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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-, ''C' Wen he had sufficiently V collect you've said-.what I'expected. I'm.wits I f PROGRESS.. 1 My little sweethearts swam Boston was indeed and the A-tL yFVLoRmA.::
APTATNSEDLEY.S. slf to talk, he looked heart pr' eye teO W
and soul
i up. Some of you, ; and I'm going to
father'sdecision
: the men who I in I told her what her worst cab horse i ,drew te _i "l
were not
with
attending fight you, too. The war is going Be the of ic55 till ha stood : .. v
t van .. ,.
which '
( Bmedley were standing before .right on; the time comes when Union le I wa. Her hands upon my hansom took me to th hoa'itug .- -. .
," -. In hand,.waiting a opportunity h men ea longer hang back, but must Upon the height he oft bad hoped t gain, sboulder;her little form close to me, servant admitted me. Rets onhs State Gathered BifldomPrwentei. .

. ?. to him. 'e tae up arms V That time has come foi While fa below h rolled the hnm I he lovely hair approaching a and recedingwith .'Ye sir, Hiss Daniels i in. ,Your ,

';: ;Jt&UB&acG "We hope, sir.," said Wallace Baird, ; I realize what it will,mean for me I flood-i each breath I drew, made' me ap- card;pleu. t "i
of the Civil that we haven't offended you in what to be seen fighting among you; but Il So fa below he feared his labor vain; with all its terrible' force, the The old ,reception-room seemed V'to. and'Pmgraphc ; ... 1
.:i: T1'7' we'v done. You're our good ; stand up to the Set slowly onward poured the mighty prt V- I_ .
fiend '
consenences. f from her. have its furniture
: ; : rr ape you've roved it often enough this, and 'I import a separation chang; was newer, The Orlando sold at -% r
* : spring. We're lat that'boy stream, "But, darling," brave Elsie,said, more it breathed air of con waler.work '.
,4. '.. .. : conntin on great fighting for that, as well as : my a lo.grehla: renty :: ;100000.: '
thing While the leader sat him dream. for
;i.* '/ .. S from you, sir,as the war goes on; for your homes and your families." I.1 he dow smiling encouragement through her tar. ventionality that oppressed: and like They were pnrchased by Ua7WJ8Tf :

>? all trust you; and ever man in these He drew a small flag .from his breast I: "The world is slow," he said, "the pathwaybard "I dare say father has forgotten a premonition of some impending mis ) Williimsporf, Pa .1
BT MAJ.JAMES'.FIZ8. mountains that gone to Kentuck and waved it over his head. The shouts'' youth; he does not understand how he fortune, it made my heart beat a funeral :
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and West broke : I V
: Virginia to enlist for the oul afresh the mountaineers "
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:>* :Union, leaving only enough at home to crowded about him Yet I have reached the goal; the path i rends ou souls. Railwayed'
; they yelled, sang, I held her in embrace. knel.Te door The Florida, Key WeaL : .
c. x take care of our women and little ones toned up their arms _and pressed thir made, my En opne. :.
lCU.4PTF.IL.IY-CoiistLiiiued.; -vr man, I say, would be proud, any bearded 'lips to the of their And I am weary, bruised, torn, ands "Darling,' she cntnued. "I: want tw open mYI. "Elsie!1' Bridge companycapital stock'100OQp The. roadJwill
has been
I can't stay a minute., Mrs.Baird; Xvi tme, follow yon to the field country. Hurt ensig hand on you to go and work ; time will I cied. incorporated. V

".gotoride,'a11 night. There's. .trouble you, Baird; I hope I have de. his shoulder. He looked around and eyes within the come when papa will be a proud of youas A stately woman, wearing a long flow run through the counties'of'Monroe-and. .. 5?
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Ten pleasant Thdl.rectors
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f. coming, and I have ridden'all the way served this confidence." saw Smedley. clo Dade, ana bemi1ea'kfl ?
: :.up here to give warning. "That V shdf I am. ing dress, wae slowly ta.me; Charles.DoaflO'of.OCQ! | -: r! Jt- jj-1 x41
you have, si. As to this man, :'Hand it to me! he cried. "Do you I kissed her. are: .
*:.?'- He jerked his thumb over his shonldet here-if YOllay a rebel and a distrust me? Let me kiss it., and a the world's great army nearer crept: and, with cm, couru woo 1; Seweli-F.* H'11' '.andj.Itaaa :' '
1 & in the direction of Knoxville.. Thewoman's spy,.why that. settles .it. But things .for it now among Ion as I I'I1ght Beside the bard won goal the leader sept "And then I shall grow older and more manner, plainly ignoring my emotionshesaid Stewart, of DeLaod. _
1 : face became agitated. looked i sensible, more dignified. ,My pride in V '
mighty suspicious agin him.?;. when I was a boy. : -
Soldiers she asked. "Yon have been badly mistaken, Wale? .' 'He' was. still weak, but strong arms &length he V woke-adown the mountain i I you w>U make me more worthy to be "Wy. Mr. Hoyt, I a glad to >- '.'- --c-

J "Yes. Some of Harris cavalry. But lace; it is what should eal an excess of held him up while .saluted. the flag. slop your wife. This severe trial will make you. Do be seated. Tet you have Te.membr of the alliance and local' ;:

. I managed to get twenty-four hours the zcal. Who accused What proof Approving shouts and cries greeted his Wer spre' the tents and shadows of the I it for you to scold me a trip home and Dd find union a: meeting"atTiope.and ;\
me
V.--. etartwe'U have good time to prepare was there against him?" words and act. night; unnecessary any pleasant you i imnch to draft and. :
a
appointed
V more for my unconventional in these let cmmittee' /
; for them. No time' to-waste, though Baird named the items oneaft'er '-"Now to bnsin Brandon biteru- chnge me see-oh ;
said.
an- -l. Alone he Mood-bereft of Love and I issue address to the people of the state
.. must find Baird and some others before other. ; Mr. Brandon looked at thesktche's "Baird;how many ca you mustei For far leyond him, on distant Hop, ness; and we" shall. go through le, so yes, fve years or soBut do take a a forth their 'at;the-aC.' '
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: daylight.Where is he?, read the letters, laughed at the here by this noon, or about twelve hours The height happy, 80- seat. setting greTnc. to' .
The woman's face put on ar peculiar the possession "Hardee's hence army upward toils) His -was ConclWive tears rendere her speech "Elsie," I managed to I sat the ing.
a in1 the minority '
look. TactcswaB an evidence of sympathy The mountaineer'gave rapid. thonght, done, less. She lt y sobbing my arms. down, "is this: the manner gP. you adopt the measures embraced ;
"I don't know for sure, Mr. Brando and While he had hid been of the platform V committee .
and listened atten. spoke as he slept greater heights I broach ,
to
thongh was tempted an elopement, receive met Is this the-requital for rpr -
: But from what I've seen going on for a tively to what was said about Smedl Y'1 "Some have ad 'listed in oui won. mydevoton' and for :"another convention: t

day or two, I'm pretty sure, that he and confession that he was a native Mississippian army; some have been snapped up and Mines. in Harper's but the thought wa quelled by her regaining IAti recorded each throb coulde the same. V, ;2
a lot more have gone up to the head of ,and of his journey toward Knox- taken away by the scontin secesh cav. -Favel S Weekly. composure. .. my -?" I do not know 0 .* '. a
: Crampton's Gully, to do for a rebel up airy; some are old and a few sick. "Darling, she said, "I want to b whither my impassioned indignationwould \

there. Wally would be sure not to tell i nIe.Wel what of it alhe briskly said I should say forty.fu'c8 be reached in AN INCURABLE HOYIEN.M ) worthy of you; and this is not doing have led, had she not interrupted The Florda Coast and ''Gul! Rlwaf'l
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me much about it till it was all over.* has time. filed articles of. "
"' the Union I'll tell you.dear.what we will do. We, me with a bright peal of laughter, company .Icrprtion.
.1 A rebel? Brandon said. "I thought Just as much as Mississippi has-and "Good! All armed must not communicate with each other, such as the had merr greeted within The capital. stock ,is' $ ,, :
;. ::_ there"were.none but Union people about neither has, for good; but I really think : V "Well, a for that, each man hassuthin' ORE varied emotions but we will a diary and when the me The road will be 825 miles'long, faDiDg; 4rein i
1" here. you men would want to fight, I will shoot, if it's not the best, and keep ou past. ( the :west, side .of. the St .t
would't appre.
'r "There ain't none-.but him; and he' yon, if anybody said that yon 'and that'll ki if i hit; and the boyimostly hensions surged in probation, she suppressed a sob, "is Then drawing .herself up to her full river the:,Gulf ot l
". ;f5f'bee here 'only a month. Dan, here,was rebels merely because'yon were Tennes. over, we will exchange our little books." height-she was only a little womn fut ,near .JaksonTio".to: : .,
:"I telling me since his father went away leans. .Shouldn't )'o- Brandon surveyed the arms that'were v my soul than I I will not recite the agony we suffered she sat on a high chair loked Mexico ne Tampa dirctor'

':; .. how they smoked the fellow onto He's a '. o'ne would," said Burl before him. He counted four sporting could either analyze in the weeks nor can I down at me, and said: -John Bushnell of P nfeld'N.: ; Geo-
:":h':. bad one; a rebel spy, they think. Hankins, doubling two great fists. rifles, five flint-lock and three or describe, a tht folowe of the W. Coltoo, George W. A. ,
muskt even now "Dear dear mel "
''.' :; _. Mr. Brandon became interested. "What's the difference, then?. Here't double-barreled :] stood on the equanimity surely, you have not Harris of Brooklyn,.and L'n. Dyer 'ol "'
". "i:' "Have you seen him, Dan?" .h. asked. a man who fled from his home for fear "Big buckshot," said a man who car. thresheld of Mr. heart-rending farewell. continued to think of that childish folly. New York. 1 .Z'. :
;:: What is he like?" he couldn't keep his loyalty true, and remain tied one of the latter, tapping the Daniel's Daily I wrote her impassioned letters; Why,'Mr. Hoyt, folowe up a baby s. .. .

.!. Good enough looking feller, sir; tall, there. Did he tell you that? And affectionately. "Si for a load, ad barel; lbrry. for five years these letters were penned notion; we IpOk interlacing our :. $ {tA
i, :,' black hair, smooth face. Come up here that he'd fought for the old flag in Mex. spread like -! te "Frnk, it in my diaries; and I felt that she was lives, a if they were toys. But now you Among the new .industrl 'companiesin .

; from Knoxrille, they say. Goin' by here ico, when he was a mere boy?" V "I think they'l do,"rejoined Brandon."if you? be said doing the same. My work, first with must be-let me see"-sba,feigned Florida filing incrporatol, '

, '..".:' yesterday he dropped a letter; I picked The mountain men were silent. the other are ge ai cherrily, turning the chain and then with the meditate must t are: The Ocala Building :
4 it up and give it to dad. The old man "And as for his object in starting foi well as yon. seem to eraly'aed. towards the door. but theoolt -"yei, you b fully ment company, capital stock $ 'Imprv ;
was appreciated and
read it anrsaid that ; our engineer thirty, I am a woman oUwenty.two.'Ve .
Knoxville
sure showed him a and reason for not going must send these "Come in '
hi you men around-yot my boy; ", K. C. & O. Lumbercoat.-
reb. not in excellent health but different
only kept .
on when so tell what know how to do it and are persona .. 43
thereIn you where-and come in. I of stock$3 ;
-: "Do you remember the name on the will make yon that: He that can be found am also perfectly satisfied with his I do not know what else. she. sid.! I pay Ksimme capital O' t
seme -- --
by ,
al rally
al to the Chu '
glad :
outside of the letter non very see
?
came to me more than month ago. Take my horse. post. then-oupie the second position remember only that after her gFlondaPhoph'tecompn1.
hearing
..,..;. .., Mr. Brandon had suddenly become when he passed through there, coming -Il do it. Bally here?" you, for it gives me an opportunity t in corps engineers, and'saw voice for a long time, I rose to.go. My cpitl.tockI3OOO. < i
'( ; much excited. He leaned Indian River
from his here. congratulate brilliant de
sad- ;
.. up Every man who comes irilc ; then we'll march and get a you upon your no hope of attaining the advancement heart was broken. buines .
die, andauxionsly waited the lad's ef. that plce is watched, and he found position in the rocks, and wait gooi gree.I and Lake Worth Pineapple Growers. ( '
for which I: Then
. forts to recall the longed. suddenly we "You not take it amiss Mr. Hoyt
address. ,
Haris' dogging him about. He I think "Thank Mr. Daniels I wl elation, ,
we'd
better decide capital
managedto
enemy. on you atk.I OO.
/7.. ..' .'It was Cap'n something," he said learned that I was a zealous but quiet that now. You know better than I. "I did best at heard that the railway. was about to be that I spken.sfrkly:1l.you'I **' .
t- ,: "Tears to me the next name was Charles. Unionist, and he came to me, telling me Where shall it be?" respond. my cle sold to a syndicate, and that the celebrated really wih V # I.
and I to succeed More than I06,006,000 tin
1. T'other one I can't" remember; never precisely the same story that he told "Down at Buzzard's Pass, I reckon.Gow' ." now hop a wel in expert, Mr. Seldan-Jones- was friends hope you will visit us often.I $ are InTsted' :

heard one like it. you-not quite so much girl in it, to b. is just as good," ventured my profession. coming to examine the work."HumphI" am at home Thursdays, and will truck farming.. mostlyearly Yegetble ,
you
"It wasn't Smedle,'?" "Why of will production in the United States, ;
sure, for he did not have to show me the Hankins. course you ; you knowI ,
snorted chief
. "That's just what it was. Cap'n Charlek letter-and he said he was afraid of be -Neither. will do. You can't defend i: always said you would make your ou "Joneswas meet very many pleasant-yes, chag. annual yield from tbc".53'40'ac: or {i
classmate otmine. I dare he
, Smedley. ing conscripted right there into the rebel either of them." .. mark. But why do you not sit down, a say, people her. And do you rcU, when bnd 1 occupiedli$ et"ater .
"Great heavens! Mrs. Baird," the army. He said a good deal to me about It was Charles Smedley who spoke, my boy? Have a cigar?" think he knows al about railway construction I was your little sister, Mr. Hoyt, how paying freights and commlssionv O1er ; "I

-- 'horseman exclaimed, "is it'possible that what he did in the Mexican war, and he and he in quick, sharp tones, as and condemn u work. you chided my biteuef I feel $143 net cash'returns.. This in_ '

:. ion?"husband has gone to hang that gave me his true name., just the same at if he spok commandng. The. men and My I host's.cordialty gave his me courage and ; I'll be hanged if I dance attendance upon sure you will no occion: now t dustry pr.cre 216,755 men>. :.9,2'- .:
man that a cigar case sat
on the envlop. And he said that looked at him him. when he comes, you do the even deplore lack of conventionality children
: The woman was silent and trembling. rather than hand against the "I it sience. down more at ease than I had felt the Hoy my women and 14,874 aide. by
"He has, sure," answered young Dan. flag that he had suffered and shed hit for defense.repeat ;Each one places can are be worthiest long day. But a I smoked al reflected graceful the pr instructions" from home. -indee I flatter myl'tha I do not 7,86 hoises and mules and 'S,91 20. Z.r

"Why, do you know him?" Mrs. Baird blood for, and under which the country if. the enemy will dismount fankd my doubts returned; I had comet Here i lettr. any wort of implements.VV. .
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.,' asked, in an unsteady voice. "Ain't hsft had become great; he would die twenty and pass them up the ravine below. Not ask for so much, and could offer so document contained a private Thi last stab aroused my indignation *, *' X .. .
., rebel and a spy?" tmelJ! Yes, he said it; and yon can tel only could they la you in this way little. note to our chief in which he was in- hI am quite sure of that, Miss DneI" Florida produce In New Yoru. Indian ,
"No-no more than I am. My God, my heart warmed to him, lust but they can your rear in strong that the great expert was a most I said stiffly. "My only I' C to .
fore nall,6
< %
regret pines ((
"Well well think i tt I ag
what
to of iU"!
an unfortunate mistake! When did see that do rTr .
now. That night I got force and -drive the bluff into wel but ,.
yours you over being not be able to attend
afble objected t may 12c. llSci tomr .
your
?. h Wallace leave here? him safely out of the city, and I did not the could Mr. D almost as much to gntlemn cqueen.15c.Jd ; .
nels sd
- ,. ... "An hour after snset. It would take see him again till an hour ago,when 1 who rad.was not They killed, if capture there force every ma. himself a me. "How easily I can remember rwie than a Mr. Selden- Home a I do not expect" I shall b in toes, fancy carrier crates, $2.75 to $3.50; ..

"t elm some time to get his men together, found yon fellows hanging him. Maybe large as Mr. Brandon thinks." 8 the time when you and Elsie Jone. England next Thursday. V tomatnes, bushel boxt.'s.tl.5'Uo. $2..30\ -.1.

