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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: March 2, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:00395
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!'j ......... ... LILIPUTIAN WEDDING. I! Late Ai4iva1 !

Entertainment To Be Given Friday, s.We j
IKW March i6th. :
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f ;: m Arrangements have been per- "
FOR. .
J fected most
/ whereby a pleasing !!
are constantly receiving new goods that < ,
f entertainment will be given under -4.'
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the direction and for the benefit of are worthy of the inspection of purchasers. 4 .; :
Drugs and Professor Walter F. Grace, the J
I I pure Just it is ofMen's ;! :
blind musician, of Atlanta, Ga. now a large consignment I'". J

rompt attentions Besides an excellent musical program I ..... ...,q-t- j
there will be a "Liliputian
: i. Wedding," including in the cast Women's and Chil= t .1

; come to us. about t.venty-nve little tots in : :y// .3

i costume, and a humurous farce '
1H 1 entitled "A Box of Monkeys." dren's Shoes, < 7 <

: "'1j wr i' Professor Grace will be assistedin '.t X
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the entertainment -
getting up by '-=* IJI
.. a'complete line of
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I Miss McFadden, Mrs N. W. ;
:;, Especial care and prompt attention Francis and other ladies of Starke. :- ... ". r.'t.\'t. :

',1 i given to the filling of the The cast ladies for have either not the yet wedding completed or I' Men's Spring and Summer.vVi"If-." :4r-S: I I

the farce but will them *VSE( L l i.
i Prescriptions. announce } /r ,"
i later Hats'f. : rv Jh

: This promises to be one of 'J ::1. i
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f ; the most excellent entertain + rIn
I I the latest and x Jconsignment
the
.a: mer.ts Starke people have had the very shapes, largest ny. /rf..... ,
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opportunity of enjoying for a long of f ). .t''' : -
time and it is expected the seating -I"'p \"oJI' i'
4 TOI-m of the House will ) :: I.j .
A FULL LINE OF FINE capacity Opera ;il- (;- & .J.'t I'
l be taxed to its utmost to accommodate Men's Soft Bosom Shirt' "" .
; LET AR7ICLESALWAYS the audience that will U ': '
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;, ON HAND. and greet his the helpers.A effort.of Professor Grace Ever brought to Starke. Both plain white and fa't ,,7:! t'-J 11

similar entertainment was bosoms. These are the famous Globe Brand Sh f|i '' "fc" '.:o. "' *
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1 i il given under the direction of Professor :1| y, ,*.'
STARKE DRUG CO. Grace at Gainesville !last which means that they: are the very top-notch df "*Vv ix/ *v": '- *'
week and the Daily Sun of that 11.t / ?='
and without \vearableness.. ? ;
an equal :
and the have
city public generally
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Besides bei.ig a very accomplished \

.: pianist Professor Grace is DOUGLASS & ALDER T in ti mall / 4
a composer and his beautiful T**

; songs, "Tell Me That You Love .
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Me Once Again," "The P cture
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On Memory's Wall" and sweet A FULL fJ'tluti'I

Love of Mine" will be found on I, '
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sale at the store of the Starke Urug I I ,fL.i'rt 'e f...1'i.:4'' ; ..- ..t ..

l'J.. R. DAVIS & CO., Company.Death. o -' II I I I LIN :1'o. .\ .
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j, STARKE, = = = FLA. Mr. Benjamin Kite died at his i. ,',. ..'" }.....

_. _. home in Starke Wednesday even- Y ur j GROCERIE' t; !.. f4
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,} ing, February 23d,of congestion of < '

; .. ............... the his 72d brain year and at heart his death He and was was in TINWAAi4'J. .icr"t.1st t '\,t 2/.

one of the best known citizens! ot :e : 'IJ
; 1J @ @ Bradford and adjoining counties, '='r-pua.r! ,
GLASSWAR8n
J being one ot the most substantial tOW1 -
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farmers and cattle men of this sec- WEIGHING IT. PAINTS, .t 'home-fopt :ay
tion. for ..
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In 187:; he married Hester There are people who weighthe OILS, e .r'reo :' j,fl:*
Johns, who with twe've chi'dren tt fffiovkin af- :*
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& JUST of
CARLOAD RECEIVED. question where .
survives lim. Five g'r s to buy COR1S .'le/ i'&:r-_, ..Pal t"Io" .- W.. ,,
@ @ E ife of S F. Gardiner, ,_{ "". 1 '
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Mary \\ their groceries, and, .
deciding .rl4- -. I.w'
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In buying this way I am enabled to :_.. ... :
of Maryland; Avy, wife of Eugene OAT "
& @ still sell at the old prices in spite of @ Mil ey, of North Carina; Hettie, in favor of a balance of fresh- HAY itJ ''ytCOFFINS' .;/

j the advance. wife of J. W Hicks of Tennessee; cleanliness ;-< l a. .....
J @ heavy @ Rosetta, wife c esaacVilliamsoli., ness, and all 'round ---. .t':

j of Georg a, and Lela, wife of Lacy squareness, decide to buy my
\ Price mine if you need a Stove. Austin, of Starke. The seven sons : CASKET '
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are James, David, Robert, SLas'' goods. ''' ..

k and Ben, who are married; Perr\ I will do best by UNDERt4SUPPLiE
my you
@ @ and Archibald, unmarried. These
1 with two brothers, Robert and and that will be better than .. "(A.f .
t @ THE @ John: ana numerous grandchildrenform other's best. ""'r('

f a ia:,;o family, and being any t-' f!i
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reified to the Johns .!ndPinh.rlster <,"
closely L tt
g TEMPTINGPRICES G. C. LIVINGSTON.after G.
@ : tenniies: form a large I I ..""
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porti'+ n of the citizenship of Brad- -

; @ @ fOld county. which the remains will be ]aid Toia
For several 1 months prior to his at rest in the Santa Fe church 1 R.t *
Dr G.
'r @ @ death Mr. kite frequently said that cemetery. A FRIEND.A reputalto J oilwide >f.; .

