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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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;> -iRk..':':'! ---- I STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. 1890.. NO. f.). ,
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T FLOHIDA) STATE J. A.:) ,
I SEWS. ur"ttheartl'sian
well
tractor
of
( an assault with an intent to We
is lucrevitj his mtr.dci I are informed that the school in the short time since which
machinery Is by he cut his
,
ftc. and sentenced to two imprisonment home district will be FARMERS' ALLIAXf FLORIDA.
j moved to XOTES
and will Orange foot
begin to sink the 'ear with
well an axe and has
'., i a i a day to usecrutches
;;; ULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN : or two. The in the state prisonman.. the village, and hereafter known as the in
county con ssioners petting around.
{ ; : CONDENSED FORM. I selected the southeast of the I aged to effect his escape from thecountyjail I / Orange Home school. The old buildingwill Bristol-Saw Milk=-A stock company
... ...... court house yard as the l'Or' it. I last weeK. The iron cell te repaired and made one of the Our cattle men have delivered two NEWS OF THE ORGANIZATION AND is reprte as organized to erect a saw
,-4' I J. II. place in to containal | most comfortable school houses in the hundred head of cattle on the Miak- r
l.'Hnmonf showed us i i ear of UleJai being'too smal ITS MEMBERS.
t: Items\ 01 l-itllo (Ir No Interest, Hut Hap I corn whih i is twelve feet in ngth in I e\ral of them, I county. The school for the next ten ka, and W. II. Whitaka has taken I Fernandina-Creosote Works.-It is

.; neiiiucUI tho !Smnc' ," I'roin Differ-1 !old and i is a fair sam of his among whom was Frazier, were conI -" | will be in charge of Miss Tallulah At- them to drive to Peace creek; from -- --- state that additional buildings are being

Iai.lZ'f : crop. It has a : cob, the tills are |I fined in jail, on the outside of the! {. kins, who is well known as a lady of there Major Wilson will have charge I What U Urine Iioe liy the \"rlol" *.ctioiis ereted at the Fernandina Creosote

\ t-iit th" Stale, 1'.ur..cI L'y very long and slual evidently,] a very I cel, and guards placed around them I musical superior education and and talent, both in a them to deliver at Fort Myers.Go for the .\ ., !' .III"orll. prolific variety. the To j literary way, and whose and see the process.
tdltur: ( oUside. render the pris 'I Kclsy plum tree at i I
I IE'lI'ilIlIt'C methods of
"pre-eminently (
: 1'lId/. I The stockholders of the Fan -s'Ware- oners more secure they were chained : successful. teaching are Mrs. Johnson's: near the drug store. I I .rert OrIII.I&loUI tegisIgti.n..4)te4. '' Freeport-Turpentine Ditlery.-A

,: house Association held a mejng here i to the cell. Frazier managed to I I I II I This is n bud on the common wild Ktf.Minnesota: I' turntnE distillery is reIred a b
Arrangements are being made so that I last Saturday all appointed Jbuilding I break his chain, jumped from the Titutcille Star. 1 plum, set in three years ago. Seven erete.

alter this wrek artesian our citizens will use.ice committee of S. J. Perry, H. {Rye and second story window and made his Mr. S. II. Ray has leased the lot, plums are nov on the tree, which has 30,000 alliancemen and Genoa-Lumber Mill.-C. W. McMul-
made from water.Th J. H. Rowe and empovere4hieni to where the former Indian River bank .still they come lin and C. W.
I escape from the guards without be- measure seven ana one half inches in Smith will add a new boiler -
;, <* Adveitier says! Mr. la\\' givesit build. the warehouse as soon aractical.e I ing discovered.LccnJi building stood, for ten years from circumference.BAYONETS. One hundred papers support the Alliance and engine and a pony saw mill to their
out :11'tJUlHl town in Apopka that they understand it i is 'their iijntion to : I I Mrs. M. E. Titus and commence in Kansas. lumber mill.
are going light ahead with the Palatkajusd make the building 100 feet sfire, and I !CIJllln'il.Al building wi store BACK.I I
I to in of the vacant being 'shortvhe nEW I5EATEX One hundred Madisn-Aresian Well.-The city
LAke Shore. put the northwest corn, to cottages are ; he will alliances:ha'.e teen < rgani.ed .
rom I his'stock
move ha contract to J. A. Durst of
,
be lilted for bank. It i nt taken up. There is a real' in Indian Territory. .
Wcleainthat K. O. Morgan Tom up a Ils pro 1 from his Crescent
need for { present stand near the city City, to sink artesian well.MannfieldPhosphateLajj.e .
I Johnson and It. B. Barker handed in posed by tome to make a t\v ory front for lore cottages being built I! wharf. QUAY ROUTES THE FORCE BILL MENIN Thereill be 140 delegates to the State
with five families Citrus -
or> six rooms their' to be let that will to Lees-
their resignations Alliance
as members of
cOle
the
: board of. county commissioners last for olliecs. The building v coot between I burg on account oi the college. The steani-launch Denny arrived CAUCUS. meeting in August. County Hard Rock Phosphate Co.,

'.; Monday, to take effect after the September :0,000) and 1,000) and 1 1 h,(first 'i There are freaks of all kinds, the I I! here Saturday afternoon with ,r The Alliance in the United States nurubers with lately mentione has been incorporated
I 'class in j' Mr. Miles and Mr. Bradford about three million a of
: meeting. Uncle Morgan withdrew every reslCd. | elements( not A gentleman -they strong. $10,0.
.spuontT Their j
when he heard ; / ; in lxceptel havingjust returned from their trip Open B&tt'rl.."I II Marion County-Phosphate
his resignation it was being Chl/f''inl'' i the the county j I The influence of the Alliance Ld.-L
used aqahiFt the party, while we Quite a vigorous fight \\i, nado by I i I says there(astcr has not, in several months to Jupiter to accept the work done by Him, ami lie replies in I't..,). Lively5t3Ic4jttay are being felt in every walk of teachings life. J.of Haisley, of Ocaa. has sold are
Mr. Johnson the churches to I 1 i the dredges. Only one little shoal phosphate Marion Citrus and
ICBm that intends moving )prevent a h< se being been rain enough in his immediate i
into another county. issued to sell liquor m Cowing ley; but i j neighborhood to wet the ground in | place was found and that was within alt ('an1ron llunl .t t Woodson county; Kan., Alliance hot Uernando counties to J. .A. Harris, of
the few "'ork In The co-or>erative a iation with Citra, for
to fact that the pion con- his a yards of a red-light beacon, Senate.V.snIcToN. organize IO $40,0.
Our "better half' was the recipient"j.ist |I grove, while all around him there $ 0.000"
tamed a majority of the leg: oters oC..j which Captain Houston, photon the ; Oca'aWaterVorks.The election
week of crate of I has been rain in the abundance. \ .
a from great !!>. The
: pears Mrs.C. Aug. exciting to
the precinct, their efforts Fruitless St. has also The coiisider the issuance of bonds
xve i discovered. Mr. State Business of the Al- pur-
Lure t
E. Dyke, of Tal1aha l'e '. Since the The Farmers Alliance of s The little four year old son of C. ( the trip with the party anxiety of a battle f\"e was in the air at lance has ben organized Agency in Indiana chase the water works, recently
death of her noble husband county |
whom repre
all
Florida: mourned, Mrs. Dyke has managed have purchased a pair of :; ; wagon i|! W. Wells got his mouth full of concemitrated to correct the charts of the coast forth the capitol to-day. I drove away the a capital of ,2OOthO.) a: to. be held on August 14,

lye on Tuesda '. The postponed to August 21.
her extensive pear orchard, and scales, upon which the cottc 'rop will poor Navy Department.All i langour of an August afternoon, and I The sub-treasury has not been
little chap had just eaten a cake and proved St.
Augustine Machine
with a success astonishing to those lordsof \\'iglwcl i kept the republican leaders in both houses I unconstitutional the
alliance Shop.-The
Longvietobacco went to the shelf where he had been the road commissioners in this ; refuses to Jacksonville, St.
Donova.n popularcity
creation who limit woman's sphere to county have It on the go. Senator Quay worked all i accept a mere assertion. Hatax
in the resigned.
habit of Railway Co.
household duties. While grower was in this finding water, for a I require I (ofceJacksnvie)
rt'turninO'thlnkR t wi.
: fur the kind remembrance ware moiningith ith some fine PJ; mens of drink. Some lye, used for scouring about all of the road fund to ,i day in the Senate for once. lie took no The farmers alliance of Texas has is state buid ops -
tobacco that he raised this had been left in salaries, leaving little to be expended in the fought for for .
still more thankful to feel that this on. He a cup on very part tariff debate, to be sure, but years a railway commission
reception of the "widow's mite" entitlesus intends sending i toT. C. \A on, Pen- and J. T. mistook it for water. He ( ou the roads. In consoqueuce in the chamber and in the cloak room he and they will soon ge"t it Summerfield'-Phosphate Land.-Eph.

to a place on her list of friends. sacola. I i I I took a mouthful, when spitting it out; of this the county commissioners labored with the republicans who had The colored alliances are building a Carey and Myron/Jillett have, it is reported -

1 ;.;, Omlt1: i Itiniur. On last Saturday a woma bo gave i j 1I his.screatns soon drew attention to his deddl'c to withold appointing not declared their He warehouse at Orangeburg, S. C., which purchased 1,000 acres of phosphate -
:s 31r.Jk1.\iItftlicS.S. O. & G. railroad her name as Mrs. Hemlersci as seen I 1 1as condition. Dr. Butler was sent for after the next sessionof positon. workedas looks like prosperity on their part.A land near Sum nuerfield.
1 met with a painful accident last- on our sire-els, inclining for missing |I and did what was possible. Fortu- the legislature, hoping the law hard as though lIe had not asserted U -

.: "week: at Dunmllon, in alighting from husband. She said that t11! from I ualcly the child did not swallow any relating to roads. would be (changed. that ho would have a majority of to- ,most branch powerful of tho farmers' organization IOWA'S"' ._THIRD PARTY-

: f... the was by slipping into a nail -on the Calhoun county, and that 1 It, hiibbaud j I but his mouth i>terribly 1m red, He Tlif Anthliiiii.The nights caucus. Ho pait no attention to i is now a under in farmers.alance., ) ,
.
sent her to Cottondalc for H health : way I'niou Men Tut Ticket
is I ( e\ Thelh.. Mid a
under the
I ( I cireuinslances.
Illatform, uhich jnetrated' the sole of saying that beould her in doinl'l : South Florida rail road company the hysterical ravings of the New York York. In the Field.
shoe and tbie the come a .
his >'igh tee of his I will extend its
: two or three \\eeks. He did! .-ome, so \, ulnorth\lter' Tribune the Philadelphia Press. He DES MOINES, 18.
I '"*"*' ant President L. L. Polk and ) -Two
foot. C. W.
: right r.
1.Ugst
thiss hattie Lee-, of near this ly from Pcmberfon ,
she began to inquiiu about when place, Ferry through
} 1, \erylittlerespect for party Macune will visit hundred
organs.HIS Montgomery were- in this
] k ActingSiipcrintendent O. G. Finch of 1 had a of Uernando Citrus during present
> tht leained that be had told rytlnng very narrow escape serious Marion, Levy and the
session of
': ..; the :S.; N. O. & G. rnili'mid, came near mid was makimr! tiatks for :abama. |i i injury last Thurs ay. She had driv- Aliichua counties to a connection ASSISTANTS O'TlE FLOOR. in the Alabama State Alliance city to-day in attendance on the State
August.
i losing his lile Monday: 1.larh'l. In attempting Sif! began to follow him, an eacbed j.en a Texas pony in town.Viieii she with the S F. &W., distance of 80 With him worked the republicans who convention of the People's party, compel -

.f: 4 t to get on the Ituniugtrain hebtiiiiku Chipley, two days alter ho 1; passed i started out one of the shafts came miles.An i like himslf, are opposed to the force National President Polk i is now on 1 of farmers and union labor men.

-- person getting offbi h nearly through; tIC\\is in ft"t') )b. b, said I lose from the vehicle and the horse exciting chase: took place Sat- bil and Senators Aldrich anti Iliscock, tour of the west among the allnnces.. adopted indorsed the principles -
:., l lliiew him HUIt'l tiucats aifrl l his bad l. became UII managers of the tariff bill. Senator He visit thirteen States and deliver
::4 : 1.111 ('\\alkiiigie\cial \s; bad ) frightened. lie ran some iirday I afternoon m which a negro wi ad\oatel by the farmers and la-
j" ;' death grip on the rar pl1ftrI and no fiioi.'s: and lie saiil -lle \,ii 1 neverlived distance up the street where she reined WH wanted for attempting to kill another 11mI directed the force bill fight in thirty addresses. :1 Iwers' industrial union held at St. Louis
connection
;::.. prompt assistance san'l be s-utislied again as long :is I him to one side and the buggy up- coon, and a deputy sheriff anda lie went over with to fpl'akl'l Reed to ,consult whom Mr. Ilickman President of the Mis- last December; denounces the McKinleyand

,t t ; .11 R. Clifton, of Ocala, went to Tennessee unless the sees her huhbanel u i; I. |I! set throwing her out and hurting her l'5se of citizens participated. The several times. Senator Hoar is no match sour Statelance., has been nominated Lodge bill antI Speaker Reeds "bold

*, Fomctime since to visit friends. I'[ 'lt_IUIitlllrlM. j painfully but not seriously. Several I I darkey' was treed! in a bay head southof for Quay as a "worker," but he did his Demoratic State convention of attempt to destroy the independence of .
'; On his return last week he stopped over The lawn mound the college! J dorm gentlemen arrived and assisted in town and was locked in the cala best to be acrrpaWf and 11rslsitP. firmllonrnnil that State for railroad commissioner.West our_ representatives in congress;" favor
:: at Birmingham, Ala., where he was 31I I itory) Its recently been IIIQWKlized Id ferti capturing the Texas Sancho and fix boose. ator Spooner.'who- -ala-l long talk this the Australian ballot system, and denounces -
:. ., resttd; as a member of the Rube Bur- 1 and i is "a IMasin s t. We ing up the vehicle. The pluckyyoung morning with President Virginia State alliance will b every Iowa congressman for
I Many citizens of at
good the organized Charleston Kanawa
countv larison. helping to defeat the bill for free coin-
,ross gang. But as he established his wish there were more yardsle it in
lady into the brought to Senator Hoar's '
: that of different town. I got buggy and were unable to vote Saturday, on the assistace ty August 13th, by President Barbee,of age. The passage of a service pension
identity as an entirely
l j I made him git up and giJ for his rudeness "wet or dry" question, because they commands and entreaties of the official Virginia, assisted by National Secretary demanded. i
: -:person sought, was released.and reached DiLand well head of the
a orgajt-d party. fc>. II. Turner.
'," w' Ocala Friday night, where his'anxious lie I hat it 1mb had not paid their poll tax. Willthis The following nominations were made:

r. friends, who had been apprise of his immense improvement amount socity.good. cjd Ta year's |I I Dr. J. F. llichmond and J. B. Fel- be the case in November? USED EVEKY LKVKK. The Kansas Allianao was C. E. Davis of Davis, auditor; E. P.

,: misfortune; gave him a time the of our vn will I I ter called on the Commercial yesterday Mr.V.. IL Peeples of Bowling Senators Hoar and Spooner used these organized and commenced Exchange operation last Brown, of Guthrie county, secretary of
J Mr. Clifton is in the employ of :Mr. J. have improved:appearance 100 cent.I 1! and exhibited specimens kao- Green was in Arcadia :Monday making and the Tribune and Press editorials, in February. The business steadily increased State A. J. Blakely, of Powesheike

'; II. Vareen and is looked upon as a modI [, .lt1rcqtt'. per I, liu.from- -their- lands situated at Riv- i deeds for the transfer of the Hotel spite; of the Tribune'sinnuendo that Senator until June a business of $-">2,000 county, treasurer.CALIFORNIA'S.

: I.: -i I yung> man, by his employer and .kd.l.Tho Methodist churclMl will I ersido bridge, on the east bank of the Charlotte at Charlotte Harbor.Mr. Quay and Cameron got their seats was transacted.The -- e---
in the Senate REPUBLICANS.
friends. Palatlakha creek. There i is immense by improper means, and
4 V.many OOl bo ordered, and I \vh Nectedcnn bed an R. 11 Grantham, our popular they also employed Speaker Reed's nomination of President Buchanan -
of this material at that
and M. II. Brown
Mr. Mrs. returned
I toOcali bo heard at si dislancfG miles. |J A county : was married at threats that tin plate, iron ore, steel rails for governor of Tennessee is a glorious The Nomination* Made to Complete the "
tone
from Brooksville where i point. point the land has .
:q Monday evidence
of the
Fort Ogden last night to Miss lAzzle and other items in the tar growth of Alliance Ticket.
Pennsylvania
:;,.: tbehad been spending several months, Our genial fellow t( \nan, Dr. been bored f": txventy-fourfcet with Johnson daughter of Mr. W. A. bill would be cut by the and sentiment in that State. Now for Con- -
and relsaired to the bui'ding owned by 'v. B. )[arsaI. leftSuiidnig1it: for I. out reaching the end of the bottom.As Johnson,of that town. if necessary that the IouS bill gressman.-National Economist.The SACRAMENTO- CAL., .August 19.-In

: Mr. S. W. Saundcre, to find the second Cordele, Jeorgia with \i of making previously stated in these columns should be hung up. Speaker Reed sentwarning alliance in Alabama is increasing the Reublican State convention the following -

story a chaired ruin, the first intimation that place his future I 11 ie. I these discoveries are cestnrc JluJlrtlu CII.
( .. they bad that the flames, during Olla t Friday, whilf \.rs. Mc- to result in immense henrf On Sunday last Hon. J. B. Christie at the same to stir up the force bill spout membership as numbr any time in its his- made:

i.", their absence, had consumed the building llne, Mills., Bowyer; ninfrawlordwere section: and to kaolin of Leon, departed this life', aged in the House. He missed the absent tory. The old lodges are also in good For lieutenant governorJohn R.Red-

t,. and all their. household effects on examining i a I toti-e vhe north found) is equal to the best, and the about seventy-eight years. He was. Henry Cabot Lodge in this enterprise.HARRISON'S working trim and the membership generally clk! of San Andrea.
J which there was no insurance. Mrs. hide of tnuii) for the jtuKi of repairing finest grades of pottery ware can be a good and worthy citizen of that 1 INKLUHNCC. zealous and enthusiastic. For chief the

} ed Brown loss felt that so she badly wept.O'er They their Ulexplc1 \ : it, they found if the cornice .l made from i and plate glass of the county, and leaves behind him a I President Harrison tried his best to The issue in Arkansas m the coming present incumbnt.justke'1. nt'aty.

one of Mr. Ed rlnted was filled with batcy killed best quality cal bo manufactured as number of sons, daughters, relativesand stem the tide Senator Quay had let lose campaign will not b tariff rot or negrodomination For a-siate JUHtictU.. ('. Harris
::: setsion Butmn't'otagl's ant all they ('olil find, and I gathering I a by product.. The Palatlaha, will at friends who deplore his depart by urging upon the senators amlrre tomfoolery, but it will h arid C. II. Garoutte.
: 't, tkl'n l i. up one half tho dead I no distant day bo lineel with im- ure\ Wo have known the deceased sentatives who called on him the neces- whether the people or the plutocrats For secretary of State-E. (J. Waite.ofAlameda.

