Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1890
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:00254
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HISTORY IX OLD BONES j PHENOMENA OF DREAMS.The I FLORIDA STATE XEWS. : There are entirely too many trivial :about half way through, and the I|':I freeze, which laid waste about 75 of',l NOTED PEOPLE OF TO-DAY.

& ', Strange JUprcllunl and Sciiballoiia eases carried up to the circuit ; 4 dead part has been gradually rotting the loo acres. They continued to '

Experienced Dnrinjj SI rep. 'court that could easily be disposedof II away ever since, and new hark and ship from the remaining 2-5 acres.andat -' ..

SOME FOSSIL REMAINS WHICH WERE It is told of the tyrant Dionysiusthat ULLED FROM OUR EXCHANGES IN I', in the justice courts. This puts wood slowly enclosing the dead: part. ,, the end of the season' struck' a bal- I

one morning one of his intimate CONDENSED FORM. ; the State to a great deal of useless I'A remarkable feature i i.s that the live an't lleceipts for the seasou, over I I II

4-- FOUND IN FLORIDA. friends and boon companions told him expense.Paieo ., 1 part is sending rOots into the dead .,0)0() ; expenditures, $::,mo. The I"I

that he had dreamed the night before I I.'m" IHUt or Xo Interest, nut Hap- j Cunniy Itcmwrat.W. 1;portion at a distance of eight ft'ct. firm will add some new features next 1 I I

. KUtnoreri, Three Toed Hordes. I.laini., of cutting Dionysius' throat, whereupon j from the ground. And no doubt'': season. In Addition to planting I,
J. Staten of Beeville Texas sold
c'-- Mantodons, Tigers, Megatlieria, _\11lU..f'o.t're.l Dionysius caused him to be put 1'1111"1t, 1 4:Bailie," :From Different :I nine jionies yestenlay, Mr., Hayes., i when the decayed wood, i is absorbed, ': about l l-: ) acres in vegetables, they

. to death, Justifying his act by the assertion 1'jirtg of tlie Stale, Prepared by i.lCor j new growth will completely repair i will add I Jersey stock to the business

Where no one Expected to that unless the dreamer'thought -:. entire The rice section and is pea crop throughout this the blemish caused by the big rerze. | and with the ali of a mower, horse

Find riiem,how CirnlogUU head them. of such : thing in his waking moments Sc".ors I unusually good. I Until Ct'ff ypn'i/j/. rake and other machinery they will

.. he could not have dreamed i st. And i etc* J[(', xIYl.1ptnin A goo jeweler and watchmaker will The Clay county board of health I i bale hay for the Florida: market.:
, Big boxes full of curious old bones have when find : ( & opening in Dade Cit\-, :
asleeep. : I
Anderson jot quite soriously has been \
reorganized.Green V C $
T been arriving at the biological school of : But is that theory of dreams tenable ) hurt in the lei by sawfish \ The teachers of Pasco county are rar-I' OmKije County Reporter.AVe ;:' \
Does I I I nest and painstaking laborers in the i Cove has the largest cam regret to learn that the root rot is ____
the University of Pennsylvania, pendinga or logical? : (dream no matter while ('Ii t on a ic-eent li hinp: trip .
cause of education. : tree in the State.A developing in some of the oran grovesof _
retting placo in the working room c: how fantastic or unreal, presuppose a with i\i lr. ( ay. The monster was Hunters have no trouble in finding phor' Oveiilo. and it i is fcamt will workt'on"iJt'ra1.le :

Professor JosL'lh Dei,lythe famous anatomist voluntary act of the mind in the same 1 1 11} feet ion and uei-jhed about sOO( de&r and almost every day there is venison 'I little girl was bitten by auiccca- ; damage. It is thought to

,-- ; marks have ;' direction ? History, observation: and }pounds. in the markets. j I j sin snake at West: Tocoi this week, i Iw attributable to the excessive use ofc
-. Cetin indicate experience would seem to show the 1m- 'O-(1.-1-. '
Jaci'vl ( i Real i from which she has recovered. <>m n'.ercial ft rt Hirers.
that they came from Archer, Levy coun- There is who has men have every reason to ( L
ont'aIT. no one 'The heirs of Dr.) It. I. 'Mays have believe that : )1 Ir. S. F'. Han ford has establi-hetl I
things in '
k ty. Fla. The specimens have been carefully such dreams ho could not I will;(very lively 1' ,\. Lewter anil P:] ('wm went cut _
wrapped!up in Florida moss and devise in his waking u moments, or if been paid f his week I the amount !: their circles durmg th. coming winter. himself in his nUke at the new court- !! bunting last week and killed fifteen

other packing to prevent breaking on he could would not for under cer- called for by his policy in the I Lawscn Fortuur brought to this office 1 hou-e. The- place is cozy as can bo viM turkeys. Several deer antI one rattlesnake -
-, ; Knights of Honor, $ OOO. an esrglaid Irown I hen : -
the way north. :, by 3 leghorn ((? vcven feet long.I'iiapman. U
conditions of and mind
1 These l INr.s: arehunilredsof years old. tin body we The republican county convention Iwas I by t inches, wi-ighing :} i>z. It was I, :and the new furniture is of a spenoliul ; :
dra 1 of such would affright Ham a colored devil I incar
,They belong to extinct creatures of the could 1lr1OIs conceive a of them. in session last Saturday.: 1'he\< larger than any turkey egg\\ever saw. { I make, anI"ef.thin: has about nate. was arrested in l.ct,ehurg last Friday

'(quaternary i-eriod. Dr. Leidp has been :Modern us we the theo fnllorsrc .1. X. Stripling; for congress i ( iil. J. L. Cl.iritson has inanufactun-d : i in'ry it :an :air of neatness and utility. The I Iciflittj and brought to Orlando by deputy
- hard: at work identifying the animals of I'I that the mind is accepts inactive provided I he will I pledge himself I in t| superior \ inp from the grl'l fruit. I(. i.s the northeast corner of the slu-rilt Puckctt where he- now Hi's in jail :

which the INJJKS forml plrt: and thisi ry and that 10\.C1 wholly to favor the sub-tieasury bill I I !I ItrdUt'l i I sparkles I like champagne and the I Itouquet building, on the ground floor. j awaitir.j trial. On or nlout August Mbthealioe .

.:. ,Identification is now COlflJ I. I I is COnclusions we always el'l.al when in the senate: by SenatorVance. I is ('tqual to I that of the choicest Italian 2'uilhilii-'seo' Fiou-i'lioisu: I mentioned brute tied "( ener- HENRY CABOT LODGE.Time .

are now very int'r'lil The asleep, though wc usual v ourdreams. wines.Vith age \\ill : > al" and tecuretl
e it compare Floyd colored
a youth, "
The !is that it Hantl.om' and Charlie "Iodge Bill, or as some call
.chief h01. he says, are-those rhinoc- argument as favorably with the let; ipijiorled wines popular : him with \hts.heaped i tmpgrea-e'I
- erous, a mastodon, a llama, a three toed is impossible to discharge the mind The first bale of cotton this sCion and become great fa vtri .. Finley, of_Lake City has been appointed aln ut his extremities: sit tire to rags the it the "Force Dill,'* seems destined to

r and giant t-loth.! Tliere are alsoparts when awake of all or to was brought io town last 'lhur5cayhy one of the board of directors trouble the
. hone : t'onsciouslts. Capt. T. J. F.j>pes. one of the most efficient i combustible materud I and left the little create great Republican
of a tapir, :f IIha11.crocotli1e and agar prevent it from :1cing s>o the mental in Boh'iills., colored, :m.llnpular conductors who ever I of the Ocala Alliance Exposition. i fellow to roast.S. party as a number of Republican Sen-
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_. pike. process goes on \\ \-1 aro sleeping) 1.aJt neighhorhood.OI'i1o H'f(1 the F. C.1V; )., has tendered his wife departed J L. Lrtson lost I and(
In Mving in Archer, Hon. W. I). Bloxham and I a Ig a hog a ators, led by Senator Quay of Pennsylvania -
the ]
i ISg'nt'Un though knowledge of it-s jiciiou i Chronicle. resignation and left the employ of the short time Loth devoured
Butlalo Llthia
Thursday for i ago. being greedily
;in found some refuse to take it Henry Cabot -
fossi not The is up.
Florda perceptibh' He will attend in
one college order -
question company. i
There have about fifteen births Springs Va. where they will spenda by alligators. He also had another
in beds and wrote 11't'l ,
. that be but inductive that he his education who carried this
JHlt I nnsuered.
never Lodge successfully
I Professor Baird, of the Smithsonian cal in Ovh-do the past twelve months. Don'tremembr may complete :' few weeks. j hog badly wounded by alligators. ,
late and the attend the law department I
reasoning seems to the at same time of
support took strong measure legislation throughthe
when the last death
institute, about: them. J\that time scf.ntbt. position of Sir William Hamilton and with a view of being admitted Died-In Tallahassee, Friday, I The orange trees are looking exceedingly -
it is that it has
so house of which he id member
:h were not expecting the di i place long ago well this summer. They didmftaiVcrage a was
others that the dreamless isthehleep to the bar. l-th Mrs. Thomas Cook and
only sleep August
-. remains in Florida at all, and j passed out of our recollection. I one in fifty, being hurt by the born in Boston, Mass.,May 12, ISoO. and
of death. MamudarinOur Nt"r. ]her babe.Firnandiiut.
Professor Baird. becoming interested, (Uabriella is showing signs of wakingup I I Mardi freeze. received a private school and collegiate
d to Dr. I/eiJy that he go there The phenomena: of dreams have since the advent of the railroad. "We town is bound to grow-because Minor.
est for bones. Dr. studied in a va'iciy of and notice several it has the country'to back it i Peai son fJrothtis, of Mount Dora. education. He studied at Harvard College -
and ( more Leidy, ben ways 1thouscs being con- up. for the two weeks ending August have Iron putting out a fifty am orange -
being unable to do so, interested M
Powel, Mipoiint'ndent of the United: the subject permits.. A French philosopher dwellings are soon to be erected. will Olldl November 1, lUlli, New 2,9S2ot5S r gronear it at 1:;:, receiying at the same time the degree -
feet oflumber from the of Fprnamiua enlarging an early day.Ja.sjxrr
;4: ; 'geological surn'in the matter, I who took a gre,t interest i ii tho J. II. hughes returneu Irom a Lear with probably new of LL. B., and wos admitted to the
) and )
4 fcnd the latter sent one of his assistants: subject of drcums lade iiunicrous experiments hunt at (lmuluotaVetliiesda't-. exhibiting Irollrietor. ; also, 1,800 logs bK Aeirx.Cotton bar in 1876. He never exercised his profession

:Jr. Bal, to Archer for two weeks. I I upon himself) test how far large black fore foot of GO-pound Mr. C. Winton says that it is truethat I cases of cedar. ;, of this year's crop wt:,s sold however, as his mind was more

f* lie could dtclinl his dreams at will bear:that had been killed by Josh Jacobs h.did H.l some home-made strawberry Fourteen new tanks arrived this in Jasper la:t week. bent on literature than law.
, I i wine:) the counter to customeis for the '. f'Ootl''ork i His writings! numerous and nearly
tin mind the hammock llorepoits I morning _
: by throughthe in Wfllingham I
upon for it Our Slate taxes thi"l'ar
few and
operating a days, finding county all .
As a Jesuit of this visit two barn-Is and this view he Mt his I that tho, hunters had inbringing They will be used in the new process treat on history. lIe published
!11 \\'ltl rfat spmt imt d to > IIP it in this 1 1" I1mills!
l ain < a Ili.wc( g\ up.He I county are > lives of Daniel Webster Alexander
MX boxes of wilt to Dr. !
unlCs'fre kness ( aijd divamed tiiit he down: the gam for extracting t the oil I that: will I I 1 mcshortly
ulcon'r I :IHI! I bat I he has pc-rli'ft right tIll the dollar I.f,1I 1-S the
dy to be There were no further .ays : adopted at the works.: or on Hamilton also'a histoiy of English colonies -
i.llntitt.l Professor Marsh, was traveling at night in a liligclll O.'ilti JttdtiHi: to s-il it a-< lie t-iui.i'v:;. Ii mm tub rem it 1 dollars worth.Messrs. together with many other historical -

'.f',- (If Yale :college thff put i an assistant, Jlr.Hatcher I I with a strong imnrc-sMoii of klces i .\ K.lge of tho Knights ..f l'y ililas 'flue )'h-m Iir.thit chum i elm, at Beaiu-Irie's I The county commissioners yesterday ( English and Hotidri-k* if works. He has always taken an active -
t.) work dKrjiiij in the : produced by tinligorof tinv < .ither. \.s: urgnni/ed in Thmsday night i- lu-nun i.iimpK'tion! and wlifn Inishp,11 finished their labors as a )board: interest in politics, and served two
>nH Ocal
BI'i"I'nll in i
clay, directing him to s* nd all the reMains Darwin .bt.s the etMj of a d'at man niimbiTing sumo membeis. will 1..a /14..11 to the: +.i hue' of tlati of equalization. An average reduction -" Green are iittingIll ( terms in the Massachusetts Legislature
who iu his dreams st-emed to convert p a large saw 111 ill on t the Alapahariver before he elected to the :Fiftieth
lie might unoaith to Dr. Leidy.Seven The phoj-pbatc stock market i id active. cinity.Joe of about l l'2per: \ cent has been was
; moie lioxes accordingly reached by means of his linger.- lie never had The Ocala it Uluo liiver's stock i is ac- Primes, colored. :1l.h'nl.1J\ made on the assessed valuation of i i mar the crossing of the < J. H- Congress. He was re-elected to the Fit-

I'crc. The two consignments, altogether I the impression of hearingpeecIi, for ti\eat -i-l.COa share; Dunnellon i is hardto himself in the lett \'t' 1SS9!I, thu- bringing the total down to I A railroad.. ty-first Congress by the handsome majority -

contained feet and limb bones, portions he had never heard it.Ve must get at ifl.G}. Par value 100. of last week with a shot gun breaking about Sl.SOtv'OO. Capt John C. Reynolds, who was of ;,2W votes" _
and numbers of the teeth of dream of objects with which several bones and almost the ,
cf the jaws I I we are Indian Hirer Acif.f.Lieut. rendering I fcr many ;years a citizen thiscoun- '
about twenty- rhinoceri: feet and limb acquainted, but it i is the combination hand useless. Dr. Coleman removed the The rates on phosphates, as established ty, died at'u 'cros- on Thursday OUR WINNIE'S FUTURE HOME.

bones and a" quantity)" of teeth of the or use of such objects j of which we J. A. SWIf formerly dlie signal broken bones and at Jat accounts the by the railroad commission, of la week.. Capt.
night Reynoldshad
nice { Astoria, ., but follows Per ton : OtlO') An I). the \VllkIuionMansion
mastodon: the and ankle bones of'' may: never have thought, though wo 1fcer huyas doing as well as could Ill ex are as : on for nearly tuvcnt-fiveyears and ix1i1outn Htroy
the sloth the limb bones toe more recently Fortress Monroe. has poundsfor 10 miles or under, .13: : atyracuae.SYRACVSE. .
giant pected.The
; dream of
as a man I
may th'H may to the time of Ids death been in
: teeth of the llama: : limb bones and I dream of shooting another with b V'and gimor the of tho S. F. & W. {
: of this district of the signal employ B'yus
teeth of a three toed horse, and other piitol uothi'1 i could be- that our farmers are beginning to harvest 100 miles and over, \>I.j cents; LV-o mansion on James street the
w less l : I though service, with headquarters at Titusville. their month earlier this miles and IJM! ) l.l. jOlt) miles a civil l'I1 il1l.'i'r. lie was a good
important reln further tl'.. ::lit-: when crop a year over ; home of Alfred Wilkinson who is to wed
and in all the relations
Dr. Leidy identifies the rhinoceros a!avariety I awake. -V 15. 1- Jerome, of Connectcut. hasiOiIghIt than usually.The and over 290, $1.tOO) miles andover : man o
vhose skeleton has never beforebeen the Morse place ,( lie I Ii I fe.Lfkd"f. Miss Winnie Davis, was destroyed Ly
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Tartini who ;; I orange crop in this vicinity will o'JO( S2, etc. The Ocala Banner V
found in this country east of the ".a' : llitilgubhel. expects' to build on it this fall.P. fire to-day.
violin is said: to not be very large this fall, but the trees says that if these rates had prevailed Jtic'.tf'
JUssissipDi river. It is about the size of player coupose :\ McMillan has Time fire was caused by an explosion of
his jnst completed an are in a nourishing condition. when the puunellon company i made It i is saM that the northern roads, will
"Devil's Sonata.1 under the
the present Indian ibinoscvros, but has inspiration aitc f-um \el! v hich lie has been putting Acorn is getting of the most its first shipment the nico little sum run eM-ursion trains to Florida on the gasoline pails and pails of which the
of dream and Capt. one .1'
tasks inches instead of three a ; Coleridge always gardener, Uyprien Couvette, was using
eight long dov.n fur : Houston.We first ot month, until next Aprilat ,
have i lr.k successful cardeners hereabouts: he hasa of :>,(OUO) would have been on every
to i
professed composed in connection
inches and hornless. It i with burning sulphur tofumigate
probably POI the low of cent milt
learn that the Messrs. Hogg are large of cabbages planted. freight alone 1 between }uu net Ion amiFcrnam1ua. one a
"Kubla Khan in di\.j. The in- crop the house.
lived in Florida in the quaternary pc-I I a : I Tickets good for four months.
into the business of
rlod, previous to the aipearanceofinan.' stances of diilicult problems, l oiiig going raising limeZihlilCS From the Palatka Herald. I Bj the explosion the entire roof oC timevest
secured land the eastside wiliussedfor
having The hardest rain have
The mastodon whose bones were found solved during sleep are too wel at- of the river. on Fine peemns' Japan j persimmon Following i is the cargo taken by the I fell List we atlTl1:1I'ulh'! wing of the resilience, located in
l r. Leidy calculates to have been half a tested to bo questioned and faxes of arc now State of Texas from this port on Thursday si.me within the rear, was blown into the air and the

large: again a the present Asiatic elephant other mental labors completed) Many Melbournites will be pained to The scarcity of bootblacks on our : 10i.' UO feet of lumber, :H I eases 12 imhts of watt fill half an gardener came tlymg through the second

and : different species from the iu dreams are fuuiiiar..mnl Leu6 hear ot the death Mrs. A. L. Phillips, streets is no doubt caused by the vanilla cedar, !." tons iron, leG bales fibre. tH(> hour.The. stoiy willlon to the lawn. his
mastodon whose remains i i who with her husband and winsome lit barrels naval stores. ?"> packages mer living the south clothes were on tire, and he died from
common ]eopte (Ill prongof
ha'I'I _\. yet, with all the study and ob- season, which is now at its height.
tle Maud, pass-eel a part of last chandise.Jlegf his few hours later.
i been found in almost every State IMS daughter the AI ti.L river are jubilant oi er the injuries a
servation of dreams
w Union. The bead, of one ot the arm I no one ever spa Hi in this place and in the latter 1 Orange groves and flower gardens in rs. Or o. "Wolff and Jno. Edwards prosptrt, of u railroad' to connect tfiem The house in valued at $: OI. and

bones which in a man is abut one and j I yet been able to say what dreams may halt of the season went to Delind. and around the city are being put in got a tedious piece of work off their with the outer: orld. (( .':. II. (!reene will be a total loss. Much of the furniture -

a.-half inches in diameter, i : that one I come. There are so many' conditions \. K. Hosjue has tho credit of having condition for the early fall showers. hands esterday. The w orK was preparing I was in that fectiou last week prospecting and valUahlbricabrac is ruined.
can lift, being as big as tlie human head. I of mind and body to be t;.::(1 into account stuck. the first tarpon ever seen oil the The-brick masons are laying the foundation I the abstract of about -10,000) () acies of for phosphate and says that tin're i is The family were not here. Alfred Wilkinson -

One of the giant sloths pronounced by :, so many unconsideml trille, city whaif. last night he stuck a six- of the new brick building on the land that Billiard Bailey are aliout to sutlicient iiiantity of lIil' best Duality! heir i: at his office and his mother

Dr. Leidy the megatherium, was also as ::, which. the eager memory has s-i/ed font beauty with spear. vacant lot nI1 the dock at the foot of sell. of phospiiate warrant railn,ad being inEuroN>
large as: the Asiatic elephant. The only and stored away so many impassions : Lemon built theie to ,It."t'that! great in- --
I I Deer stret '.
living sloth known, about the size of a ,I and sensatioijs which }leave let a trace are reported as being very plentiful Dr. Renault will visit the DwtoJla Tit willf tt/<" dustry.Oi4l'indi. KILLED IN CHINA.
in the woods and k bottoms I
now 1 The inlet at opened
. Trier, is a tree I I behind, Heeling though have cn. will Jupiter was: Xriitimt.Orange .
animal i may west of Melbourne.An some time next week, where he I >
I last Thursday. The sloop Spray A I'riMiiiituie KxploHiu'ii Oauar Death to
EVERY HIS OWN SUncKON seemed, that it is impossible to saywhat remain two three weeks enjoying the I
J.TI the the miud will be important transfer of property has or from this place pa-sed: out through r : county' now has: .three candici.itcs Two American.