-;r ," Started two weeks ago are still in vogue i in every he had been forewarned cf his approaching I about Marc Ttf j
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d'nat t ure having Grand Success.
4 department. Goods must move to make room for been baptisenstant'y! read the Cuba, for a vb--
The and bazaar
@ @ supper fancy with Dr Van 1.
t spring stock. Bible and quoted passages aboutforglvt'ness given by the !ladies of the Baptist : is gradualand
ding a
@ @ of sins. During his church, Thursday evening, Feb- BaltftribV( The 5 cent. rebate first illness he called for a Baptist ruary 22H, was one of the mostsuccessful admitted !*
was -
@ per @ mir.ister and asked to be prayed affairs of the kind in after .?'.V
for He said ne had made shortly
: peace
the history of Starke A
: @ Is the greatest inducement ever offered @ with God and had hopes of heaven. .large crowd was in attendance very and tilities betC&s..Hffeof
Spain.
Iii customers in Starke. I sell you goods as @ A few hours before his death he tempting viands were not all lacking the,islanc aka

the and became'calm and conscious and Many choice pieces of fancy and-returi ; ,;.
give
cheap as cheapest you 5 per 11
of all
i 1 begged forgvieness presentfor work were exhibited at the bazaar
.@:*. cent. of your money back. Ask for the @ former transgressions, Thenin and found ready sale. From the cuperationA/. :'
a loud voice he said: "Don'tdeny and the bazaar the ladies "r"
@ rebate check.CHRP @ supper GottPeople :
/ the Scriptures; Peter holds' netted $40. Jf
\o fro < I 't the key to the kingdom of heaven" The fancy work bazaar was presided rsu$vet.. "" ;; _
? I diseases feel
Oats Then he referred to the chapter Miss Eva and over by Truby \
RJ @ @ where it could be seen, and grow- I I Mrs. T. R Sweat, and the following loss, of vitality' s rno

tt' mething new in feed. It is better than ing weaker, said: "I am going, 'I I young ladies, in Martha Washington time in 'trying: *
Cure. It' is -
@ @ and gu
now. soon passed
away
: going costume waited the
ti- on
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: tat you have been buying and costs no satisfied that he was :I Gaskins. a ..
n fro @ I apparently tables: Misses Isabel Peek, Ollie "" ..
.nore. going to heaven. I I Weeks, Beatrice Daniel, Cora Messrs. Wills LotSgatheys "
.' The deceased leaves a large Sessions, Lillie Matthews, Cor- ,7 ot
@ have rentedr com rnqdbu;
estate, earned by his unceasing nelia Peek Fannie Bessant '
Maggie
ds'block
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offices in the new ;
The funeral ;
labor and
G. ALVAREZ. economy. Crawford, Lomie York,and ''
are hr.vi-g the m 'r, r dos!>ely {rttt,
:- I services will take place at the late Fannie Crawford. "
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s ( residence of the deceased at 9 up. They will. rn'o e rtheir nc\

o'clock this (Friday) morning, El- The "Ideal"-Cohen, Fnedmau j I quarters some!irePin the .iteac.-
titiJi'l der W. F. Malphurs officiating, & Co's-has new attractions daily 'I IJ future. s ". ..',
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The Jasper News persists in
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speaking of one of our gubernatorial #; A* -.-<- J. T. WILLS. A. V. L0><]. t1yILLS

:' PuDllsheflEveryFrlday: at candidates as "Judge Walter & LONG,

... 'iTARKE,3RADFORDCOUNTYFLA Jt-nnings." There is no such man
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ATTORXEY8-AT-LAW.)
in the state, so far as we knob : HEADACHE

,. fi. S. MATTHEWS, Publisher and Prop r. The gentleman's name is "William FOUL BREATH Oltlct-: in Peek's Buildinc, i-tItJk.., Kl.
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Sherman Jennings. "
-CL'nscnit-rIo- | CONSTIPATION.These II. COLSON, M. D., $

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,. .50 11! Referring to the educational interests symptoms mean torpid liver and a clogged condition in
AND SLTl.t-K;
PHY8ICIAX >
; ,: threeMoDcns__: .____ '_ __ .35_' of Florida the Pensacola the bowels. They also mean the genera: health is below -/,

'1: Press says: "There i is no question par and disease: is seeking to obtain controL STAKKE, FLA.
; Entered: tbePofttorflctatStarkr.FIa ,BB Sec-I 1 .
I : but that Mr. Sheats has raised Offi 1c in Gnskifls Drug Slurr.1t .
ondclastMatter. ) .
,_ :; the standard of education to a '
PRK1YASHB1TTERSQuickly 11. ( O1tNTO.L .
f I Sfarke Pla., Mcli. 2, 19OO. :I I higher plane than ever before. for | / 'Y;,

:: : I''all I of which due credit should bei ATTOUXKY-AT-LAW.
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J. oIL. removes these Symptoms, Strengthens the Stomach, COMMERCIAL: PRACTICK A SPECIALTY.bTAKKE. .

t! -'-" The Jacksonville--News, in its I I A misplaced comma in a Kansas Cleanses the Liver and Bowels and Promotes Functional FLA.

I' Activity in the Kidneys. A few doses
: issue of February 27th, comes out paperrecently raised the dickens of will restores Health and Energy T E. FUTCI1,

:1 t in unequivocal advocacy of Hon. :1,I a row. It said: Two young men in Body and Brain. tl e -

from Leoti went with their girls to ATTUKNEY-AT-LA1V..
James T. Wills for the office of.
t., ": i j I Tribune to attend the teachers' SOLD BY ALL D UGGISTS.LOO Office hi Hunk Hmliliug. -' Starter. KufOIIN

; attorney-general. The good words [I institute and as soon as they left, Price $ Per Bottle.

I I t J said ot Tlr.VllIs by the News meet I If i I the girls got drunk." The comma C.' WILL*. M. D.,

f i I k-\;: the hearty endorsement of his fel i I belonged after tbe girls. t) -

. : PHYSICIAN AM I U NUB EOX.nISEASES : .
; .j .- low-citizens here, where he has resided -, ---
The mere fact that Judge Wallof OF WOMEN AND OBiTBTPtCX: ";.

i, ......-. -, nearly twenty-five years. Of the Tampa circuit has declaredthe SoldIDS.TJG- COIt bPECULTY. _". ?

d ._ :; 4' Mr. Wills' candidacy. the News I fish law unconstitutIOnalIon Office with the Starke Drug Co. ,

,'. '... says is very hard to stand idly by If troubled with rheumatism bTAUKE, FLA.PllOS. <.
..- :.... a parliamentary technicalityshould
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and see our dear ones suffer while give Chamberlain's Pain Balm arial. ;.r-
he fact that the democratic not throw of
any our right- awaiting the arrival of the doctor. I It will not cost you a cent 1-;. JJL'OG, .!