.. Rev. S. Simpson Atmoiv, the I'piscqial ones, they)' found that tj' had 701.() menso pottery and glass works bringing since 18,11, at which time he was a essity of redeeming the party and administration ballot! box thieves shall rule.-Faulkner .
; :. : cleigyman of Gaincsx'ille. l',11 to Who can beat Ibis for :it story. I into this section a large population representative in the state legislatureand pledges by passing the force County Wheel.Hurrah For State comptroller P. Colgan,
and in the
our cityVednesday ICOI, I t'itu'iss i skilled and prosperous workers. made a useful member; and from bill. If the chairman of the republicannational for Georgia, the people there of noma.
Miss Annie
J united in /1.
marriage The
f' Condon evening, the Icautifiil amid accomplished :. The;Hard Hock phosjny 1 (te com paId -' It i is but a question of time then until the present, we have committee could have heard all are nearly a unit for reform. Her reform sine die Sacramento after convention adjourned

./. daughter of Mr. '\. 1). Condon, to Mr. I have sold out to Mr. win for When capital will seek this new field found in him a true citizen in all the the pretty little remarks made ahouthil Press is wide awake and lip to the Tor State nominating the following of :
for investment. walks of life. A good man's light by the President, the speaker, the standard. Her people are full of enthu- tuperintendent public
... Sidney Perry' a ury worthy 3ounggentleman. the nice I little i I t sum of so 1 hundred chairman of the Senate schools-J. W. Anderson of San FranCIM'O. -
elections eiasin and intend
committee to
has -
: gone out, and we deply give some oma sur-
sympathize
.fo
afternoon
and fifty thousandthousand s. Fifty Wednesday a sad: accident .
and the other force bill men he prise this fall. Kansas
party -
?, AK'. C> I 1 h'/,. The ( at as an option, and the ancc falls news of which was a terrible shock remains were brought to this the thn'atl'n' Morrow afl(1J.'CamflpehlOf Stockton.
recently organized hun'l particularly a
t 0lw"lu'o, romifl' to l order. ) '
factor for good in this i>onntf Hall llock. company nooubt owned Jocelyn, Mabel Millard, Mrg.Jamison' and a large concouno attended New York Tribune and Press, that State, telegraphs Mr.. organizer for .i A PEOPLE'S_PARTY_ TICKET.
his nu
\ ., some of the richcslihosphatobi % I :daughter, ami Gracie Mur- funeral they showed i ignorance of Senator Quay tional secretary, for 100 outfits.'urn.r. The 'J lt NomlitHtioiiH Made l>y the Convention -
:" TIle school I IKiud aie (-ZLii1estIy elf (ls in the world. \\'etigratuhatour den went over from Montclair to Ol'i.'d" (,i' ik. and also of the situation. The e'll. whole Pacific slope will soon be fighting at Topeka.

: ileavoring to bring <;ur public i: :l.oolcystem citizens on t their realwiles! and i Spring Lake near Fruitland Park, The Alexander grove, which look- crats sat back and smiled with gratification for the principles of thin alliance.Rural
uj to the highest standard of excellence. tlio Baldwin company othe acquisition i OH a little fishing party. While tne ed after the cold of March 17, as if it at the way Senator Quay led hisparty Home: il'-H TOPKKA, KAN., August 18.-The Peo

of such valuablo/perty/ gills were on a urtufthelakewherethe was done for, for at least two leaders and all, out of the force Faulkner Wheel | party convention last night nominated
'ear bill County Conway, :
The canning factory is sun to Ill eslablished !/Smyrna 111( : and we are satisfied that if intelligently Our sea beach, from inlet south I means not clearly understood, Grace recovered in a wonderful manner, QUAY COMES COMES 0:TO!'. paternalism against the farmers' demands .

conducted it will prove to be I wad, is not sur1)utsl l any on the I and the Millard girl slippe of into and what seems strangest of all, the Senator Quay won in the caucus it is equivalent to saying the people For governor-J. F. Wellet, of Ferguson "

!h not only a success, but it will also pay Atlantic coa t. yen lit it, come I the water, where it sevn eight trees are now actually holding knocking out Senator Hoar's amendment are not capable of rulingwfciiemselves county.
large dividends on the sum invested. view the spot: I shortly 1 feet deep. The ladies did all they two thousand boxes of orange and to his resolution on a square vote and must not be trusted. Our uresent For leutenat o"ernor-A. O.Shinn,
wherei
t-' George T. Davis who is nominated for lie if you ontrary. '. I could to help the children and by are growing finely. by a fair majority. His resolution was government is simply a government of of Frankln county.

the oflice of country treasurer is an Alliance ( 1 startedin great exertions succeeded in rescuing bridge of the South Flor- not adopted because the hour was late, corporations. How long will the secretary of State R. S. Osbome,
l man of and a citizenenjojing A new industry ha. en Mabel Millard but there no gang and Senator Hoar asked an adjournment people submit to tlienii" of Rooks county.
prominence ida R. R. out and
New Smyrna-t nanufactu- being came Monday put but the of the
and confidence of other little Gracie majority caucus were so For State Diddle, of
the
esteem help near, : in drain under the tracks at Turon, Kan., Headlight says: Far- treasurer-W.l.
block the foun- a new
ring of concrete ) l evidently opposed to the consideration of Butler .
all. drowned. ,
I was mers are often b jealous of
(latiOfls of the buildin The owner, the crossing near the depot to carry the force bill and a gag rule and in favor prone tt [For attorney-general N. Ives, (Jt
The Dade hotel i is maintaining Cf/ H'rttcr Hm InnTitnta.. each other, and many seem to prefer to
City < off the water that settles here after
Mr. has loc: in front of ( of his resolution that it seemed cert Sterling.For .
; its well earned Traveling fmchtz The two favorite be led by a lawyer rather than by an
i reputation. pastimes now are rains. They also brought several to adopted. The debate was
the place.A heavy b very State sui>erintendent-Miss Fannie -
men say it i is one of the hl'>t in the :luthew croquet playing and bathing. The latter loads of sand aud filled equally brilliant man of their own call
car up l\"ely. (;armk;of Bartow
State. toloT'd person I i gave his cannot be excelled, and should be engaged i. ing. The allance has accomplishedgrand I I
f the around the crossing, For State auditor-B. Wrester colored
depression QUAY UNDER the ,( -
: The of the death of name as \V. A. John- was arrested in more by those who desire to FR eradicating jealousies I ]
: painful news Wile and as soon as they can finish a couple ) of Topeka.
\ sIte Dimick on the best health. The heavy thunder-storm outside was which have been engendere in the
:. E. We-lls, a former resident of by deputy enjoy I of trestles on the main line will A motion to make Judge
that within the Senate cham- by but 'V.Iferr.t ;
equaled by
gone
t of box of years opportunity
last for the t a
City has jut: l 11l1 rlw.1 This sad Monday Occasionally we find a ripe guava.andthe return hero to repair the plank walk ber. Senators Hoar and Spooner scored for more work in this: direction. the nominee for United Btatt8 tenatrVa. -

vent took place : ]31l\ie, Ala., jewelry from the nap I launchrnlin Coronado-I eating editor thinks that if he can and steps around the depot building. Senator Quay in their most trenchant Farmers must learn to trust each other. \ 'lost. _- '.
Thurfcday the 31st ult.Jfcii between here manage to get along till the season shall .'
.t f. f tiiw ) landing. Ho had xamination fairly open he wont be compelled to seek The schedule of the sailing of the style, expressing their opinion of him The Southern Farmers Alliance of At- IN ...
SWITZERLANDII
r-IlfuIJat and his in
( I crowd vigorous Englsh. They Unta, Ga., : We hope the brethern STANLEY
d held for says
"- Kilpatrick is 'ixed up in fine before Justice Brya was some government ofcC.I Clyde Steamships August appears even alluded, it is stated, campaign ",
Co1 ( in this State, will not have to use
btyle the new barber shop on the cornero for trial. He now. 1 h: ishes in our I 3Ir. John Duncan came down from in this issue. It will be seen in Pennsylvania in a disagreableway but cotton bagging this The State my *- Surprise* Some of HI* Hearer, Itofore t

; -- jail, the first one wi 1 as had timedistinction Dunnedin Sunday in search of his wife. that although summer I is far from be- as being embarrassing ing to the partyat Exchange has filed orders year.for an immense Starting

;1 T.; M, Ljkiss is going to open a largeI" of being i ccupant. who had spent a week with her grand ing at an end, this line is rushed with large. Senator Quay broke his traditional amount to be shipped to the farmers PARIS, Aug. Ig.-Henry M. Stanley '

btock ,>f groceries in connectionVitIl S/* r5j.Auk! IPuk mother. John had teen "keeping bach" business to such an extent that they silence sufficiently to defend him in jiortion of the State, and for Luzerne to-day. Mr. g
: his dry goods store. Our saw-null was ed for sever- and he said he was nearly starved. are compelled to commence running self in stout style. He pointed out the still \en'f'a contract for morthan a starte has Frenchmen Stanley

:I" The Crooked Lake canal was 1nishr al! days whilst re-ci|ng the well : W. P. Williams began the erection of three steamships per week between wisdom of his programme in a most uncomplimentary million yards, which are unsold. This surprised byexpreinl .-.:
'f l hart Wednesday and it is which thre-atencd to low up thenstanter. I his two-story house in the eastern part Jacksonville and New York. The contrast with Senator shows you brethern, how the Exchange the opinion that M. Ribot a good _:,

.i; t lake very rapidly. The redeemed land boiler not atteude( I of town this week, and will push it vessels sailing last Sunday and yesterday Hoar's and pressed practical arguments. bas been providing for you when some bargain in the AngloFrenchagreemenLMr. '. .*,
is of an excellent quality and is well i | hrough in a hurry. went North with every berth He resented dictation from the outside I of the order were endeavoring to find Stanleyblevethatha Lord Sauls* *
j. adapte to growing vegetables and sugar ,Yo H. Kayton lit ought fifty- The editor has an acre of choice land occupied and extra mattresses spread and said that the state of* Pennsylvaniawould I fault with it. ; bury Nigtia he would

: thousand tine budd orange tree' i prepared for strawberries and will prob- on the floor to accommodate the answer the attacks on him and I -- --- not have 6i agreement. Mr. .
; ";' cane.Mr.. John Clark has moved his stock from ,Yo B. Phifer, 4ochelle, Fla. I ably be able to boast of sis fine strawberries crowd. The excellent service that his course in November. Senators -j I t INDIA'S BUDGET. Stanley applauds s the scheme for a trans- ;-
: : of horses to his brick stables. the most of tht'l anideledon sour as anybody when the season oI ns. Aldrich, Hiscock and Hale helped railway, and thinks the road '*
; new the Clyde's are furnishing is being Th* Surplus t I) lie to the Famine
Ueotet
;. Mr. J. C. Tilson, of Aubundale, was in -s-tump They are |y nice trees' He wont smack his watering mouth recognized by the people of ourstate, Senator Quay out. As the result of Senator I' l'ont.I will not cost more than 20,0,0 francs .-

; ... town lat Friday and showed. us one of all of the bet variti of fruit. i and say. ''I wish I bad some," when thei and in the business or QuaY't quiet work of to-day he is I LONDON, Aug. 16.-Sir John Gorst, and can be built in ten Years.Sa'.s ,-

j his wagons made from the Florida lightvood. Quite a number improvements i i growers come and tell him of .their this line consequence is steadily imicreasing.St. still leallngthe republicans. SenatorsHoar I under secretary for India, presented the a London S cable of ,!]
and their allies
i are Saturday: *j
f are noticeable about Robac'.s store patches. Indian budget statement in the House of

.! A ('ojul'UU ban made a prc>i>ositiouto% and f'sidcnlt; au ad on to kitchen .j Considerable rowdyism asserted itself \ Frllil Fl.ri/t htt.<, more than ever i ustC1 I Commons this evening. The statement, The most notable feature of the season ,.;:.,

1 lul.a. Mict-t railway! in Bart \and out new porclie u\"S, grape ar- i last Saturday night among the colored 1 Florida's life-giving climate lakes -- he said showed continually increasing just closed has ben the large number -*#<

l t? Kis-ingen Springs, provided suilicient hor and a new iWI "If.Oil varc'house > I people of our town, and fire-arms werehalil..tl I' her the most desirable place on earth JUDGE VANN RENOMINATED. :, prosperity. There was a surplus of 2- ar-d tremendous extravagance of the ,

donations a'e made. : Mr. \Y. C. ih I one of theI'ark's in a most reckless manner. Two i for all and especially the invaliU; let He l>e a Kail road ConiiI.iozer for j 677,000 rupees against l,009,000last year.. entertainments. race always '
(, I bet nwchani id the work. negroes stood about fifteen feet apart, this be remembered, and if you can 'l Four Years More. i He proposed to devote the surplus to the Oowo .': : 1
.U"di'lllltconf: r. -their five-shooters at each j fund for the restriction of famine rath- mark termination of the fashionable _
lr. Henry J. as just coinphete(1 and emptied not come and stay with us permanently I \ :
of % Mr.
; J; Itye Mrs., of.this,.live, ttepniother died at her home in: Jolilgsht' 'flCe. aroundMr. i 1 other, but without the d'sirrt etfet. A come iu November and stay TALLAHASSEE, FLA., August 11-Uov. I i'I er than the abolition of the salt tax. The: season of London, and bmg over, '
county, I
: 1 I Fleming appointed Judge Enoch to without division, "
budget was agreed
disinterested hap in
f this county last Tuesday in the eighty- \Vhittier's I has prunedthe spectator Iowenr. until the next June. We'll welcome: : to-day the holidaY, an is now full fcrce. *

ttt 4 iifth of her age alter an illness of a trees into shape ro\ his. i is. one of pencil. to be in'_'range_h_ _r,,_and__.,_now_ 1.__carries__ ,_ 11 a you and guarantee that the air you J. \anii to succeed himself as railroad I II I II All the railway stations are literally
'el lEt commissioner for the term of four ARGENTIEPECE.
J.s a j
years
tOKel 11 having l'ln I breathe is You cannot fail
: week a duration. the groves on t the v v Hie mat was i lulet pure. t besieged by armies of excursionists who -
: Recent news from the construction jree i company.wint. be benefited and to enj'y life among His[ experience in railroad matters makes I i I No Drilling to ht Allowed In the Provinceof I|
years ago .5
planted ou annual
partially I rrille 7 imcs. him one of the most valuable members Cordoba. ate off on their holiday to Spa,
i is I
R. Co. sweet-scented blossoms I
the F. M. & G. R. the 01
e. eorpsol very al so well as orange
From a gentleman of the but has not come i I Jno. W. Leslie of Center Hill, accouipar.ied I j land.Mr. of the commission. The other applicants -;, BEUXOS AYRES, Aug 19.--The Government or Bath, to continental or home water- .
encouraging. I our sunny .
Withlaooochee neighborhood we learn ., ought in that time1. by Mrs. Leslie and other members -I I 1 were E. J. Triay and W. C. Bird j I intends to prevent the military ing places The AmericUs who are in .

that the corps is but a few miles beyond Jl"vr JVcu>. of his family, visited Sumterville Wilam Somlrilforms There were hundreds of petitions, !, drill in Cordoba, even if it is:compiled London just now are principally those
the river and is making possible progress O. K.;: IVixon has >n appointed last Fiiday. Mr. Leslie is proprietor of i iI ; us that an ) thre. signed by senators, representatives and to force the governor of the province to
4: with the work. al force of 2
men aie engaged upon the work, Paxon i i. evel! headtl"( I located Center Hill but is on the lokI '! wst. of St. Francis a few days ago. indorsing E. J. Tnay for the appointment nothrgshial1 prevent forced liquidation steamers. The crush is almost a beat

; !00 from North\ Carolina having bl'l public spriritcd ma 1(1 will (doubt-I I (,ut for a location offering tetttr timber II I I. Not having a dog or any gun along which makes the reappointmentment of the provincial national banks as last year. The greatest social success .'