' b ., and there was more coming from over you'd like to hang me; yon might well. "I could not be mistaken,!* the latter were little children. Now she is "Yes," sneered the chief-engineer, "Oh!I" she responded, quite &stiffly, Bidwell peachev to $4 per'.cT te.'

ti the Black Ridge. 0, I hOfo'on'l save Don't you suspect Lincoln-he's from said. Allowing for some scattering lady somewhat of still young "I presume he now parts his hair in the "I shall very much'regret it." Prices Jacksonville. i Oranges $3 to _
.1 u kina him sir, if ho ain't that Kentucky, you know." V and some small expeditions on the way, a hoyden certainly middle he does his name. If he don't "Good day Miss Daniels." $5 per box;melons selling at fancy prices; Jt .;4'-
I you know how we hate 'em!'but it "Now please don't Mr. ; but she will get over that before a .
Brandon
they come here 'four .hundred "Govxl .i..ro $7 eTcrate. Peento
Mr. pineapples ; ; :
wi up like 'Jones, let him buy a handsomername. day, .Hoyt.I'Ily 'p
I 11 would be dreadful to have a man killed Baird cried. "We're dreadful foi stron long, I have no doubt. And you, Frank Tomatoes
! that wasn't guilty and. husband into our blunder. We'd do sorry whom I but As far concerned, I shall hand was on the door-knob I. peaches $2 50.to $3 .rrlererate.
; few a
my anything we Both Wallace Baird and Burt Hankins Hoyt, saw, a short years Im a to.L25per
f it, too! Oh, sir, could to show the gentleman how bad looked write home that engineer and made my last bow. Before I could raiie $i.O crate; onions $1 .
pluse.rlde" with kind of
a awe Smedle playing her little beau a
upon v. ago your part Sper
$3 to $
But Mr. Bradon needed :no incite- we feel about it. He never told us that The idea of fighting filled both of them;; in short trousers a and shorter not a diplomatist. I they don't like it, my head again, however, Elsie had come crater new Irish potatoes' : ; \ :'
your Z
ment. He wheeled his Bone and he saw yon at Knoxville, and how yon but neither had it to they can hate my resignation soon to me, and clasped her arms tightly barrel; cabbage, $1.50..to $ per :
though necessary are now a man and have obtained a a -
'purred him out to the road and on 'np helped him.on. jacket about and barrel. V !<:5r
pay any position where In fact I'm neck tears of
-': atention they beginning to my ; whiit. joy
please.
th. ascent. lone hard ride your diploma as. a civil engineer.: All ,
was a would have I
'Ther done had. ] *
.I no good .the was be met,further than to -
enemy for the of dear old were raining down she ,
yearn toe Londonagain .
he fae preedburnlnR io
.r.itbefore,. and over that difficult you, came a feeble voice from the secure a barrier against the charge of the the prizes of Queen's College I The Gold V
way he ceased not to urge' the wearied blankets. "You were determined take cavalry; but here was a man who had Medal of the Royal University 1 I I ; and I'm getting old and lazy." kisses upon m1lp A number of Confederate Veterans met i

.4? animal during those lonely and critical my life." been among.them but month. and who Frank-he abrubtly interrupted himself say, My heart beat violently at his wprds. "Oh! Frank, a bad, in Jacksonville recently and formed> .t

::1onr. We may not accompany him up. The mountaineers hung their headi with the eye of a experienced soldier "I I shall have to call Mr. If he resigned,I should probably becomehis naughty darling you are to mistrust your temporary ..organixitlon. preparatory. $

:- step of that. route. Hit and were silent. Who shall say thai was able at once to seize upon the positions presume J you successor; and Elsie, my darling, for Elsie, the same hoydenish, unconventional making a. permanent: camp..-Thenamedopta r' :
Hoyt now.
tonght his generous sympathies, were they did not suffer keenly from the con in the vicinity which nature had whoml had suffered so much, would be Elsie to you that she ever was, nomatter was:the Jtfferson Datis Camp'e! "f .
.:? upon saving the' innocentvictim viction of the wrong they had done! made strong against attack from below, "I hope not, fir, I answered, "I mine. how dignified and she Confederate Veterans.'The following res* fi'

.;, of the overstrained loyalty of They looked awkwardly from Smedlej and to discard the weak ones. want to be always Frank t you, and to to the woild." proper I clution wa .adopted' "VResolred,;:Thatf
. .' these ;Union mountaineers' He was to Brandon,anxious to speak,but unableto His simple reasoning went direct to be frank with you," I continued in an About 1 fortnight later Mr. Selden- may b Confederate'Vetern'asernbteddix? :;
I we
.. tormented as he rode by doubts, and command the language in which to their understanding. attempt at pleasantry, "I came to Jones arrivedand our chief received him I was astonished beyond expression. '
consider of the'i. I
.- .fear ; he might be too late, and then the utter their thoughts. "Why, that is so," Baird remarked. speak with about a matter that con- courteously yet bluntly. Do what I "Kiss me, Frank," she pleaded con not membenhip w1th'amem.F" <
you
stain of murder would forever rest upon Mr. Brandon understood them, and "What would you advise, sir?" all would,t could not induce him t address tritely. "Kiss me to show that you for, Lee camp to be incompatible ,. .
; .. these people, his friends and he should walked over to where the rescued cerns us -me priculary. bertbip of the JeffersonDsvWcamp'and.'we : 'tj.-
; "There is
man one spot which I know tbs well know expert save Jones give me, or-she again became the I .
: i "Ah he said a ;
... : himself be haunted with the harrasing was sitting up. absolutely impregnable. There M. invite all members .tbcB.E.Lee, :
,. recollection that he had not been able, Captain Smedley"he said, "there art others; this one I have noticed. may It is at "Yes, sir," I answered, determined but I followed our instructions.and found draw hoydenish his Ele-"rl. tell papa t with. camp to,also become ..member .of, this t., : 3i

:. .; .with ever effort, to save the innocent. no truer hearts for the Union, the elbow where the turns into the quickly to bring our conversation to a Mr. Seldon-one courteous in manner, cauip.". ? '.

'ar momentous times when all South, East or West, than the North Little Blue Pass. road there are so decisive point. "The fact i i', I am thorough ,in his work, and not at all .-. .. '.T. 'i

'men pray; and Graham Brandon prayed ou. They have been over-hasty with 'steep that they can't scale ,them under .anxious to obtain your consent to Elsie's overbearing; and he had a pleasant way The Varied Use of Slate. V Charles H. Plnmmer: capitalist 'of
that
,. night as he rode. you, and they .are full of sorrow; foi fire; and those rocks command the only wife." of giving information or instruction, Slate of rock 1 _
# He becoming my a variety having a Mich. has interest
was to be in time I Saginaw, purchased
-just f time whatthey have done. Now that they ravine by which the position could be as if be I knewas
.with" not a moment to spare! truly know who and what you are, there flanked." He was silent for what appeared to speaking suppoe tht small, compact grain, and j a very fine, in the business of theOrnhmVC0m.. : : t.r

..' As he entered the gully the moon shone is not one of them but would give hit "A splendid place for a stand!" Baird me a' long time. Then he took off his much a'himl profession, continuous cleavage or splitting structure, pany at St. Mart.-,and the new company: :

'out fall from behind the clouds, and he life to protect you. Give them a chanceto exclaimed. "Just the spot. My houseis glasses, and, and striking them gently and yet teaching me much that I could by which it can b separated into thin, is going to operate immense.,lumber and :i

saw the trees and a group of men about aid you, and they would go hnng not far below." V upon his knee as if to accentuate his never ne from any one except even places of great consistency. I was shingle mills there. The coapioy',hae, 'ft t

four one of them. He saw a man suspended thirsty and sleepless in the Ti "Yes," replied Smedley. "I'd advise his words, said: himself. originally }jut much. .of mud filed articles oMncorporationwUhvthr> .r&

.. ,struggling.,feet from At a wild the ground,he horribly dashed I !2"Smedley looked 'you to drive your stock up, and bring i "Frank, I believe I told you that I I,.V Two month after he had left us, the tor of an ancient sea, in the on course th Mjcretary ,ttate under the Dame of8tA,A*'O'ti
gallop at his late would-be wife and '
,.p,jumped from his horse, and tearing i I executioners, and saw eager approval in your_ The chidren. him, and .deem you a man. And I also expressed sale wa completed; and al the staff, ages it became consolidated, and then Inks Lu-nber company. Thit pttal, | t..g

4the: rope 'from the- hands that held it, their faces. anguish filled face. my pleasure at the auspicious manner in recommeuded by our were retained. metamorphosed, or gradually altered In block Is $5)0,003, consistingpftbaGr.( "

:.. ? rapidly lowered the'victim to the ground. "I thank you al" he said. His'voicewas "My God, hs, he said, "ain't there no which you begin your career;begin your V After' this ther was a satisfied charter by the continued operation of ham shingle mills at St. Marks,:valued*atr,, ..Ji'nii'

","- .Hal a'dozen rifles instantly covered returning, as his strength. other place below that?" career, 'mind you. But," manner smile on the chief's face for several various natural forces, until its present $45,000' ; the new sawmill now being Will .L.i
: "We will say no more about what hashappened. "None 'where foot hi while, at St. Marks,'valued at 16(1OQOfth; b till
.. fifty men on can grew more formal, "what you, sir, weeks, one day, we were at i condition was The chief employment
: (J'Holdl"! he cried. "Don't .yo'u know t may be able to prove te fight a hundred cav.aI. I regret it, foi that warrants thoughts of work in the office, a cablegram was. of attne.in commerce is' that of tel, other buildings and reat estate itMarks. 8t- -t
''A.e'"I'll explain it all. This man is not yon soon that my love for the Union and : .you ; but marria him. V $8.000; the tusr boat"fiewieK_',: : i :
."' spy; he is not a rebel. the flag does not stop with mere words.* : sae be so, then," said Baird, and What prospects? None, as yet, handet a roofing material, for 'which plrp $,,000; damt'boats, tools.et$4.OOO .'rt j
t and burst into it is
Tt's Brandon!" Wallace Brandon well turned taken Your little property yielded He i a roar'of better than any .
Baird cx. pleased, to the his face became hard and heroic. shap. opne adapte twelve million feet of cypress logs $0;-: .
.. claimed men and spoke in shar utterance's. "You've heard all this, boys," said Mr. your i.xpenses.whie at lau stance tht h yet been tried. School 000 V more than a huidred thousand urea ",; ?
"Su it is!" cried Hankins.: "Attend to me all of you," he Brandon "and you see that a skillful college, for you a. young "What's the'maUer, chief I askedin slates ar prepared in ave simple manner of land; in Liberty ;Franklio ,' .Leon; Jef-' .1"J

shake his'mountaineers hands end crowded welcome around him. He to i said.I is.up no.here ordinary at this" errand time thai My. leader is just as*great a thing in. these man.- Now you have a pfesi9n but alarm, fearing. he. h suddenly/become from picked specimens of t com ieno,-Taylor and Wakuil*counties, iind; 'f j A''
mountains as anywhere else. I to with mon roofing variety! those of Welsh!
propose nothing to demente. in The
cash. are
put them aside. news is so important that 'I would not marry $35,000 incorporate ; ;;** ,
"Not now, my good friends; we must trust it to any messenger I could find. Chares Smedley of for..our Captain. the marry girl like Elsie, accustomed cl me chief, sir!I" he said. quarries,however, being generally pro-': John A. Graham Hirry Bv: Grahanxaad. :

look after this poor fellow. You have Your lives, the safety of homes proposition.. Smedley's.acquiescence pale face greeted glowed Luxury-it is out of the question." I I "Read ferred to-any other. The plite whichare Charles H. Plumm r. Jit Jto'rumored that!_ .i f

been'making a terrible mistake; thank your wives, and your children dependedpou with pride. He had his revenge, a noble "But, Mr..Daniel" j I\ The words swam before my eyes; I t b made-into writingslates must I capitaiists represented V by Mr.'Plummer. -
God that I was time!". this intelligence could hardly believe the evidence of have a homogenous or finely grained and I '
i reaching you one, indeed, for the late occurrences. "I know you would lay, he 1 my, have boughttbeVIVPIorids.GeOTgfldWestern 4 4
Ee knelt by unconscious Smedley, promptly. GovernorHarris' commandant .He lied np a'board of the floor and continued. "You have confidence in I' sense equal texture, and be without any yellow ,railway: and will soon;resuxpo;: .

loosened his hat. "the He rope, and fanned him with at Knoxville has organized a cavalry took a leathern case, unbuckling your ability, and doubtless you will suc- "Resignation regretfully accepted;( pyrites or "slate diamonds," as 'these the work of construction.- '*". <.. J
IV, shuddered as he saw the expedition to sweep and scour this par. which he produced a handsome infantry Frank Hoyt engineer familiar glittering ''crystals often : .
: livid ceed untoward ; are
mark about'the neck.A hatful of of the Clinch Mountains. I saw provided nothing hap appinte.chef. 'J f
,' .".. t water was brought and dashed in Smed- mustering in the streets. I counted sword,.Y u and tee belt.; I am.what I pretend to pens to you. But in your profession please request tke chag im- termed. After,they have been separatedfrom -, ..,. VV Iz" ,,:

i letl face. He sighed and opened hit nearly five hundred horsemen, all armed be," he said.tat shall 1 part with there are many difficulties to contend V mediately. Selden-Jones- ,.magi di. the other sorts they are ce.t A .RECEIVER DEPOSED.: : &
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', ; eyes." They rested on his preserver. with guns, some with sabers. I believeI that weapon and its belongings, nor with; however, you .are to young to I I rector." workmen, who fain .iot shl

die Brandon" !" he whispered. "Did got twenty-four hours"' start, yet with V could money buy them. They were the consider them. Another thing, too, "Elsie!" i I: could not restrain the cry slt by first splitting them up evenly Judge. ss1i.k; iseelved by* '
/
you too? ,_._ hard riding they may reach a place where of.Gen. himself for* and ..then :
part finely polishing .V
gift Scot my Elsie is still a child; a girl of seventeen of joy. rur ,tJaeCO.r&efA..I.-t. .- .
they can strike at youby sunset of thi- You have I r > .l
.t the work Monterey. with
t ChAPTER V. in hardly knows her mind. Mr. Hoyt, to Our good chief cordially shook my even specially apt steel The United 8; tet circuit court ol '. ;
that t'nej I will lead i4p f
has begun. Yes, 1. confidence in
day me now ;
you. tools.
THI &LtB3X link ; They next sent
1 D TH KOUN.UN& will strain every nerve, for V Mr. Brandon looked at his watch it sum it all up in a few words, I am I hand. "Abal my bey, he lgh d.ua are jme peals,'at New.QrleaU', onJTuosdeyren>*. 4.

tr Gram. Brandon tied his horse to a will be noticed; they know me wel and was 2 o'clock. Wallace Baird gave seine obliged to refuse my consent." there is an Elsie in the case. Well,, to be fitted with woe frames dared decision deposing RMTePt4j 1

:.. l..: Smedley, into directed the cabin.the rmen to'ea it must easily be guessed ,have directions to his oomp'loD and they V I bi my lips. Mr. Daniels," I finally murder and love wi out. Let me doubly which they a for the.educational end Atlanta will oo7'? ::k th.::| -J.f

: with"alacrity. Had the latter They obeed gone." aU left the hut and scattered in dent courage to say, "ar there no.conditions congratulate you. VV markets a home o abroad.. O trot.of the Atlsntand 71cr d1d.V ,;.f

.. revived at the moment ben sn'eienUy He paused and watched the eec.of .dectonl no-" The following g mail i; brought me the.. workman can pU!.dDhl Ch a .An official copy.of the'decision>will; be'; Ao 5*:

what was going on about him, he would his intelligence, on his hearers.. Smedley and his rescuer were "W V "
their teeth set hard and their hands alone '
we been astonished at the implicit, clenched their gun-stocks. together.[TO UK coHrnronxJ peremptorily dismiss you, but I like- you thousand dollars a year, and I wa oridered the atatethist&or'compsny: I ,will be made'to make itthe: jugmeot'of 5 :f&j''

.- ;:- .unquestioning obedience yielded te What upon will you do?" Mr. Brandon to well for that. I'l tell yon what I to proceed at once.t London-for' considerable, even if' the are 'retailed a Judge 8peer.JThettCapUtoGar.1! :r.t ,I Irettjwill

:- Brandon by the mountaineers. They asked. will do. .I will secure you an appointment furher instructions. prices as. low as a.penny or be the receiver.?: .H,swat.'.pfgs
the Select wp
',>.; Iced. victim just latched from They all looked Wallace Baird. Determination Slt assistant, engineer on the Te-> I naturally thought but little of expense e.-Ynle Blade.- posiby.JudgefrabiUCtake4: 'j'
with !
an awkward but auxiouB sat their faces Any kind of courage a Judge, 8pe .bad appoiated:1tr! :PfaDt "h
"'V.. &ccDa and they stole furtive upon hardy i desbe. huantepec Railroad, of,which you know I. *nd sent a long Mr/ -- : ; .
glace but they were naturally slow of speechand Neutral men are the 1P eft before but the Jfiht'tnUfore ireoeiver.i. I Iwaethe
; preserver dev'aae director. If Daniels that he : Size Ostera. fp
to ;
o 'It requesting
a see whether he was a'a you i b.I .. cle < s '
turned to their A eue .
spokesman. .
strong oee presentedto rJadmI" & \
I
: a8wit them One of them fanned "We all think, alike, air," said gt he i neve ovr coming the chief engineer. a salaryof ,me permission to claim my bride As five gallons a. day is. ;.ret WaKe.01 daiil4id* J r"j "...* T .

) e lay on the blankets, ..n.e"apUe "We kDw .how Jo use our as Ba, eme. the- signal V flag of hy at least a thousand .Mexican dollars, His .snswer-waipitby. ."If Elsie i supply of-: WateTIOrVVeach. of, which the. ..::'D'.r'.W...: UllcL.?!. iII'nnII -'lj

:1 to his hud, and a we've got enough of 'em, such as they V Ostttn". i V and Elsie then wie it, I will withdraw .willing'I cnL". V V cattlefourteeujiewl would require MrOOOgallona ; .:r- -.'.-:'_ _. &_..,'_"_ .i.f".J. .. 'i'. .:.
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t d eUo of Brandon, ,*re. Some of us has been in small "If Elsie is. willing' 'What e preposterous ,:or niarty .. :- '\-.fl st-: V.". :''$'' ; ."'.
and '-+ '
: knavery are Siamese "
pressed ? .J..cf ..t:
to aid Hypocrisy. "
the &"i
": turn of rspiaion.: .The re. brashes* already since spring, and none twins" my'oppton. 1".I:exclaimed, gratefully _doubt L.. Could my. little Elsie "To: :4 1'.or..aIV .. ; .,- "
rescued man of is .afraid to 'into V l'mot hl. C' q1 : .
ns get a big one. V }The
soon,o hil.,y..gain and looked .clasping his band. :. be anything batenttfjajil" be :: 'Illinois CwtraJ'hai.n. option i-k
,. V about him. From iacesof Maybe there's secesh. ,oldie enough inKnoxville More i on tg-ipude '' be'Vaad.; As it'nowfljijjia extraordin- and 1 : an Juae,18tii( thelxmlsviHe. New eL-
the mountaineers to burn mountains out, .: "But let me.fn "VDuring V I see ; ameter tnb'c.w OA' :

.,: Brp.ndon,his glactk t1 t tat .of. drive eway.the.women ahd-hildren, and An':egg to-day? ; is. better than hen the t e; : ICU strive: to"achieve i'.fa"rp farioidoo;::bUti&thMVV: .o1i .cL QM ,' :. tt

.- 'V V 'E.'i ad right,: one fnt .lpt.t.for.reblon I don't .to-morrow. "'- your purpose, .be.io; ngago.-. : : 1 months., 'Allowing f aJBfjTtngcrain ._alled'hi;it h ;? V ?to.

.. .B.. to 1ive.. of't.IG. IM 11 e bfor. do.I(, .By1OWseUVIafr&n&VtkOtC: ae/of: I :men! between you, a'.fur.IO. steamer ,.'seeaedJto'sport.iwith",.love'sardor'that : ,fall'a d tera tea-feet:ta:dkiwteraod : .iecdvther th y "h'. ..- .." V :1'{ A.

gig.sat down,'and seeiaedtolM 't'.. gottoJfcht; ,. mighty" the profits.: ? ... ? ._ -. '1I'c :. "o wsji cooennring i i.-; :. -.' :I ,_fifteen feet deep wpnld'bigS ; 'that," the "ttm II' l*. a '. :1' .J.
\ undergoing some mental the woiCTHow't that, boys? I ": 'Disappointment ::the; Bchool. entirel/Jireeg : A V fifteen_ 'A brick t f dtI'j'oeo.! .. :
convulsion.-Bt 1U. : th.
1Id tad prolonged cheer shook the 1 .o wai Ee' b "i- Ib.p oaj t_ .-. ,. ,
V =V ''..: .
was strongobody and.stout of;heart-. roef $t'WrSV.OUedUPand. fists aceveut.V -. ,fof any modifioitionaf _' laL ., .t, nosMuired ..,U toil .orvva L., ". .; .1'-" "d ...
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but ; -J nc. \ *' \
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GENERAL
-. ------..---- ) Intb ilon ofthe state pii.ittjkIki1c ( perIpltI.; .j v-. I position.; ifUtren, ces5ary. yi'"e lefer. to MERCHANDISE
)( I.DOA W ** 1 4th1 h ac.L( -'( La gwduatcil income i if L the teachings of lljose eminent, V exponents 74z fr/V\

: ( *. \* \ '* of democracy,.Andrew .Inrkson, John U/ _

_ ..* kRkre4.4mrdingta 1 t.i'f CiflrcFiIn V th fl! ihey.wUlinslyr-.wcnf ; (d ), Wo iH-llcvc thlir Uc; piosfey of" the Calhoun and*Thomas Ben ton. DRY GOODS 0 L V _

t .g4 'si/ffi-sLarke.; :.FiL 'U 8i hqIore the! ivtift-ntion* for trial, they CCNfkny country &hnnld <>c *kept :is much.as IK Ssiblc Ibiscouiiection. lo'show 'how,Veven ;_,. #r/ k V V _
to ubidc .its decision in the Jirtuds of Jbc people, and dc in national affairs'democracy has drifted! '
4.; : tJJqfr | Bought by F-i fi
lib'coTiventicii mand that alt state V and V national revenue wo point you (to the fact that at one time V NOTIONS, \ _
k'j- ) Imvliiy decided by a vote V _
shall be limited to the durtcg Cfeveland's administration $63.-
Mi *> '*, .- necesfiary expenses IE4
I of tXJ2 to.75 that the regijfap were ;right of the'goveruinei't, tftnitimically and 000.000 of the people's money' was deposited V

: F : :1 aud the conksiaul3jere! rrong, the latter honestly administered.- V V in the natioual bunks of tnis country, BOOTH.

