Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1892
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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named to attead Mr. Owens! to the speak. gay and played popular melodies with the heavy air and almost nade the bar abuses u experience may show to be necessary.Sec. also grer-tr d I the homestead plank and United 'States. We feel...ce"/ 5 :

CLEVELAND er's chair. ebbed and 6. The republ.can pirty while prof suing the of the silver plank denouncing ttlte '; S
great snap.Wilson racks quiver. The tempest f small porto every demotic ,
of >r tt9'
After a pelicy receiving: public to federal .
I' greeting o! applause Mr. Owens lermm act. Rc.nce be for '
took the platform at 12:25 ho.iliiiK bj actual -tilers, ha: given away ho erencts may .'
voice penetrated to the farthest rece'ses Flower. Temjorary Chairman Owen non-re-ident liens, individual and corporations 1 h.ri'l yell. The foregnp enthusiastic and earnest t the : .

STEVENSON of the pilteries and his remarks were presented Permanent Chairman Wilsonto po-im ss a la-ger area than thai of all oar ,licy plank navy, J--W. in RI1'siB and nominee of jhIS suppor. S .

1k cheered to the echo. the convention. Mr. Wilson was farms administration between the tw reversed. Reja. tho The Jraprovid-last democratic hump rule of Irl.md, were. deliberately Governor Abbett proceeded without :

.. He began his remarks by saying: 'Two greeted warmly. He thanked the con- 1M unwise policy of tho republican p irty touching chef r'.1 T.eihool; law p'ank was receiving more than mild applause until _

great dangers menace the democratic vention for the honor.U}[ ch as we owe ; tho pnb ic domain and tecloiuu-d ffom'cot= c in f ally litenril to, an I w.w punctuated he reached that portion of his' ad1rea .... :.

party. one is external, the other internal. to our party,;' said he, "wo owe more poratious and syndicates, alien and ddmt' lic. tst the en 1 of nearly every s-ntcncj by where be says "If there wa* any doubt .;. S

THE DEMOCRATIC The first is the organized machinery of I to our country," [Cheers.] Mr. .Wil and million reston-d to of the va liable people land nearly to one be hundred sacredly shouts of approval. The only features existing in my mind of the runlt of this > S
organized capital, supported by the : sons; address abounded with points that held aa honwtea'la for our citizens, and we of the platform which seemed to* call national contest, I wou'd urge on J.

NOMINEES whole ptwcr of the government* the pleased the convention. A severe arraignment e pledge ourselves to o ntinno this policy until forth dividtl sentimcntsV", the 'tariff behalf of mv state the views of its -

I second is the tendency among democratsto of the republican party was fora every of land so nn'awfully held saall be reclaimed aad : planks which wcru nppirentlynot :ocracy' in favor of Grover Cleveland.'* S :.

. mak- issues among themselves. TwolIet'ds time his theme. lIe said the republican and restored to the people. sufficiently tad cll: to satisfy dele '
legislation 4,
Sec. 7. We dooounoe the r publican
th-rcfore, stand before us indis- party was a party of a section nnd a kndwn as the Sherman act of 1893 an a gitfs with pronounced view Mr. Jones .

For' Pratt ni Vice.President. class and not of the people Of the country cowardly makeshift, fraught with portnlriiitiex>i nv>v d the adop i >n of the pl"tform '

:: as a ",holl'. lIe said that the of danger id the future which should make all Mr. N
.7- democrats should eel that legislation its supporters well all iU author anxious for moved to strike from the tariff section ,..,

\ was not in the interest of its speedy repeal. We hold ti tile nile Of tmh. all word* preceding d.-aunciation of ;
: lard of tit
BOTH gold and silver as the stan money '-
NOMINATED ON THE any section, but for the whole people. country and td the 6 inage of both gfd and th1. Slclvinley nc., and substitute ....I

' lIe denounced the force and tariff bills silver without discriminating: agimt either therefor the following: ;

f.. FIRSTBALLOT. sought to be operated by the republicans.The metal tfr charge fdf mintage,but the dollar nnit "We denounce rcjnib'Icin! prelection : ,

tt) most important of all questions, he JOni' &. CARLISLE, OF KENTUCKY. of coinage of both me tale must be of equal intrinsic as a rout on the labor of the rent ma- aq.S
value be adjured
and exchangeable or
$: said that of taxation tariff : American for the b-neflt <
was reform such jiiityof p opc :
international or by
?X Twenty Thousand People Cheer and they Could only be regulatedby flowed until restored.6:47 o'clock p. m., when safeguard through of legislation agreement aa shall insure the of the few. We.dccl tru it to be a funda- : .

the democratic party. lIe denouncedthe quiet was maintenance of parity of the two m-tals. An raen'al l principle! of the democratic party ,
:McKinley reciprocity bill as "one of THE PLATFORM RE.\D. equal power of every dollar at all times in the that the federal government has n-> conS -
i Cleveland's Name. the Finally at 6 :48 o'clock :Mr. Vilas again markets and in the payment of debts and we .5
greatest absurdities of the Mr.
age. demani that all shall be kept at .
! resumed reading the platform, which is as paper currency -
Wilson appea'cd for harmony in the p>r with and redeemable m such c..iu. We insist '

convention, no matter who should be its follows: upon this pol-cy M especially necessary for a. \. I
The of the platform committee was! 4s
; SCENES AND choice as a candidate' to lead them. Mr. followstSection report : protect!.m of the farmers arid laboring: Classes,
INCIDENTS OF defenseless victims of unstable
tho first arid most
Wilson closed at 12:45 o'clock p. m. and 1. The represantatires of the democratic -
)L and fluctuating currency.8eC. .
lli1i William H. of Indiana read of the United !States, ia national money
THE CONVENTION. w"k English, party a We recommend thtt the prohibitoty .
the report of the committee on rules convention assemb'ed: do reaffirm their allegiance i- iO per ceil tax on etae bank issues be re J.'ill
to the principles Of tho party as formulated ..
which establishes this order of business! pealed.Sec ;
and "
by Jefferson and exemplified by a bug
3A office is A public trust. We
The of the credentials committee'permanent
Synopsis of Each Day's Proceedings! report ; illnstriotu line of hU Biicces-ors in democratic reaffirm the declara'ion Of the democratic1 nations -

organization ; committee on lead whip from Madison to Cleveland. We believe coriventidn df 1878 for the lefornt of the ,

Given in Brief. resolutions and platform committee reports the public welfare deman U that these civ.!service and we call fo1 the honest enforcement -

j ; nomination of presidential and principles ba applied to the conduct of the fed- of all laws regulating the gams. The
... eral through the accession to
; vice presidential candidates. The rules nomination of president as in the recent republican -
t1 power of the party that advocates them, and
convention, by delegations composed
of the last national democratic
convention we solemnly declare that the need of a returnto
largely of his pontees: holding office at his
BORACK BorEs, OF IOWA. were recommended by the com these fundamental principles of frre popular; pleasure, is a scandalous tatiro upon free popu- I 3AY 5Jr) '
based home role and individual _
.... mittee. Upon motion of Mr. Englishthe government, on lar institutions! and startling illustration of

pcnsiblc to IUC'Ct'S3-UUlty and harmony." committee report and recommendations liberty the was never to centralize more urgent all the than now at when tho the methods by which.president may gratify WLLLU J BVSSXU or MASSACHCSITTS

At the close of Mr. Owen's tendency power his ambition. We denounce tile policy un ler
speech the convention.
upon were adop'ed by S
to the
: has become
federal capital a menaCe reserved The mention of the of *
holders control ofparty
which federal office usurp sage DuzZrd'
motion of White of California .
rights of states, that striken the tery
or; I the states and the for thunder of cheers.
Inventions! in pled (I Bay WM a sign a
tho roll was called for the constitution of root of our goycrnment'sronstitution as framed
(democratic party to !he reform ff.t'd! all Men and women who thronged the greit
by the fath 'r? of the republic.Sec.
the imm'ttee on credrntials as on rules
other abuses which threaten individual IIteT17ani 2/
3'XOcRATIO WXGWAIL.I and order of business, on permanent organztion /' 2. We warn the poople of a cdmnldn local self-government. 7Yi47i7WItLIAst galleries waved fans, umbrellas and ban'
for the Of their
country, jealous preservation
-- -
: Sets. 10. The democratic party is the only
and resolutions each state
on ; free institutions, that Ihe policy of federal control ners.Mr.
that f evet given the country DeWitt of New York, followed
*} ,
to name one member of each committee.All ,I of elections, to which the republican party party
coiisistBni and. VigorOus! ix/ni- nominated Hill. DeWittwas
t foreign policy Abbett and
resolutions and communications to the has committed itef! is with thegra'l'cst
fru1"ht abroad and confidence
I pellmg respect followed John Fellows who
dangers, momen.tous by ,
convention were ordered referred to the at home. White avrfdidg entangling R
than would result front a revolution aimed to cultivate1 ff.endly; eloquently and emu!. enthuiamseconded
resolutions committee.W. alliances it has
practically establishing monarchy on the It UORB1SON. OT IUL15013.stitut.ioa.il the nomiavtion of HilL Mr.
relations with dther nations add especially:!
I II. English, of Indiana, moved a ruins of the republic. It strikes at the northas -
with nei httcfrs on the American contidcnt Green of Illinois took the stand to secondCleveland's
our ; ) and collect ,
i resolution providing that all ex union well as at the south, and injures the colored pi'wer m impose
whoa is closely nked with otir Un
) but the audience
soldiers bs admitted to vacant scats in citizens even more than the white. It means a tariff duties etcept for the purpose of ,
and we view with alirm the tendency td a policy -
the gallery. The nutter was referred to hordj of deputy rnarnhals! at every polling of irritation and bluster, which is liable at revenues only (applause rnd cheers) and called for "tme" upon him and he aat -

.,- the committee on resolutions. Delegate placo armed with federal power; returnin any time to confront us with the alternative of we demand that the collection of such down. of Indiana, edgedin
;: boards appointed and coutrol'od: by federal au
! I- humiliation or war. We favor the maintenanc> shall be limited to tho necessaries a brief speech seconding Cleveland.andthen
I Illinois taxes
CubeB, then offered this : thority out i age of tho electoral rights of the '
Resolved, That thi convention tender its '-Sii ( j people m the several states; the subjugation of .,f a n-ivy strone enough for all national defense of government when honestly and economically Mr. Duncan, of Iowa, put Boies in

; profound sympathy to thatdi-tmsni'slied Ara rican tho colored people to the control of the party in antI the to propcrrnnaintain abroad. tho honor and dignityof admini tered. (Cheers and nomination with an excellent speech, and

i Jamej O. Blame in the heivy affliction power, and the reviving of raco antagonism, country 11. This baa been the although it was midnight there was a
Sco. country always applause.)
abated of the utmost to thesafe'y
which baa befallen him. nov happily peril
de'ibcr- refnga.of the oppressd: front every land-ex- A tremendous tumult Neal, great show of enthusiam.
and all measure foIo.wc.
happiness a S
Its reading was interrupted! with the ii )
conscience a.'UJ-and in the of the
i for spirit
iJ e.s nod Watersoa the de- THE 9.
atcly and justly deHcribe.l by a leading republican part SECOJTDISO
Via :
loudest applause to that time and founders of OUr condemn! the
up government we
senator as "the most imfamous bill that Mr. Jones retired in despair. Mr.Neal .
when the reading was finished the reso- ever cnwsed the threshold of tho agnate." Sucha oppression practidad by the ItUssiad. gov rn->- After many other speeches, secondingthe

J lution was adopted unanimously. Mr. policy, if sanctioned by law, would mem the ment Upon its Lutheran and Jewish Subjects, demanded a rot call on his motionto nominations of the three candidate,
of and we call upon Oily national government in strike out and ute. The roll the confusion and cries
dominance of
Sweet of the Mamc in behalfof a self-perpetuating oligarchy
'b" delegation
L the interest of justice and humanity by all just called and resulted 564 "
the democracy of Maine, thanked the office holder and the party first entrusted with and proper means to Uee its prompt and best was : ayes, ; "tme, time, Senator Daniels' of
\\t its machinery could be dislodged from power n-iy, 33. took the stand to second Hill'*
: delegations for the sympathy they had \ the ie-ierved rights of the efforts to bring: about a only by an appeal to Mr. Patterson of Colorado, then took immediately
The immense audience
and tinoppn nomination.
extended to the distinguished resident of people to resist oppression, which is inherent persecutions of the ciir, to secure to
,ed We tender OUT the floor and presented the minority report "time."
their state. An invitation from Presi- .. m self-governing communities. Two .,e'ue s equal tight profound commenced crying
i GROVER: CLEVELAND. OF NEW TORT.BTBVKX80N and earnest sympathy to those lovers of the silver It is identical
i pUnk.
this on After this order had on for half an
dent Baker of the World's Columbian JOBS M. FALKER, OF ILLINOIS. ago revolutionary policy was emphatically freedom whd for home tnt and gone
g ------ condemned by the people at the are struggling: with the majority plank except that it hour Bourke Cochran, of New York.
to Ireland. ,
was inviting delegates the CaUse of in
Exposition great self-government
poll, but in of that verel'ct the republican of both
contempt the free
visit the grounds of the exposition. On Tho unit rule heietoforo in force there- hug declared in its Spc. 12. We heartily approve all Jegltinu'e reads "through coinage decla in a tone of thunder
party defiantly "
>> motion of Delegate Bragg, of Wisconsin, fore holds in this convention. latest authoritative utterance, that its succe-s efforts to prevent the Ignited States from being gold and silver. Mr. Patterson movedthe the din, that unless

\ the convention then, at 2 o'clock m., Delegate Phelps, of Missouri, then presented .in the coming elections will mean the enact- used! as the dumping-ground for known criminals adoption of his substitute for the New York was given a respectful
ment of a force bid and th) Usurpation of des and professional paupers of :Europe: and we silver plank. The motion was put and it would be for its'delgates -
adjourned till 11 o'clock Wednesday. in behalf of the miners of Missouri demand a rigid enforcement of the law against hearing, bAt
potic control over elections in all the states. declared lost. thea'
travel of z'nc a Chinose of foreign to leave the hall. was
a protest againstthe immigration or the importation -
-- Relieving that the preservation of republican "
I tariff upon this metal. As the shin government in the United States is dependent workmen under Contract to degrade American IIr..Chrirn. continued Mr. Patterson 11:80 o'clock, and a perfect bedlam was

8BCOND DAT-VTEDSESDAT. ing hammer was held aloft by the chair- npoi the defeat of this. policy of legalised force labor and lexsen! its wages; but we condemn "the question i h now on the reigning in the hall. Some delegate S

At 11:30 a. m., Wednesday, the chairman man a great shout went up and a hearty and fraud, we invi'o the support of all citizens! and den on no; any an 1 all attecipU and to restrict adoption of the platform." This motion yelled if the chairman would usa hra

,, ii called the convention to order.Prayer clapping of bands. Several short but who desire to see the eonstitnton: maintainedin of immigration foreign. landi.Hue. .of the industrious Worthy WM voted on by the yeas and nays and gavel there would be order. Finally

: a was offi-red by the Rev. Alfred enthusiastic speeches were made. Don which its integrity have with the laws pursuant hundred thereto, 13. Tnu convention hereby renews its can led. the policemen and sergantat.ar'were
given our country a year
II. Henry. When prayer was concluded Dickinson made a motion that the con of unexampled! prosperity. We pledge the demo expression of appreciation of the patriotism of Mr. Chairman-The next order of I instructed to

Chnirma-i Owen called for the report of vention take a recess until o'clock. The oci atic party, if it be entrusted with the power the soldiers and tailors of the union ia the war bu inc gentlemen, is a call of the roll from the hall who made confusion. A

the committee on credentials. It was convention agreed at 1:44 o'clock to do not only to defeat the force bill. but also the relentless for its preservation for all and disabled we favor union just and soldiers.tlHr liberal -. of states for the nomination of candidates motion was also made to adjourn but

/ announced that the committee on credential so. opposition to the repnblicin the: policy of pensions widows an I dependents, but we demand for the office of president of the the chairman declined to recogniza it.

would not be ieacly to report until RIGHT SESSION. profligate two years expenditure, has squandered which in an enormous short spa.'eof surplus that the work of the p nsion office shall be done United Mates. 'I he clerk commenced to Order was at last secured, and' the call'