F! national convention will this year eous contemporaries into a spasm An Albany (N. dairyman ca'led' if it does no good. One application 1 ;JATTOHNKYATLAW.

t *>e held early in July, renders it of indignation. Some very good at a drug store there for a doctorto will relieve the pain It also .

accessary to ca.the\! state conven- pirliamentarians hold that Judge come and see his child, then cures sprains and bruises in one- Corner Cliern_ and JucUscn! Streets StarlrI

"" 11 at a date somewhat earlier Wall is off on his parliamentary very sick with croup. Not find third the time required by other
I ing the doctor in, he left word for treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites,
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\ i \ usual. 1 hat convention law and the STKWAKT 31. D.
will supreme court may yet J.L 1" ,
him to come at once on his return quinsey, pains in the side and *

. ; /oubt be held some time "in reverse him. If he shall be sus He also bought a bottle of Cham chest, glandular and other swellings SPECIALIST-;

t and the state democracy, tained and the law declared uncon- berlain's Cough Remedy, which he are quickly cured by applying
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T.., :tore, has before it but :"ittle: stitutional by the appellate court, hoped would give some relief un- it. Every bottle warranteed. 2c "'a'i'R: 1 NOSE:, THROAT. .
O: til the doctor should arrive. In I and For sale L
a 50 cents.. by J. .
than three months in which there still need be no storm of indignation fie in Stun' of StnrU Drug ('0.
few hours he returned, saying the Gaskins. *
lu'ate its policy and ad.., about the matter. It .
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ff doctor need not come, as the child
t t. claims of its candidates for I wou'd be exceedingly strange if a was much better. The druggist, If you are looking for a swell;

, t job all! you have to do is to stir upa i rtrRR!
/"Val Otto
state offices. legislature, glutted at all times Mr. Scholz. says the family S

1 V-f king the case. The News I with all sorts and conditions ot has since recommended< Chamber hornets'nest.. I .
lain's Remedy to their J r
:.". Vby the forelock: in an- bits'! should not occasionally makea Cough Lingering: La Grippe Cough.G 'Lt0Alw
r neighbors and friends until he ha
|the candidacy of the: mistake. a constant demand fur it from Vacher, 157 Osgood street,

of Bradford c01.n-1: {i ----.- that part of the country. For salt Chicago, says: "My: wife had avery In the end+ys than cheaper any seeds

/Wills of attiirnee j The Persacola News appears by J. L Gaskins.! severe case of la grippe, andit that only cost half as m-ich.
} l left her with bad y Tented, true to name, fresh and
) : to be after for a very cough
: \ State and in putting j lately "anything a reliable. Always the bent.kfor Attie
\. ; change." It has recently suggested !.: Onions, gar-ic, l leeks, olives and She tried a bott'eof Fo'ey's' Honeyand F'rry'e-take co other.
as one of the many -ha lots stimutattoe circulation, : Tar and it gave immediate re- Write for 1 UO Seed Annual.D. .
FERUV it CO..
; that the constitutional limitation II.
lid I ( support candidate increa.. the gastric ju j ces and pro I ief. A soc bottle cured her cough Detroit. MUh. .

but good can giving mcumbents\ of the office of mote digestion. ntirely." Pricf 25c.: and 5OC.

governor: a single term only be .- .- .
-6f whom nothing )less
I Brave Men Fall J L Gaskins guarantees
c\ter.ded all other offices
to state ,
: ''ued and Cough
... conspicious Victims to stomach liver .'id lid. bottle of Cnamb r1ain's
j and believe! it intimated that ,
be prophecied. I we Remedy and will refund the monet A FREE PATTERN
I New i?? ney troubles as well as worlcn, and
J : the extension might profitably go to one who is not satisfied: af- .
i Cohen, FrfWHs_ nominated all feel the results in loss appetite any :her own eel.-thJj t> eyer1 mH> crl!>er. Beautiful colord -
vTTiVP051'1011 he Will I Lon clown the line to the county of- poisons in the bloo bac 'er us'ing; two-thirds of the contents latest l.Cbo artUUo.\:rdp!exquliuo:tftl p.aic sad ftuj i"111j"t.ittoD3.-up-!->date Original deaaaa.

; I L w \afire than 't fices. This sty ikes us as a farfetched ache, nervousness, h<-ada and his is the est remedy in the won

E a visitor to occupy I of arriving at a con- tired, listless, run-down cling for la grippe, coughs, colds, crour :
: Ie will he the way and
and is
-- ; whooping cough pleasant M5CALI$8'MAGAZINE
-1 VI But there is no need to el like
clusion that the
: : Percales 1 in { the State in public can always that. Listen to .J.| \V. Lr.mlner, and safe to take. It preventsany at
i colors at Coh reach without being::hed; a :aboutor : tendency of a cold to result in
me; nor will] it Idaville, Inch Ho say>: -.Icctric
__--. ....... .. 1 trammeled by iron-clad constitu- pneumonia. Dr aD klnc,oonomtcii, fancy work hnnnebold hint.
z; Bitters just the iiiort ,
>+ Lem Colson: d .necessary are thing -a man atori.a current topic etc Sutnrrtb to-day.
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tional law. The nomination and when he is all '! .. ., don'tcare Daly 60o.yearly. Lads IjQY&IItOO. fiend for terms
r iting his brother; issue is ai run c'I\\'n If a woman is lost in self- dmir<..tI -

. of this city. interests of election of officers, under our present whether he lines or "t..... It I lion! she may be found in front of a
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system. is entirely in the handsof I did more to give me new -trengthand 1111 rror.
G. Sparkmai! counsel. good appctire than nyihmg ---

1 1'a": transacting bii& aD emer- the people. They can ma..esuch I could take. I can not _at any Red Hot from the GunWas I.

, Thursday. J changes as seem expedient in thing and have a new !eas<' >n life." the ball that hit G. B. Stead-

ariat position any election year they desire, ama Only 5oc at J L. Gas!> -n=drug man, of Newark, Mich in the
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will constitutional limitation mightbe store Every bottle guaranteed.We Civil war. It caused horrible ul ...
11 Waverlv! bicycle, ever
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cers that no treatment helped for For ladles. \
exceed-ngiy embarrassing a mine pine Bad little*children. That e-
: new. Apply at t pable and have saved manv doctor: bill taln itrllsh ctle effect not attainedy the use of another 4
times when there de- twentyyeats. Then Bucklen'sArI pauarni Hare DO equal (or.t jle and perfect fit.MS .
general
was a
: \when thor since wt- began using Chan .:-Hum's I Salve cured him. Cures cuts
James ,
:. Wednesday KeMey after'ids the Peer s-e to retain a particul -rly: meritorious i .Tough Remedy in our hor"f.Vr bruises, burns, boils, felons, corns, CALL t
"l \ officer. Let's not have "too I < a bottle o.en all the time and i!
interest -ep .; skin eruptions. Best
A, 1 points of i as a lawyer : pile cure on L BAZAR* tit
I whenever of Tamil '
much constitution. any my or myself 'earth. 25c a box. Cure guaran- i
I ; J. W. HodgesV>roken suc I begin to catch cold v; begin teed bold! by J L Gaskins. AS1JIS

5.j': j Ocala Monday taus: a man o nsr the ( otigh Remedy and asa -- 'J:

f 1 business interests, here he i.-') Women as Well as Men : result v e never have 'o send About two-thirds of a man's so- EaidlT filsrner.pat Sold tOjl.tbcor.in Only 10 and U cents each-none .

