Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00391
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00027795:00391
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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j. of the implication, by recent developments -i ,
f I i i of Charles and Oliver! LET THOSE WHO CAN FOLLOW.: ; y'

;;i lure Drugs and o I Itok. i.I Jones ness for in which the counterfeiting their father busi-and 'II'III \

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i I brother are now serving a sentence up c s s"ove I

I j .rompt attention I I i imposed by the United States pairs, of Ladies', Misses' and Men's Shoes, and shall sell i '
court. These young men have III.
disappeared, and no trace of them them cheaper than ever. Some say, How HOBSON I
}' i come to us. can be found by the officers, but
M'i i there in the undersell all other stores-Spot Cash tells the stor> : .
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case last Saturday that was some- Underbuy and Undersell, I get just double the''t, '; t .
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... :I i I Deputy down U. S.from Marshal Jacksonville McCormickcame and day discount of this bill and in the last six months I have just .! !5,, t" 'J'I'-:

.- care and prompt at- when he returned to the city he doubled my cash trade and made no bad debts, ard that's # ,.._ .. of: it it.t {

1- tenth given to the filling ;'ofi took with him Ervin Alvarez, I where my profit comes in. PETER. LAUGHS. s l 5-

who is now charged with being in .__ "*_. __ \ { :
Presdptions. league with the Jones family in the -1'. ..:' ..\ it
i: counterfeiting business. He was ;
!' taken to Jacksonville and placed ;; 7 J

: { under bond for his appearance on '
the 8th inst. when the matter evil ,
c be heard by U. S. Commissioner We've got lots of money, and as for land I'm' just going ?J u' .,- : ;.. i;' '!Ii

:: f>I A Goodell.It to give it away FREE, and every purchaser of a pair of Shoes :,. ',-, \ -f.
\ FlfL LINE OF FINE TO1- is said by the friends of Al- ..
varez that he"will be able to prove from 25C up will have a chance of getting 10 Acres of Land ," "
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emp'oy Free, and the taxes, will be paid next week. ..:" .
,, ON flAN goverment on Egmont Key when ,

3 I, the Joneses were carrying on their All Meats.and Flour are advancing, but to meet

: counterfeiting operations.From times HOBSON .will stick to the same old prices, and hara'I I .
SI RKB DRUG CO. i Distant Subscribers. _

The TELEGRAPH has received they l lastwill,, sell .,the finest Fayette and Calumet Hams at 4. .. .

renewals from several distant sub- 11 cents a pound.
tttt tttttttttttttt4tt scribers during the week, among

them being R. S. Wood, of Libby, !

-=- Montana; C. Northrup. of Ring- HOBSONISN'T CRAZY YET fTf 1!

wood, Ill and W. 'H Heafford, of :
+ Chicago III. Mr. Heafford writesin

n: INS'RANCE. a vein that is quite in accord .' ;

with the war-like spirit of the FULL 'j.I : :1'
times His letter is as follows:

CHICAGO Jan 27. 1900:
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\ .. find enclosed my portion of the : :r7Jibt LINE OF -
-' "sinews of war" toward carryingon 1))

'ff: STARKE. ] = '- ZI FLA. the campaign for another year s I1 .t.t :.11 a

j under four vigorous leaders ip. I '
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wanted by the United States
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:, they will go to Jacksonville and OILS ., ., ; ,< 1
@ surrender themse ves to the author- "I ._ :,
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.; A this one draws to a close we are ities on the 8th of this month, the ; .>'t '

@ @ time set for hearing the cast CORN, ., ". ( ;
sa tang @ against Ervin Alvarez who is now MAKES ENTHUSIASM.My OATS. .'f ; 'Jr'

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under arrest, charged complicity 1
: @. in the counterfeiting opera- line makes enthusiasmjust HAY,
,. tions of the Joneses. now. A regular celebra- .
": .. : .. @ The young men have thus far tion for those who want good COFFINS, -"' .
baffled the authorities who have .
/fJ "Jt@ TRIMMINGS @ been searching for them, and it is things. Here I have goods CASKETS and I 1

; not known whether or not the and prices to make you shout.A .;

AI ::3; @ rc J' and' @ statement that they will surrender great benefit for those who UNDERTAKERS'SUPPLIES <, 1:

I themselves comes direct from appreciate the best. If you're f'I

1 i MILLINERY them. _n' ,____ looking for good ones-take .. I i ii
Bought a Home. these. A Specialty.. )i ; I'

r, rlJJ L. Hoffman of the I \ '.J-r"
@ @ manager '
Cohen & Friedman store G. C. LIVINGSTON. G. C. LIVINGSTON. 'n.l j]
}, @ Sacri il l prices will prevail during the next @ great difficulty in securinga experienced _. u ___ __ -- ,- _._ __ __ I .
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thirty days, my stock must be reduced before home to move his family into, In Memoriam.On gentle breast; but the hallowing L r: < ';
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but at last succeeded in buying of .....f'
influence of her s!::.rt life will ever .
going to mo it. door the morning of January 16, .
J. M. Johns the place one
i' @ surround her parents, drawing ; .
@ west of Lr J. 0 Hiynes'resi- 1900, at LaCrosse, Mary Berry, them with strong chords: of heavenly a ::
dence, which has been occupietl by youngest child of Robert A. and '-
@ The ad nce @ I love to tlieir; ;; .
Mrs. E, Breeze for several years. Annie. Turner, winged her flighttor *. fa

- j. @ On dware has not affected the pri ce @ The place wilt be remodeled and her heavenly home. Although "Sweettrie darline. htor the home.j.ooVmr ;. I
Of firagmp 'De-brckoninjc'cn'n; ;
repaired and} Mr. Hoffman will not quite four years of age Mary I Mnphi an tit*puubeatn. a" lh.dew -. -' !It
Stove A few on .hand at the old developed trait of In, e mess of pure...
@ :.. same @ have a very comfortable home. I II Anxiously looking, to\ed on for 1"u." :. -
: character seldom met with in one -.
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; @ price| \, @ The East Floridian. I so young. Her sweet -position I Starke Fla 1i

1 : The TKLLGRAI-H: has receivedthe and generous heart, combn-od witha I ..

@ Chippecbats @ initial number of the East spirit of self-sacrifice. were evinced 1 I Card of Tharks. ,, ;: ..
4 Floridian, the new weekly in all her childish plays and i,I I wish Tj hI .
paper to publicly express my ::
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! Is so hing new in 'fe d.It is better than established at Palatka by Messrs. daily intercourse with other chit-1 i I sincere gratitude for the kind! attention f. '')
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dreii. kind little hands and
@ whatmore have bee ''; and @ Vickers & Hartig. It is an eight- Her :!: given my wife during her ', i ..
a buying costs r.o sweet tones of voice were constantly j .
t column, four page paper, neatly I I recent i-lness by our/friends. I am ) i: ; .
@ '. @ i I printed and its advertising columns I J employed in deeds of affection. I 1. especially grateful to Drs. jno. C. l' ;..f
!I indic -te that it starts off under very I Much as her parents loved her, Wills and A. L Scott, to whose i : ft
favorable auspices i God loved her more, and has transferred skill and unfaltering) attention !;;
Seed Potatoes I the child to the ..
. j precious : wife's restoration to health may biicred ';
t Private School. \ fair fields of Eden, there to fullY' '. I
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t The [tat the most relsonable prices develop in the smiles and sunlight I. }
I @ j j., Mrs. Clara Lane will begin \ \v. BAIMIEN-. .a i,
See'tock before buying elsewhere.ALVAREZ.. teaching a private school at the .1 of God's glory. -
@ Darby place, corner of I horn psun Jesus took little children in '&> One of the most pleasant social t f
.. and Madison streets, next Mon arms and blessed them and 0rTid: events of the week was the chafing

@J. : @ day. Mrs. Lane is a most relined "Suffer little children to con& unto dish party given at the Commercial 'j.
.. ( and cultured lady and her tuition me, and forbid them not, -for of hotel :Monday evening in honor of t
@ will certainly of lasting benefit such is the kingdom of God." The Mrs. S. F. Hanft-rd, of Green Cove i iI

tgtttttttttttI to the !little' men and women en- Good Shepherd has taken dear. Springs, and Mr. H. C'inton

i i tt 7rt trtt-tel to her care Mary safe in His arms safe on His I Richard, of Parkersburg. Va. ..jit. Jif .)J t'f, -.
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G. TELEGRAPH. : I It question and those who know him : II I An dltor's- e Saved by Chamber- f LEGAL, .NCTICES._.. --... -...'.. ..-
: BRADFORD COUNTY lain's Cough Remedy. '
,. .: can speak for his purity, but we : II I Notice of Ufction. '
II';: io-'.'" ------ -" believe the Times has already I\ .I During the early part of Octo- t -- :

L': PubllshecSverrridayatSTARKE,3RADFORDCOUNTY.FLA; ,, mentioned a man for this impor-( i THESE ber. 1896, I contracted a bad BY the power Tested m hem by chapter tea'
of the s.hOOll.aw*o Florida the School _
," t I tant office who is, in every way I[ cold which settled on my lungs I Bond of BradfortJcouotJiu comphaD with a -c
1 and who has heretofore j until I feared petition or the qualified ors 01 SamJtlon .j-
-.' .- -. -- quaifitd: I LADIES and was neglected e fli Wt d isulcC. bf'rt'by OI''rs an eiection to lJft
enjoyed no favors from the state. ; II that consumption had appearel in I held in Sampson Cttjr OD U
d. S. VTTMEWS, Publisher and Prop r. .
We refer to Hon. J. T. Wills, of an incipient state. I was con-
._ __,- __ _. __ I i( for the purpose of est4l..tiln? Special Tax
-- .. y--- Starke, who is not only an able I i I stantly, coughing and trying to school district the lima boundaries of whirl;

; ',' -tBlCRiPTION-- and pure lawyer, but-what is of :, expel something which I could not. | Throe a copy Trustees.bas brentlirdirtth and to de'fitine tm.; the the election amount of of .'i

c'. "'T"r........ ,............................$100 I equally great importance-he is ) I became alarmed and after giving j ji I millage to be assesn...d 1
S +; ix\Months ............................... .:A I also fearless! and resolute. The !i! the local doctor a trial bought a' Manager of Election-i KobernonJl A.. Prescott.Thorns,.H. C.Ryals ? f
rivet .Iootn..:.... ................. ........ .'2.\ office could not be more fittingly I' f I bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Done and at Wiley the office of thr founty uperintrn ._ HAVE NEVER of Si hoot this the 41,y of January,A I'.
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---- bestowed than upon the gifted I r Remedy and the result: was imme- 1 JU.
Tried The reaT F. O. 8CHELL.Secretary .
Ji'otf'nod I -P.MtofflceatSUrke.Fla .as !Secondclaio ;gentleman; from Bradford, and we diate improvement, and after I had and SopinteodeDl of $:School:

r < Matter. hope to see him nominated.I system regulatorPRICKLY used three bottles my lungs were or Bradford C:
restored to their healthy stateB. -
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Sfarke. Fla., Feb. 2, KIOO. I the Jacksonville Metropolis; Jan Jtth. ASHBITTERS S. EDWARDS, Publisher of TheReview ;Notice ef lection.BY ,

"See that quiet and attentive For sale byJ. l lat
I Wyant111.; the power ve-tcd inem by chapter Mrs
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lawyer over there? remarked a L. Gaskins, druggist. the School Law Florida the Scho l
Mr. C B. Gale has associated gentleman in the Circuit Courtroom Board of Bradford couutyn compliance with aprtiticm
I ut qualified elHirs of Lawteyscho' il
himself with P.V Corr in the today, pointing Lawyer J. Because they think it isI It takes 72,000 tons of parer to district the town hereby of Lawley orders thi aiUevticm to be hela in !

5- 5 5 publication of the Monticello' Trib- F. Will, of Starke. I nasty and bifedisajreeable{ I II make the postal cards used in the THIRD DAY OF FE B.RY. A. D. lOC: _, #

"Well he is going to be the next United States each year. for the purpose of estaWint a Special Tax ,
The firm'has.the TELE-
une. new democratic candidate for attorney I To the stomach and vlolertt'inaction. I --- school district the hoes boundaries of whicha
copy has been filed willhein. the election of ,
.RAPH'S best wishes. for success. general and he'll l get there, too,". I ; Story of Slave. three Trustees,and to,detnine the amount ofmillage

-- --- Mr. Wills is a lawyer of ability, A5K THESE To be bound hand and foot for to be assessed.ytauageraof Election-: Edwards. E. I.
In some of the West Florida and won the reputation while a is Stafford and Luther Ulholtz; T. D. by the chains of disease Clerk.
counties aspirants for the various member of the Florida Legis'ature a. years
of Geo. Done at the office of tWountr SupeiinUodent -
the worst slavery. 1A.: D. II JI'.
of Schools January
offices to be filled at the election of being the orator of the House. ; t* D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich F. O. SCHILL
He is one of the attorneys here .+ Secretary and Sunntemienl of:bcbuols 'I
.r next November are already announcing tells how such a slave was made Of Bradford Uoty. Fla.
--t' de'ending: in the murder trial now
;" themselves in the papers. t !. free He says: "My wife has

.. In Bradford county the campaign progressing Tell iris been so helpless for five years that --PROFESSION--- CARDS.
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They you she could not turn over in bed

has only advanced as far as the I FromlheJcksonvitieNewa.Jtn The appearance pf Hon.:::'th.I J. T. noT at all disagreeable.And alone After using two bottles: J. H. CXJLSOMH.- D.,
"still hunt" ;
There will be
l stage. of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully -
\ L Wills, of narke, in the Hewitt
[ as a cure Indigestion] PHYSICIAN ;SU1IGEON:;
01.* t plenty of candidates out in the murder trial here this week recalls improved and able to do her ,

: C open; by June, and that is early the remarkable' record of a remark Constipation, Kidney own work." This supreme remedyfor STARK FLA. ,

)f.iI/' .\ enough .... able man. in the legislature of 1895It Disorders if is un-/ female diseases quickly melan-cures Office in Gsk Drug 8tor. -

- was the first appearance of tlu nervousness, sleeplessness,

,A An instance corporate g-ner quiet, unassuming Bradford county excelled.Sold choly, headache, backache, fainting 31. GOllX'J.ATTOUXEATLAU". f'

lawyer in the house, and for sometime and dizzy spells. This mira- D --
osity\ is found in the fact that *
;e- *. ** cle medicine is
he sat calmly in his seat, attending working a godsendto
"':- L. & N. railroad paid its taxes .n to the routine business of by Starke Drug Co. weak, sickly, run down people. :'

Kscambia county a few days ago the day, and arising only' to mate ----- Every bottle guaranteed. Only COMMERCIAL PPaJCK A SPECIALTY.: I ,

days sooner than required minor motion. 50 cents. Sod by J. L. Gaskins, SIAHK FLA.
90 }y some par iamentary "gues, that the Dominant:: impression -

the law-for the laudable purp se But one day ( olonel wills did left by him is his absolute sit Jruggist. --

something that broke the record, his fervor, lucidity and E. FUTCIi .
of placing the school board ii a eenty "I think I would with J
go crazy e
and which sent a thrill! of pride to simplicity.
settle it for Chamberlain'sPain '
position to promptly pain were not
the rerotest recesses of his cowl Those who know Colonel Wills A'rTORNE'A'I'-LAN'. ;
the teachers of the county.'he: ty Tiis is how it came_about. b.'st esteem him most; and, shouldhe Stapleton Balm Herminie.writes Pa.MrV."I nave. H. Othcc in Bunk BuUg., ::i tau IH', Fu ..

; interest on the money for ni' ety Ornt.jry is not much In. vogue this year receive the nominationf ,
afflicted th rheumatismfor
>een w
days would amount to a very nug nowadays in either branch, of the r attorney-general the state several and have tried t.. Wi;.*. 31. 1>., .."

little sum. egislar' Ire, and it is seldom, indeed. we are confident that he will give remedies years without number but JOHN
I that a member takes the floor and service and add laurel ,
good new
-- Pain Balm is the "best medicineI PHYSICIAN fjl SRUEO< ,
: A correspondent in the Mayo essays he Depewan robs:: of "spel to those already won by an advo- have hold ot One ', .
got applicati6n -
J binder. There have, of course, in c.te whom to DISEASES OF WOJrASD OB+TBTMC& A
money taj.not: tempt
Free Press relieves the p1in. For sale '
suggests McQjeen the ias' ten years been moments take a case he be ieves unjust, and &P r'ry. ; I.

r Chaires for senator from the district political paroxysms-when a whirlwind who, though often retained for the by J. L. Gaskins., druggist. Offictt with Clarke Drug Co. ,.