1 ) 2 &'c'ock in the afternoon. The chairman The hall of -emptiud an overflowing treasury after industriously, impartially and honestly. We cull the roll and got as far A Alabama, lag of states was continued.
great was a surging miss
of that office
; ) of the convention asked for its pleasure humanity when Chairman Wilson piling new burdens of taxation npon the already Denounce the present ministration and- when hp was interrupted. THB BALLOT.Alabama
rs incompetent, corrupt, disgraceful
over-taxed labor of the country. Mr Fenton of Arkansas attempted to
and from ( Mor-
recognized a delegate 14f Cleveland 2 or
thumped for order. The throng sub- Sec. 3. We reiterate the oft repeated. doctrineof or ,
Alaska. Mr. Bronson, of Kentucky, !Iec.: '14. The federal government should rare have au adjournment no 1 for Boles 1 for
OF ILLINOIS, sided and the night session began. tho democratic party tint the necessity of rison, 2 for Campbell, ,
moved that ft rommtttc? of two he ap- Prayer was offered by Rev. Thomas government is the only justification for t nation for and improve the Mississippi river and other Gorman, 2 for Hill.Arkansas .
to wait on the credentials com and whenever tax is it is nn- great waterways of the republic, so as to secure
poiuted unnecessary Cleveland 18.
t The national democratic convention Reed, of Cedar Rapids, Ia., and he was inotifiable: that when custom home taxation is for the interior states easy and cheap transportation ,

f.f was called to order at 11 o'clock, Tuesday applauded when he closed. The temper levied upon; articled of any kind in this countrythe to tidewater. When any waterway of California-Cleveland, 18. 5

of the audience was clearly one of quick difference between the cost of labor here and the publ'c! is df sufficient importance to dema-id Colorado-Hill. 3; Boies, 5.
;:' June 21st in the city of Chicago.The the a-d of the government the, such aid should
'I demonstration. While the conventionwas labor abroad, when such difference exists, fullymeaiure Connecticut-Cleveland, 12 -
H convention assembled in the mam- awaiting the resolutions committee, any possible benefits of labor and the be extended to a definite plan of continuouswork is secured. Delaware-Cleveland, 6.
:t mouth wigwam! built expressly for the the convention was regaled with stirring enormous tariff fall with additional crushing impo force itions of the onr existing farmer: : :Sec.: 15. permanent For purposes improvement of national de ense, Florida-Cleveland, 0{ Carlsle 3.

t occa ion. The city wns crowded with I music. Mr. duBignon, of Georgia, and working men and for the upon mere advantages : the promotion of commerce between the sta'es, Georgia-Hill, 5; Gorm ; Cleveland -

moved to adjourn until 11 o'clock a. m. of a few whom it enriches, exact from labor & we recognize the early distraction of the Nic- 17.Idaho. ,.
: delegates and their friends besides vast
canal and Its protection against foreign:
gro'fly unjust share of of the aranga BoiS 6. S
Thursday. The motion was scarcely put expenses government >, .
the United
throngs of visitors were on hand to witness before the convention by the chair before and we demand such a revision of the control as of great importance to 48. '
8t.1 tea. Itnoialevland
tariff laws wilt their inequalities
as remove iniquitous
.f the convintion proceedings. Many it, was buried in storm of "ones." lighten their opposition and put Sec. 16. Recognizing the World's Columb'anExpos'tion lenlnd, 30.

of ,the delegates had arrived upon the At 6:24 o'clock Charles Jones, of Missouri them on a constitutional and equitable basis. as a na ional undettaking of vast Iowa- .

chairman! of the resolutions comv But in miking a re luction in Uses it is not pro- impoi tance in which the general governmenthai Kansas-Cleveland, 20.
week in advance and from that all the of
ground a invited the co-operation of powers
/ to domestic but 18.
posed inj ire industries Cleveland
mittce the Addressing any ;
oppearcd upon platform. the by ,
time until last reached the rather to promote their healthy growth From the world and aopreciatiog acceptance Kntck-Bltl
t ; delegation Cleveland! 3
I the convention he said : "I am the foundation of this government taxes collected many of such powers of the invitatoa extended, 1;

t city the wildest enthusiasm prevailed. instructed by the committee on resolu- at custom houses have been the chief and the broadest: liberal, efforts being made by Hill, 1; Sorman, 1. 5

-C-. tions to the of of federal Such must them to contribute to the grandeur of the Maine Hill 1 Cleveland, 9.
Notwithstanding considerable differ- to present you as report source revenue. they con- .. : ;
nnd rtakinar, we are of the on that congress -
tinue to bo. Moreover, 'industries have opn forCIeveland 9 1.2 for
the committee the following many Maryland ,
ercnce of opinion as to the most available come to ro'y: upou legislation for successful should make such necessary flaanci.il provision -
and move their adoption. In order that as shall be requis te to the maintenance' Gorman.Massachusetts.

t t" presidential candidate prevailed, and you may more distinctly hear what the b3 continuance at every step, so that regardful any changes of labor of and law capital mna.t of national honor and public faith. -24-for Cleveland, 4 for

the energy and activity displayed by the 2\\1 committee has prepared, I intend to aska thus involved. The process of reform must! bea Sec. 17. Popular education being the only safe Hill,,1 fo Boief.

different who is familiar subject in the execution of this plain dicta- basis! of popular suffrage, we recommend to the for Cleveland.
as myself
i delegations in booming the man gentleman as veral the liberal for
g states most appropriations )cbgu-28
\ \ tion of justice. We denounce the McKinly tariff for Cleveland.
with the of the to
- phraseology platform, school the
of their choice, the skirmishes and caucuses law. enacted by the fifty-fint congress as the publ c schools. Free common are
read it for me. (Applause.) And, whenit culminating atrocity of class. legislation we endorse nursery of good government, and the have always Mississippi fO Hill, 4 for Gorman,
ti' indulged in before the opening day shall the ; received the fostering care care of the democratic Boles 8 for
p has been read, move previoui the efforts made by the democrats of the 8 for Cleeland
;; were en'irely harmonious. BOBXRT PATTISOW OF PEHKSTLVAKIA. the party which favors every means of increasing ISAAC P. OUT, IXDIAWA. Missouri 34 .
r X. question upon adoption of platform. present congress to modify its most oppressive : The freedom of education -

"I f Below w'e present a synopsis of the convention '(Cries of no, no, no.) features in the direction of free raw materials I intelieno of civil and religions- for Boies.
mittce and ascertain when they would be and cheaper manufactured goods that.enter into was paid to it. Arkansas yielded her }ont for Cleveland, 1 for
for the
-- well developmentof
liberty as a necessity
t:: proceedings. r a Jy to report.In S general consumption; and we promise iw r:!- intelligence& must not be with under place to New Jersey and ex GovernorAbbett Gorman.

the meantime there was a wait and peal as one of the beneficent results that will whatever. interfer. of that stat v came forward to for Gorman.
pretext 2
the action of the in any ar t
follow entrusting
Mills entered the ball. Then people tate interference with rights and the by enthusiastic NeTda-- B'ie
! CALLED TO ORDER. Rog r Q. power to the democratic party. Since the McKinley parental platform, accompanied New Hampshire Cleveland.
there went up a shout. Then, on tuition, tariff went into operation there have rihl i'f confluence in'he education of children cheers from the Cleveland wing of the for Cleveland.

a By half past 11 o'clock Tuesday morning Mr Mills was invited to address the been ten reductions of wages of laboring: men a infringement of the fundamental demo- convention, it being understood that Ab- New Je-20 for IlilL

t the immense wigwam was fairly crowded But Mr. MilU, : rtcd to one increase. We deny that there has been cratic doctrine that the largest Jnividulb nominate President Cleve' New
conventi-m. was rep) consistent with tho rights of bett was to Cleveland 4 Hill, 1
Mexico ;
<< and erty Insur New ;
pros ntci an imposing scne. The increase of prosperity to the country since
not Will enough: to speak. Senator any ties highest type of American citizenship an I land. When order was restored Governor -
that tariff went into and we point to Boles 1.Norh.
? delegates were as igncd their seats, and operation, ,
Palmer, of Illinois, was called on to ad the dullness and distress, reductions and best government. Abbett addressed the body, formally 2.3 for
;:, when nil was in readiness Chairman wage Bee. 18.1 We tho action of the present CarolaaII Stvenso.
A committee approve Cleveland in nomination. '
. dresshs convention. strikes in the iron trade,as the beat 1 possible ev- placing Grover for '
Price house of in bills for 1 Clenlnd
of the national committee arosiand Pu'mer. the front and idcncv that no such prosperity has resulted from representatives pacing th He ,
brought ){r. to > admission into the union states of the began by saying: for Boies.
, commanded silence after which he the We call the attention of a tert.'ne.i
McKinley act.
senator Chairman and Gentlemen of the
was seen "Mr.
when the gray-haired of New Mexico and and Cleveland.
presented Rev..John Homo who offered thoughtful Americans to the fact that after Arzn favor Dakota-6 for
aisle the desk the admission of having -In to Nor
down the to a Convention a name
coming thirty :years of restrictive taxes against the importation early : presenting 14 for Cleveland, 1ft for Boles,
, cheer went up which soon grew to a roar. of foreign wealth in exchange for our the necessary them population and and while resources they remain to admit this convention I speak for the united 0 for Carlisle, 6 for. Hill, 5 for Gorman.

"Gentlemen,*' cried Cbaii man Owens, "it agricultural surplus, the homes and farms of territories t stteh appointed to Oregon-8 for Cle'velana.Penns3lTania .
the have become burdened with a real w hod tt oC1
, is not necessary for me to introduce to country administer the any together -64 for Cleveland.
debt of two thousand,five t'rttorr.
estate over
vou this war hor e of democracy." TheSenator's hundred mortgage million dollars, exclusive of all other with the District: of Columbi Aa Rhode Island 8 for Cleveland.
ka should be bona fide the -
. speech was loudly cheered. forms of indebtedness; that in one of the chief Carolina-13 for Boies, 8 forHi
. duties to be
tory or district in which are Snt
Fellows of New York of the west there a .
Colo el John It. agricultural states appears The democratic believes in Cleveland.

in rrsp-Hiso to calls, stated that as a dele !- real estate mortgage debt averaging: $165 per prformed.and th> control of their party own aflairs Xk Dakota-7 for Cleveland, 1 .for
of the total and that eimilai
-te he would speak at the |roper lime, capita conditions and tendencies population are,shown to exist in by people of vicinage.Sec. ) .HilL
but not at present. other agricultural exporting states. We denounce 16. We favor legislation by oongnis Tennessee-24 for Cleveland.
.. and state legislatures protect the lives and .
CREDENTIALS C IIMITTEE REPORTS. J I a policy which fosters no industry toO limbs of railway t and those of other Texas-1 for Hill, 6 for Boles, 23 for
does that of the sheriff.
much as it t'mpe
"Iho. committee on credentials announced ROSWELL: P. FLOWER, OF' NEW YORK. Sec. 4. Trade interchange on a basis of reciprocal hazardous denounce the inactivity Cleveland. 'S

that'they were ready to report, advantages to countries participating is a of the republican p-sty, and particularlythe Vermont for Cleveland.

tiid that the report was untnimo: The Mr. Pitteraon, of Colorado, advancedon time-honored doctrine of democratic faith but republican senate, fo causing the this deft at elasa o{ Virginia-12 S for Cleveland* ; 1 for .
measures protective
committee's -it favored I th ; -atinp: of the platform and said: "In view of we denounce the sham reciprocity which juggles of bnf t HilL

the regular Alnbimi rep dilc utrs, while the the statement just made, I will say that with th'? people's desire for enlarged foreign. Sec.wage 20.ee We are in favor of the enactment by Washington for Clenland.We .
the minority of the committeeon markets and freer exchanges by pretending state of laws for the notorious for Cleveland 1 for
I abolishing
..... 'ontettants were to be given seats on the represent establish closer trade relations for the country Viga7 ;
i resolutions and I desire to announce sweating system, for abolsg contract con .
the whose of are almost exclusively
fl ,or; the same us to Pennsylvania: ; export vict labor and for S
-ame as to Ohio; the SlIDe as to Utah. that that minority'expects to be heard to agricultural products, with other countries that of children under Ue employmLin Wisconsin for Cleveland.
/ its report before the previous are also agricultural while erecting the customhouse f.ctrle ffte 1et
The committee's rep >rt was unanimously' WoDJ- Cle land
barrier of tariff taxes again

shall be put" Quick cheers prohibitive age.S 21. We !
c adopted. Mr. Fordjcs next read the question the richest countries of the world, that stand are opposed t&spalaw OeTelnd.

report of the committee on permanent followed this announcement.Then: ex- ready to take our entire surplus of products and 1 with the Arizona- 5 for .

Wm. L. WiUon of W st' Secretary Vilas commedced to read the to exchange therefor commodities which are cit'z. District Columbia for Cleveland.
DAVID organization.: See. statement of
: __ HILL HEW Virginia, was name I a* permanent chair. resolutions at 6:28 o'clock, but when he necessaries and comforts of life among our ownpeople. policies 2 Up ts party u pleun(1 4W 'Indian Territory for.Cleveland..

pray.er. At 12:4?o'clock The of the committee on reached the phrase ''From Madison to gent Judgment of the American It Oklahoma for Cleveland.
Secretary see. man. report Bee. & We recognize in trusts and combinations ppl u
shout of
nn' Cleveland there was the quick a change administration and of pat : Utah for Cleveland.- -
announce I temporary organizttinn : permanent organizition was adopted.On which are designed to enable capital to secure -
waS lost morderthat there be a change
William C. Owens, of Kentucky tem-o, motion of Dickinson.of Michigan! a one vo'ce near the pfatform. It more than its lost share of the Joint pro- and a change of method may thus a nrint;. TOTAL YOTB -' ,

wry chairman; Secretary 8. P. Sheerin, committee of five was appointed to ro-: however, in flish, for it seemed that. as duct of capital and order, the natural consequence t the institution nn- ,JAXXl .CAMPBILL, O. OHIO. Cleveland.. .. ...,..:. 6171-3
the entire of taxes which fee malc -
principal lea ling cltrk; Nicholas Abell, tify Wilson and others of their election. though with one impulse their chair competition prohibitive,which ia the life of.honest prevent trade, ump- has grown S great and .Hill:. ..... .i'.... .....S.... 115 S '

of Missour! serjeant-at arms. RiuhnnlJ. Dickinson, Fellows nnd others! of the 20,000 people leaped upon but we believe the wont evils can be abated bylaw powerful democra'ic principle/! faithful ac BoiesGomso....... ...t.-.!.... .. >

Bright, i f Indiana; Chants Jewetr, < t committee went after Wils to, of AVesVirginia und with hats and handkerchiefs in the and we demand a rigid enforcement of laws ,THB FLA1TX3 APPLAUDED. to the party and whose c t ..* '.. ..:..........r .J.tO...: '
air 20,000 handkerchiefs, OOOO throats mad and oontrol them together Denunciation of measures, like the its ntitled U the -
Indiana; T Onus \V/its.m of Minnesota, While the committee was to prevent I IUCMW t r.,8dulc0.ldncloll i ( 6* iTX TAttl ,
f .au4. AdUi J). SLvnio ef I ltcoi., were s-arching for Wilson, the band g..t *cr.' I kt: loo*" jells and screams that shook. with neb furtner lefiiUtioa iatntrkint-- of$ .I r bill, WM. loudlf cbsiidApplausi S Qt., U:4.o: v W 5- uijnuai, ; .5. '-_..".1 1-.: 4j .

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..jflt :. ..ptJBLl8REJWEEXLy.AT"'LOR1DA- Jf r ''I The following' Florida delegates were ; ., W.. ,Moran, who, is one of the &r : :@p ,
ulln "CI
a Dro .
; ,\an.B" -. -.-- c.J appointed to pL-iccs named: leaders in the'ncw political movement GENERAL MERCHANDISEDRY .

'.. ":t, .. '-IC.W. __ Floridalce 11fi'8 j lIt. Dr. A. B. Hawkins now,being inaugurated in this county, 4

-_ _' dltorandp.. "bI16her.: YEAIt.at of Tallahassee on committee on was in the city on Monday of this week
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.' 1", ''uissi'Rn'rIo $1.00A. : 'i"n.\t. ..ct "f 1. ?, ctvdcnlinls.! Frank Adams, of Jasper; on and called nt this office to consult the editor GOODS
ortl/SIII ,
L1 .__- : I on political matters. lIe said that at oH
r ; '. .., "' ,': ; F1A.a&rco'ld permanent orgnnization. Jos. S. White, of
;,8" -Z. 'g.4A' ndng..O.uJ1fU:;1 r' Live Oak; on business rules C. E. Garner a meeting held at Unity school house on

,L;L :A. mer.st: OJlct. nrr..tr.r- ''VR&.r L of Green Cove Springs; on it-solutions June llth, by a rising vote nearly the NOTIONS, L1cok
tI.' to ,- :. o iBB o.1CET. and pUtfoim 'D. L Oaulden of Titus- whole audience'declared that they were BOOTS.

., (4 } z .r MiI1"- : ,-- ville. aud notification committee to notify not bound by the Tampa convention. He
0 4f1IK
: GOVCflOTj : that three of the Tampa delegates
.L._ '.- .<.. T nt t president and vice president W. V- Chip- says SHOES and ptuIcvI1p
MITCHELL.. S and voted the others aud
; 'Po'X.'ibouse y'.4 ley of Pcnsacola.-Metropolis. were present as -

4: 11eith ot JlepTCsenUWa Supreme Court: I that there was not one who voted in the POWDER

'F; ,South .CarolQ.i--.-J. 5uir Vjtl/tw> 'lAitiUlv.x : When the ponderous weight of eight negative although several did not vote at GROCERIES.Starke .

