Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00394
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'.. .r.,1.' Lieut. J. R. Davis Advanced to Com- |: Late Arrivals. f fI
: I I mand of Co. E.
f. The resignation of Capt. A. V. .I I
FOR m been the I .
I Long having accepted by
We are constantly receiving new goods that
m m governor an election was held by I
I the Guards Mond m Drugs and fill the vacancy. The meeting was I ;
pure largely attended by members of Just now it is a large consignment ofMen's ,.

: rompt attention the company and First Lieut. J. 1 ,
I R Davis was unanimously chosen 1
Women's and Children's
captain of the company.
: 1 I come to us. The advancement of Lieutenant -
Davis to the command of the
2f lli company created a vacancy in the Shoes, ::

r .sfe.,.' commissioned staff of the com-
1. pany, and the election of a first; I
a complete line of ,
1.t lieutenant was announced in or-
t i ; Especial care and prompt attention der. To fill this vacancy the boys
. invaded the civilian ranks and j
given to the filling of' unanimously chose our popular Men's Spring and Summer
; .t: 7' Prescriptions. youtig townsman, John D. Alderman -
first lieutenantFollowing Hats
l \t 2 the e'ection'! of Lieu- ,
: tenant Alderman committee ."
,!. a In the latest and
very shapes, the largest
: S -j' waited on him and escorted him to
, !I the armory. Then the newly consignment of .k *+
elected officers made appropriate
A FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET speeches in acknowledgment of

the honors conferred upon them. Men's Soft Bosom Shirts !
m ART ICLES ALWAYSON ; The company is in fine conditionand I 1.
is enjoying a steady growth. .f
HAND. Ever brought to Starke. Both plain: white and fancy '

Smallpox at Sampson City. bosoms. These are the famous Globe Brand Shirts, j

1t: I STARK DRUG CO. m turpe-'tine H. C. Ryals operator, the ,Sampson recently City em which means that they are the. very top-notch of style \

ployed a force of negro workmen and without an equal in wearable ness. .
from North Carolina. Shortly after -

a-riving at Sampson City two

,. of the negroes got sick and their I DOUGLASS & ALDERMAN t
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--MM svmtoms excited the suspicion of
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Mr. Ryals. He feared they were !
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afflicted with smallpox and on

INSURANCE. Monday reported the matter to : '
Dr. E L. Stewart, of this city .
special agent of the state board of / .
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f J. R. DAVIS & CO., health.Sampson The City doctor at once went and his to I LINE OF .

.': diagnosis confirmed the fears ot
r ; STARKE Mr. Ryals The negroes have U .
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smallpox, one in malignant and the GROCERIES, -
other in mild form.
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$j $j $jjjj $jj of Mr. Ryals, has isolatedthe s;l HARDWARE, -*; -
negroes and established a quarantine .
@ By this means it is expected .
to hold the disease in check, : ARE, '
I STOVES!' @ and the doctor thinks there will be ,:.
no other cases unless others of IN rs, '
@ the negroes have already become There are LIVINGSTON.'A : I
infected.In i,
: @ CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. @ this connection Dr. Stewarthas the i (.-'

requested the: TELEGRAPH to their CORN, 1
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In buying this way I am enabled to urge upon its readers the necessity OATS. _

'll t.U @ still sell at the old prices in spite of @ vaccination.. The constant in favor of !
: movement of negroes from other HAY, .. '
;.., @ the heavy advance. @ states into Florida makes it wen' ness, I 1..

nigh impossible to check smallpoxby squareness, \._r't t[
the quarantine method. Vac- .
Price mine if need
you a Stove. cination is looked upon by the goods. and":

i state health authorities as the only --
I will do
j means of stamping the diseaseout. J
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and that j .
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Home of Mr. Boaz Burglarized. any other's I A Specialty.

@ @ The home of Mr. L. B. Boaz was
: G. C. G. C. LIVINGSTON.Depot .
TEMPTINGPRICES entered by a daring robber Tues- I J
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day night. The burglar entered 1------ : J
the house! by raising a window in ,!.I.
@ @ Improvement. I Plcnicjat Kingsley. .; "' ;{
the dining room. After gaining an 1
The F. C. & P. this in the i
depot at. Quite contrast to present
entrance he crept up-stairs to Mr.
@ @ Boaz's bedroom and secured the place; has undergone a complete inclement weather the weather of J

@ Started two weeks ago are still in vogue in every @ clothes Mr. Hoaz had cast off upon transformation at the hands of last week was suggestive picnics f i.
Contractor Wm Lake. A : and out-door The !f\.
bay amus?mcnt. .. t'I
Goods make secured the
department. must move to room for reti ing. Having .
c: @ clothes the stealthy rascal returnedto window has been added t(; the' beautiful I spring days were:: irresist'ibie rI '!I--.... .
spring stock. and front in which the telegraph in to a large number of $M kites; :
the parlor down-stairs rifled
@ @ struments are located. The wait '''and' a picnic at Kingsley lake W:,> .
the pockets of the trousers, securing .
The 5 cent. rebate ing rooms have been somewhat looked upon as a fitting star:31 ter '
about two dollars in small]]
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@ @ change. The trousers were then enlarged and ticket windows con- the season. Accordingly, a party
ven ently arranged for both the was made up last Friday: ?j ixi )+u.
@ Is the greatest inducement ever offered @ laid aside and left, but the coat
white and colored waiting rooms overland excursion to the jr.*: ana .
and vest were confiscated by the
} \ customers in Starke. I sell you goods as @ burglar. All the cooked victuals I I A Window has also been placed In a big dinner on the bank of that I J '
the and ':: connection with tte ,freight room, beautiful sheet of water was enjoyed -*?4
cheap as cheapest give you 5 per in the safe were made away wi h,
I \ and by the arrangment the by the following persons:
and the robber then left the house
-4 cent. of your money back. Ask for. the without having aroused mem- freight room has been enlarged i,I The Misses Strong, Miss Hen-

@ rebate check. @ be of the family.! any The whole arrangement is now shaw, Miss Monroe, Miss Trubv,
very convenient for both Agent!';: Miss Sternburg. Mr and Mrs. N,

I Hosiery and Underwear Sale. 1 Christley and his corps ot assistants i \\' Hackett, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. ,
k:( Clipped Oats and the patrons of the road. :. Sternburg. Mr. and :Mrs S. W
: Farmer & Eney are making a j I Mr. Lake has done his work well, :|: Brown and daughter. Mrs. Strorg, .
Is something new in feed. It is better than special drive on Hosiery, Underwear -''and it will no doubt receive the i! Mrs. Wheat. M lrs. Jones, Messrs.
@ @ and notions, and are offering!i] same measure of approval from his :j i A. H Johns, W. A Hutson, C. ,-
what have been and costs
you buying no some prices that cannot fa'l to interest -! will be the Wall.
I \ employers as given by i M. Alvarez and A. E.
if3* more. the readers ot the TELE- j pubic to the railroad for the evident The days outing was greatly

rt @ @ ''GRAPH This sale is the best desire to give us better sta-i enjoyed by all.
1 chance of the season to get bargains 1!: tional accommodations.j .
7)) @ J. G ALVAREZ. in thess lines and buyers I, I II Cohen, Friedman & Co's big -
'cannot do better than take advantage : department store was crowded Sat-
: @ of it. Read the prices they j Latest in wash goods-El coir- urday and Monday, and every cus- 1
r- i i roda, tissue carreaux and
quote in their advertisement on agrai tomer was pleased with the goods. -r
4 the last page of the TELEGRAPH. i gauze, at Cohen, Friedman & Co's. offered. *

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acksom' lle News, discuss- I WEAK KID I N EYS are dangerous Kidnrys because they | \ILLS & LONG, r 1 ,.
j necessity for a constitution- 1I
are favorable to the appearance of Bright's Disease I
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-_ authorizing an ATTORNEVS-AT-l.AW.

. E. in the number of our t\| Office in Pi-rk' J1uitdln 'Iark FI 1& ''
court justices, makes the 1 .
Bitters --
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uIz rhrec of the most important Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates' : PHYSICIAN AND ItGKON: .

;i now before the people of I I the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and I :;1"HKE.. FLA.
is that involved in the ad- @ I
F-- ; j I of justiceand the con- S. removes constipated conditions in the Bowels. Office in (;"'k'se Drug l Tore.GUIiSTII .

I! condition into which our --w- $

i I have been allowed to fall. !! $.V. IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLENCE. n J) M.A'1TOliEYA7'IAW.. -. .
is that should
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have been taken up in !I $ J'
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of steps to rectify : FLA. : i
alike a.7.P.. .e2. .L2.2.a.e2.e2..cz.a.L2. .L2.L2.. .L2./Z.2 ?2.2. .
F I to lawyer =, ,=,=, ''''S's.: .'S., .=.=.='-s: ;. .
In spite of the mark- : .
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a in popu'ation seen in I _b y STARKE DRUG__COAn f. -
in the thirty we I
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- vine the same number of l Editor's Lif Saved bv Chamber I The Planter and Good Seeds. I ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW.
i court and circuit judges t I II t lain's older Jld Hunk l>i.il.1ini> tarle. f''" '0
the Cough Remedy. Without good, fresh, fertile seeds
' In that time our During the of Octo- It is. "4
T)' (I Ptlpula'j early part good crops are impossible.
more than ; ber. 1896, I contracted a bad then, of the most vital importancethat J JOHN \VILLs.. 31. I) ,

I ; I valuation has increased I: cold which settled on my lungs you should exercise the great- t ,

; and the litigation con and was neglected until I feared I et I possible caution in selectingthe PJlYSelAASH: SrHliEO\.

year upon those changed con that consumption had appeare.I in I I seeds you are to plant the com I'ISKAM:> uF Ut'OlEX AM: OB.TITWl A ;
has rendered the legal an incipient state. I was con- ing season. Since you cannot determme bi'H'J.UTY ,
long of the state entirely stantly coughing and trying to their fertility or freshnessby .
(rnweititih -SuarketrueCee .
ti to the burdens imposed expel something which I could not. I II I !sight the only certain way to 1
S-IAKKE. FLA.rims. .
time : I became alarmed and after giving :.i insure! yourself against worthies. i

this matter should not have the local doctor a trial bought a.! -eeds is to buy only those that E.ATTOHNEY. RUG(;. 'j .I.

a : before now i is sur, bottle of Chamberlain's Cough ,I bear the name of a firm about 1 J

For several the Remedy! and the resu t was immediate whose reliability there is no ques-
years : -AT-LAW. y
1 l improvementand after I had i 1 tion. There are no better know I;
is court has been hopelessly used three bottles my lungs were seedsmen 1 anywhere, and none who' ,',.rnt"r CI.erl"a,1 Jar'w.'n berate. :ulket 1

with its work and it is not restored) to their healthy state.- I 1 have a higher reputation for in 43 I

of fur it to catch up so :ong H. S. KwvAKnPublisher) of The tegritthan D. M. Ferry & Co., of i 7 L, TI'W A u-r. 3i. it.t wt .

are only three justices! : kevi w, VVyant, 111. For sale by Detroit, Mich.: Ferry's seeds have ,ii1: ,'
of L. Ga kin been for seeds fo' -SPECIALISTKYE .
J. :;, druggist.A a synonym good ; :
( ( imposes a hardship I
in i dude often turns feminine : deners who continue to plant them I
of limited means, wh heads-but in the wrong direction season after seas.-n, do so with the : in St"r,- ol MtltrkP Url/I' C'o.
Mr. I 1 1
;} I to have a matter carried to i : full confidence tint thev will uniformly -
tion I --.--- be found be of vitality
court The man of to high -
I' I i His Life was Saved. and of all
: most important true
# afford to await the slow
; Mr.: J. E Lilly, a prominent citizen to name. .
on l ot the tour, belt the man of Hannibal, !\1o.latel\' had a Ferry's Seed Annual for 1900 i' ;Je"I' & -

his ail tit d up in a sui- wonderful deliverance from a fully up to the standard of former

p been aupealed to tht frightful death. In telling it he years and will be welcomed bv allwho SEEDSZI'tW i

court needs: .relief and i iJ is says: "I was taken with typhoid have learned to regard it as a I
fever that into thoroughly reliable and practical
ran pneumonia. My
; to i it. ,1 because they're
and )! pavtrr crops
J :lungs became hardened I was so guide to planting. A copymay hi fn-h and ..lway. the Met For ,

., Credmun, the ,,'cl veak I couldn't even sit up in bed. obtained free by addressing the sale everywhere.SU.k Refuaeenl>,tltuteti
tion Vothing helped me. I expected to firm as above to F. ry'8 Sent. tand prn'prr.s .
ida newspaper corresoondent. soon die of consumption, when I Ui :o'<...tl Annual free. Write for it. ?

- ; interviewing Mayor Jones heard of Dr King's New Discovery If troubled with rheumatisrr D. M FERRY & CO.. Detroit. Mich. ; J ji

1:,. the candidate for gover One bottle gave great relief.I give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a, -. T. J ...... ji
c: ; received 106 ir I continued to use it. and now am trial. It will not Cost you a centif .
'1.4 721 veil! and I can't too it does no good. One application
t ; months ago' There i is luch in its strong.praise." This marvel-say will relieve the pain. It also A FREE PATTERN 1

.fit. the )) in what Mayor Jones 'us medicine is the surest and cures sprains and bruises in one- 'her 3wn Mt.cetat. ...",rr. ...rttr. ;. Bocatiful erlrdittcuia. 1
draW lad'.L' .
f' ing 21'A: following may do in tht juiciest cure in the world for all I! third the time required bv other .al st,artuuc. CJl1.J..W end .tl'l.t.1':up.UKlttedn.gna.ef niot. Orf4cat. -4

i".. election hioat and lung trouble. Regularzes treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites,
. presidential an< II M5CALJS; .;
M'. into : thus states hi.-, position .' 50C and $ i Trial bottles free quinsey. pains in the side and tLM4Zfl
. jt .t 1. L Giskins'. Every bottle ;! chest, glandular' and other swell
" ; ,to the old p'art guaranteed. i I ings are quickly cured bv applyii g

l s system, but in the pre"i ir Kvery bottle warranteed. ?Sand
Ore..m.lrllllr inr.mii, finer work. bMisrhoId hlrt. .
I : contest rn)' support will bt There is no better medicine for 50 cents. For sale bJ.. L. hort fl'.rtri. current. .topU-t. etc Si.trrit, today.dyMc.ye.rl7. .
I ) Lair .geataw.nted.8eadtort.rmaFor
fort the party whose I'lattorn the babies than Chamber ain's _. -

the most to the cause ol I Cough RcmcIIts pleasanttaste ) If half the world worked less th J.
and prompt and effectual .,,:
other halt wouldn't be worked
liberty and the uplifting: 01! i. 'I' s< .
cures make it a favorite with .ften.
, peop'e to a higher; level! Hi thers and small children It \j

