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 16, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00393
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 16, looo. NO. 35. -1 ."" .
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J;1' *fffffffffffff m Methodist SUCCESSFUL Entertainment.The Home Mission SOCIAL.. Society's Late Arrivals.y I Yi.. I.1 ;;:

Woman's Home Mission >
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FOR. Society gave a musicale and recital \Ve are constantly receiving new goods that. \L.-: .Tare :
] at the Commercial hotel parlors "
] Monday evening that was easily worthy of the inspection of purchasers. .. < i
Drugs and ] of the social .
m one most enjoyable \
pure events of the season Just now it is a large consignment ofMen's \\ 4 111

rompt attention The following entertaining pro- \ '. ,.I
gram was carried out, each num- \
Women's and Chil= t
t ber bing very much enjoyed by ..
: come to us. the large party of auditors: \ !
Instrumental! Polo-"Oaite ce Coeur." Miss dren's Shoes .-. v ; :
:1 Beatrice Daniel. : .
I vV. Recitntl"u-"When the Minister Comes to Tea." q. '0f
I'' Miss Lois Peek. ";.' ';
; Rt'citati..n-"Conrad." Miss Eva Dixon. a complete line of
:r, 1 atom Duet-"Ah, Could I Teach the Nightingale.; '*
Especial care and prompt Col Peek and Miss Peak.
Recitati.m-"The Elf Child." Miss Cassie Whi re
tention given to the filling of' Recitation-"M .ther's Best Witness." !lIsSRub Men's Spring and Summer ,
: Prescriptions.. Quartette-"Come Where the Lilies Bloom Hats'
tY Mist Peek Mrs. Philips, Mr. Knight and .

: Recital Col.ion Peek.-''Theology in the Quarters." Miss ,-. .
lf' Kate Liddon. In the very latest shapes, and the largest
Vocal Solo--"A Bird from o'er the Sea." Mrs
Rivers. consignment ofMen's .,
Vocal Snso-Merrily 1 Roam." Miss Peak
A FULL Recitation-"The New Mir.ister.. Ihs Eth lStenihur
? Soft Bosom Shirts
f w. ARTICLES ALWAYS De'icious light refreshmentswere ,
served in the dining hall, and
', ON HAND. the ladies added something over Ever brought to Starke. Both plain white and fancy :
0 to the funds.
$25 The entertainment society's was attendedby bosoms. These are the famous Globe Brand.Shirts, '

STARKE DRUG CO. mj an unusually large number of which means that they are the very top-notch of style ;
people, and all have a word of
J 1 1.i praise fot the splendid effort of the and without an equal in wearableness.

j ,society.

J : ,....,MAw .. Will Open To-morrow. DOUGLASS & ALDERMANy
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y To-morrow (Saturday) the doorsof
zi i Cohen, Friedman & Co's big --

: INSURANCE. department store will be thrown I I j\\
open and the public will be invitedto FULL T
inspect their offerings in twenty-
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seven complete lines. For 'ten ';..

J. R. DAVIS & 00. days past Manager Hoffman: and 7 } %? ,
his corps of capable assistants have LINE OF ,( >.
been busy arranging the goods, '

::" STARKE, = = == FLA. and this work will undoub'edly re- p;f ;tal GROCERIES ; .
sult in the attractive display of the "......
mammoth stock that has arrivedfor TINWARE, ..; .';:
the store. 1 '
*f *f *f *f Mr. George Fudger, an expertin l HARDWARE. -.. -, k.{,

the act of window decorating,
@ @ arrived from Tampa Tuesday and ,.
has since been giving his attentionto ; iJ
the show windows of the new PAINTS, -

: store. from When the the windows curtains Saturday are removed There are people who weighthe OILS, f..:)

@ @ morning the eyes of passers-by can question; of where to buy I n
CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. not fail to be pleased by the sight CORN, ;
@ @ that will meet them. Mr. Fu ger their groceries and, deciding I !
In buying this I am enabled to o A T. '
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has few equals in his line, and he in favor of a balance of fresh ,- -
3 @ still sell at the old prices in spite of @ has had an abundance of high class HAY, 1

; @ the heavy advance. @ and beautiful goods to dress the ness, cleanliness and all 'round II .:.. fl.
windows with.Madame ""' :
A'derman, who has full squareness, decide to buy my COFFINS _

/ Price mine if you need a Stove. charge of Cohen, Friedman & Co's goods. CASKETS and -
extensive millinery department at
i 6 Tampa, stopped over here Wednesday I will do my bestby you i I UNDERTAKERS' -- i

@ @ while en route to New York on and that will be better than SUPPLIES ;
a purchasing tour, to ascertain the .
@ THE @ needs in the millinery lire of the any other's best. I A Specialty. 'f'
store at this place. Madame Al- r

H @ TEMPTINGPRICES @ derman goes to New York to pur- G. C. LIVINGSTON.way G. C. LIVINGSTON. ;.
chase millinery for the Florida .
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stores of Cohen: Friedman & Co., I= : r

: @ @ and will see that the one here is and left the shop by the back K. of P. Entertainment. "4,\'". ,to..;..
supplied with a full line of ta hion's door, circled around the building Starke Lodge No. 34, Knights
i( @ @ latest creations. She brought the and made another run up Call of 1'ythias will give an entertainment : f
unp'easant news that the millinerfor street, finally taking at the fu.- its in
Started two weeks ago are still in vogue in every up membership am j. f-
@ @ the Starke store couM not hitching rack at the rear of G. C. vitedjests. at the Opera house, 1 !'
,, department. Goods must move to make room for @ come before March ist on accountof Livingston's tore i Ihi'rv evening fvr! >rch 1st. 1 i.J"I

:I. LI spring stock. illness. ._ Very much to the surprise of the |, Gr.-at care: is btlOgta'.cn: in the i
--- ---- onlookers Mr. Sassee was not hurt pr';', traron 01 the program for this
,I @ b' A Runaway Horse. by his fall from the WHg m. Ills:' ocri and! those who attend : ',
@ The 5 per cent. re @ One of the most exciting runaways brother, -. Sassee, v.ho wssin } expect to be bi;h'y' enter- ,r'-t ;
ever witnessed on the the wagon when the horse began u d. tit
@ Is the greatest inducement ever offered ;@ streets of Starke occurred Monday I to run, was thrown from the S'-at'j j T.epiogram wilt be published .:J

customers in Starke. I sell you goods as morning, when the-horse driven by !I to the bed of the wagon, where he jp the: T..-.EG'+PF'r late:. t ::1
@ Fred. Sassee, of Kinssley lake, got remained until the wagon stopped, !
cheap as the cheapest and give you 5 per beyond the control of its driver and escaped without injury rrif: ladies of the Home Mission ,

"- @ 1 cent. of your money back. Ask for the @ and made a wild: clash down Cail The wagon was slightly damaged -" Socie.y: ol tie Methodist church :
$ I street. Mr Sassee held to the and the harness badly broken request the ; KLF.GRAPH to express :
rebate check. @ ]
i. @ reins and managed to keep the ': up. The horse did not injure it- their thanks to Mr. and Mrs. N. J. i
@ @ I frightened: animal in the middle of : self. Jones for the use of the hotel par- ).
Oats the street until it got opposite the lors and dining hall Monday evening ;
: @ Clipped @ I Starke house, when a slight turn to 1 J. Wainright and daughter, of and to members of other ;'

in feed. It is better than I the left brought the wagon in col- Gainesville, are visiting relatives churches who contributed to the 't
f Is something new @ ilision' .with the curbstone, throwing here. Mr. Wainright has not altogether -I success of the Society's entertainment. -
what you have been buying and costs no ,-A\ Mr. Sasser headlong: to the pave- lost faith in this sectionas .
@ ment and rele sing the horse. a place for orange culture, and
r': more. After being released from the came up to have some trees set on VV. L. Murphy, the affable and
@ @ wagon the horse continued its mad his place in town, and on his farm popular traveling representative of ;
down the sidewalk and ran into near Sampson City. Royse, Hempstone & Co of
'J (Q) J. G, ALVAREZ. rice A. E. Moitt's blacksmith shop -- -. "_ Baltimore, is stopping at the New

t The. workmen in the shop gave the Full line of spring lawns, organ- Commercial. Mr. Murphy has a '
i.rM i. @ animal a wide berth and it bounded dies and percales at Cohen, Fiied- host of friends in Starke who are
: over what obstacles were in its man & Co's. always glad to see him


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i I;, .. '. ---- A Night of Terror. : Cold Steel or Death. I PROFESSIONAL_ CARDS. _./

! : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.:. i I A\\ful anxiety was felt for the "There is but one small chance'to II. COLSON, SI. !>., '
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! widow of the brave General Burn- save your life and that --
,: I IPuDlisheo t THESE Machas: Maine when the operation." was the awful prospect '
Ever> -rlday at 1 ham, of PHVS'ICIAN AM) sn.OKOX: ,
: doctors said she could not live till set bef' re Mrs. I. B. Hunt,
doc- :
LADIES morning," writes Mrs. S. H. Lin- ot Lime Ridge, VVis by her :

,' :, C"ln who attended her that fearful tor after vainly trying to cure her I Office in (Jk'ns' Drug: b inrr. a

'. ?. S. vi VTTMBW5 PaWUher. and Prop r. night. "All thought she must of a frightful case'of stomach tiou-I 5 1
-I I :. soon die from pneumonia, but she ble and yellow jaundice. He did D. M. CJOKNTO.

.' SUBSCRIPTION i :t 10..... begged for Dr King's New DisCO not count on the marvelous power :

!On*Year....................................!I.or. "E". -. \' f\ saying it had n.ore thin of E ectric Hitters to cure stomach of :I .A'11'OnrTI: : ,A tv.CO3i3IERCUI. .

aixMonthsrhrerUornos. ............................... .:.0 J : : once saved her life, and hud cured and liver troubles, but she heard I
",,, ..... ................ ........ .ti': \HAVE 1 J NEVER rt\ i her of consumption After three : it, took seven bottles, was wholly : I'KACTICF.: A SPL11AI.TY. !
: avoided the surgeon's knitc, &IAHKE. 'L.\\.
-- I I small doses she slept easily all curtd,
V'I: : .rA p. : Secni !. Tried the .read' night and its further use complete now weighs more and feels better I
iL' F.ntrrrd'n' th..DI.cri'e.rarkp.fla' .al'
So,;. J.n"r.r .. ".. "B''r. 1 system regulator ly cured her." This mane ous : than ever It is positively guaranteed f I T I]. FUTC11-, i
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to cure
medicine is guaranteed cure i
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disappoint .
:: I PRICKLY throat, chest and lung diseases. I kidney troubles and never

Srarke. Fla., Feb. Hi. 1!>OO. i Only 500 and 51. Trial bottles i ;. Price soc at J L Gaskins' 111 IS.i'it. huil.liuii. surkf, Pia ',

free at J. L. Gaskins' drug store. ------

LEGAL ADVERTISING RATES. I -- ._. I I! If troubled with rheumatism OIIX C.: WILLS. 31.PHYSICIAN U :, 4
think iri ia J
i I Because they An Editor's Life Saved by Chamber- ,! give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a e

1 + ., In the course o comment on theTELEGRAPH'S II | nasty and bitter disagreeable | lain's Cough Remedy. rial It will not cost you a cen- ; AM) W.'KO.V.'. -

of few I violent 1 During early part of Octo- if it docs no good. One application
a stomach and ,
I To the It als- litU:,Ks Ot \\03tLN AM- 0&T1R1le AsrLllALTY.
bei. 1896, I contracted a bad will re'ievethe' pain.
I weeks ago, in which it was contended I in : .
bruises nth
: cold which settled on my lungs cures sprains and in i
that, with one exception ASK THESE and was neglected until I feared rrl the time required bv oth i Office M i!it the St.irke" l>T\if Co.

f .the rates aVowed by the .. I that consumption had app art.i in treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites M'AKKE. FI.A.
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statute for legal publications are ..\-:_.. !.t4 .'._.{. ',.":J.-' i an incipient sate. I was constantly quiiisey pains in the side ana
. << I 1./ I coughing and trying to chest, glandular and other swel.nt.s 'IM1OS. E. BUUG.
the Pensacola
i equitable
< I expel something which I cou d notI are quic..ly cured by applying

says: W :i .- became alarmed and after g ving :It. Every bottle warranteed. 2 I. ATTOIIXEYATLAW.Corner ;, ,

"The TELEGRAPH concedes that the local doctor a trial bought a :tnd 50 cent. For sale by J. L. ,
1ellyou Cherry and Jar1.s(n. t-tlttt., fe-tarle
the price allowed for publish' ng They will ifl is bottle of Chamberlain's Loi.gh Ga-kms. .

, taX sate advertisements is tno low, noT disagreeable.!\ Remedy and the resu t was imnn- .- L. STKWA1ET, 31. D. i
and insists that the publisher tHate Irl1pw\'ement, and atter I had It is hard for a wise man to E -

should rt'ceite'50 per cent. ot th- [And as a cure for Indigestion,\ used three bottles my lungs were 'luff a fool who wants to nght. -SPECIALISTETE

. commercial" rate for the work'I their tatcK. -----
I Constipation 1 restore-: to healthy : --
not 100 cent.? Is there I Devil Fish, KAK: OSE THKOAT.Jftlce .
t E.'h) per S. EmVAki-", Publisher of The A Monster ,.

J r '. f .. .,__._'-' any reason why the people at large Disorders it is un- Kevi w, vxdiit, Ill. For sale byJ. Destroying its victim, is a type o in Stoiv of Sl: >.rke Drug Co.
: -the state shou d pay only hall L. Gaskins thi
, excelled. : druggist. constipation. The power of -
individual\ for the
the price pay
, -- nuulerous malady is telt on organ- J T. WILLS. A. V. LijXO.
4f"fi. same, or !similar service? Sg SS The Courier Journal says that jnd nerves and muscles: and brain 1 TILLS & LONG: ,

The TELEGRAPH said "at least"Sn I Sold by Starke Drug Co. "many a man has been hanger here is no health tiil it is over \\

per cent of commercial rate -_ .- upon less evidence than that '':0 01 e. But Dr King's New Lif ATTOKNEYS-AT-J.AW.

an 1 There i is really no well founded re-oonsibil'tv which connects Mr.! Taylor with I'il :s are a safe and certain cure
the publisher shou'c' has a'CfY grave the aasassina: ion of GOGoebel.." i>est in the world tor stomach. live Office in Pt'*k'* Buildine; Itlrkt'. FU
reason It has
its shoulder
esting upon .
and bo\vels.
-- I idneys Only 25C a' ---- ----- --- --
not receive full 100 per cent. Th under its charge a very large percent I Kidney 'Mst-aseis the enemy. I !. L. Ga kins':

only argument in favor of a cut in of the taxIh1c'a1ul:: s of t* e i iI 'face most t" fear as a result of the
I the price is to be found in the fact tate, and it should no' be asked to t v. rish rest'essness: of our much "After doctors failed to cure m Si

f that there is always a larger quantity I take steps that are: not shown by vaunted modern civilization. It i i.u i.- If pneumonia I used One Minu jeti'jiEED 'S ;

I of the work "in a lump" than I liberate ; to be we' treacherous enemy, working out Jousjh Cure, and three bottles of it
investigation 'ts deadly effect under coverof the cured me It is also the best rem A.

