Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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;: VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. NO. 34. s 1("

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{L'\.. %; Business Change. Closing Exercises. I\ LAKE BUTLER. I

Messrs. J. H. and L. C. Powell, The Rising school, taught by I .
f. m naval] stores factors of Savannah, Miss Ollie Hague, closed Friday, !;! Newsy Gossip From that Thriving r

'S,' t I Ga., were in town Monday to assume i; January 26th, with appropriate.ex- By Our Regular Correspondent.j Town. .. I I ; IfI 1
: control of the naval stores :\ ercises. The recitations and dialogues ; ,
FOR. mIt -i j Charles Register now with the t, ,:: .
business of H. H. Elarhee & Co., were all well rendered and j i Telephone Construction Co., spent ..' 0I ":
Mr. Elarbee having retired on ac i the students made a 'most creditable .
1 Sunday at home with his family. :
of ill health and the advice j The .
count !
showing. closing number
I Assessor VV. J. Epperson and .
,to Drugs andm I j v
pure of his physician to give up active ot the program was a song very ;Collector GoV.. Alderman left 1
business for the present. Mr. I sweetly sung by Misses Ida Cros !
their round official
Monday on ot 1
m rompt attention, E'ar' bee's removal from Starke will by, Rosa Alvarez, Dorothy Alvarezand | duties >

be greatly regretted as he had Winnie Crosby. Rev J. S. Collier preached at '

,. M come to us. formed many warm friendshipshere. The patrons and friends of the the Methodist church Sunday night 1- y..
fr1 He will go to Suwannee school turned out with baskets anda .
to an attentive audience ,
Springs, Tenn. in the hope of re sumptuous dinner was spread on '
Mukev, of Lawtey has ,
=!= gaining his health. the grounds. '[j been visiting her cousin, J. T. : ;' j t
; j 'a --- In response to an invitation extended -, Futch, for a :ear days.:: = l l
Lake Butler's New Postmistress.Airs. .
I i to the patrons for speeches '
j Mrs. Dr. Anderson, who is now .
- Especial care and prompt attention Helen A. Sterns, of this appropriate to the occasion, Eder! i I[l a resident c; Live Oak has been .
city, received her commission Monday Thomas Cason responded with a''j I visiting her parents, Judge and

:i given to the filling of last as postmistress at Lake short talk. Mrs. J. R. Ri :hard. for some days. yr
Butler, and will probably assume The patrons of the school are ; bor "
Although i\J day was very
to Prescriptions. charge of the office. March 1st. greatly pleased with Miss Hague)j disagreeable quite an improve ..

(r Mrs. Stearns has been a valuable as a teacher and her pupils parted j j ment was made around the Baptist
1tf assistant to her father PostmasterL. with her very reluctantly She I church, and a number (if shade r

1, '!.... ""14 C. Hull, of Starke, since his ap- has gone now to teach the Dowling!1 trees were planted. Several who"were

i a v pointment, and with the experiencethus school. .. ._ [II detained by cold weather will _
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.i gained will give the citizensof Mrs. J. H. Dowling Dead. set trees later. Everyone should ,.,1
[, A FULL LINE OF FINE TO/-m Lake Butler an efficient admin set out trees now while the season : '
Mrs. Catherine wife of
istration in their postoffice. j I is opportune. ; ,
LET ART ICLES Mrs. Stearns is an untiring i Joseph H. Dowling, died at her The election to decide the sub.! '
t. worker in church affairs and will home in the Dennis section last school district question was held in \ i
f ON HAND. be greatly missed here in religious Sunday morning at 8 'o'clock, after Lake Butler Saturday and resulted ri <

t.; AAI circles. a l lingering illness from inter- in a, large majority in favor of it. :
nal cancer. Dowling was

STARKE DRUG CO.9Ij Mr. Prewitt Passes Away. about fifty years of age and was aT, ed Deputy, Saturday Sheriff, two Andrews negroes for arrest-car ,. 1
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Mr. J. N. Prewitt died at his woman whose noble traits of : :.
I home in Starke Feb- rying concealed weapons, and put 1! ....
Friday night, character had drawn to many |i them in jail to await trial. :
ruary 2d. Mr. Prewitt had been a : warm friends. ,Her death has .]
} I Editor Hartig, of Palatka came i
:9Ij 9Iji sufferer from rheumatism for a caused general.sorro\'C,.in the sec-!up Friday night to look after'his J 1 J
I, long term ot years, and during the tion, of which she was a resident interests here i't
three months had been deceased laid I
I -- ----- past confined The was to rest R. L. Sparkman and wife made i
to his room. : Tuesday afternoon at the Sapp I Starke a visit Sunday and returned : i
! The funeral was conducted from i cemetery. The: funeral was largely the same night. I ... .
: INSURANCE. the residence after-
family Sunday attended.by relatives and friendsof D. F. McDonald is making some
noon, Rev Lindsay, pastor of the the deceased.A necessary improvements on his :" ..N

Presbyterio. : church: officiating large number of persons from tenant house .near his residence, -t. '
' The interment was in Crosby ceme- Starke including Wrn. Tison, a which will make it more desirable -- "
; J. R. DAVIS & CO. tery. brother of the deceased, attendedthe
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i To Open the ijth. funeral._ The local K. of P. lodge held 'i
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of .
: The large store Cohen, Fried- and conferred two ranks a +

... ,_ _,. _u. . ,__ man & Co., with its 27 different :. The to/wn council having con- candidate. Since installation upon t3
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-- HO' departments, will be opened Feb- w ;tedJf r the cleaning of closets January 1st, there has not been a -
ruary 17th. Preparations for the aboyltown, citizens are requestedto meeting at which ranks were'" not .

t opening are now being made. report neglect in the matter to I conferred. The fraternity seemsto .- C.
Manager Hoffman assisted bv The contractor is to have .
@ me. be in fine condition and flour- x '
@ his corps of clerks is had at work residence closets cleaned twice ishirg '

, ; @ All seasons have @ arranging the four solid carloadsof each 'month and in the business J. v\f. Townsend, of Townsend r

goods that have already arrivedfor portion of the town the closets are Bros extensive naval stores men ,
the store. to be thoroughly cleaned once each .. .
'f @ their @ has located a new still and quarters
. When opened this will be one week. Failure to cpmply with the I I in West Lake Butler. Thus one

'f @ @ of the handsomest and most com- terms of the contract"should be reported more industry is assured'for our r" = .
plete stores in this section of the to I .'>-
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And this draws town ,
r @ as one to a close we are .
t @ state. J. P. BENNETT, Miss Minnie Parish has closed '

: @ sacrificing @ The--High-School.--- Marshal.] her school i and-is now al horiie.It .--, _. .t-. .
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is believed that the spring
6 The High school opened Monday County Commissioner R. G. term of school here will be taught
wj! WINTER DRESS Ware was compelled to take to
j V GOODS with a large attendance. by Prof Ellis, assisted by Miss
At the regular monthly meetingof his bed shortly afier arriving Minnie Parish.
the school board Tuesday it was here Monday evening to attend
Willie thinks of
: @ TRIMMINGS @ agreed to continue the school for a the regular monthly meeting of the on a prospecting'Johnson trip to South going K,
commissioners. Mr. Ware
term of three and a half months. was Florida In the future. ;
@ andMILLINERY @ The conditions of entry are suffering from a billious' attack and --near '
about the same as last year. To was unable to be out until Thursday "Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Duncan have

enter the school pupils must have morning when he departed for I moved into their. new home onWalnut _

advanced to the fifth grade. Pupils his_home.__ ___at_ _Providence._ ___ __ street.
from outside of the county will be ,..- --u---. ------.-._- -,- --.----- -
charged $2.50 per month, and the : i!r
11 1.r board requires payment in advance. FULL .
@ Sacrificial prices will prevail during the I next -,- ----.- itJ1NE'

thirty days, as my stock must be reduced before Whist Party. R ..If3
@ @ Mrs. N. J. Jones entertained the r.'/ .,' OF : ". J.
going to market. Progressive Whist Club at the rd's 1Ill' I << }

@ @ New Commercial Monday evening. .

: @ The advance @ Those present were, Mr. and Mrs.J GROCERIES, : ( .. : ,
K. Tefft, Dr. and Mrs. N. VV. i .;., .'\) .".. IH.RDWARE.
@ On Hardware has not affected the price of @ Francis. Mr. and Mrs. M. L Johns. ti.k I i TINWARE 1
: Mrs. Addie A. Johns, Miss Ella : : }

r @ Stoves. A few on hand at the same old @ Woolford, Miss Kate McFadden, I k : : i

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Norris. Dr. \ = 1f1b' ... ,
@ prices. @ J. H. Colson, Messrs. A. H. Johns.E. I : ) i GLASSWARE, # 4.
E. Christley, J. T. Non-ell and I I *r f
@Chippe4 Oats @ J. i\. Calvin. ; PAINTS, : ,.1'I
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@ Is something new in feed. It i is better than @ A New Dwelling. |I OILS, ."' ... ..

@:, what have been and costs @ Capt. A. V. Long has let the ---- ., ,I I '-... .,,
j you buying no contract for the erection of a new j I i I' f" ","",'}I:' ..<.;, ;
will be MAKES ENTHUSIASM.My I '; i{
@ more. @ home. The building a one-; OATS. .;
.4 story five-room cottage and will be j line makes enthusiasm I ; '.

; @ Seed Irish Potatoes built on the vacant lot between the just now. A regular celebra- j HAY, ..' ;: ;
homes of Mrs. J. N. Jones and J. ,
@ South Walnut tion for t'''ose who want good I :
P. Bennett on street.
The best, at the most reasonable prices I have COFFINS, .
Contractor H. A. Farmer has the things. Here goods : .

.r '\, @ See mv stock before buying elsewhere. work in charge which is a guarantee and prices to make you shout.A I CASKETS and i, '
:f d @vgI that it will be well and quickly great benefit for those who 1 :-'
done. .-- .. i, appreciate the best. If you'relooking \ 'L'1 ]

rJ.thALVAREZ. Colonel and Mrs. W. T. Weeks for good ones-take. ':'r
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r: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. at Frankfort to shed blood at his :, militia in furtherance of their PROFESSIONAL_ CARDS. ...

bidding, and when he was fired plans.
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Within ten days after J.II.
upon by the assassin was on his \ .
PubtlshedEveryFrldayatSTARKE,3RADFORD000NTYFLA of election had been granted
way to the capitol in the peaceful PRICKLY { to the republican candidates by the I'Hl'SICIAX AND S'IwfON: .

-- -'-:_ -' pursuit of his duties as a state sen- election commissioners the railroads STA1T E. FLA.Office .
ator. ASHBITTERS announced increase of
.:. S. MATTHEWS. PuMUher. and Prop r. an 30 in G i!kinr' Drug Stare.

-_--.----------- .- .-. If there is that in Mr Goebei's : per cent. in freight rates-presumably ;.;
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I to collect) from the people the
public life that merited reproach it 31. GOU TO
FOR KIDNEY DISEASE.8TOM- I money expended in debauchingthem D. J-'
On*Year....................................$1.0f has not been brought to the surface AOH TROUBLE,INDIOES- and their election
/I'' iijcM'inrlis. ............................... .:M and there is certainly much in TION. UVER DISORDER OR,, corrupting 1'TORSEf'I'J.A W.
\ rltreeStontoa....................... ........ .11 CONSTWATMH.TOKO. Finally, when the democrats refused -
\ .. his career to commend him. Writing ( to be scared or bribed, and it COMMERCIAL PR.t.TICK A 'PiCI.LTT.STAIKrl .
t'r *. to the Ocala Banner of the seemed inevitable that Goebel FLA.JE. ,

,.'.. Fnteredin: th.t'uetofeeatStarte.FlaaaS.c nvrtyred leader of the Kentucky would yet be governor when they
<)11.11&1&f&trpr.. Sold by Starke Drug Co.
4. ( realized that investigation under
.: Mr. Robert L. Anderson .
: democracy :.._
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Sfarke Fin.. Feb f). WOO. a native KentuckIan, but nowa main the head of his party was it be certain to result in their ex : .

J ------- = citizen of Ocala, and one of the not the patriotic duty of the differ- posure and punishment, they bring
y WILLIAM GOEBEL. leading lawyers of the state, says: ent trusts, the banks and the rail- a train load of cut-throats from the: Office i in hank tiullt'lt.g. Starke! FU )'

-- What manner of man is this road companies, to even disruptthat mountains-men brought up in an \1
/ When the L. & N. railroad set against whom all this vituperation party? atmosphere of murder and moon- JOHS'C.Vlf.L M. I> ,

:;::* about the task of defeatingVm.. was directed? Where are we to Nay was not the noble brain shine whiskey-to compass the ::11

J Goebel, the democratic nominee for find the cause and origin ot this that conceived, and the intrepid death of the man they most fC:1red.I I PHYSICIAN AM SIRI EON. a

\' unrelenting enmity, which has hand that executed his very mur- -- -- I DISEASES OF WOMEN AND OBaTtTWCS.. 1t
;;" r governor of Kentucky, it at once progressed from sander to the der, inspired by the loftiest sense Perhaps the fickle public will I SPF.UALTY. 't,

V opened all the batteries of vituperation shot gun, from persecution to as- of duty to the' state? now come to a realization of the Office with( the Starkp Drug Co. "' .
't"4t1\ and villification at its sassination? To compass his defeat, the op- : .
t I worth and ability of the last legislature :;TAHKE, FI.A.P1IOS. .
mand-and this is saying not a Let me show you some of thisman's ponents of Mr. Goebel set to work J ;
and give a mead of credit to
with fund I. "
an ample campaign and
offenses, some of those I E. '
little when it is considered that the of the that BL'CJG,
"t crimes which invoked all this indignation organized the movement to nominate newspapers : i
the L. & N. is a rich and powerful and which finally led to John Young Brown at the have persistently held up the handsof l'ATTOltXEf1'.L.