Vj'r iyeTnOr: flight To; arpt'pt t hut dccisiou! in good faith (e.) We de.Tiand that postal savings for which no interest was paidbul; as our

.TU'llunl banks t tic established by the government poor people can' testify, it was by these SHOES and
JIENRZjTC1E1ILt and tioi1tI
rescind the action
} ; now for the safe deposit of the earnings of the banks loaned to them at rates varying C1E7'i

|, : *' : ; 1 ;C )r'J pci remaCourl .... of their convention and their jseMjallexecutive' people and to facilitate escliange. from 8 to 20 per cent. When, through L

? f .' Y> '*: \4'; !? '?.ft? ylP5'xTYRl "' ; comniitlcr, and join with the Second-The laud; including all the the present unjust laws, one class of people GROCERIES.Starke .

T '. : : : : : democracy Ja bOtlZetae'and county pol notional resources of wealth, is the heritage is permitted to loan us our own money
t *J ;; -' : K r t>*creiarjr of Slate: '" of all the people and should not be at such ruinous rates of interest can any

S ;. : : 40RKirCRA.WFpIlD.XUGrncyCjci.yral; monopolized for speculative purposes, one wonder at the deep discontent which '_ 'Fla.
and alien:' ownerships of land should be j to-day spreads throughout the land, calling ,

h :; v;: ? : The action of tbo democratic convention prohibited. All lands now held by rail- tl l for immediate action upon the part of Dr

: : : \fl44 U. tAMATI.: in tccogninnc the farming interests ofc roads and other corporations in excess of tiw people? THE TRAVELERS HOTEL ad/V!/ \\1jjcVVV;

t their actual needs,' and all lands now Therefore your comriUtee. m consideration >
Yar ComptroU&.r ) btnte by pine-ing the cs-slatc alliance
owned by aliens should be reclaimed by of all the foregoing deems wise \JWf'
STREETS,
: Wf1I4iM'D; DLOXUAH.or lecturer. 0. B. C.'oliinK. on the ticket for the goyi'ruuient and held for actual *ettiers" and proper to call a convention of the CORNER BAY AND CEDAR 0 i

4 : :. Treasurer: treasurer, an'd another prominent alliance on iy. '-"* representatives of all industrial organizii- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. )

U. man, \V. il. Sheata, for superintendent of Thid-Transportation being a means lions and the people of the V state who believe _

Cp4i1 public instruction and also of exchange and a public necessity the in the democratic principles as set 02O rrdM
; c1e.; *;. SilI>ertn" enflcDj I Pub'ic; .Jnstruclion- adopting an government should own and operate the forth in the minority report rein."to AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. @
extremely HlMJial 'pMlonnt
'4 W. X.8IIBATS.'. zealously railroads in the interest of the people. consider the political situation and take _

'4 guarding their iiitercKts, leaves no reasonable (a.) The telegraph and telephone lice such action as they may detm necessary;
For Cm RiUsioDcr< fAcHcnl; jure; excuse for a third p ity organiziilion the post office system, being a necessity said convention to be held in the city of Not the Largest but tlip Vest .

: .1 .- t.UC'lUS, B. Wp.UBWELL. in Florida.-UryoksvilloNews., tor transmission of news, should be own Jacksonville on Thursday, the 14th day of Hotel iu the City, _

ed and operated'by the government iu the July, 1892, at 12 o't-look noon. 02

i .*' Clevplanc} w U 1>P .npnjiuatc'd at wTlwrc interest of tho people. For further intovmation address A. W. '

kj : :pia on the"first ballot. Evtryf RC same m
go the public as democrats and who are God-given right of manhood suffrage, Jacksonville, Fbi.V with electric bells, gas, o..cctnc. fire alarms IFWitkovski 1V
W
:: f i iG zo1i4 for Grorer.
: :>ody beds
guaranteed to us by the constitution of A. P. BAJKIN, tire escapes, night watchman, best __
I loud mouthed in proclaiming their fealty J jV' V LL'J : ,
; our common country, Chairm. of Committee.A. money can buy good table! go.c rt service \

If Florida jiot represented at to the parly and in denouncing those who (a.) We demand a repeal of the poll W. WEEPS, Sep. of CpjntmUec. convenient location, street car from all 1 : ______

: .e world'- fair the people of theworl4 differ with them, who are about as much tax prerequisite to the exercise of the depots. The only hotel that is open every TARKE

will be. disappointed, as they democra'6' as devils arc saints, May the right of suffrHge. London Truth tells a story of a clergyman winter awl l summer. Thii1dn',, ,

jjfpccttp find Florida there. good Loul deliver the country from such (b.) We demand a repeal of this preset who, provoked beyond restraint by BURTPN" K. OABIKS VV _
V
; .. election laws of this state the coughing iu his church stopped abruptly ant Proprietor.

.. I .:pur. city council-in paying salaries democracy.sort, "ar.d their That's supremacy the "rule wouiti or insure ruin" laws'as(c.lYc) wilt demand preserve the' the passage pprity of of such the 'This in is his cither discourse the most and diseased blurted or out the:: Oinif>'. aches Women, ncuralRla.who bays*wciiijrofiisa he'id;ches, Uackuil and- flUBY STRUR & cii:

c : .phould" remember the finances i of the the curryiujT of the country to the devil people's biillot and recommend the most impertinent congregation I ever painful:eustru.ition, rtisordcr-. anti di i pl.cc. :
the of enactment into law of what is pleached to." merits of 0>(? wtaub and sexual onyar-a. lii-n-i-
cemmonlkc
: y"hj-an.d .ability it. yittzens with a rush Barlow News. nesQ. tk'COThCtL, 11011.1 '4Ci1 fir V
:: to pay ta* .for high alarioH. for conducting elections.: for home 'we. :u cJIt :;ct s4r. eieu1U1tC :
Call for a, Third Party Couveu-j d. We demand when there two qualiflcatioi'.'::;. : eq. rei-.carefuL diag-
> ? ( ) are
Racetoirs-arc not; at all confined V jiosis and ho e&. tt-ppi-s-utr.ti'-jt-i;re tlip secrets
tiou. or more parties contending a any election W. I'A RKKR.M.D.,
.
J of Ac.Ojv--:
: ; our success. Wholesale and Retail eaters ;ii
Jo 1 the south. Out in Guthrie the ,Pursuant lo the instructions of a conference thai may be ordered in obedience to rVlo S. CheicEtIV.: .

; pthc.r day the races were fighting law luau the inspectors who conduct the '
held iu Tampa immediately after V
E il; i 'rLC10's
0
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: the same shall nt ail be of one political
: p.ncapothr in
mqot approved the adjournment of the democratic state fiiitb. but shall consist of one member t:7t: V ; I. r erra; V' ;b ; VClU'V 1rchanthse

;f .manner.Flo'ods. convention your committee bogs leave to from each contending parly.v. :;i;;j :... *SVVCV : :'.L 'l (V ..: t. V ner.ai !
: .
,
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the 'uuitt : i. .i :; l r4_, :, t.iti.t.'tt V'V
V v ( .) We demnjd a free, untrntcmeled ,&. VVt.V
submit the V
_ following: ;I t an ( V
q in the north, cast and west 1 expression; of the will of the people at the : PL V 1"flaT'l V.V VVsT.AIIEcBj
Whereas, The democratic convention ballot V ...; ( ) 4ct t.Vt_ tt1 : PI.30R: _,
have
$; ... caused millions of damage in box, 'nod that votes cast shall be ;
.
#% held its treatise (VHV ( P :1". I'..
at refusal
? : Tampa, by to adopt and ted.
honestly fairly con n V
i property, besides causing the death : ;'V c1L rvsvt"L. :%,.ijvi : let ii.gi .
;; *' -J : ftf.liundrcda'of live Florida with democratic principles in its platform now Fifth-We demand for all the citizens -0 $ Staple and Fancy.

**>>$: stands deserted the of our state a local self-government. 1.VtJtb3 C 'rt-tv1ect
charged V
as having
'
: people
drouth is in much better ,,
} shape fV1fl1 .
4 \cr (a.) We demand the repeal of Ilou e '.; : J Any conceivable article. V
oday than her sister stales. whose cau5t should wave, espoused, Bill No. 4 and all like legislation. cIiur'V .t'ao a Lu1uv.r1 V
fl tc-r: : (:: ; ( :) $ C:)
by its rejection of the minority report of (b.) We demand the repeal of nil law tear,' uow t- cii: curett lUii1? by % rltitgDR. Any kind 'of Provender V

'. ': There Tvill be three state tickets the committee ou plattorm and resolutions; placing an appointive power in the governor P liiP.: .: V NO tia-n stu-et. NVithciiit'fri' F : g.t1: H av V V
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which interferes with the right cf I te I- % i ; tI'k' .1ViVtger.ii' .. '-'.'? *d.. : Live Stock. V
.., 5 Tfor
if and : V
; in theaekl'this fall the third par- herewith presented by us recommended ( : r I r.n I V
the people to select their own rulers. VVi V
tyitea come-out. This will be hard to all lovers of democratic principles (c.) We piirlicularly: demand that the H afiu : V V V VV

: for the democrat to overcome, but II will be seen that they of their county commissioners for the several I I ..VaoLiV ;,:'IV.( : ( V Dry oods-Millinery

r : by a united.effort it can be done. own free will refused to be the defenders I counties in the sLate shall be elected by Absolutely Pure :JT ru'ns".aftrr!! ;: i v'Ci &?$:>' !I.> illri,nu.ty 1
the of their commission j.'i!KecifCraliV.ri < i. ..it.-. si'tt orr'oU'.vr'cr
*, : of the principles of Thomas Jefferson, people respective 1:>>1 ..VV4tVfl.It! ; .i.i- .:t._i-ft'iiwofllitMS-
: The democratic executive committee ers' disiricts. A cram of tarte.r bakiij powder. Iligliest of r fc'tt-'f riTJlk JHDilJ..S.: ft. (nl:i iv. .!.- <-f T.li I I I V VS .uid l-'iinfisliing Goods, all style, sizes and pn1is&i.iiii -
? and, as'u result the control of the party Sixth-We demand that American labor all In leavening Ptrcagtli) .-Laiat U. S Government C"-s-: H. % TfUNKx.J'jlJi ; :
;
meet in the city to-morrow to has passed out of the hands of the people, engaged in domestic industries shall I Food Report. .ary S, lc"2: AihuiciMivlur. C'alJ.nud satisfy yourself. VV

6 : : call the county convention. After into the bauds of those whose interests S not bu brought into competition with foreign I ROYAL BAKING POWDSH Co.. 100 Wall St., N. Y.H. _ _ V V V V V .iVj V:

the call h made the scrub race for and desires r.re to continue and t pauper labor, :is they cannot successfully O. <>. I'.-Regular! Z'.tte. : '- -ti 5 1V'.t nuauTS, BaiMers. riiosphata V Hinersji
perpetuatethem .i1:76i
offices will compete ram-, educate and care for V p tiie'tng every Tui-s'ir.j' a.act.L: Si,
Bounty in ,
-- t.It open up earn selves iu office, and the system of r their families as it is our idea they should; V: V Kient night in brothers tlifip hall.cordially Trnn- Six iijr.nths eat I vouchers:.IL C tu.fe! the J Hon wiif presoiittr.y\Vin. K. Maiplnir accounts .1 t# 'J :uo Stoves, ttarges.- Cooking UtenUli.el j 3 V

: legislation that has made poor men of the we therefore demand that a duty of> 1 V invtfo.3. J. county jUde in and fyr the county of V V
_. __ ___ S
y l O.H.VYKES.N.G 3"osuit vny Jasto/icd .aoy pocket {
: and per box be placed: ou all foreign oranges; Bradford and state Florid.-i. UK atliuicLstratorOf I JilH
( o1. L. KPolk; the president of producers rich men of the unproduc we demand a duty of 10 cent. per pound F. J. FIELDS. Ssc. to! estate ofJobn W. Bu-hbt-ll, tleceasiHl. Jor Jj ULJL; 1]. LiJteV V V
ing class, encouraging corporate power final Fvttletue.it ant .as); f-i: t-iial discharge kiiuVs.of; other House.Furui>Uing Gocxk
the National nil
7t Farmers' Alliance, is upon foreign grown long staple cotton. Bradford Lodge No 42 F8c Afvl.. from sail aclniialstration/ V V
until i it dominates our conventions selecting We with favor" A. V. DlPDLK
dead. .lie was n strong third party ; view the fostering care extended A Meet Taursday night before the third 'V ,
: ir and if he bad lived would our rulcra and filling the halls of by the government to the tobacco 't'Sunday In each u-.ontb. May il,lSOJ.-6m Ailministrjitor.Sheriff's .
roan have
; VJ( iY WM. P. JIALPnUR, W.M. -
industry of our slate.: und we most em
: been a.candidate' for president on legislation with those who are willing to phHtiattly demand that our representatives /\f \ J. K. WllXBIGIIT. iee; Sale.TTNDER &Js5 LeWEST !
PRIQEET
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Vie third party ticket.fg&v obey their commands; and iu Wiiskingiou use all honorable means to COMER L. PEEKATTOECM5YATILAW and by virtue of fln-oxecntioii dated:
U 0t.h, 19SJ i sueti: of he
Whereas, The leaders of the dominant end from luinous May <>ut i circuit V
prevent secuie competition and IS OTA 111nd court in and for the 4it judicial circuit iu and for
L ; :c:: :. earfi'under obligations to the faction of the so-called democratic forces our thee greatest industries-long Bradford countv In a certain cause therein pending :
cotton; oru riges and tobacco-which are wheriuiY; H. Chew ar.d Frank L.Chew.
:c .. .: sonville Marble Company for a in the convention at Tampa pledged their luxuries and should be taxed instead of Fire Insurance. merchants and partnorx doing business under

: .: : c o| photographs of the world's support to the democratic principles emanating necessities. Repr wnts LIVERPOOL& LONDON & OLO3E the firm name of Cui-v/Brothers,were plaiutiffn, FOR YWJILIVfi I.TJRWL.
V PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH, and A. R. Kosouberper and 8.V'T. Shirley, late
.- .. lair buildings. They are very hand- from the industrial conference bt'ldIn In order to prove that every idea in this SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance partners i In the banVins; bnstnessundev the firm .
.
'. ivkmo. And will be valuable addition St. Louis'iu last and led platform is fully sustained by ftc national Companies. Choice lots of I-acd iu town and name of RosenUerg'ei' & iMiirley, were defendants k .
a February us county for sale. ,I ha vo levied upon ant will sell in front of SADDLE */ at*-".
:d *;: to our world's fair collection. to believe that if we would not urge one democratic convention, or highest authorIty STARKE FLORIDA. the court, house iloor in tie torn ofStarkoia
; of the pusly, we publish extracts as jnelOtf said county of Bradford,to the highest bidder,on
: V of our owu people for the position of follows: The First Monday in Jnlv. A. D. 18M

; :2.; : V Harrison: and Reid .!head the rep governor these principles would then be On the subjects of elections-In 1801 the the same legal being L-ours the of 4th salo.on day of that sai.l day.month ill during1 the For Ladies' arid Gentlemen's R1dV

i '-' : ublican national ticket. Harrit
; renomination is an endorsement of agreed in alliance and industrial meet eays. "eqiul and exact justice to thirds berger undivided ana 8. 1Shirley Inten-st-of in the a.iid following A. R. Uoson-lands a1 .
*
?. V % the, force bill by the republican. party all men. A jealous care of the situated in the county of Bradford state of Florida V _
at that
,. and Reid is on the ticket in tugs Tftmpa cur people desned light of elections by the people." described as follows: XhS; west half of the TEAMING QF ANY KIND. GO T
.. re- their principles cndorscdin preference to In the national democratic platform V northwest quarter of soiithwVst quarter. and
.fI; -: --i ward-forhis newspaper'servicef. cj 'i west half of Southwest quarter uf southwest _
individual adopted in Cincinnati in 1880 we find the Jftarke
f any for office, and ut no time :-r=r5 VTVc**rTOfI! r>i-X-iVrt fS C Hi F-T f V7KtiFla. quarter section eight;and northeast quarter and
Vt was the of the alliance or labor following: "The right to n f-ce ballot is north half ot -north jrest quarter, and east half j. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stables.
support
: If the .lacVftonville convention, inJtuly'pnt aught preservative of all lights and must of southeast quarter ofnorLhuyest quarter, and
; out ticket the third peop'.o pledged or agreed to be given to and shall be maintained in every part of west half of" soutUeagt quarter and ea>t hat.of
4 a! party northeast quarte: of outhwest quarter and
democrats w'nThavc to take a any of our own men for any office, for the the United .Slates." south half southwest uirterRection eighteen, Fine Horstw, Carriages am} Saddles. Expert Drivers. Dri _

reason that our sole object at the Tampa From the national democratic platform all iu towu lCP seven so uU.cf ra'nxt;twentytwoeaai Animals and Yohiclcs for kind of Hauling. V
:f--4 ; iv 4'tand on. one side of-the Ime or the of 1834 we extract as follows; "Equal containing four hundred and sixty-seven any V V
-: convention was to sccuie Iho adoption acres,more or lefsa'soo'it the right, title and 'j :
:k by
; ; ; V pther.- Tt-mocrats will know who and exact justice to nil citizens, of wliatver interest-the Fame being a half undivided interest GOOD STAIJLINti AM) FEED FOIl YOUR HORSES