: .. ballot boxts is the third .
deputy,let" placed on party t\
For of State Pure.
tJecretary : all.At Absolutely
'. makcr} ticket this fall it will be so flattened out a convention held at the same placeon
JORU. Fla.Sheriff's .
.,iti'4 that the boss will take it as a place upon the 25th 18 delegates were selected to A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of 9 "i41
f O
;: Lr r it For Attorncy-Gciieral; which to play marbles.-Jasper News. represent 'Lake Butler district in a con- all in l leavening Food Report.strength--Latest U. S Government Sale. -

7.VJLLJ&)1: : .O. LAMA.K. vention to be held at Lake'Butler on July ROYAL BAKINO POWDER Co., lOG Wall St., N. Y. and bv virtue of an execution dated

5- For Comptroller: Bu&kius, Mann Weeks ct aldemand the 7th. to select 10 delegates to represent UNDER 20,1892.issued out of toe circuit court 11
I. O. O. P.Beguarmeeting 4th Judicial circuit in and for the county of Brad- rJ.f
; .i VUALJAI D. LOXnAI.w repeal of House Bill No 4. If we mistake Bradford county in the Jacksonville Bas- every TuesdayS foro In a certain cause therein pending wherein oI;
*.* night in their ball. Transient George Mahon was plaintiff and Charles Ehlers
? For Treasurer; not _Mr, Baskin was a very ardent kin-Weeks convention. Other districts in brothers cordially was defendant I have levied upon and wilt sell

: B. COLLINS supporter of this EJOUJ bill when he was the were invited to send delegates invited. J. O.HA Y ES. in front of the court house door In the town of
"t 'CLARENCE county N.G
; : Starke, in said county of Bradford.to the highest
,, ," : ub'ic iMiruction: represcutiug Marion county in the legislative to the county convention each district to 4. F.J.FIELDS.Sec. bidder for cash, on .
Biipcrintcndcnt The First Monday in August,A.D. 1892, .
session of 1889. What has
1" ', W. S. 6IIEATS. come send two-thirds as many delegates as they Bradford Lodge, No 42, FA.. M. : the same being the first outlay of said month rlf2
:. : over the spirit of your dream Bas.?-.Apalachicola have heretofore sent to the county democratic Meet Thursday night before the third during the legal hours of salon that day.all the
-r. orComgnIs1overof Agriculture: Sunday in each'month. right title and interest of the said Charles Ehlers .
"- Times. convention.Mr. G c WM. F. MALPHURS, W.M. in and to the following lands situated in the -
": 'f LUCIUS B: .WOMB WELL, J. E. WAIXRIOHT Sec. county of Bradford and state of Florida, described .
Moran stated that he did not know
The Pasco county democratic committee as follows: The north half of the southeast :
.:; Presidential Electors; whether there would be a county ticket in COMER L. PEEKATrORNEY.AT.LAWaad quarter,and the southeast quarter of the north-
has taken the bull by the horns and NOTARK east quarter of section 15, township six south,of
: .. T. II. SHACKELFORD the field or not but stated quite emphatic range twenty east; and a darcel described as
t iI made for offices
J>j B.. 'B. BLACK WELL, every candidate county that there would have to be some radical -and- follows: beginning the northeast corner of the HODGES
southeast of the southeast quarter of Wf
Fire Insurance. quarter
show his hand and if on the third party, J
&.,E. )IAyE L. change made. As for himself he section fifteen township south, range twenty f ,
or any other ticket their names appear Represents LIVERPOOL& LONDON&GLOBE, east. thence south two hundred and ten yards
.j-. W. N.THOMPSON. never expected. to participate in a county PROVIDENCE WASHINGTON, GREENWICH, thence west one hundred and forty yards.thence
except that of the organized democratic SECURITY, and HARTFORD Fire Insurance
north two hundred and ten yards, thence east
: "-, iVhJ" qot, get up a Cleveland'and they are invited to either "come off" or democratic'cODvenUon, that he had cut Companies. Choice lots of Land in town and one hundred and forty yards, containing six WitkovsM Building, STARKE
'" l loose from tl.e democratic party. and he county for sale. acres. Terms cash. Property pointed out by
Mitchell t-lub in Starke?
they will lie pulled off the democratic STARKE FLORIDA. plaintiff's attorney. P.S. CHEWS.Sheriff .
did not think that his (the people's) party jnelBtf of Bradford County, Florida.
; CI ,'daud; :: and Stevenson sound ticket. They must prove their allegiance : would make attempt to participate .1ntbe By E. 1':. JOHNS Dep. Sheriff
any .
.' t o the paity nominating them to step July 1. ':?. STERNBURG &
; JVcI''; they.arii a.,strong team and democratic convention to be held at TRUBY UL
: down and out. This is no time for traitors STARKE DRUG COMP'Y Women who have headaches back
t. "ill m.ake big run. The south is I in the partY-1\Ietr.opolis. Starke August 11th, He said that the ,I SICK aches neuralgia, wanty, profuse and _

., u lll notwithstanding the new political party was not the third party painful mt'lIslru"tioo disorders and displace J
-- -.- meats oCthc womb and sexual organs barrenness t.1.
'. Democrats may pooh-pooh at the idea but the people's party and that the leueorrtioea, sliouM send for WOMAN'S 7M
: BOOK OF LIFE (sealed), frw with part iculars
-L- : of any opposition to result from the convention democrats were the third party. for home cure. NO CUR NO PAY. Scientific :

John W. Foster, of Indiana, has I of July' 20 in Jacksonville but He asked if the TELEGRAPH would publish qualincations.unhn.itut eperietlce.careful diag- Wholesale and Retail Dealersit
l President Harri- : nosis and honest renrw-ntati"-are the secrets
een appointed by hat won't go very far toward electing the h news items about the new organization Of our success. Audits. W. i'JtItKEB.M.D.,
ton to be secretary of state to sueT and when informed that we would 340 N. Cherry street,NashvilleTenn. > '
ampa ticket. We must orgau'ze immediately __ __ .i..
always publish the news and were thankful n '
ceed J O. Blaine Foster
resigned. and work incessantly to elect the to those who would take the trouble to i I DEFORMITIES! Genera! Merchandise

resigns a 125,000 position to accept Tampa ticket by a majority equal to that send it, he seemed to be well pleased, us : Cross eyes hare lid, can.-Unroof the s 'iw. ,
$8,000 a year and the ton or. said food many of his party did not ; club fct t.Lip J'diit,ii.-fii-f.ii n.j l al! deformities of
of 1888. or even that bl 1890. i .
Forwarnt the hands arm- I'-cs nml fort radically cured.DbIIurul"lt"

,Op account of the !length of the cd is forearmed.-Timcs-Union for them. lIe said Jthey rather mistrusted Superfl.v Imi" wine mark" ::1l..1 le!. ft... painlessly ". **JGroceries

of the convention the editor, but promised as he left to send Starke, Fla., and perfeotlv removal. St.nil for valuable :-,
report Chicago Than the eloquent Ploxham begins to in news items often. treatise on the n>\''. C. W P iRKER. 31. Ti.. Staple and Fancy .
to l leave the continued :310 N. Clicrrj ttreft,Xu..h\' ''It'. Tcmi. i
ire are obliged
throw hot shot into the ranks of the third Mr. Moran is one of Bradford's best -- -. .
story out this week, but next farmers he has a good farm, a large family DEALERS Any conceivable article. .
mrtyitcs. i independents, soreheads etc., ; nflh/Lt HflW l'''lne"! ami women suffetnUlVl. -
week it will come in all right with"put and the best that he can do is to make .r? UU M. 11'/: trolt mnturm "
$roai th.e stump, they will wish they had both ends meet and he demands relief B CItROXIf DISK.VsK. can-iviire a \&ln.ibl Any kind of Provender l

any chapter being missing. never been born--Metropolis.A. from the government from his straitened DRUGS, work on tlalr nfllk-ticn (sealed) free and Feed Hay
learn hoW flit-v can Lie i-nred at born by wriUnjj
for Live Stock.
dcponnce : condition, DR.PARKER: A C>.. "M N. Ol.v-i'rv .llc-et Xash ,
A U an has a perfect right to P. Baskin wants office worse than I MEDICINES nnd villc TI'U'". Hit rwnre to.d1":t.'l:1 's i n'nai-

the Tampa ticket and platform he wants anything else. Free silver and The Pansy for July is an excellent number gerous.afflicted.ilcasfstaie j :tni-r ri-ui.lili tlnd hw fri.Noticeol' I"III. Goods Millineryl l

__. ____
and declare that be is not TOILET ARTICLES Dry
the sub-treasury are matters of moonshineas and no pains have been spared in ito ? !
bound by it, but he has no right to make-up. This number has some especially Fin sil Disclmige.
compared to a "good fat orfis, -Ilills-
.longer call himself a democrat and able articles, interesting alike to old SPECTACLES, TRUSSES, etc. Six mouLt.s after ate I will r.pj.ly! to tlu county And Furnishing Goods all styles sizes.tad print]
boro Times. and young and should be read be every jutTK of Bradford tonntv. Sutiof Florida ,
dictate to the democratic party. for liiiil fettlfiient si a.l!,';.flSt rft ft'r of the estate Clothing
body. $1 a year, lOc a number. Prescriptions prepared "t all hours dayor .>.fI'ankun.rnc.s: dt ceast-it. late of wmlcoui'tv Call and
II' Judge Mitchell met with a warm reception Our Little men and women for July hasa night. inch25 li. W TURSER, satis(11oursetl.j. "l. t

,. The regnlar democratic county : at Orlando and points on the way, very suggestive fourth of July story and February 8, 1M.llmiui..trator.. For Farmers, Builders. Phosphate -31II1- f

convention is called to meet in the ,. and when he starts out on his campaign pociu a pretty and suggestive story for H'-flin- Hardware ff'

'court house on the llth of August. those who have not known him will soon vacations for pOOl children a charming LUMBER NOTICE. Notice. 1\0 Stores, Ranges CookloU1eDi- ..'..
bit of travel India
in with rhymes and i wi'
the convention
The business before learn the quality and ability of tbe man, shorter stories. Fri-tty and instructive i Six months after date I will present my accounts To suit ,ny Lisle and any pocket. AiII;
Trill! be to select a man for state senator of Starke and and vouchers to the lion Win. F. Maiplinrg -
whose grtut heart and kindly sympathies pictures.. $1 a year, lOc a number.Bubyland ,. To the people vicinity: count judge in and for the county of Furniture
two men for representatives draw all classes to him as the for July opens with a hand This is to notify you that I have closed Bradford and state of Florida as administrator kiuds of other House Furnishinf Goo&J
and,to select a new executive com surely as some frontispiece, and continues with its the saw and planing mill for the summer.I of the estate of John W. Buohnell, de needle points to (Ihc pole. lIe will be pretty stories and bright bits of verse and shall have in the yuri at the mill n final from said settlement administration.and ask for a,final discharge

mittee. elected JiJ1d his wisdom will insure a most rhyme through us delightful numlicr as few thousand feet of rough lumber, also A. \V. BIDDLE, i

popular administration.-Tampa Tribune. the luliics could wish. Baliys Bedtime quite a large quantity ot choice novelty Hay 27.1693.-6m r.Sheriff's LOWEST PRICES' :
We have a long communication and surfaced luni"- BEST GOODS
will prove a charming help for mamma. siding, floonusr. ceiling
this week from Mr. W. H. Pinhols. Look Before You Leap, as the pretty jingle said ct the bedtime ber, which will be left in charge of lr. Sale., .

ter of Litesville. Our type-setter is hour will feliow. This dainty little magazine LawrenceVstll.. of Starke, for sale. Any U DER and by virtue of an execution dated
I: notice in late issue of the TELEGRAPH I
want of lumber find May 90th 1992 issued out of the circuit
ui-e in it to his
: stands without a rival in iu especial may
nnablp to read it and the best lawyer forthe4tbjudicfalclrcultloand
in is unable to its the minority report and call for a field of labor. 50c a year, 5c a number. interest to call on him. I court Bradford in and count, in a certain cause therein pending for- TURNOUTS
town explain YOUR STYLISH A I
convention of the tortJieads or third party The above magazines are published by James E. E11S wherinw. H. Chew and Frank L.Chew. FOR
meaning. We have pigeon.holcd it, the D. Lothrop Company. Bostou.Subscribe merchants and partner* doing business under ,
people who were disgruntled at the action
further instructions SUrke, Fla., April 22, 1803. Agt. the firm name of Chew Brothers were plaintiffs
awaiting from I of the state convention of the democratic g 3m and A.R. Uosenberger and S. P. Shirley. late -
the writer. Now. partners in the banking business under the firm SADDLE HORSES
party. The platform as reported by thc With their usual appreciation of the de name of Uosenberger & Shirley, were defendants I
Wanted.A I have levied and will sell
in front ofthe
Those good democrats who have majority and adopted by the convention L mauds of their patrons, Messrs. A. McDowell court house door in the town of Starke in

: covers all the ground, is in fact the aliiance & Co. are still working hard to few good Ladies and Gentlemen to said county of Bradford,to the highest bidder on For Ladies' and Gentlemen's Kit
forsaken the old party just on the further improve their fashion journals and canvass for the GASKELL LITERARY The First Monday in Jiilv A. D.IS92,
eve of success to follow"after false: platform with the tomfoolery lefi L to bring them closer in touch with Paris CLUB at a guarantee $75 00 per month. the same being the 4th day of said month during -
the legal hours of sale that U the
on day %
cods, will be over anxious to sneak out; it is long enough and broad encugt and its latest stylc.Vuh this end in Address right,title and lutt-rest-the same being a two- an.a.

: back into line before election time for any true democrat to stand upon am I view Mr. A. McDowell has just left for n. L. BliGhT thirds undivided interest-of said A. R. Rosenbergpr -

: this fall It \\'i11no take an intellireqt these men profess to be democrats. I hope Europe intending to spare neither time noGly 254 Franklin st, Chicago. 111. situated and in the 8. county P. Shirley of Bradford in the foUowins state of lands Florida TEAMING OF ANT KIND, :O".k- .

-1 nor money in adding new feMures to thefirm's .described follows: The west half of the
man long to see the folly of r they are and that they will stop and look Notice.All I.
publications. Paris album of Fashion northwest quarter of southwest quarter. and
.- his ways. before they make their leap. I am afraid I and La Mode tie Paris, with these two, personsjndebted to the estate of Clarence west hah of southwest quarter of southwest J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s Livery Stablesj -

