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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 29, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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: STABKE, FLORIDA, FRI.ty, AUGUST 29, 1890. NO. 10. :-

MONEY FOR HARBORS.ST I A CLEAR
: |0 CASE OF JEALOUSLYCause I

.' >a'l'I.ro"l erl NOTED PEOPLE OP TO-DAY. : FLORIDA STATE SEWS. I is on the eve of unexampled propri. deep, 7 feet broad and 12 feet EIGHTY MILES AN HOUR.

, NON SPRINGS A SCHEME TO SIDE > Cause, ? Orleans I. ty, and I really believe that cn high The organ is of 267 --

to Show Her Teeth. a short time sell of is built of oak, comp .
\
1 very every acre pip Terrible Rid ou an Incline Railroad. 4
TRACK IT. I CHICAGO I BULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN polished and will be not
I August timber land there is In the State." only a 1
21.-To.the Editor CONDENSED FORM. ornament but a comfort to those who READING, PA., Aug. 23.-A runaway ,
oC the He ended the interview go
.... by saying
Intpr-Olpan.
:
l'rroPOI.1. T. 't A..hle I.'e u.,)' for has beemi felt Stle 3pprehension S: : : to the reporter that Florida "fulfilsall to thi place of worship. car on the Mount Penn gravity railroad,

hy larties who are L the (conditions of life In organ is now being placed in position which ascends the mountain near here,
; of nl11" nf'pOIt from fnanclanclaly ; Items ol Little or N.I nut HupIienlngs required ,
-:,oDIIc1fration interFt'l il Florida Oi account -I F' I .ntf'I.t. climate,sol lperfect natural by L. Hendrickson, our popular dashed down the five-mile declivity
1 reourc Lemon street music dealer who 1
on .\&;.UtiiralIcm\- t If an which I ".\n the SamFrom DlflVr- the finest timber in the kindly
!'beCo".Jn'iU't atcl< recently app volunteered his services, free of o'clock this morning at a frightful

.'....k{' Warned to lleware of the Alliance a l'lll one of the Nw Orleans papers iiit ent I'art or tin, M.ite, rrejmrnl by the very best fertilizers, found In Hantitie Aileiirati.You charge. the car reached the station sp.When
such that all is O.fnl
!;wAmNGToN! Aug. 2'-The 1 bouse toab1ed4 Tampa stating, not that they quaianting against Kdltor SclxRorx.IrtJutiif. avoided.easy access Yw, sir; Florida hardship i is hound I never imagine how long' nmans' bottom of the hill it jump the track .
time
- a motion to reconsider the on ground that there is I TaIJJ1 to be the finest State in the Union." legs are until he plays base ball. This and rolled down a embank
fever
t4 in Tampa, but llcauS it was fear- Port Tampa City In gins to put on the I '. t accounts for BraidentownV nine comingout ment, where it landed upside down,
it is .
, $ )!cKa/ bill, so finally passed. ed that there '{ t iccl. llt lt i" I ahead.
_ nsideration of the bill to amend the may be. It was certainly I I appearance of a city indeed. Tit energy Cr, b. anllushkirk, our live real while the passengers were imprisoned
L t presumptuous for New Orleans and push of C'aj'it. Jim Fitzgerald is hall will soon be inside i
_ I to estab- estate and phosphate has had Thelilce fnisho. except several who had
ago land 'law was then begun under lish rapidly building it up. dEuler. further north jump
: quarantine on this ground, for printed ton thousand copies of a I bein. a wi off. Four have been taken out ,
rule setting apart the morning hour that ji: The South Florida Railroad Company b ceiplI. I has been said that
he city is just as liable to have pamphlet describing Monticello anti : eluding Rettew, the conductorof
This is the avisit- have commenced to lay their 70 ]pound proposes to rent it to the countyfor Chares
: first
certain tnea-saies. ation of Jefferson It the Edgar 3!. attorney
r ( fever "will county. "ppruriatelyctR house when lease of the ca. Dva.an -
court
low thru h its traffic steel rail. The work le: a the
:;.tia1ei in several months that the rule has with Central America, Mexico and I through and soon luhC1 forth the advantages of our soil present building utl for that purpose of Reading, aged -o,

allowed to lremiLt other l'ompll'tf11 and climate, mil the social and educational ex persons were injured.
feen southern countries as Tampa i is, under The work / the new M. K. church attractions of our city ami 1Irl' The road has a rise of eight hundred
e.considerati.ll of the bill to arnei'itli the j South is pushed idly, when \\ C. Hn has for week feet in
stringent regulations thai being iaj its claims are U by severaleral sl1 gone a to a distance of five 'mie The
\he aUen land law occupied the entire there to are enforce : completed it will be the handsomest letters from! tliH'l I recreate on gulf coast. Thirty year cars are hauled up by a ad are

njngi&1r] ,, and was not concluded prevent the introlluctol of church in the state outside of St. Au- men who write wel 10wn gl'nte. :uo 3Ir. Russell stood off the Florida allowed to return by gravitation. Thereare

yellowfever from J and other i gustine. 1S eye -( beach, this latitude as mate of an Eng- different stories as to the cause of

_ :1eii: the hour expired. southern ports 1 The deaths in Tampa and surrounding The pamphlets will go to all parts IMi man-of-war. Upon the same vessel the accident, but it appears that when

)-"." ornXO. AGRICULTURE A SHO\V. j! New Orleans i i.s "showing her JOHN ERICSSON. country for the nine days ending of the country, and cannot fail to attract was Capt. Flowers, also a resident of the pint where the gravity portion of
teeth"because Florida is
...Vr.. Cannon from the committee on the city of -- I August 9th were tin PC, two white and atenton. likely to Manatee, as pilot. Since the warship the commences was reached the
Tampa has been .
Ta1cs reported a resolution setting apart ficially recognized as the of- One o the most prolific inventors of one colored, the causes of death were, have \ next winllr than dispensed with the ser\ke of the pilot, engine was detatched ali the cars ran
"Gateway of she has had several
for ami
f 2ay and Saturday, and Tues.lay anWednesday. the Gulf, by the the gastritis and inanition, bronch-pneumo- the parties have never met until two away while passengers were still on .
committee I
>> of nineteenth
eminent century was Capt. John Monticello is preparing for full months when the latter .
; .of next week for the consid- civil engineers who I nia, malarial cachexia. a ago gentleman board. The distance to the point of
were authorised by Ericsson. He was born in the share ot them. walked into the home of former oh
bills reported from the the province the stntiny. five miles, it was
'sation of com- Pan-American congress to select the A colored man, name unknown, went etimate.
*Idttee on agriculture. The first bill to most practicable! route for an international Wermeland, Sweden, in 1803, and en- into the saulter's-saloon Monday and Last Saturday morning at ten and Braden river. There was a recognition : by the runaway ,..

fbe taken up is the senate bill to aid agri1tral railway ami steamboat line between tered the navy as ensign in 1820; was bought a quart of whisky. As heturo o'clock the writer received from a talk of other d.ivs.O about three minutes, the car attaining a

colleges, the previous question the United States and South employed in surveys in northern Sweden to leave the saloon he fell. Jus Charles B. Hill, from Jranklin.O., I I.t Gazette.( speed estimated at eighty miles an hour.

;. which shall be considered asdered America.In and rose to the rank of tice Donavan acting as coroner, summoned a dispatch stating that Hill had Col. F. .L. IXmcy and wife are at KILLED ASD INJURED.

. t after: two hours'; debate. Next their reports Tancpawas recommended captain.In I a jury of inquest and also called that morning at lIr. o'clock. Hotel Coquina. Col. Inc is the The following are the caualtie

* f frn be taken up the bill providing for as the northern terminus of the 1820 he came to England to intro- in Dr. Stebbins, who made a post mortem die for weeks past from Mr. Hill I oldest orange grower State, Killed Charles Rettew con uctor.

?inspection of meats for exportation steamship line, and Cartagena, South dnce his invention of a "flame engine," examination. The jury returned a had prepared us for this, and yet it is and it is for hirathe Dan0"ngerine 35: Edgar SI. Levan, a lwyer. age;
r: shall'be voted on after two hours' the but verdict that deceased came to his death Miss Rosa heifer
ndit Americ1.as southern terminus This owing to the circumstances under hard to be reconciled to the fact that orange is nameJ. aged of heading -
;, Then the bill defining lard shall the "thorn in the from heart disease. Miss Harriet hackle of
- lidte. side"of the city of which it tried it : aged 32.
and the previous New was proved unsuccess never again, while life lasts, may we The bridge tender has an iron Maltese
up question Orleans. Oilaiulo Hii>"rtcr. The wounded are: Mrs. If
ren ordered at 4 o'clock on Our Crescent City friends clearly see ful.. Soon afterward he resigned his Tax executions on personal property : look upon the face or hear the voiceof cross, given him by his Government Phiadelphi. Shnel. badly cut and suffering -

"ii day. On Tuesday the bill defining that with all of the leading railroads of commission in the Swedish navy and devoted are now in the hands of the sheriff, andit Frankie Hil Hard indeed to Germany ", for meritorious ser with concusion of the brn. death

ions I shall bo taken up and the pre- the South converging at Tampa, and himself in England to mechanical behooves the owners of said property know that wondrousfair vice in the war between Schleswig expected; William bth leg

jas badly fractured, will probably ; il

ered at 3 o'clockVednesday.. On that city will indeed bo the "gateway of boiler on the principle of artificial Costs will thereby blsn'II which make a glorious woman, must I Scheitler. terribly mangled and unconscious -
the house shall the draught. The principle in die-must bid good-bye when she Probably no town in Eastern Florida 31 iss Hainan, hurt
*days specified meet gulf. But the fiat has gone foith, was applied Sar.ih \\illiauis.: the insano colored ; seriously abut
til. o'clock. The order further pro- and New Oilcans cannot stay the hand the "Novelty, i locomotive rnginc woman who has Ill'1 confined in jail had known but tweney-four years of shows a steadier, healthier the head, not expected to live; Mis

for a IHornm hour each day, andjjjacetpthe of destiny. which ho con.stlct't to compete for a here, was, on :>u order from Judge life, to 1 loving husband, a'babeassweet growth and prosperity than Ormoud. [Jettie( and Kall Kelley. nil'e of Miss 1-'

f general appropriation '] he insinC'rity of thi-> "pnper"Iluar- Prize oft'red 1 : by time Lixornool Ilrnoiu", tnkl'l by colored female at- and fair as the mother herself, The dull times do not set her energetic -' ilulnian badly .hut. Cornelius .'

r jorthecoDfeniuc reports thereon. antine against Tampa is dcmonstiatcd and railway", for the i lightest tache of the siate;asylum, to Chattahoochee and friends who have known and citizens tosucking their thumbs Henley, of Allentown, suffering with ..

-Jtr.! .Cram of T<'xas inquired whether, by the Ne\y Orleans papers which made and fastest locomotive engine. The last 1'iiduy.According lo\'el her for her beautiful life and and grumbling. concussion of the brain; Mrs. Corneliuslfamilos .'

'"'erthe order, the river and harbor the sensational announcement that the "Novety" failed by an accident to meet t) Uncle Jake Sumtmrlin's character. Ihe AruHlian. of All'ntown. badly cut and .. .

Il could be considered.iJIr. quarantine had been established. Almost of the prize which was bruised; lls Sale ,Wilmington, VlI
prognostication?. there will no eiiii- The Peace River Phosphate Company
awarded to b | Fuiin the I'alat I1eru1I.Postmaster Del. and
George Stephcuson. Iu unconscious
.Cannon replied that he thought simultaneously with thai announcementthey vey blly ;
noxial stoim in Florida this He
In 1889 he went to New York, where year. Garrison was, on Monday, Arcadia. will load.four vessels Mrs. Mary of head
Hi but that the bill could be called up published the fact that the Morganline Guthre. Wimington.
that he has known
he says never during with phosphate between this date
in 1811 with fine
was employed to presented a boy. cut, but .
Iday or Monday or d-iring the morn- of steamer have running constmc his residence in in the 10t ; 1fss'Veler.of ,
rf steamer llentown
of
war Princeton Sept. A ,a daughter
hour on other tlIJ'S.'ill' between New Port frst The -'oldest fails to recall .
{ : any consequence to come after a cool inhabitant arrive -
ever built in which the propelling machinery to at Punta Gorda today merchant of that place badly cut about
and
... : Blount, :L member of the coin- Tampa of New, Orleans they congratulated. the peo was below the water line and I north wind like the one prevailing for such l1'lghtful this season. and will load with 2,100 tons of: the head: Sirs. Smith of Allentown, a