Following; out the logic luickly curt-s their coughs and No Right to Ugliness. :

qt, nO'1l :Major Jones has 'Tolds preventing pneumonia or The woman who i is lovely ii 1:
of \. ther serious I' .......
that he will support consequences face, form and temper will aiwav : .
h of i Iso curse croup and has been used i have friends, but one who wou'lcb ladies mlo .prl and little children. That sewtug 1\,t{';
nominated.: The animus thousar-ds of with-I ttf lt.h"rk>c"tZKt not attained by tbe n.*. of..iy '..10
': in ten of cases attractive must ket p her healthIf Other ttert. HAY'. equal forttrleand perfect t.M .
i to lowing is cheti\: ut a single failure !so far as Wt sh.- is weak, sickly and all ru

k I against Mr. Hanna, an- have been able to t-arn. It nonly .l"wn, she wiil be nervous and irri GALL

rfc< Creelman makes up his > cures croup, but when givens tab'e If she has constipation 01 BAZAR- .

to ) Htyan; can carry Ohio. soon as the croupy cough a: kidney trouble her impure blOt .pA11IIlNS yEa.itr

the: __ _h_ _______ "ars,, will prevent th attacK. Itiscs will iv us- pimples. Mt.hes., skit 'i
that :I ..f whooping cough it liquefio eruptions and a wretched complex ',..
'.. Weakens it easiei put together Only 10 and IS cents eachtogobltihrr. .
. he tough mucus, making ion Klectric Bitters is the bes l Fold In nemrty erenr ells and town...r by mail.
Your Kidneys. o expectorate, and lessens th medicine in the wor d to regulaU Ark fur them.TilE Ab-.baelyvery:McCALL. COMPANY latest ap-to-data, itylM.

ing everity and I irequency of the par I stomach, liver aim kidneys and US-t4 West Itlh ",...t. . 1(... York dtj, B.t.
,* Kidneys Make Impure Blood. xysms .t coughi"g, 'bus depnv purify the blood. It gives sti g

; blood in your body passes through 'ng that disease! ..f all dangerou nerves bright eyes smooth. \ p q ifK _, : O
P. once every three minutes. consequences. For sale by J L vety skin: rich cooiplexion. It wil q ; '=a-4% '<
ner, The kidneys are your I Gaskins, druggist make a good-looking charming f1--/ J r.

into blood purifiers they filter .- worn m of a run down invalid On- : = O
f I
t I out the waste orI' The leaves and flowers of th M'v "
r ly soc at J. L. GnsUns' drug st-re. "" "
.' in the blood.If till. -
( Impurities
and the bark "
oleander arc deadly, ---- ,.. I I
they are sick or out
s : I; of order,they fail to do of the catalpa tree is very mis I' J L. Gaskins guarantees ever\. Hi
: their work. chievous. bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough; hjW
to ; ; .< U1
Pains,aches and rheumatism -
}{ 'il Remedy and will refund the monet
hjK n
come from excess disease is the enemy wehave >>
, Kidney to who i is satisfied --
of uric acid in the I any one not after
most to fear as a result of theieverish ns
blood, due to neglected using two-thirds of the contents I -r1 s
f give restlessness! of our much this is the hest remedy in the "url U VU
I trouble causes quick or unsteady vaunted modern civilization. It ia i i..
for la grippe, coughs, co'ds! croup I
and makes one feel though 'j'I I
I treacherous out
enemy md M
j8SOliS and heart trouble, because the heart is ; whooping cough and is pleasant L"'J ='<. : ofr
its deadleffect under of the -
in pumping thick kidney- cover and sate to take. It preventsany rj s
{ l blood through veins and arteries. most trifling symptoms. The first tendency of a coid tf result in ,, :x&e >
' the to be considered that only urinary indication of changes in the urine, pneumonia ; | q
:i to be traced to the kidneys, fnqunt headaches, digestive troubles _
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should] be the signal fm )
diseases have their I
begin- ":'. :1
;j Mr. trouble. I prompt remedial measures. Prickly Skin Diseases. r I A

| I I sick you can make no mistake 1 Ash hitters is a kidney remedy of C5to 0)H t>
1 .. i.I your kidneys. The mild superlative merit; is is soothing For the speedy and permanent cure of I r ;
effect of Dr. Kilmer's ;:
tetter, salt rhenm and
I and eczema, Cham-
en the great kidney remedy is healing strengthening, quickly berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment if 1 flU K: % 4 at
It stands the highest for its relieves the aching or soreness without an equal. It relieves the itch
) cures of the most distressing cases that always appears in the advanced ing and smarting almost instantly I e
ida on its merits checks the of its continned nee effects
" in :stages, progress a permanent tx I fr
\' fifty- the disease and through its excellent cnre. It also cures itch, .
one-dollar iz-
: [ t scald head, sore
. of may have a I' cleansing and regulating/ effectin chapped hands!' chronic nipple sore itching1)i1 and(' I t1 ;;; 2
by mail Home of Sw,mp-Roo&. the stomach, liver and bowels, it granulated lids. eyes j I SM o

lIi pamphlet have kidney telling or you bladder how trouble.to find I brings back the strength and ruddy 'I 8f" m .
Dr. (
Tadr-H Condition :
t Powder Ot
of health. Sold for
this when writing Dr. Kilmer glow vgonuig: L !
paper nor** the best .
tonic blood
: purifier !I ;; CQ
, ern N. Y. by Staike Drug Co. l .Intlvermifnge. Price Scents. Soldbj .p 51. .a tt

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LFIr BOERS- BEGIN THE RETREAT t 't118ffi 8 0S A1 0' 0 a DUAL LEGISLATURES- '-:.: flr .:

Il Florida State News. .

Are Trying to Do Business inKentucky's

General French Enters the Beleaguered Townof Senator Tallaferro Talks. State Comptroller's Roport. State House I J"::

The following is from The New York The report of Hon. Wm. H. Reynolds .

Kimberley With Slight Opposition. Herald state comptroller, for 1899 has
been completed by the printer. From THE DEMOCRATS! STEAL A MARCH J

"Senator Taliaferro, of Florida, pronounces the statistical tables the following interesting -
i' as maliciously false charges
data is
gleaned: .
i'A FINE STRATEGIC MOVE of his force, enabled him, in spite of made by J. G. Holland, published ina Number of acres returned for taxation Blarshall and Carter Occupy Chair Together -

the difficulties of water transportation, New York newspaper this morning, 25,975,649; acres improved and Democrat* Again Declare '!t

t N to thoroughly outwit and surprise the alleging that he had entered into col- cultivated, 1,066,246; valuation (except Goebel Governor.

r "f-t B ers. The British casualties were lusion with Major Bathers, of the town lots), including improvements :I IA

.,', : Oood News Stirs. England and slight. army, in connection, with a meat con- 834,348,468;valuation of town lots and

'. Praise For French Is Heard tract. He gave out this statement to- improvements, 824,828,669, on which Frankfort special Bays: The i

MOLINEUX SENTENCED TO DIE. night: taxes were levied as follows: Democrats had a session of the senate 1 ;
On All Sides. 'I state positively that I have
Ii t State taxes, 323036.92: ; county at 9 o'clock Monday morning.. Presi- i !
never had a business transaction with school subdistricttaxes
. Condemned Man Vehemently De- Major Ruthers; never met him in ,, $26,853.40.$673,745.45; dent Pro Tem. Carter presiding, and .

} A London special under date of nounces District Attorney and company with C. B. Rogers, or any Number of horses, asses and mules, adjourned to meet again at 10:30 'I ;

f February 17, says: General Cronje, the "Jellow" Journals.At one else, to discuss business any- 52,690; neat and stock cattle, 478,707; o'clock. I
1 where; never purchased or discussedthe The Republicans adjourned Satur- !
and and
sheep goats, 108,668 hogs
with start of ; I
Or a a day or two, is in full New of meat thereon to meet at 11 o'clock and the !
York, Friday, Roland B. purchase or profits dogs, 207523. Full cash value of all day

retreat from Lord Roberts, moving Molineur: was sentenced to die in Sing with Major Ruthers, either singly or animals, $4,642,472; value of all other Democrats adopted this move to get !
northward. with others; never heard of the alleged $10,695,883 state possession of the chamber first. The ,
personal property, ;
Sing prison during the week of March ( I
General French, with the cavalry, shipment of meat to Kingston, Jamaica taxes thereon, 84,433.87; county taxes senate convened at 10 o'clock, both ; I
simply staid over night at Kimberleyand 26 for the murder of Mrs. KatherineJ. or other West Indian ports until I $239,866.33; school sub-district taxes, Carter and Marshall presiding. i ,

then pushed on to get in touch Adams. He made a statement as- saw Holland's statement, and, there- $7,071.68. The Republicans, recognizing Mar- i

: with the retiring enemy. A long Boerwagon serting that he had not been fairly fore, I pronounce the statement a tissue Total value of real estate, $59,177137 ,- shall, adjourned after prayer, and led J l "

convicted, and that of malicious falsehoods from be- $15,338,355 by Lieutenant Governor Marshall, the .
; j train is moving toward Bloem- "yellow joural- ; personal property ;
i :(. fontein, followed presumably by a ism" had put a price on his head. ginning to end. railroads and rolling stock, $18,759- Republican senators left the hall. '

J :' large force o{ British infantry. In After denouncing the newspapersand 'The motive of the Holland state- 125.64; telegraph lines, $252,736.15; The Democratic senators, recognizing !
t ment is inclosed in these few words of President Pro Tem. Carter I
a their hasty departure the Boers lost making quite an extended argu- aggregate value of all property returned ;
i qnanties of supplies and amunition. ment in his own behalf, defendant the published story: "Accordingly, I for taxation, 9352735379. attention to the Republican pro- ;
I came to Washington and sought the ceedings and continued in session. : ;
Military opinion in London is that paused, either to regain his composureor Total state taxes levied $515,036.-
to control his and counsel of a well known public man. 12 state licenses $144,958.48 The Democratic senate then adopteda
went county
Lord Roberts will not push far after temper, on ; ; ,
the Boers immediately because of the speaking with remarkable clearness This"well known public man"has been taxes, $1,126,503.80; school subdist- motion by Senator Allen, of Lexington .; I;. ,,
twice defeated by the legislature of to ratify and reaffirm the former '
present problems and the need of rest and angry vehemence."I rict tate: 4352039. Aggregate of is
; Florida for the office of senator and action of the !senate which Goobel "
by :
for the troops He has to feed 70- denounce and despise, he said, all taxes levied, $1,830,018.77.The "
A 000 in his and the whole "the act of the district attorney in at- in his disappoitment and chagrin he report shows that on December was declared. governor. Tins prevailed "r
persons army '
He tempting to villify the reputation of reeks now to injure me through the 31 there were on the state pension on a viT +' "o vote, nobody making a .

Kimberley build the railway population.from Modder must riverto re- the pure and lovely woman who bears publication' of false and malicious rolls 510 names, of which 189 were demand: 'o yeas and noes.Senator :':\,

Kimberley and revictual the latter. my name. It was the act of a black- charges. widows of deceased Confederate sol :'riplett, anti-Goebel Democrat ,-i. '
"San Francisco, Cal., Tuesday.- diers. HI.' .' with the Democrats for
and villainous lie.
guard a 71'
General French lost few 1
,, a men only Concerning the charges made by J. G. from' the purl of making a The =''F
in action but the forced marches "Now, your honor (to the recorder), Of these pensioners 51 are quorum.
I Holland, a government detective, that 2 from Louisiana 2 from Democr :.: senators adjourned after ::1.
am prepared for sentence. I am not Georgia, ,
and heat have made
probably manyill. afraid." he illegally disposed of $63,000 worthof North Carolina 14 from South Carolina I adoptir* 'ne Allen resclation. = ,
Numbers of remounts must be army bacon while he was stationedat I The Ii i -i convened at noon. Speaker ru
Recorder Goff, in pronouncing sentence !! 33 from Alabama, 4 from Missis- '
provided. reminded the defendant that his Jacksonville, Fla., Major G. W. sippi and 2 from Tennessee, leaving! Trimii-o presiding. Mr. Hickman, ;:,i

r Lord Roberts has wrought a genuine counsel had already presented all the Ruthers said today: 402 as Floridians. Dpmocrt". demanded a roll call to as:1:,.
l r preliminary success and the impression 'The charges are wholly false. I The widows the roll certain t .", pr.-pnce of a quorum. The
facts to the jury and that the court had on pension are
is that he has done for
enough but the one duty to perform. do not know their purpose, unless it credited to states as follows: Georgia, Republicans dd not answer to their ;,'

:: the present. He will need to preparefor General Molinenx was asked about is a political move to involve Senator 20; North Carolina, 6; South Caroling, names au-J i Only) fifty-three of the sixty .1

another strike. All over England Teliaferro in a transaction with which 4 Alabama 10 Tennessee 1 Missis- Democrats w(1 t; ; resent. The contest t
for ,
there have been evidences of the fund which it was proposed ; ; ;
.. he was not connected. 1 and Florida 152. matter was not taken up.
him to defray expenses he had been sippi, ,
joy.In under by the trial, and he said, when 'I did not arrive in Jacksonville Florida pays her pensioners more 8P.T1.'l.F'r NOT IX BIGHT
theater and meeting
public -
every until a month after the disposal of the
around the railway stations and I inquiry was made regarding his acceptance meat. These charges were presentedto per capita than any other southern. The impression that the contest
: state. over the : -lorahip will no'. *:e end
1 in the streets there have been expressions the war department some time .
of gladness and jubilation over "Absolutely nnd under no circumstances and ago ed till it its fought to a finis ;-.2 the
=N the news. The newspapers are edito- would I accept such a thing." were Jacksonville's Census. condo is not lessened by the action

rially rejoicing. The attorneys for Molinaux: have To Shorten School Terms. The report of the Jacksonville cen- taken ry the emocratio seniors in

Those who read the news closely see filed an appeal, and the appeal will The inadequacy of the funds and sus has been given out by Secretary their session! '")')(la1 ratifyintheir
factor in the stay the execution of the sentence in- Taylor of the city board of health, the former action by which; Senator Ooebel
only one disturbing Cape the large indebtedness of the Duval
( definitely. Molinex will, however, be following tabulated report being issued was declared
b situation: and that is the pressure of county schools caused the board of governor.
taken to Sing Sing prison. : The Republicans who spo. o for
the Boers toward Lord Roberts' line education to few ;
a days ago White males . .. . . 6,930 Governor Taylor said that be would
of supply through De Aar, which was that the terms of the different schools 'f.
1 than "O. 'T PAY CLAIMS White females .. . . .. 6,913 not recognize as legal the proceedingstaken
1 never more important now. would be shortened one or two months
De- Colored males. . . .. .. 8,343 and which, it is anticipated, will
under Commandants
I The Boers:; this spring. The total indebtedness
Colored females.. . .... .. 9,313
Government Take No Renponslbllltj For be duplicated i" the house, but has
larrey and Gobler, are making a amounts to about 34000. The Jack-
rail- Depredations of Soldiers. I Chinamen . . . .. 30 told them that ire looks upon these
to the
sistent effort to penetrate sonville schools will be affected by
A The Total population. .. ... 31,529 !
way. They have pushed General Washington dispatch says: the school board's decision. One proceedings as .legal and will not

Clements back to Arundel and have house committee on war claims has month of the term will be discontinued. In 1898! the population was 29,503; quit the fight until the whole luatter

outflanked him. All are within sixty reported adversely the bill for the in 1897, 23,649! in 1896, 27,761and in is passed upon in the courts of lat: re- .

miles, or two days' hard march of the relief of Eugene A. Stone of Green- It is a well known fact that the 1895!) 25,967. sort.His

central railway. ville, S. C. This bill asked for an school houses in Jacksonville are the Frame buildings . ... .. 7,761 position is that the former pro-