, i", papers receive from their commercial and equitably founded.} 'no t trifling symptoms. 1 he first don I earth for whooping coughIt

I I patrons. This, however, cannot Don't be impatient. Let's give !liid'cation of changes in the urine. cured m.. grandchi'dren of th 1 grow paying crops because they're | r

F be said to constitute a rationa the commission time to accomplishits m-qu nt headachedigestive trou worst cases," writes: Jm'. Berrx.I.oganton. fresh and alwaTa the heaL For j

(. excuse for the reduction, and the worK. along just and peimaneirlin les sh uid be the signal for II I Pa. It is the: onlvnaimless saleecery' here. Refuse 8uboltU uleA. 1,

TELEGRAPH is wilHngto join hand prompt remedial mea ures. PricklyAsh I remedy that gives imnertate 1 Stleg to P.rry'. Seeds and prosper j :k
s. Bitters isA kidney remedy ol ; resu ts. Cures coughs 1At16( Reed Annual free. Write for it. I w
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of its
\" with any or a 1 eontemp- superlative merit; is is s othing ooltss. croup ana throat and run; D. M. FERRY CO.. Detroit.KKH. 4
It becomes
in"an more
apparent everyday
arles effort to secure Ifgisla' icaling and strengthening, quickvr roubles. It prevents consump ,

:' live action looking to an increase that candidates wi'1' be plentiful .Sieves the aching or sorenes. inn. Children always like it and -- -- -- - -- .
in the price allowed for the publication this year in every* coun'y of the that always appears in the advanc- mothers endorse it. J. L. Gaskins. A .
ot the delinquent tax salnotices. .>t,ite. For several weeks past aspirants d stageclucs the progress ot ---- f'
its If doesn't his head in ((11" 0WtI Mi.ctlaoi to .i ry ratMerttwr. Beantlfal eotonwt -
.. for office have been an :he disease: and through ::xce a man use tlUuvntpbcd p..te. and Ulu>tiitioc! Orizlcal. I.
'ent cleansing and re u'ating effect business he is sure to put his latest,artliUc. e-ifj-iiu and ttrlcUj ap-UxUt dMigas. ..
themsHves in Westlorida
. We still contend, though, thaT pouncing 'ti the* stomach, l'\'er 1 and bowels, it : tout in
classes of papers and now the fever and ruddy it.A -- M5CALJSSJ!
the prices on other U-ga. I 'Sri gs back the strength I .

advertising such as sheriff's sa es has reached this section. In tin g'(;w'tf v gor ug: h ,a.th. Soldoy I I Frightful Blunder MAGAZlNEVlU*

K master's saies, etc., have been mar!. current issue of the Green Cove I : Starke Dru .Co._. 'Vill often cause a horri'Ie burn. .'I

" .' basis and can ingV.. I Feming: announces Nc-lfl, cut or bruise. Bucklen's'Arnica Crewmaking.coanmie*. fancy work,boiurbold hint,
on a very equitable There is no better medicine f"r Salve the best in the brat *torle. curr.nt topic, etc Sati crlb. to-tUy. :
ins candidacy for --enat- from the Onlyyearly.' Lfcdy*4 iU.&Aced. Scad for Urm
not be disturbed with >ut ioing babies than Chamber ton'srough
word, will kill the pain and anick-
\. either the public or the pub ihher.- listrict composed of Haker an' RtmedIts pleasant I I ly heal it Cures old sores, fever

an injustice. I Clay. taste and prompt anH effectualcures sores, ulcers boils, felons, corns,
--- I make it a favorite with I i ill skin eruptions. Rest pile cure
7MPATIENT. Hon. W. J. Bryan candidate fen mothers and small children It j r .!
\.1 DONT BE I on earth -nly 25C a box. Cureguaranteed I.
... he presidency is coming; to Flor- quickly cures the'r coughs and I I Sold by J. L Gaskins. : .

t .-- .. The able and versatile editor ot da in the near future to pay hip ..olds, preventing pneumonia nr ---

1. the Tampa Herald is never quite .otisin, Hon. W. S. Jennings, can- .ther serious consequences It "I had bronchitis every winter

satisfied with conditions as the lidate for a visit. It i iI' i- il.-o curse croup and ha- been used for years and no medicine gave me For UdlM mlw r i-l.tad little children. That eet
governor lain etrllah"clue"e1et3: Dot attained by then of any
in tens of thuusar ds of cases with- permanent relief till I began to other pattern H4.e no equal for Myle aud perfect dM ,.
exist. Commenting on the agreement t often that candidate for .
go1 failure far
ut a single so as wt- I take One M nue Cough Cure. 1
.. -v of the railroads to abide by ernor of Florida entertains a can- nave hewn able! to learn. It no: know it is tne best cough medicine CALL"

the demand ot the railroad commission lidate for the presidency of th I Only cures croup, but when given made," says J Kontz, Corry, I'a '

for a three-cent passenger United States I as soon as the croupy cough ai'- It quickly cures coughs, co'd'
rate on round-trip tickets the Herald -- -- ----- I pears, will prevrnth'attar: In croup, asthma ;rips e and throat
'k rases of whooping cough it liquefies ann; lung troubles; It is the chi'
0" adds that the commission on Thousands Have Kidney Trouble the tough mucus, making it easierto favorite Cures pot toretber.. Only 10 and II crate e.ch-nona
remedy blefcer. fold u> n* rly every cfyandtownorbrmaL.Aak
1 i its part "has agreed to make no and Don't Know it. expectorate, and lessens the 1.ln'n's J L Gas ins. for them.THE Ab.olutelr.ery M CALL COMPA lateet lIP.todatoe11M.(Y. .

orders that the railroads do not How To Find Oat. severity and.requencv of the par I a ua.IIIWH' 1IU aire*!. . ..* Terk CUy, ..I

, want" Fill a bottle or common glass with your i.xysins t cou hi1 g, bus depr'ng \', I J L Gaskins guarantees even' -

The editor of the Herald' was water and let it stand twenty-four sediment hours or set-; a th.tt disease:: of all d..ngi rousconsequences. I bottle of ('namberl in's Cough P y 1- x O *

For sale by J L Remedy and will refund the mine t '
tling indicates an ct S,
not resident of Florida in I :.
a 1891 Gaskins 1d -'/
unhealthy condi- druggist.: to any one who i is not satisfied af
and} des not know, therefore, that tion of the kid- -
-" ---- ter using two-thirds of the contents Q O '

it Was just such exhibitions of impatience U neys; if it stains Clerk's Report. I This is the est remedy in the wnrl l i
. your linen it is
as this with the evidence of kid- REP tRT.a-t1.-('1 Irtk ot the. ("'"l'lIir,, C' urt in :m'lt'ir i i for la grippe, coughs, co'ds. croup 8 .H; .-l-4 e !
}:1..lf..r.I.lIIlh. F'.r'd.' !.i. n account ol
sion then existing that ney trouble: too TaxtHVS..*rf..r tliti.ti' l-'i". and whooping cough and is pleasant
frequent desire t? I and safe to take. It ar UJ
I d. W. Ai.r erxN. Tux Cfil'or\ preventsany a r';
repeal, thereby hindering for at it or pain in
. "' !:>.>. t'Ol'}TY I'lcoI'KK. I tendency of a cold to result in U
the back is also
< least decade the of : T.. ''M!. due.. -IP1: :::4
ri a adjustment 2 !
> that the and bladder pneumonia. I
k convincing proof kidneys Its' amt .-.>II.et.d l .SltKJ' W! w i
:::;.. transportation charges in the state. I are out of order. I Keh t;. To 'ml 'lm$4' '; i"CoUXrY 4I t : :;a
What to Do. I :M'lU'OL..Ian bts =c >
Notice.TO .
r. It should not be expected that :
There is comfort In the knowledge so 2 T.'hil;I .hl-. $til' 7Ki \
the present commission, although often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's SwampRoot. mni. cnlUcleil\ .. SJTi 71Fr WH'iM IT MYTCoiiif (:ONc:1S: : ?:; '.
r the great kidney remedy fulfills every i >> 6. T> Iml.liic S704-: 03COUNTY i ishtrrbyctvt'n'hat t intend to apply to ;: .-... '= !:
c'othed with a gieat deal of authority I wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the i 1"ti.L. thtSlut".. 1"ar.1| of Panlfor s p'ffjofi f'>r lh<. g tJ
: ) 2 To hal due .. 51107: 10 ailrl derlntrii'asuit\ wuh mi nt to murder _
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Senator Says the Abandonmentof w

BY FILIPINOSInsurgents Bimetallism Would Be CONFERENCE

His Attempt to Rescue Ladysmith Proved to Fatal To Republicans.The .

final week's discussion of the

Be a Dismal Failure. pending financial bill was begun in r.

Shoot Flaming Arrows the senate Monday. The speakerswere League Meets In Chicago and Dis '

. two Republicans, Mr. Elkins, of
C.4PTUREDKOPJE6IVEN UP Into Garrisoned Towns. West Virginia, and Mr. Wolcott, of cusses Evil and Remedy.

FUNERAL OF GEN. LAWTON. Colorado, and one Populist, Mr. But-

ler, of North Carolina.Mr. .

Boers Were On Both Flanks and ONE TOWN PARTIALLY BURNED Elkins advocated the passage of
the pending senate measure in a brief FAVORABLE PROGRESS IS MADE
Position Was Hade Impos- Remains of Ideal American Soldier -
but forceful argument. Mr. Wolcott,
sible to Hold. Laid to Rest In Arlington Guerrilla Warfare Continues and chairman of the international bimetallic -

commission of 1897, spoke for many
Frequent Attempts at Am-
Cemetery.A Republicans who adhere to bimetal- Congressma Sulzer, of New York,

London accepts as true the Boer Washington special says: Major bush Are Made.A lism and his speech, earnest and elo- Makes a orcible Argument .

statement that General Buller has Henry W. Lawton was buried Fridayin quent, was received with unusual attention
Against Present Conditions. '
Mr. Bntler advocated the
once again failed to succor the be- the National cemetery at ArlingtonThe Manila special says: Of late the adoption of his amendment providingfor 1 "

leagured inhabitants of Ladysmith. services at the grave were pre- insurgents in Albay province, Luzon, an issue of paper currency by the 4 a'

1 These statements were passed by the ceded by those at the Church of the have adopted harrassiug tactics against government.A A Chicago special says: Monday

British censor at Aden and are read in Covenent in tho city, where PresidentH. towns which the Americans have gar house bill for the preservation of night, at the close of the first day's
M. of Hamilton the frigate constitution was passed, proceedings of the anti-trust conference .
the light of Mr. Balfour's Stryker, college, .
announcement risoned. They in the hills and the
camp that the
measure providing ship
delivered funeral called
a oration that has by the National Anti-Trust .
in the commons that General seldom been in of mountains and constantly fire upon the should be restored as nearly as possi- "
equaled beauty expression League, good had been made. .
Bullor is not pressing his advance.Mr. nor could it have bAen in American outposts. When the troops ble to its original condition.The progress
with the set speeches, of which a dozen ,. '
following bills on the general ,
Winston Churchill wires that more perfect accord with the spirit of sally against them they scatter returning -
calendar were passed: or more were delivered. '
the solemn occasion that called it
Vaalkrantz was impracticable, for the when the Americans retire.
To construct road to the national '
a '
forth. Mayor Harrison welcomed the delegates ;
guns which were needed to support a They shoot burning arrows, and cemetery at Dover, Tenn., at a cost of 4::j"
Never in the history of the capitalhas \
farther advance. His cablegram leaves on behalf of the city. Already i
811,500 to into effect two reso- ..
there been have thus burned a large part of the ; carry
a more representative
General Buller on Tuesday night sending lutions of the continental he said, the senate of the United -.r;
fresh I gathering of the nation's official life to town of Albay. Indeed, most of the congressto \
a brigade to relieve the tired
last tribute to the nation's hon- I be erected to the memory of Gen- States had been reduced to a small ff '
soldiers of pay a
Vaalkrantz. larger towns in the province are prac- eral Francis Nash and William L. Davidson ti i
convention of the and
r The ored dead. No mark of military pomp owners representatives 1,1E t
writers with Gen- :
descriptive tically deserted, except by the garri of North Carolina, appropriating -
eral Buller were allowed a rather freehand and ceremony that the regulations of the trusts. A few years /t. .\,
sons. Scarcely of the inhabitants! 81,000 for each; to encourage en-
could provide was wanting to render any I
again in explaining the ugly position listments in the more vmild see the house and our judiciary K:; .L I
navy by providing \ .
: the occasion solemn and
which impressive. return to their homes. They are camp oj
the British held and the
successful with outfit dtioed to the condition ti
I applicants an I same ,
natural obstacles which had to be I Nearly all the available troops of the ing in the interior, and it is supposed :'f :
in this valued at $45; to authorize Hou. A. S. Former Judge William Prentiss, of
regular military remaining i'Illinois Fi <
overcome. So it is easier to infer that armed insurgents prevent going at minister of the
Handy, present! Ii '
country were called out. Three thousand was selected temporary chairman ._
with Boer riflemen and artillery defending I back. It is reported that there is much .
United States Gr, Roumauw
to ,
i and artil- 'ee, and ; -
infantry the convention. -
men, cavalry
them owing to
them, these hills, ravines and suffering among and Servia '
to accept the decorationtendered I
lery, followed the flag-draped caissonto The resolutions committee <
jungles have not been overcome and of food. As a result of these condi- mean- ;
him by the shah of Persia; '
the grave. business in that I time was busy and formulated resolutions -
thus the public is prepared in advance tions the hemp seetion
to authorize the naval officers '
following -
for bad news.HQliogralDR. I Lawton was to the people the ideal is seriously hindered and ships to orders and decorations I covering the following points: "'t, ,} l!
from Ladysmith dated American soldier whose exploits in going for cargoes are compelled to accept Government ownership of all .railway .-" 'I. i
I tendered them by the government of *
three wars made his name a household and telegraph lines the abolition _
Monday describe the effect GeneralBuller's take gangs of coolies!' to do their land ; '-C' .
cannonade had the word and who being a soldier, first and ing. Hemp held in the interior is Venezuela-Rear Admiral W.rl.Sampson of all special privileges by legislative ) ,
on worn Captain H. C. Taylor, Captain F. "
died in the line of enactments the free list
only, duty, leaving inaccessible. ; placing on 1
garrison. Hope ran high that the long I quite
A. Cook, Captain C. D. Sigsbce, Cap-
nothing to his children but the heritage General Bell will take two regiment all trust goods, and direct legislationfrom 'ir.i
of and tedium
period inactivity
was tain E.
F. Chadwick, Captain C. F.
drawing to a close. The crash of of an honored name. and a battery through the provincesof the people. <.;!: ,
guns Goodrich, Commander W. W. Mead, .
II I It was in tribute to this soldier'sideal North Camariues and South Camar- The discussion in committee was : :,-
was almost continuous for ten hours
Commander M. J. H. Com-
Dayton, '
that American for carried out those lines.
generosity on An amendment '
I ines going there on transports. Many
and at times it seemed though ,
as as mander F. M. Symonliand: Commander -
I weeks past had swelled the "LawtonFund" insurgents retreated to that part oi was offered for the taxation of
shells burst in min
many as twenty a C. C. Tood.
all of its all franchises but voted down
ute. beyond expectations the island from Cavite and Batangas was on ;.
ss I originators, and in further tribute Fri- the ground that such action would
l day that the great ourpouring of peo- Another expedition will soon startto ---- simply legalize special privileges. H. II"
A dispatch dated Frere Camp Feb. ple filled the streets long before the garrison towns along the north coast Application For Injniutlon of Kentncky S. Bigelow was the first speaker at the
,, i 8, probably written with the advanced hour when the services at the Churchof of the island of Mindanao. Election Commissioner, Ti Heard. night session.

lines, says: I the Covenant were to commence. Guerrilla warfare continues south of In the United Sutn circuit court of Congressman William Sulzer, of ''''-tt.J... '
"The forces of the enemy our on both But mere official formulas were Manila. Two attempts have been madE appeals at Cincinnati, Monday after New York, received a hearty receptioa :.
our flanks and continue to render our I dwarfed beside the deep popular demon- when presented to the audience. He :
I to ambush the Americans. Colonel noon, Judge W. H. Taft heard arguments -
position extremely difficult to main- stration that the burial of tho dead sol- said: ,
Schwan, while returning to Manila for over three liours on the applications -
tain. dier called forth. Every departmentof with his staff and an escort of IOC for injunctions against the "The law on the statute books ..
This makes evident that General the government paid its official from Batanges, was attacked 'by th Kentucky state board of election com- against trusts is clear and plain and ::It

.. i Buller after devoting Wednesday to tribute. Flags hung at half mast. insurgents. The latter were dis missioners and the contestants for the the highest court in the land has pass ..