I, corporation. Through its henchmen his being stalked and shot down Lexington convention. This con- the railroad commission. The .\ \r.'t

and the servile newspapers of like a wild beast" Here is the vention in bold hypocrisy and commission law passed by the leg Corner Cherry anti Jaclon Street. Staike !(

\j ]: Kentucky and the country at large catalogue which I hold up to you: transparent fraud surpassed any islature of 1899. was such thaI '
before assembled. STEWART 31. u.
From barefoot ever Composed EL.
1 a whose
P it addressed itself to the task off newsboy .
j the railroads could neither
only armor was his innate character largely, and wholly .led by the dodge or
(>- ;..y. convincing the citizens, not alone and his sublime courage, he men who irf 1896 opposed Bryanon defy it, and when the question ofa IALIST- : :

v of Kentucky, but of the whole had the audacity to mount over the money issue, it adopted a reduction in passenger fare was EYE, EAR, >08E:, THROAT. 'I
jrf; -.t.. that Goebel the bead of platform' which lauded Bryan and ,
: country, was a very incapacity, envy and heard on its merits the roads could
'I detraction and become championed free silver The del- OiQco in Store of Stxrke Drug Co. .
at ;
and unfit once
y."lJ" corrupt man therefore, :
do nothing but to the demands
yield -
the hader of his the foremost egates from the country were
party -
: to hold the high office of governor drummed of the commission. It is J. T. WILLS. V.
r lawyer in his state, the trust up by paid emissaries A. LONO.
j < f the commonwealth of Kentucky ed friend of Governor and United with pockets full of railroad passesA not too much to say that the news WILLS & LONG,

To poison the public mind against States Senator Stevenson, who. free ride to Lexington, with papers that remained true to the .;

/ .I Goebel and secure the moral sup- dying, left his large estate in hotel bills paid by the general interests of the public have playedan tErS-AT-11A. ..
counsel of the L. & N. railroad
William Goebel's hands trusteea at
; port of the country at large was trust whi been as tracted a gang of so-called "del- I important part in securing the Office in Peek's Buildiiur, Srnrke. FloFERRYS _
the preliminary skirmish in the disgraceful faithfully I .
I administered and Ms held today. I tgatt.'s"al1d nondescripts, pliant I I reduction.: In fact they,: so crystallized '

battle that this and the I He was an enemy to political and servile enough to have made s public sentiment in favor of a

other corporate influences of the rings, and crushed one of a partic- any kind of platform or to have commission that from 1895-when : ;;

state were to if to ularly malodorous character in nominated the devil himself. .
wage necessary a commission bill failed to pass theegls'atureto
I control Kentucky at all hazards Kenton county, headed by Messrs They organized the "Honest .. SEEPS
Hallam and Myers, two men who Ivection; League" in Louisville, 1899 oppositionwas .
f ,qz.:, How well these powerful influence vied with each other in abject ser- managed principally by Whallen. broken down from a nigcflf\ ,i

; _a t. succeeded in blighting the good vi'ity to railroad corporations.For who for years kept a dive as vile as to an insignificant, J1 i n ritv. r ThooJinndjl- r i fc.tJ of garden-- I

name of a man whose only offence twelve years he representedhis any from New York to San Francisco every er..l'r.enilol1 year and Ferry never Seeds suttee "t,

: eems to have been his unvarying county in the Kentucky senate. and whose: principal occupa- "* A Narrow Escape. ..- disappointment. Cheap Bubstl- "j
torero brln.lIOlIl.not ,
I fidelity to the interests ot the peo- There he offended Basil Duke. !ion has been swindling in j fc Thankful words written by Mrs. .'. pays to i>ur. a little paying more crop4It for
Wilbar F. Rrowder and tions. ....(t* tKBRVsSKEU: Flveceabperp.per
other hired
Ada. E. Hart, of Groton S D. ; everywhere and
t pie of his state as against always worth It.
corpor lobbyists of the Louisville & Nash- They organized a/ of '\! Alwar the B<>.U IMOfseed! Annual free.
"Was taken with bad cold, which .
j i ate greed, is shown by the fact that ville railroad, by procuring the ta ented liars in thci'/nai corps of a 1 I. M. KIT 3t CO., DETROIT, MILL
I e newspaper settled on my lungs; cough set in
|ii i in every village and hamlet of this passage of legislation in the. interest editors,}:respondents and and finally terminated in 'rl. ...

i broad Union there of the public against the stump spe a"r' ; consump- ,_ _, _
l are men of objections .' -.,{ers, whose business j if tion. Four doctors gave me up. -- n ,
f| Goebel's own poli ical faith who of these gentlemen, and by was tCj; invent, manufacture and saying I could live but a short A FREE PATTERN'
proving to their complete satisfaction fVSsehrinateail!
manner of infamous time, I myself to
i have taken the refrain and her gave up my .
up tDerown.el.cttoato..ery.ubet'rlb.rr Beautiful:
that he would lie n{\- b\\: ci.?t fges against Goebel, and vast Savior, determined if I could not :Died UUlOKraptied f l.t". and tllt.itraUcm. OnirlnaJ.
a ded him as a monster of iniquity fatal artUUo.euisuUMi and itrieUuptodate d..u.MSCALIS8 .
I nor by bt w7 t", bundles of their newspapers were stay with my friends: on earth, Iwould
J When these influences had sue- He had the effronterv oJ to- ot-I' m--.* freely distributed throughout the meet my absent ones above. [ :

! i .. ceeded in making members of the school book trust, whic a*ose state. My husband was advised to get

1 t.. Goebel's own party turn the back selling to Kentucky school qjM.was Some of the papers advocatedthe Dr. King's New Discovery foi ]
of at a high price the sarr v K" burning of the Courier-Journal] Consumption, coughs and colds. I jf j
their hands to him the time for books
J" which it sold to rndian-r children T. 'Building, on account of the support gave it a trial, took in all eight nteat .nB .oonowlw, fancy work, boascbold hint.
. mobilizing! the state troops, overriding just across the Ohir./ ,hor.torte.. currant toplr. etc. Babxcrlb to-dat.
: Goebel and the .
that paper gave bottles. It has cured me, and ?*lyHo y 1 t.' the courts and holding the much lower price by radrrocatinr murder of Watterson.. thank God, I am saved and now a

: state by force of arms was con the passage legislature of They prostituted the sacred office well and healthy woman Trial 1

'f.f- ... sidered ripe, and the opportunityhas the the r-IndianP",' IOo.= law, which lhue. had effecteditreduction of the church and hired so- bottles free at J L. Gaskins drug

not been allowed to pass ply : of the price in the called evangelists, clergymen with .tore. Regular size Soc. and $\
I itching palms and mildewed morals Guaranteed.
.111- latter
+ ,,\'7.-.,)..:... ...-imhr"(",<. ':u:1"-1n:'r ac a'Le[a or ii legal- He favored a measure known as to go into the country districts -
.q. ...... and hold protracted meetings, at An Editor's Life Saved by Chamberlain's -
the bill
McChord which de
constituted authority the republicans was i
'f Cough Remedy.
which they artfully attacked Mr.
aided and abetted by the signed to compel railway com- During the of Octo- For ..__.
r- I Goebel. early part Udto erte' ud IKtt children. Thai ew .
panies to respect the law, to invest tota.fill.Z "
}. corporation democrats, are running' the railroad commission with more They talked of bloodshed and ber. 1896, I contracted a bad other paturiu.ebio"s4ctno.tWnedbyLb.tneof.z.Ban a* equal for atyl*and perfect. At. ,/ \o

the stUe with a high hand. i power and make it an efficient riots and thus kept democratic cold which settled on my lungs S
the and was neglected until I feared CALL
During the tumult and excitement ; force. voters fr->m going to polls.
C The republican governor unlawfully that consumption had appeared in PATTERNSXa
He wanted
. incident the corporations in the
, I to high-handed
1 called out and used the state an incipient state. I was con- '
state to and
i.: course of the outlaws now in conc pay an adequate proper stantly coughing and trying to
tax their franchises and
trol of Kentucky Mr. Goebel was I upon, and to bear their The Eminent Kidney expel something which I could not.I .
property proper Xa ilv and U cuts each-n shot down-not who became alarmed and after givingthe >higher> notdInn.rlyevery ettyandtowns or by mail.Aak .
( by a man met share of the burden of governmentHe and Bladder Specialist. local doctor trial ( them. Abenhitely 7Ite.taptodatu.tyl.*.
) him in honorable combat, but by a I was a sincere friend of a bought a THE McCALL COMPANY.
bottle of Chamberlain's tu t4a WMi . .
Cough Ilia !Slfw J. T rk Ctty, I.I.
I i cOYo'ardlyassassin ensconced in the Bryan and of the Chicago platform.He Remedy and the result was immediate -

capitol building in a room over the practice persisted of bringing in the suifs detestable against sad d improvement after I had p q if'K :3 ffi Q

i head of Taylor, the man who is railway companies to t : used three bottles my lungs were .
"" contrary
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restored to their
1 being retained in the executive their wishes, and of securing: healthy state -
a' B. S. EDWARDS. Publisher ..
of TheReview :
;Y1.: chair, in open defiance of the law, j judgements against them in the 1 7 Q ;
Ill. For 00
Wyant, sale by g X
: courts And these suits '
; although
: bv the republicans and their cor- J. L. Gaskins, druggist. si=
were mformly claimed by the de- s 8 KEN;d,
allies. The -
poration cowardly as -- "
l fendants hbe "without merit, =* ''
sassination of Mr. Goebel, and the Why does a man alwaws say that y Ul
i with
_, judgements were exaspera he is out of practice when he gets &
circumstances surrounding it, have ,"n i : regularity affirmed in the beat at any kind of game? 0

shocked the whole country, and api'':: <*te tribunal. -- I 1
... 'I-.U he stood for office he I 7'1 -- t ....
now those who were too ready to For driving out dull bilious feel s ."

r. .. "\j I accept as true the villifying testimony fail.T ..l *. 't ask& Nashville the consent railroad of the as Tit DiKorerer His of laboratory.Swtmy-Koot at Work la ings,increasing strengthening the capacity the appetiteand of the i r ;!i I

i of his opponents are willing '! .> 1,11 candidacy. Every Florida body for work Ash ? : tUg
< j I' There is a disease prevailing in this Prickly Bittersis I tJ:1
to take a little time for investigation poll m will at once recognize country most dangerous because so decep- a golden remedy. Sold by : Y
on their own account. It i isselfevident t1.,- "pardonable nature of thisJfr tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by Starke Drug Co. .. ;j M i pi
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"-:1je. Moreover, throughouthis it-heart disease, pneumonia, heart failureor N 1)';
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: to everyone that he conducted apoplexy are often the result of kidney -- '-
; ., I lite he has exemplified the disease. allowed toad o TniV':
himself with If kidney trouble is -
becoming dignity qualities of purity in private life, a vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack Skin Diseases. 1 15.. I It
.r' during the tumult preceding freedom trom vice, sobriety to the the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves ? rei K. >
his assassination; in every instance point of total abstinence-his example break down and waste away cell by cell For the speedy and permanent cure of I. y _
Then the richness of the blood-the albumen fetter,
salt rhenia and
he bowed to the majesty of the has been one to hold up to I -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright'sDisease berlain's Eye and Skin eczema Ointment Cham is !I (0e QIIiN !

law; he insisted that his followers)) the youth of the country as an the worst form of kidney trouble. without an equal. It relieves the itch.i I : ...-..ch.
illustration of integrity, industryand I Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery ing and smarting almost '
shouM not resort to violence but I honorable success. I II is the true specific for kidney, bladder its continued use effects instantly permanent and CiJL Oe

await the action of the legally con Do not i I and urinary troubles. It has cured thousandsof cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch '. t"" .,." Ci-
you perceive at a glance .
apparently hopeless cases after all other I scald head, sore nipples, I .
Sf .
I I itching i
stituted authorities for a settle that this man was unfit, ineligible' efforts have failed. "At druggists in fiftycentand chapped hands, chronic sore piles and ti for the office of ? dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free eyes QI
ment of the contest in which his governor I'I granulated i! 4
Is he be by mail also a book telling about Swamp- y
not to placed in the category k
interests were involved. He had Root and its wo/iderful cures. AddressDr. Dr. Cad '. I. hJ : M
of Powders ... 0
"dangerous ? for uI -
men 'l
I Kilmer Co.. N. Y.
no band of cut-throats congregated Rather than & Binghamton, and horses are the best tonic blood purifier !i "",* m .
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England Continues to Dis- NO CONTROLUnder Kentucky Legislators Again "" 'f."

( Han Succumbs After Long and Heroic patch Large Forces to Africa Turned Down by Soldiers. '.(, .

Struggle With Grim .,. J,:;.... .


u Consequently Authentic News From the Cannot Fortify the Channel. :'1:

,(, ., THE END WAS PEACEFULBeckham of Dr. McCormick to leave the bed- Seat of Hostilities Is Taylor Sends Long Message Appealing *

to President McKinley to Be-
room of Governor Goebel and make Hard to Get. ..
the proper certificate of death. Until tore Peace.
this had been done, the Democratic "f'\!'
Is Immediately SwornIn ;g:
attorneys were unwilling that the oath A London special says: In the west- President McKinley received a long
as Democratic Governor of office should be administered.The ; Ji
took in small ern field large operations are appar- message Thursday from Governor W. : t,
of Kentucky.A ceremony place a of the Agreement Between '
room on the same floor as that in ently about to begin. S. Taylor, of Kentucky, asserting that i ;:-
and British Am-
Secretary Hay
which Governor Goebel died, and but The Boers are showing great activ- the condition of affairs at the present I .(dt

Frankfort special says: The bullet a few doors to the west of it. In the ity in the Naauwpoort and Colesberg bassador, Lord Pauncefote.The time is most critical, that a riot may 'o:.'.:.t!

fired by an unknown assassin Tues- room at the time of the administrationof districts. Many of the guns hitherto occur at any time which will cause .I'j -
the oath Senator-elect Black-
day morning, January 29th, endedin burn, Colonel Bennett H. Young, Col- have facing gone Lord to Methuen Norval's are point.believed The to following is the most important bloodshed, and appealing to the pres- ., -l1i

the life of General Goebel at 6:45 onel Philip Thompson, Eph Lillard, British, therefore, may find formidable provisions of the new treaty negoti- ident to end the matter and secure 4r i4J.

o'clock Saturday evening. The only J. H. lUis, Lieutenant L. E. McKay, bodies of Boers there. ated in relation to the construction of peace in the state by recognizing him ... j.as

persons present at the deathbed were S. J. Shackelford, clerk of the courtof The war office announces that fifteen the Nicaraguan canal: governor of Kentucky. ,.. .H'W'
appeals; Dr. P. W. Wells, Colonel 4 1JJ:
Goebel's sister, Mrs. Brannacker, and transports will be dispatched between "The United States of America and Governor Taylor declares that he .{It
Harry McKay, Colonel Jack Chinn,
his brother, Arthur Goebel, of Cin- Kit Chinn, Dr. McCormick, Joseph today These and Monday with 13,000 troops. her majesty, the queen of the United considers himself the legally elected "i ,
13,000 not included in the
are Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
cinnati who had been Blackburn Jr. and three executive of the state and says that a i
in constant at- representatives 180,000 due to be in South Africa on of India, being desirous of ", .
empress riot may occur at time which will
of the any
tendance at Governor Goebel's bed- press. February 15th. The Eighth divisionof the construction of .
facilitating a ship cause much bloodshed. .l
The first official action of the new J .
10,000 men is still available to canal to connect the Atlantic and Pa- '
side.Justus The communication is in its nature \
Democratic the appoint-
Goebel, another brother,who governor cific and to that end
oceans, remove
send.Military a memorial. It at great length
had been from ment of a new adjutant general and in London continues goes
hurrying Arizona as his last opinion any objection which may arise out of into the situation in Kentucky, mak- a !
fast as steam would carry him in a as acting governor was an to assume, from very slender ma- the convention of April 19, 1850, com- ing an explanation of the conditions ;

vain hope of reaching his dying brother order removing Adjutant General Collier terials, that General Buller is again monly called the Clayton-Bulwer there. While definite and absolute '

in time for some token of recogni- and Assistant Adjutant General throwing his army against the Boer treaty, to the construction of such ca- information on this point is not obtainable ,
tion, arrived forty minutes too late. works. A retired general.Sir William nal under the auspices of the United there 13 reason to believe
The seemed to be
Oxygen was frequently administered new governor in Henry Green, whose distinguishedcareer States, without impairing the 'generalprinciple' that H specific request for the immediate '
the dying man during the after- deeply affected by the position gives weight to his opinion, of neutralization established -
presence of Federal troops is not K
in effort alive which circumstanses had placed him, thinks that General Bailer with 25-
noon an to keep him at in article VIII of that convention made.