I composed of Lafayette and Taylor. Ti-f oratory has resounded Jefense in murder trials' seldom, if "We've got economize," said STAlE, FLA. ,. Mt"

; It would be very fitting for the 'hrou h tie legislative; hillsl: :.Senator .-ver, appears for the prosecution in \f r Gargoyle to his wife.. "Very :

Hammond, forexamplespokewith such cases. 'HOS. E.ATTOKNl'ATLAW.. BAG,
son to take up the work in the well replied the good woman 1 ,
all his matchless
gracesand "you shave your. s'f' and I will cut r ""
senate where the lamented father ,'J
power against the passage. of'our ,'DO YOU GET UP your hair. ':' : \
left off, and it is not probaMe own '.house bill No. 4;' andthe, .

55 : \ : that the district could find a man fervid basso profundo oratory'of WITH A LANE BACK ? Comer Cherry &J1 'ICkin Stitei, btaile L'
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M j Senator Broome have more than j tS '
who would give it abler or more splendid E'r L. ST: T, ,I. I>.
once shaken the rafters of the old
health Indomitable will and tremendous -
conscientious service than Mc Kidney Trouble Makes. You Miserable. "'7 c-
cap oJ. Senator Fred Myers, with are not found!
Chaires would. energy ..../ ..4lA1.IST-.;
X Queen his classic and
countenance polished who reads the
-, J Almost everybody news- where stomach, liver, kidneys"arid"bowels t
":1t--=, w utterance has de papers is sure to know of the wonderful EYE E THROAT.frkp
ivered many an, are out of order. If you EAR, ,1
The suits the railroad cures made by Dr.Kilmer's "'
brought by admirable address, notably his I' 'I : want these qualities and the success : 1
Swam Office in Storf
Root. I'o.
commission against certain beautiful and pathetic eulogy of tl l the great kidney,- liver they bring, use Dr. King's Drug- .':

rai roads of the state for tae:: enforcement last session upon Colonel Chipley; and bladder remedy. New Life Pills. They develop .1. T.WILLS.ATTORN- 4 A. V. LOX f
i I but the of which I U 't' It is the medical
;: on day speak f great of brain and body.
Ji.1'' of the commissar 'S rate every power
) !jS triumph of the nine- T1LLtili &; .L
fell to the lot of Colonel Willsto
f L. Gaskins'
Only at J. drug
of three-cents mile for teenth century: discovered 25c .:' : ,
i N. per passenger place himself at one bound ,in the l j after of store. ?'

) ..;. M fare have come to an abrupt foremost rank of the orators of toe I 1 ill scientific research years by __ '__n ____ ] I'-1.A'

ending by the railroads agreeing to state. -_ Dr. Kilmer, the emi- Office in Pt' k's' d +"ukl". Fla '' .
nent kidney and blad- Skin Diseases.
The which this
topic upon occa-
establish the rate. The
{.. agreement -- der specialist, and is
sion aroustd the Bradford
however is somewhat in th county wonderfully successful in promptly curing
tQg man's ire or enlisted his sympathy, I lame back kidney, bladder, uric acid trou- For the speedy and permanent cure of
'- nature of a compromise. The has long since been forgotten. In bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst etter salt rheam,and eczema. Chamterlain's FEpfS 5
\will I form of kidney trouble.Dr. Eye and Skin Ointment i:
roads sell round trip tickets fact when recently asked to recall Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec- vithout an equal. It relieves the itch-

Ir-" good for five days to and from al! the details of that day, Colonel] ommended for everything but if you have kidney -. ng and smarting almost instantly and $

,... stations in Florida at the three II vVills; said the matter .had entirely' liver or bladder trouble it will be found 'ts continued It also ne effects permanent NttYtle
:nre. cures itch, barber's
evaporated from his mind. just the remedy you need. I It has been testedIn itch
), cent rate. This will)) give the citi so many ways in hospital work, in private scald head sore nipples, itching piles
I At all it during the
events was
Chapped hands, chronic and jTy'sSeeds ;
the eyes
practice among helpless too poor to
of the pur-
zcns state traveling on busi- morning session when something chase relief and has proved so successful in granulated lids. every yeattdtaappointm never suffer

.J ness to points within the state the suddenly brought Mr. Wills to his every case that a special arrangement has brine lu >Cheap t paying sabotitute crop- .
benefit of the low rate and will feet. The house was half asleep- been made by which all readers of this paper Dr. Cadj'a Condition Powders for r It pays to pe. little more for \
horses are the best tonic. blood FikBT1*RtxrJve
c nu
who have not already tried it, may have a per paper
.5 /S not interfere with the tourist: traffic the flies droned noisily on the window sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book vermifuge. Price 25cents. SoldbjScj Always erywher tfc*Berjpseed. ail way*Annual worth free.L It.
panes, and the bland Tallahassee telling more about Swamp-Root and how to -- --- -- /.
of the roads. T1 corromise L M. nsiT 4; DETiaiT, i ICa. j
sunshine played lazily upon the find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. C y
i is a very fair one, v tit,. :k, and idle and inattentive wisdom of the When writing mention reading this generous I. fixx OE F

will go. long way toward restoring state. In five minutes the speaker offer in this paper and ,. ............ .
send address to
good tec. ng hetwe'' he railroads! had risen above his usual conversational Dr. Kiimer&Co.Bing-your ? ;.:. I n ?of O b=II A FREETTERN

and their! tone; in five minutes more hamton, N. Y. The I w 'i" Z J
his subject had borne him away regular fifty cent and nomeotewamp-Root. ..... A fter ored own nloctioQ)ailad hwrtb.r.. Beautlfal.. col
-- -- 1: ltthogra eel Utu ti Uon Onvtnul.
upon a torrent of eloquence, rapid, dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. W 1-3 ...... ,' latest,artiitiQ.mnjrtu Icily np-UMlate dmcu
J The Next Attvney General. ..... <2
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bri Rant and soul inspiring. And t I .,. h.f -C '" r 1I \
t From the Sumter Co'i" y Times. when at the end of half an hour There is no better medicine for :I (U a-': v1tJ
Hon. Geo. P. R..I of Talla- 0
ey, the climax. was reached, Colonel the babies than Chamber ain's -- .

hassee, one of orida's most emi- Will > voice rang out like a clarion Cough Remedy Its pleasanttaste 7'i'_

nent lawyers r- i one of the best upon an assembly that was no lon and prompt and effectual i i CI x 'U > t

and purest r ir :he state is the ger : >jeep and which, when he re cures make it a favorite with !I ... LIz ::; __. tI t; Dnwmaktng short stortM.et'OOC'.m.y current 4 tto work"Butwcrib bouirbold to-day.hInt.

Chf nide's >,IOK for attorney sum -j his seat, came much nearer mothers and small children. Ir > frj: j:;; t j Oa&7Nsye.zt7. L,dj, wasted. Band(orUrmi.

general. Th .idition of (t-e bie- .:;ing into a thunderous cheer I quickly cures their coughs and ::: tJ I

affairs of thiV tate are such tha 't : tnai. .)ne would' imagine a Florida colds, preventing pneumonia or I = > t j I

is very important to the tax pa .. I I leg' ;filature capable of. other serious consequences Ir i 'R U tTl
I'I'I I'I't
I (
that this office should be held byan It i is characteristic of all good also curse croup and has been usedin I #'# 70 ,

able and purfe lawver, and e: oratorical performances that tbe); tens of thousands of cases without ; m i ; z I' I

". know of no man in this state oet- should be
ter qualified to fill the position of would be as impossible to emphasize have been able to learn. It no 'U c=:: ;: = > I e

attorney general than Hon. Geo. the charms of a fine sonata only cures croup but when givenas I; : ltJ: T; r 4

; P Raner.-Citrus County Chroni i: to deaf to indicate soon as the i rIJ x rorladtas. .>mt eag1! :! raga d>fl a as cough
j man the : croupy appears : tala tyli S"cale-ettef attained by the n e of nrotbur
I'I 0 paltsna. @an oval tor strk>aad perfect ac.M SM
cle.The pecu iar qua ities of the polished will prevent the attack. Incases I. :-
Chronicle is correct in say- :i deliverances of men uch as Wills I of whooping cough it liquefiesthe H ::

ing that the condition of the affairs ;i i and Hammond-of John Hart ridge ; tough mucus, making it easier h... Lf m L

of the state is such as to require I land Davis-to those who have'! to expectorate, and lessens the i.3' 0.:.. ,

an able and pure lawyer for attorney -'! never felt themselves swayed by severity and irequency of the par- l = r '1 P.BA S .

general. We have nothing to i i their power. If pressed tor p: rticulars ,.o\ysms of coughing, thus depriving -I! 8 L' ;- ;. Q .

soy against Judge Raney's ability however it would be safe that dl lease of all dangerous J M i&d1v uC'h-eoee. .
pat CO (hoftr. and 11 e.etp
or purity. As chief justice he dem- to say of the accomplished man ': consequences. For sale by J. L. I F H' ';7 0 at.AN t.r, kid-18. iLr cry City lab.t an4 IIp-to-4ate tuvn.or byI' etya'."*-

onstrated his legal ability beyond \\hotnat day electrified his col-1 I 1 Gaskins, druggist. i i it i7a ... Tilt aJ COMPANY. ,
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: cation For Bond, and SameIs

? LAYS fiOEBEL LOW Fixed at $30,000. .

Ex-Auditor Thomas J. Hunter, Utah Han Denied Seat In the House By a '

charged with embezzlement by the At- I Vote of 268 to 50. 't11.s
. \ lanta and We-t Point railroad, arrivedin

Consummation df a Dastardly Plot With Atlanta him were early William Friday P. Hill morning., spec- said he, "but I do not feel it necessary j ty g4
: ial legal representaeive of the road, in order to show how good Lam, ,
:' Stirs the State of Kentucky. and John W. Rodgers, Pinkerton de how I love motherhood and chastity to
tective. The three men were direct lend myself to cheap abuse which requires -
from Tangier, Morocco. Shortly after Members Were Willing to neither ability nor courage. ;
their arrival in the city, they went to f
Thia utterance drew forth a roundof
Admit and Then Seat
Expel -
the office of Mr. Hill. is

s FIRED ON FROM HOUSE "Are you' hurt, Goebel? Did they At 9 o'clock Hunter appeared in the Is Now Vacant. Mr.applause.Lanham, of Texas, closed. the ;

get you? superior court room before Judge debate in behalf of the majority reso- '
"They have t me this time" said Lumpkin and made application
OCCUPIED BY TAYLOR go lutions. He said we are not here to
Mr. GO !bel. "I guess they have through his attorney for a bond to The case of Brigham H. Roberts, impose moral or religious tests. We ;,
, killed me." avert the only other alternative of go- the Mormon representative-elect from are cheerful to accord to the people of
{ While Chinn was holding the ing to prison on the three indictments Utah, which had occupied so much of Utah all the privileges and immunitiesof
wounded man, supporting his head in found by the Fulton county grand the attention of the house since the citizens of sovereign states. They 1 I t
his arms, four shots more were firedat jury charging him with conspiracy and may elect whomsoever they will. Mor- : a
Goebel Was on His Wayto both men. All of them struck close, embezzlement in the sum of $40,000 assembling of congress, was decided mon or Gentile, but he must not be a'

the Sente Chamber making the dust fly from the brick from the Atlanta and West Point rail- Thursday by the adoptionof a resolutionto polygamist.The .

pavement.Both road during his term of office as audi- exclude him by a vote of 268 to 50. final vote was then taken and
When Shot Down. Chinn and Lillard stuck to tor. The exact language of the resolutionwas the announcement of the result was
their friend, neither of them moving Judge Lumpkin fiJ'ed.his. bond at an as follows: greeted with cheers.
from his side until the firing ceased. aggregate of $30,000.: "That under the facts and circumstances -
While Chiun and Lillard are men of experience Ten thousand dollars of this bond of the case BrighamH. DEMOCRATS
walking through the capitol QUAKER
in affairs in which powder smokeis was to insure his presence at the trial Roberts, representativeelectfrom :
-grounds at Frankfort, Ky., on his way a more or less prominent feature on the first iudictment charging him the state of Utah, ought not .f:
to the capitol building at 11:10 o'clock and both declare that while they could with conspiracy jointly with former to havo or hold a seat in the houseof Agree On Bryan In Advance For !

Tuesday morning William Goebel, the tell the general direction from which Ticket Agent Albert Howell, Sr., to representatives, and that the Presidential Candidate InComing i
Democratic contestant for of the bullets came, they could but guessat defraud the road of 821,000. seat to which he was elected is "
governor the spot from which they were lired. Fifteen thousand dollars of the hereby declared vacant. Campaign.
Kentucky, was shot down and very When the Lillard bond to insure his at the The
tiring ceased ran was presence The amendment to expel Mr. Roberts Pennsylvania state Democratic f.t
dangerously wounded. for help. He had not far to go, for trial on the second indictment charginghim without seating him offered by committee, at a meeting at Harrisburg j\'

; The shots were fired from a window there is always a crowd around the with embezzlement of $20,003. ]Mr. Lacey was ruled out on a point of Thursdayagreed to make W. J. Bryan I- 1
\ of the executive building just east of gates of the capitol building.In Five thousand dollars was to insure less than a minute dozens of men his presence at the trial on the third j the resolution of the majority ark; its choice for the presidency 1900. '",
:4 the legislative hall. were around Goebel. He was losing indictment charging him with embezzlement I i minority of the committee. The latter, This action was taken by the committee'
:; Harland Whittaker, a farmer, of much blood and was becoming very of $250 from the agent of the s Butler county, the home of Governor weak. He was hastily carried to the road at: West Point. was defeated- to 214. Harrisburg from New York to attend .
Taylor, is now in the jail at Louisville office of Dr. E. E. Hume, in the base- Hunter did not make the bond in An analysis of this vote uo\s that the meeting and confer with the party ---r: ; .,
with the crime. There is
charged no ment of the Capitol hotel, about a court. He was carried to the office of 1170 Republicans, 72 Democrats and 2 1 lea.lera. --I ;j" '
I direct evidence against Whittaker and thousand feet from the spot where the Sheriff Nelms in the building and al- j I Populists voted against it and 71 Dem- This is probably the first time in the ; \ t
:. be was placed under arrest more be- shooting occurred. Here he was laid. lowed to consult with his attorneyin ocrats, 6 Republicans, 2 Populists and. party's history that the Democrats of 1 1'
cause he was caught around the capi- upon a sofa while Dr. Hume made a reference to the bond. | 2 silver Republicans voted for it. Pennsylvania have indicated their .
tal building when the shots were fired hasty examination, pronouncing the Hunter remained in the office of'i The majority resolution-to exclude choice for president in advance of the
than for any other apparent reason. wound to be of a nature that must Sheriff Xelms until 1:15 o'clock, at Mr. Roberts and declare the seat va- state Convention. There was a large
He denies in the most positive man- cause death in a short time. which time he was taken to the Tower. | cant-were adopted, 2G3 to 50. The attendance of Democrats from all over
ner that he had any connection with "I am feeling very well," said the affirmative vote was divided as follows -' the state to meet Bryan and hear him
the shooting or knew anything aboutit. MILITARY CALLER OUT. prisoner to a newspaper man a* be sat : Republican, 168; Democrats, discus* ths issues on which the. coming -
He was running toward the place The Republican officials acted with in the court room waiting the hour for : 96; Populists, 4, while the negative campaign will be waged. ,t.
where Goebel fell, and not away fromit the greatest promptitude. Adjutant the hearing as to his bond. "I am !! veto was: Democrats, 47; silver Republicans Th ttate convention will be held in : t

when caught and arrested. General Collier was sitting in his glad to get away from Morocco. I was 2; Populists, 1. There Harrisburg:: on April 5th, and will -!it .
Senator Goebel was wounded by a office when the shots wore fired. He in that country about a month. I were a score of speakers during the adopt a platform along the lines laid ; -
rifle ball of small caliber, not over 38, was not over 200 feet from Goebel "You can appreciate the fact, no day. Mr. Roberts was present throughout down by the Nebraskan in his speech
,, which struck him in the right side when he fell. He instantly rushed doubt, that I am a little rattled just the session, and only left after Thursday night before 5,000 people '
just below the arm pit. The ball I out of the building, and being told now, and can't talk much. I wouldbe i the result of the last vote had been at Kelker street hall. The platformwill
' passed through the back part of the I that Goebel had been shot, he realized glad to tell you all about Morocco announced. As he did so he gave out indorse the Chicago declaration H. J.f
,.- right lung, across the body on a diagonal that prompt steps must be taken to another time. I a statement justifying his retention of of principles, denounce the trusts and '-j 1 jI
line, passing out below the left I I avoid the turbulence which might "We had a pleasant voyage over, his plural wives on the ground that I imperialism, advocate ballot reform
1 shoulder blade. easily follow the great excitement and I have been well treated by everybody j his moral obligation was more binding and pure elections and condemn machine ,
; That the shooting of Mr. Goebel.. which was increasing every minute. since we left Tangiers." j upon his conscience than the technical I politicians. The convention will ,;
/ was the result of a carefully laid plan He at once telephoned to the armoryon After inquiring about several friends obedience to statutory law, and saying I also nominate candidates for auditor !1
is without question. The man who the hill, where all during the gubernatorial Hunter lapsed into silence, except for that there was little excuse for the general, congressman at large, the :
did the work had evidently taken his contest the local-.company an occasional word with his attorney. extraordinary efforts to crush a system presidential electors and elect eight 1\i .
"}. stand at the window which had previously of infantry had been in reserve and Hunter had but fivte cents on his already abandoned and practicallydead. delegates to the national convention. ..
:\ been raised in order to allow within 20 minuto-ille company, 30 person when be was taken into custodyby .. -
l=:1 the free passage of the bullet, and strong, under command of Captain the order of the American consul I I He says he was a martyr to a spasm REITZ AS A POET. ; .
::i. waited until hia--victim was in full I Wolcott, was drawn up front of the in Morocco, and this was in coppers of f' of prejudice. He wouid not, he sail, -t
; eight before firing. I capitol building. Guards were placedat the American coinage. Ho had been attempt to run for congress again, al- He Gets Off a Parody on Kipling' "lie- ,
Ever since the influx of moun.tain-I to the under the of Stevens cegslonal." f;
every gar leading capitol traveling name though he would go back home with a".
,. eers last week a large number of them grounds and nobody was permitted to the detective says, and had assumed I light heart confident of the future. F. W. Reitz, the Transvaal state :
I have been sleeping in\,0'of the upper part enter or leave. the name after leaving New York. I'j I'a Mr. Talbert, of South Carolina, said secretary, has written a parody upon. I !
the statehouse. % s; not known, Goebel, who showed great fortitude The prisoner sat quietly through the that in a case of such abnormal and de- Mr. Kipling's "Recessional." It is i
however, that any- .gsese men did and courage throughout, smiled weak hearing for a bond. lIe did not appearat fiant immorality technicalities should entitled "Progressional," and is dedi {1
the work, or meditated the crime. I ly as he heard. the verdict and feebly all nervous, but shook hands cordi- j; not weigh. Representing the consti- cated to "Mudyard Pipling." The ,;t \ 1
There has not, s'o far, been discoveredthe : rolled his head from side to side in ally with several friends who came up tuency he did, he said, ho should vote first stanza follows: ." ).