Tuesday. /allahassee! Are Made Miserable by away for a doctor and incur a large called friends would ail to stand for them neertyertrrerran1towntnbymallei.k b.olutely.y,1.'..'ap-tc-date ttjltu. ,...
; __ THE McCALI CO.MPANV.
doctor bill for CHIli:-' rlarn'sCough the
> test. u.141 tint 14th 't..I. low Tork tJt,. L L
f" asa r
E. D Abernqms
Kidney Trouble. Remedy never fails to cure |i -T- .
Tit lis. of Myrtlej} ouse with The Best Salve In the World. -
It is medicine f
certainly a > great
t. ', transacting: busii< constitu-- Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, discourages merit and worth -D I S ".-IEAKKLE, Is Banner Salve. It is made Q. q if xI Q

, 1 1.. Wednesday Jh as to chal-, and!lessens ambition; beauty,vigor general merchant an-i farmer, from a prescription by a worldwide : Ron: ,..--, .
and cheerfulness v'attie Bedford "' Pa. For known skin specialist and is ;;
: D. C. Chase.i nd command t. soon c unt) .
l disappear when the kid- I positively the most salve 0--
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of the by J. ,,,
Farmers'ho .
h see in him are out of order Fro
.... neys I(I for piles, burns, scalds, ulcers run 'IJ. <"' .
4 F to Starke and diseased.
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his home with "b h."I .erai of ploy Kidney trouble has Captain: "Whe'o's the new recruit -1 ning sores and all skin diseases.J. 8 -j;; x
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become so prevalent ? Private: "Don't know, 1! <
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1 Dr. and Mrs. V- that it is not uncommon::>> sir I heard him ask for s me gun tu rn
inois. who have }DOin _. "f for a child to b; born I The bunco man does his best to = :; 0
i office"for cotton to sew a button on his coat
I UteSi3 afflicted withwta!! dYVljbT make -
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: several week Jyohserves e nc>... If the chIJrt:1- with and I haven't seen him since." pay.. t-tJ

Thursday mornitlt: -.._,u y *- ates too often, if. the A Little Known Fact. = ;: ::':. :: h...
j Ida points. en suggest urine scalds the flesh or if. when 'he child Millions Given Away.It tj ...........
: _u nt reaches an age when it should be able: to That the majority of serious dis- > .
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:.,. \ : bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause of public to know of one concern in =oM d Cs .
I N. J. Jones, A. J kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is a s C
be the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first the land who afraid be
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and P. Dose guaranteed. it if
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step towards the treatment of -
Jacksonville to int incumb: these Important organs. This unpleasant generous to the needy and suffer- are not feeling NtH J. L. Gaskins. t't-Pt Ii M s PI -
trouble due ing. The proprietors of Dr. King'sNew --- --- =
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i: vliey Willi i that the people do not free, also pamphlet tell- BOOM of 8wmmp-Root cured by it. Call on J. L Gaskins, chapped hands, sore, chronic nipples, itching itCh'1 ,

!f 4eutmlt&To turn down capable log thousands all about of testimonial it, including letters many received of thee druggist, and get a free trial bottle. granulated lids. sore eyes and I + L.I 0-a rIrJ

> _ot vtfficient.official simply that from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer Regular size 5CC and $I. Every M : tr1 Q.L.I '

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.tt CRONJE- IIAS SURRENDERED DISCRIMINATION CHARGED. 1.--


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Atlanta Baptist Ministers Accuse or id a News.

State School Commissioner of I
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Brave Boer General Forced Denominational Partiality.At I .
Overwhelming'
by Farmer InntUute Organised.
Beting Mond-jr: Good Koads Cot1T nt on.
the
regular I A date has been fixed by the committee I I Fully one hundred Leon county
f Numbers to Capitulate morning several member* of the Atlanta at
Unconditionally. I having the matter in charge farmers met in the courthouse Tallahassee -

f'A Ga., Baptist Ministers' Onfer- for the proposed state gc o 1 roads con- the past week for the purpose -

ence jumped on State School Commissioner -r ventiu: in Orlando. The time will beMarclT22 of organizing a farmers' institute. ,

ROBERTS STRIKES BLOW bombardment which few modern soldiers Glenn for alleged discrimina .Zd 23A formal call to Professor H. T. Stockbridge of the j

[ could have withstood for so many tion.The that effect has been .ent cut.. The Florida] Agricultural College was ,..;&... ,

hours as they have days. The influenceof matter was brought up by Rev.S. committee has taken time to gee : utters present and made an interesting and : f; "" if 1I
i the I Y. I I lnsn;ft'Te address upon the subjects l' i
surrender not only upon the Jameson corresponding secretary in as good shape as possible.] The ,, i
i Four Thousand Burghers Lay situation at Ladysmith, but on the of the state mission board who plan of work is comprehensive and is of cane-growing for sngar and pyrnp

Down Their Arms at Paarde. whole conduct of the war will be im stated that he had learned that the an- intended to cover every feature of dairy farming and feeding of stock for 1

mense." nual report of Commissioner Glenn in road improvement in Florida. Special beef cattle. After some discussion it t .I

: .: barg--England Rejoices. Already the Briton is taking stockof enumerating the different schcols and hotel and railroad rates have been se- was determined to organize a Leon

t the situation and measuring the colleges of Georgia ignored Mercer cured.It county farmers' institute for the pur- ;{

future. There is no disposition to University, Cox college and several has been decided to invite Secretary pose of mutual benefit and the fol- -

General Piet Cronje, the Boer leader overestimate the success. The government other Raptist schools in the state. I of Agriculture Wilson of Wash lowing officers were elected: John P. .f' ,,

early Tuesday morning surrendered entertains no illusion. As Mr. Jameson thought such an error ington, to be presentand as he became Roberts, president; Dr. J. A. Andeis. -

his of 4,000 to I announced by the house of commons, should be corrected and brought the much interested in Florida when he vice-president; T. G. Rawl, fcocre- ._ : t

army men 10,000 additional troops will go out matter to the attention of the Atlanta was here a year ago, it is hoped that tary; M. H. Johnson, treasurer

Lord Roberts, unconditionally. The and the effective will be kept near ministers. The statement was as if a he will accept the invitation. It is The following named gent!. irjt. :>". .

details of the surrender for which England 200000. bomb had been thrown into the peace- the aim of the gentlemen who have were selected as an executive :;-\\>..-.\ :;,:

::7 and Europe had waited anxiously, Lord Roberts has done more than ful and quiet meeting and much feeling taken hold of the matter to make the tee W. C. Baunerman, E. P. rii!t. ., -: .-

: were received iu London in the following I the capture of 4,000 Boers and a few was manifest by the speakers who meeting one of practical benefit to N. W. Eppes, to formulate] pr! .<'. ai .l ?