least until his brother's arrival, but in and he did not reveal much joy over I 000 men is making a wide- detour to have for that purpose appointed as !
vain. By the cruel irony of fate the the congratulations; which those in the the west and north in order to avoid their plenipotentiaries:

train on which Justus Goebel was trav- room showered upon him, although he the roughest parts of the country. As "The president of the United; States A dozen members of the house of

eling to Frankfort was delayed several accepted them gratef ally. General Bailer must have some thous- John Hay, secretary of state cf the representatives went to the capital ,
hours from various and when Saturday night Governor Beckham ands of Sir William Green grounds gates again at 10 o'clock :.! .1
causes, wagons, United States; her majesty, the ? '
issued a proclamation announcing the the ijaeeaof Thursday morning, headed by Representative ... :..
Mr. Goebel finally reached the city it points out that advance would Great Britian and Irelandempress of ""

was only to learn that his brother was death of Governor Goebel. necessarily be slow. India; the Rt. Hon. Lord Fauncefote, Charltcn, of Louisville. Two ''v: ..%.
bayonets were crossed in front of Mr.Charlton's .
dead. AT LOUISVILLE. No authentic word is at hand ,
save G. C. B., G. C. M. G., her najaaty's! <
SUFFERS RELAPSE. Louisville is to be the seat tem- that the war office reaffirmed orally to ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary nose as he entered the .,
gates, and he was asked for a 'f
Governor Goebel's condition Friday porarily at least, of the Democraticstate newspapers inquiries at a late hour to the United States. pass.
"I have no was the reply. "I i
night and well into the morning was government of Kentucky. Gov- that it could not confirm the reported "Who having communicate to each am a member pass of the ,I .t i
legislature, as are
considered eo much improved that for ernor Beckham and several of his chief advance. There the Natal situation other their full viewc., wL.u.'h were these gentlemen with me, and wishto '

advisers reached that city Sunday, rests. found to be in due and form we
the first time since he was shot downin pi par enter the hall to hold a session." .f'
front of the courthouse, hopes were and it is the purpose to make Louis- Sir Alfred Milner, in a letter written have agreed upon the "'.Uowing ar- "Nobody can enter without "
a ,
entertained of his ultimate ville the headquarters of the executiveand three weeks ago to the former lord ticles: pass
recovery. was the reply, and Mr. Charlton a'
About noon Saturday Governor Goebel legislative branches of the state mayor of Belfast, said the war would I Article 1. It is agreed hat the canal turned to the Capitol hotel with his re- t t ;0

had a relapse and steadily grew weaker government as long as the presence of last three or four months longer. Sir I may be constructed nude: the auspices companions. They announced when ;
with each hour. There was practically troops keeps them from Frankfort or Alfred Milner has sent most hopeful of the government of the United they left the capitol grounds that !

until the conflict of authorityin and encouraging reports to the gov- States, either directly its costor
no rally from that time until his death. present I at own they would get all the members of the

At 2:50 p. m. Goebel's physicians.. the state is settled. ernment regarding the prospects of. by gift or loan of money to indivi- house and senate together, return in a 'l
the campaign and it is understood that : duals subscription
had abandoned hope. Efforts were or corporations, or through body and demand admission

then made to keep him alive until his: TEMPORARY INJUNCTION his views are shared by Lord Roberts. to or purchases of stocks, or A large crowd gathered at the depot
brother from Arizona could arrive. The censorship seems to have com- shares, and that subject to the provis- during the morning to greet the train t

Among bitter partisans of both par- pletely shut down the correspondentsat ions of the present convention, the from Louisville. It had been cur-

ties deep grief is manifested, and I Restraining Gov. Taylor From In- Spearman's camp. No dispatch I said government shall have and enjoyall rently reported that General Castle- '

has been startedto 'from that point appears in Monday the rights incident to such con-
already a movement I terferring With Meetingsof I Imorning's man would come in and many of the ,
papers and nothing has struction, as well as the exclusive
erect a fitting monument for Gov- enthusiastic'_ Democrats expected to r

ernor Goebel's memory on the spot in Legislature. been allowed to issue since Sunday right of providing for the regulation eee him walk,up II tothe state house

the state house grounds where he was Saturday morning Judge Cantrell, evening. and management of the canal. and take command of the troops, rout .'

shot.Within of the circuit court at Frankfort, ATLANTA IRISHMEN MEET Article 2. Tho high contracting Adjutant General Collier the first ..

a few moments the follow- parties, desiring to preserve and thing and then scatter the Republican .. .
granted a temporary injunction restraining -
ing announcement had been preparedand And Pass Resolution of Sympathy and maintain the "general principle" of officials to* all points of the compass. o'-

was silently handed about hotel Governor Taylor from inter- Aid to Itoers. neutralization established in article General Castleman failed to appear '

and in the streets: fering with the meetings of the legis- At a rousing and enthusiastic! ? meeting of the Clayton.I nlwer convention, however, and there was >a sorely disappointed .....,. .

lature and from removing the seat of of divisions one and two of the adopted as the basis of such neutrali- crowd of partisans around :
London The I Ancient Order of Hibernians, at Atlanta zation, the following rules, substantially the depot when the fact was realized. .J'.
the to
To the People of Kentucky-It is in
embodied the convention
i Ga.. Monday night, $430 was as The apparent failure, of Governor ;
d with profound sorrow that we an- temporary injunction is to remain between Great Britain and certain ,,
raised to be forwarded to the Boers in Goebel to place an adjutant general in ,:'r .f
the death of Governor William 8 when the'hearing
nounce binding until February colonial and certain and other
powers ', ,
South Africa to aid them in heir office leaves the troops entirely at the .
Goebel. In his last moments to make it will be s:
J coun- permanent signed at Constantinople, October 29, '
struggle against England.The disposition of,the Republicans, and for ;
'. seled his friends to keep cool and bow heard before Cantrell at George- f
Judge i following resolution were also 18S8, for the free navigation of the the time being at least has lessened all '
to the law in all things. We, his town, Ky. Suez maritime canal, that is to :
passed condeming England's policy in I II say chance of trouble from that source. '-
his friends and advisers, beg of the No attempt will be made to secure 1. The canal shall be free and openin
i I South Africa: I The soldiers will (continue to-obey the
people of Kentucky, in this hour of personal service of the writ of injunction I Resolved, therefore, That we, the time of war as well as in time of orders of General Collier: and there !

affliction, to carefully abstain from any upon Governor Taylor. to the vessels of commerce and
members of divisions 1 and 2 of the peace will be no conflicting orders to confuse F'
.. act of violence or any resort to mob Immediately after the issuance of : Ancient Order of Hibernians!, Fulton of war.of all nations on terms of equityso them. :
law. It would be his wish if he I the writ Cantrell instructed
Judge I that there shall be no discrimination '
; county. Georgia, tender our Governor Taylor remains in his 'j- :
alive that there should be absolutelyno :Sheriff:: Suter, of Franklin county, to i against any nation or its citizensor
sympathy to the struggling patriots I office, in the executiv: uildin and
stain on his memory by any imprudent make no effort to present the order of and. offer an earnest prayer for their subjects in respect of the condi- practically denies himself to all callers:'" _.

act of any who were hisS court. The judge directed that it be I tions or charges of traffic or other- '
i success. He will not, however, discuss for pub- 4
friends. The law is and allowed without
to remain
supreme binding wise. I
i Resolved, That we pledge our moral'i lication any action which he has
must in time be re-established and all service because of the threat-
danger 2. The c.inal shall never be block- i'
i; and financial support in aid of thei taken or may take hereafter. |
wrongs: he and his party have suffered eding the man who should undertakethe i willows and orphans of the brave Boer aded, nor shall any right of war be ex- The records of the house of representatives -

will find their proper redress. task and the results that might I soldiers who are so gallantly defend- ercised, nor any act of hostility be which were taken from clerkof k
i Joe C. S. Blackburn, W. S. Pryor, ensue owing to the excited state of the committed within it.
ing their homestead against a foreign the house, Edward Leigh, Wednesday J
S Woodson C. M. Lewis J. B.
Urey public mind. invader. 7. No fortifications shall be erected by the militia while the legislature -

McCreary, John K. Hendrick, James Resolved, That we earnestly protest commanding the canal or waters adjacent was racing around the streets in ,ii
Andrew Scott, Lewis McQuown, B.W. BIG DAMAGE SUIT ENDED
the United States however
against any alliance or secret understanding the vain endeavor to find a hall in _
1 Bradburu, S. J. Shackleford, C. C Mc- shall be at liberty to maintain such
Great Britain and
Buckt Lumber Company, In FloridaWlusa with urge which they could hold a joint session "
.j Chord, South Trimble, speaker of the military police along the canal as
Large Verdict. our representatives to oppose any such may and seat Mr. Goebel, have been returned f-
'j house; L. II. Carter, speaker pro tem be necessary to protect it against law-
to him Governor
One of the longest trials ever heldin complications.FILE by Taylor.
of the senate.
'j lessueos and disorders. Boxes of ammunition are being delivered t'
the United States court at Jackson-
the first intelligence
This wa given OF CONTEST. Article 4. The present conventionshall to General Collier. I
NOTICE Adjutant
J ville, Fla., was determined late Satur-
death of Mr. Goebel.
the public of the ire! tmed by the president of '
The hall of his office is
day evening by a verdict in which the packed ceiling ; .
i BECKHAM SWORN IS. plaintiff was damages. Defeated Candidate In Alabama Allele the Uuteu States by and with the advice high with cartridges. The greatest :: i ,
Fraud at Cilrard Heat. R'j i consent of the senate thereof,
Exactly one hour after the death of The case was that of L. Bucki 1 activity prevails on the capitol grounds. i 1
Son Lumber against the A number of candidates In the recent ana by her Britannic majesty; and the Blankets: for the soldiers are arriving f
Mr. Goebel, Acting Governor J. C. company election in Alabama have filed no- ratification shall be exchanged at W.ish- and evidence cf
a protracted
Fidelity and Deposit of every j
company .
W. Beckham was sworn in as with the Democratic ing'oii or London within six months
governorof tice of contest executive stay is apparent.Mississippi's. .
and action for i
the state, the oath being adminis- alleged Maryland to,have arisen was from issuing damages of committee, alleging that fraud from the date. thereof, or earl.$r jf ___ : iit-

Shackelford clerk of was committed in the Girard beat, de- possible.In I New Capitol :
tered by S. J. two attachments against the propertyof
faith v'uerecf the !I:
respective plen- .
the court of appeals. the plaintiffs in Jacksonville more feating them. The Kiger bill appropriating$1,000- j ;j"-t
them until Feb- ipotentiaiifs have signed this rOIl' t.Q-
The :
It had been determined to keep than two After the trial gave t
yearn ago. Should tion and tl rounto lifted their. es:' 000 for the erection of & new state- !
:21st to produce proofs.
secret the news of the death of Governor which began on January 18th, the ruary "1 "
the contestants be successful in throwing Done in Jv'-'atea''; Washingtor. .. Louso for Mississippi, at Jackson ;
': Goebel until Lieutenant Governor returned verdict
jury a giving the
f should have been out the Girard vote, it would give D., Febru-irv o. li'OO. i passed the senate Thursday afternoon : 1
Beckham plaintiff damages for a sum of $10,880 ..
to Mr. :Morgan and elect joiN i AY, I by a vote of 27 to 15. Several minor ; _
V formally inducted into office, and the and allowance for solicitor's fees of the county I! irr.endments the state-house \
the cojtestants, as the county outside P.o\t'S : '. J
the .J
delay was made greater by inability 7500. r.
"" gave a majority for Morgan. The president's le"jr of tra't.J : oinmiasioners: were adopted.. ; .

i \\111 Cost 0,000 Men. TAYLOR,., HAS OPERATORS. KOHEUIS OFFERS AMNESTY.Transvaal to the senate was as f.,1101'.., I I I Success! comes always to those was' tlI l \

Major Bathurst, who was wounded Telegraph Instrument In Executive "To the Senate: I trausr..: \ ./' \tith I I I believe in printer's Ink judiciously .

at the battle of Colenso, arrived at with a view to receiving ads :r j 1tr d I t I .
Chamber At Frankfort.A
*- and Frye Staters Have nsed. Let us hare lour adrertlnomeot. -
Southampton Saturday on board the consent of the senate to its ratification -
Frankfort dispatch says: Governor Chance to "GUe Up '
Servia. He says there ale 20,000 a convention this day signed by .
Taylor has provided against the A London special says: Lord Roberts .. -
Boers at the Tugela river, but that delay and inconvenience of receiving has caused to be distributed in the respective plenipotentiaries of the TAYLOR OFFERS BIB REWARD
if he United States and Great Britain to
General Boiler can get through :
and sending telegrams in his present the towns bordering upon the invaded
sacrifice 5,000 6,000 facilitate the construction of a ship and Conviction of Man Who
is prepared to or For Artmt
exclusive quarters by means of mes- Colonial territory an invitation to Free
canal.to connect the Atlantic and Pa- Shot Goebel at Frankfort.
men. ____ sengers. He has had two wires run Staters and Transvaalers to go into the
cific oceans, and to remove any objec- Governor Taylor, of Kentucky, personally -
into his office and has his own desert offering them good treatmentand
Manila.A ,
Bodies From opera-
790 tion which might arise out of the con offers a reward of $500 for the I'
tors within the office. restoration to their farms on the
cable from Manila received from a vention of April 9, 1830, commonly arrest and conviction of the man who
British occupation of republican ter .I
the quartermaster's department states Public Buildings for South. called the Clayton-Bulwer treaty, to shot Governor Goebel. In making '

that the Hancock sailed for San Francisco The senate committee on public ritory. that those the construction of such canal under the offer of the reward, Governor Taylor ,
on January 19, with the bodiesof buildings and grounds has authorized The guarantees For- the auspices of the government of the states that the authorities of
horses sell them.
462 dead soldiers. The Indiana is favorable reports on the bills author- bringing will have can their paidto United States. Franklin county, in which the crime -.,

expected in immediately with 200 bodies izing public buildings at Selma, Ala., eigners rebels passages are advised "WILLUKICKISLBY.. was committed, have never requested I .t

and the Ohio. with 138 arrived at and Natchez, Miss., each to cost$100- to Europe.surrender colonial in preference to being "Executive Mansion, Washington, D. him to officially offer a reward, and he.

flan Francisco last Friday. 000. C., February 5, 1900. therefore, offers $500 as an individual. .
taken prisoners.
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dlCoolly Te1erapk TAYLOR HESITATES. r AT COY1N 11TON. I fFi dSt; News. f :,r

The Remains of Gov. Goebel at I

STARKE, FLA. L. & N. .. ......o.o,___
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. By Dead Man's Friends.The Roads.A Will >lest at Ft. Myers.

Louisville Agreement. Goebel funeral train arrived at Will :NecessitateGood dispatch says: If At a recent Meeting of the executive :

Modern armies can worry along with Covington, Ky., at 8 o'clock Tuesday those Washington of the people of Florida who committee of it the Florida State Press .