slightest direct evidence pointingto token of dissent from the opinion expressed to speak to him after he entered the against Roberts, first, last and all the "GoJs of the jingo, Bras and Gold, f''tJ.
any man, and it is not likely thatany by the physician. He was courtroom. Lor
will ever be found. then carried to his room on the second I time.Mr.. Adams, of Georgia, saiu violation Under whose baneful sway they hold .;.,
The man who."fired the shots took floor of the Capitol hotel and in addi- LIBERTY FOB DELEGALES.: of the statue against unlawful Dominion over mine and t.hine- .

the precaution to conceal his location II tion to Dr. Hume, Drs. McCormickand cohabitation entitled the offender toI Such Lords as these have made them rotten. :j "1'0
Decision of GoorcU supreme Court MakesTheir .
by using smokeless powder cartridges. summoned to attend I have have '(' : '
Ely were I5e1a+e Poatible. I I I membership in the penitentiary rather They forgotten. They forgot- '1 ,
A score of people :were where they had ', ten." .c
the house
than representative.
full view of the side of the building: him.There The decision of the Georgia supremecourt ,
: a talk side of
was on Mr. Grosvenor of Ohio V
every I r
in tho cf Delegale the
1 case vs. TO MEET IN LINCOLN.
and all
from which the done
n firing was placing under arrest man who was in favor of
every the views of the majority .
4 of them declare that not a sign of pow- i in the building when the shots were state, goes a long way toward clearingup exclusion. .-' J,
the murder cases of McIntoshcounty Committee Will Hold Conference
Populist :
der smoke was visible. fired,even including Governor Taylor, out of the riots there : Mr. Morris, of Minnesota, a member
Mr. Goebel wits on his way to the though, of course, nobody believedfor last growing I of the special committvo which inves- In Zfjtin'. State.

senate chamber in company with a moment that he had any knowledge August.Ed ward tigated the Roberts case, and who Senator Butler, chairman of the .
John and Delegale,
Colonel Jack Chinn, and Warden Eph of the crime. He expressed him- were charged with killing Mr. Joseph| signed the majority report, advocated national executive committee of the
Lillard. of the Frankfort'penitentiary.Mr. : self immediately after tho shooting as Townsend, who was trying to arrest its adoption in an hour's speech. If People's party, has issued a call for a 1,
Lillard was a few feet in advanceof being extremely sorry that such a thing them without a warrant, for riot. j the constitutional qualifications could'' meeting of that committee to be held I J
Goebel and Chinn, who were walk- had. happened. They were sentenced to the peniten- I: not be added to, said he, the house in Lincoln, Neb.. Monday, the 17th of
ing side by side, Goebel being on the Adjutant General Collier, who is a tiary for life, but appealed. the case to would be compelled to admit R drivel- February. The meeting will bs held f :
right and Chinn upon the left. From red hot follower of Governor Taylor, the court. Edward Delegalewas ing idiot, a base traitor or a red- for the purpose of naming a time and ,:[F '
the outer edge of the capitol Raiding groundsto and who has never minced his wordsin supreme granted a new trial by Judge Sea- handed mu/derer. The pnpreme court !i place for hoMing the national conven- ,"

the step of the capitol the auy nay when Mr. Goebel was the brook, but John was not so fortunate.The had held that polygamy was not a re- j tion of that -arty. The executive t.,
distance is 300 feet.
about subject of discussion, said: court now gives him one. ligious tenet. I, committee consists of three members }
As the shot was heard, Goebel gavea "It is a most' deplorable affair in ev- Edward supreme Delegale is to be released[ I Mr. DeArmond, of Missouri, closed ; from each state.SCHWAS .
quick, involuntary exclamation of ery way. I would not havo had it the debate on behalf of the minority :1 :
few Johnis
from in days and
pain and made an effort to draw his happen, for it may possibly cause sure custody of au acquittal a under the sweeping committee with a forty-ininute speech. ROUTS FILIPINOS. ;1:
own revolver. His strength was unequal trouble in Frankfort, but I think not. decision of the court. 'j The argument of the majority that tbe -- ,
to the task, however, and he At any rate if the trouble comes, we The times supreme in Mclntoshcounty method of turning Mr. Roberts out ; Fire Hundred Ar r-.ven From .!!:t *rAiichAdvices :;t :

sank upon the pavement. are abundantly to take care of it." last exciting August when the soldierswere mattered not was the argument of I 11','a.s -. "an Ule-;." "_,
With great rapidity several more As soon as it was noised around order haveresulted Judge Lynch, he said. When he decided frcm Manila sttta that a .'
called out to
shots were fired, the bullets all strik- that Goebel had been shot members of preserve absolute that a man should be huner. ',o : part of Genera Schawr'-.>ii._.:,consisting -
in one's acquittalyet
ing the brick sidewalk cloee to where the legislature made a wild. rush for no for riotous also said it was immaterial huw -ie" I II of six companies with some ,
Goebel lay. None of them touched the telegraph office and. filed volumi- conduct., except: a few negroes !,I hung. :Mr. DeArmond scored th .,6 artillery, drove a force of 500 insurgents j f .
him, however. Lillard hastily turned nous messages to their constituents, for 1 i I who had unnecessarily! abused Mr: I from entrenchments at San ')
I' arrested .
around to aid Goebel, who was nup- and. within an hour replies began to Henry Delegale. trouble started rape, Roberts. He would scorn as beneath Diego, near San Pal lo, on Sunday. *' ,
all the
I and about whom )
ported by Chinn, who had his arms pour in, the general run of them being. is free Edward Delegale is to be freedand him and beneath contempt an effort to The enemy officially reported that they :;
about him almost as soon as he touched one tenor,which was "We are coming." I I John; Delegale cannot be convict-, evoke applause by denunciation."But lost!'; 67j "Jedand many wounded. Our
the pavement. It was expected in answer that fully i I court's I let it be not understood by casualties were one killed and four- ,.
"Get help," said Chinn to Lillard, 5,000 men would arrive in Frankfort <*! under the supreme riot : I some carping critic that I favor teeu wounded, the inj';.Joa in most j

' : and turning to Goebel, he asked: during the afternoon and night. pending Many in of the the supreme cases court.are now polygamy. I oppose it; I scorn it," i, instances being slight. .! .


Georgian ccljirM Against Retention of Boers :Sow liar Opportunity For Cutting General Warren1 Lou ,. Thoueht: to Be To Be Erected Near Atlanta: Oa.. ByScott ;.t
-_ Philippine Island at bplonkop. Investment Compnnr. ;
Chlaf of Engineers Iteportll Amount of heavy I
Him Off
"l! Senator A. O. Bacon, of Georgia, Now Avullable. The war cf co at London has issued Atlanta men and Atlanta capital are
;(addressed the Fenate Tuesday afternoon A London dispatch to Tie N'ewYork Money the following dispatch from Spear- ; behind a new cotton* mill shortly t > be n y
( on his resolutions declaring Evening World says: General Wilson, chief of engineers, : man's camp, dated. January 23th: j I II' erected near the Georgia capital. '.;
.'against the retention: of the Philippine i Buller's danger is now forcing itselfon ) reports to congress that on the first of i "General Warren's troops last night : Final arrangements have been made

islands and iu favor of the establish- I j the military experts. A committeeof the year the funds available 'for river .I' occupied Spioukop, surprising the I whereb" the erection of the factory is ;
meut of an independent and. stable i! national defense has already takenit work included the follow- small garrison, who awl. It has been assured, and the work of construction I '
and is gravely considering it. and will begin almost at once. It is expected i .
government for the natives of thov': up held by us all day, though we were
,' islands. Lord. Roberts himself has communicated ing: Virginia, James river, $143,923; I heavily attacked, especially by a very that it will be in operation by
his it is said. Carolina Cape Fear river, at. October 1st. t
anxiety, North
The galleries were well filled.among annoying shell fire. I fear our casualties -I "r:
those present being a number of the He has, it is reported, cabled the and below Wilmington, $120,518; .. are considerable and I have to J The factory will be erected by the
members of the Georgia colony in committee that unless Buller and his South Carolina, Winyah bay, 8358.542; inform you with regret that General George W. Scott Investment Com- :t
Washington. The house adjourned at forces arrive safely from their present Georgia, Savannah harbor, $606,4S; ;:;; tt'oodgate was dangerously wounded. I pny at Ingleside near Decatur, Ga. lir '
1:30, and all of the Georgia positition to the south of the Little Florida, St. John's river, 8243,5561: i General Warren is of the opinion that The place will be known as the Scott- ''

of congress took seats in members//Tngela river, they will be in imminent Hillsboro bay, $122,531. Also, Cum- he has rendered the enemj's position dale mills and will be owned entirelj I-
chamber to hear the senator danger of being bottled up. berland sound, Georgia and Florida, i untenable. The men are splendid." by the Scott company. : J!
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ke.: STABKE. FLi. NAMES GOEBEL Major Dunham Reilgn British Consul at New Orleans .<<:I
Untie No I>efen e.
v,. -.r.. : ; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. The Brother circuit court at Jacksonvillo I There was some surprise in railroad Criticised American Officers };.: '
... was crowded when the highly circles when it was learned that Major -- ;.\" J

The greatness of former ages was sensational trial of the three Branford Dunham, general superintendent < '

!r'i!. manifested by the exaltation of a few Declare Him to Be Legal Governor Hewitt brothers, Moss, Lum and of the at Plant Savannah System, Ga.,, with had THE FACT IS .'"?ED IN THE SENATE ..* ,,-:"' -

:.. ..:: individuals., The greatness of a na- Dick, was commenced. The men headquarters to PresidentR. ',-.. < I
his resignation < '"
tion in time is marked the of Kentucky. were indicted by the grand jury for tendered .,, "
t-f. onr Dunham's '
:* ; by. Major -b
j the murder of their brother-in-law, J. G. Foreign Relations Committee Boasted 'i ;
''l"(i: growth of a multitude to a heightj T. Johnson, whose body was found in sons for resigning were not made Tillman Slaves Speech On Philippine :

that in former times would have made Scott creek, on New River, a few miles public. Pollcy. t.: .'

q;: ..' : each. of them famous. ACTION WAS HURRIEDLY TAKEN from Lake Butler, tied up in a croker Major Dunham was very close his life to ."'- ,

_. ;;,t fnl .:..; sack with a heavy weight attached to President H. H. Plant during After some routine business in the :,t; ',
time and it was by Mr. Plant's appointment -
tied ,
: .$ the body, with a boxcar coupler he went to Savannah as senate, Monday, Mr. Mason, of Illinois .:' "J
: that
Victims of the bubonic plague have While Contestant Lay at the to a rope. The huge piece of iron was I i
J of the general superintendent on February rising to a question of personal
,-'t : been seen on this side of the Atlantic. Point of Death From As produced in conrt, and pieces G. Flem-
Mr. R.
: to have been broken 15, 1895, succeeding privilege, had read an interview.pur.
r.. But thanks to physiciaus who have sassin's Bullet.A gun supposed So far is known Major Dun- ;'f
murdered man. ing. as "
over the head of the porting to havo been held with the
r"". worked at the risk of death and who Hewitt brothers ham has no plans for the immediate
of the three
Two 'l
British consul at New Orleans in
: r; sometime have died in the search for seemed unconscious of the fact that future. '

'-1:2 w' truth, the plague, once the scourge of Frankfort special says: While they were on trial for their lives, and Captain W. B. Denham, superintendent which the Illinois senator was criti- ,- ;: .

; humanity, is now scarcely a threat to William Goebel lay at the point of chewed gum, laughed when tho attor- of the fourth and sixth divis- cised for his speech in sympathy with
.. the session as ions of the Plant System, will succeedto the Boers. Mr. Mason severely criti
tilted and enjoyed
in of
death his the result
room, as an neys
; the civilized .
_N,, people. though it were a huge joke. 'Dick the general. superintendency of the cised the British government, not the .
assassin's bulletthe boards
': contesting Hewitt was. the only one who seemedto entire Plant System. Captain Den- people, saying that not one-tenth of
which for two weeks had been listen- and he ham was formerly superintendent of the favored the
English people
t:i The Figaro of Paris publishes an take the matter seriously, present 1-
ing to the evidence in his contest for watched the case and the effect of the the Florida Southern railroad, now a war in South Africa and that 95 :
interview with M. Lock former
.5_' roy, the governor's chair declared him en- evidence upon the jury very closely. part of the Plant System. He has per cent of the people of this country
French minister of marine, in the the court wide experience in railroading in Florida ] with the Boers.
titled to the governorship of Ken- Had a bombshell fallen in sympathized
: course of which he says: 'The Brit- tucky. room on the second day of the trial, and south Georgia. His present He said that it was not the first

., ish navy is twice'as strong as ours. The boards having in charge the the surprise could hardly have been headquarters are at Gainesville.The time British diplomats had interfered _

It is able to oppose simultaneously contests between Goebel and Taylorfor greater than when Attorney John E.U.1 I in American politics, and he desired to "'

and Beckham and Mar- f ...1t..f'.n.u.... announced:. Times-Union and Citizen remarks have attention called to this matter .t
the navies of France and the Triple governor, .u..1U.U ge', or e """ "' ''''''' ;
shall, for lieutenant governor, met at "The defense will introduce no wit- : Florida owes some duties to now before it could injure the present ;
:Irs r Alliance. Everywhere French fleets 7 o'clock Tuesday night in the city nesses." The announcement was herself now which should take precedence administration as it had injured Mr. .