iUP k on rules, criticised that comuiit- pie on CI'ount of this out of the reach of shot. To the Ixm- the last two days. Orange growers will We lear that Palatka capitalists will rock for London. The Bnxham skull fractured will die,now at St.
in bringing in a resoluiincluding auspicious. event. The frt trip under find comfort in the above. soon establish extensive works wii ant a
freforitsacio11 j don Exhibition of 1851 he canning of
Allentown
the sent several take 700) tons to Baltimore an hospital: Mr.Cooper f
such important subjects new arrangement .as 1:11. by the inventions Mr. Thos. Richards the famous pineapple at Tampa, to rum fish, fruits, \egetablea.
steamer Aransas last reek New for which he received prizes.In looked for on Sunday. The Caroline cut in the left temple and eye; her
for fair discus- : frol of Eden, was in the city a jellies
lutan opportunity 1832 ho built the Ericsson, a grower l'tl.Incohing Miller will baby Scheitlerand
Orleans to Port Tampai 8t'a1er be again on the 2Gth( seriously injured. Ir.
;; The house had degenerated froxnommon of 4,000 tons fitted with caloric en- few days ago. and purchased a lot of and outgoing trains were I Mrs. ,the latter with her baby
hist for 800 tons for Baltimore and
111 the light of these statements the Cpr
from Mrs M.
andrwtvOrbill fancy plants J. Wilson of
The river
respectability. gines which he had invented crowded with There in her the during .
previously to-day. i car
passengers SOO
tons be
schoonerto arm
animus of the shipped by
alleged quarantine Orlando.
against Richards
which was of more irnpor- while in Mr. has forty acres wi its jump
England in 1823.: Although was not a vacant seat in the Florida descent, found by Harry
,taoce than any of the agricultural bills, Tampa is fully revealed. It may be the experiment was satisfactory in several in apules already and contemplates putting Southern coaches. : :Ala;. The Peace River Brown of who had leaped
characterized as a sporadic attack of virtue out more his place at Eden. company is working day and night Phiadelphia.
purposely excluded and could sixty on
Xjad been the engines did not develop from the it started on its
such as the peopletre lnl>Ie to have respects He intends make his The has instructed the chief of these ton
|j tbe considered. He thought that it sufficient to give a requisite certainly to placea major getting cargoes ready. They : wild run, but without injury.
who are more concerned abmt: the virtue power veritable police to notify all policemen to arrest have bins es
aid be Included and the time for dcsectended. rate of peed, and he thereupon turned paradise. large at Boca Grande, .p
of others than they are in l'gart to his intention to the manufacture of stationary John McLeod, a Scotchman, at Geneva ill persons discharging firearms,at any where large steamships finish load- VIRGINIA ALLIANCE MEN SPEAK- .- ,
their immaculate this has sent of time as a fire alarm. \
own purity. county, us a sample ing.
fcXjMcMillln the caloric engines for in
another member of The actual health coidition of purposes ,
Tampa, some lemons taken from the tree in January '
-
which no great amount of J. I. Daniels now baa charge of the .
mittee ou rules said it must be ad- power was \ Declaration of fidelity and
is set forth in the last of and preserved by some process ItlnsinJ
J, in vitw, of the hour in the ses- the secretary of the II ofcalreprt of rtfjuhed. I known only to himself' The fruit is Western Union Telegraph office in this The Prospective Orange Crop. Harmony He'wee" Noith and Sooth
river He will bo 1 b-st remembered in connection a city, Mr. Heston having similar -
that the proposed order put the that citycovering a ]>e4od of eight days, with the I "monitors," so-called compact and juicy as when first plucked. position In accepto. The size of next year's orange crop AllUncen.LYNCIIBUKO.
I)harbor bill in a perlious position.r,4ns from August 1 to August !ti I. The city John says that his method of still appears to be an unknown quantity.The .
outlined that from the name of the first one built, pre out of the Florida Y A., Aug 23.-The convention -
bad already( been Engine, came
has a population of abut 10,000.( During serving cost only 23 cents per box. Who price of oranges, like everythingelse
fUrooM occupy the time of the house UnMll the time stated lieie were only which were iron ships with revolving knows but what there might be millionsin i Southern shops Monday, presenting a depends on the quality placed on i of the Virginia State Farirers
iron turrets for the The Monitor
1 September, leaving the unconsidered three deaths. The caf>es, as otlcla1y guns. it for him. i really handsome appearance. She made the market to supply the demand. If ; Al.mcc. with every county in the State
bill with its $20,000,000) a smal vessel built by him in 100 days I a trial trip wnich was pronounced good.
harbor follows One ie Last evening. llth : the is short will
jv&and given were as : l gastritis more than a match for the Confederate Monday Aug. crop price consequentlyrun represented, unanimously'atlopted the %
.jopration.I, lIe warned the houselioir. one of bronco-pipumonia and one proved iron-clad Merrimac which had : abut a dozen friends of the family ath. I The Guards new uniform will arrive high, but on the other hand if thereis and resolution
following preamble
in order that the friends of the of malarial cachexia., the city of : the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. early in September. Arrangements are a large crop the figures will drop. yes-
before in March lb(
and harbor bill might i>dopt the { just ( >2)) (destroyed I of the bride, to How to estimate the prospective erdav.:
New Orleans make more satifactory the two finest in the Umled Clayton, parents now being made for the company to go orange .
frigates
W order with their eyes open. report covering the sane period. States 1. witness the nuptials of Mr. Andrew W. into camp. North Beach will doubtless crop each year is a matter that has not "Whereas, tl.o Alliances: are shaking
; frTFunBton, of Kansas, chairman of navy. Acree and Miss Minnie Clayton, yet successfully accomplished, iiands across the Potomac, across theMississippi
From tho time thatChicago's s maZlhct'nf Of late Capt. Ericsson had I Ll't je the place selected for the encamp ll ali
KXKnmittee of agriculture, said to the ; indorsement of 'iiuipa as the natural years ben both of this city. ment. here it seems to us U a important piece across the raggl pak of
to the solar engine
_ end j of th rjvfT and harbor bill thatJhey' gateway fur oir commerce with trying perfect : ,t of work for the Orange Growers Unionto the Rockies, and far sti. aro8
he was confident that his "Destroyer"could Kti l't' E./lwtor-IJ'IwITct. Four car loads of phosphate from
the chasm and
f knocked out the committee on take in hand. They should send out ; bloody across '
South ant Cential l.rl'a was published sink the the most At least one-half of thS horses and olfa Springs passed through Palatka
ulture that committee vould knock world be of New Orleans InvinchIf men to every orange growing community Dixon's line; and, whereas, conscience
city -
formidable vessel navy, in hacks that are licensed to carry pas. 'Thursday, consigned to the (J. W. Scott
in national
that it Britsh in the State to statistics for les politicians our Congress
river r and harbor bill BO high has been 'tore, and her Lit gather
"- very fifteen minutes. He a large, sengers in Key West should be taken Manufacturing Company Atlanta, Ga. : have advocated measures and
tiiOUJd ever be seen again [Laughter.] thrust at Tampa made becausethe the comirft orange crop, s that growerscan expressed
est roomy house m New York city, which from the streets. The hacks should This was the first shipment of phosphate in of their i sentiments to arouse old sectional feeling -
fromGeorgia act
intelligently disposing
1I .sbould think the gentlemen old wound has by
qPl re-opened stands in the through Palatka.'Ve .
and Tennessee (Messrs. Blount the official lecopnitia which Tampa: has neighborhood aboundingin and be burned and the horses put in a fruit to purchasers. This would Unfair t engendered by the war; therefore,

iM McltIillip) in view of the rising of as tie gate of tho gulf. cheap tenement buildings in his house, refused charitable hospital for the maimed. were shown to-day by R. F. Pou- for both the! buyer and grower, for each BE IT RESOLVED .

the faer in tfieir: States, would confew lcentlltctivft f S. A. Joxrs. to UO.t'it living ex He JIii'HKin Timts Democrat. ley of Nashua this county, a -f'onto. could govern himself according to the I That w e, .he State Farmer.Alliance of

a days to the committee on ag- ---'- :ctyas .was thirty years ago. Tuesday and yesterday were theprettiest pear which weighed 28 oum'e. It was information gathered in regard to> the Virginia, in alliance, grip with our Alliance
., ,. EXHIBIT OF THE3OVERNMENT. ISt most of the on Mrs. S. Whitman's orchard yield of fruit, and the result
tricrnturP. Extraordinary honors will be paid to pleasant days gown prospective( others of the North, ll termino
cool and bracing. August is place. This for this both parties to the transaction to hold with locked
pfa"stI together
said that of. year- "
'MrIhtcli Missouri ? John the
of the Capt. Ericsson,
tll.seJ )
rrokldeutvpluts the II ,ud of memory industry in Putnam. would be satisfied. The fruit
The herself of all efforts to
doing: proud. spite arouse prejudicesbetween
inventor aud naval
the most important
engineer
were among great expert
coiiriI.TASIItS4jTON wants the highest market price
:- : the iJouse. IJehind these bills on the ocasiol of the transfer of Work is progressing slowly I at Al \'ork on the Charlotte Harbor di grower for his and the to I us until the financial emancipation -
tht'reJe \ Auftl!>.-The President the Florida Southern is oranges, buyer walt of the laborer and producer i 'ac
Were more voting thousand.1) than his remains from the cemetery in New lion, though quite a number of mi progressing low enough to enable him to I :

behind any other flits of legisla- to-day appointed tb; following named York to the American man-of-war Ball are kept constantly employe. an rapidly as possible., Two purchase make a and the only way that complished.
Mann Prince
of George
I
the calendar. These thousands persons as members'if the Loan of control mcre, which i is:to convey them to Swe I Dutton fc Co. shipped two cr forcE of men are now on the work. both, as prof rule. can he satisfied, Major elected Page, for the '

were r'tcR excited and uneasy from nnd managemttt of the Government den. A squadron, male up of sOle of of phosphate rock last week and as The road will be changed to standard is to have some idea what the state of county was pretider.t .-

;jiDe country to th J other, fort our finest vessels, will assemble in New soon as negotiations now pending are guage In the near future.Dr. the market is to be.* enduing year. A

reason that their measures have been exhibit at thejhicago( exposition: York harbor, so that the naval ceremo- completed there promises to be busy The only estimate of the coming crop p THE ACCIDENT- -
J. J. Harris called on the HERALD
such as the river S. A. Crown, chief of the depart- nies at the transfer will be especially imposing INVESTIGoTING
by measures trk that furnishes clue to the -
times in the Albion region. The doctor is any prospective .
Tuesday. representing .
_ "c haibor bill. He warned his friendsbathe ment of state, to rei(esent that department and the parade in which the About three weeks ago two men, the; National Democrat, published at yield is the report of the elrt ment How The Old Colony U"lroatlVre Swedish societies of New York and ad-
make mistake -
<*- democratic side to no ; A. B. NeteleU. assistant secretary and other claiming to be agents for an oil house, Washington, and is in Palatka for the of agriculture,a published in the Month curred.Bosro.v .
in voting against this order. I to the joining cities, many organizations Iy Bulletin for July and as the depart-
his
of the treasury represent attracted considerable attention in of getting subscribers to
i was the best that could be done,and any llaj. Clifton Com- will participate, promises to b had good horse purpose We trust that he will be successful I ment has not the 'fnnds t(send its own Aug 23.-The Official investigation -
Bonson.rriiey a paper.
treasury departmen .
of the most notable recent
democrat agriculturaldistrict one in years.In into the districts, but
representing an United States ruiy, to represent and which ; let Democrats subscribe.Tuesday agents orange into the Old Colony railroad accident -
ley. Sweden the king himself will most buggy, they were offering ,
its
in way this
must
: who threw an the'war 1'apt. R. W. Meade, rely simply on (correspondents ,
this the railroad
:!-wo5ldTueit before the frosts of NovemIber..iHe department Nav to represent the likely receive the body of his famous almost to give away. Mr.Vehiman : morning, Deputy Sheriff Dy- estimate may not always b strictly cor- begun morning by < *

to reiterate what the United States ; D. Hazen, third subject, and although it is a funeral ex.edition bought the outfit, and at once sold to sen arrested Hardy Phillips, wanted at rect, and is,of course from being commissioners. ,

?* wtmtel Kansas (Mr. Funston) navy department; to [. our officers and men are sure to Mr. Burke. Mr. Burke traded the Live Oak for murdtr. Philips has been complete, for one correspondent cannot Conductor Steduian. of the ill-fated

; em n frf1 the river and harbor assistant poBtnustogeneral. II.repre-A. have a good time among the Swedes. horse to George Maxwell, and the living on the Ocklawaha river but came give a correct estimate of a whole-coun train, testified that just before the accident -

: U rganto the adoption of the conference sent the commission j'mostotlice 1t'paltlent of railroads; to event bad been almost forgotten, to Palatka several days ago with a raft. ty from information gathered by remaining while looking from the baggage

b1 ton that bill was to stand in the Taylor, entof the interior; ONLY A SPARK when Monday T. II. Willard, of The sheriff of Suwance county has telegraphed in one place car door he saw a gravel train approaching

: :way of the consideration of these measnres represent the depar agent of the department > Jacksonville, dropped in, looking fora Sheriff Shelly to hold the Tbe bulletin gives the following condition on the other track, and saw a gang

,let the river and harbor wait until E. C. Foster, gene to that Hut 1 Deutrojed the standard FaOory and stolen horse and buggy. To makea prisoner. of the orange crop for the month of laborers shift'from that track to the

:!December next, of Edwil& \\'diets represent, assistant Killed One and Injured Sixteen Persons.CHICAGO long story short, ho carrie the Wednesday, Sheriff Shelley arrested I of June, the figures representing a comparison one lw was on. The engineer sounded

%, Mr.>Blount thought there was a design department of; ;to represent the 23.; A destructive property away with him, Wm. Vick. colored, who is wante by with last year's crop. We select the danger signal and the laborersjumped 3*'
secretary ( explosion -
agriull I the counties that extensively from the The .
.|n order to exclude action ltue; Prof. U. D. I Aug. two of our citizens are sadder if not the authorities of Clay On only are trck. wine
;:,Ue the proposed'rivi'r: and harbor bill. Thebithias department Goode assistant sectary of the Smithsonian occure at ten o'clock! this wiser men. Mr. Willard says the the 10th of this month Vick shot Jesse engaged in orange growing: I I then saw an upright object thre '
: I feet between the rails of
in order were most important Institute. tfrpresent that institution morningat the Standard cartridge works two adventurers, by name Louis Haines, deputy sheriff of Clay County, Aiaclmua..0(; his track.high directly :

:tad he was content for them to have fair and the natifl museum, and J. about three miles from Blue Island, by Crndal alas W. T. Reese, and L, at Bud ington't camp. Sheriff Peeler 40 lIe could not state its rature but anticipated -

under the'rules. He sug- W. Collins, assistaijn charge of the di- which one life was lost and sixteen perSons car drivers in Jacksonville ha been notified of the anest and will Bradford. .._ 40 trouble from it.and threw him- .

_ fjefted an amendment including the riv- visio-i of fisheries, !|*present the Unit and girls, were more or less and had hired the team from conduct the prisoner to Clay County.jai. Brevard. .. .. .. '. '. .. .123 self fiat on his face in the centre of the .

['!l ad harbor bill among the measures ed States fish coifission. Assistant men his stable for two hours. Their CIa) C3Citrus '

<' might interfere with action on the Secretary Willets i ifesignatedas chair- i nju red. whereabouts are unknown. Henry rite\euson, sheriff of Volusia 63 car.The train jumped the track almost in -

vi" tter. man of the hoard. <, Chares Seidell was instantly killed. /iifiU' Cnmrier-1,zfornma id. County arrived in the city Thursday Columbia. ... .. ... _. .. .. .. -40Dade. stantly. _____

5?-JIT, McKinley said theie was no legisttttion XOSITr.lObEXYKT.CHICAGO : The injured are E. E. Burke, engineer has severed his from Ocala and next morning left with WDeSoto '- -- -
J. \v. Boyd connection
demanded by the country so unflatlsfactory Aug. I,-The directors of possibly die), Lazarus Kittenhouse, the Polk Bank. Ge.[ Davidson, colored, who i is wanted .' 75 What may be a very lively race bo- ,.
with
( County
may Duval ... bOHernando
_ that demanded in the this eveningwithout in that county for the recent murder f tweeu two ocean steamships began
World's Fair apurned Martin Vanderbilt (bad- services of
U the John Saunders, The bank has secured the .00Hillsborough
', committee John Smith. The was not accidental at The
afternoon Queenstown.
order the the ex shooting
monition. la this for great
1. selecting mite' ly injured). Willie Buimizer, a boy; Eu- Mr. Mon. Scost, who is a fine business have learned iuce our ... 73 Thursday
agrlcult- as we
_5rkl rules had responded the to country the both position. _-j---{ gene Lingenberger.aboy; Mark Byrney, man and one that they can depend previous leport. and if Davidson does I Lake . .. . .. ........ .. .. . tLee *2 City of New York, of th Inman Line, m
sentiment of; -- Hall and the o'clock and
7 Dorti and south. The 'resolution was a boy; Alice Green, Katie upou.quie not hang he will spend a term in the 07Levy 11st Uoche's Point at 1:a ,
CHOLER LONDON. following girls whose first names are 42 the White Star Line
and harbor drove of Texas ponies were penitentiary.Steve the Teutonic, of ,
:.J antagonistic to the river: the -4.t not obtainable: Wick, Martin, two a Manatee . .. .. .... .. ... 73 minutes later.
": The appeal which came from COH Trammer jt H on 1 steaDier Schultzd, sisters; two Greve sisters. into Burtow. last week by Wiggins, ex-tity marshal ofJacksonville 73 following her tWN.ty.fve

:"other side that the order excluded the the trout.kitUtta. The cause of the accident was the flying Mr. Statten. was tried Saturday,charge Orange.. . .... ... ..._..... .. ,I 13lasco This i is the first time since the retire '$1.

grirer. and harbor bi was not because river I -A ha of a spark into a heap of dry powierki.g Time Presbyterian church was with"assault with intent to murder': Ocola.. .. . .. .. ..... ... 7; ment of the City of Paris that the Teu- ,
f Rentlemen on side loved the LONDON, Aug. tenlatol on, the second floor awaiting use in crowded on last Saturday evening bya McQuaid, mayor of that city. The : ....... 7 tonic and the City of New York have -&
:hid harbor hillJt because they oPposed I been caused here t an announcement I riirtrulcre shells. number of people who had assembled case came up in the county criminal }> .-. 20Putnam

f the business. He then I that there is a castf Asiatic choleia inLondon. 'One of; the employees was in the act to witness the marriage of Wilson court. After being out about thirty 49 started from QueenstowA together.