4 are.tkeic fnetidp, they wi.ll know that body of the true democratic principles nativity, race, color or persuasion -of A. R.Kosenberger and R. F.Shirley iu and CHARGES. VBOHPT ATTENDANCE. V
as id forth in the free ballot and fair contit." to the following lands hituated in the county of V V
r.b- .who and haw hard minority report,
: tp. dep.end Bradford
upou and state of. Floridadegcriovdns'fol
: ; Vt: u"': will. have tofi, jlit'IQ. win the and vytjich we had a right to: expect, if 1888 The reaffirmed national democratic platform of ., lows: Ten acres in the southvesfeorner of the STABLES OPPOSITt fSQiFT'S CftBBIHBE.FAOTOFiY, STABKl Ftk
t bo of 1&S4 and southeast of
T'4 0 V V one says: quarter the soufhea't quarter of
;,..-M-:;: -.. V aee.V .. V solemn pL iJjjts given by politicians ire "Self-goVernmeJil is inherent in the people section V twenty-nine township six south, of

over kept; yet in this case it is doubtful if mid iruarantt-ed under the constitution. IEALERS l range twenty-two east,les: one acre in the noi th-
; V east corner ia the turin nf a rt-clanglti bounded FLORIDA CENTRAL fiKD PEHIfiSULAR RAILWAY
:t. : i The platform introduced in the it ever was intended, MS the advocates of ." V on the east and ''West sides by lines of 283 hot V

: V '4.mps.vonvention by the rninoiityp the minority platform were denounced me eiccu: n laws <>i our state snouiacmry LUttJGS, and J52 84 on 100 the feet,north and so and leariog snuth.d vet tildes area by of line Line) of FLORIDA. T1tU KLINE.. SHORT 1

c; :rY / the! platform conimittec i is ptib both in the committee and on the floor of out the above party pledges, but ail acres more or less. Tenas cash, purchasers To all points in South Middle n. i \\t-st Florida. Mobile, New Orleans i ad the outwe ______
:..- know Uiat they do not. TUB right of suffrage pa3i.g for title3. V VV irect ccnnections tp.aH points Northvc. amINort)>ecst. Elegant new coachco.
: : ViKhed in full in this issue, aliio a call the convent iun ; and lurtber, that the plat is controlled by machine politician!*, N1)ICLNES and V P. ii'. CREWS. Pout froui Tampa to Cincinnati without change of sleeper. VV

4_ ,; tT V for a state convention to'bi: hold at form adopted by the conveniionis; a Blrnddler men who openly boast of the power they June 3.1802. Sheriff RriiTord Co., Florida. 'liME via C.tltD Iontice1Jo In effect antTtonlaKvilte.PIcJ ] 14,1802. __V _
:
; i : :: Jacksonville, presumably to put out -conflicting, and possess, anti they say they have the count I TOILET AR'flCLES1 I V
vague uncertain ; V j t isuu'TiitatN iuv'ii.i 8 i 4 10( ( 2VKST| KX I)1VNV1I t t

I V a sULlo ticket that will stand square hard money iu one clause- greenbacks, and care very little how ninny votes areca stTAC1SIUssVs ; Sheriff's Sale. 5*J p 10% It)a Lv Kemandma Ar 30ip: 9 4. 8%)> p 7XaLv( Jacksonville Ar 821! p I7aOpI125aLV
4V : ii The. ; t nguinsl the Sinn of their choice, as etc. Callahan Ar 115p 730a lOCOp 73iaLv Baldwin LT 7OpUO1P-.
V \y,upon convention will be fall legal tender in another and in still "they have the count," hence the light The Thurber.Wbyferad Co.. OOOplllSaLvni7p Jacksonriili Ar I5Zi p 6 SO a 1211ft 8aAr 1 ake City LT 28p13oa $$$

I y.ached with gIct interest. another wildcat state banks-iu ail, one picservative of all rights_it free ballot Prescriptions prepared ?l nil hours day Wills iOweaj.BY "S.V 9 IXI p 15("u p Lv BaMwia I.vMarke I tia 8''!a 9 taAr Live Oak LT 540p'8MfaArSuwanneeSpssLT _
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VITpAr # _
V and fair or tiight. mclr25 LvlT-d *
3 *. .. : V V V : that they i'.o cot expect or intend to live a count-is denied the people. virtue of an execulonueout of the l.'SSp 22pAr Itartborne Lv1O4la 323a 310ftl02laAr Madison LT 444i{ $4
;; j thir'd party platform present- Can a free people support not a party, above stated cause to rue tlirccit from theoffice 1 15 a 2F.JpAr CitraJvlOSla: C44aaariiAr all35pAr Monticeilo LT 3pf**
.tIto: the BJtato.. democratic convcn- up to-in fact, cannot lire up to, as evidenced but a riug'wbo would rob them of their county of the Florida clerk, of under liecircnt! court of Bradford : SHvcr Springs I.v OXa; 6 20 a 205pAr Tallahassee Lv 20 ps JU 1
a judgment rendered 112a 344iAr Ocala LvLT 9 2! 14R3 8 45 a S43pAr Quh'.cy Lv12tp11SV
bj the desire of a majority of God-giyeu rights of freo me6? We mistake a
therein the
and ou 3d day of teiy; A.D. 19.2, iu said
y \citkat Tampa i-ejeuted which 7pAr Homnteu.ssa iWa( lOCOa OpArRiverJuLcUonLTl$
? them to cudorKO Cleveland for the temper of out Jikcity loving U ULL circuit court. I, as sb.erirf of said county, have '
; ; the presidency. peopo 4rO* 514pAr- Leesburg LviIO3aVVI() CSUpllfOpAr Fensacola. LtSG& *
w? pnblish in full in this< issue toy if levied upon the fal'twlng described lanJj situated V _
.
TLe they would submit to being ruled 5 45 a 5 40 p A r TararesApopka. LvlOSSaLT 8 ) p 200aAr742ttAr Mobile LT 118*.
:: ,- : V ether with n call for a ttaic con- following is the plntforia by men who bre&k all pledges and lo To the penpKr of Kiark;' ami vicinity: Bald In execution said county and of Bradford all and for will Fatls'artfon the of 7 CO a C33pArSMJa : 4UaLr p Nt-wOrJeann LT 8Wp
costs
'. ; : V 'utWTJ: uinaeks ''right smart" of adopted iu a conference of the representatives obtain odce.would suppress the ballot.iNntional This is to notify you thai I have closed same for sale to highest and best bidder rxpope for cash. ( 710pAr" Orlando 810 a 4 & p CCOaArItlSpAr Montgomery Ar7 S5a-
Vj 313 a 440pLv Wild wood iO! a. 12 u B1ruuinham Lv 4 p.
V the saw and mill for the in front of the court house floor io V p _
of planing the
of
: : : Ul? indufitriai organizations at dfinorratlc VWVYS on pub'ic' summer. town 51 4 UlSpArft Dade City Lv TllalUSOp a Ar XashvilleLouteville Lv 7t5 a .
: Va jrepublicanHm. eiuiugit/to/ catch the Ktnrke in said Bradford _
,within the
I-sli.-ill have i in the cmiriy boors 4
at I the mill
lands in yt.rd 23"a71'J 227aAr Lvl210LT
.. Tampa. the nuliopfll jlen'-ocratip n p Ar PUiit City Lv 59a! 917p &
platform
preaeaed to of
the sale
committee prt'Rcribed by law. ch f
: -. : *? yep.ubjican. vole: No doubt on few 7 45 652aAr725nAr _
thousaiid feet f Lv (00 810 Cincinnati
they of 18SS: 'Public lands should be distributed <: rciiii luuiber, also Monday the 4th day Jul.v'.A. D.1892, the same a SOpATampa 5 a j.Lv

.d.; $ : will have two or.: three prominent platform: VLATFo1r. as widely as possible among the quite u large quantity of choice; novelty being public sale day,viz.; The Kf of NEJ| of 2 X 3t 5Cp,p Ar Ar tbir.esvile: Wclao 11 IU W 28 a.Lv a. 51f> pAr Chicago St. Louis LT LT, 415 716 p Pi4

:' V (publicans on their state ticket.Jamcs people, and to none but actual occupants" siJirg, flooring, ceiling and surfaced 111111"- SKV llollister(eicept), 13 5 acres acres in; alKc2S'of SE corner E3.sod!ofEt tol>. of J. 6 s0! i'Ar Cedar Key Lv 6.-Ma i i

% V V Whereas, there exists to-day a deep Isatiojul democratic platform of 1SS4: bar, vvhich will IKT left in chnrire of Mr. NEJ4. 10 acrec; ,nlsoV of NE.1* of BEJi.Kiacrea. Trains Ncs. 1,2a aud 10laily.. Pi.1lmaucars lStSVLY Jacksonville Ar 8i6Sl.laLv

:;I ;: G. lilaine'may bn feeling of unrest and discontent Public lands to be kept as homesteads Ltiwrt-nCL1 Wall. of St.irke, for sulc. Aiiy all in sectional, tpG S. range 23E. Alo5.Js between Jacksonville and New V Ot Ie6a>. Baldwin LT 7 pi943aL7
among of acres beginning at the NSV of 3. i, 7.8 daily.FERNAKblXA.
: for actual fetilers; nil the unearned lanlsgrantc.1 one m want lumber may find it to his corotir KWV of LakeClty J>T 605n1015aAr V
.i4. ; red practically out of public life, the people of our state who are looking tip interest lo call on him. S WJ4 sec 33,to U S. range 23 E. running thence AND CWBERLANIROIJIE, V WhitefprtDra LT 68h

;: :: cuatiitb the next administration will to u foj'rtUcf and whose interest we arc restored to railroadjcorporations the public domain; should and that be James E. Ell.S Along John section Hall to SnrnhJ line toa i'otst Jolly thence to lands cast deeded along by "'-oV.VrVVao V, | t V \ HI I T- V 10 59 a Ar Valdosta Jasper LT LT.SOlp S M p1201pAr *

V t? x craocratip and will have no. use charged to protect. This condition, we no more grants of land shall be made to said land line to with in cafes-t of the c'ntero' 4.)1u1OCOaLv Jacknonvillo Ar 2 tIp 3 50 aCuipllRCaAr 555pAr Macon LT 1100* %
-
Stark railroad thence
FJ-i. track p
April 23. 16D3 AgL northerly parallel with Ffrnaodlm Lv:245: |> 780a lOCOpAr Atlanta LT 7 x410aAr :
s&c for him, Even shpuld Harrison be find,is the result, iu part, of laws enacted corporations or allowed to fall into the 3m said track to the north tine of Um afore mention 530 p Ar Brunswick Lv s (HM Chattai>ocea LT tU1 _
"
ownership of alien absentees. edNWWofSWi', thence V? to place of
begin-
: V leoteJ, he.would have uo place for and at iu force la Kos.l,2,08n.dlOdaily. V
present tk&state, passed Protection of our industries-National niug. Property pointed out y plaiutitTs att'y. V ;
:,; 'Wawc,. and by the time another four lo meet R< condition} supposed to exist democratic platform of 1884: "In makhg AVantetl. V V V P. S.i CREWS FL'71N0 CRAE-Daily exipt Zpnday. V _
V Sheriff
< Bradford County, Florida. e4oa Lv Jacon'r1hIe Ar 4srp
Lv
&: y&ars. roll around he will be too old'to at-t'u.e time amr1' which are not suited to a reduction of taxes it i is not proposed to A few good LuJies and Gentlemen to THOS. E. Beob' Alt y ton flaiaUff. 1Oiia: Ar Baldwin Lv 4fO.> 113p 1 SGp Lv211pLv Silver Ocala Spiiczs ______

.j.; V enter the race again. With ;t heictirument our present wants mid should be repealed. injure any domestic industries. l>ut rather canvass for the GASKELL LITERAliY Jane it!,1.32. WSlaArWC4a Lawt y Ar 323p Wi1dw"nL 1f V
to their healthy Keduc- CLUB aLa guanintecof $75 <>0 V Ar Starke Ar 3 Up 3 7p Lv Lacoochee
-j: V of Jilnine the republican But the chief promote growth. per tnonth.Ac 112.-U Ar Waldo Ar _
3
cause of discontent arises Master's Sale. lip Lv OwenaboroDide :7
V lion can and must be effected without depriving /dress _
: 11 ROa Ar flawthorneAr
r loses itX brainie 22p. 32Vtp Lv A '
5? yariy; stat sman.a from the City
unjust financial system of American labor of the la Ma Ar fitra
i our ubility to .VL. UIJGUT, fTKDER an. by virtue of a decree of foreclosU Ar 1 iMp.LvSCOp .Vlaut Kty '
: :, -_ -V. which discriminates compete successfnlJy.with foreign labor." ure and sate! duly made and entered ia and Li4ai) Ar Silver tprings Lv 1 2.1- Ar Tampa T
government, ,
,
4 V against no6ly 254 Franklin st., Chicago.; III. the
by circuiicolirt of
i' V.H.Ucs the-fuli judicial
VV IVoni our Exclmngcs. circuit in
; : the wcalth-prodticiug class and tends to Hence OIT demand for protection paint V V and for Bradford county in a certain cause in For information see tonal! agtnt, Twiot offlce S8 ViT. Bay street, coroar lIo'anrnfl1c .
Judge II. L. Mitchell lias hen nomyitiert centralization fon.-isu-grown oranges. tQ.bx.cro and long Notice. chancery therein peiiiliUff. wherein Emma Richard *tree Jacssonviile. V A.VOttlacDorietl1
V '.kt by llie demaptitcy cf Florida ns tie of all veaim in fju Lauds staple cotton i is in line with democratic it complainant and Martha Fewkes end 1sin.
V of a few and if All person*indebted to the estate of Clarence Joseph Fewke.s and Truby, Stern burg & Co.
not checked it will principles. ,
:: .31lt1dfttefl..? gnvcr.n r.> Hit tiomi nation destroy C- Bryan, law o Bradford county deceased, are tie enchants, I will sell to the highest bidder, VV
ulike democratic principles and government Corporations-The national democratic will come forward ajd settle the same at once. for cash,in fror.J of the voitrt house door in the SUMMER KATES. .
; :V V VMH. secumV by cclninKlion amid'the platform of 1884 8ays: "411}] and all persons baring claims against estate town of Starke in saht ccur'ty cr' _
; fr.fur aid l by the people; be ittherefor cnpnraie will present them,'duly hcnticAtod, within The Mrst
: ifll !lct cctlinsiasm' X< honorable bodies performing duties Monday ia Juty,18ii V V
: more public
are pub the time
prescribed by law.or the will be the
same
the THE
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same being 4th day of said mouth ad GEORGIA SOUTHER
a. AND
lie FLOE1DA R. is M _
: d :.ii4 capably xnnn vouitl be called t .tlic servants. pltadiu bar of tbeir recovery. l ftal sale day within the legal hours of sale on
V j V f i'lvriJa R r8olv ih:4tles.: i the. ,f June 17 1803 Bt ;
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g vtraor ftii'.h ii.ttie simple. statesman-Ilk The democratic party is, the friend of Adwlnistratqr.AfAT3. county of Bradford, state vi Florida,described ill shortly 1)0. [.laced on sale. V V
'Uiu Judge ,1L- L. Mtt Jicll. ilein a,*follows The west halt of soutbvest V
4 'S. --Brunavick labor nod the vie quarter -
laboring man, and pledges of the norlL Tins line is the shortest and
ocrutic principles enunciated by Thomas west quarter of section fltleen fastest ontct. Florida ; th<
4 3 itself to protect him alike frojn the corm- ; township seven .u. Jefferson and adhered to to points west and northwest. Trains arrive and- : e
by Andrew morant Jind the commune"Nos. I J. acres, i ?aoF1vssa1so; the follov'inj -

&; b V V The democratic plfltfortn taken as'fittie a J* kaou. John C. Calhoun and aidenu tjacV we ask our producers if V in the ;:: z ; ye.iisold.pelVoIVaI property. Terms: cash One, pjjivhaaar bay j ors
V, V should. 'Tr: unn unprejudiced >cri>t.tiodfccnU of government of past few years the" democratic rulers have !VV V? ,/V titles. JAV3CFS T. WILLS in Macon with the vestibule Jiinitid for the Carolina, Virginia JWenst _
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I2t! k: 4 ,uodpolut, 'bo admitletl t t b p one'on thjc }k-o.p>. for the.pcoplc by the people; protected?them. It from is clear the that cormorant the Servant corporations -I' : i .June 3.1992. Special Master.Notice. and with jhrough sleeping car lihes; for [resorts in Tcnnes; ee 1 1tcckv

? -. ?-. V'V vliicli any fabpiTh4ed m\a ?ab ,stand. and.: l in orltec: ihalTsvmy return to these jias become our master and resolves itself i n : and all points'north and northwest.! V Sleepinjj! cars betwe.< **

1-t a ,, ..Therefore. is the tluty of the true dern. pure principles" in.oYcrnmenl, we
,vcr cy.of PloridH to rally t to the support V mandiAcutiotuU own the corporations thejsenplcf or shall V the corooraUous V : At a meeting',o. 5, Bradford cf the board couiity of,county J loridaV commiasionera Hampton, G 51 a. ra. and'O 37 p. in.,' Lake CityjS Q3 a. in'id 1Q55P't

4 uf tho ticket nnd c-j ihnt every tnau on it currency safe, sovnd and Banks- Jiiiional democratic platform. ; V of Bmdford county, Honda held at the A. KNAPP, Trafflo Manaz. JAMES J1KNZIT-5,
TrJDz VMAtt.V j court house June 6. 1SU2 thp votingplace of Dis-
: V \\f dccled; to tin this means ori.: T.'h';: flcaiblp, issued by the"general govern trient; of 1840: "The separation of government 1 '..1We { trict No. 5 was chsngedhom tho Pine Hill Aoadetny P31VATE LINGN rj Who are WEAFE&VOS D-
'- only; a'full legal tender for all debts V funds from banks isjndispensibie'National ;" to Litcsville school house four members Is sba flilil TAJED.vrholufonroria*
of public worth .
.tfomwpn enemy goo4 govern.ment-thc :pch.1 t.tJ' des yt-t4 of the board being present and all voting for the saricg? If she v/as vo-jr Iau'ght riTte4 V
democrivlic platfoim of 1836 b&ad;. r.io to '. you WOuld $ away their v'agui otV
: and : ; a p&i. reie cerlainljrsay-yesl
and that chance/
privnto It further- ordered that Cye
without tosn
the'USD was notica of un. IV
rrpubUctn! party U on the-tlcrt, nod "We Li.rks. i?, at3tt guarded V and Manhood.caui.iuut'VtCfTib!
declare lvn
u to brI5gerAt, moment,under ,
V unqualified hostility to bank this change be published in the Bradford ciemu prmI" oS
*ri v.uit1t7oratttV, Connty the via IttCbaJaebe bI
taift of
rpsri
.MZ; Vbilo It has no ticket in tho fieW as )et. It; pf bauking corporations; just, equitable notes.;' ;. 7- ds1nz, of gt, 1r brL.ct.ffii th Oar j bk r cati tuiiuc.n c&4 .i TELcaau-ii oncer week fo;tour, weeks,and that graeebo risge a 1JVVdyVVri3 herself kVerqelt in a condition to ihi.. dreadful areanr sr.T7f>alrnew cf roei >,rr.1upo
: and efficient means of distribution National tut r-rn' ,'t.* ttr.t/ros. : i the order for said change be recorded in the reg. awhfamiy. unless sometbtuuZ .tba face,and all ledl' t
; 'ttudji reny It, placebne there a soon as direct detn6crati6t platform.of 1840? 1DsoNI ,Suitab *istry of deeds lathe office of the clerk? the oir- 1'done.. VDuruig the euin_o;gesutJbB and coiit decay the effect (