'. bringing more artillery and troops The president and his cabinet, rep- persed, but the Americans had seven state officers other than governor and ed upon its validity and sustained the ... -
1 across the Tugela, was badly in need resentatives of the supreme court, of men wounded. lieutenant governor. constitutionality of its provision. The .

of re-enforcements. It is more patent the house and senate, and of the army Lieutenant Colonel Beacom: witt The large courtroom was unable to anti-trust law of 1890 declares that zevery #
G that it is impossible for him to advance and all combined to fill the contract or combination in the ..
navy six companies of the Forty-second infantry hold all who came to the federal build- ; '
until the artillery has been enabled to darkened church to its utmost. But had a two hours' fight with ing for admission. Very many of the nature of a trust in restraint of trade ,<.: 1
i1 take up forward positions for the pur- these official representatives of the General Pio del Pilar's command, visitors were from the Kentucky side. and commerce among the several states ,

pose of subduing the Boer guns on people were lost in the great crowds which attempted to ambush the Americans The plaintiffs were represented by or with foreign nations is a conspi : '.

1'i both flanks. !i iI it that surrounded the church and lined along the trail through Morons Bradley, Wilson, Sweeney and Yost, racy, illegal and void, and punishable .
Almost all the critics now point out the streets along which the procession province near the lake. Here alsc all of Kentncky. The defendants were by fine and imprisonment. Under this "

I that the mere pushing through to passed. the insurgents were dispersed, but thE represented by Scott, HendrickHager act it seems to me every trust in the _' f. .
I Ladysmith without securing a decisive President McKinley was among the Americans had several wounded, and Maxwell, the latter being a mem- United States can be prosecuted :

t victory on the way there would only : early comers, accompanied by the among them a captain. ber of the bar of Cincinnati and the violation of the law, the charter forIC'l{
add danger to what is already a criti- secretary' of war. They came to the General Bell is operating southward: others of Kentncky. nulled and the men behind it t
cal situation. church with Adjutant General Corbin, ed for conspiracy. Every trust by
through Zambales province with i After tho conclusion of the arguments -
Another Frere camp dispatch says a who, assisted, by Colonel John Bing- small force.Another Judge Taft advised counsel very nature is in restraint of trade and -, '
r Boer prisoner asserts tbat the burgh-j j ham, had charge of the official arrange- expedition is proceeding that he would announce his decisionso commerce and in violation of this J .g

ers expected General Buller to cross''' ments. The secretary of the navy, northward from Subig. It is reportedthat far as the court having jurisdictionin law. ';:
at Skiets drift and that thousands of the secretary of the interior the at- "How much longer will the people .
the insurgent general, Alejandro, the cases concerned at 2 o'clock -,
Boers were being posted at Doom i torney general and secretary'of agri- has recovered from his wound and Wednesday afternoon.A consent to be robbed and submissively .. .f :
kloof to oppose such a passage, while culture were also there. has assembled a large force in th,,' permit a continuation of this f : ).
I on the captured hill there were only a The supreme court was represented district. TELEUKAM F1OlIBULLEII. outrage? The trusts have their being t

1 few hundred Johannesburghers. This i by Chief Justice Fuller and several of The bubonic plague continues. Eight and grow by special legislation; they t .I r '
i tends to increase the of those' General Notifies Field Marshal Roberts of "
anxiety live and fat fa
the associate justices. Admiral Deweywas cases were reported last week among wax by governmental -
who believe that General Buller has absent from Washington' but was the natives and Chinese. There is nc His Bad Flight. voritism. If the question is ever pre- \; ',;
scarcely begun the serious part of his The war office at London has received sented whether the trusts shall "' : .'
\, represented by Captain A S. Barker. excitement, however, and business and I own "
advance. I j I Ex-Secretary Alger was also presentby social life in :Manila: are undisturbed. the following dispatch from and run the government and enslave.). '. '_ ?. ... ; ;
RETIRE FROM. KOPJE. proxy having sent from MichiganMr. Smallpox is prevalent among thE FiclJ1a1"shal Lord Roberts, dated humanity, or whether the people shall -1...._.; '
The British who were in possession j, Victor Mason, his secretary whilein natives along the railroad, and in the from the :Modder: river, Sunday, February own and run the trusts-not for the i ,)

of the kopje at Molons drift abandoned i the war department, who brought a towns on the northern coast. Twc 11th: benefit of the few, but for the good of -It ."-4
1 have
received from
it after a bombardment by Boer can- j i great wreath of flowers for the already officers of the Thirty-sixth infantry a telegram all-and free the industrial masses, '\_ 1
non Thursday morning and retired overladen casket. have died of the disease and anothei Buller as follows, dated Friday, Feb- then I shall vote for the people and in r:,t ';ti.\\

across the Tugela river to their former I The Presbyterian burial service was officer and several soldiers have been ruary' "It 9: after favor of government ownership of the ',,.I'' ,
was! necessary seizing '
read by Rev. Hamlin pastor of the trusts. "
position. __ I I church, and President Stryker then stricken. Vaal Krantz tp entrench it as the "To sum it all up, the Republican :t

JEFFRIES!) CORDETT. arose to deliver the oration. LEGAL ISAIlttIEK IlEMOVED. pivot of further operations. But I party stands for Hanna, aad the Republican ",'"
found after trying two days, that owingto is Hanna." :. i
After the oration the casket, light party ._ '
will Meet Before National Atlethlo Club ened of part of its burden of flowers, Seaboard Air Line Can Now Proceed With tIlt nature of the ground that this "The Democratic party is the party -" -
In San Francisco. WAS lifted to the shoulders of trooper, Consolidation. was impracticable. It was also exposedto of the plain people. It is opposed to ..\
The twenty-five round battle between i I borne down the ais'e to the street, What is claimed to be the last legal fire of heavy guns in positions from trusts and monopolies-to special 1:

James J. Corbett and James I. past the great crowd outside and barrier to the consolidation of the various which! our artillery was dominated. It privileges. It stands for the supremacy .

J. Jeffries for the world's heavyweight j I raised to the caisson waiting at the : ::: lines composing the SeaboardAir is essential! troops advancing on of the law. It believes in freedom .f
championship will take place before I door. Line system was removed Saturday Ladysmith by Harding or Monger'sdrift of thought, freedom of speech, free-
the National Athletic club of San I I I The waiting ranks of the cavalry by Judge Waddill, sitting in the to hold Vaal Krantz securely.and dom of action, freedom of trade and :.

Francisco on or about April 1 next II I moved forward and closed about it as United States circuit court at Richmond accordingly we are not pressing the free institutions. It believes 'in the :. --i'..

William A. Brady and George Con-t.. a gnard of honor and formed into line. when he delivered his opinion advance by those roads' ", as I find we constitution, in fostering commerce,

sidine tho respective managers of the j Then with a rumble of wheels and a refusing Ryan's application for in cannot make it secure. unfettering trade, establishing indus i?

two principals, met in New York for clash of trace chains, field and siege junction.The Ransom Holds Cotton. try, aiding enterprise, maintaining .;

the purpose of selecting a location for batteries joined the procession, and state senate committee at Richmond Ex-Senator M. W. Ransom, the big- equal opportunities, defandirg liberty, 'ft
L a battle ground and after a brief con- the hero of three wars moved on his has, by a vote of 10 to 20, decided gest cotton growing North Carolinian nashackeling the mind and the conscience ;

ference, decided to accept; the offer of I last march to his final resting' place on to report favorably the bill to is still holding 1,000 ales of the pres- and handing down unimpaired 7

tho Calforinia organization, which is i the Virginia hillside beyond the Po incorporate the proposed new line ent crop. The rise Lus so far netted to future generations our free" institu- t: ;_.. .tr

75 per cent of the gross receipts. I tomac. from Richmond to Washington. him about 5000. titions." ,:,-

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I '. ,
i 'To Financial BUI I* Introduced IJy Sena- I'rlaoner Thrown Some Light on the A..Alllolntlon .- !Senator Say He Cannot CnnnUtrntlr Sop- Traniraalera and Free Staten HaV
: tor Jon<*>. port the Financial Hill. Rump Legislature Inform Him That I' Chance to "Give Up." /"
of Goebcl. .
I"or Business.Monday
i Senator Jones, of Arkansas, has introduced of The financial debate was continued I* Heady A London special says: Lord Rob- ( --
;. a free silver coinage substitute Two men suspected complicity in in the senate Saturday by Mr. Chan : was another day of unbroken erts has caused to be distributed in 'A

} for ,the pending currency bill. | the murder of Governor Goebel were dler, who opposed the gold standard calm in Frankfort. The Re- i tha towns bordering upon the invaded .:'t
... 'The substitute provides that "from I i I It arrested in a boarding house at Frankfort and strongly urged the double stand publican members of the legislaturemet colonial territory an invitation to Free :.i 1
t and after the passage of this act the | Friday. Their names are Silad ard. In beginning his speech he said: at noon and appointed committeesto Staters and Transvaalers to go into the '-.r!

i mints of the United States shall be ,; Jones, of Whitley county, and Gotts- "The passage of the bill without inform Governor Taylor that the desert, offering them good treatment !; 1
$. to tho coinage of silver and there :i chalk, of Nelson county. adequate recognition of the desire and legislature had adjourned at London and a restoration to their farms on the Iv:
I open shall be coined dollars of the weight j I' The authorities expect to obtain important determination of the American peoplt and was convened at Frankfort to British occupation of republican territory : } .

of 412} grains, troy, of standard silver j'' evidence from Jones, who has that silver shall be remonetized is s transact such business as might come '
j 1 '9-10 fine as provided by the act of 'already made a partial confession. He defiance of the Republican platform of before them. The governor acknowledged The manifesto guarantees that those 3

1 January 18, 1837 and upon the same 'I, declares that he personally knows 1896, and without such recognition in the message by saying "go bringing horses can sell them. Foreigners I
i terms and subject to the limitationsand nothing of the crime, but says that the bill I cannot give: to it my vote. ahead." Both houses then adjourned will have their passages paidto
provisions of law regulating the Harlan Whittaker, who was arrested It would be unqualified gold monomet until Tuesday. There were nine mem- Earope. Colonial rebels are advisedto .

\ coinage and legal tender quality of immediately after the shooting knows allism, and to advocate it is an aban- bers in the senate and twenty-eight in surrender in preference to being ; ,
-gold." a great deal about the crime. donment; of Republican principles." the house. taken prisoncra. 'r

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Bradford ConnU Te1erapk CARNEGIE MUST[ A VIGOROUS PLATFORM r Florida State News. 6 -

Adopted By the Anti-Trust LeagueAt *

STARKE, FLi. ANSWER FRICK Conference Held In .. ..... ... ..e.GQt O'o-o-.
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1900. Chicago. TonrUti By Traln1na.
Oln.tee It. the C unpaijjn.
After a heated debate Thursday A Jacksonville special says: In the The first of the personally conducted -
England and her colonies and de- Pennsylvania Railroad Company-
night the resolution committee of the second congressional district of -
pendencies buy from us now 60 per Charges Are Brought Against Steel there are two Democrats in the race excursions for the season arrived in.
anti-trust conference, in session at
Jacksonville few days by
a ago special
cent. of all we sell abroad. for -Hon. Robert W. Davis,

------ Magnate and Philanthropist. Chicago, decided to report in favor of i the congress present congressman, and llon.I train, running on special schedule-

The fad for large shoe wear which government ownership of railroads and I Frank Clark, a former Georgian, who from Washington. One hundred and

has attacked the men will doubtless for their seizure on payment of actual was a conspicuous member of the last foUl visitors were in the party, under S

% be confined strictly to their own side HE IS ACCUSED OF SCHEMING value without payment for "watered session of the will Florida nominate legislature.candidate.Mr. The. the personal of Charles direction R.and Rosenberg.superintendence .

c of the sex problem. Femininity will stock or other fictitious values." The Republicans a card to The train consisted of five Pullman
Clark, in a published
..' still paddle along with its heel underits committee also unanimously favored the United Daughters of the Confed- sleepers, one baggage car and a dining

instep, as usual. Business Partner Alleges He Was direct popular legislation as a meansof eracy, has boasted that he was the son car, vestibuled and fitted with the

I -- Driven Out of, the obtaining the result. of a Confederate soldier, and, there- i. finest of accommodations for the com-
The link between modern literature Fraudulently President Lockwood, of the anti- fore, -aas competent to edit the bill fort and convenience of travelers. ,

and the modern drama is often Firm-Suit In Equity Filed.A trust league, said that he regrettedthat prepared by the society for the erec- The Pennsylvania trips are arranged
William J. Bryan's name was different plan from those of
of a
tion of monument to the upon
stretched nowadays to the breaking a memory .
4 mentioned in discussions and declared which offers
the the Confederate dead at the Olustee any other agency special

I point. A good play generally makesa Pittsburg, Pa., dispatch says: it was his intention to keep battlefield, in Lake county. He said inducements to tourists. The patronsare

good book, but a mighty good book Henry Clay Frick filed a bill in equity politics out of the conference.The he indorsed the change made in the gathered; from Xew York, Boston

} often makes a mighty poor play. Tuesday in the court of common platform unanimously adoptedby bill which provided for the union deadas and Philadelphia, and the vicinity of

the committee declares for govern- well as the Confederate.Mr. I these cities and no business is solicited -

The chief of the United States pleas No. 1 of Allegheny county ment ownership of all public utilities Davis' personal friend and chief south of Washingthn, the trains .r

I weather bureau figures that the an- against Andrew Carnegie and the Car- and natural monopolies, government supporter quickly followed :Mr. Clarkin being run through without stopover to-

negie Steel Company, limited, pray- money the referendum and direct leg- a published statement saying that Jacksonville where the travelers are
nual proportion of deaths by light- the islation and the withdrawal of all pro- of landed and given the freedom of the
ing first, for a decree that pre- :Mr. Davis was not only a son a
ning in this country to the population tended transfer of his interests in the tective tariffs from all articles con- Confederate soldier but was himselfa state, to mike such trips as each may

is about five to every 1,000,000. This trolled by a trust. Among other things, Confederate soldier and is in hearty see fit, their time being limited to two
company was and is null and void, after urging the organization to deprive
p is rather a heavy showing, consider- sympathy with the Daughters of the weeks.
and that he is the owner of all such trusts of their power, it says: .
s ing that lightning never strikes twice Confederacy.The
interest and is entitled in law- "We make no assault upon business of the
: every Daughters Confederacyhave Debe In Tampa. '
in the
111 same. place. fnl way to represent and act for the combination for diminishing productive adopted a resolution calling for Eugene V. Debs, the labor leader
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The agricultural department of the tame; for an injunction restrainingthe cost or augmenting productive effi the repeal of the monument bill. The addressed the largest crowd of people
What do ask is combina-
defendants from any interferencewith ciency. we society declines to have anything to who assembled to hear a talk
ever man
rf United States will make a display of his interest in the eaid company tions for coercing producers and lessening do with the Union soldiers' graves at in Tampa one night recently. The

irrigation methods, as practiced in the and from excluding him from participation production. It is such combi- Olustee, because the soldiers of the speaking was from the bandstand on

,..r.: West at the. Paris Exposition. This in the care and management of nations that constitute the trust evil Union army buried there were negroes.To the courthouse plaza, and fully 5,000

P: I display should, at least, have the effect the assets and business. and they we would abolish, root and decorate the graves of negroes along people assembled there and listened to
l The bill in equity is quite lengthyand branch. with the of the Confederatedead
.t of inducing foreign capital to be- graves this great speaker for over two hours.
Willis Cook oppressive trusts are exam-
as summarized by ,
seems impossible for the society, covered with benches
The plaza was ,
I come interested in this industry. The Esq., counsel for :Mr. Frick, is as fol- ined they are found'to be combinations and Congressman Davis has expressedhis and a grand stand was erected over the
l to be derived therefrom cannot lows not for augmenting wealth, but
-. profits : sympathy and assured the Daughters sidewalk, all affording the crowd am-
\ ;( fail prove satisfactory. In 1892 there were two limited part- for hampering its production; not for of the Confederacy that he regards ple opportunity to sit and listen to the .