Doubtless Lord Roberts has left appropriation of 6992.50 for damagesto most inadequate institutions in any Brick buildings . .. . 601 ceedings being void, the ratification'giT'es ,

considerable forces along the line and property by United States troops city in the land, and there is no effort Wood and Iron buildings.. . 48 them no l legal vitality; that ,

can send back more if necessary. during the war with Spain. The report on foot to build suitable building Total buildings . .. 8,410 the legal presiding officer, Lieu- "
of wide to the south tenant Governor Marshall had de-
dated two 19 importance as ,
A special dispatch Jays Professor Glenn, superintendent of
it defines the of the committeewith clared the session whon I
back.and just transmitted from Chieve- position the schools, has just suggested that In the United States court at Tampa adjourned .
to the claim bills hun- the vote in taken and
regard question was ,
ley, says that an important move was the schools be stopped till suitable Judge Locke made an important
dreds of which have been introduced that the vole should have been taken
then pending there, although contrary buildings and necessary facilities shall ruling on the national bankrupt law.
this session from all states whero troops by and as in the case oi ,a .
found in the fact that yeas nays _
are be provided. He says the plan was He said that he believed the law was -- '
750 ambulance bearers have been tem- were mobilized and encamped. adopted in New York city when a sira- simply intended to place a man's affairs bill or joint resolution. (
Several of them have been offered' to settle the conflict
porarily disbanded and the further fact lar state of affairs existed, and he be- in the hands of a trustee, and ,
that traction engines are arriving at from Georgia, the larger number lieves it will have to be followed by that this was where the United States between Lieutenant Governor Marshall f\t\
coming from around Chickamauga, and Senator Carter over the
Durban from the front to be sent to Jacksonville. law end, d. His opinion was to the
::. Lord Roberts. More artillery is be- Athens, Americus, Albany and Savan, effect that all questions growing out of chair in the senate went on again Monday -
\ nah. The report : afternoon, but no agreement has
/ Lord Roberts from says :
ing sent to Cape New Road For Tampa. the busine-s after the trustee had
"The idea that the Federal been reached so far. There: was talk
govern- :
Town. The directors of the South Georgia been appointed should be carried to
ment is liable or ought in any view to among the Democratic senators Monday -I
RKCR'S have been grantedan the state courts and not the United
GEN. F MOVE EXTS. Railway Company r
pay for the depredations committed by night of voting on the ratification :
amendment to their charter Sec- Local be- 'f"
by States courts.
The from :Riet River, attorneys
following soldiers is not entitled to serious con- resolutions Tuesday in the senate by :'ter' !
of State Phil Cook lieve this to be :
authorizing a important
Free State tells how General retary very
Orange sideration. TheV claim is for and Those
French reached an extension of the line from Tifton, ruling, and one that will serve as a yeas aays. (
Kimberley: depredations committed by soldiers Monday received the
southern terminus, through Brooks distinct guide-post for future actions
"General French in command of resolntions'1-1
duriug the war with Spain. The committee twenty-one senators, two
the cavalry division and with a strong reports adversely and recommends county to the Florida line. It is the under the national bankruptcy laws. quorum. .
of the South
announced intention
force of horse artillery, left Modder the bill to lie upon the table. -
river Sunday morning for Rainban, Georgia Railway Company to build a The East Coast Lumber Companyat MISSING r\SHlEil RETURNS.

'.: twelve miles east of Enslit, here the TRUCE IX KENTUCKY. line from Tifton, Ga., down the Florida Watertown now has 250 carloads of

whole division concentrated. The next peninsula to Tampa, competing at lumber ready for shipment, and is Warnell Dec'HIli Hind Waa lu n

day he made a rapid march to Riet Effort Will Ba Hade To Consolidate Cages that point with the Plant System for I making it at the rate of ten cars per Blank Condition.

river, where a party of Boers contested of Contest. the extensive trade of the north. I day. They are having some difficulty Walter TTarnell, cashier of the .z

big passage at Dekiel and Water A Frankfort special says: The agree- The application of the company to I in getting cars enough to handle their Bank of Add l, Ga., who mysteriously ..

Fall drifts. After some hours' shell- ment to postpone the Taylor-Beckham build through Florida has already I business promptly on account of a disappeared fim that place Jannaij :

ing General French drove the Boers suit operates- a temporary truce in j| been made to the authorities of thisj large number being tied up at docks, 11th under circumstances which led '

away and crossed the river. the legal; battle over the state offices!;, j j state and the directors announce their awaiting unloading, at Fernandinaand to the belief that he hal wandered off

"Yesterday (Tuesday) the column and it is not probable that there will I l!! intention of carrying forward the work Jacksonville in a spell of temporary mental aberration -

continued its march to Klip and Rom- be any decisive changes in the situa- of construction without delay. arrived in Atlanta Sunday

daval drifts on the Modder river, tion till then, unless the return of the Letters patent have been issued for ing. morn't''t' \ l

where again a short engagement ensued Democratic legislature to Frankfort The Florida Colonial Dames met in the incorporation of the Jacksonville The story he tells is altogether a remarkable j'(--11

General French shelling the adds some unexpected feature.A Jacksonville the past week and elected Towing and Wrecking Company, with one. He sass that from the .. ...q 1

Boers vigorously and forcing a pas- part of the attorneys on both officers for the Florida association. Ol a capital of $75,000 to conduct a gen- time he stepped on board the train

sage. sides held a meeting Friday afternoonand the twelve members belonging to the eral towing, wrecking and transportation which carried him from Adel on the '"

'The Boers precipitately retreated, discussed several plans for consol- Florida division seven were present, business, owning and operating morning of January 11th until two

leaving five laagers in the hands of idating the various injunction cases in besides several belonging to the asso- vessels of various kinds. The incor- weeks ago, when he woke u*> sick: in a

the British, besides a great quantityof order to avoid a clash between the ciation in other states. In the choice porators are Napoleon P. Broward, boarding house in Louisv, ., his

cattle and 2.001 steep. I.different state courts in which they are of officers all the former board were Alex M. DouglassIontcalm Broward, mind was a blank, and he remembers

"The rapidity of General French's t pending, but a final understandingwas re-elected. Another meeting will be ,T.I.. Barrs, A. D. Stevens, Harry absolutely nothing of what he did during -

march, and the overwhelming nature not reached. held at Tallahassee in March, the dateto Fozzard, A. R. Merrill and J. E. Mer that interval of time.
be announced later. rill.

Harry Pardon, golf champion of I Admiral George Dewey and wife will '

They Demand WaKe Scale and. Shorter ;I Roberts Captures Some Supplies.Knemy's Laager and I I England, won for himself the title of visit Palm Beach, where they will be Such It the De.laratlon Made Bj PreMier -

Work Day. I champion of the world by defeating I: the guests of the Hotel Royal Poinci- Sllvcla at Madrid. .

The plumbers and gas fitters of Savannah The London office makes public the William Smith, the American champion -I anna for about two weeks. The Jack- A special dispatch received in Lon- ,
from Field Marshall
strike. They following dispatch at St. Augustine the past week, sooville board of trade will invite the don from Madrid nays that Premier \

Ga., are on a Lord Roberts: by two up and one to play in the thirtysix admiral to Jacksonville, and a splen- Silvela has declared in the senate that .'
both shorter hours and increased "jACOBSDAii February 16-The following to the with the United
want hole match. did reception will be given the hero of previous war
wages. They have demanded a nine- from General French was received Manila bay. States the British government con- <

day but Saturday, this morning: I sented to let Spain have.8,500 shells -
hour day every has
particularly new as
Nothing yet
'I have completely dispersed manufactured for
want fixed at eight were being
which they to light in the Roberts mnrder The Tallahassee city council has
side of Kim- come
the scaleof from the her at the Maxims at Placenta. -
want enemy
for a day's work. They Alexandersfontein to Oli- case, in which the entire family of I awarded contracts to Atlanta, Ga.firmsfor .
and $3 berly, from .
$1.5J$2{ a
fixed under
exterminated electric lighting plant
wages three was
to persons
phantsfonteiD, and am now going The statement has created the
day, according to experience. some foul assassin, although the offi- municipal ownership. The General
that their ground. capturedthe and is the talk of :
assert occupy greatest
The employing plumbers and supplies of cials are working diligently on the Electric Company of Atlanta got the
the strike will not materially .affect ememy laager's case. Several clues have been found contract> for the machinery, and Moore official circles. Such a statement coming -
ammunition. Casualities twentyof from the of Spain is calculated -
them and declare, if necessary, they wounded." and followed out, but amounted toi & McCreary of Atlanta got the con- premier )-
out their tools and go to work all ranks tract for construction of plant. to produce unfriendly feehng&were
t can get and It'.7J nothing.
'S 'Kimberly we i it not denied on every hand.
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THE END-OF.THE.CENTURY WOMAN. ]lately, his feet apart, his hands deepin

BraOIor ConnU Te1erap.yr Here nt the end of nineteen hundred years She i3 made out ot honey and of rue; his pockets. how it BOERS DESERT.a.
and of "Nan, must .
They tell U3 womaa I a creature "new: Sao 13 made out ol laughter tears. yon
Uethlnks she always like herself appears, Eeirar le ; STAEKE, FL.1.FIUDA.Y This human opal of the changing hue. Methinks she nlr.aysllke herself appears. been used to this sort of thing, and I

3he! Is as limpid; the morning Jew, She Is n thin,:: of many hopes and fears, : deceived you a ]little, too, about the BRITISH LAND (
FEBRUARY 23, 1900. Yet Is she oftticies wiser than the seer Of many 'virtues yet of vice, too, : way I lived here in New York. I_" : L
?r What man dare say he leads her through Touched with tho flames of two opposing he dreaded shattering her idea of him 1

Possibly Russia is acquiring and through, spheres, a festive Philistine, but there was __
ammunition hundred as l
Here at iho end ot nineteen This human oral of tho changing hue.
P. with the expectancy of using itt years? I no help for it. "I was not the mauyou .
An angel or a demon, false or true believed me to be." They Are Now Bent On Defense- -
in a grand pyrotechnic peace demon- The same as when men fought for her with As man may fashion her. He who has ears "
spearsIs Will barken and be warned. Yet they are "Dou'tyou; have said quite enough.; .
stration. of Transvaal. .
sho to-day who leads them on to sue, few, Her eyes were tearless, and there wasa
let always,when some closing epoch! near.. Il4re nt the end of nineteen hundred slight curl to her pretty, short upper ,

l t It seems almost akin to profanity They tell us woman is a creature new. years. -Ella Wheeler {Yllaoz.o lip, as she drew her skirt aside. "I '..

that steam launches should displace understand."
He waited several moments after
gondolas on the canals of Venice. ,
e mi H H e e H o o e i.lB H e H e Hm e the portieres had fallen behind her,
Shades of Ruskin and If
romance m but she did not return. As ho bent ''I

this be progress where is it going to THEIR HONEYMOON rnm over something clawed at his hair, Calls For Retired Soldiers Form -
? atop? : and he growled as he detached a grin-
Battalion For Home
mm ning spider of unearthly] proportions, Royal ;

v An American corn kitchen will be '_'V"O'V'O mm .oo'V'O mm, ..."... """, ..."... ..-v-o,..."... ,Y''m' 'Y,".....m,.,.,.,.,.,.mmmmm".,. -y............." ,.,.,. suspended by a ribbon from the gas Uefense. :
: jet. He mused for five minutes, when
of Uncle Sam's
cne features at the
OME to think of it, tiled gas grate. The first thing that the tension gave way, and he felt that
'd Paris Exposition, our Federal gOT ern- l's. we can haveagre.t welcomed Tom home was the ghastly there were thing that the human A London dispatch says: The Boersare

ment having appropriated $10,009 for Chinese idol's head grin from a hideous Joss head above heart could] not bear. ]leaving all the positions held] by

' its maintenance. The invention is to s over the door, you the heavy Persian portieres. "Nan," he called softly at her door. them on British territory and are con-
know: ," Nan was "Isn't it a beauty?" Nan had said. There was no reply, and he listenedfor
exploit Indian meal
corn by showing for the defense of their
she "Poor fellow needs centrating own
saying, as civilizing, a sound of weeping, but all was
what good things can be made from it clasped! her hands all," he returned. silent, and he entered. -the Transvaal. Sir Redvers Buller

to eat. If the cooks do justice to the behind her head _.There were cushions everywhere. The garb of the goddess was tossedon thinks he is abe!! to raise the siege of
meal the will and looked off The three-cornered divan was banked ;:
F exploiting prove successful the couch, and Xan was gone. Ladysrnith, and this was the: large
half closed with all sorts and conditions
through ;
r : ; they There was no note, no message, noth-
__ lids to where one were piled, pagoda style; in unexpected -. ing, and he went back to the little news of the day Tuesday. ;

s It is often said there is a dearth: o! caught a glimmer corners and trapped the feet of .1 front room and stood beneath the Joss General Clements reports that the

1 $5000-a-year men. This cannot meana .rte- and sparkle of the the unwary. It was a week before head and glared about the two apart I force confronting him has been ;greatly

dearth of with the ui.-ite I ocean's blue! that lay in a sweeping he rebelled against being posed for ments. The chafing dish caught his diminished. Ten thousand men are
ie crescent between the cliffs:: and sky an hour at a time on the divan, while eye, and a mighty yearning took possession estimated to have gone from the Cole-
;t knowledge; such a view is plainly un below them. "And a lot of crazy little Nan tried the effect of each pillow as of him. Raising it, he boreit burg district one. The Doers are

true. The lacking faculty or charac- Oriental things scattered around; I a background, to see which was the to the diminutive room called the also retracing their steps from Zulu- ':

teristic is the ability to plan instinctively one can pick up so many: odd bits in I most becoming to his peculiar styleof kitchen, and lifting the window with Ian.'. J

while currying on other work. the Chinese quarter, carved ivory beauty. 'I all due caution, sent it hurling down Thus they are relaxing their holdson
} +F that affairs junk boats, and great spiders with But the chafing dish was the into the black abyss below. On his all sides in order to assemble to \
so never become tangledand yellow and black splashed bodies, "bird," as he jocosely informed the way back he stumbled over a pile of I oppose Lord Roberts. He is pressing '

there is always time for one more I and frogs, and giiffius, and things, boys down town, when they com cushions, and a new andbrilliant idea 1 I steadily towar-J Bloemfontein. This 1 .

undertaking.The and they look so cute and bizarre mented on his growing slenderness. struck hiin. "'Standing where he could I is shown by his inconsequential telegram i

dangling round, you know, Tom." It was fair to look upon, fair in command a full range, he fired one from Pa.udeberg, fifty or sixty 1
1 PLfbdelpbia:! 1'nblic Ledger is Tom's straw hat was' pulled low promise, as it stood in state on aquaintold cushion after another with careful, miles away. Doubtless he is miles be-

.+ opposed for,H limental and historic over his eyes. All one could see be- Empire table near the tabouret, deliberate aim at the Jose head, hind the column that is pursuing the
.:. neath was a straight nose, and a well its surface shining as silvery moonlight spiders, Japanese dolls, junk beat- Boers and the next important news
I : reasons to changing the appearance of shaped, good-natured mouth and chin, its businesslike appearance each and every enemy of his domestic .I may be the occupation of Bloemfontein. -
f.- the presdent's official residence. It all noncommittal."It suggestive of delicious possibilities. peace went down before his wrath, .