,; IL 4I/ ; V V tlic popi *.n pan jr. lieaJeil by a feyr; orrLCKIS to tfio people at A tax not to exceed 2 percent "Congress barnopjwer. UV. chnt'er U. B. V "1003 FSt.. WI51IgtOn.Vr,. C.V 'cult eoiut at Bradford countr. By order of the gi flt'ementwe is axt eegtAtV! or$ r-t,, tab class ot nofortunafcn i free with pirtIciuZsXOt$* V V
E 35VVt borne .'
ttretrotad commissioners of said V ,vblc
baukViftstitutionsofdeadly gtnpz covnty
fnr hV&2itOS Iflu strides
.i sud etna vgueeTrom ).)parties: be proviiled ,&ajeel\forlh in the srmb.. the best interests of hostility to bcetict, -.2ZVeIJc rogre,!." pbberi Wz1e V V V county.W.T.WmsV V pyacy is observe4k V and under L.Je Immediate; DR.CUrOCTYflOPA?. ,-
4he fl PAKKER.-MOS', .
c ,4lirv'l laf a ttittt< ?In fln dtdlitcIi) weS3 trcaiury plaa of the 'formers' alliance, cr business V couatry "plactn, : it C4ut &aid oor<; art..c.ut.l4, TBptil t ta"IB-. Clerk Circuit Court. Clerk asd Auditor of Board, VV c.szeot skillful PkYhianaand uista ofV1rame.I fherrr ;
: *V 'wltftJnXTjie' Control" bf a conceii-tVtt5I V .M At pt4i L 'I of County- Core-pcjlstfoners.- BradJord' County. m4nles.rheoondSanaritanL AddresCj VPARKEE.aanfurn Snbciibe..stud ,, ,' d.
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: -Wr.'Joy-Krqwn i ..wasin the cityope 03 psies ajer Coming, : J -J%i 5= xiJ1VPH&J* *.1 bIs, &ei4 '

dayialt wee -. (Oy: jrsfesU vaf ui iliuiingwaylhhl Fjl : -
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I t, dav,nighi Julyjl, Ifr92"for tlie ?benefit of b night,, f Ike lth US1E&SNDN MA I 'SOflJFV ( w _
MFS "Agln8.iicw 'lioSsSffs raidIT the Odd Fv1low' idge: ot-Stirt whore -V'V.
ISiarke. Fla. ;June 17t892 '" irist; nti.orgnnizfd a camp, ,with: ; the following ; .
making rery effort to procure: fundstobuild 1 t- '
MtifdiEes.sler
\ ,,' ofileers snd men: V VV- V
? a.hall.: lce4crcamnnd: other refreshmcnt .- V

aJ2&iruWhy'buy'inferior liiTs. 'returned .will be ierwd by.the gypsy. f OincEie" ;N J Jones,"coinmanderr; )V -V YW.McDOiALD; >t Principal, -: L

XiStdcaL to her-Lome thisVe lCrV : girls id foil costumes There willjje lott w'MIiaia; : liiiensnr-ccinniander N .' M1S ELLEN iDATISf Assistant' knew-*maiit tiiq lativct 1&g frisids Mr G"' ,-,
: "-. of fun, so let evtry\ody come nM -+* f! ;
nr'whe ;-Z 4j : out PWAtu1iIgJi E'L-Stewart.sUr Helloed .pu fctti r :dona.barandcrMth
4'ron adjutant .
;,: : % Dr.xC'uIl of Hampton; ,w.is intheVitypn'Thursd.iy. help the cause of Fiiendship, Love;:and- ; ; t>Lkte of each Cn fnvti mitriptariml AOwI-
ettfwe t ionic at the same '.. i Truth. 7 "geon'B R-Wltkovskl-quarLerrnster! ; W Jttiy.Sth
for
: Will of
a term Sx .
, t Hcibergcr
4 Miss Clara Darby, expected to Jones; J.. Uglow, J. O. Ilnynes, F.'L J PThomas.videttc.. "Wbere't"Wbygtthat
.4 .A'fntl line of paints at: Field N: W. Hackett. '. rpohit
return frSmschbol ExECtrrnrE COMMITTES -T A Knight,
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Truby Sternbnrg & oiNj.Jones' to-niglit. '
: ; : .Admittance free'J6TWINE when th estIcoceivtXthat
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W F Edwards., V- -'- V V V
A A Johns. *
diess &Ir& Cbaires of Terms Tuition due in Advance -No deductions.ENTIREOOURSE dred dollar bill/were counterfoil. '*
whitq Cedar ia -
goods Keys
See ; OP CAROU!.a Tonic for Women. Ox DT-LAWS-R R -Joiner, 'W W'Mc- "Hal 1Za" ughitheb rus ,
._
-1, before you purchase. ( sitiug; .with- Capt. H, W. .JJnrrough'a r Douald.SM.Vells.( ...-,--, -,- .' -"FrettygOod tha bccyset.altI p V WJ
.family. An Important Circular. oer No. 1,. "Reckon ft puts the drfulu'on ; '
'Qnf line;; of ladies' black silk nm- The following explains itself: PaiVATES-D W Alvarez. J A. Simmons PENMANSPIP ALONE ....... .. ..JK:. .. .. .?:;. .*... .. SCO me. Wdl. give .yodr orders'.. 'e'ui'4

tr'i1Iu cannot be surpassed. Cash buys'- the goois cheap at COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. ) Silas Kite, W E Johns, Ben Kite MATBEMATICS ,.., .. .. .. listen to the next lie." .. Jt>j*

-. Trilby, Sternburg".Co. .; J. WYHodgts. Tallahassee,-Fla,, June 1,-1892. J JTo Jr. Jan Kite Robt Kite. W H Wynn. C "Gentlemen,"said** .__. : i
: Adams ENGLISH GRAMMAU .! .. '.... .. '/ .?;. ; / .. .. .,.,.. SCOf 'mannered representative pt the.s&o* trade,*
?* the ClerkS of the Courts M Spar fc man J M Alvarez, Julius ;
.ij T Circuit : *. ,
a.fufl
jpnes has, stock of Capt. .F. G. Miller, of Baldwin, :. .. -.. .>'$. .. ... "1 had a brother who.Used amuse' himself -".
GENTLEMEN The ciurL'of the Avery Powell. Elmer Alvarez,J J Rimet. BOOKKEEPING... ... .. ... .. ,... .. ..V... .. ; .X.OO
funeral supplies, coffins and caskets was in the city Thursday morning. supreme by knocking thvdlaiaonds oak.cf;bi-
sUite has given a decision in the case of Scott Arvarez. Felix WittoTski. Andrew PHYSIOLOGY. ._.. ...;. ;; .; 8.00 rings and burning-them upt" '
all .
at prices. ? Col Peek has .warned the people Noble A. Hull, plaintiff in" .error.S*. the Orecn.'l' R Sweat. Tom DeLoacli, W H PRIMARY DEPARTMENT, till noon..... ....,.1 ... 2.00 The weak voiced man paused 7 and th#< .f

: All kinds of hauling done promptly to clean up their premises at once. Slate of Florioa. ex rel. John P.. Tlollin, Under*:ill, Alonzo Alvarez, ilalc Wills, drummers Link gulped down their drinks, ach-
trying to t of .some
at J. -W. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. defendant in error, that materially modifies -, J W Andrews, L G Qnospelius. Luther wayot.crushbg'thLaoutrsjeoiia1ittkILar.. V ,
Mrs. F. R. Morgan and
fans in endless family section 7, Chapter 4011, Laws of Florid Jones, J E Wainright.M M Hal!. "Bet you five to one Lo never,burned jft,
fans
; :fans variety have returned home from their"visit named diamond,'* crclaimed ona V
On motion tne camp was 'Camp'Joseph V
t Truby, Sternburg & Co. at Daytona This course is designed especially for those who are preparing'to "Brf you four to cue diamonds .won't V
The decision of the court is to the effect E. Johnston. '
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the Ladies of Starke: teach, arid for young men and women tilting themselves for bookkeepers. burn. V VL
TO would call attention Tlie! young people enjoyed a social that any purchaser at a tax sale made prior Try ELACK-DSflu'OiiT tes for Dyspepsia.HLawtcy. Our methods are thoroughly Normal. "Bet you three to one ha;never.1 nockedi 4

vYe especial party at Mrs. Sternburg's house last to August 5th,-1891. or any person who a diamond out of a ring" i* *

Jo our ttne of fine shoes. Every pair Friday night.J. purchased a tax certificate from the state Bring all your books with you, when coming from a distance. The V "Ikt yoa two to on*your'brotherziveV* _

warranted to give satisfaction. the [We received the following i'em too Primary Department will be taught by Miss DAVIS, who has much experience had a diamond," VV V '

t Try, Sternburg Co. ., \V. Hodges, wants to make through comptroller's office prior to late for in ertion in last issue. It is a in the work. We guarantee ABSOLUTE SATWFACTIO-V.. "I'll take odds you never had abrothivr
August 5th. 1691, or the assignee of said "Gentlemen." answered the vfeak.voiced: '
room for new goods. Call and see continuation of the account of Mr. and
for sale
mounted Call address
Nice pictures purchaser, ia entitled to n tux deed after on or drummer ia even weaker tone ILtui
his
p cheap at'Morgan'* Razar.Go bargains. the expiration of one year from the dale Mrs. 0. II. Stoughton's golden wedding. usual, "I accept aU your bet3>,th 'unit be*' -
; -En.] W. W. McDonald ing five dollars Here Is my rolland! ira
to J. G, Alvarez for the latest The corn crop is very flourishing of the tax a tie. a? shown by tlu date, of 'Ttiey received also $50 from the deacons Starke Florida., palled forth a well stuffed wallet. Kindly '

tyles of gents' collars. since the rains and the prospects the certificate. On the presentation, therefore of the Park Avenue Congregational pat up yours.** V V V I

Traveler's Hotel in Jacksonville arejnoch brighter. (after one year from itsduteXpf a tax church. Cbicngo. a munificent money gift The drummers "put, up" Is *il nce
The
. certificate from a near neighbor and information ofa Then their mild mannered,comrade coo-
purchased to 5tb.
is the' only firstclas3 hotel to Miss of. Gainesville prior August tinned V VV
Mary Dromgoole, valuable package sent and on the way :
: keep open_all summer.Curtain is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W 1691 tue holder, under the decision of the from Chicago friends./* "Gentlemen, my brother is the professor .
court, h entitled to n tax deed in atcoidunce pJ44 F *f chemistry in Stevens Institute. Every

poles and lace curtains at Ellery Davis, of this city with section 57, Chapter 86Sl, Laws Give iu your Property.I NCIftTand3i year ia the coarse of his lectures bo i* al* '1

igi J.G.,Alva'rez. Mr. Tompsett and C L Peek art of Floridu; aprovLdJune[ 7, 1tS7. will lie at following paces at time lowed fifty dollars for the beautiful and- '
slated for the purpose of asbeKsiug tuxes: jj4 FLODFt { JtN'-) ( interesting, experiment of cnrLouialng-
Another lot of low shoes at low busy looking up the railroad inter As section 7, ( liupler 4011, Laws of Starkc, Thursday, June 16 diamond by beat. la order tomake Ibla

prices at Truby, Sternburg & Co. ests for the Ambler Lumber Co. Florida; went into effect on August 5lli.1H)1. Law'ey. Monday. -. 20 S s.JfJ .?- experiment more impressive my brother

) all tnx certificates sold after that Lake Butler. Wednesday, 23 LM EE.Vcit.kJ buys the diamond in advance and baa It actin jt

The nicest table damask in the Mr. and Mrs. S M Crews and period are subject to its provisions, and no Pine 1111!. Friday. 24 a ring which he'wears conspicuously-)

at N J. Jones' cheap mammoth daughter arc spending some time at tax deed can ibhiie upoa cerliticate purChased H unpton, Monday, 27 frcti end to end. Solid trt* .: cnrr/.u;;I'iJiai.i* yi.'cct Snff :Ori i' during the previous lectures. Then when

city Grandpa Crews' country home. niter that date, for i p.riodof two Palestine, Wednesday, 29 Room Sleeping Cars fra.n ST. AVGUSTIKF. t CINCINNATI *!:lcb'iiv..v. !.:-,tti 7i!. the day comes for carbonizing the gem b&: '

a dry goodsstore._ years from said! August 5. 1891. Providence. Thursday! SO D&y Coaths avc c-f *-:1l..sinouio a>uiot,clc., a'J a-.c Mt-- 7
The best Rio coffee Ibu. for $1a 'Miss Susie Alvarez accompanied As this ik-ciwn nf the supreme court Respect ri-: porter No tstra C.trC., Lturr: t. .'cthe rj 'it>. U.C5 A.M.; Jsci>inv"Jc.lij P.M. C..a- and burns it to dead and worthless mass

her sifter .Mrs. Kessier hor bears directly upon'your ollicml t plionun N C. WArNEIG liv. UnS:32P. i!.;V,* i swi t: *'. ?:.;JesapS-IO:. Ar.-Ivcr.Muc.-r.lt r. MAtj4JA.N.: of black cinders in an oxy-hjdrogen flame., '
Richard's.LADIES to M
,
} Heiberger' Jtr the revenue lawI dei-m it proper .- Tax Assessor. Clgtanoog.-L,?:3) A. --'r.CtcIr--,:;'*>?.M.. xr.Z f}.- :>,C.W:. >I.sr I assure you the experiment,as my brother ]

our line of spring and home atjlmpricus, Ga.; last week. that you hiii'iiuj jvceive: prompt uotitictitiou 7 performs it,, is well worth seeing;and. 1 i

Very itsp'jwtfuliy, Executive Committee. GaT1_4 '- will now trouble you for twenty-five,
dress is complete Prof. McDonald will County ( v.t c. al
goods soon
summer very commence -
W. i). BLOXUAU.
twenty, fifteen, ten and five,wliich makes
0 and prices way below compe a six weeks' term sell ol. Set -* I.oiuplioiler.J5SJ The couutj' executive coumitlee of PuHcan jd Mr.n EcJF-.t Eit-pTt- r* ire.Jj Ci"Cr7Iir. la CI CJXXATI .t'i : -lansr.fLtaves seventy-five dollars in alL *Than&st. .

tition. To see in to purchase. advertisement in another column. Bradford county will meet at tho court JaekEonvil'-e! Hall?, 7ri T. M.CiV-4nt! C/.3 .V.M ;Y.' y vj?H U.S1 ?.II.;Je-s,.. 1I-M I*.>!.. "You will DOW see. gentlemen, the advantages -

Truby Sternburg & Co. fcLACK-DRAUGHT teft cures Constipation. house at 11 o'clock on Saturday the 18th Arrives at Macon, 3:12 A. M.; Aitsan, 5-i" i'. 'I.; Cti'! jn, 2-3->!'. .f. Lric C'lS'trnxjca. '&'} which even 'a drummer may derive .' ,

Rev J G. Bonnell ind Mr. A \VBiddle of thi month. All members arc expected P. M..arrives la Cinci-.nr'.i,':SJ A. *J., aH Cl'Tcnso S:3J T *T. from having received a liberal education.

of The Tobacco Field. to Ix present ToughSl.cping! Cars leave C'-mtUoHK-a te V.'ifb'.r. v*.,rh-.tuce'ph;* an-1 K >-Yj. received full line of James Lawtey. are delegates to V
Just
a Like everything lse fonnectcd with fie J. L. HILL. _
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'. Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez. the nation il 1 prohibition convention.. raUiug of tobacco its cultivuiiou is Ch'n Co. Ex. Com. r "Valley Ho-at CURIOUSCULLINGS.VV V .

A new stock oi com'ns and caskets There is every prospect that the an important; matter. In fact, one-half Notce to School Iatts to all Eastr Points are a !OT by ttece HUM j,ly sny !"! nil rc=.cs. Fcr Jrh rrve- --_V .
Supervisors. eons,odei! and fcll Informstitn,apply to a.y'Xicbrt Agt t i i.t riulidi.or io The Manasseh society is a peculiar Or
of tlie work the land '
at N. J. Jones'Best.shirting railroad from! Stnrke to Sti'.nn' on t ought to have
All school supervisors who have not ganizgtion in Chicago composed of colored 1
calicoes .only 5c'per river will be built in the near fin iii'.. IK-HI (loinj .-efosxjtt pl>mt vs set mad' their census reports will have them F. H. JOLLY, Oist. Pass. Agt., 82 W. Bay St., Aster B'cefc' 1ACS3GN ILL FLB. \. men who have married white wives. / V

: at & Co. i"h.yoiii.4! IbI Mil, it J.H-s not n-q-iire much itt I the court i'.nust on I the 27th of June, W.'WRENN. C. X. KZGHT, River men of the Missouri toy that rir-
Sternburg
yard Truby, MiSH Agnes Howe, of 'Kintirsli.v <.f n hill. 1-ul L a giiini hit of ;otl lietweeiillu with the s-tnv pr''p-rly sworn to All Gcn'l Pass. Ticket Art, AssS Geu'l Puss. Act er's .banks are 'movias ,wcsfvrard. No

Have you tried Sweet Home flour? laic., has gone to New York to spen1 row>. s-i U\i: moMureill I be retained who lu.vo made their report and have KNOXVILLE, TENN. ATLANTA, CA.K. scientific explanation of .the''fact V can be-V
the summer with ln-r brut he1 Charlie t ot swur 11 to them, will see the 3 iperintendeiit given. -
The tales increasing day.
are every,
I'e sun- d I all the
in f.a weeds i.wny on or before that dy for the
pur The fish trha
t
For sale Ichthyophag, or eaten, -
it.
The best trade utes by Hot weather has at last set in in from the mi in sta'k. if nreds l be go Ovir pr.se of i.ttiichii.g their atHdavil; thereto. lived in a region bordering on the Persian V

Heiberger & Richard., good earnest anti the people are beginning tlufiil l iinil pull t them up by hm.fl. J. L.Supt. HILL, gulf, are mentioned as Laving the custom, V

Spring goods in an endless quantity to swear nnd perspire freely UiK the hue to take out ail the weeds Put,!. lmlruction. L. STEWART, M. D. FOB SALS. of invariably committing their corpses to'
the ocean, thus repaying the obligations
at'N. J. Jones' mammoth store. b"lween the plants. Tax Notice.
Mrs. R. R. Joiner and left Office cito they had incurred its inhabitants..
t family After the lam now.rendy! to assess the city The V
plants are well rooted then property following described properly loale'd
has received advertisement for to fill the
J. G. Alvarez just a An a man '
For Americus Ga. to few
spend a I shall be at T R. Sweat's store
flour. the Dixie should tie laid) aside and a cnltivatur within the f ci>rp natc limits of the position of hangman has been published in
load'of
par "Diploma" months. The doctor will follow f-very daf.\ Those who own town prop Starke Drug Company.
later. introduced. Al each working keep erty will please c;'ll and give it 111, so that own of SUfke, is ofiereit for sate: the Vienna Official Gazette.. The salary'