_ : Intimated that the committee on rules next ; Kobert fgh, a coal trammer of owning a box with a chisel, which L. Jewel ana Miss Ethel U'I I minutes the jury brought in a verdict of St. Johns. .. .. .. .. ... .. SJ$ There Ls not th.slightest doubt that the 0 ;

;Would map olt, the later part of I Sunday from timesteamer struck a steel nail, throwing out sparks.As Kelly. "not guilty." Wiggins is now out on Sumter .. :. .. .. .. .. . 50 skipper of each racing craft will do h

'!eek for the con8idert01 of measures The : aged SO years, lail iy from Calcutta, the sparks fell into the powder a / Fiuto. $500 bond, charged with intent to murder Volusia . .- .. .. .. . . SO level Lest to beat the other f ---i-
of e, I j'/Qridt A &
Reported by ,e labr. Duke I explosion, followed. The upper Mayor MeO uaid hy using a wooden ,
terrific
;: resolution was adopted, and I.louse which had just arfe'l at this port, and was wiecked and the second floor Col. D. II. Elliott, general manager club. and lots of money w ill be wagered on .m
lie secured story of the A& Railroads of Florida This is advance the condition Teutonio
slight cabins. The
accordingly proceeded to the conslJelatl went to a coffee laewher torn in a terrible manner. Men women socate Saturday e Corley, a on the result in the
on a up morning George
from visit to
of the Senate agricultural (ole ebil IOlgings. and girls were blown from their has reture a engineer at the Water Works, and Henry of the crop in May, due no doubt to has a better record than her rival, having -
stretcher from thf>ff house to Popu- the West points in the later blooming of the trees The aver-
benches in all directions. Jones, while out gunning for rabbitsin from last
i made the run -
time allotted for debate was utilized lar hospital, wit? the doctors pro I North. He has been among the mill the near Butler's shingle mill, age, according to the Bulletin's figures, Queenstown .. -4

: 1The by over a dozen members, most of nouncC his case of severe Asiatic _\Summer Hotel llurneil. I I men of Michigan and says he finds a jumped swamp a very large and savage wild is 57 per cent. of last year's crop, whichamounted month in :days 21 hours adj min.i -

whom in short Beeches discussed the cholera. WATERTOWX, N. Y., Aug. 23.-Thod- great deal of interest manifested in I II hog from his haunts, and succeeded after to 2.100,000'boxes,57 per cent. i utes. The City of New York has cover-

; Nil. When the discussion coed the A DEATh HALA.IA. sand Island Park hotel, five cottages and I'I Florida. In conversation with a reporter a lively chase in bringing him to bay of which would be*abut 1O boxes. I the louse in i days, 4 hours and 17
chol- of the
Li as amended passed ? n. Scured'rilritish death steamer from at store on Thousand Island Vark, in the I i ofhe Jacksonville! Times-Un. with their dogs, when a volley from An average counties would largest figure out orange about growing the- e minutes, but the has beaten the Teutonic *-sl

out of money arising St. Lawrence river, were destroyed by ion said on his return: "I each ended his further career. The
j; appropriates has for the whole State. She has also made a single days "
disease same percentage as
from the sale of public land to each State SagaSvalcia. The fire early this morning. No lives lost,
and Territory for the maintenance of also apiiarecl at Hosa and Tarragona. but it i is reported some of the guests i I II I timber land and have received the length of his and immense size, Only than last one county, and shows this is a Brevarcf larger yield(In faster run ((502)) knots than the Teutonic,

colleges for the benefit of agricultural A Q1tANTlNI. I were injured. The loss will be upward cash for it. I have also about con and those who saw his carcass claim year the whose nest effort has been only 493 knots. '
'I i River.) Not another county : %
I
and mechanical arts the sum $15,00 PARIS, Aug. i-Arrivals fro'l the of $10.00. clude the sale of 98,706 acres. You that it will tip the beam easily at 200 din comes up 'to last year's fgure.i In order to equal the unexcelled trip of -
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for the year ending June 30, 1890, Red sea at ports)ime south of France William got nearly crushed .i no idea of the great interest pounds after being dressed.. Orange IS set down at 43. and crop the City of Paris ((3 days 10 hours and 18 :* -

,a annutl increase of such appropriations Emperor I; that has been awakened In Florida The new pipe for St. Mark's about Oviedo corresponds
add i- will be quarantiij l_ He has also sample i organ very closely ) the racers will have to get past ccrr
for ten thereafter by an by a carriage. !' timber lands and I wish could church has arrived. It 50 about mutes '
; years intelligent If he e ti. you Episcopal w with this, possibly going to or before 4 o'clock
BostOli BO
4 .tonl sum o( $1,000 over the preceding, K Thero i js a dog window British br. nation may reursl aTe I l'see the correspondence now in my of. manufactured by Geo. Jardine & Co., of one-half of last year's yield, which was Sandy Hok Lightship ,

4 and the annual sum to IU.tt that he alcvaya Jf to the bay Germany tht : 0( I would surprise you. Florida New York. The dimensions are Ii feet abut iM),000 boxes. next Wednesday morning. -.-
thereafter shall be Deuni. ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TFJ.EGRFH.nKl state of Florida, and it would bn ;;n V Tlie r.ltcilou Low : FATEFUL LETTER "M." Dr Acker1Entfiifsh: Pills Master's Hale.xfTor : Florida Trunk Line

honor for to claim him !C.il ini.i ). A rf activ", cff.vtivc .ml ;>uro. I'ar sick: rt'- \ A DECME RCNDHRED;
any county N v.onivh, to-s of I the ikn. If. Baker Judge ol the
to ilisonlerf.l : by Jniues
Iflter headache
Th of Tl.at ,
: --_ and the probable'selection) of him brc..8. liJ> Ihc in, III.J of .flliy. <>T ii'I! Significant* bad coin plox ion and billiousness. I Fourth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, LOJUDA CENTRAL
A'-AT !O flV1 thcroj'f'u t pucficabV-i! ; .'. poleuu Meteoric Career. ai pc'titp. sitting in chancery for Bradford County on the ;
for future i *e..r been itmllp exonitue ofiice in have never
4ARtEBItADFORDCOUNT\.F'LOR1DA. high an A. D. lt:90. imdcveiy two yen thereaf The first one who discovered Napoleon's they nbrond. Hold by 16th day of May, A. D. 1800 In a cause Latelypending [ & PENINSULAR R. R.
honor that either in America or in the Circuit County of said county
I.C.WtBB. our people fully realize ter, the gnvirnor hnl! nppoinf. *nhj<-cl lo g e1us was Jlarboetif in the College 2 W. II. RIVERS. w herein Charles M.Sparkman wa* ecinpial'.ant Formerly the P. H. Sc Ii.r .

Editor and Publisher. and appreciate. As a statesman he removal at any time by him. mi- competent M itaire. The battle of Marengo was and Albert O. Cooksey was defendant, the otderfdened Standard Time .-

has no equal as i is proven by the discreet ami fiilr-miudfd pcrvni 1:1: the first won by Gen. Bonaparte; upon Mr. Wilkinson Call .cl.-irges that the wll as special master named in said decree, 3 1 '

SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAH.Ar&trffftff selection ot him :as one of the speakers each couoty% who snail; lie a qualified elec this llelas yielded his place in Italy to press of Florida has been subsidized by bidder will for at cash publ.c, in outcry front of,to the the Court hlghet| House and door best 4 50 plo)03 a Lv Fernar4in Ar

for the tor theieof, to IK- known as the supervisor h Kim. Later one of his best generals waa free purees over railronds: and now it is In the town (If Starke. In said county, on Monday Ii0p112.aLv Jacksonville Ar
Jnlered tn Act vf Cv.greta in Htate: campaign this fall. of registralicn of electors in said county. betrayer discovered that the senator is fairly loaded the Cth day of October. A.. V. 1890.within C 20 p 1 1 :1)))z Lv ('ailshan Ar 14u'p I 40 625k

v the Post Oljifr. Marlf, fl( ., n Second He is not a member! rf the alliance, Such supervisor shall hold his office for Mortier, whose Moreau.Murat opposite, Napoleon's was the first down not only with free railroad passes following the property hour* of viz sale: One prescritx steam saw by law mill, and the: l OlOp 843p15pLv'iLipAr BaLdwin Starke ArI2ilSp p a 5

<." appointed and idiIitd. He victim of his political strategy. Call wants to be held I also 1 2111s 2 a
a* one of our county officials lately qu shull keep 1x3 well. If Mr. connect-d therewith and cotton pre-8 331Ar Citra yJO'Da
OUR, DEMOCRATIC{ TICKET. Iti office at the county site ami shall have Louisa shared the time of his highest altnve suspicion be should not l be caught one large moii e-c-oloral mare mule 8 years old. 4 12 p Ar Silver Springs I.v it 40 a 20*
remarked, like a boy who ate a exclusive of his and one large block mare mule years old; all L liSa 428pAr Ocafa LT
k i charge of the registration of fortune; Moscow became the scene I with thee sad tokens of small purchase. of aid property 1* situated near WorthingtonSprings I l tJOOa 700pAr Homo- 91& 1i '
assa Ly
big "outside of the 700a
plum pudding electors, and for Ibis purpose shall open fall and Metternich vanquished him on in said cour ty,and will he sold as above 0 43> a 6MpAr Leesbnix Lv 74.I

For Justice of Supreme CVmrt."MILTON alliance Mrnply because he was so and beep books siiiMhlc for such regisira the battlefield of diplomacy. As a general liniment (for sprains and I without removal,except the mules, which will be 635a35PAr Tavare Lv 715. 94
q- li on of electois each bruises for rheumatism, lame back, present on day of sale Said property ia sold forthe 9jQa 800t> Ar Orlafldo Lv &
II. MA BUY.of full of it that lie could contain no in election district in I Six of his generals (Massena, Mortier, or satisfaction decree. 545 ,
sucb county. He shall deep seated or muscular pains, Chamber ___a I 7 J I TAMPA DIVN. iTT
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appoint, subject L Juxi T.WILLs, 4Ar
Pflsco m ore. His ability undoubted Marmont Macdonald Marat and Mon ;
For sale
County ,, Halm is unrivalled.
p to removal Iain's Fain 7
at any li.he by him. a district L Au g. 291890. Special Master. 00 p 11 25 a Lv Jacksoiie j4ij.
and we suggest that the democrats I registration officer for each election district cey)and twenty-sir division generals had h by VV. H. Rivera. 4Mpl0OfiaLv) Fernar.dlna Ar 2Mp sQ i

For Comptroller. in the county convention nominate in his county, whose duty it fhall be the initial "M" to their names. Maret, Notice of Incorporation.VTOTICEIS 84.p12iapLv d20p110aLv Callahan Baldwin Ar I-lop
of registeringis
W. I). BLOXIIAM John L. Gaskins a candidate, to the to attend to Ibe icrfstrntian of electors in; Duke of Bassano, was his truest adherer The necessity your early O me. and I HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT S20a S3ipLv Wildwood AriOS3p LV 820aIII SiSa

such district as hereinrttter provided. The Montalivet waa his minister and his first incumbent upon you. up 1> may co< cern.that nn.leran act of the Legislature 508 711pAr DadeClty Lv 6i3a p 'i
of Leon Comity. legislature by acclamation. supervisor of registration shall Le chancellor IIi last register at once pay your poll tax and put of the State of Florida entitled an "Actto 6 20 a 8 )p Ar Plant City Lv 5 a 82
not clijjilje was a Montesquieu. basis If General Law for the 72Qa
joursclf on a sound) politically. provide a Incorporation 9iOpAr Tampa LT COOa
I for
Dr. Gaskins isthe choice of the any other ofllc-j until six months residence in France was Malmaiaon. The haven't got the money borrow it from of Railroad and Canals and all laws amendatory 2 45 p Ar Tarpon 'pnngsl> 74 5 a
For Congress. Tond Diciriet. after ceasing to by such you thereof, the under the Vt
supervisor.( Eich captain's name who took him to St. Helena undersigned, corporr Nos 7 and 8 daily, solid trains
a ROBERT BULLOCK. l people fr representative, and thepeople's supervisor fihall. before entering on the l Maitland and his some friend. at name"of the "Atlantic & d Out sonyllle and I'lant Uty. Jfos.3 and 4 eweenj has PuWJ
was companions Fl orida have associated themselves togetherfor
S chairs
and
of Marion choice must be respected. performance of his duties take the oath of flux in thiscounty sleeping tars between Jackwnvliu
l
Vunty. there were MonthoJon and his servant During the epidemic the purpose of onstructlng,maintaining And and Tampa.30&31 dally
l prescribed by secliou 2. of Ailirle Xvi of last summer, I had hard work to operating a railroad for public use in the conveyance except Sunday." *
Now that the Constitution and shall Marchaml. of and from a point on J 13 I CEDAR KEY I). ( 14 j"
: the county convention I Never instruct;:; a delegation to give bond to I keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, persons property
the governor of the slate in the sum of The wife of Napoleon III was a Mon Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy on hand the Atlantic ocean or some arm. bay or tnibua 11 25 a Lv Jack'onville Ar 140
has been called it becomes
in
next certain thereof within the Cou of St. 10 OT Lv
I vote for a If : tary ty a Kernandma Ar 2 55
order for the person. youhave five hundred dollars with two sureties, to I tijo and his most intimate friend watMoray. People often came ten or twelve miles intho State of Florida,and thence In the most eligible 1130aLv Callahan p
people} to cijuess) theirchoice a choice, let it be known, and I be approved by the board of county commissioners The greatest triumph for him night to get a bottle of the Remedy.I direction through the counties Of St Johns.('la'. 12S5pLT Baldwin Arl225p Arl-iOp

for a representative or rather trust the rest to the good tense of[ of his county conditioned for and ills army during the Crimean wax nave been selling patent medicines for (possibly Put* am). Bradford. Alachua and LaFayette 205pLv Waldo ArlH7a315pAr 4
their choice for two the faithful discharge his the last ten years and find that it has to the Gulf of Mexico,or some arm. bay Gainesville LT 9 55 p
duties
representativesfor your representative. as Iiuperviser. was the taking of Malatoff and Mamelon. better satisfaction in cases of di or tributary thereof. wUhln the said County of 740pAr Cedar Kpy LT SOOn
the s The of given La and State of F lorida.
legislature. The TELEGRAPH compensation such Fayette
I The Montebello and
--- names Magenta Nos. U and It
arrhoea and flux, than any other med daily Solid trims
supervisors shall be James>hear8, J. Maxwell Tilden. J. L. )avis I. between
us a moiulipifce) for the r eople of r The Pensacola people are highly 7 that have four as thousaud follows: In ileredvours counties appear In the foreground in Italian war. I'-ine I have ever handled.-J. II. Den- H.RB.Tilden.Masters'. .Tackionville and WaMo, Waldo and Cedar Key*.

