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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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jT j RAILWAY OFFICIALS VISIT US. I County Funds Give Out. COHMISSIONERS. PROCEEDINGS. ) ;. ,.Y" .

i For the first time in a long term '1J.
T. A. Philips and M. V. Raley Here Basis of Tax' Assessment Fixed"f.. :: .
; of years there is no money in Lhe'I
Other Routine Business. "
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Wednesday. county treasury to payoff the war- \
FOR mm T. A. Philips, assistant general rants issued by the board of coun- The board of county comm s- t ?
d manerger of the F. C. & P. railroad ty commissioners. With the'''exception SlOners'met in regular session Mon- :I
t' and M. V. Raley, who has again of the bend fund, all the day, January 1st. Members all ," "' ',
been returned to his old post as funds against which the commis- present. .
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pure m trainmaster at Waldo were guests sioners draw are out of money and The minutes of the last meeting .
of the New Commercial Tuesday those who hold warrants must keep were rea "and approved. 4 J"

I rompt attention night having arrived here. on the them until the tax money begins to \V W. Chapman being the t I... ;
night express. come in, unless they wish to use 0 highest bidder was granted the ,. 'i
: come to us. These officials came here to look them at the stores, where they will lease of the county convicts for the e n
over the interests of their road at be received at face value for mer- year 1900 at $5 per month each. E
: ihisjplace: and while their time chandise. The board selected 305 names 'mot
% was limited they went over the Warrants issued by the school from the registration bookS to be ':
I shops at the foot of Walnut street board are good for their face value placed in the jury box, from which !

and gave the depot a critical exam- in money, as that board borrows the grand and; petit jurors will be .

F ination. This work having been money to"meet its obligations pend- drawn. ,
Especial care and at-
K prompt accomplished they left early Wednesday ing the collection of taxes. 1 County Treasurer C. M. Sparkman -
'- tention given to the filling of! morning by a special train The exhaustion of the funds of I filed his Quarterly report on I +-
sent over from Waldo for them, the board of county commissioners the different funds, showing the
r:. ; Prescriptions. and proceeded on their tour of investigation has been brought about by the I amount of scrip taken up during f t ,
I to Cedar Keys. heavy demands made upon the I the quarter ending December 31., ;; J'P .
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While Messrs. Philips and Raley board during the past two years. 1899 to be as follows: General,
,!' preserved the reticence that characterizes The members of the board have 867.35; road and bridge. $521 72; t
i. the movements of all cut expenses at every corner and fine and forfeiture, $884,89; bond, I r
railroad officials the TELEGRAPHhas endeavored heroically to ward off $1.37. The scrip was canceled on r ,.-,..
learned that they were greatly the exhaustion, but circumstancesover the auditors books and destroyed.
A FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET pleased with the equipment of the which they had no control Road supervisors were appointed ,

ARTICLES ALWAYS shops at this place and with the have piled up the expenses and as follows: R
5 w ; work done there. The splendid they have had to pay the bills. Distrit No. I, Providence-H. 1 r
ON HAND. equipment and the location of the Happily, the present condition will N. Hodges, C. A. Boyd and James :

; shops at the northernmost branchof not long obtain A very small percent Ward. f- f
the road was considered by of the taxes for 1899 has been District No. 2, Lake Butler ,-]. .

STARKE DRUG CO. them as peculiarly adapting Starkeas paid.Vhen the peop'e begin to I L. Bryan, H, N. Thompson and T. ,
the place for the location of the pay taxes in earnest the funds will J. Dekle. ; ;.
i" : main shops for the southern divis- soon be replenished and things will j District NO.3, Lawtey-Henry ,
S ion, and it is hardly too much to move along as smoothly as ever. Bennett Drew. Reddish and Turn 't
f; itPtiiiitPt iittt% say that the conclusion was reachedto Perhaps by the next meeting of the-I er Rosier :.'

.: combine the smaller shops at board the treasurer will be able to I District No. 4. Starke-\V.' A.:

-.. ----,._-- --- --- other points with those already resume payment of all warrants. : Bessent W H. Underhill and .. : .
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established here. This will mean, I Henry Adkms .
'HE NEW YORK LIFE also, the removal of the headquarters K. of. P. Officers. District No. 5, Hampton-R. W. : :
of the southern division to At'the last regular meeting of Duggar, A. J ,Pinholster and,A. :,
this place. This conclusion is be Starke Lodge No. 34, Knights of I M. Williams. ;. ) i..
"i' WRITES A POLICY ABSOLUTELY lieved to have been reached by the Pythias, the following officers were inspectors of marks and brands -

I., WITHOUT RESTRICTION officials while here, and the citi- elected: were appointed as follows:
; ; zens of Starke greatly hope that Chancellor Commander-John Hampton-"T. M. Williams. +, *;

?.: INCONTESTABLE FROM DATE OF ISSUE. the belief will prove to be well D. Alderman. : I Lake Butler-Hamp Chancey. r
."" founded.A Vice-Chancellor-G. A. Doug-I I The board fixed the basis of assessment t

.if J. R. DAVIS & CO. A new depot was another topic lass. 'I for taxes on real estate

.j -_-- .- -_ ___ _._._.--_ _-_ h .,_ discussed bv the officials and it is Prelate-A. V. Long. I I for igoo as follows: Improved and
-- -- safe to say- that the near future Master of Work-N. T. Ritch. farm lands, $5 per acre; unimprov- it

will witness an improvement in the Master of Exchequer-B. P. ;; ed lands, $1.25 per acre. t
to stational accommodations of the Smith. Warrants were drawn in pay- .

@ road at this point. Master of Finance-E. p, Dun ment of bills against the various .4 _;
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funds tollows General and. .
Beyond the matters mentioneda can. as : :
0 @ few minor matters were taken up o Keeper of Records and Seal-J. special, $374; pauper, $85; fine and t
by the officials such as orderingthe E. Futch. r forfeiture 259. w ',
sK l' @ erection of yard boards, etc., Master at Arms-W. E Peter i The board adjourned until the
/ for the safety of trains entering or first Tuesday in February. 1
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@ I leaving the station, and it was sonGrand Representative. L. I'I W. WEEKS, 4- -. ;;..r- ,

@ ; @ definitely settled that, beginningnext Peek; alternate, J. M Truby. Clerk and Auditor, '
week, the log train over the Trustees-T. A Knight; J. M ....-/ (
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@ J @ A., S. R. &. G. should be carried Truby and C. L. Peek. A New .Paper., '_ :- .

through to Jacksonville by the The lodge is reported a most I The Palatka correspondent of j .

i @ @ rolling stock and crews of the little healthful condition 'the Times-Union and Citizen, writing .... ., ".1

if IS** @ @ road, instead of being shifted in During the past' semiannualterm i under, date of Japl1ary'1st. says"that r,
Sta/ke. as heretofore. three new members were received -; Mes rs. "Viclters & Hartig "
v Dr. J. C. Wills, Captain !t '
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Larfey. W. H. Anthony and W. S. Norris
j! about the I5tti inst..' The Hartig --
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f@ @ J. C awshaw made a rousmcsstrip having cast their fortunes with the I I referred to is our Phil., 'of Lake' f. .
to cksonville Monday. order during that period. Butler-there is only one.Hartig-

{{ @ @ Dr. E. Y\. Todd was discharging R. L. Sparkman, of Lake'Butler, I and the TELEGRAPH,, wishes him : :\ 1'; .

@ I __, @ his duties \s chairman of the boarl! was in.town Tuesday. I good luck in his new field.. '. .-*.. ., '1-. i .
of county gissioners at Stark -. --- -.'-..-_'_--___- 1 '- .. '
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F. G. Sche1
\;@ WE WISH OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS @ made Superintendent his official visiN.to the Law! A FULL : f>

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{ @ A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS @ Mrs. Minnie Downing, of High I LINE OF .- .. :;? .. .
friends and relatives ,
Springs, is visiting <
NEW YEAR 1 .
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Dr. G. W. Brown made a busi- ;t
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r': J. O. ALVAREZ. ness trip to Jacksonville TuesdayE. GROCERIES, :;, .' \.
B. returned from ,
Shipman I .

@ Tampa Monday. We are glad to I TINWARE, -..:.': ,,. ,. ......;;.-." L' "t-1'1:
@ note that he is much improved in HARDWARE. } ..
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: I D. R. Edwards, who has I -f" y y' .
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: been in South Carolina for sever- ; GLASSWARE, (i : .

) @ @ al days in the interest of his busi- : PAINTS, " c ness, returned home Wednesday *." X* ':' '.". .:.. 'i.".<..
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'r;j. @ Our young people enjoyed a CORN 0' i:: ..
! New Year's supper and socialat .J .
l@ I \ the home of Capt. and Mrs. D. : MAKES ENTHUSIASM. i OATS. t '
R. Edwards Monday night. "
.i@ @ Our people have manifested ; My line makes enthusiasm I t HAY, >: ""-. "

educational spirit by petitioningthe :; just now. A regular celebration : '" i"

W @ school board to order an elec- | for those who want good ;, COFFINS'!,. *v ? .:J

!t;. @ tion I awtey for a the sub-school purpose district of making, so ; things. Here I have goods 1'BASKETS:andUNDERTAKERS' ." i

:'fl1' and prices:> to make you shout. :'
that instead of having only a four :'JI' ?
.j. (0 0 months'public term they can have : A great benefit for those who :

'w 0gr seven or eight. Nothing indicatesthe appreciate the best. If you're SUPPLIES ,
1 progressive spirit in a community looking for good ones-take ,. -
@ @ more than the manifestation -: these. A Specialty. iJI
of their interest in educationof I .

i% tPtti% i% tiitt% the young. G. C. LIVINGSTON. G. C. LIVINGSTON.' .

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? BRADFORD COUNTY JELEGRAPH.u I .p.p. p'popoooooo o O O O p p n Millions Given Away. I LEGAL NOTICES.

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Published Every Friday at WEAK KIDNEYS ar dangerous Kidneys because they $ public to know of one concern in I Application for Tax Deed.OrricK .

the land who are not afraid to be CLERK: -or
STARKE,3RADFORDCOUNTY.FLA $ I :or CIRCUIT COURT,
ate favorable to the appearance of Bright'S Disease. 'WI generous to the needy and suffer-r County of Bradford, Florida.
To Mrs.
-- -- Mary E. Hodges:
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=:: : i ing. The proprietors'of Dr King's II | WHEREi8.C. L. Peek has presented' to

d. S. MATTHEWS Prbllaher..nd Prop I for me Tax Certificates No. H4 and f*. sale of 189';.
r. New Discovery Consumption, i covering th?following land io said county of

---- -- I I Prickly Ash Bitters I Coughs and Colds have given away I j Bradford to-wit:
ten million trial bottles of this I i 8tf of section 89. township t. e..rang 19 e.33 t
SUBSCRIPTION>;- over acres,and irk of section 30,toN nsbip 6 8., rancr
have the satisfaction e.. IBOacrrg,
and
7neYAar.....................................$1.00 great medicine, :j'and said
elxMonths: ................................ .SOrhreettoiiiog Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates W of knowing it has absolutely j me a upon tax deed to certificate'aidlan.t.has demanded from

: .....:........................... .25Entered dO 4pG cured thousands of hopeless cases. 11| Therefore,take notice that after the expiratioit
A the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and of thirty days from the late of thin notice uniess
4'w Asthma bronchitis hoarseness, shall
hair redeemed
----- -- you said land in accordance
removes constipated conditions in the Bowels. diseases of the throat chest ani with law it is my intention to i*>ue a tax deed to
In thePostofflceatStarke.Fla .ae Sec OQ OtJI the said C. I* Peek for tb.. said land in
., lungs are surely cured by it. Callon : a..'x>rdjiiice with the provisions of chapter 4>T4.
ond-clan Matter. I .o 0. OtJd.O Lava of Florida.

IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLENCE. Q QGOo WO J. L. Gaskins, druggist, and get Dated Drcember W.T I 0. 1MW.. WEFK'S.CUrkCtr-t.
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: a free trial bottle. Regular size
By \V. E. W.UXK1UHT.:
Starke Fla. Jan. 5 1900. D. C
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soc and $I. Every bottle guaran-

t PRICE$1.00 PER BOTTLE. PREPARED BY PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO. t\|OtJI teed, or price refunded. Notice of Insolvency.

ab"1 SOLD BY ALL DKUGQISTS.Sold. .-
The Evening Record has I 400 DOD 1IIERE.\8.Carrif n. FJon-us and W. Kllery:
If troubled with rheumatism It Davis administrators of the estate of
sorbed about all the other papersin II ., ."'.. ". "'. . .IJ Chamberlain's Pain Balm a Andrew Floreus, late of Bradford county. Florida
give
deceased, have filed
in n y office a suggetion *-
St Augustine and now prac- -by ST-A-IRJKIIE: IDIRTJGCO trial. It will not cost you a cent of the insolven'-jr of said*rotate; these are
therefore 'o notify all : holding claims
tically has the field to itselt. The if it does no good. One application against said estate to file pernoui the ame in my office

4. ) Record is a most creditable paper. achievements as attorney-general i ida would be will relieve the pain. It also duly February authenticated, A. 1). IDOl, on On..a1l or beftre day the thorn 15th will day be of

--- mere pastime compar- cures sprains and bruises in one- made a pro rata distribution cf fhe assets of said
} will furnish the ed with the work and estate among creditors of sat1 Andrew Floreu.
Each of our representatives in strongest arguIment I i ( expense re- third the time required by other deteaeed.Witness.

in favor of the nomination of i (quired for similar operations in burns frostbites my hand and coal lot Starkt. thin the
witha treatment cuts ,
the House has been honored I I other 7th day of August. A. D.I'CIJII.

place on one of the most impor- his successor, and we shall be glad j 1 i j I many almost universally states. a level Here we have quinsey, pains in the side and Crofit rt'EALJ J. K. H1 County'II"RD.Judge.
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tant committees: Hon. R.V.. at all times to push the good work !!' and solid sand foundation,country with a chest, glandular and other swellings i -- ..-

Davis on interstate and foreign along. -- -.- minimum amount of grading to be i Every are quicKly bottle cured warranteed.by applyingit. 25 Application For 'fax Deed.OFTICK .

done and abundant material for or. ( Lutz or OiarriT COVKT.
commerce, and Hon. b. M. Sparkman Convicts and Good Roads. and 50 cents. For sale by J. L. County of-Bradford,Florida.
roadways. To use the state convicts Gaskins. To 8 i". Bright.
on rivers, .and harbors. From the St. Augustine Urford. I on this work would cut off WHF.RKAf. S. J. I'rfW'OU has presentedto
me Tax Certificate No. 1isalr of HW5.covering -
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the New Year with Most of the Eastern, many of I the present revenue derived from If a man is giving himself away the follow'ing land in said county of Bradford
Starke starts
the Western and some of the. the leases and add of he is worth .to-wit:
not
I expense having. X acre In corner of fourth and Lrwi* KtreettInbaiiifwou
every prospect of growth and pros- Southern states have seriously : gunrds, feeding and temporary -- : City, arc. 4, tp. ?:>.,ranE6 21 e.,Ji

perity The town is backed oy taken up the question of good I)( Stockades: but the investment Brave flen Fall and acre.upon said certificate has demanded from mea '!'

one of the most resourceful coun- roads and inaugurated systems of ;j I would prove a profitable one, and in Victims to stomach, liver and kid- tax Therefore.take deed to said notice land that after the expiration

highway construction that are more a few years Florida would troubles well and of thirty days from the date of this notice unless
and its citi- as as women,
ties in the state, own i possessa ney you shall I !hate redeemed said land io accordancewith
less and economical !
full of the vim and or complete system of public highways thatwou'd I Ii all feel the results in loss of appe: I'\w. it is mv intention to Ijtuue a tax deed
enterprise
zens are and all profitable to the several to the said S. J. Prescott for iha said laud in accordance -
I i I'. add incalculably to the value tire, poisons in the blood, backache, with the previsions of chapter 4074.Laws .
that make towns grow and communities. of her lands. nervousness, headache and tired, of Florida.
Florida has for been faced Laced December X',1 111119.
prosper. years listless, run-down feeling. But W. T. WKEKS, Clerk: CTt C't
_. -- .- with a grave problem in the proper there's no need to feel like that 14 29! By W. t:. W. AI=" R10HT. D. C.

