Bradford County telegraph
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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 26, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00390
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: 1 Negro Killed at Lake Butler. LAKE BUTLER. .!It 1',;

I HEWITTS Simmons Simonton, alias Lee a I'' Newsy Gossip From that Thriving .. : .
: i i young negro who lived in Starke I I Town. I l '. -ji k

TRIAL. up to a few months ago, shot and' By Our Regular Correapon1enLMiss ii'; (.;;\

FOR. JN killed Will Johnson, another negro, Ada Barfield is the guestof it i
: at the J. & S. W. railway camps in '
Lake Butler, Wednesday night the Misses Dowling. J4 -f! ;.i
after 8 o'clock. Simonton'saim W. C. Townsend, the big turpentine i .il .j

pure Drugs and I Motion for a Continuance shortly was deadly, the ball having'I man, is at home with his family rif \

j entered Johnson's heart and killed for a few days. J ,
I rompt attention I Im Overruled.BEGUN him instantly.No II Mayor J. J. Jones attended i1'. '
particulars regarding the Hewitt trial in Jacksonville I.h.: ,' .y... h
first of the week. a;1
cause of the difficulty could be obtained -
come to us. up to the hour of going to '. Olin Haleof Worthington, t':...v 1'f!
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TRIAL TUESDAYAT press. a call upon Lake Buttler on u-: > ':, J. t

After the shooting Simontonfled day. xLake '.-" .
R. H. Bass, the photo ra '.;r o-" ;> (
10 O'CLOCK A. M. and is still at large.
the illness of City, returned to his home .,;' ii
Owing to Judge J. .
-- R. Richard and the absence of Monday after a most pleasant: tjsit .;; .4" t
k Especial care and prompt at- from Lake But- of a few days. .t' + t
Justice J. J. Jones ?rfi
Defense Alleged Absence of a : Mrs. Meadowswho has oee:. the liI-t ... fr !
Wain- ;
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tention to the Deputy J. J. .
given filling [of Material Witness, but the right came over to Starke early II guest of her daughter, Mi".M. Kj ::.:::l :, .l'iit I

:" Prescriptions. Court Would Not Grant Con- Thursday morning to notify Jus- j Jones, for several days, n-iurnetl ... t.

tinuance-Jury Empaneled in tice G. A. Gardiner of the killing, to Macclenny Monday. '"'.!7 Ill'J.
: Two Hours. and he left at once to hold an in- Mr. Zeigler, recent'y. t Lake :'?{.i- ,. '
the dead Park, Ga., will open a stoit; r ors:- ;o; ;- h'S
!' quest over man.
)". The case of Moss, Dick and --- ----- class groceries in thc'l; l y rc' ;' 'f \ ,
Lum Hewitt for the murder of Negro: Loses a Finger. building within the next rw vlays.! fit't; -.. .... :=::.

: ; TOI.I their brother-in-law, J. T. Johnson, Tom Haines, a colored brake- Enoch Met1, of :.'': l'r r(.i.....::-f.

A FULL OF FINE on Sunday, May 29th, 1898, near man in the employ of the F. C. & Office, was a visitc1e! .I' :MI :";.tlw:;':'' -''.;,3t: 'of x6(: t.,:,

Worthington Springs, in this coun- P. railway, lost a finger early Tuesday. '_ ... : ; .t. .,'"
LET AR7JCLESALWAYS trial in tci' ir". : :
; ty, has been on Jacksonville Thursday morning while couplingsome A large trimmer v\ I: ::
ON HAND. this week. It will be recalled cars in this city. When the the Hewitt; murder ase \;..fn'r'-,
of the TELEGRAPH that ..._ ..- ...
f by readers cars came together the index fin- to Jacksonville Tuesday m ; .1f. :11
the case was tried in this county at of Haines' hand to be PitSI.It at the t 1.a ::rL.t>:"h't' -::#
a special term of the circuit courtin ger right was comes off this week. '.--' /. 7 .'.,.J'",;.'
between the and
I STARKE DRUG CO. m January 1899, at which time the caught mashed to a pulp. bumpers Drs. J. C. j hia: R L. Sparkman and chile,.. /nt.(. 1.

jury disagreed. The case was then Wills and J. H. Colson ampu- -en hive returned from a visit .fine the fa, ,..... : .
trial the fall of the Starke, Dr. Leydf
set for at term friends ill
tated the finger shortly after th I
tttttttttttttttttttttttttt court in October, but after two accident.Dr. Mrs. Dr. Aiuliony, thc'igh qU'tx raoprd19.:
days spent in a futile attempt to 0.'" yet, is, ve are happy to rep' -i

secure an unbiased jury, Judge Van Elderen Returns. I. ste"C1IIV recovering NB.
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. --- Call ordered a change of venue to Dr. land Mrs. van Elderen arrived Mr .0\. Blocks, wha v1 they

4 Duval county. Tuesday night from Pensacola and I Jackson 'iileandother poiatsrhepeoplellthe
INSURANCE.J. The case"was called-for trial are again installed: in their beautiful hne of the J. & ,S; the iSW

; Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, suburban home. They i" illrenaitn week, i is at home again. ; 'o8al. i.n.'f
but owin to the failure of the here for some time t now, Track laying on he Jhnstilitiehas t

morning t 'n over the J. & S. W. and as .the doctor has about regained -!: been completed to W- .- to be Sf.
- J. R. DAVIS & CO. railway, h: wing on board many:' of his, health hevil'' take I ton Springs. of h ,\ p
i < anX.cop'Rd" tI
the witr.esse to icrch the cityat He is Mr Parker
his practice again: at I o
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- k that l hour, t :? court took a recess v-irha New' River, were atter n .,-33or.!
in correspondence
present I Inee.
, STARKE, = = = FLA. until 3 l\' ock At 3 o'clock number of persons v.'ho, will shortly church here Sunday. "Ititb; ,."
J the train had 'Cached the and t The death of Mr. -
city visit him for treatment-_, NOTvigu j ; .. C
--L-- .------ -'- : .-. -- the case was tart d. J. E. Har- .*. an old and respected ng tt di
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tndge, uf J: ckiopvillc: and J. TWills Rev. W. C. Lindsay, who"-was Providence, has caused !, :b .
: and D ;M. Gooito.of Starke, tv'the J among the old residents.',.ric :
recently assigned Presbyterian
. ':counsel for the defendants, tiled: a -.1: jm so well. .. :, t1(Iy
I churches at Starke and Wal -' "
t @ @ motion foi a continuance of the do, preached his initial si"-mon h "te1ephon' 'TtrI ;' ,

t @ @ case, based m the absence ol Mrs. here Sunday morning, and Vso! 'Chalrnlan. :i'IK'i':
S Susan Glover, by whom they pro- conducted services in the evening I!sonville IS Pea'J A Washing!) t

@ : @ posed to impeach the testimony of Large congregations attended both serves as a \ coons crowd1
I. Lucy Newsom. The substance of services, and the sermons have closer togetj house J'uesdithe' <
@ @' the motion was as follows: been favorably commented on. i. A J. L_. __-' *- >7r'tinnbeltr"
:,: If "C. 1i. Hewitt, C.R. Hewitt and :Mr. Lindsay very and family will resideat ':'at Quitman T !......"\a.: i

rl @ @ H. A. Hewitt, defendants, depose Waldo. He will preach here 1 hasleturned.bowelr.
and say that after the convening of two Sundays in each month. i There werej0restoj t
@ @) this cort in Duval county in December j Baptist and .' :ellbySunday t

z 1899. when this case was Dr. Neal Mitchell, of Jacksonville I moj/ _*.
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continued until January 23, 1900, at. v t
was in town Tuesday night, League (tr. the
' @you @ I to-wit on cr about the 6th day cf having been summoned to G. C. I dist. Anti- Ijjy! C! t

I January: Ify'o, Lucy Newsom "lie I Livingston, who is suffering with !, greeted) >t clV
@ ; l@ is a materia: witness for the state muscular rheumatism. Mr. Liv- liaptY Oastori' I
in this case on an exceedirgly vital! but it I (
resolved I I ingston improves slowly, of. :
@ l' @ point, as the testimony in the for seems probable ROW that he will with g f

mer trial ot this case shows, she be out in the near future. I not. ? \

@ ( being the only witness wI: > offe'l ed I -, -- _.t Raleign.ne
hv testimunv to, connect. the defendants - - -- ---'-- -'Af(!? C Ire..,. f
s at the of the New Year to -J
beglrqiing @ I "
toward I 'p-
being seen going e dev k .,
I *, the place where tIle crime I e PricJ 1
@ buy where you can get the RestS @
is alleged to have been co.nmitted, 1 f d remC'"del \

f @ Goods for the least money, @ wa- visiting! one Susan Giover.and! [% i j ns t''t y. i
white' there said Mrs. Glover was \10ns !stimul< .,
E. .I. @ @ trimming a hat, and Luy New- ,I', s "dime:J1 Gasp. cle : .
t} som said l to her she wished she \'gh i' used f

i & @ @ had a hat like that to wear to Jackson /iI\j\\ u ..ate case:,
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Then :
r vile: whereupon Mrs. Glover C"na'" sL ccess. t...
fi; @ @ asked It she had relatives in Jacksonville J ( / p ,

H ta\ to visit, when she said she I/ / F + Ta, .the s t

: this @ had r.i.t, but had been there once 4A l: I H oat c

: @ i i@ (11m that 'old Hewitt brothers'case' .sOr'R \. ii .
+ :md vould have to go again; that I .,tiP
@ @ I Idrs.! Glover asked her, in reply, i GLA .ne of I f fi'di
store what she knew about it, and the

j @ @ said Lucy Newsom said she :1t"\ \ i I r -
not know anything about it, but'i'' 3Olt: 1 'turc!

@ is the place are looking = @ that her father had told her what \
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: she must swear to, and had made I I. ,. '- '
{ @ @ up a statement that she was to I MAKES ENTHUSIASM.My I ;tYjI1IJror.1\\';ji :

v. if @ for .1 i @ swear to before the jury, and told I I i I i, *.. f I Ii
her she had to do it, and that she : line makes enthusiasm mes"
,. ,tf @ ..' @ was going to swear to what he told just now. A, regular celebration -i ,.. -- Ii
her to swear to, and in being a '
est most .
for those who want
@ @ witness she and her father made I good I COF. hf
3@ some money, though the last time, things. Here I have goods f CAS'' acts <.-\.et ;

J. ALVAREZ..A.AAAA @ when they came to Jacksonville, j and prices to make you shout.A r .
: \Jt. I her father had to pay out his own benefit for those who tUN' f 4
@ @ And affiants further swear great i ASk 1 ;r
money. appreciate the best. If you'relooking <* 'J& !
14" that there is witness by whom !bU .
no .
Wjy.rug Sfscriptipti. 1
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they can prove '
i@ @ than Susan Glover." these. $ I ; ,/'
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: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. must be paid for the setting of .' ..,........1..,..._.........- ;

-- these tax sale notices we think,the Notice of Election. :;
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Published\ EveryF'rlday, difference in the rates is rather'too P SAD 1)Y the i ower vested in them by chapter 4571 a.
) of the Sot.ooll.a\\ Florida the SchoolBoanl
,3RADFORD COUNTY ,FLA much. The' publisher ought to CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS of Bradford cnunty. in compliance with a ,.
petition of the qualified elect-:)rH of SamfllOlll'ity
- -- -- -' receive at least 50 cent, of the
.. per FRZVAIUH& DISEASES. school ilistrii-t. rebv orders an election to hrheld .

t:. S. MVTTHEWS, Publisher and Prop r. commercial rate for the work. j'il Mv UMMnMMMMMMM MMtMMM > M M THIW in Sampson DAY OF City FEBRUARY.on the A. I). I".H I. ...i.

--. ---. --... --. -- In matters of this kind the TELEGRAPH DRUG 00- for the unrpow of f'>establishing a Special Tax Isehod
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Sold by ST- district, ihehnes' aOl houinlaric.s of which
SUBSCRIPTION l desires to be absolutely __ ___.._ ._u__.. ____ --- _. --=.: '_ .:-..:.- : ------------ -- --- ati>pv has been l .,with th..m. the election<,f
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D.Yflar....................................$100 fair and with the exception cited 1 Great Run on Cnamberlain'5 Cough I r mill ge tf b. 1\.s'_IIauarrs
fix Months. ............................... .SO above believe the heavier loads with much greater ) Wile of JoIt'Cti..n- J. .Prevott. IT. C.
we legislaturehas Remedy. RolxTNon; It A Th"noaJt.l'l..r .
thret'\lUl1tLls................................. .25 ease. !I j-ulsaail Done at tlieoffli-eof} the County Superintendent !:
struck upon an equitable basisin The amount the county commissioners | Manager Martin, of the Pierson of Scliowls. this(heal day f>! January A 61H .

-- ------ the fixing of legal rates of advertising ask to be allowed to set : drug store informs us that he is F.. n 8CHELL.Secrftiiry .

Entered tbePostofflceatStarke.Fla ,as Sec having on Chamber- and Superintendeul of School
will enable run
a' aside for this a great
Aside from advancing purpose I tif Bradfonl, County, Flu.
o nl1-<:l&II*fatter them to buy the most improved lain's Cough Remedy. He sells

I ___ ___ __ ._, I the price allowed for the tax sale machinery, and the roads can thus i five bottles of that medicine to one Notice or Election.

Starke Fla., Jan. 20, 1OOO. notices to 40 cents per double- be built more cheaply, skilfully and j f of any other kind, and it gives

column line, any tinkering with expeditiously.And i great satisfaction. In these daysof I)Y the power vested in them by chapter 4<57Hof
r ) the S<'hool Laws of Florida! the Srho.I l
THE RATES ARE EQUITABLE. the present system cannot fail to who will pay for this great i i iI la grippe there is nothing like Hoanl or liradfonl county, -ompUance With a
I, I Remedy to Iatitiotf the qualified electorsof Lawteynchoulihtricl
--- do either the public or the publishers luxury? ,I I Chamberlain's Cough lu-rebv orders an election to be beta in
I A few of the state papers, led by Largely, the railroads, the own- '! stop the cough, heal up the sore the town uf l-awtey on the
an injustice.The and relief Thud IJ.y. OF FEBRUARY.: A. D. Woe,
ers of phosphate and turpentine throat and lungs give
the Pensacola News disputing ---- -- -
i are sales for too purpose of estnblislur.i. a Special T xMiliool
I short time.. The
land- within
lands merchants and large a very
Savannah News << district the lines an the right of the legislature to fix recently holders. : are growing, and all who try it are cc-pr 1ms IK-I-II tiled with them, the election uf
Trusteed.and to determine; the amount of
the rates to be paid for the publication completed the fiftieth year of its It seems to us that if the farms pleased with Us prompt action. three nnllaKe to le Hs-.-ssr l.

of advertisements. publication. Through all the of this South Dally Calumet. !lauagPrsnf Election>. J:. EdwanK F I..
legal It yearsof do not take advantage Chicago Stafford and Luther LouJh6ltz; T. D. Cimitr.