; guns. followed Mr. Jameson. :. every part of Florida. They will: do fix dates for regular meetings: :f t:: r'J:;:

J telegram from Lord Roberts: lie is within striking distance of There were two or three members all they can to make it such, and they institute. .t

"PAARDEBERG, 11 o'clock, Tuesday one of the Boer capitals, and is mas- of the board of trustees of :Mercer university hope to meet with generous cooperation After extending: a note of thinks i... .. ,

(l t E\"cning.-From information furnished ter of a large district of the Free I present and upon their prom- from all parts of the state. I II I Professor Stockbridge for his nblnau-1 .; *-.t I r

daily to me by the intelligence department State. He has given a shock to Boer ising to make an immediate investigation I instructive address, the institute tit' '< K! : j. ,

it became apparent that Gen confidence and immeasurably restored I the conference decided to take no :journed to meet on March 22. 'f J

eral Cronje's force was becoming moredepressed I the spirit of his own troops. In cap- action in the matter for the present. Jetty Contract Awards ,}{f'f't Ii'
The bids for the of the
and that tho discontent of State School Commissioner Glenn] prosecution
i turing Cronje he has taken a leader Latest reports from Hon. R. W. Ash _
work on the jetties at the mouth of
the troops and the discord the was attending a meeting of educators -.j/
whose '
among I presence alone was worth thou- more, who was assaulted and robbed : _
leaders were rapidly increasing. sands in Chicago, and could not be seen regarding Cumberland sound bar were opened at
to the Boer in Wakulla that he has
cause. county, say regained ril 1--
"Each night the trenches were push The best opinion in London is that i, the charges made at the ministers' St.awarded Augustine to Messrs.a few days Christie ago and, Low were& consciousness, and is doingwell. r :#.1 -'j':i'p It. ;f

i ed toward the enemy's laager so as to the Trausvaalers are certain to con- meeting. : He has given a minute description -"-" j' ia. f .. ,f;
Heyworth, a contracting firm of Chicago : -P .
gralually contract his position and at tinue the fight with undiminished Assistant Commissioner Woodall, of his assailants, two negroes, 4f.i': ;.J 1.
the lowest
bidders.
they being
1 the same time I bombarded it heavily valor, but it is not so certain about of the (department who is familiar Their bids for first and second- who were followed to within a few .i-f -f};. ".
were,
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with artillery which was yesterday the Free Staters. I with all the executive business con- miles of Tallahassee when night.came 3i ;1 I .J-
class for third-class
I materially aided by the arrival of four Lord Roberts has not allowod the nected with the publication of the re- rock $2.15; rock on and the trail v&a< lost. Mr. Ash- !fz tftf' tr

G-inch howitzers which I had orderedup corps of descriptive writers with him I port, when asked, said: 81.90 and is for mats per yard 73 cents. more once represented I-is county fajJ' l,.. "1 1 .J', r
There to be to
put down according
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:, from DeAar. to supplement his plain narrative as "I am surprised at the "charges of the terms of the contract, 405,000 tons the l legislature! and is a lejdirig cui-y :!t t --t(. ; ;

: "At 3 r. m. today a most dashing yet and there are some points in doubt.It the Baptist ministers. There is not first and second-class rock 11,000 tons zen in his secti'. i. .t. ir"P. I. 9 r"I" !
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advance was made by the Canadian is not clear whether the 4,000 pris- nor has there been, any discriminationfor or, t
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third-class rock and of
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20,000
yards I'
regiment and some engineers, include or against any denomination in : l... : 14
supported oners those taken in small mats, which at above figures, will The Sanford city council voted' f i,,..:' 1 .
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the First Gordon the management of the affairs of this '
by Highlanders before the What
parties occupation. It.s ]last ,
to mont
make an expenditure of $1,101,000 meeting pay one ,; :- r&I
I and Second Shropshires, resultingin has become of the Boers department. Moreover, CommissionerGlenn ; l
rest of tho There is available now a sum of salary of the teachers of the pn i. ..: our gaining a point some six hundred ,' who held the Magersfontein lines, has always sought to prevent SI,900,000 which, when this contractis schuafn: accordance with a propoj', -{ t ) I

yards nearer the enemy and within and where are the large guns? The :i. any such occurrence in the administration completed] will ]leave a balance of tion trade by the county school boa, ( \' -...1 V J ..
about eighty yards of his trenches, smallness of force of county school!! affairs. ,,.. )
Cronje's causes $798,350. The contract specifies that who 'vui also pay for an additlcmourh. .:/1 ;: >;
'where our men intrenched themselvesand some wonderment. This will Sanford /' "
the work is to be commenced within give ? IIDcn !
r maintained their position'! till Spenser Wilkinson, reviewing the MILLING TRUST COLLAPSES. sixty days after it has been awarded. ,..:; of school], and the .tQ. l"'7 J4;:;--"" ,"
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f morning, a gallant deed worthy of our military situation in the light of Gen- not ,iocw: until :May 1. w 'r ;y --. L. ;" 'tj'
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i colonial comrales.t eral Cronje's capitulation fays: I Gigantic Conrrrn In I'hcetlln the fland \ __ ..;; -7 I-., ..