Bradford county, takes the liberty pleased to have their favorite hon and upwards the regi shall 1 Later it la MacMahon, who played one pi bam, druggist. Goleonda, Pope co.. Ill i-LllXAyPINA AND JACK&ONVILLEBR'Clf
supervisor 60
I at j
at this time to suggest the panic ofone S. 11. JUallory nominated for United I receive two hundred and filly doiKrs per the most important roles during the Over 500 bottles of this the remedy wet Sale. 9 3"' a 415 Lv I ft I 4
sold in that during epidemic p Jacksonville
county Ar 850
of Bradford's men men- -a man I States congressman. They can hard annum; in counties that have more than Franco-German war and who was appointed referred to. It was a perfect success and 1 D)Y with VIRTUE a certain OF di'eree AND of foreclosure IK ACCORDANCE of marl HOOp CSffpAr Frrnaoilina Lv 713a a 'te loop p I

known to every school boy in the ly contain their joy. two thousand and less titan four thousand Duke of Magenta by Napoleon. 'I ft5 th" only remedy that did cure th P gapre re' dered on the 23th day of August.A. D1S90 7 CO p Ar- Brunswick LT gOOa

tried registered voters they shall receive one Then we come to the epoch when Napoleon worst cases. Dozens of persons th re by the Honorable W. B. Young. Judge of TrairsNo8. .*>, 6.60 and 61 dally. Solid traiat
county, a man by the people' ,, hundred and seventy-five do'lars' entered will certify that it saved their lives. In the Fourth luuicial circuit of the State or each direction Route between Femandina and
annum I- Maitland and Florida
all Bradford has had betterrepresentative per shortly In and for Bradford County. in Brunswick Is via steamer.
one to whom honor due,1 for set- never a and in counties that have less than after drove the Austrians. out of f lour other epidemics of bow* complaints certain cause therein pending wherein Lucinda wick and Atlanta._ Sleeping cars Eruna-

vices in the' paxt, a man w e 1l lo"ve to than Our Gaskin two thousand registered voters, they shall His Mari. this remedy has been equallv successful. Townsend complainant and John L. Gaskins. 9 | 1 I WESTERN DIVN t g J5"*

honor and whose counsel we are l He has been a credit to his county, receive one hundred an 1 twenty-five dol]1- ana greatest enemy was 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. II I. ad administrator the estate of Louis Witkovskt. 7 SO p 7 30 a LT Jacksonville j_ (
After the battle of Solferino Ar 7 >
the Min-
l lars on Rivers.W. deceased, and Mary O. Witkovslri. wife of the p .1 40 p
to follow. The and the people to send him per annum tha same to be paid by said decedent, defendants. I W. T. Weeks 83.Sp 818al.v Baldwin Ar TOOp
I prone man: ve name propose the counties. The district cio, Napoleon closed the gates of Man are as 4 45 a 115pAr MontlceUo Lv 228p

/- is the Honorable John TJ. Uaskins; again to represent them. officers shall be paid for their registration services by tua. Then followed' the sad affair oi C. Crum editor of the Florida Farmer's special outcry master to,the shall highest expose!>i1<>to r sale for and cash sell, bti at t- 55 8.Va<)a 2t3pAr Tallahassee LT 210p 120p 550 7 20 a a.

And we do *o knowing that the people the respective counties such sum or sums Mexico and Emperor Maximilian. Advocate, of Tampa has been appointed Rublic the court house door in said county, atStarke. 10 30 a 310p.Ar 40T Quincy Lvl223p 345*

of Old Bradford will arise as a Chairman Hill in issuing a call for as may be fixed-and loved by the board I In the year 1870 Metz was one of the K. M. and commissioned by the urn MONDAY..during THE the 6TH legal DAY hours OF for OCTOBER public sale, A. on D.ISflO. a. pl010pAr p/.rRlvprJurctionLvll Pensacola LT SOOn 10 a 230*

ceiivention did not choose to of county commissioners in each Humphrey, general superintendentof 2 20 a A r Mobile LT 12 40 a
aims of the French
unit and with one voice Amen. county county operations, but being the Colored Farmers' Alliance 700aAr New
say Co-oper Orleans LT
8(00)
respectively after the those certain parcels or tracts of land p
John L. Gaskins recommend a day for the district supervisor of registration driven back over the Moselle the destiny belonging 650aAr Montgomery LT .2
wan born and raised I shall have certified ative'Union, of Houston Texas, as state to the estate of said decedent and described as 730p
from a farther bo meetings. This will cause them tobe of service to the amount of Napoleon found a fatal conclusion at l leclurer and organizer for the state at follows: The northwest quarter of the south west 652aAr 227aAr Louisville LvI210a
among you; poor ) performed by each of such district also three and one-half Cincinnati Lv 750p
quarter acres more or
field different times and Sedan, on the Moselle. Then followedthe large for the state of Florida with full 725aAr St.
be has elevated Jiinxelf to his present at perhaps registration officers. Each supervisor legs begim ing at the northwest corner of the Louis LT 7i5p
capitulation of Metz but all his disaster power to institute county and subordinatecolored south\vest of the southwest 1130aAr Chicago Lv350p
some \\ ill fail to hold utall. shall Lave power at time to quarter quarter and
position schooling himself and I any district any remove was brought about by the wisdomof alliances in any city town or running thence south 3# chains, thence east 10chaiDK Trains Nos. 1. 2. 9 and 1" daily. Nos. 1 and 3
paying his own ( from the any reinitiation ollker within his of the state. Col Crum takes the thence north 3# chains thence west to have Pullman vestibule! sletping cars Jacksonvil
rxpem county -
county whenever he hems, proper aud one of the greatest strategists of our place of beginning; bll in section twenty-two, e to Cincinnati and New Orlears. Passenger
small pittance he was able to accumulate L In choosing representatives at th lV j such (lisa ict registration; ( officer, wht n so times and the German fatherland, Moltke. ground that the only real solution of the: township six south of range twenty-two eas t. coach to Pens.icola andFtornani.in.V
in boyhood. We have discovered r removed shall race problem in the south i is by organizing containing in all forty-three and one-half acre* 9 1 IbUWANEERTVEirROUTE roJT
on
2
demand From
surrender the
German.
I to -
comity convention the great principle I- the colored people into the Farmers' Alliance I- more or less, and lying and being in the County I
in the Florida Dispatch ofJate such supervisor all bool.s and papers connected th of Bradford State of Florida. Sold to satisfy said 750p 730aLv Jacksonville Ar 750p 6 85 a
to bo kept in mind is to select h and thereby bring about a more 83Sp SISaLv Baldwin
i with his offlc The wilful failure \ ot ecreo. Purchaser paving for titles Ar 700p 5 35 a
May-30, 1889, a sketch of the 'Toor Mammal" amicab'e relation between the white 1025p 955aLv LakcOty LT
two men who \\ill please all portions or refusal of such district race: W T. WEEKS, Slip 335a
i
K
doctor's career of uhich we i reproduce officer to any ie tiutiou Not many things in the life of a boj and the negroes and particularly with the A ug. 29,1H90. Special Master. 1 01 40 p 1105 a Ar Jasper 4 43 a
1213
of the county alike. The party cannot promptly comply with such demands a p Ar Vn Idosta 1 Ot a
a portion to show how he i is at this time afford to have of the superior to deliver up seem more important to him, than his democratic party. Masters' Sale. 8f0a 520pAr Macon 7"0p
esteemed any sucb books und first getting into trousers. It is to 1 be llOOaOEOpAr Atlanta ESp
by those from home shall be
papeis, deemed
away : disscntjons in its rarks. a Mr. John Cart.enter, of Goodland.Ind.: 1 T Y VIRTUE OF AND IN ACCORDANCE No 1. 2Sanoi 10 daily. No. 1 has Pullman
misdemeanor doubted indeed if
f After studying mediri.ic five ._- anil on conviction thereof, ha is likely to find says: "I tried Chamberl tin's Coli I.' J ) with a certain decree of foreclosure of mort- sleeping cars between Jacksonville aid Macon
he graduated with the liighist bonjf8 l be shall l he punished by a fine not exceed much in his after life that will give a Joy Cholera and. Diarrhoea Remedy, for diarrhcnaand i- ir ure rendered on the 13th day of August A. D.isgo Macon to all points north and west. ;

W. Bay street, corner Hogan
circuit Florida, acting 1 in Depot foot of hogan street Jacl.sonvill
tantc for &urgery. lit pn-jmn-d Litmelf for' for county treasurer in the county Jail not exceeding MX i Jamie, having reached the mature age ol the Htouiaoh and bowels with tlu best p lace of the Honorable James 31. Baker, Judge ; A. O. MacDonnell.

service m the U. 8. uuvy, to which hV was appears in another column, is one of) t months or by both such fine and imprisonment "most five," as he put it, was given I tu. results. In th worst cases I never bad of the Fourth ju-'icial' circuit ofFi.ridin and D. Maxwell, t*. P. Jt. T.A. a
Eiich disuic-t legistrutiou officer to give more than the third dose to effect for Bradford county, in chancery, di qualified Gen M mager.
subsequently appointed. After ]cavin 2 1 Bradford's old and reliable citizen shall, before entering the first pair of knickerbockers, the whole a cure. In most cases one cl--se will do.Bfsides by reason of hlckness.in a certai cause therein N. S. Pennington, is SE

the navy be returned In Florida and began lie has served as county treasurerbefore lois duties, make oath on in pertormanceof before family were naturally called upon to rejoice its other good qualities it is pending. Samuel wherein Memhanl Henry and Memhard, Isaac Memhard. Traffir Manager.V. .
writing EhasA.
the of his ion Weil.part Walter C- V.
practice pinfes JH-I forming with pleasant to take." 25and 50 cent bottles ColemanGenTraffieAgenL
and has also been liim.
a representative any officer authorized 10 administer oath ;, n ers doing business under firm name and style or
number of
A *very difficult* surgical* operations to the legislature from this that he will well and faithfully perform It was after his first transports of delight for sale by W. H. Rivers. John Memhard L. Uaskins.Bros. &as Co the, are administrator complainants the and The None-Snrh Strawlwrry.--A New

He has for a number of years taken an county. He is as well known as any the duties of his office, which oath sh.all! were over, and he was able to speak of Louis Witkoi ski.deceased, ant Mary estate G. Variety, and how Obtained.

active part in legislation instrumental be transmitted to the biipcrvifor of re V 5stration of the great event with calmness, that A PUBLIC OFFICE Witkovski. wife of the s lid decedent, are defen About eight years ago Mr. Brainard
being in the He is a-
mainly memberof
man county. .a and d ants, I, W. T. Weeks, 68 special master, shall: Mitchell and settled
family
preserved by him. Upon the Jamie his at Hampton
mother
to and aftei ,
in the passage of a bill granting : Emanuel alliance and resident came expose to sale and sell at public outcry to the i in this
a removal of
200,000 acres of land, valued at $100OCO. ,- any supervisor of registration parading up and down before her two 01 highest bidder for cash before the court house county bringing with them a

to relieve the railroad Indebtedness of of Hampton. If he should be elected of electors it shall bc.liis duty immediately three times, said in a tone of perfect sat may be a hours door of of said sale county on at Starke, during the legal quantity of plants and shrubs among

the counties of uwannce. Madison, Je f- he will serve the county to the and promptly to deliver over to ii its isf action: MONDAY, THE 6TH D VY OF OCTOBER which was a s-pecies of strawberry the 4

fersou. Columbia, Bradford and Leon, satisfaction of the most skeptical. successor all the books and papers and "0 A D lb9D, name of which be was not able to find
and the city of Jacksonville, which bill blanks belonging to his oilier or connected mamma, pants make me feel EC the. following lots or parcels of land situate ly- out- This plant seemed from the first to

was passed in 1883. therewith in any way. The wilful falluie like somebody! Don't I look real grownup PRIVATE SNAP i* g and being in the To-*not Starke, County .1 f flourish ar The TELEGRAPH has not taken or refusal ot any such of mamma?" ; Bradford! and State of lorida. belonging to the a large quantity of excellent berries that
His residence is at Starke, Bradford supervisor registration fstatecf said decedent and described as follows
::
county. He has been treasurer ,of the any part in the Call or anti Call controveisy : to piomptly comply with the demand lila mother smilingly told him that :he West half of lota five and seven, and fourteen they proved to be a great treat to the aj

school board there for four years; member that has been going around of his successor for such delivery of certainly did, and that she could not feel Yet a Newspaper office is an institu-* and t lots one-half five feel on west side of east half of family and neighbors for sevi ral seasons.
aiidsevu. all in block
,
such seventeen fiont- Mr.
of the city council for four years; mayor the state, believing it to be a matter books and papers and blanks connected that he was her baby any more."Didn't l ug sixto--.even feet on Call street and extending Levi Jonhs having procured a few t V<
of Starke for four with or belonging ts hi office lion which generally aims to benefit north from j-aicICall plants through his schrol children, obtained
years; was a member of that would right itself in its own V it make you feel grown up, street one hundred and five the legislature of 1876 and 1882 and shall be deemed n misdemeanor: aid a ou feet and embrjcing the store houses of the said the first season so great a yield that
a state senator from the Fifteenth, senatorial was way, but we have watched very conviction theieof he shall be punished by mamma, Jamie began, "when you"Ho -- the public. As "charity begins at decedent as pernuip or plat of true said Town of he was induced to save"all the plants for
St irke. Sold
short. It had to sat is said decree.
Purchaser
district in 1884-'88. Re-elected to closely the positions taken by our a fine not to exceed one thousand dollais, stopped evidently home," so should the welfare of paving for titles, y W. T. WBEKS, the next season, and succeeded .in planU

House in 1888. prominent statesmen as well as the or by imprisonment in the Cud ,tj} jill nt; come to his mind that his mother had Aug. i-9, ISUO. Special Master.Masters' ing aqout one-eight of an acre from

At the extra session of the present legislature state in general. It is the to exceed six months, or by both such fine never known this deep delight which sc which tbe neighlxirs used largely, besides
press op and imprisonment. filled his soul. He looked at her Sale. selling about $35 worth
in February 1889, be was .elect ed inion of the TELEGRAPh that Senator a moment HOME INTERESTS to Mr. Blanton.
speaker in the House of representatives. SEC. 9. riiesupetvi of registration an expression of the deepest pity: B Y VIRTUE OF AND IN ACCORDANCE the railroad agent at Hampton. Sir.Johns,

In March following he was appointed Call has served his last term as shall keep the registration books of the coming over his face, und then be took i with a certain decree of foreclosure of still attracted by tile great profit and won

commissioner-general to the Pails exposi U. S. senator. Be this right or county open at his office at least three days her hand in both of his and laid it he considered first of all, and the mortgage A. D. 181)0) ,rendered by the Honorable on the 15th John thy of F.Aiigu-t.White ,derful productiveness of the berry refused
tion. in each week from 9 o'clock to 12 Judge of the Third < to sell the plants for which he had
wrong, we are not now discussin a. m. against his cheek. judicial circuit of Florida, many
On the re-assembling of the legislature g. m., and from 2 o'clock p. m. until o County Paper be read before acting in place of the Honorable James M. Applications, and together with his son
4 in regular session in While we are fully aware that great m.. from the first Monday ia August p. "Poor mamma! he said, softly. "P )0T any Baker,Judge of, the Fourth judicial circuit of I in law. Mr Thomas Dya!. set out
April 1889 Doctor unI Florida in and nearly
Oaskins was elected by acclamation' to the many of our people want to see Call: I til the second {Saturday in September, in mamma! If you'd been my little girl, oth .r periodical. Pre-eminent among dis ualiflecl by fir sickness.Bradford a County certain, in cause chancery there, all tbe plants obtainable. This year (their

high position of speaker of the House, go back to the senate, it would be I a each year in which there is any general I'd have let you wear pants just the same: I in pending wherein Isaac M Frank. H. Meinharil last season) they are more than satisfied

receiving every vote of both democrats very bad policy under the circumstances election and oftener if the county commissioners aa if you'd been a boyYouth's Com State papers which treat strictly of partners, I. Meinha doi':g rd.business S. Membard under and firm A. E. Well, with their calculations and shipments,
name and I
and republicans. to instruct our representatives tion shall so order, for the registra panion. _ home matters stands the stle" of Frank & Co.,are complainant and John obtaining the highest prices and not losing
Since the of electors. The district legislation L. Uaskins, as tdministrator for the estate of ii single quart on account of imperfeci
Doctors
return from the to vote for him. He has i no officers hereinbefore provided for shall Electric Current of the Sklu. Loui- Witkovski. deceased, and Mary U. Wit- berries or otherwise, which was m

last legislature he has been elected chance of a re-election and instruction keep the legist ration book for such dis An interesting study has been lately I k,..W.vski T., wife Weeks of the, tu said special decedent master,are, shall deferdants. contrast and! exception to their neighbors great

president of the Florida Muck Land would simply cripple the i influence trict open at some convenient place theiein made by Herr Tarchenoff of electric currents BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH to sale and sell atpublic outcry to the highest expose who were shipping Noonan's improved.