,r, says: "Enlargements and additions will be glorious," Nan went on, And Nan never looked more charmingthan and as each cushion was launched ho :Nothing has been heard from the
would destroy th* symmetrical' build I after a pause. "You know I have always when she sat Turkish fashion be- charged it with a great and solemn chase of Cronie for two davs. Althoughthe

ing, which in its ,. is I longed for that half bohemian fore the tabouret, and played presiding curse; then, with a final glance at the last words of the war office Tuesday -
present shape, associated sort of existence, the kind that goes goddess of the chafing dish, in a ruins, he took his hat and coat and night were that there was no news
/t so closely with the history of with chafing dishes, and anytime wonderful robe, the tint of dead La went out into the night. for publication, there is a strong dis-

the country that changes in its external meals, and artistic confusion." France roses, with a girdle of old It was after eleven when the Cafe position to believe that favorable information -

appearance would be, especially Mr. Nugent had many ways of ex- beaten silver set with uncut jewels Metropole received a late patron. He has been received but is being -

since they are unnecessary, a piece of I pressing his orinions. One was by about her slim waist, and her pretty delivered his order with much de- withheld until the operations culminate -
t, iconoclasm" keeping silence. hands fussing over mysterious jars on cision, and it was a large and sub- in something more conclusive.
L I "Y u know that zigzag corner in the the tray beside her. stantial one; then sat for some time, There is an equally strong dispositionto
y __ __ back'narlor that Tint there snmpHiinw .
--- mamma said would was -- lnrkino nnA !,n Twl nnT\nf"lin. 1ia Ihrnhhinrrhead I think that has
------0 ------0 -- CronJe got
: The French posto9ke department be so awkward ? I'm going to fix it The chocolate and rolls in the morn- I All offence he casually glanced Owing to lack of transport, the

Las issued a singular order, to tho Affect all up with Turkish hangings of old ing were delicious, the chafingdishfeasts in the mirrored wall beside him, and British are not likely to invade territory

P' that hereafter mourning envelopes! rose and>.those delicious dull greens at night were enchanting, but his eyes opened wider. Not ten feet except where Lord Roberts is ,-
that is with gold.tassels and things, and havea it was not until he strolled guiltily in- away sat Nan. operating. General Buller will have
envelopes with thick bolder
a three-cornered divan, and a little to the Rienzi and ordered a porterhouse He rose and crossed to her table. to stop at the Drakensberg mountains.
on them, will not be mailable. It is tabouret ,and when home that his
you get Into vague ideas took a She looked at him in astonishment, Probably part of the 40,000' men will
[it/ not that the government does not,sympathize we'll h v 8npper there. definite form and he knew that and flushed hotly, bat he only smiled ultimately join the legions of Lord
if: with such cases; but it is "What v will you have to eat?" inquired the soul of man is not to bo and bent toward her. Roberts.If .

if found that such envelore ei arc easily Torn, with his first show of satisfied with an eternal menu of "Yon were hungry, too?'' he said, as Generil Buller avers, the
it active interest in the building: of the lobster and oysters and heaven knows gently, sympathetically. "Nan, I Boers are retreating from him, then
tampered with. They may be opened air castle. what, with entrees of Welsh rarebit fired it out the window." the news on side is favorable to

: and afterward sealed again, all traces "Any thinS('," with a comprehensivewave and fudges, the latter being a revivalof "What?" she asked, her blue eyes the British. every Nevertheless troops con z
being covered up by an application of of her.hand, the left one, wherea Nan's college days. full cf wonder. tinne to go up.
;k black ink.Although. diamond caught a sunbeam and After the first day it was easier to "The whole thing, quail: and all. The war office thinks that the call
c threw it back with a rival glitter. transgress the unwritten law of loyalty And we'll come here every day, dear, 'veterans to rejoin the colors, together
I "Yon cook anything with chafing to the chafing-dish and the Rienzi
a and get a good, square meal. with the bounty, will bring
railway rates ire cheaper: dish.! knew him but when he '
frequently; The light of knowledge came to her, 4'),000 men to the home"'defeme. The
in Germany than in England, the average !: "Can't xre.have a stove, please?" I reached the little flat at night and and the dimples in her cheeks with which home is

i1l return of the British railways is j and now the J straw hat was pushed I confronted the goddess at her shrine, I deepened, as he said, softly: urgency pressed excites some wonder.defense

little more than one-half of the Ger S I back, and a pair of blue eyes met her I his conscience smote him, and he : "I've been hero every day, but I With the casualties just reported,
own with a serio-comic pleading. caught himself noting her I liked the other and
appearance. thought you I
the British lo'i.
man yield.: When we bear in mini -s killed, wounded
| "Nay, nay,'.-Pauline," replied Nan, She would never survive such a diet. thought you meant to-night that you and
captured now aggregate 11,102.
that in Germany not only the railway, ; resolutely. "I've lived in an atmosphere lIe fancied the dainty color in her were tired of-of me."

I i __ but telegraphs and telephones, are in I of stove, and systematic cheeks was failing and one night he Nugent ]leaned back in his chair, FOR HOME: DEFENSE.The .
the hands of the state, it is obvious housekeeping, and regular course counted the loops on the silver girdleto and drew a deep breath.
1 dinners and: birds for see if it had been clasped closer queen, prior to leaving Csborno
f. that a government possessed; of sucbrcsonr'es canary twenty "Nan, he said, "you're an angel.
.7 is j, years, and one of the great reasons and he thought of the inner man, not If, mind, I say, if I had had the slightest house Tuesday morning: on her return "-
t more iudependent thau why I waut to: marry you, sir, is because exactly "capon lined," but pretty near doubt as to your worthiness to be my to Windsor, inspected the Fourth
I one which has to depend on taxatiou I you're different from the rest; it, and ho longed to smash the delusionand partner in this wilderness of woe, it battalion of the Lincolnshire militia. tJ '

s alone. In the kingdom of Prussia J I you're a newspaper writer, you know, snare on the tabonret,. and march would have gone down before this.
I five-sixths of the public revenue is derived { and out late nights and used to all Nan off to the Ilieuzi for a good square Did you order plenty, dear?" Her majesty announced with a gratified ..
the outlandish of the meal. smile that good news had just
from sources other than fij-cnl.! ways ungodly "You poor, starving boy, she began -
Philistines all mamma callsthem, andI Then came the big Farnsworth case, but he checked her. been received from the seat cf war.

i> The state railways yield an annual knew we'd live in the Barracks, as and he worked on it like a Trojan all < "I'vehad a east! at the Rienzi every Another account says the queen specified j of-:

profit nearly twice as large as the yon culled it, and have funny, stuffy, day to get scoop for the firstjedition: day," he said, and as the waiter approached the good news from Ladysmith.The .. t'
r taxes ]levied, while the annual produce little suite of rooms, and do all kinds and that day the Rienzi knew him not. and hesitated over the queen, through her private secretary -

of the state mines and forests is not of queer things, don't ;you see?" It was very late when he reached the sudden fusion of forces, he added Sir Arthur John Biggs, sent 'i
j- much Mr. Nugent did see, and was aboutto Barracks. From Sixth avenue he had over his shoulder, "Make ii two.- the following letter to the commander-
t short of the annial charge on I express himself forcibly on the seen a desolate form kneeling at the What to Eat. in-chief of the forces, 1 ield Marshal

the public debt. subject, when a breeza( tossed one window watching the elevated station, Lord Wolseley:

--- end of a soft chiffon tie across his and he was glad he had not waited to Story ToM of General Lawton.A OSBORXE, Feb. 17.-Mr. Dear Lord

Thajks to scientists and inventors, eyes, and there was a ]laugh, and get dinner down town. South Dakota volunteer who recently Wolseley: As so large a proportion of

the world is beginning to save cual. I a winsome girlish face perilously "Poor, dear boy," she said, "I was returned from the Philippines the army is now in South Africa the

Each from near his own, and the throne of reason so sorry for you, working away-" tells a characteristic story of General queen fully realizes that necessary
year now on will see a further tottered aud fell before tho on- "Got anything to eat, Nan?" he Lawton. One hot he measures must be adopted for home
; i very day ordered -
saving. Perhaps the time may slaught. asked, his eyes looking over her shoulder to bo loaded with defense. Her majesty is advised thatit
wagon ammunition -
when the cities I "Your I at his old would be possible to raise for '.
come will be able to royal highness may! do exactly enemy."Somethinglovely for the troops at a neighboring a year
I. do without coal, and thereby avoid all I as your own sweet will dictates," : ," she said. "Sal- town. When everything was an efficient force from her old soldiers

t the grime and foul it he answered steadily. "Whither thou i mis of quail with olives, and some ready General Lawton came along to who have already served as officers,
gases produces. .
goest I will what thou other noncommissioned officers
go, cutest I things. inspect the stores. He noticed or privates,
Ii The is several -
saving brought about by the will and
oj eat-- Slowly and deliberately Nugent kegs in the and asked confident in their devotion to
'_ instalment of great water power electric "Oh, d.rn't Tom; don't take it as a 'seated himself on tho divan, and what they contained.wagon the country and loyalty to the throne,

plants. A big dam has just been joke," reproachfully. watched the preparations with calm, "Water for the officers," replied the queen appeals to them to serve her

completed in Michigan that produces After a conciliatory moment of desperate interest. There was a rich one of the boys.Jumping once more in the place of those who,
silence, :Mr. Nuqent said. looking sauce, whose highly seasoned tho for a time, sUe by side with tho
a 40.0&U( volt current Tim on wagon, Lawton poe-
currentwill "The shadows point north. That fragrance tickled his nostrils, but the rolled them off with his own 'hands ple of her colonies, are nobly resisting
he used to light the streets and was the first sign I learned in nature. quails looked like humming birds in and remarked: the invasion of her South African pos-

ruL street cars in Kalamazoo, Allegau, Nan; it never yet failed to awaken a the light of his present needs, and by "We need all the ammunition that sessions. Her majesty has signifiedher

' Battle Creek and Jackson. To do responso from the inner man. Let's the time Nan reached tho olives his wagon can carry, and I if pleasure that these battalions shall
this the current will travel ninety go back to the hotel. I'm starving." whole soul rose in revolt, and he said, cau get along without water the offi-wo tn miles The air castle grew more material- pale, but firm: cers ca.n." of her army.
through copper wires. The netbiggest istic day by day, until at last it stood I "Nan, this sort of thing can't go on

enterprise of the kind is tie) a beautiful reality, and opened its any more. I'm tired of it." Chlqa'i Law of Succession. APPOINTIVE POWER CCRTAILEP.MiisUgippI 1
33,000: volt plant run by a waterfall portals to receive tho builders there A c:uple] of olives rolled on the rug It may not be generally understood 1i

in the Santa Ann river, Cal., for light I of. and she looked up, waiting. that the law of succession in China is EZ.C UT., Office Pfprlveil or ,
and to propel street cars in the i It was on the third floor of the "I'm awfnlly sorry," ho rose and peculiar, like everything else in this Considerable Patronage.A :
cityof "Fleur-de-Lis," otherwise the Bar- paced the floor nervously, wishingshe strange country. Th eldest son does ;
Los Angeles. Buffalo, N. Y., gets racks, up around Forty-third street, would not look go white. "I'd not inevitably coine to the throne. bill has passed both houses of the

electric light and power from Niagara, where one caught a glimpse of the keep it up if I could, but it's no use. The Emperor is supposed carefully to Mississippi legislature taking from the .

and Toronto will soon be doing the electric stats in the Casino's roof I've tried, honest, dear; I have tried study the character of his male children governor nearly all of the appointive

i same thing. All over the world the garden over on Broadway, on one for your sake, and now I've got to tell and he selects as the future power heretofore Tested in the office,
aide, and on the other came the you. Why, Nan, it wouldn't be fair ruler that ono whom he considers and
cataracts a e being harnessed I by providing that when vacanciesoccur
and eternal rumble of the elevated] over to you if I didn't, would it now?" natural endowment talent mind and f
a in any state, district
every such harnessing neans thousands on Sixth avenue. There were only four The salmis was cooking too rapidly, character as best adapted to the high beat or municipal office the county shall

of tons of coal save 1 per day. rooms, but the treasures therein and mechanically: she extinguished the office. One of the Emperors was tho be filled by a special election same called!

The reign of King Coal, with his were manifold and marvelous. Nan flamo. fourteenth son of his father-rather a for that
had started out with the ideas of a "It'a a month to-morrow," she said reflection the purpose.
cinders and
grime, pallid faces, will Philistine upon imperial family, The measure is a very sweeping ono
and had never deviated in a queer, low tone as she rose and since its head had to
some day be ended, and mat will from run dow and robs the executive office of a largo
soon her
standards. There was the ]looked at him, "and you are tired of the list to No. 14
-discarding thir-
amount of
be blessed with heat carved patronage which heretoforehas
light and power ivory junk boat steering aa it. teen before he could select
one used
wthout consulting] the. black monarch. uncertain course above the green I Tom squared his shoulders resof worthy to sit upon tho "dragon seat. vehicle to further by higher incumbents political: aims.as a


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How Kaffirs Bank Their Money Good l IVime for the Dot, til ,v.. Two Kinds. f 5 .___- .ttat

j s' The natives of that part of South A boj's; fishing rod was fastened to "See" my J lovely new Oriental KPAWAY fl0M Tilt: siro'1-1[ '
t which to
'Africa a croat extent Is inhabited the root of a tree on the river bank screen?
by Bushmen and Hottentots "Yes. Is it one that folds when
and he was sitting In the sun playing "A Little .
have a peculiar system of don't want to that won't -OCK are J
banks and with his you or one
dog, the
Idling time away. He UIIII'(( in Price But they stand look well, and
b:.nkln;. bad been fishing all fold when you tlo want it to? np t ;
x These Kaffirs, among whom this day and caught ?\ above all, keep away from the shop Only j
absolutely nothing. Each
package of TcxyAM FADELESS DIE
'CurIous system of banking obtains, "Fishing?" inquired the man passing. colors cither Silk.: Wool or Cotton perfectlyat & dollar or eo higher than cheap work. Why not use I t

live near Kaffraria, in the south of the "Yes," answered the boy. one boiling bold: by all druggtstaProofs them when this b the case? .f{ 1B'OCK
a' ---- .j
Colony country. The natives come "Nice dog you have there; what Is Lacking. BUGGY CO. '

,: down from their country to trade his name?" "Yon do not love me any more," she cried, ..1. See our Agent or writ direct HILL ROCK HILLS ea ,;

In the several villages and towns in 'Fish; replied the boy. as h.. strolled at 3 a. m. S..--- e e i
; I do, h. protvste'l.
: large numbers, stay with the Boers for "Fish? That's a queer name for a *"J hen. why do you not tell me the old lie fc Kg3 g K3 &!iSS J g 5 u:4: 9JJ&I& iIN
,f-' a time, then return to Kaffraria. dog. What do you call him that for?" about being detained on business: ?" she de
J ,," Their banking facilities are very 'Cause be won't bite." manded. f i

:[ primitive, and consist entirely of banks Then the To Cure n Cold In One Day.
'f man proceeded on his way Take LAXATIVE BROMO QCINISB TABLETS. All HESTERJf
of deposit alone, without banks of dI.j .- dru ltl-ts refund the m noy If it falls to cure. Q'w
i j count or Issue and they have no Obstinate Eczema. E. W. GROVE'S signature U on each box. :25c.!

checks. But still they enjoy banking "Enclosed please find $1.00 for two The Girl in Gingham.She .