Our stock of groceries js the most a little further away from the plant and there l be no mistakes tnyStf-V Two Acres of.Laud offered L* 1220.per annum, with ISO .for '
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complete in town and prices way Last regular meeting of the S. L plow shallower. Do not distuibe the soil made.T W. SWEAT. TfE POWELL, H. 0., veil fenced, upon which is a good well didatesmnst lodging and $100 give for certificates two asafetanta.Can ability,- r-*- -'

down to- hard pan. I.[ A., was at Mrs. Trilby's residence, clove to thi Plant! after it Is from onehalfto May 20. 1892.-4t City Assessor. painted and plarlered two-story dwelling; perience and good character. V< V

Truby, Slernburg fc Co. the next Meeting will be al Mis. thri-e-fnurihs giown. Keep up'sultivftiou ;- The MONTHLY EDITION of the PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Ofllce an excellent well of water bricked from Snails'eggs Absorb moisture; The moit

\Vaffdns and wheelbarrows at Sternbnrg's. so lopg jis you and :i horse can gft South Florida Home devoted to everything he chiy; good stable and outlmiWinga. singular thing about them' however, Is*
th; t pertains to home mnking and their marvelous vitality.-. They may be-
the The following is Ht of the
through without
Trees
a
rows
: Morgan's Bazar. The Presbyterian church is, receiving breaking the home living in Florida will be sent six at Calilu Drug Store* grow- burned in a furnace,and thus reduced to
leaves. All nourishment must go to the months for 25 cents, as \ve want to intro STARKE FLORIDA log upon th? p'ace: powder,yet on the application of molst..rsthey
. nice ..bright coat "of .
Look at ourSc ohallics.Trnby a paint.It leaves hence we urge: keep all the weeds duce it in every household in the state mylStf 90 Plnm Trees, 13 varieties. 2il year swell and regain ttreir vitality, hatching

'4 Sternburg & Co. is beautiful. little church and is down. Too many \vteds show slovenliness Write your experience HI making a home rearing V ; di<;.stnnt8 5, 2 varieties Ap- .out. aa freely successfully as if

kept iu excellent repair. iu Florida or auy information that will razee & Hall they,had been.let alone.Absolutely .
and careless cultivation. pies, 6 trees ((3 S'laailard
gNo crust ) 3 on Pcarnmts
Job printing .of all kinds at the t'e of benefit to the Florida settler. Address ;

: TELEGRAPH office. FOR SALE CHEAP.-Child's should be allowel to form rround a plant, Monthly South Florida. home St. Alt'ys and Counsellors at law 40 Orange Trees. 4 varieties; 77 Pear, Bucklen's Arnfca Sahie.Thu .

i black walnut crib, large size baby therefore give the crop special attention Petershure Fla. Mention this paper 4 varieties; Apricot '7; Persimmon hOst sal'tt In th( world' for"cntgbrniaestj '

r We have everything you need and carriage and,marble top center, ta during the j oung season. when you write. ROOM NO. 1, JONES' SLOCK. ':7. choicest varieties; Peach '80. large tetter.soros. ulrers.lwivl salt raeum'diill-hlnx., fever.

t:4: will make prices to suit the need of ble. Apply at this office.Don't Make plant grow so fast that a worm moss-back, gentle reader is
your pocket book. will have no chance to get a foothold. between the tif Ui century and the fifteenthRe / -Downey Bulld'g. cor. Third and the above trees are in bearing most lively cures r>ilps<.>r tin jwy rcquirou. 1Cispu
that the office
forget printing Centerstrs-. Fernandina Fla, ranteed to Kiv sr iA>rf r-l sothfacLiot-
,
Sternburg & Co. .Be and of them in their ,,
Truby sure replant. .Leavc.no second
tip-stairs over'N J Jones' dry vacant is found is fossilized form in every year. or.tnoney refunded. l* ieo ii cent* per

N J. Jones has 8QO Crosby ccrnetery goods establishment. Come in and spots in the rows by so doing y ou let in city in the United States and still lives. H. E. LAGERGIiEN This place must be seen tobc.appreci- box. FprS3leb.rW.'URIr !r*.

lots for sale. see the editor when in town. too much su. Not.only this but full He raises his rents, detests a boom. loves need. >For further information apply to Glanders-ll fs said thai pupr '(tin be

rows will,enable each row to mature uniformly to have'others bear all the taxes, hales a LAND .SURVEYOR
DR. used ht keeping l ) -
A. L. SCOTT cffrctivoTy : |crson wy'nn
lii kw We have the most stylish straw The railroad company got plenty then the bust results from an acre new enterprise despises anything which Deputy County Surveyor. ,
below.competition. of water for their tank here by. digging will be Starke .Fin. 1itzttiy-Tlnit'is very true Trvrormbersx -
hats in town at prices wholly yours.A plant missing here and ,
smacks of and '
progress helps :i to ,
paper All Line run from U. B. ?urvoyB Field Notes thirly duy: note of niiiie feet. The does
120 water not
there will tell at
weighing time and
causo boom its town.. the
own They are as Levcllliie and Braiiinge Systems, etc. %vt t'VtImOIII1I Ex
i : Tnib'y, Sternburg & Co. rise to the top of the-ground. your yield tq be far ICES than you expected. drones to the hive of industrious been, tCalI at this O.Tice. TJ.D. MINERWatchmaker A Nothtncr V __' V_* j,
like Trying It. '-
.-Floridian. STARKE FLORIDA. ,
will and like the live- business
Fall of this becvthe man
term court
"Quite English,you kiiow"Loudon year 4 Tfaftre !* xoihInpcihat will..so quick!;*
Swells cigars at J. G. Alvarez. be in session'on election day, which fficELREE'S WINE! OF ORDUI for Weak NerYei. should avoid these drones and patronize .ARCTiO s.-ixiar one oth4viihtt.r'tiiatnherl4n's, | .

will be* .very awkward for all who those who ore an advantage to the place Pain iiolm for rji urnatsnm a.% t personal I'
An interesting case involving the trial. (live .it a Iimira nni see how.
NEW quest .
.NEWGGODS GOODS.1
have.business with the court.- they reside in.Ex.PIlcEIree'o CANDY STORE and
ion of marriage before the war was tried quickly the r>atn wIll siil ulc. I'or aalaby ,
in all departments at ftll medicine dealerg. VV V
Truby, Sternburg & Co/ Mr. Albert Chancy, of Tallahassee, before Justice Moreno of Pensacj.la the Wine of Cardu? 0. K. EXHBY 1.1 r iiii VV__ '' i' .* r f V11cr.

: spent several days in the city. Rn- other day David Wilson,'an old colored and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are .Imnburul wears a jojful look'rNow

: New line of low shoes just received mor says that he is soon going-to man was formerly a slave in Alabama, for sale by the following merchants ia (CORNER RAILROAD AND MAIX STREET, Jeweler that the tree*Bre.niit; V 'i

'. at Truby, Sternburg & Co. capture-one of Starke's fair belles. and before the war was married to-a slave Bradford comity: s-riK ., FLA. Poroow'rfthiriime that for can pt t

woman on un unjoining plantation in STARKE DRUG Co., Btarko. Her sealalttii irp'i te s -
The TELEGRAPH will be sent to Starke's Odd Fellows will
give a G. \V. YOUNG.Hamntoii.JN'O. .
I Vegetables Fruits and Staz1e 'Ctoakhieview
the general dcmoralizathm which ensued Candies Fla.
A. KINO, LakeButler.. .
.
address for $1 in rlemingwiy V ,
a tea store V
any year. gvpsy after emancipation the two became J. P. McCULLEY, Lawt y. Summer Drinks.
on the first Friday night in July, sep IL. ( PARKER. New River st.
? Go to J. G. Alvarez for the best towi'ds building arated and after many years of waiting COCO COLA Nerve Tonic, and CHAM 'If f never he imitate.fc>roeom'tneott (ltaIfl4 .-
the proceeds to apply
5c cigar. and believing that his wife was dead, Wilson Pronounced Hopeless. Yot Saved. I'AIGNE MIST. Iierlaiii'i Cough Remedy a a abiotiitvIy

_ ft hall.J. removed to 1'eusncola. This was 13 From a letter written by Mrs. Ada. K, Agent for ilallnry! Steamship Line. Largest Assortment of the ,**sayM r.i" ILV IcehiLl;' A5r4ht.
'. Men's M ra w hat various styles Hurd. ttrotnn, S. E)., we quote: 'vasiagnwith V alit business mann er of the Youngstort.,
W. Hodges has the, goods to or 14 years ac<>. and some time afterward a bad cold, which settled 01: oct9-6m Ohio, Dally Telegriiin,on? nf.thamnatu:

find shapes, nice and cheap at sell and invites inspection by all he marticil colored woman of Pcnsncola] HIT 14uns.eoughi; set in and finally lrmiiiKlo.l -- Watches Clocks and lufliientlHt valuable iiewspUperiilnthfr
J. G. Alvarez. cuckey?-statr Mr. Ienphsgaavsr!
He says that'hia stock mustbe reduced They lived together as mm and wife until iu Consumption. dectorsgav.i li ; "I have found U a;eorfciin curo\torihe V
me Keying t could i.ve but u
up
"If yon-want a pretty Four-in-hand as be does not want to carry a short time since when Wilson's former short time. I gave my self up; to my ?!! $ Jewelry, cough usually following-ntUck of thcripl *\ .

.tie. or scarf cheap go to over spring goods. wife arrived in the city. For more Saviour, determined itt could 'not stay *. ""'I" r.wvn* keep it. bottle of it Inv V
the hAuc. tz1.ett w'iletiy
btttefo ;
-' than 25 yours Wilson had believed her to with my frienda on the eartli, would V
J. G. Alvares.
'The ladies served ice cream yes be deud. and on meeting after there long meet iiy: bnont Ones nbo'e. My husband *H.ina4kiue leiiers '

. raise to the years of separution. the old love of ante was advised to get Dr. ICing's New Discovery Special attention given lo the repairing The.
to equip big
LADIES, .ask.for'OKD'3 terday money neilinu drtyj" was revived and they at once for Consuniptiou, Cou7lS and 'H :;' ('L-t of Clocks and Watches
military company in better shape. resumed their former relations as husband Colds. I tavo it a trial, took ITI nil, oishl( d.$ yon hang arvuod liefVsotmKjiT V

Assistance is needed by the company anti wife. The change of affairs angered bottles i I nas cured me, and thank (Joil I Good work done at reasonable rates.Kemoral Jolinny I'z wafttnjftci'Lcaru'ttt: jowel- '

J the Peusacola wife and she had Wilson I am now a well mid hearty woman. : whHWc.! he timid liarc lu
,, ITT!NO very'much just now. Trial bottles free at Starko DniR CO'R _..sCr. Pap llie'd
- '-' GOT WKAIfint arrested for living iu adultery with his store, regular slzo. S'ta' and fl.nn. 4 of Land Office. wbithfc for Lillf.par: for Ibthasir-
'!>?rhetiee: : .cream festival of the fird wile. Tuc case was a complicated *
Truby. Sterntair? & Com for lie to decide but it Florida sometimes I desire to inform my friendi and those who ment wiap-ifarward lampoon.
: Ladic.H: Aid Society, which Jwas to one justice !, as appeared is uniquely original V V V -
Penstcoiti wife had may wish to cngnge my cervices tht I have :
tlml the two !lit its progressive-ness. The litest evidence V V
be held to-day, is postponed to next moved my Land Office for d time from Starke to MiasQrace Wttfejorinris little girt &
living husbands al tliu $time of he.'marriage of this ia the incorporation of a L. GASKINS
-v 'rU'slayening on account of the my residence one mile west of Bed eleven'yeam, resllinstln) i.iltfmor
SUrte.I
'S to U'ilsihv, and that Wilson hat l company to establish a sea ci<;v. or inm; *"
I Guards'festival yesterday. reason ta believe Lin first wife dead, he tee ranch in Card's sound near Biscayne DEALER IN Shall until further notice make my headquarters Ohio.bled with Kttul rheumatism vrb.-UKhesavs two: "I yeAr waatrou.*.tmt r ?

was discharge!, and the old couple will bay for the propagation of that ungainly Drugs &Medicines at,the Commercial hotel while te Stwke could get nothing to dome any okL I ,

Miss Helen 'Itfchard, Mr. K J.ToneV no douU Uc iell to live out the remainder animal. The manatee, when full grown from 11 Rm..to 3 p ra.eachday. wax'io> hfilplcm tlr.tt I bad l tu. be -nrrietllike'ft *e

F popular; and, accomplished of their days in peace sad quiet after their weight from 1000 to 1500 pounds. lis V Starke, Fla( S. F. GARDINClt.Startc .' 1)51,0. when I wx 'fldvi
bookkeeper has returned to,the city long fcepiiialluu Pcimcuia 1'ews.McEhe' flesh is said to \3t superior to beef and the Physicians' Prescriptions Fla., May W, 189i bottle cf Citaiuberliitn'.' Pain flaIinI,
bides arc excellent for polishing wheels ent .it from our drusfgUt Mr.. J.\r
WSfcfc t.? iJMFuiiilor female diseases.We L'arcfu y Compounded at a hour,-day ot
1 nnd resumed her.position, after a and other purposes when only leather &n P&TErNTCaveats Knmblcr, Wtuf-iu three $ --- V1uc'Unparalelcd
two months' outing, looking, much will have something new in inch or more in thickness will answer. an 1 Trade-Iarka obtained and all Patent and wuJkintraronml. TJiavo i'ot/eJtanyT" '
itsIue end
limbs
returupt are a
her'rest and recreation business conducted for MODERATE my
(I oO ;.'4" 4 improved by shoes to offer eat-lynext week For Good Look out OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U. 8.FEES.PATEST Ilmt4fIs therever.vero." 5t) ;- '-' :.

anything, on .particulars call at Good l oks are more than fkin deep Office and ve can secure patents ia loss time tles"fi i'tle I'ahl niefiIeintIeaier_ : ,. .
Ifyonireiie. your 'Ii & Co. lependiinj upon a healthy condition of Bargains and at less cost than those remote troznWaS.! V -V _; V -
F. subscrjption to the, TELEGRAPH- we Stornburg all tha vital organs. If the Liver be ii-J iagton. VV -V rItiuiMei.fl1eI., V
Send mode!, i
drawing with
pbotn
will' take aits, corn, fodder, potatoes tumblers fruit active, you have a. Bilious Look, if m tion. We B>1 vise.. if p or UenUble, or not descrip,free of Roll on, thou blue. foflKlte(i eat ,. V

IQ rt chickens; or anything else Fruit jars, jelly your stomach be disordered you have a charge Our fee not due tiU patent UMcnrad. .And,whiten ihe riMtki'WUh.Ilij'' .
eggs jar rubbers and tops atTruby byspeptic Look snd ifour kidneys bi .Jfew Lace, A Little Cook: ,'"How to Obtain Patents"with .f
,' to turn off and- allow. full namt of a t>i&I clients state, We view ihie tyitljva'fvtem
It's Dollars to Cents you want & Co. affected you havo a Pirchod Looks New Veilings, iaycur ,county" ti. tt
Sternburg V
town,rent irpe. Addrc-aa. VVV
,
that you part with your dollars and cents market priced -, tf' Secure tood health and you will have New Hamburg Edging V C.A.SSOVf&CQ* And the
good looks. Electric Bitters is the great op ,. Patent Office. WAaHiKoro,D. C
with some rrltjctauce. After getting the :The iPe ple's Restaurant sold at The only $2 a (lay hotel hi Jacksonville alter&tvo and Toaic; it acts directly ont New Swiss Embroidery, OtSitfltfUD.. 13V t

Money, the djfHc-a'.iy, is to keeb it. Isn't "auction last Saturday for is The Travelers thcsi vital organs. Cures Pimp <"., New Mitts and Gloves, SoJentiflc AmeriouiAgeBcyftr V V T
public Blotches Boils anti given a (rood co n- Ladies'Under Vesta. V $100fleward..- V V '$10 Q
U Iruc Unit: ytu an* c.insal1y'teptcd! to 4350. F. -li- .'Morgan' andVm OLD RIP TOBACCO. plexion. Sold Rt Starke Drug Co- New Belt, V Thw readers nf ttieTELKORAir! .wl
' part witli '. ami Hint; yo\i are constantly Tison were the.lucky.tuyers. Miss store, 50c. per otlle. 4 Misses' Corsets, V pleased to Ieanrthatthcr,1stje1
. 'Ilcbew this brand, who nev.fr s. .. i ii VAs Hair Curlers.. dreaded disease that,, scf ,, 'h
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yielding tc.U.H i.-mptation; ? If ask of it D. VV f mnbl
you Lizzie Ward has, charge ,now One Ai M."IIowcan : ,to cure in ail Ui ftiatr ,
tried before **; nd I
us.vthelherv urtputtins; temptation and running a first class restaur- I prove my devotion?'* Glass ware Tin ware Wooden ware : V, catarrh: HnU*>*Catarrh cure

yJr !,ay. lHU! t, ting) left fur iis but atit And having bought it oiise, comes He asked ID accents deep. Crockery ware Umbrellas, Suspenders po !tive enre cow known to thrnlka4
and Under Shirts
Shuts
Hosiery, Hand
bask for more. fraternUr, 'raJftrrLbefu '
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tOnwntjI. Th.rs };;bal conatUutiOM-
just \yhHl we are doin8v Then said she. with much devotion, kerchiefs. 'Collars and Cuffs, Perfumery. V
The- !hidie -of the8L..1.A.; are Sold by Truby, Stevnburg & Co. ,dkcase! 'requires axwmUmionat
T .. TOU V M..W .Jh.it: it n.v y easily lw hsfoollsliiokWptcoiK'y prepif ring a,treat.for the interested "Give mea chaace.to sleep.'' Knives and Forks and 11,000 other articles treatment Hair CitiirrhCTitre 1%taken i
? it is which cannot lie enumerated here, which lnttrrnilty, I Iho
us some'lines
publicvioi be given about the r6fth Try our cigars, we,have the best Better than 'a -$1 bottle'of Blood Wocd! and
; to pnrt jv-iili }lL ieor V Purifier. wO}be ofTere-1 at prices never before heard mucowa*nrtaeeKoftha evetan. 2
when-it redst lemptait of July. The country school as it rssorlmentja the city.- of ia the history of Starko. MbZ4 1 ( I BstDwAY ZW b reby tleErDyirg th tiurdabm p1'th.Z\V4;
comv in th.-temptins f.-ni..f & Co. Dr. "W.H. Evans the leading drogzistofSanford O4d. biuusn?tr seniuq vatttnA.ms_ dissasu iltid;ri Y ticI 1J iCrI5tX p1)
Sternburg
rt-tbeldays of our forefathers Truby, < and JCvery petec4 tak 4
our rccord-bre Florida, snyn: "I always Come secure some of them before eat b ba te bsfsitiittifj by building i autlsI&tn
mg UrgHins. j Oa air Hot to
resrel the iv.riicg of' your dulUn 'Fhils iitrianiiittwihl.bi given for Son nmlirelks and fans, biggest Pill*. ''I nell more of them than-any other proprietor', harVi8mo -h' *'
$ !
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; and cents wLca yu leave ihemlri exchange a worthy purpose.nd'a.U should at- assortment nnd-lowest pnces at pills carry in stock.-. :There are no ew Ycjk Suction Store. curative pwh4 tbvffer Ctot If
better and dose of.then.twill often
one
for died pollard ibr ea* tl it
S value our goodisye' :ate sure.to' 's fcndN ; If you: want to enjoy'a good : :. Trnby Sternburg'& Co. do-more good than a dollar bottle of any cur!. SfldfrJt 4't'V* nt tail* HI ,"
give you received' blood pnrifler in the market.- 'For sale '
"The Country Addes,
laugh just ta see ; ,
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I, t : praise;of thiprOtCctLfttff and U. -In Vdtes'ia'fnecommittce"wai madeowinjUT '' JaincsBUinei' pfe d tbrouabout the; :XItey u.Q" : :. s"i: '. .:rjorgot.m1 ,opera-gls ;