r-.. making things plentiful and cheap
nerships: their position as a most laudable one.
At the climax of well-
"I .... The world has improved much during ((1)) Called Carnegie Bros. & Co., but for making them scarce and dear. A series of joint debates betweenMr. drawn speaker.point the speaker was every greeted

J f' ;f the century that has elapsed since limited, with a capital of 85,000,000, Their strength lies in a more intense Davis and Mr. Clark will probablyoccur with sincere cpplause from his audi-
which made steel rails and owned only concentration of monopoly privileges.The .
during the latter part of the
i George Washington passed away, but attacks ence. W. A. Platt, a well-known local
the Edgar Thompson steel rail in platform particularly
campaign, and the issue will be that
labor leader introduced Mr. Debs and
it has not the Standard Oil trust to which it ,
produced a man more liraddock township, and says Olustee monument question.The I
neither wasted words in into
worthy of the homage of not only ((2)) Called Carnegie, Phipps & Co., monopoly engendering laws have com- getting

$, Americans, but of all mankind, than limited, with a capital of 85,000,000, mitted the regulation of the peoples' the meat of the subject. The success

Vjl which made all kinds of steel plates, needs and rights in one department of bulkheading of Jacksonville's of the meeting is highly complimentary -
t he. What recorded of him at
was to the workingmen of the city
structural material iron industry. "Their needs and rights in
fcrgingsmade! river front is a matter that has been
.. the time of his death is as trne today which so thoroughly carried out the
the material and built bridges, made another have been by similar laws considered as important for many rea- ,

as it was then. He retains the place armor plates and made material for committed to the beef trust." A num- sons, and for a number of years it has plans through organization.

i then given him of "First in peace, the same. ber of set speeches were heard at the been regarded as an ultimate necessity *

4 first in war, and first in the hearts of Carnegie owned over 50 per cent of. morning and afternoon sessions of the to be undertaken some time in the Objected t> :Nnme.

his ; each of the old firms, and he, with. conference.The uncertain future, when circumstances The Tampa association of ministers

countrymen.._ u __ ____ Frick, Phipps and there owning interests night session was in the form of should force the improvement, or have arrayed themselves against the
in each formed in 1892 what mass meeting, which was held in the carnival. have addressed
r ;' The story of the fowl that buried when ways and means to meet the expense proposed They -
constituted a new partnership called Auditorium and brought uut some of should be provided. In the a communication and set of

the jewel, the value of which it was the Carnegie Steel Company, Limited.In the strongest speakers among the del- issue of municipal bonds authorized resolutions to the Carnival Association

.- unable to appreciate, is known to almost this Carnegie retained over 50 per egates, including John P. Altgeld, F. by the taxpayers of the city several the communication closing with these

The merchant who cent and has 58 cent while. S. Monnett, Samuel M. Jones, JohnS. words "We feel bound ministers
everybody. now } per years ago, the sum of 82:>,000 was set : as ,

does not advertise is like the fowl in I I Frick has 6 per cent. Crosby, George Fred Williams and aside for this purpose, to protect that to oppose the carnival and use our influence -
Both old firms merged into the Tom L. Johnson. it and will
". the fable-he hides his most valued were portion of the front the expense of again: our
new, which had a capital of 825,000- Resolutions introduced by Judge which should fall upon the city, as at people not tc support it. This is

.::2. '\? possessions where the public can haveno 1 1i 000 and operated all the old works. Fleming, of Kentucky, were adoptedby the foot of the several streets. So far, signed by every white minister in the i
: knowlege of their existence. The under a rising vote strongly condemningthe I
I(I This new firm was the immediate none of the bonds for this purpose city.

;, advertiser, on the contrary places the care and supervision of Frick, as currency bill before congress. have been issued but are awaiting a In tte resolution the ministers; take ,

:- I"" jewel of his business where it attracts chairman, from 1892 to December 5, A committee to prepare a memorialto movement on the part of the city, offense at the name carnival, declaring .
: 1899. It enlarged the the United States senate against the it be .
greatly capacityof to bad and
I' :.. the attention of hundreds of thou which seems now in a way to be or- a name one suggestive -
its different works, enlarged their bill was provided for and the people of dered. of the prostitution of public and

sands of persons. output and purchased other plants, the country urged; to gather at court private morals, and they resoluted r't

1 ore mines, etc. houses, school houses and other pub strongly against the name seemingly
The of postoffices'dter military Must Have Permit.
naming lic places to protest against the meas- wanting it changed to else
D. G. Ambler chairman of the river
l heroes has been a fad since the ure. and
to get from the associa-
In November 1899, Carnegie estimated i and harbor committee of the Jacksonville assurance \
J. outbreak of the Spanish war, and is for 1900 tion that everything would be strictly 'l
the net profits at $40- SOUTHEKX 1'KOUKESS. board of trade, received an inti- ,
1 ) now leginning to die out; but after 000,000 and Frick then estimated them mation from the government engin- moral connected with the show. For I'
reasons best I to themselves the
Deweys, Roosevelts Schleys and 842,000,000.. Lilt of New Incluittrlrs Kittnblished Daring eering department that the proposed nown

1"1 Shafters had dotted the Union, a flippant I, Carnegie valued the entire property the Past Week. canal from Lake Washington to the association did not reply to this, and i t
the ministers then indited communication -
I at 8250,000,003 and avowed his a
over Indian river cannot be excavated
r Texas town with an admiration I Among the new industries reportedthe
the words
ability, in ordinarily prosperous times, out the consent of the secretary of as j.qnoted. j.
j for the Rough Riders turned up a : to sell the property on the London past week, the more important are war. He was also informed that so The Carnival association ;

I, short time ago with A request that its market for 100,000,000: sterling, or I an acetylene gas company and an automobile soon as the matter shall be brought to simply proposes to put on a "week f

I postoffice be named "Teddy," which $500,000,000. manufactory in Virginia; the attention of the department by an show for the benefit of the public .

In May, 1899, Carnegie actually received of the and the program has been announced ;
after due deliberation, was done. On brick works in Tennessee;bridge worksin application promoters, or other- and .
iu cash, and still keeps, 81,170- wise if this should not be made it will nothing has been said
same day a postoffice in Georgia Alabama; a canning factory in North the t
000 given him as a mere bonus for his doubtless be investigated with a viewto against )program but that the
t J varied the usual procedure of securing Carolina; coal mines in Arkansas and name is offensive. '
ninety days' option to sell his 58} per determining whether or not the
the names of the great and good by cent interest in this steel company for West Virginia; a cotton gin manufac- canal would interfere with the naviga I'
in mills in Arkansas
Texas cotton
naming itself Quilp. The flippancy 8157,950.000.; :Frick's 6 per cent on tory ; tion of the St. Johns river. Tha naval stores companies located

l with which some towns brand themselves that basis would be worth 816,238,000.Frick lina, Georgia South, Kentucky Carolina Tennessee North Caro- Mr. Ambler in a brief interview said in the vicinity of Clermont have been
; a ,
I now alleges, right at the headof that the Jacksonville board of trade having a great deal of trouble in
\ with opprobrious names is illustrated Cotton seed oil mill in North Carolina; keep-
I this enormously successful business, has no desire to antagonize in any way ing their colored help on the grounds
t. by Twobit, S. D. The town two electric light plants in Texas; an
whereby at least in he made for
port any efforts of the cattlemen or farmers after payday. Many of Jhe darkies
electrical supply in Tennessee -
is probably worth niore than that. Carnegie three enormous profits and company of the Lake Washington region in after having been brought from states
Some of the names, however, evince a values, that Carnegie suddenly, and ; an switching [ 'seeking relief from the excessive over farther north at the expense of
in works in
factory Kentucky; engine
f lively and poetic fancy, as Blue Ash, with malevolent intent toward him, on Virginia; flouring mills in Georgia and flow of that section in the rainy season the companies attempt to leave

December 4, 1899, arbitrarily demanded provided these efforts do not en- before they have worked
Ohio; Bonny Doon, Cul., and Gallant South Carolina; foundry and machine long
,.t" of him his resignition as the navigation of the St. Johns to
enough for their
danger .
pay transportation.Some
Green, Md.Fortunately. shop in Texas; two furniture factoriesin
t! chairman, and this without any reason North Carolina ice factories in river. shooting between employes and
except to gratify Carnegie's malice. ; darkies
has been About
t for the industrious Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, noted a
Frick in the interest of
harmony, The friends of Mr. E. W. dozen arrests have been made, and no
Texas and irrigation in many Ag-
that of ; company
portion humanity is relatively gave his resignation and subsequently, further
Texas; lumber mills in Florida, Georgia new in Cordeal, Citrus county, are par- trouble is expected.The .
small that goes to jail during the on January 11, 1900, after Carnegiehad
North Carolina Tennessee, Texas; ing to tender him a royal reception on
thus his office
him of he
winter months on a charge of vagrancy deprived Virginia a natural and oil com- his' return home next month. Consid-
; gas
( demanded of Frick that he
because! assured of comfortable lodging pany in West Virginia; phosphate erable money has already been subscribed new city government of Sanford
(Frick) should sell to the firmhis interest was into office
sworn the
and plenty to eat. mall as is in it at which would mines in Tennessee; n planing mill in for that purpose. past week.
a figure Mayor Dr. W. H. Evans
} this element tho burden :Mississippi: ; a shipbuilding and dry being
to tle community amount to less than one-half of what sworn by Justice D. B. ::
Manly, received -
at large of these laziest of this' interest is fairly worth. dock company in Virginia; stave factory The Ocala board of trade met recently the oath of office from the

drones uiauunts annually to thousandsof Frick refused to sell: at that price, I in Georgia and in Tennessee North Carolina; tele- and heard Secretary Williams' newly elected clerk marshal and aldermen -
but offered to sell and allow three phone companies report of his' presence at the Sanfonl The
dollars. The main trouble and Tennessee iu retiring mayor, Judge
appears n.L-n to value the interest sold. Carnet ; a veneering factory cassava convention, and appointed a J. T. Welborae, not
was candidate
to be that jails ha\o become so com- t,: -3 refu"Ii this and left Frick threat- Alabama; zinc mines in Virginia. committee to meet Manager Fred G. for re-election. Judge Welborne a in
fortable as actually to invite the b.if.- '"r.lg': h. n for not yielding to his de- Tradesman (Chattanooga, Tenn). Perkins, of the Traders' and Manufacturers addition to his law business, is now

less and idle '..". of Lake :Mary: whenhe
". become residt': I English Agents Killed. company editor of the Gate City Chronicle, ant
FnADLLrNr visits Ocala. The board of trade
therein when the inclement seasc-. SCHEME CHARGED. declined to be a candidate.
Advices from Rangoon, British Bur- also offered prizes to the amount of
begins. A Western has Trick now alleges that after his
r judge adoj mall, state that British Commissioners $73. First prize, $2:) for first bale of
i .uic.1 and at the time of this last
ed the of V'
sending profe'sionr.ltramps cotton for 1900; then three prizes of Governor
interview, Carnegie was Kiddle and Sutherland, who had been Bloxham has made the
and vagrants to jail for fifteen fraudulently $25: 815 and 810 for best, second and
and secretly, without Frick's knowledge engaged in the demarkation of the following civil appointments: J. W.

days with a rigid bread and water or consent, attempting to carryout Burmo-Chinese boundary, have been third best bale of cotton grown in Marion Brady of Bartow, to be a Florida commissioner -

diet. It is said that within a week a scheme which if successful. murdered in the :Monghem: district. county and brought to Ocala. to the Paris exposition,

they beg to get out, promising never would enable Carnegie, as Carnegie Consul Lifton was wounded, but es Bainbridge Richardson of Jacksonville,

hoped, to confiscate Frick's interest in caped. to be notary public for the state at
to return to the city again, and that Poiessor Boardman has made a proposition -
the firm at large; J. E. Brook, Jr., of Vernon, to
not 33
probably over
J per to the Orlando council
the jail, instead of being filled Railroad Bridge Damaged. to
be of the
cent of its real value; that is, say, not light the town for the coming justice peace for district 1,
.i' overflowing, has few inmate Three of the Tallassee and year, Washington
very If over 80,000,000 for what, on the basisof spans using gasoline lamps for the county.
,t: this practice were followed with Montgomery railroad bridge, across! purpose.He
strict Carnegie's option, was worth $16- will put in place and furnish twenty -

.: impartiality in each city, an army of 288,000. the Alabama river, were washed away street lamps for the sum of 81,350 fora The demand at Orlando
The river in for
Tuesday night. was a
able bodied and All this, it is alleged, Carnegie did will sell to the orange
lazy men might feel and frightfully swollen condition by the year, or city as many trees.for planting is better than it has
to conceal the
that they had a call to do somethingelse secretly knowledge: thereof purposely from Frick. heavy rains and considerable damageis such lamps as may be desired at 813 been for the past foar-years. Thereare

than live off the industrious. the result. per lamp, the city to place them and men who are willing to give; the
.. supply the gasoline.
; lh orange industry another chance.

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'.::.,(:. g B FARM TOPICS 8r c o THE D;".5 T FIVE-cent SMOKING '1

on is
( Nest<< i:::c, For the lien I FALLING ;

Wo have found in
; our experiencethat

; hens Lave favorite nest and they NOT in the TRUSTTOP 1

will return to it to lay, nest egg or no .

.. .; nest egg, and when they become 1 0 I .I
broody they: seem to want to sit on the

hay or anything the nest contains, Ji i

t eggs or no eggs.: And we do not lose
sight of the fact that a neetfnl of TOBACCO j
eggs I
t [ i is always inviting to a hen. She will Ili HAIR ji

:" enjoy adding another ta the etoro ands ;\i- IS THE BRAND. i

'; will leave the nest with her congratu- .,!
lations expressed in an audible l
.. ( Union MEade !
We would suggest that if nest eggs / i.

have to be employed that real eggs be f J

not used for that purpose. All eggs CI arpef1IU p rUACSWITHEACH I) I ..4JJ :,
l that are to be sold should be gathered g 1 I !I

while fresh, and kept so until theyare MANUFACTURED' BY //'S\4 ,

sold or used. If eggs were gathered BROWN DUOS. CO.. WINSTON, N.
frequently and net permitted to / .. .. -

remain in the nests long, there wouldbe CARVING MEATS. Obeying the Scriptures. % ... :
fewer instances of hens eating
eggs.-Iowa Homestead. Evelyn (who has just been robbedof

How the Various Cuts of Meat and Kinds of b kiss-Mr.) Kurate, how dare you? :- }

", The Limit In DairylnJr. Fowl Should be Carved. Hansom Kurate (meekly)-I beg / .

