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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 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 )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00389
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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' I, I BEN county. 1 I had been aroused and to'd of the I
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the I|I difficulty and went with other .'
to base its persons to home of J. M. Under- ,,'
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I defense relied ;ihill. He went into Underhill's .. J, .,:
FOR \ COMES CLEAR sions for a 1 house, asked for Kelley andtwas'w' ,. : ,

The state l told that he was in a room at", .the : j'I >
counsel I I back of house. Called to Keller ;
that Kelley and heard him tell his wife to i'I
pure Drugs and Was Charged With Murdering in defense of I I I the door. When the door open was 2i i:/

ft but that i I un'ocked! witness shoved it open .")
rompt attention Louis Richard. door in an : and entered the room. Found '
when he was ;i Kelley holding a gun in his hands. .
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derance of Witness took hold of the .'. '
to .j and
come us gun .
however that 'asked j ;)
I I Kelley what this meant. 1.1\
JURY RETURNED VERDICT OF'I claimed, in i Kelley said he had killed Louis "w;) ;
that Richard .
; Richard. Witness
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his wife and .; for the gun, which he gave up > : f .
NOT GUILTY. l' .
;: heavy stick, I without remonstrance. Both barrels l J/

Especial care and promltat-I -- house, of the gui were: loaded and l"i/7 p.
shot. On the hammers cocked. Witness 5. -- f t
tention. given to the.JHlhg [of Case Submitted to Jury by the I testimony I unloaded the gun and offered 'the '-' r
Defense on Testimony of the !contention i i I shells to Kelley. but he said he did __ ,J'
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Prescriptions. Prosecution-Other Indictment shot Richard not want them -they belonged to' : '
I Against Kelley Nolle Pressed. .,the ; Louis Richard. Witness aske1' 'p'' M
Kelley to go out where his brother : "
IIi I I ."...,-" '' 1 The case of G. B. Kelley, charged case.The Will Kelley, was waiting for him in :.1/:
ii' with murder in the first degree, ing of the yard. Ben went out and his.. was called in the circuit court tion of J. M. brother wanted him to go back to .,

TO\m Tuesday afternoon. ness said on his own place saying he was .j j justi ,,:
A FUL LINE OF FINE .i
The indictment charged Kelley der Ben fied in hooting Richard andno ha-
; LET ARTICLES ALWAYS with murdering Louis T. Richard i and called]] reason to leave. Ben exprer ,
August 31st, 1898. The case is a Louis Ricl a fear that: relatives ofQ:: 1:
t T ON HAND.STARKE familiar one to the readers of the house drunk weal, do him violence am,*" ..
# i TELEGRAPH. Richard had gone to toward Mrs. \'.:-.it to ti.'> at first, bo>. ., ;; 1/
the home of Kelley during the he (Kelley) cr>nv-nted: .inJ they \v&$"' I,: II
DRUG CO. morning and they had spent the killed him I the scene o! the shop* -.:c ., 'II
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sa. rtttttttttt day drinking together. Richard ley wanted I| rye: nay Ben said he w; ....pJ':
decided to spend the night at Kel- ride to the \vbere he hit Rice. ...,, :? 'r
y ley's home, and between 9 and 10 father, J. M. ,( ti iie. Kelley then''" "\' '--. si ;
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tttttttttttttt o'clock he was shot and killed. A did not like i w'tness the circumsi': 4v

coroner's jury investigated the but told' rounding the shooting ?...-).
murder and before this jury Kelley must go to hat he was sitting at tl.}
swore that Richard had insultedhis himself. table and Richard was te
M"INSURANCE wife and that he had killed him returned it I pallet spread! down for*
in vindication of the honor of his Witness saw I Richard addressed son
home. This story was corroboratedby Underhill's proper language to }''
Mrs. Kelley, and the jury returned him later on I|toM! Richard that hi
a verdict of justifiable homi where that and Richard;
J. R. D A IS & CO., cide. Kelley left the county soon woo, he I I{ heavy hickory sVI .
afterward but returned in Louis
May, I beating him wib. .
1899 sought an interview with John Ho << 'ward the dour \f
STARKE, = ;0:: FL4 Judge J. R. Richard, father of L. sion of the inn him and fc
C. Richard, and told him that he came to his I Richards gun -
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had not killed Louis, but that I called for the second ste
M. Harnage and W. H. Underhill, I ness told shot Richard,"
r., had done the killing. On this there and LIVINGSp'I I with that sh
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\ ,\ formation Judge Richard causede had killed his hands up'
\ arrest of the parties named, own gun. \ deavored tc
1 3d: they were given a preliminary next dav with his elb." -
ht.ring before Justice Mitcham, at night of the -
II I phpton, June 27 1899. At thishe3ng with Bud again ar'
t both Kelley and his wife ler to notify and T
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3 hill y come to their house o i said Bud : hew
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, 't the nijt Of August 31, 1898, and stayed at his amir .'-, -
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\\ effecttthe death of Louis Richard had been life ,< .
\ .,"-' 'hat after the murder of between Rid
Richarthey had forced Kelley at answer to raazd
the poirVjf a gun to shoulder the Kelley told K

you .. responsibly for the murder, and ing that ;
had conned the story about the on the back fr
\ insult to k Kelley as a means of he had to kill r,
Kelley Hfication by the courts Kelley gave ; .
*' resolved'\ for the muinAfterWng the testimony .: the Richard.'s;:;z :'l1g l'

Justice Mitm committed Underhill N. J.
New Year to Q and H age to Jail without occasion of :
at the beginning dthe bond, but the\ttornevs soon afterward -

buy where you en get the Best p habeas corpusfeedings secur. their release brought on

Goods for the leastVnoney, before Judge C" The case was
taken up before \
grand jury at
i) the fall term of;"e circuit court
.. held] in October, d ,
Kelley was tv >
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indicted for the mir of Richard. :

t Then \ I The the special case was dO'ted for trialat ldI \

... l \ now in session. Tedious task (

tthis of empaneling a juwas begun 41// ..r.,
\ shortly after court ,convened -.t'
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Tuesday afternoon a, o'clock.
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f storeis '. jurors summoned tor ttase wa
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one man of being comte. A
i the place yo are lookrs = special venire for ten rne>a's or- .
dered and the court took recess '"
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until o'clockVednesday nlinrr :I
for The twelfth juror was securyom' I I MAKES
>,!I ing \ the special venire and thenelwas '

J k I completed early \V dnay :I. Mj line

1citenc morning. ,,i )ust'now.
The jury was composed asS tion for /;
lows: J. E. Purvis, Jesse Dl".I
l IF ALVAftEZ. & ]' K.. Ga\' T.' C. Pierce... G. F. \,;.I things.-_
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i- Leod, F. H. Douglass W.C.AHL and prices
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d J. L. Brown, V. O. Scarborou great
M. H. Nettles! Jesse W. Vini preciate :
and A. S. Strickland. Sokinsf for :
,; This was probably the mos see i
peculiar criminal trial that has everr
occupied the court in Bradford G. C.

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__. ____ n ._ LEGAL NOTICES.

I' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. I pocket, or an old proverb is false. "' '-''''''' ''''''''' i

"it Notice of Election.'
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Every five years we pay out enoughto ..", '
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"P''- give ourselves good roads, if we >Y the power rested ten, by i

. Published\ 5 very Friday atSTARKE,3RADFORDCOUNTYFLA i count loss of time, wear and tear t 1) of the S-h.ol Uw ofKlondi,. the bclit',1: t
BuardofBrarlfortlcounty. ((mpbaoce with. '
: of wagons and the injury done to SLUGGISH BRAIN . petition J.fili.iMlOudrlecrorii I | | of city ;:
school ONtric-t. lin !bi' orders: an election to be :'
have roads. :
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6. S. MATTHEWS, Publisher. and Prop r. Moreover, the increased value of Is caused by Imperfect Digestion and Disorder TIIIRI DAY Q,? FEBRUARY.: A. D. 1*.). .

.. i real estate would immediately return 4 in the Liver and Bowels.4PRICKLY t for the piirp-iM' ft etahlihiDK a Sp'cialTaxschnrl
district. tlImes anti .
--. -- -- boimdanes
:=:= ; :: : : == of which
I all interest on the money a copvlM8 bf'f'11111d with them the election; of
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Three Trii-4te.- sad to determine the
-SUBSCRIPTIOOur >- i judiciously expended in this direc- BITTRS niillaKd\ : tsetol | amountof .

Year...... .............................$1.00 I tion; the visitor would find it pos- ASH MauaRW of flej-tlon-S! J. Prescott '. %J B

Sixllonths. ... ..... ........................ .:A sible to of Rj-alsan.l U Hevberson: U \. Thomas CleA ft..
see something more our illortceof the
rhree.Momns...... .......................... .85Fnteredin I t'nt.f tiuuf Sc-IiooK at tlis the 3d day(runty superintend: I
state than is visible from hotel WORKERS. of January,AD1'Jttt. .
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ISV BOON TO BRAIN '
-I and the windows of in .
--- piazzas cars G. SCHELL. "

1 thel'ostofflceatRtarke.KIa ,as Sec' motion; if parties could travel on 4 I Sccr of-taW And Superintendent of Schools J
the landlord
and regulates County Fla. ::
ondclasMatter.. wheels from Jacksonville to St. It purifies the bowels, strengthens rSola. .
. liver aids digestion vigor of body,
.. promotes
'..' ... Augustine, or Palatka or Ocala, or Notice of Election.BY ;
cheerfulness and mental activity.
'_' ." Starke Fla., Jan. li>. 1WO. Titusville, as they now do from
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New York to Philadelphia and SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE SI.00 PER BOTTLE. of the the pottervwted S.-.K. Law in of tlmbychapter457s florida.the srhu.l 1

Washington and Boston, they Board of Br lferd county. in:compliance with a
The Tampa correspondent who petition of Ue qualified electc!&of Lawtey: school
would leave more money with us, ....... district hereby orders au el.-ctionto be held in

sent out the report that Senator little inns would spring up like the town of Lawiey on the j

would should toadstools and the pleasures of a CJ' THIRD IJA'OF FEBRUARY. A. D. 1KO.!
f Mallory resign remember DRUG
.( }b Y STARKE for the purpose'1 establishing a Special T shCliool
next time that few officeholders winter in Florida would be multi- .. ,__ .- -- -- -- ---- -- -- district.tie lines and bouudaries ot which
times.Burdens a copy has len) fled with them, the election of

"i die and none. resign. plied many County Treasurer's Report millaxe three Trustees to \ye as.anl
.- Managers of ElctionD. It. Edwards. E. I.
1. FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER; 31, 199. Stafford and Lutier Loadl-olu; T. D. Gunter. .:
Joseph Pulitzer, editor of the To THE lltfs HOARD OF Cousry ('OMMIH: .' IONKHK or BRADFORD Cot' TY, FI.'KID: Clerk. :

.::;1 Ne'.v York World, lost his home Women Bear I, the undersigned, treasurer of said County. bet leave to submit HIP following RWrt' Done ot N-'liooN at the,offlip of tbe'! ,t\mntv!.,.;19ui Superintendent '.

ACCOUNT GENERAL FLTM F. G. SCHELL.&tM.retary -
valued! a y3oo,0o0by fire a few 18)9Oct)! -"a.1. Ca. ind
Superintendent of Xuooll
I. To amt. on hand.......................... .............. ........... ......SI045.m S of Bralford Couny Fla. : Ii-,
.t. days ago The value of the prop- Only those suffering: Oct. n I. rpc'dofJ. R. Whitfielcl' tax snle redemption.......... .... ... *f .
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I Oct. I'l. \ H Ht''nultll\ R&: G taxes.
city should encourage the news.C' from some form of female Nov. 7. G W Alderman. Iweti*;!4.reetll..... ............ .. 2913 a Application 'or Tax Deed. !I IOVFICK
(weakness know what Nov. fl. J BWhltfield. tax sale redemption.............. ..r.... ;if.
paper fraternity to renewed effort.There's Dec. 5. \ldemlan.lict'nKes., rec 11......................... n 32 IF CLERK OF CIRCUIT CorRT. *
burdens .. ....1
. terrible women ..
Dec. 11. BWhittield, sale redemption.--
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millions in the business ifs tax .. ... .... C3! 07 County of Bradford Florida. ;
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ii Oct. 31. Bv warrantlturnerlovertococOIlLIIL18110ners. r'WHEREto
Y have to bear, and still there !, NOV. so. i{)- .. .. .. .... ........ .... ... .' HfslDec. To S. C Bright.
... r yeu can only get them out. not one of these burdensHiotone 81. I.}' "' .. ." ...................... .-._, -- me Tax Certificate 5. J.No.Prescott 17s:; sole has of IKMi.!presentedto cnverinf f'

;. d:;; --- -.M of these female complaintsthat J5o5| 14 1 3d1 35 ( the r.I.lowinc land in said county of Bradford -

,(r. -. The Tampa Tribune advises the G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female Dec 81. To aunt over draft to balance ....................... .... ... ... .......-:31" -:* -- X ,acre to-wit h ci: .rrer of Fourth.an! Lewis street t f'

will relieve l-W 35 I'-C; 35 in gampaot Cly;I sec 4, tp 1 !i.. range 21\e..y'
people to make no debts this year, Panacea) not soon :-- acre Land

% .. and cure permanently. It soon .. ............. /. 312.1 upon sdlli'rtificate ha dntanded from me t?
r' and says if you desire or need any Dec. 31. By amt. overdraft on hand .. ... ........... .. / a tax deed to gad land. e.
all
makes life worth living to i" Therefore tale notice that>at ter the expiration ;:
: V.thing, do not buy until you sufferers.After ON ACCOUNT BRIDGE FUND. / of thirty dajH lorn the date 11 this notice,unless .'

... .......... ': .. I 25 shall have deemed sail Lend in accordancewith "
the cash for it. Debt is Oct. 9. To amt. recd of J BWhitfleld. tax sale redemption. .1. you
\ can pay upending K15.00 with our family phy,lcl n. and Oct. 14. W H Key..olds, AS R& 0 taxt's.l ttS........ .. ... *" 1s law. it U ny intention to i,.! my wife had suffered tbe many ailmentR that accompanytwo ........ ..... *! the lid S.Prescott for fl,.) said land in ac.
\ depressing. It makes people dis- of ileknetw, I bad concluded tbat I moot lone Nov. fl. J B Whltfleld, tax sale redemption .1. ..
her.yean I waa entreated and finally induced to try G. F. I'. Dec. Ii. "J B Whltfleld tax sale redemption......... ... .. 3net. cordance with the protibkiid of chapter 4874.
honest. If there no credit with her and In contequence to our tbrw children hare 1. By aii't.over draft................. ............ ..............A-..... roT 82- Laws of Flondi.l .
was: peak of this to nhow how much .. .... ..... :713.Nov.
been added other I Oct. 31. By warrants turned over to co comm lslouers........ ..f. A >ate< DeceiJr27.18W. I
good the medicine did her. It not only cured her but .. .... ............ / .. .... """"V W ( W. T. WhEKS. flerktrtCTt
\ stem how much better off this bear all of her household 3t> Bv.
ha given duties her without abundant hired strength help. You to can always rely on lec.3I. B:r" .... ............-j.,....... 40 35 12.9 By W. E.Ir.\I\ RlOllT, D. C. t
.. rld would be. A man who once me at ODe of your strong lupporten. /' j5KW ::
J.H. TBiiwiLt, Mont Eagle. Tenn. 48 : 04 t

: "tsM.behind baJly scarcely ever "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IIIII'IIII'IIIIIIIIII' Dec. 31. To over draft to balance.........,. ... .........t........t........ JUO 11\1\ PROFESSIONAL------- -CARDS.. V"
, : If your cue Is not fully corered by our fin I00( -- -- I
hcs What is be =: "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES. .=: 8Q904 809 04 CJOKNTO.rATTOKXEYATLAW.. .
to :
up. thought ; Write In confidence for free advice to D 11\1.
? LADIES HEALTH CLUB ore L Gentle Jt COM : .rON !!
ywho_ goes on day after i .uunnunnuu""unanutnuuuunuuluuutti: Teas. : Dec.31. By aint. over draft on hand ;

:ng debts with: poor pros. PRICE SI.OO A BOTTLE. ACCOUNT FINE AND FORFEITU: fUSD. .