This megatherium though too large to I :1tiul c hours.Ve recently been consummated i by whichl40i ] itnigorating sea breezes. the new inlet bound. down the coast. ( for t the clerkship h two for SAN J-ii.ixeis, Aug. 2C.-The steamer -

c'imb into trees, fed upon tree leaves I during our sleeping may acres of land adjacent to Melbournehas e oplo are returning to their homes. assessor of taxes, two [treasurer, Oceanic arrived here this* afternoon

and branches, and used to lear up on its go to bed cngrovcilitii a mater of been Fold by C. C. Adamt. of Warren The Clyde steamships are bringing large Hugh Boyd shipped i ; 1 t thirteen barrels I one for collector, and something less from Honor Kong and Yokahorna. On

hind legs, emhrace the tree with its short paramount importance, and of Ohio. to a prominent real estate numbers of people to Florida, and trains of fi.11 Tuesday morning: I to thirteen t than forty for the leyNlature.On July ::1 I, the United. States; tlasship Oma-
the most trivial matter imaginable; or dealer! in Kansas ('jt3-. Hie: State well different i I barrel to I
ftSre legs, a!l swa> ing it from side to go thru mum c1\\let1 personsone ha returned to Yokal-oma from the tar-
. side finally uproot.it. Dr. Leidy trgtiesfyr we may go to sloop with u light heart Hit rime Cnlljn'-lnfm'1wut. The congregation of the Methodist each. At present he SI is catching i last Monday ?11'. O. T. I'oyntzreceived g( t practice outside of the bay and re-

this habit from its strong back legs and in high swim if and I then be Married, by Kev.; Ceo. Case, on church were treated, to a magnificent some line bream at Sot.lh lake. (I :i tch-irram jinnounciiifr time wted that Carl Emamielson and J.

and tail (like the kangaroo's), and from crushed and overpowtivd by dreams 1th imt. at the Carr. ntH House tlc- solo by Mrs. (L 'V. Ua -Ret last ever.ing. A letter received from Capt./dl.irs: : death of ills father, )I Ir. S. 1. Poyntx Kirk, of Baltimore f pontrers' hind been

the fact tint several skeletons of these of some impending c'itCily.-Sm \ 'hO lJ'!;! and Miss Jennie Her highly cultivated sweet voice states that he has arrived at Atlantic at )ysville' 11'11 d diMt l i iI 5- tilled by the premature discharge from

aiiimals have I been previously discovered, Francisco Chronicle.! Slilh l.of Arcadia filled the whole church and held the City, '. J., with his manatees.R. ;I tin lot Imm-r of I the Poynix brothers of he Dahlgrcn gun. Kirk was blown

c4trying; figns of frequent fractures of I __. -.--- _.f ._ (T.,_'__ __ __ d a I closest attention of her hearers. The I the! National) Bank.: )Ir.Pmyntz from the vessel arid his remains could
which JI.LLiCI( \ aut'vll. uie maimingolitiessof of church and, citizens- C. c'rim rnrlllr worthy postmaster not I lx found. Emanuelson terribly
itynes. havel.eenpractically.cuiedduring I A NOM-I Ciiio for tlin Crip.: the SanCord Journal, was in congregation the i was seveniy-nvi years III mmg i', inu was V
life.The Bu: tow last week. are to be congratulated on having sucha felt nearly heart-broken la-t died after u very brief illness lIIall lel.
remains of the show A good queer cures for influenza and his wife had 'I The that cholera
two lama many fine singer in their midst. Saturday, and he Japanese jmpers siy
that these animals must ha rng in were put 101\:1(1 dUliu"the epidemic ";. II. Pearce wilf represent the Polkcounty Friday night, PalaU was nsite11lY cause for it. 'nni:<;Iit before :some n'al.-nla 7'imn:. i is making headway throughout the

blze; from a little larger than a camel to I but none thcl (.equals the Farmers' Alliance the farmcrs'encamplent a thunder storm which lasted two person visited their chicken house-! AVe have daily mail now from Tallaha.sj.eo country. The total number of caws

2 one and a-half times as large. The > remedy described in the following extract at Mount firKna, Pa. ., hours. J. It. Dunn and Co.'s store on anti broke into it, takin away about ;u> f.'arral.-"v, il; our town. have lieen about S.W)0.(, ) and (O j>er cent.

tried horse, whose bones were found -I from the "Journal :md Correspondence A limb from a :Kcbe. Japan plum upper Lemon street was struck by lightning forty chickens out of ;u ll:>rk ol" about New c-otton i isdaiharriving at the gin or those affected have died.

. Florida was probably two-thirds the of Lord.. Aiirkl.uid." The tree, eight inches 18 well- though no serious damage was sixty live.S. of our c'evfr' town man, lli'ii.V.. \V. --_ --

-. of a donkey. .So many teeth of luto: 1 passage was written from Madrid in ,1eveoltt plums on it, was brought into done.V.. S. Cone felt the shock very Walker.The HE DIDN'T UNDERSTAND.

dyns were found as to"enable Dr. Lcidy I March, 17SO.) 1 do not ]know \.IHtlel A\etic byV.. F. Morris, who sensibly. Lightning played over the A. Booth and his bridetmce4nnie Mis>* I lirst load <">f tt: w ct>ttr>n was ,

t(trace out a compute( history of their I the coincidence has 1 been 11: I\.t south of town. city very sharply and loud peals of thunder Jones arrived here Friday brought in town on Saturday I.isf r. I'r ,\ llori.U Citizen Think Secretary Noble

: dentition. Cuvier l clie\ed that in this II fore, but the epidemic! (-,'!IS to have HcS.. W. Carson, of Fla.; could be heard at inter\als. evening from Quincy, Fli., where i John 1l l Uaker.Arcndid Wan* to JImmy Al1lllItor"
milk and three Keystone colored arrested they were married last Thursday.W. : .
L animal the grinders York Sudden was
as prevalent Europe- bent a bunch of th(- to I Ang. 27-Among
guavas ,
eel 'wl iI/it
AivThe t
back grinkrsrc folowtd in each case at the beginning of 17X:> :.s it was at the office ]lat vren/c Lattle. took our this morning by Sheriff helt'YI charged I*. Day has plowed up the* old ndustrSes that the census office want*to
by a single 11.sor. years ago with having stolen a whiskey base ball grounds and planted it out I Arnidiasfliocil, under t the inn n.I -
"There U in- ;
the end of IbSD.; a HL-W awmiv. They were so thick on
_ German announced his l.rea11 John Mcrill"s saloon \1 l J. \"arn is ill HourI i now about is the alligator industry' in
I, l> a1 investigator. iluenza of cohK with a limb that they had pushed nearly all from on upper in egg plants and sweet potatoes. I airt-mcnt of r. a
that < ach of three aCI'oip.Uiet Lemon street. condition. 'hit' daily Florida circular therefore sent toa
discovery th'sl fl.ts.f the leaves oil. i-hiiijr :icrage a was
Ip- h. l degree of sickislls. TII cure for before Justice W. \\"olfeha.oIst't out 2, IT.: eggplants I .
teeth was MICCt'flh'II two tlt r. 1 Shelden was arraigned :attendance is I II l. man in Florida. He replied:
Lcidy's study of tht"teeth sent to him the lower people here H to drink large 101'Eib( Agrichltmcrist. Coxe immediately] after his arrp:'; and which are growimugplemididly.14V0i1l i
from one of our "Ilion't understand what
\\"pgota 'uavit mean
ad lie
of water : to you
confirms this annOUI'emeJlt j quantities 'V3I'1 A Ct rtain ounc man of DeLnnd has waned examination. Upon his failureto uJ Ciainu i-ii1. I trees la-t wt-fk that mea-tired !9 I :-1 aIout the hunting. I want to write
down the and I IUjOI1 you
I upon 1001 t l'1yai left for his give bond in the sum of 100 was Lovell has rettnncd Irom I
A TIMER AND ITS I'KEY. luIsomiutry )i.v.
j country's : ends I whether want to hire the
borne walk! upon thel : got. committed to jail to await the action of I inches; I in circumlVrrnceono way ( me you me by
:: J\IVace Creek and Ocal Fla., fossil |, for half an hour.: I have not seen this t Last r-ek twenty-two {deeds, ten mortgages i the Criminal Court next Tuesday. Columbus
n mails have also II'l ( Timeboiies amiable but 1 am assured I and two releases were filed for : arrived in Palatka few days I to ;IIIwe11 order for an additional can !b'-t: it? hunt and ship to you. will hunt by the
I at the former place were tlux-e oft ceicnimiy record m the clerk's ottice..twentytwo :Iu-Idel : ice machine: for the factory here. month if you will furnish 111('. I want a
that it is literally I true, and that a fiom Jacksonville where ho ser\ed I TI.re i i-< a Hour f.nniix* in Ibis I -
'.- giant armadillocs, the first discovered i hal boat[ and I want to know what
t of the
prisoners are now- confined months'sentence for theft. He ('apt. Jack { jr., been gUllS.
tinee dl
dozen of ]have l ; I ( alil I fy. 11i'Inn's have : I
; in this country north Clf Texas. The llY H'C'\lt. gone in the tv/oof : Jaxelle ill ( you wilt give me a down for alligator .
I \oluRia county jail, has occasions than one, steamer ( was tincity ill Liz.ieM.
it witbin: a week.London on more lin't nil! days on aivount of
found last winter in a through I skins ami what will for alligators. "
other were them on tho charge of murder. in the courts of this city and will IIO\b1- 3Ionday and made us :u etll. lie i isuperintending i- you pay
Times. it! Us having failed In arrive ontiumue.
Ocala. The blasting of lile6t' I Is the government going to start a
cave near. ---- -.--_ The Kinj'sbury JJ.anufac.turing Company less rue the day that he ever determined i n'IJairIII the (;mt-
ne them to light. They were has force himself of John MeJill's l and Emmie F.C. & P. steamers I. national circus
saber-toothed 'tiger about as The I'nrpo or a 3iedlcal School. a Jarge at work grading to avail lq\o zelle -- --- .
those of --- -
1. a the ground for their (elegant newluiIul- without paying) for the same. at Yalaha. :HMlGEDOR ARSONTun .
of medical school
as a Bengal tiger; a lama, neatly ; The true purpose a A REASONABLE DEMAND-
.- the large size of camel; an elephant: like an : i i.s not to turn gradurile. 10dC upon the ings. Ku.tttx( l>ale: ne:
:. Asiatic elephant: and a horse indistinguishable -: world but it is to educulu ;young men The State, depaiticent} gives tin honey I Clay BNiop and GeOrge Mucdonald in the Commerci-il: 11,1111I) ( ( > j I .f '|-.iirgri-'. ,Hate-h-n..x Hi'I.. JUiiinU Ontrul Employee Want Itctter
I I ]roiluct of Florida as ) pound Of wile from ," : (' "HI' i<> l.rirt. In Virginia.DANVIU.C. The Comluctorn' Salarlex.
from a common horse. Among in the science of medicine i and tit the:1 H.l :are ofT to the bench at Daytona( boxes of oranges for :at scents > V Fay-

the bones of the tiger was the skull!, I to enter upon the practice) of their pro this amoun. Volusia.] county produced for a little vacation and a rousing to $1.00()u) per box on the t tru-. i :. Va., tig. 21.-In October CHICAGO Aug. 23.-The Illinois Central

fallowing iis cinine teeth, which are six : fession. The medical profession differs last ear :;,flOO() ounds. fail In less than two wet'tlu't'utiw crop last a wart-house at liocky Mount,
j good time. Old ocean could not conductors, brakemen and baggage
inches long and out like a saI I in thi that whereas -die sold at (.<. It I I'raniJin county, was fir.-d inct-ndu--
During County pays
flatEre from the u\ past thirty day* to extend welcome to two was p1"l't.nlIl1 .
a warm
Lurned'to withm'e.trat to consider the 3t1vance.lscale
This extinct and its riesand the ground \ men,met to-day
lr. : I' be Judge Lovme has issu'i1 l eleven to advertise. ;
safely marriage
lawyers permitted fellows.
:young may such jolly good There
remains have caver before l>een found permits. other buildings. : a strong of wages which they propose to
k V east of the ilis3 *hinpi. Dr. Leidy is satisfied j to acqure a good deal of their Williamson and family are oft A town it issuid is fairly --i/:\'ll up reason to l believe the building was fired as k.

-.VV V V that the elephant, tiger, horse and ; education throigh practical expHenceafter .A pe1i1ior to the oounty c(>uiiaihsion- to the beach at Daytona. by its papers.( If they teem with I I bja.. negro because the owners refusedto The scale which wan agreed to/ad- -

camd, being found in the same cave: being adoiitted to the bar, 'h> do ers :Rking ttem. to call a wet DeLand) and last dry Itohcrt Taylor was getting Ia4 ads the town is justly classed as good allow (;n..ral Mahdtu t.> speak therein vances the pay of the rough conductors, V

F lived at the same time, and thinks it this in the ca eof youugdoctors wouldbe crculated in of crab hay for his for business; otherwise, no good. : nail aft rwards a.Iowed a democratic running4,000 miles a month from $90 to
week and week
: V likely that the the others had been i, to expose eoplc to the risk of all qcrte numerously signed. a crop from .1.grass T. \\"oforcl'splace (Juided by such rule, Lee burg ranksA. ,|r speaker to occnjij it. Four negroes $12.; per month, and all others in pro
its sorts of malpoctice. i is :i much JeIo mat : ought to the spot by the tiger as I. I Je I just beyond Trout lake. It is 1. and yet t there are merchants in : portion. _. _
I for to lose his F.rown; and Nannie Woods, were arresti -
: food. The finding of the bones of a. lighter mater a cup grajseS: plentiful: ( in ; and wonder this city who do not advertise. I II
horse is considered strong evidence that property the blmickrs of a market. Toirjitoes :rt lants, .I of excellent quality, the i i on suspicion, tried and convicted, GRANT'S RESTING PLACE.
V' horse existed on this i 1 and inexperienced lawyer Uiau I pears, egt-i> in i I is why there i H not more of it pro- I Gen. G'eo.V.. Hodge i is spendingsome :1 ai.d fentenced to le hanged. -.
the common once okra nl sale all raised
young f tt.are >o The Home to rain Senator Plumb's Itcnolutlon V
continent aud afterward became extinc. for him to sac'itice his health or loe this vicinitr. hf i duced. time in Leenburg, a guest of I U forgo Early anl 15ynl( Wn
These animals are also placed, in quaternary : his life becauio of the ineompetency: Iminipratioa -1 The fall term of the EutiSemi- I the Tnion.( ( en. I lodge was a noted exccutcilatl* Hky Mount on Friday and on Subject.
A branch of the&'oithem State 25. The Plumb
Orleans :'.)tli. cavalry leader during the late war in the others will be f xPt'uttd1.t.. it). WASHINGTON Aug. V
period. of ledgcd doctor.- -ev nary begins Sept I
some new Bureau Wednes- .
was o rpanized .I resolution expressing the sense of congress -
service. lie is ---- --
Until the recent dNcoveiies the eyes of Pica 'Ue.Lu. day night by VV. w. Pi 'mble. State agent.S. : Fort 31/jerx Press. i iI ;I II tho Confederate a i, Tin* ... .. .\Iliniirc.i that Gen. Grant's remains shouldbe

:::: scientists bad not been of turned finding toward fossil Honeywell, west of UeLand, is putting I; Extenive }preparations are being I I Kentuckian by birth. i Ni\v ORLKASS, L-\, .\11;. 2<>.-.\ L'icayimn&i removed to Arlington will be passed
Florida in expectation In TubltC.Iu some ced and s A branch cf the Atlanta National the house. It will be followed by
Lands. Dak. and falkins up beggar crabgrass | made for winter srardening. i Dallas (Tex.) special} says: There by
remains. The Bad theatre ivcently the for hay, that is mor* : nutritious and bet- .; Building and Loan Association ha several rcfolutions adopted by theAlliance legislation providing for the removal of
English Co. lmttveV were
't of the prominent VVWy an The Seminole Canning
3 Bridger, \y. r., are two terthan Northern ba, been organized in Lcesburg, with 1,*1 convention tocIaviz.. One'toj the remains to Arlington and also for
betvcen the I :
acts was playing j
fossil fields of the West.-I'hila- orchestra I received in the last few mails orders 'I Mrs.
shares taken. the for Grant
and two ladies in a Lal-c Tobacco int. dozen j indorse the suli-treasury bill; one indorsing of a place
delphia' Press.V very loudy, Ciiy PI for l.'X: ) cases ofgtmavatio: I
Mr. and )[ F. V. Hull celebrated the State favoring the IJoggI by his side. This"will satisfy the only
_. to con-I rs. papers
.'. front row, wire: endeavoring Quite a large lot (f fine honE was cans to a ca-e. Every order lately -, condition made byIrs. Grant to her approval -
the campaign
; their fifteenth of I faction during recent ;
V ; bass this j ear atfect a disdain verso at thee time. They had t{ i offered for salt on th e street Monday ., I received outside the State. anniversary directing the penitentiaries of the of the proposed removal.
; lack wedded life at their home on Main ( one
fo1-almost all bait except cricketb. How raise their votes cOlsiderabh-reached low, as I at ten cents a pound and found ready There is.a royal ponceana tree at t street, on Monday evening. I State to employ the convicts inside the -
the orchestr suddenly a V
: buyers. the Hendry hou:e with a spread over walls cotton basgiiiK manufacturing
V at
who himself
contracted what an A millionaire hangs is a
they e\er. Im"t b passage, the ice of one of the ladies Our farmers are boj tinning to look fifty feet in it.slattcial branches. The Cureton & March last season h

    # acquired taste is hard to Put the became cruely distinct, just as she remarked -i upon whitening ?s and getting t '8G freeze killed the upper side of a 100 acres planted vegetables.>. They II burge xhernsehes of all inelli igimde i men: commentary the limitations of wealth

    V fSlernll; have to yive tl1 their chirpy i.I : "I Tear silk underclothes.tms.a j jI ready: ( to get out time Helc t eec staple. limb then six inches in diameter, shipped H,-OO worth before lifeawfif' pers. as a means of content.