_ is C. Bryan, late of Bradford county deceased, quarter section eight;and northeast quarter and ,
& that some-a great many Indeed-are a year given to all subscribers for one north half ot northwest quarter, and east half .'
will forward and settle the "
: : come same at once **s
The Leesburg Commercial a abont to rnnke this leap in the dark: how year paying 3.SO in advance a highly and all persons having claims against said estate of southeast quarter northwest quarter and Fine Horses, Carriages and Saddles. Expert DriTersi?.
useful work west half of southeast quarter, and east hal.of
called Dressmaking siniplified. will present them, duly authenticated, within '
$20,000 libel suit on hand. It has many of them haye read the third party These journals with La Coutuiiere the time prescribed by law,or the same will be south northeast half southwest quarter of southwest quarter section quarter. and I Animals and Vehicles for any kind of llaultnj' d;
become Quite a common thing for platform in full? How plead bar of their recovery. eiKhteen.all
of them and La
Motto make list of
many a publications in township seven south of range twenty-two
some crank to sue for libel, imagining know the "demands" contained therein? that are beyond coc.petition because their8tylesare June 17, lR92.-8t Administrator. east containing four hundred and sixty'seven i-t
that his character is not reproductions but : acres,more or lefg;also all the right title and I CHARGES. PROMPT ATTENDANCE. j.+l.fJ.i'
injured, Let them lake a good look at this one, originals Election Notice. interest-the same being a half undivided interest -
,' when if the truth made up in Paris and come out a month -of A. R.Rosenberger and S. P.Shirley iu and
as a general thing and
think of the amount of money it earlier than other fashion journals. A. WHEREAS, The legislature of 1891, under the to the following lands situated in the county of STABLES OPPOSITE MOITT'S CARRIAGE FACTORY STI_
wai known he is a with no constitution of 1885.of the state ol Florida,did Bradford aud state of Florida,described _
person would require to carry it out;why Reed's: McDowell & Co., 4 W.'14th street, New resolution ag follows
character to begin with. pas joint proposing an amendmentto : Ten acres in the southwest corner of the
: mmon-dullur congress would be out of York. constitution of the state of Florida, Foutheast quarter of the southeast quarter of
demand -- the same was agreed to by a vote of three. section twenty-nine township six south of FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAN
sight"Ve that
the union soldiers $100 Reward. $100 fifths of the members elected to each house;that range twenty-two east,less one acre in the north
Judge Mitchell, tho next governor be paid in full the difference between Tho readers of ihe TELEGRAPH will be the vote on Bald joint resolution W8 enter up east corner in the form af a rectangle bounded i FLORIDA TRUIs LINE. SHORT .
of Florida has make rI on their respective journals on the east and west sides by lines of 283 feet
.. promised to an gold and greenbacks at the time they received pleased to learn that there is at least one nays thereon, and they did determine aud direct and on the north and south sides by lines of To All points in South Middle and West Florida Mobile, eY Orleans*d tteM
: active campaign of the state When their in dreaded disease that science has been L that the said joint resolution b Eubmilo tht- 153 84100 fe'etandsoleavir.gauet area of Dine Direct connections to alt points Northwest nndJCortl-east. Elegant newcoachc*..
.. he tells the about the pay greenbacks. Foolish able to euro in all its stages, and that is I electors of the state at the gceral eleton to beheld acres, more or less. Terms cash purchasers Route from Tampa to Cincinnati without change of weeper.., ,. J
people political ness is no name for it. Then the radical I catarrh. llall' Catarrh cure is the only in each county in paying for titJ '. via 8Ionticvllo aud Thomasvflle. %SS'f: ..
situation in the state they will fall I positive rnre now known to the medical On Tuesday next succeeding the first Mo&day in "- P. S. CREWS IIMB CARD iu effect June 12, 1891. < ,
platform etc plank of which demands the
( 18 Sheriff Bradford Co., Florida 3 I 7 SOUTHERN Dlv'N.I 8 I 0& 10 t WE8TEKN 1)1 b'
into line and work witl renewed I of the infamous rl"aternit.r. Catarrh being H constitutional the said Tuesday being day of the sid June 3.1892. "*- -
: vigor for the good of the passage Lodge force bill, disease requires 'constitutional October. The said joint resolution reads as follows 5 50 p 1010 a Lv Fcrnandtna Ar 3O P 9 45 a ClOp 1 011 a L" Jacksonville: Ar718p1125aLv .
party. and declares that they will "never relent, treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken : Sheriff's Sale.The Callahan Ar 235p 730a 840p 735aLv Baldwin Ly'
Judge Mitchell and the whole Tampa internally, acting directly the ARTICLE I. I 840plll5alv9S5pll.r.9pLv Jacksonville Ar 230p 630a 11 25 a 8S3aAr lake City Lv I lI
until our elections arc placed under fed upon Baldwin Lv 545a *11 9 44 AT Live Oak Lv I
blood and Section 2 of Article X of the constitution is Thurber Whyland Co.. 145p a a
ticket must be elected and with mucous surfaces of the .
: system I
eral control. hereby amended so as t follows: 'The vs. 1117 P 111 pAr StarKe Lv)147a 4 31 a aAzSI1"ODBee spgsLv.
.; a bigger vote than ever. thereby destroying the fotmlation of tho, exemption provided ra 1 of Article X: Wills SOwens.. 1221 a 223 p Ar Hawthorne I.v 11 CO a 3 ZJ a. 2 11 a 10-tOaAr Madison Lv 4 1430all53pAr
4 Now put this and that together and see disease and giving the patient strength I of the constitution of Florida shall inure to the BY virtue of an execution issued out of the 1 Od n. 251pAr Citra LvllOta 244n Monticello Lv I.
,, .-.a--. if by building up the constitution and assisting widow and descendants o( the party entitled to above stated cause. to me directed from the 331 pAr Silverl'prinpl.v 9 30 a 510 a 145pAr Tallahassee 'Lt743a .1*
Ne; Monday i is the fourth day we, democrats of the south can afford nature in doing its work. The such exemption in the following proportion viz: office of the clerk of the circuit court of Bradford 2 14 a 344 pAr Ocala Lvl014& 14SaHomosassa 343pAr Quincy LvSOOa
One-half thereof to the widow, Florida. under 705pAr500a Ly 7 00 a 450pArRiTerJnDcUonLvJt|
to leave the only true there bea county. a judgment rendered
of July. How littlu patriotism people's party; the proprietors have so much faith in its.I widow, and the rem I half to therein on the 3d dav of May, A.D. 1892 I in said I U p Ar I-eesbiirjj Lv 8 4i a 10 30 p 6 3f>p litO p Ar Penncoto Lv I..:
old anti tried democratic party.It curative powers that thev offer One Hun the child or children hu or their circuit court. I, as sheriff of said county have 54ia 54tpAr Tavare Lv 814 a SlOp 2COaAr Mofcflo Lv jg*' .
do we exhibit. The anniversary: of is dred Dollars for any case that it tails to descendants the latter taking the Itrt their levied upon the following described lands gjtuat- 809a 638pAra Apopka Lv 723* G3Gp 74SaAr NewOrieaM L* iVpHOOaAr ..
; the day'of independence seems to true, tba.manalJUses have crept cure. Send for list of testimonials. parent or parents would take if all 'here: ed hi said county of Bradford, for satisfaction of to a TlOpAr Orlando Lv 700a Slap St.Louis Lr T. ",
+ into our party management,' rings and Address, F. J. C1IKNEY ( O. be no child, children or descendants, then the said execution and all costs and will expose the 3 3t a 4'"P Lv Wildwood Lv 9(itt a 12 SO p 4 43 a i Ar Chicago t'r.8 ;
Jiavo lost all its interest to most of Druggists .75c. exemption shall inur to the widow,if there same for sale to highest and best bidder for cash 5154 BISpAr6SOa DadeCity Lv 731 1030p ji'KRNANDI.N A ANII
: ,.. No more beautiful custom cliques have been formed by unscrupulous Toledo, O. W provided Section 4 of this article. b r in front of the court house door in the town of 719pAr Plant CUT Lv 6 30 a Slip 6
exist S S b widow then the exemption shall I Starke in said Bradford county,within the hours 7 l O& 8iOpAr Tampa Lv 530a810p I CO I l :
politicians to continue
among the American people themselves iu office; The California world's fair commission I nre to descendants of the party entte thereto of sale prescribed by law, on 2 COp Ar Waldo Lv 1142 a 430p 80aLr JackwnvUlJto"
t than the celebration of the of but there"are I local affairs and need load I has decided to send a famous tree ,and sucn exemption shall al debt I Monday.the 4th day of July,A. D. 1892 the same 233pAr Gainesville Lv U li a 5&I! P 111C a Ar Feraandiua LT H530pAr '.
fourth big to except as specified in Section 1 of said being public sale day,viz.: The KX of NEW of 8 20 pAr Cedar Key I., ,7 30 a Brunswick .Ls10
if July and we would be glad 1 to see it treatment and can aDd will be remedied the exposition and to 'plant it near the New therefore, notice of such determination &E. (except 5 acres in SE corner Bold to 1). J. I :
nt the California building. The tree selected is hereby with the following instructions:: Hollister), 15 acres; also SX of EX ofSEtf of Trains on Southern division leave Archer daily except Sunday at 3:40 p at for
; followed more in our city. proper time and In the proper pace! 800 feet high, and now stands i Any gven. to vote at such election NE. 10 acres; also Wjf of NEJ ofSE.16ac Early Bird and Eagle Mine:leave Eagle mine daily except Sunda,at 4:30*.a.for J
but we pannot afford to imperil the wel on private in favor of tbes amendment sal have res. all in section 32 tp 0 8,range 22 E. Ako53, Intermediate doiata. Train leaves riedo and Whiter Park daily except Sunday. "-I4>t
grounds near the famous Mariposa grove. ten or the same wdt acres beginning at the NW corner of NW# Of I also daily at 8 30 a m; Winter Park at 8 37a m at Orlando..;l.aves 1aaepznamvingWinteri'ark523pmOvledo6pm. 4
Our people should take more interest fare of oqr southern country at this crit- The Californians say that they can transport names of tha person or persons voted for for any S W}$see S3.tp 8 8.range 2'J: E. running thence S ":o*'"
in school cal penod; in an of this tree to Chicago without injuring office or offices at said elect ion are written or along section line to a post set to lands deeded by Pullman sleepers for Cincinnati and TaD\PB"nd Jacksonville and Tampa and. J
matte There i is attempt a general and New Orleans. -nt 4'
printed, and on the same side thereof as such John Hall to Sarah J. Jolly. thence east along
: tho very best opening for a good I reformation ia politics. Would it not be it, by using a special train of ten fiat cars names are written or prnt the words"For said land line within 00 feet of the center of Trains on the Fernandtna and Cumberland route leave Jacksonville and Fern$
and that when it Is planted in the exposition Amendment,"and ay eletor desiring to th railroad track thence northerly parallel with except Sunday. Connects at Fernandina for. Diragenness. Cumberland Inland Jtkyil .
first-class school in Starke. We have wiser to "bear the ills we haye than'fly I grounds it will look just as if it had I apaintt said amendmet have written or said track to the north line of the afore mentioned Brunswick formIng the Cumberland route and making connections toe Mjcon Attaatanoojfa ><
the building, the pupils and the faculty to those we know not of." there. The scheme printed on suh the side thereof above SWM of 8WK, thence W to place of begin and northern and wgternpoint. Sunday train leaves Jacksonville 8 CO a in.makMf
grown meets
gre.r.tfavor prpscribad, words"Against the ning. Property pointed out by plaint lfT att' land route connection. Leaves Fernandina 5 pin,arrives Socfcnonvflle 8 13 p m. iSdhlMl
:- to run the same, but fur some W. :K:. Cessna the editor and 1 publisher among exposition officials. votes cast on this question Amendmet"The canvas P. S. CUW8.y. cars Brunswick to Atlanta and Atlanta Cincinnati and Nashville. *,f-'.

unknown the of of the third <* ; sed and declaration and return thereof bo Sheriff Bradford County, Florida information see local agent, Ticket office 60 W. Bay street, corner He., .,r 1'1
reason the
support. party paper of this state, is a MfcH Grace Llttlejohn is little 'made by the i inspectors and by the county canvassinz '. E. Bean Att'y for Plaintiff. Hogan street. Jacksonville. A. O. MacDonellOen..P..
citizens is lacking. Let us all irelk rank republican, aq original 'carpet-bag. aged eleven years, residing in Baltimore girl. in the name board manner and by and the at state the tunes canvassing as bar JaDe 2.-l9'J_ N. S. PENSIKGTON. Traffic-Manager.-- -'ho

a good word for our high I ger,1: was a constant office holder under Ohio. Read what she savs: "I was troubled for persons for offices at raid election ar required Master's Sale.

do whatever comes in our way to the republicans national and state until could with rheumatism for two years, but The by law attention to be cva.del returned UNDER and by virtue of a decree of foreclos- SUMMER RATES. 1t.
help the school ; : get nothing to do me any good. I cane the law sale duly made and entered in and -
along. Nothing they were dtivep from power by the : was so helpless that I had to be carried requiring them to cause in a notice said ele. by the circuit court of the 4th judicial circuit in liot'

: could be of geeater benefit to our people's democratic party He and others like a bai>o. when 1 was advised to get a county.tion to be itth published< re be a paper a newspaperprlnted in the county;and if. and for Bradford county iu a certain cause in THE GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA B. R. is DOW

town than a good high'school. of his class are now engaged by the L got bottle It of from Chamberlain's our druggist Pain Mr.Balm. I there cause be no at paper least published five copies in of the county they chancery chard is therein complainant pending.and. wherein Martha Fewkes Emma and Ri- paring rates for the travel out of Florida to all summer r .",

-. republican patty managers north in thia Knmbler, and in three days I was.T.A.up sal in the most public places thi noUc cout.t b I are Joseph defendants Fcwkes I will and Truby.sell to the Sternburg highest&bidder Co., will shortly be placed on ale. .i.

politics from our Exchanges,, infamous attempt to break the "solid and walking around. I have not felt any IN TESTIMONY set my band WHEF lhave affixed I. for cash.in front of the court house door in the This line is the shortest. and fastest out of Florida, canjttf lotIndia '.

; ? The New York \V.irM prints the startling south" by iutroducins this third party and I limber return of as it they since ever and wero.my"limbs 50 cent are bottles as get seal.this of 22d Florida day of heruto Tallahassee A.D. 1893. te th town of Starke The First in said Monday county in July on ,1892. mail to all points west and northwest. Trains arrive; ani"from

: information with comment that the 8O-cs1tl'll'\form movement: Can any true for sale by all medicine dealers. JUDe.. CRAWFORD, legal the same sale being within the 4th day of said month and a union depot in Pahtka and Macon. Connection nadeitb

t; tcnatc.commUlce. has added $11.912.834 democrat and ]loyal southern man follow -- Mt P.Sheriffof S. CRRWS Bradford, snt of Sate, that day,the day.following the real legal estate hours situated of sale the on in Macon with the vestibule limited for the Carolina, Virgi* _

,jL to the enormous pent-ion bill passed liy; such leaders with any hope of bettering only The improved athletic the tames of the ancients not July 1. 11,-m \ 1011 county follows of Bradford: The west, state half of of the Florida southwest described quar- east, and with through sleeping car lines for resorts in TennIIIr

c- the house. Tk astounding total is now his conditiop, cither' morally. financially of the people but tended physical directly development to ad- Estttsl.LD 4c CAVEATS. i township tarot the seven northwest south quarter of range of 22 section east contain fltteen. tuekv and all points north and northwcsf. Sleeping cars between "

f 148,737,350. nearly double the cost of ? I say again brother. democrats, vance their intellectual and moral culture. .lug twenty acres more or less;also the wing and Macon. Trains leave as follows: Palatka, 5 40 a. ra. anti 8 li'I -

|1be iit in 1887, an increase in five years "look before yen k-1 p,:" The early and long training ,by which -- yean personal old.property Terms:cash One pun-baser bay hone paring about eight for Hampton 31 a. m. and 0-. 37 p. m., Jake City, 8 03 a. m. and 10 69]

oT I10.COO.OOO more than the entire cost M. C. L.plBcorerr they were preceded, and the exercises titles. J..1IES T. WIUS. A. P. KNAPP, Traffic Manager. JAMES MKHSIKS, Q*?
.L rough which lib child the Juaeaiaft.
youth and Special Master
of the government.before the vrar.Bastin of ton .""..a". r the man were conducted by successive PRiVATE TING-IN DEPARTMENT Uril Who are WEAK.XEHYOOyIftil

.- About three years ago. the accidental 1 stages culminated at length in that union :Ii otiee.otice Is she worth saving If she was your daUghter ) TATED.whoIafaBjror|

ami Weeks: have c'langcd tfce burning of u "hghlwood" e'et.W lsb-'! of beauty and strength m which physical of Change of Voting Place in District you would certainly say yes! Due toTanmigTiaricd trifled away their Tijro._ _

; date- of Ibeir conmiliorj winch they Lave ton developed a deposit of ckjr which OH I- perfection consists and in which the ancient At a meeting No, 5,Bradford of the board county of,county Florida.commissioner ,. a lady moment finds under herself solemn in a&ndWontodi -- upon the and weli Mabood.of,lit.-casin heada

A. Called IQ meet ia Jacksonville from July being exposod to the air : greeks surpassed every other nation. *of Bradford county, Florida held at the grace both herself and rmfly-unless something i dreadful dreams wkas 01
turned white! It ir done. the f.ce ad*
Ii TRADE court house June 6. 1512, the voting place of Dis During the period gestation and confinement upon *
H to July 30. This Is done because iLs was at first'thougt"t to be brick. cluy. bet Better than a SI bottle of Blood trict No. 5 was changed from the Pine Hill Academy .we offer to tub class ofnnf ortunate- decay, coOK
MARKS. ww7e; DEIGNI to Lttesville school home, four girLt an horn In UFB Ccare
members elegant which
thin cwiren'Jcp ,Purifiar! '
: party ( rnrtt* in Jacksonville I upi 11 nR testnl AS. found worthless I Dr. W. II. We fin i.Ctd aKictioa .to CUM r of the board being present and all voting for the prIvacy fe observed and under the immune NO'CUHSSOPAY.DR. -
F catha: day S'ld they vut toyn in ). .L4L r'rc. lliter: Evans the leading druggist h&di. .t utttfcrtBcra. ape1s. :tn change. It was further ordered that notice of care of 8dUral! physicians and staff of trained PARR sIGN.c2isrV?it.
: : :_ _. on. on being of Snnfoid, Florida says: "I always I E prcptriUoa of Cbt i j to this change be published in the Bradford County Address W. '.. 31. D,,Fresh, Hi Tabules one liter .
..:1lh U, body seal and Lrccchca -. pcr j.UJ-: ;;, It LR H, li'hl b e ::: : nhnut I f-el .ir- in reromniendlnjr St. Patrick's defnce cf nU<f reiu far o ck1\c. ti.crmecmtlom a TnjccRipn once a week for four we-ka an J that The Good Samaritan Samtonum. ;aty otices. pans banish paI'Itipans