Jess It your druggist does not handle O.order F.P.and ask ILOO him and to Oct. 1. To amt. on hand................... .... ............... ....... .... 968 9) I'R""CTICJ: A SPECIALTY. rCfIEHl'UL
: t intention of paying end for It. otherwise direct send, us your prepaid.L Oct. 6. To all1 rec'd of J E Wainright. flnes....................... ..-.... ... ..... '2 *J
we will supply you expressage ................ .... .... .......... ... 17 !IIi I
:.....:.;,.: :_....,;.........- ,. .___. )e any better than those CERSTLE A CO., Chattanooga, Tenn. Oct. 0. (J J B A Wnltfleld.Gardiner,fines tax Kale redemption ............. ......... 1 <"' I \ FLA. t
Oct. 'J.
MBDenmark.flllerankJonet. ....l'. '.... ...... 5 IM)
money or goods under The first people who will live in Oct Oct.1 21}. J J Jon i ........ ....... ...... ................. 8 to; Ti E. jTCI1 ,
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.1-. Oct. 111. Reynolds ....... ........ tn -
==- --- the \ tTeth century., accordingto Nov. 7. JJ Jones fines... .. .... .....*.; 100
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r---- the computation of a writer in Nov. 9. "- .'' J W BWhitfleld.Weeks, convict tax sale hire redemption fOl Sept/IcJ Oct..."...."..".".. 54 8 26> l//ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. !

'OPPOSITION. the Ladies' Home Dec.NOV. H.7. J J Jones, fines... ... ...... ..//.... ............. 1300
January Journalare l"ec.4. .' J R Richard, lines ..... ..... /....-..............3 00 o ce in Hunk Building; :btarke, Flf .
w the inhabitants of a o! "WTWet'ke.convidhiretor ... .......... 3.1/10> t
'n who attended group Dec.I4. NOffr.. ............ 2170
mid Pacific islands. To women Dec.14. ""v T Week costs case ............... 43
Whitfield, sale
Dec.ll. J B tax .'J"................... '' OHN C. WILLS, :31. D., ;.
Association at 3'-t : ,
,_ who contemp'ate visiting the Paris Oct. 81. By warrants turned. o\ertoco..commisiioncrs. .... 0Xov.30. r
.. ................-.. SID IS S
the holidays. Exposition next "Edith and I By .. .. '-t-... .... ............ :*> 04 I
.. ,. \ year Dec. 81. y" ; !IllYSIC'IAX AND SURtiEOX.I&EASES ,
le letter to the in Paris in the same magazine, 3-M &+
I... ............... .... 8A4 89
.bi of his im- will prove helpful and interesting"The Dec.31. To amt. balance over draft.... .. ........1 36421 __ : OF WOMEN AND OBiTI TBWS A :;f

Boer Girl of South Africa," **4 89 .! SPECIALTY. ?
*and some of -- 81mt :.
"The Mother of the Stars
summarizing Office with the StarLe Drug Co.
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Ibe following Marir Mitchell's achieve ON_ ACCOUNT B< FUND- STARK, FI.A.r' r a.

J \\ the letter: ments, and "The Home-Coming of hand... .... ... .............. .. ............. ........ 96t) f' .
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Oct. Toarot. on Z'"it
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the Kakannies are also featuresof recMofJBWhitfleld. salt ri'OD 10.! HOS. E. BUGG
tax {
\ is Oct. 9. 1'0 amt ::1 ,
mar angentleman \V A R, taxes, 18W.. ......... 46 .x
notable interest in the January Oct.19. J D H\\Reynolds' \. lltaxsal/Td.emPil"n S f. ......... ....... .... 20 : ere
:\ov.9. : .................. :H
>et ,on ac- Journal. Franklin Fyles writes on Dec. 11. turned J B Whitfleld to co lax M21t'l1t'mptlon.. .......... .... 13 I. ATTORNEY-ATLAW. ,
Oct. 31. By warrants over <
"The Rehearsal of a Play, and ,'1 --- -
hip to 1010 34 {1 Corner Cherry and Jacket Street, Stall
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"fL the author of "Mr. Dooley" gives a Dec.31. By amt. to balance.... .... ...... ................ ......... ......... .... 1011/1 ,,, >'(

Lbutiuld convulsively funny account of -101031- -Into :, E. L. STEWART, M. D. 'f]
Donahue's musicale. Albert .
Inel Molly VV. Smith contributes more of Dec.31. Toamt. on hand... .... .. ... ........ ..... ..........."........ 100897' --
C. M. 8PARKMAN. Treasurer. SPECIALIST 1
Vd his exquisite nonsense verses. f

.I" Edward Bok writes in protest -- -- -_---- _.- -, EYE, EAU, NOSE, THROAT.

J against "A National Crime at the Oreat Run on CnamberlaIn's'ouSh.I l..Lf' Skins- guarantees eve/ Office iu Store of Stxrke Drug Co.J .

10.Ml, Feet of American Parents." Remedy. i Bottle of Cnamberlain's Coun -

\ Manager Maijiijp 'heSf:>on Remedy and will refund the mOrN T. WILL 4. A. v. LOXO.TVJLLS .

A Thousand Tongues o he to one who is not satisfied f- .
drug store ,-fnforms tat sVr&'a any & LONG I'
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Could not express the rapture have f, sam b er- ter using two-thirds of the conters. :

J>f Annie E. Springer, of 1125 : great run on Ie sells This is the best remedy in the weld
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
toward% St., Philadelphia, Pa:1 n : 1ain's Cough Remedy.coed 1e to one for la grippe, coughs, colds, crup r J\
''' of that .

for con-. had of any ant and safe to take. It prevrits

-Ply cured "-her mp11011 of i great satisfaction lIke any tendency of a cold to resu in J. 11. COLSON, lD..,
hacking
__ a there i
-- of la grippe ;Rented
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tt" for many years had.e Chamberlain's Cougu\ sore pneumonia. .: j jI jQ
All others ; PHYSICIAN AXI) SURGEON Pr-..
burden. ,
a stop the cough, hey give' relief I ?,'"
and doctors could give throat and lungsne.l STARKE, F[.A. .3

help, but she says of this within a very short The sales g f"\ Office in Uaskios" Drug Stort.

"it removed then a"ho try it are ? x .l
.ure- soon are growing, and qd ;
my chest and I can now with its anlpt actlOn.- Rti6y. 't................ I
pleased :;::

\soundly, something I can Sonth Chicago 'ally' Calumet. ;;.::: 0.--
Q Pe.i
j remember ;doing before. Sold by J. L-G'l"! rn ....,.':l:!,.'A}

.:i like sounding its praises ----.... I JQtfl1EEC $

Jghout the Universe." So Russia is said own 3,000,000 by
(it*
4'every one who tries Dr. King'sw horses-nearltle.half the whole ..... h.f "g.0
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Discovery for any trouble of ;nce. .... (U M f. M 4.1
number in ex i'W' C'V'B5tJ 0
throat chest or lungs. Price
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i and $i. Trial bottles free at Cjfs Report. 7.9 hi grow paying crops because they're
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; store k of the Circuit Courtin antiREPORT Pb !2 t-: I\J fresh and always tu. Mst For i
L. Gaskins drug ; every of tiC
thftty. Florida. on account of r7 33O pale' eVf '
', ttle guaranteed. for Bradford.r the year 1m.
Taxes a>se" & eticJc to Ferry' Seeds and
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/ > 31 prosper.
,. alus. Tax Collector. trI
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,.,- has been demonstrated re- W USTYFhJPEK. OMs' 1900 Seed Annual free Write for lLD.

19l1l Jue......... .., .. ,W45 79 = tJ' ":FERRY CO.D trort. Mich.
edly in every state in then J1t'C.I. Tnj .... ........ ... $M55 :
*( and in foreign coun By amt. t'"ilue.... .. .. .... J4301 !4 1 i cx M t trn f .11
> many 2 Jau Tu.or.TX; 3** '
SCHOQL 0 .
Chamberlain's Cough = ==: :::::==; -- ----
that .. .. '' .. S
_. du .. .. $:4W 64 0 ? pv"v
y-tea certain preventive and I i P.r.5. t."t ......... .....f9ft .io 8rQ = o
the By amt>lI. due .... $731 74 Skin Diseases.For
for croup. It has become ':I Jan. 2. COUNTY POLI.S. .

.. fersal! remedy for that disease. Jal.due ..... .... .... $1 0IO 0 =-. I >
's';, .. of Liberty, W_ V., DIlected ...... ...... ..$ 33 (X) M ,-- the speedy and Permanent cure of
V.Fu&er_ B I' a"ljal. due............ f 1197 00 ==53 tetter, salt rheum and
peats' what has been said Jan. COg :: : zema Cham-
= Xj
berlain's
COUNTY BRIDGE. Q as Eye: and Skin Ointment Is ,
I the globe when he writes: bal. due -.... ......... $148193 t+ ;7 w it without an equal. It relieves !.
Dec ............. the itch- r
r collected $ 18 19 rP H :: ing and
.
wised Chamberlain's Cough By'o bal. due.....,.,,..... $14a1..t its smarting almodt instantly and
ill
...-. X in my family for several Jal COUNTY BOND. I continued use effects permanent j
It
rul always with perfect suc- I Tobal. due....;..>........ $14s1 91I .,, cure. also cures itch, barber's itch. >
Jt.] collected ...... ..... .. $ 1R IS scald head, sore nipples itching piles.
J i c believe that it is not I lJ-? To bal. due..... .... .... $1463 7ij .( L I ; Q chapped hands, chronic-sore eyes and

the best cough remedy, but I j :COUNTY FINE AND FORFEITURE. granulated lids.

for It I 5. To bal. due.............. $14rtl !93 8 : -
Itis a sure cure croup mt collected..... ...... .. $ 18 IS 2 1 0 Dr. Cad8
: ........... :; Condition Powders for
;aved the lives of our children;,I.> 2. To bal due $]4CS 75 ., horses are the best tonic.
blood
of times." This remedy *!. T. WEEK Clerk. P .: I and purifier ;
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n vermifuge. Price. :25 t
: By W. E. WAINRIUHT, D. C. t ( cents. Soldby =
t by-J. L. Grskins. ,

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./ COUNTY( ) TELEGRAPH : JANUARY 19, 1900.)
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r I the nature of the wound received I and D. M. Gornto defended Joyner.
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MURDER INSECOND :' by Jones. Able arguments were made on
1 he testimony of the state's both sides.
witnesses was substantially as de- The case went to the jury at
DEGREE tailed in the above account of the 5:30 Thursday afternoon, and
i f -- difficulty. All the witnesses testi- about 9 o'clock a verdict of murderin
fied that Joyner shot Jones before the second degree was returned.
So Says Jury of the Killio ofT I allY other shots had been fired, and When court reconvened this
that they saw only Burnsed shoot (Friday) morning at 9 o'clock the
W. Jones. I afterward.The I paisoner! was sentenced to thepenitentiary
case of the defense was for life.
I based on the contention that Jones I -- -- -
fired on the defendant before the Two Fires Narrowly Averted.
NICK JOYNER FIRED latter attempted to shoot, and I Starke came near having two
probably the strongest point in fires Monday night that would
THE FATAL SHOTAnd
support of this contention was have destroyed thousands of dol-
elicited from Butler Roberts, one lars worth of property.At .
of the state's witnesses, in the the store of Douglass & Alderman
lust Now Suffer Penaltyof of the examinationby
course cross a large kerosene lamp
the Law-Jury Returned defendant's counsel. Roberts blazed up, sending its flame to the
Verdict Last Night at 9 o'clock. said that Jones fell immediatelyafter ceiling above, but was quickly
Prisoner Sent Up For Life. Joyner shot ; as he fell he taken from its socket by Bob El-
threw his pistol on the ground and lerson, the colored porter at the
The case of Nick Joyner, indicted told witness to take it up.Vit- store, and carried to the street justin
for murder in the first degree, ness picked the pistol and in
up time to save the ceiling fr"n
tor the killing of T. \V. Jones, in doing so noticed that the barrelwas igniting
I this city, August 23, 1899, was warm as if it had just been At the store of J. M. Alvarez a
called for trial in the
circuit court, firedC.
similar lamp played the same kind
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock M. Sparkman testified to of a prank. When D. J. McLeod
Something more than one hour seeing Jones with a pistol partially started to close the store for the
was consumed in securing a jury loaded about ten minutes before night he turned the wick in the
The jury as empaneled was com- the shooting occurred lamp down preparatory to extinguishing ; -
posed of the following well known Jake Jones testified that he went the light, but instead .'f
citizens: James Hornsby, D Y. with T W. Jones and others in going out the lamp blared up, and
Silcox, Enoch Griffis, J. S. Williams pursuit of Joyner, and that Jones Mr. McLeod jumped up on a tableto
J. W. Brooks, J. L. Brown- had his pistol in his hand on the take it d-nvn. His loot slipped
ee, Stephen I Hague, [J. B. Brown, way to the point where Joyner was from the table and both he :and
J. P. Hall, Lem Colson, L. C. overtaken. Witness said Jones the lamp fell to the floor. In the
Futch and J. G. Crews. cursed Joyner, telling him to haltor fall the oil was spilled and spreadover
The circumstances surroundingthis he would kill him.
Joyner a large space of the fiGor.I .
case are familiar to readers of: stopped and Jones ran up and I The saturated wood-work i ignited,
the TELEGRAPH. Joyner had beenon grabbed hold of the negro's gun and it required heroic work for
an excursion to Jacksonville. and fired three shots at him several minutes to stop the flames.
On the train, returning home, fired and fell. .
i,Joyner then Jones Clothing to the value of $100 was
someone struck him. When he The witness had given an en- damaged and the end of one of
arrived here he went to his house, tirely different version of the diffi- the counters badly charred. The
one and a quarter miles south of culty at the coroner's invuest and flames caught to the flooring
town, gpt a rifle and returned to Solicitor Hartridge put him I underneath and it was necessaryto
town. In the barroom of C. M, red-hot examina- '
through a cross rip up several feet of it to ex-
Sparkman & Co. he came upon T. tion, leaving his testimony on this tinguish the fire.
W. Jones and accosted him with devoid of force. .
occasion rather ------ --- ---
the inquiry if he was the young Edgar Joyner, a son of the ac- Lawtey Notes.
man who struck him on the train, cused, who was with his father at Quite a number of our citizens
at the same time raising his gun in the time of the difficulty, testified have: been attending court at .
a threatening attitude. Jones toU' that Jones ran up and shot at his Starke this week.
Joiner he had not struck him, and father three times. Witness said Louis Hill, one of our hustling
the negro walked out of the bar- he and his father came back to young c'erks! visited Middleburg
room and started down the F. C. town that night to get some whis- Sunday.
& P. railway track in the direction key to mix medicine with. Capt D. R. Edwards, made a
ol his home. Jones, accompanied The defendant was put on the business trip to Jacksonville
bv Jake Jones, of this city, went toNight stand and made a lengthy state- Wednesday.Mrs. .
Marshal Frank Burnsed and ment, in which he claimed that S J. Sternbursc and Miss
informed the officer of Joyner's I Jones fired three times at him be- Grace Monroe of Starke, were
conduct. Burnsed, the two J onp.:5CS: fore he shot. After witness fired visiting friends here Tuesday.
and Butler Roberts started in !pursuit he turned and ran and intended' to Miss Lillie Chalker, one of
of overtook 'm: and himself : charming ]ladies -
Joyner. They come up town give up I Middleburgs young
on the railroad track opposite toe to the officers of the law, but heard visiting Mrs E. G. Hill
house of C. M. Sparkman. Burn men after him, shouting, "catch ; this week.
sed called to Joyner to halt. The him and we'kill\] him'" This i J. Crawshaw visited Jacksonvi'e -
negro stopped and turned around, frightened him and he continued i Saturday.
facing the party. T. W. Jones ran his flight and secluded himself, be- Mr. J Harry Smoak, a prominent
out ahead of the others and goingto cause he believed his life would be young man from Oraugebuaj) ,
Joyner's back caught at his in great danger if he were brought is. C., is spending a while wIth his
rifle. Joyner leveled the muzzle of back to Starke In the course of I sister, Mrs. Dr. G W. Frown, re- r
the gun beneath his left arm to his statement Joyner said that he I cuperating from a severe attack of
the rear, fired, and Jones fell, more returned to town on the night of typhoid fever.
tally wounded. Joyner then wheeled ) the killing to get some whiskey for Miss Lillie!! Matthews, who has
and fled, making his escape in I use in compounding medicine for ,. successfully\! taught the primary
the darkness. He was capturedt.vo i some of his children, who were sufI department l of our school during
or three months later in Al- j I fering with whooping cough. He tr-f: term just ended returned to
achua county. brought his gun with him because "cr home at Starke Monday. Miss
When the case was called for he had been in the habit of carrying Matthews, while here, not only
trial Thursday, Dr, N. W. Franciswas it at night for some time past. endcaaed herself to her pupils, but ..
the first witness called. The Solicitor A. G. Hartridge and to the people of Lawtey who regret
doctor's testimony re'ated only to A. V. Long represented the state her departure.BRADFORD '



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Ak PETTI6REW LYDITE REPORT ESCAPED ;
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TALKS PLAINLY Britain Is Forced to Usa Outlawol Recommended DEATH'S GRASP .ji_

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Ammunition By Committee ;;. ..'1

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He Makes a Vicious Attack On RUNNING: SHORT ON OTHER !' lION OF $14 3O 9 Steamer Wrecked and All On Board :.p ,j

,;'. the Administration. Went Down With Her. i f :'

Issuing of the Order Cause a Without Waiting to :
Howl Was United When Boers of the Walker :

1 r.;. AIMS AT PHILIPPINE POLICY Used Them.A OVER SIXTY LIVES WERE LOST 1 .