Company, president 'of the Star ke of our representatives. for the purpose of registration at ieust two in the skin from mental excitation. said bidder for cash before the court house door of Mr. Johns and Mr. Dyal have the only 'a
county at Stake
and Sampson City railroad and days in each week, from 9 o'click a. m. to Unpolarizable clay electrodes, connected public sale on during the legal hours for patches of the kind at Hampton aiid have it

president 12 ro. and from 1 o'clock p. in. to 5 MONDAY, THE6TH DiY OF now, June 20th. an with the
of the JJradfoul The Orange County Ileportcr has this p. in., with a delicate galvanometer were OCTOBER, agreement
: ,
County from the applied
High first Monday in September until A. I>. IS'JO, shipping agents at Hampton. Messrs. M. S Vt
School. The e are all local incorporations to ay about our county jail: The Bradfwrd the second Saturday in September in each to various parts-hands, fingers, the following panels or lots of land belonging to N Blantor. and Williams Bros for all .1
county commissioners $30 the estate of the laid decedent
which pay every! iu which feet toes, none, ear and back, and after and described as their
year there berries
Staike
is shall and
proud to month for a man to guard the county jail j be a general follows: Lotsnuiibers six ($) and seven (7) in are now picking this
call her own. His popularity has and when the sheriff has a prisoner that election. And no person shall be allowed compensation of any currents which occurred block one (1);lotsfour(4), K and F iu block two week ten crates from about one acre,
: to legister at any other time than during rest, the effects of mental (2): fractional loti A, B and Cm block one (1) while the Noonan'a improved
: have
not ceased he is afraid will during in long
hi whose all the
among ? own people. geL away or one the Wynna'kldition to the Town of Starke,
Owing doctor's life is in danger, the county pays his expenses period herein provided for the open stimulation were noted. Light tickling in Br*dford Coun v. Florida. Sold to satisfy said since failed. Th; plants in the patch referred 4

.. ,. loathe long experjcnce to some sule jail instoad of usi iIi! jug of said books for registration, but the with a brush causes, after a few seconds' Published every Friday at Starke decree. Purchase paying for title to will average one fool high and
there is no man in the supervisor ot registration ,, i is-. T. WEEKS, one and a half feet
in his
discretion.
county I inav. across, in flour VO.'a.
th are
....u .. .* -J i money to repair he jail at home. allow period of latency, a gradually increasing i Aug. 2% 1890. Special Master a .
..', can uener repivftcnt the people. persons to be. icgistercd at strong deflection. Hot water has a like ishing condition and loaded: with fruit

He has been in the legislature so The Poll Tax. any i in time of wiihin ten days of any election effect, cold or the pain from a needle i Bradford County, Florida. Notice.i and bloom. Mr. Dyal thinks that his
case
special hard patch from its
Jong that he is peifcctly familial Tbe supieme court of Pennsylvania bus eration of the law Piovided hip under the op prick a less. Sound, light, taste and i persons ind-bted to the estate of John B since December appearance (producing fruit
; Thai ) be
with every detail and can do more j just decided that payment of poll taxes by person shu'l be allowed to register, at any the smell stimuli act similarly. If the eyes | settle Loomer the are same herebr, aid notified ail persons to come havingilaims forward and ful bearing the entire might year.kept in success 4a

p good thatj: any man in the county. any ('tier.thali the individual voter i is not V office of the supervisor of registration at have been closed some time, mere opening ''Subscription One against the said state are required to present The Nonesuch stiawbcrry-which name
Dollar
At the lat>t fission of the legislature l legal uult-ss the voter distinctly ratifies the any time alter the ordering and ten days of them causes a considerable deflection in Advance. perYear i them quired by duly law authffi'icated., or his notice will within be plead the time in bar rei this new variety has lately been given-

this relief bill, which is referred to payment by accepting the receipt thirty held before the holding of any special eUctiou from the skin of the hand. It is remarkable of this notice will K) plead in bar of their recovi is a perfect bloomer, producing a solid firm
in
in the above would have before any county, such registration, that these skin currents also i cry. D. L. LYIREz. berry of superior flavor, with less acid
been for days election. This decision however
teems to he confined to the Sheriff and than the Noonan's. and
county or arise when the we believe it will
sensations
June
20. 890.
are 1 Ei
feited had he not been on the alert to be sound law l because it is sound counties in which such special election merely officio Administrator V.S prove to be a great tribute to the strawberry

and actually left the speaker's stand mon sense, and it i U uosife for any party corns ; be held. imagined. Mental effort produces currents As an advertising medium to To whom interest of Florida. I.1.

to make a motion to have the clause committees or for any voteis. to depend SEC. 10. For the purpose of registtation varying with its amount. Jf aj person reach readers both of this county All may Concern : t>. F. GAKDINER.: LEVI JOHNS, THOMAS -a-
the of each election district ia in tense expectation the galvanometer persons are ereby warned not to trust my
upon validity in DYAL M. N.
purchased
covering the tax receipts this state as now wife. Bt.&roNV1LI..this BROS.
Mary
forfeiture Hopkte on
of this and the State of my account from
land Florida the TELEGRAPH as this
in bulk laid l out' and mirror makes
and
distributed irregular oscillations. ,
struck to voters defined is declared a regis day ou no debts her's will be paid by me Learning of the many Attractive qual!
out of a bill! then pending be any time before election day. The chances I tration district, but the board of county In all the experiments it appeared that, is valuable. Our tales Taos. A. ItopaiNs. ities of (the above-described berry, which

fore the House. It is j well known are that nil votes would be declared illegal commissioners I in each county shall have with equal nerve excitation, the strength V July_ 83th, 1590. I have seen fit to name Nonesuch, I have

that the relief bill has saved already which aro ii.ut east b} citizens M ho ate the authority and power, at any day I piipr of the skin currents depended on the degree are low and will be strictly adhered I Not ire. purchased the entire right and stock of

since Us paftuge to liiadloid I county( fully and lw>'uti'ly qualified to vol.thiily .-, to I the first stiV o'f July in nnv } ear in to which the part of the skin bearing to in allTHE eases.VV LL. PERSON INDEBTED plants and will deliver them to parties,

alone about $9,000( and will in time Tlie4ili iuvs, bcfoip el-otiou day alter which there shall be a general elcUi'in. to tile electroJe-j was furnished with ,_ _V_ __ -__ _.5 2 tate of Thnias Sims, late TO of THE Bradford ESV who may want them in qu:in titles from
of OrioU-r is I the l.i-l iiiul ciringe; the bou-id 100 t tO 5.000
day
on plants
the entire iries of any sweat County, State Florida, decease will colon ; at a most reasonable
pay bonded indebtedness whlth citizens can pay I IUM-S. lo qualify election districts, nr loci-ate n-nv di<- glands.Llectrician.tet. forward nndnnk immediate payment and all pi ice. Myj'bject iu this is moie for the-

of the 'ounty. For t hose who have them to vote llrs year. Not >idy I the law; I I iIS. designating each district Ily I:III))tier JOB DEPARTMENT pn-sHpt persot-s them holding iliy tamis against said estate wilt welfare of the btruwberry growers of the I.
forgotten the 1 hut wlfnptrt and nridi? <>' und at m the most Miilnble authenticated, within the state than for
of citizenship. in self
natuie point
this bill wo h cacti d!is- time rv<]Uij ed by.w, or this notice will be plead aggrandisement and
will say that thesD 200,000 s lioihl mike evirv voter see to Ins own tnct L i to fi.til; >lish :a voting place or |uetiiiCt. Near Middlehnrsr., at the reMdonee.of in bar or tlu-ir recvery. jj_ 3I BLANTOV profit. Correspondence solicited,
acu-s >t H si>t. tufnl. piy his o WIt I taxe< and OVMI at which votiiur j Jinniptun. FU.,jly 1*,igflrt. Administrator.Notice. .
plic
F.
S
land ; or cci
her GARDINER.
that II tact
are M-I a itle [ (daughter Mrs. Oco. Falnna. the 17ihin of the
to hi
this t there
pay is) own vote Let c.tizui pcrfot shall be two ,
every polling !
bonded indebtedness b hu for after pi ices as here i o'clock a. m, Mrs. Sarah J.Dill.iberry M-irke, Vr ti.
am ing fold I duty liitnsolf. and I then let him provided which Mid voting place or ; 1 rice by express; 100 plants, 50 cents

as fast as possible and the proceed*I vote a* his honest judguiei.l; dictates h precinct slull: not heiealter bo changid in the TGih year of her age- fly 1) Honorable VIRTUE 01 AN. ORDER MADE BY THE 1.000 plants $-3.50; IQ.QQQ( plants. $20.00-; S

are Ubed by the state treasurer to:I Metropolis.-_ __ the ilhoui the consent of four members of She was a member of the M. E. church TO County Court in ad forth F. Malphurs.* County Judge of Bradford.of the -5

pay thus these bonds as they become due,, Youag man, net on this pood mlvice m etinir board asst'iiiMedViihin of county commissioner ten days after in I and hor whole life was one of care and TST3 APH Mate dated August of Florida lan.-oxercisiug I). Ii90, appointing probate powers me the, U. D. MINERWATCHMAKER TVa

saving the )people from ever From one wh i knows it all, there shall lie any change i in the comtoit. She was n widow, her husband undersigned us coniilhsioner to sell the following
division .
having to pay) a dollar of these: When At you eventide upon do your lidy love number 01 b undines (>/ m the election( dU-, a n.an beloved of all for his ftciliisg virtues 31. Ormer.real estate Im be ot!Jgmg 3jl x-k to County the estate(Jeoroia ofVm, de-. J. V..
call
bonds. The bond tax that i is raided I If she has powdered her: fair face tt i jets of as the H'W i-sta lislied. or of the localioii having died years ago She leaves Is complete in all its details, and we deser.hedaofoUu cease-l. situate-1)in-aid: The Cou southwest tyof Br.tdtord, ai-d

every year is to keep up the interest t Don't kiss her in the dot shall be the voting places; or preciucts.it four sons and a daughter to mourn' her ;are .'section twenty fo', towushm ei-ht o.uarter south of of
tI duty of prepared to
on these bonds until paid by the It may explode and show you up in each the county cominiskioneis b is. They watched over her declining punt anything in range t Wenty-tw o' st (S A>1 S S4 T 8 S R si E).

sale of this land, and the interest j is:; When you apply the spark. shall be any such county chungc in to make which in there wilt years, ministered to her every want with the \\ay of Commercial or Official c-intaiiingouehupro'land less Now: by \V tue of saul sixty order acres I will more s-H or at

vided all that the people need pay, pro Do not Suffer ing i an accurate description of any Mich loving h care-and; : giz"d with I I tea n-ti i iii ineol Stationery, Pamphlets", Circul.irl -*, in public the Town auction of in SUW ftot i" the the said. ourt C'ou house ty of Brud-door a