I "This apparently clinched matters, "On a moderate estimate one-tenth of Receiver The Gainesville and Gulf Railwayhas I ---- '.. rM' ,'.,,..;:rV'

for at daylight today a letter signed by of the Boer army has been taken out A Milwaukee dispatch says: The inaugurated. a through freight service Three nun were arrested ai g, '; .... i

General Cronje, in which he stated of account by the capture of Cronje. United States Milling Company gen- from Jacksonville, via the Southwestern : I I it Jacksonville the past wee ,,: /i' =. ,-

t' that ho surrendered unconditionally, The battle of Paardeberg is a miniature erally known as the flour trust, collapsed Railway, to Gainesville, I with: the murder of the Robfc.jy ma J '1 j

was brought to our outposts under a Sedan. The whole of Lord Rob- Saturday afternoon but the making the time in five hours ana i : They are "Lum" an.'i
4:,: flag of truce. erts's army say 45,000: men, are readyfor fact did not become known until Mont fifteen minutes, without transfer. This Hftpin.ond and G. C. Geary e' ';;; ..f' :J

"In my reply I told General Cronje n fresh advance.: 'rho objective t I day, when Judge Jenkins, in proceed- will be a great convenience to merchants -I tee putties implicated are Ji c"f'ol l ? {--p!

he must present himself at my camp, j I must be the next Boer army of importance j|I ings ancillary to the United States and all others receiving perishable I Ge.-Tg V;. Roberta and gr f J -3tYr3. 't

and that his forces must come out of j which is in Natal.! I court of New Jersey appointed three goods, as the car will be uca-Tici 1 : Hosanna Ro together.ii. 1tt 1: '-

their laager after laying down their i "The next move therefore, with a recovers for the company two of as soon as it arrives. This will be the I were murdered .s't. ', ..I
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arms. By 7 a. m. I received General view of drawing the Boer army from j'I' whom are now '.Charge of the prop- fastest freight service from Jacksonville bister and daughter Tj'[,. ,?. t t'. 'i1'\ ""

Cronje and dispatched a telegram to Natal implies nn advance on Bloem-] erty. to Gainesville. these persons was caused.. i .J't .
you announcing the fact. fontein and Wineberg, which would I The collflp is credited, to the com- W. L. Jones of Atlant "}i: t. :l\. /

"Iu the course of conversation he sever the connection between the '! pany's ina:''ity to float! its securities known as "Bill ,Jones' "b al. r T

asked for kind treatment at our hands Boers in Natal and those Fouth of the I on the open market. A very important transaction, involving I Angel" and who was at' M { .

and also that his wife grandson private Orange river." I The receivers are Daniel Thomas the sale of an interest :in a I case for more than'a we'3 "- l. ,I. "

and servants of New Yrk Charles E. Kimball' of large cigar factory, was stopped by aii who discovered a pis' "'
secretary, adjutant "If the Boers make a stand west ofIlloemfontein I : ; ; !;; .. ... ,7--.."
might accompany him wherever he so much the better. I Summit, N. J., and Albert C. Loring injunction from the United States the Roberts house .,-." icr-A.! : -..'

might be sent. I reassured him and j With 45,000 men Lord Roberts maybe of Minneapolis.'! The fame receiverswere court in Jacksonville a few days ago. found the bloody'Tcbags. : CS'' 4k..'

told him that his request would be I j able to destroy a respectable force apT oti'ted& in Minneapolis and The injunction was granted 1.. Judge He"worked tai t. -a; :'. (1-: ;.wt4

complied with. I informed him that "there. The effect of the Paardeberg New Jersey It was formed In April I Locke, upon tb<< application of Leonard Sheriff Br ward7'a'bl, ''1't".t.. I'I

a general officer would be sent with j I victory will probably by a movement i. and capitw''l.pllt 325,0f'0,000.( Proceedings J. Stadaber of Chicago, end was Vinzant, and tlil?.. n ..bn'', rnJ ula! "

him to Cape Town to insure his being northward of the Boer forces south of lIar to Monday's will Lave I directed against Juan La Paz of Tam- I sisted by Chief of r n town : -1...

treated with proper respect en route. Orange river. I to be inst:u'ted: in every circuit where pa. The latter was scheduled to sell his lieutenantst' ;;... honicfory ..

He will start this afternoon undercharge i the comps'ty owns!! property. The at- interest in his fpctory to William 're avin'. for a'-...

of Major General Prctfyman, ARE WITHOUT MONEY." I floating inaebtednet-s amounts to $1-, i E. Parson;, Jr., of New York, and the S h.o." ;&'. ..." al..r re 1.1on :-

who will baud him over to the general 1, 09J: ,ros.'>! i.i which $144,305: is due I papers were to have been passed' on FloridaprCograms t' a lJ.mg ("":"J
Neither of the State Government at .V i is demand ]loans.SLWAU. the day the injunction was granted. ] i1i 1 alto-
and : C&
commanding at Cape Town. $394 ) : on I .:; ale'1 -:, i i\ l'
Frankfort Can Draw FurxU.Two I This cornea of some trouble between to the .r .., '. 1
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'f ENGLAND REJOICES. state governments completely] i ?SEES M'KIM.KY. Sthtll\kr and La Paz, wherein an Unpaid to be manYi1a'1:' ; '- _4,' _, -: i,1'"

I officered and each claiming to be regular I claim exists. Stadaker was distribatinr The Cv Per '\ '-'

> "Majuba\ avenged," "Cronje surrenders "- ] and legal officials, are in Frankfort, !! Former Candidate For: -Vice Presidency j agent for La Paz, handling :: Dora or tti Ii j'" f't't,; T.' .l'