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    :" In the columns this tJ. C!. L. Saj't I TJie Election Law. / A Cure for Paralysis. Master's sale. FloridaTruikLine. -

    : BR/DFQRD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. announcement (Continued.) Frank Cornelius, of Pur"el1, Ir.d. Ter., !
    attend thee.uhd DECREE RENDERED
    wefk.will l he found of was my ple.iureto I
    .: the name our SEC. 11. It shall be the duly of the secretwry says: "I induced Mr. Pinson, whose ; 1 by the Hon..James M.Baker, Jud e of the

    ; i present collector of revenue for reelection. meeting /f the county alliance nt Lake I af w-iffl had paralysis in the f.n-e. to buy a : Fourth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, nLOIUDA CENTRAL
    hp _PUBLIJ-HED WRF.KLY ATT1BKE.HRAfFORD Butler the 2911' ult. :1ltePresident of state, ns soon as practicable bottle Chamberlain's Pain Balm. To i sitting In chancery for Bradford County on the

    ('OU TY..FLORIDA.I. I I I 3Jr. Hale has filled the mi Friilny ;i t.t ter the passage of this net, to cause.a ttieirgreat surprise boforo tno bottle had I 16th day of May, A. D. 1830, In a cause lately f& PENINSULAR 8. R.
    -------- H. P. linger* was present. The j pending the Circuit County of said county
    I? i I I position for thn't years giving gen- I book all been used she was a jrrrnt deal better.
    .C. WEBH. sufficient number of registration wherein Charles M.Sparkman was ccinptaiz.ant Formerly the K. H. & N.Co.
    .. oral tlio His meeting was held with cl'iscd doors. ,Af-, Her face had been dl awn to one side but
    Editor ,
    and Publisher. I i fatisfation to people. and A Ibert(I. Cooksey was defendant, the undersiCTied Standard Time
    ) :__ __ and assessment sheetsI ter the transaction: of business of the called blank oaths for registration, nppiicatkns the Pain Balm bad relieved a'! pain and as special master named in said decree Use-.May 15, 189" " -- : en or .
    I (lonl/lt for renewal of certificates certificates of s soreness and the mouth assumed its will sell at public outcry,to the highest and best 3 I 7 iSOUTHF.itS DIV'X.) if" | 4

    < SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 A YEAR | j have, l>ew wualler than any of his meeting ihe slate president) in a few t transfer| and other blanks required to be natural shape." It is also a certain cure bidder for cash. in front of the Court House door 4. 50 p 1005: a I.v Feniaii-Jftift Ar 2s5"p"JSOpllSOallv 800 -

    4V : 'Entered in Aft !i i re.ilccvsso1s'. He is courteous, gentlemanly reOlarksclI.1Ielthe( allt'nlilu of the allinnce ued under this act. to be prepared so that! for rheumatism. lame bnck, swellings in the town GUi of Starke.day of October in said county, A. D.,1890.-on Mondaythe (;it) p 1 2 2.5 a 1.v .aeksortilip Ofxllalftin Ar Ar I 4"p 6 25 a*A

    Affording f r1'grclt liz t and at all times. to certain rumors in circulation, that the t hem e shall be three of said registration and lameness. 50 cent bottles for sale by within the hours of prescribed by law. the $4IpIzS.SpLv En Id v/n ArlZP5p 140n '

    the rout Qffift. Starlf Wi., /vs Scond o uhlcinO books for each election district in each UT. II. llivers. following property, TZ! : One steam saw mill and lOlOp l.35pAr Stark.' LvIiS-ia 5/
    CIIIM .1/lltl. lie has made Bradford a most excellent alliance would or would( not endorse certain books flinll grist mill three cotton Kins and planer and fixtures 1124p 2iiipAr Hawih<*ne LYlO7a 55

    ------- --- and. if elected and! denounced the whole thing county( which registration nt: connected therewith, and colton pre-s also 12 16 a 32HpAr Cirri I.vlOtOa 29a-
    { again men It has been I that Florida leaf 200a
    I 'olectO I : the lop of each page have-printed or proven one large mouse-colored mare mule 8 ;years old. 4 12 p Ar488pAr Silver Prongs I.v
    OUR n} jIOCIL\TIC TIOJETI to ill! position, will serve the as a fraud (It gigantic proportions. The written 1 till; (441 th required (by the constitution grown from the licit varieties of seed will and one large black mare mule 15 years old; all lisa (\cata8Kp Lv 917a 6 40 a 115 :

    people as faithfully asithie past. I Ocallcon'ention endorsed our platform to be taken by electors: at the time of produce a leaf far superior in quality to of Springs gid property, in said county is situated and will near be sold Worthington above 10 00 a435a "OOpAr 6 W Ar Iloinosossa Ly 700a 330p&

    I, For Justice of Supreme Court.4ILTOX _--- I and we ns democrats and alliance men, rcgistiatinn. and shall be fllk(1! in columns! I isumatra and fully equal in texture and without removal except the mules, which will be 635a90Ca 635pr p Letsbtirj Tjivares Lv Lv 744a 715 a 94p

    column will wilh proper headings so as to I indicate I Ihe I finess of leaf. la working Florida present on day or sale Said property Is sold for ( Ar Orlando Lv 54.St 850p
    II. MA DRY.of In 011' anlll'emelt are bound by that adiou. The democratic Havana there is waste. the the satisfaction of said decree 5COp .
    nC as
    n ame, color) occupation and place of wrappers ) 3 | 7 t TAMPA
    McKinney age. _____ UIV'S. | sj
    be found the of A. J. JAMES T.WILLS.
    name of Florida and the Farmers'lliance make tine t filler.
    party including the street lot and I cuttings a
    County. residence
    PasCo r Aug. 2918*). Special Master. 7 00 p 11 25 a Lv Jacksonville Ar 1 40 6 '
    for the office of tax assessor. organization arc as-one. The efforts of and block of any town or city and dale -- 4 60 p 101-6 a Lv Fernan.linft Ar 255p p 8SO 35 a -

    Comptroller. I lie Las heJ this very important office demagogues or partisans will not and cannot of registration of each elector and the C'a1.t.i W. A. Abbetf who has long been Notice of Incorporation. 6 20 p 11 30 a Lv845pl335pLv Callahan Ar 140p 855

    record is before our number of the certificate that may; be issued with Messrs. Pereival and Hatton, real IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT 3 20 Baldwin Arl035p 5l5i $
    W. I). I. stand. President Rogers advised the estate and insurance brokers. DesMoines NOTICE a 53JpLv Wildwood Lv SZOalllOp .
    and to him. with a separate: coin mn on concern that uinleran act of the Leg- 508a 713pAr Bade City Lv 655a
    of Leon County. l people.l His competency abilitycannot selection of our best men by the convention the right side If each line for such notes Iowa, and is on. of the best known and islature of the State of Florida entitled an "-\ct 6 SO a SSOpAr plant City Lv 555a 9s 820u 4.

    be disputed and Ills record I is most respected business men in that cityays to provide General Law for the Incorporation 7 20 a 9iOpAr Tampa Lv 500ai
    nUll advised a strict adherence to the: :and eutries as may from time to time be ) ,
    of Railroad
    and Canals and all laws
    I to the good qualities amendatory 245p Ar Tarpon Springs Lv
    born and s : can testify 45a
    For Congress Second Di tt-fct. above reproach. lIe was I I I' to put opposite name. The thereof the undersigned under the
    principles ot our order. Men who think necessary any o Chamberlain's Cough Ren ed '. Having corpor-- >os. 7 and 8 daily, solid trains between

    ROBERT BULLOCK reared in this county, and if youth ey can ride into oflice, using the alliance pages of said boos shall be alphibeticallyairuugtdand i im : used it in my family for the past 8 ate Florida name of have the "Atlantic associated jd themselves Gu Railroad together of and Plant City. Nos.3 aud 4 has Pullman Jack'sonyille .

    on't know him ought to see m numbered and the lines iu I I can safely it has no equal for for the of chairs aid s'eepinp cars between JacksonvilU
    of Marion County. you years, say purpose constructing maintaining and
    hobl!> will be left orderis I and Tampa.30 .31 daily
    him and he will tell] all about it. as a y. badly ; our each page shall be numbered nnd the either folds or cron p." W) cent bottlesfor operating a railroad for public use in the conveyance except Sunday.

    ":! General IJullock f Iek i in you non-partisan and the majoiity of our names Iheret II shall be alphabetically re sale by W. H. Rivers. of persons and property from a point on ( 13 | CEDAR KEY D. | 14 TH25aLv
    wi S' the Atlantic ocean or some arm. bay or tribu- '
    Starke on Tuesday, Sept. 30th. Senator Phosphate on Kingsley' Lake. membership know and appieciate it. No gistered. Upon the requisition of the: I tary thereof within the Cou ty of St.Johns and Fernandma Jacksonville Ar Ar 1401005aLv .
    county commissioners of any county, the For Mr. U. F. Thompson, State of Florida, and thence In the
    many years most eligible
    this week Mr. C. Ehlers paid hobbies underhand Callahan Ar
    Call will in Starke We l- One day no demagogueiy, no I 140p .
    poak secretary of state shall: furnish them with I of DesMoines, Iowa, was severely afflicted direction through the counties of St Johns Clay, 12 i" p Lv Baldwin Ar 12 25

    nesday, Ootoht-r 1st; and at Lake our sanctum a visit. He dime: from Lake work, Is the motto of our honest farmers. the required number of 'said books and I with chronic lliarrh a. lIe says: "At (possibly Put am). Bradford Alachua and La 2 05 p Lv Wald.A15 .> Arlli7a p

    Butler Thursday, the 2d, in', the day tvingslcy, on the south side of which lie Don't try to foul them for they are posted b blanks which the county commissioners I times it wns very n vere; w> much so Fayette tributary the thereof Gulf of within Mexico,tlte or some said County arm. bayor of 740pAr p Ar Gainesville Cedar Kev Lv Lv 9 55 p ;
    Ifeaiod it would eud life. About ama
    shall' deliver to the of that my La Fayette and State of Florida.
    lime. owns a "forty" containing a flourishing .in this campaign. The the whole supervisor registration -
    eyesof Nos.
    1.1 and
    I chanced to U daily Solid
    of their seven years ago procure a James shears. J. Maxwell TilJen, J. L. Davis, trams between".Tnck k
    orange grove. Mr. Ehlers came down to I Union are now turned to the Farmers', r t"pectivCOIltll'S. bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera H. R. ll.Til en.
    Why instruct the members 10 be Florida seven months ago to look to bis All'ance.' Shall we meet the issue as men L brc. 12.of the Immediately time for registration upon the at expiration the and Diarrhea Remedy. It pave me Aug 29-Sm _FKUXAXIUNA_to _AND_ JACKSONVILLEBR'gg..

    elected I prompt rrlief, and I believe cured me $ _tlL_ __ I 5IT93'Pa |
    the for Senator
    to legislature purchase and if possible to find phosphate or shall we supinely crouch and lick the several precincts each restrict registration ;permanently, as I now eat or drink any- Masters' Sale. 415 |>Lv Jacksonville Ar 850 a '

    Cal) when the alliance can: elect a He had no experience in the latter branch h hand that smites us? 1 appeal to the manhood officer shall: I promptly deliver j his i book and t t thriu I pleaV* without harm. I have BY VIRTUE OF AND IX ACCORDANCE I, 11 CO p 5 M p Ar rnaiiiJiini Lv 715 a 100

    States senator from their of sciences but did he told i all blanks len i in his possession to Ihe also used it. in my family wi'h the best I I a certain! decree of foreclosure of mort- _P0p_ Ar Brun as was
    members ? Watch the applied of my- fellow-citizens to answer. supervisor of registration at the county results." For sale byV.. II. Rivers. j page re' dered on the 25th day of August. A. I) | Trains Nos. 5, 6. t0 and 61 d'Uly. Solid traina

    own Georgia sounded the gopher holes, stirred the There are lire issues before us-tl1xl\tions. site and thereupon the supervisor shall 1MX by the Honorable W. B. Young, Judge of each (direction Route between Fernondina and
    the Fourth Brunswick is via
    alliance. jUllidal circuit theSUte of steamer.
    salamander hills and with his friend Mr. superflous boards with extra sessions and I proceed to make up the registration books: NOTICE OFELECTION. in and for Bradford County in FloridaI. j wick and Atlanta. cars "rung.J .

    4 Il ickle tried to for< the several districts) i in"his county so certain cause therein pending wherein Lucinda'J'owlls..nd 1JWESTERN I
    honeycomb Clay DIV'N
    county God only knows what else to drain ollrcounly I ( g l'i'0pi1ia
    i is
    Our greatest burden of taxation thai the three legi'tration books for each: complainant and John L. CJasfcins. I
    with trial bores for the coveted mineral, funds to their lowest Let administrator, the t-st-ite! of Louis Witfcovskt. I L Jak9<>nUUe Ar 75i p 3-ii; ; ; -
    dregs. I
    that we complain of cannot be, rem- election dUlrict shall; exactly correspond deceased and Mary G. Witkovski. wife of the $ :r p 81f aLv Baldwin Ar 70ftp 229n .

    edied bv'our state 1 legislature hut He found many: deposits, one of which the democracy of democratic old Bradford and be as nearly as may be a duplicate the said decedent are defendants. I W. T. Weeks. as 445a 113pAr Moiitlcrlln Lv 210p 720a
    5 uim> a 2 13
    the United States I is on the lake. but in no case was the purity rally, aad all enemies of whatevername one of the other. Such books shall be so: special master shall exjxise 10 sail aud sell .t, 8.VIa SlOpAr pAr Tallahassee Lv 120p550a '
    liy congress. High public outcry to the hiirhi-st bidder for cash before Quincy Lvl223p 34.5k
    tariff is what robs the people. The of the phosphate such as made the or calling will be relegated to the marked on the backs thereof as to designate the court house door in said county ut lOfiOa 40.> i ArKiverJun-tionLvll 0a 230
    clearly to which election Ilistl'ictthcy Sarkooturing the levral hours for public sale on Penmicola Lv SOOa '
    alliance is the only power that can discovery valuable. lie then went to dig rear. :. C. LKVY. belong and one of said books for every MONDAY THE 6TH DAY OF OCTOBER.A. D. 2 70 20(0 a aAr A r New Mobile Lv 12 40 a
    Orleans Lv 8
    reduce this tariff, thus the necessity in Bradford county and being daily occupied election district shall be marled by the To the Sheriff of Bradford County, of the Stateof those certain parcels or 1H90 trncts of land belonging SnOuAr Montgomery Lv 730p)p

    of sending alliance men to the U. S. thereat soon become proficient Starke Fruit Growers' Association supervisor on t the back thereof with 1 I the Florida: to the estate of said decedent and described as: 227aAr LouisTille Lv210a652aAr :
    A meeting of St'arkc Fruit Growers'Association and I follows: The northwest of the southwest Cincinnati Lv 7SOp
    "Of1ice'py, plainly quarter
    dare Know 3 e, that I. John L. Crawford, Secretary I
    enough to again tackle the har fisted : 72.aAr St. Louis
    also three and one-half Lv 7a
    congress. quarter
    s and penurious hills of Clay. was held l last Saturday afler- which office copies: shall at all times bekept of Stute. of the Slate of Florida, do hereby give I loss begin ing at the northwest acres corner more of the or _1181'aAr! Chicago Iv 350p p

    b- the supervisor in his office. notice that a southwest quarter of the southwest and: Tram Nos. 1,
    noon at the court house. Among other ijuarter 2.9anol l'> c'nily. Nos
    Our state legislators have no jurisdiction His experience now summed up is as I'.C. J3 Each; elector upon being regiMered running thence south 3X chains. thence east 10 I have 1'ulliiian ve.stihiileil sleeping cars Jackson Iand3 .

    further than state affairs follows: With hardly any exception theD'' discussed was the high freight L shall be famished by the n'gi GENERAL ELECTION place chains.of thence beginning north all 3>4 in chains section thence t to j vii coach Cincinnati to Uensncol.i and Nw( rlans.. Passenger- .
    ; twenty-two, and Flmnatlon. ,
    Relief' from the charged by the railroads! on strawberries trution officer with a ceitilicate:: of {registration south. of '"
    high protective tariff whole west and south side of Kingsley township six range twenty-two east, 9'IIUWANEER1VE1ROUTE2
    that makes The building of the Stance and Sampson I which shall be munhi-ri-d iu each Will be held in Bradford County, Stale of FlorMa I i containing in all forty-three und one-half acre tfiO730nlv :

    our plows and hoes lake is underlaid wIth phosphate in beds district in which they are issued which!I i on Tuesday next succeeding the first 3I<"!-1 more or less, and lying and. being in the 'ountyof ; ao Jackxonvillo) Ar 70p ,6 25 .
    City railroad was talked about and this Bradford Stateo.fFlou ula.. $3.'j) i4tSaLy Baldwin ?
    Sold Ar
    cost us twice what worth to satisfy said L Loleeree. 70rtp 535
    they are of more or I less extent. They contain sIlICate certificates shall contain a statement of day in November. A. I). IS'K! the said TUl.'sday' Purchaser paring for titles 1025p O55aLv JjikeCity Lv 517p 335a -

    must be sought for from the United phosphate of 20 to 30 per cent pu ri- plan of getting competition on freight I the full name, age color, height, occupation being theFOURTH I I W T. ""EJKS. l'll'pIl' (5aAr Jnsper 443a t

    States Snd alliance rates was approved of by the association.The place of residence and date of registration I Aug. 29, I -OO. Special Master.Masters'1 1 01 a 12 12 pAr Valdos'a 10> a15p s
    congress. ty so that three tons of it contain as much u___ 111la( 55MpArHOOaOPOpAr Macon
    there to look after interests. following resolution was adopted I as entered in the registration Atlanta 7'op :
    your phosphoric acid as one ton ol 80. -90 pcrcent l book6, which ci-ilificalu shall he signed DAY OF NOVEMBER : Sale.
    by Nov. 1. 2.9andlt)
    and a request made that it be published iu I Ii daily. No. J has Pullman
    Silicate phosphate is the most the registration officer. No persons shall!, BY VIRTUE OF AND IN ACCORDANCE: sleepingears between Jaeksonville and Macon .
    One objectionable feature .notice the TELEGRAPH: l be allowed to vote in other election For on>* Representative of the Second Congressional i cl'rta decree of foreclosure of mort- Macon to all points north and west. ;
    available for use as it, when dried. crumbles any pasre rendered on the 15th da.of. A. D. Ticket '.
    August ofliw SO \\
    In the commissioners District of Florida in the Bay street .
    Fifty-second comarllogan.
    county room to und be used Whereas, The members of the Starke district I than I the one in which he is registered Congress of the United States. ls.91) by the Honorable John F. White. Judge of Depot foot Ilogan street. Jacksonville.

    during their session, and that is, the away powder may un- Fruit Growers' Association and others in I t ; nor shall any pel'loonwllllse name For a Comptroller of the State of Florida. the Third judicial circuit of Florida, acting in I I I A. O. MacDonnell

    noise and confusion. disolved-so says Mr. Ehlers. does not appear upon the registration For a Justice of the fcupremq Court of the Stateof place of the Honorable James:31. Baker, Judge Maxwell, o. p. &. T.'A.
    People seem this in the hundreds of the Fourth
    vicinity, now numbering Florida. judicial circuit of Fl.r1da.ln and I (t-n. Manager.
    to gather there to talk and visit. A Mr. Ehlers desiies us to publish the feel thtt their industries received a t books be nil Ion ed to vote unless lie produces For twoinenibers, of the Hou> above I and exhibits his certificate of registration atives. by reason of sickness in a certain cause therein Traffic Manager.
    slight to the
    person a few feet from the commissioners as a recompense good great blow from the enormous freight to the managers of election; Fora Sheriff. pending wherein HenryMeinhardIsnacMein Walter G+ Coleman, Ceo. Traffle Agent.
    people of Ionia and Kin llcy for kindness Fora Tax Assessor.For hard Samuel Mo inherit and Eiia.s A. Weil part
    cannot with them in ovidcd That hen
    keep w the of -
    up charged! by railroads dining the last year, name any onewho Tax ColUn-tor. ners doing business under firm name and style of The Noiic-SiHh Straw-berry.--A
    their business, and it 1 doubtful if often shown him since he became their was duly registered prior to l\v.\ For a a Couiity Tn'a!urer. Meinhard Bros. & Co.. are complainants, and I New -
    : when said roads charged $3.20 a crate onstran Variety, aud bow Obtained.
    they themselves hear each other neighbor. approval of this act does not appear on For a Justice of he Peace in and for the following John L. Gaskins. as the administrator the estate
    can ben ies while they were only charging tile registration books of the election district Justice Districts viz: of Louis Witkovski.deceased, and Mary G. About' eight years ago Jlr. Brainard
    talk. The Kingsley lake people have reasonto Witkovski. wife of the said decedent, are defendants Mitchell and settled
    family nt
    l in refrigerator cars 47 cents on a cratet in which he JI' isten'd and in whichhe No. One (n. I, W. T. Weeks. as special master, shall Hampton,
    -.. congratulate themselves. With a soil '' resides, such person shall on making No. Three ($;i). expose to sale and sell at public outcry to the in this county bringing with them a
    The of beans occupying the same space iu thecar No Five (s). highest bidder for cash belore the quantity of plants and shrub
    announcement of N. C. of the court Idoorofsaidcounty -;
    1r acknowledged fertility state over; : satisfactory: proof to the supervisor of the No. Set en(7;. among
    and of almost at Starke, during the legal I which
    the same weight and was a species of the
    Wainrigbt for assesso appears in a climate to which none other can be compared fact of his previou regislr.ition, and (hit t For a Constable! in and for the following Jus hours of sale on of strawberry
    this issue. JVIr. has 90 cents on a barrel! of Iri<-h potatoes, 1 his; name has been improperly omitted 1 t ice Dist nets,vi/: MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY OF OCTOBER. name which lie was net able lo find -'
    \Vainright served a lake too lovely almost for this out. This
    ; plant seemed from
    from the said books be entitled No. One A. D. 1890, the first to
    showing that the policy of the raIlroadswas ) to Irive (1)
    Uwieople in this capacity for railroad the following lot or parcels of land flourish and jn
    situate ly-
    world; a hotel and in prospect t his Manic restored to said books No. Tuo (2). season produced sicua
    : and has made t-j impose every cent of height that : on application .zo. Three (i0. ). i g and being the Town of Starke, County of large quantity of excellent berries
    a good and-which is better than all the rest-a to 1 Iheupel'visor of registration : Fourf4). Bradford! and State of lorida, belonging to the that
    oflic'er. lie they believed the industries along t the line : estateof said decedent they proved to be a gieat treat to the
    is one of Bralord'soldest solid' foundation of phosphate under their and shall thereupon receive from such No. Five (5)). and described as follows::
    Wet half of lots five and seven and fourteen; I family one! neighbors for several
    citizens and of their roads would bear, as further evidenced a certificate of No Seveu(7.). Seasons. .
    i supervisor registration ,
    a fed: they should thank their stars forhUll1il1g ard one-half feet on west side of east half of t Jlr. Levi Jouhs
    having few
    highly respected by his loPl. His thatat Starke alone one car of 300) similar to that hen inllefnre provided for, lots five and seven all in block seventeen fiontiug a ,
    l them on this exceptional spot across the face of which hllhe \\ ri ten sixtv-'eveii feet on Call street and extending plants through his schrol children, oh
    election willjinsure: :god Ht iof taxseveHtyears rates of strawberries yielded a freight of north from said Call street on-j hundred and five; tained the first season so great a yHd thai
    aud not be chaiy about letting others i in i red ink the words. "nl'-t"ra1ioll Certificate.
    books correctly made. $960, and in instances 1140. while feet and embracing the store houses of the said I he was induced (to o save all the plants fur '
    bate their I'ounty. Their usual' energy ninny by t Hie supervisor of registration, A Joint Resolution) drcertmt' as per map or plat of the said Town of the

    j the same car filled with oran f s was cart I lie production; of which at I the proper Proposing \meulmt'nt to the Constitution of SUrke. Sold to sat is.',' said decree. Purchaser next season, and succeeded in plant
    and push is a safe guaranty that extensive ; I paying for titles. \%'. WEEKS, ing mjoiit one-eight of an acre, frum
    Professor C. J. of I I of I the election
    Bryant, Lake I lied the same distance in the same time, I I pollingplal'l; proper : the State of Florida. Aug. -JU, 1890. Spl'ciaDtastero, I which the neighbors used largely beside
    will be forth ,
    phosphate mining begun
    I be shall: be entltk-d t to
    JJutler announces himself vote, even th.nigh Be it resulted kv the Legislature of the State of
    as can t or10 therefore be it about
    : ; selling $3-> worth to Mr. Blanton. 1
    w ith. 1 his name docs not appear on the ntiistralion I Florida Masters' Sale.
    didate for county tax ansoRsor, in thil Resolved, That our Association will I 1 books of such district: Provided, Slid : I the railroad agent at Hampton. Mr.Johns,
    issue. ; That the following amendments to the Consti- OF AND IN still
    Jlr. is ACCORDANCE attracted the
    Bryant andambitions by profit and
    lly'JRTI.E great won .
    ayouug: Improvement on KIiie lcy Lake. render every assistance in our power.pledging' certificate properly identifies him to the Slllllon of the State of Florida be and the same decree of foreclosure of derful productiveness of the
    man. He would make a Mr. John Oshorne his ot the election. '(Ire certificate mortgage rendered on the 15th d. of berry refused
    has beautiful: our every effort towards the eon managers : are hereby agreed to, and hall! be submitted to y August, to sell the for
    A. D. IS'JO. by the Honorable John F. White plants which he had
    of shall be of many ,
    good lie has registration the
    assessor as s. good j place in apple pie order. lIe is building flruclionlLnd further support of Ihe Clarke folowing the electors of the state at thC'generall.'lection of Judge of the Third judicial circuit of Florida applications, and together with his son- '-

    knowledge] of the locations and valueof a pier into the lake at his place and erecting md Sampson City railroad which will[ 1 I lorm The: cerllfic(Form tIe omitted of i I transfer bet e.) in this act IS'.K; )for ratification or rejection, and numbered acting Baker.Judge in place of the of Fourth the Honorable judicial James circuit M.ol in-law, Mr Thomas Dye!, set out nearly