I privileges, such as they are. more boxes of Tetterine. The box dresses in nothing but uin"ham. .
I From those who trade, of their own sent me has almost cured the most obsti- that:She: her is praises try DK tn tliu look poets may sing! 'em. Shells.

.t number, they select one, who for the : nate case of Eczema you ever saw. I As if the could cook: Factory Loaded Shotgun
you thinkhe'll be to strin em?
i occasion Is to be their banker. He Is i am very grateful for such a blessing as ;

converted Into a bank of deposit by your Tetterine has been to me. James LEADER loaded with Smokeless powder and NEW '- ,I IRIVAL"

,f putting all the money of those whose L. Jones, Jellioo, Tenn." 50c. box by D BulrsC to all
banker he Is Into a bag, and then they mail, if your druggist don't have it, by loaded with Black powder. Superior

\: pally forth to the stores to buy whatever J. T. Shruptrine, Savannah, Ga. Iho best remedy for other brands for'UNIFORllITY
they want. o U g h Consumption. CuresSyrup

When an article is purchased by any Resenting Deceit. Coughs,Colds,Grippe, RELIABILITY AND

of those who are in this banting arrangement "I hate her!I" Bronchitis, hoarseness f

:\,: the price of the article Is Winfred's lustrous oyes flashed an- cough Croup. Small doses. Asthma; quick, sure Whooping-results. STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. f
: taken by the banker from the deposit I grily. LJrsl'llls'.e Co"s"pa//on. IT/ai,Jo fir Jc.

'f money bag: counted several times and I "Why, we thought she was such an Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon > t ;

,,:. then paid to the seller of the article, old friend of yours?" ventured.. &
after which all the bank depositors "She is," exclaimed Winfred, with Mai-shy Company, ( having them when you buy and you will get the best. tSJ ;

l cry out to the banker In the presence vehemence, "but she doesn't show her i".h
30 S. ISroad St.. Atlanta, Ga.
:f. of two witnesses selected: age, the deceitful, hypocritical minx!I"

.4,. ;, "You owe me so much:" This Is then Of course, when they met hence- Engines and Boilers

\ ,. repeated by the witnesses. The general forth, she would speak to her and kiss Ht'BIU Water Heater. Strain I'mnpi andI'eiibertliy )
: i accounting! comes between the her, but that was all.-Detroit Jour- Injectors.Dlanufacturer e'ifor8kinTorturedBabes It

E,' banker and his several depositors! nal. !

T : when all desired purchases have been .

'. made, after which all the natives depart -

:: !',-- for their northern wilds.-Tit-Bits. ,

i\I ". He Had Married: Money. My Hair tI

: ?I; "Glad" to see you looking so well, old Was t

; marred and Dealers In
!-I tunity I have had of offering my congratulations Coming Out saw' MIT.jI: : S. :r

u'ii on your recent marriage. Corn aiilla.ree.l MI11sCotlon Gin Machinery t -,
and Grain Separator
From the look of things I guess you've SOLID: and INSERTED !Saws. Saw Teeth andI
; married money. Well, It was the right About a year ago my hair orks. KJ11 ht'.l'nt"J1t Dogs Ulrdcall Saw ,
JI Ill and Engine' Kepalrn.Governor,Grate ,
i thing to do. That finer walking berth was coming out very fast. I liars and a full line of Nut Supplies. Price .>.:

I of yours must havo been awfully bor- bought & bottle of Aycr's Hair and quality of goods guaranteed.' Catalogue
free by mentioning this paper.
I: ing. Is she in? 1 should like to be Introduced --- -- .
Vigor to this. It not
." stop only 1'Iaher'' : Rape iRpeltzgivuBlck -

I J!, "Oh, she's at work" said the hns- stopped the falling but also wen "" TThatUltl Catalog ::1r

| band, with a placid smile. made my hair grow very rapidly, rood at 11FARMiSfc> uua.re. "

1. "At work! What do you mean?" until now it is15 inches in a SEEDS .r

I asked the friend. and thick.Mrs.A. ton?welter, gwdi an_ .NarraiUd to rrrfiM.K "
length .
!1' ""'ell, you see. It was this way" replied very 'YahioaLatberF.Tror.Pt..uto.Ithedib.werla' 7

,the benedict "She had a much Boydston, Atchison Kans., Uuliloolt.by irowloc Wi!50buihcli.., Its b..air. barley I oar;UJ.and;H Brrlder.Lonjoy.. i
.. fLed""|D(.Uina .by.owloC riObnb.Salzer'.c.ra 0
better| position than mine. Head of July 2S. 1899. I per acre. If yo. doubt ..Iw thtm. 1('.wish to gala IY (
(her department. Forty dollars a week. [ 100,000 new uttodfrt. hence....wiUstad on trial t.
FOR lOc.
: Wouldn't give it up. So there was 10 pkf of Taro farm ftvc3a.;Salt Both the S.oarodOiro i
-Spelli,1"4dUOIUI[f4 bu.h. fool and bin \a
boy 4
; for it but for me to retire from '
nothing per .f.-abuaoataudba.l y. B'o..la..m.'b. gIll
.... .. ...
( .U cro[ nn ; Saliir lati j.
; business and keep house and here I It Feedsthe Rape Spring W b.it. *c.,Including our mam-
much Plat,fruilan-lSurd ,
iatalog Ullioall iI
am, you see You have to let wom n11a'e aboutaazer.Great1151111.. Dollar
1'"t"lo. all mailed for lOc. pait;
their in some thiugs.St.Louis .
way ttneT)
po worth fie to grta.tart.Foist. [
I* h..t ...'I.to a bbl aid ap. I
Republic. '
Please rkgrrart.i..g.t.-
Hair send this hlo andl, |1.00. Catalog I
'I' IH.II. (Jive Them a Chance. df. Tilth r alone_ ,uc. F
lOc.to bilker. A 1
j Mr. oku5-There's the only woman _- I

l in this town whose affairs ain't AGENTS! AGENTS! AGENTS! 1

Rossipped about the sewin' circlet Have you ever thought Why Thegnndes au l JuriwtacUir47book eyerpnblishedb

t meetiu'fl.f your hair is falling out ? It is I DABKHES3 ? DAYLIGHT
f Mr. Citiman-How does she escape? Warm Bath withUUCUV
I If f Mr. Pokus-By good management because you tre starving your W LIGHTS and SHADOWS OF NEW YORK LIFE a

I t -she fillers gits there ahead of any off ,hair. If this starvation continues JtY KKr.--WITH rYUAX 1NTT.ODCCTIOSJ ARBOTT.SMcmlirlly .

i f the rest of 'em. Lair will continue fall. lUustra..vl with 25() superb engravings
your to from flsfth lignt i>li ; In ('hicao.J There is one good hair food. say: "GrdspeedEvervonelaugitsandcrlesover ntsar--Un'it&j/tJi'..udarwsgdI000more : --
-- --- It, and AKt> /
1 Mr. PorquE'pacqne-It's good Agra s wantl all th--ouglt the South-men
very It a Ayers Hair Vigor. It goes and ",,,,w"n. $Jim' to ?! ::()O a month ID"le end
: of you to name such an early date for Terms to Air-nts.:' Addre H.-\jt'l''OUlJ
| dear; but you see that falls on a Fri- right to tLc roots of the hair 1'CIiL1 II1S CJ., Ilartlord, CeniC9. ._ ( I '

day. Arn't you superstitious about and gives them just the food LII DOUGLAS .
i that? .
that they need. The hair
\ g\ Miss Lakeside-My dear boy, I stops $3 & 3.50 SHOES MADE
becomes i
falling healthy,
J wouldn't mind if I were married on
Worth $4 to$6 compared
thirteen Fridays.-Philadelphia Press. grows thick and long. 1 \ with other makes.1ndor.ed I

A)'er' Hair Vigor will do l.OOO.Oob by aver : .
An Old and Reliable Firm.
4'J J .If you need anything in the line of Engines, another thing also : it always The genuine have: W. L. -
Douglas' and
; name rnce ; i
Boilers, Saw Mills or other Mill Supplies, or restores color to faded or '\ stamped on bottom. Take( V SOAP
{ Hepalrs, you cannot do better than correspond gray no substitute claimed to be.. G'_ fI.
5 with N eearB.Malsby&"ompany,33 South Broad hair. SUI. kottie. All dr rrtats. as good. Your dealer.
t, SL, Atlanta, Ga. They are well known.lone should keen themifnot *
e we "iIIeend a pair
I established and thoroughly, reliable; and their on receipt of price and 2c.? I.
pilots areas low as good material and honest Vt' extra for carnage.!; State kind of leather,
Write the Doctor
J : work mane-nip can be secured for. It would pay size, and width, plain or cap toe. Cat. free. (.r
.. you to correspond with them In case you need If yon do not obtain all the benefits yon c FAST a EYcn! W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass._ .
: anything in their Hue, before placing your desire from the use cf tLe Vigor, writo --- ----- And !
the Ik ctor about it. He will tell you just I Thl Two Qnart a single anointing with CUTICURA
orders elsewhere. F __ ,
i i then(,-ht thing to do,nnd will send you lonnUlnS.trlncemale
: his book on the Hair and Scalp if you from the Feet quality of emollients and of skin
with about purest
while RuhiK-r greatest cures.
I Not In the Family. request: it. Address, of luhln, three l-
: "Whv are you in such a brown study, Dr. J. C. AVER, Lowell, Mass.N I' I Mr hard fret KiibherPilxjiand pat- This .
Etho:?" 1 f ) .,nt Shut.iff. will u* sent is the purest, sweetest, most speedy per- I
"1 viRR wondering who pa was before he I .utape KKKK to any adilr -
married Ha wasn't out of family, a __ **.' In the United >Rt
ma. our 0 of Fifty manent and economical treatment for !
was he?" crop can -0 *.n>d receipt the iiamof two Centji torturing, .

S The. TteKt for Chills ;mot. ;, roar. )t 1"ib"r8 th"coat of this manufacturing ljle disfiguring itching burning
Prpurrlption 'than bleeding scaly
and Fever la a bottle of GHOTK'S TAsTJr.: s grow with- yk !A t th. "..- Rood wemaaethlt l"
Cmu.Toxic. It Is simply iron and quinine In Iarsonly.wntererCztalog.t'I'.r tor thirty crusted and pimply skin and scalp humors with
a tasteles form. No cure-no i,ay. Price 50c. out Potash. 4 uM.cneral K!..n hanrtUe.SECORDHOPKINSCO. ,

) *" Wants to liaise 'Em. 24Jiu> nw. 1.5th- ..bt.CII1CAUU. ILL..., loss of hair, of infants and children, and is sure J

Old farmer to Imon: "X trw don't forget Every blade of
\\i I whileye'rein the city to sit some uy them 1.\.JONEV: -- to succeed when all other remedies fail. J
'Ifctric-Hcht> plants we heern so much about.
"'.kin jis' ez well rabe 'em ourselves au' Grass, every grainof tor

save kerosene."How's This? Corn, all Fruits OLD Union soldiers SOLDIERS and widows of soldiers who made Millions of Women Use Cuticura Soap I

We tCTer One Hundred Dollars Reward: for homestead entries before June 22,1874 of less than
any vase of Catarrh that cannot te cured by and Vegetablesmust 1 60 acres (no matter if abandoned or relinquished), Exclusively for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleansing: : ?.. t
11!all's Oi'.arrh Cure.F. If they have not sold their additional homestead scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling nairfor soitt ring
J. CHENEY & ro Props., Toledo, 0.We rights should address, with full particulars giv- I
., undersigned, have known F. J. Che.ney -. have it. If lngdistr.ctficcHIit2TH.C:?'?, WuMagUs, P. C. whitening, and soothing red, rough, and sore hands: in tho form of baths for 1
f.f the III"t 15 yenrs.and believe him perfectly ----- -- --- annoying irritations inflammations, and chafings, or too free or offensive Perspiration .

and financial honorable able In all to carry business out transitions any obligation enough is suppliedyou 8TC:v;,0 FREEPenaaa&atly in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses, and for many sanative i

made t-y their firm. Cored antiseptic: purposes which readily suggest themselves to women, and especially ,
WEST & t Bell:, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo.WALKING. ITS lassallr Preveirtid bvDK. mothers, and for all the of the toilet bath
and of
Ohio can count on a full cropif KLINE'S GREAT purposes nursery. No amount l'
KINNAK A MARTIN, Wholesale SERVE RESTORER persuasion can induco those who have once used it to use any other, especially for : >
Druggists, Toledo UhIo.lIall' ,. preserving and purifying the skin, scalp, and hair of infants and children. CunCCRA
Catarrh Care Is taken Internally actIng too little, the growth will be Podtlrenn trrMtff 'a D.ucsu.FI tpOrfif, -
fjKum :l. Fitw' Data t e t tt..r Nt rrcoaaaiaartar .
directly open the blood and mucous surfaces SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from COTICUBA.,the great:
and ,
lintajj'aBM. TrtatiM $2 trial bottle : f'
of the system. Price.T5c. per bottle. :Old free. >" Flspauaou.. tic; ,.;_. ...*..-,-et.rga.brn ....>r Skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and tho most refreshing of flower '
Testimonials tre. "scrubby. rrwir'1.! f"3il 10 I1' k 1.01. Roilrra*
all Drnjrglsts.! .. .. ,
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FULL CONTROL DR. TRACY "CONFESSES." JACOBSDAL ENTEREDBritish PORTO RICAN Wrangler-Yon The Real Test say for Swearing.that Job's pa- ;* ;

tience never was really tested? a I'

. r Tells Senate Committee He Only Quibbler-I do. Why, he never

OVER ISLANDS Offered Bribe To Test Take Posassion of Boer TARIFF BILLBefore put the lighted end of his cigar in his
j mouth just as he wanted to make his d

Judge's Honesty. Town In Orange Free State, argument most impressive.-Life. ;
Senator Clark of Montana "
was Barnacles on Ocean Cables.

again the star witness before the sen- The recent investigation for cable laying lathe
MILITARY POLICE PATROL STREETS. the House and Great I'acinc Ooean have revealed the Intere-t-
Plenary Powers May Be Applied ate committee on privileges and elec- lug fact that it not upon rock bo t ton. they

.i .'? tions Monday, notwithstanding Dr. Debate Is Inaugurated. gradually seaweeds become heavy entrusted enough to wth break barnaclesand them. '
Their Government
to Tracy was also heard. This Is like dyxpepsin. which If it is not check-
1 f The Utmost Order Prevails and Inhabitant ed. crow until it breaks down the health
el Dr. Tracy, Justice Hunt's physician, Uostetter's Stomach. Bitters will prevent as'
Show :No 111 Will Toward
occupied the entire forenoon and a well aa cure indigestion. dyspepsia, b llous-
the Invaders. ness liver and kidney troubles. It maker
PRESIDENT MAKES STATEMENT part of the afternoon session. : GREAT QUESTIONS INVOLVED. weak stomachs strong All druggists sell It.