4. : ; employed but a few days ago. Ties arc less make a good 01 '. I and shipping facilities.: As has been heI :|!i Mrs. Bear and family were allowed of Judge Vann more complimentary : which violate the terms of their churter. among,the American ladies during the -
+ l laid fast the road is made I lore stated in the 'iml. }lr: L. has'': to remain unmolested. Here is a'' that it would have been had there \ The Government will reveal the truth a :
.Croady being for them.a as John Bryan, ag a whom an in- been for many years engaged in the ]\ chance for some of our huntsmen to been no strong competition for the place. regards the financial position of the past season & Len made by Miss. -

Ctb inst., dictment was foul me years: ago, 1 i manufacture of machinery in Chicago j i get out their gun and load for bear.Atlrotatc. country. This depresses affairs now,but Leiter, of Chicago, who h teen ten
Died in Madison, Fla.on 1 the of for adultry, was I Irian I ht .from Her-I and is the inventor and manufacturer of |i The memoirs of the ex-Empress Euge- affords hope of real improvement in the up by the Prince and Princess of Wales.
consort .
p.-. Mrs. Susan \Vitheiu.poon, (: nesday, JltJ'elly'
county t h'c the crate machine or lathe which he now .
I Judge ]Robert Witherspcon.! they havng I I of offering L. M. Rye from Mitchellvill I nie will l>e IJulliheel after her death, future.At of esteniaca \ She was acknowledged byevery one .a -
the
and lodged in Shlrit fhrp. I uses. Parties knowing a point ll. saIl good property .
: \ .I fen citizens of florida thirty-four Henry i ji 10 was IOU 11(1 the advantages be desires, may promote -I was in town yesterday. .. Mr. Rye and not in the .1J'iatt future, as has I yesterday, unexpectedly high prices! in the belle at the ball given by Mrs. Mar-

1 -k : county.ytars: iniioh of the time in 1Jt1sOr I { uilty at the l'raZl'l term mrt ju=t past t, I their own interests by writing. met with quite a painful accident a been stated. gold were f'alze. lll C). Roberta at Spencer lous.fr

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/BRjoFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.p miD To the Honorable J. F. Bayn. Pie-sident .- life are sufficient cause
: and sterling integrity seond' that of no AN ACT to provide for 'he registration loss t4muniarm and reflect on the fate ILOR1DA CENTRAL
of legally qualified voters in Ue several Slate Democratic Convention: J For.Justice of Supreme Court. for a marto stop '
# other man In the state. Being well red counties this state and provide of gcoresTbis fellow men. but A greater PENINSULAR R. R.
: '* PUBLISHEDVT.EKLY \T-..-C Your flRKE.BRADFOKDCOUNTY.FLOiUDA.Editor in the law and possessing au excellent and for elections generally and for the returns cause for u
> beg leave to submit the following of Pasco County. his own hjlili., If he suffers from malarial Formerly the P. K. & N.co.
1 ----- of elections. rl
: i I I.c.'Elm. discriminating judgment together with a of the poi=iibe may stop and reflect on Staudar Time Pn. l.-Jlay 15, 18SO.
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and Publisher tireless industry he will be an ornamentto Lt.gilntue report the en ro. *'r. Westmoreland's Calisayn 3 I 7 ISOUTHERN D1VN.I 8 J-"-
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: of Florida
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: State : We, the democratic party For Comptroller.W. is wlr. utPd to uproot the uiaUrial -
the bench. male of Tonic 4 50 10 Of a Lv Fernandinn Ar 253p 800acr
SECTION That every person Florida in convention assembled, do 1). BLOXHAM. M when the blond has been p
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/ {SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAH.'Entered poison 7nO' pll 25 a Lv Jackxonvillp Ar I 4"p >aft
The platform upon which the nominees the act of twenty-one years and upward hereby re-affirm the doctrines nnd principles of Leon County.For purified it leave the system strong 8 20 pit SO a Lv ('aILhanr 140p Ma
I hat at the time of registration be a attacks which may Baldwin Arl2flOlOp / 5ia
stand is a sound one. It makes a slight so as to replso the 845pli35pLv >p
i. Affording to'Act of Co'.grett in citizen of the United States or that shall as heretofore ennunciatcd by the 1ttem The wise investment of a I IXipAr Stark' I.vll84a 8 58 a

-rJ .il VieW O/use. Slarl' Fin., as &cond' concession to the farmer'alliance but have declared his intention to becomesuch democratic party, and do resolve as follows Congress Second District. come dollar in ipottlft/ of this valuable medicine 11 2-1 P 258 P AI' Hawthorne Lvl027a 2 Z9 a
328 CUm LvlO'Oa 2COa
k t/VoJW MaVeg&I -. there is nothing in it bat is hostile t in conformity with the laws of the BULLOCK.of doctor's bill. Sold 1216a pAr
ROBERT flte large Silver Lv B 40
may 41 i p Ar Springs a
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democratic principles. is a platformthat United States and shall have resided and by W. II.livers. 115a 4 28 p Ar Ovala Lv 917a 115 a
Judge .T. M Baker has resigned I of all dem- had his habitation, domicile, home and 1st. That we view with alarm the obnoxious Marion County. -- 10 00 a 70DpAr Horn O1l3S.oa Lv 700a 330p94jp
will the -
meet approval
: --- committee on post offices 4 35 a 8 (I p Ar I.wsburjf I.v 7 44 a
Florida for The sete
.; from this circuit owing to ill health ocrats.It place of permanent abode in and iniquitous acts of f the present Mr. Everett Johns while ridirg on has reported in favor of 635ft 685 pAr Tavares Lv 7 15 a 850p
six nnd rtdd
one and in the county for j jmontlis and the post 9UO Orlando Lv 545a3t7 )
year national administration out- & SOOpAr M)0p
/ and inability to :tend to his official is a source of satisfaction that Gen. if otherwise qualft.d according f the public highway just east of the free d4very system to towns of 5.000 I I TA)1P.1JIV'N. I 8 t 4

.. duties Robert Bullock has been nominated in the to law, shall in such county deemed I rageous and flagrant violations of parliamentary town last Saturday, was thrown population and $7.000 postal receipts. -700pll5aLv Jacksonville Ar 140p 635a4.Vp .

., Second Florida district. Of course he will qualified elector at nil elections under thelonsmutul law nnd precedent and the i from his horse by the animal falling This woij brir.g 249 cities and towns !006aLv Fernandina Ar 255p SIXaJ20pll30aLv )

: Three robbers a Missouri ; Provided. That Ihe following unwarranted assumptions and usurpations into hole in the street. lie was under theprovisiou of the hi?!. and the Callahan Ar 140p "aArl035p
Rto1pc1l was elected over bis a would only be Baldwin 513
845pl23SpLv a
shall not entitled to cost for th present year
.; Pacific express Otterville, b rc.eletlle Goodrich to the con- persons b of power by the speaker and the republican severely injured by having his arm $356.000. |ei for future :years $679.000( 3 20 a 533pLv Wlldwood I.v 8 20 a 1110 p

t Mo., on Sunday last, and stole: 800- opponent over majority present hut a partisan vote First.: Persons not duly registered according majority in the present house of representatives thrown out of socket. Mr. Johnsproposes and the cqmittee strongly recommendsthat 6 5ei8a 20 a 713pAr 8 24)pAr Plant DadeCity City Lv Lv 515a 6 S<>a 2Sp 820p 1

000 In cash from the safe in the express grew by 3,0 The to law. of the United States. to sue the county for damages this iprovcinent in the service be 7 20 a 9iOpAr Tampa Lv 5 00 a 730 p
House him of his !
; car. deprived sat Scoud. Persons under guardianship 2d. We unqualifiedly condemn the claimed that the accident was made. 24.Sp_ArTarponSpringsv45aos.
people of the Second district will show those while kept iu or confined f fT \ 7 and 8 daily solid trains between Jacksonville
-- including present tariff bill now pending before the caused by carelessness not havingthe 'uIPn and tbe Stace.M. and Plant City. Kos.3 and bag Pullman
Joseph A. .i:0: ; millionaire how unjust the action of the house was in any public prison. chairs ard seeping tars between Jacksonvilleand
I, : him still maj Third. Perscns who are insane or idi congress known as the McKinley bill, as a holes in the road tilled up.Mr. Rev. F Shrout Pastor United Tampa.O&31 dally exerpts'inday.
of New York, hung himself in his by re-electing by a greater Brethren burch. Blue Mound, Kansas, "
menace to the prosperity and of KEY D: H '
13 CEDAR i
chamber the other day. Temporary} ority. They know his worth, and will otic.Fourth.. Persons who may ha"C ben the paralyzing the progress F. Sheferdec of Lakeview is says: feel it my duty to tell what has J I 11 25 a Lv i Jacksonville Ar 1 40 I "
country ,
insanity 18 said to be the cause of give him such an indorsement that the convicted felony by any'court of i interests and crippiiug other industries.3d. agricultural. one of Clay county's best farmers. done wonders for n.t. King's My lungs New were Discovery badly diseased 10 OS a Lv KernandinaCullaban Ar 253 pAr <

: his rash act. next House if it should he republican ord That we condemn with nil the lie has demonstrated beyond a I i any parishioners thought t 11 123 30'a p Lv Lv Baldwin Ar 12 140 25 p P

'. will not dare to question hu right to his Fifth. Persons who may have been vehemence in our power the unjust partisan doubt tnat a northern man can makea coulfi liv\jilv a few weeks. I took five 2 05 p LvJllSpAr Waldo1' 1111&

Our county jail contains btt one seat. convicted of bribery perjury or larceny and iniquitous measure known as Florida farm. I bottles of f. king's New Discovery and Gainesville I.v 9:' p740pM ;
1L or infamous crime, or interested in i good living on a oil.\ gaining 20 lb.s.n\ CedarKey Lv 500 a
unfortunate any the Lodge Election bill, suit the senate am fioundand \\
l- .' inmate, and she a poor any bet or wager the result of which shall I amendment thereof. before Mr. Sheferde.T has sold this season weight." rthur Hove, Manager Love's Nos. H and 14 daily Solid train between
now pending
Bradford'. Faltbtnlnev Appre Waldo .
i Jacksonville WaUo. and Cedar
: lunatic. Well Bradford rejoice S Keyg.FERXANDINA
$ may dated. lepend upon any election, or that here That the elections of our coun- about 250 bushels new sweet potatoes Funny Fntslmhinl\tion. writes: After
congress. AN1> JACKSONVILLE BR'CII.tiO .
at this state of This is the after fight a dut), or send knowinglycarry I a thorogb trial and e-onvincing evidence ___
; afair. The following is a private letter to Dr. try having for over one hundred years receiving from 50c to $,1 per Dr. Kin '8 New I "I i ai--t-i
I contideut
only county jail state that has J. L. Gaskins but as it i is of public importance or accept a challenge to fight, or een conducted without such a measure, bushel. lIe i is' also experimenting Discovery, ai Coiisuinption, llhf'1111 9395 41.; pLv Jacksonville 850a 225p
that shall be second to either party, or that its this with the ulterior ..
at time
no prisoners-and probably the onlyone I passage else HOOp 55C P Ar Frrna iliiia Lv 7 IS a lOOp
is in full with and has a all. and Ores wLere everything
it cane i
sorghum
published : that shall be the bearer of such challenge very ;
motive of perpetuating the republican 7COp Ar Brunswick Lv hOOaTrains
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that won't hold them. Th- kindness Ian
I Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 16. 1890. o acceptance ; but the Ie2..1 disability party in power, we regard as an encroach- beautiful sample in town this week. fails. [ greatest and friends i" to urge Nos. 5,6. toO and 61 iiy.| Solid train

Fla. I shall not accrue until after thai and conviction pieat the of freemen. and This matures and can be my many iou". each direction. Route between Fernandina and
J. L. GASKISS. upon rights cane early them to it. Free trial; bottles at .
The selection of .Milton I0 ttarle tr1 Brunswick is via steamer. Sleeping cars Bruns-
/ 1..lbry, MY DEAR Sm-New that the sunoke: of ; by due form of law.: i i iI strikes at (lie very foundation of constitutional made up at the I time when there is'i' druggists.'Regular sizes 50cand $1. g wick and Atlanta. '
election shall be
one of ] rising young men, SEC 2 A general -
FloricJ' liberty. in the market. -- 9 I 1 |WESTF.RN DIVN I 2 | 107.M
for justice the supreme court, I batik has passed awn)', permit me to I held in (the several counties of this state 4th. That we denounce, the policy! of no new syinp The cen.s returns show that Florida 73UaLv Jacksonville Ar75bp344iji

gives general satisfaction among the thank )ycurself personally, and throughyou on the Tuesday next suCccrilf the first the republican party lor its reckless extravagance Ordinance----No.--40.. has reduce) her debt 75 per ce-nt.Jn ten 83.p p 8 lf aLv RaId,'jnr"00 p 229p

class of people. Mabry is the Bradford county delegation one Monday in \' J ( HUe 1 in the expenditure of publicmout'Y AN ORDINANCE Granting the right of"af years theK-t debt being now $1 3.391.The 4 45a 115pAr Montlcello LT 210p 720a
working biennially on the same day thereafter or since its advent in percctBEe of reduction of tl.e wlmle 55'Ja 2l3pAr Tal'ahassee Lv 120p 560*
but of sbund and all, for the unswerving support, from present power. to the Starke & Sampson City Rail 8Ma SlOpAr Quincy LvI225p 345&
modest fixed
man hereafter be
man a I such day
a
upon as may (I cbanging in less than two years a large Road build and south vase per cent.. loud of the country 1030a "405pArRiverJuictionLvll 230*
to equip
j judgment and a lawyer of no little lrst to lust, that you and yours gave men by law, at which general elections there I surplus into a deficit. Company.railroad: in the limits 33 per ,nt. The report shows ihe S)P 1010 p Ar Pensacola Lv 500*

He did not seek the the late content for the supreme court shall be CIIOSCU by the qualified electors in 5ih. That the unsealing by the partisan operate of the u Town of Starke.corporate bonded inubtadiie-ss lo $1.275.000( and 2'.'0 a Ar Mobile I.v 12 40 a :
reputation. .co 1r New Orleans Lv 8 90
office :m at first refused to acceptit. judgeship in the convention at Ocala. I this state such elective state and coucty republican nujoiity of the hopse of representatives Be it orditineel by the Mayor and Aldermen the floaty indebtedness entirely wipedout. : 6 50 a Ar Montgomery Lv 7 30 P p
officers whose term of office inay then require of Gen. Robert Bullock, who in council whilelie! e'ush s and funds on hand are1l21.60Sor 2 27 a Ar LouKvilte: Lv 1210 a
of the Town of
know friends and I Starke
appreciate more
my election to be held to fill such 62aAr Lv
an was elected by so overwhelming a majority f double what they were ten Cincinnati 750p
-- ban language can express their devoted office besides state senators membersof assembled: 12.j a. Ar St. Louis Lv 131) p
uUl and the of his is
sealing opponent nn .
SECTION 1. Tint the right of way years ago. 11 30 a Ar Chicago I v 3 50 p
The T1I.EGlAPJ has decided tot loyalty and kindness. I and mine will the house of representatives!of this I ,outrage the people ot the Second --- ----
of I upon through or over any of the streets or public f2 >och. Trains Nos 1.2.and 1'> dnil)". Nos. land 2
publish the election law in full,, giving never forget you and will ever remember state. representatives to the congress congressional district ot Florida a'd an i highways; or thoroughfares uf or in the | have Pullman vestibule sleeping cars Jackf on >
first installment thi k. the United States, and such otht elective i in mutt to the iuleli! I'ncc and patriotism ol I The tradition from lon WCt limits of Town of Starke.
Bradford county. God bless trice Brad- be elected corporate the and I sickness to robust IIp-allh coach Pensacola and Floatation.
officers as may be quirerl to the people of lust district and the entire pahul to _______
As it is only' a short time until the ford county and her noble citizens! They as provided by the constitution and laws state.6th.. lying and being south of Madison street, marks u( epoch in the life of the indi 9 p 1 ISUWANKER1VEHROUTE 150

new election law will be put to .test, will live in my memory as long as reason of this state That we urge our members in i is granted) to the Starke & Sampsom lily vidual. Inch: a remarkable event is 7 50 p 7 30 a Lv Jackso'vile7."Op 625a
the administrative Railroad: : company, or its assigns, for the :1 irtMturadn tho memory and the iigeiiivvherel 83.p H IS aLv1025p Baldwin Ar 700p 535 a
citizen in the county asU and will be enshrined in my hciiit, as SEC. 3. A both branches of to advocate all I
every "honl governor and congress purpose of building! operating and maintaining i \ >yije ,1.:0011 l health ha* been at- 955aLv Lake City Lv 517p 335 *
long as it continues to pulsate! I am notaggrieved officers of the executive ,
take department I legislation tending to aid and 104<>pll (5a Ar jasperValdosta 443a
pains to encourage rind I I'ltw-sel. Hence it i i.n
PC"1 hImsel u railroad from :t"rk10 Sampson tui 'a rt''fnll.v
at defeat for the struggle the state senatm representing the odd 10'a
my ; I Ihe I ut at and interests of lUIaI2i2pAr
iigricul hhoring
letall : we trust ourf'aderf City, on the Georgia Southern & Florida: that S') nie-h is beard: in praise "f Klei-
1:1in every ld for victory, at thoU:h unsuccessful. Iris numbered districts be elected lit such the 64la 5itpAr1100a9rOpAr >faccmAtlnnti 7 0p
of
the 1 I
Ihl prosperity our conn their
country trii' Bitt 8. So f'elthl'Y owe
will lightly over lessons of and A. I). 192. and Railroad company's line of road, together many I 15p
lot pass taught me true friendship election to be
the of these the of the
try depending upon fostering restoratlo to health In u'e
with all the immunities No. 1 Pullman
10 : hag
I lights privilegesand Nov. L 2.Sand daily.
this subject. opened in my soul new flood ga es of love every four yeais: thereafter. State S'Ultlrs: i interests.7th. railroad Great Aljra'ive j an-l I Tonic. If you are Klppplnjrcars between Jacksonville and Macon;

.- -- and gratitude. Very truly yours, from the even numbered districts shall heChOSen That in the revision of the present easements usually granted troubled with allY di.ei-e of Kidneys. Mar-on to all points north and wet..

Now that Gen. Bullock is again C. P. COOPER.He at the Jel'rl election in A. D. protective tariff the burdens now resl- companies its on entering limits.a town or building Liyer or 10mlI'h;of lom? or sli.'rl. standing Ticket office RS W. Bay street, comar Began.
-- 1890 for four and members through corporate ili find relief use ofElecirie Depot foot Hopan street Jid-sonvijle.
by
years lWr'lflrl ing on the agricultural and laboring you Min'ly
,
before the candidate for A. O. MacDonnell, -
people as a
Approved:
En dorses the Alliance. of the house of representatives and classes shall be reduced to a fair nnd equitable I : liter Sol-1 at 50e and $l.OtJ a D. Maxwell, G.P..T.A.