:, ,, are stationed they are confronted by hall to consider the evidence submit- quickly followed by Judge Call direct- of all others-the developmentof Cleveland.] .1

twice or thrice their strength. France ted to them, and prepare their reportto ing the sheriff to take the three pris- her latent resources, the construction :Mr. Lodge said he dill not think tho t

must have cables. Great Britain's the legislature.A oners into custody. They were at of a system of highways that will diplomatic or consular officer -of any :;

bases of support are all connected,and few legal authorities were read to once taken in charge and placed in the do for the rural districts what late improvements government had the right to criticise '

them at the request of Senator Allen, Duval county jail. have done for. her towns, : a senator or a representative or any officer '
the British are ready for war tomor- the immediate reform of her convict
who wished light shed upon a few r of the government. Mr. Lodge

row, if necessary, with every nation doubtful po'cts. system, and the imposition of uniform i; sail the gallant fight the Boers were .

t ..- on the glebe." 7 Jie *"Jte was then taken, and by a A well authenticated rumor was rules and rates for her county officesof making stirred the heart of every man. .
vote of 10 to 1 William Goebelwas floating around Ocala the past week record. Let us look to these.
t ---'-- --- party I Mr. Mason criticised the foreign relations -
? ';t There is reason back of the crazef1.1' upland: to have been legally that the Campasjnie Generale des Phos- committee for taking no action \ \
; / elected of phate de La France had disposed of Miss Annie Dorsey, a beautiful .
: )t rt dleniatizatiouofpopularnovels. governor Kentucky.The upon the resolution of sympathy.Mr. ,
( their holding of phosphate lands in woman of Apopka, while out :
Bccklnm- Iitcl1ClJ.lIalJ contestwas young
t-- Mason then resumed his criti- _
L .3A novel ac-jiiires popularity either Marion, Alachua and Levy countiesfor Springs one day recently I II
.If- then voted upon aud a strict party walking near Clay I cisri of England. He said England i i .
for its dramatic interest: or the sympa the sum of 4000. When the agentwas had a thrilling experience
vote of 9 to 2 settled this matter. No had made the war for the purpose of : r
thy of its characterization. These announcement vas made of the rea- applied to for definite informationhe which she will not soon forget. Near I, getting the rich mines of South Africa. :

!. are just as much elements of success sons,lea ing up (to the report being declined to confirm or deny the report the springs she had aa encounter witha I :Mr. Platt, of Connecticut, said at fI
remarking that if such a repol.tgot rattlesnake and succeeded in
in playwrightiug as in novel-making. made so hurriedly the boards taking huge I the close of )!Mason's speech that
out it would ruin him. it after hard A half
at Each of killing a fight.
everything one leap. one I
All the old dramatists would have he wished to enter his protest against r
hour bear in the road.
later she met
the men of both committees announcedthat a
"the abuse of free the floorof
speech on t
made use of the popular novel if they CauvlConvention a Su<<:cel". She him with ,
he had made up his mind as to bravely pelted pine the senate. ,
had had it to make use of. Shakes- the merits of the case, and voted The opera house at Sanford was knots and stones and he turned and Mr.
Pettigrew, speaking on a reso-
packed with hundreds of earnest cassava f
peare, Ben Jonson et al. delved promptly as his name was called. of the ran. lution relating to contraband of war, i .
growers and some leading .
and An effort was made by a number of said that .
into the doctrine that
hugely advantageously dusty a beligerent
. women of the city when the cassava F. B. Bower of
Tampa, general
the Democrats
to get together a quorum 1
:: chronicle and epic. Our modern play- of both houses and hold a night convention was opened the past week. agent of the Mobile Steamship Line, for might them seize would foodstuffs even that if in it paid of t"
lean case ;
wright, at least in suggestive material, session to hear the reports of the two The first morning's program consisted announces that the business of the
war between our two best customers, ;
has them. and them of prayer by Rev. Charles H. Camp- has increased to such an ex-
a great advantage over committees at once, adopt company .
our trade with both would be des-
n' and declare Goebel the governor of bell, a cordial address of welcome by tent that two steamers will be placedon "

1 Another cherishel theme of the Kentucky before morning. They were Mayor Welborne, responded to by the run. The Seaboard has been troyed.At ,
1:43: m. Mr. Tillman. of South
college orator and ter-the anxious to give him the honer beforehe Captain R. E. Rose, chairman, and making weekly trips, but another ves- p.
essay Carolina took
the floor and made :
died. So many legislators had Stephen Powers, secretary, and music sel is needed for the heavy business, a "
swift extinction of the American In the It
speech on Philippine question. s
the Indian River band.
gene to Louisville and Lexington for by so the Wanderer will be placed on
dian-receives a shock when studied At the afternoon session Prof. H. E. was a vigorous denunciation of theadministration's
This will two !I
I the night! however, that it was found regularly. give sailings
in the light of statistics the figures impossible to carry out this pro- Stockbridge made an admirable ad- a week, each way. This is simply a Philippine policy.
He denied that the blood of the sol-
: in the case coming from the annual gramme. dress on the culture and uses of cas- slight illustration of the growing business -
diers in the
report of the secretary of the interior. BOARD'S REPORT. sava. of Tampa. These two vessels : those who favored Philippines was upon The ,
... Prof E. E. Ewell, of the United will have all the freight they can handle I i imperialism.
According to that document, there are At the close of the secret session States department of agriculture, gave and as soon as the deep water president of the United States, by ne- 1

now 267,418 Indians in the United the boards of contest announced the instructions, in a speech, on the cul- channel is completed two larger vesselsof gotiating the treaty! of peace and ":

States, while the census of 1S90 following recommendation to the Dem- ture and uses of cassava products. A deeper draft will take their place. "buying the Filipinos," and those
showed total ocratic legislature that Goebel be great number of questions were asked senators who assisted in ratification of I
h-- a aboriginal population
; seated as governor of the common- and answers given by practical grow- the trea'y were responsible for the 4
-r.: of 249,473. "Poor Lo" has evidently wealth of Kentucky: The national pure food and drug present war. M '. Tillman said that

..' taken fresh life and calm- the board ers.President congress will hold its third annual the United StaMh
a grip on undersigned, ap- F. G. Perkins, of the Lake cannot govern any

ly and with exceeding: : stubbornness pointed and selected by the general Mary Manufacturing Company, responded session in Washington City, begin territory that g eot belong to the ,
March It is
to determine the contest ning on 7. claimed that United States and where
assembly satisfactorily to searching, our flag (
; refuses to with the buff-
.;; lo.1 away and election for the office of governorfor practical questions.The the agitation created by this congresshas floats the constitution and the princi- -t, ;:

-- n._ -- this! commonwealth between William Florida Agricultural Society, in materially aided in securing legislative pIes of the declaration of independencemust

f- The Illinois house of correction is Goebel, contestant, and William session at the same time and place, action in a number of states be in force.
favorable to the objects and aims of .
S. contestee leave to .
Taylor, beg report constitution and
about to try an interesting experiment adopted a
lit r.J that we have heard all the evidence enrolled members. W. H. the congress, and it is hoped that the "BLUE L.\WS" HEVIVED.
in the reformation of women criminals. many session soon to be held at Washingtonmay
offered both and
by parties we McFarland an object ]lesson with
" Superintendent Sloan has built three now respectfully report to the general instructive samples of his orange pro- be instrumental in securing national Policemen<< In Baltimore Make Case.Ag.alnllt .

1. -- large greenhouses, covering a spaceof assembly of the commonwealth of Ken- tection tent. legislation along these lines. Violators of Ancient Edict.

four thousand square feet, in which tucky that in our opinion William The governor of each state and terri- Nine hundred Baltimore policemen .

\[ it is intended to grow rosescarnations Goebel was legally elected governorof The Southern Express Company has tory is requested to appoint ten dele- were busy from midnight Saturday un'J"' ,,
follows 4 ,
gates as : Agriculturists,
the commonwealth of ; til 12 o'clock
Kentuckyon perfected arrangements with the rail- Sunday night securing .. '
r and chrysanthemums for the Chicago the seventh day of November, roads to operate a train of their own pharmacists, 2; wholesale grocers, 1 ; the names of violators of the ancient i. ,

: market. The women prisoners will 1899, and that he then and there received between Florida points and Eastern retail grocers, 1; food manufacturers, "blue laws," together: with their aiders

have the entire work of the green- the highest number of legal cities. The train will be made up 1; proprietary manufacturers, 1. Per- and abettors. The edict sent out by 1 ,.

houses, under direction of an expert: votes cast for any one for the office of solely of express cars, and will makea sons desiring to represent Florida in the police department last week, in cooperation "

horticulturist, and it is expected that governor of Kentucky at said election, schedule equaling in speed the very this Governor congress Bloxham will be appointed by with the grand jury, pro-

and we therefore respectfully suggest fastest passenger trains, thereby giving upon applicationto scribed traffic in: every article except r
contact with the growing plants will that this be and the executive office in person or by
milk and
approved ice
report a to the truck growers of Florida druggists being permitted -
have a softening and regenerating effect resolution adopted by this joint assembly many market advantages that have not letter. Alex J. Wedderburn, secre- to compound and sell prescriptions .

'., oil the hardened natures of the I I declaring that said William Goe- heretofore been possible.W. tary, promises reduced transportationrates only. The evidence thus collectedwill

unhappy women.A I bel, governor-elect of the common- for delegates. I I be referred to the grand jurors, :
wealth of Kentucky for the term commencing who will investigate each and
case ;
'I H. Ryan, captain of the Pensa- Again the community of Ft. pre-
the twelfth of December Myers
noticeable portion of the report. day sent violators of the law for indictment }
cola and the Joss of of its
1899. Light Infantry a carpenterby mourns ono most re and
for 1898 of the! Massachusetts board I trade, left home in Pensacola a few spected citizens Dr. T. E. Langford prosecution. :
"We decide that the said William I!! No arrests were made but
of health ;in that In elation to con"I, Goebel: has received the highest number nights ago, telling his wife that he was for many years one of the foremost names of all workers, known, to the be

sumption. A steady c_.. Ifoi.n decrease of legal: votes and is adjudged to going to the navyyard to work. He men of the county, died at Bartow the such, were taken and will be referred t,
be elected said did not go the yard, and has not since : past week of Bright's disease of the
in 111" J.ll.' f"''ity from this dis- the person to office ofgovernor to the grand jurors. These included
I for the term prescribed by been seen or heard from. The night.I kidneys, aged 52 years. He had beena editors
case: in tLc unto is ilutei oat. In I reporters, compositors, press-
law." of the mysterious disappearance' cries resident of the county since 1873, and
men carriers of the
1S53 the dea'tub; it. jusuniutiou of murder were heard from a boat in .: and was one of the most successful Sunday papers, -

\\'ere12<2 per one million people Iletlnces Capital Stock. the bay, and his family fears that he I cattle men in Sonth Florida] having messenger lanndrymen boys and, barbers of, bootblacks!" ,

lu 1895 the number was on'v 2194, At. a meeting of the stockholders of has been murdered, as it was known !I followed this business since he came and their owners sweat shops '
the Chattanooga! National bank it was that he had about $10 in his possession [ to the state. For many years he had employes. Quite a number
and the repn't' for 1898 shows furtleidecrease. of storekeepers also
decided by resolution to reduce the on that day. A thorough search is I been a partner of James Hendry, and were caught"redhanded" .
"The causes or this remarkable capital stock from $300,000 to $200- being made for him. together they had conducted a largo and will have to answer
to the
change,"" the report savs, "are I I 000. It was f-iuud that the amount business, dealing in beef and stock charge of selling cigars, cigarettes .

undoubtedly of a similar: character. i i h*Id as capital stock was unnecessary The death sentence of Reuben Harris cattle, until the partnership name of stationery, newspapers!, confectioneries -

with those which ha\' aileoted nearlythe fur the transaction of its business. the negro murderer of Police Hendry & Langford is known to every groceries. proprietary articles or 1:

Officer Yelverton in Pensacola, has i I cattle man in South Florida.
entire class of infections
or preventable LOFIIN MAY RESIGX.Nejjro been commuted by the state board of : I DYNAMITE EXPLODES.FUe .
diseases; namely, a bet+c r I
pardons to a life sentence at hard labor I More than fifty cigarmakers arrivedin

knowledge on the part of the peopleof POltmlstf'r'ill Locate at AVanhincto.i in the state prison. When the Tampa a few days ago on the Olii Men ( .Eight Injured and Property -

the art of prolonging life, a grow According to Report.I. document was read to Harris by Sheriff i vette from Havana. These men report l>e troyed. '

ing appreciation of the value of sanitary H. Loftin, postmaster at Hogans- Smith he listened with stolid indifference a most serious condition existing Five men killed and eight badly injured -

measures, as shown in the better ville Ga., who has been a thorn in not in the least manner displaying there in labor circles. Several of the is the result of a run-away train ,
the flesh the joy he must have felt. largest factories closed and the explosion of dynamite that t
organization and equipment of local] to the citizens of that town, are on accountof
left Thursdry night for Washington, strikes, and there is little prospectof followed on tho Central railroad of
health authorities, and the more vigorous The soldiers of St. Francis barracks, New Jersey at Ashley Pa.
where he goes to accept a position in an early adjustment of the trouble. Thursday
enforcement of those St. Augustine, are hard at work now night. The list of
measures one of the departments. For this reason a large number at.. complete the deadis

which are essential to success in the It is stated upon authority, although repairing and reshelling the streets once left for Tampa. I as follows: :Frank McLaughlin,

campaign against infections diseases. repeatedly denied by the friends of surrounding the post. They are shell i brakeman; Peter Fray, engine wiper;

Loftin, that the postmaster will resign ing Marine street at present. Uncle Arthur T. Hardy, representing Con- i Michael Bird, brakeman; Charles Ha-
Another means which has
recently Sam
has sufficient number of
in a few days and will become a permanent always a don Brothers of New York, wholesale ney an unknown tramp.
been adopted is the establishment oia f men at his disposal to keep all govern dealers Eight men were injured all
resident of the national capi- in game, will establish a ship- of whom,
special state hospital for the isolation ment property in thorough repair, and it is thought will
tal. The boycott declared againstthe ping point at Citra for ducks, rabbits, recover.
and treatment of persons afflicted with office is still effective and only negroes the work is always done perfectly and rice and black birds, all of which .can Many houses in the vicinity were .

tu :rcnlosjt 1. patronize it. with dispatch. be found in abundance. badly damaged. and the inmates were

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I BRITISH ADMIT Fought When the Truth was Told.! r Except l 'a South Africa. ,I FIVE-cent 14 l ; :

; "When General Grant was President "I guess-" i w9)lbi) ) THE BEST t, .: 49 a to. r

," said Henry Wllletts, of Washington "Oh, don't U S9. You Americans I SMOKING : ,

BAD at the Hotel Imperial, "a cer always guess, yon know." I i }1
ti; bin friend of his came out of tho Westto "No, I don't know. You English ut: Tobacco on Earth is 1. ; _

BOG him. One day, Just after leaving always know, you know." J y r-

\ the White House, this friend fell
Jivlth a fellow Westerner In tho Tcn't Trtacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Away. NOT in the TRUST. I I T 1 Ti-

White House To quit tobacco easily nnd forever, be magnetic L1L
Now Stand grounds, and a heated V
Before World lull of life nerve and vigor, take No-To-
encounter took place, which suddenly Bac, the : I
wonder-worker that makes weak men JJ.
Disgraced and terminated by the General's friend strong. All ,50c Cure '. Y, .,
Beaten. druggists or fl. guaran- .., .., .< .... ,.: ,
knocking the other man down and out. ;iced Hooklet and sample free. Address TOP .-' .. .. ".. ""I-f...;.f":
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or :New York. .
The matter was hushed up, but the 1 : ;ie-;
s 4 hr General, naturally Indignant, called BTOOACCOill' ..''j j'1 ..-' \ ,

TOE GOVERNMENT IS CRITICIZEDIt his friend to account, saying, 'John, "Judge not from Judge mere Not.appearances," Ij IS THE BRAND. p.': fi:r '

s you've treated me and the office I hold Oft have the poets sung.
with much discourtesy. Why did Think not because the bkirt la short
Is Reported That Lord Roberts do such a thing?' 'Well, it was this The woman in it's young.Half Union Made y'

Advises the Surrender way, General,' replied the now thor- y.

I; of Ladysmith. was oughly bad penitent blood between one, 'you us,know and he there had C Ci omll, e Puners 1THH PacXage I I I

set all sorts of stories going about me. .,
Just after leavingyou I ran Into him, 'j
A special cablegram from Londonto BUOWN BROS. CO. WINSTON N. C.
and he at once accused me of doing a J

The New York Evening World, certain thIn .
As It was a He, I only Bottle

Bays: laughed at him. Then he accused me a

i "It is learned from a reliable of something else, and that being also

source that Field Marshal Lord \ lie, I jeered at him again, but his

Roberta has advised the abandon- third accusation was true, and I Cured Me

ment of Lady D1ith. At the war :ouldn't stand that, so I knocked him

office, the dispatch i adds, no con'n lown.'-New York Tribune.In .. .
: could be obtained of tho 1 ;',

tv advices said to have been German cities merchants are not
given by: "About thirty I .
Lord Roberts. allowed to put up "selling out" signs years ago s
? unless they are honest. In :Mayence a bought a bottle of Ayer's Hair ;. .
There is much comment in Londonon
fine of $123: Is Inflicted for every Vigor to hair from .
stop my
the discrepancy: between the Boer
transgression of this law.
falling out. One-half bottle : T*
account of the recapture of Spion Kop a tw(

and that sent by: General Buller. The Artificial Sight.A cured me. A few days ago my MVlJif.p'A ?\ .
Russian Inventor has perfected an elec
latter says not a word about the Boers trial appliance, whli-h hit clalma will enable hair began to fall out again. I
tho blind to see. This will brlnir. much ha >-
scaling the hill and attacking the Brit- plncss to those who have -fectlT6 eye-lght.; went to the medicine shelf and. /

ish trenches and capturing 150 men Another happiness great discovery to those whi'-u WhOM will stomaili.haTu brlncmuch : found the old bottle of Hair /

who had hoisted the white flag, as aiMajuba Bitters.become It deraugPd.Is l has made a Hosteller's world\ wldn Stomach rcpu- Vigor just as good. as when I I lI1 ,

hill. Instead, he spoke of the tatlon for as Indigestion Itself ivs a certain, euro for such ailments bought it."- J. C. Baxter, ; i' F! E rV
dyspepsia rr.netipatioii i
maintenance of "the best traditions of biliousness, and malaria, fever and ague. Draidwood.. i
the British army." There is not much Sept. 27, 1899. ,

,z t doubt that the Boer account is correct. Hocks the Cause.! .. "V ? rr't. I!