. incompetent generals, but an able consistedof caused the building Association was decided to hold the-
It and
from Frankfort. advocated
I THE FULL TEXT OF THE DOCUMENT morning have annual meeting at Ft. Myers this ,
desire to secure year ::
.. press censor is an absolute necessity.A and roads
with the casket of good
+ a baggage car roads, as and March 2 7 was selected as the date-
benefits of } t.
: Coolbaugh (Pa.) man has advertised floral tributes, a coach for the pall some of the object lesson for It was also agreed that the representatives -
ni Friend Were Confident That He I bearers, judges of the appelate court, well as to supply an advancedin selected at the last annual
for a wife who can talk, who can who have not been as
Would Sign The TreatyWithout I legislative committee and others, anda of highways meeting should attend the meeting of
sit by the fire with him in the long Hesitation.A Pullman with the relatives.It their ideas on the subject now the National Educational Associationat

, evenings and also help him on the was an impressive scene when the they have an opportunity New Orleans, March 1. The fol-

: farm. He has received more than a casket was removed from the Capitol to obtain rural free delivery.has issueda lowing are the delegates: E.O.Painter

" thousand answers. Frankfort dispatch says! : Gov- hotel at Frankfort. The hearse, followed The poetoffice department rural free delivery Theodore B. Hartig, T. F. rcReathml

ernor Taylor refused for the time be- by carriages and many pedes- circular telling how from which the F. E. Harris. Alternates:, Rev.J. 1
E. The lack of information and the ing at least, to sign the agreement trians, proceeded under the electric may be C. Porter, Miss Nellie Beck, Mrs. '

negligence in scouting which the Brit reached by the conference in Louis- lights to the special train which left at following"Present is quoted a petition: addressed to Neva C. Childs and R. A. Russell. '

ish generals have exhibited have been I ville. He was closeted for a long 4 a. m. on the mournful journey. the first assistant postmaster general, The following! program for the annual -
Although the train made no stops Fort
i meeting at Myers was then
almost criminal and the loss of those who desire the service.
several General
time Tuesday morning with signed by
except at junctions, yet there were by only agreed upon: John)!. Call well. Country -
be signed
f thousands of brave men is entirely Daniel Lindsay, T. L. Edelen and T. groups at the stations along the wayto The petition should families and should Journalism: F. B. Hartig, Rational -
; t due to the generals' incapacity. H. Baker, of Louisville, and finally see it even in the darkness of the the mention heads the of number of each family.It Business Methods in Journalism;

told the gentlemen that he wished wintry morning.The forth the nature of the Rufus A. Russell, How to Make.a .

The encouraging feature of the time to consider and would let them only railway that runs through should where set the delivery: is desired, Newspaper Pay ; Thomas McBeath.,

; growing popularity of Indian corn know when he had reached a decision. Covington and Frankfort, the Louis- country populated, the prIn- annual poem; <1. L. Bittinger, How()
whether densely
:{ abroad is that the United States need Governor Taylor said: "A legal ville and Nashville, is credited with vocations of the people, the char- Maintain and Increase a SubscriptionList
f proposition has been submitted to me. opposing Goebel. At any rate, thosein cipal F. I. Robertson, FrankA.
fear no rival in the production of that acter of the roads, and the distances ; poem;
I wish time to consider it. I shall charge of the arrangements insistedon conditions, each Walpole, Business in Oar Business
The lands which are our most which, under existing
grain. Goebel's remains carried
have nothing to say before tomorrow.It being travel to receive the ; Columbus B. Smith. Influenceof a
: formidable rivals in wheat culture can is possible that I may reach a con- from the capital to his home without patron has should to be accompanied, the Press Upoa Society and Government -
mail and
; not produce corn. clusion late this afternoon, but it is traveling over any of the rails of the rough ; Philip Isaac, The Editor at a
by a
wherever possible,
very doubtful if I do so. I wish to Louisville and Nashville. routes, Home; E. O. Painter, Foreign Adver- '
indicating the route, or pro-
The news of Washington's death consult with my lawyers at some This bit of sentiment caused the tising; J. Ira Gore. The Future of -

lenghth before saying anything or special to be run into Cincinnati on posed. Journalism in Florida
was not received in New York city "The petition, when properly signed ; George W.
the Queen and Crescent. After cross-
I after taking any action. be sent to representative Wilson, The Morning Newspaper: in ;
until Dec. 22, 1799, eight days ing the Cincinnati Southern bridgethe should your
National Questions; Rev. J. C. Porter -
in or to one your
he expired. What tremendous stridesin train was run around through the congress
The agreement signed at the Louisville I senators, with a request that he indorse The Duty of the Press to Public
means of communication have been yards of one railway into the yards of ,
his recommendation of Morals; P. A. Vans Agnew, The Edi- ,
convention is in substance as another in Cincinnati and
made since the Father of His railway Fred L. Robertson
Country torial
transferred 'back into the service asked, and foward the petition Department! -
follows Kentucky over
s departed this mortal life. : I I to the department" Needed Legislation; John G.
i First. That if the general assembly, the Chesapeake and Ohio bridge, and Collins, How to Make the Association -
in session shall resolu- thus reached the Chesapeake and Ohio Practical Benefit Miss Nellie Beck '
joint adopt a of ; ,
;:t." -Now comes forward an expert to de- their action depot in Covington. This route by Was a Mistrial.
..:- tion ratifying recent The Woman's Department in the
,-, ...-.. clare that white bread is a scourge oft train involved about twenty miles of The jury in the Hewitt brothers a'
.. adopting the contest reports seating Newspaper; F. A. Mann, Florida.Past
'humanity. When it looks back on Goebel and Beckham, the contestants, additional travel and half of this distance murder case at Jacksonville failed to Present and Future.

the number and variety of the scourges W. S. Taylor and John :\IarsbaUshaUsubmit was through the railway yardsin 'I agree and a mistrial ordered.

it has been for so many years prior to without further protest. Cincinnati.The After the jury was discharged, the Letters patent have been: grantedfor
{] demonstration in honor of Goe- asked to the cause of
Second. That all shall unitein jurors were as
parties the incorporation of the Doty
this enlightened period unconsciously bel in the and which he find verdict. It
I an effort to bring about such a mod- city county, their inability to a Stowe Company 'at Jacksonville, witha

,it eruluring.humanity must be staggered ification of the election law as will had represented in the state senate for was discovered that nine were for con- capital of 3100,000.: The general: nature

I at its own staying power. provide fcr non-partisan election twelve years, was peculiar and simple. viction and three for acquittal. Whichof of the business to be transactedby
boards and insure free and fair elec- A large detail of police was stationed the twelve hdd out was not learned
-- it is the conduct of a wholesale:
., A tidal wave on one of the Molucca tions. about the depot and another detail the.jury having agreed upon at least business the purchase, sale
kept tho streets clear from the depotto and that was not to tell the grocery
has Third. That conditions shall remainin one thing
Islands killed its thousands, and and otherwise aequiringanddisposiug
the Odd Fellows' hall, where the of the wlp stood for
until the names jurymen
statu Monday general
quo of and other merchandise of
the news occupies a paragraph in the groceries
and body lay in state. While the demon acquittal. One of the three jurors
assembly meeting adjourning "
the erection ,
like nature building ,
papers. The east is prodigal of life; from day to day until that time. stration was participated in by both wanted to acquit Dick Hewitt, and ;purchase, holding, sale, i
its thousands die and hardly a ripple Fourth. That nothing shall be doneto city and county officials, yet the com- find a verdict of guilty against Lum I otherwise and
mon people made up the long line of and Moss the others wanted to acquit or acquiring disposing
marks their engulfment. If ever the hinder or prevent a joint session of ; I of all such buildings, warehouses real .
the procession. Moss Hewitt and find verdict against
of the general assembly for taking
of the individual
r.- development comes property and all the necessary barges,
action the ratification resolution. At no time during the forenoon was Dick and Lum. In this they appar-
in China what a power it wijl be. But Fifth.on That the state contest board there any cessation of the current of ently all agreed that Lum Hewitt was I vessels or other' craft, animals the or ,
vehicles that be for .
the very superabundance of life seems shall meet and adjourn from day to people passing the catafalque. connected with the murder, but as of the may necessary of its

assurance that the unit there will always day until Tuesday without taking any Later in tie day excursionists .these three jurors could not agree, I purposes transportation
and the conlzc
merchandise ?
reached the city from adjoining coun- they decided on no verdict whatever, proper
for minor
keep his place of unimportantatom. action on the contests state i of the '
of the business
ties. : crossed the from comI'J.lY.The
Many bridges
offices. This postponement is sug- I and held out until discharged.
4 gested in order that the action of the Cincinnati, and the attendance from The surprise created by the resultof I

Trained men for the diplomatic, general assembly! on the ratification Bellevue, Dayton, Fort Thomas, Lud- the trial was very evident, and expressions following is the record "f the

resolution be taken first. low, the Highland and other Kentucky of opinion were many in the business at the customhouse a: Fer-
consular and colonial service are cer- may
I : Sixth. That the state troops shall suburbs was very large. courtroom. The many attorneys in the nandina during the month of January:

tainly to be desired. Perhaps our interests be removed from the state capital at The remains lay in state in Coving- room talked freely on the matter, and Thirty-four entrances and 32: clearances -

l'-.. 4 have not greatly.suffered in the once with all necessary precaution for ton until 10 p. m., and then they were the Hewitt brothers were fortunate in of domestic vessels; 13 foreign

past for the;.want of such men, but the public safety. This matter is to 1 placed in charge cf the guard duringthe not having a jury composed of law- entries aud 7 foreign clearances.

;" our broadening relations.will make an be under the direction of General night and conveyed back to Frankfort yers. The general opinion freely expressed Lumber shipped' coastwise amounted

t. imperative demand for Daniel Lindsay, of Frankfort. by special train Wednesday morn in the courtroom was that the to 10, 169GJG;: feet, and 1, Gllj:: for-

and representatives Seventh. That the Republican offi- ing, to lie in state until the funeral. failure to convict arose from the unwillingness j eign. There were l,70i tons of phos-

administrators thoroughly ''quali cials and officers of the state guard of all to find a verdict of phate rock shipped to foreign ports.

,"1 '.:.;: .'. fled for the (duties*, argues the Omaha shall have immunity from charges of BOARD ..\. OLI slItn. guilt upon circumstantial evidence,

Bee. These the schools will supply treason, usurpation, courtmartial or South Carolina" Dispensary Rules Radically although all declared that they wouldso Wayman King of Escambia county,

? (1 i as far as' ifeeded' instruction Is. cou- any other such offenses. Ch n.el. find, if the evidence should leaveno l on :September lt;, shot and! killed Victoria -

erneJ.thousb'-tbey. The agreement was signed by the room for doubt. Watkins. He was tried at the "
give men
The South Carolina state board of .,
fall convictedof
following: term of the f' r. nit court, :
: the characterand: tact which are as liquor control is to be abolished and
Marshall murder in the first without
-) Republican-John JudgeW. South Florida Chaataiiqua. degree "
.essen'tialas education. However, the J. Barr, General Dan Lindsay, T. I the management of the dispensary to A very interesting program is being I recominenation to the mercy of the .

" ,I .' j new impulse is in the right direction L.; Edelen, Dr. T. H. Baker, David I be radically: changed. The senate bill prepared for the South Florida Chau- : court, and sentenced to be hanged.

4" w t' and therefore- be encouraged. W. Farleigh, T. C. Ballard. to provide n new system of government tauqua to be held near Mt. Dora Governor Bloxham has designated Fri .

_' --..... .h ": ---tt-r Democrats-J. S. C. Blackburn, J. was passed in the house Tues- March 7th to loth, and as the locationis ('II day, March 9, for the execution of.
--- and Governor will '
-' The antomatic'vbtingaehine. was C. W. Beckham, Sam J. Shackelford, day McSeeney one of the most delightful in all the I King, at Pensacola. Mt

-y. : Urey Woodson, James B. M'Creary, approve the act. state, it is hoped it will be well at- "
rt used in Buffalo and UTica in the latel'l I -
1 ;: .. Phil Robt. J. Breckiu- The vote in the house was 77 to 24 ,
t Thompson, tended. Lectures on scientific, literary A Jacksonville dispatch : H. r
election. As showing its efficiency, in favor of abolishing the board. The
ridge. I theological and other topics can H. Buckman, a Democratic lawyer, It
.as compared with ordinary ballot Tho not out action of the general assembly is the I
l'l I agreement was given I be heard. A normal bible classwill has been removed as assistant United
counting, the Utica Observer, within i Monday night.as it was desired first to result of dissatisfaction all over the be held each day under a good instruc- States attorney aud I. A. Zaebarios, l'
state caused lack of in the
by harmony
submit it Governor for his
14 minutes after the I Taylor
I : polls, Republican, appointed to the position.
board. tor.The
There chargesof
present were no
signature. It stated the Republicans .
was by grounds but mile from
are one Buckman
: printed and put upon the street an accurate dishonesty in the speeches, was asked for his resignation
t that Governor Taylor would open Mount Dora, where can be found good n few weeks but refused to give ;.1'
and complete return of an elec- to that all"of them but it was plainly asserted that the ago '.
agree anything stores, hotels:, churches and other it, and removed.
} tion in a city of over 60.000 inhabi- signed. factional tight among the members on things of interest. I was ".0' .iJ .
the board had hurt the state. ,
tants. The machine .
cannot be tampered
The grounds are on the line of the .t.
/ with, or made to "beat itself," MILLlO .lJOLL.\U COTTON MILL Plant System from Tavares to Sau- The West Const Naval Stores Company i
BRYAS'3 TOUR OF SEW ENGLAND.Brought purchased $ OOOO worth of river : t
ford. Tavares is
4 without showing indisputably the at- I. Plan of Business Men's League of At- : four miles from the
I grounds, where connection is front property nt Tampa a ft-days: 'o\
I made
lanta Ga.
tempt at fraud; and if it breaks down, to a Close at Hartford and
The amounts to two
with the Florida Central & ago. property $
Peninsular.For .
I It is announced that Atlanta, Ga., Bridgeport, Conn.
the record remains to the point of I hundred feet of water front, below the 1'sV,
particulars write C. II. Newell ,,
to have a $1,000,000 cotton factory, Thursday night William J. Bryan "
collapse and a new machine can be and that the Atlanta Business Men's finished the work for which his New I vice president, Pavares, Fla. Florida Central & Peninsular railroad ,J

7 substituted. The voter has only to I league, through its president, Hon. C. England trip was undertaken. He I I i i docks. The company will build extensive J.I .

_"'1: touch the appropriate keys to cast his A. Collier, will push it. delivered two long addresses. Tues The cassava: factory at Stetson has I I rosin and facilities there Several for handling --4:

Work in mapping out the details and afternoon in Hartford he to turpentine. ships !
day spoke
vote. stopped grinding roots for the :
presentwhile will be built immense
I for vessel?, l:
plan of organization of the new millis I an audience of 3,800. He took occa- they make changes in their dry- ,;
warehouses acconuacdation i
for the
r Speaking of oar e\poil of horses to now under way, and will be pushed sion to rap the knuckles of the insurance I ing apparatus. The manager, :Mr. H. I of all their business. The com- ;'"

\ Russia, the i'hi'avlelphu Inquirerf' forward with the utmost vigor. and manufacturing capitalists of i R. Waddell, attended the cassava convention pany llas also secured ground enough "

says: "Th 3" animals aro not to bttsel the capital city, "the splendidly at Sanford. He was accom- to make an immense rosin shed. Although .-
for military ur other I Young Hay at Pretoria. wealthy city of Hartford," as he put it. I panied by Mr. McLaughlin. oi Brooklyn I this is the last to

u.-n.-us AdelbeitS. Hay, the United States In Bridgeport he was wildly N. Y., who is one of the stock- company
purposes, but they are to t ei ve as tL> i consult Pretoria, was received by claimed upon his arrival, and later ac'I'I holders of the company. They express the locate in Tampa, it is the one to make

i I basis to improve the stock of the lar I tea lusvaal government Tuesday spoke to an audience which taxed themselves as well pleased with the largest for investment and pi: | immense business.
J sian Empire. Just as in the pat ,... .t -I l.:'csentcd his credentials. He cre- its utmost the largest theater in the results of the convention. an

imported stock from Arabia to brit ,i fed an excellent impression. citv. I -
I Mr. D. B. Paxton and the Florida
our own breeds up to a higher point iJl'RUHERS' OX THE MOTE. BIG MOimUUE( FILEDBy Letters patent have been issued for i i Lind and Lumber company are opening -

r I of excellence, so now the Russians the incorporation of the East :Florida a fine tract of timber land just east .

ave corning to us for like purposes." They Leave Ladymulth In Largo :Numbers Standard Telephone Company at; Atlanta ; I Printing Company of Jacksonville, of Seville, and are locating a colony

American breeders of the horse, who to Meet the Inrader. Ga. I I with a capital of ;50,000, to conduct there. Several families have purchasedand

.. have for A London dispatch says: Helio- The Atlanta Standard Telephone I I a general printing, binding and publishing others are coming in the uear fut -
years expended enormous Company has filed fcr
a mortgage business, including the
sums to obtain stock of the finest grams flashed from Ladysmith three 8600,000 on all its property, franch- selling of all kinds of paper, t ture.mill A turpentine camp and still,
saw and house and
quality, must feel gratified by the days ago say that the Boer investment ises, privileges of every description.The books and stationery; the printing, cotton gin cannnry will be located sugar there at once.

ever increasing deinaud from Europefor lines then were thinning, and the mortgage was made to the City binding, publishing and selling of all .

the of burghers were moving in force toward Trust, Safe Deposit Company of Phila kinds of books, magazines, pamplets -
our great farms. the 'fugela, indicating that a collisionwas delphia. The mortgage was issued to and own and sell copyrights.One By an act of the last legislature the

Our export of hcrses of all kindsforthe expected there. This intelligencebears secure bonds and to take up another town of Madison is taking steps to refund -

trotting and running tracks, for out other signs that General mortgage of 500,000 in favor of the $16,000 worth of waterworks

pleasure or business purposes-is the Butler purposes a fresh attack. Atlanta Trust and Banking Company.The year ago Florida had 532 old bends at a lower rate of interest, and t

result of long, patient,scientific breeding Lord Kitchener has been travelingfrom company will issue bonds of confederate pensioners. In 1899 the proposals for bids, therefore, are now
army to army in northern Cf.pe $100 denomination to redeem those legislature passed a new law, under advertised, no bid for more than: 5 per

until at last the excellence of the Colony, and General French, by in- now outstanding of $1,000'denomina- which Florida had 547 pensioners cent to be considered. The county

American horse is acknowledged in all structions, is now in Cape Town consulting tion. The new bonds will bear 5 per rolled, besides numerous applications is considering the advisability of doing

c countries. with Lord Roberts. cent interest and are payable in gold. pending. the same thug es to county toads.