Editor B. *B. Tatum has sold his disposition of her convicts. The Idaville
Listen W. Gardner.
to J. ,
CARDS.
PROFESSIONAL
interest in the Bartow Courier- practice of leasing them to phos Beginning of WomanhoodHow Ind. He says: "Electric Hitters --. -..-- -, --- -

Informant and will go to Miami, phate miners has been maintainedfor are just the thing for a man when ,
a long time, but this has JE.FUTCH ;
proven of down and don't
the "Metropolis" of many cases he is all run care
having bought
far from satisfactory. True, thee
chronic invalidismamong whether he lives or dies. It did ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW.
that town. Editor Tatum is on state has derived some revenue }
:women are caused more to give me new strength and
of the ablest newspaper men in from this method, but it is too I directly by ignorance I II good appetite than anything I Office in Bonk Building. Stark-, FU

the state and will give Miami and small to counterbalance. the attend- or improper treatment when I could take. I can now eat anything -

Dade county a paper truly repre ant evi s j they are at the beginning of the and have a new l lease onlif..:" JOHN WILLS.. itit. I).,

In the first place, the sending of: menstrual L. Gaskins'
sentative.In the period Only soc at J drug
---' -- a convict to the convict camps ; G. F. P. (Gentle's Female store. Every bottle guaranteed.It PHYSICIAN: AM SURGEON.

a local news item last week does not always subserve the ends Panacea) taken at this time will --- DISEASES OF WOMEN: AM OB.TJTRIl'j: A
ol justice. The criminal is sentenced -i female has been demonstrated
the TELEGRAPH stated that.the start the delicate organism repeatedly SPECIALTY..
to a period of imprisonment j along the right and regular in every state in the
merchants of Starke enjoyed a fine at hard labor. If he is and Office with the Star *- 'Drug Co.
strong Union and in
I path. Mothers, start a girl manforeign countries r.HKBV: ...L1"U08. \. 'V
Christmas trade. The statementis able-bodied, well and good. If he right and she will be healthy that Chamberlain's Cough

amply corroborated by the vol is weak and unable to stand the and happy. Remedy is a certain preventive and E. BUCG, t "

severe strain of work in the mines, My daughter.." Buffering with greet b* rlnK ume of deposits at the Bradford plug and backache during her monthly periods. She croup.
and will not die, he becomes dead Fail violent nervous spells which produced a peculiar. universal remedy for that di.sease.M .
and sensation. She used GFP.alt and
jerking
quivering
County Bank on Tuesday Decem expense to the lessee, who must She pains thinks were your removed Panacea and Is the the best jerking medicine was stopped.in the V. Fisher, of Liberty, \V. V ATTOKXKVAVLAW.Corner ; .

ber 26th. On that day the depositsat pay for both his hire and board world. 1 think it 18 the MART best ELIZA I ew BE.NFS.saw for Beulah young Ala.girl. only repeats what has been said Chem and Jac1. c'n Streets

this bank ran a little over $7000 without return in labor. It has aound the globe when he writes:1 -1 Stark'R
If ronr: caTO It nnt fallT covered by our filE BOOK *
This amount represents the Christmas been authentically charged that "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES." "I have used Chamberlain's Cough iI' L. STI2WAKT. M. D. f
Write In confidence for free advice to I -
is made for such
Eve sales of the bank's de opportunity pris LADIES HEALTH CIXB care L.Gentle Jt Co., Remedy in my family for several
oners to escape, and not even per- Chattanooga, Tenn. years and always with perfect suc -SPECIALIST

positors, together with what little functorv effort is made towards PRICE E I.00 A BOTTLE..'. cess.e. believe that it IS not EVE, KAll: NOSE, '1'II U 0 A 1'.
If druggist does not handle G. P. ask him to
was taken in by the merchants their recapture. .i 1 send your for It, otherwise send us your order and il.uo and only the best cough remedy, but
will supply direct expreiwage prepaid. Office in Slur ol Drug ('o.
behind closed doors on Christmas Hew much better would it be me L CERSTLE you&CO., Chattanooga, Tenn.I that it is a sure cure for croup It Sl1J.e

day. Few towns in Florida of for the state'to utilize its convict ,I--,. I has saved the ]lives of our childrena .
J. T. WILLS. A. Y LONG.7ILLS
labor in building a system of hig h- number of This
I ; times. remedy
inhabitants boast of Great Run on Cnamberlain's Cough .
1200 can as .. L.ONC,
ways. 1 hrough this method the ;[ Remedy. is for sale by J. L. Grjskins. ,\ :

-\ good holiday trade. Indeed few road tax would be abo:ished, and 1 i --
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r towns in Florida-or any other honest labor would not suffer. j Manager Spain stands at the head of the ATTOUNKYS-ri'-LAW. :
drug store, informs ns that he is '"
state, for that matter-of the size A law enacted by the last legislature I' Chamberlain's list of European countries with Office: in Peek's Isui1rlill:!. lIlfkt". Fin f;
having a run on
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g of Starke invests the county commissioners i '3000 hours of sunshine per year, }
can anywhere near touch i Cough; Remedy. He sells
with the right to use their i! while Italy has 2300 hours. Germany II. C'OLSON, M. U., 't
this burg in resources. five botiles of that medicine to one I. J
own prisoners and borrow from I comes next with 1700 and Jl)1
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adjoining counties for road pur- England with 1400. (fSICn. -rUHfOX; :
THE TELEGRAPH TABOOED. : great satisfaction b.se clays ,
poses. This is a step in the right I I -- ---- f
direction but have ,| of J la. r.ti} '-there ffftf mg lIke J. L. Gaskins guarantees STAIIKE, KI.A.
we not yet every
r J During the past two weeks a heard of any advantage being taken! Chamberlain, medy to bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough OfBui in Un.'kiu I"tug! :I lure.D r

i. number of our contemporarieshave of the opportunity. j stop the cough, heal un? the sore I Remedy and will! refund the money

reproduced a half-column Constructing highways in Flor- throat and lungs andgive relief to any one who i is not satisfied af | ; Io COltNTO.ATTOKXKYATLAW.--, 1t.

article from the Monticello Constitution -. -- within a very short tif"l'ic The sales ter using two-thirds of the contents.

The Eminent Kidney !are growing, and *&M who try it are This is the best remedy in the world f
in which it is argued that
and Bladder Specialist. I pleased with its/ prompt action.- for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup COMMERCIAL I'RACTICF A SPECIALTY.TAKK !'.'

Attorney-General Lamar should be South Chica/-b Daily Calumet. and whooping cough and is pleasant $ FL.\.

-. his This Sold by ]J. .."*L.. Gaskins.
M own successor. spontaneous tiM / and safe to take. It preventsany I

: outburst is fully explained by /, l tyt A + tendency of a cold to result in
a ?i.l sal ton of Atlantic water yields, Q q IIri O
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pneumonia.
the Green Cove which
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per reproduces the article, but pre salt; of the Dead Sea, 187. &l -

faces it with the following paragraph 1 i Red Hotf;;- the Gun I Ii :JFJERRYS; Q :til O f',11

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Monticello"The following Constitution clipping from the r i| man, ot Newark, Mich in civil '! SEEDS ?, ti ern :;
is published >
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war. caused horrible ulcers that h1
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by request. / ( j' I f.':rA t
: no treatment helped for twenty !, # CU !' 5 Q
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V apparent I 1 j years. Then BucUen's Arnica ) r tU ,.
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t enIlI''!*>:i Ion rtTT sSetvney 'S "
press bureau has resumed j I I 'j Salve I cured him. Cures cuts, 'f year end n?\'
its old time activity, the TELEGRAPH |Ii i!I !1 bruises, burns, boils felons corns, .(J y flH.disappointment.''! lrr.j iis-.not Cheap 1.1 jin",1I1J11li-; crops. i iI I o ;- : > }

,, .'- is surprised to find itselttabo The Discoverer of Swamp-Root Work la j j skin eruptions. Best pile cure on j I /.I.It'is jkiys\"g'to' h-I i<:: h-f
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i & have so cheerfully yielded space to country most dangerous because so decep-i _. I Ii & CO. DETROIT, MICH. t.0Io liihltr :
live. Many sudden deaths are caused by I! I r M i .
the exploitation of Mr. Lamar's It-heart disease pneumonia, heart failure !'. First citizen: "Why didn't yougo [f.tttle } i:

r efforts tta collect $96coo from the i or apoplexy are often the result of kidney to the war?" Second citizen: :; '1 :;

" I disease. If kidney trouble is allowed advance "Well between and I did O l
to : you me, ,, : A
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kidney-poisoned blood will attack not know the Spaniards were suchbad h-I ? : !
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richness of the blood-the albumen tetter:, salt rheum and eczema, Chsjm- a 2 T &
boycott.: Perhaps it may be because -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright's ': A system regulator is a medicine'! berlain's's Eye and Skin Ointment is Ul 0 3-7: MH ;;oc j
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Disease, the worst form that i 1 -- .f .
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kidney trouble. strengthens and stimulatesthe without an equal. It rt lieves the itch $;
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aware Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery liver, kidneys, stomach and !ing and smarting almost inst.intly ;:n 1iFJ
TELEGRAPH is aware that he wil 1 is the true specific for kidney, bladderand : bowels : Ash Bitters is its continued n.e effects a permanent Y

urinary troubles. It has cured thousands Prickly a I| cnre. It also cures itch barber's itch, ....., [ ,,.; i-..
have a successor other than himself of apparently : regulator. It drives I scald ; ao .
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T UPRISING GENERAL LAWTON'S FUNERAL GERMAN SHIP SEIZED BULLER HOPES PARTY. 'IS IN UNISON'J: : ;.

Impressive Services Held In Manila .;. ..t
yaes1'"
f FRUSTRATED and Body Now on Way .
English Cruiser Takes Steamer ;-
4 To The United States.A FOR A VICTORY Danforth Makes Trip of Observation ,; "

Manila special says: The funeral Bundezrath In Charge .s
South.
Through :
of General Henry W. Lawton, whowas ,f

lib. Rebels Were Prepared To killed at San Mateo, December RECRUITS FOR BOERS ON BOAR General Will to Retrieve -'.1.:,.

18, was held Saturday with impressiveceremonies. Attempt TALK OF DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN.!
Give Americans Trouble.
The body was conveyed Vessel Claimed Prise Will Be Subject Disaster at Tugela River. r.
from the Paco cemetery down' to the I
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n to Court of Inquiry to R. Heldat Sentiment Is Hot FarorabU to Chicago !
Luneta, to Pasig and then to the trans- 1
Durban-Latent War Yews.A A* Place For Holding the Neat: ;
PLOSIVE BOMBS DISCOVERED port Thomas, which tailed at once for OUTLOOK IS VERY UNCERTAINAt National Convention.

"' San Francisco.As .
r.t cable dispatch from Lorenzo.Mar- -
the body was removed from the
Occasion:. of Lawton's Funeral Was vault Marrin ques, Delagoa Bay, states that the Elliott Danforth, chairman of the 1
Chaplain read the
pray- All Points the Position of Kruer's -
iff,Selected For Dastardly Work. ers. The personal staff of the late German steamer Bundesrath, belong- Democratic state committee, returned ,

All Details Were Arranged. general was augmented by Color Ser- ing to the German East African lime, Forces Are Stronger and to New York Wednesday after a trip }

't geant Simon, Trnmpeter Haberkamand has been captured as a prize and takento Seem Impregnable.A through the south, during which he .

.. Privates Oakum and Mohrusen. Durban. The Bundesrath arrived talked with Senator James K. Jones, t t
advices state that four The latter, who were closely connected
rTjEhiKppine; chairman of the committeeand f
with General Lawton's at Delagoa Bay from Mozambique.The national
explosive bombs, a few firearms and recent cam London special under data of
I paigns, bore the casket from the vaultto Bundeerath, of 1,319 tons, most of the chairmen of the southern t
'fJOO rounds of ammunition dis- I Wednesday was to the effect that
were six-horse Democratic
a caisson awaiting at the sailed from Hamburg November 8th, state committees. !
-
eyed in a house in the center of gate. for Tanga, East Africa. Winston Churchill'arrival at Chievely Mr. Danforth gives the following I

Hanfla" Sunday morning, while the The funeral procession vas composed The capture of the vessel has increased camp on December 26th is perhaps responsible result of his observations and
: of the band of the 20th regi- for of
lice over-coloring
were seeking Recarte, the in- some some information
J- ment, General Hall and his staff, two the already strong anti-British about next year'snational
ent leader, who was said to have troops of the Fourth cavalry who were feeling among the Hollander and Ger- the gravity of the situation, but all campaign:
i
e to Manila in th3 hope of effecting with General Lawton at the time of man Section of the population.The the latest news conveys the impres- "I found" he said, "that the sentiment

'a outbreak Saturday by taking ad- his death, a battery of artillery, a vessel will be brought before a sion that Bailer may be intending an- was generally in favor of select-

ftotage: of the mobilization 'of the number of clergymen the caisson prize court at Durban. other attack upon the Boer position. ing some western city other than Chi .