There arc somo who believe that pardon, but I was only obeying the :

the limit of the cow's productive Scriptural injunction, "Do unto othersas ,
capacity has been reached, and that "There Is a real pleasure in following you would have others do unto .
the the skillful carving of a fine, well- .
record-breaking animals can never you.
hope to exceed what they have dont cooked turkey, says Ella Morris Krets- pb 0# 4
Ccn't Tobacco Spit and Sm. Your Life Away. ( ,'
chmar when writing of "The Art ofCarving" i
already. As ;
a those who talk To quit tobacco easily and forever, be magnetic 1
about the limit of the cow's capacity, In the Woman's Home Com- full of life, nerve and rigor take No-To- 'N'' ;

I and. think that dairying cannot be panion. "The carver should place the rae the wonder-worker, that makes weak men 4fJh $
"o further improved along this line, fail fork firmly In the breast, the neck- strong.. All druggists,50c or '1. Cure guaranteed. \ X\ i W : j

to consider often wbat is important end being to the loft, then separate the Booklet and sample free. Address l ,

to them individually.more Grant. two thigh-joints from the body. Next I Sterling: Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. \ J w4 {.'..J i'! .

ed that the highest record for milk remove the wings at the shoulderJointthen Pays Over Half the Taxes. E; "1.

and cream has been scored, it would slice the breast down to the long NewOrlransrepresents more than the total \'

still be a fancy of the brain to imaginethat wedge-shape piece-the 'Emperor'smuscle. valuation of oulslana, and consequently pays ;
more than half the taxes. \ :i
the productive capacities of any .' Next the bone should be removed -I ae

number of cows have been reached. whole, and then remove the oys- ( \..
fi\ \
Where we find one cow that even begins ters from the back, divide the legs DR.BULLS COUGH SYRUP ) \J71 > t' } !

to approaoh the limit of her and thighs, and begin the serving. Remove Cures Conquers a Croup without Cold at fall.voce r Yu i i'S j

capacity we see fifty that have not be- tho filling with a spoon. Is the best for Bronchitis Grippe,| ; .

gun to climb upward. Dairying is "A goose, unless young and tender, I Hoarseness Whooping-Cough and 4 M .t.o H
1 for the .
thus far from its limit. ]t cannot Is a carving problem, and even whenIn I Mothers praise cure it. Doctor Consumption.prescribe It I \ ,. 'r

approach such a limit until more thana prime condition Is a deceiving meat Small doses; quick, sure results. ..-:... ;;14 o: .

majority of the cows on the dairy dish In the matter of quamtlty. The FOR ALULUNGTROUBLE (, "
farms have been graded up to their same may be said of ducks, wild and 0# \:
highest standard, and the minority tame. There Is almost no meat on the Save Your

show some effeots of the improje- backs of these birds; thewlngs and legs airs yY ;

ment.-American Cultivator. are far from choice, having little meat, MPLES"My }

and that not often tender; so there re- .
Pulling Up Fence PoaU EaI1J,. mains the breast for
only satisfactory
Take the hind wheels and'coupling. servings. Cut the breast-meat straight she Las wIfe been bad taking pimples CASCARETS an kerrace and they,but ,;'.

pole of a farm wagon and a chain witha down parallel with the bone. A roast havo all disappeared. I had been troubled Shampoos of .r. ''=
with constipation for Bcme time but after taking
ring, or better, a large hook at. one from the round must be thinly sliced the first Cascuret I have bad BO trouble
end. Fasten the chain iu with this ailment. We
to the pole Its face. Carva rib roast In cannot speak too highly -
across of Cascarets." FRED \\'ARTMAI'.
I slices parallel with the ribs, never 6706 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia Pa. :

parallel with the backbone and make ,. '

the slices as thin as possible. A fillet CANDY ,

. can only be cut through In uniform CATHARTIC ticU i .

slices, somewhat thicker than from a .;
rib roast. A sirloin must have the tenderloin ( .

t removed and sliced separately. Ji
.. Roast or boiled legs of mutton, venison

or veal are carved by cutting at right *1

angles down to the bone, the thick side hO h ';.

first, then turning to get at the thin Pleasant. Palatable. 1'otent. Taste Good. Do f.
: Gad. Mover Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.lOc, tic 50c. i
; side. In veal mutton and lamb the
lowest bit of meat on the leg, the hook, .
Slrrll.g R.. <7 7PU7, ('!olear1I.III..aI., Hew Tark. Sit .
.J Is the choice piece, being very tender auiw'And '\

t isA11 .,i'iT and Juicy. Tongue should be cut In -Tfl'RAP MU Sold lIsts to CEBETobaceoah &(JrugBU "1
a. slanting slices, as thin as wafers. Ham,

HEADY TO PULL THE POST. likewise, should be shaved rather than A S tI gives color, of CUTICURA of =
light dressings purest
sliced toward the bone. When one understands pOT J. _

front of the axle in such a manner the exact location of joints flavor and firmness to emollient skin cures. This treatment at once (_._r
that when it is passed back over The and the grains of meats the rest of : ,

axle and bolster the ring or hook will carving Is easily acquired." stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and \ ::1

.1| about touch the ground-a little longei all fruits. No good fruit dandruff soothes irritated itching surfaces :

111- or shorter, according to the size of Ono Immense Advantage.If << \

the posts to be pulled up. the Russian Academy of Science can be raised without stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the roots' I. \

,, Now back the axle against toward the post, prevails in having English adopted as with energy and nourishment, and makes. the .J '
raise the coupling-pole: the a universal _. ..
perhaps con- Potash. .
post, against which it may lean, place ductors may use it in calling off sta- hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy
the chain like a noose around the post, tions.
-Philadelphia Times. when all else fails. i-
Clipping it down until tight. Next Fertilizers containing at least scalp c-. ,

bring the pole forward to the ground. Beauty Is Blood Deep.

This will raise the post nearly a foot Clei-n blood means a clean skin. :No 8 to 10% of Potash will give Millions J JUse
and generally fully loosen it. If the beauty without It. Cascnrets,Candy Cathartic Women .

is deeply set or hard to pun clean your blood and keep It clean, by .. '-
post very stirring up the lazy liver and riving all impurities best results on all fruits. Write CUTICCRA SOAP exclusively for preserving, purifying, and beautifying _'
to the
It out it may be necessary repeat from the body. Begin to-day to skin for the of scales and dandruff and the stop(1
the cleansing scalp crusts, : ,
'P process, slipping the noose further lanish plmp'es, boilg, blotches, blackheads, .
down. Back to the next post and re and that sickly bilious complexion by taking for'our pamphlets, which oughtto ping of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and healing, red, rough, and '-\

.,.t England Homestead. C/Ulrl1rt'ts-bt'auty for twn cents. All drug sore hands, in the form of baths for annoying irritations and chaflngs, or J
..... peat.-New gigs!: batisfactioii guarautwod, lOc, 25c, Mo- '
." be in farmer's library. too free or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes for ulcerative weak- -*

The Future of A=rioalture. The "Kid.." Repeat It. every nesses, and for many antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselvea ';

The future of agriculture will be Father-History repeats itself. free. to women, and especially mothers, and for all the purposes of the toilet, -' ...
greatly influenced by the scientific 'on-It don't In our school. They make us They are sent "l ,
to duc- kldg do it Judge. bath, and nursery. No amount of persuasion can induce those who have ones .h ,
study of matters pertaining pro
used it to use any other, especially for preserving and purifying the skin, : .:
tion. The coming farmer will have a GERMAN KALI WORKS,
Beware of Ointment for Catarrh That
of scalp, and hair of infants and children. CuticuKA SOAP combines delicate
better knowledge atmospheric con Contain Mercury, Nassau St., New York. '.
ditions as meteorology better under. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of .- 93 emollient properties derived from CUTICURA,the great skin cure, with the "1

stood. He will understand the soil when smell entering and completely It through derange the mucous the whole surfaces.fc'Uch system. t G.HOeSH c eoto purest of cleansing ingredients, and the most refreshing of flower odors. No \, f

he cultivates, its derivations, its component articles: should never be used except: on 1 FOR 14 CENTS S other medicated soap ever compounded is to be compared with it for pre- ,A..
its relation to plants prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho We wish to gain thin year SOO.OCO O and the skin hair and hand3. No t
parts, damagetbl'y"llIdol8tenfoldto the good you'' < new customer*, and hence offer O serving, purifying, beautifying scalp, V
and methods of cultivation, more accurately can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh I I 1 Pkg City Emerald Garden Beet, lie CS other foreign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to be comparedwith .
Earl'lIt OucnmberlSc
Cure manufactured by F. J. Cheney & (0., Q
than ever before. Ho will 1 La CroeaefdarketL.ttuce,130 it for all the of the toilet bath and Thus it J
Toledo 0. contains no mercury and is taken 1 Strawberry Mtlun, 16o X purposes nursery. combines -
comprehend where tho zones of plant Internally, acting directly upon the bloi-d and 0 1 li Day Radi.b, loc J in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS the BEST'
know where each mucous surf-or of the (lY8'l'm. In buying b\'t\ 1 EUl7 RIpe C'afbace. luc 6Haly 1
life lie dsfinitely Hall's Catarrh Cum be sure to get the genuine I I '. 1" I Dinner, Onion loc O skin and complexion soap, the BEST toilet and BEST baby soap. in th<> world. '
plant will do( its best aud produce its It Is taken lnternallya: aud Is made In '' ledo, ;i qv 7 1 Urilliaot t lower Scuds, lie ft o
Ohio bv F. J. Cheney Co. Testimonials free. Worth tl.00.for_ H oeata. full a has been said of CPTTCURA SnAP be said with I
maximum. Ho will have more com I All that : may even greater emphasis ,
fxr-sold by DninctM: price 75c. per bottle. I, I 4 Abore10Pkge.worthiLee.w.willFl' V CITTICCRA. Ointment, tho most delicate! ,ant mot effective: of emolli'.ntsan'lgreatest f
plete knowledge of what farmers HalTa Family Pills are the best. ( ti mAIl you free, together with our Q of yet "
great ()atalugtel lling all aliont QS4LIE3 : of skin cures. Its use in connection with Cuncc i .'-np1: per directions ri:.J. :
throughout the world are doing, and The Illinois State" Board o{ Health '. S tftlllQN COLLAR POTATO. M around each packi) in the O.sE Niatrr CUR F -R Sung: UAXIM" in the _..
this will enable him to determine the that a sanitarium for consumptives reonmmends be- | i Fit Ill nponrecciptofthianotfco1l4e.ynortrade etlLrnpVr i0171te .tad A 3C ISSTAXT RELIEF TREATMENT FOR DISFIGURIMJ Iicmxas AND IRH --ATION," :'
that promise best. He will erected. ,..- .4.know when jon once try Sal: ..,zer: 'e SJ and in many uses too numerous to mention, is Siiitcient to prove its sxrvenonty ;' w
crops .p"d you will nfTer do \bont.i Wi other for the skin.
preparations -
know how to get the cheapest growth To ...;aL:;.. tpoo i PrizpBOn Salser'a I\lUo-nr" rt over
Cure Conntlpation Forever.Take
on his domestic animals by making CnpcBretc< Andy Cathartic. lOc or Wit. i Joni eat.arbeet A. (S 1.7.11t'1'nmotoGRantonearth."'EI'ro.. U tROSI. WJg.C-_ O Ccraplcts &ferol 1 and Internal Treatment for every HUffier, "a
more perfect pastures. He will have It t. C. C. fail to cure, drugglstsrefuudmoney.French eo eeCO&eOOoeoGOOG OOH (U t-cura 'A I"2..>c.1. u. cle r.9"tho us'n.>' cruets<< and ,"
-- a.ae"'! '. oj .oft"n :1 '' ti cl.reil cntkUCITICUH (Jl.o-Jlr;\Ti : iTho i
better roads, because ho will understand manufacturers< demanded the rt>jl'c. t.\'.:. ,.1'", J:'Lutii.\ i.t iramatlun, end Irritation acl Miotbe and ;
how to use the road material with linn ot the reciprocity treaty with the Unitedfc W. L. DOUGLAS Set, P I.ft6 i;'anil ; r','", ... I Kc . : tales.H. 8XXGt.B SET la often aC5-'. >: t'J cu- .hi .a artug, A'.t&gatiait: aLj barnili,aing lim.
in his reach. The growth of scientificresearchalongbacteriologicallines $3 & 3.50 SHOES scalp, and bl"od humors.wi'l !1",. .r ;. 1't., ...1 ee! 'd''". POTTSB Dace AND C BstY.
will II, GRKJN'S S-ONS.! of Atlanta. Ga.. are the MADE CoB, bole: Prop, Bustoo. ".} d.a tI.. .;' m S:.alp. and Ilalr," tree.
only euccensful Dropsy !-pet iahISts in the world. .. 1
Worth $4 to$6 -- ',
enable him to eradicate the diseases !See: their liberal ofler in advertisement In an- IIMiLUONDOUAR --
with other makes. I I l I I M SJ 11 '
that have infested his herds throughout other column of this paper. i Indorsed by over DON'T STOP TOBACCO SUDDENLY 'THE TATO *

the past history of the world. Ex- An Old Grant. 1,000,000nearers. :>
TIt /M111hUJ have W. L. S2' It'njnre nervous sy tem to .10 *n RA/1n- I Meet talked of potato on earth! Oar l
tended and cheapened transportation Mrs. Edgar \. Sto'I'r. wife of a Columbus Oougus'! name and price.tamp..d ("THOU' the only_ cure thAt REALLY CURES Catalog tf'lIs-1'O also abbot &al-
tho O banker, has mound old and notifl- you _hen to stopold with A > ttr'm Karlimt fib Weeks'Potato !
will enable him to put prod ( ) among papers a on bottom. Take :
uarllnttthat.three boxes will farm and vegetable trderoweraln
cnre any C L.- Largest
skill in all marketsat grant signed by one of Washington's genemlafo' V no substitute claimed to be I' end harmle It V.t' Polauws,h.*andapabbLRendtbinnotleeandsc .. :
ucts of his foreign eighty thousand acres of laud located lu as good. Your dealer. R CQCURQ Ineleahlt'( ,i +
baa C"r d th'nsand+. 11 will t
the least cost and with the greatest Kansas. should keen them -if. cure yon A tall HrurglsN or bv mull I'r"' "" Itl.i i' tup rev Rig(.a&&Io>.. -ilfiTTi-
expedition. Ho will have learned to Dew Are Tour Kldaera tDr on note receipt will of price send and a pairon 250. $I box; 3 boxes" $2.50 Booklet f ree. Wr 1* ., JOUNA3AIZERSEEDf CROSSfwlS : !
observe more closely! and experiment .Hobbs'Sparairas Pills cure all kldner 111*.Sn rt 1 extra for carnage. State kind of leather, I EfKtKA: < II MICAL CO.. LaCroaie. 1VU 1 )
pie tree. Add.Sterling Remedy., t& size, and width, :
Chicago or-l.V. plain or can toe. Cat. free.
each farm being a Toucan earn (SO >>o. ban<1Itng
more extensively, rgtYnLTh W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass. DROPSY NEWDTCCr.VERYIri.;e.. Agents Wanted our Ponr.lM and Krmm per .*. u" rite for ; i
centre of research. Finally he will Dreyfus' ('oUI1&I"I." M. L..borl. will lecture for I --- --- quick re'ie"end corns wor t u-rma. C. B.Auderaon A: C thirteen weeks the United Mates next au- V feW aught In a few Ray fur iii ca.-s. Boon of teatunonia e and 10 day' treatme t ,
be educated as thoroughly as literary umn.I fil\uoTII'uable informal"-n abou- r.-nov.tnz ma rrre. Dr. E. II. SIEEK'S IOBS. Box B, Atlanta.6a i
anI professional men have been in I terial. Teaih n. e'c. HI MK 'f I LI I" KllV CO, -.. I f) ; i
hire found Piso's Cure for Cnn"nmntlon 24 WaiMLKumStrcit, C n.tantlne. 31.CB- ; CtitS WHtRt All ELSE IAIt .
the and he ..ill be especially Mention this ( 8'offnWrftfngtoadrertisers. : )
past, nnunfalllnirmedicine.-F.R. LoTZ.I3cott --- Bert Cough Syrnp. Taste Good. CacIn
trained in the direction of his life- St.. Covlngton. Ky.. Oct. 1, 189{. I KVAXT & STRATTON (Bookkeeping i Mme. Sold by drngrtan. {

work.- James Wilson, Secretary of The United-States--s-iprem-court derides" I B BOSi( SSuO.,IC,.e Louisville Ky. {T..I"lrraphy Shorthand. If boreeyeAus a Urtf'd: with 3e t Thompson' Eye Water i: (1 J

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I." I. WARRANTS OUT BAD LEGAL 'T AN LE. A Mere Formality."Yes TAYLOR DON'T SIGN "Before I agree to undertake your

:{ sir, I have come to ask yon "
for the hand of your daughter." defence, said the eminent criminal
t Beckham Asks Democrats to Con- lawyer who had been called "you will
"For Isabel's hand?
0 : FOR tinue SessionsIn "Yes sir. It is formality I have to be perfectly frank with me and
.if; SOLONS Legislative a mere ,
In KentuckyAre
: Louisville.A know but we thought it would be more Peace Negotiations tell roe the whole truth. Did you em-

.. .;.i; pleasing to to have through bezzle the $20OOO you are accused of
you me go Broken Off
-!'A'f"\\., Louisville special says: The collapse with it." having taken?

'If'84.,+""' of the peace negotiations through "What's that? A mere formality?" "Yes sir," replied the accused man.

di' f:' : Taylor Decides To Force Attend Governor Taylor's rejection of the "That is what I said-a mere for TROOPS WITHDRAWN FROM FRANKFORT "I'll not attempt to conceal the fact"
; Louisville agreement and the latter's mality." from you. I stole every cent of It

?Jf/: '..' ance of a Quorum, aoion in calling off the London legis- "And may I inquire who suggestedthat "How much of It have you still" ?"