," "Great British victory, Ky., and will remain each claimingthe i Dcnlf Oiiot.'itiou. i, the product of tho factory. A large I from St h ord J.1&4[): 1. ....!..--.. }
were some of the expressions shouted to administer the affairs of !'aleva made, to
right :> amounting some. bly meets Mat .. r
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the Demo-
'* I Arihui Sjwall. who was j
all over London Tuesday yet there state till the question is adjudicated in lice in i iI | thing like $100,000. Stadaker asked -
c'-ati" crtP'i'lat for president J"
were few outward signs of the natural the courts. I i fcr commissions on this and it was "
I ISQf.;, paid his respects: to PioMJeiit '
: The steami4
joy that Lord Roberts' dispatch really The only ludicrous thing about the ( denied. He was told that it was notincluded
: caused. The capitulation of General contests came into the situation Tues :!IKinlloJ:1nv.w ] 0:1 newspapercrrrespoud' I in his contract. He instituted i iI been taken IDj-
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nt he denied recent interview
: Cronje had been I looked upon as almost day. As anticipated, the banks refused i a suit for the collection of the amount. placed upon, 1.t$
and enthusiasm ia which ho was quoted as I i steamship Miami:(!
(4 a certainly for a week past to recognize either of the contending '
fcn-fastiug the defeat of the Demo- I :YT
found itself discounted by an- ;
fi and result both
factions
as a
crane party this year. \Vi' ter Park's fair opened auspiciously P.
ticipation. are without money and the state funds : not cf the kind tho One of'the
of "LittleDobs" i! 1 did Flay anything past week. The most conspicuous -
The magnificent success are as securely tied up as they could successful i
i + Mr. Sewall exhibits the
overlooked in the fact'e' wi i.jut qnuliuVation, among fruits wer I
is almost with the anniversiy well he. I': f-an1 "i I MICVG, in expansion in acer' the pineapples, some of the finest I citizens ofr': 1);
th ,t it synchronized Legislators'!, county as well as state I school] 6 .'.t1;;
.m tvay. I believe in keeling which: came from :Mr. Hopper's pinery .,;;
of :Majuba hill and wiped out a I
officials, and all kinds of contractorsof Porto Rico aril H'\'.1ii and extending I about two miles south of Winter Park. had be'eteo m'i.V.
'f :Dishonor of nineteen years' standing. the state will have to wait until .,,..)
l li1" of the United The exhibit l
cassava
** outward to 'Viatty wa very large toBoard
\( There much more
was a somebody is authorized by a decisionof States. y'bem: a territory of this and there were good exhibits of potatoes of Tralr-i:!
display of rejoicing in the provincesthan the courts to pay them and the there bad been
rriminatioii beets
country with''it as to turnips, eaLiaga-one of
in London over the surrender of state will have to wait on what is due I I attempts,. but on'e
tariff or other :awtI: also want to which weighed fifteen |;outids, onions, '
Cronje. The Glasgow and Liverpool excited. it till the courts say who is authorizedto keep tho Philippin's, but I think we carrots, fine ]lettuce, corn, etc. Several : rank andA lipf't'
stock exchanges: were greatly receive it. ed outshould
,
- should ultimately establish a republic boxes of very fine strawberries 1tW.
The members sang "God Save theQueen" The Democratic state officers have I
and cheered for there with our protection extending were exhibited by Mr G H. Ward, ;.\Od"- .
repeatedly opened offices in the Capitol hotel. was ma C1J'f1\
for -whirli ha received prize of
over it. : R $5. : 'AA''nd\lI
"Little Bobs. Flags were liberally The charitable and penal state institutions TheN : of *s'&s pr eo?tel...
I vas a good <>howii. oranges, :-. ..
displayed on the municipal and publicbtiiltlings are among the sufferers. Mine C'arriaare Broke grapefruit, etc., most of which was fltfkdressed --. >
in nil the towns.
-- --- large all Anniston's Fifth Cotton Mill. Four men were killed :Monday morning from the Deyar grove. :More than I .the '''\ While the afternoon commented
papers Mount\ Pleasant mine at hundred of : giving
in the one specimens Florida] manyJJguiaents
this coincident, William Noble John H. Noble and
upon happy Scrautou Pa., by the breaking of amine woods were exl !'sited by M. McMur- wh1
J 4hey did not forget the splendid bravery James Keith Jr., will erect a hundred be formed.
,\>> *" of the thousand dollar cotton mill in Anniston carri .ge. The carriage struck an ray. Samples of Florida wines wf-re Vet
enemy. adjustable shelf, which was left pro- exhibited, manufao+nred by J. B. ; rcf'l
The St. James Gazette says: "The Ala., at once and are arranging ,
1 ;I.: the to the whose is ifo Il
jecting, dropping men pit, Lamuntague; factory near
s 4 t splendid courage of the Boers has not for the machinery. This will be Anniston's The Woo, 0
seventv-lr e feet below. Winter Park. ;: .-
been able to withstand any longer the fifth cotton mill. .,. A ; O?
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SPANISH FORCE .INFERIOR. the_past..p,
IS WAR PRIZE.Snpieinc CAROLINA MONUMENT. The Southern- Express Company, follows.

I.4 Dewey Fulls To Get Amount of PrizeMoney through their agent at Gainesville M. pTea dent; + "

e Court Affirms Decision of Georgia Palmetto State To Erect Memorial I I Asked For. W. Wooding, has informed the growers dl H Yl vet-\; ,,.(;'.
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Court In the AbJuU Ca c. nt C1ilckamauna.; i The United States court of claims of Alachna county that, owing to trar4rtb- Bb'fPh: :";' .j. i., f,Q

In the opinion by Justice Brown, has rendered a decision on the claimof ] the ]loss of so much of their truck by J. Il 9 .. / (. 'w--
South Carolina has been tardy in D I :', .,
the United States supreme court ha.sf" Admiral Dewey for prize money on the cold thy will transport all seeds, M. Cross-- '' J'

,decided naval prize money case involving J I erecting a monument at Chickamauga, account of the destruction of the plants, etc., except Irish potatoes to Choato. .rp '4

the seizure of the British steamer but the legislature has male an appro- Spanish fleet in :Manila bay. The them free vril: March 10. This is a The membanqueted _.3 Byg I

Abdula. This ship was owned by the priation of 10,000 for that purpose.A court decided against the admiral's liberal offer and one that is highly appreciated at Hotel"

f Atlas!Steamship: Company of Kingston handsome shaft of South Carolina contention that the enemy's force was by the truckers. handsome medal '; .

Jamaica, and was leased to a Spanish granite will be erected surmountedwith superior to his, and awarded $9,570. Major R. M. Cary !
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citizen for carrying refugees:: from a bronze palmetto tree. I The decision excludes the supporting I
the members of th( t-- .
Goxernor Bloxham has offered a' Pa ,
Cuba. The vessel was The monument will be erected on ,: C
Guantanamo ; shore batteries mines and
torpe- =
in the recent Spar'The .
reward of $200 for the apprehensionand ,
captured June 29, 1898 when entering Snodgrass hill, where the Carolinians : does in the determination of the enemy's societyLieutenant eve (
conviction of the
party or parties
and there will be
condemned
Guantanamo hay, and was fought fiercely force. Admiral Dewey's claim Balltvi =; -- .
t who on the night of February 12 murdered ,
holds markers for Kershaw's Gist's andManigault's ,
vessel. The opinion for $200 for each man belonging '
-as a prize i was the Roberts neither of whoif- -i109piti
family three in -
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the American blockade was effective brigades and Culpepper'abattery. I' fleet those
that to the enemy's including number in Duval at the meetin' ate to'4
county.
; that the purpose of the voyage The work will be completedby in charge of the fortifications. relso rye 3tse Efe Wi-

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e V weak tribe of Zulus. He organized a ter- ; if'.;..,
PHOTOGRAPH OF A TYPICAL BOER SOLDIER; the .* ,
Bradford Gounn Te1eraph.I I them perfectly, and when the .iIf
chief of the Umtetwas was killed in of :r-
f battle Tshaka announced the indepen- thousand l'

I STARKE, FLJL dence of the Zulus and upheld it by hundred ,
orce. of. the :.J

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. This done Tshaka started in to There ', I

<> __ make the Zulu power supreme. He district

t fl The loyalty of England's colonie3 attacked his weaker neighbors first, pro- et