_,)"!imericeu troops at General Lawton's covered with flowers; the personalstaff The directors of the German East Certainly the Boers are not inac- cago as the place for holding the na-
.''janeral.'It,, of the general on foot; Generals African line at Hamburg have receivednews tional convention. The members of
-\. developedIpat the plot included Wheeler, Watson, Bates, Forsythe, of the arrest uf the imperial mail tive. At both Modder river and the the national committee have a strong

.t1 throwing of bombs among the foreign Kobbe and Schwan in three carriages; ; steamer Bundesrath. The commanderof Tugela they are said to be strengthening feeling against Chicago on account of

:< consuls attending the ceremonies a naval battalion, Major General Otis the port of Durban refused an explanation their forces and extending defense treatment they have received from the u

,order to bring about international and his staff, the foreign consuls in of the cause of the seizure.It works, which in both cases are seem- newspapers since they established
(plications. These, it seems, were full dress and the members of the is declared that there was no con headquarters in the city in 1896. It
[" be thrown from the Escolta's high- Philippine supreme court. traband of war on board, and when ingly almost impregnable.As looks now as if either Milwaukee or

building, but the avoidance of the Five delegations from the towns application was made to the German showing the difficulty of obtain- Kansas City will secure the national
Its by the funeral procession spoil- where General Lawton establishedcivil foreign offices the latter immediately ing accurate information a correspond: convention. Milwaukee seems to be
:.td the plan. government presented wreaths. promised interposition with the British ent of the Daily News at Cape Town in the lead. It has an auditorium

'J The populace, it is thought, had Women from the same towns waited government.A i under date of December 21st, announces I with a seating capacity of 15,000, and '
n prepared for the attempt by a on Mrs. Lawton Friday and presentedher London reporter of the Associated I that "General Buller is com the citizens have offered to entertain
Press has learned that there ing to Cape Town to meat Sir Charles
:, or circulated widely among the With their condolence and flowers. were the delegates handsomely.
'yes that Aguinaldo was in :Manila Crowds of natives and<< Americans three German officers and twenty Warren and then both will go to Mod "I also discover that there is a general -

'd would personally lead the out- witnessed the procession, the band men attired in khaki, and intending to der river." feeling in favor of establishing .
The American authorities played dirges and the crowds uncov serve the Boers on board the Bundes As five battalions of General War the headquarters of the national committee ;

ring been advised of what was brew- ered. rath, which explains her capture.A ren's Fifth division are said to have next year in Washington. Sen-

,prepared for all contingencies At Paeig the ca ket was transferredto CHRISTMAS SORTIE. gone to Natal, his arrival at Pieter- ator Jones favored Washington in .I

K.. ptain Morrison who commands the tug, "taps" was sounded and Ad rices received from Pretoria under maritsburg seemed natural. 1896, but gave way to Mr. Bryan, who

troops in the most turbulent dis- prayers were offered by Chaplain date of Wednesday, December 27, Dispatches from Chieveley indicate was in favor of Chicago."In :; .
'cf of the city, says he does not beJlne Pierce. say that an official dispatch from Ma- that General Bailer forces will remobilize my trip through the south I observed -

....;, an actual uprising will ever oc- Four enlisted pall-bearers accompa- feking announces that in the sortie at Frere before attempting another one thing which will be considered -
cur-as' the natives lack the resolution nied the body to the United States. which the British made from that' advance. Doubtless he wouldbe of particular interest in Naw
;.%. intake the first steps in a movement place December 25attacking one of the glad to retrieve the Colenso reverse York, namely, that none of the leaders
before the arrival of Lord Roberts
t :would entail fighting at close HARDWARE ADYA>CES. Boer forts with cannon, Maxims and seemed disposed to insist on free silver
[outers with the American troops. an armored train so persistently that yet he is hardly likely to attempt as the main issue of the campaignnext .,.
another frontal attack. It is
An' American advance in. Cavite" :Nail and Wire Go Up Twenty-Five Cents the fighting raged up to the walls of'' more year. They did not say they had
ivince, south of Manila, is expected Per Hundred. fort, the British lost 109 men killed likely that he is preparing to strike abandoned the 16 to 1 idea, but they
.kortly. Reliable reports from native Hardware dealers all over the south and wounded, while the Boers -lost should the Boers make any offensivemove. acknowledged that the situation had -

ties show that there are upward of received the following telegram from only two men killed and seven wounded. changed since 1896, and that the dominant '-.... e
Mr. Churchill's reference
,000 organized insurgents wider Chicago! Saturday: to Lady- issues next year were trusts and *
v\
rms within a mile of Imus. Theye "Prices of nails and wire advanced The dipatch adds that Captains smith may imply that the situation of imperialism. This is to say, they are

strengthening their iutrenchments 25 cents per hundred, effective this Kirkwood and Grenfell were captured the garrison is more desperata than unwilling to repudiate the Chicago :. -

ind possess artillery. morning, December 30. Details by by Boer scoftts near Colengn and were had been lIuppoa d. platform, but they see that new issuesof .....
The Boers continue the
FUJPnfOS WELL IKTRESCHED. mail. American Steel ana Wire Co." being sent to Pretoria. fortifying far-reaching importance have come !
] All kinds of shelf hardware was Ten vnloaded shells inscribed! "TheSeason's hills commanding the town. General up lately and their choice should be I
... .... At Novaleta the Filipino intrench- advanced 11 per cent, and another Greetings" hare been fired at White, however, heliographs. that all recognized. .' ._I
.ents have been much ctrenghtcned was well in Ladysinith on December "Even in states like .
advance in expected. The advance is Ladysinith. North CarolinaI
.iace General Schwsn's advance. A 26th.
due to the steady advance in all kindsof Ten South African medical students found that the anti-trust and anti- j
fAousand of the enemy are in the vicin- Competent military critics in London imperialism ideas
iron and steel. fron Elinburg have arrived at Pretoria engaged the atten-
rtty and there are 600 at San Francisco I regard the campaign as at a complete tion of the ;
people than the
more free
from
with five tone of I
Delagoa bay
r ale Malabon. From twelve to a hunlr UAYSORS AXt GREEN medical stores. deadlock for the present, owing I silver issue. In fact, I might sum up
'=< d garrison all the towns in the to the dispersal of the British forces observations
A from the Boer at my by saying, that the
southern part of Cavite province and dispatch camp and the lack of adequate -
Appear In :Xw York Court to I5e Examined the Modder river dated transport. sentiment of Democracy, in the southis
Thursday,
jibe same may be said of the towns in In Contracting Ca-e. December 28th They believe it will be many weeks before such that I am confident there will j

atangas province. At New York, Saturday, Benjamin lasting an ,hour.reports December an artilleryduel 23tn :' Lord Roberta ii able to reorgan- : be little trouble in bringing about aunion ,
l The provinces of North Camarices I I ize and to make effective '\
an move.
D. Greene Colonel John F. of the the
Democracy whole ...
Gaynor .. >
British made a
I a reconnoitering party a i ;. .
nd South Camarines hold quantities aud William T. I The Boer trench work is so good country next '... .,..t _
and Edward
f Gaynor sortie year.
but did within the
not ,
come
.,of hemp which the people cannotttimarket. that it enables the enemy to hold along "The
H. Gaynor, members of the Atlantic Boer The British, December Democratic national con"ention -'4
i'i As a consequence the population I Dredging and Contracting company, 28th range.commenced bombardment : ; line with a very few men, and to ," Mr. Danforth added, "'Wi1.1.beheld : ..:1 /
a steady
:' in that of Luzon is suffer- travel distances I
part great under'perfect
i' *
I a short time after the'
I jointly indicted with Michael A. Can of the Boer Republican' "r
position.The \
tSJing: from lack of food. Rice now I cover, so as rapidly to reinforce any convention .
1 to | *
! j nelly and former Captain Oberlin M. latest Ladytmith advices show according custom. No-1
| costs four times its normal price.y i point attacke'd. The Times which -.J
matter when it
; I Carter, United States engineer corps, that the Boer shelling is becoming is held, there ,is .no ?
It is estimated that 1,000 insurgents for conspiracy resulting in a loss to deadly, while sickness and ennui must i I, comments editorially upon the severe doubt about the head of the ticketEverywhere .

are intrenched at Cal moa. the government of 8575,594 in connect i also the strain, says: I heard only Mr. Bryan/1
be
Life of telling strongly upon gar- "It is difficult to avoid the conclusion
the coast the
t. along provincesof < tion with the Savannah river and Cum- 'I rison. name mentioned. They are not talk._,
Cagaban and<< north and south Ilocos 1 berland sound contracts, appeared for that our troubles -are due to the ing about candidates for vice presidentyet.

pis resuming normal conditions. The examination before United States ComI BIG CHICAGO BLAZE. unreality of the presumedly'practical An eastern man will probably be .
American troops occupy the important ,I missioner Shields. lessons given in the maneuvers at Al- selected." .
towns and patrol the country -I Mix.*.,( firemen Hurt and Much derihot." F

} roads. The natives implore the j! imiVKFlKLl" ) A DEFAULTER. .: h. u. nperty D..trey..cI. .luab1.1 Dispatches from Modder river represent TRAGEDY IN ALABAMA.Shotgun ., .

{ Americans to continue the occupation, I F'.nY'fj tcag4 an early hour i iI i Dutch disaffection in Griqul- I

rr to establish a settled government and j Most. "Kxemplarj" Young Man SatnJ&rt '.Jmpletely Mv11 the h\lild- land West as growing very serious. In and Knife Briar Down Three. ;
to terminate the uncertainty, abuses I! on.ly IHftuppear From \11).terl-I'I ings a tending from 216 to 222 Monroe some towns the entire Dutch popula-. Vin"'J''! D &.'!fur;;; -. '

x. and confiscations that have character- An Atlanta dispatch pays: Of the I street, ald badly damaged the buildingat tion has joined the Boers. A.-::. eab"'n.thembychapter4Q.- at. De-- .
ized the rule of tbe Tatrall revolutionists most exemplary habits, with a reputation I I 212-21.-4.- jjonroe street.causing alossaggregatit1G The rebels have formed a laager ata PBsiT, a small town. 3la. the school "'1r "
J:r during the last eighteen months. hitherto above the slightest $930,000 aud rt'luHuIthe point thirty miles west of Modd qty, Ala, Tuesday eveni..'n:p with-w

fr Vast amounts of tobacco, estimated gestion of reproach, Kelly H. SUg-l.I injury o .f nine firemen, two of R \'e :';;:p. ,-' Two brothers, a nephew and cousin

t.. to be worth $2,000,000, are ready for ;j field, the young man whose mysterious them seriously.The The Cape To S-v correspOQ-dent. of all engaged. in a throat-cutting andxt*
i shipment Manila. The opening ofh.1he disappearance was announced in I I fire is supposed to have rigi- The Times, under date of-Priday, De- shooting affray. James Hardon had v

ports of Dtgupan, San Fernando, j The Constitution of Sunday, is a defaulter nated on the second' floor in the ork cember 22d, says: his throat cut from the back of the -

Yigan, Laoag and Aparri will permit and a fugitive from justice.. room of Wooley & t*ct, wholesale, "Anxiety regarding the attitude of neck to the left side of his chin by his* ti -

|$ the resumption of trade, bringing relief j I The exact amount of Brinsfield's woolens, at 220 and 222 :Monroevweet: the colonial Dutch is steadily growiag. nephew, Jeddle Hardon. James Harden .;/
. ,' to communities greatly in need of shortage with the Manhattan Life Insurance j and fanned by a fierce northwest wind They make no effort to conceal their died a few hours later. .J.ohn 0..' '

loodstuffc. Many vessels have already Company is not known. It i' the flames quickly communicated to the sympathy with the two republics and Harden, a brother to the'dead'man._. ,- ,,,. .
F been cleared from Banila for these may amount up into the thousands. building; at 216 and 2U Monroe street, the only question now is whether, if wa< also badly cut and may die. >: -__j h. r/ -r

j:ports. gradually spreading east to 212 and the military situation is not changed, As the fight was drawing* a 'lose : .. '\, .o ,
; :
t/' Incoming Spanish prisoners declare Ohio Legislature Meets. 214 Monroe street, where its progresswas they will keep from open rebellion. Mac Russell, a boy, ran up pith a'l. ..; t,
'' 'h1at Agninaldo has ordered the release The Ohio legislature; 1*et and 'or finally checked. "Even in districts that have nob double-barrel shotgun and shot Jeddie:J\ -.r

-of. all Spaniards now in possession oft ganized at Columbus Monday. The been visited by the Boers in the east Hardon, the entire load 'p ssing\. -
the rebels. The mountain passes of Republicans have a majority in both Cotton Mills Advance Wa fs. ern part of the province the Dntck through his abdomen and 'deathwas 1\ .

:.Cayagan and the two Ilocos provinces branches. In the senate there are The stockholders of the Meridian, farmers are riding about armed. This instantaneous. -. : ,-A. '
j;are still guarded, in the hope of catch- nineteen Republicans, eleven Demo Miss., cotton mills have advanced the is the case also in districts only fifteea About two years ago Jeddie :Hu -

fetnf the insurgent general, Tinio, who crats and one independent Republican.In wages of all employes 5 per cent. A miles from Cape Town, where a sedition shot and permanently injured. L1 s-r. :;

JJt still a fugitive. It is asserted mat the house there are sixty-two Republicans statement just issued shows the net movement is busily propagating. father.

1Lfeutenant Gilmore is in Tinio's cus- forty-five Democrats and profits of the mills for 1899 to be $30- The British toiceti are inadequate to Whiskey is aid to be tie cause. of ..

.., three independent Republicans. 107.36. guard 1,000 miles of conmumcaiuotte." the terrible difficulty. + t".i"' .
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.: PROTESTANTS CAN MARRY.t CASUALTIES AT LADYSMITH. COSTLY SA Yl SAIJ BLAZE. GENERAL WOOD'S CABINET.The IRI HEN READY TO FIGHT., ,. -.' \
t.f 4 -- :";..!- (; ,.-s.
| C.. .eral OtI Break Into Catholic Custom :Hew Governor General Award Portfolios i' '. :
'1T:| at Manila. Boer Watch B.lesgnered Town With Tw. Store Durned anOther* Damaged, to Well Known Cuban. T. E. MeVeagh Nays 2OO.OOO Ar Preparr i.,: ,'y#.. \".

:lf L General Otis has issued a decree authorizing SvnrchliKht at Mcht. Entailing Lou of IU OOOO. The names of the members of General ed to Stride England. t \f-
from dated
the celebration of civil mar- A dispatch Ladysmith, Savannah, Ga., had a 3150,000 Fri- Wood's Cuban cabinet and the A secret meeting of Irishmen was \.dj",:, .

triages in the Philippines. He cabled December 22d, says: day night. It started in the basementof assignment of portfolios has been held in Wheeling, Wednesday ....:.-j..
Secretary Root to that effect Wednesday 'The Boers have mounted another Lindsay t Morgan's furniture storeat issued as follows: night in the interest of the Fenian .... ..,.
k" and the secretary promptly approved howitzer on Surprise hill, replacingthe Broughton and Barnard streets Secretary of state and government movement and the Boer<,sise in '."outh .' o

', the action. Heretofore all gun captured<< in the sortie of the about 10 o'clock. Diego Tamayo. Africa. T..E-'YcV{>}gh. of Dublin, .

