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i r WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
i ° For Vice Prestdeat
i I ADLAI E STEVENSON
i For Congress Second District
ROBERT W DAVIS
For Governor
WILLIAM S JENNINGS
For State Officers
The entire Democratic state ticket
For SenatorThirteenth District
I E N DIMICK
t For Representative
K B BAULERSON
For County Officers
The full Democratic county ticket
IT will soon be time for the fate
of our country to be decided one
way or the other
AND still they keep coming in
the right direction The Times
Philadelphias greatest newspaper
has fallen into the Bryan ranks
Xj 1u 1 ujrnuji iui ILI
BRYAN spoke at Richmond In
diana Friday to an immense
throng of enthusiastic people The
meeting was presided over by a
former Republican congressman
IT is understood at Washington
that nothing is to be done in the
matter of the prosecution of Neely
Rathbone and others for robbery
of the Cuban postal funds until
after the election
Ar the great meeting Indian I
apolis last week over 8000 Demo
cratic clubs were represented by
not less than 50000 members
Democratic clubs are now being
organized it is said at the rate of
500 per day
THE millionaire residents at East
Islip L L have formed a Repub
lican club They would doubtless
like to get the whole party on a
millionaire basis if as is unfortu
nately the case the people were
not a necessary adjunct
GOY Roosevelt is not expected
to return to Albany until after the
national election Some of his
constituents who have business
with the state are raising strenuous
objections to his more recent ideas
of a strenuous lifeU
NEW JERSEY is a Democratic
state the lines which so sharply
divided Democratic effort four years
ago have wholly perished and the
demand for Democratic unity and
for aggressive Democratic eflbrt
was never so imperative as it is to
day
Two candidates for the legisla
ture in Kansas have pledged them
selves not to pay out any money
for votes which is commendable
but does not go far enough There
should be a clause added as to tak
ing in money by the successful
man after he is seated
AT Cedar Fall Iowa the post
master received orders from the
1 mastergeneral to close his of
fice the day Roosevelt spoke there
The unwarranted example of polit
ical partisanship will find few de
fenders in the ranks of even the
Republican party It is such a
shameless assumption of authority
that even McKinleys party will
not excuse it
WiiKitE could there be a greater
compliment paid to Mr Bryan
than to have such distinguished
men us Carl Shurz Richard Olney
AVm L Wilson E Wheeler G
S Boutwell J B Henderson Ed
ward M Shepard Edward Atkin
son Bourke Cochran and others
supporting him who favored Mr
McKinley and opposed Mr Bryan
four years ago
TilE Democratic candidates in
Brevurd can congratulate them
selves this year upon a light polit
ical assessment in comparison with
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gome of the counties in this state
The executive committee of Vo
lusia county has fixed the assess
ments of candidates in that county
as follows Judge of the criminal
court 175 solicitor of the criminal
court 50 supervisor of registra
tion 115 county commissioner 7
members of legislature 150 judge
of county court 40 clerk of the
circuit court 120 clerk of the
criminal court 25 county treasur
er S50 tax assessor 140 tax collect
or 50 sheriff 80 superintendent
of public instruction 50 members
of the school board 5 each
CONGRESSMAN Grosvenor gets
down to the level of the campaign
fakir and the sensationalist when
he asserts that the Democratic can
didates will not get a respecteble
vote except by practical suppres
sion of the ballot It is as absurd
as it would be to say that the Re
publican candidates will not get
a single vote without purchasing
it In fact the latter assertion con
tains more of the element of truth
for while there is no Democratic
state in which Mr Bryan success
depends on suppression of the bal
lot in any form whatever there
are several doubtful states in which
Republican money will unques
tionably be used in an effort to
stem the Democratic tide
THE people of New York and
other eastern states who were bit
terly hostile to Mr Bryan four
years ago now know him much
better They now appreciate him
for what he isan honest courag
eous and conscientious man who
is sincere in his desire to relieve
the people of the oppression which
is the fruit of the vicious legisla
tion enacted for the privileged class
Aside from this the justice of the
fight which he is making on be
half of the republic and against
the empire appeals strongly to
every patriotic American This is
the reason why the voters of New
York are arranging to give him on
the 16th inst an ovation without