It is by no means boastful.It & l..onr-hFn.l\JlIy troubles eh? What rock did : //t., 'r't.- V

t is believed that the war office I Shore-.wastlttholabsence I V .
of 'rocks' that
K. has further dispatches which it is caused the split. I Keeps ((1.(' .. i ii .

withholding. Great anxiety has been ,

removed by: the announcement that Beauty Is Blood Deep. V
t Lord Dundonald's cavalry forces ClP .n blood means a clan skin. No Thirty ) u ) V ....
isolatedamong beauty' without it. Cnsenrets,Candy Cathartic -
which it was feared -
were clean your blood and keep it clean, by. i
r the hills in the neighborhood stirring up the lazy liand driving all impurities ,_ _?
of Acton Homes from the to Ayer's Hair Vigor is certainly -
are safe on the south body. Begin to-day
bank of the Tugela river. For days banish imj.lcs! hoik, blotches, blackhea'ls, the most economical .I.Ir
and that sickly" bilious complexion by taking preparation
nothing had been heard from Lord Cnsearets,-beauty for ten cents. AU druggists of its kind on the market.A ".

Dnnolald and'his mounted brigade.The tatisfactiou guaranteed, lOc, 25c, 50o- ; ...
little of it i
London military critics ha'eghen goes a long way. I

up hope of saving Ladyxmith, The A Query. And then, what you don't need i iI I I -:,
goat eats tomato cans, and !such, I i J
which is short of food
To the amusement of min; now can use some other t
and ammunition. The garrison went But what can tickle a man's palate so much you
As an oyster can? time as well.
r on short rations December 2d. pst ,4.A'r'c
The Morning Leader asks: Pt7TIUJI FADII.E88- --Dw:- -produces' the It doesn't take much of it to '

"Will Lady: smith fall inconsequenceof fastest and brightest colors of any known dyestuff stop falling of the hair, restore !
Buller's retirement or in consequence : Bold by all diuggUU.
----- color hair
to cure ,
of another night attack by the gray ,
victorious Boers? Milts Mnffet Again. and keep the hair: soft and glossy. I ,
Little Miss Mullet, her fa-e she did puff it, '. ,1
"The city: has already held out its With powder both red and grey There's a great: deal of good andan a. -. I ,

full time. Its last communication When a bold man espied her and Batjlown. I \I ..
immense of satisfaction
beside her amount -
the :
across Tugela otherwise than by }
And kissed all her !I'
I powder away
electric November in bottle of it. I -
or sun flashing was on every ;

i '_ 2d, last. It waa then believed tohave Kdncato Your I5ow Ti With Ca. "reh. SI.M a bottle.! All 'rantm. 1
1 enough provisions and ammuni- Candy Cathartic, curs constipation forever 1
... He.S5c. If C.C. C.fall,druggltttrefund money.
tion for three months. The three ..t 0
< Write the Doctor t .!- ?
r months are up. Direct Testimony .
"There has been no chance during "Is that your offspring, ma.damT" asked the If yon do not obtain all the benefits you i ...
J Missouri. iudse.'Naw desire from the use of the Vigor, write I
f\\' these monthi to throw into the city a ," replied the elderly female "he's m-j the .Doctorabout it. Address : i ,. : ;
;.1 pound of food or a pound of cordite." oldest young'un." Dr. J. C. ATEB Lowell,HUB. : ..

"\ It is frankly ackno I f&ed that the VITALITY low. debilitated orexhaustedcurel .V.V .

;- .' most serions effort,of tnepreeent war by Dr. Kline's Invigorating Tonic. FInK $1 I ,
trial bottle for 2weekV treatment. Dr. Kline, ,. I
j,\ ,-.1 has dismally: failed. IA.,931 Arch 1'hlladelpha.: Founded lOlL "COlTONCulture"
There is no sign of a wish on the -

part of the leaders of public opinion As lie Saw It. .
Tl"l\cher-"Johnny, you de 3no the first
to disguise the ugly facts, but, on the person." ti f J:
contrary, there is every: disposition to Johnny-"Adam.-Brooklyn Life. is the name

face the full difficulties and discoverthe .
810O Reward. S1OO.
best In short the of valu-
way policy The readers of this paper will be plea-e.)to a
voiced everywhere is the gathering up learn that there ia Jit least one dreaded disease 1
that science has been abl to cnra in all ,
of forces for effective blows.
more its stage! ,and that i I. Catarrh. I?&U'II Catarrh able illustrated r.r r
,, All hopes of the speedy: relief of: Cure Is the only positive cur known to the ,
Vt have been abandoned and medical fraternity. Catarrh beimir a constitutional -
7 disease!' require a constitutional pamphlet I
i 8 the consensus of expert opinion urges treatment. Hsll's Catarrh Cure taken luterntlly 1
,acting! directly on the blood and mucous
the immediate shifting of the theaterof i ia ia
? surfaces of the system thereby destroying which shouldbe
war from the rocky kopjet of Natalto the foundation ot the diaeaee and giving ,
the- veldt of the Free State. the patient strength by building up the constitution '
open and assisting nature in doing its '
One thing certain-another long work. The proprietors hare so much faith inltsturativepowers in the hands ;

is inevitable unless the Boers as- thn.tthf'Y offer One Hun- ,
pause i'\
dred Dollar for any case that it fails to cure.
sume the offensive, because, in the Send for list of leotimonml Address of planter who
event of General Buller farther at- Sold P. J. CHRXHT & Co Toledo, O. every MILLIONS OF WOMEN USE CUTICURA SOAP exclusively J
by DniKBists.; 7'xs.
tempting to reach Ladysmitb, the Hall's Family Fills are the best. The -
: raises Cotton. for preserving, purifying, and beautifying tho skin, for : 1
planning of a new move will necessarily The "Golden Rulo" wou'd not be much but '
occupy time. for the life of the Uoldeu Lite on It. book is sent FREE.Send cleansing tho scalp"of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and tho

The afternoon newspapers are draw- now Are Tour IUdae)'. I stopping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and

ing parallel attention between to:the the federal closeness attack of the on pie. Dr.free UO Add.bs'Sparaeus Sterling Pills Itemed cnr?Co.all,kidney Chicago 111 or*.San N.Y. name and address to healing red, rough, and sore hands, in tho form of baths "r

General Lee at Fredericksburg and It Is not the man who does the most talkingwho GERMAN KALI WORKS, for annoying irritations, inflammations, .J<1 chatiugs, or f.;. ,:
the operations on tho Tugela. is tho most talked about. Nassau St., New York.fATERS l
upper 93
too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of rustles; '. ,
Curiously enough there is visible, Mrs. Wln61<,w's Soothing Syrup for children
especially in military circles, an undercurrent teething, softens the gums, reduces Inflammation K for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative antiseptic J'+
allays pain, cures wlud coU -:;c. a bottle.
'I of relief at the news that which readily themselves tomen and r
is made to give satisfactionand purposes suggest :
t" south of the Piso's Cure for Consumption has no equalas
; the British are safely it does. Have used it?
I a Cough medic'nl'-Io' M. ABBOTT 3:;3: eu- you especially mothers and for all the purposeof the toilet
., Tugela for the rumors of Saturday I ---
eca St.. UuflAlo. X. Y.. May 9. l'3Jl. --- -- -

: had conjured up visions of an immense 1!!?' 9 O0H8HQCaI bath, and nursery. No amount of per:- t:1.lon) can induco 3 J\:
The pardon of tin is not perfect without: the
;: f catastrophe. I It power over bin. FOR 14 CEEBTSwewiahtottaiathiereerxYldO : : .J i
used it
: those who have once to use :any other, espedaily: : '.
: i ]
". I To Cure Constipation Korever.lOc p s 1 neKCUetamer.sndhence Pktr. Uity Garden Beet, .offer ItcIPkz =1 for preserving and purifying tho skin, scalp, and hair of r: "
General Bailer's operation has cost Take C'as<-arets( andy Cathartic. or 210.If o
Kari'nt EmrraldC'ncnmb: rI&c
l:. C. C. tail to cure, druggists money. "/ Mark.t Lettuce,l cI. I I \
: 912 men so far officially: reported : 1. Htnwberry LaCroeie Melon, ito infants and children. CUTICURA SOAP combines delicato .

,' within ten days.Applying : The kings of finance have no greater power .l 1 11 oar Ihdi.h, lOe I ;i '
4 emollient derived from CUTICURA the ,
than the humblest toiler with the Kin::of Ulory. e 1 Early Ripe t'anbage, loc i properties great )
to the 205 Spion Kop casualties I Earl: tunnel Onmn, 10o
1i.. just reported the rule of pro- : ----- I I Worth" BdlhantFlower f I.OO, for 14*Seed aU. fl.1111 Ito skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and tho : .. ";

portion, the losses of officers indicate' "DI:9UII'5' I g AboTBlO TkciVorth: tLOO.wewiil most refreshing of flower odors. Ko other medicated or '
The total : mlUl you free, together! with our I I ISALIEJ
500 casualties to come.
:yet CI great Catalogtelhng; HllilOa all about toilet ever compounded is to be compared with it ...1 F;
casualties of tho war, compiled from Cures all Throat and Lung AWectfons.COUGH S : COLLAR POTATOnnoaricriptofthinotice A14e.i soap ;

,,;:V official reports are 9,523, nearly a SYRUP i _" iknowwhenjoo mpH. ReInvite once your try Salzer'B trade.aDd I for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, scalp, w f:}
t. division. Of these 2,486 are killed, I -- "I'dtl you will never do withoet. '. "'
the genuine. Refuse i.i w> .all" 1'rizo.oo Salzu'l .IIUO-Tar. I hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap, i .;
4.811 wounded and the rest are prison-
HrllMt1'oIDsto Giant on earth k- i
,4 l" us.I IS SURE:/ I lORI M A. IIUUK segnto.OCiWCtla0la0 1, LA tBOSSK.: WIS.00* (i however expensive, is to be compared with it for all tho j

The aggregate British home troopsin rH..B.rr,1'ilrtareDyrprfria. 71.iafaoJorDON'T $& -000'91oC19t3- --- purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines V \
I South Africa number 116,000 the NEW DISCOVERY;rl...-
Katalians 7,158 and Cape Colonfals STOP TOBACCO SUDDENLY rule D R. Bokofteeumomal.andlndays'0 P S Y quick iVief and cure tieatmentFree. wont in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE, viz., TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, :s 5

21000. Lr. II. E. OKEEM'B eOSB. Box )I. Atlaata. 6a the skin and the and
.. f1tJUI'e4 nen'OUA system to do oo. B>1 roCVHOl.tlteonly BEST complexion soap, BEST toilet 1'
During the trial in London Mondayof core th.t REALLY CURES '
a news vender for crying false news and notifies yi u wben to f.tuP.,1 t with a Mention this pap.ffnteritfnptoadvertisers.ANS BEST baby soap in the world. 'f;
E.uar""tee hut three bcxxx will eui a any cai> '.
-he had shouted, "Horrible British tlICO.CURO 'I. vtrpetsbleund 'Balrs8. It COMPLETE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL TREATMENT FOR EVERY HUMOR S1.25, '. '
Slanghter"--an impertinent bystander has l ureol thou R, ds It will consisting of CcTircHA SOAP (25e.),to cleanse the skin of cra te and scales and soften the ,A A
Cultvim.. AI ml drultltl.t.c or by mail >aid. u.
pr-t thickened cuticleCCTiCtlaA01s-ruaNvSoc.t> Instantly allar Itching.Inflammation! ,and i\
tUit S MhtKr. AU ELSE AILS. .
on hearing the prisoner sentenced IImboi:3b.ixsS5l.: Booklet fre Write .
Beet Couch brrup. Taste Goid. toe Irritation and soothe and heal and CUTICURA RESOLVEST (50c.: ),to cool and cleanse tho
to seven days: in jail said: "Why: cot EUREKA CHEMiCA C. 0., La Ui.>sf.Vb.. In dma Si 14 by drngrletsA blood. A SIsaLS SET Is often unfflclent to cure the most torturing disfiguring skin,scalp, i
and blood humors with loss of hair, when all else falls. Sold throughout the world. POT-
bring the war office into court. It Eoreey atOlded,:ethl Thompson' Eye Water s sxzDare.& uCsLM.CossoleProps.Boston. "All about Skin,Scalpandfalr.tr...

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Administration at Sea Regarding
brt't think you can go on draataq ?l .
Claims of Catholic Church. IN COURTYARDOne Wifj from the blood for i nervts.r.: .i}!

musdes _... 'i", :""
In New Possessions.A bratand ztniAthing & la '.
t -
Fifteen Hundred Dead Left On Battle Field Washington dispatch says: Pres- t* replace it. Hood's: Sarsay w *xwie.*,,:>_ '

ident McKinley has determined to gives nerve,menial and digestive sfreyflb:- '

., About Spion Kop. leave to the new.Philippines commission Thousand Armed Men Gather by enriching and vitalizing the tiood. .nai: :'z.i't'.r; ;- "

it helps overworked and tired '
feopte.Alack .-
( .: the question of the disposition of
at Frankfort
a. IS BACK r horses were left under the first terracesof the church property in the archipelago. ..JaIlJai
'. rocks. The commission will consult with the _-. ....-..<.:.o..,-.,
r Scaling the steep hill the Boers municipal officials relative to the action ; ...
found that the British had improved to be taken and the status of the THEY INSIST ON THEIR FIGHTS

: Intrepid Burghers Could Not Be the opportunity and intrenched heavi friars who remain in the islands will .Alas ,
. : ly. Between the lines of trenches was also be determined.At You may kick! and you may cuff'
4 Stopped By the Storm of The dudAlrt if you will.
:I an open veldt, which had to be rushed the same time the administrationwill Resolutions to Be Presented to But the odor of the cigarette
British Bullets. under a heavy fire not only from rifles, have to decide what shall be done Clings round about him stUL
L .., but from lyddite and shrapnel from with church property in the island of Both Houses of LegislatureAre
. field guns. Three forces ascended the Porto Rico and the claims ef the Adopted.A )Free Blood Cure.

: A London dispatch under date of three spurs, co-ordinately under cover Catholic clergy, both there and in the Have you Eating, Bleeding bores,Ulcers, i

Sunday says: General Bailer reports of fire from the Free State Krupps, Philippines, for the continuation of I Scrofula Cancer, ;czema,Itching Skin Humor 3 -

f'--t that Warren's troops have retreated a Creusot and a big Maxim the support they received from the special train over the Lottsville ?, Bolls, Rheumatism etc? Are yon "

? / south of the Tugela river. The Boers The English tried to rush the Boers government of Spain, and which, the and Nashville railroad bearing more tired of doctoring and taking Patent Meth'r
with the bayonet, but their infantrywent clergy assert, is guaranteed them by cines? Then try B. B. B.BotanieBlood
: Winchesters,
that the British loss is 1,500 kill- than 1,000 men, carrying
say down before the Boer rifle fire the treaty of Paris. I Balm) made especially for theee deep seated
,. ed. It is believed that this includesthe as before a scythe. These questions are embarrassing toI I arrived in Frankfort, Ky., at 8:30 Blood Diseases. f 1 per bottle at druggists.

wounded. The Boers also claim The Boer investing party advanced the administration, especially) as theyare o'clock Thursday morning. The men Trial bottle sent free. Write for It to ,

i that 150 of the English troops surrendered step by step until 2 o'clock in the afternoon raised on the eve of the presidential hailed from the counties of Bell, Allen Blood Balm Co., Mitchell. St.,Atlanta, Ga.
e when a white flag went up and campaign, and there is no desireon Knox, Harlan, Whitley, Metcalfe and ---- '
Spion kop. Brakeman with Brains.
150 men in the front trenches surrendered the part of the officials to take any.; Edtnondson. *>-
: s General Bailer farther states that being sent as prisoners to the action which might be offensive! to the The men left the coaches in front of Some time ago a brakeman on thi

Spion Kop was abandoned on account head laager. Catholic voters of the country. the Louisville and Nashville station Baltimore and Ohio Railroad used hIt

_. of lack of water, inability to bring The Boer advance continued on the While no formal claims have as yet and forming into companies marchedto brains and saved a passenger train

artillery there and the heaTy Boer two kopjes east of Spion kop. Many been preferred by representatives of the statehouse, where their arms from running Into two derailed cars. .f "'f
Boers were shot, but so numerous the Catholic church for restoration to were stacked promiscuously and the The company sent him a check for $50 ,
fire. General Bailer list of
gives no were the burghers that the gaps filled the church of certain public buildingsand men scattered about the buildings. and posted a bulletin complimenting

I casualties. His whole force withdrew automatically. Toward twilight they lands in Porto Rico, General Davis Lunch was served to them at the rear I hIm for his quickness of thou ht. A <

south of the Tugela river with the evident reached the summit of the second understands that it is the intentionto of the statehouse. Most of the visitorswore few days later Engineer John Hag-