1::marriages were celebrated by the rifle brigade. While they watch us Within a short time Daniel Hogan's Secretary of justice-Lnis Estevez.Secretary' who is a candidate for Michael Da- _-x-.:

Catholic church, so that Protestants nightly with a searchlight and bombard store,across Barnard street,was ablaze. of education Juan Dau- vitt's seat in parliament, h&3 been in,f ".. 'tt.:,'
, .. and non-Christians were prohibited the place daily, they show no The fire in this building and that next tista Hernandez. the city for a week working ,up the "' ?'- ;,.."
from marrying. signs of assaulting the town. They to it was confined to the two upper Secretary of finance-Enrique Va- meeting and made. the principal ad':\;* -' -,,:. '>-:'

\\1;' The decree does not interfere wi'h probably think they can starve us out, stories, but they were both flooded rona. dress. In an interview he confirmed' Y .'SZ .FJI
j le Catholics, who may be married ac- but we have plenty of provisions. The with water. Other stores on the op- Secretary of public works-Jose the report that the .Jynian movement i

JJcording to their own rites, but extends total casualties since the siege began posite corners were slightly damaged, i. Bamon VJllon.i. was on foot, and said there were: 200- .
_uth* privilege of civil marriage to thosewho are seventy men killed and 236 The losses will foot up more than Secretary of agriculture, industryand 000 Irishmen ready to strike a blow at ,,' .i'"

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1900. Old Vets Protest. Dentist Smith Acquitted.Dr. .
insur- At the annual meeting of E. A. Perry Belon B. Smith, charged with'

An automobile has been designed to be Camp of Confederate Veterans at Lake the murder of William Hollifield, last _
City the past week, the following reso- may, is a free man, and spent Christmas -
tow canal boats There is
no telling Bodies of 150 Heroes lutions were unanimously adopted: with his family in Pensacola. The

where the application of the horseless the "Whereas, In the battle of Olustee, jury was out twenty-four,hours before '

carriage will end. __ At Washington. fought February 20, 1864, the Federal rendering a verdict of net guilty. '

a troops were principally negroes, and The testimony showed that Holifleld
received a crushing defeat;and, went to Smith's office to collect a bill
Twenty clerks are said"to have been of 'Whereas, The national government that Smith had several times told him

infected with the bacilli of tubercu- MILITARY FUNERAL long since had the bodies of all he was unable to pay. Holifield wasa

losis from turning over old records the Federal dead on Olustee's battle- much stronger man than Smith, and
and field removed to national cemeteries: assaulted him in his office, and during
which had been
kept by a
consump- Captain Sigsbee,With Three and has never evinced any desire to the struggle shot and killed him.
tive whose habit was to dampen his law perpetuate the memory of the battle; Judge Wall charged<< that a man's office _

finger from his lips before turning the Survivors, Saw Their and, was his'castle, and he had a rightto

pages. Their deaths caused an investigation Comrades Laid Away. "Whereas, The Florida state divis- defend it and his person against a

1 to be made by the :Michiganstate ion of the Daughters of the Confed- powerful antagonist even to the extentof
local desirous of perpetuating the taking his life. '
eracy,
board of health which
reportedthat
ask- memory of the noble confederate soldiers The jury stood for Lours six for con-
i
the books wore filled. with the ba- Upon the windy heights of con- I who laid down their lives on that viction and six for acquittal. Judge

cilli of the disease. ton cemetery, at Washington bloody field, and to commemorate Wall gave them a second charge dur-

--- day, with simple religious thirty- their valor, patriotism and devotion to ing their deliberations, which was so s

The Crimean war cost Great Britain and the impressive honors of in duty, began to collect funds for the clear and powerful that they soon r
erection of a monument for such pur- I reached a verdict.
$385,000,000, of which $185,000,000 the presence of the president,
poses; and,
was an addition the permanent na- bers of his cabinet, officers of in "Whereas, The last session of the

tional debt More than 20,000 Brit- and navy and other Florida legislature, by its enactmentof There was considerable surprise in.
Tampa when the jury in the Blitch
ish soldiers perished in it, mostly the government, the Maine the chapter 4815, Laws of Florida, has case rendered a verdict of manslaughter. -

from sickness and exposure. The brought from Havana by the each- seriously interfered with their plans It was! confidently believed that

only result of it.was. to keep Russia Texas laid each and retarded their work; and the jury, after being out so longwould
ship were away "Whereas The of Florida
governor
w out of Constantinople. It did not of the either bring in an acquittal] or make a
commission of five
final
resting places.A has appointed K
mistrial. Blitch to< his conviction
permanently settle the Eastern ques- cabinet officer, in persons, in accordance with said law, in calm Soon
a manner. after, in
tion and did not coffins before the trust from the pub-
even prevent the flag-draped to receive subscriptions
conversation, he said that it did not
restoration of Sebastopol as a natal nies began, said: "The lives to lic and erect a monument to the fed- matter a great deal, for if they wanted
her colonies." estab- officers and sol- f,
men cost Spain eral and confederate
stronghold. to get punishment out of him it would
.-- But there was no note of by diers who participated in said battle, have to be done soon, for otherwise he t

The agricultural capacity of Alaska. in the grim scene. With a thereby doing as much honor to an I would not live long. He says he is
sadness and solemn gravitythe army of negroes who were for the pur-
suffering from lung trouble and that r
is
as yet not a sure factor in its future a for-
performed its duty to the pose of despoiling our homes as to our
confinement is killing him. He said
development But even if the conn* gave its defenders a Christian of the own fathers, husbands and brothers, that it was only the active outdoor life

try should bring disappointment in at home in soil hallowed by to who bravely defended them; thereforebe that ho led that kept Lim alive, and as '

this respect, it should not hinder the deeds. it soon as he was confined in jail he began +
The caskets interred ranged I "Resolved, That we enter our em-
successful pursuit of lumber, fishing, will to waste away. A motion for a
row. Over each was spread an s phatic protest against said law and I,
new trial was made immediately after
and mining industries. For the cheap ican ensign, upon which lay a against its being carried into effect till i the verdict was read.
communication by water with the of smilax leaves. the Florida legislature shall convene

great agricultural states. of Washington Around the inclosure on the I and we be afforded an opportunity to I Mr. A.W. Barber, former resident-
.
and Oregon will always enable shoulder, were drawn up the petition for its repeal. of Orlando, who now holds an important -

the inhabitants: of Alaska to supplyall of Fort Myer; to the right being : position in the surveying depart-

their food wants at reasonable talion of marines from the in Two men named Bowen Thomas, ; ment of the general land office i
with their spiked helmets and employed at a turpentine camp near I Washington, spent Christmas with hii "
prices. capes turned back;to the left, a last brother at Cohutta. He is in
that Gainesville, engaged in a quarrel Florida! ,
Never has the world of humaa life ment of jackies from the bitter Sunday. Thomas is dead and Bowenwas I' for the purpose of inspecting recent!'-
blue; in the flag-draped stand into pursued by the deputy sheriff and government surveys in different parts
been more alert and to discover ,
the and his
eager
rear president and a pack of bloodhounds. The two men, of the state. He will inspect work on '
truth, and to live by it, than it now Admiral Dewey, Major General of both regarded as desperate characters Sanabel Island, at Miami, Green Cove

is. But no miud is large enough to and a distinguished group of when angry, had been disputing for 'I Springs and near Lake City. The

comprehend all the phases of human- of the army and navy in their some time, when they began to fight. I duties entrusted to him will keep him.
ity in its moral dress uniforms,while all around Bowen was giving Thomas severe occupied for several months. d
many-sided development -
ed the throng of people who
when Thomas turned
punishment,
To take into one's sympathies ed the snow and biting cold Cape I n
and ran. With Herculean strength W. H. Stephens, general agricultural -
but a few of the. many interests of so- their last tribute to the dead. I Bowen hurled a turpentine axe at the agent of the Plant System, says ej

ciety is to open the door for a troopof these were many relatives and re fleeing man. The blade struck Thomas i that the land in rear of the Hotel f

engaging and absorbing thoughts of those who had been lost in Town full in the side severing an artery, I Punta Gorda would be planted in pineapples -. ,
aster. !' -Me- from which Thomas bled to death. | as an object lesson. He is satisfied at
ana emotions. To admit them all There tender : I'
F was a that over $5,000 can"bemade
would be impossible,philosophizes the in the fact that the
Captain
I There is a queixup and complication -! yearly on the acre of land. While ex-
"i"i
Christian Register. was in command of the at sstrich farm, Jacksonville, I amining the pineries around Punta.
she was blown ur>. had charge for j Gorda he stated that he had nefer
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ceremonies in honor of his naval
We with satisfaction seen better.
note that
Cap- and eleven emu eggs. Birds do not any
that Father Chid wick, who west
tain Nat Herreshoff is of the opinion realize change of season, and thinking I
lain of the Maine, was there
that he can "build a boat that will form the last rites. Three they are in Australian summer, are be- The circuit court at Gainesville adjourned s
ginning to raise a young brood much'.tothe I for the term on last Saturday, ,
sail rings around the Columbia, declares lived through that awful night
discomfort and dismay of the pro- owing, however, to the crowded con-
vana harbor were at the side an
the New York Journal To the ''
of their comrades prietors. Instead of laying six or seven dition of the docket, especially the
lay mind this would seem an irapos'f graves Commander eggs as at home, the female has laid criminal docket, Judge Hocker announced *
..,. Wainwright, who
eible l undertaking, yet we have no ecutive officer of the Maine to eleven and shows no sign of stopping. I that ho would again convene t

,. -;reason to doubt. what Captain Herres- sunk the Pluton and the Furor I court on February 12th, when every-
docket will be cleaned
t Loff says. He has designed all theY tiago; Lieutenant F. C. George C. Floyd, well known to thing I on the '

....eag defenders since the day of the was assistant engineer of the railroad men throughout the state and up. _
and Jeremiah Shea fireman to of the ,Florida
a formerly freight agent
Volunteer: and Thistle, and each new
.r Maine, who was blown out of East Coast Railway at Jacksonville, Wild turkey seem to bo plentifulnear J
,; .'-offender.y! has been practically able to hole of the ship through the has been appointed assistant general Gainesville. A few days ago J.
:;: 'sail rings" around its predecessor. escaping injury most freight agent of the same road, to fill J. Freeze killed four fine, large birds t

? 'As racing men say, Heneshoff has Slowly, solemnly, the full no the vacancy caused by the recent res- near his place in North Gainesville.

been a "consistent performer." At band broke the deep hush, ignation of H. S. Kealhofer. Mr. -- t

present Columbia is the fastest sloop forth the sad, sweet strains ::t\ Floyd will make an able assistant to The dredgeboat and machinery have ;.
I; dirge, "Safe in the Arms of Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwith.An 1 arrived at Waldo and the work of
in the '1 J. But the
faith
t woi abiding I and 'I
there were twitching of D. dredging out the canals between 1
II which we. ave in Herreshoff will not wet eyes as Chaplain Clark, exciting little affray occurred ata Waldo and Melroso will soon com- ;'.
allow'us to doubt fot a moment that Naval academy at Annapolis lIeulon gathering a schoolhouse a couple mence.

1 he can buiUVa _fasterIle'then he forward and took his place of miles out from Orlando one night I -- A
.
,-says' thatch wl'jl"The canvas-covered shelter in the past week. As people were assembling I| The contract for the erection of the ifI
S > I
[pace in front of the dead. I for the evening entertainment cold storage plant for Armour & Co., .
A-4.. --- I est At services were held the a young lady walked into the !i(I at Tampa, has been let. The building t

\ ... way the suicides art advertis- I!,.I were very simPle Chaplain Port- !M room with a buggy whip in her hand, j will cost 320,000, and the equipmenta f
'. fug the poisonous qualities of carbolic read the )u:1 service of the double
f :I and proceeded to lay it over the great deal more. Work will commence r

acid makes it more and more fashion- !. pal church and then gave as t shoulders of a gentleman in the house. ;| at once and will be pushed as

.. .-able to use. the drug for the purpose Father Chidwick, the I[ Friends interferred, and the conflict fast as possible. Architect Kennerly i
lain, who read a memorial : have I termination before will bo hand to
i was brought to a ; of Armour & Co. on fI
:f indicate: With the desperate; and the I al'bi- I
_ I' el\k\ I cording to the rites of the I any serious punishment had been ad I give his personal attention to this .
niuded the power of imitation church.A .
ministered. The young lady alleged !I work.
1 jtnauifests itself as directly in choosing detatchment of marines, be that the offender had been a little too 1 -

t .;. this..,particular means for self-de- maud of dipt. Kormony, then free with his tongue, and a little too All of the Tampa prisoners were (
4 strnction as in stimulating the origi- to the right of the staves :! case economical of the truth.A their Christmas gift f
;- de-- three volleys over the dead, and I given liberty as ;i
:' -nal of the act. In view of the I
purpose deep stillne that followed ), by the city fathers. They were those .. .
1
,-ease with which the artic'e can be o1)- I the clear, siltery notes of a 1891, Key West correspondent writes: who had served a part of their time.
'r L& l'in any pharmacy it becomes a I out the soldiers' and sailors' "Business still continue good at all : They were very Lappy over their re- ::
I Dela- the cigar factories throughout the city, lease. t
alter night.
-.. J of public policy to restrict its
--,-.J With the sounds of taps be .and all are working full forces. Se\-I -
sale within the legitimate limitq of eral of the factories have posted .
monies ended. The president I Another detachment of the First artillery -
; safety to life. Although an article of party and the other diltin stating that cigarmakers are wanted. from Augustine has been I"

ordinary commerce, made such by its guests, the military and the and Orders are pouring in, and it is likely '! ordered to report for duty at Egmont
there I .. that very little time will be taken for j and will within few days. t
t tr y disinfecting: properties, does not withdrew. ___ Key, move a
inventory of stock while business is' The number of the troops there is being -
-;' seem to be any reasonLy it should TAPP IVOTTLDVr TE
,
1 rushing. At the cigarmakers' request, I gradually increased and the demands ,
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not be classed with ether poisons of with the orders the I .j'
and to ,
keep j
, Lawyer Charge With np for supplies grow' constantly
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.. its kind and sold only under certain Conduct Iecllned to Go on Cost factories are working later in the larger. The quartermaster's depot in

/ guaranteed conditions of proper and An Atlanta dispatch says: evenings and earlier" in the mornings, j'II I i:i Tampa is asking for bids at the pres- ;t..

legitimate me. If it could bo unilerstood'by T .pp. one of the attorneys besides Sundays. I i I ant time for contracts to supply the k .

; those contemplating self-de- with barratry by Thomas the foods that are to bo needed by the ,4

struction that carbolic acid was fused the request of Mr. \ bills, The death of Major General Henry !' troops. }
*" *_2*"t,, very afvear as a. witness against! re W. Lawton is felt very deeply at Lake (I
I
difficult obtain unless,.the purchaserwas befoio tLe bar association c : City, he having visited the place several The professional tramps are at St.

properly identifiedwe should not Mr. Austin addressed a bills times in the capacity of inspector I Augustine in large numbers at, pres- ...

"" only have fewer deaths but fewer Tapp, in which the lawyer not general enspecting the college corpsof I ent, and are particularly active in certain :t. ,
asked to tafc-j the stand and cadets. sections of the are .:='
.gr' temptations to that end. It is the i ly tax I city. They :
: readinens with which this means can < a few question, which the com- ;, being closely watched by the authorities t
desired to propound. The The Planters' Manufacturing com- and some of them will soon find frt.
be adopted that often determines tha sent to their to if do not seek >
by a messenger, com- pany of Sanford will construct a first- way jail they
.: cud, especially as in suicide the governing Tapp delivered a verbal $4,000. class machine shop in connection with new fields very shortly. Christmas i

;ck R factor is oftentimes merely a clining the offer to be a 1899 if their already extensive! plant. The times seems to be a favorite'season for }}.

) transient impulse. the prosecution. electric lighting plant is now being them to make their presence known. ;,



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\ OUR MULE'S BIG loads load carriage about, lirpech 290 and chaseeach While In old times It was more or 1 1return
being pounds.
SHARE I Being less the custom, in the Interment of wilt. ,
lop loads they necessitate tight girth I bodies to bury them with their feet If you }
ing. Behind them come the first and .
1.IN JTRANSVAAL : to the East, a custom now substantially ,
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WAR. i I t11-E= I ? superseded by the almost common this and three .r;
coupon
c1lH ivr practice of burying the body with the

Their Importance in the feet to the path along the front of the one cent stamps to the J. C.