    Bradford real estate. .Mr. Bryant g rive us just and reasonable heights.J. ARTICLE I. Florida all the plants obtainable. This (their
    i a bath house for the accommodationof provided for to.ie used in cases of traiis- in and for Bradford County. in chancery, year
    has been a teacher of prominence inour M. Krsixcs. Pres. Section 3 of Article iii of the Constitution is dis ,ualfied! by sickness in a certain cause therein last; season) they are more than satisfied
    bathers. This will be the nearest bathhouse JOHN UGL.O-W. Member. Icr from one election district to allot her hereby amended so as to read ns follows: pending wherein 1la3c\I Frank, H.l\IE'ln- With their calculations m
    county for several and has shall be of the following form : (Form I hard, I. Meinha rd. Meinhard and E. Weil shipment* j
    years to Starke ot any on the lake. Mr. J. L. BKOWNLEE, Sec. SECTION The 31 eml>TS of the House of Rep A. I obtaminc the highest prices and not losinz
    doi"g business under
    a great friends. omitted here.) rt.cntalishall be chosen biennially. beginning partners firm name and
    many t Carpenter has two nice sail boats that are g. The ceititicate of transfer in this with the general election on the first Tuesday ot)le of Frank & Co.,are complainants and John a single quart on account of imperfect .
    We and Do act after the first in October L, Ga.kins, as administrator for the estate of berries
    1 can Monday A D. 1892\ or otherwise which was in great '
    always ready for service and can be hired provided for to be used iu cases of trans- Louis
    The friends of John W. Kellum "Juarantre Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir, fort and thereafter on the corresponding day of e/ery deceased and Mary U. Wit contrast and exception to their neighbors
    from one residence ward locality kovski. wife of the Paid decedent deferdants ,
    street or second are t
    at reasonable Mr. -
    a year.
    announce him as a candidate for reflection very Ralph I i has been fully demonstrated) to the in the election district I. W. T. Weeks, us special master, shall expose who were shipping Noonan's improved.
    shall be of
    the office of Blanchard and James Ilornsby have also people this country that it is superior ARTICLE II. to sale and sell at public outcry to the highest JVIr. Johns and Mr. Dynl have the only
    to county treasurer to au other preparations for blood dis- the following I foim : (Form omitted I here.) Section 2 of Article vii of the Constitution is bidder for cash before the court house door of
    in this issue. Mr. Kellum is a A nice new sail boat said to be equal to eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic Sue. 14. As soon as practicable after hereby amended so a04 to read follows.. paid county at Starke, during the legal hours for patches of the'kind at Hampton amid hare
    hardworking, and truthful any in the state; it can be hued by the poisoning, Ulcers, eruptions and pirnides. the passage of this act, when furni hcdiththe SECTION 8. The Legislature shall consist of public sale on now, 20lh. an agreement with tha ,
    man a MONDAY, THE 6TH DAY
    not more than thirty-two members of the Senate OF OCTOBER, shipping agents at Hampton Messrs. M. .
    It the whole \\I t t I three registration books hcreiu
    purifies and
    man that our people} have con hour or day. Hunting and fishing are i system and of not more than sixty-eight n.embers of the A. D. 13flO N. Blautot and \ViIliams Bros for all
    every t LboroughU builds up the constitution. provided for, for each election district House of Representatives. The members of the the following parcels or lots of land belonging to ,
    fidence in. His friends plentiful now aud this is just the season the estate of the said decedent their beiries, and are now picking this
    were not; 7 W. H. RIVERS. the supervisor of registration shall transfer House of Representatives shall be elected for and described as
    content nulil his name was for one to enjoy himself ou Kingbley's -- -- thereto find iraiisciibe therein from terms of two j e\r".and the members of the Senate follows: Lots numbers six (6) and seven (7) in week ten crates from about one acre,
    properly shi.ll be elected for terms of four ( block one (1); lots four(4), Eand F in block two while the Noonan's
    The population of Florida has increasd; 1 years ex- improved have long
    announced. Everybody kiio\\,s him beautiful shores.Ilic whatsoever registration i books an now in cevt as iK'rl.'inafterprO\'idelt. the election for (2); fractional lots A, B and C in block one (1).
    *.J j10 needs ,4 4S at the rate of twelve hundred a mouth for pobcsbiou ot such supervisors the names members of the Senate and House of Representatives all in the Wynns'addition to the Town of Starke since failed. The plants iu the patch referred

    no recommendation from City Daddies meet. the past (ten years. The population in 1S80 of all electors who said old to 11at the same time and places. The in Bn dford fount v. Florida. Sold' to satisfy said to will average one foot high and
    us. Yoniiave his record It appear upon terms of Senators elected i 18'tO shall decree. Purchaser paying for title ODe and half feet
    since a
    ever was 269,493.; Is now 390,000.A books expire on across are in a flourishing -
    City council met September 2. IS'JO.Present to be properly and legally registered -
    the first Tu.?tlay after he first Monday in Octo W. T. WEEKS,
    he moved to Bradford. You knowwhat ---- i Aug.<) 1890. anti loaded with fruit
    Geo. E. Pace U. D. Miner: W. electors theu-on at the time cf such her 1881.an-l the term of those elected in 1S9-J Special Master. I
    he will Jo if re-elected. duty to Yourself. I transfer to said three new books, taking Klip.ll expire on the same day in 1896. and there and bloom. Mr. Dyal thinks that his -
    W.Sapp. By motion ordinances 41 and 42 It after all senators shall be elected for four patch from its fruit -
    a Is surprising that people will use a' care that the na.nos of all electors shall I Im years' Notice.All appearance (producing
    Our board of commissioners were passed. Permit was granted Wills common, ordinary pill when they can I transcribed only iu the books of the tlcc- ARTICLE III. persons indebted to the estate-of Con way 'ance December) might be kept in successS
    county secure a valuable English for the "Section Oof Article xviii of foil bearing the entire
    one Hill
    tion district which Constitution is are hereby notified to come forward and year.
    & Owens in to such elector be
    ; to erect shelter
    to be a wagon rear mine Doctor hereby amended so as to read as follows: settle the and The
    are complimented on the money cIers English I : game, all persons having claims Nonesuch strawberry-which name

    promptness and busincss-likv> method of the propei ty occupied by them. Resolved pills are a POSITIVE cure for si<'k headache longs. SECTIONS A general election shall beheld in ugainstthesaiil 'state are required to present; this new variety has lately been givenis -
    At the time provided by this act for the them duly authpn'ieatt'ttk within the
    each time
    co in this State
    and all liver troubles. They I nty on the fir't Tuesday required -
    they have th-it the council purchase six new are after the first ; by law, orhis notice will be plead in bar u perfect bbomer, producing a solid firm
    adopted to expeditethe small, sweet, easily taken and do n' registration books to be kept open by the! Monday in October A. I) 1812!> and
    two thereafter.for all elective of this notice will be plead in bur of their n cov- berry of supe-.ior flavor, with Jess acid
    business that comes before them. street lamps of the best quality, and clerk gripe. 9 W. II. RIVKRS. supervisors of registration the said books every years Stat
    I' ery. D. L.
    and ALVAREZ
    County officers whose terms of office are than the Noonan's. anol we believe it will
    At their last meeting scrutinized i instructed to ascertain cost of lamps at shall be closed, and shall not be again about to expire or for any office that shall have Sheriff and
    they be
    The population of Australia t according opened for registration until after the become vacant. Sept 5th, 1S90. Ex oftlcio Administrator. prove to a great tribute to the strawberry
    bills once. Bills to the amount of $'6.93 interest
    ordered [
    closely. have Florida
    of r
    very They to the recent census is increasing faster next succeeding general elcctiou except Now. therefore notice is hereby given that at

    determined to administer affairs veryeconomically paid.: Treasurer turned in scrip to than that of Am(r C'a. To meet, this growth I) as herein provided and the supervisor of the said general election the said Article I;as Notice to Non-resident Defend s. F. GAKDINER. LEVI JOHNS, THOMAS

    in the future, also to the amount of $102.40. which was des- a bill has just been introduced in Parliament registration shall attach his certificate to adopted to the the electors Leg slatureof of the State IKS'of, will Florida be nubitutted for. ant.IN DYAL. M. N.of ULANTOX.V ILUAMS BROS. (

    adhere strictly to th law in all of 1. troyi'd. Council adjourned to meet again for 1.115 miles of new railroad to each of said three registration books, cer ratification or rejection and the .following instructions CIKCU1T COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL Learning of the above-described the many attractive qualities

    their cost $73.500.000. tityiug that they have been examined: and are hereby given all to the mode of CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. iN AND FOR berry, which -
    rulings. The TRI.EGRAPI is September 5th. .. revised by him and that he has caused compliance with said amendir ents: BRADFORD COUNTY. I have: seen Ut to name Nonesuch. I Lave

    sr always ready" to say a good word WALTER WILLS, C'k. Is Life worth Living? such registration to be made; I in compliance shall Fiist expires---At said his a general"eut or di election Rent to the each ratification elector IS CHANCERY.To purchased the entire right and stock of

    when it can. u Not if you }?o through the world a dys i with the constitution: at.d laws of I the state or!uid.rtlcl..I. by having written or print John Panan,defendant, residence unknown: plants and will deliver them to partie

    lie \Vaiit a Bridge. 1 peptic. Dr. Aeicer's Dyspepsia TablVt* of Florida fairly and ed on the ticket which he shall vote,the words: You will take notice that a bill in chancery for who may want Ihetn. iu quantities from -
    : impaitially to the the foreclosure of
    Our city fathers' Five Mile, Aug. 27, 1190. aro positive cure tor the worst forms ol best of his ability. and such hooks or lists For.J\rt.icle! I, or Against Article against you in the Clerk's u mortgage ofHce of has this be1 court n filed by 100 to 3UOU plants; at a most reasonableprice. -

    were very severe:: Editor TELEGRAPH Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and of names ,)certified witu And notice is also given that at said general Fredic Feldnmu. My object in this is mo.e for the
    in am .1 such additions
    levying a whole 3-mi tax on the'dty poor man : aud want justice. There is a big ditch ii LImy 6 W. II. RIVKRS. erasures and revisions as rnav the eiect.'rs. and the ballots of those voting on or demur to the matters and things in said bill state than for self .
    property. are already field ---- from time to time in conformity In ]:; \,< Article II shall have written or printed on them alleged ouor by the rule day in October. A. I). aggrandisement and
    too. high This 3-niill tax will beKuliicitnt which if bikJged would !horte amy In the of Florida be made In or of I he same: shall constitute the word*: I'-.M,of this court f-r the same will be taken profit. CorrespmmndencesolucitLMt.

    mill road at least half mile. forty-niiueounties For Article II against you as confessed; Provided This notice 6. 1*. QAKDINER.fctarke .
    I ,
    a ucutto the Against Article II.
    to elect a good system of there 803 post-offices, an average of about registration) books) and I lists of such shall: be published in a newspaper published If. ;

    '.. water works, purchase a sti-ain lire Starke: to see Jerry Johns about it: he eighteen to each county. county. The supervisors of registration: of And Tltil'.is fui'tliergiven that at said general the Town btnrke. in saM County of Bradford, Price Flit
    electors iu the VIII iou counties election !altl.\rt'l'1"'I11 shall le submitted to the known as the Bradford County TELEFRjiPn, for by express: 100 plants, 50 cents;
    engine, employ a scavenger ;aml a says his road: board requires plans and the official shall be electors and the ballots of those voting on Article (fourconsecutive previous to said rule day. 1,000 plants, ;2.50; 10,000 plants, $20.00.
    A Child Killed. custodians of the books of III-hall have written or printed them
    on Witness the Honorable W. B. ,
    specifications and Young Judge
    night polk-e force to inspection aud I don'tknow
    say nothing r registration and they sh ill have time tie words: of said circuit
    Another child killed by the use of ext court and the seal of l
    about filling) up the mud holes in the what all. I spoke of the Lake: Butler i iate gIven in the form soothing syrup opI I j t elusive control and management; of nil For Article III, or. Against Article III. [SEAL] said court, this September the ad. IS'JO.W. U. D. MINER

    streets and patching the holes in thejewalk. branch bridge. RId he told me I must Whv: mothers give their children'such mailers pertaining to the oroper registra The votes cast in compliance with said proposel Clerk of. T maid WEEKS

    i is bad do like deadly poison is surprising when they lion of electors) at all I limes, whenever it amendment and the canvass declimtionn Court.
    I really too that they did-go to the couuty commissioner >'d returns them Ctf. shall be subjected to the I
    'an relieve the child "fits peculiar troubles shall! come to I knowledge of the Notice. "
    should such lie supervisor same regulations restrictions as are provided -.Qi-v-fe
    ) impose he
    thought the 'nwga'e by using Dr. AI'I cr'H Bah.othf. r. of registration that any elector has by law for general elections in the State of Flor- E isfIiij

    :burden upon the poor tax'.payeral his board such work, but they never It contains no opium or morphine. Sold! died or become disqualified to vole by ida II York All are persons hereby Indehtel notified totheesfate to Come f of>rwa.rd Henry and F. VjjJ yj-S

    at one time w hen in Halt beard of the Lake Butler: bridge until tht by W. II. RIVKUS. 10 reason of conviction of any disqualifying The attention of the Sheriff is called to the lawrequiring I settle the same. *nd all persons having claims
    -- hini to caus"Jii notice of said
    against the
    does not need a single one o, appropriation was made. Now that i San "When we came to this town,* writesu crime, or from any other cause. or hissremoveI to he published in a newspaper printed in thecounty them, dulyuuthrutirated said estate,are within required the to time present required
    luxuries above from the county or within the I if there be a in tbe and if law ,
    the mentioned. The easy one. Georgia editor "it was little more thana paper county by or this notice will be plead in bar -" -
    county without there he no taper published in the county he of their
    eople should I hereby give notice that I shall apply water tank but now the best whiskey obtaining certificate of shall recovery. W. T.WEEKS. Iw&
    1 protest against such very transter. or that his cause at least five copies of this notice te be A"g- 8, 1890. Administrator. _
    ugh taxation. t? the honorable I'oard: of county commissioners 0- in the country is sold here, amid there :in right to vote has become posted in the most public places iu the comity. _

    at next session for Ii good substantial are ten moonlight stills in active operation :anywise affected since Ins registration IN TESTulo WHERFOF.. I have hereunto set Notice.Y .
    it shall 1 be the duty of t the said hand and affixed the Great Seal
    bridge, not less than 100 fl.tloug.Icro in the COUnt','. A is my
    'Dickison anil( His .Men" is tb etitle s said ditch let it cost what it for good in newspaper" a power supervisor to mt ke a note of" such a tart [EL. S.] of the State of Florida at Tallahassee B VIRTUE OF AN ORDER MADE Bf THE WATCHMAKERANti
    may.I any community. Honorable VIM. K.
    of book on the the Capital. this the 21st day of Malphurs. Judge of the
    proper books
    : )just published by am a -- ---- opposite Auguot, A I). 18IX). County Court in fen. J. J. IHrkison, of Ocala. This lI'xpaJer.H. B. &CAHBOROCRH.r Can'tSieep Nights the nttllle of snr-h: person and! to mark oil JOHN L. CRAWFORD. ford and Stite if Florida, exercising probate -
    the names of such persons as have thus powers dated Aipust the 29th. A. D. ISDO, ---
    hero Is appointing -
    of the
    the late -- -- ac.Waldo compUini of thousands
    war was to FJoridawhat : suiTi-rinp ceased to be qualified electors Secretary of State. me the under-igned as commissioner to tlSTAI1KFT
    "Jeb" Stuart Dots. from Asthma, Consumption, Couurbs by running D. L. ALVAREZ, Sheriff Bradford County. sell the followitieaIeState belonzin? to the es
    was to Virginiathe *>tc. Did : ,,11 pen through the names of such tate of Win. Miss Belle Hicks returned you ever try D'r. A ker.s English persons Aug. 20 &>d J. M. late of Bullock County, 1'
    embodiment ot all thafwaspatriotic Tuesday Remedy? It i is i the best preparation on said; books and in such cases (the supervisor rjnfirfliL, depusituafed in atii.l fitimtt* **!*
    after visit of several weeks ---- -
    noble brave a to relativesin known for all LlJn TrlbIes.old shall carefully note in said booksthe Bradford and de.44n1h4'd as follow: The south T'T.ACpecial
    and dashing Sue to on Notice.A west of section
    Georg L. expects start Saturdaj date quarter twenty-four, township
    } lie a positive guarantee at 'Joe and .r U '. of men erasure, and in no cases '
    alt is Mirnamcd "The Knight o f fur White Springs, where she will allendschool. < I LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ES- eight south. of rarge twenty-two east (Sw'4 521 attention given to repairing Watche5 &
    S bh.dl the
    W. H. Rivuus. : i r-"pectors: or of T 8 5, II 22 E. cntaining k Clocfr3 nnd )i'i''O
    the Silver s". managers any 1*. tate rf Thomas Sims, lute of Bradford one hundred amid sixty Jewelry. Ac.. Ac. All work < J
    e Our people know election allow acres more or ies; twenty acres iri at rrasonsble for
    --- -- any person to vote whose County. State of Florida (deceased will cultivation, prk-ep csli }
    Rev E. .
    111 well] as ako the events with; V. Blackman.. the pastor of the The census man who was: assigned the nai.ie shall t appear on time books to have forward nnd make iihmediate payment nail all twelve acres in onnge grove,trees from tight to -- __ --------- '
    which Methodist church is ( .ffn a vacation to jKT-c*'!* iiolil'iijj claims ,rjptii'st inM estate will twenty years (.itl. Now. by virtue of said order I
    he and his enumeration of the Sea Island been there struck oil
    brave Company coast of S.; or erased whether willn-11 at public>uterr to the highest and bust
    1 recuperate. ;>n-.e't I lln'iu ii'v! uul:" orient-! wi'hiri: the /
    of Marion Light Cavalry were connected. 3Iise l Eva Harris and Clara Carolina made a remarkable! discovery. such person shall have a certificate of registration tiini- rl..Hlilt.l hv l.i\\. or this '..Ii.... will lie pleai! Town bidder, in front <>f the court house lo.r in the ER '
    Renant Kiawah: island miles or not, unless he ill l Iiarof their of Starke jnthe said County of Bradford.
    have some down the produces or recovers N. T'1. BUXTOX, 1-60
    Thl book is-\ resume of returned! from a pleasant vis-it I II FU. -'. dimming i the legal hours of sale, on '
    aerdandina. coast is exhibits tinpLon. ,July J 1U9X AJmini..trator.
    owned I b) two of the families to such MONDAY
    } of managers a pioper cer ) THE (TH IUY OF
    these TLcir -- OCTOBER A. D.
    memorable and glorious days, comed tin-in home. many friends 'we I- the ante-bellum Sea Island barons. The tificate signed by the supervisor of registration --- -- -- --- lu'OO, ORGANS $

    is an octavo of 260 pas, illustrated; The return of Mr. Fuller the enumerator, to his surprise found there i a showing: that he has been I :Xotin' Illtol1lC1rat( 1011. it l legal being sale time day,first thenforesaid Monday in aid month and a I $ FFER

    and i is nititA blifk colony of 150 souls and properly restored l to said book subsequenth 'OTICEIS HEREBY deseriix-d lands, on
    : beautifully hound. I sold at from a ttip north is hailed with shuck art I % GIVEN THAT UNDER the following tern: One-third cash, the balance .
    MorganV% Uazur 5-1.50 th friends delight: ) bc )y 'ghI4n. the only one in the world n licit": to the u.-ite of s.ud erasure ('f bis ;I i anactoithe U-gisUfcieot 1'lori-lu entitled in twelve mo ths secured by fir-1 T)UYla Augnit. SE4eUib'
    at :: copy. of tiij" ('slIn.lahll'o'm I ",\n Act to i :oa gc-nerul l.iw for mortgage _____4 .1> or October and pay ;
    ; in*11. all I the I inhabitants! tian'ift I the iiroti tiie incorporation On sn.t; land. Time said rral ,
    : I ion hoo111 '
    were English I arklitimis to, I estate sold for .1 .
    list of the men of his regiment -'l'pid' is-abroa.l; iu tins p.u't of tllt"ulli."er" speaking 'if ntilnMds :i- d cai.land: all acts li ustribution -; crupu a.8 8;l.lftpo' ** .,
    : contains : I. 1"tIt.hn ; and i I I ;: coiKclioiss and other entries in all among tic irs a-i.l distributees and ; 'X Lowest taw n. (t
    ,'. and willing negroes. Every alt. anwnJJ.tor.lh..r.v.- un 1 leiSigne.i have to r .!.-!-' Tha |
    as.SO -nssef
    more than said
    many uaims of Bradford citizen ii-ported. oue fml frhot i i- gn he met Co,url) re.u and I \\ ri Ic. rle-I erasuies of names, and the cases and dates I <(1tl'tl t.-uelvei: toj-eth.-r uuder the name of chaser| ay pa exp>ing f..i titled. administration. I'ur-1 I 'li- 'y-rtx J.'t' "tEti J cinhdowubl' ,