L\ : occurs to us that this contention is its usefulness the News has offer they will stand very much in I Sold by J. L. _Gaskin_ Clerk.Pone at the office of the C runts' Supeiintend-

The been a steadfast friend to Florida, their own light. I I --- eut of Schools, January, A.U. 1 Alt),
1'r groundless. legislature creates .
should demand i "The I remarked
The wives !! man ,
and it in careworn marry Secretary and !Superintendent of.cllOol": 1
occupies a warm p'ace
\v.:" the advertising and has a right to i this much of their husbands. I! the blonde widow, "must be a of Bradford Couuiy.; Fla.
what shall be the hearts of all Floridians. That I -, --- -
for the -
I say paid The bright-eyed boys and rosy hero. He will, said the savage

\ publication, just as the publisher success has crowned the work of dimple-cheeked girls should beg bachelor. Application For Tai Deed.

reserves to himself the right to its publishers is a source of gratifi for this much from their fathers OFFICE:OF CI.EHK: ov cf CIHCCIT Hralfl.rtl.1'Iorida(:OtRT. .
l fix the of the printer who cation to the thousands of readers The bonds should be sold at 3 Remarkable Rescue. To S. ,*. Brigbt.WllJoHE.o. '1
wages S. J. Presct.H has pressenteiltonieTaxCertifliate
r sets the who have at all times found in the or 4 per cent. and the whole hun- Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainfield, > No. 1?..Hale'of 18Wi.! covering -
r type. dred thousand need not to be used 111., makes the statement that she the following land in sa.l county of Brad ;
News chaste honorable and able I I
"Y !r exercising this prerogative a for three or four years, thus saving caught cold; it settled on her ]luugs; f<>t0-Wit of Fourth and Lewis street*

i -.e' we think the legislature should be paper-one that can be taken into several thousand dollars in interest. she was tn ated for a month by her in Sainpnou fity, see4, tp. 1 1'.. ranjceil e., S
'.: sure *o do justice to the publisher, the household with the assurance \Ve row: pay about $12,000 per family physician, but grew worse and upon said certificate has demanded from mea
tax deed to s.ud laud.
\. and, with the possible exception of that a perusal ot its columns wil year into the good roads fund. lie told her she was a hopeless Therefore,Like> notice. that after the expiration.
This amount would the of thirty days trotthrdale of this notice,unleyou .
pay and that
'N.. the rate allowed for the publication be both edifying and ennobling victim of consumption no shall!iu'erMeeunNl raid: land in accordance
-- -- principal and interest of the bondsin medicine could cure her. Her with I: w. it w niv inrentioii tel ISSne a tax. deed
of the tax sale notice, we believe it less than fifteen to the said S.J. scout f:)r th-said laud in a.-
The Press, Pensacola's new years. druggist suggested Dr. King'sNew cordunce with the pro isunn of chapter 4e.1.
has been fair. Let us see if an We can pay a much smaller tax I Discovery for Consumption; Laws of Florida. r
-1 '" morning daily, has made its Dated iectu.hrr.1W!r.I.
-':, equitable basis has not been hit ap- than we are now paying, and retire I she bought a bottle and to her delight \\. T W KKS. Clerk C"t ('t.AL .. ;
The is owned 1.2;-::J By W. E. wPROFESSIONAL \!{HHT. 1> f.
I ".. pearance. paper by the bonds in twenty-five years.In I touud herself benefited trom

".upon. Hon. John Denham and edited by a word the interest and prin- I the first dose; she continued its CARDS._.
The TELEGRAPH'S commercial
V-*" / Mr. Walter Graham It is an excellent I cipal of the bonds can be paid, and I use and after taking; six bottles -- ------ -- -

--'rates will probably represent a the farmers of the whom M. GOKNTO,
very county, well
\ paper and the TEI.ECKAPIJ' I found herself sound and ; now D.
ir average. For local reading good roads will so immensely benefit does her own housework and is as 4q

tFceswe receive "jy' cents a line wishes it ucc' ss. would actually feel the \wtight' well as she ever was. Free trial ATTORXKY-AT-LA.
..3 insertion. Ten lines run for The Farmer and Good Roads.I ot taxes less than at the present I'I. bottles of this great discovery at COMMERCIAL: 1'RACTK'K A Sl'KCIALTY. 1

\ Sys, or five publications, as re- From the Ocala Banner. \ present moment and and would never-ceasing enjoy an e'er-I I J. L. Gaskins' drug store. Only STAKKE FLA.JK. '
f 5oc ?>3d'al. Every bottle
The Ocala Banner is in favor of guaran-
\ by the law governing oft And then, with the .a'Jl; i teed. FLTTCII .
any and every movement that): will!) asked for commissioners ,
; u') cations., would amount money the -
be of benefit to the farmer -the
i}o' In a one-inch legal ad- producers-those whose' efforts will lit;'able to cob-web the It has been demonstrated repeatedly ATTOUNEi'ATLAlV.OlHcvinlUnk : .

upon county with good roads, giving no in state in the
there lines of
lent are ten all every
we are dependent. Building, btaikr.FU
r +one section an advantage over
$I .type, and for publishing Good roads will be a boon'to another, I Union and in many foreign countries -

jlvertisement! days the them as nothing else will. is i. that Chamberlain's: Cough JOHN C. will M. !>.,
30 We believe the farmers it Ocala, of course, not entirely Remedy is a certain preventive and I tl .....
owe ,
receives $3 oo Therence unselfish in this matter. But she cure for It has become the
to themselves to have good roads croup. PJlYSICLAX"I SriH.'EON.I ( .
\ of 75 cents in favor I almost so. Ocala already universal remedy for that disease.M. .
Why shoulcj 'they wear their
1' roads. She not has them
mercial rate, but then : lives out plodding over miserable, good only, V. Fisher, of Liberty \V. Y., I EASEs> OF \\OMESNI) OBTBTMUJ: A
within her limits. but
corporate what has been .
only repeats
the nosition occupied sandy rebels?
they lead out several miles in the
around the when he I
jrertisements Goyrd roads will mean good globe wtites: t- w ilh the Starve Uru;.: Cu. +
,... conterbal- four cardinal directions, and are all
"I have used Chamberlain's
teams, and why shouldn't our farmers CoughRemedy t' I'A HlU;:. FLA."JMIOS. L
:.5' very_ nicely and brings '' ? paid for in my family tor several

'.... '' every equitable have both The Ocala Dinner p'eads for I years and always with perfect sue J';. Ht:(;(;.
To have good roads the farmersnot III
good roads in behalf of the wives, cess. We believe that it is not

t ht.1b11e that only owe it to themselves, but the bins and fcirls on the farm only the best cough remedy, but .ATTOHXEY-AT w. l

J! bapers pub they owe it to their wives. who whose live they would brightenIt I l that it is a sure cure for croup It .

"the state, certainly perform enough drudgery can conceive of nothing else has saved the lives of our childrena Corner Cliorrv. and Jact, Stud. '
to extract real from --- ---
that will add so much to the de- number of times This
luge weekly life, once a week, at least.A of farm life remedy l; J.. STKWA1JT, \1. 1)SPECIALIST .
ightlu! ness as good
Hire, the maiden drive to church on beautifu roads is for sale: by J L. Gcskin.x._ --

and settled Sunday mornings over hard roads -- I II -
I Lockjaw as a punishment for
merits of the will be an oasis in the )lives of Women as Well as Men
\ farmers'wives.. people who listen at keyholes EVE:, EAIJ .NOSE, 'I'll HO.-\T.

; advertise- Our farmers not only owe it to Are Made Miserable by I would be the proper- thing. OlHi'w in Stun of Sinrkp 1)rtg (*4k. 4

\he meet this I themselves and their wives to have Trouble. Bismarck's Iron Nerve --- --- "
Kidney I
to call the good roads, but they owe it to their Was the result of his splendid J T. \VII.I.S A. V. LOXC.vy V '1'L

41n cone children. ILLS v LOX<;, 1in\
Indomitable will
The aim of every man should be Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages tremendous ,
\nt-a- and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor energy are not found where
to leave the world better than he
> -t and cheerfulness soon I stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels A1TOIIXEVS-AT-1.AW.;
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# found it for those who shall live "- .
,,'r:) disappear when the kid- : .
of order If
.' r- after hIm. neys are out of order are out you want these* Opier ill I'uk'v Hliiiflintr, Sliilke. Kl-t .; f' t

'e ation Good roads will enable the most I ,1" or diseased. '( qualities ard the success they I I 1 '\{... I'

of us to do this Kidney trouble has bring. use Ir. King's New Life I T II. t'OLSON, ;M. J) t
; 1 I, become so prevalent Pllis. They develop every powerof How much more cheerful life -
is tu \ that it is not uncommon I brain and-body.
a farm wou'd be to the country for a child to be born Only 25c at PUrSH.I.AXj: : ) sl-1IlO\: '!.
i just t' I.)afflicted with weak kid- J. L. Gaskins'. 'I
boy and girl with good roads leading .- .- .- M'AI.'KE. I'I.A.OHirc )
,'one- the school the church thvi1lage' neys. If the child urinates ,
too often, if the P y jflh ; in (Ja..kipi*' lrne Stun-
/the and the -t: : 0r" I
trysting place urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child .1.
c t can Good roads will bring the church 1 reaches an age when it should be able to q .

and the schools of the II control the passage, it is yet afflicted with I i K
proundlpapers bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of ;.i Q Y '. : .
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together I f t.
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
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The boy and] the girl will think I step should be towards the treatment of : = [ \

il l com- nothing of taking a ten-m Ie spinon these important organs. This unpleasant I. C ] r'.,. X I I, ,.

}l rate. their bicycles to the school and I trouble is due to a diseased condition of the ;. h-.'".. ..; I-; I t 3 [lU' J
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as JII' j 3
(fet, there the church. I I most people suppose. t..t i Aixari Pte&prrntteeudta'u.tnyt.edls. ,

\etr'..... n Added to its great pleasure we I Women as well as men are made mis- : i ii !
can see where this wi'l' result in t' erable with kidney and bladder trouble, wP = j : the only no'.' rial? a in ,'h 'l.a
e ratef real to the taxpayer. I and both need the same great remedy. i I n Lrp A Tei 'ed, !tae ii. r,iT.e. ir.li'i. economy
h..J'* theb.r. A.:'
mild and the immediate effect of 1r.l.a.e.
) the I Many of the schools, now feeble IThe I Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold '. .-.u.-. '.ts" lor I--rrv..*-. uii'ino! others.f r'

.. and often suspended for failing tokrip ,' > h-I ; i iL'J WrITt' c"ifn ajml \nu..1 ..
t4' i I j by druggists, in fifty- : ... IK 31. ..:ItitV A e n. ...'
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r e up the required average, can cent and one dollar, .,. -.1> I I r ..f.'s.I. Satz!,.,.
sizes. You may have a j jj i .t...<' : '' y7 i: ;
; made
be consolidated and strong.Tile i "' I I' } .
\Iwe j sample bottle by mail :: FlCD Vy IrJ
school is the betterit M i J;
"+ larger a | free, also pamphlet tellHome of SwampRoot.I .t \,0.._
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; is to he. all of the
it: supposed i I -; about it. including many
f(11in by The same rule also applies to ;| tl::>usands of testimonial letters receivedi o UJ :;; '

the church I i from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer I IiSkinDiseases.
qPlIHYupub I I & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y., be sure and. o
i I Instead of feeble, struggling; mention this paper. > ,

'terci l : churches here and there, with ir- I i. f.1j i For till s-pfMly: and pt>rmant>nt cure of

)t : reg.a';; :Cervices, good, stro'ngch"rc You assume no risk \\ hen you :. rn 3 "" >: t-f t-tn-r.: ss.lt rj1t'1tI11 ul t-cwiua. Cham-

ce:1: : lit"S can be maintained in !I Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera 0 -;:-:- ....-. J. oniau! s Lyf anti Skin Ointment is

{ wt"1P. ; Diarrhoea L. H ynh.ntm eqnal. It relieves the itch-
las i every neighborhood.Good land Remedy. } i and
: ins martinp, almott J
inrtintly an.l
tax roads will the farmer !! Gaskins will refund if 2' ;. Ff :
: bring your money ........... l ., o-ntinmil} uy elects! a p'rmanentcnrj
1te tht". nearer the markets nearer the !I yOU are not satisfied after using it. -. It.10 rnres it -h. barter's itch, ..?-

town, nearer to the phosphate andmining ;, It is everywhere admitted to be S [i ; 5C'tM hf-ad, ore nipJ1I(... itchinif pile*. t >schaplu
sale ...
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I for camps. I the most successful remedy in use : ':' :.:raJ1nIatt'llI tl sore t"Yt'i. an.l .

-fig ? Good roads will!! not only bring I for bowel complaints and the only I I Ei m '

i-je, Lot When the farmer nearer the>places, but I one that never fails. It is pleasant I uI Dr. fafly's r n.IWnn Pon tiers f.-r tI

'uOULt\e; they will enable him to haul much I safe and reliable. *, I ; .CQ I, br.rses are: the best tonir., Mol pnrifi'l-r A
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Nebraskan Is a Guest of New ; j r :
belled Against American
Authority.Mail FOR ROBERTSCommittee Yorker at a "Private"Dinner. :;

Murderer Flanagan and Seven Other Jail it r
= advices from Manila bring par- t'
9; ticulars of the uprising last month in William Jennings Bryan was the :Y: .I
birds Attack the Sheriff. the sOuthern part of Negros island, guest of honor at a dinner.given by O. n I

in which Lieutenant A. C. Yedyard, Denies Utah Man's II. P. Belmont Monday night at his '::1 'j

Sixth infantry, was killed. residence in New York. The dinnerwas : L

: ODDS FEARFULLY UNEVEN sheriff would not shoot. He was in- Instead of native of being police an, unimportant as was at first revolt Right to a Seat. private no reporters being admitted : ::\

tercepted in the jail office and a desperate reported, it appears to have been an and to a penciled note Mr. Bel- ;:3
fight followed, the sheriff's to overthrow American author- .! '
attempt mont made response: 'i i
I wife snatching her child from the mur- TDE DECISION VERY EMPHATIC
Colored Janitor Stood Bravely By derer's aims.Saturday ity. This movement was started by "There will be nothing at, during ,1: (r
the chief officials of the autonomous or after the dinner for publication. {;3t r ; .
the sheriff
night did
Sheriff's .
Side Until Fight the who were elected 1.I 1.
aim government, men The dinner is a purely social affair and ;
particularly at Flanagan, but it and inaugurated with so much cere- Two Members Favor Seating Him : .
Was Won. seemed to be some direction of fate I of no public interest. t j'; .
last November.
that he of the others should be shot mony Eleven of these officials, includingthe and.Then Having Him :. :Mr.: Bryan was the only guest of

with the same kind of weapon with president and several councilors, Expelled.A i national importance, but big men in t11':
The DeKalb county jail at Decatnr, which he had murdered I
helpless I were lodged in jail on a charge of i Tammany hall were present.
On., was the scene of a terribe fight women.It plotting treason. Several cured Washington dispatch The Bryan took breakfast Tuesday morn- t ;
: .
Saturday night between Sheriff Talley was about 9.30 o'clock Saturday I their release under heavy bonds, but says ing at the Hoffman house with a number --' I'N
and eight of his prisoners who made evening that Sheriff Talley sent Jim I others remain in prison. committee of the house of representatives of free silver and single tax leaders. :

bold and. a Smith, his negro janitor into the low-I General Smith found evidence that to investigate the case of Brig- Subsequently he received the newspa- 'I
desperate attempt to escape.In er floor of the jail to clean up the the revolting police were following the ham H. Roberts, of Utah, reached a per reporters. When asked if he made .

the fight the sheriff used his pis- ridor. The negro opened the door I orders of the autonomous government, a final conclusion at Wednesday's ses- a harmony speech at the Belmont dinner : ", i {
tol, and Edward Flanagan, the notorious leading into the corridor and placed I which designed to use the forces under the night before Mr. Bryan an- ; r
double his lantern sion. the polygamous status of 3""' '
murderer behind it.
was shot. its control to the Amer- swered: j}
Among those who took part in the The sheriff followed behind the jan- I ican The plot fkilcd overpower through being Mr. Roberts the committee was unani- "I don't know if I used the vord "
attempt at jail delivery were George itor to see if the prisoners were all started prematurely. Two companiesof mous nUll agreed upon a formal state- harmony or not, but I always speak In /: .l.1
Baukston and John Pendley, the men right for the night. As ho passed a j the Twenty-sixth infantry were hur- ment of facts. On the question of such a harmonious strain that 10 scan n : .
who were mixed up at one time in the cell Hiram Sharpe the wife murderer, i ried from Iloilo to reinforce the garrison procedure to be adopted the committee object unless he diMgr \ on ': f
murder of Policeman Ponder at At- confined in a cell across the corridor I at Bacolor. was divided. issue. As a matter of fact T ale; ." .-- 'S"c.,
lanta. in which the eight notorious charac- I The officials arrested include some The majority, consisting of all the very little on politics." ,r ;
Flanagan was one of the leaders in ters were locked up, handed him a of the most prominent men in Negros.It members except Littlefield of Maine, Colonel Bryan decline : to discuss i
the assault upon the jailer and held heavy piece of iron five feet long and I is believed .that they will be expelled and DeArmoud, of Missouri, favoredthe the letter of Robert B. "K.i-xMvelt and ::C.1 I1r' ,
ns a weapon the heavy padlock which four inches broad and half an inch I from the island. exclusion at the outset. Messrs.Littletleld others protesting against U7* ent3iii ;J- :' p:
Lad been sawed from the jail door. thick. Republican, and DeAr- ment as the guest of thu Democratic \
The affair wa;''one of the most ter- "Mr. Talley," said Sharpe, "tho HOHKKTS COMMITTEE REPORTS. mond, Democrat, will make a minority club. About noon Dr. Lfvesoa, of .J' ..