this land is not forfeited by Knowing that any Longer. foith new and idteicd election tlisiricts, setting yes upon tie fast tl.'iing tide of life, l>lanls- of all kinds etc. ford. on the first lOiidty in September, A. I).
%
roush can checked the Ira, It
)
Rome scheming boundary lines thereof being the *t dayofsiid mouth and sVi: :;
politician who want, in a day, 811(1 the first utM es of <-imsumption designate Ihe FO as to when the Iteiprr of all I lime ci.tur.Cil her regu.ar sale day 19 afores U.1 describe lands a _
accurttely I
to I limits
court favor of
horn some l-roken in a week, each belonging to the e&teof saij decedent
county not wo hen-by t district Unit has for her Said
own.
receiving benefit guarantee lr. Anker's not already !>een clearly real estate soM rdutribution among the lecnl .
Cou-rli
English
from ( j V.
this bill, and:i H I denned and established l.eir-t and dislribu-es and for the
a careful uiedy, and \\ill refund the am' they shall at For Death h ith callinl at th>portal of life! pavuieut of the
eye is nece ary in thejlegislalure. all who buy, take it as direction niouuy ti> the simo time name and clearly define And called her away from .i i.in I -iif i expenses Terms, of the aJJinistratiou of S oil estii'e
.-. We do and dc per ,, anddeesciibe I in CHlieiS her a way Inun tins wi.rMof Give cash, purclUT pay lug for titles.ft -AND-
not not lind our willing the v >r call
want statement
I to lose voting place us a
& rorioct. J Up to the land wlieiv tbe > I 1 KoBEitr KEITH, .
l th s Jand. Wo 1 or piecinct which they shall I go an j 1st RO; Aug. 1390. __,
cannot afford tc lose W. II. HlVf.Ks.Th h lished have estab C.ille 1 her aw.i troai the l'fl onod here ColunuissioLer ', 4..
'
Dr. Gaskins from ----. -- in any such uew or nlteied election Ul to those awning her there. ( Notice E1Ar4aSTARE.
|
tic
legislature.V \ public *ee f>f lion. 11 P. any I which I they
FLA.
need him there to watch thi.s Kogirs, president m inayfhHiige the Tli..n hove w i'li: soft, u sivnt trP ft'!. I : TS HEJIBY GIVEN THAT 3
relief bill. tho of Ue: state: alliance, an-i l voting ph;Ce or I pi.ci j ct. Xor ilisturb the U'ep ot tio s'h.iuiri\ t'ead! an art of thee. latureef Florida UNDER Lpeciai attention given to repairing Watches
they shall
; inoic they tire impressed tint of all I foithw'ilh cans.- t the same AS *\ith cl -hauuJs cia p' 1 on t>rd!>t, j I\imim our Samples and our "An Act to proU'a' genera law for the entitled kCl.cVEs: and Jewelry & -.. &c. itli work dot
Such .let* AH those cannot bo forgotten public men flIhelongi og to Florid be to be lecorded in I the u-iri-'iry oaf ilenls in L .Mie is taking HIM U*', long, pea --iul u ies'1 t lra-es They will Please You. poration ..t Kul.3us at d canaU" alit 1 all incor acts- at reasonable prct-p for cnsh
krows better than the OIhCC oaf tbe ckikf T'lHiigrie.enut for ht-r ula> ;utji j,Vi.seI away amendatory thfn-3 the undersigned 1
by GUI people. If the 1 any Imw to sty the. t tiie ciienit eouil I I \V.th: a -s-i LIe "n L.rIi that luneaTbJl'r1 *- Notice to
doctor for ; tIeni.l-i.geth Non-resiileist
such s'e.utvisay. -r under Defend
right ;
thing in the
the Ou naioe of
: i is not it'turned to the right place and. la the county. it'C'cmii.iir:: the ;aiorisnid I t o.hand-tt i.t1ut'r-I,: 1 ct>:ne k and KBfscn City Kail-o-ui
after legislature risjLt way. 'JisignatiiMis and de-ciiiiton| :. of tiic To dwelt with ji.u 1.1 Out fur-ouway home!" I-aiiy. for the pui-j5 of huiMIn- Coin hi II t.'IN .
all the __ cwiimrf ?r.
honors) that have been Slid election, di-tiu i i i anils'a.u.li.aiuta.iO a rairuad
The Railroad > am \VLIt lug pluci.or! V for pOlitic e ('irrUJT COURT fOURTH JUDICIAL
confined upon him, it will be a dirtft Whirji Accidents piecincts the siidom:iy comnii-s, om-rs PIANOTUMMER in betweefl s-it: city I Starke aud Sdnlison City, CIKCL'IT OF FLORIDA. iN AND FOil
f &actfrd
omit verv: ltv ith To CcuatFlOri'1a
Wi the
shall Ladies.
iiihult \vtnlcr-- ] [ ulilisi! the BRADFORD COUNTY.
to the state democracy. ful io-s to hiiiu ui lif aiesuili Jaim.f.ir <>t e\c-eeding U i.lL i
Tlie democrat! of Florida lor a man '., -toi-.> .;'xJ a'j j JAlasS.IAx5y rEEK. i.( CHA.NCEBY.
) are look;: of oeorrsof, his fellow o lhef l i county, and I if I theie .uc' i.o ) v In S blood iir :m U'lj.nie -i>;idiMO!) | 1 Jours L. Uoaiss. To Hecry Meinbaril, Lsaue Meiahar-1, Samuel
-. ing forward to Dr. (ia.-kius for (- )>j. men., but a fii.-aier i iausefor >hed in said! newspiper puiili I from t'io' u'.orn'i ui i>i impure ni tOld, V Starke, Fla.. AusSt 190. Mcinbard and Kims A. Wet, merchants ant
c a ieUtion i cotii.ty I hey shall T UT ia Au
Hny d.iuvtr to I postal d ( > August September. ;43m partners doing business und -r the ttrin-namu of
higher iiH'tu
position than i is in tho power lIIi4 nun bc.dih. If I be buffer's. fn iu ui-U- plainly wiittt-n or printed copy of s-iid I i menstrual ii Ci't2ktIS. followed I i -L) or October and p&j when jiV-nn-tnl. Bros. & Co.:
of Bradford anal poi- lie ltsciiitins i by i lie .ieLl''.' loik, 1 >>t Color ant c'itr- i told. iotice. You
county aliuie on may stop a"d rell ] ai.d tlesjg ations at the crop are Spot Cash j are hereby required bvfore the fIrst MoaiUy -
: him and to give the Cti tt. I>r. "'psttnoH 0:1 house door of such court ol u uv-k of tho sys'Mn uit) [nviiliailv ITlces. The Lowest known.Jost All persons indel*! totheesia'.e in September A. 1.). 1'91',to answer plea ofc'emr.r
his return it this time to: Tonic is warr nt* d to land's (Misava: i I cuous place. county in a conspi benelitte-t l ti>:v the wi'iii" I'd ton- a'.i.i a little caib down,balance oikareLwi-hyiiffwi t> coius frwirU of Henry and"F. to the bill iu efjmty file t ,i'uirgt You in
the legislature will IIpltiit the HIM! ;ir- 1,14,001 cleiiiii. December 15th. No Interest. the Circuit Court Bratllord C'vutir. honda.by
tat I'lujit-'itio-"f 1\ 1. 1't.t Settlethesaie. ail all
] ; clai"is
t poison and
person havm
>imply hhovv when the .
to blo.>a! has ln-en I ) Our entire stock-an;make Tbeodcr( Exlwar the tate that our oun people i pin ified itill leave the oysta.iu Mr-Miir I (Continued o'lf ) IDdorxe 1- thC
sx. a< to iepiils. be t'ORNiiEVEl, offer vre ever made. hutS re- a > instill
him for atlacks) \\ ) ; QUICKLY fiuirt.5 bv- law, 8 notice will newsj ajier pubhslieil iv.Minty.a3
( II!:)' Oinupfs, will or t be plead
position the lie hiiho in h-ar
any democracy :I. come li'tr. The wise inMimM thisyear.: And xiirelv bv flic o, th-ir \v. tne new-'['oj>er i which hut notice sh il! lie pub-
<>t u MMS or" Abl-i'tt s E ,s \VrItc for flrculaSUMMER recjncry. T. wK3. his'oed awl
that
way confer upon him. The UloiJ:ir in a l, )Uleofiti.s t : v nn! 01.1> t'oli Those tiiionie tub'1 1iI; I 1.00() a I ln>\ Imli-iii, < -rn I'a'iu. L89o OFFER 1S9OIUDDEN _i>tT. S._ ._ Admim-jtrator. tour c'rievutive; said wetkiu nol.ceshall said be published, ?

doctor is a general favorite of the ino W.n.av save .1 l.rge Joccj'a bill. : ot.:i for tlu-m now v. ill lie "Jad to give The l>:-t i tinnr C.ir-.is. V*. rt-, dOlT t-ulj-crioe favour couniy th first .Monday in S.pfemtoer A. 1 pjfier>.is'JO.pnorto Order- wSI
by
II. Rivers. iUnnoiis is Abb'It's [ P1'V tdatc-ha.uber.-.Jaiy.Jth.; H U.
twice tha' amount before \\iuter. I lit- In lian ( ui i S BATES, We u-e our lst eiuleavois in
J'aiut. It never aiN. T vi vour (Signed> Jot.y F. WHIT
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SAVANNAH, CA. interot. Ont oKar a year. I* B. KHObEa. Judge of 3 Compfs Sol'r. of Florida.






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a JI 8. ALVAREZ Start. .'L. .111;. 29, ISSK i for a rssi Ja.ln so New- 1Sen eft h C. i Ef k r ia tie I le F irlitsr a L'adIa Drg : FOR cf PSaT 5HEEJFFfritsi .S.biis (-In; stwuacr

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I lLocaI ?Mac *iD be ccsatv dtAJ1 -_ ace is. SiirieiLE* .e rt a fc :3N: r r.S is s:d tor th. (r tae.J cI.Bnd.f,1'i.
At affairs. Mate c f li.3dt .Lj .
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f Jones Sells Shoes.
kay : WIII Lenber Mr. 1rd I: X. V,. 'tt.Jr.l tip a: : } Fsrnx-s.
CKri tvUT" TiSy
i DE.rthR loSTf i j It mar rain or at maT pour, (? : In !Lisp to ccrsceaee"bed- i e i"J.. i-d.-1 Y 'f tfi. 1-: FOR TAX l"ULLD..1'Of

,, bat JOXES sells Shoes a.t. \ 1 ia.3. :1rC2
Mtqt b eir=e* : 10 ; T&e f rieaA? rf E+meesP it ant fate

i ]trdu.nts May puff and blow, Mre -t of tie eve:rir2. arLiLt a:4 iii, Cdbo'l c1)nr ex1Lr him ail a eUIitd.J.eo

< but Jone se i:> S JG.. AT1S LM 20=* :orai' i.:' us Le roc U c:tr.+f TaX Crirtit r of
i I Mrs T. T. !!
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1 <;.d to stty for abtU
Q f y Ther may kirk Raine out of .\of 'C". .:- .1!. lIa" 'faif d: 's. : ITLtlDtJG :e ra3T s.srrt cX the

'( the tabtnet.. but Jencs *. 1Uishot \. :. ,- -'d .Y". Hs :Lr cco- Tj; L uhe o.d:: tCC.iuLHa

Y1 A MILLINERY *. I, tilt Me ti3 sj 3.aiIz 1 re- ,, ic g A fonssc b- irs !" tsritsf lirt F1:1DM.
'I 1 r t :.0 bis d veins*. HeVill.t 1t cill 15 =. -- -- -
5 The republics* may pas the ia "" T" i.c. sa oecnt J FOR } AI1'.E.72t .
: tm a few !dir*. ; .tA..t of Q t
4 force bil: bat Jones *<1U shoes ;*'- rzrrcc: *t lire ir : aced f*.rtd! tjf M t_ J BL C:.n ssi.alaoe

',i Mr Dr. 3iice! 5 4ird o-O H1. :d' X.-:1d % ira Actr-iiirte Jcx Cwacccsia T ':
They all build e erf<
fine hon
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R s ifitt-e Mr ?Zr: h.'. i i1i'"f'k I I
BIT JONES SELLS SHOES. 1 f or Xey Tori.iissL c.cy T-ly'rrC'fi ire lk bciX D0. T 1i1e ls wK3G8.

When Gz tina ets tab !I :r.x.j i'"JtOTl. oi : j iastOl'iL'a! i"II ILS

'i{ IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND JOBPS will sell? shoe*. roreruor =rre- O'Cccscr, vbo !p.Btrirer 4 I A t'Oor.UT editor in T t t:1 CA3 far a Cooctj Decocntic Csaresticn. -
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ii PASISIAN STYLES. Con;* wHI unseat Bullock, i f:1'! a. .fee s. .. jc-2r 'it! tie fc2o.::=2r: Tie decocr&uc pirtv of Bradford

':i. I JONES STILL SELLS SHOES. P*t'. -.=p AA..Grt, Of Gutiesc1Lf tie-cki 5 p tas i+ i wH to S'Ci1'cosnty will boH copT jtioa iatirke

hla If I See oar redc on We-Ines. ar September

ct2o s"biraa. "- of til* -1i E'e'L ;Tea is a grand die to pr b- 10th. li:0, n 11 o'cJock ju'n, to


( A :6r+eat D&.p1sy ofSILES.: LACES. BIBBO S. and ORS.. Pid. Trsbv Lazi ti, s'tenibcrg c F-rl" yL..j A J.Co.: A Kite i i .ro.I'u.} 3: ;:kTcir t- work.;.ccriplne-.:. 1-. J-._:; the" :e-d.: tr ta CSa'c+ \miue zad: ciXJ&ty carjdfdaie of Crrdf&rd* to in repreweat iL* next

-: ': 3IE\rs B.k BrtctrUts. Hair Baad I Tr' a+e =:rt 1.: JitijcTCre < E'd. : -
. and Hair Ornaments, &r. AKnA-yy Jt Co. !,' E' :.0 bet: tie .ri=:'! pre>* ttTa ..._ .t.... .

1. i .',tE+ :1.3 Ilflt.. :C3 i .j Milk iMe* it -Mgraaa .'-' ': for :if fill: ci=;.,iir:=- aorii iii g-rt tiert 'a.l CY2.i-: TS'.I ;: -The everal eecv Ji+_trkt. of
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Jf.rr,r."; a Mamliatr i if A r3 h.,-c of t ori? ia-s oil; it -_ _.'i.'I-_. like i;. lo..rs? rxe: cf it* ;......' : :r cr Sit :r [uric are entitW to tb* foilov-

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&t..j.I _,"- 'L-I n.-"',: .JV- if" is5LARGEST Td C:'} :, -===-: J tL: 1.: I 'I u 4. :r.Cl...!:si i:i Vzrrisls 10 *' rJ.. ..:'L'. t"1..t: other ;=. Uj* j e:- ILl3. Iz.tr.it flt.rtry in. their pt: ittiaaGaL. :
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it" a1't7: ;C.t pliiji?: iii : ire *-xt srtr.t* for treJAXES 'G'.l i-J : rC : L* ".ii, I
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Always the BEST GOODS for the leas! HONEY!I E ; >;att.r
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4. crs? I: wm .t O.t i iI ,. District '. e ii i. Jen irr jrl!:! Bk,xi Elixir hxs sTraetai edto

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CIRCUIT .but the ]
THE BENCH OFTHEFOURTH trace wide of facts, for anything

rtBLUlRED-EVERY YDAY, NOW VACANT. VANIA. otron are plainly ap- truth would do us more harm than o.
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-

WllkCHbarre the Scene of Fearful in his new work on East A FEARFUL TRAIN WRECK _, ,--- ..
,. STA.RKE, :FL0RIDA.: The Judge A"slpl Ill Health a. the C*o e will ..
of Froperty-SuInnilrrlllO and thinks that the orange ,
for hi.Retirement and the Governor Ex- ton almost the with the A Floridian I' -- THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR OBOCERIES, IHonrx FLOUR. CORY i o$
veywvlhle l.ev.lelln KILLED AND 23 INJURED -
MEVBEB OPfc been in India may not FIFTEEN PEOPLE
never -
to.\: -,THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, pressel the General Hope that led will WlLKESBARRE, PA., Aug. 21.- contradict him as regards the NEAR BOSTON. HAY AND BRAX.

" ; .' :ATF1UATKD WITH ,, llefttore Him to Health. o'clock this afternoon the most like the French, we do. THEY WANT TOSELL YOU YOUR BUY GOODS AND NOTIONS.

.. : ,Jt., _. THE_ NATIONAL_ PRESS_ _ASSOCIATION._ TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Aug. 15.-Governor cyclone that was ever and here,lemons and when will a not Floridian inter- The .\('('Idelttrlhutct lo .Spreading THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR CLOTHING AND I'RNIMIING GOODS -3

., 'IERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.>> Fleming to-day received a letter of this locality struck this city. I score him one for mendacity. .Ilallft-Ouc Car 1,11 on tit UiiRlne and THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR HATS .AND CAP

"' w.*.. One year... ..--.....-.._...-................'100 from Judge Baker of the up the river, but from what point have seen oranges,or what I, 1-\lol.t in Steam-Tue G Graphic Sto-
,. MX months- __._._...._..... CD'AllVubBaripUons resignation The all outward intent and THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR BOOTS, MIOE3 AND RUBBERS. .
: .- must be paid invariably in Fourth circuit, of which the followingis mated is not known. to ry ofaSurtUor or the Crash.BOSTON I

J4 advance. .Ho discrimination iu favor of any a copy: of its coming was one of its growing on lemon trees, and August 23.-Oae of the most i THEY WANT TO SELL YOU YOUR H.\RDVAlt: TOOL AND BUILDING }
.. bod). JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Aug. 14, 'iW.) Sudi varieties Tardilf, LTER"
Communications upon all matters of local tures. The heavens Wl'r a and rind St.a Michael disastrous railroad-accidents: that ever I THEY W-XT TO SELL YOU YOUR WAGONS BUGGIES. .\GUCCLT
paper
': ..'" '10"but Interest to receive solicited attention from all letters part must of the be county accoraiwnied -; Hon.DEAII Francis SIR 1.-I riemiujrGovernor.deeply regret that con- : night and the w ind blew with fri i > strongly of the lemon to be, occurred in the vicinity of Boston, and MENTS; SEEDS .AND FERTILIZERS.. .