Makeup of a British lot, so was It once more or less the Co. Lowell Mass.
Ayer you
Mountain Battery. custom to place the coffin In the room -
m. ? WuIt in whIch the deceased was to lie before will receive in return a copy of ;'
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..--- m I 1 burial with the feet to the East. the aotn Century Year Book. t:'
r Nowadays the disposal of the body In
,t; Every time i oneof the British moan- having
small cannons on their backs. the room would be determined altogether Iu- --- 1 .
( batteries into
; tam goes action in the I
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i\f Booth African war attention is directed tery Thecomposition and the of a mountain bat. : by the shape and size of the N- -J--- --- i iThis iI I

accoutrements of a muleon loom, except that comMonly the feet '
to a humble warrior from the a march is not ordinary almanac, .
of interest. an
may prove would be toward the
placed door.
States the
1 United mule, that is
doing
There
are six guns in a mountain Though the common is to place but handsome book copiously
:"i'fax more important work than he gets called way a ,
battery: screw guns. They firea isfU. the trdy In the center of the ,
room an-
., 'credit for, and without whict- the projectile weighing about illustrated, and sold for 5 centson
,%English would find it exceedingly difficult eight ; other way, In comparatively modern
pounds and of
various
: to make the contemplated viz., ring shell descriptions, pnuT.'c; *, is to place the coffin or casket all news-stands. (We simply !;
shrapnel, star and '
across one corner of the room. allow
,"changes' the the two cents
map. -- -
CAse shot. The charge is one pound "'" you you ,
T" The Marquis of Lansdowne, ftlcre- and ten ounces of powder. AMERICA MULES FOB THE TRilBY ilL. This gives opportunity for a convenient spend in for sending.)

,Ury of State for War, says that the Batteries are composed of British (Loading males at New Orleans on the Atlantic and effective disposition of flow- postage
: Government has bought 15,000 mules, and transport Prah for shipment to ers and floral pieces, and it perhaps affords Great men have written for I'"
gunners are commanded by Major
a
:, to'carry troops aud supplies from the of the Royal Artillery. They are Cape Colony and the Transvnal.) a better view of the face. the Year Book. In it is summed ..... '
'/ ;'coast to the scene of war. Of these At to the manner of moving a bodyto
divided into three
'8000 or SOOO were bought in the right, centre and left, sections each commandedby called second sixteen ammunition rounds each mules and carrying its burial, that always done with up the progress of the igth cen

, ( United States and several thousand of 'subaltern, and containing two- load of about 370 pounds., These an average loads the feet foremost. It is carried out of tury. In each important line of : fi '<
them in active the house in that put into the
are already service.e divisions way
: commanded by a sergeant. are given in round numbers, and include work and thought the
'!' rest are already on the way from A sub-division is a gun with all its at- strap. hearse feet foremost, and so is borneto greatest

.'.Jew Orleans and Chaileston. The tendant men, mules and equipment.A The every mules to carry these loads are the grave.A living specialist has recountedthe

, c'remainder came from Italy and from medical officer of the Imperial necessarily fine animals, and cost Question in Orthography. events and advances of the
;; Spain, and thus we see the Spanish Medical Service is
attached to each about $150 each. of various
They are
Du Pont Syle writes dramatic critl- and has
and American mule side past century prophesied
laboring
.J
by battery.The breeds, country bred chiefly, but Isms for the Examiner and operatesat
, !!'aide against a common foe. gunner establishment consistsof Italian Persian and what we of the next.
;" Afghan Cape Berkeley as a professor. In the for- may expect
:i On general grinciples we may sup one sergeant major, one* quartermaster mules are found in nearly bat .
noted
*pose that it the every mer capacity he is imposing; In the Among the most of
was Spanish variety I sergeant, six gun sergeants, tery. They should be about thirteen latter sometimes disconcerting. lIe Is

; mule which was directly responsi six: corporals and eighty-eight gun- hands high, or a little over, and their accused by members or his class of our contributors are :

lirot. for the great calamity at Nichol- ners, with [two trumpeters. In the girth must always be good; this is far being cynical to the verge of InsultIng -
'
Nek, causing the capture of 1500 : driver establishment there are three more important than height for a bat. An Alemeda member tells a Agriculture Secretary of Senator Agriculture Chaancey Wilson,M.on. .
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: r--='_ --- -------.'- story of how he was come up with, Depew, on Politics; Russell Sage, on d. ,

(1LiTFIE MUL& ATTERr- CAPTURED[ BY THE A"1 I however. In calling up a student ha Finance; Thomas Edison, on Electricity 'l

_ BOER 1'1 took occasion to qulzz her as to her ; Dr. Madison Peters, on Re- --J .,..
I I- 7 name. "Does G-r-e-e-n-e spell Greene or ligion; General Merritt,on Land Warfare 1 .".

greeny?"' he inquired, pausing to look ; Admiral Hichbom, on Naval i .1

about to catch the effect of his wit. Warfare; "Al" Smithon Sports, etc.; ".
Of : ii ;. .
making a complete review of the whole
I Quick as a flash the young lady concerned -
field of human endeavor and progress.
( responded, "Does S-y-l-c spell f 1-J
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Syle or silly? and she had not time to -_ "
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'j I i 4 I pause for the effect. The professor -
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P clouded for a moment, but finally
Each article
: : burst out laughing, and now Miss is&autifullyand .

4)'j 4 : Greene Is the heroine of the co-eds, appropriately illustrated, and the

: and the professor's class has It a little whole makes an invaluable book
I I easier.-Alameda Argus.1lormonIIlUl. .
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of reference
: I H unequaled anywhere _
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This is a question that should Interest every for the money.
one. It Is a blot upon our fair land-a symptom -
of governmental 111-hralth. The right Address J. C.AVER Co., Lowell,Mass.
j 2I laws would act ns ppeedlly upon It as IIoHet-
I : ter's 'tomath Bitters does upon constipation
: or dyspepsia. They would quickly clear it ----- u-lu-ri- _
I .1 : out and restore healthy purity; and this Is
I Just what the Bitters does for the human con '
: \ '- stitution. It rrnkes tho Momach strong by -ARTEP.SlMtScientifically .
t i curing Indigestion, biliousness and liver .
trouble. made

% -J ij Recognized It. Therefore THE BEST

-- .-, Bill-"That's mr rich uncle. Isn't he a
toeoooeaote
I ': .. m."n-lookinlr man?
_; .-1. :.. "- -=: Jill-"Yes: now you come to of it,
;: _- FOR 14 CENTS
_...... _or. -:: __ '._ -H-B' there is a family reemblance.Yonkers :g .

-..-, ----=..-... .::=-- -'.-. -- :::::;:::;------'--':;::;:::;7 .. ::: ;;;Z _'..'l._"Y _-_ Statesman. .We now with oiutomer to gain*,in4 this benciolter ear 200.GU) ) O O
:" !Pk". thy Garden But, Ko ,
1> Beauty Is Blood Deep. I UFk(,rUrl'nt EmeraldCaenmberlSc I
"British troops and the death of several driver sergeants six' driver corporals' tery mule. The big mules are often I Cle .n blood means n clean skin. No ', k 1 I .". La Htrnr Or08l'berry.Markd Ateloa Lettuce.l&o IBo

gallant officers. The hundred and thirty-eight drivers not so useful, and always cause more lieauty without It. Cnscarets,Candy Cathartic 1 1J Day Rsi' 100 .
thing
i. never one
; "
clean your blood and keep;: it clean. by 1 ,. 1'irly Rip. C balr\ 10e< > I
.t would hav ,**'ipponed if the mules had (with twelve extra men enlisted for work for tae gunners to load, espec- stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities 1 I H Brilliant tor'Dim.r! Klow.r Onion Seed. ISo 100

r pot star: 'y }. and run away with the service), one farrier and one shoeing ially on a hillside.. from the body. Begin to-day to wept 91.0QTar 14*e U. tl.11C !

7t. ammnnit (,A In a private letter an smith. There are five ponies for of- The mule has many advantages lanish, pimples, boils blotches, blackheads, I Above 10 rkMTWorth $Lw.will 'I
:\ infantry officer wrote from ficers and and hundred the horse in the and that sickly bilious complexion by taking mail you free, toartbr with our ',
over
Ladysmith trumpeters one present campaign Cuscaret-s.-beauty for ten cents. All druggists great(Jatalog.tetli.g ci I about
some days previous to this disaster and thirty-eight gun mules-that is, in South Africa especially, because satisfaction guaranteed, lOc, 25c, 60o- 8AUE8 receipt MULISH of ton DW.IAJ.tire POTATS&t4c. I Inpou itt

[7'that a lot of unbroken mules had just twenty-three for each subdivisionfive I he has the reputation of being Returned. ... .I kno..whon&mpi. \Vo yoo in eneelrr it.lonrtr!4alzer't.seeds de,and. J S

been received, and he predicted that to carry the gun and five to relieve i, able to hang on to a precipitous path- you will aqi.r de withocttOOPrze.on5al.i.IiOOrar. ; /\

%they would etampede the first time them; one pioneer in right sub- way by his ears where a horse could "A Which stolen is kiss your or favorite a borrowed fimack kins?", esteirlieat. Tom&to Glftnt on earth. C- (| "

j>: hey got into tction. divisions and one artificer's mule ,in "A borrowed kiss" replird the miss I JOH1 1. SALZtR IRED CO.,LI CEOMI.WIS.r i| "_-.... ..,

:,: Up to date the British War Office the left section; six ammunition mules -For it can be pa.14..b\ek.. ,: "Chicago K,.ws. __CMN0M8____ ...i." -

ji&s bought and paid fur mules worth with one relief; one wheel and axle e MILLS 1'1
about The latest mule mule aud the remaining four r VITALITY low, debilitated oreshausted cured .:
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;. $1,500,000. spare, by Dr. Kline's InTlfforattng Tonic v':Kfi $1 :
.j: quotation! is $100 a beast. The marl or barebacks, as they are called. Theyare trial. bottle for weeks' treatment Dr. Kline. CA'NE Evaporafofs: rKETTLE5. \ .
jf kDis; firm and no difficulty whatever generally young mules and are to Ld ,901 Arch Sl'Pblladelpha.o'ouIuJe1ltr.l.;, ,

114! l has been found by the Government in replace the sick or killed, and they InaminenearPi.tf, Mon. live! hundreds ... 'r : ';;
\' all the mule have harness of their The of cats that ba\< never seen the light!dar. .
: getting help they want. no own. -. ENGINES BOILERS AND SAW MiLO
r' In buying the American mules the first line consists of the pioneers, first To Cure Constipation Koreter. ,
AND REPAIRS FOR SAME. \ 0.Drl.tIe .
,, : and ammuni- Take Casearp C nndv Cathartic. lOc or :25c. \
British officers have been careful, as gun line and first second ,
If C. C. C.faU to1re.. 'irucglsts; refund money.A Twine, Rabbit, Saw Teeth and'File :
i far as possible, to get those that have tion mules; the remainder are the relief *, Shafting, Pulleys,Belting Injector,' leFlp -_ 4

: been trained. This word "trained" line. "Blow to Superstition. f, -..

\\41. suggests a possible mule curriculum, Besides these, there are seventytwo ".Tlmm" bbit got drowi'ed In our bath.Di4nL LOIARD iioriroRKS"\\ & SUPPLY co. .

;:' but it means merely those who have baggage mules always with the tub" TlGoodnVii! he r-i.o his left hind \

J1 been in harness and done a bit of battery (made up to one hundred and leg with htm?"-Icdiiuapolif Journal. AUGUSTA. GA. _
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: knocking about already. thirty-eight for service), with an establishment -

:.* These new mules are to be used of three minor oScers 1 1t1 }lQJJn,' ALER.

only for transportation purposes- and twenty-six muleteers, and, in ad- (DIB IIS 1-.'., I

that is, for hauling the long "Cape : dition to all, the usual followers of A --tPooJ In them by chapter 46 7c r .,... ,
all Throat and Affections. ...
Cures I.uug -p09-Ia.. the School/ :
;s: wagons" ten or twelve mules to each corps, with carpenters, smiths and UflpTOBACCO with
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amc.vnt of urging. Except in mountain "COTTONCulture" I

IR climbing, he carries ordinarily It's no Joke, *- .

about about 160 pounds, although, if er
GET 1 RE VALUE IN TUB
well fed, he sometimes can take 300 YOU 6QQ'!

pounds. He not only is much freer 't.c ? is the name :The: Best Chew on the Markt1o-dar- t'- .

from disease than the horse, bul his
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H 61' f/L ;' Jfi-/ skin is so much thicker that the pes- F5 of i valu- BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR -_ '
:: (C.AYll1G TGU'LWILS) iTrlt GUrt CAJ IAGSBRttCH I tiferous tropical bag cannot make life the grudeit and tutest-galllat book ever pubLabod *V* 1

.:, fj: HO much of a burden for him. Be- ww able illustrated Pulpit B hJfF.S'on

:r/ Fides, be isn't half so fussy as a horse ;

about what he eats or drinks. His imjjc TRUTHS FOB ni: .. ):' ...-.1 "
pamphlet Coo'airin? Mr. MouJ9ibest !5ftmoav '.'
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usual rations in South Africa are ten '."'-I.' '?:-&ore ,Incidfect.I'monalF jifritnc* ill ...1 j_

.Ii pounds of grain or twenty pounds of which shoulc By D. L. J. OO "; ;" -...:; .

oat hay, with half an ounce of rock- .._1( Withacnnplrtehittoryof hl.UAkyH T.a." F. "-..}
; salt; that however, is when timesare N !;o;"s.' PMtor or Mr iloo r i Chieffo CT\orch for fl.e Tura, \ ..
b-inthehaiid lid aD Introductkia. bf Kr*. l.t B 4N "H8' TT.J.U. .,.'1 .
good, and if he has to work alongon Brtni4 po.. OOlip.bfmttifnllllllllMroifrl J'I-004*morsAt.i.'i'ln V .
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short rations he is AS cheerful and 6rnihs',4' tim. for Ay Bta. to.4 for IrrBu to'- ._
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contented about it as possible. Put of every planter ,- "_t---".'. ,
blinkers on him, and have a white / i :; 5OOOOOO HARDY -a "

f.'= mare to lead the procession, and hetrill raises Cotton. The OPJt -AUl GROWN .tA

!{ tHr or frit, wM TrfALf opTt4'Gul4 iJrit: CHASS" go anywhere. I CABBAGE PLANTS! >>.
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Paris Preparing For the IDtl X. W..KEt'J )) Ex KABLY JERSEYWAKEFORSALE "
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/- .'errypacks, the former function of The pioneer mule generally leads The omnibus company of Paris, on FIELD Y'DANlSUBMJflr.At"AtQUbTA TRUCKER Pltni' crown in the J tEAR
I difficult the occasion of the Exposition, will, name ana uGERMAN'.Gse;* to ntlwm wt\btt.snd extrwn cola : : '.,
:the mule in war. None of the new the battery over ground, accompanied open sir rrlFuOrerl 00. -' -
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fecruits will be pressed into service by any spare gunners have ninety-two lines and 1500 vehicles K.,1.l V.ORKS. weather 5.tJOto1OUOO$1.25petltU.tJro1IUDjur l&.iac1'O .

t.*. members of mounted batteries there may be, who clear any obstacles performing 25,000 journeys a 93Naiuc'.New \volt. pe r 1000. *.nd&1'of drto'.V rn (;.O F.Ii VTY. .. ,
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i--cither would impede the of day, and capable of transporting 1-, ( or-rrlr: of GEUA1Y TOVNL.ES, ,'"\"--Z., .....' '.!..
for there are two mule companies which progress fEW DI8COVERY;<<1,- YOUNG'S ISLANU.H.UPISO'S: ,. '
that have been accustomed for I the battery. His load is about 320 082,000 passengers. D R 0 P"'S- Y guck ....Ilef and cam worrr I '
_ e...,. Book'i'etiiiuoniiaud 10 da,*'tAlatm..n.Fr.e. : l r;
Jears to act as flesh-and-blood gun I pounds. The wheel follows him, -- Dr. H. J!. GREEts$O.$. B.Z B.AUaa &.OMention & ." ..l Jal
I the elevating between Overworked There. CURES WHEtfAUTLSE f/ULS./ ,.,
"Carriages at the Cape. These fast ani-t carrying also gear CM 'of'vtig1
.t *1n&1. served their apprenticeship at !' the wheels on top of the saddle. The only] place where a tramp was! this Paper In tDriU Aiu.l1OO.one.It ?!'f?! alm-tiMrs.. In time gold TaitesGood.

the Government barracks at Newport The load is a">out 280 pounds. Then ever known to be overworked is in

: have axle with a case shot box and the lunny papers.-St. Louis Republic. afflicted 111\11 Water bydr9glat&4.
-a-..'and become used to the smell of j I' the I ore .yetl,lI1 I Tbompun'jEj : .
; powder, and are entirely blase about I email store box; the load is about 313 .
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Belated News Proves That Storm TO LIBERIA nourish erfher And can sustain poor the, &eak, thin blood

American Troops In Philippines Have Fre Was Terrible In Effects For strength of nerves and physical muscles system there

must be pure, rich, vigorous blood.
quent Skirmishes With Small Bands.. . Hood's SarspanBa. is established
the
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FORTY-SIX LIVES IN ALL WERE LOST Is Now Explained By An Associ standard preparation for the blood by its


SANTA ANA WAS BOLD. ated Press Representative. many remarkable cures.