rific hand-to-hand. fights that ever occurred man in here with me has been hiding -- report favorable to seating Roberts on : Brooklyn, an Imperiu'i"', call wit'1 tw a tf:,
in a prison between jailbirds this piece of iron and I want you toI I Voluminous Document, Covering the his prima facie rights and then expell- I Filipinos.btit Mr. Brf:.u refused to SP5 k t
anti take it out before it all into tifj ltlon, 111111 the Jlouse- In-I ing him. The majority were Tayler, : -al1t
prison keeper, and but for the gets us ve them. Mr. Bryau's f:- were :J....t"" ....L-.t!.
fact that the sheriff acted with the trouble." The reports of the special committee Frear, Morris and McPherson, Republicans nearly a I silverites. Tho g )ld Democrats -. ; -
greatest coolness and bravery, some The sheriff thanked the prisoner and of investigation in the case of Brigham ; Lanham and Miers, Demo- held aloof.
noted and desperate prisoners would walked down the corridor with the II. Roberts, of Utah, wore presented crats. The statement of facts found, Tuesday night Mr Fr/rtn, diced st.
tow lie at large, and among them the iron bar in his hand. to the house Saturday. The majority by the committee is as follows: the Democratic club as due yneJt ,of $,
notorious Flanagan.The Not until after the terrific fight with I report, signed by Chairman Taylerand "We find that B< H. Roberts was President Kellar wit'! :vohd; othva.;: : -t.D':
sheriff was assisted by his ne- the desperate jailbirds was over did six of his assistants, is a voluminous : elected a representative to the fifty- ....

pro janitor, Jim Smith, and it was the the sheriff remember the significanceof I document, and is accompanied sixth congress from the state of Utah LEYDS IS t')\?IUENT.' 1 ..
iiegro whom Flanagan attacked, tryingto the act. Sharpe suspected" that the by a summary of the law and facts. i and was at the date of his election .- ,- .. ..< ; ".
brain him with a heavy padlock.The attack was going to be made and he It gives the det.ii's' of the hearing, tho above the age of twenty-five years Transvaal Knroy '>. :ere? H.-.ti' '
sinking feature of the jail sen- had armed the sheriff so he could defend ; ample opportunities afforded toIr.. that he has been for more than seven Ultin .icly '1r'Jl1lpl!. "r. V-'iO'

sation was the fact that the knife with himself from a sudden assault : Roberts to present his case, his refusalto years a naturalized citizen of the The Brussels): {'.";ccrresvoudent-o: ,
which the lock was sawed or filed was I which might have meant his death. I testify and the unanimous findingof United States and was an inhabitantof Now York WorM! obtained the {< ....:: '

owned by Hiram Sharpe, the man who Sheriff Talley walked to the back of : facts heretofore published. It pro tho state of Utah. jug statement from Dr. Leydf]
brutally murdered his wife near Litho- the corridor. The eight prisoners j ceeds: I "We further find that about 1878 1 he Transvaal envoy PitraordinV
nia about a month ago. With this who bid planned the escape were | "The committee is unanimous in married Louisa Smith, his first and Europe, before he left for Par{
part of the story comes the statement I peering at him, watching for an opportune its belief that Mr. Roberts ought not lawful wife, with whom he has ever I diplomatic mission ,i1'
from the sheriff that a few moments moment to make the break j to remain a member of the house of since lived as such and who, sino "In view of ha new an, f
before tho fight with the prisoners, I for liberty. i representatives. A majority are of the their marriage, has borne him six phaseultimate into which the 'War/;

Sharpe secretly armed himself with a Not a suspicion of what was about i' opinion that he ought not to be permitted children. I' tering, I fend to thepeopfe1
Aeavy iron bar, an act the significanceof I to take place entered the sheriff's to become a member; that the i,i "That since 1885 he married as his a few words on the.'s }/'
which was not realized until the mind. He had glanced at the doorsof house has the right to exclude him. A plural wife Celia Dibble, with whom eventual proposal in': .'
counter was over. en'I'I all the cells aud he had not noticed minority are of the opinion that the he has ever since lived as such who, pension of hfstilitit

The attack upon the sheriff was ; that any lock had been tampered with. proper course of procedure is to permithim since such marriage, has borne him which appears to bw, b.
den and without a word of warning. But the men had already sawed the to be sworn in and the expel him six children of whom the last were on both sides'of the A&"I

Eight prisoners', all charged with grave padlock to the door of their cell. I'I'i by a two-thirds vote under the consti- twins, born August 11, 1837. am as couftde ,4;
crimes, sprang upon him as he passedthe i The eight men must have made a tutional provision providing for expul "That some years after his said I triumph cell door. The sheriff thought the i slight'; miscalculation in the distance siol!." marriage to Celia Dibble he contracted temporary success. ofj"

door securely fastened and when he the sheriff was from their door, and MOB IIAXjS-- MUui->EItERS. another: plural marriage with MargaretC. / would merely ) .. ..
saw it swing open and the eight desperate .. the time it would take to walk to the --- S.iipp.with whom he bus ever since ing fresh vgorstrengthening ,r"
men rush upon him, he backed rear of the corridor. They threw open Half Brothers Swiuijj Up In Jail Yard at lived in the habit and repute of mar- ( tbh'
off a few feet ana cried out to his: ne- i'''I the door just as tho sheriff was about I Ft. Srolt. Kana I riage. Your committee is unable to fix hold out at wb"' ric
gro janitor to stand by him. The negro to repass it. Then the terrific fight I Saturday night, George Silbee and the exact date of this marriage. It does
displaying remarkable bravery, I I took place. I II Ed Meeks, half brothers, convicted of not appear that he held her out as his DEBATE aJsrChalrwan .
blood his ground. I I Before they could pass out the prisoners murder, were lynched by a mob in wife before January, 1897, or that be-
For several minutes the fight lasted. :i would have to l Lat down the the county jailyard at Ft. Scott, Kan- fore that date she held him out as Ler TII'J

\ The prisoners were endeavoring to I sheriff and the negro, and this they sas. Their bodies were left danglingfrom husband, or that before that date they 'j
beat down the sheriff and the negro, i proceeded to do. two trees in the jard. The au- were reputed to be husband and wife. A "Washing;;
for if this could have been accomplished "Stand by me, Jim," cried the sheriffto thorities were completely surprised. I "That these facts were generally\ mous crowd'house.Tnesdf'

nothing stood in the way of I the negro. The two men, who hailed! from Kansas known in Utah, publicly charged'(t. ;
their liberty except a run through an And the answer came back; : I I' City, had been convicted of murder : against hira during his! campaign f,v the"I f1"Ii-l'
open corridor and a dash through the !1 "I'm with you, Mr. Talley." in the first degree, their victim election end were not denied by hirr j r.p--'VAe bowel

residence portion of the jail which had i .lq many men as could get at the being a young G.-riiian f.irmer named "1 hat the testimony bearing on,wC\rkly resto -
: imly unlocked rigors sheriff struck him over the head ana Leopold F.illinger Th<' murderers these facts was taut'n ivi the presenceof !
: The sheriff knew the situation and I the shoulders with their fists. disposed" of EllIin er':? p-iir of mulesa Mr. Roberts and that he fully cross filet,?Ol S0-tl by.-

he struggled with his assailants with j Sheriff Talley fought with the mo- horse: and a wagon iu Bates county. I. examined the witnesses, but declined
be mentary strength of a giant. Ho of the to place himself on the witness stand." tF----:
a determination to conquer or Amos Phillips} au accomplice :et the
trampled under foot. \ ; hurled the desperate jailbirds from two brothers in tin; crime, was convicted -
All the while the negro janitor '1 him as fast as they sprang upon him. Friday of murder in the first I A GREATER SYSTEM.baby.cu

stood by the side of hi /officer ready i* Jim Smith was not idle. lIe stood degree. The evidence showed that .cn
r'l; to go down with him. y ': by the side of the sheriff and struggledto the three men belonged to a gang of Directors of Raleigh and oastorit( i

For a while the sheriff could] not get keep off the assailants. : thieves ho had been regularly disposing Provide For flerging of, t
im opportunity tc/ thaw his pistol, I All this time the sheriff had not had of their plunder in Bates Other Lines. .
which was in his hip pocket. When i j I an opportunity to draw his pistol. county. s, ne-
he finally did, he pulled loose from He at last got off a few steps from I Before beiii' wr"g up Silbeo shouted Great progress was made at Raleigh' Bf

the prisoners and backing quickly toward I the prisoners and he drew his pistol to the mol. iu ilenant tones that N. C., Wednesday toward. *,:-!-4y cur *.,
the outer door he began to fire. and began to fire into tho crowd. he himself shot i.dlinger and that mation of the plaR3 sense d cvelf
The negro janitor dropped to the floor I Three shots were fired in quick: suc Amos Phillips struck him on the head Seaboard Air-Linesystem.S6; rricjjl I

to keep from being shot. The suddenness :: cession, and Flanagan screamed and with an ax. lIt insisted that his ; Meetings were held of the dslin remei \..

of the firing dismayed thE prisoners. fell.Back brother Ed u'd not participate in the i and stockholders of the Ralei Athens t-I ..
I Flanagan reeled and fell. A I. into the eel the prisoners crime. Gaston railroad, and resolutions-jvcr, stimuli '
bullet hall struck him. Three shots tumbled in more confusion than they i 'Be sure and bet Phillips," the adopted providing for the immewestion cie '
were fired, and that was every bullet had left it a few moments before. 1 doomed men urged.11ONOfti merging with the Raleigh and Gas' ?'
ana if the Sheriff Tally saw his opportunity.He -- -- een used
the sheriff bad in his pistol, Railroad Company: of the Raleigh 4
, prisoners had known this they would I sprang backwarn through the corridor ACrOKDEU DAVIS. Augusta Air-Line, of the Durhvc. into case:,

not have retreated as they did intotheir' door, closed it and turned the of Send Northern railroad the Carolina ,n SuccessFOR "',
President Kruger. Transvaal .
cell. The retreat was what the key in the lock.A l'rlvat Car For American. tral railroad, the Georgia c ,(:o.
sheriff looked for. few minutes later help came and I Webster Davis, assistant secretaryof and Northern railway the P hL. t
corridor I the desperate jailbirds who had made Offs
He through '
I jumped the interior, arrived at Lourenzo railroad and the .Chesterfield ;a
door slammed it to and fastened the the bold but unsuccessful attempt to railroad.Arrangements. aD
his to Pretoria \
:Marques: Sunday on way r OR .
locked in their
lock. The fight was over. The sheriff escape: were safely up and called the were also male
: upon governor gen-
find his loyal janitor had won the day. : cell for the night. eral!, Captain Alvaro Dacosta Ferreira, the issuance: of $ ,OOOOOO t\.rst nee ;'tl' of I'
I Flanagan was placed in a chair in
The jailbirds were safe. bonds the !
him most courteous gaga upon Raleigh :an ;'Pu '
who a recep- r
gave -
the second time within two ; the corridor and a physician sent for
This was I tion and requested him to convey a ton railroad properties, includittel L t
to dress his wound. i I '-
months that FLannigan had attempted of special friendship to Presi- ownership in other lines. ,
to break jail. The last time he se z -d i The pistol ball had entered his left '' message dent McKinley. The Trausvaal government Under the plan ..dopted..aJ:1t! & P.ICtlireappror,.
the sheriff's child and made a dash for I thigh about two inches above the knee, i has! informed :Mr. Davis that I I ical properties of the above I ,9>>st ;"*
liberty. He knew that as long as he : inflicting a painful but not very seri- President Kruger's saloon carriagewill railroad companies will be]- _>

ran with the child in his arms tho ous wound_ convey him to Pretoria. acquired by the Raleigh aihNELL \.'
l t &
., .J es
TV.. Great Critic and E*.arlAt: But a Qurrr to Free SllT.Tltr. on Imperialism ".. ,'
Character. '!rt 1 :Meet In ChU-ii.o In June To >amt The: Government Conclude,, I
'I. | Trust and the Curr..ncy.lIon. Nitior.-l Ticket.A IJf'ff"u.e Offer Erld largest, most
A London dispatch says: John Buskin a : .- .1., ',.
English critic and essayist: died :i William J. Bryan delivered an call was is::. e at Chicago Tues A Washington dispatch s 'Extracts iVCI/(
Saturday afternoon of influenza, aged : address in Baltimore Saturday night day for the prohi1.itiju nati"nul convention government concluded its evfc ,V
81 upon the political questions of the dayto I to nominate candidates for the Suell murder trial Tuesd? f'-..' ,"-
One years.of the most remarkable facts in au auJiance which filled the Musio i president and vice-president. Accord- the defence began the introdf'L) iif.
to the call the convention will witnessea. The defense
his career was his divorce of his wife. ;; ing R IOc t
Hall.The meet at tho coliseum, Chicago, Ill., at the defenuint did the
He engaged the great painter, Sir John 1 meeting was held under the e's, Drug S' '1
Millais, to paint a picture of his wife. I i auspices of the Maryland Democratic 10 o'clock a. in. on Wednesday, relying upon protag SnATl4. v{ ,
I Association of the free silver June 27, 1900. tie snhicfit S. PrescriptionMorgan
Millais snd :Mrs.: Ruskin fell in love I i one _--0. .
with each other, but they remained I 1 wing of the the Democratic party of Cotton Mill For Conticts. Gets Clarle7( lpoundt.'cl.
that his :'j the state, and was not encouraged or {
silent. Ruskin soon I' introduced in the Mississippi
A bill was' In Clarke county, Ala.;glop /
wife and Millais were bound by a truelove i',' discouraged in any manner by the regular senate providing for the erec- convention delegates were,7f 1\1. D.' ,1ta )

t bat made no objection to it, arranging I' Democratic organization. In fact tion of a cotton factory by the peni- Morgan and 38| for Johngton.islative ;1 -
his wife I' the latter held strictly aloof from the .
himself divorce for
a .
tentiary board of control, tobet.-pernt- nominees were -ilisj .' '"'
so that she could marry the painter. affair. ed by state convicts. I Morgan. V->. \ f.V .