United States congressman, ho must The following letter addrcrsed to .1 D.Fohns. representatives to the congress of the basis not to exceed the requirements' Attest: J. Q. ADAMS.WALTER bottle atJrni, ists. AJflge Grn. Manager.N.S.Pennirmgton .
_
be elected by a majority this fall United States, be chosen ul every WILLS. (Tk. Mayor. ,
is '
lecturer the county alliance, election.111 A clerk of of the government honestly and economically Starke, Fla.. Aug. 19. 1830. Vann Reappointed.On Troffl.- Manager.

that will secure him his teat beyond so very valuable as an alliance paper that general : ndminiitered. : 1st anturdsij'; Governor Fleming Walter Coleman, Cen. TrnffReAgenL
of a contest. has Ihe circuit court, a county judge a sheriff 8th That we advocate the passage of Mr. John Carpenter of Ooodl.niel, Iml.,
'
: it in columns .luil-re Enoch J. Vann as rail-
any possibility I we cheerfully give space our a superintendent of public instructionand laws that will effectually prevent the says: "1 tried Chamberlain's Coli'-' iipp-inl4 ( The Noiic-Sncli Strawberry.New
for
been tocontest ro.id c-inini-sioiie-r fur a tt'rllluf four and how Obtnlued.Miout .
shall be chosen for Variety,
: a county SUt'l''or creation of liusts and combines and prohibit Cholera and li.irrlioci; ; Reined, for diarrheiMaiid I
for this t-eut, except the time Starke, Fin., Aug. 18. 1890. each county in this state by its qualifiedelectors bpcctilatiuii that inier'eres with I the I severe cramps. and puins in years. ( hi'e we congratulate: the julirern chiht years immo .Mr. Bniinarcl

when Dougherty heM it. It now at said election in A. D. Ib93. alI prices of prime iiecessnies and agricultural -" the HtomuHi and bowels with the best his 3-appi'iiHme-nt we nine h more Mitchell amid family settled il ILimpton.in .

behooves the of this district HON. JOHN D., JOHNS ) every four years thereafter A county products.9ih. result In th<' worst rases I never bad heartily i ongraluiate* the- pi-nple of Florida this county bringing with them a

democracy Lecturer Farmers'Bradford All hi uc e, > assessor of taxes county tax collector That continuous to give uiorHthan the third dose to efi'e'ta input, iis u-tcntioii I in ullicefor! his quantity of plants and shrubs amonsr -
and
to elect Bullock by such a maj-- Co., Fla. ) ami a county treasnier 1 for each county in we the persistently ell rn. I"t uio.,t cases one d'-se will do.lipsjidos rt-iireinet tlieiefroin would have been a which was a spe-cies of "strawberry the

that forever after the Second! DEAR Sin I have for the last twelvemonths chosen the said I y oppose I pernicious system of its other good qir-Uities it i" public 1 1.*. which able to find
ority this state shall also be at contracting the circulating medium of t''e! ___ ____ _ __ name of lie was not
Florida district will be put don asa been considering the necessity and election in A. D. 1S90 in like manner, and country as now conducted by the national pleasant to take." 2oand 50 t cant bottles Is Life worth Living? utThis plant ssemcd from the first to -
for sale II. Rivers.It .
byV.
1 election thereafter. A flourish aid in produced s icb
sure democratic district. the of the Farmers' Alliance at every geneiai govern me'it. XotifJD'o i through the \\oiM a dyspeptic1. season

_s_ rcquiiemenis justice 1 of the peace all constable for each 10th. That the consideration( of the is asserted that IYP. -lCttillg machines Dr. Aeuor's )J"pp..iTnllel"; a large quantity of excellent berries that

Ittnllory for CouareM.Hon. There are no people I living to whom ]I justice's district shall be eletcL by the Sub-Treasury bill in congress indicates a will be introduced early in the autumn by are posi.ve cure for the worst forms of they proved lo bu a great treat to the

so allied, us to the plain everyday qualified voters thereof at I general DyspepIndigestion, Flatulency and family nnd neighbors for iev -nil seasons.
who fee SJ N'-w York
Stephen Mallory, was desire upon the part of the whole people a number of leading papers
Bartow n for from farmer. My relatives, from the frst setlemcnt election: in A. D. 1892 and every four for an increase of a circulating; medium, including the \\ trld Times and Sun. It Constipaion. Guaranteed: and sold by Mr. Levi .Tonli having pinctireel a few
at
nominate congress of Mary'and.' were and are large years: tllenfer. One justice of the supreme and that it is I Ihe duty ot our members in Is also said that a syndicate of book publishers ,- 6 \V. II. RIVIUS.sire1 plants Hirouw'! his school children, obtained
district of Florida ---------- -
the First congressional Clurt 'be chosen at the gen nil the first season so great u yield that
to the of in New York have also made
c.oniriess secure passage some arrangements 011 in
a resident of Pensi'cola.; He was born farmers in South Mtirvluml election herc'iimlci in A I). 1890) ) and at I 'that will hundred "n 'P-t 1II Philadelphia he was induced to save all the plant for
i tW give the requisite re'ief. lo put fifty or one the-rc ix imt.uses adjoining e-icli other
are
in the WcM India islands of American Hon. Hugh Mitehell. president of the every general eicllH thereafter: unless llth. Tlut we advocate the support of type-setting machines into a co-operative in which tie wive.nre nil sisters. The the next season, ninth succeeded in plant

state alliance of an intimate changed liy all for the reduction of 01'C'l' where all the matter of ing aijout one-eight of an acre, from
parentage. He if 41 years of nge nnd Marhml. held measures county. body cheap last was larrie-l a month ngo and last used besidt
SEC. 4. elections which the ne-ighbor.s largely, s
friend of Special 1Ic state and national taxation, Asserting that publications lurnee! out in New York will
mine has just favored me with week sectied the house adjoining those of
to this elate boyS He Is the I about worth to Mr. Blun'.on.the .
came "bel I in the following cases: all t.iXHtion should be based a uniform be set selling $35

son of the late Hon. Stephen R. llallory, a copy of his speech delivered before the First Where there his been no c\oice system of equalization; upon operative up. her sisters. ---------- railroad agent ut Hampton. Mr.Johns.

who wa secretary of the confederate navy Maryland alliance, which cleanly illustrates of any officer who should not under theConstitution alike open capital and labor, that nil bear A Child Killed. still attracted by the great profit and wonderful

and Las one of the most brilliant minds iu the necessity of an alliance for our have been elected ut a general equally their just proportions of the burden PUBLIC OFFICEmay Anotlurchild killed by the use \f -op- prbduciiveneviTof the berry refused
sell for which he hud
farmers for selfprotection.My election. and that taxation should b'J levied iates giWi in the form of soothing syrup to the plants many
th state. He succeeds lion R. H. M. When a vacancy shall occur Why moliers give their children such applications and together with his son-
:cconl1 for revenue only, amid then only: under a
I knowledge of the reliability and in of senators -and members of in-law Mr Thomas !. set out nearly
Davidson who has represented the First rigid system of economic and judicious be a deadly on is surprising when they Dya
district in for the past fourteen responsibility of Mr. Mitchell and the' the house of representatives. But in case administration of government. can relie'e the child of its peculiar troubles all the plants obtainable. This year (their

congress great confidence I have always reposed in of a vacancy in the offices of senator or J. II. McKiNXK, chairm. com. I by uing Dr. AcKer's Baby_Soother.It i lust season) they are more than satisfied
years. He has been prominent in politics member of the house of Representatives. a J. M. LAMAR contunj no opium or morphine. Sold I with their calculations nnd shipment

; for a numbr of years having served for him, his thorought. convinced me of the special election shall not be held unless 11 Sec.- PRIVATE SNAP; by W. H.RiVEKs._ __ _. 10 'obtaining the highest prices and not losimuur

.1 several years in both houses of the Flor- jU li anr necessity)' of the scxs'on of the legislature shall be held We can and Do I The rclef fund- of the Pennsylvania T I'I'r :a single quart on account of imperfect

farmers to place themselves at the ufter the vacancy occurs and before a gen- berries or otherwise which was in great
Ida legislature. hem Guarantee Tr. Acker's Blood Elixir, for railroad cmpany is no small affair. LU.--I
k of state where they rightly belong. I cml! election. I it has been fully demonstrated to the Yet a Newspaper office is an institution veils it isiuid. the employees contributed contrast and exception to their neighbors

Judge \V. B. Young. therefore decline myself from ting Third. Where a vacancy shall occurin '' people in this unlrv that il is superior I 377471.. ind the $70.100.' a who were shipping Noonan's improved.Mr. .
day company
any office except thai of senator or 'I' to ail other preparations for blood disease which generally aims to benefit Johns and Mr. Dyal have the only '
Gov. Fleming his appointed Major W forward fully in arcord with of the total of $6621. Of this $313,569 was kind and have
ourgcounty member house of representatives It is a positive cure for syphilitic patches of the at Hampton

B. Young, of Jacksonville, to the vncanJudgcfehip and state alliance, ready willing and within three months before the next general poison in u, Ulcers eruptions and pim the public. As "charity begins at paid out. now, June 20th. an agreement with the

I caused by the resignation of anxious to do all in my power for its wel election the governor may. in his .Ie It purifies tlio whole system and home," so should the welfare of Can't Sleep NightsIs shipping agents at Hamptou. Messrs. 31.

Judge'J. M. Baker of this circuit. Judge discretionnler a special election to fill thoroughly builds up the constitution. the complaint of thousands suffering N. iJiantoL and \ViUuuus 1ros for all

Young is native Alabama having fare.The the same, if it be an elective office. 7 W. H. RIVERS. from A stain; Consumption, Coushs, their beirie-s. and are now picking tlf&
I l following sketch is taken Iron Mr. SEC. 5. The secretary of state shall HOME INTERESTSbe etc. riulOum ever try Dr. Acker's Ku- week ten crates from about one acre

been bum in Mniengo: county in 1s44. Mitchell's address before the Maryland between. tlie: first day (July and September The World' Fair SU,. gush Remedy It is the best preparation while the Noonan's improved have long

and being consequently 46 ye-ars of Jft. alhluce. convened in Bultimore August in an)year in which I general election The country is losing a good deal of Us known fotafl Lung Troubles. Sold on since failed. The plants in the putch referred

He received bit collegiate cducticJ at 5th 190 bh\1 lie held n1kt out and cause to interest fn the world's fair on account of couriered first of all, and the a nositivtf uarautee at 25c and 50<'. to will average one fool high and
: be published at least sixty days prior to S \V. II RIVERS. cue and a half feet across are in a flourishing -
the of Alabama from whicl the difficulty experienced in securing n
University "I congratulate vou, my brothers. upon the day of holding tl.e election, in one County Paper be read before any condition and loaded with fruit
,
institution Le graduated Hi the early age the growth of the ullncc in the nation. or more newspapers printed at the slate site at Chicago. It has been stated quite Notice.All I and bloom. Mr. Dyal thinks thai his

uf. 17. with the profession of law already; Gradually but peopcofthisgreat capital nt least once ;a week until the election frequently within the last two or three othtr periodical. 1're-eminent among perso' Indebted to the estate of John BLoomer I patch from its appearance (producing fruit

chosen. naiion are awakening to their peril: I notice slating what offices and weeks that the site question was settled, I state which of nrtherehy notified to come for ward and since December) might be kepi in success.
otis condition. They I : papers treat strictly settle thn stnif, and all persons having daim
l'e beginning to vacancies sire to be filled at such general ful bearing the entire year.
At the commencement of the war he realize that and that a part of the fair would be on against thesa.'il estate are required to present '
they are being robbed( of their election: lu the State mind in each countyn home matters stands the them duly authenticated within the time required The Mohesuch strawberry-which name
entered the c/nfcrtrltt ai;my and ted right their property and their libeiiii-.s. nd distilct I thcicof. and shall I send to the tie lake: front mini, another part in Jackson by lu*.or his notice n ill be plead in bar this new variety has lately been givenis -

; a Q an officer c.( the Eleventh Alabama That plutocracy 1ms grown in mir midst lwriff each county a notice of the i f- paik. A dispatch from Chicago says t that of this nl.oticevill be plead in bar I).of ther r-cov- a perfect bloomer, producing a solid firm

Volunteers with great gallantry and. more arrogant more t-elfish. more, meui : vacancies to lie filled at such as a matter of fact nothing is as yet definitely ery. Slicriff L.LVAREZ.and berry of supeiior flavor with less acid

jcon- less more trullicalthau hvs ever cursed, tneJlllecliou by Ihe qualified: voters of BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH I June 2C.185. Ex officio Adminibtrator. than the Noonan's. and we believe it will
settled with to the site.
kpieuouva1or. respect
thevorld. through! nil_ its cark history (Ifrobbery I itis county orny. district thereof. and. prove to be a great tribute to the straw
At the CJOBC of the war he Ix-gao the Rut oppression. at if tbevwould mine buel'l snail cause a copy 01 sucanotice Frederick Law Olmstead. the engineer To whom it may Concern : berry interest of Florida.s. .

: study of law which had been RO rudely' preserve their liberties, so dear to to be published weekly in a newspaper I who was called to Chicago from Boston All personsire hereby warned not to trust my : F. OAKDISER. LETI JOHNS, THOMA&DYL.

: and the American heart and bequeath them printed in his county, if there be I after Jackson wife. Mary Hipkins.on my account as from this M. N. BLANTON. WILLIAMS BROS.
March ,
on 10. 1$6 he examining ; park expressed
interrupted ,
untarnished to their children day ou no debs of her's will he paid by me
hll such and if such
they ve paper there be no paper Learning of (he many attractIve qualities
was admitted to in the an opinion as to the fitness for fair THOS. A. HOPKINS.
no time to waste but purpose's
practice supreme must come together printediniiiscounty.be shall cause at I July ZHh, 110. of the above-described berry, which :'

court of Alabama. He did uot, howver.; as our fathers did of old and declare like least five copies of such notice to be post- tint wns not at all satisfactory to .--- -- ----.- -- -.-- -- I have seen Ml to name Nonesuch. I hare

remain there, but in a short time went to them that they will not be slaves. Our ec in the most public and conspicuous the directors of the fair. An x-congress- Notice. purchased the entire right and stock of

;:- California and was lie<*nsixl to brothers of the south. and west are working places in the county. man said that Mr. Olmstend's "repenthad \ LL PERONS INDEBTED TO THE ES- plants and will deliver them to parlie
practice
nobly for t the mancipation; of the industrial Mc \\'lkne\'I'1 special election for Published Friday at Starke 1tate Thomas Sims late of Bradford who may want them in quantities from
law in the supreme ce urt of thai staTe in classes: from the powers of mon any office is Icqui melt to he 1111lI. the given Jackson) pal k a scientific knock every County Stat of Florida, deceased will come 10U to 5.000 plants at a most reasonable

.\u u of the sameear.. lie opoly. Shall Maryland[ mud idly by order! out." forwarulanI *ike immediate payment and all
remainedin governor s'mllake nn declaring persons hoI SBr claims against said estate will price- My t-bject in this is nmoie for the

California for two years, meeting withremarkable while the great battle is being tonght' I on what (lay tle same shall I be held and It seems also that there is trouble! with Bradford County, Florida. present then duly authenticated within the welfare of the strawberry growers of the

trust not. thc must lie no hurgufd in the deliver the same to the secretary of state, time requiredby law, or this notice will l e plead state titan for self aggrandisement and
success in his law to the lake front site. The Illinois
struggle. respect in bur ot thwrrecovery. N. M. BLANTON.
prclt'l we be better
IJt may whereupon the of state
secretary profit. Coriespoudeuce solicited.
and then he ictiirned to Alabama. pared to lender effieieu hal Central railroad has lien of kinr. Hampton.Ba.,Jul1i,1800. Administrator.
settling aid every pre-I I publish notice of the elect ion to be () a some -- -- ------ i>. F. OARDIKER.btarke. .

at Gicensboro. in llhle county lie practiced must he made to increase our therefor in one or more newspapers published upon it, and that corporation will not enter Notice. I"ia.\
: his profession iu that tate for by inducing all worthy to become weekly at the state for Subscription One Dollar per Price
ten persons capital 100 50ce-it
lot into( the airreeinont with to it by express; plants :
respect
members Year in Advance.As ; VIRTttOF AN ORDER MADE BY THE
't- duiitig two of which ha was the order by instructing them I less than fifteen days nor mine than BY
II'q. forty 2.i0
stifle'sattorney in the which the directors: of the fair regard as Honorable Win. F. Malphur. Judge of the 1,000 plants. $ ; 10.000 plints. $20.00.
; for the conn I v. principles of the grand organization: days prior to said e.ection. containing County e'ouitin and for th. County of Bradford.