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of deeds m the office of the clerk the
T of-the : Tabules mote
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; .. Tb' ;;; f .),': Nna3; : v.fretil' u-icl. :.i'.i! i i.4'I IT.U<'r. anil one dose of them will are often no j I 1003 1 St., IVnsIiIugtaa, D. C. i cult eowt commissioners of Bradford countv.of said By order of thecounty Ripans Tabules constipation..
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Florida t3: cvlto t' .Ftd' tic.. ln- ('"h.. ; i 1 I :1 k.ki.UCAb.t..u" tfCS uf r ; any fccoklet. "I:'avt.-cgre.** pcbUabef price \VEESS, grapes,
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: t*lIP iwaafacums sad I of County Commissioners Bradford WPllD.i Tabules au orange
< 4.-, .'. by all medicine dealers, p&teateel. C> .. cure dytpepsia.tiptns .
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BRADFORD CODHTY TELEGPH, The Armory (being painted. Teachers';Institute. The Gypsies are :Comtu .- 1.i f..: : 'RBE': .-, ,- :&be4. . : 4
:The Bradford: Teaches Jnstl- festival at Hemingway Hall Fri-1 ,
i / Gypsy wr
', -. : Come! arid Bee the Gypsies to-nigbt tute will be heldst Luke Boiler on Aug.' day night Jaty l..J8Mor.,be efil of ) 32Swkbsnerftta'atla- .**
r Admittance wtoo BUSINESS'AND NORMAL SCHQOLY. ; -- .v
of Starke.
the Odd Fellows "Lodge '* *l
15ib tins -
.:: Starke, Kla., July 11892.. ar. Prof. fichell, who Is new are makine*every. effort to procure fundsto ,' f*

2 5== and bride are. expected In' the north attending different normal build a half.' Ice 'cream and other refreshment .. .. r, vjilstritTclsmoan -
:; home schools will bare of 'the institute. will be served by the gypsy .. .-. 1p $;1ut:2cen1 'Y- .
: T 'LocalWhy a.tra.tr _to-morrow.._ charge ., w: .MCDONALD, Principal, : :- "stlonaettprnpt'uikL. ;
All teachers girls In full costume. There will be lots .. ,.
county are expected: to attend i .. A
:- :flour when Don't forget the Gypsy Festival this of fun, so let .everybody come out and MISS ELLEN :DAVIS, Assistant, r- J
buy inferior you Hemingway hall help the cause of Friendship, Love and Illauce'toask a -
to-nigbt. .
the ... lawaofthe.'
Home at n

f' can get at::Hciberger Sweet & Richard.A same Mrs. 'E D Prevatte_ of Green County Democratic democratic convention Convention.A is call. Truth.Committee ,W. N: Mcacham. J. N. Will open July 5th for a term of Six Weeks. We PorshfrticaUedIiaAnd spend oar-rt.doIi.'. zoisk;- -; -.th*; '. -
price county
Jones J. Uglow, J. O. Haynes, F. J: ,. %..
Cove is in ed ( brictet bned eolUnWhen (
A fjJflieOf paints at Springs, thecity._ to meet at the court house in Starke on Field. N. W. Hack tL That.oonwiUf&d. !

'Truby, Sternburg & Co. Mrs..Taft Thursday, August llth, 1892. for the pu?. Admittance free.. see our tailor. .7'''Ij 1. aWe '
is spending
some time pose of nominating one senator from the Anddsm.qnh1-j

See y.:!. J<>ne8' white dieas goods White, Springs for tier.health. 15th senatorial district., two members of Try BUCK.DR UeiNT'tea for DJspeJ*" Terms-Tuition due in Advance No deductions mark With cheeks grown J*>,.
purchase. the legislature and electing a new executive At what he's ma&. -

ror.eYou: Mrs. J. Chaa..Richard, Jr., is visiting committee. The election districtsof ENTIRE COURSE ............... .... ........... .:...... ...........$:; 00 .

Our line of ladies' black silk urn with her parents at Melrose.MM. : number the county of delegates are entitled: to the following Texas Former exchange Third has Parties.A been looking up PENMANSPIP ALONE .. ..... .... .. .. .... .. ... .... ........ ... ..... ... .200 The We think sun's It's so sunny.fannY/ .

bwllas i cannot be Sternburg surpassed.& Co. Falconer left yesterday for District No. 1, Lawtey, 10. the history of third parlies for the benefit MATHEMATICS..... .. .. ...................... ....... .................. 2.CO, To-spend Buthoww.1J2oami our money 'If -'
I o. '
an extended visit to Baltimore, Md. a' 2. Lake Butler. 27 of its friends who !have st'.n.ed&y with ENGLISH GRAMMAR.\ ... ..... ... .... ...... ...... .... ..: ..... .... ... 200. cornea vftcAtldnWe'UsklpfllrUUon -
yt J. Jones has a full stock of .. 3. Palestine 9. called. Here is the
coffins and casketsat Mr. T B Harlig takes charge of 4. Providence. 11. he people's party. so BOOKKEEPING................ ... ............ ..,................-..... ... 2.00 And osculation, .
run supplies, 'I 5. Pine Hill. 13. list: And stay at home. .,
all prices. the Five Mile school next Monday.All .h. 6. Starke. 23. .1. The Clinton democracy born 1812 PHySiOLOGy. .. ....... ... .......... .. ........ ........ ............. ..... 2.00 -Clothier and FonJabeb-

7. Hampton, 7. and died the same .. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT, till noon,.... ..... .......... ... .. .:...... 2.00
All kinds of hauling done urorapt- summer goods at reduced it is recommended that primaries beheld year. An Interrupted Sentlmeat.

ly at J. W. Alvarez & Co.'s stables. prices. Truby, Sternbnrg & Co in each district on Thursday, August 2. The anti-masonic party, born 1826. Mr. Blowhard tell you what,.I believe

4tb, 1892. nnd though such men as Seward Weed, in,a man being supreme in his own

Domestic and New Home sewing Cash bays'the goods cheap at J. L. HILL.Ch'nDem.Ex. Filmore, Clay und Wirt were identified family. No woman could ever.-' *.
sale J.V.. Hodges. Com. I Telephone-Tinglingling br-r-r-r-rl ]
machines by with its existence ceased in 1832.
& Co. J. 41. JOHNS, Ci'k Dem. Ex. Com. it. This course is designed! especially for those who are preparing to Mr. Blowbard-Excuse*mea moment.

Trnby, Sternburg Mr. C C Powell, of Rochelle, is July 1. 1892.NetLEE'S 3. The liberty party, born in 1840 and i teach, and for young men and women fitting themselves for bookkeepers. Hello Is that you my dear Very. well

Pictures, frames, eto> at in town, looking after his interests WINE OF CARDtll for Weak Nerves. died in 1844. Our methods are thoroughly Normal. I'll be home at 6. Where's that _Wornan'3 .,
Bros. here. 4. The free soil or abolition party, suffrage meeting All right. Ill,
2t Morgan I Bring all your books with you, when coining from a distance. The mind the baby. -,.
J W Hodges has a large stock of born in 1848 died in 1852.i. will be Miss DAVIS who has much
Primary Department taught experience York Sua
for sale at 50c Te1epbone-Tlng-Ung.-New ,.
Alvarez for the latest Strawberry plants .
Go J. G.
to clothing that he is bound to sell. 5. The southern state's rights party, in the work. We guarantee ABSOLUTE ATISFACTIOY.
thousand. Address J. H. Moore ;
styles of gents' collars. per Callandseeit. born in 1852 died the same year. Held C.ptlre.,-
Theresa Fla.J. Call on or address,
6. The American or know-nothing Never shall ItDrIe&the day
Send your Jacksonville consignments Starke Boy's Composition.The We rode In the
W. make born in 1858. died in 1860. W. McDonald car together.
Producer'sand Hodges wants to party.
to tho "printer's devil" is so called from And I sat down while she stood up. >
_Consumers Exchange. tf room for new goods. Call and see his appearance and his moral qualities. 7. The liberal republican party, bornin Starke, Florida. And the passengers wondered whether

Traveler's Hotel in Jacksonville his bargains. With' ink stains all over he looks like the 1872 died the same year. Whether,as 8helooked down at me
The : birth and And smiled
8. The temperance parly's and bowed BO cheery;
is the only first-class hotel to 5fr.*Henry Richard is in the city "spotted prince from Senegambia" in a enth in 1872. I was a fool to keep my soak

all summer. this week shaking hands with his circus side show. and when it comes to Oron1yatrIeweary.I .
keep open 9 The labor reform party came into
""" many friends. being Imd h? takes the biikery He ruins see her face-twas a pretty face-
"Don't forget that we are head- he editor's shears his B"d went out of existence in 1872. And the smile that slowly faded
by trimming toenails GINGINNflrTIFLORIDflr
quarters for James Means' shoes. More rain has fallen this week with them be tills his fountain 10. The American national party was When some woman whispered at my.side, ,,

A Truby, Sternburg & Co. than for many a day in the same with mucilage instead of ink and steuls pen i born iu 1875 and died in l*76. "Well,that.fellow- moat Jaded." .

length of time. his leadpeocil. He can mix up type more 11. The prohibition party, as a nation- @rPLIMITED.@ Bat what could I do for ber'who held -
Curtain poles and lace curtains at in one hour than a compositor can make A place in my memory tender
al 1 was born in 1876 awl has been L
J. G. Alvarez. Col. T E Bugg and Mrs. Lizzie straight in a week and causes the latter party. @rtI@ For'ua&.aa 1ta'-
to wonder which of two evils to choose IL slow death ever since. Fd broken my nfclldothtec aML Y

The nicest table damask in the Epperson White are spending. some time at to emigrate or lo suicide. lIe puts the 12. The national_ party was born; in Vestibuled from end to end. Solid train carrying: Pullman's Finest Buffet DrawioS I i .

citv t N. J.: Jones' cheap mammoth Springs.Mrs. paste pot in the sun to make it smell bud: 1888 and died the same year. I Room S1'epg Can from ST. AUGUSTINE to CINCINNATI without change. Lighted with ps..1Day The Clerk's Mistake

dry,goods_store. Hull has returned from Jacksonville like Barnum's of for plow him elephant it takes an 13. Tire national erty party breathed I Coaches have coavenieoces of toilet,traoling apartmeat.etc..And are attenJtJ by an experienced Travers I had a provoking thing happen

TijebesTRio coffee 6 Ibu. for $1 where she has spent the icre without space pieing u lot of type.to turn and around be on Its first and last breath in 1889. porter. No extra charge. Leaves St.:Augustine Dally, 115 A.M.; Jacksonville.liS P.'M.;Calla the other day. I opened on account with a
caps baa;2:83 P. M.;Waycrow,':351'. M.;Jesup 6:10 P.lol. Arrives Macoa.ll:32 P.M.;Atlanta&iO A.M.;
and then
Richard's.. in business. be climax when he to wash the 4. The furnishing store they had the
] was
Heiberger & past year attempts greenback-labol party '.
at ,I Cbattaaooga,8:00 A. M.;Cincinnati,TdO P.M.,and Chicago- O A.M. nerve to send mo some staff C. OL D.Dashaway :.
office towel-an impossible thing in the
born in 1882 and died.so quietly that the
JttiVreceived a full line of .James Come and see the Gypsy Camp I first place and a breach of office etiquette "THE OHIO SPEClftL"-SOUO! TRAM.Pnlbnsa -Uovr did that happen They
exact time of its demise is not known. .
must hare made mistake didn't
a they
Means' shoes at J. G. Alvarez.A to-night. Help the cause of Friendship I nc printer can stand. Every devil
I Since 1883 dozen different Travers (sadly)-Yea. The
Love and Truth. chews: tobacco and sometimes, by promis- probably a and Mann Buffet Sleeping Cars from JACKSONVILLE to CINCINNATI without cha &'e. proprietorwas
A stock of tiffins and cask- ,lug some green clerk a puff ia the paper, parties. all more or less tinctured with Leaves Jacksonville Daily 7:33 M.Callahan,8:10 P.M.;Waycrow 10::>> P.U.;Jesnp.11S3: P.M.; out when I opened the account.

ets at N. J. Jones. The election notice in regard to he manages to get a box of deadly cigarettes communism and socialism, have flourished Arrives at Macon 5:13 A.M.; Atlanta 8:23 A.M.; Chattanooga, !:3J 1".M. Leave Chattanooga.7:00 Clothier and Furnisher. -

Home flour? constitutional (said puff, by the way, never sees P. M..arrives ia Cincinnati,7:20 A.M.,and Chicago 8:3): P.M.
Sweet .
Have tried the amend- for short times.
proposed .
you daylight). Curses not loud but deep are Through Sleeping Cars leave Chattanooga for Washington,Philadelphia and New York:at 8:33 A.M.; The Ban Saw.One
The sale? are increasing every day. ment is published in this issue. lulphurizing the atmosphere surroundingthe So it will be seen that the democrats 9C5 P. M. p fingered Jake

The best trade uses it. For sale by devil, and the editor glares at him so have danced at the funeral of more than a via theRates Scenic Shenandoah Valley'Route. Thus spake:
& Richard. Fannie, infant daughter of Mr much during the day that he shines witha "BillbeVU t.w-
Heiberger score of parties. to all Eastern Points are as lew by these lines as by any ail! rail rentes For berth reserva. Ho said'two a buzz saw
and :Mrs. M. Parish died Tues *
on pale phosphorescent light two hours after
-- tioas folders and all information,apply! to any Ticket Agent in Florida or to I said ho lied.Xthenltriod. '
Spring goods irt an endless quan. day morning, only a few days old. sundown. And still he flourishes. .
at'N. J. Jones' mammoth store. Melons and vegetables are cheap !. F. MJOLLY, DIst. Pass. Agt.,82 W. Bay St., Astor Block, JACKSONVILLE? FLA.B. p'Intouttohini .-
tity Met,,"', WINE OF CAROUI for female diseases. and plentiful in the market.
School board in session A.Iongltsrlm
were on W. WK NH, C. N. KlGHT,
J. G. Alvarez has just received acarlad Monday and Tuesday, making their Absolutely the Best. Gen'l Pass. A:Ticket Apt, Aid Gcn'l Pas. Art, Thar want no teeth'In sight.. .-

of "Diploma" flour. appropriation for the coming year. "I never hesitate to recommend Cham.berlaln's The Revival Song Books used by KNOXVILLE, TENN. ATLANTA, CA. Flip ZippI : -

Cough Remedy as absolutely ulpeppcr for sale at Morgan Bros. Bill was
Our. stock of groceries is the most Politics are beginning to heat the best," says Mr. F R. Kemp, assist rightDetr&t Tree Presa.
up. few left. It
complete in town and prices way ant business manager of the Youngston, Only a --
The people's party men seem to behaving Ohio, Daily Telegram, one of the most *
down to bard pan. things all their own way so influential and valuable newspapers in One lot of 8 cent calico reducedto tad Learned Ills Lesson.-

.:f Truby, Sternburg & Co. far. the Buckeye state. Mr. Kemp also says: 5 cents at E. L. STEWART, M. D. F0R SALE "John," said Mrs. Harkins. "there are'
"I have found it a certain cure for the burglars down stairs."

)Vagons and wheelbarrows at cough usually following au attack of the Trubv, Sternburg & Co. Office icith "Very well. my dear. Go tell them ta.
Lunch ice and other .
"*: Morgan's Bazar. cream refreshments grippe, and always keep a bottle of it in The following described property located move on."

at Hemingway hall tonight the bouse." 50 cent bottles for sale by Ladies' and gents' rubbers at within the corpointu limits of the I "Why,yon awful brute!" .