MOODY LAID TO REST. Vessels Wrecked On Host; Dangerous od3 Samoa

Point On the Atlantic Coast-Stonn

He lade Advance On Subig But Funeral Services Over Dead Evan. Occurred a Week Ago FRANCE MUST SHOW BOUNDARYUnited 1

Was Driven Back After gelist atNorthfield Solemnly Tragedies of the Crand Canon.
A dispatch from Norfolk, Va., says:
Hard Fight. Impressive.The Tragic stories are told of men who
The loss of about ten other men can
the States and Great Britain have lost their lives in the search for
funeral services over bodyof be added to the already long list sacrificed .
precious metals which may lie hiddenor
L. held at the May Formulate Joint Request
The war department is in receipt of Dwight Moody were in Saturday night's big hurricane uncovered here, gays Harriet Monroe -
I Congregational church at Fast North- Regarding the Matter. in the ..Atlantic. The
official dispatches from Manila which in which twenty-one met deathat great primeval -
field Mass., before a large audience. flood cut its broad V through all
state that General Santa Ana, with a Hatteras and fifteen on an unknown
the strata of rock, with all their veins
been
Men who for have
force of insurgents estimated at 300 many years bark in midoceao, for they undoubtedly -
A London cable dispatch says: It of metallic ore, down to the earliest
attacked the garrison at Subig Sun- connected with Moody's work took went down in the wreck that was has been learned shapeless ntass, leaving in its wake
Rev. C. T. Schofield D. D., of- by a representative
part. !
discovered Friday off Hatteras the the terraced temples and towers which
day. A body of marines were sent ficiated, assisted by Rev. A. Torrey, of of the Associated Press that the United !
most the Atlantic have been
dangerous point on seem to planned by some
from Olongapo to reinforce the garrison -
the Moody Bible institute, Chicago. States cruiser visit to
coast. Montgomery's : architect of divinest genius to guard
and the driven
Filipinos were
There services at the late resi-
back several killed. There were The first news was brought by the : Liberia is apparently the result of their inaccessible treasures till the
being
,
dence of Mr. Moody early in the day, British steamship Ashlande, Captain I. end of time. And the river, rising far
were no casualties on the Americanside. relatives and close friends beng I overtures made to Washington by i iI '
only Lewis, which arrived several days 'I to the north among mountains rich In
.
Mr. Schofield read the scriptures that republic. Though the British I
present.
overdue mineral has been
from Galveston to Marseillesvia I washing for ages
A company of the Forty-sixth volun- and Mr. offered government is in
complete ignorance
Torrey prayer.
the sands and
Norfolk for coal. Captain Lewis away depositing thus
teer infantry, together with a contingent !! of the of
withdrawnthe the
When the family had purpose Montgomery'scommission
stated that on Thursday, when twentyfive gold and silver and lead in the stiC
of marines has been sent from
borne to the chnrch the establishment of
body was by a crevices of the inaccessible chasm.
north, one-quarter east of Diamond -
{: Manila to reinforce the Subig garrison the North- coaling station Liberia
students from the
about forty ain by
Shoals lightship, off Cape Hat- Hero the earth laugh* at her human
still further. field institute. Dr. Schofield and Mr. United States is regarded as scarcely master and blda himVnd her
teras ,
he the
passed wreck of a large wealtlj-
Under date General Otis
Monday's Torrey led the procession. The hon- three-masted schooner! and the only probable, a?, it is asserted, no Liberian if he dare, and bear it away if he can.

reports some details of engagements orary "pall-bearers were: Ira D. San- thing visible above the water was the :j: port has any facilities for coaling, A young Californian who accepted the

with the insurgents following the : key and George C. Stebbins, of Brook- topmast. all of them being open and euribound. challenge, and get forth upon the tur.

death of General Lawton. His dis- lyn; R. C. Morse and D. W. :McWil- There were no signs of life about I;I I The Associated Press representative gid watir to sift its sands for gold,

follows liains, of New York; Rev. W. J.'Herd- the vessel or wreckage floating and :i!learns, however, that a far more im- never emerged with his hapless men

patch : man and Rev. George C. Needham, of the sea was too rough to permit his ;: portant step is under consideration. It to tell the story of his: search. Only-

>,/ "Following recent minor engagements Philadelphia. The body remained oil ship to go near the wreck. The size consists i in a joint request of the United near the brink of the deft are a few

capture of San Matco on De- view in the church until 2 o'clock.At of the mast indicated a large sail vessel ( States and Great Britain upon Franceto miners burrowing for copper, and

l cember 19, General Lawton killed; the public funeral service the whose crew could not be less than define the boundary between the sending their ore up to the rim on the -
Captain Kinnan, Twenty-ninth infantry the choir of territory she claims and that claimed
music was rendered by ten men. The fchooner undoubtedly backs of hardy burros as who should

; Lieutenant Breckinridge, Seventh 150 students. The eulogy was deliv- sank in Saturday night's storm with !: by Liberia. This step is not yet de- prick the mountain with a pin, or

infantry, slightly wounded; four en-I ered by the Rev. C. J. Schofield. all on board. The Ashlauds had a :!: cided__ _!L upon, but r.Great" Britain. onlyawaus measure the ocean with a cup.
listed men slightly wounded; followed Dr. the United states' become --
The Rev. Mr. Torrey rough aid the Kairos which assent to -
trip, as ,
same date Mont Alban, Lieutenant to such H0pe fern Beautiful Bird.
.
I Schofield. His eulogy was based on left Galveston four days ahead and party request.
I Coohett, Eleventh cavalry, and six: Mr. Moody's life exemplifying the which vessel' also arrived Friday. It is alleged that France, for many There Is hope for the sea gull, after

: listed men wounded, mostly en-1 grace of God. yearBaha8been encroaching on Liberia, all; not from an increase of humane ..

: Uuemy's:: casualties heayy. Following:: Torreyremarks were CENSUS SUPERVISORS and it was only by a strenuous protestof sentiment, but because the price of

"In northern Zambales, 21st made by Rev. H. G. Weston, of Cro- I the United States that she was pre- gull.' wings and breasts has so declined ;r

I Bell struck 150 insurgents killed, zier theological seminary, Chester, Of Southern Districts to Confer With As- j vented from appropriating a large that they hardly pay for pow-

1. wounded and captured 28 and 20 I Pa. ; the Rev. A. T. Piersonof Brook- Blutnnt Director Wines. slice of Liberia in 1892. der and shot-the time spent by the ;

lilies; Lieutenant Read, Sixth infantry lyn, N. Y. ; Bishop Mnllalion, of Bos- On the 6th of January the census I, According to the Hon. Arthur Pon- Indians In hunting them! not being >

wounded in right thigh,I mod- I ton, and Rev. J. W. Chapman, of New supervisors of the Georgia, East Tennessee son by, managing director of tho Libe- worth anything, anyhow. The practice got

erate. I York. and FJorida districts will meetat ria Rubber syndicate, which recently such ruthless shooting as has been

"Hughes, Iloilo, reports insurgent 1 The body was then carried to the Atlanta, where they will confer guaranteed the interest of Liberia's carried on during the last few months,

band attacked Brownell's company, burial place at Round Top. The chorus with Assistant Director of the Census public debt, the Montgomery's visit if continued, would soon have completely -

Twenty-sixth infantry, near Jaro, ret : sang "J esup. Lover of My Soul," Wines concerning the character and : was probably prompted by a desire to exterminated the birds from ,

pulsed with heavy loss 'in'men, and and after prayer and a benediction the different details of their work. Gen- ascertain the extent of French activity.Mr. .this coast, imply to satisfy a fad.-, .

Twenty-sixth captured rifles. Insurgents body was lowered.to its last resting eral Merriam,
t in Roml/lou surrendering mms.II place. has planned the Southern trip for 1 the Associated Press: _-_ __' **.:','.

"Twenty-third instant Capt. Dams, Ristant "Director Wines as part AS-I' "Bishop Hartzell, while in Monro- Sweat and fruit acldi THIRD AUUUMA BLAZE. goods died with FCTNAU FADBIJUS DIM. .:
Thirty fourth infantry, struck insurgent via this year, strongly urged the -
plan to bring all of the supervisors in government Sold by all dragtlata. -f
,w : ; band near Aritap, province of Perkins Manufactory and Georgia IronWorks close touch with the department. .After to interest the United Statesin _;__._

Neuva Yiscaya, killing and wounding Completely Destroyed. the trip couth, similar trips will be preserving the boundaries, with the Hough On Alfred. _

k fifteen ana capturing seven rifles. Tuesday evening the saw mill of taken into other sections. j result that Liberia appointed a mission "Good-bye.me up.Alfred If 1 netlo dnrlinp.,iely nn.l Ton depressed havecheered

"Lieutenant Meade, twenty-first instant the Perkins Manufacturing company The southern tour included the fol- I to Washington. I believe it has again I'll ju loot at your dear photonthat's'ire I

attacked insurgent outposts and the Georgia Iron works, owned by lowing stops: January 4th, Charlotte, : already made representations and pre- lauib.-Puclt.to malt. m. laugh and laugh and .-
naar Calamba 2ith iusU, killing five N. C. 5th sume the commander of the Montgomery -
the Perkins Mrnufacturing company, ; January Atlanta January
and capturing five rifles. at Augusta, were completely destroyed I 6th, Montgomery; January 8th, New | investigated both this and the pos f sn'1 Ttbicco Spit sri smoke Yeur Lite Away.

"In mountains of southern portion I by fire, the origin of which is un- I Orleans; January 10th, Houston,Tex.; sibility of a coaling station. The latter To quit tobacco rnclly n>- "" of Batuau province, un 24th inst., known. January 11th, 11eml his, and January12th Liberia would gladly lease to the full of 1111".nerTu an: rlijo'. tk N'o-To- f;
Lac, the wondflr.worli.tol". tliti: makes weakmea I
Captain Comfort, Thirty-second infantry United States, but beyond hoisting 4"
The loss about Cincinnati. i iAt '
total was $175,000, itrong. All drucglsts (| *I. Cure: cuaraalerd. -
struck insurgent baud, wounding divided as follows: Lumber plant, Charlotte the supervisors of her flag upon it, it would be of little Pooklet and saute \" free Address t

....'1. four and having one man wounded. i inciudiijp machinery anu finished lum- North and South Carolina are to meet. service. sterling Remedy Co.,(.'hh ago or New York.
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r -J\ "Major Bpence, same regiment, ber fitoied in the ;yards, 81' 5OOO; At Atlanta, on Friday, the 5th, the "The feeling among British subjects A iyniciiififsts as an appropriate i motto
same locality, captured insurgent cor- commercially interested in Libe- fur unmarried ". "Hive on.hopetver." .
1 Georgia I: o: Wcrki, mill and ma- Georgia and Florida and east Tennes- .men.
with 125 ..t ie aud I ria is that the
ponies. Captain republic's had
'r chinery, 830,000. 'Thiib does not include see supervisors will confer with the I'I { progress I
'. N 'son, sumo date, attacked in moun- II I better be under the protection of Deafness Cannnt'IIf Cured
the assistant director. .
of valuable
loss i
patterns .
,
many hy local applications aa the "nnor.h: the
.
'.. ': .tags..r near' Snlig! ono man missing.OTIS.. which cannot badnplicated. the ''I On Saturday Montgomery he will either Great Britain or the United liieitfted rortlou of the ear There U c:.>r <>n* tj f |
s y ." I StntM. But both the British way toturn l1"aln".4. and taut la t,7 conHtitu-
insurance is placed of $5,800, and is meet the supervisors of Alabama. On government tonal remed'e DeaBteea ic caused bY'an in- f
yam'"JJr.: THAT FEM4X KA1U. divided in !any comi-i-ies. ;I Monday, at New Orleans, the super-j and those having interests! there flamrcl nUlllon of th. mi.foua lining of the
believe that so long as Liberia can Kusta('hlan Tube Chen fblt tub" gets In-
visors will receive instructions. On i
this fijv thrown out ;
By ;J [foil a u.e I "o.rn.lyoli bars a rumblli sound or irnperI -
,
7 proposed SIoTauient Worry \Yahi:;:ton Officials. condition, everything possible should Di-afnes Is the result and unless the inllim.raatlon .
the Texas will him.
fire Decem meet
; -luring supervisors I .
*u AUgr ; can b" taken out and tUU tubA rest r..l
J"Dn..en't attempts in ilitfercLLt I ber.- On the llth the supervisors of be done to support her. to It- normal condUl-in. hearing will hat le-
parts country to organize Fenians _u_. :: sas and Tennessee and Arkau-I Liberia has decorated Mr. Pouson- etroyed forerer. Mn cases out of ten are
l JOUBERT RETU11XS TU FROST.Koer caused by (""h rrb. wbl>h l"i nvthlnp! but an in-
for raid into Canada by with the Order of African
a have not as sippi will assemble at Memphis.The Redemption famed condition of the mucous"ur1,, ''' .
:; yet been drawn to the attention cf theI ---- trip will end at in recognition of his services \\ewlll .he One Iluiid/ni Dollar for any
Leader; Itecers: From'lWcent At- Cincinnatfron case of Ieafnn (caused b" catarrh) that can
stat department, and nothing is tack of Illness. January 12th, when he Lnedy the against encroachments. net bn i ureil >>y Hall's Catarrh Cure. bend fur
ri known upon the subject beyond; the of > In- NAVAL OFFICIALS "MCM." circulars, free.
Advices from Pirtoria, Transvaal, supervisors Kenlutf 1itJjrJb.eanJ F. J. CHINBT A Co.,Toledo.O. 1
matters set-out in the newspaper publications. lJiJl.8 -* -- The Sold hy Druggist*.7V.
state that General Joubert has recovTOnU A Washington special says: Although 1
The officials do not give tho ?'ered anaiIiiH-e.tYr 'lithe i plan folto\\?,/flti1fest'* ; 4 llJentire the naval ofiicials will make no Hall's Family-.-.Mils- are the best.
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smallest c>r? ace. to the ('. es and Joubert suffered a severe illness for i census: ellleett0 go rd Of therLatiou statement respf ctiug tho cruise of the A family divided by strife may be raid to {