4 intention of reaching Ladysmith kopje, but did rot get further. claim ownership to several valuable badges of white ribbon adorned gcrty was oiling his engine at Con-
by another route. Following is the The British Maxims belched flame, structures in San Juan and to ask for with a picture of Governor Taylor. nellsville while waiting for the pas-
text of General Buller's dispatchdated bat a wall cf fire from the Mausers the surrender of the property. These Shortly after their arrival the visitors sengers to leave the train. He heard

Spearman's camp, Saturday, January27th heM the English back Their center edifices, it is asserted, belonged originally : gathered in front of the main state another train coming and believed that r ,
6:10 m. under this pressure gradually gave to certain religious orders but of State
p. building, where ex-Secretary It was not under proper control. He .
"On January 20th Warren drove way aud broke, abandoning the posi- were taken possession of by Spain, Finley addressed them, afterwards introducing sprang into his cab, opened the throttle -

.. ;-- back the enemy and obtained possession tion. held as public property, and finally Stephen Sharp, of Lexington and started his train. The other engine -
t of the southern crests of the high Tiring continued for some time and transferred as such to the United former judge of Fayette county, struck the rear car but it was
tableland extending from the line of the Fusiliers and the Light Horse States. and treasurer of state by appointment.
not hard blow and Haggerty'a
.. ,,.,.' Acton Homes and Hongers poort to serving as infantry, threw up thier Judge Sharp spoke briefly and put saved ten dozen lives.
or a
,i:' the western Ladysmith hills. From arms and rushed out of the trenches. : SMITH GETS LIFE SENTENCE. himself at the service of the men. A The promptness has ordered a handsome

then to January 25th> he remained in field The number British dead left on the battl&- ? committee was appointed and the following gold company watch, suitably inscribed, and a 't
close contact with tho 1,500.
enemy. resolutions to be to
"The enemy held a strong positionon The effect of the abandonement of He: Threw Vitriol In Mrs. Hil- the presented gold chain for Engineer: Haggerty, aa ,
legislature were adopted: I
his devotion to duty and
a range of small kopjes stretchingfrom Spion kjp by the English can hardly liard's Face, flaking Her "We Kentuckians here assembledin a
in time of
northwest to southeast be gauged as: yet, but it must toby "using his brains" emer-
acres.; prove
,-. Blind For Life. token of all the 'free and equal'
1 immense.GOVERNMENT. gency.
the plateau from Aeon Homes, Kentucky, do reassert 'the great
through Spion kop to the left bank of CRITICISED. j I In the Bibb county superior court and essential principles,' proclaimedin ------

the Tugela. J All the editorials in London papers ( at Macon;Ga., Monday afternoon, W. the bill of rights, not as derived to THE NERVES OF WOMEN .
"The actual position held was per- D. Smilli was'found of therefrom but 'inherent.'
of Sunday morning breathed the calmof guilty throwing us as
I Lydia E. FlnUuuu. Vegetable Compound
perfectly tenable, but did not lend itself -
determination. No one will allow'. vitriol fit tho face of Mrs. Hilliard and "Our property we may alienate from Believes the Suffering from Overwrought -
to an advance, as tho southern I and children but
that one reverse could deter the I our our NII"N.
coun- scntancod o"a. life term in the peni- .
slopes that Warren
were so
from the it : liberty ;s a heritage in us in trust for
try object set itself to I DEAR MBS. PCHKHAM :-I am so
could not get effective artillery posi- tentiary.The
I attain, whatever the sacrifices which i all generations, and we may neither grateful for the benefit derived from
eition, and water supply was a diffi- inay be involved. ,I court was called to order Mont surrender nor encumber it. We de- the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-

culty. Very frank criticisms of the govern- i t t day morning by Judge Felton, who, clare again the prerogative right of' table Compound that I wish yon to ': .
"On January 23d I assented to his I j I after going through with the prelim- 'freely communicating our thoughts :
ment, however, is beginning to bo! I'! ; publish this testimonial that others
attacking Spion kop, a large hill, indeed inaries of the ;
heard even in quarters that have hitherto opening, gave way to and opinions' and assemble together may know the value of yeur medicine. 1"
a mountain, which was evidently refrained. Tho rally Mail bodily I Judge Tnhn S. Candler, who was called in peaceful manner for our common I was suffering such tortwes from
I the key to the position, but was far I to Macon to number of in :'J
try a fellowmenof
cases the of
throws all the blame upon Sir Michael i I IIrickeBe&b good arjd! good our nervous prostration that OJ
more accessible from the north than I r which
t 1 Lord Lansdowne and jl'j Judge Felton was disqualified. Kentucky. More especially do we life was a burden. I could
or from the Fouth. Lord Wolt-Aley- j i Bel ore the hour of opening the declare our right and authority, con- r' not sleep at all and
., "On the night of January 23d he !j! court room began to fill with specta- ferred on us by Almighty Power, and was too weak to

attacked Spion kop, but found it very tors, :.nd by the time the judge rap- not otherwise, of appealing to those walk across the floor
difficult to hold, as its perimeter was DADY TURNED DOWN. ped for order nearly every seat on the invested with the power of governmentby without aid. The
too large rind water, which he had first floor was occupied. either petition or remonstrance, disease hadreached

!'.. extraordinary Judge Speer Refuses Injunction; I After the selection of a jury Mrs. and we represent them, cur brethrenof a
\ Hilliard was the first to take the stand. Kentucky, our agents in the legis- conditionwhere
'- ax: very deficient Sought Against Georgia and I She began by telling the whole story lature, convened, that the govern- my heart was '-

:! "The crests! were held all that day Alabama Road.At I I of the occurrence from the time Smith ment of Kentucky is founded on our Affected by it,so that .' .
against- the---- severe attacks -and-- -ft hA"VV---' entered the house until he made his and instituted for
." :: 'iii authority our peace, often I could not lie ,
, (1 t .. she] Oar men fought with great Macon, Ga., Saturday, Judge dastardly assault. He saw her in the safety' and happiness and the protection down at all without i .

, j gallantry. I would especially mention Speer, in the case of Dady against the hall as ho came up the steps of the of property-our own and theirsas almost suffocating. ,;.:.'!. >

)' the conduct of the Second Catueroni- Georgia and Alabama railway, refused I Gray house, and calling her to the door well as that of the stranger within I took Lydia E. >J .
)P and the Third Rifer who I '
ans King's I engnged her in conversation
\ the injunction Fought to prevent the concerning our gates. Pinkham's Vegetable :: ;
: supported the attackon the mountains i his wife. He asked where Mrs. "We petition them, our proxies in Compound .!
1. from the steepest side and, in each 1 I consolidation of the Scabonr Air-Line :: iInith'IU Btpyiug; that he wanted to the general assembly, to heed that and it worked like mafia. I feel that
I ... (case, fought their way to the top, and system. He referred to tho fact that :.ucak to her Mrs. Hilliard told him there is peril hovering over all those your medicine has been of inestimable ;

'1' the Second Lancashire Fusilliers! and causes substantially similar -rere pend- '. t his wi'o did not wish to see him things so dear to us and them, and that benefit to me."-MIM Acsxx WILLIAMSON '
Second Middlesex, who magnificently !: "d had threatened to lock herself and wisdom N. Boulevard Atlanta Ga. 0 ,
jug in the federal jurisdicc: .. of Virginia up calmness and prudence 193 =
maintained the best traditions of theBrithli :: a room if he insisted. The invoked in order that truth ; ';
and North Garolina, holding that i conver- need be Thin 51 ... and Nervous -
1 army throughout the trying the court which first took cognizance: -lien was continued to some length and justice may prevail; and we exer- DIAK MRS. PIKKHAM :-1 was thin,

fi day of January 24th, and Thorncroft'af the case should carry it to its tcrrrn- i. vuan. Mrs. Hilliard stooped down to cise our right of 'remonstrance'against and nervous. I had not had jtisallow :-
", mounted infantry who fought throughthe 'ea to the servant, who was standig their suffering themselves to be led for and half. -,
I my menses ever year a
day squally well along slue cfth.m. tion.He farther held' that only a majority; I : bait concealed behind the balus- into the temptation of partisan pride Doctored with' several physicians in .

vote of stockholders wa leslllry for I i'>rs oa the front porch. Just as she in the crisis which is on us. We be- town and one socialist, bat Aid not
General Wood gate, who was in command Ruth consolidation in Georgia cud mat raiseup Smith drew a bottle from seech them to remember that their get any better I finally decided to i

1 at the summit, having been !1 I it was not properly maintainable, il-at! l his pocket, and drawing the stopper own just powers were loaned them by try your medicine, and wrote to you. '
wounded, the officer who succeeded i| because the defendants, John SkelU/u! i i cut 'lashed the contents in her eyes. us at the polls and that among these After I had token three bottles of

Vl'h Hui tare to:abandon ideJ on the night of Jfl!::inry I j! William1, occupied the position of u j Dr. C. H. Peete could not say positive was the jurisdiction to decide judiciallyand Lydia E. Plnkh&m's Vegetable: Compound t

the position nc did j Eosuber of the voting trust, prepidf"! :] ;y whether the wound had-been by due process of law and not and three of Blood Purifier, my ; :r
so before dawn Jauu >y 2r ih. !| of th? r'Por"''ia and Alabama and -' 1 ;Inflicte'l with an acid or an alkali, the otherwise what was then our expressedwill menses returned, u4 I feel aa well

11-j I I I the Florida Central itrul Peninsular, j effects would( have been very much the not their present political pre- and strong as I ever did, and am gaining
HEADQUARTERS. I j that the merger: rr consolidation!| san-v, both resulting in fatal injury, ference. h."-MIM LZJTA O..DiES,Visalia, ,
TL' following was sent out from ; broi'ght about through his inntru' en- i! as ilrs.: Hilliard was totally blind and "We implore them that they do t'ular. Co., Cal.

Boer 'i..au jnarters, Modder Sprnit, j i tality should be enjo '.t.'d. i| would! bo RO fcr life. not on slight or technical pretexts nor

::.. :.,- date of Thurn aj, Jan. 2.;: ;I .\n interesting part of the deci;;'-on II I Arguments of attorneys were brief flimsy or trivial causes permit the subversion BRy.-NT 1' StKATTOX| {(BookkceplnfiirsIXUlaTlllo8h-rth n I: 1 is that which bears upon the conrp..ti- ; and Jui'go Candler'fl charge euccintly of tLat supreme law of the JjiCfcU ay. (Trkcraphy
Score i-jLt-m ou.,_ from the out- :,j i tive fhataeter of the two roads. TracI ;i Covered ery point of the case. The land, the will of the people. We beg *tkaa 24class, *oUoL C&tak>t:free

orcta frou two highest hill.f t;tc I I ing their general trend and calling ati i iury quicslv! rendered a verdict of of them that they receive from the

Spion kc;> ;:rraip rushed into the .'-::!- >: 'c_Lion to the fact that after I 1-av-j I eruUty. __ lands of our messengers and consider TAPEwbNs:
:- ger saying ti rt the Kop \\Ilost ana !j'rig Savannah they are in now"jb and do not spurn or despite- thlr, our
that the Kughsh had taken it Re-ea- i CASHIEB WAS SHORT I
: connected save through the earnest address, petition and remonstrance -
forcemeats were ordered up. buf noth-I diary of one or two shallow interme-I .. and that they by their con-
could be done for ;bert A. Jenklnr, f fchr report. LA., 1
sue which small oteamboj *3 ocv,oc\.3ion"ily j ,Arrected In l>xa.. siderate action protect, preserve and
1 hill bMiig i enveloped in !thick mist. "A anp. w.r.eiteeea feet lone as
ply and that interTcii?' he two lints t promote the tafety and welfare and,
At dawn the and : | Robert A. Jenkins, who was cashierof lest acne OB Ue fuses after sev taking two
.. Heidelberg Carohna ate powe f nl: crmpet he systems he tho Texas and Pacific Railroad com- above all, the honor of Kentucky committed CASCAXETS. Thta 1 as *ur.. teg caused my
contingents, unpplemeute.i from boa l.aitJt fee tba peat tsr.a ,..1'1I.. I am still \
other ndoe. the says: "It1 not dit cult to perceivethat pany at Shreveport, was arrested in to their keeping. Uklac Ouc&r .. UK* only ctUiartic worthy of
coma: began assent
the .f "CniRLFS FInn, noUo by eclblo proplu ,
c atempl&t! system the San Francisco Monday and taken backto
of the hill. Three spu> s, ;precipitious Seaboard Air-Line instec" of tendingto "TnouAsW. BBJIBT, Gao. w, BOWL, Baird, Mass.
Louisiana the of
on charge appro-
projections, faced the Boer positions.Up "
defeat competition must invariably 1. W. KAZOB,
priating the his
32,200 belonging em- CANDY
these the advance mac
was o. The "
,I tend to preserve it. ployers. "CLAUD': *. CATHARTIC


Senate Cominltt Decides Tlii.t Island Transvaal Agent Declares the En4' of Hoi { H
tilltle It Not In Sight. Effort to Prevent liallroiul Coni lldatlon Convicted Kx-Coanty: School Coraml- 1 L f0utll RlSta7rtRCpa
Shall Be So Known. The Deutsche Teges Zaitung (Ber- Before Court. loner Will Serve a Term. ,.

The senate committee on Porto Rico lin) publishes an interview with Dr. Complainant's counsel in the case of "W. }1. Bridges, who was convictedof I ... ... ePra
has decided so far as it can decide which Dady vs. the Georgia and Alaoam appropriating 5475.15 of the I -'",
Leyds represents him as hav I <: 'ant. P.lrtabL P,
that the island shall be known Por. ng and the Florida Central and Peninsular school fands of Good. (acnt. Twte 3cod. Po
as said: "The war will certainly last avery I Floyd county, Ga., Never 5lecan.tCcaleif.Or Grip ICc. Sac.foeHrrl. .
to Rico and< not as Puerto Rico, ea long time. The Transvaal. will Railroad to prevent consolidation I when he was school commissioner, and ... CURS CTJNSTIPA f.f. ...
fixed by arlde&it executive order. Ata decidedly not be the first to seek before the United States court at Ma- sentenced to five years' imprisonment t..rP.oc 9..Mr c"'Jlr, .Joa..re.-* .Sew Tart. SO

meetingjot :iqmmittee; Saturdayin peace, and will refuse any proposals con, Ga., Thursday morning offered in the penitentiary by the superior :RVi".J.t'I' "N'.IDI". ti, S'.ld.ono"trk5'rnbaern all drug.t
connection with the Foraker bill, on the basis of the status testimony in response to defendant'sanswers court of that county, which decision '!>* Habit.
providing a form of government for previously made. was affirmed by the supreme court,
the island,- ,d>pelj.ing J .gfxttq name Roland Heed Recovering. Duchess Uead. will surrender himself to the officers TN Mr d f tlf

was unanunon yrd Gided'po.t. Roland Reed, the actor, who has Dowager and serve the sentence imposed by the Host talt.dotpotawonearthOar ."
The cortidt epnt ri th ;#,ijJn: been ill in St. Luke's hospital in New The Dowager Duchess of Schleswig- courts. Cktmlqc. trlln-no a.Mo boot Salat -

detail, deciding. upon-'tas ny1'jCHtuxjg e*' .York for several weeks, is reported to Holfttein, mother of Empress Augusta Bridges is under a $4,000 bond, largest Tamest tarm Biz aid WMK res etb1e Potato seed 1'
in phraseold: }.1' itnd&inbalterat! : \' nain.'I :ba resting easily. His physicians say Victoria, who had been suffering from signed by the brothers of his wife CTOwortln a bbL WadthAte.dceandSc.U.R rotito**.$1.20*adnp ..Y+. -p

the generalprovision of the measure. he is on the road to recovery. pleurisy, died in Dresden, Germany, and has been in business in a small tine W AID Ctettlo*.

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Ouval County Jurv Disagrees on Charged With Assault With Intent Newsy Gossip From that Thriving
I). M. Gorntq, Esq. made a professional -' I Hewitt Case. to Murder.A Town.By .

vist to Hampton Wed At i o'clock Monday afternoon I I difficulty occurred in the bar- Our Regular Correspondent.' I :

nesday. I the jury empanelled in Jacksonville room of C. M Sparkman & Co. Mrs. Dr. Anthony continues to I '. j

I t: Mrs. Struth- -of -Plant' -City, is'', for the 'trial of Moss, Dick and last Saturday afternoon that came i improve steadily, and her friends !

uniting her mother, Mrs. Lex i Lum Hewitt, charged with the| near resulting fatally to J. L hope to see her out again soon. I f.i f.

Andrews, of this place. murder of J. T. Johnson, in this !!!f Wynn He and Ben Kite, Jr., Mr. Stokes and family, who \ ..

county on the 29th day of May !!| had had some words, but the dispute spent several days here as guestsof .i1j

Mrs. Wm. Andrews returned 1898, reported a disagreement and !i j i was thought to be at an end O. P. Love, left for Savannah 001 ,

Tuesday from Jacksonville, where was ,discharged. The jury had when Kite, without warning so Monday morning. J
she has been visiting relatives. been closeted for three days and I" eye-witnesses say, threw a brickbat Robert and Joe Kelley of New .