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lConu To1erap TOE MAJORITY PR1TCHARD SPEAKS Florida State /News ;

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STARKE, FLA. AGAINST QUAYReport Against Proposed North Carolina to Indorse Action. A Committee Appointed.
The National} Educational Association
26 1900.
The last day of the annual convention -
Disfranchising Amendment. United will meet at CharlestonS.C., this year.
of the Florida! division,
The revolution create by Mergenlhaler : I Daughters of the Confederacy, at Those present at the recent meeting of
the tate TeachersAssociation at Tal-
in the development! of priutini Declares He Is Not EntitledTo VIGOROUSLY OPPOSES THE CHANGE Jacksonville, was much more important in- lahassee decided to send a large delegation .
was fully equal to that of Gutten erg I' in its action than the first day, to Charleston to establish there

in inventing it. Seat In the Senate. which annual the convention election of was officers organized.The was. a "Florida Headquarters," to impart
To Senator Morgan, Who Had
information about Florida, its indus-
held and the convention took decided
When wireless telegraphy becomes Frevlouily Spoken On the Sub- tries, resources and varied attractions,
action regarding the enactment, by
universal, what will become of the Ject-A nay or Oratory. etc. Several hundred dollars was rais-
l'ENERY REPLIES TO PRITCHARD the last Florida legislature, on an appropriation -
poor linemen. Well, possibly he can of 2,500 for the erectionof ed among the teachers for this object,
and J. C. Compton, of Tavares, former
find employment in keeping the messages Monday was another day of oratoryin a montumeut to mark the battlefield
of the association
president state has
from scatter ing. the senate. Mr. Pritchard, of North of Olnstee. The force of this actionwas
J1 Louisiana Senator Makes AppealFor to reqnest the commission appointed announced the following committee to
Carolina, delivered a long and carefully take charge of this important work:
under the act to postpone
From Alabama comes the report of White SupremacyIn Miss Benella Davenport of Bartow
prepared address upon the race question further action at present, and also refusing ,
the death of a distinguished lawyer the South.At in the south, his remarks being to indoree the hill that was chairman; State Superintendent W. N.

caused by over exertion at golf. This addressed particularly against the pro- made a law in the legislative sessionof Sheats, Tallahassee; Miss Clem Hampton -
Live Oak; Mrs. W. S. Kepler,
may be regarded us the exception: : that the opening of the senate Tues- posed amendment to the constitutionof The 1899.\officers elected by the conven- Jacksonville; Dr. John F. Forbes, De

proves the rule that golf is a game in day, :Mr. Turley, of Tennessee, re- North Carolinawhich if enacted, he tion were the following: Land; Professor B. C. Graham, Tam-

which one has enough and" not too ported from the committee on privileges said, would disfranchise a large classof President, Mrs. John W. Tench of pa; Professor J. H. Fulks, Monticello;

much work to do. and elections a resolution on the voters, both white and black. Gainesville; first vice president, Mrs.R. Superintendent ,y1.. Holloway,
-..._-- He followed Mr. Turner: of second Gainesville.
of former Senator Quay. The was by C. Cooley, of Jacksonville;
The automobile will not less case
prove Washington, in a speech on the Phil- vice president, :Mrs.: Sheldon Stringer,
interesting or less vivacious than the resolution follows: ippine question in which he arraignedthe of Brooksville; corresponding secre- Kepiiblirnna Select n..JpJatei1.!

horse. It will never kick the dash- "That the Hon. Matthew S. Quay is administration policy.Mr. tary, Mrs. J.I.. Taylor, of Gainesville The Republican state conventionmet

board into the atmosphere or shy at a J I not entitled to take his seat in this Hoar chairman of the judiciary ; recording secretary, .Mrs. Dan at St. Augustine pursuant to call. .

wind-blown body as a senator from the state of committee, reported back the resolu- Morgan Smith, of Ocala; treasurer, Hon. John G. Long was elected tem-
but it
; newspaper, oan get Pennsylvania." tion of :Mr.: Rawlins, of Utah, for an 'Irs. C. G. Butt, of Orlando; registrar porary chairman. The committee: on

its' lever jammed, run away, blowup That resolution was the judgment of inquiry upon polygamy with a recommendation Mrs. W. L. l arra1Dore, of Madi credentials threw out the delegates

its gasoline tauk and catch fire with the majority of the committee. The that the first and last para frouvHillsboro, Pasco and :Manatee:

a bewildering cheerfulness on occasion. minority the committee filed a re- graphs of the resolutions bo adopted. son.The historian, Mrs. Horatio Davis!';, counties notwithstanding a vigorous _

4r' port declaring that Mr. Quay was entitled The report was accepted and the reso- of Gainesville, having been elected at protest and a prediction that a day of

Chicago's municipal pawnshop, authorired to a seat in the senate. lution as amended adopted. As passed the last annual meeting for two years, heavy reckoning would come. Dele-

;. \ at the last session 'of the Illinois The majority freport, opposing the the resolution read: held her place without reelection.A gates to national convention at Philadelphia -
seating of Mr. Quay, was signed by "To what extent polygamy is practiced << were chosen as lluws: John

it t legislature: has been established Senators Caffery, Pettus, Turiey, Harris or polygamous marriages enter- Commrnd.tlili Move.The G. Long and Henry Chubb, white;
: anti is now operated under a charter and Barrows, the last named tho ed into in the United :States: or inI Joseph'; Lee and :Mark White, colored.
f from iho state, at which money will only Republican signing it. The mi- I places over. which they have jurisdiction. peopl county seem McKiuley's administration received
C of be thoroughly aroused upon the qUE'Stion -
be adduced: on personal security at nority report bears the ignatnres of the of the hearty endorsement, but the delegates
improvement public
Senators Hoar, Chandler, Pritchard I "What, if steps should be taken
any not instructed for candi-
w-i the rate of one per cent monthly instead and roads., '; Meetings are announced in were any
and :McComas, all Republicans or measures enacted for the prevention ,
t of twice that amount, as the priVate advocates of giving the seat to :Mr.: I of polygamy in the United States various parts of the county to get an date.The
leaders in the convention all
of the sentiment of the
\. have been in the expression
pawnbrokers Quay.Mr.. and places over which they have juris- I
agreed that the vice
:: presidential candidate -
of South Dakota, offered citizens of that county on a proposition :
of charging. At the same time Pettigrew, diction.
habit would from New York
bond the for sufficient I!
a resolution, which on objection Mr. Pritchard, of North Carolina, to county a
: \mny be reasol.aiilvassumed that the Lieutenant Governor Woodruff beingthe
\ amount to build with the least
possiIlle j
went over, calling on the president for I then called up his resolution.: His address favorite missha.l
\ount advanced will bear though Secretary
a more less than hundred
delay, not one ]
General J. C. Bate's relating to of
report was in the nature a reply to
Stable. relation to the value of thee the treaty with the sultan of Sulu. I that delivered several days ago by and fifty miles of good hard roads. I| many supporters.' The Florida
\ delegation will, it is conceded, follow
that Ocala and Marion
than has been thelin Resolutions calling Nothing
generally were adopted upon Senator Morgan. When he
I I the lead of the New York delegation..
could do would do to
-- transactions of this character the president for correspondence with that the cry of "negro domination" county more .
i Great Britain concerning the Clayton- I was the answer given to every proposition place that city and county upon a permanent -

s of men everywhere differ in Bnlwer treaty; with the Colombian made by the Republicans:: basis of prosperity. No community The largest and most enthusiastic

.I{ 'i''ji'sspects as to extent and the government as to the Panama Canal I Tillmau, of South Carolina, interrupted ever lost anything by investing meeting iu the history o* the Anthony
\ Company of France. to say that little: else was to be expected in good roads, but many communities Truckers' Union was held) the past
I-j tjthat. public education should I The Allen resolution calling upon I when the admistration contin have fallen behind in the week. The meeting twits mainly for

o II 1, or nearly all, will agree the treasury for information as to all ually thrust negro postmasters on the race of progress by>> not making such the purpose of conferring with some

'' o tic education is to proceed communication with the National City people of the south. an investment. The citizens of Marion of the leading cammissioa houses in <;r

I *. providing! facilities for a bank of New York concerning the old "There you have it," retorted :Mr.: county are on the right track, and the United States> as to new and improved -

I education it I custom uouse transfer was adopted.Mr. Pritchard. "If I should read the ten we trust they may be successful. If methods to be adopted for the

English : Turner, of Washington, concludedhis commandments to the senator'he Marion county builds more and better mutual advantage of both the producer ':;
.l"e direction of manual I Philippine speech begun Mondayand would back at roads Alachua county will be
1. cry, 'negro' me. cum-I and selle :;
rVft.trade or a technical :Mr. Ross then spoke on his Philippine "We say nigger in the south, not pelled to follow suit. Those 0
1" line resolution.The Mr. Tillman. "Letus pose the construction of better roads I .
no special a mauf'jporting negro, replied A real estate dealer at Ocala has
Ross resolution declared the stick to the facts." will stand in their own light.-Gaines-
: and in near- I ville Sun. rounded up a good big/ timber deal, in .
constitutional provisions do not, unaided "The sanator may use whatever ex-
ceJ of lucrative em- which he has induced Georgia partiesto
,' by act of congress, extend over i pression he likes. I'm satisfied to invest in SI(;OiOOO'or h of the
a great or greater II the Philippines and Porto Rico; that I use mine," said Mr. Pritchard.Mr. To Kfleaoe Attnew. Lumber timber '
Inrs Copley
Company's pine -
th"cfnts! of fame or I the United: State" could take sover- Pritchard argued that the question E. W. Agnew, ex-banker and mer- on the Ocklawaha river below

...;ertis ,a..ts as in the I 1 eignty of those islands unrestrained by involved the pence and welfareof chant of Ocala, who for three years Grahamville. The parties making the j'

,U Darned pro- I the constitution, etc. It was :\Ir.HesR's the nation and the stability of our I has been serving a five years' sentence j purchase will erect one of the largest
very,. n maiden speech.Mr. institutions. The constitution in in the United States prison at Columbus i
\ ,.eo- mills in the south, employ 2t n ) hands
'r "s.. = McEncry, democrat, of Louisiana plain, mandatory and unequivocal language Ohio, has had his sentence commuted j i i and cut 12,000,000) of lumber. The .

f es impressive : then was recognized to deliver guaranteed to each state a republican to three years' which will give head office will he in Oonl.i: the officers .
i his announced speech on the resolu- form of government. But him liberty on the 8th of next March j
thats I and their families will reside there.A .
len ous II tion of Mr. Pritchard, Republican of according to :\Morgan's contention, Agnew was at one time one of the'

them with I North Carolina, relating to the proDOsed : said Mr. Pritchard, the constitution leading and wealthy citizens of this I

;PSist in '' amendment to the constitution I, could be violated if it became necessary state. He was arrested by the government -! piece of news important to the

,*'%-* ..aol i: of North Carolina. He said the racen ': to violate it in order to maintain officials on the charge of misappropriating ; people of Fernandina is hat the Southern ...

> 'are, the t question was one of the most berious I Democratic rule in the south. That the funds of the National I Naval Stores Company (heretofore o

'j'ofn and setmerits which had ever confronted the nationI I I was nullification, pure and simple. I bank of Ocala, of which he was I the Savannah Naval Stores> Company '

I and said: I Mr. Pritchard said that Louisiana 1 president. His trial was a long and ; of Savannah, Gn.) would locate a I lr.

okt } "So far the best intellects of the south I was one of the states which, by constitutional i tedious one. Agnew is well known I branch of its business Fernandiua. f a

{he adver::''j j 1 have endeavored to fiud nome remedyto i enactment, had deprived throughout Florida. i This is the largest company doing ..04,,

\* meet make the south prosperous, notwithstanding i certain of. its citizens of privileges Mrs Agnew was notified of commutation : business in Savannah.

\ calb the vast number of : guaranteed them by the federal constitution a few days ago. She has

to... ...I,ignorantblacks, to make her social I and he said that the Demo- ed industriously to secure her labor-I J. W. Hoffman, Ph. D., professor of
'- clear and defined in the North Carolina band's pardon and has !'
] position cratic party of was attempting agriculturtural biology in the State i
], of the and to president in his behalf, but it seemed
j separation races place to secure the adoption of a I Agricultural and Mechanical:: collegeat
1 her on a political basis that will : proposition to Amend the constitutionof unsuccessful until the news came onlya Orangeburg, S. C., his been elec-t- _

insure stability to her institutions; that state in a similar way. short time ago. ed professor of agriculture in the
1 make the ballot bothe: sacred State
and Industrial Collegefor
,e a P'Qi\3\ r;taf the liberties of the peo- FIGHT AGAINST ICO ADS. The Debt Paid. Colored Students at Tallahassee 1
\ '_t charnel house where As is known the
ton of US to U : generally expensesof -
I 1-1:7': iicrmiuation they were ass Florida Commission Want Railroad Fares the constitutional convention of I D
IU J"1..JI l; to prevent them by means Cut to Thrre Cent. 1885: and the changes made in the The "Editoria," the home for journalists 0.\
a ballot! and superior numbers from : at Interlachen, was burned to
just law said convention
organic by embarrassed -
'. G eiiing control of the state and A big legal fight began Monday in the state's finances to such the ground one day the past week.

I one-" igurating the era of terrorism I the circuit court at Jacksonville Fla., an extent that 3100,000 had to be bor- i j The building originally cost some

the corruption which prevailed under : between the state' railroad commission rowed by the authority of the legislature I $16,000 and was only partially in-

.: caris government. from 1808 to 1S77. I vs. various :Florida railroads to com of 1839, and an additional S100- j sured. By the heroic efforts of the

,'r tILe recollection of that period is pel them to reduce the fare to three 000 by the authority of the legislatureof citizens all the other buildings were
.. a ell-born dream and one is cents. 1891. saved. ;

'pal]ers, fat unnerved at the mention. It I The fight will be warm on both sides, The $200,000 thus borrowed was r

l comie a'kest and most shameful I the railroads refusing to adopt rules evidenced by notes of the state given The Florida! Central .t Peninsular )

,: 'r nJ in the history of the human ; promulgated by the commissioners.To in accordance with legislative authori- :j Railroad Company is enlarging the 1

":1 ]rate. 01 -rilA; \von.ler now is that by ty. During the years 1898 and 1899! platform at its depot at Plant City I

.let, t here tlit vas not sooner terminated by Unseat Robbins. one-half of this amount, or 100,000, I Iwas and erecting an ice house to accommo- :

t'et"...'\:. n itraged people. The house committee on elections paid and a few days ago the controller date the strawberry growers. i
Giant the legislation of Louisiana, I No. 1 divided on party lines and by a drew his warrant for the remaining 'ill

'e rate &: ]ms for its sole object the ad- 1 vote of 6 to 2 decidjd to recommend SIOO.OOJ. Thus the entire'sum The Sanford Board of Trade issued .

)j E: the ement of both races, the progress | the seating of William F. Aldrich, Republican of 3200,000, borrowed by legislative -i bulletins announcing the Gulf States .

t':>,,. i ije state, socially, politically and : who contests the seat nowi direction, has been paid. ] Cassava convention in that city. The
,LTX) : i! n( n"ljt, and inaugurate again Hent'C i held by Gaston A. Robbins, Democrat Florida's financial standing is not :] board also issued an illustrated leaf-

|I ua'-ou in that state the tragic: : for the Fourth congressional district surpassed by any state in the Union. ;i let, showing a cassava plant growingand
\ line; i 'ue c.1878 will be re-enact.- l of Alabama. ii a view of the cassava factory
-- I
p .*- ; Tii never has been any di'posiir I II i I owned by the Planters' Manufacturing .J
I lit the of Lou jn j- Ii Mr. J. V. who has
H. IS siyartof people I TO r.EClHJMZK TRANSVAAL.'o Burke been engaged company at Lake Mary. OJ
: by | Thefivethe negro of any of his I ---- in the phosphate business near !

';p1 ?uUv'the!' chi civil ri"ht!!. There has lirn resrnt.tUe Will Ke Ke- Montbrook for the past two years, has i ,
nh i h.fill; continue to be >leteri I ceived by I'rt'"ltl..nt McKinley removed his plant to Hlutshorne,where'I '' Messrs. E. S. Thompson and W. ,
P i "k/; fixed and unalterable, torcr'l'r i It id stated<< in an authoritative quarter he will continue the business. Colonel I Halleck, of the :Michigan seed Com-

-::1?,,-. l "Jin'social privileges on equality: j that if Montague White is equipped I John X. C. Stockton, of Jacksonville,
c entsr"xe whites, to prohibit him from I with proper credentials from theTransvaal has purchased the Live Oak phosphate ago for the purpose of establishing a .c

has -n.. to; an equality in social life : government, he will be received mining plant, railroad iron, etc., and i: seed warehouse for the state of Flori- !t
s. wr evernre forbid" as its representative by the ad- will remove it to Standard, where he !I da. They secured the B. T. Knhl .j;

11f! it.'i.x'': Goocnry said that the suffrage ministration. will continue operations. i i three-story brick block several mouths 3t

} thiiv'' nea. 'c"'tLouisiana constitution General Obiern's rejection was ostensibly I ago, and have been working at the

i to\t roved by all citizens of the due to his American citizen-. other end of the line to the accomplishment ._
,sate Captain S. C. Cobb, of Pensacola, : of the
the that the above named undertaking.They .
1111 rom day negro ship, but there is no doubt that the .
,., for ? .,(?> in which that
domination prevailed in the matter of the Transvaal gentleman promise to i. stock, and to this will be added other
Lai 'hen'tinegfp !
t represen-
v do all he can to obtain the location of
t.le: .J ;jlate,' until 1S76 when it was tation be left undetermined. However, a I shipments. They are full of enthusiasm V
ei.t ; .C t Vro of marine hospital at Peusacola. The con- i i over the outlook, and believe that
;tUOUL' p- was an era corm when Mr. White calls at the state department '
rice and tyranny not equaled Secretary Hay will see him gressman further promises to) at once [ the time is ripe for the enterprise they
take the matter.
,.. up have
t uutertnken.
;. and his status will then be determined.