;r s utjIe: .! id. therpartyts dutyVwas': to: .thd" fact: thVt! tho-:,Harrison men.had: audience.W, ..iB.Maltisbn ii. corpred,' :uth Diik) H rrion'8} ;_ -: ; Would;)o kindly' ,lend ma- yours Just a,

..+.: see t'itt tht-re was ijree and honest bal : w6n"over: three niembers of -the{creden' *: deleipite (r Misaissippv! .also'seconded.' .Notth.DanBr1& I'2, :Blaine, ;:4.- ':momentr ._ .-, '
. :. ,: I otiuall the 1uid. :T secured' tho l\.tion! orBlalne": ".*. '" ).7 j .1.. 'man Iii seat behindj -"vcry
...' ptitof _. :. tab 'committee and-thereby a nom -ontana..Harrlson 5Blaine; ,Tyrant :
!; + -'c- ;A4Y- 7red"Dougl8ss called: to-the, .:,p"1at-. '11'tj Jiti. 'When' Chsirman Cogswell DcpeVj;. .in(:!;lengthy. and stirring: shington-Harris ml,"Blame'.: sorry,'madam_but need. i it,to ait on.

f"Jg, form amid great applause: :mov8ttli 'the'majority report be adopted speech seconded the nomination M Har- .Ohio-Harrison 1McK1nley.4.oregoHsrrisoniMcinIey.7.. "Clsaai. (7\Jt

p.J $ S Binghani,
.," the.report'of the rules committee making. 'son' ele2atcs ,and. when Chaw cet :L- ;: At the conclusion of the call of states Pennsyl vania-HarrisonJS,.Elaine 3,. ? yet -ur. wh8ri costive or bfl. '

thelrules of the'S 1st congress the rules of, Pulley, of Missouri moved.to substitute ex-Qoycrnor-. Sewell, of :New Jersey-," McKinley \; lou 9T when the blood U Impvt or. ." I ojI _

J. iamsoN the convention 'with'' 'necessary modiflcat'ons. therefor the minority report the applause' moved thrtt the convention proceed to Rhode Island:Harrison.6, ;Blame ,1.McIinley. to'pemutBentiy ours-bltnai ooasrlpstUoa on, I

tttaUILAIUE1ACT1O : .. Cha'rmau 'Foraker, of the"'com- which followed from the Blaine: leg.tes'told ballot. When the state of Ohio was' .!, Reed 1. to awaken the kidneys ant llrer to a healthy I1 \\ I jjTqj_

t mittee on resolutions,/asked for further. the galleries that the long'expected reached,:occurred the most dramntic incident : South Carolina-HarrIson. Blame 3, J aot1T1ti.. without' Irritating< cw.w.tnfDc t '

- -t time:: .Granted. Poraker was. cheered fight between the Blaine and:"Harrison. -vvtr witnessed a national con-, .McKinley 2. them to dispel headaches'cold or ferars, nse I .
by the convention. The rolls of 'states ventiorr;that of candidate Elaine 4 McKinley ,cepelGwr.r
; forces was .on. a presidential_ Tennessee-Harrison _17, ; Syrup of figs. Rj i
for the'nomination of national committeemen Mr. Filley made an.argument in behalf challenging the legality"ef the vote cast' 3., ..

: 1Ifi1IiIiat1mllcaJh& were" then jcalled. The report of of the minority report. The point he for him.:by his iwn' state. Ohio gave two Missouri-Harrison'28, Blame 4, McKinley to The to be only a greater true way circumstance to conquer to circumstances Tourselr. ] -aH. the proper, -fun t.w, .i<

: .the. committee on rules WAS'adopted. mae was'thit the regular organizationof votes_ for B njmin Harrison and forty- 2 I manhood. Dr. ,PierceY .

'Aifumberof'memorUrs and resolutions the party in the Alabama case had four for William McKinley, bnt'BIcKin-s" > .Nebraska-Harrison 15, )IcKinley,1.Nevad BKOWB'S Iron Bitters cures Tlf >raiaMala.rla. ''Prescription is theregulates ;.

,;: ,-. -: ,, vert presented and referred. the.varinui been barred from their regular place of; I ley chall- D1t d lhe"rvote, stating that he: Harrison 6. Strength. Biliousness,aids Digestion and General tones the tr.nerves Gives and Kn di. -

: .: ,' i committees without being read. On meeting by a United States deputy marshal -. was a delegate from that state. Foraker New Hampshire-Harrison 4,'Elaine 2, creates appetite.. The best tonio for Nursing promotes, :|their :s4
_? : .. ''- : motion the credentials committee adjourned .- but Mr. Massey, of Delaware. maintained was at once on his feet. "But'you baTe Reed Lincoln 1. Mothers.weak women and children. I tion! and removes; '.the': o tftf

j till o'clock. Thursday. that the'case bad been considered been retired from this delegation.Mr. ,New Jersey-Harrison 18, Blame 3. .judicious reticence is difficult to learn but tions and 8uppresao "hich"'ei 7 ,

$ : TQIBD DAT. fairly upon its merits and that the majority Ccairm: m, by your election to the chairmanship New York-Harrison 27,' Elaine 85, it is one of the greatest lessons of life. trouble and misery., -At .the :two t

The Thursday mOIning sessionwas report should be adopted. Mr. of this ,convention, and we no McKinley 10. DeafneM C..'..Cared critical periods itt a woman'.1ife'j;

', a. very' brief oner The, dele- Kiiight of California, 8POke.warmly in longer know'yon as a member of the OhIO North Carolina-Harrison: 182.3,Blaine -By local applications,as they cannot reach the the change from girlhood to Womanhood ''
favor of the minority delegation." "The chairman overrulesthe diseased portion of the ear.. There Is only one ,1
i tt -3 gathered.slowly- and by 11 report. 21-3, !rcKioleyl.'WyomingHarrison. and,later the b '
and that 1s :
of I icrsaid to'For way to cure deafness br constitutional "change |life"it
o'clock perhaps three-quarters of Senator: Wolcott, of Nevada, in speaking print or McKinley 4, Elaine 2. remedies. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed is a safe '
for the minority 'kl'r.Hand asks the secretary of the condition of the mucous lining of the perfectly anxLan'-etv; ,
of the delegates were in their seats,, and report, warmly Arizona-Harrison 1, Elaine_
I
.J-fj : Eustachian Tube. When thV tube gets inflamed pecially valuable .
denounced the convention to call the roll. Another .remedial'agenL
: I 1he'latlldu'were not half full. There notonly deputy New Mexico-Harrison 2. you have a rumbling sound,or imperfect that Y-
& .4 h waa little enthusiasm manifested. At- marshals in .Alabama but hundreds ovation fell to he 1'ifof the governor of Oklahoma lint rison..2. hearing and when It Is entirely closed. can.produce only-good :resnlta>, ?

.Fdt.v 1 .11:22.. Ch-iirr.aa McKinley, with a' of'office holders who were Olio: this time, however, from the Harrison District of:Columbia-Elaine 2. mation deafness can is tha bt'result.taken and out and unless this the tube inflanv re-, It's a powedu1invigoratin tonic;. **

nun.bcr of sounding blows with the new today present in (Ibe'galleries and in the delegate s, in admiration of his.loyal i Utah.Harrison 2. stored to its normal condition.hearing win be and a soothing and rtrengthening :

: ; ; hall of this convention, crowding out thepeople's support of the president. Indian Territory-Harrison 1, Baine! 1. destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are nervine ; legrtimate medicme .. .. ;j!
caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed :
,7. delegates in their frantic attempt There was tut little noise throughput Total 904 1-2; Harrison 535 1-4, Elaine condition of the mucous surfaces. purely vegetable, perfectly harm- ';
to n nominate the president. The greatest the I hull as the secretary of the convention 1821-6 McKmity 182, Seed 4, Lincoln 1. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any leSs-and i.
interest manifested' when Colonel calmly turned the leaves until the roll of 453. case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that weeannot carefully adapted, by:aai : \'
Necessary for u choice Hall's Catarrh Vv'A
cure by taking Ours. experienced
I II. M. Duffied, of Detroit, the Alger the Ohio delegation WitS reached, and vend for clrcniara.flree. physician, to woman's" "
called the first of the list that of F.J.CHXHXT A COL.Toledo.0. delicate needs. .
mtnacer, a I : -: 'JJZ1il.Umr, .Jl1 minority report. Powell Clayton, of William McKinley, Jr. "I vote for The is the text of the pht- Sold by Druggists 70c. For all the"derangements,frreg -y t;

.1. Arkansas, also defended the majority re Benjamin Harrison," said the great protectionist following The fear of future evil is in itself the jrreatwt larities, and weaknesses peculiar'to' .. ;
adopted convention
J; port. Tnero was wild applause whenChauncey -, and. the gratifying cheers that form as by the : < of evils.__ the sex the Favorite Prescription1'. ;
: esoundid the hall "We reaffirm tha American doctrine of pro MxiwUUA cured and eradicated from the
the through were quieted
$* .,; Depew. arose to support tection. We-eall attention to its growth abroad. system by Brown's Iron Bitters.which en- is a remedy so certain that it can be
-
"= 3h mnjoiity repr.rt, which he did briefly. only when the object of all this enthusi- We maintain that,the prosperous condid'n of riches tho blood tones the nerves aids diges guaranteed. If it doesn't :
gf < ;c" Jrhj Ex-senator Miller, of New York, spokefor nsm w vid his gavel depreciatingly to our country is largely flue to the jjuse revenue tion. Acts like a charm on persons in general faction give aatia:1'
.c. ; in
the minority. Miller closed by moving restore order. The call was continued, legislation of the republican congress. We believe ill health,giving new energy and strength. every case, the.money1 is!, ,

F& as'a parliamentary motion that the Cheer after cheer was given until Governor that all artio es which cannot be produced As every thread of gold is valuable so is returned. No other medicine for'

'i' 1 7 Cogswell report be divided and, vote McKinley said : "Mr. Chairman in the United States, except luxuries, choulclbe I every moment of time. women is sold in this. way, ;
EMI!?? ytit*_ % kq admitted fr.e of duty; and that on all imports
44'V. ( on the Alabama party alone. Chairman and GcnVemcn' of the Convention coming into competition wuh products of American !The Only One Ever Printed. No other medicine can"be. v
_.__ _
n n move that the rules be suspended' and labor, there *h uld be levied duties equalto CAW YOU TI5D TOT WORD r .
t f that Benjamin Harrison be nominated i ha differrence betw.e wages abroal and at There is a S-inch display advertisement In .ooe.. s.
\i'' uniranimou! ly for president of the United Lome. We assert that the prices of manufactured this paper,this week. witich has no two words torpid liver Is the soaroa djrspepir,
\ I frticles of genera consumption have been alike except one The same is true of _sin sick headache constipation plies,Abillons ifi
,.. __ States by acclamation." The Harrison i reduced under the operations of the tariff act of each new one appearing each week from The fever,chills and jaundice.tTutt'sTinyPills. "
people' gave one wild, hysterical cheer of ,,1800.V e denounce the efforts of the democratio Dr. Harter"Medicine Co. This house places a Jr

a exultation and approval, but there were majority of the house of representatives to destroy publish"Crescent Look-on for everything it, send them they make the nnme and !

cries of "No, nld 1 R-'ll call 1 Roll call I" our tariff laws as manifested by their attacks of the word and they will return you BOOS !i
: upon wool lead and lead ores, the chief BtLVTIFUL LITHOGRAPHS Or SAMPLES '& *
from Bldne and in
: WIUJAH HC'IOKLET. McKinley delegates product of &number of sta'es and we ask the storing It to healthy action. 23ct*. ."-
V. ri0118 parts of-the hall. Various gentlemen people for their judgment thereon.We Wm.. Sprague Smith. Providence ,R. L, .s..o.ees.
: : : gavelendeavored to call the convention to I surrounded McKinley aid a bur- poiut to the success of the republican headache.writes: ""I find Bradycrotine always cores ; .' "

order, but it WHS some minutes before the -A rid conference was held. The latter policy of reciprocity, under which our export All druggists fifty cents. 't< .

buzz of convcrsa'ion ceased and the delegates again mounted the platform beckonedfor trade has vastly mere sod and new and enlarge -5ZCRAU's PILLS are a painless and effectual ...
markets have .bten ipened for the products of remedr for a. bilious disorders. 25 cents a ": ;"
took their seats and attention recognition and said : "Mr. Chair- For sale -
gave
our farms and workshops. We remind the people 5box. by*U druggists.
____ $ $ 'WAu&uwaZID. to business. Rev. Mr. Brush D. D., man, lit me say one word. There are of the bitter opposition of the democratic Jti.
$. ..' .f chancellor of the University of South; states, as I understand it, that have not party to this practical business me sure, and Thousands ; .k5.

: :Sumiia.n cf Xacli Day's Proceedings Dakota, delivered ths opening pray t. been leached which desire to record their claim that as executed by the lepublican administration !- Of dolbrs I spent trying ;} :

: :, : Presented in .Brief. After tho conclusion of the the vot s and I understand that they desireto our present laws will eventually ,
prayer q. '. ; give us control of the trade of the world. to find a cure for Salt .
-- 4 ---- chair said the regular order was the reportof iccord their yotis ia the directjon of The American people, from tradition and interest Rheum'which I had 13years.

: ,: The'national republican conventionwasca'.icd'to he committee on credentials. Mr. my motion. (Applause.) I, therefore, favor bimetalium and the republican Physicians. said wit ,"
He said in order to enable them to do withdraw demand the use of both go'd and silver i JEMffls. snd Paints wtlca itataUi
tol" order at t Minneapolis at Cogswell was recognized. : so. party they never saw so severe *luinds,Indira the Iron. nd burn off. -, -
"The committee on credential is still in my mol ion." (Prolonged applause.) standard money, with such restriction and acase. My legs back and Tbe RJalDj Son Store PollitJ b J3rlUJ ntOdo .
13:24 p. m. Tuesday. under such provisions, to be determined by legislation le s.Durable,and tha consumer pays (or BO Us.or
'session. It has been The roll call continued and showed covered the
diligently at work arms were by
a irttli
will the maintenance of the ,.. guw package every porcaase.
For .J as secure _
4 days before the. opening of the I and has achieved reasonable progress. steady andsignificant gain for Harrison.At parity of values of the two metals BO that the I' humor. I began' to take

; S :.convention the city was crowded with If hopes to be able to report in full tonight the' end .it was obvious that he was purchasing and debt tying power of a dollar. HOOD'S SABSA.

,? '"delegates and visitors. From the1 time and csk further time. General CUAUKCITV. DXPJCW. nominated by a considerable majority, whether of silver, gold or paper, shall be at all ,. Jr 8. G.De1'l7. flesh PABILLA became, and heal-the
times Equal. The internet of the producers of more
of the! announcement of Blaine' Sewell, of New Jersey, was immediately but it required the clerks a long time to the country its farmers and its workingmen. tby, the sores soon healed the It'll.lea fell
reiigna"tlonas. on his feet. Since no business could be Cogs el1 uf credentials committee moved foot up the re'ult., "'I he clerks will announce demand that dollar or coin issued 01f, I was soon able to give up band"es.. and -
,
: .4 .; ;, .; Becjetarj of. State, ..signalizing 46ne until the committee, was ready to the previous question, which was seconded the result of the roll call," said .by the government every, shall,paper t>e .as good as any crutchesand flY. 45 Bradford a iiapy Street m'm, Providence 1 Wit. S.R.U.i. Dan- : THE

-.k that he bad tu\lyjentcred the presidential report, be moved the convention take a by a majority of the delegates Massachusetts Chairman McKinley half an hour later, behaving other. V oNLY-rRuE (

J contest against Harrison, the-wtdest ex.dtement recess untill 8 o'clock p. m. Mr. Cullom Deleware and West Virginia resumed the chair in the interval. We commend the wise and patriotic steps already HOOD'S PILLS cure liver ills mnstiiuKtion

tried intercept General Sewell,.but the Senator Quay, rising to a parliamentary "The whole number of votes," said the taken by our government to secure an ,biliousness.Jaundice and hick headache. IRONTONIC
prevailed. .It early international conference to.adopt sndi measures ;
developed chairman him. Then question' wanted to know the effect clerk ."is 904 12. The number .
:that stopped pending necessary as will insure the rarity of value between .
P : there.would be a fight betweeji the the motion, Mr. Cullom asked the of the previous question, if. it would to a choice is 453. (Applause.) gold and silver fur use as monoy throughout the MOTHERS'F'RIEND" -

. Blaine! and Harrison factions'Follow convention t
: ing*is the- summary' of the' convention from him nbout, the World's Fair. nte proposi1.ions involved in the report. vOtI14. (Prolonged applause.) State We demand shall be that allowed every citiz: n of the Un'ted.
cat fre and
prpceedibgs! M.r.Cullom cent up to the desk a resolu: The chair ruled that Senator Miller, haying "James G. Blaine receives 182 16. ballot in all 10 public one elections and unrestricted

; ; tion, which was ordered read. The reso- demanded a division of the proposition (Applause.) that such ballot shall be counted and returned TVJH KIDNEYS: pnrlfv ,BLOOD remove, .

, i- &i.TO OBDER. involved in the Cogswell report, "WiUiam McKinley receives 182. as cast : that Such laws bball ba nacted an Ienforcei disorder,bull Btrenjrt! reee
4 g4? The convention was called to order at there could be separate votes taken. Both (Cheers.) as will secure to every citizen, bo he mm CHilD BIRTH EASY appetite, restore. Doiltigestion heaitfevlgororyontn.