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London special says: special says: The "
"Whole Wretched While Vessel Was Sinking Fire 1! : + ; .
., Says Business ford
cartridges are running short on interstate and for-
,} .Is One of Censorship, Conceal- the British magazines, and, ordered a favorable Broke Out--No Rescue !!. A)0'i,

ment and Duplicity." to a semi-official report, the war Hepburn bill for the Was Possible. '" .i, I ... t\\
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purposes to fall back temporarily Nicaraguan canal. It

tit A spirited and at times sensational> 100,000,000 "Mark IV" the same one AV special from St. Johns, N. F., i -Ii{
bullet, most of which are already committee in the last wreck and in St. j ''I'
debate was precipitated in the senate says: The burning J .
wr. Thursday on the Philippine questionover storage in South Africa. Mary's bay of the unknown two-masted "' I i}
The war office, however, has .
over the resolutions of inquiry. Mr. a strict order to the volunteers made some changes steamer, with its crew of probably : I ., : .

Pettigrew, of South Dakota, attacked the fifty rounds of "Jl ark IV" bill, inserting verbal altera-a new sixty and possibly! some passengers, I. r- .f\)

? : the administration's policy in tho Phil- them must be used in practice making perishing, is one of the worst r-la- : ". ,_ I

ippines and also made some sto.rtlingJ. home Africa., none being taken to OF BILL. rine disasters in this section tot .a considerable "s 1 f" ff; ;

..-- charges against thoso who were sup- After the public anuouncemant to, the bill is as period. There is not the J..J r
porting the administration. slightest prospect that a:y tnul aboard,4, >' ,
no such bullet would be used in .
: Mr. Pettigrew declared that a sys- its the construction of a escaped death, as the intense midwinter /t.
r war, The
t( atio effort was being made to employment. cold would kill vuo escaped ." J !
w prevent Chronicle think would be the waters of the At- j accurate information from reach- a oceans. drowning, and th. ?''-fated vessel ov: "" tl f1t :
breach of faith, especially the ... !#
ing the people of the United States ish commanders have complained That the president of of nearly 3,000 tons vv. .lcn. fjivj t. ; 'l :
and that it was a political scheme to the Boers secs is hereby author- went ashore befoi dnv'-r: : Thursday -.' r -.
occasionally
further the candidacy of Mr. McKinley jectiles. use from the states of striking a led-_-c at tits fi",t of the lit'r
for renomination re-election. The Nicaragua for and in cliff where escape was L-opeloss.!' Tho g'. #,.;. $ i,
Before the newspapers were launched tile; bor'-1, but probably 1J ::ft. :
adjournment senate after the !' States control of I crew :
during of the -
early days war '. '
debate, passed the bill during the panic somevore crushed ? it" f
prolonged conferring cable belonging to Costa
it for
censorship,
taking
additional powers upon the that full narratives sent mail as may be desira against her sides, others being SWIlWI"1 ,II. f
director of the census. At the open- supply all deficiencies.by For in which to excavate, ed, and all the occupants apparently Tj: f.pCrlSblng. .
"' the Pettigrew resolution and the I of such :. { ..
ing a canal .1I l"
Lodge substitute, both seeking from weeks spoQ- e, however that has,arrived even the in London mail as will be sufficient The ship was: s?I>u to Qe afire by. ..." .. I .- y_._..i- -
the all information of the residents sb miles '!\'av. Attractedafter t :' '"
president regard- shown signs of habitual scissoring of ships ;
ing the Philippine insurrection, were the I and draft now in to the scene, tb-jyi- ',1. llio has ty i '
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laid before tho senate. Mr. Lodge without censor. Pages are I near Georgetown, of the wreck. bh'zir,. Z t: -1bud, t '.".'' .;/ ,f. .
chronological or logical (' !
suggested that both be withdrawn and nection, leaving the happenings I sea, via Lake Nica- forepart rut"* .'i.. icargf. \*:-<,- the Hoar resolution be adopted as a on the Pacific ocean; h.pec i tll ''.izc. t. .:: aS'4" j,
in I ,..
scybed quite unintelligible
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At that:. ti'fe sly three ro .
sub titntE' t.
be
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may necessary
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Mr. Lodge said he wanted information cases. The editors acting possibly t I are hereby ap left ,'ti b !:-.r1. ". .<-f. VI:1P oa .f"..... '_. :":"I J'' .J ;,11
concert these
facts
especially as to the effect of the the are and laying [ of any money in the Snit o-jj as m t!ic rigcing{ w'""--':' '- !J : vv's..1.
public insisting that they .
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the received t ori-'j Fl.
encouragement Filipinos appropriated. .
from the United States. Mr. Hoar I permitted facts. to know and to print I. after the president ; -m., whrti 'they hero, bf"'. .- ... I'b.t "O:I".-...// :: .
.! with Mr. control the ter n01iI.lu drowns!, the '
C agreed Lodge. over : '
The Daily Mail 'the t
formally accuies I I
.L Mr. referred to ho carried J'"R f 6
Pettigrew objected. He wanted : away. '
war office of in Loyd
"doctoring" editing !
specific information, regardless of I. secretary of war to tea : The survivor noon after
ficial I ordi "
whether the president wanted it knownor and dispatches cites before their .. a canal w:tterw.y : F;ri", swam to the rocks and<<; 0 L;l/ ,
particulars. The r Pali
not. I the shore of the fv! ib- flavored{ to get; a footing "r.p,. .
"The troublo with the imperialists Chronicle official avers that there seems to Greytown, i h y nay of ; thin, he made his way .:bae}. o trigging
an conspiracy against wdatirg
," said Mr. Pettigrew, "is that I' the truth be known. to a point yea-Teto'f where he died. q ttse% .
haTe I Such r.l bUtil the ni ;Lt. Man gar[
they confounded the interests of c
the number of deaths ; I
the people of the United States with !I dysentery Although and enteric at capacity :wl depth ?s are visible tossing in the}J;(; .theeosptcp. ?
the political desires and ambitions of I by xeo els!!' of the of them thrown up in a < .-
their puny president and regardedhim have since been published by the war \ and greatest ueoth EJ-; ;: cached owing to the h'eW J---,1.: ?-
Saturday's fight, nothing
.30'i 'ti1 !;? thought to be that o(.o W'alrtiet
and his success as more important been given out regarding the losses 0't be pnpplie.1'! vith :.: """ bt 6tI .
than a rightful treatment of the I the engagement.; The war office and o>ucr sppliuie :. Boats and other wtg' '>
Filipinos. The fact is, this whole serts that it has nothing to give out.Arm I of vessels: l pass ;. nmocg the rocks cer an,:fide
business is bound up in the presi- chair critics who, in the } to Brtto. AId ihh : was more stormry tjje atte 1
dent's desire to again be a candidateof of reportorial or official I r shall! also ncnstrur: 1 i;. alai it was impossi.v -i3 I.;"" ofi ,

his party for pree tent.n I from the seat of war, pour fourth /mulIdi us hsrv-ors at i i I wreck, which had1y'' No'*t'- .
Mr. Pettigrew discussed! the censor of and \\'} canal Rv3 swat for '! such an extent .
I conjecture opinion ; Vctedu' .
neath the waverLk
ing of dispatches from the Philip- : that not much is to be expected of defense fts will bt. re i t! ausedir
pines. He declared that importantand British hosts in South Africa : and protection said: Residents aron.esidents,
significant facts had been stricken Lord Roberts shall have had I f i -ry possible efff. i
from news dispatches from Manila and : of time to think and fresh levies : I ) iLe president shall: : vivor in the rigcj*JA1E J- 4r{'
outfits &l
from official reports. as he neces er
b'VS
have arrived. Time i? working I may I r
"As an instance of this work" said for the Boers. Each day makes : and harbors and II A messenger' TIt_ f I
t he, "the Sulu treaty was mangled and i difficult the three beleaguered i of the fame. from Peters '};. jtl *
partly suppressed until after the election tions. I t in the excavation l filled with w'A Washing:

in Ohio." Although the war office declines( I of. aid canal!, the I I I washed+ tt' w.ous crowaekousejnesdl' .'

proclamation confirm the report that Lord : I and Lake Nicaragua, 1'r men jti .... }
by president was, t each as be made I II i suck' ;
I has been racalled to England, inq I : : may \ ltman'Fithe.. :.
on the recommendation of General I I made by a correspondent at } I I be used. 1 I coat. eturne 1. ll'el J "
Otis, altered materially by the presi- I home in Wiltshire have elicited I in any negotiations I I wEa* ere weraestoand
dent before it was published to the : information that when he recei i of Costa Rica or the
f d1'! +t h by.
natives. As originally -
Philippine i, his wound his horse threw him president may have '
drawn it va, to his mind a flat decla- i i ly and spinal and other injuries authorized to gu rani ay mor
ration of war, and when Aguinaldo vened. i : the use of said canal i' tie at.I.he--'"

ti and his loaders came into possessionof I The theory is now advanced that such terms as may I Anted aDU '
the original they so regarded it. seizures of the German mail I for all vessels owned i #:1..:: 'a ctt ,
'The whole wretched business," I Herzog and General, since : citizes thereof. t I 'Ptf ., _Wen"
f declared Mr. vehemently, I of 1 :
t Pettigrew !i were made on purposely mi sum 140,000,000, t.tston +
'r :. "was one of concealment and duplicity, information supplied to British : as may be necessa- .I:
intended to deceive not only the !' i i out of Ul1A. -_ .
), r, people the design being to embroil Gr any: .
I : .' of the United States, but also the Britain and Germany in u quarrel. !" i treasury not otherwise not l.. .nc'
',, ,'. islanders themselves." I ; I the completion oft* -..- --ieiglfA
In substantiation of his charge that BLISS FOR VICE PKIMDEXT.Announcement :: said moirey* %. ."...tt--
-- the dispatches from the Philippineswere the treasury from time' 1 devtartl'rictlrerneL I I
censored! in the interests of the IB Made That New }" I same shall be needed;. '
. administration, Mr. Pettigrew quoted Merchant I* BlrKlnlej'a Choice. of the president;; : I
from a letter written by Robert M. A Washington dispatch says: J ; I made and verified i t, .kns ,.
announced administration cit of th fast
Collins Associated Press representative in < in charge .
L; at Manila. In this letter Mr. that Cornelius N. Bibs, of Now Y I I by the secretary .,,; stimul '
. Collins related the substance of an interview ex-secretary of the interiorwill bo V': .ton, de

upon the subject of censoring I Republican nominee for vice I HEARD FROM. T fi* usea !
-: dispatches which he had had with The statement is made more authe -"I te cases

General Otis. Mr. Pettigrow read the by the formal announcement of ( !' I ) the Sooth/" ?1 if GUccess.of......
.' statements of Mr. Collins, in which he tary Root that he will not permit at Pot;:letees. 4 ; i '
9' paid it was the evident desire of the name to go before the convention, war office Friday m'n T.
officials to prevent certain information ferring to remain. in his present: following dispatc t I Hi' t
tho of the net position. iI
i from reaching people Springfieli D
United States. Engineers Jet Kaise. \ 11, nt 9:20, eve I U .
When he (Collins) had filed .a dispatch I (={ OI-A
containing information which The recent demand of the : south bank of f I: !Jnc f

he thought was proper to send to the eers employed by the Lake I Potgieter's .dJ"4 !I. ,,\I'''' ""
road that the salary classification: t ',
United States he had been informedby Pont. ', .r ,'-
the censor that he had been instructed abolished and a uniform scale ot S" I I enemy is a'd'o t?, j Ofure
to cut out anything that be paid for a day's work bus four and a half'i' I I
' hurt the administration. granted by the company. -t .T'
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a \ MEXICAN COTTON MILLS. OFFICIAL CASUALTY LIST. ( .J.c.' i:i.

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Twenty-SIX Were Bnllt There the fast Lady Methnen C-uitraclIcts Reports CCble Nary D paT; .sCOFf3
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cotton
Twenty-six The London war office most ,.
built in Old Mexico during the last that the British casualties at department l ? :.'!

re year and new mills are being pushed smith January 6 among the rank Schley: ,_ _TINS CAS* VC1UNrjck
7i ; to completion. There is niudh inter- file were 133 killed and 242 "' January"11; ?{1t.1:i r"
: terest in prospecting for tin since that Lady Methuen has issued an of the Navy: ;L ho I r.r'surfSKS
}+$i tnot-1 has risen in price, and some tina lute contradiction of the rumors F. E.'Green 're.. {
properties in the state of Durango give Lord Methuen is ill, or that he ; WeJnesdalJ".eilk:

good promise, according to the reports injured by the falling of his { e f'; t A ,.
I of experts now on the ground. the battle of Magersfontein. A board is order .. .f "< ;) 'ptr 'T'
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thereon, by a metallic i -hook or clip at EYELID QUIVERED.St. .
FREAK BIRDS AND BEASTS IN PHILIPPINES
Bradford Gonnn T81or8li.i T.HE I the top of a light portable stick one _
end of another wire. The latter extended -

4 downward to a box containing Louis Woman In Trance Narrowly

-I- STARKE, FLA. a telegraph key and sounder two or Escapes Being
1' three cells of battery, and a convenient -
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900. combination ol telephone trans Buried Alive.At .

.. mitter and receiver. To make thoap-: East St. Louis, Mo., Sunday >'

To be famous merc'y means to bt paratus work, it was further necessary from
morning, Mrs. Hirth emerged a H
well advertised.We to run the lower end of the hanging : -
wire into the ground. Thus a trance to find herself! under process of ,_ {

regular "circuit" was formed the being embalmed and prepared for the \
hear much just now about various
earth affording a return route for the grave. The discovery was the resultof t
institutions being on trial. current. Either a telegraph key or a
the merest accident and astounded '
3 Everything human is on trial. Everyday telephone could be used, according to -.-
is the convenience of the operator.A the undertaker. A movement of an
day.
a judgment
convenient substitute for Mar- eyelid saved the woman from death ab

coni's apparatus has been found at the hands of the undertaker or from

in the powerful electrio burial alive. ?-
Kimberley
An Indiana tired and disgusted

judge
searchlight there. It is a mistake to Sunday morning, while her husband
-4 I with long newspaper accountsof that such a device is service- watched at her bedside at the hospital -

divorce proceedings, has announcedthat I VJjJ I "---p able suppose only at sea. Although the uses she gave a deep sigh and then ,
IPttTQ: f\O dc.ose' ,'hYING feX somewhat seemed to breath 'no When
the publication of a detailed account which it has in the navy are more.
of such suits would result in If Uncle Sam could collect a pair of specimens of each species of beasts, different from those thus far found for the county physician arrived, he pro- .