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London cablegram of Sunday says: 'J-" !

It is evident from General Buller's .

dispatch to the war office and the ad- ((1WATAfrUNUT t I E cqvcI I i" ,,

vices to the Associated Press from
III 4: 1 Don't be in too big a hurry ? If you
Spear .an's camp that a big battle is ,, .
I' Ill I can get the best at only a dollar or'soIII -.. '
now being fought. As far as can be ;
c.more, why not take it ? It will be 'vO ( -1, I I II
from these ,
gathered dispatches the re- ?::: ;
I NI -I cheaper in the end.ROCK ....." ;
sult remains undecided. \ CO. t \ ( .-...._,

The war office shortly after midnight t L See our Agent or write direct. HILL ROCK HILL.S.cJi ;' __
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Saturday night posted the following -

dispatch from General Buller 'Ii

dated Spearrnun's camp: January 20, .
\ 'tN 1 .. '1 f
evening: '
f % .1r.v ..
"Gen. Clery with a part of Gen. .. .
Warren's force, has been in action :%A r .. ,.- ,{ [

from G a. m. till 7 a. m. today. By a 11 1 $: f.\_ !

judicious use of his artillery he has <-- SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOTWINCHESTER | 1 rr, ',, '\ '

fought his way tip capturing ridge j '>-it / .l"u" .;',,1" \ ,-
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after ridge, for about three miles i '
I -
"The troops are now bivouacking I i .......
the ground he has but the i ..,
on gained '
and -
Rifles Repeating Shotguns Ammunition :::5
main position is still in front of them j ., { ., "t
HI he casualties were not heavy 11| Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and /f.T : ; ) '
About 100 wounded has been broughtin ammunition are the standard of the world, but .. -} .".-. .

by 0:30 m. The llum'ler'of .;: ...I:4F
p. makes.
than ;
they do not cost any more poorer ;
killed has been )
not yet ascertained. I! ? : .
,4 AH reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. I
FREE : Send name and address on a postal for 156 ;V. > .

Nothing was received in London | page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns and ..: .t +:- '
1 ammunition made by the y.- ', : .
Monday to indicate that any conclusive -r "":
I 1 .. ., : -,
result had been reached by the British J i WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS GO, i ) ''''-

forces in the region o( the Upper !; k ITS WINCHESTER AYE, HEW HAVEN, CON!. ] :.:) .:,: '

Tugela, and the lack of information '! rata .r.. llt a' .
--- -
regarding: what men and munitionsthe '
F i Age and Blindness no Bar In Romance.
Boers have in reserve prevents ; crop can
accurate determination of the measure : An unusual elopement Is reported No Sc1

of real successes attending the two from the Infirmary of Crawford Count without Itching Burning ( ;

i day's hard lighting. ty. Charles Gun! aulis, an Inmate 70 ,

All that could be said was that the years of age, had been observed to take I Potash. 1

British seem to be doggedly advancingin an exceedingly friendly interest in j I

? the face of an equally stubborn re- Mary Evans a blind woman in the institution I Every blade of Blotchy llumors i

sistance. At the close of Sunday the who Is about sixty years of _

r Boers had merely evacuated their first age.Gunsaulis Grass, every grain . le

line of defense to take up another escaped from the place ; tter'

semi-cireular position a short distance about two weeks ago and could not be of Corn, all Fruits Instantly Relieved :fieys

in the rear, recalling the old burgherruse located. Saturday night he returned

bv which the Boers have previ- and In some manner communicated I and Vegetablesmust and Speedily Cure'J1)I.e -

ously managed to entice the British with the Evans woman, who, though have it. If xly] Ash.X75in3uetic:
into fatal traps.Dispatches entirely blind let herself down from asecondstory '

j from elsewhere in South window by means of a I ( A1lA

Africa Monday morning give trivial knotted sheet and Joined Gunsaulis I enough is r-upplied **

details of minor happenings and don low the two setting out together at be-I a that
dead of night, bound for you can count on a full cropif -
:>t illuminate the situation. some one to

1 Early on Sunday morning General marry them. Neither had a cent in I ./
little the will be
Warren commenced a flanking movement cash, and could therefore secure no too growth ii.,

on the extreme left of the Boers' license, which it is alleged they attempted I iges

position. The infantry advanced at 5 to do in the morninjr. "scrubby. :.' rong..

in the morning along the bide of Ta- This led to their capture, upon which Send for our books telling; rll about composition of : 1 r't-arrglolsans and*

it, ham"< ana mountain, which ends at they were returned to the almshouse fertilizers best adapted for all crops. They cost you The'tchiag and burning su1leredus in the bovePwere

111 Sploukop. The British carefully worked I -Cleveland (Ohio) Leader._ __ nothing. te-nble. At night they were wRw ; quickly restQ'greater _

11-"'"' along the hills until within 1,000 English Doll Oarrlaes.DoUs' GERMAN; KALI WORKS!33) Nassau!St..New York. part of the night. I consulted doc th l Sod by

I yards of a commanding kopje, on I ling on the road most of my time also one :
which the Boers were concentrated carriages have long been madein ti
knew what the trouble was. : ---
doctors .
in and
t concealed behind immense boulders this country great variety LOVELY
r medicines I had been using. I fouil't get the
strewn thickly over the hill. many of them of fine materials andhandsomely J- the

Tho artillery opened the attack aud finished. There are now that I concluded I would have to go'to.that a baby;C

t the batteries worked continuously added to this variety imported dolls' All hand-painted. No get relief. I had frequently been.urg ;e.th,that CO

pouring tons of shrapnel among the carriages that are an exact imitation q'r Sold haniUomer!at manufacturer's lamp made. but I had no faith In them. My wife fii '- 'i
Boers, who devoted their attention to ; on n smaller scale of the imported ( prices. .WE!: PAY THE Presto! What a change 1 I am now c' acha,

the British infantry i English baby 'carriages.; Tiiose doll jnnr.HT.M.tketf doctor r;:fie-' tion. b. .
musketry firing on ,, a most acceptable feel like kicking some
carrtageRi ,"e the sam bc-ly of wood r- 'l'cI't'nt.Ih'auUful. headaches
their ; ne
The Boers stuck to rocky I 11uld have used CUTICURA ,
as the larger carriages, curving upward colored cat- < Bt'CompIet
fastnesses with the greatest tenacity nlulrue of hand-painted ; point to
aud at the conclusion of the day, the on the under side at either end, I'un Ultor BASQtETLAlPS : ter I stePs to Cures.-
free. i!
r.nd with the
in the same way, same ;
British Lad only advanced across a disease devckConsists
Every Guirantt ,
Isndau-like: drop at the middle. The r Lamp
; few ridges. The Boers apparentlyhave td. Mrmry back if stage. Pricjjl
body is painted and hung onto springs of CDTICUBA SOAP
: few guns and they did little at each end. The linings and trimmings you tome; fLManufactured the thickened cuticle,CUTICUK,o.; certain reme-l
Honley.of the Dub- by
damage. Captain are of leather, as also is tLe top. andintlammationandsootbeandi, strengthens tly"
lin Fusiliers fell mortally wounded Pittsburc Glass Co., the blood. A SINGLE Sn:
The little Englishearriagesare -ouglit WC: MAR TITB LAMPe, the ht'Cr, Stinltlldl.
l' while leadingh is men to seize a fresh TOU BtTT DIRECT rittsbarg Pa. figuring skin,scalp,and blood tare ,
of i, in two sizes and finished! in brown, physicians hospitals, and all eisos and digestion, Cie.

point vantage.General Buller reported nothing of I in green, in blue and in white. BOOK AGENTS TVANTED' FORthe AND CHKM. CORP., Sole Props., Ilt It has been Used",
I grandMl and fastest Mlliae
ever publitbod
t his operations on Monday and official I 110''''. This? Millions of Won I and obstin: to casehratif'ing :.. +
and intelligence showed the Brit- We offer One Hundred Dollars Seward' for Pulpit flihoesI '"- Success. '. ,
press any CBPO of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Exclusively for preservit,purif x.g,, -
the C .
ish as bivouced Sunday night on ,i i Hall's Catarrh Cure.K. i I OR LIVIOContuoinr THr.rrrl' FO _.\n A\D IIFART. crusts,scale,and dandruff, and ineEtopf rug o.
ground they had won after two davs'fighting. J. IIKNEV & fo Props., Toledo, 0 Mr. )'OUU.1. Sertno:!. with boo red,rough, and 8O e hands, liuht 4 :
I I \Ve. the nnd'-rptcned,have known F. J, ('he- TLnlhor Stories.Inndecu.1.....lIal Fxp*..'De..rtc.u told beailng tree ot'otte. ?: ;
The war office turned everybody ', neyfrrthelast 15 !('/lrB.nnd believe Mm perfectly nations, and chafing-, or too "
'" out of the lobbies at midnight; honorable In all bUlOh.t'l'erln5 cttoI\ : Bll D. L. Moody ulcerative weaknesses ant for many JutE D v ,
j and flnandll.lh"hie to cany out any ibllgartonmade themselves to women,and especially: FO
Monday night. Military men assume I.v their firm.I ,i \\_v.With a .,m"l.tebi.lol'J'nrhi.lift by Itew.CH V..S.F. Xo amount of periuaslt Ifc_ -
..... and
Pttljr Mr Moody Church '
KOS9 nt a Chicieo for five "
,i that fighing must have taken place on I \VFST & i KCAX, Wholesale Druggists Toledo, and all Introduction b, lirv. \.\ MAN AHKIT'1.1. n.Bran. other, especially for preEerving and P
I Ohio.w11.1INa.. I .: sew fin"pp-m that it was probably more seton MARVIN, WholesalelirnjrirUts. Afik.N'THANTFUMrn .nd .'. children ,
1 .- !or.day KIVNAN & I : Wonfo. C7"Imme" :- -
Gen. Toledo,Ohio. ..-m h..t time for Aitrnti !>..;! for t.rmn to CL RA, tuc great skin cure, with' t' ""3nSfec
? n the preceding days. Hall's! Catarrh lure Is taken Internally,act- A. I). U01iTJJJ\(.TON A. (:U.. Hartford, long. I log of Dower odors.o otberAACS! ,. ::I lams:Li.j! ij te-
////.. ,V nlJ not be likely to give Irp t\ttr M leisure to add to the elaborate i I faces of the'pjKtem. 1'rlce, :5. per bottle :hold: I other foreign or domestic toilet soap.) Gilt Picture I
t bv all Drnctist! ,:: Testimonials. & the of the tolltt. bath, and ,
TTf5'!nchment8, to arrange I "Hall's Fniiilly Tills are the best., Malsby Company, Paws, viz..TwENTTFIVECENTS: ..!'-e most aror, .
thoir -
and to ceuceutrate In the v or101arer'e
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forces I -
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and Boilers .,
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'y COOT BO.VI A DAISY. I Latin.aterlv-riei e. sir I know sIr; it's Rape ifCeO
an 1.ht-'idt"1 cat.-Li e. flrenitlch.bi -
Strain Water lH -r teain Pump MII- a erfumes .
T.I1or III l.o."e. and Exi>re gp. Opinion I' uht"r'h) Injector. I": f FARM I ,

Count Boni or Editor de Castellane Kottiiju. and the DEBull'sC : !:c. SEEDS111a\yc the. largest, most e,.

Countess de Castellane, nee Gould, The best remedy for : ; ton,. Yank.laIw'ISfedureWa'lIItHt.\cs t.utaer.L.Tror.P..ga.l: : "a and Extracts ever

a arrived at New York Monday on the o U g h Consumption. Cures : .ro.iii.ljOboi. :' li ate. Yo.t UaaiM
;4 uhl.ott.w.. 173 bo barley ana',re- '
tt French liner La Bretagne from Havre .T Coughs,Colds,Grippe, l'S a.4Tlot.Ylo..trrrowi.alr0a..l.t0: i l fIper -''-.
i! U ) fter. If TO.doubt,write them.W.viah J '
Sy r u P Bronchitis, oar so-
g France. The count wa willing to ness. Asthma, Whooping- 1OO.000..e.nomero.llnre.iUD'"cn; -* Jos L. GASK Ito "-
talk about the stories of his losses' by Small closer; quick,sure results. : : DOLLARS WORTH FOR. (Oa -
.,. cz 10 pki ef rv Ixtm Kc 1)r.L'.WiH/rc.rtCoatftpahea. 7 jalzojnse. ,,
Coucerning 'l\fedtclnes DrltlY 5
and gambling. I..pn4I1CIDeb8l..r.oo.s.
stock speculation 0.......,)lstIe ar.M._ 'j
:; De Rodoys. editor of The D.o...1ti..........X11.''w0POT1TUE I )!AIJUf/l"tur'rJ\-\ 4eaereIn trw.s. .,,,Nrti,, : a tarp \r
Figaro; who published an elaborate jsi.2ofr : SAW MILLS. '.,.'...""....iIeo4''c.''.'.."DI.'I.....DI.Articles.'t., Prescrlptl'4'f\.

story about the affair, the count said: & a ('orn b1 ill..1'-.c1 1111".Colton Gin 31l1chlui P"H'. .Great.....,,,..51St.Yn11.a.rl.....".,...D.Ilarr.lepi...... ," ; compounded.1 ,.
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. liar. He is a scoundrel, a -, say i IOe RC.aRF.t.i.c r.d CZ/N I 111111 and Kncl'ie Her>..Ir....:.rr"or..Gr..tp aUIUhla 4T. with I t' l
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Many Converted Jews.It .
Com pensation. FOR THE BOERS is estimated that during the pres-
TARRIES M'KINLEY'S HEALTH Though rou set forth to sail the seasAnd
come not where fair harbors be, ent century nearly 73,000 Jews have
become Protestant Christians, over
E'en It you drift and meet no tide.
Why should you wail? You get the rtde.ChicnKO Meet- 57,000 have joined tho Roman" Catholic
IN WASHINGTON Tribune. Advocated at Monster Mass church and 74,000 the Greek

Drank at AnnuallBanquet In Neu The Craving For Stimulant ing In Washington. church. These with those who have
left Judaism mixed
through marriages
This attracted a great .
Question has lately
York By Followers of Lee deal of attention from the medical profession. make a total of 224,000 in this century.