In 1&80 lie moved to Jnck.onvitvlere, to which we belong." I I notice ot the vacancy or vacancies to be necessary. Besides before the site can be State of Florida, exuvisinn prubite powers,

Le has tduxremained.. I Hurng Assuring you of my confidence in the :I fled, and of the county or counties in used( many acres of the lake must be filled dated undersigned Auigiist1s.rtcoinmi8 A 0. 155).ioner, appointing to sell the me following the- U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER

,year in that city he was captain of ability of our farmers to successfully con I elections arc lo be held therefor, iu. and it is regarded) as doubtful whether an advertising k medium to real estatetelone-ing to the estate of Win J.
Ihe Jacksonville Light inflltt. ami inItftj4 and the of state shall also denver reach both ,t.Gnner. l.uof Biilkx-k: County. Georgia deceased
secretary readers of this
he was promoted to the rank of major duct their enterprise to winch the irou rod lo the shenll of such county or counties the secretary of war will permit (that to countyand situatrf said Oou ty of Bradford, at.ildes.r.beiasfoiloV.4

of the First has forced them. I remain with be I because the ; the State of Florida the : The southwt-s-t quarter of ;r
Fioiida battalion of the much in which such special elections are done place to be filled is section twenty four township ei ht south of

volunteer militia. \\ hen the Florlst"te respect your fritut, to l.e held a notice ot I the time of election i the only available harbor for vessels along EGII API I is valuable. Our TEL-I rauxe twenty!' eist (S*fcf S 24 T 8 S K 23 E).
troops were organized by act and of the offices to be filial C. fltajuij.gonehultlIlrSliint) sixty acres more or
-
S. F. QAUDINEH. Ly''e'lt'r a large pail: os the city fiont.. The outlook low less. Nuw ftf virtue of said order I wills-fit at ,
lature in and will be adhered
> 1887. M"jor4iung received hisS .- ot their respective counties, or any are strictly public auctiomn front of the ourt h,,usA doorin .
commission with the same ranking Hef For liapihits.The tilcts thereof, Ule the sheriff shall cause therefore for 1site on the lakefront I to in all cases. the Town u/Starke in the sail Cou ty of Bradford ;

has a thorough uiielerslanding of fuuda- :copy of notice to lie 1)UlI islmeIweekly is not very promising. on the f1 Monday in September. A. D.
mental law following letter from tfie Alabama: S 1890. it beinsthe fir"t day of SaiL month and a
and this. together with his in some newspaper printed in his Chicago does: not realize the importance I regular sale thy. the aforesaid described lands li.i; :
firmness and decision of character will Military Academy has just been if there be such and -
H'cc\ct county, newspaper, of belonging to ie estate of said de t'dl'nt. Said
qualify him most admirably for the posi- by Rev. Wm. F. Malphurs: I if there be no such paper printed in his eeltiing the questijii of the site alas I THE JOB DEPARTMENTof real estate si*) for distribution among the legal

two which he bus been selected to fill. nEAR Sm-Desiring to select the very county h<; shall cause at least five copiesof early a day as possible. If she does not expersesof heir nnd disflbutees administration and for the of payment SLid estate.of the

The salary l of the judgeship is $ ayear best class of young rum: for cadets, at.d such notice to be posted in the most make greater progress than she has yet in Terms cash,purchaser pay ing or titles. ,

and honors u is one of the mon important especially from the B.iptUt denomination, public arid conspicuous places in the selecting a site it will be a very long time theTELEGRAPH ROBERT KEITH. -AXD-
judicial in the utatc. have Aug. 8, lS* CommisMOi.erNotice
-_ we concluded to request u limited county. before she will be ready to open the fair. -
Florida number of pastors to appoint these young SEC. 7. Upon application fo registration .- Incorporation.
-
Moiuinatlou. for and each elector be to take I
The Savannah News men us; we wouldherefnrc be shal required A duty to Yourself. VOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER STARKE.FLA.
has the following I pleased to have you confei the enclosed out Hnt subscribe followingoalh: "Ido It. is surprising that people whlfusf\ I' an act d the legislature Florida entitled peciai attention civen to repairing WatekelI.

to say about our state ticket: appointment on bore suitable young man. solemnly swear (ur affirm) that I will common, ordinary pill when they e-an "An Act to iroviiie-1! g.nt'ralll\w for tne Incorporation Clocks and Jewelry &e.. &c. At! work d.a- "
If and defend the Constitution of the nf railroads ai.d canals" and all acts reasonable for cash
The hare protect at prccp
Florida
democrat have nominated you a son to educate would be secure valuable English one for the ameadatorythereor. the undersigned hare associated
a strong tate ticket. is glad to receive hioi.on it. Our school is United States and of the state of Florida: k-iune money. Doctore" r's English I thqpselves together under the name of Defendant.
ticket
I I Ihatwi strictly a first-class one, and we pay special that I am twenty-one years of age nnd pills are a POSITIVE cure for sick headache 'i The Starke bad Sampson City Railroad Com Notice to Non-resident

arouse the enthusiasm of the democ attention to Baptist As to the have been a resident of the state of Florida I and all liver troubles. Thev arc : I>any. for "}purpose of building. owning operating .

mtic'oter mid will be elected) by a majority standing of the Academy boys.), we take pleasure for twelve months and of this county : small, sweet, easily taken and do not Is complete in all its cltail111 we between and saSdcity msintaming of Starke a railroad and for Sampou public City use, IX ClHtUIT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL

larger than tht 0. which the last in referring He\ L. D. Bass 1 DUastorof ., I for six months alI I that. I am qualified toi'i gripe. 9 W. H. Rivuns. arc prejiare-d: to punt anything in in Bradford Itiunty: Florida CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
the I vote under the laws I : I COMER L. PEEK. BRADFORD COUNTY.
Mate democratic lUptist; church of this city Clslltulill ; of I
ticket was elected JJx- IWt the way of Commercial or Official JAMES S. BAILEY. .
li'C To
Baptist boys enjoy the advantages ot the Mate of Floldt. The UplJ visor of the Ladies. IN CHASCERT.To

Governor IJloxhun, nominee for comptroller JMiudiy bl'hol.l and church iuMiuetiou.I I registration and district ifgistniliou null- I I 'fhose whose stems. are poisoned and Stationery: Paml'hletCinalars} I Starte, Fla.. August 1800. JOHN L. GASUINS. Henry Meinhard, I.saac Meinhard. Samuel ami

is one of the most popular men iu i I .As the, vacancies are being rapidly filled CnN ii this act provided for are hereby i I j wbos- blood is in an iiup io Condition lilanks of all kinds I \Ub -am partners Memhard Join and,; business Elias A.under Weil,the merchants firm-name of

Florida, and deservedly In uct in this watt r HI authorized to administer this o.ilh. and '1 from the ati-orp'iou of impure matter I etc. -- :tt inhard. Bros. Jt Co.:
M. unct.
every. IIIIC.S CHAS. LisK, Sec. the elector shall also be lequired under''I|I due. to oieiistrual irregularities, followed Notice. You are hereby ivqiiire before the first Monday
rapacity in which he has serve-! the ['' oath to administered the I'by ihe sickly look, lost color and general : in September A_ IX 19O,to answer plead ori
Iunts\'ie. by i AU pen.oIlFlIIlt'ble.1! to thees'ate or .
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t I registration | wreck of.the :1 demur to the bill in filed ftsiostvoulnI
he Las 1| system are peculiarly i equity
pie proved linut worthy of "the As Judge Malphurs has been honored olliciT give such tlescrilliol) ol himselfas ,, benctitted by the uondeii'ul tom and I Yoik are hereby nont>ed to come forward and I the Circuit Court. Brad!orti I'emniv. Florida.t>TI
trust reposed in him, and) ible- \\ ill be fufficieut identify hisj I I settlethesaise. and nil person havii jjcl.iima I Theodore Edwards and Milton JI. F-dwanis.
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dischaiging
S cHp by the Academy iu this ceall j blood cleansing prop(rti1-* of P. P. P.- I a Hin>>t the said estate are required to present Tn.-
the duties imj>os.d upon him.! f In.m tC'tiou.f pastors person with the .tct legislation.: Prickly ash, Poke root nd Potassium Give us a call th-m. tinly atheuticateil, within the time re-I CRipn.1 hereby u designate the published Bradford in said County cotinty.**
our he newspaper
desires
county us to (( Continued our next.) I quired la*, or this notice wilt be plead in bar be published
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people respect hlea and have im- CORNS REMOVED QUICKLYAnd I \, ol their recikery. \v. T. hue newspaper i which this notice'
Tie state that lit hits; the blanks for appointment II WEEKS.I : ; and that said notice nhall be publiShed
Ll1undct confidence in him. of An-a general liniment for sprains and surely by the use of Abbott's East I _Aug. 8,iggii ____ Administrator_ four consecutive weete in said paper prior u>
I a f.i'U 111 i lrdf.'rll county lirnUes or for rheumatism, lame buck, Indian Corn Paint. ubldilJe for the first Monday in Sefctviuber A. D.I90. Order-
The nominee fo'justice of the supreme and will lt pleased to bear fiom applicants deep seated or muscular pains., Chamberlain.s I The best cure for 'orns, Warts and your county paper 'I fed at chambers,J uly SOtU.18'0. -/ '

court, ex Lieu! ?, GOT. Mabry, although for the I'ain Balm is uur\IUo. For sale 'l Bunions is Abbott's East Indian Coru Examine our Samples and our : \Vc use our best endeavors in \uur' : Signed> Jons F. Anre.
at 1 CircuitCompl'a
position
f once. W. U B. RHODES. Judge of Judicial
by U. Ilivers. Paint. It never tails. Try it! Prices. They will Please You. interest. One dollar: year.PPPIPPPIIP. Sol'r. ft Florida.t .


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k1'B1ISHED "817.1 BRADFORD GOUHTY TE LEG Rk PH. I I Only B !lovinz couple.'I I Lake Butler is certainly a pear : ai. c. L. sar.: '" I ANNOUNCEMENTS.--- |fc.' ,- ..

__ BStarke :'I' Only a Swinging gate. countl\". )fr..J. L Hill of that Has not the timepsssed! tnt bickeringsIn I
--- | I Only an tngrv father place sent to offset- tins wck ; our county? We have now no sectional I FOR SHERIFF, .
J Jf Swearing it is too lute. I our a .
: J. 88 ALVAREZ ::1 Fla.? Aug. 22, 1890.I I I mammoth LeConte which weighed i issues. There are demagogues whowould The: friend- of Pliny J* '"'rrw's announce -' .
Miss May Chalker of him as a suitable candi.Hte for Hit office _
: I j Middleburg I
swe".t for their advancement
is a of Miss Jessie Jones. f fi 20 ounces, and as j'ncy! ami ; as' pcisnnal of Sheriff in and fur the Uoiiu'v of Brad .
local affairs. i guest a pear can be. I. keep up these old sectional fire:*.. but- ford. Slate of Fluridn. and ii'ptelruuy-. pUti.zens

I i The young folks had a social sessionS; "Jet the dead past bury its dead: i Is my f.nlicit fur him the l suffrages: of LU fellow- .

4,I 1 Jones dance at the Armory last Friday The city council in !special I.: motto. Our people must now look to hi the coming electionFOR -
Sells ..
Shoes.It Tuesday morning granted the right MA.'tt FnzFjj
nigh their interests neither the alliancenor
; own ; ... ..
DEALER IN' ; of way through town to the Starke ::.
may rain or it mav pour, the democratic party owes any d,-l>t: TAX COLLEirroU.
I I.f but JONES 31r. and Mrs.:: J. White of Lawteywere and Sampson City railroad. This I .
sells Shoes.: the people do not a. but demand a hearing The friends of Emery P. Ward take .
in the city this week on a business road will enter town somewhere ,
Merchants May puff and blow I in the conventions. I dare say nine- ibis method of announcing him as a cau .:
south Madi-on: S
\ but Jones sells Shoes. trip. avenue. i tenths! of the alliance men in this county diddle for the office of Tnx Collector of Ii .

They may kick Blame out of The pear crop of the county is Unless! our streets are designedfor i hive; heretofore caal their ballots with the nspcctfuUy Bradford county solicit for the the ensuing support'lerm of sail the lit'!

the cabinet, bnf Jones sells much larger than was anticipatedlast fall pasture for the cattle of the ; democratic party. and old put ties are voters at the cuoimg: election. ,

> shoes. spring. neighborhood it i is: time they h0I1I.l1 near hud dear to uj. they cannot be broken Ills FKIK.NPS-'

i( The republicans the Misses Coonie Richard and Kate I be "worked. Their grassy condition by any mere whim or capnce.and! <;e FOR THE.l GnElt.

J\;' force bill I, but Jones may sells pass shoes. Bunker paid a visit: to Newnansville soil may be an advertisement for our who undertake it do so at their pt'rit.) In The fricud-- )h. J B. Caaun aui.oai.ce -
but for the
this week.A certainly Dot energyof M} intercourse with representative men hIm a candidate for County Treasurer. .

They all build fine houses, our people.Mr from the different sections of our county anti earnestly! solicit the auffr.i r of the

14;.. BUT JONES SELLS SHOES. short street has been opened up R. F. Eusey, formerly I find but one sentin.ent: We are democrats vutcrs at the coming election .
!I; 4 from Madison street to Morgan'sbrick FaIEcn&WatdoDoa.
When Gaskins gets to be Starke hut now a member of the and propcse to make the fight "with I
governor
Ii' THE LATEST NEW buildings. '
YORK AND Jones will sell shoes engineer corps that i is surveying a malice toward none anti justice to all!," j

.; PARISIAN STYLES. Congress will Baptizing on Cypress run next railroad from Macon to Savannah, and a decided negative to any movementthat A number of relatives of the contracting

. ... unseat Bullock, Sunday. Those who cau go shouldnot I Ga., was in the city last Sunday, would throw the alliance in antagonism parties gathered at the residence os Mr.

4 j JONES STILL SELLS SHOES.See fail to attend. shaking hands with his friend to the democratic Inrt).. There are and Mrs. (Jason. ThurvUy. the 14h inst..

) to witness the marriage of Jlr. !
!
!'"t."," ..,' our reduced prices on (Ging The Jolly Owls had a pleasant The Young Ladies' Working Society vital questions before u*; rings sjadicates inonlledd
'11.< to Miss: Weeks Cason. Promptly]
ki S hams. Truby, Stemburg & Co. dance last evening. Warm weather, of the Methodist church will and monopolies with their many:

i : ', A Jreat Display of SILKS, LACES, RIBBONS, and OUNA:1ET Printed Lawns 4c yard at but they will dance.A hold an ice cream festival tonight.A hra per I Ktv. D. I..
1:: ; TS, Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair Ornaments J Truby, Sternburg & Co. Sunday school will be organizedat good time i is promist-d. Every- ihily behooves us as citizens tax-payers tastefully: decorated Br.icning.: for The the occasion parlor wia and '

: numerous to mention. Milk body invited. The festival will beheld :inst! conservators of our country to stand
.r t.-BtYk8 w shakes at leacnatn' the Presbyterian church next iKmntituI
a was served. The
':ii -J. 3 at the residence of Mr. II. S. shoulder to shoulder and repel ese ag- supper pew .
4 A full 'tine of paints ana oils at Sunday at p. m. W aber.: grts.jrs. ball? we supinely follow a few couple tire gone to rcilile in Ocaa.Capt. ? .

l: f; JmburgS, Swiss Embroideries Plain and Embroidered Hen-stitch- Truby, Sternburg & Co. Rev. A. B. Campbell preached at i would-be leaders played out years ago, Wm. Dole died at his itoldtnrein .
Master Gussie i
;! : .. ed Suits Lcflo Skirtings and Van:: D\ke. Laces: Queen's Laws, Lemonade and soda water atMeacbarn' the Baptist cburch..-h'1t Sunday in I to his little friends Knight on gave Tuesday a party I or shill we as men meet the present, pressing I Waldo Thursday tug 14. The tun-- r...,

.:; ::; India-Linen, Checked and Lace-Striped Lawn and the morning and evening.Mr. I afternoon, tho! occasion being his issues of to-day! It was proven at the al sermon was prraclud by RCT.:, V. 4>.. .

}, : Nainsooks, Solid and Fancy-Striped "Partidos" cigars atH'iberger Cha E.Vvman !left for eighth i llirth(13iee refreshments state convention th;it the alliince! is a big Blackmail to a very la.ge audience. The

} Satteens. & Richard. Boston Wednesday of last week to were served and Gussie fl'ceinr11 i factor in the ballot of our state. Shall we. high estimation in which this hooureU ,>Id -

J;,. 1 it,: Take your girl to .Meachara's for a I attend his mother's funeral.If many: nice present':. the people sacrifice ourselves or shall we I man WitS held ia the community was

;) French Sailings Heal !lull Linen Chambrays, Nun's-Yeiling, cool temperancedrink._ every one who played the foolS Mr. T.V.. Sweit has as beautiful I' iu our public capacity proclaim in thel J IlhOWII! by the very long i>uce>3ton l>j hi-.

]' :f" Henriettas, Sicle-Band-Snitings etc. etc. Bargains in ladies' and misses' II lid died and turned to clay. I ; wrll4 of Grover ClevtKnd: : "Public of. List resting j"'ace.
a 27 months old: filly as; i is often seen
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low shoes at How many people would Ix left I lice is public trust. and hold every HffiI I Suudiy nigul a Urge crowd assembledat !

:f The Largest L-n e Of Truhy, Sternburg & Co. Alive cod well to-day? I j in en any Mr.country.S\\ eat' farm This in colt this was county raided c-tiT. state and county. to a strict accountability I lie At.home! to wiluets the opening

and All kinds of temperance drinks at Miss Jessie Jones visited Middle- j I tn his immediate constituency for !of u night-blooming: certu It \\a* *
himself
is Saccarappa Ameoskag Ginghams ever Soith. hJ'r.. M. M. Driversho; -
brought A
kuieast/pr MeachamX opposite office. burg this week, where she was the I I his p'ihlic acts? Cynics say this i is: an age ixrge beautiful flower.
'
post i is fine horseman is in this
; fcanttfut: Un of C1IALLIES at S cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and guest of MNs May Ch Ike1'. .j aq as corruption. Bosh! The masses of the S
Hams, shoulder sausage, butter, I con ntv. I Tie stlmerlert" has again resuin-
{. r ORGANDIES. i cheese, etc., just received by I Prospects are good for a lively i |, people are as honest as tlll'r were ed her service on the canal and the lakes

""- THE COMPLETEST LINE OFChildren's Wills & Owenq. time this winter. Lots of people'will I Have you seen the monster safe. i Ilit'J litve simply slept over their rights after a thorough overhauling and repairs.
< Trubv; & Co.'s It i i.
: Misses' and Ladles' be here from the frozen north. i iHon. U Sternburg I j The 4.ty i.f retribution is at baud and wOt
t, Hose ever offered to the tnde Have you tried Sweet Home flour? ii i fire proof and :large monuh to hold until him who cannot give a good account I Miss: Gertie Will. of Stnike. has been

,; } in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed\ Un.lervests: In every style.) Parai, The sales are increasing every day. J. D. John, a possible! candidate II' the tiiiu'-lock burglar-proof! safe and I of uis stewafdfchip.: I Ii .lietD vuitinc friends in \VaIdiv.! V.