.;.;1' ". birds J1nd reptiles which inhabit his newly acquired Philippine possessionshe it on land, it certainly has its valueon nounced her dead. The county undertaker '
of the
the arrest and fining offender would have a zoological "biggest show on earth." Some of the most remarkable terra firms. At Kimberley it has was called and shortly after-

and his exclusion from the court. ones are shown in the accompanying cut. The spectre is the most performed a double office. It has assisted wards proceeded to embalm the body.

grotesque of Oriental animals. Its eyes are like a great pair of spectacles in the watch for an enemy, and Mrs. Hirth was placed on the cool- ;
Iron in mounds and mountains, and and its feet and ankles are uncovered bone formations. The kaguan or it has furnished an excellent means of idg board and the work of preparingher

gems, as one might say, by the wagon flying fox, is a bat. It lives on fruit. The mongoose is a pest which we telegraphing. By switching the cur- for burial began. r

'load, copper in the very greatest abundance should beware of importing. The zibeth is a variety of civet cat. The bu- rent on and off the light can be brokenup On each eye a weight was placed to
lead-what ceros rhinoceros, who imprisons his mate in a hollow by building a plaster into dots and dashes to form telegraphic hold the lids. Over the face a white
quicksilver, you wall over the entrance hole, so that she cannot leave the nest during the letters. The enemy mightsee cloth saturated with bleaching fluid as

-.1-" 4Qil---IPIico's mineral treasures are nesting season, is the oddest of Philippine fowls. Father Hornbill feeds his theso signals, but as a secret code spread. When ready to remove the

t t far M,, 'o.l count, says Vice-President wife through a small hole all the while. When the eggs are hatched he would doubtless be employed, the significance leaching cloth he noticed that one of

\ Ivl.in-'cal: ii. the New York Independent. hammers down the wall and lets her out. The paradise major is one of the of the flashes would not be I the weights had fallen off. In replac-

% most gorgeous birds in the world. The buffalo is used as a beast of all work. understood except by the initiated. ing it he thought he detected a slight

--- Searchlights have been made whose movement of the eyelash. There was

"' 1'- An idea ,* the magnitude of the for- I *-- E ,** v.0. differs only in trifling details from rays could be discerned at a distanceof no beat or pulse of sign of breath

\ f eig-:: -. business of the United States that with which the American wheat fifty or seventy-five miles. At i however, so he set about preparing ':

"L S lan ba gph-eu flora the record 1897- Modern War Mechanism, grower breaks up the surface of the Kimberlay it was known that Lord I instruments for the injection of thepoisonous oI ,

-f inibyces fertile prairie. The superiority of Methuen's army had come within fluids used in embalming.
?S, hick sho VB that the export of i
\. Searchlights, Steam Ploughs and 8 this means of digging trenches is so twenty or thirty miles nearly a fortnight [ While thus engaged he noticed a faint .
that of
exceeded in value
1. :: : any Heliographs in South Africa. manifest that one wonders why it was ago. No difficulty should have I quiver of the eyelid. He summoned

fithe manufactured article, and surpassed < never thought of before. A three been experienced in sending messages assistance and the body was removed :
.-- ** **' ?ve:. the value of all agricultural wheeled "traction engine," such as is concerning tho situation in tho be- I to a bed in the hospital. The doctor '; ;1

iilJl.kmetfH. As might be expected, the Englishare employed in hauling heavy wagons leaguered city therefore, although q l was called and restoratives applied. j ;
.... in the South African the
using war
_.- _._- Gradually] the woman came out of
most modern military appliances that '
.N.:.rTh- .Tohu Ilmvard Industrial Homa her coma and was! able to move her
1, can be had. They are thoroughly up body. She was unable to discuss her ";
for Dhch.u "d Prisoners of Massachu- to date in the matter of guns and am-
experiences, but made signs to indicate ,
JSetts has recently secured a one huu"dreJ munition, and even the surgeons are
that she was conscious of all that t
:'\"'" farm for the using new means of developing X
at
acre Bridgewater '
') had taken place. It is expected that
The War Office has '
negotiatedwith
-, 'temporary employment of discharged rays. t tr she will regain some of her strength '
Marconi's business
representatives -
"p isoncr Besides farm wok there and live for a while at least. ;
for wireless telegraphic outfits,

will...,..be other means of Priming; money and by this time the apparatus oughtto C- '; 1

cit.-atnstances; be in service. Moreover, a num- SPANISH GUNS DONATED. i i 1

ber of other appliances that are not "'

---=- ._.:-: necessarily instruments of war have r Ilj/f/!! The Navy Department Presents t
The been put to use in the contest with
municipal pawnshop just I II Relics For Lieutenant: Brum-
the Boers.
:8d\In: Chicago will serve as a val- flemor ial. :
r One of the most striking instancesof tjiya by
e' perimeat. No one who ha this kind is the employment of a I 1 The six-inch bronze cannon that defended v 1

t se work ng )f the Mont de I steam plough for digging trenches. j Manila
1 Fort San at
: Felipe, ,
frig, or the sUlerVisEhl1on.n i The ploughshare and pruning hook j1-
1 of the arts and against the American fleet under Ad-
I are particularly: typical
Jermany, can doubt that
spirit of peace, but now, for the firstXIMBEEIiET miral Dewey, and which ware dismounted !
j
i ions
tre a benefit to the -. t
I --- by shells from the Olympia,
\ And no one why has have been presented to the city of At- '1

':king of our own pawn. I --_- -"='::=: lanta by the nlnJdepartment to ba
:
$ great cities can 6 -_ placed at the base of the monument _

eve much to learn NEW STEAM PLOUGH FOR CUTTING TREYC E3. I to be erected in honor of Lieutenant :"
rin (Used for the first time In the South African \Var.) Thomas Brumby.Announcement. ,
this regard.lmportant .
of the gift was made 1
from town to town or in operating reassuring response could not so easily public Wednesday morning in a letter ';

at pres.It itinerant threshing machines drags be transmitted.The received by Colonel W. I. Heyward ,
of the ludiaus the steam plough of Colonel Teuipler Boers too to
are learning use from Admiral George Dewey, in which
of the rationconference through the soil. Two of the wheels modern methods. A small contingenthave the admiral incloses a letter from Sec- 4

i has bl are large and broad, and the third, realized the lawlessness of mere- eetary Long stating that the cannonare

out in front, carries only a small partof ly tearing up a section of railway and now at Mara island, California,and
in, 1l1l1n' '.\" we l the load and is used mainly for the rails
_7 _- throwing into a streamtheusual can be secured by the city as soon as
conference of / steering purposes. Boer method of destroying a desired.

aries, agents, There is nothing:: especially new in track. What they now do is to heat The news was received with enthusiasm -

n Oklahoma, the resort to telephony. The American the centre of a section to a white heat by those interested in the erection I

Signal:; Service has longhad ample and carry the rail by its two cool ends I of a monument to the memoryof
.\B-resolu-. equipments of this kind for field work,
Lieutenant .
illy
& 1stIo, so Tq particularly in the dissemination of Brumby.The
-- announcement that the two -
capturel
Iopp orders from headquarters and the receipt -
cannon had been presented to
of from subordinates
reports
rityfors the city was in the nature of a sur-
dating an action. It is not at all
\.,".... 6EAP.OnZ.IdHr. I pri-e to those who had pushed the
likely that the English ahead of
t. (A pO"'lful eiectrlc light Is installed on are matter since Admiral Dewey had been
X the shaft head at the Do :Bears mine. By 1 the United States in this respect. asked .
to use his influence to obtain y
tills light]slijuals were exchanged bctwfifn However, some interesting features '
Kimberley and tl'C force under arc presented by one of tho instancesof only ono of the famous guns.
I Lord [;;t1.IUen. The of the
) presence two Spanish 'j
jal; telephony in South Africa just de-
U-in guns at the base of the proposed monument 1
scribed
history, tux former implement in the dispatches.After .
\U\. has become: a military weapon. The arriving on the field cf battle 171 a : will give a thrilling interest to
steam plough is not in itself any at Elandslaagte, General French saw that memorial, and they will serve as ,;
1 1 1jti } reminder of the t.
dangers the lamented -
novelty. It has been used for yearson the necessity of prompt reinforce- HOW BOERS DESTROY RAILWAYS.to lieutenant
a large scale in the western parts ments. In his army were several faced when he stood by

'nhe United States, where the great telegraphers, who were provided with the nearest tree or telegraph pole, the side of Admiral Dewey on the i

"heat and. corn crops of thti country portable telephones, batteries: and in- round which they twist it in suah away Olympia lit the capture of Manila. J

... that it is absolutely impossible to .
.
.-- use! it again for railway purposes.I ATLANTA PIOXELR DEAD. 1 i

:j When the usual plan is adopted,,the --
} British troops merely search for the C>l. J. W. Kucker Victim of Pneumoniaat

I missing sections and replace them. Palm Bench FJ,.. !
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) A valuable method of communicat- Col. J. W. nu ker. of Atlanta,

I I iug, wbioh the British are using in Ga., president of the Maddox-Rucker

1 '' I South Africa, is the heliograph such Banking Company of that city diedat

i as our army has long employed on the Palm Beach Fla,, Friday night at 9
fi Western plains. o'clock. '

General Buller, while at Frere station The death of Colonel Ruder was

c communicated daily with Gen- due to an attack of pneumonia con-

eral White, at Ladysmith, about twen. tracted some week" ago.

ty miles away, with the heliograph.Sun Since the close of the war between
rays flashed back and forth told the states! in which Colonel Rucker

the besieged army to be of good cheer took active part as a soldier,he was engaged #

and assured the relief column that the in business in Atlantabeing

garrison, though hard pressed, was of the first merchants of the town. In
cheerful. 1880 he formed with the late ColonelR.

F. Maddox the banking firm of
A South Sea Island Bride.
Maddox-Rucker
company, in which
The bridal procession was ap- both remained until their death.

i/li I I l24tLi :\:c'tIiiI proaching. In frontwalking abreast, Colonel Maddox died only a few-
the wedded
came pair tall hand-
,
months is
....' ago and it a striking coincidence '-f
." / some, and of an excellent tawny hue. that the death of these two ,

Qf7 The bride, a beautiful young girl, exhibited pioneer citizens, associated for so

a ludicrously absurd appear many years in the closest relations t

j I; ance. Her shapely legs and feet were which men can bear to each other,
naked. She wore a low bodice of in
came quick succession and only
>,t; scarlet satin, bedecked with shoulder- separated by the passage. of c brief +.
f knots of brilliant blue. Round her. time.

'." body so many robes some of the

'L, paper-like barkcloth, others woven of SAW MILL BOILER EXPLODES.Two .
"- f the native grass, were enwrapped,
J i_ n..UTI8U SIG.VA.LISTO LA.DY.SMLTH BY HELIOGRAPH.jaed. that her aspect, instead of impressingus White Men And_Negro In Tennessee I

;;: as it doubtless did the natives Fatally,InJurad. :
.--.It is also well known in cidental apparatus. A regular tele- with respect for her wealth merelymade The boiler of a saw mill engine be- i

arts of the world where agricul- graph line passes in the vicinity of comio suggestion that the poor longing to Joseph Wilkerson.at Right,

4. conducted on the wholesale Elandslaagto. General French's men child was parading inside a barrel! Chester county Tenn., exploded Fri

'I '- tapped one of the wires of this line. Her pretty head running over with day, wrecking the huildingand fatally

particular" plough used in South The first step was to establish an electric close rings of tan-tipped hair, was injuring two white'men' Hugh Yancey

>ffw designed by Colonel connection with the overhead uncovered; and her neck and limbs I and John Evans and one
-, of the Royal Engineers find "he. This was done by suspending glistened with oil.-Blackwood. unknown. negro, name

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: very singular Eooloftical; curiosity Edfeley's Wonderful WelL --.... FIVE-cent !,

_j BOW on exhibition at the New York For many years Edgeley, N. D., has THE BEST I SMOKING' ,

'$j :State Museum of Natural History, at boasted of one of the finest flowing artesian Yau'reGambling I II

"*''Albany It consists of a section of : wells in the State. Thewater Tobacco on Earth is t

{ the trunk of a large oak tree directly comes gushing out with high pressure iiri _

'.' through which is thrust the antler of la a stream as large as a man's arm.

Lit; What must have been a large deer. A The well is 1,370 feet deep and the J NOT theTRllST i

i' pad of the skull remains attached, water is too saline for domestic use.

.!.'.'.still bearing the other antler plainly .... beautiful lake has been made at a

*,choiring that the deer must have died small cost, which in the winter time

f JpoD the epot, being unable to pull Furnishes a splendid skating rink for

'. the young people. The water has been It's too risky this TOP f
placed under
control, and is piped

through the streets affording a system gambling with B G !

of waterworks, the most cheaplyof your 15 THE BRAND.

any town In the country.For cough. 1outakethe { ( -

many years it has been known ? Made t

y t .aart *. that the water was mixed with gas, chance of its wear- Union ..
t but no effort was made to separate the

two unlll last fall. C. J. Sturgeon, a ing off. Don't 1 & p Papers WITH P PacKage/ |I I IJU.l'Iu..A.CTUREDBT <
Cigarette
druggist, has at last succeeded in accomplishing iC>l

this after The first
many experi- thingyou 1 I
ments, and now secures gas for lightIng N. C.
WINSTON,
BKOWN BKOS. CO., "If I
and heating purposes In his store know it will be -

and residence. The separation of the '

gas Is to bo accomplished on a larger down deep in your : I

I scale, and the streets and residencesare r

j 4J to l Ie lighted and the business lungs and the game's Wild With J

F houses all heated at a minimum cost, ,. i :

i from the same source that furnishesthe lost. Take some ofAyer's

town a free waterworks system. .

/4d The well is on the experimental farm, Cherry Pec-. I

under control of the State Agricultural l;:

College.A toral and stop the ,
number of the larger farms in tho ; t.

State are equipped with such wells, gambling and the t .
LILUE ... .
and in the futuro their farm houses 1
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may be lighted and heated at the cost cough. ,,- :1
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of putting in gas pipes.-St. Paul Pioneer ... .:'
'I was given cp to die with "_'... "tj' ,....._ .
Press.
l r quick consumption. I ran down L yr ..:\\ : ..i". .
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Ll t :: J is from 138 to 98 pounds. I raised /.t r.o'I !r.-.;..o-:'L..'' '. ,_. ..... .

i G\ (lest Snakes Come From India. blood, and never expected to get : --. ". -...._-
off bed alive. I then read ofA'cr's
Snakes and birds form a large part my with Blisters ts )
Cherry Pectoral and beganits Hands and Limbs Covered :: : l.-J.
of the animal importer's business.

.. These creatures come In great numbersfrom once.use. I I commenced am now back to improveat to my Great Red Blotches. Scratched Until Ai; 'HJ5t :.; g. .J

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i -- 0.- India, Africa and South America old weight and in the best of Wild. Burned Like Fire. Sleep impossible. ..: :--fT. :
I UNIQUE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMEN. r,
The public is peculiarly fascinated health.-CIIAS. E. HARTMAN, "

: away from the tree after once becoming by snakes and they are among the Gibbstown, N. Y., March 3, 1899. CUTICURA Remedies Bring Speedy l&l&tand : 73 #,. .4

fast. Of course the presumption most popular creatures exhibited. The .. a Permanent Cure at a Cost of Or-/; $'ry 17l f.' .

is that the antler was not imbedded best specimens of reptiles come from .-.to,;: -.I;.. t : t.