L'. A. L. Wolfe the I I nights, the case having been giveninto i i atVynn, striking him back of River, with the Misses Pinholster :-
popular young its hands about 2 o'clock last the right ear He was knocked and Johns, were callers upon their
t : boox-keeper for W. P. Lee, the Friday afternoon. It is under- down by the blow, but soon recovered friends in Lake Butler Saturday. }

Hampton cross-tie manufacturer, stood-that nine members of the and walked to the office of Elder Daugherty, of the Christ :
The Time Comes
,, was in town Tuesday.- .-- jury favored conviction, while three Dr. Wills where the lump raised ian church, held services Sunday -, ,."

There was a mistrial in the held out tor acquittal.The by the blow was lanced and morning and night with his con to every elderly woman when an im'i"!\-..i 'y E

Hewitt case, but J. G Alvarez has case was set for re-trial on dressed. At Dr.ViIls' office gregation here. Mr. Daugherty portant This i; called functional"The change Change takes of Life.place." ; .t :';, .

been found guilty of selling goods February 13th and the prisonerswere Wynn had a fainting spell and was has received the call of the churchat The el1 re system undergoes change. \ a .

cheaper than ever heard of before. remanded the Duval coun- regarded as being in a critical this place and will occupy the Dreadful diseases such as cancer and I .1. : ; '
ty jail Judge Call announcing that condition for several hours. He pulpit every fourth Sunday. It consumption are often contracted at .. .
; The 5 per cent rebate plan adop he would hear argum nt of counselas has recovered, however and is will be remembered that Mr. this:: tune. f J:

i .;;: otl by J. G. Alvarez i is decidedlythe to bail for the defendants Tuesday now able to be up and around.: Daugherty was pastor of this MCELIlEES \\ 1EI

I ;;> most liberal offer over made by morning Messrs. J. E. Har- A warrant was sworn out Monday church several years ago, and the I 1 ::

a merchant of Starke. Call ,and tndge and J T. Wil.s appeared i. for Ben Kite and his brother, people are fortunate to secure suchan I Wine ofCardui 1. Gf"

.I .lit.; have it explained to you I Tuesday for the deft nce and asked I James Kite, charging the former able minister again. ,.,. I.,' 1..

that the defendants be admittedto with assault We are to lose the estimable .
For driving out dull bilious feel making an on Wynn sorry strengthens and purifies the entire
ings, strengthening the appetite bail. State's attorney A. G. with intent to murder and implicating family of J. L. West. Mr. system and brings the sufferer safely t, F '

and increasing the capacity of the Hartridge made a !strong argument the latter as accessary before West has secured a lucrative posi- over these pitfalls. Its effects have V:
opposing the granting of bond but the fact. It is claimed that tion with a phosphate company: been -wonderful. It is good for all \\ f.
r( body for work, Prickly Ash Bitters 1
menstrual troubles, but 1I
is a golden remedy Sold by atter hearing the arguments Judge James Kite incited Ben to strike Newberry, and th y kr{ Suns: ) I rteomtnendcd at this time.is especially Ask ..
: Starke Drug Co. Call granted the defendants bail in Wynn. They will be given a preliminary morning for their ;:;'wme.' I your druggist for the famous Wine of .f
the sum of $5,000 each. On the hearing by Justice G A Frank Andrews c Nc\ 'i : car.lui. $1.00 a bottle. t}

e t.. C. R. Ensey has gone on the motion for a continuance of the Gardiner next Monday morning. River, was in tv"I v ;a.-v. -"or advice ia cases requiring special v, 1i'"
road for N. Vorhees the -- -,- --- Mrs. L. A. D'.. serious directions address the "Ladies'Advisory .
again J. case Judge Call changed the date a .1 Department," The Chattanooga .
t H1", New York commission merchant, for a re-trial to March 6th. New River. attackrbut i1l(";": -.v days age ''I Medicine Co., Chattanooga, ; J

r f' and left Sunday for Gainesville to The! Times-Union Wednesday The farmers of our section are is ngw"a! i.\ .igaG; .. Tenn. .

'.' look after the lettuce shipments. speaking of the case said: busy planting oats and preparingtheir Wma-: .' a 'used his I saysMy THOMAS: slater J. COOPER suffered from Tupelo.. Miss -f" ;;
S "Much discussion was heard land for the early crops. The : school' at Vv. ...'ilt '') nowahome. \ painful menstruation and doctors could not
The man who was "born tired"should i relieve her. wine of Cardul entirely cured :
yesterday of the result of the trial, strawberries of our farmers are 5 Her and also helped my mother through the i.'" f
, t use Prickly Ash Bitters.It them future. i !Miss G* 0'( i Change of Life." I.
and some of the secrets of the jury giving a promising s i :1 .ho visited \
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room leaked out. It was openly' New River must have some at-, frier.'ls '-- last returned Nebo. i
vent to the energy and exuberanceof stated that Juryman Irwin was the traction, by the number of people 'to her '.ortK .,: Lakt. .'y Monday \\
<< spirits generated by functional The cold weather of late has
one who hung out to the last that are constantly moving in. At M i* If ;N activity in the system. Sold by '. (..:used the men to 'trl
against compromise, refusing present there is not a vacant house. Cit: -> } ..' 1cce 'iy taught young stay
; Starke Drug Co. any = home and leave the girls in the
to._ agree: with._ un his..._; associates: ; ; .. here. L ,, t: :-. inty two years
t Mrs. Brinker, niece of J. M "A story was heard on the The people are needingrain t.- ,lr. t: Lll.. ': ,c'. : .d, as is were. This won't do. '
There has been i 1 :,'.' ... to-'s. The girls are dear and
much. not .
i '- Brownlee, and Mrs. Roane, sister streets and the courtroom yesterday very .' f ."'
of Mrs J L. Brownlee, fromVest to the effect that a druggist, a rain hard enough to tborbnghiywet ,'. .....: icy no\v "'-1 J. T. mackintoshes: are cheap

: ;: Point, Miss., arrived Wednesday who is now located in the city, had the ground in five moth,. V-j--I: c., br:: : ".'d I um- I Airs. Stephen Brown is very sick };

i and are domiciled at the Brownlee been using some influence with the It is said that this has C'ifth ilcr '... teas .'. 2d his but her many friends hope to see i iI j

.- : ; residence for the enjoyment of a jury, it being said that he remarked driest winter for several ye. l i firiv. :-,cati,:;:. I h-'r out again soon. t

'I. visit to relatives, and the luxury publicly that if the Hewitt boys A good many of our you, oik I ''-:, ''jf mail res, in John Rogers, of Johns Station, ." :;J;{
attended church at the Aows L. Davis mak- ;'a was here last week on busi- ,
of Florida climate. were convicted he would lose $400: CO' I
j' school house Sunday. in r. lour of im ness. I
owing to him by them } j : iga--
.i You risk when ._ ; I The term at the Midway school,
assume no vou I Miss Omie Adkins clo!!. her jtici/ :ailroad fran ake

buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Marriage at Hagen. school on the 18th, and'iss' i Hiil. K It is __. .,:' v successfully taught by Miss .J'

and Diarrhoea Remedy. J. L. Mr. R A. Mole and Miss Flora Parrish will close her school o:. the pr..i; c will have a mail I l -.ra Sessions, closed Friday. The .

j Gaskins will refund your money if Douglass were married at the homeof 2nd ot February. rouii ., .-v railroad, v 'ich occasion! was marked by a well ar- ,;t

r you are not satisfied after using it. the bride's parents, Mr. and Z. Aukins and sister Miss tie :I \'m' : .- ; i* to shipper. .jL 5 I ranged: program of exercises and 'i""
-: It is everywhere admitted to be C. W. of week i. ; ti" schoolroom was tastefully -' t.
Douglass Hagen, spent a most pleasant lacrosse :i ingt '.i.:ting quotanonsl : 1
r.; the most successful remedy in use Wednesday evening, January 24th. visiting friends anc1 ,t- i, protrt_ ''\ decorated. The songs, recitationsand I it
I for bowel complaints! and the only Judge Ives of Lai-e City performed : t ves. I i -- dialogues were both interest- I ,'f;

: one that never fails. It is pleas I the interesting ceremony in the A. Z. and I. C. Adkins anOmie Hs.; i itr; : f'ampton. ing and amusing, and all present ;"Jr

: ant, safe and reliable. presence of fifty or more of the Adkins, leave on the .< 'n !! Mr. .\. !j.naH, of HighSparkman voted it the most successful com'j.

relatives and friends of the con February, to attend the'j i :1 .nd aid J. .. ; of mencement they had everattendedG. ;
..; Mr. and Mrs John K Tefft cf '
I A. Douglass, of Starkc, was
normal and business ," efl
tracting parties. : : iarrij; ): rig : : Sunday at I
1': Warwick, R. I are stopping at the i I. visiting in the Nebo neigborhood a .
in The bride was becomingly at- Their many friends regret it. : I! :;de h(' DC idc's mother, : il
1 New Commercial. They are tired in handsome dress of but wish them ii .' : few Jays( ago. '1
a cream them Mirers at the latteMonday +i b: unday.ti .
Horida for the winter and will --- l.l
i probably spend the greater part of'I' cashmere and the groom wore a their studies._. UNU i' TOM.: I.'I ,n t"wn Mr Bright's disease is more dreaded Iii

'I't the season in Starke Mr Tefft is becoming suit of biack. Volcanic-- u --Eruption- ,i: :\. A. Du -'ks; bussie i by physicians than any of the ser '

.I Warwick has After the ceremony a most (;{'i iger, wet 'C -irriage by I ious disorders with which they f1
at and a .
1 postmaster Are grand, but skin t."fUi : :. .. : .. .' s- ....
wedding wes -slice W. :
; who is serving the United sumptuous supper ( hnve to deal, because of its insidt :
rob life of BucKlen'] Arnica i
served to the joy. i ttoth {
Zanzibar. guests CO't.,. oils and malignant character. It
; States at '
as ri
Both the bride and groom are Salve' cures them also o -: '/rig: "'eat poj.ulacount1 l ;. peo;/'e of the I prompt action were taken when !i':

;1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Baglev, very popular and their marriagewas and fever sores, ulcers :.. -. .felons ;:t ,', and ? '... 'icle A friends j; ht-adaches, urinary disorders! digestive '': 1,

; of Fitchburg, Mass who are the most notable social event corns warts cuts 1; l' -s. I I willtib t1'e l .. iiapfess.; ; : troubles first appear much =: .V

: ; spending the winter in Florida, of the season at Hagen. Mr. Moleis burns scalds, chapped s." ::s, --- -- i suffering and sorrow would be /:

:\t' departed Wednesday for St one of the leading young schoo chilblai"S Best pile euro "i i I .: averted Prickly Ash Bitters will fi j.;
after short in teachers Of Colunbia earth Drives out pains and: ;'%:s. 8"\I-otors' k.f,'"
. 1Petersburg. a stay county, beingat y5Bi' ";ickly stop the spread of the disease (
will several of the school Only 25cts. a box. Cure r-Gran.: : : ...
Starke. spend
They principa' -
.". present iusaf i In:: ---. n' ; Miet the inflammation, heal ;
" y weeks at points in South Florida Winfield, where they will make I teed. Sold by J. L. G.ins. the kidneys and bladder, strengthen ;
wl *b iln diatr I
and then return to Starke for the their home. His bride is daughter druggist. pr' L : Om.c
s, t a I II ai d 1 regulate the liver, and ;
r. remainder of the season. of Mr and Mrs. C.V.. Doug I Notice. 0' i \',. ; arc at ly aceompan "'. ". ;i.on? and impurities out ,1

J. L. Gaskins guarantees lass and is esteemed and admiredby I In view of the fact that c'!. ,. i. ie-i l vv ig -". "' of tl-. : the system by cleansing :. :
every all who have shared her ac ., bowels Sold by Starke Drug "j}
bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough town professional enra -:n ;'oive'rc !
quaintance. :Sr.Lcb: rm : -: ,_... "t.>
r Remedy and will refund the money --- take up my time almost -- --- -- 1 :
to any one who is not satisfied after I Remarkable Rescue. I have placed my accounts : r --,' .'.- ;r X11 Yl -.)..I 4'h. > \i insolvency.It :

using two-thirds of the contents Mrs. Michael Curtain Plainfield, hands of J. E. Futch, att:-' : l"a.' gr ii ,'riving .- hV'S.. Carrie t.'F' "'1'" find W. Ellen t-'l.!
This is the best remedy in the work III makes the statement, that she aw, who will receipt pcr: '* I'.'.:-...admiriiMri.t'..e of the 4'et' rni1rr1 : ;
of; "' _; r "ch' r';m lI \ :" \'I.rl\tA-otRrarlf'rd CMH ":.; r' "I
for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup caught cod which settled on her debted to me. An early sett 'h' :!J' r.". l:>i\t'iilml in my .>fiu.. .t mtux': *.
with him is ."' ''.. ... ,. d.-..:. .'.!iiiiiht !h."t.h..n"yr.. 'wig ,.: tl.1i'| II.*. );.
and whooping cough and is pleas lungs; she was treated for a month urgently relu _.u. .... t :hrrefur. .. :..''.' af cl.!!.... i
ant and safe to take. It preventsany by her family physician, but grew Very respectfully, re ..,1.. ., ,1, alr.i.a', : .",.the .S<\w- ti. m' .."!;ri :;.0; I.
? '1 T:tli ; trf
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t tendency of a cold to result in worse. He told her she was a E. L. STE\VART, :?.i i :. F..rlll1.. ... ...,. On>i raid -e Jay :h t' nii1 ray. .. -.'t f
i .1I'r.. I .un.I.\ .J'-Ii-rrlbulmn thr"-;;-(. ofInly ;;':;.,
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j pneumonia. hopeless victim of consumption .1rl.: I V.r-I.. c.' I' .:i..n, fir Ft:... .. ..'n.. ;..r....... !l".I. ,
I and that no medicine a could cure .. I -1 '. .'t:.f'9aI '.-
j Mr S.V.. Brown, wife and l I Woman's Later Year a'-Ii. EE' .6' I \\itiifj ..rd soil, lit trK*. this ti, 'i"
her. Her druggist suggested Dr.Kmg's ..1'u-.."t. A. lVt'. '..
: daughter, of Corry, Pa. and Mrs. New for Con- .. Cure T. ,. : ''-tVa. J. K. Ill IIKI', Jri
Discovery .,
Bean of Buffalo, N. Y. : flt u.IWe il,
are .
guestsof -
sumption; she bought a bottle and which L- -- __- -' :-_- .;
Those $ -
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg, years f.f
to her found herself bene .
delight .
street. Mr. Brown is a in the change of liferare ,, : \ 1:*
on Cherry H' : < *
I fi d ; frt dose. She contin E. .NCFC( yOU : t l'
brother of Mrs. Sternburg, and T m trying; ones, often filled ii x\ .,-.fc -. >. ;.*" .
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ued its and after six" i '
use taking
weakness and .
I visited Starke about fourteen years !' bottles fuund herself sound and with pains/ I \Vc have ]t' M ".' H.ic; Ii. i (Fanc\' oilet i:: :,
I While he misses the orange nervous affections, I
:, ago.groves that were here on every well; now does her own house ending in some fatal malady or Articles, Dressing; : C. tare S''; ', China Ware >

I, hand at that time, he sees a greatimprovement work was.-Free, and is as trial well bottles as she of ever this insanity. Nothing will carrya Fine French Mi: ictue: ;'"ramcs. Call ;:)1
this ordeal
in the town, and woman through It-' :<;
thinks it is making splendid prog Great Discovery at J L. Gaskins and bring her out strong and and see them. J. -* upropriate.. for holIday ,1"

i ress. drug store Only 50 cents and well as does G. F. P. (Gerstle's gifts. ".W- ;;,..i4.A.- }

-- $i, every bottle guaranteed.Depot Female Panacea). Its tonic Ih: .-(PIn
If troubled with rheumatism properties enable the system to 'Perfumes ;' -
give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a to be Repaired. stand the shock of this great *. ,s
trial It will not cost you a centif The F. C. & P. depot here is to
i Don't forget that we have the largest most complete and : ;1
it does no good. One application be repaired and rem deled. The k: for Mven yr mitering from the i
will relieve the pain. It also ,. officials of the road recently inspected the Chanc doctor of Life.and *paid.tried out everything a contlderable um for get treatment from : finest line of Perfumes and Extracts ever displayed in r-'
without any Rood result. W. then began nUni
cures sprains and bruises in one- the property thoroughlyand 6. Y. P.and It did more Rood than all else we had ui-ed the town _
for six It U the greatest remedy for suffering '
third the time required by other in conference with the ownersof f.malea.r.r years.placed on the market. .
J. D. BO&DKV, Colmeinell TeLIlf
treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites, the propel ty extensive repairs ESTATE OF J. L. GASKINS, :. ,: '!.
U not tally eorered by our FREE
Tour case
quinsey pains in the side and were decided upon. The buildingwill "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES Dealer i in Drugs, Medicines. Drug Sundries and i.;' ?
chest, glandular and other swellings be made more convenient and I write In confidence for free advice to :
are quickly cured by applying comfortable for the patrons of the I DIE*HEALTH Ckatta..ga CLCB.e, Tw.l LGeratle.6C.. Fine Toilet I Articles.. Pre>cription fr;; !i

it. Every bottle warranteed. 25 nnd I PRICE f 1.00 A BOTTLE. '
If drama does not handle G.F.P. uk him to carefully compounded. ; ||:
and 50 cents. For sale by J. L. ; Contractor Wm Lake will begin end your for It, otherwise send us your order and I LOO and
ws will supply you direct expressage prepaid. J. HL COLSON M. D. Manager.
Gaskins. the work in a few days. L.. QERSTLE ft CO., Chattanooga,T nn.ie I ,..dtW'; I