The use of stimulants seems to be Increasing. The annual conversions to the protestant -
This shows exhausted condition of SYMPATHY IS OPENLY EXPRESSEDSenators. I
clearly an
church 1400.
Holds Informal Conferences With average over
the nerves and tlooJ, which may be remedied
HKS. DAVIS ACCORDED A RECEPTIONPresident only by strengthening the stomach. Hostel !
ter's Stomach Bitters will do this for you. It
Leading Democrats. brings all the energy of stimulant with no .Itepr entatlve* and Other Eminent i "THREE: years ago I was badly afflicted -
injurious effects. It cures dyspepsia, constipation Men are Heard-Strong with Eczema and 'used Tetterine
Sends a Letter of Regret-Banquet and nervousness.
Resolutions Adopted. I with the moat gratifying result. I

FULLY DEFINES HIS POSITIONTo Was a Brilliant lIe Put It WelL made a permanent cure after doctors
Success. had failed to relieve me., I have
"called small Willie symp-
come quick.
house the largest
from ,the bed wh.-re he wa confined with The Grand opera tons of it breaking oat on another partof
stomach troll hI.., hi think I'm going to un- packedto
:New., auditorium in Washinton was my person' ,BO you will please send me
Avoid Errors He Writes Iter- The tenth annual banquet of the swallow something. 1h'a"o
the doors Sunday night with an en1 one box Tetterine by return mail for
views With Himself as to Confederate Veterans camp of New Time thusiastic audience which vigorously the 50c. enclosed. W. L. Mounce 121

Future Political Course.A York, given in honor of General R. E. "Take by its with the Boersin St. Marks avenue Brooklyn, N. Y."

lee, was held at the Waldorf-Astoria The Forelock." expressed sympathy Sold by druggists or by mail for 50c.
the fight with Great Britain. by J. T. Shuptrine Savannah, Ga.
Washington special says: William Friday night, 300 persons being in at- The gathering assembled under the .
tendance. One of the features was %n't watt antS sickness overtakes you. Irish Societies
Jennings of Nebraska auspices of the United
Bryan spent
tired the first rheu- .
When feeling
that Germans of Marriageable
in most of his the presence of a large number of wo- and a number of leading
Friday Washington, men, members of the families of the matic pain, the first warnings of impure the city joined the movement. Among We believe a young man and a
time being devoted to conference with members. blood are manifest, take Hood's Sarsaparilla those who occupied seats on the stage young woman should net marry until

other Democratic leaders. A numberof camp and you 'will rescue your health and were Senators Mason, of Illinois; Al- : she knows how to trim her own hats,
Edward Owen commander of the
questions of party policy and polit- While the dinnerwas probably save a serious sickness. cBe sure len, of Nel>raskaanLl TiIlmanof South : and he is prepared to admit that the
presided. I
camp, Hood's Carolina Representatives DeArmondand baby got its snub nose from its fath-
ical management were under consider- in Mrs. Jefferson Davis to get beca.useJfoodJ ;
progress Cochran, of Missouri; Bailey, of er's folks.-Journal.
ation. was escorted into the center box in
SaMa ta- Texas Carmack and Cox, of Tennessee -
:Mr. reached the the the ;
Bryan city early balcony overlooking banquet I
-r Rhea Jones and Lamb, of Virginia The Iloom.
Friday morning and went to the Metropolitan hall. She was given an ovation. Fans ; -
hotel. There he was and napkins were thrown into the air ; Shafrpth, of Colorado; JJovener, "Isn't it wonderful," said the man

warmly greeted by a party of leading and flowers were flung to the box from cf West Virginia; Meyerof Louisiana; who was being shown through the
A New Kind of Umbrella. Sulzer of New York, and Lentz, of
Democrats. About 11 o'clock he wentto the tables below. magazine office, "how many fine
the capitol and spent some time In a short time :Mrs.: Davis was sur- Two students arranged to have a Ohio and :Mr.: Van Sicklen, representative writers are springing up just now?"

there, making his headquarters in the rounded by a group which desertedthe stroll one afternoon in Glasgow. They : of the Orange Free State at New "Yes," said the editor "these wars

committee room of Senator Jones, of banquet tables to greet her. An both arrived provided with umbrellas, York and representatives of the United are making it possible for new authorsto
'J:. but before starting on their perambulations Irish societies and others. A large "
Arkansas. There he was closeted with informal reception of an hour or more get to the front every day.
leading Democrats and representa- was accordingly held by the widow of one hurriedly returned to his delegation of Irish-Americans and Ger-

tives.: Later he appeared in the mar the head of the Confederacy.The lodgings in order to put some fresh man-Americans from Baltimore was in PUTYAI FADELESS DYES do not gpotrstreak

o room of the senate, where all of dinner over, Commander Owen fuel on his fire. the audience. or give your goods an unevenly dyed ap-
7ble As they walked along they were The principal addresses were made pearance. Bold by all drugg.sts.
Democratic and a number of the proposed the toast: "The President of
senators paid their respects the United States and the Army and rather surprised to see so many of the lIy l Sulzer, Mason, Allen and Clark. :
\ \:t. to him. Navy." It was drunk standing. passersby looking at them with amused Representative Bailey, of Texas, said Did Him Gncxl. .
.j' the of the time he Thomas Nelson of Virginia smiles. At last some corner boysshouted that he was present to give his moral Doctor Ah. the li ttlevmt.lnokvprettpwel';
During most was Page, the pills seem to have he petl him. How did
1 out: support to the cause. His address wasa you tike thm. Johnny?
in the marble room Senator Hauna sat responded to the toast "The South
Her Borders. The "What a fancy cane he carries!" vigorous one, and he was loudly ap .lohnuy With my air rifle; I shot sparrows
1 -c at the other end of the room talking Beyond speakerfirst with them doctor. >
With acme political allies. It was noted I referred to the south in the up Then, on looking down, one discovered plauded.
.that Senator Hanna not building of the city of New York. He to his horror that he was quietly Other speakers were Representatives Mrs.Vlnslow' Soothing,f ynp for children
was among I teething,8<>f t*na the giiina reduces Inflammation
l .":,08e who paid their respects to theebraskan. then spoke of Stonewall Jackson and carrying the fire tongs Instead of an DeArmond, of Missouri; Cochran of allays pain, cures wind ivlic.Jc.; .a bottle.
umbrella having forgotten to make the Missouri; Rhea of Kentucky, and .
paid that southern hero a stirring trib- I can recommend Pi""',, Cure for Con.nmp-
{ Later Mr. Bryan, had the same sort ute. lIe next told of the life of Gen- exchange after replenishing his room Lentz, of Ohio, and :Mr.'Van Sicklen imp to mff rer" from A".Thlr.K 1).TowNSEND -
Ft. Howard. WK.Jlay 4, 1804.No .
fire. Pearson's Weekly. of New York.
; ception_ in the speaker's lobby of eral Lee as a civilian and as presidentof
ouse, almost all of the Democrats an educational institution and said A number: of letters and telegrams SmoLr.

i k 'opulists ainlu number of Repub- his motto was, "Duty is the sublimest Necktie Caught in Her Bonnet. received, including one from Senator "Have a cisrar?" asked Uin paleface.

who served with him in congresst word in the language." lIe alludedin Shevas large and majestic, and had Haile, of Maine, expressing regret at "No." BoltInnrevliell the redman *"I'm

> to shake his Land. glowing terms to the life work of Just purchased a flaming red necktie his inability to be present and entire smokeless This is whatromes ntine. of allowing the untu- t

a(. asked concerning reports Mrs. Jefferson Davis. for her husband whom the clerk mentally sympathy with the movement.: The tored child of the plain*to r.-ad comic paper+. J

.tern: friends and supporters Letters of regret were read from pictured as small and rnecla following resolutions were adopted: .

against the election of New President McKinley, Governor Roose- Turning to walk away, she noted TI "Whereas, The American peoplestill i

<|*te place for holding the na- velt, Mayor Van Wyck and Colonel smile on the face of a bystander: ; but cherish the lessons and memoriesof

-aiB ntion, Mr. Bryan said Longstreet of :New Orleans. The let- held her head high and passed on. She 177G and 1812, and therefore, fully ;;;;

fitpressod and would ex- I ter from President McKinley was as had not gone far. however when she understand and realize the rapacious Allexcept

\lly no preference in this follows: felt a tugging at her arm, and there war which Great Britain is waging

jdded that it is a fact thatWefexice "I received your kind letter invitingme was a small cash boy. against small but patriotic people,

: ; the matter of to be present and respond to a toastat "Say, lady, will :you please bend whose misfortune is the possession of

time. for' holding the cone the tenth annual banquet of your down your head a little," at the same natural wealth coveted by British bad ones 1

.: hands of the national camp on the 14th inst., and I regret time grabbing something which gave greed;
.. --V'should certainly do very much that engagements already her bonnet a jerk. "Whereas In the prosecution of

t fn.r the action of the made prevent me from sending an ac- One of those wretched tics strung on this robber warfare Great Britain has

t:' any of the cities ceptance. The cordial feeling of mu- a line overhead had caught on her hat been balked as yet of her tyrannous

( n'for the convention tual respect and good will existing be- pin, and was dreaming gayly and designs and has, therefore. resortedto

Tlk'upon the Phil- tween the sections of our now re- gracefully down her hlck-Xew! York unlawful and barbarous articles, as There are hundreds -
er anything else. united country, among all peo- Mail and Hxpress. is her wont, to-wit: I

:4 very pon more than ple is most gratifying to me. It; would "1. The arming and mobilization of of cough medi-

>r.*.., ression given afford me peculiar pleasure to be with savages.

:bed. 'in Minne- you on this occasion and give renewed "2. The distribution of dnmdumbnllets
FactsI cines which relieve
.roughoutthe expression to my grateful appreciationof to her soldiery, coupled with 1
present him the promptness and patriotism with the boast that theBritish government

-expansion which the citizens of the south as possessed 100,000,000 such missiles. coughs, all coughs, ,

e-explained, .well as the north responded to the call SicleWom.en "3. The illegal seizure of peaceful

'. --- q)f their country nnd of the ever- I merchandise en route from the neutral except bad. ones! I l lI

...(!re,V'tfA Ii increasing help they are giving to those ports of the Unite! States to friendly

I''fn and4nerttsflis. things which contribute to its prosper- Portuguese markets. I The medicine which
l. ity and advancement, its permanence "Whereas the president of the United

and influence." States has not taken proper notice of
: has been curing the
head ve, "The Man' on the monument and the these outrages, making it necessaryfor

memory of Robert E. Lee" WAS responded the people at large to express their

II raeetf to by John Temple Graves, of First-the medicine that will through public assemblies and I worst of badcoughsfor6oyearsisAyer's

to call;. Georgia. serious warnings. !
'an( holds the record for the "Therefore the citizens of the i J '

( MORE TIME GIVEN. largest number of absolute American capital in mass meeting ,

\: 4 Cures of female ills I sembled, have"Resolved as-I Cherry Pectoral.
Vl 1
t' > Property Owner Favored By I That the people of
'i nsaa;key's 9 ff Secretary Hoot. Is Lydia E. Plnkham's Orange Free State and of the south Here is evidence : i

.v nary Root has issued an order Vegetable Compound. African republics are and of right f,
(e t=)P"'t .K the time for the foreclosureof ought to be free and independent and :
Second-Mrs. Pinkhamcan "My wife was trot bled with adeepseated
:lon. : us i,)as ,on property in Porto their civilization is recognized to" be :
Is tu J:r'months, on the condition, show by her letter equal in morality to that of any other three cough One en day I lungs fir

aver, that such extension shall not files in Lynn that a mIl- people, the false witness of the British years. thoughtof
how Pectoral
Ayer's Cherry
(gustone V/ contrary to legislation enacted lion women have been press to the contrary notwithstanding. : saved the life of sister after
ogress in the interval. The time Therefore, the precipitation my
; '& restored to health by her ,. upon I' the doctors had all given her up to
16 payment of mortgages under them of savage foes in alliance with
;the, medicine and advice die. So I purchased two bottles,
r "'vious orders of the war departjired trained soldiery threatens the repetition ;
and it cured wife .
: "Cani.. .r last Friday. The action Third-All letters to Mrs. of the horrors of Wyoming, Fort my completely.It
took bottle
groundpapers ;nded merely to tide over present Pinkh'am received Dearborn and other places bitterly j only one to cure my
(cial, straits until congress shall are remembered by the American people ]: sister. So you see that three bottles
( opened read and answered i (one dollar each) saved two
e bad an opportunity to legislate. as ruthless instances of British perfidy j I
] comfrattl by women only. lives. We all send you our heart-
Al and dishonor. The attention of the
MORGAN HOES 110'>>[. This fact is certified to by president of the United States is respectfully -I felt thanks for what you have done
+ for us."-J.H.BuRG ,MaconCoL
directed to this feature
the and postmaster -
tber mayor
set, 'prLeaveaWaahingtnn For Alabama which is a notorious matter of common Jan. 13 1899.
of and others tf
( Lynn
1et: n To Confer With FriendH.C repute throughout the world. I

rate Htor Morgan left Washington Mrs. Plnkham's ewn city. "Resolved, That this meeting in '

r ch height for Alabama, where he Write for free book containing concert with the American people
)f the femertf spend some' days conferring !
those certificates. throughout the land, sends its sympathy -
Now for the irS time
t2. i ais friends. Hon. Frank Pettus, and good will and heartfelt encouragement you

ke 'nyc jjis actively at work in Senator Every ailing woman is to the Boers and reminds can get a trial bottle of Cherry
r i t. a's behalf, it at the national Invited to write to Mrs. i
them that the
b. as we triumphed against
11 i Pectoral for II IIi
hle r-'' 4 Ji Pinkham and get her ad- same foe, so may they. '5 cents. Ask

4t fJXt i it IDLLEU SENDS REPORT. vice free of charge. "Resolved, That we beseech and your druggist. ,
in bypanty I strenuously urge the president of the
11. Lydia E. Pinkhun lied. Co.,Lynn,MaiL ,
i ad and Wounded a. a Resultthe United States to exercise the preroga- I
: I : C Sunday's Fighting. tive vested in him by the peace con

4 p1bgtercialCeni In',, re midnight Monday night pNTS WANTED fo the! .gloms Mheeorla vention lately arranged by the power MERCHANTSHaving

1 chu( war office issued the follow- of DwljhtL. yoMy. the world's greatest of the civilized world. We beg himto

regm: .h from General Buller: evangelist. Terr-j liberal. Best Moody offer his good offices as a mediator
Book north forMo"dy
imblis"ed. Why scnil away
: Ch'e Jin's CAMP, Jan. 22, 6 p. Books, where}i-u can get the same book between the Boers and the British a* shoes to
f from home better terms, and buy will find ,
as we ollowing casualties are re- company on for the deliverance of these unfortunate -
eve. : UTe time and rar>n"y on orders. Addr+M it to their advantage to
lP tJX I J iri.General Hare's brigade as UI e,. LUTHE-RPUB-eO-, Englishmen and their families, cor- )'
I iaresult of yesterday's fighting: 503 English A me clean Bldg, Atlanta, Ga. now being punished vicariously for the respond us. We are sell-
e thua Siam-, Byall, Yorkshire reg- ;J crime of a brigand cabal of gold grab- ing many lines under the .

,'salefora t o. nd?'five'men. Wounded: Seem bers and land-hungry con pirators.notone market. Now receiving orders -

,4fi1' ntsnant"Andrews, Border reg- CDTER'SINK of whom is at the forefront of the for our samples to be filled ..
:' 1 Main McLaughlin, Inni- battle. in rotation.
.Je;; LI 1.l whenIIOULIC
Jr gs; ientenant Barlow York- "Resolved That we solemnly pro-

/ ; ::e regi ant, and seventy-five men. A STRATTON (Bookkeeping test against the shipment of munitions i
fljfff light men. Other casual- BRYANT uuub ouhyilleTelegraphy: of war from this country for the use of J. K. ORR SHOE CO. !
received." I ,
forwarded when than 2d class acuooL CAtalog free Great Britain.



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i LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Cohen'4 Store Soo i to Open. I SLICK RASCAL JAILED. I In MemoryOf !,! .

M. B. Cohen, of the firm of ; little Carl Hall, who died August Woman's Monthly Trial

Mr and Mrs. G. A. Douglass Cohen, Friedman & Co., who wi'l' Deputy Sheriff Wm. Tison Brings I. 8. 1899: t

are visiting relatives at Hagen I I shortly open a store here, accom- Him to Bay. !.
I this week. panied by L. Hoffman manager of The 10:15 express train Saturday -!j He's gone, who was our joy-- I There should be no dread
Our littl darliiiR dear! I
-- .. the new store, ,was in town during night brought a young man to j i I! Hut Still we think of our Itny p of the monthly period. !