    *. Buy a copy a* : fol A t'addlef venison I chill of snilab'e: a ire could a'so read and, 11 thereof shall: (be made by the supervisorsli i The.". Stai rk. and S.impson Citv' Kailrairl Corn ROBERT KEITH. 'i "tyk; : I>.;c.urUtii.. Xotaterwul33QjtiDCEN -' =
    > nfor tin- -
    of 1O-r ri.p
    the old llimltto receive.1 from El!!1write. aud the wonien { in all thr"e reaistration"books I : purpuM building uwnm? operittiiii' Kept. 5.18'JO.To i o. -
    gentlemanvlio l *#y was I ITI. en in.a solid block |I were just as into-li i- belonging and maintaining a railroad! for [.uUlIc u---e __ Cuiionljdon r. ;: rksi.. BE.MTlilIq
    not his best blood for our 'l'' factory ice at t jgi-nt a* I the men. All were prosperinff to each election di.-trict in his county. .(, li-tween siM iit.iof. Starke and Sampson City. bEP : E14'r 01 ? r'omeVer'ft a -u'-
    I and I
    \01 in your was quite H n<>\i-lty under the wise rule to the it' Uiv.JfoiM County. Florid i. v.-hom it may Concern j ,
    of us keep s.tid tinll :
    mulatto all
    a : at -
    S asnear
    hour of peril and fight the ns, cxhibiu-datMr.t IJriiuiing's I casiqe'C : I I I %'r" OL
    old'batt'.es store b Coiicrt 1. I'
    named 'EK. All
    Quash '
    fore being retailed Stephens whose wife was as may le duplicates the one ot the JAMES persons artereby warnctl not to trust my rUALE sv.t1oFFE118 !
    i to lovers tj.Storke
    over of vifo-.
    ; again. gmne I responsible for the education of tbe I I other. I Jous L. Mary IIopkHs.on mv aeenuitt.as from this

    V. peopIe. (Cr>tnaued: in our next.) \1\0' :1m, Fla., August- 1890. UA.aLJ. day on no debts ol her's w ill THOS.lie pith A.! hv HOPKISS.mo. i I I a ? .Bips J-

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    1877.| f Be/DFORD COUNTY\ TfiLEGRPH.Starlve j Candidates were as thick in (town |. Destructive Fire. j ---------------I. '"
    Monday as fireflies on a dark-!: The extensive? saw nnd! planing mill and j

    J. G ALVAREZ I night. gin house of Arvarez & Knight was ,burned ,; STARKE, FLORIDA. mERU' ..

    'Ia.. Sept. 5, 1890. Our town girls! are getting to the ground last Friday afternoon at The friend of Pliny S. Crews announce
    ,, ; up about 4 o'clock.s ths !' him as a suitable candidate for the otnc .
    I straw brigade so our : mill has not been '
    i is in-
    reporter I SESSION OF 1890-91. of Sheriff in and for the
    ; in County of Brad
    Local affairs. t formed. operation for several days the origin of
    I f ord. State of Florida and respectfully
    the fire is:: a mystery; the supposition is I j solicit for him the suffrages
    Our of l hi) fellow-
    Jones Sells Shoes. strawberry growers are busy that it caught from a passing train being I The above School Las been purchased citizens in the coming election .

    DEALERIN: ",, getting their land ready and setting located near the track of the railroad.; and is now controled by a J MANY FRIENDS,

    ; .), It may rain or it may pour, out plants. The fire raged furious-lx and the citizens Company consisting of the business! -
    but JONES sells Shoes. and of the of FOR TAJ: COLLECTOR.The .
    Announcements with professional men
    are coming in at; one came to the rescue. By

    Merchants May puff and( blow, ali\elyrate.] Don't fail to look: the heroic efforts of, the people all stir- I Starke who have the Inclination, this method friends of announcing of Emery P.him Ward as a take

    J but Jones sells Shoes. j I over them. rounding property was sived. Captain I the ability and the means of making didate for the office of Tax Collector can.of

    1'hemay kick Blaine out of The circuit leibenjcr with the Bradford Co. Guards:! i I[ it the most practical and thorough, Bradford rounty for the ensuing term and
    the court will soon l he here. : i School in the State. The} buildings I I respectfully solicit the support of the
    cabinet, but Jones sells 'I\ he "hoss" traders vas among the first to reach the mill; nil voters at the
    1 MILLINBRY shoes. their fattening up I worked nobly. i| have been remodeled throughout in I coming His FRIENDS.

    stock. such manner as to make them both _
    The republicans the Tnis ib a serious luss to Messrs. Alvarez
    commodious and
    Only one more month before elegant in style,
    force bill, but Jones sells shoes. Knight. The plant was valued at about
    schoo.: with to convenience and I hereby myself
    i The mall folks are losing an eye comfort : announce a candidate
    $6.000, with
    They all build fine houses, I no time at playing. > only a small insurance. Mr especially. for re election to the office of County'Tax

    BUT Alvarez is "absent having gone to New i They have bail the Institution incorporated Collector and if elected I will endeavor to ..
    JONES -
    SELLS SHOES. Next Wednesday the 10th will be York two weeks: ago. Mr. Knight informs serve the people in the future as well as
    and succeeded in
    ! IN THE LATEST NEW YORK AND When Oaskius gets to be governor the county convention. The campaign us Hut the ginning department will securing the service have of Professor G.. in coming the past.election.I solicit Respectful your suffrage! at the

    PARISIAN Jones will sell shoes. is now well upon us. i iLeConte be icbuilt immediately on the return of C. Looney, the famous !southern I )1./M. HALK.

    ; STYLES. Congress will unseat Bullock, pears have been quite )1r, Alvarez. scholar and educator to take chargeof FOR-TREASURER.'

    JONES STILL SELLS SHOES. plentiful this season and of a very where to KejiUter.ilr. : I the school. The friends of Mr. J B. Cason announce

    --- .. l large size and delicious flavor. E. LOdom.. supervisor of registration \Ve know Professor Looney as a him a candidate for County Treasurer:

    See our reduced prices on Ging Miss Chrric Adams is has appointed the following district:: lughtoned Christian gentleman, a and) earnestly solicit the suffrage of the

    A Great Display of SILKS LACES hams. TruLy, {Sternburg & Co. time in spending registration officers: 1 profound scholar and as a teacher of 1. voters at tLs coming election.
    UIIIBOXS some .Taoksonville Pablo
    HENTS, Bangle Bracelets, Hair Bands and Hair' and OR V.t- Printed Lawns 4c per yard at Ala} port and surrounding cities., District,Xo.. 1. Lawtey, E. G. Ii1i. the-highest grade. As a diciphnar- FRlE. D9.

    i. Styles' to numerous to mention. Ornament, Truby, Sternbuig & Co. 2. Lake Butler W. J. Ep-i iau Professor Looney is unexcelled FOR COUNTY TREASURER.

    ., Milk shakes at Meaenam's. Council pond has been in good person. Both mentally}) and morally his We the friends of John Kellum take

    3 *" swimming; condition this week and I .. I show the of the hand gieat plehsure his
    \ A full line of paints oils 3. Palestine. C. W. Douglas' pupils impress mannonncing: name for
    the small: boy has been quite of in this his chosen re-election for County Treasurer of Brsdord -
    HamlmrgS, Swiss Embroideries Plain happy. 4, Providence. J. L. Turner. a genous pro-
    . and Embroidered' ] Hemstitched Truby, Stcrnburg & Co. .. fessiot County. We know him. and we
    # Suits Lcoo. Skirtings and Van 1 Djkc Laces Lemonade and soda water at Lawtey is the only district that 5. Pi-e Hill Thos. Goodwin. f :: know that he will serve the people satis! .

    : India-Linen Queen's Lawn, Meacliam's."Partidos" has selected her delegates to the; I. G, Starke, T. W. Sweat.! Wherever Professor Looney has factorily. MANY FIUEXDS.
    Checked and .
    Lace-Striped Lawn andy 7 taught; he is extremely popular rising
    convention which meets Wednesday. Hampton, P. II. Caon. FOR TAX ASSESSOR.'
    Nainsooks, Solid: and b'ancy- tril'eel cigars atIKiberger Persons who wish to register must i in his character above every
    i & Richard. The first cotton of the season: was ap- I kind of social Knowing the high estimation in which
    Sattcens. ply to the registration officers in their narrow prejudice, ,,
    own N. C. Wainright is held Tie of
    I I by people
    brought to town last :
    ! Take your girl to Meat-ham's for a on Saturday hslrictsbefore the 13ihday of political, religious or otherwise. Bradford and his record efficient
    French Suiting' ; Real Se\'eralloads September, county. as an
    an-l tinea have been in
    Chambrays cool temperance drink. brought I We I and faithful
    Niin's-Yeilinir, or else they will be cut off from voting. can assure every one desiring servant of the people
    lIenriettas since. educate their children that this we. his friends do not hesitate to
    : Side-Band-Suitings, ctc., etc. Bargains in ladies' and misses' to again
    4: low l shoes at The district meeting has been District No. 6 ,. school is situated in a beautiful antI L present him as candidate for the office of
    : The I The Tax Assessor for Bradford
    Largest voters of district No. 6 will meet county ami
    Die of Truby, Sternburg & Co.All changed from next Tuesday to Sat attractive locality, noted for its solicit for him voles at the comicg election -
    it Btarke
    : on Saturday the (Gui daof :September -
    ; Lancaster, Saccarappa and Ameo kas- Ginghams kinds of temperance drinks atM unlay, to-morrow, Sept. 6. Don't liealthfulness (there having been a MANY: FRIENDS.:
    brought( South. A at 11 o'clock a. m. to nominate

    ,4. beautiful ? of C1IALLIES at 8 cents a yard; FIGURED LAWNS and each am's, opposite post office. forget. delegates to meet in the county conven- : period daily of seven attendance years in with our an public average FOR TAX ASSESSOR-:

    7 ORGANDIES. .. Hams, shoulders, sausage, butter, Master[ Gussie Long presented our tion on Sept. 10th to nominal candidates bchc-ola of three hundred in which 1 hereby announce myself a candidate

    THE cheese, etc., jut received by force with a large lusc-ious pear on I to, represent Bradford county in the next 'there for the office of Tax Assessor of Bradford
    COUIJIJETEWI'JIXB was not a single death). The
    OF Wills! & Owens. Saturday which "egUlalure. J. 'I. JOHNS County at the ensuing election and respectfully -
    : weighed
    1 Children's Misses' and Ladies' Hose ever offered over one Ch. Dem. Ex. Com. citizens of Starke are moral anlllawal1h1illg solicit the suffrages of my [e'-

    ;: in Starke. Ladies' Ribbed to the trade Have you tried Srteet Home flour? poun Dist. No. G. a church-going people, having l low-citizens. I hope ,that my record in

    Undervests in every 8ty1<.. Parasols l The salesare: increasing every day. The First Monday\ has come and I Starke, Fla., Aug. 29. 1890. i congregations of various denominations the past will be sufficient guarantee for
    Fans, Gloves, etc. Brown and lileaehed Cottons Linens'Napkins The best! trade iibes it. For sale ii the future. A. J. )lcKL'i EY.
    Table by i
    : gone, and the crowds have: come and I County ConimlMlouerN. with neat church buildings.

    1;:' Doylies, Towels and Towel! Crash), Summer Jean.- and Heiberger & Richard. gone, but Starke is richer by manya Board met Sept. 1. All members pres- ociety is good, consisting of people; FOR TAX ASSESSOR.:

    :; : ... Cottonades. 'Y'e have r(1lucedour 12! cent dollar. <,nt. Minutes of list meetiug adopted. from every section of the Union. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
    It M: l Alvarez appointed road superintendent the office of Tax Assessor and
    ginghams to lOc, and the tOe do. to Although offering the highest I respectfully -
    There are good of Starke for 6th di triel. Road bonds held solicit the
    LARGEST AND BEST STOCK prospects by suffrage of the citizens -
    OF SHOES 8c. Truby, Stem Lu"g & Co. Bradford educational: advantages this is the
    -- having a first-class steam laundry, a uganibt county for $1,000 of Bradford County at the coming
    , IN THE CITY. Tabv carriages from 2.50 to 20 quite proper institution for this and due lbU6.\ paid by Baker county, and most economical school in .the state eloction. and promise! if elected to performthe
    turned to treasurer to be cred of the duties of the
    at Truby, Sternburg & Co. money over same grade. office-

    jt Every one pleased and fitted.Ve are solo igents for the world-renowned TO BEGrVENVAY, a nice thriving little city. .. Itl'd al to bond for public fund. road Petition from of T C L Peeket The faculty will be complete, C. J. BJIYAST.

    JAMES MEANS $2. $3 $4 Shoe. I present with every pound' of colfep The TELEGRAPH for 3 months to Mace to run on north and we?t Hopkins'g not only a comprehensive Call for a County Democratic Conven-
    any address for 25c. A grand campaign collegiate course but special attention tion.
    you buy of Wills! & Owens.We :Simpson lake to Sampson City. granted ,
    \ ; A FINE LINE OT CLOTHING wish close! stock of ) offer, don't ail to take advantage but T Hopkins objecti g to road running will be given to such industrial The democratic party of Bradford
    GENTS'FURNISHING to out our
    .1 of this ]liberality.Mr. through his: land sheriff was instructed studies as type writing, telegraphy, county will hold a convention in
    and sunshades and sell them
    parasols to; summon 12 jurors from vicinity of said
    : GOODS Trunks and Valises. Saddles Bridles '1'. A. phonography, music vocal and instrumental Starke on Wwdnesday September
    for Knight became road if and
    at cost the! next 30 days. Ladies, quite to assess damages: any. report
    : ,:,. Harness -the best Wool Collars always( on hand. J let not this chance slip l'y.TrulySternburg' overcome with heat at the time of at next meeting. Collector presentedoil drawing, painting, etc. foth. 1890, Bt 11 o'clock a. m., to

    the burning of his mill but has of errors and double assessment for 18S9.I The fall session will embrace October :- nominate candidates to representsaid
    : PROVISIONS of all kll1d HARDWARE covered Paupers $ I November and December, the county of Bradford in the next
    ; and Farming Implements Crockery Tin and The ladles"of the M7E.\ church sufficiently to be out. \V T Weeks clerk and auditor 19 45: session l
    Glass Ware, Furniture .. spring January, February, legislature.
    ( Stoves will hold their ice cream festival in :Mies Bessie McCormick, of Gainesville bond expensed: 6 25; Mai ch and The
    and also sole
    agents for the celebrated "LOVE" SEWING: .J'll Moore. contractor 10000F ) April May. several' election districts of
    MACHINE-works button holes buttons Rivers' brick store every Tuesday who has been) visiting: her sister M Bunker. ballot, boxes 51 10( For any additional information the county are entitled to the following -
    on and does every kind afternoon and evening until Miss Sophie, at the Commercial I s B Denmark, care of pauper 3 00 address the Piincipal, Prof. GEO. C., number of delegates: District

    ' of I'ancy; work, all for the same price as other machines. further notice. Hotel, leaves for her home to-day. ,'lurgan Bios., book for clerk 2870] LOONEY, or J. CHAS. RICHARD, Secretary No. 1, Lawtey, 10; dist. No. 2, Lake

    : Jelly tumblers and fruit jars at Everybody in district Xo. 6 will I Tax assessor! It stat)' for E L Odom 102 1 41 75 or HON. J. L. GASKIXS, President I- Butler, 27; dist. No. 3, Palestine, 9; .

    : C ICE COLD BUTTER AND CHEESE" a1EI Trilby, Slernburg & Co. turn out to-morrow, Sept. 6th, to the TKos Goodwin, road supt., 17 00 i StarkeFla. di!'t. No. 4, Providence, 11; dist. No.

    The only 2 a day hotel in Jack- district" democratic meeting to !select E Molt 20 00 The 5, Pine Hill, 13: dist. No. 6, Starke,
    : Jury lor the Fall Tenu.
    Always the BEST GOODS for the least MONEY! sonville is The Travelers. delegates to the county convention. A\V IP\lvl\rl'z"Williams 2000 12 CO The following is a correct list of the 23; dist. No. 7, Hampton, 7.

    _._.__n.-_ __ Glass china and wooden The chairmen of the various districts -
    ware and
    4. u :Mr. Jno. C. Wills writes from It \Ivltrez" 200L grand petit juries drawn last Monday

    cheap at Wills & Owens. Louisville! Ky., that he is located in B Ui-es, bridge work 13 00 I for the fall term of circuit court, which] will please give proper notice
    T Mallory's New York-Florida lines. Our stoiof will \V II Pin holster, co. c:>m'r 540 and hold their district meetings to
    groceries' alwaysbe the University of Louisville and a S M V tmilh": 6 20 convenes in Starke on Thursday. Oct. 7 1 : snit themselves."

    found complete.Truby happy as a dead pig in the sunshine! T A Klliht" 2 00) Grand jurors-Isham Brown. .1 II
    Steinburg & Co. D B Kn 'ght" 6 40 Moore. DV Hazen, \V U Hammond. D .J os. L. HILL.
    : ; 'FiUiSternburg & Co.'s Q Cole. P P Dekle, J II Dowling. O Chairm. Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
    .1, New York, Philadelphia, Boston and all points North and East Ice cream at everafternoon:Meacham's. xccpt brick'arehol1 e is up nearly one Clerk W. and T. WEKKS.Auditor. Haynes, E A Kenedy. E \Vynn.. I) LAlvarez. I Starke, Fla., Aug. 22, 1890.
    ;. Tuesdays .I John B Hosier. A J itcKinney.

    D I FERN \V! INA, FIA EVE ICY TlnJRSD.\ Wills & Owen sellV: S."ns story. It will he a two-story structure Lawtey Delegates. Benjamin Ilickox. J M Lewis, E II lhd Notice to Teachers.A .