-in, the oak when it was full grown; India, and a snake twenty feet or more You cm now get Ayer'sCherry I was a sufferer for eight years from thai r-ost: cJ'd ,-- ':, "f ::--:r j.(1;if' :;:

evidently the deer while rubbing his In length Is worth considerable money. Pectoral in a 25 cent all diseases, Eczema I tried some of t h. ..--ll"1. l ;'..;...,. :;.: .. .. .. I.';....._, J "r- -1.6'a .

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fast and
against some way got "f'. ">,j1'good.
The size is bet- ; ; '<; ; ltr.if :" ;
the tree as it grew gradually attract, and a large boa constrictor or 50 cent : t o : ,'
grew 1'W
is worth than rattlesnake for bronchitis co ,..,, .-. .,; adr mnl':'" .. ."
f. DOrIS and more round the imprisoned python more a ter whoop were 'L'V
croup .
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,prongs. The specimen was found in of smaller size. ing-cough asthma, and the grip. / } ; i1;< I' :;f' white b'i5.' 'IJ..... -..: :'II...>}..,. /0'4" ..

the Michigan woods.A The dollar size is best to keep first t: ',.:.,' ';l,car, tiles;) : .tlthe fr; ....
New Cable I.lnet. i Jp.aviil1i r- -... "Le1.dfPI '
Blind Shot. France Is absolutely dependent upon England on hand, and is most economicalfor 1"iaI. pc"'l felt- ....,,.t:,. s ;,:
for news of tho Tran;vaal war, because !!/fi :".'!. ..,1 Surfcc' which \ ,,- A well-known divinity professor, a the cables are under her control, and sho is long-standing cases. 'l ';:. '"i ../ PaIr'i
grave and learned man had five daughters rendy to ej>end a vast;; sum of money to free i t .. .'. ". : and itch ; well, they Q:erg r ..t'j

whom his students irrevently herself. Ttl is like many people, who, after \' r/ .::; '. Ana P for it. On theuppr ins" : :a; 1(,
allowing ,
dyspepsia 13 settle them
: upon spenda i ,.flit'. .' Vbew an,
,.' named** "Genesis," "Exodus...tinmbere money f.>rtuno and seeking try Hosteller's deliverance.Stomach Save Bitters your, ASH gives color, .. : : 1':1': c part of both; ht a warn

"Leviticus" and "Deuteron- the medicine which never fails to cure dyspepsia pOT 5' IITlos great:: red hlotchesu ygpeoprt.1 ;
constipation biliousness malaria, ....J..a
way. (ever and ague. and firmness to (; .. :"i1i hives, would ppea1l t e"sq)>
Beginning his lecture one day, the flavor ;':.f.i,;; .. \- ". .

professor said: "Gentlemen, I wishto A Man of Breeding. r.. .,.'jti!. .r'I'r1.i'f." ,': soot: as I became war. : t' in-. J

speak to you about the age of Gen- She-You Are the most exasperating man all fruits. No good fruit Nr 4YON:'l. :: .yl I.,' +hUTJlintJ' and itching WOtK"o> Wi"iLht 1. 10
\ ; ;,:'r ,,':;" i '. bo gtl
.IIliRonrs on earth. Here I scold yn for half an hour .,",'v. ..:J1t; : after nIght I- the'E.atiakc .... .
and
you won't answer. Why don't you talk? J '" 1Jt'tj :;" .!
[ of laughter came from the lIe-l never use strong language in tbe can be raised without \ } ?::.'iiii' all: night and scfcer adfida: {i
students. presence of n.ladf.-lndianapolis Journal. '/ .
'". '#1. i ..",....,. ...:fh.i: .;: -uo5t! g o wild. I'M'REMEDIES atte ,.ht'of JL'f
'Genesis is '. \
not so old as \ \\ .: .J'" -
you suppose Con't Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Lifo Away. Potash. .'\\ \ .. ::.1'- '1 il! ,'i1KA ; ;: gcT,4y' ",31,3 of-
continued the professor. To quit lot.acco easily and forever, be magnetic : Noti "'
., More roars so long continued, indeed full of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- gave them H thorough t"t.;t. *:lId? ?rt''r a few app1icatiJr.f f'

; that the worthy man had time to Sac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak mea : Fertilizers: containing at least the redness and :.,iiain.-sc: lusappear }ieforected .J-b.J ,

think before he made the next remark. Etrong. All druggists or '1. CUt fuai..-. IIeaUSetl it .
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teed. Booklet one box there was r.oi: a *'yot E :.zeaaft.. ...\.

I R He said timidly-and he managed to Sterling Remedy and Co., Chicago sample or free New York..A'Mr"a' j 8 to ioo; of Potash will give assert that :$ ? oo worth..f CUTICURA REMLDIThere esidents I.. w..
hit the mark this time:
l "I be the his LCCM :io sit:i of its return anvwhere .\i t (
of .
not
may thinking same "Wasted."Don't o jj
:. best results on all fruits. Write since I wrot .'cn I was euro! nearly four -- '
.t Genesis as you are! -Collier's Week- keep tellin' po' folk how SOlr YOU ) year "'"
,&. ly. Is has you can't help Vm" Uutla Kli<'n. "Di->' month passes l but v;I at T I receive a letter or sor i*"'*1. );
too much trouble of der own to 'top an' ,
sympathize wid you."-\\' l1i1i..:('n Star. for our pamphlets, which ought wishes to kncv how I got cured: if I had ECT:; Washing:
A
Famous Western Capitalist. -- --
i Among the progressive element for Catarrh Cannot "be Cnrc.l the cure has been iicrmc nent, etc. etc. I!l 1r1'ilons t crow '

which the middle West is famous, Mr. with local applications All they cgnnntreach tobe in every farmers library. I enlightening theta: the hest T ran ,.,:-C'j. De }ouaeTuesdJ:
the seatof the disease Catarrh 1n blood II r
ort'onstitutionll.l t he .-
.f, John 0. IIubinger, of Keokuk, Iowa, disease!' and in ordi,'r to cure 'I JOH.I D PORTE, Pi uitman."it t.l .
without As manufacturer It you must take Internal ri'mfHliv': ''. II"l1' They arc sent free.
is peer. Catarrh Cure Is taken internal: and attdirectlyon i- I Of JOHN D. :PORTE! & Co., Real Est,\/tteturned. {tl'elr
r i as an enterprising capitalist and as a the blood and mucous"urfjicr> i ..Il's 428 FouJ 'ere were
philanthropist his fame has spread Catarrh Cure i.isDot.-xonac-k aiedinr' Itwasprescribed | GER.JK.U: \VOkKS. -
H \
,.r by"on of the best iiUyvjci-ins in i I _.vrT;t and levy
over many States. Although but this country for year-, a'.dia regular pro- '' ____-2'3 Nassau_St., New \or*. The agonizing itching and burning of the skiny.ay, rnor
: fortyaevenyears of age, he can look pcription. IttslOIOJ1o..e of the l kno\\'n.l"omblnt'd the bl sthinod ,
t; back upon scores. of commercial acting directly (,n tho mutous .surfaces pirtllrs Tho iJ-- disfigurement, as in pimples and ringworm,fbueAatI Vthe _.:
victories, each one of which has benefited perfect combination of the t-volnirrt-diont- C : anxiety of vora-out pnt3: as in milk crust, : he
what produces such wonderful rfultin cur- | : a of almost virtues to saccessfcetedbv\
remedy superhuman
mankind, for his liberality is as ing catarrh.:' S,iidtortcStimnnith.terr. Just aj cL ap :i i" Ink. I j. Cillrti'
bountiful as his business sagacity is F. J. CHENKY! & Co.. Prop, Toledo, O. | ifm 'CCU'Gaston
Sold by Dmt:;;ists'. price ,"''. A +
marvelous. Mr. Hubinger was born Hall's Family Pills are the bet. j HOOK AU.YT.S: W\TKP FOR I V 'I
:
t in New Orleans, La., his parents be- .' the t.ui and !*..I 'L'liel1r.Jt! Ux>k: ert.r I'uD'Uud, I .J!
ing of French and German origin. Al- Mrs. Wlnslow's, Southing, Pyrufor: n'la.m.ciiilJ'ii.ftteething r- ,
f\Oft.m'l the gums redui-fh Echoes f'mith' .
most before reaching man's estate he tlon, allays, pain., urvs wind. echo Y:c. a hOLt!". .'Pulpit l1e"'
secured patents on a number of valuable --- -- I I ::: lleigh...
i -
Her Definition. I on UYIHt; TKPTJK Fein !IKi!) ANBMr. IIFART.
mechanical inventions, thereby 1 l'.na.ninR MIHIUl'K l<-.. >.""."",. with Len !
lie-What ia flirtation? ;i ThIllh"J iC Ie"S J'e..naJ rswrire..tr as told DOl ; .
laying the foundation of his present She-Attention without IntcDium. h!,'to o I i. I Ar.
1) i.1TOO(1trill.wta.ntnpt.tidveyc '
fortune. News. I I 1/ !/ k

& His altenti3n was early directed to Frinmtelonr Koivl With Caaearrts. :j, ..... ,: .i.J .. I'{"Y.('II.\...!.=...F.. i +, 'lIJricld
Candy Cathaitl', cur constlpntion fotor-r. i i, "Van iBfrCau.I y.:*.. t.. .t no.: ;M'.l "vitffOTT. .ro.s j 'reme'l
i
manufacture of starch -: It i \ .I' Ketnedws
the by improved '' : t. > aro snob stands proven beyond-
]( ,roc. If C. .. .
c C.C.tall.drufltiBrelubdiD'>ii-; I: .nil P.'w '0111", .' a..riu ':u'' Fri ; 1 +aOmnre ;oo
i ji' processes, and in the course of time l i il,: \(.!cT.. tl.ltiTlfl-ti." end. w' .r..rn ',.,,!,. ing 'hem that is not justified by the str i' lS t.\ a.
;.' he became the head of havIng IL.rrcuee-e hurvft iir.ie firgru: Senu for tern .to i i thepowortoacrd: !? relief the __
a concern Getting Up Socially."She i A. 1' V. UUTHlNt IO.N A 1U.. Ilur-ford. tone.t stiltluu'i .
I ab'oluto safety and ha -'. .
!
great jo
millionsOf -- economy
an annual business of is certainly risiucin the social sc.tlJ'"Yes. !1------- C.
." 1i humor remotes of the civilized wofiintl ... W'. e'
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(i dollars. "Oh. 'e" indeed! She I"i niuVl: ed l>r a !>-t- i i r MILLS, PcruoKiical, ardls adapted to the yo t, usea
lr ter cl fI'I.ol people each succeeding: : yenr | Bathe the affected with hot water j
: parts a
n. case:
Detroit 01 ourtl al. !
''II.LA11 r Evaporators, of crusts and scales, and soften the thic +ccess. ..
To Cure Constipation Forever. 14 and tpnly CCTICUE Ointment freely tQ T
KETTLES !
Take Cescnrets Candr Callinrtlc iOe ir 25c. and E'JOthiu.l heal, and lastly take, I

If l.. C. C. fall to cure diupcl"ierffi.udni"tey.Give I ENQLNLS B05LERS! AND SAW M&iS, i iI I bJOfnl. ''"hi* swftet and wholesome trcaU \ I 11 J \.

mo health and, day r..-.11 will mAke sleep ire the severest farms of eczema: and. 7 ,
k i ridiculous the pomp of emper /rs Emerson. AM> KEPAIKS FOK SAME.BrJ I cf the skiu. scdlp, :nd blood, and pin t
Gr .. l Twine, IJabbll Caw T"eth ann ; R \
"
I cure when all other remedies and eyenPBT : ; \:; ..
VITALITY low debilitated oreshausteil:: cured Injectors,
: File, Shafting, rul'.eyd.Keltinc I Ii
i-ri'-e 5.23 CCTICCRARKSOLVENT So
or, : ;
by lr. Kline's Invtco-atlng 1'rn1e. FBKB: $1 ; .t 1'(1t5kJf' .
1 trial lottle for 2.....ek..'treatment. Dr. Klln, i l'ipee, Viva and Fitting. I ft-c., still throughout thqb .-llJne of f

Ld.,!JJIArl.'h: I'hiladelph'i. l'ouu.1eo11s1.. 1,011 BARE IR01'ORhS\\ & jprLY! CO., !i aside rrons., PorrEE DUUG AND 1'511ILUON '.'

\Ve have not been without Pi- '" C'ure for ;'-
Consumption for 3J years.-LIZ/IS KKKUEI, ,! AUGUSTAffUtkaal.ultm.K.1nf.ri.uJ4 u4.Kalnr'e -- \ ..t\ i; o
Camp St.. Harrisburg, Pa., May 4, 1891. i r.AJI S'ri .-- !

I IYI'.R1l'h. : arft,ti R 1t"tl.1tlI Cee CuricuRA pcc1i1Slveltorb: : : : .,
There i* no genius in life like the genius of ?t I vpr0I
I ,rl'4'11'i' Lttsarrood Ewocfist, and most refreshing of nun .; ;
energy mid activity.How I FAO a; -'WittA; rely i:'s. obtained from CUTICTTRV. the gre 111 I -. '
aL tiid Are Tonr Kidneys tDr. I :e. S EEDS ( I distressing heat rashes chaflnjta;inns; !
Pills rare all kidney Ills.San tions of the ucilp, with dry thin an.' \
pie tree. Add.5terling Ucu-wl Co..CUicuxo or X.V. to laber' SfIttI'l are W, .%,,Qt.I: to PrAau. nails and simple Infcntila hump n,,..:HaSm _
,.titT\t'*,
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In Westminster Abbey 1,173 bodies have f bjirowio iiObil hcl llll 1' ><.an; J & ; eebra] i ::1I
Uiihlcolt.< 1\'!".. 173 baa. barns' and Hi l..veey.
been buried. sadWIng.Miaa..bygr.wiad:: .ib..h.Salxer'oora uurt' STOP TOEQLeCc&( timood COF'f.'n
;
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per.et*. if jon doubt wril&IIlta. W*gut u pia I ; lost
100,000 new enitamcn. tttmtx ..illad aD trial ;t. .,
JOHN C. HCBrWGELWhile It injures nervous system to 0 foods 1CtiliOiithe
10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR lOo. that lEALL : -
r only cure
A I' t 13 pip of'". farm Bait Bub ti. l+.... and notifies: y"n when to top."kKvUJ2 ..e\'el1"
Mr. Hubinger is devoting his Cold at once, C"D-Spe'_'&.,[,'rviociuc 0 buih.gad.nd.tool bay ara'.tee that thr eboT.>gwll3iaii .O lOUt. I CAt) "' .ft.,.

Cures a Cough or per""cre > eow aaol barley. Rr.maaia.rauathe f ,-
of .. .. Is bleiindh.'m '
best energies to the manufacture n Conquers Croup without fail. frnlrfl cr. earth; &ll r UI a ICO-CURD vegei r"
*'Ion'.Ac, has Cured thiu.a.dL i' m
KV >
Rape.Sprier indodlnf ur D m-
his new. and wonderful product, this 15 Is the best for Bronchitis. and moth hlul.t'roitaailSwd I mulnj.emergeaswt Ctl d,,TwuTTrmi drn +lst< or by m,,ll Ti\\ '.- *
will interfere with the exercise of Hoarseness. Whooping-CouRh.Consumption. SaUcr1, Gnat Mllllaa_Dsll.rI'.tula ,l a box; 41 boxes 5", $I. Booklet fre-. -' l CEUMEKA I SU P t-s IiI
up. for the cure of all milled fur lOo. se: .
the splendid hospitality which he, his Mothers praise it. Doctors, prescribe results. it 6..gi'.ta.e.el.Oabbl.aadup.Please p.o'm.ey worth_ |1010110"1'\.. CHEMICAL. Co.. La Cros t!<.j...:VVti. \ake I .; ..S; .
Small doses; quick sure to'
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wife and his four children dispense at e5 pt.i.._h..,...da. i I .x. 'i #
Lie ooed..I\.OI.: DROPSYN&WDISCOV "
their palatial Eeokulc home. sen6this Caulnr> I dr. nlth &lolle,t.c. c__ Book uf Minmoniaii and 10 dny.' ,
I I. tlOc.toSaleer. Free. Br. H. H. 6 EES'S sons lies B..- ae .
kRYAXT STRATTON (BookkeepinKinrci'nPflraL ; J G. C. i
An apparatus has been devised for !! uJ8TlIHihorthIv1'! ; If I In writifll]t a4mj ... .
UMIIi8jtUJiUSU, (T"I"lrrKl''Y ar'i'tedwit9 Thompson's, Eye Water Mention this Paper .
automatically! photographing peopleas |I; Ky. I AiB 1'Jcal-tIl.rooa: la.J1 Tgf
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they enter shops and other'1lac'u.: -.