>> by A responsible name-not for publication tinued ill-health and physical infirmitiescompel I velocity. Whole rows of trees < ar's wife, above suspicion; and one that rivals the- famous Wallaston THEY WANT-TO SELL YOU YOUR S.\DDLE. HARNESS: AND IX F
WHP.
of good faith.
,but as a guarantee } ofttimes their outside .
NOTICE TO BCBSCKIUERS. me to tender you my resigna- blown down. Following this upon visible to the disaster of Oct. .">, 1873, occurred shortly}" THEY WANT TO SELL EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED. GIVE THEM*
The time when subscription expire la printed tion as judge of the Fourth -judicial cir- unroofed,partially cells is-plainly i
of houses the
on each wrapper, or paper with the addree.' cuit. As much a? I appreciate the honor were The description and out- after one o'clock this afternoon on A TRIAL, AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED :THAT THEYWILL

and subscription will be promptly stopped m- of position and the over or completely demolished navel lemon figured in the same road, the Old Colony, and very SAVE YOU }
len othenise ordered. Thos? who continue and dignity my IOXFOX E\.lmrrIXU[
the office will be expected have placed worse than all a visitation of Fruit Grower of November In the Wallaston.
from the
to take the paper confidence former governors near same place. BUY AND AT SAME Tim CL.IR-
to pay for it in full. the honoris number of people. is a tough morsel for unbeliev TiE
I fully
in me am sent a killed and'cry
disaster iifteen
upon
a'3e were
Specimen copies free to any R clress. There is old ANTF.E: -
with duties,and that the public ) an saying TiE QVALTf
In clubs of five to one pl.6totficQthO BRADFORD coupled TWELVE LIVES L(isT. I be nearly 130: To-d.vy fifteen persons -
COUNTY TELKGKAPH will be sent one expects those duties to be performedwith I barrel should planted injun'.J QUANTITY OFGOODS.
year for JUJUIll'mlttlmces neatness and dispatch. Now thatI The total death loss, so far as' currant bush, and we know were killed instantly, twenty-thru* .

should be made by check.pobtHl know I cannot give to the judicial trust I. tained, is twelve. strawberries are sour enough seriously fatally, .
were injured
note, money order or registered letter. known to have l ttr. "
Four men are heavy draught upon the
should a
and labor that
-- that care, thought I tender hereby to ,as killed in the Hazard rope works. before they "go right to the and several more sustained slight inju-
be expended, you
ADVERTISING RATES" Governor ot the State of Florida, my A house on fkot street, ( containing a greater rie. Stern &
Depends upon position and length of time to resignation of the j udgesh ip of the fourth miners who llul just returned of saccharine than usual are The train wrecked wa- the Wood's Truby burg ompanyi

run and will be furnIshed upon application. .judicial circuit. work, fell in and three of the palatable, as the preference'of Hill express, which leftootl's Hill at ,

I do so with many regrets and many were killed. .. ,demonstrates.. .. If, in like, m nu- 10:30 o'clock this morning and was due
SECRET SOCIETIES. grateful remembrances of kindnesses al- The huge 6Dokt'tack or the juice ot tne lemon must always at f o,ton at ):10 clock this afternoon.It .
the officials and the planing mill fell on a man n11 d and qualified with sweet be I
shown me by consisted of locomotive No. lr, Starke Florida.I
INDEPENDENT: ; ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. people ways of Florida. I is my wish that horses, and all were killed. killed it, it is not unusual to sup- manned by Engineer Babcock and Fireman ,
A little colored girl was dul-
this resignation tate effect immediately a slight dash of the superb smoker
John Ryan, a t.aggagt car, ,
night at Odd) Fellows'ball. South Main
Mectactery Tuesday falling building on Washington navel might ren-
in order that successor maybe and four coaches
my
Tranbient brothers cordially invited to suffered death bv the Pullman car, ordinary
attend. I..C. Hull. Noble (;rnd; F. J. Field, in time to hold the fall term Two men necessary in its use, with- heavily loaded.
Bocrrtary. 1'. O. box 41. of qualfie. of a portion of Stegmair's brewery.There from the acidulous
L Respectfully, your friend, are undoubtedly fifteen p TIE A
IMPROVED ORDER OF WED MEN. JAEf M. BAKER. teen others killed, as. reports are ( hybrids of the Mandarin and The train had passed Quincy at 12:57:

n constantly to that effect. have come up, good o'clock, running about ten miles an
Osccola Tribe No. 1, Florida. Council fires THE GOVERNOR'S REPLY. oranges BAZAAI
kindled each Wednesday's Slei-p at their Wigwam WHOLE PISrKICTS IX RUINS. flavor and keeping qualities to hour,and just beyond PrCsillentsIJrd e,
SUrke FJa. Transient Lrothers are('01'tllaUY Governor Fleming has prepared the the proprietors thereof that in abut one-eighth" a os- ---HF.LEns.
lnvitel to attend.* W. w.Tuinblin. Sachem following reply to above: Large districts in several a mighty nice thing, which, if the engine left the track from a

; W. ){. .Meacham,,C. of 1J. TALLAHASSEE, FL., Aug. 1:, Ib90. the city are in absolute ruin,and guarded, will banish the letter cause undetermined, and plunged into Fancy Goods, and

-- - -- lon James M. Maker. and children are in the streets purses. There was a sugges- an embankment twehe feet high and Stationer

MASONIC.:; MY DEAR JUDGL-I am in receipt of and wringing their hands in about those Traveler oranges was buried upon one side. The tender, School )
School
Bradford Ix dffc No.; 42. V.&A. M.. meets your favor of the 14th instant, tendering dismay. The damage will reach last winter at Ocala, which baggage car,smoker and Pullman passed Books, ,
regularly the third Thursday n each month at resignation judge of the fourth dreds of thousands'>f dollars. veterar taster to and by the engine and were stretched along :
your
111"t'thl'm cordially lm'tetl. a i pause ob
:-.0: m. \1811nll'
p. the
Wm. (0'.M .lpbul'8, W.M.;". E. Vadnnghtecretary. judicial circuit court of Florida. I have trains and locomotives at dept he rolled a morsel over for some distance. The foremost passenger Musical Instruments Etc.
accepted your resignation as reclueRte. blown over, and every wire that here was something that coach left the rails, and its foremost .

In doing so, permit me to express you electric light, telephone and heard from again, was every truck swerved to the left and .
ATTENTION; BRADFORD' ().C UA1tDS. my sincere regret for the causes which is down. The de\'asttion-is to broadly I marked with the navel plunged diagonally through the car Starke, = = = = Florid ;

Regular meeting of the company for drill on induce you to resign the position; you pared with nothing tender, with a smack of both floor. The car then fell upon its left
Monday night at.:aI'lI.' m. Hy order of It. C. have so long fle with honor. distinction the oldest inhabitant. Everyboy and Mandarin,and a distinct side upon the engine. The lower forward -
llcibeijrer.captain W. Mt'rjnin, secretary and Please accept my joicing that no fires ha\e else) as the Mandarin: from portion was torn to splinters, and

and trcaturct. thanks for an assurance of my appreciation the streets are impassable with orange--a new departure, of the passengers in the car many weie

of your uniform kindness and fallen buildings, and the engines which may be as eagerly thrown into the rear corner, from Inch THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
CHURCH DIRECTORY. courtesy during the many )ear I prac not be drawn through them. Northern markets some future eleven dead bodies \\ before court, and in this I The Murray shaft house was citrus nobilis in tho
---- tce your b palmy A TOUT r.v inn (.
I voice the sentiment of your en- down and the fan stopped. its first introduction. Another :TF\
BAPTIST CIIUHCH.Senices

and moke Ironi the iB. CAMPBELL
bteain
in the Escaping
men mines .
,
tire bar.I twenty-seven little of the ,
hybrid evidently .
:
at 10:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. }'",)'er got out safely. engine instantly lillid the car, M> that
they can
meeting C"CIY Wednesday at tI) p.m. 1>1. M.Wombold. earnestly hope that relief from the hoped b and never yet on exhibi those within could nothing either I JACKSONVILLE, TLA.cai WORLD
.pubtor. Sunday school meets every cares responsibilities of office willvrove NEWS OF OTHER DEATH indeed a surprise to me in set I largest"toCK in the nth Atlantic INTHE IsRR
Sunday morning at lUUA::; Joseph Thomas., of great benefit to jour health, from Sugar piquancy and tenderness of I within or wihout. The forward cars \:lhl States of !
Reports come I outward-
HUperintendfiit. and that you may be spared many yearsto town three miles from I f i uits like these as a basis were fll'cti o\'t' upon l til
mining bound Irark, completely I > >ingtriflic,
PRESBYTERIAN CIJ HCII. your family and friends. the destruction of property is and crossing who can tell and tir to S:2i: }'. ni. iIi) tru'-u: K-CS pa H'tl l ?

Sun iwi every Sunday at 10:10: a. m.,und 8 p. I remain With sentiments, sincerely) yours the highest,' regard, and that Parsons fifteen persons Creek were, flavors may:' 'l.t be at- the \J ck iii t.illHr dm'< IK.:>. PlaiDs &O11EIllS
At r
m. It. JI. Muttitx pastor. Sunday school F. P. FLEMIMS, ancli the TH:. [
in all to quality ILJln'1.
even Sunday 10 a. in. L. C hull, Supcnntendeut. : from here, :upl'rative
Governor of Florida. have bsen more or less damaged, we we are Only tliue poisons on the train ahead AS A SPRING
Maj. J. E. Younge has been appointedhis number of killed will reach ten. to rest upon our f.uirelsand rely of car'lCo. 2oj( \ere injured. These were MEDICINE.TOCUREANDTONE

METHODIST CHURCH. successor. graph wires are down in all masterly inactivity of letting the fireman, who was instantly killed Violin*, ILinjoo. (:at tars. A('cordeonuth *

Services> every S&bbath at lO.'X)n.m. and 7:3o( -.--- and communication is all shut of. alone} we may,in the phrase and buried under the engine; the engineer ti harps:'iininin Strings.'ran l SN-ot ant.thing Music and small l'r'tha/instruments, UP THE GENERALAILMENTS.OFTHE

II.'m. Prajer-meeting every Tuesday and PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 19.- vernacular, "get badly who jumped and was slightly hurt, :. sical ut lower norihtrn pruv.t\
Thursday 7:10.: ) Joseph F. Shandy pastor. Whether Southern Securities ''I Ad dispatch from Scranton to the ) it not mean eomething to us and the Pullman conductor, who I hal. Sunday whool every Sunday 8tI a. m. J.
Charles Kithtird Superlntcnlent.CII1LISTIAN; vance. says that trainmen of incoming Imperial Bloods sell for a the side of his faro cut and his right ear _

The New York Daily Financial News. report that the village of Northern markets, at the very nearly cut oft" The t three rear passenger I )1'JTC) --Hair.i-3 I I'S'l'l'r..
CHURCH. We hear a vast deal of honest talk miles west Scranton, was brag oranges are, from abun- coaches did not leave the track and the -Kna *>. I.lrl'

Act 11. 2C: Acts 20 28: Ephesians 3. }(-1:): the of the Southern country thir cyclone this afternoon well a immaturity, almost a passengers received no worse injury t thana I
I. Peter 13.< l'r'll'f'8S.conclllncl fourth Lord'o abut progress o'clock and Does it not mean something shaking up. Car No. 2:>((5; was the principal f ) O/ A "-Q'Fu'nmt"otlyand!
: Dayatlla.m.amud7p.tn.) F. P. Barry.pabtor. lately, and although ve are not William totalyannihiate'l, i fruit comes to us hand scene of death and agony, V 1 X VT-TA..JL.N J-lb1Igo Cotnle.I .
Sunday-school\ each Lord's Day at 11 a. m, A. eer
E.Moitt,su] i intendent. among the ardent enthusiasts of that of his train experience while polished and showing traces of and the experiences of its occupants

.- -- -.----- particularly favored region, we are through the cyclone, said the and set off by the shrewd were never exceeded in horror and suf- calm ipecially recommend the Haines Bros. *M.

.: EPISCOPAL: CHURCH. pretty thoroughly imbued with the was lifted from the track, the glittering chromos and bril fering in any railroad wreck of recent I'ijnos and Farrand and Votty Organs as f urnishinj .
Regular scniccs the first and third Sundays out blown off and all the windows : tho very ear marks on years. ?the best. value of any instrument made -
.. look. The fact begin with is the in the v/nrld. The F. and V. betaKen
of the testi / organs can
in each month at 11.4): a. in. Sunday-school t cars were crushed in by the package giving
each Sabbath at 4 p.m. 1(. C. Heiberger, eu- enormous cotton crop, which this region, of the wind. Two of the terrifc the a'st{Ie tastes of classic - to piecEs and put together in nve andare minutes -
by intelligent
,
..cnntendcnt. and this region alone can produce, In the were seriously injured. have not yet died out in their FLOR DA FLAT WOODS. in e\ any other respect 10)"ear-h boy as the best
whole world. Not only for ourselves is )the United
I ? The beautiful external onran State.
--- -- -- '- - definite account of the ap -----
this consideration but bear in mind Any j't EASY TERMS-$1 monthly onl'ianosand
a ,
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. the damage done Ls difficult to of California fruit added to its ThutUlul. ,)f Acres of Goo.I I'.irIl I.nml S:on urifiinstil paid. Just thinK of ill Anyone
_ ._ that we get from exports of this staple interior far toward bal
all the wires to the welt of the goes in Till-. tan own an instrument: on sll'h terni Littleniome
some three hundred millions of gold. down.A gustatory perfections, which State. tan ordinary) rent. Send for free catalogues. -
CITY OFFICERS.Mayor And for which cannot what instrument want and
a product b ourselves are one of Gradually the flat woods are growinginto you
to the Inquirer our pecu-
special
-J. O.Adams.Aldermen elsewhere and you will promptly I get full information that
-W W. Sapp, 1". 0. Miner, Geo gown consequently mouth says: .HarveJI ie, a favor, and justly so. I will will asttm&h )on. I have some big! bargains in and Physicians prescribe endorse it wih P.15rent P.P.ails/action HI a iplendld for eom thai
E. Pace, J.G.AJarez,J. !L T ruby.OlerkWaiter to ourselves, and to grow in importance village ten miles from was peculiar institution is not go- not be many years before they will be nil 1;form,H'i'l.t.?y<"i Primary. "egondip p.d
Wills. time We do not
r a progresses. this afternoon tornado. The us unless we gird up our PIANOS & OEGAN3.
by a
sve SECOND-HNDE
: Treasurer! W. Morgan.
mean that the staple is not grown in any producing more wealth to the state than
:' take hold. In
Marshal-Wm. Tison. odist church and the adjoining orange grow C RV
P.
Send one cent in > tal card and write for
a o
other than ours, but we dome i
..A6ICt'8orT.1.8wCIt.! country were blown down. in all other mundane affairs, the hammocks or pine lands. aluablcjnformation.A.! .