    '3\;r dulling from f ;'tE\V YORK, EVERY FKIUAVAT 3 PIRON "None Such" flour. Try a barrel. and the largest store house in Editor TELIGKAPII-At the primary T W Sweat. C M Sparkman.Petit Teachers' Institute will begin at Lake
    \ the jurors-J Cloversettle W G N
    The ) ; all-- hotel l Jacksonville city. meeting held here Sept. 4th the following; tles. G T Mattox Butler on Monday, August 25th and will
    ; A STEAMERS- only ytar in :S: E Brooker,Eli Hicks I,
    is the Travelers. Rates $2 Mr. J. M. Johns will rebuild a delegates to the county convention \sere A A Smiley, Join: Cioft, John J Morgan I. continue an accomplished twenty day teacher have The been services of

    1' handsome brick elected T J Burrin E L Elijah Kite, CV Douglass. N .J secur-
    I- RIO GRANDE a clay. tf store on the site of unanImously: Jonts ed. Board can be had at $3 to f 3 50 per
    the -burned- one next to the railroad.- Stafford, Louis Wilkersou S Rosier, L JV Hodges. W B Baxter. G \V Jennings 1- week The Board of Public luslructlon
    Captain Connor. After date we will sell our W 0 Ciyatt Thos C Glover John
    ing stock of straw hats remain-I This will be good news to all the E Hicks.' W A Crosby F! H Prcvatt, II][ Hall J M A Dekle. will do everything in their power to make

    ; peoi']1. U :Supp: J E Norman John Coleman./ the Institute a success and will expect
    STATE OF TEXAS New York this' is bona fide
    . cost; a School Board Uleef. every teacher wanting employment ia .
    _ _ _ \ J?. G. HILL.
    Captain Williams. offer. Truby, Stcrnberg & Co. Dr. Fortner, of Melrose, reports a Fla. School board convened at 10 a m.. the Bradford county to attend. j

    : Best Elgin creamery butter only pear from his orchard that weighedone : Lawtey, _ _ 1st inst. All members present. Minutes 'JOSEPH r... HILL
    City of San Antonio, 25c per pound at and three-quartet Ibs. and measured The President has signed the bill for the of last meeting adopted. Located j, school Aug. 15.1890. Sup't Bradford Instruction.Co.. Fla.
    Wilder. 13$ inches around and 16 purchase of the liallle field of Chioumauga:
    Captain .Truby, Sternburg & Co. ins a Gilford. Appropriated $11'0 to pay a
    nnd its conversion into a national park Itiicklen'i- .
    Thursday.Steamers leave Fornandiua on arrival of train Jeavng; Jacksonville 4:15: p. m. In order to make -room for our around the big way. This iusuecs the holding of a fraternal reunion teach r. Located the Varnes school i'n best Salve in Arulca the world Salve.The for Cuut,

    ,. Trains the Florida Central & PeninF'ullUailroad from all points south, arrive fall stock of shoes we will: make" Gen. J. J. Dickison, one of the of the blue and the gray every year SVVi of section 15, township 5, range 20. Bruises, Mores. Ulcers. S-ilt Ulientn,'

    : in Fern ndina'J:55 p.m. Thnrsdi.m'lkin. :,- close connelions.. special prices. on the scene of one of the bloodiest conflicts Raised; the Matthis colored school to &.'0per Fever Sores Tatter, Chapped Hauds.
    of the
    prominent generals! and
    war of the civil; Chiblains, Corns and all Skin
    Steamers Giu and arrive in New \ork: Mondays war. Eruptions
    Bruuswi only
    stop Truby, Sternburg & Co. month- Following warrants issued I:
    now a resident! of Ocala, called a tour and positvelj! cur.8 Pilesor no
    LEAVE NEW YORK LEAVE FEIWAKDIKA.Mdar.Aui Loaded shells at Tiuby: Stern- office For Sale. Superintendent: t $ 33t; 10 pay required. It is guaranteed to give
    29 _... ..........STATE OF TF.XVS"""" ............,...ThursdaySep. 4 on Wednesday. general I- perfect satLsfVvtion, or money refunded.
    . 3r Friday. '' ..."..'..'..'..'.'.'.......CITY OK I SAN ANTONIO.........-........ .Thursday! Sep. 11T.&u12T burg & Co._ is a very genial gentleman; ofpleasing Four mules. one log cart one horse and I Members school board 10 60: Price 25 cenu* per box. For *.ie by. !
    "AlD .................... STATE 01-' 1F.X\H Thursday, Sep 18 buggy, also fifty wood logs. Teachers 447; 23:
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    ' "rl1&y,S:ep. 19 ..... CUV:'" ; OF SAN AMOMO......................._._....Thursday Sep Z. Wire and canvass cots at Trnby, manners.Mr. :Sep: 6-2t L. B. POWELL. Miscellaneous 216 1 83:!; rsgists. .
    r I., ** ...u-J.p.A. ...u". .......7..V..1..T..STATE OF TEXAS...................................Thursda". Oct 2 :bternburg: _& Co. Jos. f.. HILL, The-State- as a Father.-
    L. B. Powell
    wishes us to Card of ThanksWe .
    For general information 1 HPP h' In Barbed wire nnd fence staples at say :Superintendent.: I; On September 1 there*went into effect
    : 1 n. AKPItT7WeStravStr'eet. Jacksonville, Fla. & Co. that the burning of the saw mill! will!I Under our heartfelt thanks to the in New York state 2I.law making it a misdemeanor
    (;. U. 1IUHIJV, 'elltf.'ot.llt.rt.::: Fcnmndina. Truby, not prevent him from selling lumber citizens on Wateroak branch and surrounding Educational. for boys under 16 to use tobacco:

    C. H. MALLOUY As CO., tienerai Agents, Pier 20, h-IL'I Y. Harmon's celebrated town and j the same as usual. lie proposes to country for their kind hospitality The Teachers' Institute, organized at in any form on the streets or in public

    J: I' __ __ paints ready mixed in t 8! Lake Butler by our indefatigable :Superintendent : places. This form of paternal
    country : ]keep it for pale by the car load am Iolicits ton aid us during our sickness also to govern-
    ,, ,<;: 3oici.. tae different shades, at Truby, Sterns orders. the Vanderbilt alliance for gift of $7.40, i J. L. Hill is a marked success.Mi mentalism may be all right, but it will
    1 burg & Co. "s Amelia McCulley, who conducting' nevtr quite tqualin: efficiency the paternal
    and the alliance at the school for
    rk HOME INVESTMENT Smiley knee and the shingle.Is .
    The filling our streets with the exercises, is an experienctxl teacher,
    ( Wills & Owens *. bargains goats
    give grea f3. and ilr. Geo. Knight of Georgia for:
    has been a tine thing for cleaning and her efforts in this direction Consumption Incurable?
    are highly
    in up}I
    provisions.CLOUD'S! God bless
    ; i. LOAN $5. all cheerful givers! Read the following: Mr. C?. H. :Morris -
    BUILDING AND ASSOCIATION the old tin cans and bcer'bottles that appreciated by the teachers. On my visit
    Why buy an inferior sewing ma- have been loose ilr.s II. D. KNIGHT. Newark, Ark., 9aJtIVas down
    " t' lyingarounj for the N. S. to the Institute ou Friday last I heard bllone with abscess of lungs, and friends! and
    i : chine and when WAIXKOHT.Voter
    AND pay a fancy price l last: Yl'ar.Y on el' why this scheme -- voice-"This is a great success; we phpsicians pronounced an incurable

    t you can buy a Domestic or New has not been thought of before.A *, ,\Uentloll.Ir. did not know the worth of it UItil we had, Consumptivp.! Ifej & OWN A HOME)! Home for $35 at E. L Odotn. supervisor of registration New Discovery lor Consumption, am
    & Co. number of editor's friends tried it. There weie about twentyflvbteachers now on my third bottle, and am able to .-
    TrulySternturg ye will be on Thursday, Fri
    m attendance on our visit. bll oversee the work on my f>tun. It ia the
    ; h., ': The terms of this: Associotion have never been equalled in Florida.It Bargains in summer goods. Call gave him a surpiise party on last day
    ) : offers terms that should enable every man: to instead! :: of paying rent to a and examine. Tuesday evening, the occasion being 13th for the purpose of registering qualified fortynn're o .J MidJIcwart.. Decatnr. Ohio,RaYS: '
    . this week.Education "Had it not been for Dr. King's New
    : landlord for the I in r. few years. it Ti ] Sternburg & Co. in honor of his 28th anniversary.Many voters for Ihe election.
    J:; I: have same sum pay same property uby, ensuing is the foundation of all stable Discovery for Consumption I would
    J "- '., offerS theJJeht terms to : congratulations were showered The IxivK will positirely be closed Katunliy I have died o' Luni Trouble WH.H given
    ' Wills & Owens have just receivedan political l is maxim weil!1
    ; upon the poor editor, which he I is governments a 111' by doctors. Am now in the best of
    the \3th iii.
    under the
    i. STOP MORTGAGE.E. immense stock of_groceries.N. duly thankful for. &, lno. established in the minds of our' people. health." Try it. San.ple bottlft free at

    :: Address. the above named Association J. Jones is selling summer dress Every qualified elector should be regis then let us: see to it that none bit competent : druggist. 5

    ... and challies Mr. Chas. J. W<-eks living about lered. Dou't sleep[ over your rights. teachers THE CRIPPf.
    3. JACIiSONYILLE I LORhIA) lawns at_any price. are placed in positions I tf) .

    : 5 EVERETT BLOCK,________ -- -"fl- -' ---;- 'r : 1- Wills & Owens will deliver any '1 miles south of town, says that he Notice. train our youth; we want men and women;, Advices from Alaska are to the
    ,v. IL 1 RITERSIEALEIt 1 goods bought_of them free of charge gathered 28 six bushels of good sound All persons indebted to me for lumbei no namby-pamby; 'gentlemen and ladies 1 t<> lh3 that people the grippe there is at killing a lively and rate prostrating; ami Sunday -
    off of less than
    II DRUG 8TOREpiI A fresh stock of flour just received :: corn rows omit : wIll immediately come forward and settle rear the coming generation. Then 1 letevery it was announced from New York
    IX- half of land. lIe that
    ,- acre says next it on official of Dr. Edson.of .
    Wills & Owens.N. either by payment or security or I will j community see to that those'vi I'j: authority Cyrus
    by year he will plant! an acre in the ,, I are selected to teach the Board of Health that it hit return
    Shoes place all my accounts in hand cf atto rne our schools are taken
    ed to the commerce; il mern-polH and i H
    .J. JONES' CLEARING OUT same manner as an experiment. Can ,
    ; for collection in a few d.iys.L. from the workers who are willing to sacrifice -
    :hats: SALE. I sell this yield be beaten in the entire B. playing the old gmv of havoc there. The
    am going to every POWELL.
    a few days and a few dollars! in attendance common hetief Hint it i is the av.int-courier

    l.: Olothio.g yard of summer dress goods on my state. BUrke: Fla.. Sept. 5, 1890.Married. ; upon this: institute which will of cholera does not m"tke its visit any the

    : shelves! regardless of cost, to make more welcome.:!
    ; tit them for the ,
    ii':: 111.1Gents' The Commercial: hotel has been high and important: duti
    ." for stock of fall I A large number of friends
    ; room gathered at
    .1\1 my andjkin-
    .... thoroughly overhauled: and Tefitteelwith devolving upon them. Electric Bitters.
    Furnishing Goods. ter goods. the residence of i 31 r.V.. R. Conner
    .1t one This ren\e and nice furniture. This
    .'.\4' new fist ricE No. 7.
    '';-\ of Lake Bullet's prosperous farmers:: on known and popular as to need no specialmention.
    : !R4rd I GOODS&NOTIONS SEEDLING_ house is conveniently located and i is A District convention will Le held All who have Used Electric
    I cf:1 DRY afternoon about 3 o'clock the atm
    Sunday ,
    :: : becoming one of the most popular [Jam pton, on :Saturday: ) September 6th, ]bitters t>inj* the Maine song of praise.-A
    ':' I hotels in the state. The proprietor, occasion being the marriage of Mr.[ A. .T.I at 10 o'clock a. m. for t the purpose of !''4- purer medicine does not exist: and it i',

    !& I stock of STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Browning to Miss Dora Conner, the accomplished letting delegates to the county convention jriicir.intped to do all that is claimed.
    : received a large MiJ.. Kleinsmith i is favorite
    J. J \SlrIN'
    Having just a general
    ;! .J. ", which is lo be held on the 10th of Sc1>t. Kl'-vtrir IitlTH will cure all dMeisei Gf
    '.s' the nbove (\o'l1.! sveflrC prepared to supply with tourists and traveling i and handsome: daughter of the I' at Starke, to nominate two niemljers for the Ii\r and kidneys, will rer.ove Pimples -

    ; '\\\f. '.: UKALKll IN your wants. Give us a call elsewhere.and inspect -4- men and his house! is always well host. Elder A. J. McKinucy officll1 d.' I[I the !legislature. J. H. )looiu:, t IJoilH. Silt Rlfeum another afTe.j .--

    1- : Drus & MedicincLStarke : our goods before buying The numerous guests congratulated Iii e ('hairmao 7th DUt.i : j tioll'fUsed by impure blood.-Will
    ; patronized. j
    J" ( & JOINER, drive Malaria (rum the system ami prA-
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    and wis-hcd) -
    happy couple them much
    ... ,.1 : FIat I aup23; STARKE. FLA. VERY STRONG:: GROWERS. very The Jerusalem Baptist Sunday _______ - joyWeaker i A Prominent Banker I vent-Fer as cine wfll) a ot"' curtail 1I"ala'he.l malarial('on-tlpalion fevers.

    ; l ;';_ Physicians' PrescriptionsOarefuU I It ". -- --. I I Prolific Firm and good shippers and school of the c<>l. Baptist church : man is nevnr than in a Water.A more debilitatod. :i S.yannah> so wive.ed says: with"011!sor Innftrnivas*", ami erup-I ap.ul and indicesion: try Lie,-tric Hiuer",.-

    . ]/ Compounded at all hour-urn.' III \I ,\ C WIll Give I Rust Proof. Plants home ,rnwn. held their convention at the courthouse condition than when be )his vie.ithfrPil a tions that the sight WH H yhkfiiinine.! I Kntire .ati-f.Mion" uarantfeil J, or money

    I iff'it 1) II. ALDEN. in this city on Satul't1ayantl c u"G of iti 'is;; ,-ls. The: system finds it h-trd Tl,t.y tried] all Ihe advertised) hl.1 r"::'!- ofintii.t.-1'rite. : 5t>c and l.X per bottledriig.ttr'res.
    : to bear unlHf th weight of the disease *-cliebut 10 110 until'. I'. I*, {I -it ; 5
    I up purpONe
    ? THEBRAUFORD COUNTY BANK $20 IN PRIZES Lawtey, Fl-u Sunday. This is an organization; of andaluio-t febtN a ,till..t the strain ( (prickly H-,hp">ke root and potassium) [ Florida Pineapple.

    .1' I Orders received by J. THOMAS, Starke, the colored:: people of this. and sn r- upon it. And jet there is a remedy taimswer was used, when a wonderful euro wan The pineapple of Florida

    1 STAltKE, FLOKIDA. 'rilt'n on Family GardcllIII augS-4t rounding counties. There were l.;0 -" the requirements of such a -aae. I made, and the banker remarked it bein;,* ,fjaily (>f Brevard crop has particu-beeu a
    flest arti'It' Fl.i. I county
    Fur tbe such wonderful
    ; a Hood
    A prominent dnirst and medicine it
    8ep'wh'rIO physician
    : t><>e$ a General 1usjieSS.k 10'1.011111cHClLTURlST: and 300 visitors I I remarkable
    .4 ; ;%1'" IJankins for she 1.jZES: 'j"in'laway: EVEHY -- delegates probably 5; writes from Darlington, S. C.: "Gentle I oiisht to be good for rheumaticroubles. j Ptiocrss this; sc.txon The
    t Txchani e bought and sol.} on sill prin- ,:MONTH. rJ? iN I'i.t!nl'ular,%eu,1 for a copy of WILLIS A. BALL everything pa'clloff! quietly, and 1 men-\Vestmorrlinrrs!' Cilis.wa TonKJ L- ." he forthwith tiied it on him- shipments have been much larger than

    '::,. t' c-pal cities! of the United :States; and Ihat pUller ,'f July 511. jt-po IIIlIt reIIIUfltr8tP A chance to yourtiU Rive- Starke, Fla.. ]j I the local committee deserve greatI has: been K'i iu,( very well thi-* spri' -. tselt and his rheumati&m: yielded l slowly: heretofore and! the prices icalized have
    ." ..ll Europe. ytir fI"! men asi.nce. Stiid to the publisher at I I credit for the order and 1 I here has !befii a good l deal of uie.isels;, j hut surely to lha poweiful pI o1o1ti'.s't.:$ been: ullif"rmIy! good. The net rtults
    . I If rot tilt'!!lni\' I 11:11" 1IlreL. !' I I MACHINISTND INVENTOR '! good qlli'tnE'SS espwi-illy: : among the faetoi operatives, ', P. P. P. (pricKly ash, poke ; I will probably range for good jMs.i from
    Collections Promptly Attended To. 4j1ILUF a !oUUIIlt"Fr.., O. P.tINTEIE. Puh.. IIe I i iFroewojk j of the large: number of coloredpt'ople which! left them in a debilitated eondi-i, av-inm) and he ihen e\i liim .d. "it is t tht> i 400 t>) 'CoO: per HcrtOne prominent
    I Land.Florida. >I I'TUE ii i I assembled: at one time. Ourjcoloied tion, for which our tonIC yeeins to I,t giea'est blood piiritier: of the ;jre." i tj-roMtr re.iiizfd $1.3DO from twantrus out

    'l''un BUSINESS soMriTz-n! ONLY an.t MODELS OF INTENTIONS a ] people, as a class are la w- the verv tlnu) and it his: old well. Trnly I1 ABBOTT'S' KAST INDIAN CORN of the best: part of his patch Another reports
    "TKLEWKAI I Send to above address for mforma-I'l'l.'Cialty. j I 1 yours, John A.: L'oyd, M. D. Sold PAINT is, from
    : ll J. M. SEIDLE Pres't. I and citizens. a quick cure for Coras, Bu in- about the same results best
    L A YEAH tion. au4t abiding peaceful by W. :11. Kivers. loris, and Warts. Dart of his Held.
    N. IV. HACKETT CasV. )l.oo()() .

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    I r protective tariff. It was all in vain. REPUBLTCANS. ----WANTS OFTruby -- ---

    d d G ty'T Te1irapli[ Two lov&rby l a itioss-jrrown rl'i'izig: I Tho alliance ran over Jiiin and left Mm I
    ; ; : !!!' They /leaned sol t cheeks tou't-t her I here" I --- crying bloody murder. --

    Unified the dark and Sll11'lair. REMINISCENCES IN HOT "Uia case.".rt'tnarkc.l the juihj, "re- STRIPLING DOWNED GOODRICH FOR &
    the wooine thru sinf
    And Sternburg
    \ h'II'r O I budding time:! 111 i in'Is UK of .1 htOrVif a man I once CONGRESS.A !j

    FtUtAIIEflEVERY EItIIIAY. ,O love's bci.t prime! WEATHER-- kiifxv in Texas. Ho was riding; over a ,
    --- ---- -
    \ ---- --- ---- I I I'Utliln' rough behind a youe of oxen. Heat
    _) -: Two wedded. f1 the t i ortal stint: in the forward end of the cart upon Harmonious Convention in Which the -- .
    BTAnlI FI..qHID.A. carrollmjre. of the -
    Theljell maUe nappy JlU : some hox's.s the wheel dropped into J'ut Forward Their nest .
    f. a Republicans .
    =---:= _ The air was soft as fanninA winy!
    ; r -- the Hriite )eaKcr IJrril cm tho llosul rut the pile toppled.] lie lost his balance OjU'- *
    White petals l 1'1\ 11lt. .-Si Men for State Ont'C'ro trClllg TO"SELL YOU VOCU GUOCEUIES. I'H"\"I. IOX1". n.OUK. CORN '
    l'm'-'r .lllli.h ami fell out of the rart. Ho was afraid
    .' KL01UDA ritis: S ASSOCIATION C I tender. Ili.k! that I.eiulcth to )-"trudinn--Ilge the] wheil would run over him and before lion to Oooilricii.OCALA HAY AND EUAN

    4. AFF1UATF.I WITIl Two laces o'er a t'ra.le bent: Cllhcrlou Tdlo a I.HIIc Tcia'o Tnlc. lie struck the ground he loudly FL.\., August 28.-The Republican THEV WANT TO SELL YOU YOUU DUY fiOODS AXI\ NOTION'S.THEY .
    -- -- '-: ----- I I.J Those'lhiC>*watched i.n--cd l a each life I hat(t her lo\e while had they tent.rocked WASHINGTONSept L-Lots of sto- \\hocldidgo overhim.. lint: this was morning, twenty-eight out of the thirty- WANT TO SELL YOU YOUK CLOTHING AND FUKXISHING <:Ocju.

    year .. ............ ..... 7r:.....:'?I 4 w$ 1 Ili.I.IIIM'W"I' : the dog days. Members who usually long that the oven stopped and 1 tacked two members being present. They nom THEY WANT TO SELL CAI:S.