Il):*::: lature and partially withdrawing the asking my consent to my daugh- Legislators: Are Ordered Back to Capital. "It's all gone"but about $10.
r :'. troops have left the fight over stato ter's marriage was only a mere for- Contest Will Now Go to "Young man said the eminent lawyer -
offices divested of of its warlike mality?" buttoning his overcoat about him
C : BUT BECKHAM IS UNDAUNTED. many : the Courts.A "
"; ; features, but in a worse legal tangle i "It was Isabel's mother, sir." and putting on his gloves "you'd better

;, \A .::",ia' ... than ever. "Oh! Then I have nothing more to plead guilty and throw yourself on the

':4i-? Democratic Executive Declares The receipt of the news from Frank- say."Collier's Weekly Frankfort dispatch says: Nearly I mercy of the court."
fort Saturday afternoon was followed I IeT'ery "I'll do It If you say so, sir. What
,u \.Yif, : w- He Will Protect His Contingent immediately by a gathering of Demo- One Woman's Aim. Republican committeeman was are you going to charge me for the advice .
'f"\. in the Several -
;t;.r ':i',: ,% of Members. cratic leaders at the Willard hotel. At "The evidence," said the judge, city Saturday. Republican ?"

.;i- I't' : .,. this conference were Senator Black- "shows that you threw a stone at this members of the legislature were "Ten dollars."-Chicago Tribune.

; ::.' burn, Governor Beckham, General man." I among the number, including Senator

.:'. : The tension under which the Een- Castleman, President Carter, of the "Sure," replied Mrs. O'Hoolihan, Kirk and Johnson and RepresentativeLewis. B. B. B. CUKES BLOOD POISON.

:"Z1.: '.-. lucky Republican state legislature at senate, Speaker Trimble, and others.At "au' the looks av the man shows more Bottle Free to Sufferers.

f'' :' < :, :' A London has been laboring, especially its to conclusion the legislature Governor a message Beckhamsent reciting than Oi hit thot him., yer honor. It shows thot Shortly before 11 o'clock the doorsof Blood Poison, producing Falling Hair. .

,f : ::1 during the past week, reached a crisis the failure of the peace negotia- the capitol were opened and the Itching Skin, Swollen Gland, Eating Sores,

; \ i', '. ..Friday, when the following message tions and the conditions existing at The Mystery: of Dust at Sea. state delegates went to the assemblyroom Ulcers, Eruptions Pimples, Sore Throat

?lJ.. :' i,' from Governor Taylor was received by Frankfort as Been by him and recom- It is a puzzling fact that the decks of selling the first time it has opened since and Mouth, Bone Pains cured to stay cured
.. mending that the legislature continueits vessels! show dust at night, even if they be the shooting of Governor Goebel.At by B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), made
1 i a member: washed In the and no work ti done
sessions in Louisville, as he could morning 11 o'clock Governor Taylor accompanied especially for all terrible Blood Troubles.
f'9yr "Have warrants issued for mem.fi during the day. This is like Indigestion,
not guarantee their personal securitynor by Private Secretary Todd. I Sold at drug stores $1 per large bottle. Trial
if + bers of the house and in the which creeps on one unawares. However it
put '
them from unwarranted Secretary of State Caleb Powers and : bottle sent free to sufferers. Write for it to
protect comes, the only way to cure it is by the use of
; ,I.. hands" of sergeant- at -arms to interference at Frankfort. liostetter'a Stomach Bitters, a remedy which Thatcher entered the assembly rooms. Blood Balm Co., 6 Mitchell St.,Atlanta Ga.
< eerve. never tails lot-are dyspepsia in all its forms His arrival the for wild
vr. Acting this suggestion, the was a
upon as well as prevents malaild, fever and ague.
r. The warrants were made out late in legislature, decided to remain in Louis ----- outburst of cheering, men standing on Advanced One Jiumber.

.' r the day and given to Sergeant-at-Arms ville for the present, and both houses Fools Not All"Eitinct. chairs and yelling and waving their "Does your wife let you sit in the

t { Cecil of the house. A form of war- adjourned to meet at the court house coroner's In spite inquests of the prevalence people aro of tlll newspapers turning and On bats in greeting. The doors were then easy chair she gl1.eou Christmas?"

rant for absent senators was also made Monday at noon. the gas and trying to blow out electric lights. locked and a guard placed at the door. "No; she sits in that; but now I get

j out, but it was decided to withhold The Democratic members do not accept After a two hours' session Governor to sit in the one the gave me last year."

. i:< the issuance of warrants from the Governor Taylor's action in or- "A Thread Every Day Taylor definitely decided that he would -Chicago Record.

.:Lt-' .J senate until Saturday, so that Lieutenant dering away part of troops as restor- not sign the Louisville!agreement, and Puriux FADrLErs Dn do not stain
I t' 'J i' Governor Marshall could attach ing a condition under which they may Makes a Skein in a Year. I decided to allow the matter to be settled the bands or spot the kettle. Bold by ail

1 ".. his signature. return to the capital. They say they in the courts and will abide by draggUts. _
t," \ The rigid secrecy that characterizedThursday's would feel safer with the militia than One small disease gem carried by the their decision. Slate Pencil Industry. -

.i. proceedings was maiutain- with "the irresponsible armed mountaineers Mood through the system <&3t convert a Shortly after the meeting the following Pencils from slate iust molded by hydraulic
who for weeks have been gath- statement was given out: pre' ure are n"w made in large quantit'es.
( -! ed, but it was very apparent despite healthy human body to a condition of in- They are much moro popular than the solid
.., all efforts to conceal it, that all thelegislators' ered about the state buildings" left to validism. Do not wait until you are bed "After mature deliberation and con- cut pencils. One fa''tory last year made 23,-
''t't there laboring under a fever menace them. ference with my friends from every 000.000 molded pencil
ridden. Keep your Mood pure and iif e-giv- section of the state I have concludedto
"' The positions of the two governmentsare ,
!! Kiliicnte Your Bowels With Canenretn.
:...N-( J .&**:'The message from Governor Taylor irreconcilable, and while they are ing all the time. Noels Strsaptntta allow this controversy to take its Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.

di'U,' 'sd-':r-'k'":" :to;, issue the warrants was received maintained a clash can only be defer accomplishes this as nothing else can. due course, vigorously contestingevery 1lc.Y.5c. I I C.-C.C.faU.--cJru -btor fund moneJ'

:tiA .,:: f'j'. 1, just before the house couvened Friday :.> } rto inch of ground and upholding Marshall Centenary.

a :: -. : morning. The intelligence was passed d.IS LADYSMITH DOOMED the rights of the people to the utter- February 4th. nest will be celebrated by
most. If those be lawyers and judges in various parts of the
't' rights destroyed,
: and air of
: ... secretly! to members, an country as the centenary of .John Marsh-ll'a
fe'it. suppressed excitement became plainly British KetlremenU Put victorious liners the responsibility for that destruction appointment to the chief Justiceship of the

... visible. In tilt Ascendancy.A must rest with those who sit in judg- United estate
His Great Work.A .
:;,..1 Wht-n the senators gathered in the London special says: General Sir ment. head Thin. The Peerless Tobacco Works
; '.. the Redvers Puller's is Chicago man, who has written a "It is due to say that the eminent Co..of Bedford City. Va.,wants traveling sates
chamber to -
convening once
:-..... senate prior army more men in each state. Write them for particulars.
Y Jt. several members .from the house south of the Tugela river; General book, was telling about it the other gentlemen, my friends, who secured Experience not absolutely necessary.Whales' .
joined them and were informed of :MacDonald is back at :Modder river, day to a friend who had once one hima the proposition resulting from the Tcetfc .
The aud the Boers have lost service Lou ,'i1l conference, acted in perfect m Money.Whalee'teeth
; Governor Taylor's message. secrecy apparently, form
55T the coinage of the FIJI
M. that has marked the proceedings none of the ascendancy they hate holdso "By the way,' said the author, "I I good faith, from the highest motivesof iManda. They are pnlntod white and red the

of the executive sessions covered the long. would be delighted to give you a copy patriotism and did the very best red teeth biting worth about twenty times as 7
much the white.
*:; names contained in the warrants. A The third great attempt to end the of my work, if you care for it." they could. W. S. TAYLOR, '
of "I should be more than pleased to During the conference Governor Mrs. Winslow Soothing Syrup for children
a list of a number of members to be siege Ladysmith Jesuits in utter ,
softens the reduces inflammation
teething gums
brought to London had beAu prepared failure, and even the most optimistic have it," was tho reply, "especially If Taylor stated to the members that ,allays pain,cures wlitd colic. :;:;c.a bottle.VITALITY .

;. I ., but whether warrants were Britisher fails to hold out any hope you will write your name In It." there were two courses to be pursued.
low,debilitated exhausted cured
... issued for all of them could not be as- that Ladysmith can now be saved "All right There's a book store First, to sign the Louisville agree- by Dr. Kline's Inve.! >ratin? Tonic. FBKB $1

, ).",p '. certained. Five detectives have ar- from the Boers.It Just around the corner. If you will mant; the second to quietly withdrawthe trial bottle for *treatment. Dr. Kline,
Ld.,931 Arch .Philfcdelpha. Founded 137L
/ rived in London, and every effort has is regarded S3 certain that the accompany me we will go there and troops, allow the legislature to reconvene -

., been made to keep their identity a garrison, so long bravely defended by get It. I don't happen to have a copyin I in the capitol building in One Example.
.. 'tJ\ secret. General White's forces, must fall into my office Just new.'.' Frankfort; to call off the session now Johnson-Did yo' evah heah ob any-

r: Two of them are in the town-in the the hands of General Joubort's army. After they had topped to glance at : being held in London and to ignore body takin' silver for de liquor habit?
':;' interest of the Democrats and thrae! The besieged city has been short of some of the new things in the book the Louisville agreement entirely. Jackson-Waal, yais! Old man

... 1t!l'. for the Republicans. The effect of rations for weeks and it is feared that store the author hailed a clerk, and : Several speeches were made and it was Randolph swipes his wife's spoons

> the governor's message was apparent. the situation there is desperate in the pushing his chest out very far asked :. soon apparent that the sentiment of the occasionally.o ge.

t' ..0;' Senator Cox said: extreme. It is now feared that General for the novel that he had written. gathering was vc'ry strongly in favor
We will have Joubert will make another attack i of the second course, and this was ad
V "We mean Jmsiness. on "Yes, sir," the clerk said. "We haveit
,T a quorum in the hoiue and a quorum the garrison, taking advantage of his around here somewhere, I believe, opted.

l f..1[ in the senate. We will be in working rout of the British under Buller, and but you are the first one who has ever PROCLAMATION ISSUED. IHadL6

r order and ready to transact business forcing the latter back to a position asked for a copy, and it may take me The following proclamation was

Monday.. Further than that I have south of the river, and making it impossible some time to find it Wouldn't some- i issued Saturday afternoon:

I nothing to say." for the British army to inter- thing else do Just as' well? We have a FBANKFORT, Ivr., Feb. -10, 19UO.-
j. Late in the afternoon the house fere with the attack on the city. The Bad
great many better books at the same recently prevailing in
: r" warrants were issued and the excitement There is much doubt as to the abil- this to
to price. -Chicago Times-Herald. city having some extent subsided -
t ( .!.:1L quieted down with the sudden ity of General White to, make another "--- and there appearing now to be

.b r calmness that indicated an approaching resistance, as his supply of ammunition no necessity for the general assemblyto

"t' t -or storm. must be nearly exhausted and his A remain in session in London, I do Cough
men doubt from the '
are no suffering this
DEMOCRATS IS LOUISVILLE. hereby by proclamation reconvenethe
long siege and privation. will
The Democratic legislature met in They same in Frankfort, Ky., February
< have no heart to fight the Boers knowing
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12 1900 at 12 o'clock
- Louisville :Friday morning, having that if General Buller's fresh and
4. W. S. TAYLOR, "I had a bad: cough for six
; pres"nf;: in each house a quorum of the strong troops can do nothing with the j Governor of Kentucky
weeks and could
'* total their own weak batteries and not End any
1.1" membership. Governor Beck- enemy Orders were at once issued to Gen.
'}"- rtWr ham made ihe announcement that he depleted stock of ammunition and Collier to prepare for the departure of relief whatc: cr. I read what a J r

l' is prepare '- ) protect the legislature cheerless,men cannot hope to hold out the troops, and in a very short time a wonderful remedy Ayers Cherry

y '' from arrestlfend that he will do so. long in a battle. large number of them were ready to Pectoral was for coughs' and I
These d i lopments marked the leave. Six companies left Saturday

I J._ first steps glward carrying out the MOLINEACX GUILTY. night; more departed Sunday and only bought a bottle. Before I had

plans announced Rom days ago by Jury Returns Verdict of Murder In the a small detachment remained by Mon- taken a quarter: of it my cough
the Democrats to set up a state government First Decree. day moruine:. These, it is said, are had entirely left LHawn
...' in Louisville that have been A New York dispatch says: After havo been relieved of retained only as a peace guard. me. ,

taken since these- plans were developed deliberating seven and a half hours the female troubles by Mrs. Word was at onco sent to the memo Newington Ont., May 3. IB
9. by the peace government. jury returned a verdict of guilty of bers of the Republican legislature, in
P/nkham's advice and
Some commotion wsia caused among murder in tho first degree against Ko- session in London, thnt the next session

J' the legislator by reports from London land B. Molineaux, charged with the .medicine.The would be in Frankfort, and a

and Frankfort that warrants were murder of Mrs. Katherine J. Adams prompt reply was received to the effect Quickly
about to bo sworn out for the arrest of by poison on December 28, 1898. letters of a few are that they would all leave in a body on

enough Democratic mem hf-' a to makea Bartow S. Weeks, counsel for the printed regularly in this Stll1C1 ',l1lld be in Frankfort Monday.The Cures Colds

quorum for the Republican legisla- defense, made the usual motion, aud paper action of Governor Taylornow

ture now meeting at London. When I Recorder Goff adjourned court until returns the gubernatorial fight to BBBti BPBP...ggpjygjj jfljjggggopjjjjm pffB
'a told of this, GovernoCeckhatn said: February 1C, when he said he would If any one doubts the the exact position it occupied on the

I "No member of the legislature hear the..ruotion and sentence the de- efficiency and sacredly lay following the Goebel assassination Neglected colds always lead

1 r' who comes to Luuicv.; .> need fendant. confidential character of with the additional complicationthat to comcthicg serious. Theyrun

Ir'ft. fear arrest. 1 shall l not aluw any The announcement of the verdict of Mrs. Pfakham'smeihodsrwrite there was then but one legislature into chronic bronchitis: which

U 'I. member of the general asseciblj guilty! was received in the uptown districts for boek she has and one governor in fact, whereas
a down
u. be urr'-sted. and about the clubs apparentlywith there are now two claimants for theposition pulls your general: health

Lr" When asked what measures would great surprise. Many of the club recently published which and two separate hodies.each and deprives you of sleep : or

be adopted to prevent ach crrests i.en seemed to be staggered by the I contains letters from the claiming: to be the lawmaking power they end in genuine

should they be attempted, Governor all; llncelllcnt and it was the main mayor of Lynn, the post- of Kentucky. consump-
tion with all its
Beckham replied that Le was fully topic for discussion. uncertain results.
I master and others of her
prepared to protect the legislature Don't
wait but
RIOTS AT : take Ayer
who made
city have 3IARTI.MQUE.
\ and to arrest any person who interfered LEAK IX GAS rIPE
with its members. Further than --- ful investigation, and who Cherry Pectoral just aa soon as

