Twenty-fivehundrod
';;'.-i'*of work of peculiar interest and value. guess some one else was particularly glad I Ague Conqueror ordered in oue month. at the amazing consideration of from 6th. It is just what its. rep' f :..,'' ;

-" Fe'learnthat' the woik is to be brought to see Rob also. Well we are glad thereis It;positively eradicates all Malaria, Fever ninety to one hundred and thirty thousand resented.to be. '...' .. *and,by belngkefnipanyan __ f

.out by Hubhard Bro, at an early day. some attraction here sufficient to bring and Ague, Billions and Intermittentfever dollars per acre. A ten acr s five 7th. A teaspoonful mixed with ,myLd9uaJ tl J < ; % ; ", V k ; k2"o

S ,, i nd 'will no doubt, bo sold by subscrip him all the way from Callahan to spend in any climate. Read oar book of years old budded grove on & )Beautiful a glass of sweetened water .; .L1p.* Ir._V. On V gf Vf:

..c-.tion, Sunday That is right come and see her : one thousand testimonials. clear water lake in the suburban portion 4

, '. .;" ". 1.'- ,. .--------- often and the rest of us, too. I DUE WKST, S. C.. March 12, IS83. of Orlando] was 'otitred for $300) per acre makes a delicious drink., : ILATOPJr"u"

,.;'i* eMr. G.V.. McKinney has :received the office G. G. Green, Dear Sir: -We will soon., four year agl I used all the persuasion -' 8th. Its free use wilt ; be : with s.d "Z"" (
We have for sale at this a large p( r ptrt4.. cnJy *; .
Ppointment county commissioner. need more Ague Congueror. It is taking -j cf which I V
as was master to induce an biliousness. CO.So! PropriPOWZLL ,,
I 'lfo good legis- quantity of clean newspapers twenty- like "hot cakes" and giving satis I I ild Pa. '' .i.O9. '
: now expect to have some old! friend living in Ackley. Iowa who
J five cents per hundred. We will be gladto Yours I : 9th. It will aid digestion"and* .. V mrvui*!
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l&6n that we faction. -
.t ) for the county not saying desired me t.) to look up a .dtsira>le investment I II :- :
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.h\\- 'f tare not had that before. But now we uprly.any'persons wanting them.- ; ELLIS BROS. I I for him to purchase it. with'1 strengthen: the system. V N. D.,< S? A s

._ BJilat have a county coinuiissionti who the above rates. j I out avail. Within two years afterwards :Jath.: You shouldpatronize 3V#'<--i

", allow to be publisbKtPeopIe We are now in such a position that wean FAIRFIELD, Mo., AuC' 2, 1>S2. the land sold I .Ho1il/iTid .sl" : : ,. V
.r : :11 tlcir proceedings Dear Sir Your Ague same was in one quarter.acre. i f: : .4'' I-i. Itj' P1.1.V
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\ :' wan't toknow', what is going on get out very neat job work.at very Conqueror knocks the Chills! and Dumb lots at the handsome price of $ .400 ptyr.'i It :is 4'. 1i '. : cg sa1 ... miit sia'.ts I DILVS,4CO. ".F$YIf'V

.;. '? $tolhe" county.. low tignr s. Would be pleased to'.recciye. Ague every time. I warrant every I-ot- acre, or $60,100 in excess of the price]I at .the JJ' e: he V .4Qti A 2iSIsc '' : Izts ca *' rC8Q,rlw-CQf; f4,3 v 'd i wt -J

and fill order tor all'.kinds of l ltter1jids:I I I jinked for it two : *
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tIe and it never fail?. I hvo cured cases years : ca; ; : !: ly k. L.Di. 3S
LOST. and will promise full satisfaction. ; J J.atfMI 'Al:. SOR.. k4ah4 ,, -
etc., __ : .where quinine bad no etTx-t; whatever. TRKBOH.The : .. 5yr.
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gold watch charm reproeenting I above is from the ;' VlllE' et \ VV,1' }i' VI V
Fora nobby fit raW' !Hat'. orGootsvprsrotoWilkovsklV. : Yours resp'y, copied .State AmUE'f

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