. His statement concerning his inter-
Ever Meet Jimson? ,
view with Justice Hunt corroboratedthe Advices from Jacobsdal Orange :I
JAck-"Ha! ha! That'a Rood story.
testimony of the justice in all II re comesJimsor.; tell itto hlm."t
Information Oiven Out By Henry essential details except that his recol- Free State, state that Roberts' troops Democrats Are Solidly Arrayed 1''m-"No. I never tell a new funny story 't,
Jimson. It al way reminds him of an old
lection was that $50,000 and not entered the captured town Sunday.The Against Measure and Discus and dismal one." '1. '
Loomis Nelson Is Published
$100,000 was the amount mentionedby utmost order prevails there. sion Will Invoke Interest.A .

In New York Papers. him as the price which the justice Military police patrol the streets, 44 A Stitch in Time

should for Wellcome
get having but
not a stick of furniture has been
disbarment case thrown out of the "
taken. A Washington special : The Saves Nine ;
A statement made by President Mc- state supreme court. sentry has been placed be- Bays ;

Kinley to Henry Loomis Nelson as to Hb said that Justice Hunt was an fore each store, and the soldiers are debate on the Porto Rican tariff bill

the American policy toward the newly intimate friend, and he asserted his allowed to enter and purchase what opened in tho house Monday. A broken stitch, like the

:I motive to be, in taking the course he they require. On all hands it is agreed that this "little rift within the lute, "
acquired islands has been publishedin .
did to test his to withstand the
ability Everything is so peaceful that the bill, although it applies only to Porto
the New York papers. corrupting influence of money. He inhabitants the utmost is the beginning of trouble.
surprise -
express it does the
Rico question
: involving as
The article is vouched for as an authoritative had secured no funds from any source "
as it had been diligently reported of the power to govern our new possessions I am tired, not !!!. "It
interpretation of the presi to pay the bribe suggested, and had that the British
- outside the limitations of the "
dent's views.According. been promised none for that purpose.Mr. instant looting. will soon pass away. I don't Believein

I+ to Mr. Nelson "it is Mr. Clark necessarily went over Judging from the conversations of constitution, is the most before important this medicine." These" are the broken

McKinley's belief, and it will be his much of the ground cohered in his the inhabitants, the Free State is measure which will come I stitches that lead to serious illness. Nature ,

purpose to carry the belief into opera- testimony Saturday. He was cross examined weary of the war. It is openly said congress.Interest in the bill is intense among is wise and in Hood's Sarsaparilla she !I

tion, that the constitution does not ap- by Mr. Campbell and still insisted that President Steyn betrayed the the members on both sides and thereis has furnished the means to take up 0

: ply to any of our new islands! ; that that he had spent no money for people. When the latter became sat urgent demand for time. The Dem- broken stitches. Why } Because il f

those people ara not fit for self- corrupt purposes during the Montana isfied there truth in the storiesof
was no ocrats arc solidly arrayed against the starts at the root and deVISes the btco ; 1
government beyond that proposed for senatorial campaign. the of the British
looting proclivities
and will have .
they For 1
measure Bad Blood was
Hawaii that must He gave a detailed statement of ex- years
; our new possessions the 'townspeople welcomed the
I not be permitted to injure any of our penditures for political purposes dur- troops, as friends. Since the battle of support from the Massachusetts Republican side and in troubled with my blood my face waspate f
Mr. McCall of
f protected interests and that free trade ing the legislative and senatorial con- the Modder river, the town has not I never felt well wee bottles of :
Mr. Litt'efield! of Maine both able
with Porto Rico is right because our tests, which footed up, as Senator been garrisoned, but has been merely and forceful debaters., How, far the Hoo 's Sarsaparilla made me feel better t 1

interests will not be Turley announced, to 139000. and color." Mae .
protected injured used as a hospitable depot. disaffection will extend gave me a healthy Cross, *
'I thereby. He declared that his only purpose in When the Boers fired on the British or whether it will endanger the bill, 24 Cedar A"y f South, Minneapolis, Minn.Hood'i .
"Tho president believes-and this entering upon the campaign wan the
Wednesday, the townspeople protested. :
this time.
it is to at
is the most important statement that overthrow of Mr. Daly's rule in the Although the British shell- Mr. the floor say leader of the J&di StZ4JC/MZltt

r can possibly be made touching his state, which, he said, was so tyrannical ing considerably frightened the women majority Payne, refused, to agree that a vote
beliefs-that has that he would not desire to con-
congress shells directedat
the were only should te taken upon a substitute to
\ plenary over Hawaii, Porto tinue his residence in the state if it I
power a ridge beyond the town, which was be offered the This sub- .
by minority.
I FUll core liver Ill ; the non-irrlUtlng and t
Rico and the Philippines. i was to continue. intrenched.The : stitute,which has not yet been framed, tiny: ; : cathartic to take with Hood' Sar. p rllla. |
"He holds that congress may pass German hospital remains in
will be in substance the bill originally
one tariff law for Porto Rico, another UNION MEN IDLE. I Acquiring Great Forttues In China.
beautiful order. It is clean and sani- introduced byMr.: Payne providing for
for Hawaii, another for the Philippines and the wounded both sides I "* a correspondent '
on "The 'squeeze says
!Savannah' RuildfTR Exchange Decide Upon tary, free trade ith Porto Rico by the ex-
I, and that all maybe different from that I| a Lockout.' are equally well attended. tention of thf customs and revenue of the Boston Transcript writing

of the United States. A correspondent talked with a num- China "Is a national institution )
from ,
j All union men engaged in the build- laws of the United States over the
"It does not appear likely to his ing trades in Savannah, Ga., were ber of the Boer wounded, and they acknowledged island. from which every one suffers or derives -

; M I mind that any question can ever arise locked out at G o'clockIonllay:: even- that the British movements The debate :Monday: was in the nature advantages from the Dowager
I as to the civil rights of the people of had nonpnlsed the burgher to the humblest gatekeeper.
ing.: This includes plumbers, joiners, of a long range bombardment be- Empress
i those places. carpenters, plasterers, bricklayers and commanders. Even now, it is added, fore tbe clash of the contending forcesin This Is already well known every f
"Mr. McKinley'a attitude, then, toward they are under the impression that the Is not of
painters. Contractors will endeavor battle. Mr. Payne opened with a where. There a 'privilege' I

the natives is benevolent He to continue work with non-union men. sole object yas tho capture of Jacobs- general argument in support of the any kind and privileges or concession

desires to elerate them, to educate The Buildtrs' Exchange resolved upon dal. When informed of the relief of bill, going largely into the material are as numerous lien as at home from
them and he that in the end
hopes the lockout in anticipation of a strikeof Kimberley, they were at first Incredulous side of the situation which the bill is which the Dowager Empress does not

they will become worthy of being en- the union men on March 1st. and then astounded. The landrost designed to relieve. benefit financially. Every servant in
trused with local self
government. The journeymen plumbers had given remains in the town. The house then went into committeeof the palace, from the highest to the

a He does not; think any of these nativesare notice to employers that they would. Other advices from Jacobsdal stated I the whole with all questions relat- lowest, wrings fees out of those who

worthy now, except tho few in demand an increase of about 25 percent that General Cronje, with 10,000 men, I ing to the close of the debate open. must enter the Forbidden City what

Hawaii, upon whom it is intended in pay, with a reduction of one was in full retreat toward Bloemfontein I Mr. Payne, in charge of the bill, in ever their errand may be. A high olHcial -
to bestow the few
suffrage-a more hour's time to the day. with General Kelley-Kenny fight- opening the debate, received marked said recently that It cost him as
; than possessed the suffrage under the I
e Eighty per cent of the building ing the rear guard and harassing the attention. much as one thousand ounces of silver
Dole government.
trades workmen are affected. Thereare retreat. I' "This bill by its terms," he explained to get access to the palace, even when

"Mr. McKinley holds that the con hundreds of water pipes burst. The Boers captured a large convoy "relates only to the island of he hail been summoned on official business -

I' etitution only applies to a territory from the recent freeze and no plum- as a result of Thursday's fighting at i Porto Rico. It cannot be taken as a by the Dowager Empress herself.
when it Bets thereby a treaty or .
up bers at work,to repair them. Riet river. The British casualties precedent of any legislative action in Chinese officials receive only nominal
by legislation. Upon this point, there :
1 wore comparatively slight in view of
reference to the Philippine islands salaries; the great LI Hung Chung,
are authorities in his favor, but he MARK HANNA'S ADVICE. the tremendous bombardment. Less
when the present insurrection shall when Viceroy of China-the highest

. 1 I goes beyond the authorities and holds than thirty men were wounded and ,. have been overcome except in so far office In the Empire next to that of the
that congress: is not bound by the limitation Notifies Republican That Office-IIoIders but killed.
"i. one as we assert in it our view of our power Imperial ruler himself-received out of
when it enters upon the task of Are :Not Wanted as Delegate French's division
General was en-
under the American constitution. the public treasury a sum equal to $$0 .
U i. Hon. Marcus A. Hanna has notified
.legislatiugit, e.: thusiastically welcomed at Kimberley.The .
"But constitutional is in American
our lie
i' '_ ., T "It may refuse to the natives and leading Republicans at Montgomery, officers dined at the club in the power currency per annum.
I find where the
questioned. no case has achieved fortune of
to the American citizens who may go I Ala., that it is considered by the party evening. The news of the entry into involved somethinglike
or > )
question was directly $ OOO.OOO-n $300,000,000, as hasbeen
to our colonies, the right: of jury trial, t I leaders at Washington to be desirablethat Kimberley has greatly cheered the
which is decisive."It stated anil how he this
.- the right of free speech, the right to I federal office-holders should not troops, who are working splendidly. is now universally concededthat better be
together can imagined than
bear arms, the right of peaceable as- be sent to the Philadelaphia conven- t
I have the to acquire territory "
semblagd and of petition, freedom ton which meets in June. Mr. Han- we power described.
I ROBERTS ADVISES BURGHERS. conquest or by treaty. I
from unwarrantable arrest, freedom I i na's idea is explained to be that the by TOR HIDDLEACEP'WOMEH.Two t.
find limit in the constitution to
from search, and those rights which i iI rank and file should name the official no .
Issues' a Proclamation Urging Them tC this In respect to Porto Ricowe
I the constitution guards BO jealously. : heads of the party and not the office- power.
Cease Fighting. not hampered by treaty stipulations -
Letters from
But the main of the machine. all the are Women Helped Throughthe
I piesidentis holding Practically
I i A dispatch from Capo Town says; by act of coogress. We have "Change of Uf" by Lydia E..J>lukham' -
j to deal with the islands as marketsfor I leaders in Alabama are officeholdersand .
Lord Roberts has issued a proclamation absolute Vegetable Compound.
America and the of! the advice is to them. power.
'w, y as subject perplexing to the burghers of the Orango
commercial l exploitation generally. KICHARDSON LEADS OPPOSITION. "I7> Free State that he feels it his
"The pre@idtntisathoroughbe- ADNEB WELL PLEVSED. Mr. Richardson, of Tennessee, the wrote to you I was in a very bad con-
all the
duty to make known to burghers -
- nt' liever in the moral and intellectual I leader of the minority, made the open- dition. I waa passing through the
of the
of the
President's Brother Enthused Over Ills the cause coming change of life, and the doctors said I
in the
"...lue of commerce, and he proceeds ing argument opposition to
Trip to the South. British as well as to do all in his power -
j had bladder and liver trouble. had
1 on the theory that when a nation is measure.

'J '. doagMell as a buyer and seller, it is Mr. Abner McKinley, brother of to terminate the war, and that he "I am not an alarmist," said he, suffered for nine rears. Doctors failedto
;' President William McKinley, returned issues the proclamation in order thatif I do me gxxwl. Since I have taken
I I.' Pj rsumptivt-ly well governed. and its "but in my judgment the pending bill any
the should continue fight.
ttr: people are morally sound. He looks to New York Monday from a trip burghers is more dangerous to the liberties of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com

J' forward to benefiting the natives by south, taken foi the purpose of look- ing they may not do so ignorantly the people of this republic than any pound, my health has improved very
into the industrial and economic with a full knowledge of their respon-
ing much. I will gladly recommend
before your
expanding the blessings of Protestant measure seriously presented to
I Christianity and civilization by means conditions in this section. sibility before God for the lives lost the American congress. It will prove medicine to others and am sure that it

** i it f- -of commerce." Mr. McKinley seemed to have been in the campaign. more far reaching in its provisions rill prove as great a, blessing to them /

a I It is important to digress a moment, I not only deeply impressed, but even .disastrous. .. in. the.. resultethat mastof as it has to me.-hw. CEO.: II. JtiE, /'
enthusiastic in his observations POSITION OF L. and N. Ml }) jKilb Ave..
Brooklyn, N. Y.
upon /
*ayd Mr. Nelson, for the purpose of I necessity follow if it should be en-
1 that the is I the southern industrial situation. He acted into law than act \-
flaying president largely ever
In Regard to the Political Fight in Kentucky any pass Relief Came Promptly ,
under the influence of I expressed great gratification at the ed
clergy- by congress.
14 Made Public. "
:- had been
cordial accorded him the .
' '! men, one of whom considers is the reception by "The bill is framed upon the idea .
\.f I.e. business Milton II. Smith, president of the tinder treatment with the doctors for '.; ,. ,
of southern cities in
.. ehosen of Protestantism in men and that enters t
champion\ Louisville and Nashville railroad, has assumption congress four ...
11 J' its imaginary' war with Romanism which he stopped, including Raleigh, the government of Porto Rico ,
the benefit of the upon
out for publicthe
given I thought I would try medicine.My .
N. C. Columbia S. C. Atlanta Ga. your ,
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and this accounts in a large measure which between unrestrained by the provisions of the
correspondence trouble was change of life, and I
and Charlotte, N. C.
for Lis conviction that iu constitution. This Thoseof
: spreading the officers of his road and we deny.
must My that I ntver had anything-
I' : aud civilization "I suppose I might: say that the who this I be-
Cnru.tii.aity us measure,
among Watterson of The Louisville oppose
first Henry help me BO much as Lydia E. Pink- J
made said
the Heathen be is impression upon me. lieve without maintainthat
gaining and exception '
" the Ken- ;
"f Courier-Journal bearing on ham's
Vegetable Co. .und. Relief
, Ke ('iuc tile approval of good Ameri- Mr. McKinley, "was the lack of whatI election for the bill cannot be enacted into ilmst p !
tucky governor. came immediately. I have
is Meth- might call the economy of land in law without total and vio- I'
cal' I' McKinley a loyal The is highly inter- a disregard
correspondence! better health now thin I ever had. I
the south. I think in this connectionwhat
odist unit is stirred and lation of not the but
naturally simply spirit,
it furnishes missing' link feel like
is esting, as a a new woman, perfectly .
most needed in the south today '
rooted bj the ntunsiasm and spiritof is in the tragedy of which Governor William the express letter, of the constitu- Mtro. I ciTe Lydia Pinkham's
what Minnesota and the north- "
that denomination.It tion.
important I Goebel was the victim. Compound all the credit and would
does not follow, on the president's west already have, namely, German I _____
not do witk.
ut her medicine for
that if free trade is established and Irish and Scandinavian farmers. I DEMOCRATS: REACH DECISION" any-
theory, I
FACTORIES WANTED.HUsUtlppl thing. have
recommended it to
small farmers and that is I
between this country and Porto Rico mean ,. why
several of
my frUnds. There is no
there should not be use the expression economy of land. to Meet In
; a protective Beckham'a Follower Agree LecUlatnrp:: Adopt Concurrent need of women Buffering so much for

tariff against the products of the Phil MONTE CHRISTO.TAKEY. Frankfort Resolution Invltl K Capital. Mrs. Pinkhan'a remedies are a sure