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Death From Blood Poisoning.
LOCAL ; "YH.n !':ebd tbrbnTban: resident, r ; -
HAPPEIIINS.M Charles! the 15-year-old son of ,; j(
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and Mrs Andrew Sullivan of ':I"i
r. ,urti:' *tsa loW ci.i K 'nn.NViw I bare v
The count boards will be in Theressa.'di: .:,! Tharsdiv>rning. f<..r',,.l OTT itoi m> us.a T plan ia tojai :

41 Cession next Tuesday. February IS:. at : o'clock> of blood .It arni..,1 th. b'C-.* and protect :1
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A. Z Adkins of New River. On 'Monday. January 22, the ',V\;:, u I w. ut cut if!{'. it was with FORTHE ; I II

t. was in town \Wednesday young man was passing through apiece a h sricz M rt-vire tb- f:!"3--1lu of life ; .
-- :n a mcnrry braise, stets a* had mad 3 I '
of woods thickly covered by 'v1l I" ,
Dr. Nelson W. Francis has re 1 tip' Ocb-ui an happy. Cut my experi -
oaks when he felt some-
turned home from Ormond. .::cwere a* di-rcal a:' my anticipate
'thing sting him on the lip. Apparently !
bn Chik thieve
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tire and Mrs \\. P. Lee. of his blood was in bad: con aired my: h.-nl1f'r, ; niiTil tin last of m.1toi i 11'

s'' Hampton were in town WedResday. dition, and the poison from the e rorbin hirus tuui disappeared i .

sting soon affected his entire face. Ail in--; ..scicas frcir wa.pluna,-refrcra I'' ,
Gangrene set in a week after the j*orh tret* teas I hall watchw :

.. ; Mr. and Mrs. -\V Lake have sting had been: received, and he WITH: ;...ii,u: hair fry Tc-ars. Even. tbPL I!I :
;' 1 stated after :- tb.itrtd i::"'ria me ,iupos-l o: GOODs:1 1.at 1.
: r2 Walnut ved to street.the Jdson cottage: on died intense a: the sunering.Dr. time aoovc. e i-.ut'l r- w-r ...orrt-rnri'ttii'iy' seized, t.

erar< :b- fta'tot in<-af *:cn ire wizhoc: i
Ne sonV.. Francis of Starke, i.
tue t-arof tn* Lea before their eye*
- During the month just passed was called to the patient last Mon- N t"o t ctetett with. ee.iliac nine of cy ', .r

f : 153 persons registered at the New day. but gangrene had already set t liar r'-,,: acd f--rra prouder*. tile nigh: i I ffc .-..

s, CommerciaL in when he a' rived aid he could ni3ra*".(ltr* invaned my household Ict /, .
I1 do nothing further than administer aW'f-l i ', n-rnuit: to nay the afaf -

't \,ANTED-5o barrels SUP; '( medicines for the alleviation;: : of they Kc'>: -, tic:, pntuv .r::Gro: >biro, col

f :"' new bands, good syrup. Will pay nzan's sufferings. j! larr atd t"t:: in j- iiy watch. duo THEMOSTREASONABLE'PRICES= A
cash. T..R. Sweat. ura I ruc-ni-+,:Iar lat"n* as'i I'dchange ,

Tbe Situation in Kentucky. htrt piu<> with. tbra=t r! th* wear. *

W. F. Battey. of Lake Butler, 'j I The latest telegraphic advices : Tbu 1 pet in tu:":l3r a "llS.c1d slept :
W4 .;
in town with
was Wednesday looking : c'he"ye c-ptn.
received before the TELEGRAPH .
-4 after business interests. ; Jcit a5 1 bad UxT.nie rec cciled :and 1
t | goes to press report that Senator fef lu they icdso d I
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i \\ F Hobson the Lawtey merchant I j Goebel, who was shot at Frank- :t1 t. r rEc;. Yon .:r w the rest I I go tomim ... .

has an advertisement tot i fort Ky Tuesday is still: alive, but -f ii: i-J.'.+;0 a.c-l didn't vi .-\ place in

t t I day's TELEGRAPH Read it. | with only slight chances in favor :, ue eta they -atle: Tf fid : e. Sow PI

t -- :of his recO\ 'ry. He has been 'm an Lsln.-aeii;.-. I Gill not Ler: girt

I' Miss Cora Se"'sions has return.' sworn in as governor of Kentucky, s._r ..cqUFr: I've r,;rin i. and I '

4, ed home after teaching a most successful I having[ been elected by the democratic : :1::' tnt tas: piiT-ttett: >llwti-2i of nre-" @ rnSrT. .
: .1r.1." 11] r:.:= cr Jiiy: ether cuu r=y. i ij
term of school at Nebo. majority of the l legislature, ft.C".H Fra I

and has issued an order to the
'. \f The Bradford County High state troops to leave Frankfort and The Apottnj.. of Goirtlir-lljaj-l.UO.

; ,1 ; t. school will open Monday and the' return to their hones. The troops Make c* 1L:'':v fn,ads a. ever yoiican. j 4

f ;"' '- ._-.indications are favorable to z large are divided on the question of for yi.2 ct-:;: .er kow in what ten -=:::- i .

.. attendance.WASTFD. t.ustcty: a tacit may ce wile to wry
whose orders ol eTaor! and : 1I
; ,:. :> j.roc. Ii 1e di.,.j.i-ascr?. I hare cfterb I 1
Goebel each claiming to be I .
.. goy
-Agent, or Manager : ; d to ?<.*fc tn<; -:d '.t ptucleiifl uain.-r I
',1..1 for Accident or Old! Lire Life insurance -jcrnor and commander in-chief: of act.. I \tow' t! r..L.uiy ii1 rikNri.I I
I the militia forces of the i iI
CorL-pany. Address "Com state. i:' :. teii':*3 t-e ci.utrary or 1I WATCH THIS SPACE
this ofnce. ;: The outcome of the situationi ;ij t:4i.t U'.t L I pany, Stamp for re- j
i j cannot be foretold, but there is a -crxttl ci1* EL ,-t rf-a'Iy.

,, p'yC. -- -- ;; probabi ity that there wi 1 be further 1 L"nrr'fv L-gmii3gs; cftfn crentb I For Bargain Prices, 'j'jI

E. Campbe'l representing bloodshed b-forethe disgraceful ., .- v;av t<- .:rc-cr ni-r.l-:3r greit secj j 4 JI
; t"f--:. : t r r' :r ,f'te e'rTIhinz md
f' the Jacksonville Evening Newswas muddle is settled. I Next Week.
; 'rPii wt'.l r.en the tlImE]!!;;! cir j
t interviewing citizens of Starkein Ward Ctty. I j jI c'uI1l ta!.tr *.u y..cr ticin? cr net; da >> I J
the interest of his ...
paper Tues ; i5 : Wl::.t tIP r mes ILCWf"Jot: a J::;; rrrt > -
' W. A Tillis is no longer a merchant .! ::
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day and Wednesday. { '.L.lJ :J;,:'= IiLL3c[ fir,: iilJJ'Jrt. i
of townbut has moved
our .
ie .
idtl wtI
-* ciao t*> v.t-
.. J H Prescott one of the substannal Jhis! entire stock to Abcrnatby'si! 4c-, r bi b :. fatur r-iJL.2 i3 ctrtaia.tr 1 ....

I citizens of the Ward City j mini on the G. & G. railroad i j jI' lot,.... tl::.-!; cErn it Eaysrta

section, was in town Thursday and G.V.. Bevel and family have ', as L L if :+.r; czij j it without m : {

called to order the TELEGRAPH-| ;: moved to :Myrtle. < tI- tlJ:: 'C: plan: to ketp :n rcl'l'nl m:
i Several visit ,0.!.F C"l.THtu .lrw: iltcra Illy C.Qtr.U'JL "t[ ;
I continued to h-s ad ress. i hung people paid ,
-_ ; to the phosphate mines last Satur- ::- <.tl : nI'I c..ve often -etn really of
L.oi. ..ta.e.xs: DEB: wneu they. have to ;
1 JV Hodges returned from i ;, day We suppo-e they had a nice
rc:1t-:: :: ; tid; :>,m:.:a .ayr-weighty moet :
Ormond Sunday and the time, as the weather was damp
.i spent I bt.l --. ,s. t ':..tcr: it Ly ctn=:n-ir ;; tft'Ocr fore : -
/ first part of the week at Ocala t enough to prevent them being tern: tfcs that are ECtr liAtJy tobapjAD 1.

looking after his interests .there j! troub'ed with dust. aid come to a diC_i'-.D on the man: -

I He reports the -Brick City" live'y.': I Zif school taught by A. J. Pin- a=: -cr.iptivn tbat cce cf tfcta*; vases i? gr

holster, closed last Friday A pleasant are to .tii:..t. This u dangtiuca, for cf- the :
+ Mr. and Mrs. James DuBose, day and plenty good eatables ttn ia.1 Usually thfTf arist e sane third In

,'"- formerly of the'crthington made it pleasant ft-r all presents cr f;-crti; ca.e which bad bra ovtrIc ta" .
Springs >->krd arheD year tlft-iiion: will In
section are now citizen | W. Batsden sr. is in ourremo.1e1ing : ,
of Starke and no; tt Voc Lad uccn L tr. t3t-r.'!''re. 13" :: .
occupy one of the town the parlor? of
key? y"ur c<=riaUju s ncUT t f' Elis houses in the southeast D. W Pinholster's residence ,
parIra actual U'.cf-x-uy cf tL : titer c'impi.rears lish
of town. SHORTY.. Mgr.y in ,c-tttuJ1 Query. :
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"r :-. Mrs L Hoffman and chi'drenarrived Sacrificial Sale. The Care of HOCM .IVrn. ; t.t

i .i from Tampa Wednesday In his advertisement on the In the' c.:,a:- wbtrt funs ar;? kept in. (GCO zu : : :
) .1- and are stopping atlrs front page of to-day's TELEGRAPHJ. du-t lyrc-ansrf traptraticn: syring- "the r

I'V.' .\\'. Moore's until Mr. Hoffman G. Alvarez announces that: he ina or r-ivircaasncfa dci,tnre to the '1't: : ;

t the place bought of J, ti I. I I wi'l:l close out winter dress goods air a* pi:?,,1r:.e. f-: they g*:> rally do

t Johns ready for occupancy. and .( : the :: : '
j I trimmings mi iinery at sac
t 3J..I"pJt: we purpo>e a
; : [ :
hcial the
prices next
curing thirty
( Orders for beef t l'Ia ig taoist air at.the plant
mutton and
I. : pork may be left with me with the days. Persons who wish to avail \\ ad rages' or ftr::.rie ire often the i.

/ fu.l assurance that I will furnish themselves of the opportunity to nid with p.i #r purchase high class goods at reduced p:::c:>rj OTCT the plant part cf ta-i time. 'Pa. :
very best that can be bought prices should ca.l ear',' athis 'Ie :.= w.ll to bear: in nsinii a!_:o tlJatftn : '

in the country. No stone is ;left ; store This sale is announced : :;*. with tbe ticeptica: of the hide is to { .

unturned in my efforts to please! for the purpose of reduc'n stock n1-. .;::.Ii Krt=. grow in Enirt. ?bad>-d : :
my customers. p'.ar.ta I: is tatrefcr es.-.cl1U.ll flat than !
before Mr. Alvarez !
J. F. P. McMuRRY. I purchasing they uc\er cry out and that tfi >y oekrpc >
trip, a"d some rare bargains :Jarl.*. It wie.b :
: in partial !! is nor :

J. J. Hutson. of Hampton. was >l!I wil_be_offered.. h _. <. fr tcr.'; to cak J; the plants dauy.wrretner Man. :

in town Thursday, amd'caJed! to : cf' 'dcd or ncc. Wnen cow 1: &=OD'I>
ll.1- L order the TELECR'A- S. M. Alvarez! has again em- trend are ci.fcrling, avoid placing the The .
sent to his:
i address Mr. Hutson is secti barked in the market business, pLiEt iu a pc!l:;.n where it will be expos -
4j n 1 naving formed a copartnership t<" the fTiIi power cf the sunlisht.
foreman at Hampton for the F C. with S. L Kramer. Mr. Alvarez a.i it will ragtime* barn cr faiist; the 1

& P. Railway, and has held the position i| has always enjoyed the reputationof tender ycoi frcnr_.-W CIl.n'. Hoci : t
for year 'I
j continuously nine s, I furnishing the public with the Coml l"n. dies
which :>pe..ks'ournes: for his efncicncy
best obtainabe
meats : and wishes: :
and faithfulness as an employee Coveroiucmt UK! the CtUac. good
to a sure former customers thateverything
I f the road. Towc.itxauttEtilWttteacho ; : .:
{ possible will be done
e* the pritsre= lilt .fr c.r.zn iJ tbe fine :
R I. Kelley, of New River, i again merit their custom. For the United utter. is abcwn is a try tn- Let

I i was in ton Tuesday and called to ;:: present the market \vM be con-' ing way by Fr f...scr LE_::O=rie WamLac -

1 have his address on the TEL tmced at the present stand corner .b cl Lie r..u\ard: Lrw K-flt ji in an ting

I. GRAPH'S mailing list changed to of Jefferson and ;Madison streets. arucif in 'I2e.\ioni,.- iioittly. From :
the txni: War a n.au ri a. ail through be c
J I Birmingham, Ala., fcr which place!t Mr. Chas. Kerslake died at the bin ttsui' and -cai .ittivity of the : :

1 1. he and his mother, Mrs. S. J. i w home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E Johns. try nzitu Lt' rtt.:.. ltd an. tilt go7ernn" hair t

Xdtey.. and younger brother, ;| in Starke this (Friday) morning eel tcccfaF mm at eTfrysttp: pro- :

Joseph. departed Wednesday !i| 2I5 o'clock, of consumption. The Tiding for birc. rtgulitina cini. telling Mat

I They will reside in Birmingham in if j! deceased, accompanied. Dhis him what be Woiyand what be may net
the future. do. algid; tiJtiv: : seems hardly the green
j I mother. came to Starke early i iI
aiUM_ the there
airy 10 lucrtitiicg cfcruntac.
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j I I ithe I winter from their home i in
Judge Malphus persists in his-1 :!': Fitchburg, !}Mass with the hope ( : so rajidiy L it ? --omUlI.
wider c- alum
habit of :: ana *: : tDa-l" tie natural ttiSd =
performing Sunday marriage -that the Climate would restore hunto they cf tr- ti nu. .. ..
ceremonies and whencan't he: health,.but the ravages of the and

I find any one in Bradford: disease had broken his constitution ., 1 nc..dlj PoiAte. :
county to tie the knot for he slips downbe.ond most
repair. JinkS:cat Yen don't mean to :
over into a neighboring county --- Ycrk
any yen a:' tc .gtd to the beans iful
i Last Sunday he went over to F-iY- The Epworth League social at Miss d;> PirkElink. >

; i et Grove church to preach to the the Methodist j.ar>onage Tues a) ..-V
\, good people of that neighborhood x>d, evening was a most enjoyable arfairto her last ni;::t. Tat.. af>rncm I aa te .

and he did preach to them but he all who attended Rev. Mr.Gi'ts tnna br into town :: t3.ntstO"f. m tan o fight '

i couldn't come back home without and wife and their charming ("ptKiin?. I t-elie\. New" pair cf "R : ..,

: marrying somebody. At the close daughters are adepts in the art of gLis-e> VT .netbuij: : sb. i* ntarsigbtHi {. \

i elf the preaching services the judge entertaining, and made this gathering ys knJinki ('W. ,.
) -I old fcllt
I ay. w..j1: slip
performed the ceremontbat made of the League memberp'easant -* $o r-crH "' .
to rnst rtiriaU'anyI trit hIm '
; Mr. Timothy Smith and ;Miss Liz : that nothing short uf a n--t to give air :any 1 better giz.*** t knew .. '
zte Grimes husband and wife.Y rcp-'tttion will satisfy them. the b.-Lr.rcdc..c Tit-8iti J : ;

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