". _) are of the c>iu n that the purpose I seveial weeks and was compelled to concerning be j"'ilJ:ot'i'l" ; Montgomery to West Africa, it is cd- be In rtduced'clreuwltau."t'I.--- -
different
lett! : sAaiS"ftfloat is to frighten the leave his troops at the siege of Lady- mcrators tje o tZ mitted that the ship **" there in the Hw Ar T*.t -'....eYI'Dr. I

anadiaus into keeping,their soldiers I smith the command to schednle. L@pfeid1t fioy rcrs appointthe early fall, to station at s'Ipars, .Pl'l,cnt e all kidney Ills.Sam.Mfrs .
I turning over returning uer A44 UutrUoc &....dCo,.Chicago or N.Y.
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oine and failing to answer the ap-I I General ScblWkber er.I enutofy super! ", the assistant Buenos Ayres about the first of last -- -
'sof for volunteers I director $ their du- : Nu matter how often a clock mav go on a .1I
i England Now that General Joubert has returned Pig t ea4roughly November. These dates in themselvesmay strike it* hands refute to Itopwork.
.. l Africa. ties, < &>e.on and method of be sufficient .1I
I to the front it is expected that c f9f; regarded as to dispel --- -

llprd Pauncefote, the British am- there will be renewed activity among making any impression that the cruise was in teethtnguttens Mrs. \Vin.low's the Eoothtuc Runm.Syrnp reiiuct for InflammaUon. children-

I (1:ador, is too.well experienced in the Boer armies in Natal. General any manner connected with the 'ur allay pain cures win oultc. 2 i ;c.a bottle. I

l Jlerican methods to make this matter I Scbalkberger acquitted himself prrandly FRIENDLY KAT1VKS: TERRORIZED between the British and the Boers.
Pho' Cure It the medicine to break up
r l, 1_ >. :. -Vbasis of official representations at I!1.! at the battle of Tngela river 1h As to the real objects of the cruise, chiHren'e Coughs and .-ld"-Mrs. M. O.BLU.NT. .
> y.:: i js stage and indeed it is said at the his forces defeated Genera Ih.ai> Insurgents 1'unlnh Those Who Showed it is believed that the navy department ,Sprague, Wash, March 8, IXiH.X 6
t tlltte department that ho has not ev '" : Favor to American Troop had
i army. its eye upon a possible coaling : .pnnjf medicine yetdl.roveredcancure!
.und it necessary to _--"trele ,! Them were special services Srni Advices from Manila state that the station on the went coast, as is Indicated the lazy man of that chrotic tired cv\ing.
;r ;- ,... against the alleged violation of nen- insurgents who evacuated the coast in r,
: in the different Ifca6-.s us thanksgiving the foregoing dispatch. Before Educate lour 'owel..Ith Ca c&ret
f "trality involved the recruiting of j\ for the victories of Tag.la river towns between Dagupan and Yigan, and during the civil war the Tandy Cathartic cure constipation forever
p.* the mountains before the ]l(".hc. If C.C.C.fall.druggists\ refund money.
within the fleeing to
Boer
the
T soldiers for army | Storrnberg: and Modder .i.ei:. United States had no less than three --------,. C
v J'- ,limits of the United States. It is sug- advancing Americans, are returningin coaling stations on that coast. They There In A horrible rumor afoot that Oo
: _a g rte<5 that the explanation, for this attitude ; TolJ-O Trust ttividend. small bands to the towns the Americana were practically abandoned when the Paul wblikttr will popljl&r\hb winter. lai

r. ; in a preference on the part of The dLetr*q of the American To- do not occupy, terrorizing the West African station was dropped mi

;n"' ,:. the "** "*"..*' tD deal with such person"" i bacco trnet have decl".r.d the regular natives and Chinamen who showed from the list, but the chief of the daT

r.-if// \' o1lt. as may enlist hero for the lioer army uividenu of 2 per cant en iU preferred friendship for the Americans. The equipment bureau, Admiral Bradford DYSPEPSIA"er ]

:. 1%.. after they leave the bcnudaries of the I aud 2} )-. its -ownoa: stock, payable natives and Chinese are seeking the baa strongly urged that they be re- an

.. \j. ,: United StaUa. 1F4irnary I 1st; protection of the American garrisons. established.THE. to
., -- -- ** ells 7c r* I wa a victim ol dye

? rPRES.nE1T SAVES: SOL1 I r )RTWrriC LiF9ERYE: FUND. BY TilE DYV11IITE:: ROUTE. ROBERTS CASE. o'p milk i in toast tw worst nod: at(onn.Lime-Hr.1 could,stomach est nothing could

not retain md dtaCKlcvou.that Last March 1
flerboMYJlb'. Death S nji-i.''o OnTo .led I O! T tal of 817.00C uo New Tork Banks Blasters Attempted to Thaw Ont Their Chairman Tnyler Say It Will Not Reach began taking CASCARE7/A and since then I
'...+ bave steadily improved until I am as will as I
Twenty Years' Imprl4i m Get .900.000. bePO
xI Material O.i a lied Hot Stove. the house Until Jannirr: 15. ever was in my life.**

Vvill'-ra Scarborough of 0 voah, wa stated at the treasury depart- At Pittsburg, Pa., Saturday, two Representative TayJer, of Ohio, the DAVID II. Mum-HY. Newark. O.

Wis., a private in Company ird i -- Tuos'lay b- t the ,o tat amount of Italians, Peter Yoleute and Ambrosio chairman of the special committee

+ United States infan\ri./who 'W'l.1 triedby 1 Js which, Late beer Jeposited and Douatello, we e fatally injured and which is to investigate the case of CANDYCATHARTIC

A" :, a military court'.i11\h'6!: JPhi' opines i -cepte -); Hit .acretary as fecurityjr several others slightly injured in a Brigham II. Roberts, says that the ,dyel

1'' 'r'A F on a pe'iolargirand: :AeaWnce, to .) intet i-' 'ue receipts tube deposited dynamite explosion. There were blast- case will not come up for action in

; death. : :;, ; 'Ill saved;from'elf....utidub -: dvional bank; ieposito- ing in a cut and sought to thaw out the house before the middle of Jann- M

b) .cKipIey. The president ri.sis i! V,. 00, of which $11,000000 ,- some frozen dynamite by placing it ona ttf.

.f -; r ha r", .. !,il sentence to dishon- has oeeu d; ;osited by New York hot stove, with the usual result. ary.As the committee's report will be TRAo[ MAK RrGrariMO

or abik. ,r.and. twenty ;years' im- b .nke. -, exhaustive, the greatest care will be IPleasant.

,, pri.ar' -. General Lairton's Funeral. Capital Stock Increased. exercised in ita preparation, and

; A certificate has been filed with the although it is the intention of the Palatable. Pot-nt. Taste Good. Do
.: ; JT-"!! .:Company Assigns, The war department was informed of state at Springfield, 111., II committee to Good. Never Sicken.Weattr.i. Gripe.lOc. ae.bae.
Tuesday that the funeral 'of Major secretary proceed as rapidly as ... CURE- CONSTIPATION. ...
'' T;.. >- -'i-Arms company of Boston General Lawton would take place in by the Pullman Palace Car companyfor possible, Mr. Taylor does not think ....... a..ar C 5 7.Ckipt..X..trnl.I..Ysvi. 71t
...J[ assigned Tuesday toO an increase of capital stock from the case will reach the house before "1
Manila Saturday, December 30th. I "I'fII &14 atM ,. all drtliI -
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.It Kelley who I
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Lake Butler Dec. 26
(I- 1899. iAk1
in Starke Newsy Gossip From that Thriving d .
, Wm. Andrews is { since his discharge Editor TELEGRAPH disastrous I
elatives in Jacksonville.Col. the army something over a Town. i, fire occurred in
our progressive
By Our I
Ke.jular
Oirrmpoii'lent
1' ago because of disabilities ,
" i town yesterday by which of
J. T. Wills made a profesional in line of duty, has at I Nineteen Hundred dawned in I our most enterprising, citizens some have I

. visit to Jacksonville Monay. succeeded in perfecting his !i resplendent beauty. ,
sustained a serious loss of
! papers, and now Uncle 1 I The holiday season passed very and from the best information property c-- .
is giving him the aid that quietly in Lake Uutler. Ther'was
the
{Mr. and Mrs. G. F.S tt ; to be obtained there was not a sin- .
the who becomes disabled in much coming and going amongour : gle dollar of insurance on this valuab'e -
spending holidays in
been line of honest citizens.
and
faithful ser- I .The
I manufacturing establishment. ,
\ugustine, deserves He has a large cir Marshal Richardson was given a i ,
The be able
.j -- : owners possibly
may
{Mrs. C. J. Weeks of Jacksoniillc friends here and elsewhere vacation to go and visit his motherin I to start up again on a smaller scale

! is visiting relatives in county, who will be pleased Alabama, whom he has not seen with a less costly plant. Some of ill

and vicinity. that the government has for eighteen years. J. E. J. Wain- our citizens have mooted the plan '

.. cognizance of his claims. right is marshal during his absence.T. t! of trying to obtain contributions li'mother .
rMr. and Mrs. L. A. Kelley is a Bradford county P. Register and his son, C. S. from of !
some our capitalists to en- : .
of a;River Junction, are visitin and a son of Ellison Kelley, a Register! of New River, have both able these unfortunate parties to Gaming of Baby

relatives... here respected planter of the I moved their families into the start tin .in.. Knsinfcc-- ..._-: a CT gin. Of......6 tirintr----,.,-:! Ifiror' min It's- for-.- the t '
part of the county. He Wheeler house across the branch.F. -r-the entire -0- of to decide.Vith good health ,,
course, citizenship our
% school holidays will be G. and a strone womanly organism, I:;
l e in the army at St. Augus- Schell and Miss Mattie town sympathizes with the losers.I .
motherhood but adds to a woman'sattractiveness.
wend Monday. School will and was assigned to duty with Chapman have returned from the fear the effects of this disaster t

taper on that day. H, 3d Artillery, then sta- Teachers' Association and give will militate against the upbuilding r.
--- at that place Soon after- globing accounts of the affair.L. of town which is of MoS "
'For our composed
the best
that the he A. Duncan visited Atlanta
was transferred with his
citizens of which town be
any may ;
fords in the way of fresh to California) and later on early this week. justly proud We have several Wipe of Gardui
& on J. F. P. McMurry. Miss Ada has returned 1 .
transferred from the artil- Fielding manufacturing establishments, to- :, \..
,jt'Mo lMt N. Blanton, A. A- to the signal corps. It was from her visit to her mother at wit: A brick kiln, a shingle takesaway all terrors by strengthening I

gad Elder F. Barron, of in the discharge of his duties Columbia. mill, a carriage and wagon factory, i the vital organs. It fits a mother for 1--..." .
* ercvisitOrs to Starke signal corps that he received James Rivers had a fine piano i cotton gins and grist mills, togetherwith baby's coming. By revitalizing the r""."
Monday..
' I.1Ib". __ that will make him a crip- placed in his house Monday. many other industries, and nerve centres it has brought chubby .
;.. issCora Sessions has for life. He Miss Sadie Patterson, of the crowing youngsters to thousands of
was engaged in we think that our town is equal if weak women who feared they were
< i her school at Midway 1897, in putting up a wire Providence school}, acccmpanied not superior to any town in East barren. It purifies, heals, regulates .
Dg the holidays with the administration building at by little Miss Eover Ware, returned Florida. and strengthens, and is good for all "-
iin Starke. Island, California when he Saturday morning from a visitto women at all times. No druggist .:
', Well, Mr. Editor, not being ac- would be without it. $i oo
crx his footing and fell a distance the former's parents at Minne- customed to write for newspapers Idon't For advice in cases reguiring special -
Matthews and L. B.
feet to the pavement ola. know but I have put the directions, address, giving symptoms,
may
anent citizens of the Ft. "The Ladies' .;.:;,
what has H. T. DeWitt. of Providence, Advisory Department,
receiving cart before the horse but better
"'n in proven ; The Medicine Co. Chattanooga ;;
'were last ,
,' town Saturd divided his vacation between Lake i Chattanooga "i
permanent injuries. After I late than never, so now I will ex- Tenn. 5 k
is 'after--. business-- --affairs. accident he was sent to the Butler and the State Teachers'Association. plain: MRS.LOUISA HALEof Jefferson,Gear ., ;: ..
4,. .' *:-"''> ten I first took \\ine of Cardu 71
Ash Bitters hospital at Presidio, San Fran- The conflagration in our incor- we had been married th.yean.: but could '' ,
y cures where he remained until Mr. and Mrs. Wells of Alachua, the destructionof not have any children. sine month later ..:tb.!
May porated town was I "
.regulates the liver I 1 had a fine girl baby. 5d
'the bowels. A when he was transferred were guests of the latter's brother, the liquor distillery which was ,

tonic. Sold by Army and Navy Hospital at J. T. Futch, last week.Miss being managed by some of our -:

Springs, Ark. He remained Clifford Varnes has been most astute and progressive citi-

j---.0.B I _. until October 24, 1898, when visiting Miss Laura Strickland the zens. When the alarm was given r;)

',/Wells and daughter, was honorably discharged from past week. our citizens repaired to the scene I I

|4tbf Lawtey, attended army on a surgeon's certificate Rumor says there will! be some of the fire, but, alas! too late to'
in business firms here the ..
changes
disability of the valuable! .
.w> ,the Presbyterian save any property. I '
i k'+unday, returning home after his discharge first t.f the year. i As the walls of the building were 7r r 1 "ai

/Iftcmoon train the army Mr Kelley came to Miss Edna Bailey tendered her in a blaze it was impossible for anyone -..

.jf** 1 and has since made this young friends a delightful apron to enter the building and, of ,
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..\IWANTED-A cropper who : his home. He made his party Thursday night R. H, course, the many valuables belong-
H )two'or three horse farm soon after reaching here for Bass carried off the honors for ing to the Lake Butler Distilling -

Trent to right man. App'y from the government, but it hemming the neatest apron, and Company were reduced to ashes.J vfl

Ward, Brooker, Fla. not come until] last week, when T. B. Ilartig won the consolation .

2292t.E. received a warrant for one prize for least ability or patiencein

> .- .-- back pension, together with the use of the needle. West Bradford Prosperous.Col. .