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Sharp Practices In Golf. ----
'rVAST 1. -
ARMY '-h Terror. I
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In regard to the sharp practices that "What a ptliar: exercise the new

are sometimes resorted to in golf this recruits are g.lug through. I mean Jam

: TO THE FRONTEngland story is of int&rest. It is told by a reliable that up and down motion with the f

golfer as a fact and illustrates arms. What is it?" Past 80

the keen interest in the success of his "That's the pump exercise. It's for TAlP6U&

employer which many a caddie evinces use on leaky transports." : !
often at the cost of his employer'sreputation i and Not fe&J

Now and always at the cost of Eczema In the Feet. .
Force "
a his own place It he is discovered. On In fact, tetter, ringworm and all skin Hair Send your name and address on a< :1'r
this ocaslon the player's ball was disease are cured by Tetterine. Mr. Gray : .
) : ( 213,000 For South Africa.IS postal and wi will send you our 56- *
found lying behind a big stone in a Lee D. Martin, of San Antonia, Texas "
illustrated catalogue free.
bunker. The crafty caddie gave the says; "I am suffering with a vio- page ,:

stone a kick accompanying the act lent oasa of eczema in my feet. Please : .. I hive used Ayer's Hair WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. '

THE LARGEST ON RECORD with remark"D'ye think that's wood?" send me a box of Tatterine. Mr.: Vigor for a great: many years 176 Winchester Avenue Kiw: Haven Conn. .:',

The act resulted in the stone being Moore, of Moore & MoFarland, Memphis ,: and I '
although am past eighty !y \!:
-- moved sufficiently to permit the golfer Tenn., laYs it cured him of a : < ':

Their Armament Includes Four to find his ballIn a playable position. similar oasa." Sold at druggists 50c.a years of age yet I hIve not a gray BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR a-

Horace Hutchinson is authority fora box or sent postpaid by J. T. Shup- hair: in my head*- Gco. Ycl- the grandest and fmam-telling beck rer pnbliahad.

c Hundred and Fifty Death story of even deeper craft on the trine, Savannah, Go.Ac Iott,Towson. MdL. Aug. 3.1899. Pulpit EchoesOR '

, 'jf4' Dealing Modern Cannon. part of a caddy. This one Hutchinson ,

.fro _- says carted with him a supply of Ingenious Invention.A J '--IIf Containing LIVING Mr.TRUTH JUXKOVM FOR beat HEAD Si rmnna AND. UK with ART.6wO ""....... '!."
Thrilling tonea,IncIdent..Prraonal EIp<'n.Dc"ate. u tol& 4'
green-painted wooden pins. With these young man in Worcester, Mass., .
iT. ..t A London special says: Mr. Wynd- he generally waited until the light be- has invented a loom for weaving I By D. L. Moodyrmxlf ,I \. \: :.
; ham's remarkable declaration in the gan to get a little uncertain and then Have You \ With 4 yI
straw matting that does away with I a complete hiitory of hlalift by K T.CIiAlf. \ ':
I GOd, Faitor of Mr Moody.Chicago Church for ere tar., ,S
: house of commons that Great Britain when chance afforded him an opportunity I the shuttle. An ingenious contrivance I end an Introduction br 1(.". LVM AN ABBOTT.. ) .1. \ ....,.;
t Brand new lUlU r..h'"lltllru'* C "I.4l0fJ
:: mor .t
r will have within a fortnight 180.000 he inserted the pins heads up picks up the straws and pushes them AGENTS! W ATrIMen aDd Wuiwn. fCTS lf. a a
in the green in the line of his opponent's -I(I through the warp as a harness on the lmm.nae-a A. U. WURTIIL"harrnt time"TO for. k Annta.CU.. Bartfard.!Hand for terma WilL to .

.>Canaliana' put. As might be expected loom draws the straw warp up and Lost It ?

.( this often caused the gutty to take a : down. Most of the straw mats usedIn I BalMr'.Kap: .IBIUM 'Spt Yk atisttll*-
g''!aRlch -
,&, South African volunteers is received bad turn there by missing the hole. America are woven by hand In food f Catalog

tlf with wonderment. Of this total of While the exasperated player would' Manila. Japan and China. Some of : FARM tell*. -

be swearing at the wiriness of the the finer grades of matting come from We mean all that rich dark *; ? SEEDS .
: 213,000 troops, with 452 guns, all are -
.. grass at a favorable moment the caddy India. Machine made mats will be a color hair: used to nave. ton T laliff'i aeedi ar ffirraatat to rndaea' ,
now there, with the exception of aboat would put his foot on the pins andrI'"e novelty In this country.We your '+ "Mialon Luther,I.Troj.Pa.,aMonUaxI U.....14 .
i But there is need of If crowlns laobuholi Blf Fee O.u.1.B.d....
18,000 are afloat. Beyond comparison no : mourning -
them into the sod thus destroying aaI' coll. Wla., ITS but barley: aid B Larrjay.. .
a this is the largest force Great refund lOo of PuTNA.K it. for lad it &.d.W'IIIrlICla....bjurowln*JVObojU.Sa:..,lourap '
all evidences of his guilt. A cer- every package over you can: '"r aera. If you dtrabt, wrlta .'''''. Wa run la gala "
:' : Britain has ever put into the field. tain Scottish player is said to have FADELESS: DYE that alls to Rive satisfaction | 100,000aew ..no"'..*. been"" wnland.autal :-
Monroe Drug Co., Unionvtlle, Mo. again.Ayer's. 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR IOc. _
At the end of
the Crimean had a
war she trained his collie to his 10 .... ......
push opponent's Sold by all druggists. fkf of ran sum .r.-s.IC l Bank, tin J 1
Hair Vigor always restores Cora-Sp tu, HO bulb.food and
scraped together 80,000 men. Wellington prMlouof 4 too bar "!
ball into the burn with his nose. par acra- aboa oarf anil barley. B,3.....ln...... d s
.;; at Waterloo had 25000. -New York Sun.lofantife. "Man wants but little here below," color to gray hair. We -Kapa.taa freaU.il Bprtcc w Rraaa oval.on.C.r.rth,laalaillaf. Saljir ear.*1/mamBom aa.- .
Mr. Wyndam's speech was the 'Twas e'er so from his birth- know what rlaai"raiUDd seed Catalog tclllnfaU
exactly we are about Baiur a Great Mlllln Dollar
say- o
strongest defense the government has Exelusiveness. It's different with the other sex; Potato, all maila4 (or tOl:. _tip; 1 t .ti
jet put forward as to what has been There Is a little Sixteenth street girl, Fair woman wants the earth. ing when we use that word ftaad avwtiTaly PatatoM wvrtk.I.lOabbLn4.|10 to tata/U?. ..

done and is being done. The general still under six, who may be describedas -NT. Y. Town Topics. always." rieaae 26 pkll'l T.pie-- "Catsts' .
klaawdaWO. ,
tone of the morning papers is that hit the limit In the matter of sensitive aendthUa T.wltk __ <. f'P'
It makes the hair heavy t aloe,ik, '.
A figures will astonish the country. ness. Likewise she has her points in STATE OF LUCAS Onto. CITY OF TOLEDO, (t3s. grow low Kol'a'. a''t_ -' ._Y .
Roughly speaking only 80,000 men respect to dead gameness. She was FRANK J. CHENEY mike oath th I t be is the and long, too : takes out every ,

are at the front Ten thousand others taken out to Takoma Park about a I senior Co.. doing partner business the In firm the of City F. J.of CHENEY Toledo.& bit of dandruff and stops falling Malsby Company )

':; have been lost and 10,000 are shut up week ago to spend a few days with County and tate af orennid. and that waul firm of the hair. Keep h on ,
\' at Ladysmith. her aunt. The tot played around In will Dl.ytbesllmotosE HUNDRED DOI.LARstor
t each and every case of CATARRH that cannot table and it 39 S. Broad St.. Atlanta, Ga.
;, Excluding these there are 70,000 the front yard of her aunt's pretty be cured by the use of H AI.L'S CATARRH CUKE. your dressing use t

S troops who hare not yet been in ac- home for a whHe. Then her aunt leta Sworn to before me and FRANK mbsc'ribed J. CHENEY.in my every day. $1.00 a bottle. Ail Inuhte. Engines and Boilers

ion in addition to those at sea. Why playful little fox terrier Into the -'-) ne'enre, this 6th day of December, Steam Water Heater, Steam Pnmpa aDd f 7-

"l"L so many effectives have not yet been front yard, saying to the child: {'SEA--I iV'! A. D. 18S5. A. \V.Notary OI.KASON.Public. Pen rth7 Injector. f.4eorl

t' engaged is explained by the lack of "This is your little four-footed Hall's Catarrh Cu.-U taken internally,and Write the
land and the cousin." ct! directly on the hlt;',,}and mucous surfacesof
transports organization
r .f' the system: Send for testimonials free.F. .
..,: of supplies, to which Lord Lord Roberts Five minutes later the aunt returnedto J. CIrI NEY& Co., Toledo, O.. desire If you from do not obtain all the benefits yon
use of the Vigor,write
f is devoting his experience and the front yard to call the kid into Sold Hall's by Family Drucii itu Pill,.TJC.are; the *gt. the Doctor about it. He will tell you just .
Lord Kitchener his genius for details. the house but She wasn't anywhere to the right thing to do,and will send you J
his book en the Hair and Scalp if you >
.if It the of be The fox terrier VITALITY low. debilitated orexhau.td cured it.
seems as though weight seen. was playing by Dr. Kline request Address
Invigorating Tonic. TREE
tl ,..
a these masses must destroy the equilibrium alone. There was a scrambling huntfor trial bottle for 2 weeks' trt'&tment. Dr Kline, Dr. J. C. Arcs, Lowell :Mass.
Ld.,9:1:: Arch bt,Phlladelpha. Founded 1871. -- --- ,
which now holds the British the tot, and all kinds of alarm but ----

\ forces stationary wherever they are in the little girl didn't turn up. The aunt Manufacturers and Dealers in

contact Lack with of transports the Borer or army.organization hustled home with into her town.mother.The little girl was s "PUSH!! PUSH!!! PUSH"r!!! Corn SA Mille.Feed MI1U.MILLS Cotton: Gin Machinery ,"a.

will not explain adequately why, when She had walked to the Seventh street i" and Grain Separators. :

,. generals at th*: front request re-en- road as soon as the fox terrier pup '- That's the way some dealers do Push SOLID! and INSERTED Saws, Maw Teeth and
cheap goods leeks, Patent .
Dog Blrdsall Saw
forcements, they get them in small was presented to her and, not havingthe because
1t the profits are large. Why let a man push a Mill and Engine Repair.,Governors>> ,Grate '.-
I numbers. Knowledge is slowly pene- price of a ride into town on the t 'cheap Buggy oS on you when you can get the best Ii Bare and a lull line of Mm Supplies, l>r1ce .

trating to London that large garrison L cars, had asked the driver of a groc- at only a dollar or so more? Do you ever think about and by quality: roentlonlng of goods this guaranteed.paper. Cataloguefree

must be kept in Cape Colony to hold ery delivery wagon to give her a lift / it that way 7 V 1tVel .. '
Too can earn f 90 rro.handUre :o
down the Cape Dutch who, as every j In. The driver took her home. Agents Wanted oar 1'\)1'Ira1t1and Frames per Write toss ,
j one knows, outnumbers the British "Why didn't you stay at auntie's?" See our Agent or .write direct R O CK HI'7.. 2ocrciYH.Iit C: t terms. C.B.And.ton*Co..STi Sim st,Dallu. r.x.;: '

residents three to one. her mother asked her, in surprise. b. ..... TAR"- '' .. 1I. ... );3".'. J"O.-' .7; ''' :- .. MentIon this Paper!"tDNtmu-19QO..6.x.to a t'ertI3l'rs. jl
Cable scraps received during thelast "She introduced me to a dog!" replied i

'. ] twelve hours do not further il- the haughty young person.- "

Inminate the military operations. Various Washington 1'ost. .1 J''D
--- .
independent correspondents confirm "
Our Increased Trade with China. ... : 'j.
that General Bailer told his troopson J.
England can n> longer compete with us in '. ;
January 28th that he hoped to relieve ;
Ladysmith within a week. It is the shipment of many products to China. .
Our trade with the Chinese has increased al-
believed in some rather trustworthy m lit forty per cent. within the last jear"ihls /
quarters that he is again assailing the is inertly natural. The best wins in .
eiylhlnjr For a like reason, HoB'ettcr'n j
Boer lines.A Momach ilitter", the best remedy In the 1 j .
further list of casualties publishedby couutry, has for fltty yars acknowledged no t
superior to cure i-oiibtii'atlou, mdl;;estion! \
the war office bring the total from dyspepsia and LlUou"uc,. ...... _t ..
the crossing of the Tugela to tho abandonment --- -- .
Shortest Dajs of the Year. .. 'f ,
of Spion.kop to 1,935[ officers '"
\Vere having:; the shortest days of the ., '''' tb
and men. year now" said Tarbox. I I
Exceptional activity at the navy "You bt.t we are," said Urine*, as his ; >' __ i
hands camu out of his po'kllbeml.ty.lIlrll. : .
yards continues, but a correspondentof ,...1 ,, ;;:.
the Associated Press learns that Winslow'a :toothing Syrup for children ".