a parallel in the history of the
greatest metropolis in the United
State New York has ceased to
be the enemys country
IT looks as if the Republicans
would have to admit whether they
would or not that imperialism and
militarism have not passed us is
sues in this campaign and that
they are not being neglected by the
Democratic leaders The Republi
cans may strive to ignore the splen
did assaults that are being made
by Bryan and Stevenson on the
imperialist policy of the adminis
tration but even in that they will
not succeed for the people are
drinking in with intense avidity
and earnestness the arguments
against the newfangled and un
American policy of foreign con
quest to which the administration
have temporarily committed the
United States without so much as
saying to the American people Uhy
your leave And the Republi
cans will have to take notice and
attempt to make some sort of an
swer
ASIDE from the fact that Presi
dent McKinley has demonstrated
to the disgust of the country that
it is quite an easy matter for him
to turn away from what is his
plain duty when the command
is given to do so by the syndicates t
the fact is made quite clear in that
portion of his inaugural address
which Mr Bryan quoted so eilect
ively that he recognizes the exis
tence of trusts and also that they
ire a great evil to the public The
mighty Murk llunnu however has
declared that there is not a trust
in the country and this statement
is reiterated every time he takes
the stump in an effort to hypno
tize the workingmen The sub
stance of Hannas speeches when
boiled down is There are no
trusts there is no imperialism
there aint nothing except me
Mack and good times Hanna is
a great man in his way but his
shadow is not big enough to con
ceal from the people the fact that
trusts are multiplying every day
and the Republican party has done
nothing and does not intend to do
an thinbg to destroy them
Mrs Stonewall Jackson HI
TimesUnion Citizen
Mrs Stonewall Jackson is dangerously
ill in Baltimore The whole south will
grieve when she passes away from ns for
she is a woman worthy of her husband
and of the place she has always held in
the hearts of our people It will be our
consolation to know that she is waited
for over the river where Uwe can rest
in the shade of the trees
Lipton Challenges Again
A challenge from Sir Thomas Lipton
for another series of races for the Ameri
cas cup has been sent to the New York
Yacht club
The letter challenging contains a sug
gestion as to the date of the race
which it is understood will be in Au
gust It is reported that the challenging
yacht will be built on the Thames and
that she will be named Shamrock
According to rumor Robert Wringe
one of the commanders of the old Sham
rock will command the new racer
Landed on a Mans Back
That John McDonald is not dead is no
fault of an accident which happened to
him at Jacksonville but is due rather to
divine intervention than anything else
McDonald fell a distance of fifty feet
through a glass skylight and on the
shoulders of Lou Berlack Friday morn
ing without breaking a bone or receiv
ing internal injuries McDonald is a
plumber employed by J Kuchler and
was at work when a scaffold on which he
was seated fell and precipitated him to
the skylight of the building occupied by
L Berlack He fell through the sky
light down two stories and struck Mr
Berlack who was standing beneath the
skylight Neither was seriously hurt
McNamee and Barker War
Suit was begun in the circuit court at
Pensacola Tuesday against Robt McNa
mee who went to Pensacola to speak in
the interest of removing the capital to
Jacksonville by E B Barker for smo
amount alleged to be due Barker for sal
ary while editor of the Daily Evening
News Jacksonville which paper has
since ceased publication This action
was taken against McXamee after he had
arrived at Pensacohi and a notice was
served on him Tuesday McXamcc who
is an ardent supporter of organized labor
publishes over his signature a statement
which places Barker in no bright light
and says the action is a malicious one on
mr
Markers side The statement was
printed in a morning daily In the
Daily Press Barker retracted
A Popular Candidate
Irom the Sauford Chronicle I
John C Jones is making friends by I
the hundreds everywhere and what is
more they are friends that one can de
pend upon The fluttering reception Mr
Jones is meeting from the mases of the
people of the seventh district goes to
sliou that the voters are quick to rest g
irie and willing to endorse a man when
the opportunity is given them John C
Jones is a genuine Democrat mail of
the people and one who duos not fear to
meet them in their own homes be it
iiumble or pretentious There is no
haughty dignity about him that forbids