: Duncan stopped that he had been placed No prettier cottage is to be W. T.Veeks recently (

Ipnday here to visit relatives the pension roll at an amount seen anywhere than W. J. Epper- made a business trip to the western ,

fjroute from Lloyd, where with his injuries. son's since its beauty has been part of the county, and in conver-

eht the holidays with his -- .- brought out by a handsome coat of sation with the TELEGRAPH reporter Unique. '

|,Eg |ont Key to resume his d A Cold Snap. paint at the masterful hand of after his return home, said that

..\'Jth the government.. and Tuesday nights "Uncle" Frank Corney. Mr he had never known that.1 ortionof And. Pretty

us the coldest weather of Olin P Love of Jacksonville]] will our county to be in a more :;,1' y

b eorge Cook, formerly of season. The mercury tumbled occupy it in a few clays. prosperous condition The majority .:: My la-'vX boud.,.- we d be
but now a resident of
to 21 Monday night and it Thequestion of securing sub- of the farmers are ouWof more attr ive be use f one
the
pending holidays with have been equally)) as chilly school district for Lake Butler, is debt and those who are not quiteso
i7'A of these handsor d -
tr, Mr. W. G. Seals at !: : i'\ing
agitating the public mind at -
night. The cold did ab present are meeting their obligations
i.and came up to renew and i the larger number favorit tab'cs.f .
no damage in this section, as they come due. Everybody! ]I
in Starke
ntances .
.Monday.W as we have long since we think. Nothing could be has \ -e 1 filled corn cribs' an-t {I .

W J Hodge the attention we used to be- better for our communitv. smoke houses. Lands hat a advanced the them, rf. -
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Tile installation of of
Knights
culture other much in that
In of Alachua, was in on orange to so price, a t. t. '
Ptral days last week, a guest better things Strawberry Pythias will take place in the man must now have a pretty J good I Well made, exec1'entry' iced: .. ) .
# through the hardest kind Baptist church Friday night, December wad to buy a forty-acre tract, ?nd i
friends, Capt. W. H. go | as low as $4, an J the bii. ty ant! 4I
F. R. freezes and come forth smiling a 5th. The exercises are even then will not fnir' any oneoveranxious ,,., .
Morgan. I quality "m surprise y- t. .
to all. The attendance of I
much of an abundant yield in open to sell to him. '
ge was pleased he'', thai -ost ;"- \
There ot
several prominent speakers has are more
e spring, and they are our main The TELEGRAPU. has always I .
," endence in the line of fruit. been secure Music will be I maintained that the western Frt and are worth all the cost, but

.[jG. A. Gardiner made the lu for the fact that our friends furnished by a selected choir, and I of Bradford county'w"as: or.e of themost : .1'.these are splendid valr', ,> and.... are ..!

jacss in the bean contest they d .vn the state might sus- several beautiful and appropriate favored sections of the ." *l1te, I winning- :: many words o* entbusi. ... .
|handsome parlor lamp losses' we of this section would recitations Bearing upon th -- :rder and Colonel Wee: :;:report of *!'e I tic admiration. -- ""''-

"store of Farmer & I a i u-tle snow storm every will be renuiht'l by several of our splendid conditions, that ob'Jn I

'" jar contained 6083 beans I gifted: borne Nat .n,,v_ there now bears Out our ccntcnVlOT. G. C. LIVINGSTON.
Lol. H D. icy had f/ft 'tri4 :.wof f. I .
Mr,Gardiner I r .
|.. guessed 6087,
Warming Up to Their Work. gun/ ... -t'S- -' -' -- -
:Maccienny, spa c- bf th .. .
!g'the actual number by -- r' ... ,
liUr. the month of December honeymoon at fotifae home ot I Notice ofBY ..I le ifn. ( I i Sotlc8-0 ,. .t.,,,'11. '_ ( :
school board had I Hue
a
con- Hiers'mother, nt.tlKarVorthing .
the powvr vented to thE'nby cha'.. : 4H7S ,Y the p.'t'r ve>-te" in them by chapter 487 X .
I |l want to let the people who and a heater placed in and while there nlfcjaiade freqU of the <'IIOlII.aW1l: of Florida the i--hooJ I) of the &l.o011IlwI of K'.rila. the School" y -
Hoard of Bradrordcouu'ty.ln cOJnol"lIh Board of B/\dror.l.ty. in c ..plinrue with H
from rheumatism and used for its at. a I.
room meetings visits to Lake Butler.: n "irtiti"n of the qttahtreChelectorsuf 1 Samr".i city petition of th"1u.lfttll: ; .>,.-t.f Lawtey schorldistritt
"ow trial Chamberlain's court house. This was cer- N.V.. Hackett, of \I Starkes s(-hrkl| ,li in Sauiisoa City CETlhcT1IIKD : the town d Law'' ; &': thei .
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Wm! relieved me after a a much needed improvement been in town severahe'javs ts ...' ... ,
DAY OF FBRCARY. A '>. !:*), i THIRD DAY FEBRUARY. A. D. 19(X). .
' Bother medicines and a board has heretofore worked' week. imi # for the |iurrj8t' of e&ablitiin? u SneoNITaxsiluioldiM'.cr I for the pn-po- *'"!bi'-h,,ut a Special Tax t
1 failed. all kinds of' the lines Hnd tii>uaf which i j ",-hool.llltlrct. lu..-s niM/i un(1anesof whirl .
[ It is the best room during The neat cottage of W Lrl.will ...... ,1 ( Oi'p.r 1.M I.n filed rrUa th-n. ilection of I a c-pr ,.t... bf''n .it'I ;aPe ever known of.-J. A atul its members, as well)) soon be ready for occupancy. :j TtJr..a Trustees,aDd,to I
nnling+ 'n be atsds3 dAaoagrrs I manage I-t be .a.-.J
NIID i Alpharetta, Ga. who had business before ->-- -- or E a&"iS.. J. tt. ff. C. : 'II\"a:ers 01 -.. ction-D it. Edwanls. E. L. .
been board have suffered Highland Notes. Uilsiiinl WilcjrttBUv: >:l. 1' '. "a- r-ltrW. i i S'ntTord and Luther Loa.iJlu, T. D. Guniei. _. I
,,1'yC cured of rheumatism a great .. e'
; Done at the ontbeef ue CtMiny i nu"ii.- Clerk !
l' remedy. One application of discomfort from the condi I I Mr. E. M. Padget let all the ent of Schools,'ttft KJ !I IM) :. i ent Schools. .iar.uI' -i A. !>. 1900.!
.es the pain. For sale by J. of the room when the mercury young folks enjoy themselves until F. Jit OCHC.L., :.. :; F. o. scHtruKecrv t k
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with the lower I Secretary MiQ Sapf r'u'-'i-* -"' >f CH Hats tiir; an'iccrmtendent, of!x.hooU M.I
playing tag a late hour last Friday night 'i
jf3J"Hr. I on thermometer. dancing. of Uwdford (,nuny f ;I I of .nlf'% t i utty..., Fla. m

W. R Alderman, of Mr. O. C. Plummer returned 1.'i

$tine district, father of Working Night and Day. home last week trom Tampa, where !I ELEOANC'3-FOR.oj "nU. I!

'. -tCr Alderman and our busiest, mightiest little j!j he spent two weeks. # J i

:. .YEung merchant John D. A' that ever was made is Dr. j 1i 1- -- ---. I We have t ec," "edfine ** ancy Toilet :

.i was a visitor to Starke \ New Life Pills. Every )i
'... Mr. Alderman is one of is a sugar-coated globule' of |! I the body against diseasei Articles, ..:s, :..Hnlre ;
RAPH'S old.time I that changes weakness into j I. Fine French Miry ?J C .t 'fictu .'. rames. Call l: .
called to order the paper listlessness into energy, i: i Tutt's Liver Pills an absolute I ..-J1 "'. .
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I and see t arc -lost. ppltiate holiday -s
'I', y, addre. during lorV''J""t !. into mental power. They | cure for sick headache, dys.v'p.sia l' *4 -
wonderful in building up the i I. : gifts. '
'An acL sour stomach, malaria I.I I. <
g back, a Only z5c per box. Sold I j I >. i .

lion hes,., *Ranges nervous in weakness the J. L. Gaskins. j I onstipation, jaundice, bilious- ; In Select, & Perfin ;s ; r.l:

and all kindred troubles. ""St y t.
j ness i' ....
t to Bright's disease. Purchased a Home. I|i I Don't force lass; ve have the I la.r l.t l con" .r .:teaji i W
'< to cure the trouble before M. Murrhee, who ncentlr.. The Fly Wheel of Life" ,.

_,' e develops its : to Starke has nodnren'': Dr. Tutt; Your Liver Pills are finest line- .cum.-s .: -d Ex .acts w :-jjr di%played l in t

t I Prickly Ash Bitters is a peg and indicated his in :, the town. '" *'*
.. remedy. It heals ion of staying with us. Mr. the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever f, \ j

., igthens| the kidneys, re j';' has purchased the Mid ; be grateful for the'accident that ESTXTEF,. J. L.RASKINS, \. .. ,al

jver, stimulates t".e place on Jefferson street ,1! brought them to my notice.I feel i Dealer i in Dpgs/Medit. nes, Drug Sundries and. 1:
.. pstion, cleanses the : has moved his family into it. ; .
as been used in many j i the purchase r Murrhee be. as if I had a new lease of life. Fine Toilet Articles. Prescription .......... -t I .

_obstinate. cases with the f[ owner of one of the most I j I J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col.'Tutt's I I I carefully compounded. t l'c rtI
iDg success. Sold by I irable residence properties in -
O. town 'I' Liver Pills I J. H. COLSON, M. D., Manager. JHI

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LOCAL two of Valdosta's charmio belles, the last issue of the "*TELEGRAPH :-'> -l'.; :
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N. Jones two narrowly
L see M. Leviton's newjStore at averted. ., .. ayM
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,I Mrs. M. E. Finch of Lynchburg, Mrs. Lizzie Epperson departed large lamps suspended from the' ,. .
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"la Va., is visiting daughter, Wednesday .
*'i ceiling in the store of the \\ B. / .' .I -:,
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\ T R Sweat, city.Mrs.C'FTHodges a Haynes Company fell to the floor. : .. ., ..
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Major In the fall)) the .
fi of Welborn lamp seems to have I 'c fi T.. : .

;,' is visiting the family of her son, J. place. I turned up-sidedown and struck the l : "
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of this DuBose floor in this way, saturating a spaceof help .. k.
( ..{I W. Hodges, city. J. C. Worthington I .:; ..; : I
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f .i goods; shoes and fine Springs one !
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lamp was hastily gathered
reasonable prices Ells houses in the south-east part I up ;#
groceries at Jgo.to. ...nA thrown into the street,and Messrs. "
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Trs ]. R.: Martin has returnedto S. M. Crews succeed cJ.,in smothering -. you ;

Starke after a visit of several Rev C Fred. Blackbujn' of : the flames .fphi 'be floor by I I ,I .. ..... i .
weeks with friends in Jacksonville Miami, is visiting friends v-at this 1 use of theb'1.-at... Cincid a piece of -' \ .
\ and Melrose. Mr. B1ki ,
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4 : Professor F. G.: Sch tyLt \vas-wt-assigjtied to MiaEri'by the mom g the fire I: .to-j' '' 4

}' ; f J fite1t. was aasant late conference, '" i) '!l and the scene I :I ;
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C. J. Weeks one of the mm.tfaitHul the blazesoundeP: % I
i Wednesday._ and efficient engineers of : of J, R. ',t-A1Sarez; A sparkthe y
( f George Moore has returned to C. & P. ihenufluefhaj caught : make the !New
the F. railway, is off on a m kitcyatr' .
his studies at Massey's College, vacation, the first in three I[he roof *//an r timely : ..
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after spending the ciembers of the family : a ;
;. Jacksonville and is having a good time with the of p- I. f:
:- ; :-::.. holidays with relatives here. quail of this section. \ $!!.'\1bors who respondedi11.rptry I Year a prosper= ::1j
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Dr. and Mrs J. C. Wills enter- spread rapidly. The fire apparatuswas :
in town Monday,
district, was I hastened toward the but j one.:1 ?J
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t ,' pleasantly Wednesday evening the. fire was extinguished before it'I : i ..
,j '" TELEGRAPHS subscription list. :a l; xz
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Music and games were features of I e d' EI > .
.#"- ":f J\frs.J.Er FutcK.and l\IissEtta the evening that were very enjoy- I I i -==- i =

..1, "I .., Blitch returned Home Thursday able to those present. Delicious I With the Town Council. .. } .i. I.'

+ : .-. \. from',Montbrook? where they spent refreshments were sew reCP The regular monthly meeting of I ; ,

"p : .v+ the,holidays with theirjjarents. I the town council was held Monday We will I :
: Mrs. J. Bennett a daUghter, night, at which time the officers : save you money :
;; '" i. 'J. J. Morgan, one of the leading :
.. : Miss Georgie, of Bloomfcgton, 111., elected December 18th were sworn i
a citizens of the Ward City section who spent several wee s of last [in. on any purchase you i
'. ;. 1 : was in town Wednesday and made winter in Starke, arrived a few :
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., ;,:. the TELEGRAPH office a pleasant since and I Alderman J. M. Truby was reelected desire to : in }
? ':,. t 1. .. days are comfortably chairman, and appointedthe may make I
.: call. domiciled for the season at the I 'f r.
l 3\J ... standing committees for the
J. Darby Gaskins left Wednesday New Commercial. I'' ensuing year. the General l erchaili i lI
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to resume At meeting Mon-
j G. C. Livingston is co fined to an adjourned dice Line. -<\ .
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' : of 'Virginia,, after spending day night George Burnsed was I : 1
?c 1' ':: < the 'holidays in. Starke. His his room by a severe tack of 1 elected night marshal.. .. ...
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, mother, Mis.J. L Gaskins, accompanied muscular rheumatism, contracted ', 'I'I ,. I I :-

: ... .Juntas..far"as Jacksonville, while on'a hunting excursion last A New Store. I "

r : "i"'! return 1U' %, Thursday. t \week.hat: improved. At this and time hopes he is some-to be ; ;\t. Leviton; formerly of. .Edith, "! mm<< i '

ruJ Jil _, .' Mrs}IpQrd-wife: of CaptainGeorge out in a fey days Ga., has. opened a store In theJcwes I II .m T.i !;

:Iai Qgfotd;firmerly 't prominent I (: building next door to the I _
"citizen o Bradit:- .:county, B. L. Flowers... an enterprising Starke House and intends to offer I II .
FortWeVd merchant and tie the \\ellselected stock of -- -- = ".'."".:.:.- f
but now of. uvs guest cross manufacturer ,I public .- .. .
.. of.Mr:' and Mrt. T. W. Sweat I ,f New River, was in dry goods, shoes .and groceries.Mr. I Mrs. \V. Wainright and Miss D r. Jamei'-jChase: ; a former citi;

Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. town Tfi sday For some time Leviton intends to become a., Beatrice Daniel visited Hampton I zen of Statke, but who is noVj

Langford was accompanied by Mr. Flowers managed the business permanent citizen of Starke. For I I Tuesday. Miss Daniel will probably practicing 'sjjpntistry is Jackso*. ,

Miss Tison, of Gainesville, and I interests of H. Parker, at New the present he and his wife are.I visit Hampton quite often ;I ville was visiting: relatives and t ';

.c.. 'they returned to the' latter place River but has now embarked in occupying apartments over the i, hereafter to give instruction to a newing acquaintances here fa
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