; Gloves! etc. Brown and Bleached Cottons Table The be&t trade iues! it. For pale by; for the legislature: paid our: leave of for .
: Fans, Linen, yet plenty room papers.This i The people cannot be seated by i/*& If Not a Call!! Man.

i r Napkins, Doylies, Towels and Towel Crash, Summer Jcaunrul'f. Heiberger & Richard. sanctum a pleasant: \isit this week.The is the largest! and safest safe in the alliance does this-/the alliance does: Editor TELEGRAPH I tlm evening

;':", .Cottonades. \Veha\e reduced our 12i cent F. C. & P. railroad will; give I Starke, and probably; in the state. i I| that-if the tepuir.icana; and independents>> I received my paper amid for the

ginghams to lOc, al\llthe lOc do. to half fare rates to the republican: Miss ..Alic"a1l, who has been dn .v,! Stuff and nonscnce! The democratic first time read %lr. llalphnrs' reply'

LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF SEOES 8c. TruLy, Steinburg & Co. convention at Ocala on the 2.>ih I sojouniing in Starke about turee t party of old Bradford u: a unit and lit my commuiiicatioii: of some time

'.c v; IN THK CITY. I Haby c\n1gt's-fTl1rn': $2.50 to 20 inht. months! has retained to her home in I the foolish man who makes any other cal- ,! a- o.

.; ':;i at Truby. Sjernburg & Co. Work on the school house is getting : Middleburg. :Miss Alice is a blight culalioa will be badly left. I freely 1\11-1 While: not wishing to engage in a

.t ff' Every one pleased! and fitted.Ve are sole igents for the world-nnowued TO 15 E ( GlAWAY, a nice along lIicdTll s i is one of young laitv, and made many friends mit Mint there arc extremists in and outside personal coiitrovers-y! I respectfullyak

: present with every pound of coffep while here. Miss Ethelyn Rictlardal'coI111Janierllll'r the alliance place in your paper for a few
who
'i it JAMES MEANS $2, $3 $4: Shoe. 1 the tim't.tchool buildings in the I Istat I are fanning; these.
you buy of Wills & Own for a fSb"rt'isit.; but thanks the words more.I .
fires to intelligence! of our
,?: It A FINE LINE O CLOTHING GEJTTS'FURNISHING I WeUNI! to close out our stock of : I This summer cur people have triedto people they amount to only great big O. k"ow that: Senator Call friendsare
will in the
parasols! and sunshades and sell them School not commence very numerous in Pine Hill prediflet. -
The people may as well understand that
;: l' GOODS Trunks and Valises. SaddlesJBridle J j *, at ot for the next 30 diys. Ladie,., Bradford County High School until of doors keep th and anntrd with: "dull marked season": success.They out. the alliance will not split the democraticpaitynfold I know that a !large majorityof

Wool Collars Jet not this chance 'i l he free term will begin the citizens of Bradford county
best slip
the hand. by.Truby
Harness always on 19do1'l.r. democratic Bradford. The
:. have set the mason: carpenter
1 Stern-burg & Co. '. wish! to return him to the senate. Of
; tf FANCY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of all kind* HARDWARE I :nnH painter to work. and thus put I I people will rule as democrats; the people his personal or social standing I
The ladies of the M. K. church The legites to the republican will that all
filiation besides :see: our interests are protected
: : and Farming Implements, Crockery, Tin and Glass Wa-e Furni will some money in I question! nothing. I hive heard'ome
i hold their ice cream festival in convention at Ocala from this county helping' themselves and tte town by regardless of sections or factions i isms: orS
; and Stoves aho sole agent for the celebrated "LOVE'JEWINGMACHINE Mr. Rivers' brick Tuesday Hull H. j of his persona! frjt.11l1s-a. they v
i.inre store every I are L. C. C. Thompson the inipro\ernents. >. drinks
be
claim that
; ri -works button holes, sews on butions anti does frery kind afternoon and evening until I and Chas. Dell. '; people shall see that no issue shall -acknowledge
I would like drink. I
I). Newingh.im: has added to hisstock more than to
further
notice.
, ,n. of Fancy work, all for the same price as other machine There is e\ery pro, -poct for a }big ,: some
v4' Jelly tumblers and fruit jars at hotel at Kingslry I before another j I and harr.es I Harness: as lowas I men a!* South Carolina's Hampton. .- moderate drinker-somewhat ad-

\ ST ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE Trnby, Sternburg & Co. season. Several capitalists are in-j i iI *S )per set, everything in propor bauia's: Morgan. Georgia's Gou'on. Texas vanced. l Hut let that go for what it

The only *2 a day hotel in Jackson tigating::: :: the scheme. !II. tion. Also two good houses, one" Heagju. FloridVs Call or Bradford's G-u- is worth. .

BEST GOODS the least MONEY! v ill u is The Travelers.Glas I kins without just cau t".% Such mea will I what I said l efore-
Jilways the for Rev. R. Ij. Kcigswin. of the Mission I nearly new; good water, plq\ ant now repeat
: china and wooden ware Presbyterian: Synod, will preach location, pleasant neighbors.! One I always enlist the hearts of the people some of n04 would rather') ,'otblank
at Wills & 0\\ j when true to their ccn titucnts.I than ballot for Sen. Call's
cheap l'US. in the Presbyterian church! nest Sun. with furniture if le'ied.'ill sell to cat a

' Mallory's New York Florida lines Our stock of grocerievilh\\ alwaysbe day morning and evening. on reasonable terms. I 31. C. Ltvr. re-election. I am speaking of !Sl'me.
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found complete. not all, and will repeat that Stnatot '
Tbe Alliance I.
Democratic
Rev. F. Shand will "You seem to have had shareof
Joseph! not yonr Call has friend in Pine
& Co.
Truby Sternburg ,
Editor: TELEGRAPH there has been many many
preach next Sunday, but his pulpit precipitation lately remarked a I IIi!! I thi to show

; lew York, Philadelphia, Boston and, all points North ad. thci. Tuesdays Ice' cream at" every Ntahanfs.Vihls&weu afternoon. except Thomas.will be filled No in evening the morning service.by Rev. ., other candidate day.to"I a don't Wateroak understand farmer) your the and much others said pro with and reference: con by to alliance the intention men that tice. precinct.I am My motto not doirioj is ay to anybody do injus oujustice '

- I sell W. S. W's lingo," said the farmer, "but if you I of our order in regard to the politics of very
:' .7. 7; > FKRNtJTDIWA, BVERYTIUJRSDttf. and M> I and positively
4 Truby, Sternburg & Co. have commenced agree
dulling l rom fEW YOKK liVEUY FRIDAY AT :3 P. |- "None Such" flour. Try a barrel. mean candidate to eat us oaten Ihe impending campaign. I wouU offer a that Piiielull's
with Mr.
work their warehouse. assert Malphure ..
-IRONSTEAMERS- : The only all yiar hotel in Jacksonville This makes on brick house an' home an' keeping us from I solution: of the matter by saj'ing. th.it: as citizens are the purest of dem ..
: i i" the Travelers. Rates $2a six new buildings skinning that little moan watfg'nssfrom : our ulliaoce!! platform harmonizes with the
of this fact 1 for
erected in Starke since Jan. 1st.! ocrats. As a proof
beds then hit it gK>riom traditions of the democratic
ORANoi day. tfAfter our tater you party
would
RIO ; _ I one-and I know ot others-
The favorable weather for about we hold that it is and
date will sell remaining sweet right. our duty privilege
t Captain Connor. i we our I: be pleased to retire Senator Call to
I stock of straw hats at exact potatoes this reason has ciused early j:: pleasure to support the regular nominees, his anions labors
; 4c _ _ _ Tbe Bradford Connty Guards have private life after
I New York this is bona fide pantings: to mature quick, and our whether in or out of the alliance; provided -
.k STATE OF JE>;!AS cost; a i received their arms and accoutre of t -,elve yp-ars in the United States
offer. Truby Sternberg & Co. market has been stocked with pota- however that the nominatinu is not
The .
Captain zlhms.r menU boys are busy cleaningup : s nate
i ; I Best Elgin creamery butter only toes for somf time. their guns, and emery paper: and tLc result of a po'iticul aspirant's logrolling !- Understand, Mr. Editor, there in!

r City of San Ant9nio 25c per pound atTruby Rev. T. T. Thompson, of the A. French l.'hallarc at a premium. The through the Mib-aH'uncta to dru'n for nothing personal in this:! matter for

Captain Wilder. Sternburg, & Co. M. E. church across the Alligator boys are as proud of their guns asa himself a following. as is being attempted I despite our diffetences of opinion I .
: that hereafter : I little his fir-t or by J. 1) Johns who is riding the Lobby of Mr. best friend
Steamers arrival of train leaving 4:15 p. m. In order to make room for our elates no political: IJoy'l'r pair am one Malphnrs
leave Fernandina on Jaeksonvilt. fat 1 block of shoes we will make meetings can be held in that church.If boots. As for C.ipt. Ueiberjjer i of a leducliiia! in taxes, ever forgetful of S.) with sincere. wishes for Senator

TrainsVf the Florida Central & Peninsula Railroad from all poinlsouth, arrive special prices. well, we havn't room in this small! those bonds be helped to saddle upon the 'ail's retirement from public life
have item of interest al-
tBFernydin"5.ip.fn.Thursdty, rn kin? close.conn&' ions. & Co. yon office to tell it. people under the burden of which manyof I am, yours truly,
Sternburg
Truby
': Sleunera stop at Brunawii'k,Ga. only, and arrive in New York ondays W:1.pt tend them to the TELEGRAPH.
best relief
. i.ut people&'ughmt by moving MARION F. MOORC.Ii .
i LEAf"RSAKDUf Loaded shells at Truby, Stern to make a good and .
Help us the of
&ATK KKW TORS. paper Through courtesy C.ipt.Heiberger other
to counties
ere our Crowe Fl.u 19 1800.
prospects Aug.
,
k J'rId&v. Anl 1_.....STATE OF SA OF TEIA9 lcSlO.::.,......,......... J.Thurjiday nu hy. ,.Au Aug.|?. 14FRlD 7 burg & Co._ we will help you by making a good we visited the Armory had brightened by the passage of thr -- -.. --- ---
PS J'rida.r. -8 iL'-:: ..........CITY.......bT.4.TE 0... 1EI\8........-....-.U'' AS ay, ug. 21 Wire and canvass cots at Truby, paper.' when the boys were nnt on dre?* I"ring the epidemic of flux In this
T. Aug. SAN ... TO IO.......................__. ursd.1y. A.U .Z'iFrida I bill for our relief from the said; burJt'n. county las' summer. I had h.ndvo 1c top
Fr&y,.:Au.t:29'Au :.2:=:::'::'::.::.::,.:::CITY...STATE OF OF TEX.VSHL ..............................:ThUI"lld.y.SC pt.4 Sternburg_& Co. Tho'c! who intend to be candidates parade. We found everything cleanand Mu.re aiou.; Ozt.vs M. ALVJIKCZ. I : .' Barbell wire and fence staples at for county offices this fall I, in good order. The miv gun I Aug 18. 1S90. I CliolTH and Diarrbttfi Reu ...ly on l>and.H .
IS For general information!' 'L'1R. AgentWest Bay Street JMson.n.e. FUG Truby, Sternburg & Co. should not wait longer before rack, although iticomplet.shows ...>|>lf- often came ten or tweU miles in
Agent'OtCtI4rSt. Fernand. FlA. any I I ConlnzLake that Drlde.I the night tu get a bntle of the ttmiimly.
B. II CO BY, that order anil is
I Harrison's celebrated town and announcing, as the limp till election discipline being I n-tve been soiling p-ttent medicine! for
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Pier 20 flit., Butler. Flit., Aug. 16. 1890.Editf.r
C. H. MALLORY&CO.eneraULgents, oroed. A little ....
country paints, ready mixed, in 8 is getting hhort.Beautiful I en very encouragement I thn I..t t<-i ye rtt aud hud that it b.
; TELEGRAPH noticed in your l. tvitisfattion in of di-
from our citizens will make jrivm eUer case*
different shades Stern-
;I-- I at Truby, Kingsley! lake los none this the "crack of the I p.ir| of the loth; inst. a complaint respecting arriiuMaivl nu'l::. 'h-in any oth "r InNi -
& Co. compan "nltlPoi.-J.
burg -iiie I have ever H. I) iihain. -
of its The and the amount of lumber
popularity. bought
INVESTMENT young tate. dn);! iMt. Gol ud.*. Pop co.. lit
HOME Wills & Owens give great bargains old alike pay frequent. it to its bridge the Lake Butler branch. Over 5
in provisions.! shores and enjoy a plunge in its If tarke citizens arc determined I would! merely state the fuel that Itt the in that: county (tiurint the epidemic

T BUILDING AND LOAN ASSQGATION Why buy an inferior sewipg machine placid water. to have a new railroad, why don't point where Main street crosses saidbnu.cii. ferre-l to;wth.-only t>.!. ieniw It was ly a pertectMuit-vxM ibit did cure aii-t Ihe

: and pay a fancy price w hen Sunday school: i is hell' in Starkt-j they do xomethinir to get the Western : -I the latter is much wider than at worste-ouci'. P"ZE'rL" ur I*J'OIOruf there
AND can buy a Domestic or New j I road or the Midilleburg *t Lake | the old for I. Owing to a peculiarity it! t-ertitvth.it: it saved their lives. In
you in the churches Sunr1.1tht'1Bal'ti
e\ery i I Butler road to come to larkl'. cither I the branch at said 'ros ing it found lour other.'piduui'If{ $ t """tl'ou1pl Lin'
i was
; Home for $:35 at'I'mhy
HOME ,i t and )Methodist in the morning :i 'I ibis! remfdr ha* b(*n e-ju.illy "ul"l".rul.
; OWN A Sternburg & Co. and the Christian; the Piesbyt1and :I of which would come citizens if encouraged.Some will kick. and tiecestry Mtiy-live to make teet s.nd lonir.bridge Thi one*. hundred I triM.expLiini'lhe 21 and .50 cent bottles lor sale by W. II.Itivers. .
day: our ; I i
:: been <1 in Florida. Bargains summer goods. Call I erian : Episcopal' :: in the afternoon matter suisfactorily tocverv. _.
have never equa themselves all for
The terms of this sociotion! and examine. ;, o\e.r not getting : tax-paver.: Notice to Teachers.
; It offers terms that hhouldl'nalJle! every man to instead. of I ing rent to avears. Truby. Sternhurg &: Co. Reports of rust: on ihe cotton are I I cither of these road-i to Starke, just ;i Jon ; A. KINO.j : *
iu r. f It I "omill from all of the I If i A Teachers, InsTitute will begin at IiksHtif'er
landlord, have same sum pay for the same property quarteN the saineas_ they ha\e because they I E pltK"opal; Merritt... on {lJntl..y.llgu..r Mfh. and will
Wills & Owenhave just receivedan i NmntThe which was look- I II lid the G. S. it F. to i
not come
'offers the Ut t terms toSTOP crop 'I eret. j Bishop \\'eed of Florida will be i continue twenty d-iy Th ; service of
MORTGAQE.Address immense !stock of groceries.N. I ling extra tine until about 3 weeks I by Starke."Where. an accomplished lench: have l been SI.Cllr-
A 'in Starke next 'I 1 the 26th
uesday
J. Jones is selling summer dress ]! ag""o, is cut off quite mat<:riall) I ed.! Himrd cno be ha.I at f3 U, $150 per
the above named Association and challics at price. is the circus building inst., and will preach and confirm '.e( k. The Board Of Public Instruction
JACKSONVILLE F1JIUDA, lawn any Mr.f and Mrs.I J. C. Wills left yesterday inquired a stranger of a Starke man. j applicants at the Episcopal Minion I will do everyihing; in their power tn make

5 EVERETT BLOCK, -_.-- Wills & Owens: will deliver any for Kentucky, where John "Cirrus ? We hain't saw !J hou-e. Rev W. S. bimp:<,on-Atnio'e the Institute wecetw. and will expect'

RIERSDEALEI goods boughtof_ them free of charge will take a course of lecture* in the : no circus, you for say the l.is' four \(:lr11 ." ;I: and I Ilev. J. \\". Barker, of (>iine -I every tencher wauling empl.>>menl :n
II. i '
W. Bradford attend.
I [ Ticket No. 80 has drawn the "sil- Louisville! Medical College. They ; "\\'( I wis looking at ati those \'iIItwill also be ;present Service county to JOSEPH!: I*. HIM..

: DI'R DO STUB" ,- ver piece" given: away with coffee at 1 t will return to Starke in about a yeai: :. bars and ladders ahf queer I contrivances -I I at ;:*;0 p. M. Sup't Public Instruction. .

I, ShoesJ : Wills & Owens.will The person forward holding for- I 1 Even if the cotton crop falls sorn-- lying aloii' the !streets, and. i; Call for a County Democratic_ Conven. \U;. 15 le90. Braflford Co.. Fht.T.K.o -
ticket
this
r ) come I' 'ihat short of expectation! the corn judged that eircusei! wintered here ; ti:>n. InekIeu'. Arnlrm Salve.