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JULIA MORRISON ACQUITTED MANY BODIES AFLOAT Miss is As t r--


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I. Vessel Sunk In St. Mary's Bay a Are not entirely -wett. you ire f1l..1;;' ,

Jury Declared Her "Not Guilty" of the fur does not mean death's door. & if ; :: Mrs. E.
Difficult to Identify "
t-- of*wearin ss, A' tired f feeling" : IS visi''

with nameless, :.son,
Ii t der of Frank Leiden. painsandsuffer.
90% of cases the blood is to blame. : { ,. Constiptrouble
WORK OF RESCUE LON DELAYED ...
SarsaparZLa is Nature's corrective I .:. ar

Before 1 o'clock the courtroom was &,.s of the bW J. l entembe' .'ai disease.

i t CLOSINGSCENESDBAHATIC again crowded to its utmost limits with Photograph Washed A'hors Represent a certain cu

men aud women, and them .
among Seaman TVenrlnc a Cap Upon WhichAre = : disorder.I
i there was but one general expectation, : I
th. Letter "3. M. S. Falke." I )' .
After the Verdict Was Rendered the verdict would be an acquittal, in "."

which events proved the belief was
Hiss Morrison Made a well founded, Advices from St. Johns, N. F., under (' Printing OiIl ce. '' J. JEp.chant of

Speech of Thanks.The At 3 o'clock the prisoner arrived at date of Sunday were to the effect government printing office .: ,
the courtroom and exhibited an air of about $2,000,000, and it is county'looking
that the gale had not blown itself r
yet after its
even
supreme confidence that she would completion it _
Julia Morrison case, which has leave it free to go where she pleased, out, and the sea was still too rough to be large enough to meet the ] s: If
your
ifrt instead of retracing the unhappy routeto allow boats to get near the wreck in upon it. The new building
been on trial in the circuit court atXP" j bowels i
the Hamilton county jail. St. eight stories inf height and ita
Chattanooga, was given to the ;jury at While the jury was deliberating the Mary's bay. will be about nine acres. feel well,

t noon Wednesday in an exhaustive court was busy with other cases on the As yet there is nothing to show the will sustains; load of 83- Bitters.moving.

ti Charge: from the court. Great inter-I regular docket.At name of the vessel. Ten bodies have pounds.

::.t was taken in the closing scenes of 4 o'clock the Morrison jury was been located among the rocks and t Starke I
minutes in all the time
,.': celebrated trial. The courtroom I ushered il:. A deathlike stillness en- others can be seen floating about. PTTTJUM FACELU Dixa.required Sold by to ..

packed with curious humanity' sued and their faces were searched and Plans have been made for recoveringthese '. Ralph

Il long '_cfore the judge called the lawyers I researched by hundreds of pairs of as soon as the weather permits, A Youthful Schemer.. young: r

i to attention and ordered the trial eyes that the verdict might be read, if and it may then be possible to get at Ohio, w
I -I bought this tlcj to make
f' to proce1. I; possible, in the countenance. For the name of the steamer from piecesof : nr_ money of

The iiiorning hour was taken up seven days that same group of twelve beats wedged in the clefts of the Bean-How's that? home
!' )-I expect toniveme ten cents <
yon
with the of had been scrutinized thous- rocks.A : departec5P
concluding argument counsel men by himup ever time you come to see
... two for .Le defense and one for the ands of spectators in Judge Estill'scourt photograph which had been wash- : awful s"v.-Ohio State Jour- .

ptate. The first speaker was William to note the effect, ii any, upon ed ashore, apparently from the wreck,

Camming: for the defense, who followed them by each telling piece of evidenceand represents a seaman wearing a cap Beauty Is DIooijl Deep. | section,

: tht; same lines pursued by his each convincing point of logic upon which are the letters "S. M. S. :! Mood It.means a dean skin. No U protract
: CaacarrtqCandy Cathar-
'" associate ccui-pei of the day before. enunciated by the lawyers who spoke :Falke." your blood and keep It clean, by R Iriends

( The great speech for the defense was in justification or condemnation of her It appears that the ship's funnelwas np the lazy liver ami driving all Im f county

made 1 Color.el Joe Chit, the patri- alleged crime. banded red, white and black witha from the body. Begin to-day to [I restore

'Y.J' '". art of the Chattanooga bar, and inV Never perhaps in any courtroom dida white diamond. This funnel could sickly] ,bilious boils.bloteses complexion blackheads taking, r.

-* his li'jue: one of the most powerful more mobile, stoic and expressionless not be that of the Falke, as she, beinga ,-beauty for ten '-wits. All drug You

\ criminal plea,lens in the state set of human faces appear in a North German Lloyd liner, would guaracte.-, lOc, 25c.50c-() buy Oi :

-** \ The jrairs interest of the morning jury box. The best reader of char- have a yellow funnel. It is also f and IGaskir

\ center-id in thitj t "eedi, and when acter was set at defiance, for not in a thought that the photograph might be Buller Dismissed the Cues, -: i

Cclonol Cit sro< to begin his argu- single instance did one of the twelve one of a seaman on the German war- vcrs BuIIer is credited with : 15 I

Tneit, he .. as:: greeted by loud and pro- faces in the jury circle betray the feel ship Falke, or one taken while the that type of officer whose I 1: youar

:fontr'a aIn'lee, which brought an ing of the heart and head. So they owner was on the other Falke. bill' is rather more likely 1 :! 'It isthe t'

".order "row the judge to the sheriff to came through the aisle before the The funnels most closely resembling to be larje.; That he Is not ; : nv

V*. nest the m(!n ;\J) Jau( il";. judge and when, after responding to that of the wreck are those of the I who will allow any ordinary ; for bo

r"I.. will 1Jac' to arrcat; il vbole their names, Judge Estill said: American Petroleum company, which to swerv* him from : onetVant
.
.. court I are banded black red white and thinks Is his duty was shown
room'ant v:r:3 the shc''i5 and "fientlemen, have you agreed upon ;. stMr.:
thtte. was nnotlub.irst: of af:,:.l...e. I a verdict?" black, antI the vessel certainly had a in hid house not long ago. i

After brief exordial, Colo-.v'': lift "We have," replied Foreman Mc- lot of petroleum on board, as the : well known man was pres- j.f.;' .

I rucoeJed to a review of the ev:.1,,r.ce !1 Nabb. ocean is covered with it, causing hundreds 1 told an anecdote which was : Maggtheh

ihe 1 b-odght: out into iJo\': _fu: : "What is your verdict?" asked the of birds to perish.It color" that the Ladies were ex .

1 ht,.end the jury vas ni a'l tenses at-I co'irt is believed in New York that the I displeased and' 'distressed. <
\
1 .i"e' and tlio oughly impressed I' "Not guilty," was the answer. wrecked vessel: is one of three oil dinner was over Sir Redvers Lake

I eh .with too company at Peeks- : :Miss Morrison, who had leaned far steamers chartered or owned by the belL o'clocof

N..,,. ,-, where they started oared ;i over in her chair, caught the low re- Standard Oil company. ."s carriage," he ordered when thimony:

l followed heiu to Chati !: spouse of the foreman, and the effect appeared. .

\ i iced the daily Jnsults and i, of hid; ,cords upon her were dramatic LONDON WILDLY PATRIOTIC. not expect my brougham so

tp s.: Leiden had applied to 1! in the extreme. She leaned back in Mr. A., and there was a If

o : threats to do her bode I j I her cLair and closed ucr eyes, while Departure of \"oluntf'erll1811e:: the Occa- I defiance In his eyes. 4 give'trial '(

floaliy ut Chattanooga i j her face turned: from the whiteness of lonof Great Veinonirn' I did not reply, but he took .

.. her. down and threaten- death to almost a crimson hue. Remarkable scerj" c. patriotismwere the arm and led him gently If it (

,., .- I.j Tho crowd in the court room cheered witnessed iciondrr. oatutday I hall. "It Is time for you to e tioncure'

he was going to the ';;, and a rush was made toward the evening after a shr.rt strike held for said quietly, and his guest _;,_

1i'hor part, though !j woman to congratulate her. the volunteers in .:t. Paul' '!;.thCl':P!1. I I i third
qlknesfJ: to 'Bichtestified J Advancing to a position just in ent."A ...
...a' he ad- !j front of Judge Eatiil, Miss Morrison Though many stirring! a.ues h. ve I .1 treat
marked the departure of British
1f. a drawu stick as delivered in a most touching and elo- : .j ] f quin:
\, had uo pistol in quent manner a brief speech, which troops for the front dl1ri1b receat | ches
months this outburst of
t fled by several she had evidently prepared, for she I patriotism., 'I. ings
tho occasion of the of
on starting th f
|saw tho pistol! 1| spoko rather rapidly and without hes- it.
London volunteers, was i itatiou.
lureeJ her acd She paid: and
since the
'cane.desperation. |i "May it please your honor, I wish jubilee. t
The vast audience slow dis- Gas'Stal
was to '
i
to than! and the !
| you gentlemen of I :
.
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Ladies :
'.bOdHY !lJjn- tho jury find ail who were instrumentalin perse. stood upon the chairs 7
beckoning and calling to brothers, :
!
surchargedjjuries acquittal today for your jasi andgmerouE
sons and friends in the ranks the latter i ,
she ,i't decision.! May God in His
signaling back. A of ,
scene
td drawing I' mercy be ever as jut to you and yours I animation ensued. The great introduced :
tried as you have been to me today. In the organist 'i Plnkham Hot w CIa
few bars of the national
I a
l n same measure!' I wish to thank myattorneys I cou
I anthem in the COl"rospontfeno Is
concluding :
voluntary. "
:
.t to : for their noble efforts in my < bro
The eff-ct of this was magical. :First i ; ,. her
own
;ad. behalf. As for the prosecution I wishto I srz err the
the volunteers and then the
'1 say that I fully fo--pive them and congrega- .
tion took EFDi
up the strains, and too vast !
Ie bear them no malice for their strenuous I
I cathedral filled with enthusiastic
was woman on tills
.'o Ii efforts for my conviction.
.1-' i I i ";s to my persecutors (turning toward soug. should under ofW

Mrs. George J. Antz, tho beautiful : These demonstrations were renewed that sho Dan write (
by immense crowds outsHe.
-I: sister of the lead actor, who wasovercome Paul's churchyard and Ludgate Hill St. I to Mrs. Ph ki ant .
with emotion and suffusedn
.. black with and it her
I ; tears), I leave them to their conRcitincea were people, was 'I physical coal ar
\j'- and their Gou. To the poor impossible for the volunteers to march. I because KSrsm Pink- be(
Individual members % ; ,
bereaved sister I say that God knows were pulled cut s be<
of the ranks their friends and
by adj j
.hat were it in my power to restore w
'oftvather hirers', who raised them on their j (
to her I would certainly I (
"heal} shoulders and thus carried them oo-vn I we man beT
** -v" Fleet street to the temple. Those who I! :
__.. .:'Mrs. James at once repaired
_Tfhopik house, where they had escaped hositing proceeded blowly, : :. ffirs. Psnk- cit
the first of their surrounded by cliiiging: women. <
copped on night ap.ttianaa I violates
in Chattanooga, and where Afterwards at the various theaters I con- tl l:

.will remain for a time. I where the men were entertained and I and because sho eI

to l I yet Ittttr en returning to the barracks, I L more about tile ails S1.

;li Rl'S REACH::'' I these scenes were renewed and tile than any other 1 u:
i
JLS'flY11'ION.1 streets were filled until midnight with in this
cheering people. cc / try. a1
'adrrnt Seat of \Vnr Expected to -
.Iii. Alter the itiaation.fon'en E. Pl"kham's tl
I nou n BALE DI +CUSED.; a
*?; opccial says: During the Compound has .:.
-- e
'Ijudc di :'./parent military iaactivpd I( The ComiiiUftlonrrt, of Agriculture Were : a million $iak wo-
of'Mal Lord Roberts : J:
secrecy
IlTilI OU the (JUBtioil. Every neighbor
,L..rJ Kitchen6: irrlred at j (
A spirited debate on a resolution almost
/seat tit war I* !, absumed that : ;! every .
$ favoring_ the lonnd bale marred the
'r ';loir by 30,000 ooaiaias women (
i \ .Dion, supports final
( session of the Cotton States' As-
"1'eu ?bo areG. *" .*.rive in j I sncia ion of Commissioners of Agriculture e>f pain by tills 1,

ifri..a wr -: thirty dajp f will I j j1e at New Orleans. The rsaocia- medicine.
situ ti( anti[ 1iat t,e fouiih 'j tion i
'I' declined to commit itself to ,.
ap
tof .
tLo .via witness
campa' } )
lrovalof the round bale, but r. loptedthe
: fi i-g: f.vo:(* >s fur the I "
resolution- PO far AR it appeals; for LES .
,
4} a. -- i improved iretaods :r. Dandling n Llon. t ,
'
VIARDStheBrUUHU' TUIt't.r 1)OP'i.nesnd I -- ._- J
f ] ..the tortureoff die damned I
TO SIDE.TJ\iA:: SILI'R.ryan Ir
b Caltl1Rn +(.e.s' R J file brought {n by constipa
which 1II"U afflicted
for
twenty
\'f .fc:. ...ont. j jItjir across your CASCAKLTS In the
WII Ee AIt.o frlaKC i rlal- a.
/ : : .o la., and never found \
corresponded' T"e j sny: thing
htn Tody I am eD,11 elf Tree
3' anti Trn i itn Stria i Iasr.e.:_ :: from
Alegraph] says.Three like a new man." i

t'. 'iredSpanis' ldiarsi I In connection w'ill the approaching 1411 Jones St.,Sioux City,U. tf.

'. a war have offctenBntiii +' -r visit" of William Jennings Bryan tow CANDY

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of'ill beast'r : .. -'viairman of the Democratic

resign Lib seal 1 nCougreesman -'.!Uve committee-that is, to Pala&able. Po&el&. ...a.w QtCf. Dertoe.loolbchoe. {\
S.'i :. riansm and trusts the mainalpe Icbu.Weu.a.or'G .

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E. E. Canova, of Sander- :1 a very pleasant chat with Dr. Foul Play Suspected, but ;, Your Kidneys. :: i'-
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I son, is visiting relatives here I Sol Newsom, ot Providence, while I Does Not bear Out Suspicion. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. i ,r' .
he was in town last week, attending i Considerable excitement "1W ; ;

1 1 Constipation leads to liver court. The doctor spent '!caused. here Friday morning by Lr i iT I All the blood in your body i" I

I trouble: and torpid I liver to Uright's I the holidays with his daughter at the announcement that the threeyearold I i your kidneys once every three minutes.d.. -1 t

Disease. Prickly Ash Bitters is' a DeLand and was greatly impressed child of Mrs. J. M. McCloud I I, The kidneys are your ,
I I h blood purifiers.they filter j:
I'pertain cure at any stage of the by the good roads the people had been drowned in \ II I, I out the waste or "'!..