    *1Iu'ubV'criiVt7iiis'mu; ,t't'iti'i'uid invkriat.ly inadvance. by 1 i.'I'"il' ::lire: take an active part in debate when the the cart. The' wheel went over him a i inated the following State ticket: Leroy THEY WAXT TO SELL YOU YOUR BOOT SHOES AND ItL'liBKlJS.: 'f

    .No dlderiminatiuu in favor ol an>' 1WII.I..I\.I t knee second time.: DeRail, of Tallahassee, for comptrollerand
    I 'fu' f1 nl"utldr I weather is cool }begin to iuhsiolcitli THEY: WANT TO SELL YOl' YOUU HARDWARE, TOOL AND JmrIr.p1sT111fl MATERIAL$1
    lody. > hl'uo; hat ('ly 111'ckl"I'S 0 w for
    local J. R. Challen of Jacksonville,
    all tnatt.'rs of ".*
    the f-pire
    CmmuulcatonImn| parts ot the .,iiinty: I Like buds upon jhit.: Sirius appear above the horizon. Some WANT TO SELL 'YoL" YOUU WAGONS BUGGIES, .A'SIJICULTl'RAL nrPLEi
    Intrst thck' I IKJ Clati'lt listen abstractedly A night session in June gave rise to supreme court judge. I.\1. Lewey
    !'i'c IteutlulctCI'llt aiviianied 'I- \ t-triiv: sit languidly at their desks and MEXTS, SEEDS AND Y.'EItTJI.1ZII:1":
    by IUIC- >r l.uIJII'u- an amusing incident.] James O'Donnellof (colored), the editor of the Gainesville

    ion.but as MITICE a guarantee TO srus<>f
    S The time when subscription expire Is printed Hut all the hO'I.I. l I.>y :1.w 11"11'1' appropriation bills. screens an 1 r. good republican. He was of the district convention immediately f 'I'mUiT: T) SELL EVEUVTHIXG YOU -f.\Y xr.rIt. GIVi: THEM: ">
    on each l wrapper, or paper with the ntdr.. Had jroiieund K-ltthiit;" 1."lr I.i. rear of the of the last row of seats Lave compelled to remain in the house until %
    and will be promptly :' C\Cr: 11:1: circulationof adjournment. About 10) o'clock he telephoned upon its a sl'mLlinghurtly afternoon A TRIAL.xn YOU WILL RK CONYI.VCED THAT THEV:
    tubrlltln llic vnntIfl1U O vanished been removed to allow a free
    lew take the from the olliee'( will IK- vpeetedtopay \- 1t to the Hotel Hamilton to send a to-day. The credentials( committee WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON EVF.UYTHIXft
    to paper the
    air. There also screens
    for it in full. The red lixht shone 1\'i Jiniloor are coupe up to the capital], as he did not expect seated II. W. Chandler and his Marion myXD AT TilE SAME TIME flCAKAXTEE -
    Spocimcu copl'f free to any address. And made the spa (' tin in wile windows of the cloak-rooui. Tho four to get away before midnight. Fifteen -
    In !cf flve to one p() tolie< thc ItitAl- They drew I their dlnlN II' side I Irv !i.l., him county delegates, all anti-Gocdrich: men. THE QUALITY AXD
    minutes later brought a
    cub TELEUIIAIMI will IK sent oneJtKem"ttanceB Their ,'dl'kl jcilel and ::i.I"OI'll.I': doors leading to the speakers] lobby are a page
    TOlP CIST\ 111 C inini' h.: the message received by the telephone. It Jos. E. Lee, colored Jacksonville, was QUANTITY

    riiould lie made by ('h'ck.pu"tul (past that i i.:. left open, and the atmosphere came from the Hamilton Hotel. It said: subsequently elected permanent chairman GOODS'uby.Sfernburg&Oompany;
    note money order or registered: )letterAHVERTISIXG ---- House i is warmed bv bree/.es which come The has run near the ., ; '.
    .. --- THE 1 INMAN LINtK WINS.irilins coupe away and the temporary secretaries were
    -- the hot t.
    --- and
    up the Potomac sweep over White house.
    UATIV ---- At midnight] the }house adjourned. made permanent. Mr. Hell, of Hawthorne -
    Some of the] members promenadethe I
    Teti- city.
    ( 1t -(' M i( lL (
    position and lenifth of time) )Cal il 1 O'lonnl'lluHltle a slight search for a was added! as an assistant secre
    DCIntlINi AViii RI'Utei1. back of the hall and solace tht.'m-I
    Ild wil furbhet upon application. toniC coupe, found none and walked rrile anda tary. ;-

    I I QUEENSTOWN. August :)<).-The Inman selves with cigars. Others sit in cane half to the hotel. He arrived there NOMINATIONS.Rev. ;;

    SECRET SOCIETIES. I steamer City New York has won the chairs around !lemunado: and I water dripping with perspiration. Approaching -
    e 'Ir. Coleman.] Alachua, then "
    -- -- return race across (he] ocean, aivt distanced ; coi.len. and speculate tlnjir I 1 political] the clerk he said: moved that; nominations congressmen -

    JNHEl'EXnFAT JKI>CUOF elV)1) FELLOWS.Meets the Teutonic two hours between prospects. Many good stories arC ('n- "Is there: only one coupe in this tstabIihment he in order, and] that the roll be Starke Florida.v
    night lit Odd Fellows' tailed.Uenton. I I : called counties for the and
    Tuesday by same, ,
    every The .
    and Point.
    Hook do mean' the clerk re-
    hull. Transient brothers cordially: invited: to Sandy HI..JJ' "What jou : two informal votes ta-
    attend. 'L.. <:. Hull O. l box, Nol.lc 41. Grand; ; 1. J. 1-it-Id, City of New York passed I.row He3tl at McMillin of Tennessee told] I plied.The"man is 111' there waiting thereupon ken on the same and the motion was
    (- ) ____ 12: :p. in. and I lie Teutonic at 2.0::( p. one the! other day whi;'h created{ much fur you now. adopted. Coleman tbon placed Jacob S.

    IMPROVED OltDEU OF HEI: ) lCX.Otei'ta in., the former rounding Hoclie's Pointat merriment. It was concerning a prominent I "'\'hlYOU had"run; telephoned near me the that White theup" Parker of Jacksonville, i in nomination i BllAAR

    Courcil fires candidate] for. the legislature many away line .
    Tribe No. 1, Florida. ttlG 1 :; ( :Sreemvicb time in a slicecim.Ieiegate MORGAN'SI
    exactly : hot
    kindled each Wednesday's S1 hitp nt "beirVir- p. .1. years ago. He had given up l his business i-c. Lcighthorn, of JIll) \'al!, seconded -
    war Starke, Flo. Trnnsient M-osh.-rsn re ., '- .making the run in tl.' IxtronllaQ' as a saddler to enter t lie political "I did no such thing the clerk nspondod. the Parker nomination cli.lalHo ,
    invited to attend. W. W. : f and10 :1.-
    'wulJI.1U- time fidajs I *
    telephoned :
    dial arrived the conclusion you : : :
    U. ( lield/T] He had :m it Thomas of Duval. -- .
    _; W._ >I.--Mtacliani, .ot her own re-cord; by ::2 hoinv and .:> minutes that lie was: a Mates-man and, that the I 'The coupe. i is on the svascitim a whimteiionc' : of Iike! '
    c C. Crippen. nominated
    county -
    MASO.MC.Uradfonll.dJC ; and ale,1l(1 I Heard.excepting I that people were in need of his services. His I .' Goods and Fine
    Dr. W. W. Hicks. Fancy
    of her ( ? !, th" City of 1'aris, : Stationery!?
    Xo. 42. F. & A. M. meets voice was: heard in every hamlet in the Mitchell of Nassau I SuuitielPettys
    regularly the third Thursday .(..a(h numtluit whose time stands urn imaged] for the mountains and in ('\'ry.town and village. 01)o macil, by the wai i i.s quite a wit. before placed : ?

    7-:A) i). in. Visiting: l.rethein conjially; : 11\': e'l same passage a: days, : hours and 'iO He paid, particular attention to The other day some members were canvassing name tile convention. School Books School
    Wm. F. Mnlphure, \'. }I.;.1. E.: \:llljht.:: minutes.The the farmers. ] the amiable qualities! of George Joss, Marion, and Wall, (.Alachua, Supplies, ;

    retary. ____ ____ ____ -_ seconded the nomination.::
    I history of the triui-hov.s, that the They were overtaxed and he insisted W. Cbilds. Mr. Allen, of Michigan,

    ATTEXT10X ItlEAHrOHU Cri.Gl'AltDS: : City of New Yoik passed the Sandy that they should be relieved from their seemed int\'l'( ted. He listened to the Park G. C.Advocate Henderson, editor of the Winter Musical Instruments Etc. L

    Hook at0] : }
    burdens, dog repealed -
    for drill LllbllJ
    annirular mectinir(If the company on. Chubb and K. Wooden seconced the
    of H. C, August 'J'l' and was good"man and then asked what sort ot a
    the land reduced
    d vdaynitfhtat7JWjt.nl.; Hy Irr'I' II1rin1 tax on
    eMnei jrcr.('llptlil: J. %V. MOIKUH. setretaryoHMrcagiircr. closely I y the Ten I tonic. raillroad freights were too high, and looking :U I'. Chills} wa same. 11.V.. Chandler. of )Marion in a StarUe, = = = = Florida:..

    Tile two vessels were uithin sight of "You remind of him time 1 1 rousing speech seconded the nomination .
    _____ -- I something should be done to reduce me every ;.. f
    each (laY, and when night came look at Mr. O'Donnel replied. of Chubb. Osceola county seconded -"''
    I\ Itllr:1 them. In a thousand and one ways you flicks'nomination.. -_ _
    CIIURCU JIUGTOH\: I on 1'liIant'ligls <>f the Teutonic tirkled! the ears of the agriculturists. At How so'?" Mr. Allen asked."Von I

    -- jtAPTITCIICItCJ----- (. -J I were ,listilHt 1i1'.-* astern of falling the all events he waxed eloquent. In moimecases are so i]i ticrent85: the reply. I A committee was then appointed on resolutions consisting and platform of- THE J MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
    I New York and they rising -
    I ; al.1 he overdid] the matter. Ho had :
    i -
    Scrvk's Itt 10S): <> a. ro. mil 7 p. in. but not gaining during the long and modem} Ili"torIut I H. K. Miller IK-nnis) EI: anlI. S. (1111 1h.
    (O.tluJ1)' \\' '' .il.iy nt j I'. in. l.nl'I'j! hours of darkness.TIII read) ancient I'loiid. II.:; Robinson, F. I K.:: Wit/ell, J. R. Mi/rell
    Sunday rarely glanced at u 1\\ III''I's' to .t13. OA \IPBELL I D
    % pastor. Sdlllm'.ts, : oCT OF KHT.; 1 n.! rcbford Machine m m Shop. Kings-I and J. L. Percell.i j ,
    ut 1'lt. .JoM-ph he knew .
    inoniinK the
    11XTUI' living of -
    Hundny 'lu the news day comparatively
    tiui> (' (' On Tin rsday] morning the Teutonic little. One night he appeared 1 bur]; Manufacturing Co.. is erecting ai II i U. Rude, of St. Augustine, j jnesentj ..T.\CKooX\1f.U! FLA.

    : "IH-------: I was losinjr slighliv. Toward evening in a town of several thousand: inhabitants. machine shop. j ed the name of Parker again, and hopkins I carry the largest stocK in the south Atlantic .p ,
    l'KF.SI5YTEHIAX UI I ; s-be] fell I btill I I I further I behind, although Its house with >II'I.lI1I'atl'l''or.s.Ct \V. Fisher of Columbia also tires muted Parker's States or

    Sunday'lt 10::>ti' a. m..and S p.ra. : her li."htsHn' plainly visible during the The opera was packed li'wIi.'hill S. Wright and J. A. Stewart have I name.

    8t'I.1'1). ice. pastor. Sunday !school At o'cW-k on Friday morning ]listeners. speech was i incorporated the VeLanl'atel' WorksCo. A. H. Osgood, of Mail i-.on. nominated
    every Sunday at 10 a. in. U C Jlun.>ui'iTiii- night. I the J.cccher-Tilton trial was agitating: j ] to the water works ; J. and his: '.
    I bile was fourteen miles astern of the Cityof operate recently Stripling, ; ";1'(* 111 \ -is received

    tendeut. --.---- -._---- Nerv York and then gradually failed ,! drintcd the country.in thi A town daily ncwsmp and tlie; was:!! |nll'lIt iOlw(1. The capital stock is :$2i.Ooo.: ()( I I with :great appl..u.Rev. i l .-". Paiios! &Orgall n
    Ielik'verm i Jacksonville ick and Phosphate :i I .\ i i'"Koi, n
    }l lTiiOhu1T ChIt'itCht. out of sight. She was lost to view in latitude well versed in tf.*> news of the day. : yard I M. .i.i, ni Marionsecond

    !crviisevfrv Stl'liath at IMf-On.:: in. and ::*) : } 4J 1: linutl':. 4i) seconds, di-tf.ntTG-l The orator, ns usual began to decant I Mines.l -The .J.J: I R. Tyscn[ Co., i ed Stripling's i I humiliation.While : AS SPRING

    p. in, l'I'I'r-n1'.tiIJ ovrry '11".11) IIt I I miles from the Sawl.Hook. Ughtship.During He Wl'ntfrom I Limit; d, inentioned'in last i-sue :aschartend. : waiting for the committee on

    1111'<: '. .IIS'lh F. : ,! the] four days cf; the passage upon agricultural grievances.another until I operates :a brick-\ arti], and is in- credentials to report 1))rV.. \\. I licks I 5 "lill I:I'nj.,. initars. .\(,'..r.I'n1IIho- MEDICINETOCUREANDTONE
    .1. to
    I' frt
    )M-hool 1'\1'1) t )at a. I. the weather warm and one proposition leie-ted in two or three phosphatecomunit's I was called] to the platform and made a ho::111.. St rimotri'. sheet Musie.small i ill5trllllleliN
    ('h it. Ih.l.gltful his listeners became I tired. His elo
    _----Hkh.lrds- n __:llel'ilh.'n<_._ -_ _____ I When aiijiroaching] the 1htni: hl!pte ( wastfd. Thl'1Inr1t'r( | Ztl,;LLt to be incorporatd in I brilliant speech.( He 1 v.-is followed by kal 1 1 iKiimnvsiiii'l|ho over: nurthi-ni anything;priit-s.ami e\frythiiisf iniiat UPTHEGENERAL

    (: (1 1 1 ItCh I. j: wax. somewhat !]slackened owing- to a his lucilceas object and vere dis-po-ed. to chair Kn: :lano II. [/ Rev. M. M.] Moore, of Aluclmu.L' AILMENTS OFTHEnij5lcnii
    lHTIX ".'1 1-li !I i iI blight] fog.; Jacksonville Phosphate tt' Mines.-The I I -'. H. Alexander] of Ma'Ii.-on, favored
    .Acts 11. -1i j: Aets 2(5(; 2K.: KphcsiaiH : vim. Finally, a man with a stenuiianhoice :
    I'ctet. Id.; tf i''Il'I.l ill id f.ll.th Lord'sDay :I The log gives the iun,; ol f the City ofNew shouted What want to kllli JJuca (sir; nde Phosphate Co., referred to u I Stripling's nominati ioim. Delegate Petty 1'T \ VV O Haim-s Bl'ut..l: .
    at 11 a. in. '. 1'- I Hurry. i paMor.Sundayschool : we i I i in last issue will in mining I of .1.-._N V / O -Kmilie. Morris. -
    .1'.1. I York as follows: Thursday]: noon, put a complete Nassau, spoke for Stripling. Harrison -
    and know ] is how stand!
    each > Day at 11 a. n>. '\ explicitly you : '
    401 miles: Friday noon, 411 I : Suturdav trial. plant. of Suwannee, was a Stripling man. :
    E. this 1'eechei-Tillon l
    Mmt.III"'I'IIt'ltflt. .1 J7 on m l lFor Madison-Saw Mill.-George: E. White Jenkins of nominated / \7> /' A ,-"c1.! 1.' ITUlltl, Votey nub !
    noon, 4'J:) : Sunday noon ; Mondaynoon. I Clay, Goodrich,
    ---- -- an instant: t the orator was: nonplussed. : V )1JTXX _N O--Ch icuyo Cottare. I IJ
    400 T1'ShInoun 1 K51< has rebuilt his saw mill recently I but his received
    II'ICOP.\L: ; leaving J He 1.J.J.o iiii.u-. out the reported Il'ch'no without a
    CIU'ltCI. but C."i miles to ( ueont.town. I (under Tallahassee) as Lurnecl. I word of applause, though he said that he r
    the first and thinl L1iiy t matter than] im Ashantee chit f. II,' felt
    I in Ih'Jllar tc.t\.ft : 11. Sti'iihiysiliooleach The most intense excitement ] : i Mail ison'mVaterVorks.The construction 1 was the man who alr"lIl"ha.l. the bull ft can specially) : ifcomraeml the Huincs Mri s. "t:
    lt critical of his
    1. .re\31. that moment career had 1'urniffhiii .
    a I'MIIOS ami Karrand mmii l
    I Vouy Organs
    as -
    4 Sul idatU I 1 41. in. I Jc. Jdl"JJ'r.I -I the passengers, all of a system of water works is I by the horns." mailein
    among ) th'ltcost'Ililleuf instminont
    p arrived. It was that an answer nnv
    i4 JUTIIilflKk'Ht.OFFICIAL t. !i freely] indulged in as to the numU-r of should] ] be made mce.-sary. and that it should projected. J. A. Iur.-.t can give infor- I Dr. C. I: Thompkins, ot Hamilton, put the win-Ill. The )'. anil. V. organs can letsiKeii H't t
    -J- hours and minutes the. 'l'eiitoiiicVOUIII] I mation.MannficM. I it up strong for J(.(. and was rc-undly to T'il"'PS1111 put together in live miiilites -
    bo made iroiumot ly. ( lathering himself
    by any inteliijrent! lu-year-oM hey and aro
    DIRECTORY. be l 11':1 n. to his full bight] he calmly surveyed his I -Phosphate Mines &c.- I. applauded as In? said] that the district attorney in every of her respect recognized as the best -

    ; --- -- The Teutonic arrived t this afternoon at audience and I then said: I The! I IJaldwin Fertilizer Company, of, was a terror to Democrats.Bielby oriTini in the L'nite States. _

    : CITY orncEii* I C:1C alter a pat-sage of six days, t .-o ''I have, not thorclll hi.r1l1di.1 the Savannah, has, it is !stated purchased of Vohisia.! alter eulogizing 1'\-: ,* Tii: MS-$li> monthly on Pianos and

    tH'or-.J. CI. .\ilanis. hours and forty-live minutes, being two I the phosphate] mines, about 10,000 UTCS, Goodrich, seconded Hicks' nomination.Chandler S-'ion t>'--Il l III imid. .111.-t thiiiK of Anyone:
    I II question, but 1 think if the people want tii own an instrument oa such terms. Little 1
    .\I\laV-rmcn-\V. tfarp. r. II. Miner, Gt'l.J hours and thirty. minutes later than the ; of time 'itrus 'OUI11lIarl] ilock Phosphate spoke for Marion: but rail more than ordinary rent. Send tor free cata
    it ought to be allowed ha\e it.
    they ;
    :L 1'aw, e: AUni-i-T, J. M. Ti-nljy.
    ricrk-Waiter VJfl&'. I City <-f New Ilerdaily runs were The answer brought down the house, I I Company i fo rMiimiueuiaUorn $7.10,000. that lie had i.o (IUt lie JI tt'. logues. State wnat instrument you want ammo!
    W. Morgan.l I j 457: -1U,46S,1,41uand:;<5 10(5( miles. ] Mill Gin, dc.1. 1. D. Williams, of Duval, was then yon will romptlv get full information that
    Trcl.ut'r-.I. but the orator failed to sec in v a sent In will astonish you. 1 have some big bargains in
    lnnhll--WI.l Tismi. ---- Godfrey putting in a corn and feed made an additional secretary. '.cndonia I'. i.i' .i&pIendtdcnmbluItoS,.

    .ol'.s.l.--1.. W..I'lt.. _ __ I the legislature. .. mill and) a cotton gin, also an irrigating Tr.e first informal vote and nre-cribelc with ernat .tIsactmurLhecureu .
    LABOR DAY IN THE HCUSE- a- ': was: Hicks 27; SECOND-HANDED PIANOS & ORGANS. nil fi.-itt*....i 1 !rimsory. Semqii,1.ry md Tui.