.!, .:? ;; ;;; :'T ;; I :aa-J the prize. _ !| crop has boon heavy and the potato and ii...ed those thirgs to practice up; The democratic party of Bradford !.c-.ut Salve in the world for Cnut.
I
1 to .t J' I N. J. JONEs' CLEARING OUT Ion.'h them's BrHi 4 ". ?;"r"8. Ulcers. Sll, Kh. niii,
hk's"IIU
;; :'. ; ciciaaxi.gs will he unusually so. Farmers \, ctinnel county will! hold: a convention in
: !"1j: f' :: :?- i'l-? I ell crop Fvpr &re G 5 SALE.I am going to every have no reason to complain.A :: sidwalkVe! gin hit up to repair'em ., :Stark; on Wednesday September f ('hitlaiv... (.*('rn4 suit altHkln Erllpt -

:Ii ; vaid of summer dress !good on my as we find hit giv,-< our gals a Kith.( 1890, ct 11 o'clock a. m., top t lion... 111111 J'H"'lti\"t"t., (lIr'It PUett.or nnrf'lluirnl.

rn'k ,: .. .. ). Gents' Furnishg Goods. Shelves regardless of cost, to make fine drove of Jersey cows were I jrraceful kerridge to be cverlastin'lyskippin' nominate candidate to rt'l'refo'ntI hay h i ji* icnarauteed to aciVd
;a. I of fall and winter brought to town last week and disposed perfect At *r..ti..u. or money refunded
room for niy stock : i and I halaiicin' on them Vreplanks 1 ad: of Bradford the
; county in next .
Price lx x. For ae by.
Our iitper
MOTIONS various

?: { P f t n ,: DRY GOODS: goods.! --- i!j people of arc to taking a parties.great deal of and ftr'nigers." legislature.The: several election districts of J 1Jr"J:, i..t8.I -.- --- S

SEEDLING Off 10 the Urrat lrop..II.
CLOUD'S their stock.
interest in improving : The following ver e, written upon
Jr' (RASKINS.I Having just rccdvei large stork of t of scciiud ro-e-colored the county are entitled to the followIng -I Mr. N. J. Jones mir enterprisiu* 3' unerthaiit. <
to I V.V. Tumblin has :a slip papr.ft.lI ,
\ number
the nlxve poods we arefepared supnlv Judge ouithanks j of delegates I : District I kit I.-itt \\'t-dnt:1'd..y fur New
Aun IKDrus a call and m- STRAWBERRY PLANTS. out of the hat of one of Starke'sbeans l1
your wllnts GiveP here. for a quantity of ripe delicious i No. 1, Lawtey, 10 I ; dist. No. 2, Lake 1 York' city and Boston to purchase hU fall
: e e : he lifted the latter
to
before ( as alady
sil prKuls tyIng
5i McdicineuStarke :: our |I pears from his farm west of Butler, 27; dist. No. 3, Palestine! 9; "nd ts i..tr. etock of "'.nerd merchandise.Mr. .
IXER the the other j
: RIVERS & I I The judge always has plenty on street day: li-t. No. Providence No. |
town. I ( 4, 11; Ji the wants
Jonrs is alive ctwtcm -
FIat GROWERS :
STRONG
: tRKE t'L.Pbfl'itiuus' \. VERY very ".qt.i Kinl.vs *xndv V -sch. ; I
0.023 b ; ot good things and never forgot* his! upon Pine Hill! 13 dist. No. C :Staike
: ,
i Prescriptions I Prolific. Firm and good shippers and i And with a reed I wro'e upon tbe sand i j5 I r*. lie ;; :j friends. these; nr.I: !123; dist. No 7, Hampton, 7.
Plants borne n. I gooda! and buys rirect from the imporirr
; C4rtfltl1iComlturuIidat all Jiovr*-dav otnfy.'it We Wjll1iveTHEBAADFORDCOWITY I Rust Proof. grow I J Mr. N. W. Hackttt has returned I I 'Agnes. I lot'etht-e.I T. I' 'YoI j The chairmen of the varjpas district and nianuNcturrrThus be become*

1 B. 0. ALDEX.j !' from Kant.z'hl're; he went on a I! As we have had some brisk wind* J will please give proper notice the only middleman from the lonms to thtJ '\

BANK J20 IN FIZESSTARICn j Lawtey. He. I business trip. I lie brought 1.wk.: : for the la-t few days which<<; might : anti hold their district meetings to cot>winner. Of Ouch l.u. int-sj inca Si Mr. '.

!i On'.er! rt-ci-Jveil by J. THOMAS. Star e, i with him T head of tine Kentucky I have: cau! e-l the ",'n\1ons IiiII tt s" ;I suit themselves. Jones we are ju"ny proud. .

A FLOKII).\. tArtidf'1J writt' Family[ Garden- i flllg8-4t to obliterate what lie wrote in the Jos. L. hut.I .
For tb* t* : : | Fla. .. mules to work for the Wall Lumbercompany. i, J Died.
Dow a 4h'twral JJankins liusine-f. n s for th .- fIAJHIIJ.ftLTIRJST iJ> ; !, ------ -- sand the above fr the 'I Chairm. Co.; .
laIpal t l'HIZE... n "".y L. : - 1: we publish IX m. Hx. Com.Slarke I .\t b<>bi<>ii, 3Ia.%:*.. the 13.ii iutt at 10
t'ar.-r
Fxchaim bought an-J hold on ,.l1l'rln. )li,='1 If. FCor'{'8rtICU IIJ. tor a epyof. WILLIS A. HALL : !benefit of AgueMr. -. Fix, Aug. 22, 1800.g !) .-/cck: .1. in.. )!r'4. Miry Elsni.r U'jmau.
'' cities u. A dniufh-
}.urope. I >W-ir'our atihtanitirne.4tothe fcll mm a..l.unc.' putJu-her at 1 at their: school house last :'atuirdavand : J. 11. P.irker ;is the IJii! l"'l i \"Curdin to recent figures the people ?t..ter aud nnmerout friendi! t-.

s.. Collections Promptly Attended To- onef.rauP1 Y, !!:T R. Pub.. i:iMAfHINIST AND INVENTOR. i cleamd up the yard and pit: man in town for s man of his s'li it it f 'ibis country are l..,ngr lived than tbo'w I minim her 1"8.4.UC'II'f'rl"in -
'rr and where.'c
O. I : how
LeLand.Florbtla.YOCRLtC1ESSsOLICJTED. :t of Euiope. ID thi f untrjei .1 the best of order. They i is a telegraph operator and
I [ things in young : : sun* ('16t of every l.OoO dL each year iuEnul.iuid I ; \\ n-aeli unr e.rThly C-H!: .
Fine work on-1 MODEL OF INVENTIONS aabove raised *15 that due on I I already be anxious: to tarn ....
E1.EGI'II ONLY i also was yet ; appearto the average: is twenty, in Germany Therefore e=icli hour for dealh prepare
J. 31. SEIDLE, Pre 't. i THE I pl'<-"Alty. Fend to aJJrt-: for augS-4t InTorma- the building. his livelihood bv honest toil. tWent)'-'IX:. Be ready.: O my boui,"
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POINTERS ADVERTISING. summarize briefly, it might be said FLORIDA-DE rOR(} A TS. GEN. XT H OK ----- .

y Bradford Couli1yTeergPhJ A newspaper advertisement should that succcsFful J advertising requiies: -

; :: aside from announcing a good and genuine First, ideas; second, an ability and disposition AN ENTHUSIASTIC CONVENTION AT BY THE (: & Co :

them out. New ;;
,4 BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY bargain-possess a unique or strik- to carry j.rac- CCALA LAST WEEK- TION FROM

4. -. ing appearance;; a feature that will from I tical ideas in the way of advertising are t
: -- created day or every week. In One of the Shortest, .
attention not
its originality, attract at a every :
FLORIDA. Executive ----
STARJrE; : Strongly Kndorseil the State ,
be fact the who in competition with Decisive of
glance. Your advertisement: should man
Committee-lion.,V. 1). IJloxham NomInated "
$ .# "', MEMBER OF made to look unlike that of any other the superior talent now similarly employed for Comptroller by AcclamationFor gates were Solid I'IWVI3IX FLOUR. CORK,.Q .4

THE FLORIDA PHE&J ASSOCIATION, announcement that is likely to appearin can furnish :an original and successful Florida's Unseated ; AND BRAN.
Court
Justice of the Supreme J
.. ... AFFILIATED WITH the same: publication. This singularity idea once a month is: sure of n Nominated Resolution OCALA August 13. YOUR DUY GOODS AND NOTIONS.'
: -
M.H. 'Iabry
Hon.
: THE NATIONAL Vas AIISOCIATIOS.I of shape may l he secured by an odd speedy fortune. al convention of the
Favoring Tariff Reform FURNISHING GOOD :
Adopted
-- ------ Cr.OTIXGXO .
arrangement of rules,. type or other typographical sembled in the ;
4 ,.S TERMS OF 5UDf CRJPTIOX. and Asking Aid to Farmer YOU YOUR AND CAPS.

One year........_......_._!......................51 00 i peculiarities, or by means of NOTED PEOPLE OF TO-DAY.) building at 9 o'clock HAT ;
fclr months.eubscriptionsnxugtt-epaid..___................--....-Invariably....-...... .Indvance. WAll peculiar and original illustrations. For" OCALA, FIA., Aug. 13.-Long before was called to order ( YOUR HOOTS, SHOES AND In'BCER. -

No discrimination in favor of eny a year or more I resorted to the former 12 m. the elegantly decorated main hall Anderson, Mr. .\ .TOOL AND BUILDING MAT

hod Communications)". upon All matters of local ,plan. At the end of that time I found of the Semi-Tropical exposition buildingwas I WAGONS. nUGGIES: ACRICULTriSAL;

interest solicited fron all parts of the county; that daily endeavors had exhaustedthe -- filled with delegates and epectators, tary.On motion Hon.. UIW
but to receive attention letters must be accompanied my : () AND FERTILTX.r.HS.
by a responsible natne-not for publication resources of the best equipped offices. wlu-n the chairman of the State Executive elected temporary :
,but a>a guarantee 01 !good faith. James P. Talia- Geo. Wilson : SADDLES. H.Utt:5I: ) WIIII, IX fA;
NOTICE TO FCB.JCRIUERS. 1 then resorted to cuts. For two years: Committee lon
The time when subscription expire is printed E. J. Tnay, motion the : YOU MAY NEED. filVi: THEM .
I have relied large.y upon illustrationsfor f'rr. with acting Secretary made 'i .
on each wrapper, or paper, with the address permanent. THAT '
and subscription will be promptly stopped un- success; and, aided. by an unusually i.scended the platform.The "honored son" of HE: CONVINCED 'm\ J ; '
Irga otherwise ordered. Thue wbo continue invited the Kev. J. D. YOU :
chairman and ox
.. to take the paper from the office will be expectedtopaytorItInfulI clever artist, have, I fancy, met with a the whoopened vice-president, {XIY EVEUY'fIXf .t -
of Ocala to platform,
lAy yard THE SAME :
satisfactory degree of success. lke TDI fa.'J"'
Specimen copies free to any address. the convention with prayer. was made
x lu clubs of Ue to one joHtolflce* the ;'ilIADI The idea, or principle, underlying Having read the call for the convention White, of the 3d THE QCATlT' AND

FURl t-ar for COCNTV".00 TELE< HAPn, will be bent one these efforts for originality or uniqueness ,- Mr. Taliaferro said: pearing in the hall, .\ TITY OKlOOD1 ) r

) U6Imlttancelllhould he made by ch6ckpo't.-l: is this: The average newspaper I congratulate you, fellow democrats, on the platform.The (; *. : :
note,money order or registered letter. ujion this auspicious occasion. This' i '.
regard for the advertise reluton "
reader has no it
-- splendid assemblage, representing a
ADVERTISING RATES ments. I speak now of Detroit and does the intelligence and patriotism of cnvention the; congressional

epend4 upon position and length of time to Michigan readers. In :New: York and Florida, affords abundant asurao that Raskins delivering & 1E

c "t 'li"- run Hud will be furnished Upon aJ.lI I1CjLt1on. some other cities I know people seek to the people are alive to the grave situa- their; favor. Corpanyi!

-. .. tion that con ronts us in our. state and.. Gen. Bullock was
bargains -
inform themselves regarding tne w national affairs and to their imperative ceed himself -

11. SECRET SOCIETIES. offered, but here it is not so. Subscribers duty, iu relation to the important political second district a, and \ .

seek the news. They first makea qae therein involved that oned. amid great Florida. ;

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. cursory survey of the chief headlinesthe duty, both obvious and sacrc will L The eloquent ana :

k Meets every Tuesday nifcht at Odd Fellows' and discharged, i fell sure, ford, of the Ocala -
,4..;! hall. Transient brothers cordially invited to Local, Telegraphic, Commercial will reflect honor and credit upon our Gen. Bullock, -
i attend. L. C. Hull. Noble Grand; F. J. Field: Marine News departments, and then and confer renewed peace and
the
people, for compliment
'. box 41.
1 O. .
r secretary.: they proceed to a thorough review.In MORALES BERMUDEZ. prosperity upon this progressive com ination, and
monwealth. It is your privilege, gen- I friends would BAZAAJ
; IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. making this casual or sweeping
Colonel Morales licrimidez has been tlemen of the convention, to name here the determination

dk, Ottcelo Tribe No. 1. Florida. Courcil fires survey-in.turning the several pages of proclaimed President of Peru ice-Gen our standard bearers for the coming con- victory than the
kindled each Wcdncwlay' Sleep at their Wigwam -
4' ,,. Starke Fla. Transient brothers! are cordially the family publication-their glance eral Caceres, whose term of oflice has test. I your deliberations are character- 88. President I DHALKICS rx----- .' W,
.". S invited to attend. W. W.Tumblin Sachem may be arrested by an unusual or unique ized conservatism and harmony andI akin, secretary :
-, W. M. Mcacham. C.of It. expired. He will be decorated with the conservative and harmonious -
.. ; 'Tis trust you b Alliance, Fine
display. wi
--- --- -- -- typographical or pictorial insigni of office and take his: seat on August in al your proceedings; if your the nuptials which ; '

f M.tO,1C. this glance that the advertiser i is after- 10th. Dr. Rasas, President of the selections wise and patriotic, as I the floor of the Stationer

p liradford Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M., meets that he must secure to obtain the desired Senate, was the popular candidate, doubt not they will be.neither the imp day. They declared School j

:; IIS regularly the third Thursday in each month nt results. Without it, five-dollar gold Bermudez however, was favored by the sition of that infamous Force bill ty to be the party .
70 p. m. VisitIng'' iirethcrn cordially invHed.: I and It is not at all in the of the 1
government. congress had
Wm. F.Mal|>liuroAV. M.;J. E. Walnrlgh,Sec- pieces may be offered for five cents and army pending partisan ple. The issue
S retary. unlikeJy but that the Peruvian Congresswill United States, the cross prosecutions of South, the issue of Etc.
i no one will lay claim to them; with it, try to nullify the election on the i our citizen by the federal courts for or the dominance ,

'ATTENTION, BRADFORD GUARDS. hundreds of dollars made. Another pretext of fraud and declare that the I })political effect.nor the hordes of rauical- Good government ;

point-advertisements should be candid, legal choice of the country is Rasas. ism combined, will avail to defeatour ation, and, in = = Florida .
Regular meeting'of the company for drill on Should this occur) there can be but little candidates, or thwart a result at the '>"*VIT
!: I Monday night at.;:*p. in. fly orcer; of R.C. truthful and plain. Circus advertisements Democrats \ : "
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doubt that immediate trouble and blood- in November next, which will -
JleliJel r,( ptaJU; J. w. Morgan, ficcn-tary polls Fiance would align '
and treasure and bombastic spread-eagle an- shed will follow; in fact, several street equal in brillant achievement our memorable .- governmcnt-goo'l

D-, -'/ _ _ nouncements may impress the unthink- fights have already! taken place in Lima, ,'idor.uf two J-l'ar ago.Gentlemen. and conditions. ; (

CHURCH DIRECTORY. ing public once or t twice but their power between the different factions. ; .. I will not detain lOU Hon. Chas. ) THEBESTSPRING
!
---- longer. You are here for work rather Jen. Bullock, the
and reactionis
1 --- to influence is soon
: -- gene MALLORY X03IIX.\TED. than talk, and you will now proc t a d! nee lie permitted
,
BAPTIST l'll illCi1.'p bound to set in. Glittering generalities MEDICINE
for that
*' organize purjwse. mittee. He was r \ ,
_ .Services! at 10:30::; a. m. and 7 p. m. Pnt'I'' sweeping claims of the largest and ------ At the close he.wn loudly applauded. cessor failure of

; S1 meeting Wombold cteiy,ponton.Wednesday Sunday school at 8 p.m.meets)e\I.II.p-y finest storks and lowest prices, are THE YOUNG DEMOCRACY COMING TO On behalf of the yeomanry of Florida, entitled to choose I : JNTHEWORLDISAS :3

5- Sunday morning at 10:30.: Tate I'owell, 21. D., in Hen. Robert F. Rogers in a ringing him in :
short-lived and useless
superintendent! equally my THE FRONT. Capt. J. F. Baya of
jsptech, nomina1l't It is
L I estimation. Specific announcements or ---- Lake City, temporary chairman secomled son, belc-e., -

I I'UCSBYTEUIAN CHURCH.StrvlwR particular garments, or articles at par- Wlmt the Result AVas ait the Tirst fonKressioual by lion. Frank Clark, Hon. Chas.Dougherty selected chairman

every Sunday at 10.::%a. in.. and 3 p. ticular prices, accompanied with the and others. committee for the
,t District Coiiii-ulion at i.ir- Mr."Dougherty's motion Mr. Ba'awai
m. It. 1& Matticc, pastor. Sunday school On er names of !
every Sunday utl*>a. in.* H. C Hull, :Supeiin- comparison of their regular; values or t.ow-"no," la\UNoii I'Iediti" the, elected by acclamation. crats Will, bo \ A SPRING

undent. the figures: charges made by others, all A committee of thee, consisting of September it is MED I CINE TO- I1I

.S briefly stated-are bound to create better Young Victor Ills Support.BARTOW Messrs. Dougherty, Rogers and Clark, may be organized.On ; ,
METHODIST CHURCH.: \u1ho CUREANDTONE.UPTHBCENERAL ,
the stand. :
etcor'.ed to
Baya
Capt. invitation of ,
results.
and more immediate lo.; -Special.-The
Sabbath nt 10:30 aud 7:3oit. August
Sen'fI'csen'r a.m. : introduced Mr. Taliaferro mu .
by
Jle
$ m. Prayer-meeting1! every Tuesday and Stiff, stereotyped fashion-plate cuts Democratic Congressional conventionfor was number of :
Thursday at 7::%). Joseph\ F. Bbands pastor. and delivered a short but pointed address on the 11 o'dlock AILMENTS OF THE
Sunday schOOl every Sunday: at 9 a. m. J. should be avoided They are not only the First District of Floiiila, yesterday which was received with enthus- The convention S..

r Charles Richardson Supeilnlendent. commonplace, and for that reason unlikely organized and elected J. II. McKin- iasm. two hours, : .

to command attention, but theyare nie of Jaskson chairman On lotion of S. L. Carter of Alachua, mary work !
CHRISTIAN: CHURCH. :: permanent ,
: J. M. Barco of Levy, and Cromwell Gib-
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Acta xl..X; Acts xx'I.,:)1: Peter,16. Ser- further lacking, in that they do not and J.Ira Gort'.of Levy cou n ty,secretary. bons of Duvai. were elected resuectivelvsee vass. 1 ,

.- vieos Pastor.each Sunday Lord's school Day at each 3 p. m.Lord's G.I'Day. Vounur at:.1t. represent, or give an accurate idea of, Mallory, of Escambki, Dt c idson,of lads- retary and assistant secretary by a- MORE ( ; >!and I II .- ,

.
| In. F. P. Harry.Superintendent. the garments they are supposed to rep den, and Shacklcf<>rdof Ilernando, were clamation. The "Herald" Hat I _
- ---- the candidates and after casting twelve The committee on credentials reportedin
resent. A clever cartoon, a local hit, Outfit i 1Sii
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. ballots yesterday afternoon, the convention favor of seating Dr. \'. McL. Dancyas Hros. S
.
a joke or a story may be easily made to From the Talatka f ur- S
Regular services the first and third Sundays adjourned until 'J this morning. a proxy in the Duvl delegation. made i; is
I in each month at 11:4: a. in. Sunday-school apply to announcement of almost any MORNING SESSION. Dr. T. P. Gary, mayor of Ocala, then We never allow -
each Sabbath at t p. in. ft. C. :,ciberg-er, euI welcome and of neither do b -
address of
delivered us
'i1ntendent. character, and will invariably secure at- This the an in ,
I morning, having slept over
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tention. Continued in become in \"itptlthe delegates to visit the phosphate get ahead of are 1!,
they situatior., it was !seen that Mallory'schances test 4 ScS
-- Dunnellon at 2 but the
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. time, a conspicuous feature of the paper had picked up during the night, mines convention at while recognizing p.m.the courtesy see a demand for and .