' ; ippines and Cuba; for Cuba is talked The adjournment of the Democratic A concurrent resolution has passed cure." MAHAIU.. EUTLEB, Bridgewater -

.about naturally, in administration cir- General Buller AVI res That lie Has at Last Louisville Saturday to both houses of the Mississippi leg- 111. .i i
cles and in congress as if its annexation Gained a Victory. legislature at legislature inviting home and foreign AnetherVoman
interest Helped
meet in Frankfort
I to this country was a matter of The war office in London receivedthe capital to invest in manufacturing -
the political contest and promises to "Dr-AR M as.Pn'iKHAlI:-1 took Lydia
course. cotton factories
following from General Buller which has enterprises, especially E. Pinkham's
put an end to the lull pre- Vegetable Compound
One thing is settled definitely in re- and setting forth the advantagesof
ppect to the Philippines. The open Monday: vailed during the last few days. Mississippi as manufacturing state. during change of life and derived great

door is not to be applied to them. "CniEVELET. CAMP, Feb. 19.-I yes- There were more Democratic memo benefit from its ase."-MART E.J..uas.:

The Republican party! will not consentto terday moved around the enemy's bers in Frankfort Saturday night Senator Butler Denounced. I 135! Coydon St., Bradford, Pa.fARTER'S .

give the Asiatic world an opportunity flank. The queen's guards, who hail than had been together at any one Populist Congressman Atwater, of

to land its geode in the Philippines bivouaced on the northern slope of time since they adjourned and fled to Fourth North Carolina district, has INK

free of duty, to enjoy whatever Cingolo, crossed the neck, supportedby Cincinnati, Louisville and other points : published a letter denouncing Senator

-- I modified tariff there may be established the rest of the Second brigade un- I to avoid being arrested by the militia Butler, also Populist, for antagonizingthe Is THE BEST Ink.Mention .

between the Philippines and this der Hildyard assaulted and took the and taken to London, where the Re- amendment, after having said ten

I -country. southern end of Monte Christo." publican legislature was then sitting. months ago that he would support it. : tins Paper' Ngo:to>>o nth tarn

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buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera r-rCOHEN FRIEDMANELE3ANT & GO'S
'and Diarrhoea
... S If Deputy Sheriff S. B. Futch, of Gaskins will refund Remedy J. L ,
was in town your money if '
3 Lawtey, Tuesday.
-. --- you are not satisfied after using it. :
W J. Griffin, the New River It is everywhere admitted to be AND COMMODIOUS

turpentine operator, was in own j the most successful remedy in use

Tuesday.Dr I for bowel complaints and the on'y i DEPARTMENT STORE.
--- one that never fails. It is pleas- ,
W. J. Corbett, Hampton's ant, safe and reliable. :I .

popular town Tuesday.young physician, was in Mrs. E. Johns desires to thank ; We invite you to inspect the beautiful new Wash Fabrics, namely: s'

-- -- '- her friends for the many acts of Agra Gauze (Silk and Lisle Corded TaffetaAlhambra
Mrs W. H. Hoffman and Miss kindness extended during the last ), I \ ,

Hoffman, of l\1eirose, are visiting illness of her mother, Mrs. Jane Tissue Carreaux, \181 Coirroda, I\ Organdies, both White and "
relatives here.WANTED50. Andrews.

--------- Mill Ray, \\Kohinoor, I Colored. rf
syrup; "I think I would with

',.. new cash.bands T. R., good Sweat.syrup. Will pay pain were Balm it not writes tor go Chamberlain'sPain Mr.V.crazy N. II WHITE GOODS in India Lawns, Persian Lawns, ;T,

Irregular bowel movements lead Stapleton Hermin'e, Pa. "I have Organdies, checked and plain Nainsook and Dimities. fi

tn chronic constipation. Prickly been afflicted w th rheumatismfor

.. Ash Bitters i is! 3 reliable system several years and have tried FINE ASSORTMENT of Laces and Embroideries '

i regulator; cures permanently. Fort remedies without number, but h

t e by Starke, Drug Co. Pain Balm is the" best medicine in Edgings, Insertings and Allover. Appliques in black m
I[ have got hold ot One application -

:<-, J. S. Bennett, one of Lawtey's relieves: the pain. For sale and white. v

;: enterprising young business men, jy J. L. Gaskins, druggist.
was business in Starke -- -
transacting I'
Tuesday. The TELECKAPH makes studyof SILKS i
the needs of the public in the

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sparkling eye and vigorous diges- best stationery that the money '
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puts the system in perfect order samples. ..'"
Sold by Starke Drug Co. I ..tJ. ..
-- -- --- ---- "I had bronchitis winter -
every BARGAIN DAYS-Mondays and Saturdays.
If the weather is propitious a for and medicine
years no : gave me
church conference wll 1 be held permanent relief till I began to

Sund-y evening at 6 o'clock at the take One Minute Cough Cure. I '

Methodist church., know it is the best cough medicine COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO. E (
DeWitt'sVitch Hazel Salve is I made," says J Koontz, Corry, Pa. ,

for and It quickly cures coughs, colds PIA-
unequalled piles, injuries f- ;
croup, asthma, grippe and throat _
kin diseases. It is the --
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and lung troubles. It is the chil- -
Witch Hazel Salve Beware of al n ;; ; F
dn n's favorite remedy. Cures '.. :+:+. .. ',' t:,> L 'i.,. .. '.! -; .:+ :..
counterfeits. J. L. Gaskins.Mr. "- -- :- ::!:.Z!: .3 .!, -.!' ..!-->- .!!.>-_ <.. .1\.!
quickly. J. L Gasp ins. f
&! : '-
; ESTATE OF .- i l.f: ,
and Mrs J. E. Futch and ..
Miss Etta Blitch went up to Jack- Former Sheriff E E. Johns is : DKodol.. ,...' r.v'.! *."
ville on the 22d inst to see James demonstrating that !he'can turn his' I J. L. QASK1NS l-a--:

O'Neil in "The Musketeers." hand to pursuits other than the ap- : a_

p ehension of law breakers. Mr. & vfi 1* !
Mrs: J K. Miller, of Newtow Johns is clerking in the store of : DR. J. H. COLSOX, Ala tagcr, '

Hamilton, Pa writes, "I think Cohen, Friedman & Co., and the Digests what you eat. !; i f

PeVitt'sVitch Hazel Salve the other salesmen say he is by no Itartl tidally digests the food and aids w, STARKE- Fla. (.L1
salve made" It Nature in strengthening and recon- /\ A
granrle- cures slow when it handling
means comes to the exhausted digestive or- Ij9J Dealer in r.J t
rules and heals everything. All merchandise. Mr. Johns requests gans. It is the latest discovered digest- vrJ l'T'JI ,

fraudu'ent' imitations are worthlessJ. his friends throughout the ant and tonic. No other preparationcan DRUGS HEDICINESsi

L. Gaskins. county to call on him when in approach it in efficiency. It Instantly I ,
relieves and permanently cures si
t. J. S. Griner, oflfh| oKl'n, passed town. Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, -and- r....\,, E
;:' through Starke Tuesday en router - Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, W J \

,M, to Macclennv! where he will pur- "After doctors failed to cure rm- Sick Headache.Gastralgia.Cramps andnllotherresultsofimperfectdigestion. !J ; DRUG SUNDRIES ;
of pneumonia I used One Minute f ,
chase enough peach trees to set f fj ; <
Cough Cure, and three bottles of it Prlro 50c.and$1. Large size contains 2, times
';, twenty acres small size.Book all about dyspepsia mulled tree ; \j\i-' Chemicals, Toilet Articles Fine Perfumery t r::
___ __ cured me. It is also the best rem- I ,
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT& CO. Chicago
a'W.. W. Murrhee, of Ward City .edy on earth for whooping coughIt J. QASKINS.. fa and'Fancy Soaps Hair and (['

was in town Tuesday and renewedhis cured my grandchildren of the &
Tooth Brushes Rubber Goods
subscription to the TELEGRAPH, I worst! cases," writes Jno. Berry, Mrs. Jane Andrews. ...J r.IT..

saying he could not get a-ong Loganton, Pa. It is the only (( ; A Specialty.I g (
without the county's best paper. harmless remedy that gives immediate Mrs Jane Andrews died at the

results. Cures coughs home of daughter Mrs. E. Johns 7| FINE CIGARS ($ ,Y.

Geo Barbe, :Mendota, Va says: colds croup ana throat and lung in Starke, Thursday night, February !

"Nothing did me so much good as troubles. It prevents consumption. 15th, at the age of eighty: years. GARDEN AND.'

''t Kodol Dyspepsia cure. One dose hildren always like it and The {mediate cause ot Mrs. An- WfA .-

fy relieved me, a few bott es cured mothers endorse it. J. L. Gaskins. rews' death was ervsipHns, from r. M FLOWER SEEDS. .. ."--
". me." It digests what you eat andalwavs I whi.ch disease she had long been a \ ( ,1:
Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and
L A Powder Mill fJ;
;, cures dyspepsia J. Explosion sufferer. *v'

'". Gaskins.! Removes everything in sight; so I The deceased moved to this section v. prompt attention given to Compounding fa

.y:;. The rew residence of Capt. A. do drastic mineral pills, but both from South Carolina before (;t-J: Physicians' Prescriptions, day or night. (r. .
f South Walnut are mighty dangerous. Don't Starke was a town and had 'lived '
V. Long on street dynamite W..
4 here continuously for more than J ._ r ., ....... \ J.t
the delicate machinery of .- '.
is novV under way of construction -r> > ?ivr : rxxr': :!: X'- ()'"
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fifty She had a wide circleof ; '>- '>' ''' :!:> :/
Contractor Farmer is rushing the your body with calomel, croton oil years I '- Z.vo'H

work and will soon have the roof inS : .ir aloes: pi'ls, when Dr. King's New friends and acquaintances:! who --- --- -- _. .- _

.::. ht Life Pills, which are gentle as a remember her as a good and noblewoman -- f.

; ,-- .. --- summer breeze do the work and are grieved because of
per- Dr. VAN ELDEREN :
<"' W. S. Philpnt Albany, Ga says, fectly. Cures headache and con this visitation of the grim reaper, ELDERE1... y yREMOVES
4 DeWitt's Little Early Risers did death. IS KNOWS FAR AND t
stipation. at L. Gas-
Onl25c J.
me more gond than any pills I kins' drug store. Elders' \V Malphurs: and L. J ',; I EXPERT IX THE t f t
took" The famous little pills W. Kickliter conducted the funeral Inflammatory Rheumatism .
; ever I I SCIEXt: AND ART OF .'
7 for constipation, bi iousness and Fruit Growers, Attention.A ceremony at the home of Mrs..j I Within TEX lIxuns.inti I ii
i 't PAINLESS;" '
: l liver and bowel troub'es. J. L. meeting of the stockholdersof Johns Friday afternoon and the I one c"upletes week with a cure.his marvelousj av raKii>K :- TOOTH EXTRACTING (
Gaskins the Starke Fruit Growers Asso- interment was at Crosby cemetery j Hvperdomatic : i.fl" I
ciation will be he d at the Association DiscoverY'I' amtwhich
Mrs. H. O. Jones, who has been Highland. j I acts as an .\ ;; treats all iitute and chronic !
visiting Mrs E Strong, of this rooms Saturday afternoon February | Anwljne,Antiseptic-and (;er- diieaxes of the skit the blo.k| i:

'/ ;.t i city, left Tuesday for her home in 24th, at 3 o'clock. A full VV. Forsyth and family have mi'iit' : : : : : I I I and the ner\niiHsy sltID. :

...1 Kansas Mrs J. attendance i is requested moved to Jacksonville.Mrs. --- ---- -- t .'
nes was accom-
I has to her BE IT :KN'"OW.N"t: ,-,
panied by Mrs R Sanders, of this A. L. vox KIRK, Sec' Thorpe gone
.:.. !_ home alter
new at Xeoga spendingsome -that- p
city who will go as far as New :
? time with her Mrs.
Orleans and together they will en- daughter, 0
I W E. Walker. Dr.
j j"V the Mardi Gras festivities in What Motherhood Means j jTo Our school] c'osed last Friday. VAN ELDEREN ,
ihi "Crescent City" I
II I Mrs. H. \Virnberly has been THE WELL KNOWN SPECIALIST, ,

I "I had dyspepsia for years. No the woman in per- ,: visiting her relatives at St Augus

medicine was *o effective as Kodol I feet health,free from any tine.Our In curing Inflammatory Rheumatism and all otlv-r

Dyspepsia Cure It gave im- J form'of female weaknessit young folks enjoyed dancinglast Chronic Inflammatory and Wasting Diseases, besides Ir>.\ -
mediate relief. Two bottles of Thursday evening at the grand
produced means one the most .
marvelous results," writes perfect forms 0 f happiness, hall. ing a reputation in the painless and skillful extractionif: .

L. H Warren, Albany, Wis. It but to the sufferers from any Volcanic Eruptions ;. decayed teeth and roots, such as is far above the c.ornpari.-.on;

digests what you eai and cannot form of Womb Trouble it brings Are grind, but skin eruptions rob of any dentist or doctor in the world, has returned to In.- #t ',
fai to cure. J L. Gaskins. additional burdens almost too
---,---- great to bear. There is, how- lite of joy. Bucklen's Arnica home on the Sanderson Road, i 1-4 miles from Starke from
Next Sunday at u a. m Rev. Salve cures them, also old, runningank
ever, no form of female weak- Pensacola, where he has practiced for the past seven months,
I Mr. Giles, pastor of the M. E ness that G. F. P. (Gerstle's fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons -

church, will use as the subject of Female Panacea) will not cure. corns, warts, b uises, burns, and was so successful that

his discourse ,. The Four Beasts inRevelati scalds, chapped hands, chilblains. t
It gives strength, color,and full
.4 n It is a subject that I I1 rich blood. Best pile cure on earth.:. Drivesout Not a Single Case of Rheumatism t

-1 i t few weeks before our cond child wu born.three yean pains and ach s. Only 25c a -
attention jo,my wife hd local drop'y very bad. We had two rood doe Sold could be found in the entire City of Pensacola when he left, and more
tun with her but ahe waa nut relieved. H-r mind became aff'>rt* box. Cure guaranteed. byJ
ed and we teat her U the aayluia at Bollrar.Tenn.and at the than BUSHEL OF OLD TEETH
.t not. fail to be benefitted end of four month w*brought her home sound and well. But L. Gas ins. a were removed from its citizensd
laat summer Jut before our third child wu born the dropsy !
about her. We --- -- ring his there. Our mode of and where all
again appeared and w.were wy nneaty. guve stay treatment success
V John Dirr, Pos yville, Inc) says: 1,1 her 0.r P.and I am pad to. aay the dro|.y disappeared. theII For Sale. j!
&oed..4 well and ha 1In. healthy boy baby.I. others failed well the
as as rapidity by which reach results
'I: 'I never used anything as good as I E. Mr1 C1l.L. Jones,T..n.... we are
One Minute Cough ure. We are.i PRICE ores 11.00 not H A BOTTLE.**k him to 160 acres of land, well timbered; well known throughout the State of Florida, and far beyond it, to re-
i i on/for It. otherwise Mod ai your order and til.UOand six miles trom Melrose, Clay coun-
f never without it. Quickly breaks : we will supply yon direct. eirrei K&(re yrepald. quire any further statement. It is enough to say that those who suffer
reasonable will (
or exchange
t up coughs and colds Cures all 1 I! If jour CMS*H not fully coTrml by our FlEE IDOl" for village Ad- can find relief much quicker here at home than going to large cities, j f I
; f, throat and 'lung troubles Its use I "HEALTHY Write In MOTHERS confidence for free Brirlf to drefcs Mrs S. J. Benedict, E 1St. where humbugs generally reside to catch the countryman's money r. !
will P i i HEALTH CLCB we L.CenUe it.C.
: eas
I "{ prevent consumption. I i'I' LADIES Chattuswaa. Taw Randolph} N. Y. 2i68t iI i j with false promises. i
ant I
( to take. J L Gaskins. I U t i

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.; Newsy Gossip From that I Thriving Ii+ Special Sale '

Early buyingmeans By Our Regular CorrenpoudMit.
Services were conducted at the I --of-

Baptist the pastor church, Rev.Saturday R. F. morningby Rogers. i Hosiery Underwear, etc, etc; -.