COUNTY OFFICERS.: that the peculiar kind of cotton is age store was totally destroyed.. always room for improvement, Of course there are different gradesof V u L A
for Southern and
grown our country, nowhere like B. CAMPBELL. o
in the and religion, .
houses
the village on
County Judge-W.F. MalrhllLClerk ) else. And this peculiar kind is Hat woods land, the same as of other
of the Circuit Court-\ '.T. Weeks. joining farms were rendered "As our earnest rise, .
labor --- -- -
the best adapted to the uses of So kinds, and we do not mean to say that
Sheriff-D. L. Alvarez.'I'az our
manu-I able. in the were rcwunl ( : cry sypbula.dyphiUtie Bhenmulam, Scrafalon I
Assessor-J. E. Wainwright. facturers of the leading mills of Crops: feds to-do all flat woods land will be valuable. Flat THE TEAVELEES HOTEL And Sores Glandular Dwelling.Bheamatlira,roid
Tax Collector-M. M. Hale. manufacturing centers at home geat I Iabro. Elijah Fahringer, a not our earnest devotion to the Chronic (riro- that havo reotatwl all f

Superintendent of I'boolJ.\ L. Hill. There are problems to be work- was killed, and several others make a religion of our favor woods land that has been opcrly cleared Corner Bay and ,-dar Streets
< II. Ed C. E. ?
unty founeyor-W. wards jured. else we be like the and drained furnishes the
with this may very Lest
Commissioners-T. connection P.Catarrh
County A. Knight, D. II. product
great |
p
Knight, E.A. Todd W. H. Piaholstcr. }t. V. and in which the interests of man- The Record has a special not a thousand miles away, of farming land, on which large crops of ,ra'l :olyil( -:- Florida.A .
Smith. Readingwbich : "About 8:30: to his little
says grove all his heart
kind are involved. See the revolution
---'-- -- -- -- corn, cane. and other can be I
this evening this city was struck and soul and strength, and the products: : I
SPATE OFFICERS. going on at home. Twenty years ago rious wind and rain storm ami after the march freeze, his fa raised. The productions of these farms net brick hotel having all the comforts -
(:mor-Fl>. Fleming,Jacksom ille.Secretary New England and old England bought of Jie
In North can be readily sold within the state, and more expensive houses. Convenient ,
StatJot part was oded. an eye over tho and skin l>utas.f>.Leioma. Chronic FtmateC.pKlnia .
of 11 L. Cntwforl.lCrnw- nearly their cotton in hs raw state blghte
rordUlle. Rl the telegraph, telephone and trees and ) thus keep our money at home. to all depots and landings.Especialy .,Morcuri.U. J-olxon.Tetter iwaMhead,eu.
from States and returnedit P. 5- 1I I H
powerful tonic
t'jaculatet anil an ejcollent I
Southr For gardening woods adapted to Transient Busi
.r Attorney-General Lamar Monticcllo.f light wires were blown down, God is dead." purpo-ethe fat
Treasurer S. Pona. MaccJenny. manufactured, from cheap labor, in twelfth and thirteenth wards are coming to the front, and even the ness. Ik'g.intly furnished rooms, singleor
Commissioner! of Agriculture-L. B. Womb- clothes which our country wanted. The -
well. ness. A barn belonging to prairies that frequently abound are en tt'. Tables good as the best. a -S
South wanted then labor and A SPLENDID LETTER.
enterpriseto
Comptroller-General" D. Bloxham. Snyder was blown down and showing their adaptaliit.ftlr truck This hotJ was buit. furnished and operated -
AdjutantGeneralDavid Lang.Cedar Ke"II. do this, and people grew poorer from horses and cattle in it were raising. a a $ lay house. Rates WAT IS IV! .
of lnbtructlon-AI.. it. Now the Should Come
Superintendent Public scene is changed. to Florida ;:
bert Russell Jacksonville farm hand Ls missing, and as it The one item, howe\er, that we expect are nowreduced to $2.00 a day, while .
\ : The South is wide awake. Labor-is have been with com- the servt-e is better than ,
posed that he was in the fa\ore some day tc- : take the lead is the ever. This is '
\ cheaper and enterprise is thoroughly probable that he'was killed and : from other states by parties turning of vast tracts of flat woods into the OXlY ALL YEAR HOTEL, and ear,building up the system ripidly. .

; VALVE OF PRINTERS' INK. aroused. Cotton the mills are going upe'erywhcre body lies in the ruins. The storm (} my last letter In your paper, pastures, on which cultivated crs"esare ONLY .00 A DAY HOTEL in Jacksonville _I!LaJU In itn Impure wluiso.ysteti r.-nrtitH.n am Un*poiionoj ti> mnqrnaI and wh r :
at South and the
i f( Thrs is the day of printers' Ink, and ducers are becoming manufacturers, pro-at to have been especially severe it would be a good investment grown and the best grades of ] Al citizens of Florida are a.t r
I..J' the here and Sinking Spring, and the a few more pointers for the hen- feeding on it. home The omnibus meets all
for those
prizes are who use it. Your will. The work is being done on the 0
coming down Lebanon valley who contemplate a change The Para grass has now been tried long trains. Htcure roms niail or tel -
fields and by
at home. The is
traditions and remove -
prejudiC'.es1ay be to the
tarif piderable difficulty in running enough to show its adaptabiih'for these graph. A H
to and it fair
contrary, but the world doesn't care a so of speak what, we might do very in other the number of telegraph poles become a well known fact that soils and stock of are'fotll of it. BURTON K. BARR, S
fig for them. The who the track." is One hundred acres of woods could Proprietor. !
across south.
man sits and The South tending The ad- fat I|
for
conceptions. exam- ___ __ __ _
be made to for u S I,
WILKESBARRE, Aug. lit.) -The of the south produce pasture a great ---- S l.
waits for his trade in these days gets ple, is a producing country and makes are to apparent ties are pt-cnliorlv U.Mii-ut by the wonderful toaWIbliKMl ;
that it is number of cattle and at les clemming of i'.f.P, r ".
mistakes when it sends are working so badly and people who have expense properties VnctlJ 145_
left. Don't advertise don't raw material unmanufacture. R.mt tml PntnisntmLIPP.MAN S- i.l
quote your It should send impossible to get anything olT. early life in the more north- than one hundred acres in the northern Coierciul .''

price lists, don't bOO that your city or ground for the every and timated loss at midnight is $: I enduring the rigors of winter states, and much greater profit realized. .:

business is represented in .your patron- clothing fo nakedness of qyeii mankind.It ; though it may reach a higher I sunstrokes and mad dogs of Here it wJultno be necessary to house HotoI S

izing territory, and don't stand up.man must do the work at home, instead of The suffering is great. A find in our Florida clime, that but and but litil. shelter I. Oppsite Depot, Starke
$ fully alongside of those who; are paying the Northern mills and Man- storm set in shortly after thE which is so desirable, 1 would be requited for the .
fight-
chester to do it. This is a self evident and drenched exposed property. only Florida can boast of in Again, the very best of crab grass hay L : 'A1
ing for your rights and interests, and.. proposition, until the South acceptsthe lies in the track of the cyclone. ; being a she has been so truly could be made ami would!, find f'adysale Firstvlass Accommodations. i __ _

t there can be but or.e result-shriveling force of anc, it will continue to laborin night rain is pouring down in some admirer, "the Italy of at from $l2 to $15 l 1)1 ton. If the northern BROS., Proprietor$, '

up. Good salesmen, first.class articles! I vain. Let the South do its own work, ." farmer can raise hay and sdl it at 5:2.00: IVr Day. WHOLESALE IUIUGGISTS.omariB'ict. .
gilt-edged credit are not and let the country follow its example. The" Vltimate Orange. that there arp a great many peo from $6 to $10 per ton, there must certainly SAVANMJUll

excellent .enough. Theyare I The milk in the cocoanut is easily accounted In that sterling farmer's wish to come to Florida, but be a good profit Il.re at from :12: Specie rates made. to Weekly or
,necessary-but not enough.Prlnter' no here to $13. 'Boarders. Hotel S t4 _
for when we investigate the at Fla. the acquaintances and Monthlj thoroughly MrsWlTHC
,
ink beats them ic the long run.tJncleSan's source, and we want, and what we will lshe Jackn\it their ideas from general state Corn can be prod net d at a cost of less renovatl and run in first-class order.
Farmer, we find a letter written than :oO cents bushel
mails have e through the per (not countingthe
is th* to
go every day, carry eventually, good ntnse to papers a
ing their freight) of special offers ship prepare food and clothing instead veteran orange grower, E. II. lart I really is. Every com fodder), and as it seldom soils for I. KLEINSCHMIDT Proprietor
new
of : has and less than one dollar there is no experiment -
The "git -
lives git" -
rw South contrib at Federal Point, which any up -- -
long credits material
crops, cash discounts job utes than its natural should have some responsible for it has boon raised for ears .
4.; lots, and 'lovers' tales from everywhere quota to the exports of the country much good sound sense that all communications com and not so long ago the settlers produced 'P. J. FIELD,

4 And in tha end your trade is seduced. but the cotton fields are by no means mend it to the careful perusal of neighborhood from parties in all they consumed.With -
It's extended to full ange growers of this State. It is information. Often tae a"entof I orange culture.and
the yet
world-old story of the honeyed acreage, and we desiring Brick Wort &"lasterer
and the may see ten millions of bales of cotton orange of the future, and runs communications addressed to the prospects of making: large sums of Isons' "
.tongue open ear. In the fierce It is perhaps to of the much :
: five years hence, to with four hybrids which are left unan- money m a l'asill way, the farm _
i r. competition of these days old: habits and millions of bales twenty compare years ago. family that we must look for the It; is very little trouble to an- crops were negllctl'J The north had to Bl: -J, Starke, Fla.

associations simply cannot stand tha Think of this, ye fogies of former days, est oranges of the future. Every letters of inquiry and some supply til grain that was !Ww.i

pressure. The trade is for the man who and enjoy the picture which the sunny and her has some superlative : should discharge this duty. consumed, not only by the new setters ..1 Voi-k Guaranteed.PIE U$ I I _
could all these be
South presents to-day. A quarter of a judiciously many families who are desir- but in many cases the- people -
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use printerb's ink. century ago we were at war for a principle ed in one, the combination would to Florida, and only lack lived here for years.Another Beware of so-called Livr ResruI ..

---.- and the old Adam was aroused in ambrosial. intermingling! of \ ment, and a true state crop that the flat. woods will & FEAZEE J tiois Iator%of Balms this etc. Medicine are IraitaJ put-oi-_ _
cablegram from London bays that the breasts of brethren born in a free yet "undreamed of in our what can b'done here to in- produce to perfection ana with an ordinary 1 the market Original ater i was etahi

of the echoes of the past season country. Now these same brethren The pungent aroma of the lime, to come among us. amount of wort: i is upland rice. ands lcC on its reputation. ,

'A r: fear that has been expressed at the i lying down together-the lion and the are quisite fragrance of the lemon a favored people in regard to We can see no .good reason: why this AtHnp{ at LOT and Notaries with has the you autograph and demand and the picture original cf,Dr.wai,
lamb. The North gamot, the cooling and refreshing advantages and need state should not grain of ,
invasion of feeds the South, and we and produce every I A.Simmons on the front,and these w'on
Amrca into fash. the South clothes the North. of the mature grapefruit, the 1 and we feel that there rice that is consumed within itq borders, I Staii, Bradford Honda. topof ich bottle and pack-te"T
society. It i is said: that next sweetness of the Sevilles. the who would be greatly bone- with some left over for export. Thereare County. a. Mark Registered consisting of N -

'e there will be a determined effort to ness of the Malta strain, the & financially and in health by hunclrlJ.of acres of thtoUls in AbstrJs of Title and neal Kstaie lawa l'.cture and AutographNO._ II.1843-._'< itI

out the richness of the Brazilian navel!, lot among us. Volusid county and many special'Abstracts furnished show-
keep nonvcaux riches and John uthercountt&of
the
Steinel, of Heading, I'd..has a ciness of the :Mandarin, and the has a diversity of soils to suit the state that; will gr in-; evd Deed, Mortgage, Lien, Tax

.1, Americans, who are classed together by peculiar habit and a rather unfortunate I Ioue. sais quoi of the citron-would n fastidious: she has resources of with but very little fertilizer and workas Sale. Jijment, Attachment, and all

the snobbish jourl of society. One He never leaves home without be- best traits of all united make a I nature and a climate of which I the crop 1: made and harvested in i matters public record and file allfct- H.isfor47 years,COSTIVE cared v&ssDYSfirsM ZDG13T1O.P2LXOLSNxSS ,.

of them says; "This week it has been being robbed. About six months he the four and twenty blackbirds fit complain unless they have abut four months' time. It could! I lx lag TitliV[ Heal Estate in Bradford SKi HEADACHE, Loss or AFZT.
decided in high that in ago before the king? stage of life where they same land that has been Used for county Ijrida, up 10 date of Abstract. vt'R STOMACH, Low Srinrrs, fovilxtATH
very crle future went to New York to.sail for Germany, This desirable consummation, at good in any thing. To those gardening truck during the winter and I CoLIc, ETC r -

Americans .hal b(carefully excluded and two days later returned, saying he in a progressive degree, will not spent their time farming in ; spring and l be harvested in time to pre- tEADgCAUTCKS MempsisTenn.savs Dr.J.1L Graves.EJitorof:. T&J.

from exclusive circles unless has been robbed of all his money in the labor of ages fonts states on a small scale, I pare for winter garden. 'oJ = )' Liver)l ticDc.and hve(I _

they have ben properly introduce by Battery Park. Three months later he At broad Ocala a stockbreeder loke \ especially call their atten There are many examples in different KIR| INSURANCE. h.atoit..beUcr It work lkc char,and a
the expanse of fact that farm of the state of what be done 10 cJl
minister The of they can here parts can on no mote of Zeiiin's mixture. .
went to New |
war York
made delaation I and was robbed in made the boast that he could I advantage as they can the flat wood lands, and with the helpof I Rppreserpg the Liverpool aud London C.T.Simmons Medw.me CaFrepr *',]
wa by the Duchess of. Buccleugh the Bowery of his money and his trunk. cattle much faster than we could are and at the same time the railroad to show the immigrantthe and pbc, the Providence and St.Louis,Mo. S

this season,who did not inyite to- her A few days ago ho left home with $600, new oranges of sttJ merit. bearing an orange or lemon advantages and capabilities of the Vaslrngton and the 180 St

ball or garden party any retired fna- planning a usual to visit his relatives in slow not consider the he soil, it wi not be many years before the Security. : LI SHED
ciers or more showy America:ns." "Ex- and gradations more advise no man to move here flat wi turn in more revenue to '-
finally entific
Germany to Read fruit
reture grower sometime without some means, for the state either the hammock or -
cluded from exclusive circles" is a ing minus his His at a single hound- a
wife ha woman it is hard for a man to pine lands.
Ibr that the snobbish journal should grown tired of such a monotonous performance ing at conclusions-and that happy bowed down with poverty. -- -. FIlE JOB PRINTIN<
dents
in the
amend. I i is an outrage on b'mma and has had him and unknown fruit line have a a great many thing that are Twenty-five thousand barrels of whiskey ,
nency to flesh and
quite a great a could 0 the.outrage of compelled to give enough arrete bi to keep Already the judicial board blo. for a person his home, cntemplate, and best in place flames it coull setms be to put some 1.1k eople.others the .1 t

the enforcement of the snobbish ukase him at home. And s now, at last, he Horticultural Society is known, there are a deplore such a waste of \a delightful A Off1ced'

on. American- ,'isifr to England.. is roblied of his liberty, by his own wife. specimens pearance, and of mixed of flavors races,that of call community would gladly do its duty come in get the. product.whiskey distillery That is in what Louisville.hauprnd to a : .the Telegraph ,




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