'To reduce stock before our annual I for benefit of the Odd Fel- all medicine dealers. 'l'rubySternburg & Co. I ,Starke Drug Company. town of Starke, is offered for sale: "Why You requested me not to interfere *

stock taking we will sell our summer lows. Highland. -1. inyStf Two Acres ot Laud in domestic matters last night. Sorely -
I this Is 01le.-narpe Bazar. P
goods at reduced prices. I FOR SALE CHEAP.-Child's Miss Eliza Bennrtt will leave here the Dissolution of Partnership. TIE PCWELl M. 0. well fenced upon which is a good well

Truby, Sternburg & Co. black walnut crib size 1st of July for New River, where she will The firm of Q. Drolshagen & Co. of painted and plastered two-story dwelling; To a> Seamstress.
I largo baby teach school. Lawtey, Flu, is dissolved on July 1, 1892,
Ask I C Webb for cards stencils ; carriage and marble center taI PHYSICIAN( AND SU GEON an excellent well of water bricked from Oh.what bosom bat mast yield
top Rev. Cox, of Gainesville, will preachin by mutual consent.. Miss L. Qlanzmann When like PaUse,you advance
. etc., of the Florida Producers' and I bTe. Apply at this office. the Presbyterian chapel Sunday., continues the business-general merchanlise the clay; good stable and outbuilding! With a thimble for a shield .
Consumers tf -in her own name. She will pay all The following is a list of the Trees growing And a needle for:your lancet
Exchange. The Sunday school is progressing and Office at Casklns* Drug Store,
Senator Crosby and Tom Good- debts of and collect all accounts due the
loiLg good work. ably led byB. G. Cook, I upon the place: Fairest of the stitchIng train. .
Job printing of all kinds at theTELoIr.&Pu win were in town on Monday from Jr. Some of the scholars have not missedone old firm. Miss A GLANZMANN. mylStf: 90 Plum Trees, 13 varieties 2d year Loose my passion by your art
office. Litesville. They things flourishing sabbath the > And in pity for my paIn
report past year. Chestnuts 5 2
Lawtey; Fla., July 1, 18 3.McElree'sWInVof. bearing; varieties Ap- Mend the hole that's In'my heart.
in.their pection. Warren Whipple is still.shipping straw- Frazee & Hall Pies, 6 trees (3 Standard) 3 on Penr roof; -National-Weekly.
We have everything need and berries and fine He is
you Mr. L B Powell will have his grows Vegetables Cardu 40 Orange Trees! 4 varieties 77 .
soon ; 4
will make prices to suit the need of certainly progressive up to : Att'ys and-Counsellors at Law The Mother's Fault.
market in running order. He has he ti meso And THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are 4 varieties; Apricot 7; Persimmon
pocket book. Small Coy (complaining! )-Why. isnt
your fired up in good shape and Arthur Knox and ROOM NO. 1, JONES' BLOCK. 77, choicest varieties; Peach 80. large ;;
Truby, Sternburg & Co": proposesto family are visiting for sale by the following merchants ia I thur any griddle cakes thin morning
keep his meats on ice. his parents. -Mr.\ and Mrs. Knox. I Bradford county: STARKE. BRADFORD CO., FLORIDA, selected varieties; Quince 2. Chinese. Mother(reprovingly ause you neg,

N. J. Jones has 800 Crosby come- Mrs Jennie Padgett was called to \Vailo RTARKE DRUG Co., Starke. And Downey Bulld'g, cor. Third and All the above trees are in bearing. most lected to go to the store yesterday and get

tery lots, for sale. Mr. J VV Moran and J I DuBois, to attend the tick child of Mr. and O.W.YOUNG.Hampton Center$Fernandina, Fla. of them in their second year. me some eggs as I told you. _
of Worthington Springs neighborhood Mrs Van Buren. L. 13. JNO.A. KINO Lake Butler. : jy17 Small Boy(with an injured'air)-.You

: ,'*;f We have the most stylish straw were in the city on Mondayand __ BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. J..P.C.McCULLEY PARKER New Lawtey.H. River.. H.E.LAOEllGUENLAND This place must be seen to be appreci- didnt tell me they was lor griddle cakes. ..

,' 'hats in town at prices wholly below called at ur sanctum. .. aced. For further information apply to -Good News. _

competition. Electric Bitters. The delegates at largo to the Omaha SURVEY(3R. DR. A. L. SCOTT TTants.

: Truby 'Sternburg & Co. Mrs. C Wyman and little son This remedy is becoming so well third party convention! from Florida are as Deputy County Surveyor.All "I want another gown."she said,and heaved
known and Starke "'Ja
so popular as to need no .
for Boston via the
4 left Saturday a gentle sigh
follows: From the Frst congressional
pefinl mention. All who bave used Lines run from U. S. Surreys Field Notes want .*
1 Easter bonnet
: an too a tear stood la
"Quite English, you know"Loiiilon popular Clyde line, the gentlemanly I electric Hitters sing the same song; of district. E. J. Liles J. C. hood James Levelling and Drainage Systems, etc. her eye.

Swells.cigars at J. G. Alvarez. Yr. F R Morgan local agent. praise. A purer medicine does not exIst Hughes and J, H. Riley: from the Second t:P'Call at this Office. U.D.MINERWatchmaker "I want a new spring &"-then.to ttavt
and it is guarnteed to do nil that Is their daily strife
We make returns on day of sale. Miss Annie Markley has gone on claimed. ElectricBittern will cure all district, Wm. Hickson, W L. Peeples, STARKE FLORIDA. Her husband murmured softly-"And I want .
diseases of the J..jveral1d Kidneys, will N, J. Clarke and W. K. Cessna.!' another wife." .
Jacksonville. visit to relatives in Baltimore. She APCTIUCANDY
Fl. P. &C. Exchange, a Boils Salt Rheum
remove Pimples, and --- -Cloak Review.
ktf will visit Philadelphia and other other affections raused by impure blood Congressional Convention.

-_ northern cities before she returns to Will drive Malaria from the system and The convention meets in STORE and The Effective Threat. .
NEW GGODS NEW GOODS prevent aa well as. cure all Malarial Mrs. Peastraw .JOG stop sliding

i in"all departments at Starke.A _ evers. For cure Headache, Constipa-! Gainesville on August 3d. to nominate n down that board or I'll whip you.'
wedding occurred at the residence Ion and Indigestion try Electric Bitters. candidate for congress from this district. C. B. ENSEY, Johnny won't. /
& Co.
:::' Truby, Sternbnrg, Entire saUaftvalon guarnteed, or in one j The CORNER RAILROAD AND, MAIN Mrs. Peaatraw-You stop or I'U-I'JlC
of Mr. Oeo. Dyal yesterday, refunded. Price 50c. and $1 per bottle at following are the candidates from STREET Jeweler. your hair. ,

The TELEGRAPH will be sent toanjfaddress the contracting parties being, his Starke Drug t'o's drug store. 5 Bradford county selected at the time the STRKE. FLA. Johnny (stopping)-Yes,. ma. + .-New

L .::. for $1 a year. daughter and Mr. Wm. Carleton of The S. L. I. A. will give a good delegates to Tampa were selected: E G York Sun.

. this place.- fill, J B Crews; C W Douglass. .II N Vegetables Candies, Fruits and S'"tarke F1.a: _
: Go to J. G. Alvarez for the best old-fashioned supper next Friday After Many Y....
I W Summer Drinks,
Hodges. Pinholster C L Peek W H .
J.. 'v. Hodges has the goods to night in place of the "Old Country Strawber (proudly)-That shirt. wia
(: CQ cigar. _ sell and invites inspection by all. School" entertainment. Edwards. J C Richard E Hicks. Wm F COCO COLA. Nerve ..Tonic and CH AM worn by my grandfather:in the war of 1812.

:; Men's straw' hats, various styles Jo[ says that his stock must be reduced Malphurs. _ _ I'AIGNE MIST. Largest Assortment of fore.Singerly-It's strange I never..it be
f and shapes, nice and cheap at as he does not want to carry SheldonStrong.A -WINE! OF CARDUI, a Tonic for Women. Agent fur Mallory Steamship Line. Strawber just came tack -front the
wedding took place at the home of '
: J. G. Alvarez. over spring goods. ". oct9-6m laundry.-Clothier and Furnisher. '.
Mr. and Mrs. E Strong of Saegei town,- It should be In Every House. Watches Clocks and

. If you want a pretty Four-in-hand Some straw that had been used N. Y., at 5:30 p. m June 2. The bride J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay street, Sharps- A Suggestion.

, tie or scarf cheap go to for crockery packing caught fire in was their daughter, Miss Mary L. Strong, burg. ,Kings Pa., anys New he will Discovery not be for withoutDr. Consumption DRUG STORE Jewelry,,, .Old sayings are all wen.eaoacb!their way

J: G. Alvarez.4jIE8 the depot on Wednesday and causeda and the groom was II. R. Sheldon, of this Coughs and Colds, that it And take yet it.there is room for tmprawaesjt.4.

ripple of excitement. The fire city. Promptly at the time set for their cured his wife who was threatened' with Twould be truer to say.when we onote it .. !'

ask forFar8 engine,was promptly on the'ground, wedding, the bridal party appeared led by phneumonia when various after other an remedies attack of and la grippe sever, .fLjr Special attention given to the repairing day"Where- win
there's breakit.
but the fire was out jby the time it Miss Katherine Strong sister of the bride, al physicians had done her no good. of Clocks and W atch ." a a way to

, got there. as maid of honor. She was followed by Robert Barber, ofCook port, Pa., claim -ttvtb.
Miss Strong escorted by her father, then Dr. King's New Discovery has done hIm Good work done at reasonable rates.

,' Misses Geneva and May Farmer came the groom and J. L. Porter, grooms. more good than anything he over used A B1a J.It.' a Haad.Cleverton .

at Truby, Sterobur & Co daughters ofHon. W W Farmer of, man.. Rev.;'Jobn SImpson,'of Cincinnati, "or.lung trouble. Nothing like it.. Free Removal of Land Office.I -What your hurry,old maaf
officiated. The house was tastefully decorated trial bottles at Starke Drug Companv'sdrnltstorpl..a1'Je Duhaway-I havent a moment to spare.

f,. Nassau county, have been visiting aud over 1.500 roses alone were (rattles, 50o and $I. Si i_ desire to inform my friends and thorn who I've got to attend a reception this evening
. with Miss Winnie Farmer, of this iised in the decoration. The presents We will have = o. may wish to engage my services that I hare and I'm going around to my laandrymanto
They left this week for were both rich and beautiful. The cou- something'Ilew'in moved my Laud Office for a time from Starke to see if 1 can borrow one of a.c Uut.-
city. J. L. GASKINS:
their home Miss Winnie pIe left for a short wedding trip, and on hoes to offer early.next week. Fur my residence.one mile west of Starke.I Clothier and Furnisher.
accompanying heir return wiil make Oil City their particulars call atTruby DEALER IN ShaD until further notice make my headquarters

them. "jome.-Saegerlown Pjtper., Sternburg & Co. &' Medicines at the Commercial hotel while' in Starke, _Tfc. Old .... ".
Drugs from 11 a. m.to 3 p m.each day Skads-You don't go up on CAM. woo. *

Rev. J G Bonnell, of Lawtey, has OLD RIP TOHACCO Fruit jars, jelly tumblers, fruit Starke, FIa< S. P. GARDINER. to see your girl any want -

gone to Cincinnati to attend the national Up'lI l chew this brand. who never jar rubbers and tops at Physicians' Prescriptions Starke. Fla., May 13,1892. Skids-No, I've quit.SkadsWhat'a.tha&.
for .
)'prohibition convention. He
} will be absent for some ten days. tried before, 'frub)', Sternburg & Co. Ucirefu/ Compounded hour*-day orUnparalleled PATEN"TCana : Skids-Aw, Ahe old man kicked.-D.>
And it
having bought onjc, comes night b'oi&Free PrelL A
Rev. Frank Pixton will preach at back for more. The only *23 day hotel in Jacksonville and Trade-Mark obtained and aU Patent -

'./1". Grace.M. E..church at Lawtey next Sold by Truby, Stem \1g & Co. is The Travelers business OCR OFFICE conducted IS MODERATE OPPOSITE U. 8.FEES.PATENT He Was Accepted.
sabbath at 10:30 a. m._ Office and we can secure patents in lee time With kindling er.UM poet wroU
and at less cost than those remote from WashIogton. ToherbIeWOl'Cbot love.Th.ldnditng'ajtowdon. ." _
Try our cigars, we have the. best THE TRAVELERS BargainsNew *by hIs kaod
The of the "Country School? HOTELCORNER
pupils the Send model drawing or photo,with descrip: Each morning at the ttoft.
fyr..r assortment in
worked industriously, under the inV city. m tion. We advise if pitentabteornotfreeof .Tratb.
-_ Truby Sternburg & Co. charge Our fee not due till patent Is secured.A -
strnction of Prof. Ichabod Crane __ Little "How Obtain Patents."with
It's Dollars I BAY AND CEDAR STREETS, Cooler
to Cents Laces. Her,V.U'Te.
name of client in your statecounty or
their able teacher them .
that to prepare New Veiling town,sent free. Address. Cora What
4 you part with your dollars and cents Sun umbrellas and fans biggest JACKSONVILLE got you in tbotK "to
selves for their announced enter New that maaafactarerof
Hamburg EdgIng
with some reluctance. After getting the assortment arid lowest prices at Opp.Patent Office. W Aaewaroji,D.,C. marry porous> '. plantersf
tainment but at the last minute their New Swigs Embroidery.

money the difficulty is to keep it. Isn't courage ,gave out and they did not Truby/Sternborg & Co. New Mitts and Gloves, Scientific AMricaB.tbe '. Dora- want to find oca jota J&, aZ wm
_true that you lire constantly tempted to AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Ladies'Under Vests tick to me.-Epoch. > '
think themselves able in Write the P. & C. .
to ,to Exchange .
part with it and that appear New Belts, "' ,.Ior ------. -: ...

yielding to that you are constantly public, exposed to a battery of some ,Jacksonville, for market prices before -' Not the Largest but the Best Misses' Corsets Bucklen's Arnica Salve.The <
temptation? If you ask hundred Well it "can't be ship elsewhere. tf Hair Curlers. best sal v0 In the -world 'lbr..eut,.
eyes. you k
.whether we me putting: temptation in Hotel in the City. : brnbes,sores ulcers,mil runiii.'fevrsores ,M
J @rw'r.tbetC Is left bulped. _. _ Glass ware. Tin ware. Wooden ware. ; ,, tetter,;chapped b.ndtt .ehl1"I.ln1It
nothing for but No trouble
us to get your money Crockery ware Umbrellas, Suspenders, : corn ,and all skin eniptlorw and J'OI'r..< '
tOW. up.. 'Tint's just wbtt we are do- About Our Schools.' when you deal with the P. & C. Ex A NEW BRICK HOTEL supplied j Hosiery Skirts and Under Shirts, HandIkflroliieflj lively enres piloa;;or no pay required.. It; ..-q: :
You kni. Census of the school children with electric bells, gas,e.cctric fire alarms 'aud I is guaranteed to sMisr .
that It mftY easily be as county change. tt ColJan Cuffs, PerfUUe.Knives : give perfect eti foolish to keep it between the ages of eta 21 years: _ _ fire escapes., night watchman best beds I and Forks ADd 14.000 other'articles or money. refandetU-:'Prk'.Z.S rents per. ); --'.,
money as sometimes is
I due money can buy. good table, good service I which cannot be enumerated here which box.. For sale, by W. II.!Rivera, '
topartwiUiit. Never resist temp,,,! ". White 2.467 If you are anything on yonr convenient location, streetcars from all F will offered -- Jn' :-': ," '" "'*"':.r

when- it comet,tu ho tempting f..rm t.r Colored 603 I subscription!! to the TELEGRAPH we. ,:pClIS. The only hotel that is open. every [ the hiqtory.of aprlces Rtarke fte"lel'before. heardcfln Nothln'.lk.T.7tn..4. t 1
: '
our record-breakingbargHins. i will take oats, corn, fodder, potatoes wInter nml summer. There Is nothing that'will ..qntC"k\1- i'
ilIct-ur. Total :
you Come and of I
county pupils 3.070< secure some them before
not to regret the ,'chickens, eggs or anything else BUBTON K. ,BAnns,. J pti&uc b} nosieecirea tree aC cbacgaiif u satisfy one of th..ynliien f f"J1'mtWr1ah: &h l
pltl1lng of your dolhnand Amount estimated for teachers $10,59 | theyaMallgoneNew : Pain Balm for rheumaMm sy tt .,f4f ,
apl Proprietor. pn :t$
cents want to turn off and allow ful ;
: when you leave them in exchange Buppr't 420 you ', : S -- iCifi *CALargeil triaL Give. It '.a; <"<''''t''O.I1: ( "'sr y'. i

for our good." ,. We" are. sura to '. ... board 150 market jrrce. tf A full line of. James' Means celebrated .York Auction Store. quickly the pain will fturwlde.. "r h ; ,;
II' incidentals tentatton*f tar mtettoaa by all. medined1ervj ;, ,'-k It'-Gi\cr' >' '
750Total $ !
give you value: .> ,
received. N w.1ine of low shoes j jaat received shoes'. for men' and-boys'atTruby t. 1. worlt feotai/uaiT uiwmdL N<> iISiJ&SSt f> fj..f. _, ]& 1

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I :It committee nomination made Gen- There.is a story of a poor cat, de upn ..
_:;.;:..: \. ;,ivjuMmirrtox, "gi.ooj....;. =.r. 1 cral Patrck.. Collins, were of Massachusetts, The Rets of Her Progress Portrayed In of the Dtj failed from.On! pr'Ye of her kiten who her amulets mostly .worn.of They virtue are sup-

:\; \ ," .....,..,... ....... 1 thentook the and moved the a hag this posed to all sorts super-
;; ". 'platform tbat &l pSC
.1"JJi', ':? C9 1 "'" .."'.(. ..... .........., .. 1c the democratic committee should. %t the Pith,. ud Pointed Paragraphs Telegraphic andCable Dispatches.WHAT may have been an accident; we should natural. astonishing how many
a nine
; \,,.. >,. .,-.. _... next national convention, provideaccom hte given the, cat the benefit of the people, even in this them. Although i4j