: this is chiefly refitting work. Threeships Uou teething, allays"ofteus pain thu cures KUIIII wind, redtict8 colic.Oc InQamma-a buttle.Pi ':

will be commenced atDevonportthis b
!o's Cure for Ciin'nmpio-i is an A No I 1l : t
month. A*>tUutiinidic \\.lt.\ViLLlAMSAnticcU Complete

Some unpleasant criticism of the Ills., April 11. lIill'_ __

war office has been caused by the discovery An Old Ilelic.

that the sights of the Lee- Dr. W. W. Dellartof
JacksonrllK Fla., has
Enfield carbines are defective. Old one of the most valued Coniedetato relKsthttcan .
be found Iiuywnt'r... Ills nU-ely c ,rvetl II Internal T D
carbines have been supplied to the clRarholdPr m.iotioe the property of Ad. a
outgoing fourth brigade of cavalry. mini !St mines and he ;:noke maud of the :
luiuous Confederate battleship'
The only announcement regarding S

fresh military preparations is the .
formation of three additional bat- Alabama.Dz11r

teries. I- $ I BowtoCar'v


New From the Front Indicate That II*
Has llccio.ed the TtiKwlft ISIver. Croup and Whooping-Cough Consisting of CUTICURA .'" S4I

The St. James Gazette (London) Unexcelled: : ,;, sure for rc:!>>ulls.Consumptives.Kcfusc kubstitutes.Trial Givesquick I 'E cleanse the skin of crusts f "

t, pays it is reported on good authoritythat m.BalltAwrcrrelt: outarU. ,23 ft.,.5c. soften the thickened cuticle,
General Bailer! has ajain crossed -- I :
the Tugela river at three places and : O 1 N"" 4...."'1 ''m1o0 ment (50c.) to instantly .' "':

that fighting has been renewed. I POTATSi I tation, and inflammation, {
The war office has no news of Generalll p fl
I heal and CUTICURA j
r's alleged movements as 'flI I I I arg:.'t.... l.rh..to.. up..r..I..rk..01l.r",.. B I Ilo I cleans the blood. A ';
porteo The St. James Gazette but < .<-r and turn S.4s..SJ thi nnticn sad I cool

tbe paper fays it has no reason!' to j'I f tf..II..t'.c.a''c. .It-OVER I is often sufficient !.t> cure Hie (O'j J t

doubt the'correctness of its information I 1 f JlH A...atutR'elm: (U., U l.ossK:, "1A.. ,'. f ( disfiguring skin, suup, ana .r.rI
although it has not yet learned o"' '0 .. 401.0OOd10wapvrnLit
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the exact positions Buller seized. ---- -I'I with loss of hair, when all
e S centaPYerywherett' pllnnrnew
LVN 1'. \ uj"l'laMt Itrthan. I F loll timnjhow Che world. PernaD.e(' O3.r, PttpftjKwoa. It.
( y.'rNl,.u lu uj.lu.Clifj than herP.CIIB 1 -
FAST TRAIN WRECKED. 10l1.'aIlJl..11bt.;! cent a Juv P,d1-h..I ITAH I ._ '
Fully Kuara-itwJ: k"'aili ts.IHI big iu"n<>} ulsrr.bteudar '
.i Jas i-amy.Co, htl! ]lie hiy "u SL.Cit1eago.SlHK.
BUD Into Open Switch nMulling la the -- -- -'-- .

Death of Three Men. I r-

The fast train on the Plant systemwas C !! '

wrecked 20 miles north of Tampa, Luy it of storekeeper. r hy aw

Fla., Wednesday night. Engineer 0- __ ____ ._ ____ __ -- :I
Kennedy was instantly killed. Two ICYANT &: STKATTOV (fHool..ke-t'I.IUj; M RA
passengers were killed and a numberinjured. B nCinfP'rnllPTpLous\llle.! I Shorthand
II ., ", II hy. Telegraphy II
Cost no more than. 3d class schc ul. Catalog tree ra.Q
The mail, express cars and two ay' - -'- --- ------- I

coaches were thrown from the track DROPSY NEW DISCOVERY; *',vea .IQ
quick r..he'And cu..s w tat
and turned over. The Pullman cars c.v.- BIKI of t.atrmomnl..ud 1O days' treatwe it a ..
Free. Dr. B. h. GBExlt'I boNS. Box B. Atlan;*. Sa
were not derailed. The accident was a' 1>

_I caused by the train running into an 11X

open swith and colliding with a freightcar. ; CURBS WiikB All LSt FAGS.
It is believed tint the switchwas Beet Cough syrup. Taate. Gool. UaeIn
time. Fold by drog I t.. .
opened by some person with the M ea i
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"Natu Abhors i Vacuum." A

AGREEMENT INJUNCTION Soothing in stands stiJL If "

.. you are well and strong day by day The v

i blood supplies its\fide of vigor. !f you are r f
DRAWN UP President Will Not Interfere Ini IS ASKED FORTo Conflict Between Civil and Mili- HI the Blood is <&. cng and carries inatai- '

i t
quantities di cased Yott-can-
trig germs.
Kentucky Fight. I tary Authority Averted. not change Naturt, but you can aid fief by ,

keeping the blood\pvre.\ Hoofs Sarsapa-

Looking to a Settlement of the AT LEAST, NOT JUST AT PRESENTCabinet Restrain Gov. Taylor From TAYLOR IGNORED HABEAS CORPUSIn sun r&a does get this Hoofs a.',, nothing because else can. Befo '

Troubles In Kentucky. Interfering With Lawmakers

So Decides at Friday's Meeting. the Meantime He Release. Prisoner : -1'

Delegation Called On 1 I of HU Own Volition and Affair r


of Demo Governor A Phrenolojkal View .{ (rlfcr. JAn
delegation Kentucky A Frankfort special says:

crats, consisting of Senator-elect Taylor Saturday afternoon refused to appreciation of President Kruger
Republicans and Democrats Oet Cantrell Issues Order WhichIs Is displayed in the window of the Irrigate
Blackburn and Representatives Rhea acknowledge the existence or permitthe
Together and Work For Tacked On Taylor's Doorat Circus pbtCl1o ctit'I, attractinga
Wheeler, Smith, Allen and Gilbert service of a writ of habeas cor-
fair share of public attention. It
Peace and Harmony. and Colonel Phil Thompson, called Capitol Building.At pus issued by Judge Moore, of the aeeems very like,an appreciation most

.. upon President McKinley Friday at county court. Taylor thus tacitly sus- I I of us have reached without phrenoI-

A special from Louisville says: the white house to protest against Frankfort, Friday morning, the pended the writ of habeas corpus in ogy. "Mr. Krugor," says the professor .

--1 Shortly after midnight Monday night federal interference in the contest in Democratic attorneys filed with Judge the courts of Franklin county for the i "has a typical( Seer bead. It Is
i wide at all points in a line drawn from
Senator arrivedsoon
the Republican and Democratic conferees Kentucky. Lindsay I Cantrill in the Franklin county cir- release of Alonzo Walker, a stenographer -
after the delegation had been admitted arrested and the level of the ears upward. This Indicates -
who put
in session at the Galt house, and was immediately ushered :I cuit court a petition asking for an injunction into confinement, was after pinning a noticeof besides much destructiveness

r came to an agreement. A tenographer into the president's private office, to restrain Governor Taylor writ of injunction on Governor Tay- 9r an aggressive tendency a high de-
was summoned and a document was where the conference was in progress. .. from interfering with the meetings of lor's chambers in the executive: building gree of secretiveness, cautiousness and

Senator Blackburn and RepresentativeRhea the legislature.The which under the con acquisitiveness. He is instinctively
drawn up for tho signatures of the Something ,
distrustful, slow to decide to speak
acted'as spokesmen.
stitution of the state of Kentucky,
participants, in the conference. They explained their deep solicitudelest petition covers the full situa- eannot be done legally except in cases to act. The lower put of his forehead

.' If the agreement drawn up at the a collision should occur betweenthe tion, and asks! that Taylor and Mar- of rebellion invasion.. When Sheriff is larger than thft upper. With strong

conference is accepted and carried out, I warring elements in Kentucky and .. shall be restrained from attempting to Suter returned his writ unnerved to perceptive powers he has but moderate -

the strife which has rent Kentuckyfrom made the report that Governor Taylorhad exercise the power of governor and Judge Moore, the latter announcedthat reflective powers er Imagination.
The regi. of his head is
solicited federal intervention the religious n
enl to end for the few weeks lieutenant governor. he would see that the sheriff was
past text of their assuredthe large. He is well meaning and conscientious -
protest. They
sufficient to enforce the
The petition sets the claim that given power
will be ended. president that the law and consti- up to the degree which his race
mandate of his court. In
Goebel is governor and Beckham is so
.. Drawing and signing the tution of Kentucky had been strictly baa attained. Phrenologicaily we
up agree- lieutenant governor. South Trimble, used the following words:
'. ment was slow work, and it was after followed by the Democrats in the con- I speaker of the house, appears as the "Xo attempt will be made to enforcethe we should say that the Transvaal ques-
test over the governorship, and that tion is one of race, and race Is very
2 o'clock Tuesday morning when the plaintiff in the case. writ until Monday. At that time
they proposed to stand by the law. much a matter of brain development.In .
conferees separated.The i another demand will be made for the
Democrats gained nearly every The crisis that had arisen, they desired The court issued the following order i body of Alonzo Walker, and if it is refused this the Boer and the Briton are so
should be met in the courts and I very different that the same methodsof
,, point they contended for, and the to W. S. Taylor and Collier: a sufficient number of men will
and life
H??: .Republican representatives, Lieutenant determined by the law. be given to Sheriff Suter from Franklin thought can never satisfy
s Yon and each of are hereby notified both.-London :News.
The Democrats,they assertedwould you .
Governor John Marshall, General county and adjourning counties, as
t;' Dan Lindsey and Attorney David abstain from violence. They simply that on Saturday, February 3, well, to enable him to take possessionof
1900 will ask for order of injunction
an -
desired lawful and settle-
a '
Farligh gave assurauces that the orderly the capitol grounds and carry out
agreement would be accepted by Gov- ment of the controversy. Federal intervention restraining yon and each of the purpose of the writ. N wusWomen
r' and all others from interferingwith
would mat- you
ernor Taylor. only aggravate Thus civil and military authority in

the argument provided that in order ters, intensify the excitement and meetings of the general assemblyof Kentucky came face to face at last and
the commonwealth of in
". to leave no question as to the title almost certainly lead to trouble and Kentucky unless the ministers of one or the

.' of William Goebel and J. C. W. Beck- perhaps loss of life. They earnestly: any manner whatever, or from assembling other should recede from the positions

Lam to the offices of governor and appealed tb the president to avert said legislature at said city of they occupied there could be but one

lieutenant governor, respectively, the such a calamity by abstaining from London, Laurel county, Kentucky, outcome, and that was civil war.
petition this .ate filed in the
interference of sort. Senator upon
general assembly shall a resolu- any
tiou in joint assembly validating the Blackburn and Representative Rhea Frankfort circuit court: and from com- WALKER RELEASED. are ailing women. When .

acts on tliat subject since the legislature said that they were going to Kentucky mitting any of the wrongs or unlawfulacts Such a crisis, however, was averted
has female
has been prevented by troops and counsel peace and obedience to therein Bet forth. Said motion when Governor Taylor Sunday morning a woman some
will bo made before ordered the release of Walker.
from holding its regular session at the law. the Hon. James trouble she Is certain to

Fraukfoit. Senator Lindsay endorsed what his E. Cantrell of the fourteenth judicial While not recognizing in his action be and wretched.

As soon as the legislature should do colleagues had paid about the district of Kentucky, in the circuit the existence of the writ of habeas nervous
court in the court house at which had been out ia
Democrats acting within the law and room corpus sworn
this Beokham's title to the office of
was not to be questioned. constitution. The federal troops to Frankfort, Ky., at or about the hour behalf of "Walker Governor Taylor, With many women the

governor The Democrats grant immunity to Kentucky would, in his opinion, cre- fi 11 o'clock a. m. by releasing the man, removed the monthly suffering Is so
Service of the notice Governor most threatening sign of trouble. The
ate anarchy and cbaos. on.
Governor Taylor and his associates 1 that for
great t&oy aro
Taylor secured the most commanding officers of the
from prosecution for treason, The president in reply expressed : was despite! troops
usurpa- I stringent orders to the sentries to which guard the capitol grounds are Insane
tion of office, or contempt_of court for his great anxiety' over the situation, days positively ,
his profoundest wish that violence allow nobody to pass in or out of the careful to say that the situation is en-
what has beeu done since the shootingof and tho most dHfgont of-
capitol grounds. tirely a military affair, and that they
Goebel. These matters are to be avoided and that the contest shrjuld be
1(; held in abeyance for a week. Isgally determined. ,-THe I Orders to this effect were givenearly extend the writ of habeas corpus very forts of crdll ry trr ata

assured the delegation{, in I in the morning, but were revoked little consideration, but whether they mont
According to the terms of the agreet' a general aro UIJUIPr..JNng.I .
ment the Republican legislature was way, that h.e. ai fired the situation later, and those having passes were regard it or not, Walker is free, and
allowed free to all of the Sheriff Suter will not be called
and tjM& federal intervention parts upon
to be withdrawn from London imme-
diately, and no filibustering or other would comC, only as a last resort, after capitol square.As ; to summon force in the attempt to I[ Lydia E. rlafchjm'i VcgUMc Compound ],
word I his release.
soon as was brought to secure
,- attempts of this character were to be !gbeen invoked by the properauthority
A resorted to by the Republicans to obstruct under the law and constitution Governor Taylor that the petition for I The appalling consequences which
the injunction had been filed the or- would follow such an effort on the partof conies promptly to the relief
!1 the carrying of this agreement ;;
J ders were renewed, but they were not the sheriff were too much for the
While the
-'in the legislature. ./ president spoke fin gen- of thoso women The
'I '**_ j *' renewed quick enough. Alonzo more conservative members of the
.ral the
The Democrats suggested that in terms, delegation expressed
themselves satisfied with i Walker, the stenographer for the Democratic party, and it was decided letters from women cured i
_: view of the great crowds expected as perfectly "-
y& 'j : Democratic pained entrance Sunday that no matter what Judge I
i Frankfort during the Goebel fuiy&'ai I his assurances. attorneys, by It proves this. This f
i to the grounds before the renewal of :Moore: should say as an individual, ;
ceremonies: the soldiers should be DSSCUS3FD; AT i I
withdrawn The CABINET MCETIIfO. i the order and watching his chance, i there would be no attempt to take possession papers constantly print" ;:
that Republican After the cabinet meeting Friday I pinned a copy of the notice on the I of the capitol grounds by forceof Ing them
an adequate guard beLgft
p i to pro- afternoon, the following statement door of the executive mansion, 'which arms.
tect Governor Taylor andf
his associates was made: action constitutes a legal notice to When Walker was released notice

j "The president has decided that no Governor Taylor. was served upon him that the charge The advice of Mrs.PSnk- -;

General'It, was filially agreed to leave to cause has jet arisen to justify the intervention Walkeraa at once placed under against him was still pending, and ham should also ha se ;

-,- D4g" Tiife y> one of the Ret of the national governmentin arrest and confined in the guardhouse. I.1 could bo pushed at any time if the

.... J1'rl.:" t trcrflrVrVTOC_-rCeS, tho deeftion as to Kentucky, and has so informed the Several of the Republican members military authorities should so decide. oueQlby ovary nervous

..J how niauy troops should be left to governor." of the legislature, especially those Various rumors were circulated in 'wamnal,. This costs nothing