< this he would make no statement.It Cau..a Death of Engineer Ills Wife and verify all of Mrs. Pink- White Residents of Fort Ie France Ap. you begin to cough. A few

is known, that since the appointment l, Baby at Chicago.; ham's statements and peal to Inland Governor. doses will cure you then. But

general General arrangements Castleman have as beers adjutant made Martin Jordan, an engineer, his claims. Advices from Fort de France, Islandof it cures old colds too. only it

k., "''I wife, Mary, and their five months' old Martinique, state' that the white inhabitants -
takes little
I Pr to provide a defensive force ample for The Pinkham claims are a more time. We
last Saturday of La Francois
boy, were asphyxiated by gas being threat-
the safety of the Democratic state om-
night in their home in Chicago.A sweeping. investigatethem. ened with death by rioting strikers, refer to ;such diseases as bron-

r j sera The legislative sessions were held in leak in a gas pipe in the basement have sought refuge in Fort de France, chitis :asthma whooping-cough
deluged the house with and the having declared it
the court house, the senate meeting in gas impossible consumption, and hard winter
; when found by other members of the THIRTY YEARS OF CURESf1RTZR'SFldiK to guarantee their lives.
the chancery courtroom, the house in
had been dead for The of coughs.
the county courtroom. Twenty eena- family several hours. managers plantations are !
requesting permission to organize
;a iars--or more than a quorum--were San Salvador Flame .
Lieutenant Swept.A forces of military for the purpose of
Y; present Governor Has the largest sale of any ink protecting the If Jou' e jus taken cold a 23 cent bottle -
from San Salvador who
:1a- .',.* *,. .Carter called that body to order. Begkif. cablegram in the world. persons are keptat U all you,'ll need. For harder cases a
U.t?- : 4 tilar business was taken up where it9&'J" Central America, states that the city work, but the governor will not ac- 60 cent bottle is better. For chronic
Y .. .., : Frankfort. has been visited by a serious fire. The Ii RHEUMATISM TABLETS. Poei.itiT cept the responsibility of authorizingsuch troubles,and to keep 09 hand,the 11.00
; '. 1.." t? was dropped at I] IMI.! ncriii.- Sunulcbox. J>c- bottle Is most economical.
:-' 1' ., .'''"'1i:'-V%: total loss is estimated at $1,000,000. Address Hector Street Book Store,3.Y.City a step.
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; ::11 Saturday and Monday will] be Fired Upon By Two a Mouse.Men ConcealedIn i Newsy Gossip Town.By From. that Thriving Beginning of Womanhood Kodo I.: y

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special bargain days at Cohen
I Friedman & Co's.J Alex. Hickox had a close call Our Regular Corre pond Dt. How many cases of
last Saturday night. The services at the Methodist chronic invalidism ; J
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j Messrs John Croft and L A.I As he was walking along the I, church, conducted by the pastor, p J among women are caus- Dyspepsia Cure : ,

1 Duncan, of Lake Butler, were in I road at Raiford's still about fourteen J S Collier, Sunday morning and ed directly by ignorance ,

j town Monday. miles northwest of Starke\ i] night, were largely attended. I or improper treatment when Digests what you eat. : l

two men standing under the still j T B. Hartig found time Fridayto they are at the beginning of the ItartificiallydigeststbefoodandatdsNature '.. 1
Shirt waists
i skirts and wrappers shelter fired at him: More than aj i visit his old home Lake Butler i the menstrual period in strengthening and reconstructing .. .j t t .

I in percales silks and satins. dozen buckshot found lodgement I and to be present at the meeting G. F. P. (Gentle's Female the exhausted digestive or- I' j t s .
'; Cohen, Friedman & Co. ot K, of P at of which will gans. ltlsthelatestdiscovereddigest'j 1 ;; i
in Hickox's arm and side, but night lodgehe Panacea) taken at this time :: t; 'io
ant and tonic. No other preparationcan j
k Irregular bowel movements lead inflicted only slight flesh wounds. I is Chancellor ( ommander. He start the delicate female organ- approach it in efficiency. It instantly : I

f to chronic constipation. Prickly After being shot Hickox dropped I returned Saturday morning to ism along the right and regular relieves and permanently cures -."" I "

Ash Bitters is a reliable system a jug of whiskey he was carrying Palatka, but promised to be here path. Mothers, start a girl Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, -. ,\
from this time forth Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, a, t
regulator; cures permanently. For in his hand and ran down the road regularly right and she will be healthyand Sick HeadacheGastralglaCramps -l -

sale by Starke Drug Co. to get out of reach of the enemy'sguns. every Friday and Saturday. I happy. allotherresultsofimperfectdigestion. M i
After the business of the meet- My daughter WM suffering with great rtnfdown .
-- He afterward went to the palM and backache during her monthly period Shehad Prle SOc.and$1. Large size contains 2S4 times x% .t
The W. B. Haynes Co. calls at- home of Jack Johns, where Dr. I ing of the Knights of Pythias was I Ionr quivering TioUnt and nervous Jerking spell sensation.which She produced used O.a F.peculiar P.and small)sl/e.Book all abuutdyspepsla mailed free ef* .

tention to their stock of spring and Mark Anthony, of Lake Butler, on Friday night last, an oys- all She pains thinks were your removed Panacea and is the the jerking best medicine was stopped.In the. Prepared by E.C.DeWITT&CO., Chicago. <$? I

Dress Goo is in this called and ter was enjoyed by the world. 1 think It Is the bent I ever saw for, young girls.MAZY J. L. QASKINS. :
summer issueof dressed his wounds supper ELIZA Bs Beulah Ala. 4 .

the TELEGRAPH. Read the Hickox claims that he recognized members of the fraternity. I' If your case Is not fully covered by our FIn lOQt Religious Services in Hampton.
vertisement. the who shot him but Alderman John Croft and L. A. "UEAL TItY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES. r.l t
___ ___ .ad persons advice to '
for free
Write In confidence Elder John A. Cargile, of I \
he has not made I Duncaf, were among Lake But- LADIES HEALTH CLUB eare L.Gentle&Co., .
yet a public
For a clear complexion, bright, visitors to Starke Monday.Mrs. Chattaaoora. Tern I Stevenson, Ala., President of the ; j
statement to their .
and as identity.The I
: sparkling eye vigorous digestion southeastern Publication Society. :
would-be Wilder and Miss Daisy PRICE S 1.00 A BOTTLE.
take Ash Bitters. assassins fled from does not handle O.F.P. ask him to .
Prickly It If druggist
your Advent
of the Second Christian 3
the scene after the with Fan kner of Perry, who nave been send for It, otherwise send UII your order and II UO and ; ;
puts the system in perfect order. shooting I we will supply you direct ezpresMire prepaid. church and editor of Present 4 .
relatives here for several
beingrecognized visiting 1..CER8TLE CO., Chattanooga,TanaYou
ouj by :
Sold Starke
by Drug Co. Truth will conduct number : ;
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besides Hickox. days, lett Monday to further ex- ---- ---- a o, I'

tend their visit> to Mrs D. M assume no risk when you preaching services in the Second a; .

Special inducements in fine Lost a Hand. Gornto, of Starke, a sister of Mrs. buy Chimberlam's Colic, Cholera Advent Christian church at.Hampton : I '" '

shoes on the bargain counter at Wider. and Diarrhoea Remedy. |J. LGaskins beginning at Ita. m unrla" 'I ':'.
H. J. Dun1 Cohen, Friedman & Go's.WANTED young painter J <. t.
will refund if the iSth inst Thev will cont n e.
La-e Butler's school your money
-- who is well known about :
I town, you are not satisfied after using it. until Friday night. 23d inst. Ail j
barrels opened
50 syrup; met with an accident Sunday afternoon Monday morning quite
It is everywhere: admitted to be are specially invited to hear thiswonderfully ..
new barrels, good Will auspiciously under the charge of :
syrup. pay : that cost him his right I : ,\
cash. T. R. Sweat. hand. Mr. in the Prof. Ellis and Miss Minnie Parish the most successful remedy in use gifted man. \l i4" '
Dunkley was i for bowel and the Yours for Bible faith and ).
complaints on ,.
st -- -- woods a short distance west of Miss Ada Barfield is at present a y .. }, ? (
G. C. has been able one that never fails. It is pleasant practice, '--1 i .jlI \' ,
Livingston town: and had his gun wi'h him. guest of her special friend, Miss xF L', ; 'i -.To. .;

x to get down town several times In[ crossing a fence he started to Edna Bailey. safe and reliable. FRANK ARROX. 1\; [I .. :1 I.,' :
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during present week, but is draw the J. P. Permenter, of Jacksonville, ;
after him -- :
.. gun over when I f1 ; ,
not yet strong enough to be at his the hammer caught gainst a rail was here a few days last week Q.p-... <..e.. ;...'.:..;.;.. + + ...q-- ..... .:+:..... + .-..C-C'I.;...:. .,.. .V.=--' .&,-.-- <:of-1 a. .'ft.b 'ft-:_":. i
F1 place of business regularly.DeWitt's and the gun was fired The en- representing the grocery house (' <-!.. ,! ""-'-'
-Witch- Hazel- Salve is tire load of shot entered the palmof with which he is identified, and also .J I. J / 4

the man's hand and visited his mother while here. "',*&: I
unequalled for piles, injuries and young ESTATE OF ( Es, &
Mrs. R L. Sparkman returned ; 2
skin diseases. It is the ranged upward tearing the fore- '
Witch Hazel Sake Beware of all arm into shreds and lodging in themuscles from short visit to her sister in L. QASKINS ( ;
Lake City, Saturday night. f. .
counterfeits. J. L. Gaskins. between the elbow and :. ri J Ji
shoulder. After the accident Mr Mr. Hull and daughter, Mrs. 1'i"
WANTED Stearns, of Starke, were here look- ( f J'' J. 1
-Agent or Managerfor Dunkley came home at once and DR. J. H. COLSON, Ma lager, 1i
Accident or Old Lire Life Insurance his wife summoned Dr. Francis, ing after their interests pertainingto ) .i

Address "Com the of the Lake Buter STARKE, Fla. .
Company. who found it necessary to ampu- occupancy i ( )

pany," this office tamp for re tate the arm about midway betweenthe post office on Monday. toto f: .
Dealer In \ ;
Messrs. Charles Hill and Simmons
ply. wrist and elbow The woundin '
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ot the enginering of .
the of the corps
John Dirr, Pos yville, Ind says: upper part and at first arm the is doc-a the J. & S.V.. railroad, were in f DRUGS. flEDICINES .
"I never used anything as good'as very ugly one ;: f .
tor feared that it might 1 be neces I town Sunday Monday
One Minute Cough ('ure.Ve are and -.4
to another I Messrs. Zin and Zeigler have (
'' hary perform operation,
never without it. Quickly breaksup
taking the arm off at the shoulder, formed a co-partnership and willv : D ( '
coughs and colds. Cures all .
but at this time Mr Dunkly is doing ry soon open a large stock of l'I\ I .
throat and lung troubles. Its use CJ .
so well that it is believed the fancy groceries in Lake Butler. \; r. ;

will prevent consumption. Peasant second operation will not have to [he gentlemen are from Georgia. Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumery \ .
to take. J L Gaskins. .
and welcome them \
be performed. we to our town r.) and Fancy Soaps Hair and ;:;; ;
and hope they have unbounded -
J. G. Alvarez has stoves to I lTIj
r Tooth Brushes Rubber -
Hampton Notes. success.A Goods.
burn, and has bought them in 4*j :*l.
current here Sunday "
such a large quantity he can sell! The ball g \Wednesday night, report ) A Specialty. C
morning that Alex. Hickox I
them that was well attended and much en- .

.. can afford so reasonably to burn one. Read anyone his joyed by those who were present. had been shot Saturday night at r:: FINE CIGARS.
Raiford by parties unknown. Mr.
advertisement.Mrs. Miss Sallie Kent of Winona,
# .Hiss who has been spending: the H'ckox i is not considered dangerously \ : .I GARDEN AND 44u

J. K Miller, of Newtow last month with her wounded.
sister<< Mrs. u+) FLOWER SEEDS. "l ..
Hamilton Pa. writes "I think
MUle Manire, returned home r 1 .

DeVitt'sVitch Hazel Salve the Friday much to the regret of her Providence. \ss Goods always: fresh and clean. Careful'v.J and r .
grandest salve made" It cures new'y made friends. Prof. DeWitt and Miss Sadie :

piles and heals everything. All Quite a number of the young Patterson closed school a few days J.l... prompt attention given to Compounding C4 l'

fraudulent imitations are worthless.J. people of Hampton enjoyed an ago. Miss Patterson, returned to i l;; Physician Prescriptions, day or night f.+' (
her home while Mr. DeWitt
L. Gaskins.
efgnogg social 1 uesday evening con : G

-- given by Mr. and Mrs. Blanton.We templates teaching a private termat (. : : <. i' 7.j. .....>'ji. -.....Y....i.j.Yi: .. ', i7 j7-7'T7t70I: J ; I
James Kelley has bought the all this place. '''!.p.g.i'._!._' _. .'._':.'' ..._.-_ '' -_-. -!>-- -_..-.>. >-" ."'-.,,>S!.'- _!.><....._._.." ,. I' .'
place of W B. Crawford ill the enjoyed our selves very ,
much at the musical at Mrs. Rev. B. R. Moseley preached at !
of town thus becoming -- ---- ------------
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part Manire's Friday Oiustee church last Sunday. ---S I '
a anent citizen of Starke. evening. J.
perm W. E. Daugherty and Mesdames W. S. Xewsom is rapidly recoVering 7'
Mr Crawford has not yet decided Dr. VAN ELDEREN1 Dr. VAN ELDEREN _
Allen and A'exander left horn an attack of pneumonia.A i i
what he will do, but will) probably Tuesdayto !
attend the state conventionof rumb-r of sportsmen were REMOVES THE CAUSE: I.> KNOWS FA/ AND (
continue to be a citizen of Starke and' : AS THE GREATEST '
the Christian church which out shooting quail Saturday ANI THE 1'101' :\

or vicinity convenes at Eustice this year succeeded in killing enough for Inflammatory Rheumatism,! EXPERT IN THEsriEXiE
Geo. Barbe Mendota Va says: Rev B. F. Manire, from Jackson supper. Within TEX MINUTES. ai.J j I

f'I V "Nothing did me so much good as Miss., will preach Friday, Sat- Miss Alberta Osteen is still vis- completes a cure, avi-rag: { j I :

Kodol Dyspepsia cure One dose urday and Sunday Feb. i6th 17th iting friends here. one e-k. with Ins itmrifious TOOTH EXTRACTING

relieved me, a few bottles curedme. and 18th at the t hr stian church Mr. Frazier 'eft for Lake Butler : Hyperdomatlc : Discovery,; Ana MINOR: srROERY. '

." It digests; what you eat and Dr. Corbett and t\ B Alexan- last Mond-y- to the regret of hio Which a friends.. Anod\'tie.tiseptic and <( erniicide. ; rti-.e.1-t"of the ckiii,tltr bn|: tl
alwavs cures dyspepsia. J. L der were in Starke Saturday. many I' .1..
: : : : : : audthenervousvstem. ""
Gaskins. Prof. Ellis left Friday night for Mrs. Goshorn, of Dade City, is _--------I i _
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visiting her sister, Mrs Delia
Lake Butler, where he
Mr. S. P. Crews, of the Water opened
Taylor. BE IT ::KHsTO'WDsrthat: ,
school Monday
section who has been i.l forseveral
_. Oak "
Misses Beulah and Maggie Cly-
weeks past has moved to Messrs. \\'o1fValter Griffin I
Austin, Mr and Mrs. Lee and att have returned home
town to be near his physician, Dr )
t Painting of our church will be Dr. VAN ELDERS
J H. Colson. Mr. Crews is stopping I Misses Bessie Manire, Mary Hall, r, r-
II in few days. A box .
begun a sup-
at the home of Sheriff Denmark :Mattie Johnson, Rosa Hicks an )-... .
Anna Durden attended the per was given Fridant"ht to get
r. and is gradually improvi i g, baptismat tunds for painting 1 the school THE WELL KNOWN SPECIALIST,
though still confined to his bed. I \\ado Sunday evening. There

; I were about 500 people present and building. I I In curing Inflammatory Rheumatism and al1} other

;; W. S. Philpot, Albany Ga., says, I ten were baptised. f(
: "DeWitt's Little Early Risers did Twenty Years Proof.Tuu's Chronic Inflammatory and Wasting Diseases, beside n.iv-

b: me more good than any pills I The Metropoliton Pharmacy. ing a reputation in the painless aid skillful extraction of all
Liver Pills keep the bow-
ever took The famous little pills This is the name of a new drug such i i. .hic the
"'- i decayed teeth and roots, a:> *r :? comparison.
for constipation, iousness and elsinnaturalmotionand cleansethe I
store to be opened March 1st by '
lof doctor in thttV! has returned. his
andentist to
liver and bowel troubles J. L. Dr NV.. Francis and W. A. system of all impurities An or
Gaskins. Hutson. The Metropoliton 1'har- j I i home on the Sanderson Road L1--} miles from Starke, from
absolute for sick headache
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Douglass & A'derman have ji'st macy will occupy one side of the I' Pensacola, where he 1 has practiced for the past seven .months,
Morgan store next door to the dyspepsia, sour stomach, con- j i
received and are now displayingsome I i .
Starke Drug Co., and the proprietors and was so successful::: that
of the handsomest springand stipation and kindred diseases. I
expect to a full line i .