,; t4.* 12:24p.m. After prayer the call of the sides were ready for a vote, and a stormof "Robert L'ncolnl vote. rich or poor.. na'ive or foreign born white or ,ttia'tndrigbTeae
black, this sovereign right guarante d by the ColTin,T a,Pec., 1880.-Mywife used "
''I convention was, read by D "E, Young.Dr. yeas greeted Chairman McKinleywhen "Thomas B. Reed 1 vote. (Applause.) constitution. A free and unrestricted popuarha ROTH FR'3 PBIEin before her. third ,toa&:>,

\L: .4 ., William Brash, of Dakota university, he asked if the previous question "Benjamin Harrison having received lot, jus and equal representation of all people confinement, and says she would not be S power bones inereMtCe1 nerves, 1 w't.
led.in prayer. MrrClarkson Announced ,. should le ordered.. Batore this was done, i a majority 'of all the votes cast" said as well as their just and equal protection without\ for hundreds of dollars.
.hat.the national .committee Lad recommended however, by unanimous consent the majority 1 Chairman McKinley, "is the nomin of uuder institutions the hws are the foundation of our republican DOCK 'TT.TSent < L I DL" suffering cu1IartothetrsexuJl1 from complsints' ,
: Mr..Ffl8sett New York for in all cases where there and the party will never relent a safe, speedy care. ItwO' S ,
report was this convention shall that nomination be
; in its efforts until the of the ba'Iotand
integrity by on receipt of price,$i.O bottle. .rose bloom ou cliceks,beaaUflcs Complsai
' .- RK-- temporary chairman.: Fasaett, who is a no minority report was submitted and made unanimous (Great applause and the purity of elections shall be fully guar- BookuTo express Mothers" maiJ free per 'Sold everrwhere. All genuine good

31alaernan'was elected temporary chair 1'1, adopted by acclamation. cheers and cries of "Yes, yes; let us make anteed and protected in every Plate. We denounce -. BftAQTIELD REGULATOR CO, 'Creentnend us J cent stamp. 131 -

: *j&fe. man .by acclamation,: the .Harrison men An amendment was moved to take a it unanimous.?' the continued inhuman outrages perpetrated roil 8*!* ST*ia.._..?*. ATUllrA.; 0.4. pampmet.DE. --t ,.
uot; oppokinff, Lim. -There 'waV great e- standing vote on the Alabama case and "All in favor of making it unanimous in r.pon Americ.n southern citizens for political reasons : HAITER MEDICINE C0.t.LaulI
certain .
.l'' -cheer'zngand a storm applause when'the affirmative vote was submitted I said the chairman. There states. DR. 8. C. PARSO '-
.,; ._ %& greet say was a We favor an extension of our foreign commerce :
i ed hira-as stepped forward to read an apparent' majority of convention storm of ayes. Chairman McKinley never the restoration of our mercantile marineby

f : the names of, the committee on, credentials arose. Instantly the New York and Pennsylvania put the negative. home-built ships and the ci eation of a navy "August FEMALE REGULATINGP1LU

ard call the convention to order, delegations demanded a roll "Jr is unanimous," said he.at. 4:30: for the protection of our national int rests and Made for women;stt&

.npplaysa] greeted Fasselt call, and it was ordered by the conven o'clock p. m.. .and once.more the convention the friendly hon >relations r of our nag with, the all main foreign enance of moat diseases pseoliarto '
entangling
1!, be named the Republican leaders and / tion. The interest as the vote proceeded gave 'itself over ta...one of those alliances with none, and protection powers of They flow regulate, are safe tt Ult i isrnuil :

t. said: "Harrison and Elaine" His was intense. Harrison soon took the scenes of enthusiasm which had become the rights of our fishermen.We Flower""One liable, bayobeee'smli

V s I remarks about a 'free and honest" lead and kept it i-leadily. The result was so familiar to the proceedings of the day.A rt affirm oar approval of the Monroe doctrine S year<,andcnreallifS _
[ballot the crowd Harrison 4G3 votes Elaine's 423 and believe m the achievement of the and infimflw'Ot5womk .
took .immensely. Mr. *T3OTfAS B. nuDe polled delegate 'moved to adj urn until 8 ; ;
:JTaasett devoted a err at deal nf his speech thus giving Harrison a clear majority. o'clock p. m., and although there was a manifest s nsj. destiny of the,republic in its broadest of my neighbors,.Mr.John Sold by- dxlggIs, :.: 2't -'

t_ Pj to the Injustice of. the democratic den'alpf lution asks the endorsement of the convention When the vote was announced the Harrison "disposition to finish up the work at once, ,t e favor the enactment of more stringent Gilbert, has been sick for a long -sentbyma. J
: ,suffrage" in' th'e south. These refer- men cheered vociferously. They the motion and the laws and regulations for the restriction of criJD.inLI
. '- and calls upon the people, regardless prevailed convention time. All thought him past recovery. \ S 3E xrlotPhjslcjann .*1.Dr.8.C.Paraona"I..
:: -cnccs finally resulted lathe audienc? call- 'of affiliation aid w(re' ditermined to force a ballot; It adjourned until that hour. pauper and coutnct immigration.efnvoremdeutlegislationby .' He 5
emaciated
p-irty congress was horribly from' the
\
\ '
: : fog for Red to come forward. Reed finally took about an hour of maneuvering to congress to tells how to get well and keep
make the national
;,4. to undertaking a \VHITELAW REID SPRUNG. protect the life and limbs of the employes of inaction of his liver- and kidneys.
rose.;and mounted lha platform to prevent it, when the convention ajournedto 400 pa profusely illustrated. For
in 'h".carry-
After the engaged
. success. reading resolution it transportation companies
." Immediately after adjournment It is difficult to describe his
,-II '' spealCT Reed's speech'was frequently referred the comcittee meet at 11 o'clock a. m.' Friday. rumor lug of interstate c miie/ce and recomm nd leg appear- phlets'o.nestion listsnr private informitioa-f
to resolu *
'J" : cheered. -Then: was on went forth that Whitelaw Rid, the islate by the elite states that-will ance and the miserable state of his of chrnre, addrem with stamp, zDR.
; there were load calls for TIlE LAST DAT. rep protect
tions. Mr. R barr of ,
'. Illirois $ C. PARSONS Havana*
"ff: > presenteda gifted editor of the New York Tribune, empkms engaged in stat commerce. in I health at that time.
ilcKinley. Tbe audience rose to their At 11 o'clock Friday morning, the Help from any
- also
resolution ferred that :
.I. ( ) providing "-"d h'p" epl'etfd I by the 'Mreates of mining end manufacturing.Tho I 5 S
: : the grand urmy men be tdmitted to hour set for Assembling, the results of the New York as their candidate for vice republican party has alway-t been the source seemed impossible. He tried -RPANSTAaULUU.1IIC .towseh. u'vsr sag

t: k- standing room, that if any'' vacant scats long night session and*anxious caucuses president and that be would receive the champion of the oppressed and recognizjs thj your August Flower and the effect C u. Wood. sC
1 ,
3. Tbe be
ge.ei4
were plainly visible in the haggard faces 'diguiry of tuftiihood, irrespective of fai h.color.
minutes him
$.i1 thirty after to Lc occupied by solid support of the Empire State. upon was magical. Itrestored
or it with the of
of the who had in xvminithizeg cansj
delegates put an
t o. ,- them. The chairman thc announcedthe appearance. CJggQ SCENES. ulLtiouu.itJ'i. and protests against the him to perfect health to the great

; question on motion .to take a recess. pencc'at on of the Jews in 1to8 a. astonishment of his family .and :
I There were cries of "No" all over the The convention was called to order and The movement started.on the adjourn- The ultimate reliance of flee and popular friends. _
fri .house, coupled with the cries of "In- 'prayer was ofEersd by Rev. Dr. Wayland men'Jof the day session to nominate White- government is the .!{. ence of the people and John Quibe1J. Holt Onte ffjtnr Ioodoraf&t1urS symptom or bythe d mi.IOasCbU'er nmltlii fru

d galU." But in the confusion the chairman Hojt of the First Baptist church of Min law Reid for.the vice presidency, took th.-mainti nance of freedom among its meu. Ito jotthgbetedbytmktaTA pertoi-m thefr nroer fnoetioo
neapolis. Dr. Hoyt prayed that the rapid shape and by the iim tho We therefore i cc are anew our devotion to the ,
. man ; night -
- but tbo motion and declared it J-fow S
- \. '\ 'c' carried liberty of thought and con cinoe, of _speech dteu. '
; L by a vote of 407 to 2GO.ECSSELL to selected as the standard, bearer session met it was an assured fact. The and the press and appiovr ah ageucies and in- .JJ S At.t. Wa.t. EIGHTY p. isasSSS5OS
y&..' i .'. might be one chosen by the Lord and a New York delegates unanimous'y agreed strnmen alitieu which: contribute to thi education oOo.fPSSSSSJDROPSYJ

,. 5f-; '-: f.iqk : \ man after His own heart., At the conclusion upon Reid. This'endorsement was followed of the children of the land;but while in-.
*S"'**. s I .I; of the prayer, when considerationof by ond from Pennsylvania.When si,ting \tpon the fullest measure religious:
i :* liberty, we are opposed to any union of church (Stood-
L.t I Ii A 3 ? i the committee on credentials was be the convention met Reid wi-> and state. -
.
SV resumed the chair made the nominated, New York t
= lag gratify by a delegateand We affirm our opposition, declared in the republican
": :W. !! lug <.nnounceiT mt to the convention that his name.was received with great platform ot 1S68, to all combinations Positively Cared with Vegetable
; ; y Senator Quay authorized to say no fur- cheers. An attempt was made to ruu in of capital organ zed in trusts or otherwise to liv.cnr.d thooun d>of c.s.m. Car* ,

a1 .t e: V i ,. / .IIIT nppoithn won d b ? mado. to th ex-Speaker ,Reed, of Maine, but the' control arb.trarity the condition of trade amour onooedliopeJevbr rapidly' diaappmr best phriieiaa;in 10 dSIS.SWt-FroWoptoau '.

( S .I-- I adoption ot the majority report in' the scheme fell. through'"and.his nam ;. was already onr citizens.taUert upon We trartily this subject rndone and iho ask aston for I had a malignant breaking out on try leg ol frm mirienkiai toB*ramoTad.cnm. send 10 dnys'for tree Irea&I book of Ml -_ _
Alabama case. Piolonged cheers fol withdrawn. Several below the knee and waacoredsound well mail llinn orde-trial. ,. i
f1 delegates moved such r.rther legislation as may be required to -n ;\' p lowed this announcement of.. tacit acknowlegement that Reid be nominated by acclamation, .remedy any defects in the existing laws and to with two and a half bottles of a',. Dli.H.51.GREEN&SON$

; :' .. : of defeat frcm the opponents to which the members asree.i. After render their enforcement more complete aDd ef Other blood medicines had faDed 9Bsflsl

___ .of the majority report of the credential appointing Chairman McKinley head .of fective.We to do me any good. WniCLBraTT, .

i. ? ZAJUS 0! committee, and their report'was committee to notify'Mr. Harrison of villages approve and rural the communities policy of extending the advantage to towns ? TaikriUt.S.C- .

'- : adopted,by acclamation. A seperate vote his nomination. the body adjourned sine of the tree delivery service, now enjoyed by the ,

feet nOd l udl.Y.c1leeied. At the conclu- was demanded by the Mormon contesting die. Jailer cities! of the country,and reaffirm the de- o4g. s.s.s. Oatcbeis Fly ruler Is sore deatb .Kverr I
." 't v. ,ion f )c1ti l J': speech, officers were delegate? of-Utah; on their case, but the o'aratioa contained in the republican platform kills quart of flies,and secure p w wfcfle j .
,1. : :4t ,;rSunouQcei] asiaving been selected.by the majority'report' and the of 1583, pledging a reduction of,letter postage quiet when you read and the comteteof_aiwe _
"..' adopted, : HOW THE STATES VOTED. to 1 cent at the earliest possible moment oonsixt- I was troubled from ehOdnoodwith ana** morning. Get Dntcbec's and secnre bS
n'.Uonal '
\1 committee They included sec.rietsriefj Mormons were declared ineligible. The The following is the ballot.on the nomination put with the maintenance of the postoffloe department avatedcase)of Tatter,and three bottta of JBED'K DUTCHESm DRuG
'At, ,. assistant" secretariesreading Alabama state c cmtestecs reported that for and the highest class of service. ouncIlDelmaaentl7. S '
______ president: -
cerka! :;and official ttenographers. These A. ALOER.3JIQUT there was'disagreement the selectionof A1ab'ama-HauiSon We commend the spirit and evidence of re ..Jlaa'rilJeaL- T.
William -
elected acclamation McKinley form in civil eervica and the wine and TOl5H-
consistent
ternpprarjrrfficers by a national comndt'eetnao. and for Our
.,' : ,.- a JfM 7.ArkansasHarrison. enforcement .by the book on Blood and BUn Diseases malted
1:1 audit was ordered that.untir persuaoent.crgknizttionshould SES IOi. few minutes it seemed that the rows of 15 regulating the same. republican party.of laws. tree. :i 8'lrIn8n,At.jiS' ,' -.1.. t.sJ.T.hy. tIUS _
McKinley, 11. -- '--
be effected The result of the night meeting in brief Alt bam a.were nce more to be brought California-Harrison 8, Biaine: 9 Mc- The construction of the Nicaragua canal- of Pless Remedy Sbr5catanli Is the -'kh- ,aflyw S .tou.L J..ipilS.P1
Yd the convention .bo'ld. be gonrned.by is as fo'Iow?: Tb cr de 'tin'* committee before the convention.. "If tiere is no Kinley 1.'ColoradoBlaine. the highest importanoo to te American people! BetEMZest to Va,, sad Cbesps*, \ *mttt amiu jiiiim nrrrPATENTS -

rt the rules of.' the,last preceding republican was organizedBlainc 23, Harrison 23. objection,"said chairman McKinley, "the 8.ConnccticutHarrisi. as a m asure of national defense and t imiiA asobydmm.orztbymil
i ; .conT ntiori; Harrison won over three Blame com- Alabama delegation will be granted timeto up and maintain: an American commerce and it
': 'The'call'Of the roll of states 'for mitteemcn thus : McKinley, 8. should be controlled by the United States gov
: members reversing figures. This correct their arithmetic. .
T the various ominttte'was (Laughter.) Delaware-Harrison 4, Blaine ,,1, Mc- ernment. ; s. I T. EueltlneWanes, PL -- . ofj thenbegunu.Each"atate HsrrisooJthe benefit of The We
gave the majority regular order, resumed the chairman Kinleyl. favor the admission of the remaining ter- -
?, : ,:sa it was caned, anJnounced. report before the convention. That report "is the presentation of candidatesfor .Florida-Harrison. rito:lea at the earliest practicable:day haYing -'
te }, through its.chairAin,:Ihe'me'cber was to unseat 12 Blain( 'delegate president of .the United, States. Harrison'S. due regard to the interests of the peopLe of the d S

S $Jc it.Lad chosenior service. commit and to. seat 12 Harrison men. Harrison (Cheers.) Idaho Georgia--Blaine 0.ItlinoIsHarnisonjl4.. 26. territores eral officers and appointed of the United for the territories States. All fed

{ : ten.c ..polled 463 votes to Elaine's 428,thus giving It was then decided that the roll of the. Blaine be selected from bona flde residents should LVEU'ttsrl

k- :rt; : 'Jnjme3iateiy; "after" tnc'-conipletion' of him :a'clcar majority. states should be' called,' arid when Indiana-Harrison'30.. .14.- and the right of self-government should thereof be ac.- : ._ 4 __ .
r 1. thoU rfL.&tes nod: the announcement Colorado' reached 8 nat Walcott corded as far aa practicable. ixstyt s) .
. : CALLED,TO QBDEB., was : Maine-.Blaine 12.IowaHarrison We favor the PnenntaatM QwHtoii jwtf$oiftt Tlrea.MS :
( k7 of tlic momfjershiji of.:,th T.various"com- The convention was again called to or- arose an'} in a stirring speech and amid 20 Blaine law of arid cerionsubject to the homestead S iw D's.essd Fas, ltssiDcsp Forging,. St.4 s 'T
5 McKiaIeJ lands
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.. fi "initiers thfr>icoovention "adjourned until der nf85 o'clock p. m. resolution groit cheering presented the .name of 1. tori.s in which they lio.undersuch and terri- Tubi* .AvstsbI.Baa Issthgs to an vwi&ng" pads,. ,.: -
; ; t1 1'o'clo k d icidayvioruing. : members James G.: Blaine. The followers of the at restrictions congression :, < snsion Saddle.Strictly -
: admitting of the Grand Army Kentucky-Harrison 22, Blaine ,2, Mc as to disposition,reclamation and I .SKfg"OSADXVOffi -Zvez7"' '
lq of the Republic: scats in convention plumed knight cave a spontaneous burst : occupancy by settlers u. will secure maximum '
> > ,. : .r-: i. ". ';. Kinley' stlsta stosiss fr iM ageuttt ,
,? : Ti| Co v9ot1onwas'caUed to :order at w,s 'adopteJ, and a message' was readfrom' of npplause. 'The call of states' w'as resumed Ka.naa.Uarrison McKinley 9;. benetitstombspeople.-Th! world's Columbian 1.I.t.SIUS., kg.sd Has*, tass7 Crslvtrs, S I ,
.4 the 'Titamlle and Oil ; and when Indiana was reached .national a great JOHM P. LOVCLL '
11:45lsv ,ttK%: -Wedne ay.Unnneap0'''" majors .Louisiana-Harrison 8, Blame 8. -nadertaking, M/wopeS should ARMS OQMrwfr .t ,-. .
tho vet er 5
t C.ty, unnouncios to theiworid; the state ble. Richllrd W. Thompson '
tbe'coanAUoD with' .- -
; d J tI.nte' a gavel.rJuirmim Maryland-16,- Blaine 2. PITvPucLSlf relolulMe legislation .
A .T '' of:the committee on ,cre-. .nf.distress and suffering that prevailed in ex-secretary of the 'n vy,' arose and presented Michigan-McKinley 19. Harrison u will insure the diwharrmir of the S ,

i :ifrnikj! tat d thefcould.obope' 'to'4 thoe inundated-districts, and making a the name of -" the warrior statesman ., Blaine 2.. .' ., :expense of and obligations thereof and the attain _;,5-_ S 1... -
ment results -.S- '
appeal for aid. The Biojunin\ Hmison." A S commensurate with the dignity : '
: ropOl1 eIoMrbursda J.' Wi1Uu public \ announcement counter' Misaouri-Harrison 28,.Blaioe 4.Mc.. .sDdogresz of the natioa. ,_ V '
Ktn1e1.:ttf.Phif. t1l '.. peraa; <>f the,commit tee-on'credentials that a demonstration that, surpassed the JBlaine, .Kinley. ,5-.We mpathisB with all-wise and legitimate S

't' } entrl&fnnh; ofJ" the' aoi1'nU01l: and S minprityitport: : oniat4MabO eWSVSPpOIt5d .created considerable excitement and there speech; The ca'I! of states was again re: < ms! "' Blaine.1
; UtO.to conduct.Merh'ere -to the; ". 'a/'iiinful suspense. while these'two sumed... McKinlejll. .' 18.., ,' the Ever men mindful who paved# the' the servkei life" of and the sscri8o,,of I _i-i--. I 7 ATLANTA, CA. s"
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.' bliatr; ,{; >sigre tH g. :when reports we's being orally' -submitted as to:. nomination AIr; Eustis, of Minnesota, seconded' the"' ,Minnesota-Harrison. '8,.;Blaine 9.:.MetT -: 'P g newjott.Tst3nn soldier ithe, .we N41t: Cotton Gins aM Cottoti
: f J'DGf.J r Wfc* wliat5: -ironld follow. .The :majority., of.Blame.Atthe_ ;{ .close of Kinky'L-. .' '-''' ,. publioi a watrttfol ears:and neocnUkn &bQ ,
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- .; *&t.ht,C&nirmiip McKinley tad frmendousr !tiaoj'dejegatts' (Ll&btmaIXtaaissppLaud I Demonstration:of,the day tookplace It 4& 1 ," ." ?- .Jzj'. _'? STeflss2luzj We'-"J rnMiirj otl.lDCii'.r : ,' ..- *"lswbe mmA ft
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