,;: Mrs Brown, of Lloyd, is visiting the first part of the week. Starke who registered at the New !| A* when lie was with uo here. To the in
::':.\ the family of her brother.Mr.; W. While here : Mr. Cohen had aj: Commercial as Frank A. Vaughn, :, Of his>little act we think. woman
H. Rivers, of this city. canvas Washington, D. C. '1 health it should be a renewal of
,: large sign stretched across | Monday morning And his smiling happy face.And .
----- the front of the Johns building, in Deputy Sheriff Wm Tison received -i'i his dimpled cheeks el l>iiik. strength and vigor. But to how
Mrs Smith, of Anthony, is visiting I j|i As he played about the
I which the new store will be open- a telegram from the chief of I many is it a period of miserable
her i I r
daughter Mrs. W. I
Rivers, Madison eel, announcing that the doors will police of Jacksonville, requestingthe I|II I We know it \is wrong to gi leve suffering These periods may !_
l' on street. I| And shed the sorrowful
,. r- be thrown open February 15th. arrest of the young man, and' tear. be made and 1-
For him whose life was so brief perfectly painless
F. M. Rivers, one of Lake But Between 8,000 and $10,000 worthof the officer at once began a search I And who is with the angel there: G.F.P. Getstlc's ;:T
ler's leading citizens, was transacting goods have already arrived for for him. Vaughn had frequentedthe regular by using -
Yet we loved our darling so,
JJt business in Starke'Monday. the store and the carpenters are barroom ot C. M. Sparkman & I And the loss we deeply feel. Female Panacea).

vjrt.i I rushing their work to give room Co. during the early hours of the While to the' Kedeemer go Too much cannot be.. said for yoor worthy remedy for

t, J.V.. Hodges left Tuesday to for the goods as they arrive. The !morning, where he Boasted of playing I And pray Him our sorrows to heal. healthy'.mal.lrregul&l1U.: mother who weigh A* a K malt pound.e and hare a Ore a months strong.
k' sperd a while at Ormond and other of eld boy who weigh tl pounds. The mother Is a very:
the .
stock will be a l large and varied some newspapermen in And when our life on earth i is o er email woman but Is strong and hearty and she claim t
?"' points of interest on the East one, and Manager Hoffman will be Jacksonville for "suckers" on the And we bid our last farewell that O.r.P.did It all.as all other remedies had failed.
W.B.N&LIIO..1'rln Mont Eagle (Tenn.)Seminary.
Coast. ; claim that he was a member of the \Ve hope to enter heaven's door. ........... ........ 1I I
I _., assiste.l by a corps of competentand .................... .
I-' u -- and had Witn our dai ling forever to dwell. If :jour cane If not fully covered by our FREE IOU e I
>ii Contractor Wm. Lake is about obliging salesmen and sales- fraternity run up again I. : "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES. i

E. completing for Dr. A. L. Scott : ladies Mr. T. P. Wall, of this hard luck Mr. Tison inquired for. .- MA f.\. : Write In confidence for free advice to :
--- .
is 1 place, a salesman of Vaughn at the barroom, and find- :, .. ;,
', what probably the largest private long experience ing that he was not there went to Teachers' Meeting. ............Chattaaeecm...........Tea...............
., barn in Starke. and a very popular one with I
,. the local trade, will be the the hotel. The clerk told the of- The Bradford County Teachers' PRICE tl.OO A BOTTLE. _
among It doe not baBdl O.F.P.
druggist ask him Co
4 W. II.: Rivers is enjoying a' salesmen in the new establish- ficer that Vaughn was in his room, Association met in Starke the 20th i send your for It,otherwise send ,j your order and 11.08 aol

vacation at home after a most busy ment. and together they went up to see inst. and was called to order by h j I we will supply yon direct

season on the road as the representative -.---,- him, but he was not there. It was Superintendent Schell, who, in the y L.GERSTLE- ._ft-CO.--,., Chattanooga. ,. ,Titncntary ..

,; '' of VV. VV. Gordon & Co., the nore Hotel Room. afterward learned that Vaughn had absence of the president and sec ---- -

H Savanah cotton brokers. Travel to Starke is constantly left town by the ankle expressover retary, appointed G. F. Scott andMiss on the resources and de

the A. S. R. & G. Olive fill their velopment of the city of Tampa.
'!' ---- -- increasing. The number of people railway Ray to respective -
Constipation leads to liver Hiilsboro and Manatee counties
who and without the formality of paying his p'aces.Attera .
trouble, and torpid liver to Bright'sdisease. each come and go grows the larger hotel bill. After receiving this prayer by A. Hercules, The handsome pictures and excellently :. b
I season, during
1. Prickly Ash Bitters is a just ended the increase has beenso year information Deputy Tison startedat Col. C. L. Peek welcomed the worded write-ups irresistible I'

4 certain cure at any stage of the that N. of once for Sampson City to try to teachers to Starke in a most cor- and he who sees must read, 'i '
perceptible J. Jones,
disorder. Sold by Starke Drug the popular New Commercial, findsit intercept his man, but found upon dial manner and praised the efficiency forming most pleasant

'f.Co. necessary to enlarge his hostelry.The arrival therethat he had changed his of the present system of of the sections impressio't -,

', T. D. Gunter, the popular young building has been so often en- course, going toward Hampton by teachers'examinations.. The re- edition. .

'f; principal the Lawtey school, was larged that Mr Jones finds it a the G S. & F. railway. The officer sponse by F. H. Ellis, of Hampton Tampa is to be congratulated (::i ... !?'
followed in hot and both and having the irrepressible Stove:' to '"":' -.i:''
i a visitor to Starke Sunday. Although difficult problem to settle upon a pursuit was interesting ;
', the public school term is place for the new addition, but has caught Vaughn at Hampton about instructive. The minutes of the place her in a fitting light L-.ioic- ...

I now at an end the citizens of Law- about made up his mind to join the night. He brought his prisonerback last meeting were read and approved. the world. _. .a9
to Starke and took him to = : : 'ItI
It tey have engaged Mr. Gunter to annex to the east end of the wing '

teach a private term of four months. running east and west and run it Jacksonville on the early train "Mistakes in primary teaching"was Prevention '.: .j.i..

north toward Call street. Tuesday morning. the subject of a paper by Miss I '

}' If your stomach is disordered, The addition will contain several In noting the capture of Vaughnthe Olive Ray. better than cure. Tutt's Liver ?;

bowels irregular, and you don't large, comfortable rooms and will Jacksonville Metropolis of "Longer school terms and howto Pills will not only cure, but if

tt 4f feel well, you need Prickly Ash Tuesday afternoon said: get them"was ably discussed by '
place Mr. Jones in a position to taken time will prevent : ,,:
:'i' Bitters. It is very effective in removing take better care than ever of the "The young swindler and all- C. L Peek, A Hercules and others. ,110 f r

: .' this condition. Sold by traveling public. Work on it will round dead-beat, who claims to be This ended forenoon session, Sick Headache, :

:: Starke Drug Co. probably be started in the near a newspaper man from New York, snd after reconvening a roll call dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria, .: ...-.
a is incarcerated in the city jail, showed that twenty-five teacherswere

X' Rev. E. H. Giles, pastor of the future. -- -- awaiting a preliminary hearing for present, besides many laymen constipation, jaundice, torpid

; Methodist churches at this place Vaccination Very Important. theft, which will take place to- I(interested in school work. liver and kindred diseases. A ;VTUTT'S

j and LaCrosse, has selected the before A "The of the "
morrow morning Justice personality PILLS"ABSOLUTELY
The TELEGRAPH is in receipt of I I Liver
.i second Sunday of each month for ,
O. Miss Bessie Manire
Wright. by was an :'
il his visits to LaCrosse and will conduct another communication from the "This slick rascal claims that I and CURE. '
interesting carefully prepared r
State Board of Health the
services in Starke on the 1st, urging I
f : his name is Frank Vaughn, and he paper.F. .
t' 3d and 4th Sundays of each importance of general vaccination. : l
that is H. Ellis made instructive
audacity -
an a :
; possesses positively very -
);: month. It is pointed out that smallpox The Kidneys cleanse the blor*'
appalling Vaughn calledon talk theteas'er's
.! common-sense on
exists to a great extent in several and nn their activity depend
all the offices here relations to the
J. L. Gaskins guarantees every ot the southern states and that newspaper patrons. health of the body. If th'e- i.
bottle of Cnamberlain's several days ago, and told a pit tul Next in order was a matter of
Cough there is constant danger of a ; becomes so torpid that it interfe/
J and wilt refund the tale. He was well dressed, and business. laid over from last meeting '
Remedy monev spread of the disease in Florida. with the work of the kidneys:
to any one who is not satisfied af- Through the instrumentality of seemed fami iar with newspaper namely, to raise $4.50 fora body suffers and dropsyre"
work and when he spoke of his United States to be ..
: ter using two-thirds of the contents.IJhis the Board more than 200,000 citi- presented The most valuable feature
: is the best in the world hunger it excited sympathy, and to the school in the county that
remedy zens of the state have been vaccin- curative effect of Prickly Ash.
) for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup nated during the past two years he was given money by several of makes the highest per cent. of at- :es is its stimulating influenc'

, '?'i and whooping cough and is pleas- but it is imperative that others ; the profession in the city. He tendance. The collection, includ- the kidney t heals and sty

jtfant and safe to take. It prevents should be vaccinated. The Board] finally met C. Garvin Gilmaine, ng what was promised, amounted rns those organs s tha' '**

?any tendency of a cold to result in furnishes the vaccine virus free of and Mr. Gilmaine got so interestedin to 355. sume their boo! '

\' pneumonia. charge to all physicians who will him that he provided him with Superintendent Schell requested urine gathering fuiV')
: and food. During Mr. that teachers wishing to contributeto \
i vaccinate without charge, and money and the Hvj2
regulates !
At the late meeting of the any Gilmaine's absence from his room the flag fund should send instructions ">
of the local physicians will the stomach and dige?
Masonic Grand W. per- I
in the Oxford Hotel} Saturday to that effect with their
fF. Malphurs, of Starke, was rei form the operation. enterance. and next school a mild yet thorough.
t Vaughn gained reports. )
The TELEGRAPH thinks the citi- effect, all poisons and/
"; elected chaplain, making eight I carried off a lut of Mr. Gilmaine'sbest "Should F orida have state uni-
of this section should second bowelsout.
in the
zens purities
1 consecutive terms this honor habeen sthe; clothing, including a new formity of text books" was a :
good work of the Board of It quickly restp'and -
bestowed upon him. e dress suit that cost $60.rauglufI*r question ably discussed by Messrs.
Health vaccinated. health So'd
by being by'
: judge has also been appointed donned a beautiful light suit of Hercules, Kickliter and Norvell. Co. -

: district deputy grand master fort Story of a Slave. Mr. Gilmaine's and proceeded to T. D. Gunter invited the Associ- ...

'L the district composed of Brad have a good time, and on Saturday ation to meet at I..awtenext Don't get the "
.. To be bound hand and foot for
... 1:, 1 and Clay counties. night hoarded the train for Starke. September. So it was moved and head that a babv aI
by the chains of disease is
'. years The police were then notified, carried that the teachers meet in _I the teeth that cu'
I want to let the people who suffer f the worst form of slavery. Geo. i --- .
and to the on the last Saturday in x
D. Williams of Manchester Mich. a telegraphic message Lawtey '
",1'' from rheumatism and sciatica An'achi1.
Starke resulted in
\ know that Chamberlain's Pain I tells how such a slave was made authorities at September.
arrest He was broughtto G F. SCOTT, digestion. "W
's Balm relieved me after a number free. He says: "My wife has Vaughn "" I headaches, nee
in ,
the and placed 'rcs. .em
city today pro
of other medicines and a doctor been so helpless: for five years that
the city jail, and Chief Vinzant is Or.ivi: E. R.\y, Sec. pro tem. point to Br
't had failed. It is the.best liniment she could not turn over in bed I to
steps **
d t I have ever known of.-J. A Dod alone. After using two bottles of busy preparing a' strong>". case he Handsome Trade Issue. disease dev k
him It is tho >, 'ijit
Alpharetta, Ga. Thousands Electric Bitters she is wonderfully Ji; i
i'tn and be anted to the MidWinter stage. Prick
is crook, Nothing
a may surpass
:, been cured of rheumatism by improved and able to do her own elsewhere Edition of the Tampa Tri- certain remei.strengthens

: this remedy. One application re work" This supreme remedy for I .
tl ..
"Mr Gilmaine this morning con- bune has ever been turned out .
} ". lieves the pain. For sale by J. L female diseases quickly cures nerv- the liver stimu1a\
fronted the thief, who was dressedup I from 'a Florida] newspaper office. ,
Gaskins. ousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, I and digestion, cie(
-- in one of the actor's best suits, I he paper consists of 78 pages
:'t,.' M. Leviton has- bought the headache, backache and dizzy which was stolen, and he gave :Mr. substantially( bound in beautiful i It has been used
This miracle working med-
ocerv stock of S. M. Alvarez, spells. Gilmaine the pin from the scarf, ({lithographed covers, and is well J and obstinate case:> >
icine is to weak, sickly, '
";and has moved from the Jones a and remarked: 'Don't be too hard I arranged and artistically printed gratifying success. \

Building to the store heretofore run down people. Every bott e on a fellow when he is down' throughout. It is a sp'.endul'! com- .;, Drug Co. .. *
L.Gaskins' .
guaranteed Only soc at J. I"
Mr. Alvarez. Mr. other that were i 7
by "All the goods i r
EUPied intends to become a per drug stolen were recovered by the police

citizen of Starke, and hi?: Notice.In .- -- this morning, from the pawnshop HERE'S ELEGANCE FOR VVe

tenial manner and straight-forward where these goods were pawned by ,
view of the fact that out of
\iethods have already created the town professional engagementstake Vaughn. The proprietors of the : \ have Just received a fine line ,of.I'

npression that Starke will be a up my time almost altogetherI pawnshop this morning identified Articles, DressingCa Manicure: SetsV,
uner by his citizenship. Vaughn as the man who had pawned -
} have placed my accounts in the them. i Fine French :Mirrors and Gilt Picture ',

The strawberry drummers are attorneyatwho "A :Metropolis reporter this ir.d tlvni. They are most
"eady begining to look toward ] j see appro. .

rLe, although the shipping debted to tit..1z An early settlement 1!, morning saw the .prisoner connected, and he I Hl'r, ..,. \

; te'n. under ordinary conditions, I with him is ujently; requested. I I said that he was highly resided in, I :kIn

not open for several week, Very respectfully, .I and that his family} :: !
( C. where his Perfumes :
D. ?
During the week C. J. Cren I 1C. L. STKUART, :M. D.I I I Washington, Selecting
father ho ds a prominent position;

but ? rob committed the crime; that this t f A finest- line of Perfumes and Extracts
representing W. H. Arc grand, r. i eruptions .. ever
I' I was the first time that he was everin < -.
eel & Son, of Philadelphia, life of joy. Bucklcn's Arnica Salve ; trouble of this kind, and felt the L',
peen here to look over the cures them also old, running and :

:set, but have now gone to fever sores, ulcers boils felons, j; confident that he could arrangematters ESTATE OF J. L. GASKITtf

fields of. South Florida. corns warts, cuts, bruises, burns. '!I satisfactory as soon as he
ry with his I Dealer in Sung
] could communicate familyat Irtigs.Medicines, Drug
hands chi:blains.
t indications do not point scalds, chapped ;;i "

? heavy crop here and it is Best pile cure on earth. Drives Washington. i! Fine Toilet Articles._: ,Prescription;

She that our growers will re- out pains and aches. Only 25c a j i Come and have your strawberry i carefully compounded. /

top prices for what they box. Cure guaranteed Sold by ;!: tickets printed before the great

J. L. Gaskins. ''I rush begins. I I J. H. COLSON, M. D., 1MgpIi'a .i


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: Continued flO n 1 r t pnet-.i: I Wanted for I
Charles and Oliver Jones ,
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C. B Hall, of Palatka is I Jesse Gloverthe husband of Susan Counterfeiting. t tI'

visiting relatives here. I Glover, stating that his wife's I It is likely' that some more ar- tI I

j present state of health would not I rests will grow out of the Jones THE
Dr. N. W. Francis is rccuperat- I FOR
t permit her being in court. j I counterfeiting case, which occupied r

ing at Ormond-on-thc-Halifax..- I After argument by counsel the I j public attention during Sep-

A little son was born to Mr. and I court overruled the motion, and at tember of last year and resulted in

Mrs. W. W. Baisden Wednesday. j 4:15: p. m. the work cf securing a the conviction of J. T. Jones and

---, ., --- .-- I jury was begun. By 6 o'clock the his son, Jacob Jones, for passing BEST1R
N. J. Jones made a business jury was empanelled and the court counterfeit coin.It .