- -, and are looked forwtrd to, and commented but the friends of Davidson and Shackle- would not adjourn for the pur- no time is lost in : !
ford held forth until the fifteenth ballot Little
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CITY OFFICERS. upon, by the readers. Of course was taken, but ilallory's chances pose.On ments. cata : .
Mayor-J. Q. Adams. the expenditure of considerable gray increased steadily and they saw he motion the temporary chairmanand Our large and ; and
Aldermen: \\". Sapp. U. I). Miner, CJeo.K. secretaries: were made permanent necessitated the tint FhJ9lcan! ei5.lor'e f. P.P. .s.pl adfteoBbtMftk]
Pace J.(J.Alvarez: ,J. M.;Truby. brain matter and no little artistic skill, was the choice, the names of Davidson oflicers o"f the convention.One i'V"A !in an J pretrrtb*11 wltS rr.st MuUfactlon fur tkcont*| :-!-
kWalter Wills. and Shackleford were withdrawnby stereotyping ntt f.trn*ittnl *"n"** i? Prtmarv Secondary sat T
Treasurer W. Morgan.Marshal as well as money, is required to keep up their supporters and llal1or"a on of the features of the da was an proved pattern, .

"- -Win.. \V."flsun.8I(1'MOrT. Sweat.. such a steady flow of pictorial ideas; motion of Senator Kirk, nominated by eloquent speech by Capt. R.V.. Davis in operation daily w -

S _1 1COUNTl" but the old axiom of "what is worth acclamation. nominating lon. I F. Rogers.the president To purchase this \ "- for

in After the enthusiasm had quieted down of the Alliance, as vicepresident expense, but there a -
.5 OFFICKRS.County doirg is worth doing well, applies of the convention. -
S
and we bought it. -
:Messrs. Davidson and Shackl for both
Judge-W. F. Mnlphiis.S this case as in all others. He said he the Alliance to .
Clerk of the Circuit Court-W. T. Weeks.SheriffD. addressed the convention, and Mallory wanted By this new
'. : I.. Alvarcn. Give-away schemes, beginning; with in a strong speech accepted the nomina- enter politics as and moved cast our own -Tptuu*.Sphtdttc Khearautra.SaotOttm IknJ 1'
Tax AIif'880r-J.! Waiawright.. that as a bride the Alliance weddedto tisement or typ. isres.U.duiar Swelling*, Bbcanudn 1od *-
Tax Ooll(*tor-I. M. Hale.Suiterlntendent the cheap picture card and terminating tion. Both Davidson. and Shackelford the dmocratic b Chronic !I've- thtit ha., TMlnted *U rlittrrii.
) .; -4 of Schools) -J. L Hill. vith diamonds, horses, carriages and pledged their unqualified support to party. a mould is taken, ,
County ur"e'or-W. It. tMwnnKT. K. Mallory, and he will be the next Con- Mr. Rogers was escorted to the stand solid form, thus .
;: County Commiasioners-T. A. Knight D. It. city lots-are bound to be boomerangs.They amid great enthusiasm and accepted the from a casting ins tl

c Smith.Knight, E.A. Todd W. I.. Pinholstcr. M. V. may give a temporary advantage, gressman. __ __ h_' situation with the utmost good humor. invaluable in the .

S t but in the long run the gain is nil. Competitors AVaiitetl to (;<> to .J all. On motion of Hon. Chas. Dougherty tear on type. : S 4I O -

T- STATE OFFICERS. equal or excel your best endeavors 'rom the 1'1IIatkn I I cr11111. '. Senator Cal and Congressman Davidsonwere But this is not com -.5,
to seats the stand. The
\ on
lie done
that is
f Coyeitior-F.: Tuesday morning as Sheriff Turner oT Con- .
Fleming. Jacksonville. ( -& R Ki.-ta-vs. kcM-niu. CbronIcYsInhia
t in this direction; customers are soon S former was accompanied to the stand by and with ,
State patrons rzis5 JlercuUal roi ScaUhand. .tCP.
Secretary of -John) L. CrawforU.Crawfordtille. s. m.Tetter.
J suspicious that an extra price is tackedon Volusia County, was walking throughthe Messrs. Dougherty G. B. Sparkman, tablishment, we Du"iI 1*. I'.l .powerful tonic ant Mi ,nweltei"
,* Attornev-Goneral) Lamar, Monticello. Union depot awaiting the departureof but made no remarks. being done. I
1 'Treasurer S. Pons. Macclenny. to cover the cost of the gifts, distrustis le .
(v>m uita:loner of.Agriculture-: 1!. Womb- thereby aroused and find the Florida Soulhcri') passensrer train, The preliminaries settled, the conven- best.
well. you your. tion got down to business.For CHINA S _
.S Comptroller-General 1) Uloxham. self in the end no further along the race a negro stepped up to him and said that comptroller, Hon. 'V. D. Blox- : : ( op
AdjutantGeneralDavid Lang.Cedar Kc)... he had killed a man in Volusia County e
ham was put in nomination by Hon.
Superintendent of Pubiic I n t ruction-Al. for wealth. On the contrary, you have A Iacil'tai while
bert RuBHell,Jacksonville. createtlafeehingin the community thatwill Saturday night and wished to be placed Ernest Yonge of Pensacola, eloquently is

.o. .. in jail. The slici ill wishing to go to seconded by Messrs. Michelson of Jacksonville SAN FRANCISCO, and ler,build.nxur.t-M system ripiuly. --
cost time anl1mon'y to overcome. and Attorney-General Laraar. Lod'ux wuiwa ijstHnu are put.ni.tl mill v&oM I S
Ocala, and no otlicer :being present, a arrival of the :: Jack- '*>ni"Vlr".'"'"."'".!llrl.m.l'ii. (., Ttii n,tni l trr g
: Richardson's famous Boston Trinity Booklets, panels, cards,etc., are passe, No other nominations being made, Mr.

: Church is to be reproduced in San Fran- and have been rel'pate.llargel.r; to soap Herald reporter volunteered to conduct Bloxham was nominated by a rising advices from all at ;

the prisoner to the jail. En vote amid uproarious applause.For and from -
cisco in county
an enlarged form. It will take and cigarette dealers and the small teb-
: justice of the supreme court, Dr. been received.
route reporter met Sheriff
: the place of the present Episcopal church groceries, tea-houses, etc. They are no our Deputy J. L. Gaskins of Bradford nominated .
: -. of St. John in that Dyson, who placed him (the prisoner) in There lore ,
city. longer prized by country customers and Hon. C. P. Cooper of Duval, secondedby trade is going .
vile.
durance II. II. Buckman.
scarcely accepted by city patrons. Only A minister has
Always move a little ahead of the Upon being questioned by our reporteras Jml the high-priced imported goods; cur- the American bk.z cianiaz.pertles u;f. F.f.I'TICL7 1._
: trade. As one local advertiser is wont pass to the cause of the killing, the prisoner Justice! A. E. Maxwell seconded by Ernest Some of the claims Rswr.nt P trntiin. -
rent and the cost of these brings them G _
told a rather incoherent story, Yonge and others, each making an
tion of
to
: "Anticipate their wants. Don't.wait missionary .
say into comparison with a wide range of doubtless owing to the fact that he was enthusiastic. speech. provinces eight w w

until Christmas before you adver- advertising novelties from which you under the influence of liquor. lIe gas e :No: other candidates were named.On A lire occurred \ !

.: tise )holiday goods. Always get in your perhaps select to a better advan his name as George Davidson, a section first ballot Judge Coopr receive stroying one .
may
announcetwnts in season.Americans hand on the J., T. & K.V.. Railway, 20S votes, Jude 201[n e8sr Cholera has I I rLIPPWiAH
tage. and said that on Saturday night he wentto to a choice 27GJ. frigate ;

k p. have a fashion 'lindain- Experience proves that novelties designed a store to purchase a shot gun. The On the second ballot Judge Cooper re- cholera epidemic : S.5

ing a thing because it week to benefit or instruct are slow to proprietor, John Smith, told him the ceived 216 1-:; }laxwel 1G7 4TV.; A. cases and 17i OJ30S.D.itGGISi&, PropriwnoLTSAu f SLZpr..i
happened
a h(
gun was not loaded, but on placing: the locker, Leesburg, ed in
; ago. The wrong has not been righted, take and consequently unprofitable.Those caps thereon the gun was discharged I Third ballot, Judge Cooler 242, Max- ed at Nagasaki.Yokohoma( Eoc.! SAYAWJIII

: the principle which calls for redress is devised to entertain or amuse are the charge entering Smith's side. The welt 117:5.; cities. or -I-_ _

unimpaired, but-it is past and the preferable. t.. unfortunate man fell, exclaiming, Fourth ballot. Cooper 1G3, Maxwell --- ghly .4: w-

to sentiment has apical Postersell )placed; and circulars, "George, J ou have killed me!" and died 127, ( o:1.. M. Mabry 119. r. % _
tremendously I a I
in Davidson's arms. The prisoner fui- { third ballot Dr.L. Montgomery a 5
weakened. It is to be hoped that this properly distributed;likewise catalogues, ther added that the coioner's jury had of Alachua seeing but little change The IHreetor of ( 1

S will not be the case in regard to the may be made profitable at certain brought in a veidict of accidental shooting : in votes between Judges Cooper and I 1k ,,,, --..

dread event at Aubum. sons of the year or at times of some sl'a-I and what osscfsed him to gis e Maxwell, brought out Gov. Mabry, seconded WAMUXUTOX, ; i S S

usual local event in reaching a clan himself up after having; been acquitted by lon. Frank Clark of Polk. of the mint said to : -- I
r-- remains to IK determined. J. 1!. ; speaking for his friend reporter to-day in : .
The royal darling, Prince George, will that possibly cannot be attracted throughthe Sheriff Turner will return fioni Ocala Mabry, tried withdraw his name, but on his action in { I -5--- -

go home in May and be piomoted to the regulai newspaper channels. Sign- Thursday and condiu the prisoner to Messrs. Montgomery and Clark protested the prices paid by 1 t .

\ command of one of the loyal yachts. boards serve simply to keep your name, DeLand, where an examination will that when the oftice sought the man, he silver yesterday: -

;' May be he will be captain on his ownpapa' and possibly your business, before a doubtless l e held. had no right to refuse. there had been. S. -
This: is the negro's side of the tory, Alter the fourth ballot the conventiontook the policy of the -
k .. craft the Arline. limited "lion of the $
lIe .
is losing jn public. They do but further developments may piove a recess until 8:30 o'clock. gard to purchase ( S

L all the fun which his 'cousin's visit to: not cause direct or immediate sales, and that he is not wholly justifiable. During tl afternoon Messrs. G. W. was withholding I S1 .
..,. Beware of tiverBe-'
r England might have: let him in for, but are therefore of restrictedulue.: Many Davidson if a short, tll ck-hl't negio, Gilchriot, DeSoto. St. Clair Abrams, been the practice t r wu: halo!!;,Bans so-called etc All arc Isn -

the next time William comes to Coweshe merchants if questioned I will confess about 28 years of age. "'hil"> on the of Lake, and others pleaded earnestly As a matter of fact z5'iI ttonso((u.s Originallledicine.pw*
tl way to the jail he told our reporter that for the abrogation of the undemocratic silver is purchased ri'q: the mnrktt long alter it was estaN*.
may tail around on Prince George'sI at their outlay in this direction has and soW T *J
he wished the killing would le cleared two-thirds rule, L. C Massey and others have never been : on its reputation.
boat. How nice! oeen brought about by similar expenditures up; that he was tired of living and was : opjtosing. been buying silver Si v.-iii has!t you.<*autograph and demand an.the 1 picture cnginaV of J 2

f _ on the part of competitors, and not anxious to die. Mr. Abrams said it hud ne>er prevailed years for silver : A.S.rnm&ns'n the runt,and t& aD5
; John Tinsley, born in Richmond, Va., because they value it -- *-- in the northern conventions, and the I became director 5' oiitopoteichbottleandpaclug*: .

July 4, 1783, id alive and well in Toronto investment. as an advertising PHhLPS NOT TO. RESIGN. southern states, all except Florida, hadabantlone en out either the law :-3- Picture Mark IlcpistcrcJ aad Autograph, consisting,N uv.1J.of V
-- --
: Canada. The method of living is natu- it. tion or the amount -
In this rather ha.trei nw of advertising He l'uie 1I the Kuiiior That he \\ ill Ouit cal! of- counties the w- :
In com'ention -
rally subject of inquiry in the ease of German Court: Clr 'le Tax
but brief reference has been madeto < stood by the two-third rule. J'alatka lloltUl'p : \s.

one who has attained a great age, esE the subject-matter, the composition \V.\811lGTOXugu t l-C'IJlIgress-!) If the majority rule had Len adopte From the I'ulatka all H. for 47 cared

Itecially when, as in this case, age does and the good themselves. The man B'kwith, of Xew Jersey: who rep- Judge Cooper would have Mr. Saunders E.tut'srss: yevs,('OTIVEXESSDTSPlr ILIGUTOI.

not moan collapse anddt-cay., On this should be brief; the second plain first and resents the district of Walter William nated on the first ballot.. i was this morning a small a tin C-n t.-.i-t' K JEAD.\IK J>!101(1., I.os ,AIfITrs, FouJ l

subject Mr. TimJey said: "I hare tried Phelps in the House, has a letter from B tATh, COMC KTC.: -
I always pointed, and the bargain itself should be Smallpox In Guatemala. water were, two \ Dr.).I:.GravesEJuorof "Hit Bt jfi.
to lw regular in my habits; never reasonable serviceable and of good :Mr. Phelps stating that there is no truthin CIT01'MEXICO, Aug. IG..Smallpox inches in len : Mel ris.Ter., ::,:I received a 13
drank much strong drink, but was nota the report) that he propcsed to resign, is might be named. ve d,(cr Live:Medicine,and ha
value. Surely it is not profitable to select for causing many deaths in the ranks of h-.:f t it. works like a I
teetotaler. I tried run Congress and be the leader of quested us to look ( char 1S
a cigar once when I the Guatemalan army on the Salvador DO bcUtr Liver Ue. and
ut.tor.
questionable qualities for public the House next term. lie he is ccr
an-
says
was a boy, ninety but it made frontier.It sugyesto we had jiorir.jeot Ztii.n's mi'ture'
years ago, and contehjt to stay where he is until his
nouncement
!by such publicity make nicer C.I.Sjmmc>rs
-'a mo so sick I never tried another. used term expires.While appears to be difficult to arrange >t.Louis, Colrp
-, to take snuff butgave'j widespread the knowledge) ofjheir in- ---.--- peace between Guatemala and San Salvador these, too.
-p up, and have feriority. An old Mr. Mizner the Then Mr. ,,
French American
not taken a pinch proverb says: a roofer was at work on the a had : I I84L
since 1835. The "No minister come from the |
re- oneas a good niaiket fora tad to Guatemala, will not act in
suits of hh mode of life are described school house at Greenville, L. I., the I acccrd with the diplomatic Then he told us he I
himself: "I have woin by merchandise and it is equally well other day. he was overcome by the heat corps. ter pail under the _; ::
CHOLERA IX
spectacles known TURKEY.
only that "The goods which pleaseare and: rolled down the roof and over the afternoon, and had
eight years. My sight in: now failing and already half sold?' Thus it behoovesthe His :\STAXTXOPL Aug. 16.-Five persons it; out all night. PRINTN.graph :
is dull. edge., suspender strap caught on \ .
sty hearing The only tooth I wise merchant to at Nicolaiefa from a disease the deluge had put
I
ever had extracted was pulled with strengthen his a hook in the roof gutter and kept; him 8UPPOS to lie Asiatic cholera. in it, in which he
a communications
1 tring. have still nine or ten, which ations to the public-his invit- from falling to the ground. He hung ir. EleHI ca.s the disease have been re- The fish must have

re wearing pretty low." to trade-by selecting genuineand midair until his fellowworknit rescued 1-prtetl there to far. The porte has decided with the rain,
to a I
discernible ( arrivals
quarantine from
AEt bargains. him. Ihee al that no human ,
1 the Black their being in the Of1


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