Starke.summer Their goods line to of be soft found bosom in of drugs and medicines.carry I "Can't do without them" ;; Not a Single Case of Rheumatism

ed shirts is exceptionally fine "I think I would with R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va. !; -
go crazy 1 could be found in the entire City of Pensacola when he left, and more
Read their advertisement on the I j pain were it not for Chamberlain's writes I don't know how I could '
: citizens
TELEGRAPH. : than a BUSHEL OF OLD TEETH were removed from its
front of "
page to-day's Pain Balm, writes l1rV, H. '
Jo: without them. I have had during his stay there. Our mode of treatment and success where all .'
"I had dyspepsia for No Stapleton, Hermin-e. Pa. "I have ,
medicine was so effective years.as Kod- been afflicted w th rheumatismfor Liver disease for over twenty ; others( failed, as well: as the rap;dity by which we reach results, are too ,

't' .01 Dyspepsia Cure It gave im- several years and have tried years. Am now entirely cured.Tutt's well known throuehout the State of Florida, and far beyond it, to re k"quire

mediate relief Two bottles produced remedies without number, but any further statement. It is enough to say that those who suffer I :

marvelous results," writesL Pain Balm is the" best medicineI Liver Pills can find relief much quicker here at home than going to large cities

H. Wis. It have got hold ot. One apolica- ----- ----- ---
Warren, Albany, where reside catch the
humbugs generally to countryman's money
tion relieves' the pain. For sale
and cannot
digests what eat
you .2& r
81.00 ? 81.00 with false promises. '
fail to cure. J. "L. Gaskins. by j. L Gaskins, druggist. f i


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Lawtey. I I
The consert and entertainment :
given by Mesds. E. A. Todd and I
E. G. Hi 1 on the evening of Feb- At it again.

C fr Early buyingmeans ruary 8th gave our people: a splen- ',
did opportunity of enjoying a great 1r
} treat. Nearly every family in the : Once again we. demonstrate our power !! 1-k
,- village was represented and the: I
? 44 surrounding country added its I of price cutting and of increasing the !, )

'XI" satisfaction. quota. Judging from the applause i of cash. As a i 1
Long purchasing your 1
from time to time all present were power

14 t well repaid for attending. l I proof of this note the following i
., I The program, consisting of three I

Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Summer I divisions, was faithfully carried | REDUCTION IN PRICES :
out, and consisted of many choice I \

, r Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than selections. The first part consisted Reduced from to

: usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding of vocal opening and instrumental with "Onward selections j Good quality! Black Mohair, $ ..7550 I i
,. .' 1.00 .80 ; 1
: the season." Marching," sung by the whole j Better ,
ri" -... .. class, and concluded with "Good 1 B ack Figured Worsted, ..3020 I
ti d Night," also by the class. While Black Arabesque Dress Goods, ..30.20Biack

+'' '' arrangements were being made for All-Wool Henrietta, .7550

; .: COME LOOK AT THESE. THEY'LL |I the the next audience part Dr.with E. A.some Todd choice favored Skirting Flannel, .50 .40 :

.-t.' selections from his gramophoneThe Krown Striped Brilliante .;0 .25 /
.:. r. PLEASE YOU : I
: doctor i is the of Goods .20
owner a splen- Blue Srriped Woolen .40

: did instrument and his hearers ap- Brown" .. .50 .25 !

, preciated his kindness. Blue; Ladies' Goth: 63 .50 I
; Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. The second part was a piece entitled -
I "A Gvpsy Cantata." :Much Blue Serge. .40 .30 :

''} t.... OrgandiesEvery style and kind. time and attention had been bestowed 20 pieces Dress Gingham, .I2/ .06 ;

. 't.. ... t the production of this! Blankets double i oo :
;.::: I upon 104 ( ), per pair, .75 .
f':; i DimitiesWhite_ and Figured. piece and it was impressively ren u" u.< 1-50 I 25 ,, !
. dered. It was followed by a series
." : Dotted Swiss_White and Colored. of "Mother Goose Tableaux," very I 12-4 u" 2.50 2 00 1
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Dotted White Lawns. amusing and entertaining.The \\" on Shoes, Ladies' j
r i ( audience was surprisedwhen e can save you money .

'. I! Piques and Nainsooks. a call was made for the new and Men's Furnishings, Trunks, Valises, :

ly elected school trusties to cometo Groceries, etc. I 1
;4 I Linen La\vnsBIack and Figured. the platform. Dr. Todd, being
I the on y member present, responded. Our Hardware is "going at" before 1
L--4 ; Dotted LawnsLinen__ Effect. He had hardly taken his seat
.> the advance prices.If i
+ when a "school marm": the per-

Dress CrashLarge quantity, from 8c to 25c per yd. son of Miss Lulu Sayles, gracefully, want to save come and
you money
politely and earnestly addressedhim
'. PercalesEvery piece a beauty. on the duties so numerous, see us. '.I JI

; and the pay so limited of those '
s: %vho are engaged in "teaching the I : .

Our Prices Will Help You to young The idea exercises how c-osed to shoot.with" a good mm im.Stricken :1 ,

night drill by the little folks, whichwas .
w pronounced perfect.At .
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Ecomomize. the close Mrs. Mary Todd -
made for donation of
an appeal a 1
by Paralysis. Notice to Tax Payers.
trees for beautifying the schor,.
; grounds. It was so generously I Major S. D. Hayes of Sampson The assessor and collector will
I responded to that 300 trees have lake, is confined to his bed, having be at the following named placts .
been contracted for. I been stricken with parahs's Monday 1 on dates mentioned tor the purpose t

ME W. "flTnES co. The parents of Lawtey highly night. He had be-n sick, and of assessing and co'fectmg'
appreciate the efforts of the accomplished thinking his condition might be- I taxes for the state of Florida and
dangerous went to the Bradford -
come ,
ladies who got up the I county during February,
home of Elder Thos. Cason, wherehe
entertainment and who try to develop 1900:
: --- the musical ta'ent! of the children could have attention. Monday Litesville. Monday 19th, p. m.

FOR RE Six-room cottage. of this community.Miss night the paralytic stroke came, Ward City, Tuesday, 20th, a. m.
II LOCAL HAPPENINGS. and he has since been unable to .
Apply to C. R. Ensey. Annie Markey one of our Zif sam day, p m.
charming young ladies is visiting speak and unconscious! the greater : Hampton, Wednesday, 21St.
:, t O. L. Mizell. of the Worthing- ]. W. Hedges made a business friends and relatives at Lake Butler part of the time. I St'rle, Thursday, 22d,
rJ;. ton Springs section, was in town I trip to Ocala the first part of the Major Hayes is a man of advanced Sampson, Friday, r3d, a. m.

t Thursday. week, returning home Wednesday.Mrs Mrs Truax and two sons, Leon years and is unmarried. He New River, same day, p m. .
> I ard and Crofton, of Iowa, are visiting well-to do and came to this sec- Lake Butler, Saturday 24th.Starve .
E. L. of Ward
Crosby, City, ,I A. S. Liddon arrived few tion about three from .
I i a ; Mrs. Burrin, Mrs. Truax's years ago ,, every first Monday and ,
! was transacting business in Starke i j I days ago from Ocala and will mother.L. \\" purchased 660 acres of ![: Tuesday tilt books close. 1

Thursday. make Starke her home for several L. Fisher, presiding elder of land on Sampson and Crosby I I-G. \\-. ALDERMAN, Coll'r. t.-

FOR SALE-Lady's second-hand months. the St. Johns River Conference lakes and built him a home out ," J. EPPERSON, Ass'r.

Waverly bicycle, about as good as preached two excellent) sermons th*re. He has since lived on hi*
'r'( new. Apply at this office. I II I H. A Farmer, the contractor, is here Sunday, and held the first place on Sampson lake and has For Sale.
1 'I remodeing! the Morgan store pre- made friends in Starke,
! conference many 163 of
quarterly Monday morn- acrrs land well timbered
Everything that is kept in a first- paratory to its occupancy by the where he has been doing his bank six miles ;
; from Melrose Clay
class department store can be Metropolitan Pharmacy.
and His friends hr-re
ing trading.
Mrs. F. P. Martin and little Price
found at Cohen, Friedman & Go's.B. I ty. reasonable or will ex- ;: t'
sincerely hope for his but I I
i Rev. J. W. Nichols, of Raiford daughter, from St. Louis. are recovery change for village property. Ad-
Drs. Wills and Colson. who attending
L. Flowers, H. S. Sapp, W. i was a visitor to Starke Thursday guests ot J. Crawshaw. are dress Mrs S. J. Benedict East
him do not think there is
";":-. M. Parker and B. J. Sapp, prominent and called to order the TELEGRAPH Randolph X. Y. 2-16.8t
much chance of his restoration to
/ citizens of New River, were 1 continued to his address.
I .' transacting business in Starker II I II I .r-, ...,. M1 F.f, -. health. E. D. Abernathv, the enterprising -
,i' Wednesday I Persons desiring to purchase School- Closed.EditorTELEGRAPttThe- young mill man of Myrtle
.;..- : j anything in the line of show cases Hampton station, "n the G. & G. rai'ro' l.
:; T. R. Sweat butchered a porker, I will find it to their advantage to Hampton was transacting business in Starke
. twenty months old, Wednesday, call: on me, as I have about three l- ffiyJli Jss graded school closed last Fri Wed nesdav. :Mr. Abernathy's
r-t that weighed 427 pounds. Big t,I more than I need. ]. W. Morgan day. 'I he school was in successful business methods since coming to
JJ!. hcgs can he raised in Florida as operation five months with Prof. -radf'.rci county have been such as

.. well as elsewhere. Mrs. E'ir Kenhaur, Mrs. L. Ellis as principal and Misses Bessie to inspire the confidence and esteem -

Former County-Commission G. Vir Kenhaur, Mrs. Wellstetter and I Manire ai d Mary Hall as assist- of all his acquaintances, andit

i- W. Clayatt, of Providence, was in Mrs. hurgeser, of Newark, N. J., I ants. The stt.dents in the different is very gratifying to his many
ate ,. town Thursday. He reported I arrived Wednesday and will be 1 departments did splendid work and [, friends to know that he is sharing
.,'. everything moving along smoothly guests at the hospitable home ot I i made rapid progress in their studie in the era of general business prosperity I
) I in his section. Captain and Mrs. A. L. von Kirn I : IiIIA' I While the writer .vas not i .1 .
-. -- I +;y mately! associated with the teachers y

,t lr.J' Mrs. S. A, Bowman, of Mayo, is Besides obliging being salesman a most F courteousand H Long 1, / 1! in their school work, still he hears I A FREE PATTERN
a guest at the home of her the highest praise accorded Prof I
,.. son, is artist in the line. (her Q9J eeteetloao.. .
quite an of try nbMrltwr.nd s..lItttal colored
D. M. Gornto Esq., and will spend i Look in Yoxr Mirror Ellis, and nothing derogatory of ,UWOfrr.pt latee & mLltraUou,. anginal
window is shown latest trt1A1o." .
'l1WUe and
decorating, as by I I ICltcU7 up-o.drsjn.
in all
some rime here recuperating from the assistants. All it was,
: a recent severe illness the artistic arrangement' of the i tint Do Qs'asrc you see sparkling_tc..;:!esr.aa-8aracc-:eyes, a healthy, perhaps, the best school term [M5CALI.SMAGAZlNEV4U:
-- show windows at theV, B. I ful form t 1 h.. .,->aUractior.s ere the resultof : Hampton has ever enjoyed. and : :
f;'''1 r.Olj'' It t'::<_v arc at:>(':lt. tl.eie
'. I Mrs. Ilaries and son Harold, of Haynes Company's store. I isntariva'v.-a.ssone disorder: of the ds- my sincere desire is that our school

... i Newark, N. J.'e expected toarrive men tinctly uru{"i:!:uni.ie',ran.onjvis.mean}health-re3cnt.and Healthy beat.:y board may be as successful in
Monday to spend the remainder -I Misses Sullivan, Beuiah Clyatt i I every whtie. securing teachers for the next .
of the "-ir.ttr season Janie Pinholster, Emma Futch i, 171r 1.REE'S term as they were when the lead Ibo'DMemakIDC OnlySOc.yearly." IItorl....r curntD''jooamle Ladyi t epke.f ncy W.aAted.lcMltowwma.ftc.work.boon-bold au.n"da Mate,..

\\ithCaptatnanci Iu-i. A. L. von I' Florence Jones, Fannie Crawford. ers for the term just closed were
c' Kirn. Edith Moore, Retta Mansell and Wls'J? o f Cardui chosen. I
Beulah Crawford and Mr. Lester CITIZE

r. Mrs. H. T. Wilder and Miss Pinholstcr are amo''>g the late entries .: makes women beautiful and healthy. -- -. "
Daisy Faulkner, of Perry; Taylor I I at the High school. A number It strikes;;: at the root of all their
. were of the ot students I trouble. There is: no menstrual disorder -
;.. county guests former'ssistc'r : I I are expected in COFFINS CASKETS
ache or pain which it will not
Mrs D.
. M Gornto, of this next week. I ,
. cure. It is for the huddinjj girl, the
city, during the first part of the I ,I, busy wife and the matron approaching ,
i week. They left Thursday morning The Ladies Aid Society of the the change of life. At every trying and a full line ofUNDERTAKERS'
J.L.. via Lake Butler, for home. I Baptist church will give a Washington crisis in a woman's life it brings Tor&a1l1l1CyUab"ladteo,miw ettc**".firt efft-ct cad not little attained children.by the n That..of eo any.
: : I supper, February 22d, the health strength and happiness. It : SUPPLIES other puttrns flay.DO equal for styltand perfect fit.
costs $un of medicine dealers.
The Progressive Whist Club birthday of the "Father of His For advice In casts requiring special [MSCAIA
f. held its second meeting at the J Country." A fancy work bazaar directions, address, giving symptoms, ALWAYS ON HAND.
J.'f'"I New Commercial Wednesday even- will be run in connection with the "ThLad=.Advisory: Department,"
.." :.1 l' ing. There were three tables, and t supper and there is a prospect that The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- THE BEST SERVICE AT THE LPA11rEPJis'r

:'."r.-' those occupying them enjoyed the |: some very artistic: work will be of tanooga 5IKS. BOZK, Tenn.> \ LEWIS, of Oenarllle, LOWEST PRICES.G. .
i \ : evening thoroughly. Dr. Francis fered for sale. The entertainmentwill Texa.s ear...:-"I was troubled at monthly .
i1tcnlls1: 1 terrible pains in head and Jarilr put tonther. Only 10 and 11 ent each-non
;c >" .- bore off the palm for having scored be given at the Rivers building back, but "hue been entirely relieved by Wineof C. LIVINGSTON. ulKber.Pak for them.Hold la Absolutely nearly e ery very city latett and" 1Ip1&11'town,or by malL"
'Ii f ;", the. greater number of points.VV corner Call and \Va:nut street. Special ut ten:ion to Telegraphic Order. THF McCALI. COMPANY
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