'. trip to Tampa Mondya, returning recessed until 10 a. Wednesday, is recalled that the dies and

home Thursday. when the introduction of testimony other paraphanalia used in the

Parties wanting bread from Miss began. making of the counterfeit money I

Florida McAffee will find it for Those called to testify for the could nut be found at the time ot GOODS

sale by H. F. Philips prosecution were: James Rollerson their arrest. Sheriff Denmark,
Henry Rollerson, Mrs. Lucre- after several weeks of .liligent

Miss Lula Sayles returned to tia Rollersor., Miss Maggie Hall, search, at last found the parapha- fit

Lawtey Tuesday, after a visit with Mrs. Carter Newsom, Carter New- nalia and has now turned it. over -at-

Mrs. b. J. Sternburg. som, W. E. Knight, J. M. Hersey, to the United States authorities- at j I

Newton Chance)', E. Waters, J. Jacksonville.Lately .
N. B. Hull is rushing the bicy- M. Ward, John Hale, Hattie Hale, evidence has been ob-

cle business.having sold four Crescents J. H. Bla-r, Lucy Newsom, J. J tained that Charles and Oliver THE MOST REA=.

during the past week. Jones, G. J Scarborough, H. M. Jones, also' sons of J. T. Jones,

: Scarborough M. Hale, Ned were implicated in the counter- a aso
Mrs. Chase and little daughter
iJ. for \Val Williams, Bill Ellis and Alice Johnson feiting, and warrants for their ar- SONABLE PRICES
departed Wednesday o,
the wife of the murdered man. rest are now in the hands of the
where will visit relatives.
they- .- The witnesses for the defenseare officers. Thursday United States I -i

.R Mrs. J. B. Knight and children, : Reuben Sapp, John Duncan, Deputy Marshal McCormick, of to :jmm

4 of Valdosta. Ga., are visiting Mr. L. A. Duncan, J. G. Gtever, Susan Jacksonville, telegraphed here for I

1__ and Mrs. T. A. Knight, of this Glover, Hans Austin, Delia Hew- the arrest of Charles and Oliver,

,. place. itt and Theo. Pinkston. and officers went to their home,

-j --- The testimony of the witnessesas near Hampton, but could find no

G F. G. Miller, of Dutton, is spending published in the Jacksonvillepapers trace of them. It is supposed that @ EnSET.
i Co, the week in Starke on account is much the that of the
\." same as in some way they got news
1 r- of the illness of Mrs. Miller who'
? given at the trial of the case herein developments in the case and fled.
t has been very ill for several weeks and in down the
I January 1899, published Mr. McCormick came on

\ \ nt> '.;-:. past. the TELEGRAPH at that time. The noon train to take the young men

\ BY"H: : C. Richard, of Parkersburg, only new testimony introduced by into custody, but had to return -===-

1'In'1 W.- Va., arrived a few days since the state ug to the time the TELE- without them

(, ;, and will spend some time here the GRAPH goes to press was that of Before leaving Jacksonville Mr.

lj' .. guest of his mother, Mrs Emma VV. E. Knight, who was not placed i McCormick arrested Mallory
itli..- Richard. on the stand at the trial here. He I Jones who was there attendingthe

i .,bat': ___ i I was on the stand just before the Hewitt trial, thinking he was WATCH THIS SPACE

ec' ..0. J. R. Davis, the insurance man, i noon adjournment Wednesday and one of the parties wanted. The .

ebrr. visited several neighboring towns made a diagram of the surround- officer aftervard found out his mis- For Bargain Prices I !
I -: during the week, Hampton, Mel- the field ,
: ing country, showing take but sent Mallory to jail, pending -
1T! ::" rose and Grandin being among. the where the body was found, togetherwith his return to the city to cut Next Week.
places visited location of the home of ,.
kt ___ I the off communication between the
e? the Hewitts which was adjacent.Mr. young man and his brothers The f fDidn't
The served the j
aU adie oyster of the supper church by Knight also testified to see- I developments, thus far, do not
\t asker I ing the wagon and mule, wi'h two seem to implicate Mallory in the ,
\ fntMonday evening proved sat- -- -
very men in the wagon on the night counterfeiting and he will be released rhllo.ophy' of Faith.
ajrainsjsfactory( financially, and was a
x t' social i Johnson's body was spirited away."I as soon as Deputy Marshal Want Him Frlaht d. Do you ronii'iuher how broken hearted
h,__:try peasant ._ noticed," said he, "the mule McCormick returns to Jacksonville. She was rather small to be running :you were when you found out that your
I 1 -- ---- -- -- particularly, and it had been in around by herself, and when she entered patron saint, jour dear mysterious Santa
.hpr P. of Lake ButlerIYno..Y
4; Dowling, the office Clans was a myth You spent days and
\$ genial representative of the possession of Moss Hewitt for It was noticed during the tl ial of sec if some every one one was instinctively not with her.looked However to nights wondering how he could get down

'?:ded/nger/ Sewing Machine Company, some time prior. The wagon. G. B Kelley last week that Sheriff she was totally oblivious to the surprise -- the chimney without covering himself

!*"., here during the week looking I passed within twenty feet of me, Denmark was absent, and the TELEGRAPH she was creating and marched with boot and powdering all the presents
with him with coal
f foi-rttie interests of his i company,. and it was quite a bright night as learns that he was at that straight: to the nearest desk in a pretty. dust bo must and smoke.drag down You examined as care-
e hand' .the moon was shining. The time for the counterfeiting businesslike way that made the whole office -
searching friendly to her fully as you could the length and breadthof
s"':a $. Susan M. Davis and MissWednesday I wagon seemed to be the same one paraphernalia used by the "Please' sir.do you own our building!' the chimney; you speculated as to how '
B' n'4 eparted for as used by Moss Hewitt." Joneses. It was found somewhere she asked. ho could make the detfcent without dropping -

i: ''lh Carolina home after a Cross examined, the witness said south of Starke, but the reporterwas "What building is your building, little I I, btiddeiily, since there was he nothing .
forth inside the chimney to which could
!. ? be returned. j.
\1 ,' a few weeks with the famiheir he did not notice the location of unable to learn just where. one"Why, it's a big flat building out in :I cling Did he use n tiny ladder? Perhaps..
brother, G. M. Sistrunk, the moon. He also testified that Hyde Pork," she answered and after But your wire father and mother had"/
I":" Notice to Tax Payers. never seen the Udder, and besides, then;
; lace the reason he was particular in moment s thought she gave him the street
Ii. v > __ and number. I' wasn't room enough in the chimney for;;;
... the that he
I noticing was and f'
wagon The assessor collector will I
vy": Santa, ladder and Racket. But then
d"ftJ the agency for I was expecting Johnson at his be at the following named placeson man"Well at,the we don'town desk, "but it.we explained the the i: what mattered all these perplexing troublesome
represent '
rot ghout/(d J Sterling bicycles. that and he questions since Christum "
house night, was dates mentioned tor the pur- owner. Do you live there?" I + morn
M* present/ .I anxiously awai'ing him and that pose of assessing and collectingtaxes "Yes, sir; I live thero with my papa and ing your stocking wan full to overflowing,' 1 ffJ;
::bo' Frank A. BagleyHeexpIAAfass. and not the slightest trace of soot on a:; 1-
exp s. and I told
he saw some object in the my my papa that if hewouldn't :
; wagon, for the state of Florida and Once t
I fateful
\ ., arrived Tues- come down and see you I would single gift upon a day you
i--! end the remainder but could not discover what it was Bradford county, during February, guess I ain't afraid of you" I'I'I discovered that your new doll bearing thai .
: As the TELEGRAPH to.. "Of I euphonious name of Minnie Christmas. \
goes 1900: course not said the man at the ;
,in Starke. They aree was clad in a frock of blue and white, ex-: <
press the case is still in progressand Starve, Monday and Tuesday, desk indignant at the thought that BO !
of iictly like little sinter's cloak. Hen 'I
home Mr. and
child should your
will pretty a be afraid of him. 1wouldn't
not to the "
probably get and 6th.
5th have was a mystury. How did Santa Claus gelthat
afraid of
.ns. I Io you mo for any- j
jury before late this afternoon or Lawtey, Wednesday, 7th. I thing. But what ii it you want?" I piece of the new cloak? You appealed

Peak and wife, of to-morrow (Saturday) morning. Rosier school, Thursday. 8th, "I want that sign taken down,** she immediately to your mother, who admitted _
said, with determination that it won a singular coincidence,and
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re among the late Sampson City. forenoon. What sign" asked the man at the from that moment the suspicions of the
are comfortably Futch school same day, p. m. desk, vainly endeavoring to think what truth haunted your troubled heart. Whe i
\-'c home of Mrs I Misses Leija and Daisy Barrs, Lake Butler Saturday, loth. the offending sign could be. and inwardly I the next Christmas dawned with your'"

l srnd re- lof South Carolina, are visiting Guilford, Monday. 12th, a. m. determined that, whatever was. it should maturer knowledge" you announced
; J.he comedown if he could mourn ully. 1 guehsl won't hang up in;,
:11 their sister, Mrs. J. M. Woifeiiden Thomas school same day, m. arrange '
i .. e. p. "Tho sign that's right on the 1'-1 stocking-there isn t any Santa Claua. 1 I
of this place. Providence, Tuesday, 13th. door," replied the child and he never did come down the chimney -
ohns were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ryles and Stoke's store, Wednesday, 14th, "I don't remember any sign on the !"-Waohmgtun Post. ;
iday evening children visited Starke Saturday forenoon. front door. What does it say'" 3
"It says 'Peddlers and Beggars Not >! ....or? of tbe Christ Child.
ople, but Several took advantage of the Worthington, same day, p. m. Allowed In This Building.' explainedthe ;5
!f.': cordialthem rates the G. & I Dcklc's null The Christ ChlUl was born to the children -
ery cheap on G. Sat- Thursday, 15fh, child.
**e enjoy urday and Sunday. forenoon "Oh, that sign/ l"! exclaimed: the man at All on a Christmas day.
Mrs. R. A. Thomas and little Midway, same day, p. m. the desk. "Why. that's on nearly .very HU cot was a lowly manger
'tTt/' flat building in the city. What ban does His bed was a bed of hay. ''
Robie and Ruby, who have been Litesville. Monday, 19th, p. Fll.I it do!" The message he brought from his Father

.t4t ford, N. H., visiting in the country, returned Ward City, Tuesday, 20th, a. m. The little girl's eye opened wide in surprise : Is for children to love and obey-
:"' 'tys since and is home Tuesday.J. I Zif, same day, p m. at tbe absurdity of the question A And sift given from
view to becom- I R. Davis, of Starke, was in I Hampton.ednesday, 21st. "I"guess you never aw Santa Clans did Bo each little one who knows him- ..
t I you? she asked. Who In this would have '
citizen of this a part-
the Tuesday Starke Thursday, 22d, "
; city I "Xo-no, I guess not replied the man A home may make for the Christ Child '
'tf1 tott is st pping.ftfJudge Miss Maggie Williams, of Law I Sampson, Friday, 23d, a. m. I I at the desk rather startled by the question. In his own pure. loving heart .

W. F. MalBennett tey, is visiting her grandparents I New River, same day, p. m. Chicago Ever.m.Pw\

Mr and l1rVile)' Roberson, oftlis I Lake Butler, Saturday, 24th. pack"Well on, his when back he comes she said along in a with tone his of Chrlntm In Venice.

place.W. Starke every first Monday conviction "that sign will just about I The Christiras which stands out most
., K. B. Atwell spent Sunday in I Tuesday till books close.G. scare him away, 'cause he'll know if the vividly in my memory i* one at St. Marlrti, ;'
l..i?, were guests of the city as usual. W. ALDERMAN, CoIlY. : janitor seed him he'll be put out. I told j in Venice where Roman Catholics andProtestantH
ltl ring the week I papa but he only laughed and said he j jguessed Englrfh, Americana and Italians -
fi There will be services \V. EphERso.v Ass'r.Off i
at the I' J. ,
's recently secured . .. ho wouldn't bother you about it. : the prince and the beggar, high and
school house the first Sunday by -- -- I, but I ain't afraid of you and I want you low, rich and poor, all met on a common
kiber. inspector forf.that Elder Brown. Everybody is invited I for the Chain Gang.j to take the sign down right away." ): footing. Thousands and thousands of people '
\ bat ,,es to attend. j Jailer Geo \V. Baisden, Jr., delivered When the wan at the desk had recovered that day knelt or stood on the cold,
scale, and from his surprise: Miflicicntly, he effected ; uneven floor of the grand old church,
4slve The of the Nick Joyner, was convicted -
new depot G. S. & F.
will be I I a compromiie; by the terms of which the where the high altarpiece of solid gold.8tuddl.d ,
ction and (;. & G. railroads of murder and sentenced to I
is nearly offending sign is to be taken down the : with precious gems, was uncovered '
I:\P his position completed.The line imprisonment last week to C day before Christmas and not put back I and blazing in the lights of the hundreds

f d a lucrativefwitrTMhctmatism G. S. & F. has recently A Seal, at station.cdues- again until the day after.-Chicago Post ; of candle burning around and near

added a mile of side track. 'i da7he officer and Joyner left I it. White robed priests and altar DOTS f
.. .- Rival Cltl..ae.Johnny's crowded around the chancel. Glints of /
:J -- .. I: on'the 6:45 a m. train over the A I sunshine struggling through the bJgb. f
: Ward City Notes. j IS. R & G. railway and were soon face was smeared with dirt; narrow windows, fell in patches upon &be
",.1 i's lani Balm a 1'at their destination, where Joyner' and tears, there was a lump on his lett'' rich mosaics, bringing them into greater I

;l t cost you a cent Rev. A. Crosby filled his regular j I turned over to the convict !lessee cheek, and one knee projected through i distinctness, Sweet odors of iuwnneP6'- .
.\ ", One applica- appointment here Sundav.m a jagged rent in hit trousers leg. fumed the air An orchestra of brass and
; who him a striped suit the.J
'I : i gave "Johnny Johnny exclaimed bis stringed iiirttrnictnts accompanied .
It also Maggieand Beulah
-h J lvatt.
:i 1h e pain. and set him to digging phosphate mother, "baveyon been fighting again?" ehoir, above which a boy's voice rose ok 1 ,
\r ,,\ bruitcs% in one- Miss Vine Lewis, D. J. Shaw and Joyner seemed in good spirits "Yep," he replied. "Me an that boy'I and distinct and in perfect harmony 'V

:"{ j4 tltt11tx1 l by other J. A. J. Pin holster attended the when he left here and expressed' from New York had a scrap. He looks i the other voices, which it controlledtook
:'l frostbites\ Teachers Association Starke witb it, while the music of the a f
f puf11-, the belief that the supreme cOllrt wors'n I do, too, you bet." filled the church \.nfthe domes. I
.i- in thc Aida and Saturday.L. would reverse the lower court andgive I "You'll break my heart you willful the lil ajMjntles upo Ttne IICft'eD.met.
r roll' other swell.j F. Osteen returned home him a new trial. boy! What were you fighting about?" : bued with life and listening to it. I

lUl'm' 4'r\ \ ppl 1>'ing Saturday, alter attending the --. -. .. ---- About the jography of Chicago. I' a day never to be forgotten and it c
t waH"t, tl l, JSh Grand Lodge at Jacksonville. i Col.. Weeks attended the Hewitt said it hadn't any bluffs, an he paid iti i back to me over and over again a*

\t J U Master Arthur Murrhce, of trial in Jacksonville this week in was all bluff an I chugged him."_ as tiful I think, faroff of Venice that Christinas in 18SU.time-XewHeraU in

t er' Starke{ was in our burg Sunday. 1 the capacity of a witness. Chicago Tribune --- .

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