-ip. .. )\.fi>'\' .. e'V" 1): .*......... modations only for delegates alternates doubt. News comes of a dog who com teeth century* have faith in I i
..'' .,. <0'" 'w AND A..COMPLETE EPITOME Of" HATPXX1KOS IS TRANSPIRING THROUGHOUT OUB declined belief in ghosts and witches no. t-"t\\
suicide. His
'tt>. \' 'Ji1es be suspended the press, national committee, but for no Or IEIEZAL INTEREST FBOX DAT OWN COUNTRY, AND :NOTES OV" UTTEB- mitt out to shoot master rabbits, and the longer prevails, yet dread of the mysterious -I S A
-to o4 others. This demanded
was in
view of
Di' the nonunea b te more or
Jde : ID nature retains '
,0' 00.. \\ the gallery interruptions that are possible TO OAT WITHIN HER BOBDXBa. EST FROM rORKIO LAUDS. dog went and drowned hiel. in a unknown human mind- A
\ and have been demonstrated., The pond. The story is true, le over every
., r., Daniel: \rrginia.seconds the resolution Individuals are often heard to say that

. _(. y motion, of Ohio to makethe nomination : was referred to the executive committee James JL Baker, formerly judge of the The committee appointed at the Mtnnenroi and extreme the dog form may have of colonial merely exhibitedan sensitiveness. they "have no superstitions," but in reality >. "
of the national !i4 President I
unanimous. > new comm tee, convention to notify not cherish COFIQI
fourth judicial Florida district died at there is no one who docs .
i ?ie motion was crriI i:., with an affirmative recommendation.At Harrison of his nomination, met in Washington I we once admit that a dog may in which this <
Jacksonville He The form
Tuesday. was a few
widebetween .
mad a There' '
life aqd death not being a a dfe .
reason ( scretv. e
5:20 o'clock the convention II at and dischargedthat
Governor Flower seconded' the motionto adjourn. inday! noon exhibited is
from Florida and Confederate mmonly ,
ed sine die.VICEPRESIDENT. a congressman. duty.H. dog), and exercise a hasty but rational c the help that's talked
make the nomination unanimous.; Mo- faith that luck inheres in o."r
it is that the whole an unreasoning
I plain system
_ tiqa to adjourn: at 2 o'clock p. m. Thursday STEVENSON. A dispatch, of Thursday from Austin, M. Loucks, of Huron, South Da8o- choic will have to be altered. certain objects. You .pick up a copper the help that's grante '

d was carried.: -- Texas, says: The Ninth Congressionaldistrict ta, vice-president of the National Alliance ethis poor Indian may be right about cent in the street and put it in Tour pocketbook Which do yon 1ovr ._

Sketch of His Ltfe-His Public Ser- convention has renominated Joseph has' gone to Washington to take the equal sky, which is a poor prospect for a "luck penny." It is an buying medicine? gIf '-

NAMING TUB_ TICE-PRE-SLDENT._ Tices. D. Sayers for election as congress- charge the death of of the L.affairs L. Polk'of the having organization vacatedthe for people who are not fond of dogs. amuet! pure and simple.-Washington you're satisfied with words,roil.:,":r

The nomination by the Chicago: democratic man.The office of president.A The ghosts of dogs have been seen, and Star. __ _ _ get them with every bloo.pu'

: mInD DAT-THCBSDAT.&nd convention of Adlai E. Stevensonas Sheriffs Association, of Alabama, are as wel vouched for as any others; The Reservoirs Dry. but one. That one i
from Portland
Ore. ,.1
'fb : rd ,closing session of the the candidate of the party for Ticepresfent met at Anniston Tuesday. There are the effect dispatch that in the election, so, on whole, the poor Indian may be Golden Medical Discovery. With ,'
: national democratic convention called sixty-six sheriffs in the state, and a municipal less untutored than the poet imagined.-
wu received in
was If
'.____ ig. :to or-Jer at 2,45 p. m. Thursday. The every manifestation of popular Washingtonwith approval large number of deputies and other peace denv Monday the and fusion ticket, composed of Andrew Ling in Longman's Magazine.He New Papa-"I was glad to see youdidn't doesnft that help get a garante ]Jf'C-:
crals republicans was snccess- at mamma's wedding. you, -
convention pot promptly! down to the by the democrats.Mr. officers nearly all of whom were in at- cry your yo'J-
Qnly business left for it to. transact-the Stcvenfon was born' in 1885, in tendance. ccs-ful in defeating the straight republican and His Wife. Little Girl-"Xo, sir; I used to cry atmamma's money bak On this plan, a .
ticket with the exception of two wedding but tears is all help is
my cine
Domination of a vice president. Gray, Christian county, Kentucky, near the Columbia, S. C., dispatch says: councilmen.The that. promises prettjr
e of Indiana; Stevenson, of Illinois; birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. His The report of the railroad commissioners Wife-"I need a little more money. used up. sure t give -

Hone,' of Wisconsin, 'were presented. parents removed from North Carolina t.o of South Carolia for tho month of April fallowing telegram _was received Husband-"It is only two days since To CI aD.e the System Bat it's because the medicine \*'t9

Btevensoa was nominated on .the first Kentucky, one of his ancestors being a. shows a considerable decrease of business !- at Chicago from Senator D. B. Hill -.ii different that it's sold differently. ':
ballot. Thur-day morning: "Washington, June Wife-uNow here I I want to Effectually! yet gently, when coMiro or bfl. ,
signer of the Mecklenburg declaration of as compared with the same monthin see you It's like the sarsaparillas wJucH
now IT 'WAS DOE: independence. At twenty yeavs of age 1891. 23.-To Hon. Edward Murphy, Jr., Auditorium understand that I wouldn't ask for moneyif Ions, or when the blood 1 impure or sluggish, not t
for the
t; Cbairmm Wilson hammered the Mr. Stevenson graduated from Centre Hotel, Chicago:Please express I didn't need I if, and I don't intend to permanently cure habitual constipation, are said to be good blo
convention A Savannah telegram of Sunday says: to the New York heartfelt t in March Apri and May. ;'
delegation: be reminded that two since :
my only days -
4 to order at 2:45: o'clock, and college, Kentucky, and married Miss Lt- Three passenger coaches and eight freight i': t awaken the kidney anl lIver to a healthy Ata
thanks for devotion in all it
their to

steady my me some. I am not a child seasons and cases,
7 ; Rev. Thomas Green, of Iowa, offered tie Green, daughter of the president of cars belonging to the Richmond and you gave activity, without irritating or weakeningthem C
and made
fur the
in the convention. The that institution. Among his classmates in the came, gallant fight they nora menial, nor a slave, to be treated headaches,cold fa permanently, as nothing el '
. & prayer opening Danville railroad which came here to. the and of the ,to dispel or vera .use ei .
roll Senator Blackburn Senator Davidson pn serve rights dignity like an irresponsible being, and I just all the diseases arising
: call for speeches nominating a cant were course of regular business. were seized the Syrup of Figs.A a.t' .
of State.
'-t didate for vice of Florida ex-Governor Mc- regular democracy want you to know that I won't stand it liver from .
road or
president was begun at ; by local creditors of the Satur- pid impure

3 o'clock p. m. Arkansas yielded to Indiana Creary and many other distingirsh- day. Other seizures will follow whenever "DAVID B. HrLL. either, so there now! I've got just a which cut lEmon be will easily clean brightened discolored by a brass It's the best blood-purifier
can n
. and Hon. John'E. Lamb took the ed men. Soon after graduating Mr. property of that company can be A dispatch from Galcsburg, IlL, says: much right to jour money as you have,so of ammonia and water.I 5.ULon matter,b af.
the no
floor and placed in nomination Governor Stevenson removed to Illinois where he caught in this section. Four men were killed and twenty-five there now, youHubandI- it's cheapest,

_ : Gray. Colorado, next in the roll of studied law with the late David Davis, more or less injured in an accident on dear, I was merely go- ?your Back Aches,or you are all worn ont, many doses a offered for a dol1 :.C
of the third food for it is
The state convention nothing general debility.
:),,""'r-' .. y -Bl -waSTRraitltd-tQ.. the bar at Bloom- in Texas met at Dallas Thursday the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy ing to remirk that it is only two days Browns Iron Bitters will cure you, make you With this, you pay only for,t
-: e.en. 1.0> tWplitform er- Ingt:>n. He rose rapidly in his profession party railroad Sunday morning. A construction since I drew my salary, and you could -sirong, cleanse )"Ot liver,and sin a good appetite good
and While the -tones yon
perfected organization.
nerves. get
train the branch have all wanted.-New York *
Cqngr sraan Worthington, who pretext and was elected proecuting: attorney on Keithsburg ran you
committee credentials were out aak ?
' ed the name of Hon. A. E. Stevenson of of McLean county. He was a presi. into a drove of cattle three miles northof Weekly. The only true way to conquer circumstances: Can you more-
made in which both _ _ _
speeches were .
par- Is to be a circumstance to '
Gladeston and ditched. The greater
dentist elect in 1834 and twice was yourl.b
4Illinois >
in a stirring speech. r was
,. elected to the house of ties were scored as gold bugs. Any disparaging engineer was killed and his body buried Ancient Rules for Caning. be <
Connecticut sent up Delegate Vance to representatives asa allusion to the ticket nominated : WOrLD free from earthly ills most .
y democrat from district under the wreck. The other victims buy a box of Beecham's '35 cents a box. ?
second the nomination of of Indiana a largely repub Pl
Gray, at Chicago were met by storm of value i Yorth a
Our the
ancestors fully recognized ginea
Italian laborers.A
lican. He first assistant were .
and Idsho was appointed
-- spoke for the Hoosier.
: The convention well at
applause. was
the rules
of and
' Iowa, was called when her chairman arose postmaster general by Cleveland July 6, tended. cablegram of Tuesday from St. good carving, many were

and said: 'Iowa, gentlemen, has no 1885. Ode of the last official acts of Pitcrsburg, Russia, states that drought by which carver wns expected to be governed. SssssssssSS

candidate for the second place. It is the President Cleveland was to nominate Mr. Boanoke, Va., celebrated her tenth prevails in Poltava, government of south The ancient "Boke of Kervyng,"

Stevenson for of the birthday in grand style. The assessed Russia and among other things, admonish s him to
wish of GOT. Boies and this delegation justice supreme crops are blighting. A Swift's S
court of the District of Columbiabut the valuation of real estate in 1882 was is that of touch venison only with his knife and to Specific
L_ that his name shall not be presented for daily spectacle priests carrying
failed f853,364. In 1892 it was $12,74o,42o. sacred icons "set never on fynche, flesch, beestc ner A Tested Remedy
; the vice presidency. Delegate Scott, ofr' republican senate to act upon followed by throngs of s
The capital in business on which licenseis fowle more than two fyngers and for All | UH>lMmIs.lcJnreth J iron.
his nomination. Since his retirement 1
the fields. Here
Kansas: in a fifteen-seconds sentence, dot )peasants proceeding to The RWmr Sun Stord Polish Is BrilliantOta I -
from the postoffice 'department, be has paid is $1,600,000. The population the icons are elevated and surroundedby thumbe. Fingers he was naturally less Durabt.and the >tf mer pays for Mtte| \ *

'- been engaged in the practice of law at in 1881 was 400. The registered vote of kneeling groups of peasants. Pray- obliged to use, since forks were a luxury J Blood and Skins or glass package with eTery 1---chase. '

I Bloomington, Ill. the city is now 5l27against 304 in 1883, fis arc then offered for rnin. Sheep and of later date, and were not in private use

: \ and the population of the pity is at least cattle are perishing for want of fodder.A until James I's reign. Piers Gaveston, Diseases s

MR. CLEVELAND TALKS. twenty five thousand.It the favorite of Edward II, had three silver

: is given out on authentic information New York dispatch of Tuesdaysays forks for eating pears with, but this was s A reliable core for Contagion S
The bank has demanded
.. He Issues a Statement to the Press of that the deal whereoy the Cahaba Coal : City pay- regarded, no doubt, as a great and special Blood Poison, Inherte Scro-
I. ment from the Danville and Termnalcompanes ; S fola and Skin Cacer. S
.- the Country.At Mining company is absorbed by the Tennessee of the time loan of' $100,000 luxury.-Kansas City Star. a tonic for delicate Womenand fr2

4:30 o'clock Thursday morning, Coal, Iron & Railroad companyhas now over due, and has notified the receiver Writing on Wood. S Children it baa no equaL S

';' Mr. Cleveland, through Governor Russell been finally consummated. This that if it is not paid the securities Being purely harm- L

sent from Gray Gables the following makes two big coal and iron companies as collateral will be sold at auction Im- Some persons are of the opinion that S le in its v etble.. i S

statement to the press: that the Tennessee has swallowed up. The mediately. Receiver Iluidekoper says he the first writingS upon thin pieces of SA treatise on Blood and Skin Dts- .
.should certainly be chargeable with Cahaba deal has been pending for some has from the mailed FBXK on application.
no authority court to pay wood. From their convenience this .
dense insincerity if I was not profoundly time. The output of the Cahaba mines the loan, and it expected that the securities seems probable. Such boards were usedat S Du"'. Sell It. SS

./Y, touched by this new proof of confidence exceeds 4,000 tons daily. will have to be sold. This action an early period by the Greeks and SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., S '

f /J and trust of the great party to which I Baker Bro.'s turpentine still, between by the City bank is expected to force a Romans and were frequently covered Drawer 3,Atlanta,G

belong and whose mandates claim my Tifton and Alapaba, Ga., was destroyed receivership for the Terminal company, with wax, which was, of course, more

loyal obedience. hy fire Monday morning. Over four which i is endorser of the Danville loans.A easily written upon than the bare wood. iSsssssssSFlower

"1 confident that fellow hundred barr ls of spirits of turpentineand
am our coun- London Where wax used -
special says: "Complaints errors were readily -
lumen are ready to receive with approval rosin whhh bad been sold on Satur- are made of the delay in the distributionof erased by rubbing with the blunt end of '

the principles of true democracy, day but not dtlTrered were destroyed. the new Virginia bonds, and it is as- the piece of metal which served for a .
and I cannot rid of the belief The fire was so hot and dangerous that >
myself ugust
crtcd that there has been a quarrel among pen. To make the writing more visibeit RELIEVES en. Stomach Dfa :.
that to win success it is only necessaryto trains on the Brunswick and Western the Olcott In the that black substance
committee. regard to appears sme was REMOVES Nausea, Sense at P1Th .
persistently and honestly advocate railway were delayed until it bad spentits above it was stated in New York Tuesday smeared over the surface of the white CONGEST:*, PAIN.REVIVESFJILINQ .J

# ) these principles. Differences of opinionand fury. No estimate of the loss is by George Ellis, secretary of the wax and remained in the .scratchedmarks. ENERGY. '

- : i) judgment in democratic conventions given.A Olcott committee that the delay in the .-New York World. RESTORES.Normal a1a..t

Ifi- are by no means unwholesome indications Birmingham, Ala., dispatch says: distribution of the new Virginia bondswas WASXSTO. T 7 q.

I : but it is hardly conceivable in view Robbers attacked the office at Stevens due to the fict that they were not In Confidence. -. DR HAtE MEDICINE C0.a Lorfa.Ha>"

\rHilAlt C. WlUTBKr. OF KXW TOKE. of the importance of our success to the mines Monday night and murdered the yet engraved. The old ones were' being Miss C. G. Schoolteacher :

elated that demanded i I country and to the party that there bookkeeper, A. H. Ross. They shot at sent out, it is said, just as fast as they Old Friend-"You should always take 753 MCCLV Plac N. DR. S. C;. PARSONS

_ in the second practical place.politic John should be anywhere among democrats young Stevens son of ihe proprietor, but could be verified. There were 23,0 0-, your wife into your confidence. Womn Y. This Spring while from EMALE REGULATING PILLS:'
Gray Young of away
lack harmonious and active effortto "
any he escaped. The robbers were four or 000 to be sent and not more than half a appreciate that sort of thing.
8. Bhea, of Kentucky, was sent up to wia in the which be- home teaching my first term in a Made women and
csmpaign fo
opens five in number, and came .up while the million could be forwarded daily.' It De Broker-"Ob, I do that; that is in
_ second Mr. Stevenson's nomination in peculiar to air i
fore I have therefore country school I was wse
us. no concern on
? men were quietly at work. It is not was emphatically denied that there wa part. prfetyetched They regulate
behalf of of the His t
a part delegation. thit. subject. known how much they secured, but a any quarrel among the Olcott committee.A Old Friend-"You tell her of your with that Ktntal flow, a I

speech was roundly cheered. Edwin It will certainly be my constant endeavor deputy sheriff in charge of a posse has New York of gains and losse, I called dyspepsia. After dieting for liable, hare teen .;
Fuhl went to the to dispatch Thursday preume1'
up platrorm speak < to deserve the support of every to the scene. De Broker "Urn tell her of two getting better yea.audcuead
;. for Michigan. He presented the name of democrat. gone says: W. P. Clyde speaking of the receivership wek no a inflmmat

Chief Justice B. Morse, of the Peninsula A Savannah dispatch says: The decis- of the Terminal says: "We my losses.-New York Weekly.A w me, suggesting that I \omb. 0*.

State. DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEEMeets ion cf Judge Speer in the collision case have the Terminal and the Danville altogether Precious Ornament take August Flower. The very next '_ Soki 7 dgit '

New York being called. Go*. Flower of the British steamship Nedjed vs. the now by our acti )n, and they will day I purchased a bottle. I am delighted 0 seutbymail.

arose and announced that New York had and .Closes tho Business of City of Macon of the Ocean SteamsVip remain so. The nction of the City bank Mary (during a moving-"Te missus to say that August Flower \-w- :rco.r; "

no candidate to present. North Carolina the Contention. Company line was re verse 1 by Judge was very foolish. It may sell securities ia very partic'lar brickybtc helped me so that I have quite recovered D. S well and'"l
Pardee A will be if it likes mantel clock, an' we'll have to frca" fe.I b
seconded the name of Stevenson, and Thursday. master appointed but it cmnot give titles to says carry from profusely
A Chicago dispatch says: The demo to assess damages. The Nedjedwas them and business knows it Il take it. my indispsiton. 9RIPAN8 iln tat
.. then there was a skip along the states in every man phleta.question list v>r .
the roll until Texas WAS reached, and its cratic national committee met Thursday badly injured in a collision and, as that. The auctioneers have been notified -"No, you take th' baby an' I'll ..... .......... of chare. addTe tamp :
_ voice was lifted for Gray. John Goode afternoon and closed the business connected this decision is in her favor, the BedouinSteam that the securities are now in the possession carry th'' clock. You might let the r. TABUUES DR. S. C. .\ ..
and :
with the holding of the national Navigation her of the receivers of the eloci fall wid your awkwardness. nm me fe b:
: of Virginia, got on his chair and sent up : Company, owners, two companies I blo are a
his indorsement of Stevenson. Washington -. convention in Chicago and adjourned to will receive nearly a hundred thousand appointed by the court. and that if Street &Smith's Good News.Bw' I.."feetiwL medicine kcora o general fay.
meet in New York with the notification KILLERiiDtcbe.
dollars. they will sell them they the auctioneersand CnUpalo *
announced for Then ,
Gray. came ..
committee when it assembles there to officially Iron Bitters cures Dysp ,Mal& B.Heb et t..
bank could not title :
give to them.
'up Delegate Bragsr, of Wisconsin, to put inform Mr. Cleveland of the Blousnl General Dbltr. Gina Painful Digestion. Pimples. Sallow* ., .
np the name of John L. Mitchell, of that of the convention. This date will action OAKMAN IS RECEIVER 1 do not think any more" will be sold Stn ald Dileton tone Nursing nerH f ererr ijmptom CJu T IJi. and** .nT Killer to s d Zvre7

state. Oklahoma'came under the Stevenson -- under the circumstances. Mothers weak women bt T.blO oa failure byU.nm1 o IntenioMf of fife,ad tN p *.]
be fixed to suit Mr. Cleveland's For the Richmond Terminal chn .& their "rlren to? quiet when you read and $ *of
umbrella, and Alabama, which had Prop J er-eatthgarebene1ised bktfl&TABL5Z5?I the Jlg.t '.and Mean Ml IFBED'K
wishes. The retiring memo As every thread of gold valuable, so .each meal. Price by mall.ljrro ill bottle Uc. AdJe '
%* passed at the end of the roll, came up. bers of the national committee erty.A A CYCLONE'S .WORK.An every moment of te.C.tal I I drew THE RIPASsCHKMICALCO.MBproceStJI.Y.J DUTCH P1 DRUG C
with a second for Morse of gave wayto C Ace.t W.. rent rlt. Sr.Flso's .-,
i Michigan. New EIGIT
York .
their successors. Chairman Brice, dispatch says: Upon application Can't b C.h .. .....

CAIXBtQ THE STATES. Secretary Sheerin and Treasurer Canda, made before Judge Addison Illinois TownAlinost Swept Out With applications,as they cannot reach Remedy for ei tte-J j

Then, the nominations beyijj.concluded of the old committee, were re-elected to Brown in the United States circuit court. of Existence.A the Mat of the ds Catarrh ia a blood or con- . . Best Easiest t tee a C

; : roll call was begun. Alabama led off tbe sine offices in the temporary organization Wednesday by William P. Clyde and very destructive cyclone passed have ititntlonal to take i.tua.&rlle I order to Hall's care Catarrh it yon k If Flatulence you hare*no Sfek-iieadnebe appetite. Indigestion, "all ran,. CATARRHSold ]

, with a skip for Morse.: Arkansas came of the new committee pending others, an order appointing W. G. Oak- thiough the northeastern part of Knox Core is and taken inter. at. dirt)on t ht rh 'down"' or losing flesh,takeTuff's ,by drugget*or sent by iWe. aM,. JJ J

?i in with her sixteen for Gray. California pelmsnent or anization. Resolutions of man receiver for the Richmond Terminalwas county, III., Monday, and ruin was left Cur'le no quack.acus meidne.ora It was prescribed E.T. Hareltln-Warren>/J JI

. Zth split squarely in the middle-nine each sympathy with tl.e families of Messrs. granted. His bond is fixed at $100 along its "path. It seems to have first one of the best In this country TiNy PiIIs; I
i 000. The names of the creditors asking .for yean. and is a regular proscription. It hcmp"eof :
for Gray and Stevenson. Illinois' Broad water of Montana and Barbour
forty- made its appearance northwest of Galva. the beat tonics known S They tone tip the and f. PATENTS&
c eight plumped into the Stevenson basket of Virginia, who died while members of for the appointment of a receiver are, About 7:30 o'clock two black, threaten- blo purine1I.acting cmblnl dir..tJ build up the a w DC .Ik :
but Iowa first stirred the crowd. the national committee, were passed, and William P. Clyde, H. C. Fahnestock, ing clouds were noticed in the west approaching nation on the of the two C ret.cb. . . N. U.. : TwSflI-:. C
A -
, 'We cast our solid vote for Henry also resolutions of thanks to various per- John C. Maben, John A. Rutherford & one another and the tornadois inch woadrrfnl Inelent.i wht prucn. -- :-:-:--::- i
reuls '
Co., William H. Sondley and Reuben for testimonials' cune Sd ITISADUTY you owe
Walteron a
said the
Chairman and there sons. tre
' thought to have resulted from this F. J.CHEaiT elf mad get the
Foster. Co. Pop Toledo, 0 value far f.III. y..rW L DOUGLAI I
Its Said by .ey
BLAINE'S SORROWS. course was south and east < nre mine IB
R The receivers of the Richmond and ra your footwear by b
through that city and the main body of chasioy W. J. D.aflaa ,
Danville road attended the auction sale One Ever Printed. S.e. $ I
'e which
07 represent the best
the f. .
His Son Emmons Dies Suddenly at Wednesday afternoon of the securities storm passed along the main business C.YOU mm THX WORD I? f.r,rce. aaked. .thoiaaoda :".
streets of the city. It with will $ 3 SHOE .
came such
There is 8-inch
Chicago.: pledged to secure the $100,000 loan from a display advertisement in SENT ,4.
suddenness! that the citizens bad no timein .this paper this week which has no two words I TAKE SUBSTITUTE. .
Emmons Blain', son of Secretary the City bank, and entered a formal pro- which to alike excpt one word. The same is true ol
to of THE BEST
placet SHOE FOfcl
safety. \19\\ THE
State James G. Bluine died at his residence test and offered securities to the highest each one appearing each week from The WORL 41t
Many buildings were wrecked Dr.Barter Medicine Co. This house 1 A
bidder East totally plae a genuine sewed aaoc,that -
$50,000. Tennessee
in Chicago at 11:15 Saturday extension that "Crescent" on everything they -- more .
and It
many people were not killed is a mke Wi arxibl. :fonb'c U"
morning f i om blood piisoning originating 5s sold at 25; $50,000 Washington, miracle. The saddest feature publish Look for it, send them name t-=. -- & a"fr 11d at the price. Equ .
occurred the fr
from a disorder of the bowels. Ohio, and Western at 50; $6,100 Terminal Augusta Olsen's house. There in at O w and they will return you BK .,.;.,--. i"a.d. 8S t 3- ,-. .fine l110 The-m-" &
5s at 26 $35,000 Danville 5s at 35 were LoolB SAP nEMY. 'A, : easy and aurableshowcTer !
The fact of Mr. Blaiue's death was kept ; ; : the house at the time Mr. and 11 tbep. .'I
Mrs. Olsen ai : from$3 to$ "
$10,000 Georgia Pacific seconds 16 and baa used Bradycrotine for headache Iprellb tug l .
concealed for some time after be had at Charles Olsen and four t $ worn by fat and au
others. w1h $3
200 shares of Midland The residence .best Imaginable Ilt I state this .' S want a good bwiry calf. exteaih
pass d away, the object being to reach Virginia at 80. It soUcitatioa.: J. :__- ,_--- e.e. "
collapsed, killing Olsen instantly. bt Abbe easy to walk In.and will keep tU9 feet'
the father first with some general intimation is supposed the securities were bought in The others escaped by a miracle. ,G All du cents. i- -.: .: tfO S9 Fine Calf,b2.2 i a!d 8'i Work wa! .

.,,... of the fad news. The ex-secre by the bank. --- --- U wCl M oir.ore wear for the money taaa !*, -
The place Tuesday was in a state of They are for' ne Incrcaalng sates *
tary and his wite were at Bar Harbor, The application for a receiver recited demoralization. Business WHENEVER, I see Intnnea b.e I t"I. '"- ..
_ Me. and efforts to that the Terminal company never directly was completely Ho's ROVQ' 8' Voatha 81.73 S.I.
get telegraphic communication
: suspended, the streets being .filled with I worn by the 1 ,
with them failed, however operated any line of railway, but was restricted debris of -. bow and ) able thee sold at them bl. -r.- .1e
every description. The. stores 'Thank pc .. W"
to the business of I was 83 .
o'clock the a You' LAD. .VT
and about 12:15 news of the security com ES' W..S
'. were more or less in ruins. Hardly a badly with Shoes for W!> madeOf .
;' 1 death leaked out. It was not until abouta pany. Inability of the company to meet residence but what will Eczema gola or fine C.1 detired. They are go
_3 i its obligations which will fall due in the need repairs. and Sl lortable The caHBB pi]
4 quarter of an hour prior to the fatal : a t e.
is shoes
damage estimated at 200000. front $4 to$ "b a.g| "
iJ moment that the least intimation that shape of interest on bonds and the pay the Sr cvr alot mla In their footwear tre finding this out .""
J Considering number of side of
Blaine in condition be- ment of notes, renders it insolvent and buildings'wrecked whl. CA 1TIOBuof dear a
: ARTEC P. GOBltlH OJ' *4yLLi was a dangerous it is surprising that there was my faceoiearly to the top out : 1a
came known, and then it was only to a in order to protect the,creditors and the DO greater loss of life. Mr. Olsen j of my head. Running ASK FOR W. L DOUGLAS' SHOES Suc IUbttl 1 Dugw'arefnradul ad ,

: "were cheers. Tbe biggest breeze of the few. When the sad intelligence finally company from the expense of separate the only one killed. Eleven was Mrs.Pe. sores discharged from ntld...t fo J.-J1JlLJ--V.Ie-"d! b to Faclory.to m T uf.It:' tiai r"

, : roll call swep' the convention when Gov reached Mr. and Mrs. Blaine, they were executions, a receiver was asked for. badly hurt. The track of the persons storm were both e ) ere wer very bad. For nearly ThWVl where P 1 have.*..a \il ?Te laMre aale, I* .lall.1 a.4 I
was a year .eDr. for ktalovae. .1.Douglas,;
stock of the
: ernor Flower stood on his feet and prostrated by the terrible blow. outstanding capital three to four miles wide. West of Galva, PARTLLtA wa and the sores on my eyeaana in .
; stated that New York During the convention Blaine company is stated to be $70,000,000 of healed. I ill
was solid young about a mile, stood a fine large farmhouse my ars can now hear and see as well -
e for Stevenson-seventy two votes. The seem d in perfect health, and no one common and $5,000,000 of preferret before the as ever." MRS. AMANDA PAISLXV. ,17* Lander to 1
storm, not a vestige of Street,>ewborgh,N. Y.
breez grew: to a gale of applause. It who heard of his sudden passing away stock. The defendant owns nearly all which now remains. -- -- eOJ(.

'. subsided only to rise again when NorthCarolina was more shocked than those who aw the stock of the Richmond and Danville A HOOD'S PIUS cure all Liver ills jaundice LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES
Washington of
stepped Into the Stevenson col him participating: in the caucuses, early the capital of which is $ ,OOO,000. It dispatch says: 'Cyclonic ,sick headache,biliousness our stomach.
similar ;4.4
0 storm, to that which struck __ roe Ladle*and ents. piemoTel
: umn. When Ohio shot out thirty-eight and Ute, night and day, in his father's operates twenty-seven other railways! in Galva HL, are reported from Peoria i15k in Pneumatic Cushion and Solid x styla.Tlrvt.

4- of her forty six votes for Stevenson the intere-t. It is thought possible by many Virginia, Ncrh Carolina, Georgia, Alabama Sandwich, Rockford and elsewhere in, Monthmany 1II.tW I ?JT0.StMl Drop Forgings. Sled ,

excitement grew, and when the Key- that tire strain of excitement at: Mineap- Tennessee, South Carotid andMissiuippL Illinois Ever I 'g.Miustsbi.BB Bewinfs tS.11 rgnning pat-is, thlinII
Boone la. and Hammond from
: Ind. ExceaaiT I wiciuding pMtela SutpMWM Stddto.
: none Sts.tedtoppcd sixty-four votes into oli, followed by keen disappointment of( It also owns the enire: stock 01
A deal of they know Strictly HIGH
great damage was done to Sat lettOj dO" GRABS ia Zvrr7 P
the hat (II Gray, a counter current of the outcome, had not a little to do with of the Baltimore, Chesapeake ant Ohio and prop who get th a eeuta
erty, many people were injured, but pr aT. stamp fu!mr l-e illastrstt theo
: cheering caused a cloudburst of confu- the phjulntl prosT'tion uing. Steamboat Company. The total mileageof there.was no actual toes of life. Doat confide,in anybody b t Bb eJsim 1W. [Ions d tiuns,Riles, Zrnlers, bportisj 4ISdP.

sion over convention floor. 'Wl'con- the Richmond and Danville ia only Bradfield'sFomals JOHN P. UOVELL ARM800MMfr eli
152 while the
tin cist her twenty-three votes for John mileage of he system

L. Mitchell. When the roll finished opratcd is 3.340. "Iwl
was THE
police census returns, says JacobA. Ragilttor _
While His to the
r the figures showed for Stevenson 402 and way Chicago A LOCAL paper tolls how Miss Lent Rib in Scribnor's, show that in IS!10) Inn

r ;: Gray 243-no choice. veatioiu Woodard, of Thorn Creek, Wash., there were in all the tenement.of New' SsecUe for nUNFUL.IVOFUSC.SCMTT.SUPrtESSEO f

I # GOING TO BTEVtSSOX. A Memphis, Tenn., dispatch says: Ex- owed the seed from one head of barley York City 100,708 chiJdr.-n under five ..IttEfiUUUl : sI1'gn

Congressman Morgan was shot and killed four of Thrs does 1h MENSRUATION. ( WINSHIP MACHINE( hi:
Then bfgan changes. Iowa first Cftmeiot.c yean ago. She bar Tested'the crop years age. not imply : t Book _
4- the Stevenson Montana next in a crowded train Saturday morning by with a pair of shears and sowed the there were so many reaily pour children, IECUUT08 WOIN" me f. 'anxna

fallowed Nebraska.camp, Henry Forster, an attorney of Memphis. amount received the'next again i bye good many! thousand. The census I Co I I.a I" ATLANTA, GA.
Ohio year.
by into .
4r I. line amid great cheers. Missouri got climb. Morgan beat Forster with his cane: some harvesting it with her shears. The.third taken more than ayrar ago, for a special IDO a. ot\ 0 Cotton Gins -Cotton IngpsrMaN'

t. ed over.tbe wall Georgia close behind time ago. Ssturday they met for the.first .CIO .her_ father cut with a grass scythe, i purpose, of the Jews in the east s'.d: ; d aM ,
was ,
i 'and time since that occasion. Bthat once getting enough barley from this crop i to i Swat r's Distic showed a total of 25.. D READ ADVERISEMERT81 J'E M.I.Pkl.c'r
Kentucky came next. It be- S
pulled pistori and bean firing: with the .BOW forty 'acres .last spring, wbichaveraged 405 sixyears and 21285 & WBUT OCT. p l ae aad A i.eheo Ia dla* -
cone only a question of.time and when .tMIistwbo.stI. IM5SSI'Sud ask Our
I'i4. result that Morgan was killed.. Pandemonium forty bushels to the acre when between and fourteen,in a ,.f lo'.I.I.T psybwu.a Cotton Gin.wrm New Patent.Rj .
two-thirds vott forr.StenQon' pl'ulahun'of Straightens
a had reigned in the of thenessengers the Fibre ant improves the S5JUP
car. Many threshed than i I .tn
making total of something more .
yield 1,609 maada
-A "been obtained'*kt BOMlfikticm : 11OfO. / the flighest Iark, -
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