"dis rder. Sold by Starke DrugJ ot that section have built for them i Oak branch, eight miles northwest impurities in the blood.If l

selves. He thinks we are I of town, under circumstances ; ; I they are sick or out
of order,they fail to do .
allowing ourselves to fall behind 'that gave rise to suspicion. Neighbors 'de their work. ... '
; J E. Perry, a prosperous mer- the times by our failure to give attention sent word to Sheriff I Pains,aches and rheumatism '" '
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Ichant of the western part of the : to this important factor in of the drowning and asked that come from ex-i, .wr ,i I

Ibountyvas in town Monday. latter-day progress. The doctor matter be investigated Only Knows cess of uric acid in the
; after business blood, due to neglected i-i: I
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t. looking 1, affairs. expressed himself as heartily in The matter was taken up at j suftfrinR from falling of the kidney trouble. I

If your stomach is disordered, favor of a movement toward the by the sheriff, and Justice ft. :.-*. o-hiti'S any.disease painful of the or distinctly irregular Kidney trouble causes quick or uhsteady '
improvement of Gardiner ex-officio coroner, ;".!S. Am.nmaysympa- : heart beats, and makes one feel as though !
,bowels irregular, and you don'tHeel our county highways or r '/ hat I:"" car n"t know the I had heart !
they trouble because the heart is
well need and said he was ready at summoned to hold an inquest. I ; sh" jjoc,* thronh-the; terribe: ttl'i
you Prickly Ash Tsf, so patiently borne which over-working in pumping thick. kidney-
Bitters., It is very effective in removing any time to vote and work for the Mrs McCloud. mother of ler of bf.iuty, hope and happi- poisoned blood through veins and arteries. '.
? this condition. Sold bv issuance of bonds for good roads. drowned child, was formerly Mrs.Joel Yet:.. the iufftrins; really is It used to be considered that only urinary* 4' :,
Co. 4 The TELEGRAIMI believes the George. It wi'l' be troubles were to be traced to the kidneys '\

f'Starke. Drug -T. Ll.Ralph progressive citizens of every that Joel George committed McELREE'Swill but constitutional now modern science diseases proves have their that beginning nearlyall I J tr,

;-- R. Miller, a prominent section of the county share the early one morning five or six in kidney trouble. ... I .
fyoung railroad man of Cincinnati, sentiments of Dr. Newsom, and ago after ha'il'indulged in 01 Cardui If you are sick you can make no mis:At..' i* ;'..I':
that ail that the before in Starke by first doctoring your kidneys. The m I. --C ff
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0bio, who has been a guest at the noneeded to put spree and the extraordinary effect of Dr. K.'r- : a: ?e
dome of Mr and Mrs. E. Strong, the good roads movement on a the way home his horse ran away banish it. This medicine I Swamp-Root, the great kidney r"z. .- '. ,-
firm foundation and when George became sober all female diseases" quick- ,
departed Tuesday for home. is a little organized soon realized. It stands the high .
J --- effort. I found that his little boy, who permanently.; It does away wonderful cures of the most d.st; r'v.. .-.. { '

'[ S. P. Crews, of the \Vater Oak Let some one take the matterup left town with him, was missing.He Immitiating'physical. The treatment exami be and is sold on its merits r:f:. _- t. .. 2t\-

section, is improving slowly after a and l Ids go to work for improvement supposed the child had at home. There is not may con I by all druggists in ftity- fo' .". ,. ,:' ... "J

!protracted illness. His many killed in the runaway, and in a expense and trouble. The I es.cent and You one-dollar may have a- _?i ::";.:r, .r;;;: ........,....l,*' .' .

jlriends here and elsewhere in the -- -- of remorse took his own life. is cured and stays cured. sample bottle by mail H."'... r* III.."....,:.',' : iTViNfa ?
of Cardui is .
( hope that he be Providence. boy turned all right afterward becoming free also pamphlet telling yv hr\- ,. I -'';"> -#
[county may soon up remedy for all troubles of if have ., .._ JV
out kidney or ccer
[restored to health. been rescued from the class. It costs but $ from you I
Prof. Churchwell has started a having runaway i any f
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Mention this gaper: when V.-"h.g i ; t.: : a )
which by a neighbor who I & Co., N. y .
singing society meets every Bingharmon. I
advice in .. ,
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you first Sunday. driving along same directions address, the - -- ---- ., ,
Jbuy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Mr. Gardner, of Boston, Mass., the tragic death ot Advisory Department turers of v.: EI fee's '' "'us Or- -;:: ;,: "\" ;-- -

Diarrhoea Remedy. J. L.- is visiting his sister, Mrs W. O. his widow was married to Chattanooga Medicine -Co., dui and Thedford's l':.:;.k L..: _,- ) .. i.,4 .,
I land will refund your money if Coker, and to this union the Tenn. 4'" J
Clyatt. i The TELEGRAPH ", j- lip< :-. received 1 -
I are not satisfied after it.tIt found in Water .C.J. WEST, NlUlh dUe.Tenn.. -11I....(:f,
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you Rev. Barnett of floating -"This wonderful frail '
medicine
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is everywhere admitted to be branch'last born. in every house where there are girls -1'.1" t
Baptist church, has moved his Friday was .'' which consists ',..t"e : "I ...> .,"".",:..... .. f ,,:
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the most successful remedy in use family to our village and will ]livehere marriage was not a happy one }paper, 13x20 :' .' ,.,.: 1. '. .-.' oJ" .- ....{" "'",

for bowel complaints and the only in the future. a divorce suit soon followed, -- fastened to.-'PI' .-.- r, ; ,. ,.- j.. ,1 ..1. I
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one that never fails. It is pleasant Noah Tavlor is very sick. resulted in the dissolution of the winter as she had the strip and{ a >.. .-.- :.v. r ,,.;."..i/'t'P. ...jIf "".... I' :P.... .

safe and reI iable. Thomas Ficldes, who has had a marital bonds. Following the she said that they I E f1 she". (', .tu-.; 'htoi +4-w. _.;;. ..:.../1'. J i
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severe attack of hiccoughs, is getting vorce Mrs Coker became Mrs. been able to buy shoes and I one iit-.t1' > i. ;, .. .,...,..;<.[.. .- ..."'iJ' ,'"' .""Iot...-"''
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Joseph
well. M. McCloud. Many stories concerning clothing for all the children .hat CUP. !"*. 'fa s- --" .. .' ..''": ... .r'.j""- L ,.-
Maggie Young were married at Charles Fralick has had a severer her neglect of the but intended to provide"! Under rite *Vrc- -. ft' : .
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the home of Mr. Thompson, child have been told in the neighborhood later She final1! :... . ; f ...... .
attack of rheumatism, but is now one : hignr" > n.; ..., -. '" "' ( .n -'fL (! >
Lake Butler, last Sunday at 3 and it this nerr'' ct I that she did feel .. r ey. ,: J I
able to be out again. was < not as un-' I \\ f't "r," ', for .. \ r
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o'clock. Elder W. F. Malphursof which is said to have amc ; I this child she did for .. ,. .. ; ,"q-- or J.
Quail are plentiful hereabouts. as '.". '1r T_ 11-""., .
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this city performed the cere almost to cruelty at 'lies: children beC1.it ,,. -I l'' .' I.. ... a14. .
Eddie Clyatt went gunning one i I r .. .1 ':.,> ...1': ._ :11I.r..... are ,. -t: i i'sl ?
mony. aroused wh' he .- had treated her In.-ilv. .. :>T : -:
evening and killed forty. suspicion > j ; : \.J z ;' lt31'd a f vlnew an
If troubled with rheumatism Since the cold snap our people of the drowning gain :U' : of the motel's'(''!!'eo* !,I.':\1 J 5 'I! it ...-, .c ,';\.'fired .bts t3 war ,:

:give Chamberlain's Pain Balm have been greasy up to their eyes, in the neighbor i i. child were not !.. kinf 1'1. l!, "'t".,.,,,';..,_ .,' j"1- "I"e."_ ,J c.' t _..: :tat; lr'peopr
a eating back-bone, ribs and Upon reachir lie', ne ,f I progress of :ht. h\; .::.ir. !, b' ', > ", 'h.'t'lto'I.I.. inc (it thefsq'io
It will spare '
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t|if it does no good. One application sausage .I ; tilitia'} .
paneled '1 jus -. : 1 : to either '
Farmers for ; miv connect she l t' ': --.0
are busy
will relieve the pain. It also I preparing ... eJ"n! ..nicW. : ho tied ..' .. .. .. .Wbb.. b r. i
sprains and bruises in another crop, and trom present indications following I with the baby's timely i' ,... .... ,. .:
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the will be in 0'S. IP the businesfker
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third the time required by other acreage r.-l-.g an'ufid-n.ri
(treatment cuts burns frostbites excess of last year. J. G. 'oh, I r> C '; 3. t-I 0 I jury returned} 's \c.- !TL ; : c.-i I by <. : ot.jr.cn: ate\ attepfo. ( "
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(quinsey, pains in the side and ?'cetl:1rr : .\ 'rhay. 'e"30., r .
fchest and other swellings flarriage at New Kiver. Tht fV'- i:a\: i ; '. ;. ;:: by accidental .1ro\\r '1, i ;". the T. hi"i 'Ir. Noin. r- '
glandular ..
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f are quickly cured by applying Elder W. F. Malphurs conducted cayr .ei-- the ettlemetpectedru "%} ,

jit. Every bottle warranteed. 25 services at New River Sunday, and I t'( !lUII'O SO;>M1 inV I- ;J Ji I A ne.o1c.: \ '-oia! _cterof: ; : thetiusedAV ,tw. .

hand cents. For sale by J. L. an incident that gave specia' inter- I llirntj I! J. X. Jo--.es.: t,.nricuv of : -*.. : Jt.'l .let tne.,rresidentS wli .
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Gaskins. est to the morning meeting wry: ; .firt.! v :> 'ew1I'h. lYiCkV. t ""t/fa'*. 111 il .- w Finc.de
the marriage just at. the cond'i I h-h'.d.! vas irn ail tcstifvr .-. I i an mph'itic: '.i.oir'al nfI i iirV.r-.', repo'r D41' &:
Csen"icc: I I :he ;ai h.rite, accnmp?!-.ie '
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Mr. J. H. Wooldridge and family sion of the of Mr. I I :rlerreet : !; tOuntlcPrrect. jn1.aD. TA

of Sneads, Fla have moved to M. Parker to Mrs. Gussie Mainea i jthrt of .' :-r children, had 1, his lanii'v { .on.. NeorV.; t J.1 _r. iiennti mi.*, 'I''-

|starke and are occupying the (nee Kellum.) :: !I i hoi car Friday m uning t 1 gf 'I ] < ;a. J)". Jo:v'" is JleckOr, made his :,-.A Wasb.inf';

Clark house, next door to the Mr. Parker is a 4 successful mer- 1:Jto t' j h: e of I'! e\:. Louis Tutch with hij famiiy! at 6ic Si. I tling in full c.'1lg et anus:;, crow '
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court house. Wooldridge is a chant at New River and enjoy j" who; : ?;\MtCloi: and, the tbilsir. AvenutXev York; his tapes: :- and i"']. Deule.Tu )
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brother to Mrs. Holman wife of the friendship and confidence oi j wo: to spend the: uuv. Tl H are in ?, tool, and lit. has The towtuitman'lthe'. "'.....

the beloved rector of St. Marks his fellow citizens to a rare degree. j i:::1.1 .ett :o of the older .dl;!:Irln .;i 1i1s o. ai : ndoning ns: I Ion :"laving ceturned.accurate. t tve, "

.Episcopal church, of this place. His bride is a daughter of former I v..iv' v.eto go to school at ; I' : lI home. Me will l an "'c : : ere' were* t _

,':.Dr. and Mrs. Holman are guests Treasurer J. W. kclluin. I pn .:r 1-. ir, and the 'okcrhild ? Stuck, aldJ .:Ml be III his I =.:---- -='= and J esto
Count !jiio-: : The older children the rest of the ';nter "ii by
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of Mr. and Mrs. Wooldridge, this as be n'prnp.1in '.nt as a ) mor
': week. teacher in thijrand adjou.ing coun i: inc' 'i'Ct"'i: to leave the Color U n1o.'n aiul: Citizen, Jan.; I Secrete at.IL! ,

-- ties. Both have a host; :t friends I at hoii. when they star ed ""' An tithe

t''The Kidneys cleanse the blood who wish for:them t'erhlessin 1 -oi i, -id the witness was I -Throbinjr- --Headache- I I.isheatl\etcd! l.bv c!

and on their activity depends the i; : 'irnr'oi;:; the morning f the h Iv'.ptV ", 'fca*
health of the body. If the liver A Successful Hunt, Party. t':. 'cat :r. lIe itturne-i; '',\ I <.1 quickly leave.you, it } ou I ihteTJv a-:( .

.:becomes so torpid that it interferes After court adjourntd last week i; -tit .'Jock! and found that' ; King's New Life Pills vitlit: ; ,.,

4)) with the work of the kidneys the Judge Call. Solicitor Hartridge, I U er 'Jitri: had gone !' : sc I l'J( I of sufferers have proved ;-<.. not.. i. '.
'd t. tla Cnker'ii'' t,.tf: :- merit for sick and ne-
'body suffers and dropsy results. Col. \V. T. Weeks, A V. Long :.
:: :sleigh.Crib.
.. ,The most valuable feature in the J. M.: Ah"arezV.. H. Anthony and, ;i .ss: 1 h** child hr.t'r.: .: e bej I Headaches. They make UDo.- -

',curative effect of Prickly Ash Bitters S. F. Hanford went out for a day's I are, .vher the br Tld. was -\- and strong nerves .ai\c I A .,.
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is its stimulating influence in sport near Alachua station. The ; :in : ay and gone U i';' -'Offi e j I :! your health. Easy to takj- II devtb l i,
'I Tson. liv.: supposed!: I ]. Only 25 centMoney; : Tutu ;PricJ l'
! the kidneys. It heals and strengthens party left here in a pi i vale C; 1'1'} .
, .- those organs so that they re- over the A.,' S. J.: & G. r;.sv\a! ia';:' j'ipe there again ar.'l 1 \\:1t j I not cured., Sold 1 i i'} ]. Ltlut] ; renter

sujne their blood cleaning and early Friday morning and .pe- oict.o l luk after: it. M..s. 1 j druggist. peg f ins N. ...
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\ urine functions. and intun..l I niin t! :it the child 1 \\' Jtstimula 1 !
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(: gathering purifies the day night huntn.: :- Weather Olcriiar. coi ;
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and the liver tones birds. .. n-.i'iiicre, anti he started .5 ,
|*; regulates up eating c.i'eiuL' 1n _
of the best ot the
: home to look vut the place j : usedrte
.. the stomach and digestion, and by The hunting in that sect -!n a J'ad
. i is the "Cardui! Weather .
second time. In the case"ccess. :
,a mild yet thorough cathartic pronounced fine by meml:-is crossing .. : : -- ..
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and bilious im- fim- shot. he espied the foot of the 1
.. effect all poisons the party; as they are all : I 't'
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l lo.r the surface of the water in
'purities in the bowels are driven all the birds were killed that I': : :: I
Compar.j !IC ""y!:' ..c-j j i'
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uo'G' near
. out. It quickly restores strengthand law allows. c-p _--:1 a I HPI
ailed! to :Mrs. Tison io come -- -
and health. Sold by Starke Drug -- -

: CO A Frightful Blunder Hiey got the rl.ikl out 01 the ANC! I ., \bh '-
''l.. found there E'.s E- I .
" ". Will often cause a hvriablr er aud tit were, i IG I i '
Robbed the Grave. Birk light sign. (i ":e, hi- 'I! I \ I Ii 1-
scald bruise. ,- '
burn
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if' A startling incident, of which len's Arnica Salve, the best m the} > restore it proved unarm;!-ng; i \ L' I' ju.received. ... 'W'i ii \ SsfVi !
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Mr. John Oliver' of Philadelphia, world, will kill the pain and promptly M'-CJotui'f, statement wis r.1:1.kh \". ,'le.. :-."-. :'rI.:- ;--.'"lS"J: I I

was the subject, is narrated by heal it. Cures old sores. fever great cfwetness! a'Mi is psoba-: ; i J.'I") M-n-irs and'i1_ i Mire;
t him follows "I in most boils felons I .' ', a true SUit+ lent oft q"- ''ir: \" i
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was ulcers ccrn
as : sores, .I1ProrCOFF
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, '. dreadful condition. My skin was I all skin eruptions. Best r.Ie! cur...1 I r i.nces sum h.g th} ; '-'- ,">t5'!- .- :: .,I'l l....d. fhey Up j" I -. '

almost bo r the child. C's CK"p t<-si : .. .. t \
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yellow, eyes tongue I Ion earth. Only 25 ctsa : "-' .... ;
" coated, pain continually in back I I Cure guaranteed Sold 1 1'/ J. L.Gaskins cd that the chli'J: v :-" tt. .ij---,Jsiasm H

. and sides, no appetite-gradually druggist. I diem and tnat ht. !I. : "- :- r.: r -
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j I / I mouse when they_start' : :' ... .Ctillg EKglebrat f> "& ,
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For- I I want ;let the people who suffer The presumption is tlf .: : : most .
i i. physicians had given me up. I itself alone ,.. torl't:: that we:have: ods i I '
1 from rheumatism and sciatica finding art-
tunatel advised
; :'Electric). Bitters a friend;' and to my trying great I know that Chamberlain's Pain". go to the home of 1\1 ;t .. -'lest line of P2rfU ,g hout.h ACAS I ste 1-: \' ".Jl

:J Joy and surprise, the first bottler I Balm relieved me after a number. fell into the branch oti'"..:.:. (. town. "" --fse( whorSTATE : UN r -'SI

. made a decided improvement. I .' of other medicines and a doctori ,: there \1\* :! you'rei I SKllIf

" continued their use for three weeks, :i had failed. It is the best liniment \ While on the witness stabct. Yi.c i : xake IISUP .t.