    OFFICKltS.) I Nut Abher l0 11 1: long ago *
    t Send cent in card and write fOt'aillal.lc
    F. 1 1! U-a1a-Tlte Ocala an I Blue River ;: Thompkins, 7. one a iwistal
    f'.ount.11 lt.-\\ >lpll" The Itill 10 AtljiiBt }' on the Eight: Hour entertaining speech upon the floor of \ information.A. B
    Clerk of t In- r.u <.'<>urt-W., T. \Vti-ks. 1 I Ia the House. The thermometer Phosphate Company ha?, it is reported, Sf'cond'oteHicks. :;?!): Parker ;: Petty c
    :h'rin-l. I. Alvair/ : I I I Idsis 1'asp.fd. was up purchased. 1,000( of land for 10I :; Chubb :"U ;
    J. E. among the nineties, and the atmosphere acres $ ,- : ; Stripling I-"i Thompkin's B. CAMPBELL. I ,

    Tax ('ohIeelor-M.! :1.Wnilwrijht I 111 I ( \\TShl1N.TON. Set. 1.-The house met was very muggy. Indignant Mr. Struble! I Out). near Ocala.I'ammasoffkceThit'. '. r- 4
    $IIIMrifltIiuCflt| of :lh".I..1 I.Hill. o'clock this Shell Mound Phosphate At 7 p. in. a motion was made} to ad-
    at the understanding of Iowa had Speaker Heed a dress
    ( c'. 1'. morning given
    Vnmty) Surveyor- l'lwlmJ. 1 Works i is reported as putting in journ for but it voted down.A } .
    Commissioners-. I. It. that the first hour of the ing. Stftible is; a republican representing supper was THE TRAVELERS HOTEL Syphilis.Sjrphiltilc Kbeamatlam,Scrofulooi UlctM-K'
    CUlt, C. A. Todd, W. II. liI111 1\lh.ht(. ) V. Ling the Sioux City district. He had been new machinery. call for a formal vote was tl fu made, And Sores.UlHndular, SwrtllngvUbenniatlim.M&l rl%
    "Id Chr-mlc Clr that hqv iii
    Smith. session should he for debate} only on the refused a renoisinatlon. It had been San Antonio Sugar Factory. A. and Wall, in explaining his \ ot!, spokefor Corner It.iy and Cedar Street*, igiite4 trsaI

    for the of accounts of Withers is erecting a factory, to Stripling] ; Petty withdrew in favor of
    : OFFlnHS.( : IIi :adjustment lost as Ill thought: hi cause !he had; failed sugar .j ;1'k-Oll. yillp. -'- Florida BsI
    rAl be ]known as the San Antonio Stripling Chubb of t also
    Sugar ; Orange made
    laborers workmen and mechanics for Sioux a
    (iueziior-F. I' Fleming.Jack.son\ ilk1.Sw.iytary arising insecure a J public building
    \Vi irks. withdrawal speech. The vote rot-tilted A new brick hotel having all the comforts -
    of tlt.-.IubI L. (;IIWfll.tCrw- under the hour law. Themeasuro City. The bill had I u-n K-lt hanging by
    Iordvihle. I : eight the eyelids: with thirty others for several I uma-Shingle Mill. The SatsumaLumber as follows: -I'.il: for Stripling, 3 for I Hicksand of the more expensive houses. Convenient S I ;
    tm'u\-GlI'rl- I-nnuir, Montkt-llo. was earnestly advocated by will in 2S.I for Parker.
    POlS. 1wnn)'. weeks. The speaker gave nu one an opportunity Company put shinglema'chinery to all depots and lan mgs.
    I Messrs. (' th. ) ] 'overt Morjill. with capacity of 1.1,000) Especially adapted to Transient lUisi-
    Counnisslonorof Aifriculttirc'-J. I B.! Womliwell. :1 r Dingley, to call them and Struble per
    up. t'TlU'I.1.f 6TTS TIIKRH: L'ntnrrl' skiu ItMiii'i"i. t.zm*. Chronic Femal CQ.
    ._ .
    (mptrollor-Gfnprul 1) Dloxluim.AdjutantGeneral Flower, Wade] lleilly, Osborne ami was indignant.] He i is serving his fourth _ ness. Elegantly furnished rooms single I i tiiIflt. .. Mercurial. f.ilwn.Tetter.. Scaliflieul.Tf. .etC.I.
    'i 1' 1' H im rH'WKrfnl timlc nl nn enfrlletn
    A motion I
    to :
    at suite. Tables
    ,1k adjourn 70) or en the best.
    9 term in Under democratic p. in. was as good as
    : : -n \'i.1) 1.10n'du l rKeys. : congress. a Clarkson's Retirement.WASHINGTON .
    t".\ SuitorintcnJi'iit uf IMihlic: InMnii-tioii.l4 ,'l1al.l\ahar.I \\'(' (miTt red an amendment I I administration 1-i.s public, building bill voted down. IJelorelue announcement! This hotel was bait furnished and operated .
    Kiissc-ll.Jacksonville'ffl Sep. l.-Fh. Assistant was: made. of the second] ballot Hicks :5.00: house. Hates .
    i her I ]jiroviding that this act shall not I he operative had twice passed both houses and! twice as a a day are
    1" 1 -.-- Postmaster withdrew in favor of and reduced] to $2.Ol) a day. while the service
    ,.' --- -- ------ !I, whenever the court of claims] "" (vetoed by President} ( h'\ eland. I He : General Clarkson practically Stripling j
    i ; Chandler said that in onlorto do tin is bettor than This is the ONLY | 4
    !: SCIIILI or .. shall find that the claimant p'lfOI1.1trCc's hal evidinlly assured lois constituentsthat concluded service in thepontoflice ever. .
    r CldI'I'lutnhlu'It. : under : t'oltrad. expressed) ] things ,:would] I b,' dilFiTeiit undvrn.] business up Marion would change its ALL YEAU] HOTEL and ONLY $ .OO
    United States SenatorVjIUinson; any department: to-day. President Harrison vote to Stripling. Tremendous excitement A hAY HOTEL in Jacksonville. All1 I
    Cal or implied, ] l. and I has< 1''f'l' paid) the republican adiuininistriitiiin..Mr. i t -
    will make a canvass of the Htate of l-'Ior- amount agreed UJMUI.i Tln' aiiKndmt'iitwas Caruth in his speirh symp 'thiedwith much I desired his further continuance!, and shouts of joy followed the an- citizens of Florida are at home there. er,boImJlr.r np the jjralviu rip Idly.whoso -

    by k'S ida, diirinjj the campaign *out. to adopted and the bill! was timeim1ia'l. Mr. Struble. I lie :said t tt he lout1 Clarkson was unable] t'o remainlunger. nouncel1l'nts.1111 Tcould be restored The omnibus meets all trains. Secure L4Ii ITI ftn?'mpnr C'ayatema.ndift Ti are rtn*pomon.id* to Tnnirnsl*nd whosflH 1 trisu
    : 011'1. i Mr. J. S. Parker moved that the 1'0cJl1N by mail or telegraph.
    to the schedule } thought I I lii' :iltack upon I lie '-n-aker! He will astime the presidency
    according following : j Thc' IIIIhl Ui 1 '10'I detl! to eoiicidrrat howeveris unwarranted coming of the Judson Pneumatic Railway company nomination of Stripling I be made] unani ISUiiTON K. IMKRS: TroKrictor.Opposite. .

    St. Johns County, St. Augustine, at ion of tll I bill amending tht' alien con- from the n'l.tJl.I. \;ani.l..' of the l house.He : which applies new principles to mous. It went through with a shout. 0

    night, Wednesday September 10. j trat \ The bill was passed without dubbed] Tom Heed] the Alexander Sel locomotion, and which is now building A regular] Comanche war dance of exultation -A

    Clay County, Middleburp:. daytime.] I
    ; I Friday September 12. (;Ireen,Cove :any i person or ( i I to i aid] or on- coul-1 say: III ]his nearly eighteen months in office: chairs, benchos, hanoi kem chiefs and hats

    : K Spring, at nittht.] Friday September 12. j courage the importation'ol'lratioH or I am monarch] of ai! I Purvey: Mr. Clarkson has appointed 26,075 were waved] in the air. \\ bile the band tips ... .. wonderful IOnIC- '
    l tho
    im.liratol are
    p Orange County, SanfO,, at night i! sir any ali'-ns into 11'nitt"l \Iy right time is none to dispute.. I fourth-class postmasters and 'stablishedI played "Three chairs! for the: Rod], White C oiiiiercia1 Hotel l blo.,K!cl'iialni p-cnlmrljT>ru-urtiei|, of Mr r. f.''FrtcklJ Alb.FVC.1FPKIAH Jf
    September 13. Oakland] Monday ami) }.t"".t P..I -
    daytime I5Iue.
    ,. under contract or :1)n''IIJl parole (II From the centre all around to tile'a :i.<; ; new postoflices, making his record --

    September 15. s sperial, o.i: ii.o.sso'oi] ( illlli] (< niadopro i 1 am lord] of the fowl I and} lm tmtt'. I ;::.:;o: in Appointments in the postc.met' TIII t())UEE's'I'EI: :>11.
    Osceola County, KissimiiuHCitv, d day-I 'c. 1IL
    i ious to sticli alien i a lesiijenti department: are made in thefirst .
    becoming The hours Order _
    being restored
    time, Tuestlay, Sejitcmber'ld.I'aaco :. : roaredithlaiighlcr. The Stripling was IVpot, Starke, Florida.
    Dado] daytii1 i of th<' United Stat( \1'11011 I ; 11'01 term "brute" seemed to suit i the palate.] I as.-istint's; of1((.and in presidentialollices called for, and mounting (tin platform
    County, C.ty. ; I
    {.I' si-rvico 0'1.any :,:1 1'7 have been
    Wednesday', 1;. San Antonio 1Iih'(1 It was in committee) of the whole. ThesJwala'r appointments he was introduce} by the chairman, ami a
    at night :elt'mll'r '. SenemU'r 17.llillsl States. Any such I contract shall utteily stood I near (lie door of his lobby made during Mr. Clarkson's time, leaving receiving a rousing irreption. The sulcstanc First-Class Acconnnodatipns.S'J.OO r

    >orougli l.iiine lin. void :ami, of no HToet and i shall with twinkling eyes and open iaoutiu.I 400 of this class o( offices unchanged.This of nis remarks was that he accepted ) -
    County, daytime -
    Thutfulay, Seplembi'i- IS. Plant I l>t' iml.iufnl] for animirhi .1Iit'J enter Ic did not smile. Some thru- after a is the largest record in changes and the nomination with thanks and .((O Ijor33ay.Special EROS,, Proprfetor8,

    City, () Saturday, SeptcmlMT; I'd.Tamjia. : the United Slates.umv 1"'IOl or corporation memlif-r :Iok'tllaim what he thought tufCaruthms establishment ever made in the same that he dcctmd it (he greatest honor t WH.rE5AL?: D'JIVOOISTS.npT.n '

    -a.tile.. night, Saturday. Sept. 20. entering into such contract Fpeech."Well time.i that any man could I n'n'i\t'at tin1 hands, rates 'to Weekly or Monthly Efock. SAVANNAH.}

    Maltt County Manatii*, daytime! I I !hall.1 limit oh nut. (exceeding sj; i,I 01'), (orltuIbIui.mmut11 ," he drawled in his bro.-id: Yankee Me Kin-Icy--lellomlllatecJ.---- of the republic/in ('oll'elltioll.'hetlll'r Boarders. Hotel thoroughly renovated. I o : ._ -I

    Monday September 2' ii-t xeveding six month.--or accent. *'I urn trying to oblige my he should I be elected cr defeated I this and run in tir t.class order.J.KLEINSOHJ.DT. f GTz

    Sumter County Suuiter ilk, dajtime.Wednesday b tht. friends on that .idC'. I hayebeenrharged 1 ( 'i.rvr.i.\xi: : >, August 20.-The opera should ]In the supreme moment of his life,
    In n.1litill to I tho above p. ndty: any ] with house. Massillon was jammed full of Proprietor. : h
    .. September 24.l assuming almo-lyjrffrry proininent and a legacy: and I ]heritage I that I I he should I
    ake County, Ta m. daUimc.Thursday person (:neiii.hig: tlie :lli1 1lt.to'a: )) character in an -nfi6ient and mod- ]Republicans when the big MeKinley] proudly I hand down to I his m l'hil.lnII.Il11 m I b I - : $ 0

    Septemlier 21.\an- I< '>i.buig, at I, ('Oltth t inav :invtiiuto suit I ;... t rn history. I have I I.'n called} Ce>ar, COILS t'ntioll opened. Massillon at 2 nevi r fail to hoe thankful for. J He spoke l F. J. FIELD I ; : -_ .e .
    or i-orpor.itiiin. ring into the! o'clock this ; -
    night; Thursday. '. September 2 lf'rsol Cliarles the First and Cioi'iwcll. I Itanton afternoon. A telegram from of the glorious ic-joi'd of the g. o. p. ill ; ; r-

    13revard County Titis (', I i prohibited contract and} 11.1 I I ;have tl.e and Hobe.-pien. I but now this u man m ( truth Sica-tury: IMaine was read, causing im- the saving of t the nation from desmcratic :_

    Friday. September 20.Alachua \ ca)1iuw.. j' right I (o 1'0\1 u?::I If(11( ('(I Il" cn-h; a1"1 accuses me of being ]Robinson i mulct l.st' dleerin Congressman Smyser treason.! Our monetary system, he Brick Masons' Work & Plasterer T- .J or :
    imported I i in iiti rsiit: m ice of I.IL' Co Ill I : 1 intioduccd] [ -_.
    Munson -
    County, daytimo, Crusoe. It's loo; much. I (':I1I't be a I Judge of Medina, said, was time l host that the world had p _d
    Monday, &ptenlLr S'J. I The knowingly m .t1 bring of any vessellio shall tim'st r and I n I lu.!'I mist oil ( ''U.OI', or a who made the speech nominating McKinley. ever known giving our public; domain 110x4! Starke Fla. ._. 3F : ,; !I.

    Levy HrOnSnQJtil" Tuesday in any prohibited alien( Charles the First and I :\ ('mnui veil. or a lie reserved McKinley's name to the sons of toil and our free schools ,

    Cunty. 30. I tll lie ,1t'Jp.1 guiilty (If a misdemeanor Hanton11.1 Hobe.-pieriv! all j at the same j! to the last and as it was pronounced thecheers the pride of Cllristl'u ull1. lie insisted AllV ol'1 ( l'anteetl. .

    ; Spt'mLr :1'luhjC.t] to line and imprisonment time. Let my democratic fril'llldtle} I. and shouts that arose fairly shook that the republican : of ..7.--'f'. -yx.l
    ) night 'Tuesday Sept. I. 1 party's career u*e- / ." ; /' E- .
    return such alien :"
    30. Bradford county. Statke. on arrivalof the :1.1 hl to Up011Ol1le character;: and I'll: I 1-e in better the house.j fulness was not ended ;as said by the -- -- -- --- --- --- !> .. ,

    : train from Cedar Key, daytime port at -: :he ('mbukcII It i is shape.] -1 I I j When the vote was cal'ed for by Smy- democracy and it would] not I be until 'sk0'4i'i1- .
    declared P.ev-are nro-ctiedL1erRen-
    W'CII'ntay unlawful] ]person or corporation 3f ie vr -.; -,- I, ser the walls with PEEK & FRAZEE ):
    Oct. 1. to 1(1:11) ; I quivered the mighty every man in the Union could. freely and j.1 ::fr-rs, ii'Tr4. t'C_ .An! are iniLa:2rf : .
    at night, Wednesday, I encourage immigration Some time a democrat 1 ---ived 1. j "aye. that went up and the crowd without intimidation cast his ballot and '; ;: toils; ci t.'; -inIMedoiuc.p't f.
    Buter. of ago n a : ,
    i any alH'l labor thn u<:h lvertise- ; cheered and cheered II I : the! :1 "'. .t.I. ..oterbtwas e-
    October again. Mclme1o'y have
    Major it
    county, Lake City, clipping from Texas I honestly counted and this Law
    mentor further amends a imimt: r. It allegedthat :i never Attorneys at ail Notaries --i'i' : r.I o: r'te.: .!. ..t1 t
    daytime. October 2. I h ( otlt'fis. I Roger . Mills in one of hU speeches I. then followedith his s|>eech of would be the case until this grandest :u i' : : t i tr I. v'i.
    I Fort White daytime, Friday Oi-toU-r !it,shall I exiting so :'S to ]'ro\ide that out there, had said that if Speaker] j acceptance, which was a masterly en'
    I 3. Baker county, }Ia.dt)-, ( .til('. ministers not of apply the in reguiarlv ordained. Heed was in hell he would count the j i I His principal] theme! was the tam iJT and that his vote was worth no more than Starke, Bradford County Florida. -. .!.... "rLi
    Saturday, October Hamilton: eourtv'hite in O"pl1 Any person. arriving democrats in the house to make a quo- j Prrsi.lcnt (levela miii's treatment of it. any other mu: 's, therefore he wanted Abstracts of Title and Real Estate I Iw -, -' :: :. :

    Springs, daytime, Monday, October -I gati-d under tils oath country maI.h. interro- rum. A democratic} member showed the I Islip | A number of other speeches; were every republican to pay his 1:011: tax, a specialty.] Abstracts furnished sh'w- ; ': ; ..; .
    b. i iJap'r -a"llltail whether ; to the lhr. l made and the convention ended amid take his receipt and the -
    With vore republican
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    he is embraced f-l' grave dignity I Deed : :
    : within of time 1 111g'ry Mortgage Lien .Tax ;
    daytime, 'Vt'llnJay. October I of this act. any provisions Mr. Heed] replied: "Mr. Mills is right" I!I great c-ntllUs lm. ticket. If elt-cted he would not advocatethe Sale Judgment, Attachment anti all 4 L. .:3 l :

    . 8. Suwannee county, Live Oak at )1 r. Wade of, ) from the Why simon hint] I count them. Ir tlll'\|I -- -- -- Lodge bill, but one stronger and better matters of public record and file .- : %.;: iI L ti,?

    night, Thursday October Si.' MadiM labor lssour. committee weren't there they'd lit? 0:1) the wi\" }j Tirce.Mt the 1 bill ,.
    Madison J daytime Friday October 'Y.1 tll'n up j s CI.KVELAM.! entirely from the elect %p- ; :v, % ; ; --:
    county) prohibiting the employment of convict ? w :- 0; tOne ? j : O., Sep. Rhinehardt state ions-and he county Florida up to date of Abstract. 1 :.se z, -r-- r

    Gadsden countQuinclla-,'- labor on public works". I was pissed. of th? ablest} men in the house is. !\ Sd welder. Patrick JJooley and Michael would hare the United States conduct I 'ii t.c sc .; ,rirt.i, i .

    time Saturday, Octoht'r'1. Mr. Vadp also] called the: bill toIrc'uf Judge David U. Culberon of Daly, the fit>t two ] the same, leaving the democracy to do ':.rm*y CeLt*" 1' ;C. t
    Chattahoochee, Monday, October up Texas. | employes of a brewery the looking on and the republicans the UIADQIAKTEII, jolt r. J. U.Oa-.cs -j.rrrr -- 0
    13. Jackson county, : : the purchase! of supplies the Thire is nothing showy] about him. He[ :' and the last named foreman of the voting. He did not believe >1 -n: s,Tt-ri.,5 .- .i.iiO- ''--a t -
    1lariaunl of convict laiior. 113tIme Unittd is a quiet dignifit-d in supervisors. F1FE rt'f. mrl.iv Mi ': ::--. ,.:Ji* 't .ol :
    product luau, with r ?
    a National] IXSUKAXCK.
    October j Carbon
    daytime heavv works
    Tuesday 14. .
    !Mates, anj it brow broad shoulders j were instantly They only saw the frauds of the liu i o: it. I-.ve.-' liicach..rw.: I r-1- .'
    Greenwood, daytimeV'dncsday: October \\-a. parsed.Mr. ::u:1 Jntehl'tuall] 1 i killed this evening by a Lake Shore ex10re55. democrats, but did not could not pre presenting the ,ao tx-'it- Liver It.ulJil'r, ana ce.'tY
    15.V asbington county Chipley] Duu1eP1CSCIltCtI the conference capacity. Occasionally !la' visits the i i The men were crossing the track vent them. He believed in Liverpool and London n m'>ie of iTciTin's mo'tue.C.i.Siinmnonst ,,

    Thursday. October 1C. Ijoln 8 county:, sea.report and on it the bill to prevent collision at cloak it room. The other 1.1;: 1 ho: entered j I on a beer wagon, when the train, which He thought the government should pensions.feed antI Globe, the Providence and .Li.uis dici.,ilo.e C was apopted. while several democratic >
    Cr Gordo, daytime, October The House then : members I was running thirty miles an hour. and clothe every soldier if he was neell). \Vaslvngton and the
    alton DcFunia'k adjourned.Combinauon were commenting the havoc made I
    upon struck
    county, Spring? Schneider was 27
    years Stripling's speech was loudly cheered.:
    at night Saturday, Otbr 18. aiTta : ; by the farm r.V alliauc in the south.: oltl and unmarried. Booley was S3 It was ordered that the nominee appoint Security. ,.

    Ilossa county), da'tme. Monday, Dr. m uOllaO Information had jtnt been received of years old and a widower. He leaves his own congressional committee.
    October 20. Taylor 1erIa,' a Frankfort ( ) the defeat of a well known congresmnanieekir.g 'j j four children. Daily who was 40 -

    time, Wednesday. OctoU-r mathematician, calculates thatIS pe? a renomination.: He I had ,dOl"everything old, leaves a widow"and four children.years I I -

    ' :: county. Arcadia, daytime,Saturday, October ;, sons plYIg dominoCs 10 hours a day that could] be done to placate] I II Census Counts. FINE JOB PRINTIN1'LAt !
    25. Lee Fort and lour the alliance early in the
    county Myer da-- I 10\'S minute season. had Newt Johnson lU-) -ear-ol.I type writer WASHINGTON
    ; t, time, October 2. Be COflt22uo : joined it and swallowed its sub-treasury Sep. 1-The census
    tween Mondy. and November4. Sena Jlustm't.I:11 .OO.OJ'ears" without cx- scheme. He even went a step farther.! of Atlanta, has eloped with an heir- office to-day announced the result of the '

    for Call will speak at anr other place .are, thl cou1lntons ? tbo He introduced a bill as far ahead of the ':: To say the least, the heiress population in the following cities: St. Offi-

    whT the people may desire it. : '')1 I ,q')'tOt11l. ( ofhl'th 4s,- sultreasury scheme in extravagance as J doubtless did bttter than i if she had Louis 400,357: an increase during the the Telegraph j

    : -- ---- -- \ that scheme is ahead. of the strongest married} an Italian ''Cotuit.V ." i i census period of 109,830; Boston 140.riy7, ,
    an sCjM| ( or CJ.: > per cent. I

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