Sunday was such a cold day -

divine services were abandoned at I Saturday, February 24, andcontinuing
Long satisfaction.Realizing all the churches in Lake Butler. Beginning

Master Joe Hill Williams is I through next week, we will offer <

now quite ill of fever at the homeof consisting of La-
entire line of Notions,
his grand father, J. L Hill. our .. ':'
this we have displayed our Spring and Sum- A big excursion was run over to dies' Misses' and Boys' Hose, Ladies' and

mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than I Jacksonville 1nesdav to accom- llen'sVinter Underwear, Belts. Belt Buckles,
modate those who wished to hear II
usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowdingthe W. J. Bryan speak. Many of our Handkerchiefs, etc., at

season." citizens patronized it. GREATLY DEDUCED PRICES.
Mrs. Mangum, wife of W. Y.
Mangum, now with the Telep.honecompany 500 Pairs Hose to go at the following prices:

is stopping at the Croft Ladies' black, good quality 8c I IIt

COME LOOK AT THESE THEY'LLPLEASE House. I Tan and colored, 15c quality! 8c
Mr. Jones, brother of "Mr. B. Ribbedand pain blk and fan, 2ocqual 12/c

Jones, has moved his family into I and Misses ribbed blk and tin, 300 20,-
: the R. H Townsend residence Extra quality black, 40C kind 300 .
The private school is progress- h U sold elsewhere at 75e, .

ing satisfactory and the attendanceis I only 45C

Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. quite large. I Ladies' fancy col. plaid and stripe. from IOC to soc
Messrs. Dekle and Knight are I. Children's blacK: and tan, IOC, ISC and 25e qua ity "

,. OrgandiesEvery style and kind. erecting a market on the west side 11 at Sc, Ioc and 150 I .;::

ot the Dekle storehouse. 1,000 Ladles Handkerchiefs, 50 per cent. below s."
1': DimitiesWhite_ and Figured. There were a great many peope! ,; the regular price.
from the country trading in Lakt
i Dotted Swiss__\Vhite and Colored. Butler Saturday i Ladies Woolen Undervests reduced from $1.25 to 95CChildren's I
to +' a
Miss Effie Knight, one of Brad 350 25c
: Dotted White Lawns. ford's most excellent young ladies I Meh's" $125109:*:
H "' $ to $1 10 i ii
: 1.50
was s opping in town Tuesday.The .
t Piques and Nainsooks. post office will be moved i Ladies' Belts others ask 50 to 750 O-urpnce 25 to soc :
Novelties in Belt Buckles at .
Latest 25c
into the little brick I
i Linen Lawns Black and bui'dingowned
__ Figured.
I by D F. McDonald as soon as it is: The duced prices offered a few days ago on

I Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. in readiness, and Mrs Stearns, of ': Dry Goo'is still hold and the goods are moving rapidly -

Starke, will be in chargeG Those dress Ginghams at 5c and the Dress goods .f. ..9f.

Dress CrashLarge quantity, from Sc to 25C per yd. W. Alderman and wife were I at the prices offered are real bargains
visiiing friends; in town Saturd.1}'. : These goods must be sold to make room for our .
Percales. Every piece a beauty. Mrs. Grady and little daughter, i Spring and bummer stock, which will begin to arrive k:

of Jacksonville. are boarding at the shortly. If you want bargains

Owens House in order to be near I
hrr husband who is with the i

Our Prices Will Help You to Telephone Devotees company.of the reel and line, are I runat iisrT.:1[ ;;

having some fine sport fishing in _

the lake, and some fine fish are being 1
Economize. : -::__ =..::...::_ =- ._ _=_-=.-..__ =_ --= --
-- ---- -
caught.It --- -

is rumored that a new drugstore S. P. Crews Passes Away. I Smallpox at >Hamptnn.Dr :f

is one of the probabilities! for Mr. S P. Crews. who has beenill E G. Corbett. of Hampton, t

''< Lake Butler A gentleman, was for two weeks vast at the homeof reported to Dr. Stewart Thursday i

I : here Tuesday prospecting in this Sht'riff S. B, Denmark, in this.! that there was a case of smallpox '.:

i mE w. D. rumiES co. line. city, died shortly after 3 o'clock! !I I at that town .Dr Stewart went "

Thursday af ernoon, February 231 I IMr :I down at once and founj a negro J
Remains of J. M. York.
Crews had been a sufferer man suffering from the disease. .}

----- -- --.- ---- -- The body of James Martin York from bronchitis for some time past I i i He was moved out into the country ii
--- ----- -- arrived here from Ponce Porto had been confined his bed I
----- and to at once and strict quarantine

New goods arriving daily at I FOR RENT Six-room_ cottage. Rico, Wednesday night and was several weeks prior to his death.i.inaugurated. : against him. The ..'i,
Cohen, Friedman & Co's. Apply to C. R. Ensey. forwarded via the A S R. & G About two weeks ago he was mov- negro is a gambler: and has con 4 j

to his re atives at LaCrosse ed to Starve by members of his tracted the disease in moving about ?.1; x
; L W. Varies, of Ward City, was j! See the beautiful ,new organdiesa Thursday morning. The body was family in rder that he might have from camp to camp. No spread of l.

visitor to Starke Thursday. I iat Cohen, Friedman & Co's. shipped by way ot New York and close' attention from his physician the disease is expected at Hamp. ."J
-------- I had been several weeks in transit but a I efforts failed to bring him ton.
Percales in newest designs and The funeral of Mr S. P. Crews, t
Mr. York was \vel known in relief :md hr peacefully breuhed : - I
colors at Cohen, :Friedman & Go's. will be conducted from the home of i
Starke Lake Butler and and other his 1 1't the time abC'lvetated.. Notice.NorM. .
. .
'S B. Denmark this Friday'minrn- \
.. ( portions of Bradford county. Ar The deceased was 55 years of -- PS
..... Lem Colson. of Pine Hill, is ing, and the interment will be at in .*:! ik hereltr given that nn Mie roth - vis-I one time he was a clerk the age; having been born in this county Mar.-li. A. D. 1'ttHK In tI et..wnut Starkr.
iting his brother, Dr. J. H. Crosby cemetery. store of the Starke Drug Companyand in 1845. He had been a lifelong Florida npplu-att will 1)00 made tr>th-H.,u. "
of this city. __ I Rlyrdnn (Vilt. Jii-l ftof the ('irt'tilt e atrt.f i
went from here to embark in resident of the county of his t...e Fourth Jiitticial; Circuit of Florida icy hi. .,
Irregular bowel movements lean pprcvalof ,
n pr.1jlO-.1 Charter
thc drug business at Lake But'er. birth and had a wide acquaintancewith I .1h.l net olent ,,IlIc..rpor..lin.; Mr
J. G. Sparkman, of Hampton, to chronic constipation. Prickly I newly tit Inkn' *n Thf Aid and
At the latter his business its citizens. all he riuiUIKieu., with main place of husin 8" >n
place was was '<<
business in Starke By Srarkc. Britt f..r.1 ,
transacting Ash Bitters i is a reliable system County Florida the ohjt't.t I roC
I burned out and he did not reestabish held in high esteem for his honor. which shall l In r o better provide far the funeral,
Thursday. regulator; cures permanently.. For and Intf i'infill or the indigent dect-nse.l ,-.lomt
itVhen the war between the, able and straightforward mannerof pvr- Starke Co.
I FOR SA LEa d y'S second-hand I 1 sa-e by Drug I United States and Spain began he dealing with his fe low-citizens th itof..Ijiws..f MiM s.in-Honda.:-ty. BS ir.viilnj| by chapter l:Sl.>f \(

I Waverlv bicycle, about as good as went to Tampa, hoping! his knowledge i and is death will be universally It.J JOHNSON, ,
County Commissioner J. li R. M. MII.I.KK.JOHN !.
new. Apply at this office. of and medicines would mourned. .
I Crews has been in Starke this drugs I C. ICP"Hlo .
enable him enter the as a WALLACE.
James Ke'ley returned home week in attendance at the bed-side Notice to Teachers.The 'ncorin>rat,n>.. "' .
steward. in this .
Failing ThisFthrotryYl.t D.910
hospital .
i of his brother Mr. :x P. Crews ; .
Wednesday after a visit to several -+- -
: he sought and found] employment normal term for public
points of interest in South Florida.whose death it becomes the sad with the train of of the school teachers in Stetson University
I _. wagon one -
{ duty of the TELEGRAPH to announce
: J. W. Hodges went down to regiments stationed at Tampa. at DeLand, Fla. wiil begin CASKETSt i

Ocala Monday to look after hiS .Later he was transported to Porto March 15 and co'+tinre ten weeks. .
business interests, returning home W H. Rivers returned Tuesday Rico with the regiment, and con- The text books and course of study I and a full line ofUNDERTAKERS' 'f'

Tuesday. from Georgia. where he had: been tracted i he disease while stationed! are arranged with special view of 't
Ponce that terminated in his preparing teachers for the June ex-! : SUPPLfESALWAYS
--- n I looking' after the interests ofV at
E. D Abernathy and WSW. Gordon & Co. in the sea island death June 29, 1899 aminations. The special rate for *

Tillis, of Myrtle station, were cotton belt. Mr Rivers was taken His relatives have been expect teachers is the small sum of $4 per I' ON HAND. j ji jt11

i transacting business in Starke SICK( at Poland, Ga., and came home ing the b' dy to arrive for several week or $40 for the entire term. THE BEST SERVICE
Wednesday and it is the This includes tuition, board, washing AT THE
to recuperate. He is now able to wees past< supposed "
occasioned the Ii i fuel etc. Teachers : LOWEST PRICES.
D. C. Chase, Sr state organizer be out. delay was by shipment s,
___ of it via New Y urk. The will be auuiitted to any of the :
of the Farmers' 1t:sort, has moved u G. C. LIVINGSTON
body wi I be interred LaCrosseNew classes in the without I
at University
to Starke and will! hereafter make I The large department tore of 'I
extra enter time Special attention to Telegraphic Order. i
Cohen, Friedman & ( o., was can any I
his home with his son, E F Chas I j jDr. open- River. :
during the term and will be
last only !I
.j' eo Saturday the 17th inst K.
: and Mrs. W. J. Peak, of Illinois and has been enjoying a splendid The farmers are quite busy pre- charged at the rate of $4 a week. I JLI LAliHUCJUKN-- .;

who have been stopping here I patronage every day since the paring their lands for planting. All the railroad companies will give i i Land and Engineerin g Surveying. !.j,,;

fnr several weeks past, departed I open!' g. The store is filled with The recent cold snap of Satur- special) rates to teachers going to I .'TEI.F.UKAPH lKodol
Thursday morning for South FIoi? ; high class goods and adds very day and Sunday has injured the Stetson University DeLand is OFFICE. STARKF.

ida points, < I'. materially to Starke as a trading strawberries, oats and vegetables.Mrs. on the Plant System about tea ;

Messrs. j7T. Wills, c L Peek, i center In to day's TELEGRAPH) : Magg e Owens, who is visiting miles south of Jacksonville and is !
Wells is I east reached from all: of the
N. J. Jones, A. V. Long, Thos. E i this new store has an arivertiie her mother, y parts

Rugg and J. P. Dow'ing went upto 'I ment. Read it and see the class of expected to return to her home in I i state. ___ ..__
Jacksonville to hear Mr. Bryan ; goods they offer the public. Gordon, Alabama next, Thurs'ayWIKKOKASS The Floreus Estate.

I speak Wednesday night. ; CRACKER. Pursuant to order issued Curt
an from
I --- I C. D. Do'ilittle, a prominentcitizen -- --- -- -- --- : Dyspepsia

1 F. S. Dawson, the cigar manufacturer of Webster City, Iowa, is Arrest the county judge's court the fundsof 1
is ta'.ing an enforced va- I stopping! at the New Commercial. the estate of A. Floreus deceased Digests what you eat:4
cation. In trying to force the ''ead r Mr Doohttle came to Starke in disease by the timely use of have been apportioned artificially digests the food and aiJi

out of an indelible pencil Mr Daw- i response to a teleg'-am announcing Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and among the creditors.: After setting -'I:Nature In strengthening and reel: ?
,, son struck it on the end with the : the illness of his uncle, Major S. D asie:i of the widow's dower structing the exhausted digestive t j\
favorite remedy of increasing and the of the gans. I t is the latest \rereddiges it
payment costs of
palm of his hand, and sustained avery Hayes. who was stricken with par- ant and tonic. No other preparatic ;| fr
' painful wound. It hppenalysis:: on the nth inst. He willed popularity. Always cures the administration the estate paid can approach It in efficiency. It Jt.1 t
that it was his right hand that remain in Starke until there is a SICK HEADACHE 28 1-3 cents on the do'lar' of the stantly relieves and permanently cure. .

got into the accident and the decided change in the condition of I indebtedness. The liabntiesamounted Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
wound was made right at the part Major Ha\e"s At present the sour stomach, malaria, indigestion to something more than Sick Flatulence, Sour Stomach Nausea
of the that is used to roll cigars liver $Sooo and the funds available for lieadaeheGastralgiacrampsandallotherresultsof
palm m jor's condition is yielding :gradu- torpid constipationand I riper lect digestion. ?
into shape. Mr. Dawson wi 1 a'ly to the l1l1ft milting attention of all bilious diseases.TUTT'S the payment of the clams amounted Prl'o l 5Oc.and?. Large size contains 2H times "
probably be able to resume his his physicians, and hopes a e row: to a little more. than $2,000. small size. kanlLoout.d'yspepctlama1led free ..
Liver PILLS ---- '- Prepared by E.DeWITT& CO.,
work in few days.
a entertained that he will recover Subscribe for the
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