;'> and am now a well man. I know .;. I have ever known of.-J. A Dod ;, McCloud: in reply to a que.c:.:" I DeaL in irugs.JVIedt': x' cr.S.i,:,.;

;q'\;, they saved my life, and robbed the': gen, Alpharetta, Ga. Thousands i:i the said child the with reason her she to Mr.did not ta := Fine Toilet 1KR :I ; : ',)lrI

; grave of another victim." No one :' have been cured of rheumatism by ..-... I II
i One application relieves -j was because it had no bonnet ] gN. I G.
should this remedy.
fail to try them. Only Soc., j I I care I
, For sale by J. L wear. Questioned as to why 'w. c.4aflat
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:' BEN KELLEY conES CLEAR. [ Richard he was going to shoot hour, with a verdict of not guilty. '. -- --. -- -- -

(fv,ntinn""l from nr<
door and said, "G-d d-n you, the indictment against Kelley i .
shoulder, passing entirely through you haven't got the grit to shootme. charging him with complicity in

'Y. ', and out. The other entered the ." Kelley aid, "I'll show you," the murder of Sam Moore and i

: left breast, parsed through the and shot him in the shoulder i wife and he was at once released i ,
:' body and lodged under the skin at Richard threw up his hands and 1 from custody. FOR THE

;".r, the back en the right side. The tried to close the door, but Kellev! I .>- '
next morning witness saw eight or i I Quietly Married. 1./
his i
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ten shot in the back door and wall breast and shot him again.On Mr.V.. S. Norris and Miss

j directly behind where the dead i the cross examination witness Eula Jones were married at the : I q

man lay The shot were very said, replying to a question from Commercial hotel Tuesday evening BEST

much scattered and were too low I counsel, that Kelley had said in in the presence of a few relatives I ak

-: to have lodged there from a shot this conversation that Richard got and intimate friends. I r

fired through the shou1dertf Rich- I the stick and The of this
up trom pallet, got a marriage popular ;
ard if he had been standing From I I
him when he
began beating pro- young couple came as a surprise
hts knowledge of shot guns witness tested against the use of the improper to both their friends and relatives, GOODS
i' that the who
judged person language. as it was not known to any one
: 1 tr-- fired the shot was 35 or 40 feet Witness would not be positive that they contemplated an early Cj..

away. He thought it probable the whether Kelley said Richard was consummation of their betrothal.Mr .

i J shot would have lodged where they sitting down or not, but thoughthe Xorris is train dispatcher of -at-

did had they been fired at a person aid Richard was in the act of the \ S. R. & G. railway and .

f sitting in the front door. sitting down when he fired the secretary to Superintendant Tompsett -

l' On the cross examination wit first shot of that road. He has residedin THE MOST REA=

' ': t ness said that Kelley surrendered Wm. Hodge testified that he Starke something over a year, II I
r"T the gun willingly at Underbill'shouse. had a conversation with Kelley having come here from his homein I

? I That he seemed only to be two or three weeks after the shoot- Alabama, and by his correct SONABLE PRICES m

afraid of violence from Richard'srelatives ing. Kelley said he shot Richard. habits and straightforward business ,

t : ., ; and returned willingly to He ha ed doing it, but had it to methods has gained the confidenceand 4 *
1 the scene of the killing after being I friendship of all who share :i
.. assured of protection until the ar- do.On go to. fI '
;
J cross examination witness his acquaintance His bride is a I
r: rival of the officers of the law. said Kelley gave him no particulars daughter of B. P. Jones, one of t ij >

" s j4=:; The shots in the wall, witness of the shooting, but said he the leading citizens of Valdosta, I
\(. said were from two to three teeth had to shoot Richard.J. Ga. and is of j '
a young lady splendid
from the floor and did not think it I :M. Underhill was next sworn. accomplishments. She has visited

tIt' possible for them to have ranged He said that in September 1898, the family of her uncle, X. J. Jones, : mm @ i t!
so low after passing throughRichard's H
before Kelley left the country he proprietor of the Commercialhotel
I
, shoulder while detailedthe he was told witness he was going away in this city, frequently, and trStIy

standing up. Witness I never to see any of them any more has won a warm place in the hearts .I:

exact language that Kelley. and would'tell him the truth regarding of all acquaintances here by her -====- t

said Richard addressed to Mrs.Ke"ey ; the shooting of Richard. many graces of character.A j '
: I ;
:, ?s ; but it cannot be reproduced Kelley said Richard used some host of friends here and else- I k

j I nere. vulgar language in presence of his where will wish Mr. and Mrs. I I Ii
i On redirect examination by the wife. He protested and a few Norris bon voyage on the matri- i I

l state Mr. Thomas said the shot in licks passel between them. He monial sea.Distinguished. % WATCH THIS SPACE I
\ the tower part of the back door :. I
; ran out of the house, grabbing the ---- -
and :ill were the only ones in the Visitors Coming.
gun as he ran. Louis followed For Prices !
I Bargain
house: him to the door. Kelley, went as The County Teachers' Associa- : f
Lester Johns testified that he far as the fence turned around and tion will meet in Starke Saturdaynext
heard the shots at the time of the I Next Week.
'r told Richard he was going to shoot and the TELEGRAPH learns L.-u-
murder.: Thtrc'vere two shots, the will be Jed
a him. Richard was sitting in the meeting atten by
I i4one a few ceconds after the other. door and told Kelley he didn't Hon. \V. N Sheats, state superin- :

t He saw Keiley later in the night have the grit to shoot him. Kelley tendent of public instruction, Prof.T. .
apd Kelley fold him that Louis --.- -.- -- .
-- --- -
." said he fired a shot at Richard, but F. McBeath, principal of the 1-- --- ------
r 0 hard insulted his wife, and that I thought he had missed him and Jacksonville grammar school, and LAKE BUTLER. Emma Pardee left Tuesday morning |
Mi a grabbed Richard'gun, ran out Professor Gate of the for their
ran up, placed the gun against him principal respective homes,
I { house and stint him. In Newsy Gossip From that Thriving
e and shot again. Replying to a Jasper Normal Institute. Orange county and Micanopy.
Tsaticn with Kelley some question from counsel witness said The coming of these distinguished Town. These young ladies made many
after By Our Regular Correspondent.
the murder witness told
he did not know of any trouble ex- educators is a distinct compli friends here who regret their de
John Croft celebrated his
heard the shots and startedsee fifty-
\ isting between Richard and Kelley. ment to Starke and to the Association parture.
t { nd what was the and the TELEGRAPH ninth birth-day the 14th inst. Sev- f G. F.
had told him he trusts
Kelley promised Huckabay spent Sunday
.
eral friends had been invited to I
said he wished a
'J Kelley Richard his horse and road cart or that the meeting will be largely with his parents,near Lake Butler ;
;f!'aAone so, then he (Kel- attended both and choice dinner, and they wished the I .
$25 or $3 to kill Sam Moore and by laymen
iti the of host happy returns. I Oyster Supper.
o'\ve placed body many .
teachers. I
wife, but the horse had died and I ,
,
tjfievitness' horse, carried Rev. J. S. Collier, the new Meth- The ladies of the
Richard had told nim wou'cl'' ----- i Episcopal
they
fSI\.cut. it up and thrown Notice to Debtors. odist minister, preached the first church will serve
an
call)) it square if he ( I oyster supperat
r r, and no one would vote and work for Lake Butler in Persons owing me'fl please sermon to his congregation Sunday the school room ot Miss Kate'McFadden

\At4the killing I the court house eection.! I call at once and settle, as I need Monday evening, January
IO't. exomination wit- J. P. Coffin came down from Atlanta
: 22d
at
o'clock.
t1s j the to meet own obliga- 7
.- was at Under On the cro s examination WIt- I money my to be with his family the past .- h. _._
y I tions It should be borne in mind .
ness said Kelley left his house few Five hundred a
ujt11 he saw him after that when wanted en'ices days.W. carpet tacks for

"";d !Icy told him Rich. shortly after this conversation and I! you were in you a hurry, and my that the L. Summers of Providence, 5c at H. F. Philips'. .
''is, wife and run had not been there since. Kelley I! was in town Monday.F. '- -- -
services rendered deserve
Before he shot gave as his reason for killing: Richard i'the prompt of M. Rivers' two little sons J. L., Brown, of the Blair section

fte'ons' from the statement that he had addressed when same it measure promptness visited Jacksonville Monday. was here doing jury duty during
j comes to settling.
d-1: j-Jid notr I, improper remarks to :Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Richard and daughter the week, and paid this office.
j As I am busy with practice I I
1 1a
>'1 I Jeelinginj Keiley. Being questioned as to my Mrs. Hanford, who have beenI plea ant cajll.
.I the of the time settlements
; greater part __
relations between himself and Kelley -- -- >i
I R. Richard
j r 'i visiting Judge J. and
against
...:1 that witness admitted that they may be made with Attorney I family, returned to Starke Mon- Messrs. L. W. Kickliter and W |'
: E. Futch..
+ had not spoken since Kelley made J. Very respectfully, the F. Malphurs attended the Masonic"Grand
wWas in day accompanied by judge.T. .
"
T( ,.enemiespelieved the statement detailed above, and | .J.NO. C. WILLS, M. D. Maynard: left Monday for Lodge in session at Jacksonville .l'
------
that the witness had I during the week. *
1 j employed as- I j A Slight Wreck. High Springs, his old home.
? dan- sistant counsel to prosecute Kelley The friends of Mrs. Dr.
many
\1 ns j A slight wreck occurred on the L. M. Stokes, the enterprisingand
ciin the i Anthony will be glad to know that
1 IF. C. & P. railway in the northern 1 successful young merchant'Blair f .
t Miss Mattie Underhill was the she is improving. j'
La ues- of The ; was in .town
town night. lock
I part Tuesday Tuesday
last witness called. She had A delightful party was given
+ lV1tly a j by
rear wheels of the front truck of ing after business interests. i
"lit conversation with Kelley aboutdone j Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Futch Monday ".
j of the attached to --
month after the I one freight cars in honor of Misses Pardee
shooting. i night, Miss Mattie P. Underhill b
the train the oneof,
L clley said he was going away and |: track.night; The express train was jumped delayed I and Chapman, teachers of the New River's charming young ladies '.'
Copppfd did not-expect to sec of them j j graded school. The occasion will
I any I about half an hour getting the was a pleasant caller at the
agaki{ and wanted to tell the truth be long remembered by all present. TF.LEGRAPH office ,
trucks back in Tuesday. .
e ivrf\ abont( the shooting He then told i place. Miss Mattie Floyd and Mr. Martin '-- ; '-- ..4,.co cI ,::

-,V IItl' witness he owed I Richard $35 for John B. McCully, of La'.vtcy, of Columbia county, are visiting I WANTED-Agent or Marker }

.;1 ( Killing some negroes, and studied i was in town Tuesday. I the latter's daughter, .-.Irs.I for Accident or Old: Line Life in
j: the matter over while Richard. vas Futch, this week.J. surance Company. Address "Com
G;;'''athis house that i J. E. Futch made ; business trip I C. and this
finally deciding it Byrd J. J. Jones rep- pany, office.. Stamp for reply i
:'Lout b would be easier to kill him than to j I to Jacksonville! _Wednesday.Misses' resented Lake Butler at the Grid -- '. --- -- '" !

ill. p gpyJLhe money. He got Richard's !' double knee Lodge, which convened in Jack- Miss Lillie. Matthews has returned i '
& **?gun, ran out into the yard and shot I yarn spliced so-.ville Tuesday.Mr. home .after spending four ',;
.
hose I I. F.
\ : I him in the shoulder; saw he had I at cost at Philips' Parker and bride came un months at Lawtey as assistant .,

;iR<:!s>.tRy ',i not killed him and ran up, placedthe I Miss Lola Sayles, of Lawtey, is Tuesdav morning and took the teacher in the school l at that place.

""'< gun against his breast and shot ,r a guest at the home of Mr. and tram for Jacksonville. Mr. Parker Co!. L. L Lovell, representing
lej'.him again. Mrs. S. J. Stern burg. is the representative of the New the ;
,. .. I Clyde Steamship Com '. J
cif: ; On the cross examination, wit- q River Masonic lodge. in pan)

\e'of1'I IS ttLss; said this conversation took D. F. McDonald of Lake Butler r Miss Clifford Varnes, of Varnes I after was the town interests Wednesday of his looking

d.J:ti,doe before the preliminary! trial I was among the visitors to I I I st tian, who has been visiting Miss I __ ___company.

.1 ''LJVI. Harnage and her brother'j Starke during the week.. I f I Litira Strickland,returned to her I N. B. Hull has received several
;" tud Underhill, and that -- home, accompanied by the latter, high grade
%he had testified at the prelimina-;' E. F. Canoe, of Sanderson, is Monday. week, and persons bicycles contemplating during the
in
town renewing acquaintancesand
\o. !; visiting relatives.C. W. W. Chapman is building anew the purchase of a wheel should

I'nandi I house near the site of the call on him. .

I C. Odom, a leading burned-down building. Until it is'' !
young
'"..i'e the state rested I C. Pierce J
testimony J. ,
a substantial
I citizen of Providence, was a spec- completed he will occupy the citizen,
; 3r.o(.... tator during the court proceedings I Markillie cottage. I of the Guilford section, who wa \
..ncssrs.t'ryills & Long, counsel i here
--F during the week
this doing
week. jury
&
'4:i:f:fjefendant, announced that Hamp Chancey has moved into j called
: 1 they {I duty, to have his
.. --- his and Mr. name en-
new cottage, Zeigler, t
da-.d.submit the case to the rolled on the .
jury
The town tax books TELECRAI-H'S;
are subscription
open of Lake -
recently Park Ga.
I h ;:* introduction of occupies -
t.the testi- list.
and Collector Bennett is j
readyto !I the vacated
orergneLd .
I cottage.R. .
j ;The arguments were then I receive the taxes for The : I
1899. E. '
f. I W. Cameron and H. Strong has returned to Penn
C. Sur-
for the defense and
r'r iaycy'them !
: I books will close March .
3ist.W. !
sylvania after
atprteahcitor' Ilartridge and D. M. ---.-- -- .. rency, of Hampton, were prospect- spending the holidays -

fTnto for the prosecution B. Crawford, Jr., has returned ing in Lake Butler Monday.A I with is his family here. Mr.

esigrffter receiving the charge of the home from Jacksonville, wherehe term of private school l will Strong very highly esteemed by

C!:ongrtthe jury retired, and returnfrWeonesdayafternoonafter- has been in the employ of the soon begin here, but plans are not our citizens, and itV3.S much ., (
regretted that .
.,. mnat $ street railway company during the yet fully matured. business engagements :
took
if ,. "out something less than an past several months. Misses Mattie Chapman and him away so early in ;
the
season. ..
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