him b with the people whom he
asks for ollice In hits eyes a man is a
man no mutter how clothed no matter
how hard his hand or how sleek his ap
pearance In a word there is no 1mm
bug about Jones
farmers Institutes
We have received the following letter
from lr1 E lugrahum third vice
president of the Florida East Coast rail
way relative to a series of fa tiers in
stitute meetings he has arranged for along
the east coast which will no doubt be
of greut interest to our readers
Editor of The Florida Star
As a matter of public internet that you
nay wish to announce through the
columns of THK Srur I have arranged
with professors of the Lake City Airri
cultural college to hold a series of farm
ers institutes along the east coast during
October They will be under the tin i
ces of Prof Stockbriiliro HIll art intend
ed to be of assistance to fanners turf
fruit growers The dales art are as fol
low Jensen October Kith West Palm
Beach October ISth Miami October
QthIitl ville October Jml Daytona
Jctober 2Jrd
Yours truly
J K I XLIHVM
5nl Vice Pros
St Augustine S pt JiUli WOO iI
Story of it Slave I
To he bound bund and foot for years
by the chains of disesise i > the worHiorrn
of slavery deorge P Villiums of Man
Chester Mich tells how uch a slave was
made free lit says My wife has been
so helpless for live years that she could
not turn over in bed alone After using
two bottles of Kieltrie 1 Jitters she is won
derfully improved and able to du her own J
work This supreme remedy for female
diseases quickly cures nervousness sleep1
lessness melancholy headache back
ache fainting and dizzy spells This mir
acle working medicine is a godsend to
weak sickly run down people Every I
bottle guaranteed only 50 cents sold bA
B H Wilson Son druggists G I
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Makes the food more ctefidocis and whotesome
HVAt NMK HWHJt N MM teN
The famous Tucker trial at Dade City
has been completed and the verdict was
acquittal This was one of the most
noted cases in South Florida for many
years Elliott Tucker and his four
brothers were charged with the larceny
of some cattle
Weekly Weather Report
U S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE WEATH
ER BUREAU
Comparative statement of temperatures
and rainfall for the week ending Tuesday
Oct 9 1900
1900 1899
DATE MAX MIN MAX MIN
Oct 3 80 70 80 72
4 85 75 81 73
5 85 78 89 70
11 0 88 78 85 75
II 7 80 71 83 72
8 80 73 82 67
9 87 73 81 68
Total rainfall for the week 113 inch
Departure from the normal rainfall for the
week minus 137 inches
Departure from normal rainfall since Jan
1st 1900 minus 535 inches
HAL P HARDIN
Observer Weather Bureau
Jupiter Fla Oct n 1900
Dr AV H Lewis Lawrenceville Va
writes I am using Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure in my practice among severe < ases
of indigestion and find it an admirable
remedy Many hundreds physicians
depend upon the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure in stomach troubles It digests what
you eat and allows you to eat all the good
food you need providing you do not ov
erload your stomach gives instant relief
and a permanent cure Wilson Son
ANTEDActive man of good character
to deliver and collect in Florida for old es
tablished manufacturing wholesale house
900 a year sure pay Honesty more than
experience required Our reference any
bank in any city Enclose self addressed
stamped envelope Manufacturers third
floor Dearborn St Chicago I
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ST AUGUSTINE FLA
Only National Bank on the Florida East Coast
Solicits Accounts of Finns and Individuals
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 150000 DEPOSITS 350000
J T DiSMtKKP President J JAMKS Vice President G 15
LAMAH JR Cashier
DIRECTORS
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Two trains daily between TAMPA
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WASHINGTON
IJALTIMOKK
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and N1V YORK
Also with CINCINNATI sleeper via
ASHKVILLE
Sheriff Anderson of Orange county is
very ill
It Saved Her Life
Miss Mamie Smith Middlesboro Kyr
writes My little sister had the croup
very bad I gave her several doses of
Foleys Honey and Tar and she was in
stantly relieved It saved her life B It
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September 18th
Tuition FREE to Florida students
Board very low and all other ex
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A COMPLETE COURSE in book
keeping stenography and tele
graphy for about 18 besides
board one year
Foster Hall
for young women
will be ready
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M 0 R P H the medical profession there accepted this
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