-- 1.. prevent a dash us a result of the Goe- Some significance may attach to the I! living in the eastern part of the state, regard to the reasons! for the sudden Her address Is Lynn ,

a bel funeral, other troops to be withdrawn use of the word "governor" in this left Frankfort, Friday, for London, I II release of Mr. Walker, among them ,
"I at once from :Fraukfort. statement, inasmuch as the reply was I I Mass
where Governor Taylor called the legislature being a report that his release, by or- _
It was agreed that the board of directed to Taylor. to meet in session. der of Governor Taylor, was in defer-

I. election commissioners sitting as a ence to a telegram from Washington Vegetables
contest board should be allowel to ONLY BEUINMXG OF TROUBLE GOEBEL IMPROVES. his CHOICE
.. The condition of William Goebel discharge. find
,; meet at Frankfort without molestation Governor Taylor was too busy to be a ready
the Democrats that That Is What :Mark llnnna Says of the
considered better
agreeing no Friday night was
fr- Situation In Kentucky. seen in regard to the matter, but Ad- market-but only that farmercan
tt summary action be taken on these than at time since he shot.
General Collier
.. any was jutant emphatically
Senator :Marcus A. Hanna, of Ohio,
contest and that be done
_m t nothing The iron will and determination of the dried that any such reason existed forWalker's raise them who has studiedthe
on being asked for an expression of
without duo
y hearing of evidence and
wounded man that he will not die by release.
opinion concerning the state of affairsin
.r-f argument. said an assassin's bullet is, however, still great secret how to obtain
Kentucky, :
I TO CHANGE GOFBRT LAW. considered the main factor in sustaining TVATTEUSOX BLAMES L. & X.
"Regarding the political situation
,: The Republicans asked that some there I will nothing. Of courseit him, but on Friday night the at- both quality and quantityby
say tending physicians for the first time Attribute Ke: *n.ky Trouble* t* Rail
11 provision for a repeal or modification is a shocking state of affairs that a road's MnnlpmlatUa er Politic the judicious use of well-
held out for his ultimate
of the Goebel election law be included some hope
the of
walking a city, a Watterson editor
I in the agreement. The Democrats free man, can bo shot down by an recovery. Louisville Henry Courier-Journal, has of the balanced fertilizers. No fertil-

,/ agreed that to two leading Republicans givenout
assassin hidden behind
statement which in
a part say: izer for
and two lead ug Democrats "Xo matter what the provocation Vegetables can producea
"The head and front of
our present
should be left the matter of suggesting; may have been, murder is never justi Floyd' Ex-School Commissioner Goes to troubles in
Kentucky, at once the large yield unless it containsat
changes in the Goebel law believed to fiable.
The public affairs of any state Work at Convict Camp.
and the
source resource of the revolutionary -
be wise.t' may bft depended upon to take care of W. M. Bridges left Rome, Ga., proceeding by which Re- least 8% Potash. Send for
The acceptance of the agreement by theiii elrei without the intervention oft Thursday night to serve four years in has
the Vn'l<'iI'ala! was the only element of !lnvlto.s i abd the 80 publican government been for the books
i of armed men. penitentiary camp at Worth, time being struck down and a military our which furnish full
uncertainty.remaining in tho situation "1 know Kentuckians veil. In a miles south of Macon. _

when the conference endod. ( ;11--:', like tV piefent one their judg- Bridges will be given a bookkeeper's dictatorship Louisville and net up Nashville in its place Railroad, is the information. We send them-

r I It is probable that the Republican I m.'r-,'. i>' not always the best, and for position and wear the regular convict Company."In free of *

'U policy was materially influenced bj I wan J fear that t'ouble in garb. The prisoner will work for the the recent state campaign it charge.
rriJ.frt id only begun." Canda Lumber
the following telegram: company. supplied material resources in such GERMAN KALI WORKS

VOSTLY I BLAZE IX abundance as to draw out all the dangerous ,
"WAsnixarox, D. C., Feb. 4.- DAYTOX. "TURN THEM LOOSE.
elements of and Nassau St.,New York.
society to put 93
Hon. W. S. Taylor: The unanimous -
Ohio City Sufferers Property LOBS Aggre.Rating into activity all the forces of political --- ---
sentiment here is that
you 8500,000.The Senator Caffery Gires His Idea of What adventure. The two .Otf
leading parties to I S
are in preventing tho legis-
most disastrous Should Be Done With Filipinos. the contest LOVELY
were as
conflagrationthat nothing by com-
lature from meeting, and that you
should submit the disputed question has ever visited Dayton, Ohio, Senator Caffery, of Louisiana, in a parison with its gigantic machinery FAll

to the civil courts. Federal broke out in the tobacco warehouse of discussicn of the Philippine questionin for corrupting the election."

J. P. Waif Thursday morning.The the senate Monday broke new hand-pointed No
assistance cannot be given you on handsomer lamp made.
requisition so long as the property destroyed includesthe ground in developing his position as Tariff For Porto Itico. Sold. at manufacturer'spnees.
legislature is in session ir can be warehouses and factory of J. P. an anti-expansionist. With haracter- The senate committee on Porto Rico TKK1OHT.Mkes. PAT THIS

convened. There is no doubt but Wolf & Sons, tobacco merchants; E. istic courage of conviction he declared: has concluded its consideration of the A most. acceptable -
Bimm k Sons, grocers; Benedict & "Turn the Filipinos loose as soon present.IirauUful
it can be convened if you will bill providing a form of governmentfor colored cat.
permit. The Democrats intend Co., cigar manufacturers; the Dayton as we can get rid of them. That wouldbe the island. The rate of duty provided PA sagtae( LOR of hand-plnt

that if any violence occurs, you Paper Novelty company. better for them and infinitely better on artic'ta; brought from Porto LAMPS,freo.BANQUET

shall be the aggrossor. You will Wolf & Son, the heaviest losers, for us." Rico to the United States and for FtmrrLamp Guaraittffd. -

by forcible resistance alienate all were insured for $335.000; Benedict Mr. Caffery's argument was mainlya articles taken from the United Statesto Monty back if
; who formerly sympathized with & Co, $30,000, and the Dayton Paper discussion of the constitutional Porto Rico is 25 per cent of the you want it.3fannfactured.

your case. No assistance. An- Novelty company for 50000. The questions involved in the Philippine Dingley law rate. bJ'"IIUU1111Wrrt.
loss is estimated at Pimbare Glass
W. J. DsBO&" 500000. policy. Co.,
ewer. .
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; prices in their advertise The Ken and I Woman's Delicate OrganismEven "1 : .1
case; James
I .
II Read it, I Kite, the forn.er charged with as t j; Kodol ;J

a: Warren, who has been sank with intent to murder and j

rp I sister, Mrs: I H. H. I' the latter as an accessor before I the most vigorous
I';' for several weeks the fact to a sault with intent to I woman, living under the Cure

:r.-- I I in a few days for past her?ii | murder came up before JusticeG. (artificial conditions of Dyspepsia 1 }

I A. Gardiner Monday. today, needs a tonic- '
Branch Ga. '
; i The case was the outcome of the I regulator for her delicate organism Digests what you eat. It tk'

Posryville, Ind says: .difficulty between Ben Kite andJ. otherwise she is liable to i ItartificiallydigeststbeCoodandaid3 I i. .,; .JAI,.
used anything as good as I,. Wynn Saturday, January 27th, those untold sufferings that result I Nature in strengthening and reconstructing -
: ,
the exhausted digestive or- "fF
Cough Cure. We are in which Wynn received a blow on from displacement or some It is the latest discovered digestant ,
*= it," Quickly breaks the head fron a heavy piece of form of female complaints. i I gans.and tonic. No other preparation. 1 ',

I and colds.! Cures all brick thrown by Kite It was G.F.P. (Gentle's Female Pan- can approach it in efficiency. It instantly ,(/ J

lung troubles. Its use charged that James Kite incitedhis acea) gives that tone to the I relieves and permanently: i it/' *'
consumption. P'eas- female which insures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, "...;
brother to make the assault on organs Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea .
J L Gaskins. 1V) nn. healthy action and perfect Sick HeadacheGastralgiaCramp3 andallotherresultsofimperfectdigestion. .: ,%;
; --- --- .- Monday when the case was call- regularity. II [. :.J. "

I Calvin and nephew, J. ed by Justice Gardiner, A V oM your O. F.1'. to a young lady customer whomour Prlre 50c.and$1. Large size contains!4 times r i .
4 of Newton, rJ pliyslt-Un, had given up as hopelesii,and told her If mull bize.Book all a x>ut dyspepsia mailed free : '. Sy;
I Long, for the Kites It dlil her no good the need not pay for it. After takinff
at the New Commer Esq attorney one bottle ahe wa entirely cured and ha been In pood Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO., Chicago I I:1..
waived preliminary examination in I health ever since. J. R.iiu.li.AND..Moore'i Bridge.Ala. J. L. OASKINS. ; 4 k''fJ..
Lalvin came down to
offered the case of Ben Kite and he was It your case Is not fully covered by our fall IDOL vile, were \'isitingMr.. and Mrs. j.
sport by our
placed under a bond of $ for his "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES." Brown last
250 I Stephen Sunday .
and he and CaptV Writ In confidence for free advice to .
appearance at the opening term of LADIES HEALTH CLUB...re'".GeNtle C.. Log-rollings, rail-splittings and i
: are putting in the ......., Te... I
C. "
the circuit court ...,,-.. back-bone and rice is the order of t .j
in of birds. .
quest The case against James Kite was PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE.: the day. : '

dyspepsia for years. No heard and he was discharged. If your for drunrt It. otherwise does rend not handle us your C.order F.P.and aik ll.W him and toend I Stephen Brown is building a .1 'r. 1,

was so effective as Kod I we will supply you direct cxpreuage prepaid. 'I j new plank fence, which will improve :r. ;1.1'- ,
A CO., Chattanooga Ttnru h
Sampson City Notes. L.
( Cure It gave im the looks of our village. : :
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relief Two bottles pro- O. J Milam is again in the city, Nebo. I ir. ,- .
results writes Puddleville An old man in his second childhood f;
7 f S. J. I'resc visited The farmers are beginning to I 1.Jo1'1 ...
I'is never so idiotic as a ;
Albany, Wis. It Saturday.J. young
their land for and .
prepare planting, ;
you eat and cannot W. Ili'ton attended church at the cotton acreage will probably be father in his first babyhood.
L. Gaskins. ;i I : ,fl
J. Hampton Sunday.F. large. i jI .. .

Mrs W. J. Griffin have R Morgan, of Starke, was in D. J. Shaw made Nebo a call i Notice. .::;.;

ItJ to New River station, the city Monday. Saturday.J. :| TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN e. t,1
Miss Delia Winn, was the guestof Blackwelder Solice I herebv given that I intend apply :
J. made business
Griffin has succeeded a r
the Stale Hoard of Fard-ui for a wdou for th :;\
) of the firm of Mrs. S. J. Prescott Tuesday. trip to Palestine Saturday. j'I alegrdcrluteoraesai[ :t with int n: to murder tI .- "Q
t. J. W. I'oppe'l' of New River, ''I I Convicted May :'Qlh, 18 rA -n;jJa 4
& Powell, navel stores John Dukes and family, of DukesR',3 fc-'btfrt. : JAMES SIMMONS.
} y.\: :{:;
was in the city Thursday.Mrs. __.____ -:: ,
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Mr. Duggar and -= ==- ::: : :
Zeke Parish and children :
to Lanier, Ga., :'> ,- '. .-- u'I ..
gone -<.A' <: 'c- < -- will time i cut Sunday with her parents, 3:. J.Ito ; .
spend some Mr and Mrs. W. I. Deaver.
again embarks in busi- (: ; 1.z1 C".
Miss Alice Wynn, who spent .)
C :
the summer in Palatka, has returned ESTATE OF 1 .

no' risk Colic when, Cholera you<< i Mrs home.Hilton and daughter, IViss J J L. GASKINS t f;, '

: Remedy. J. L. Ida, spent Sunday at the home of (;. l: <

refund if Mr and Mrs Wiley Roberson.The (+J (+1 )t
your money
pound party given at the DR. J. COLSON., Manager, '.1; .
satisfied after using it. ,.9 G... I.,'. .
. ;. admitted to be Sampson hotel, was a grand success STARKE, Fla. 'j '
1 t+)
and was large] attended.
successful remedy in use r
t, and the I+ Dealer In f:. :, .
complaints on'y
Ward City. t.j .'\ ..

never fails. It is *pleas- G. W. Clyatt, of Providence, was j ( .: .
and reliable. DRUGS HEDICINESand
; in 3
."' --- our burg Wednesday.D. ,
A Nyberg who will J. Shaw and Miss Maggie l

:, the dress goods depart- Hyatt closed Bloxham school last 1 1 :
Friedman & Go's Friday DRUG S \

.' place, arrived a few Dr. W. P. Turk and D. W. Pin- ) + ,, :
r'P holster have just returned from a r ,; I
and is assisting Mana ?
j in the arrangement fishing tour to Putnam county.W. G J Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumery ,

::1\|\| Miss E. A. Nyberg, A. Tillis, of Myrtle, was in GI) and Fancy Soaps Hair and t ; -
) .'. .
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r Mr. Nyberg, will make town Sunday.Two Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods \:,) f: .: f;
{ with him during his stay car loads of fertilizer was $ .
1 he expects to be per distributed in this vicinity Monday W) A Specialty. I .' i

r Miss Alberta Osteen is visiting
" relatives and friends in ProvidenceD FINE CIGARS
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of the M. E. church J. Shaw and J. A. J. Pinhol- j) _
:> an entertainment at the ster spent Tuesday in Starke. ( C .

Fa!4 next Monday The refreshing showers are improving f j) FLOWER SEEDS. .( ,.:

J I, February: 12th. A pro the looks of the gardens.Rev f+\ (+1 .

-t, : and recitations has A. Crosby preached at De- (+;, Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and ( '-'lI.
t for the occasion dan Sunday. lie has moved to the 'I' I
) attention to
&f prompt given Compounding .
t refreshments will be center of town to be nearer. to his .

: A general admission fee business. Physicians' Prescriptions, day or night. c '\
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r \' cents will be charg- + '
Greatest Need. .. ..... 1 1"1.
r Spain's .....'
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f. "-.:>.::r !!.. .", ..T .!. :!>:!>:B-T: _"...- ...::! f
Mr. R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, c" '
I would go- crazy with Spain, spends his winters at ; J,
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i it not for Chamberlain's Aiken, S. C.Veak nerves had _
," writes Mr.V.. H.
caused severe pains in the back of
,t Herminie. Pa. "I have his head. On using Electric Bit-

w th rheumatism ter, America's greatest blood and REMOVES: THE CAUSE IS KNOWN FAR AND : i I
and have tried AND THE FAIN OF. NIAH8 THE OREAT-
years nerve remedy, all pain soon left
without number, but him. He says this grand medicineis I Inflammatory Rheumatism, SCIENCE AN1 ART OF I I
is the best medicine what his country needs. Alii Within TiCN :MINUTES, and ,
F hold ot." One applica- America knows that it cures liver complete1! a cur. aTcragii PAINLESS 'VJ'
one week.; witH bis marvelous TOOTH EXTRACTING _
I the For sale ? j
pain. and idney trouble purifies the I .
Gaskins, druggist. blood tones up the stomach, Hyperdomatic : Discovery And MINOR SURGERY and it '.
Which acts as an Anesthetic, treats all acute and chronic :
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, .
Anodyne.A Jtis pticanJ (!er- disea'1 of the skin the bloodtnicide. }
guarantees every vigor and new life into every .
: : : : and the nvrvou system.IT ,,1 !
Cnamberlain's Cough musce, nerve and organ of the t t f.
will refund the
monev If Weak tired
body. or ailing
who is not satisfied: af- BE ZKHCTOWJNTthat s
need it.
you Every guaran f>L
two-thirds of the contents. _
Sold L.
teed, only 50 cents. by J.
best remedy in the world I Gaskins, druggist. .* >

coughs, colds, croup I -- Dr. VAN ELDEREN '
i S
cough and is pleas- A Frightful Blunder ,
to take. It
prevents Will often cause a horrible burn, THE WELL KNOWN SPECIALIST, I
of a cold to result in
scald, cut or bruise. Buckien'sArnica ,
I Salve, the best in the In curing! In lam'na- ;'Rheumatism" and all thel'i I 4

Stokes, tlae successful world, will kill the pain and Chronic Infla'nnwtor i a \Yfitng, Diseases, besides ha'I '"i.

merchant, was in I promptly heal it. Cures old sores, ing a reputation in 'he 1 Ainle '\.'* r.nd skillful extraction of all .
days buying a' bill fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, I
ago teeth ami s'- above the
and mens' furnishings corns all skin eruptions. Best decayed : .ol'- tit! < > ? comparison

Canova, representing I pile cure on earth. Only 25 cts. a of any dentist or rhdo''I 'n' world, has returned to his

& Schaul, of Savannah. box. Cure :guaranteed. Sold by "
j -
L. Gaskins druggist. home on the Sanderson k.> .-. : miles from'Starkefrom
was in a good humor | J. ,
Pensacola where he has ;lor the months, I .
splendid business pros- ---- ---- prart: < past seven

I section, but still more Friends Best. and was so successful that '
I the recent arrival of a Tried "'

girl at his home. I For thirty years Tutt's Pills have Not a Single Case of Rheumatism _

bronchitis every winter I proven a blessing to the invalid. could be found in the entire City of Pensacola when he left, and more 1. 1

and no medicine gave me Are truly the sick man's friend. than a BUSHEL OF OLD TEETH were removed from its citizens .l.i '
relief till I .. .
began to
I Minute Cough Cure. I :: A Known Fact during his stay there. Our mode of treatment and success where all .1:

!I the best cough medicine For bilious headache,dyspepsiasour others failed, as well:! as the rapidity by which we reach results, are too .:l .

J. Koontz, Corry, Pa. stomach,malariaconstipa- well known throughout the State of Florida, and far beyond it, to re-

i; cures coughs colds, | quire any further statement. It is enough to say that those who suffercan
and throat tion and all kindred diseases.TUrf'S .
i i grippe find relief much quicker here at home than going to large cities, r.
troubles. It is the chil- | Liver PILLSAN
I \' remedy. Cures i ABSOLUTE CURE. where humbugs generally reside to catch the countryman's money '

J. L. Gaskins. J with false promises. I, ',

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I County Commissioners. 1 I

'j \ County commissioners met in I I

I I rcgubr session Tuesday*, February I :
6th. Members all present. Atitagain.u

The Bills by Justice G. A. Gardiner I c

and Deputy Sheriff J E J. Wain- "

.1" 'i right, for inquest over the body of I Once again we demonstrate our power

I Will Johns, at Lake Butler were I I II I and f.increasing the 1 I\ .
B. HAYNES I of cutting .
W. refused payment and laid over until price ...

next meeting.A purchasing power of your cash. As a
petition for changing public I

LJ.: road leading from J. B. Crews proof of this note the following

: COMPANY i 1 to Ft. Call so as to leave the I I

: Starke and Lake Butler road near : REDUCTION IN PRICES : 1 1I
Wiley Williams'place and to inter
-. sect the Ft. Call public road at or I Reduced from to

", near Sandy drain, was granted. I Good quality Black Mohair, $ .75 5 -50 ;
i Pension blanks, recommending .80
I 6 h"
r : t -IS- to the state pensions for Mesdames i Better '
'r Worsted .30 .20 F.rI
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B'ack Figured
Susan Adams, H.V.. Adams, J.
I M. Waters and GV.. Parish were I Black Arabesque Dress Goods, .30 .20 1 f" ,

I approved by the board. : Black All-Wool Henrietta .75 .50 ", I

CROWDINGTHE Bills amounting to 3899.15vere; : Skirting Flannel, .50 .40 t

ordered"paid. Brown Brilhanteen, .50 .25
The board then adjourned until Striped I t

the first Tuesday: in MarchW. : Blue Striped Woolen Goods, .40 .20 t

'1'. WEEKS, Clerk. Brown h" .50 .25 I } t
rr -Card -of- Thanks.--- : Blue Ladies' Cloth, .6:) .50 I j

,4WITH. Blue Serge, .40 30 I I } ,
\ :./ We wish to thank the kind peo- ; \{
.. I 20 pieces Dress Gingham, .12;.f .06
p'e of Starke for their extreme j
kindness to us in our time of trou- !110-4 Blankets (double), per pair, loo .75 l I'I }

A nAfinOTH STOCK OFSPRING ble and great sorrow. Although I II U U U 1.50; 125 i.

comparative strangers, to some of I I 12-.J" 2.50 2.0OWe t. i
them they made us feel that we
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not forsaken. I Ladies'and f
were can save you money on Shoes,
God bless and remember '
May !
Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Valises,
? them, everyone, when their time
; I
: shall come to taste the bitter cup, Groceries, etc. I a af :

{ which has been our portion. We I f i.I i.
i particularly desire to thank those Our Hardware is "going at" before

k. who came to our aid when most I the advance t 1
' prices.
.1 r \ GOODS. needed, namely, Messrs. G. A. I i s

1': Douglass, J. D. Alderman, L. C. I If you want to save money come and I f fi

: Hull, N. B. Hull, S B. Denmarkand I : A
[t I family, J. II. Roberts and fam- i see us.

nf ily, N. T. Ritch and Jas Kelley.

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I That-Throbbing'-- -- Headache- 1 a

Wou'd quickly leave you, if you 1
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used Dr. King's New Lite Pills --. -
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Thousands of sufferers have prov- I ,
ed their matchless merit for sick Thirty years ago Dean Farrar,at thai !I -
time plain Mr. Farrar and merely a Swing thee low in thy cradle soft,
and nervous headache. They Deep in the dusky wOod '
muter at Harrow school, delivered a .
THE GOODS ARE BEING OPENED make pure blood and strong nerves lecture in which he attaoked the system Swing Sleep thee UK a low papoose and swine should.aloft I
and build up your health. Easyto then in vogue of spending much time For sale in your little birchen nest ""
,- AS THEY ARRIVE. CALL take. Try them. Only 25 cts. over Greek and Latin verse. He urged Quiet will come and peace and rest.
. Money back if not cured. Sold byJ. that the practice should be abandoned If the little papoose is good.

'. AND SEE THEM. L. Gaskins druggist. in case of boys who had no aptitude for The coyote howl on the prairie cold,
I u____ such work. In place of this artificial I And the owlet hoots in the tree .
I \nd the big moon shines on the little child f
Discharged.The drilling the lecturer advocated the study 1 '
-- -------- -- ---' -- ------ -- ---- I As it slumbers peaicfully.So \
--- -- 1 case against B. E. Alvarez, tit acitnc and natural history as likelyto I' swipe thee high: In thy little nest
I P. Hutto, of Kingsland, Ga., benefit boys who cared nothing for ADd swing thee low and take the rest;
charged with counterfeiting was Tl at the nii1tInd! thee!
brings to
; Greek and Latin versification.
clerkship with E. I
accepted a S. Commissioner
heard by
Of oourse the lecturer was opposed by : Father lies on the fragrant ground. -
agent for the F. C. &
Goodeli in Jacksonville Thursday those who were believers in the old I Dr.anilnir of hurt and flght.
this place. After the witnesses And the pine leaves rustle with mournful
morning. hearing classical system. But he has receivedhis ; annnd
-- --- -
: E. L. Stewart who has been Commissioner Goodell con- reward. Then there was but one All tluronsjh the solemn night: :
i 1. I indisposed for several] sidered the evidence insufficient to well known school in England which But the htle: paooo-o in his birchen neil
hold Alvarez further and he was bad a "science master;" now there is Is awining: low ?-t he takes hit! rest.
' pastVa" sufficiently re Till the sun bring? the morning licht.
scarcely a school cf note which has not.
Wednesday to resume his discharged. Major T. E. Bugg, of Southern Workman. "
Then the "Latin verse"
system was :
I as special agent of the this place, represented Alvarez. universal; now it is almost entirely I ,
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Board of Health. abandoned.He i Both.
Notice to Tax Payers. I
-- -- --- also had the pleasure of receivingfrom !I Barber-How would you like yourhair
I troubled with rheumatism The assessor and collector will Charles Darwin a letter of historic cut sir-with the scissors or clippers ; ;
Chamberlain's Pain Balm a be at the following named places interest in the annals of English edu- ?

I It will not cost you a cent on dates mentioned tor the pur- cation, wherein the great biologut relates I.I Customer-Both. Use the scissors on

: does no good. One applica- pose of assessing and collecting his own experience, while a pupil, my hair and the clippers on your con

will relieve the pain. It also taxes for the state of Florida and in being snubbed because he preferred versation.-Chicago_ Record.Oeorge _.
sprains and bruises in one- Bradford county, during February, chemistry to the classics. He writes: MB MW
"I was at school at Shrewsbury under -I
the time required by other
... 1900: a great scholar. Dr. Butler. I learned Much surprise has been expressed at
cuts, burns, frostbites, Lake Butler, Saturdaloth.. absolutely nothing except by amusing -j: the keen sense for business shown in [
pains in the side and Guilford, Monday 12th, a. m. myself by reading and'experimenting i I the letters of George Eliot quoted in ..

... glandular and other swell I Thomas school, same day, p. m. in chemistry. Dr. Butler somehow I Mrs. Oliphaut's book about the Black-
are quickly cured by applying. Providence, Tuesday, 13th. found this out and publicly sneered at i: woods. But it turns out that the letter

Every bottle warranteed. 25 Stoke's store, Wednesday, i-jth, ne before the whole school for such I I were really dictated by George Henry
; 50 cents. For sale by J. L... forenoon. (roes waste of time. I remember he I,I, Lewes, who was an able business man t
called me a pococurante (careless, I and lookfd after her affairs so closely
;: ----- Worthington, same day, p. m.Dekle's ferent fellow), which, not indit.j I that, ia spite of the comparatively
Ladies' Aid Society of the mill, Thursday, 15th, ing, I thought was a dreadful email bulk of her work, she left a large

church will give a Wash forenoon. Dean Farrar, commenting on Dr. But I fortune behind her, all of it earned by
22d the Midway, same day, p. m. ler's miatake with regard to ,the gr' test her pen during a career of 21 years.
supper, February Litesville Monday, 19th, p. m. intellect which ever passed u..der ,I *
of the "Father of His
Ward City, Tuesday! 20th, a. m. his ttnuon cu.ls it a fault of the times The Aristocracy of Wealth.
A fancy work bazaar and nut of thojnaii. In thoo day "Mamma the De
Xif, same clay, p m. -; boys I Smiths are saying
, I be run in connection with the HamptonVcJnesday, 2 ist. described ch lUi try aa "btinkf" an-1 I that they are richer than we."

arid there is a prospect that Starke, ThursJav.: 22d Darwin's nickname at school was I "What nonsense child! Our suburban .
to i very artistic work will be of "Gas.outh's Companion. residence is assessed at 485 time
Sampson, Friday, 23d, a. m.
tdiaissa&E d for sale. The place has not I its real value while theirs is assessed 5
' New River same day, m.
I''' been decided on, but will be p. Melting MeUU. I at barely 828 times its real value."-
I Ii1 Lake Butler, Saturday, 24th.
:--uncecllater. A note concerning the peculiar phenomenon : Detroit Journal.Ma .
--- ---- Starke every first Monday and noticed in the melting oi metals -
Z; ere is no better medicine for Tuesday till books close. when under extended pressure haa a& BU Word.

= j ''noes: ; than Chamberlain's G. \V. Ai.nr.RM.YN, Coll'r. recently been published by H. Ci-chof: "Ham a care oh, my daughters
t ,;}h Remedy. Its pleasant W. J. EPPKRSOV, Ass'r. of Wiesbaden. When a metal is bt Ided : eaith tke> wise woman "how thou takest -
in a mortar of chemically alomin- : man at his word when he epeaketh
> -- --- pure .
and prompt and effectual .
' i : ium oxide, thoroughly dried cud j i concerning himself! He glories in his
"After doctors failed to cure me then
make it favorite with
:; : a ,
: subjected to the heat, : strength and vannteth it before his fellows
necessary a
I used One Minute considerable
and small children. It pneumonia i and
: :; retardation in melting is most of all before thee but
; i j euros their coughs and Cough Cure, and three bottles of it ticed. For instance, a rod of silver no-, he would be handled aa a fragile piece

. \ preventing pneumonia or cured me. It is also the best rem- i which should melt at 1,830 degrees F., I: of bric-a-brac.Womankind.
serious consequences. It edy on earth for whooping cough when thus treated will not change its I| \
'L 1 curse croup and has been used I It cured my grandchildren of the form and melt together until 5,730 degrees !I The volunteer lifeboat service of Eng-
j t i of thousands of cases with- worst cases," writes Jno. Berry, F. Palladium, which should meltat ;| land, established in 1824, has more than :

i i a single failure so far as we I Loganton, Pa. It is the only I II 2,780 degrees F., shows no sign of s j dom 80e lifeboats on the shores of the king
yielding at 2,900 degrees F. It and has been instrumental in savI -
that im- would
: been able to learn. It not remedy gives | in
30.(MO livaa.
I I II seem that these rods of metal *
unable I
I cures croup, but when given mediate results. Cures coughs expand while the I .:
the colds and throat and lung' grip of ,Activity Accounted For
as croupy cough ap I the aluminium oxide, which I
I contract
: will prevent the attack. In troubles. It prevents consump- on heating, simply cannot melt "I have been reading" said Mrs. ..
of whooping cough it liquefies !' tion. Children always like it and would under twrtns'n .I1)l\Uti;;:: u they barley, "Lord Kelvin's astounding

tough mucus, making it easier j mothers endorse it., J.: L. Gaskins. j jj i ,! statement that there are 1,000,000,000
molecules in a cubic inch of and '"
Southern California gas
has. ,
I expectorate, and lessens the : a population
and frequency of the par- j When a man jumps at conclusions -. cf about :320,000, comprising 64,000 that in each of these molecules there are
i of thus : he does not always light families, and the railroad mileage is several atoms moving among themselves
coughing, depriv-
equal to mile at the rite of 70 miles a minute."
he to. one of
I where expects road to about 40
that disease of all
dangerous : families. The population is "Graff ions t" replied Mr. Darley. "Is
i For sale by J. L. !I TiE at the rate of frorn 16,000 increasing to 20,000 it any Bonder, that the gas meter is endowed -
druggist. 1 $ 1.oo f7GL1ttPH. $1.00 families a year. with perpetual motionDetroitFree

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i. FRIEDMAN & CO. '.

One:of the LargestDepartment ; "

Stores '
Occupying Johns' Entire Block.' ... '.

27 Complete Departments, .
Consisting of:."

Dry Goods, Crockery,
Shoes; Clothing. Tinware,
Furnishing Silverware,
Goods, Ready-Made. ,
Millinery, Skirts,
Furniture, Wrappers,
CitrpetsMa: : tWaists" ; ".
tings, Glassware Etc.",'Etc.,

A Store That Has oo,'Equal in Variety". ". .-
" of Goods ,and Cheapness ,of Prices.
Special Inducements During Our Opening.:
, COHEN, FRIEDMAN, & CO., Starke,'Florida.

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