'' daring the South African war has been ./ and with every victory absorbed the J.-'
warriors into his own army anti ,
:1
.. one of its most notable features. young destroyed the old men, women and : ::.>- r.k

; ', I children. In this way his own army ..f '

i If ever the Bible becomes a forgotten ,, grew marvelously, and his conquered '\

'.t} 1 ; ....- book, thrce-qnaiteis of the worke neighbors lost recuperative power and :. )

j j r. ifiki-z of art produced in the last thousandtl eventually identity.He kI .. r
divided his warriors into ;
will have lost their meaning, young
r years
each regi-
i r regiments, distinguishing
i. :; and some of the masterpieces of literature 1 t t, ment by different colored shields, and

will become well-nigh unintelli- i .1 established with rewards a compE: i-

; .. i gible. ___________ i tine spirit among regiments. Ho
'
st trained them to advance and attack in I 'N' i l lt

r.j t. Two of the most interesting bridges solid formation, something new in

II:! of the day are the Atbara bridge in South African savage warfare, and he

t r 1 Egypt and the Glacier Point bridge T'I I 4tr developed} the close quarters attack t j _l s*
with the short stabbing assegai or G,
, [1;;r.; .4; on the Yukon. and White Pass railway.The rr spear, so generally used among South !J

" 1i former was built by American African tribes.
: 0
: capital on British soil, the latter / Then he established an inviolatelaw

: t' by British capital on American soil. 7 ij' that any soldier returning from

. ; The former stands in the region of an 4 battle without assegai or shield, or
/f r with a wound in the back, should be
I I eternal rainless heat; the latter runs 1 \
-:.: executed as a coward. By another
. \ between great peaks of never-melted law young soldiers were forbidden

t k,! 83O'V. //Il 4 wives until after long service, unless
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I meantime they earned them by distinguished -
If anything was wanted to convince
f : : bravery in the field.
\ ; Chicago that the drainage canal hast ( Absolute discipline was inculcated.

x ... r,: made the Chicago river water all that : I An expedition never knew its destination -
f desired it has been fury : and purpose until far from home.In .
: .... r could le now -
attacking the first onslaught was
.;.:. ;,". nished in the fact that a fish has just ,
always in solid formation, supportedon
"t t;, I i .Z.. ''1.":' been caught within the city limits either side by wings of skirmishers.

i ";:.""t ,. the first taken from the river since II Flank movements were a regular
k '
j '. &the great fire of nearly 30 years ago. I' Ya4 manoeuvre, and as effective in savageas
t, in civilized warfare.It .
i That it was only a little catfish makes
4f T -----. can easily be seen how the
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f t. no difference to., the Chicago mind, ..-"" _I"'< "VOn ".--... .' .-. Zulus, under such a system, swept all no means .
if catfish do thrive in muddy wa- before '!.
F r ..n'\ even them. The undisciplined savages occupy
; -4'. terse of the plains and forests weut :\ is
t tj, down like grain before the reaper. Orange
V In the London hlpital for con. ,
And every new tribe subjugated was have
}gumption the basis of treatment is 1 ruthlessly amalgamated into tho victorious entire

,,. r_ Jast in the open air, gradua'ed! exer- i nation.
\ The Zulus swept the coast, subjugated grain pro-
use, and good feeding. Nc windowS
t .
Natal and pushed their fierce, thrifty and
6 W"t t the open-air wards is ever closed, bloody sway far inland. The terrorof tain dis
\d during the cold weather tub con. his never-tiring little horse, the Boer soldier rides to every fight. The their name passed far north and far .
horses are left in the rear and the farmer soldiers walk into battle. The of .
ptive patients are lepf ".arm"S'extrac'othing south. power
Boer uniform and carries his in belt about his chest
wears no cartridges a 1879
heat Nor was there limit to their ravages they
I and artificial and wherever else he can store them. After the fight he mounts again.

}I' /encouraging to joie that ].l'I1cti. This explains the mobility of the Boer forces.ooooooooooooooosooooooocoo .

\ I the early cases and 70 j er i iI
; The Zulu is undoubtedly the best
Vf.l.
[all eases improve con:lerably I o
native of South Africa. He is
.. Ig fighter
sys'ero.! I THE BLACK PERIL physically a splendid savage-fierce,

t. powerful and enduring. Add to this
I If OF SOUTH AFRICA
and most !-
UI1W. the memory of a magnificent past, the
; o
; ibitrament. in allY 11 cumfet 8--0 0 traditions and courage of a race un- moved"I''G'

: the further: it is *en:'/-v,\ : whipped except by white men, and by

," Wrost come from conscriptionercenary ; o Boer and Briton.Opooooooooooooooooooooooo8. them only at fearful odds, and you
have a worthy foeman. The Zulus
\ I \ the! noble Hi i i', I! yielded to the sway of England through 1 :1

! I >Washington Star. As men Ij I Ij ,, F the Zulus seize the opportunity force indeed, but the fight they made ;

j t arid fight they always will : j 1 1 r!' offered by the Transvaal then was one to keep alive the hope ofa .

J'the fighting spirit is dif I'. war to strike for freerI4 better ending for renewed struggle.The '
; _-- liemorewilling i : ( dom, England would have'herhandsfull. secret of the Zulu power lies, AV : r III.'
I the citizens
: .,- ,. Should the first, in organization, and second, in f ; '
j..J j i New gr,7..are to. take the field I I\, bold Basutos join arms with tl&tradition of victory. Organization / 1 ,

t l Cohen, FrtyU "'better it is for that '...# their fierce cousins, South under the great chieftain Tshaka at

I : htj:the- greater are th9 I II v p. Africa would become hot I the beginning of the present century

" .. ,I V.W Vatacs i-..orof- success ifI I IJ soil for the British foot for : gave them their first superiority over ,
long months to
a visitor to S I.:' many come. other savage tribes, and an unending '
_- 11De avoided. Both of these uprisings are threat series of victories for half a centuryor : '-
I i I Percales in IT-J': =- ened; both are greatly feared. TheA more produced a race of rare cour- :

.: 'eonstant state of and warlike The of .'
,. colors at Coh age prowess. story '-.; ". .
.imnorts. of Amer. it describes the Zulu of to-day. ; ""''''
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I NATIVE I
-- --- \'P''''''' __ POLICEMEN OF THE
Lem Colson'l.> Industrial militing What is now known a3 Zululand

his brother e'cause they are wild country, bounded on the north ; until the Dutch settled in Natal. dis

of this city. JttJ hold down by the Transvaal, on tho south and Then began a series of fierce fights in over by which
west by Natal and on the east by the
n-f\T\: e German which the white man and the rifle since paid
]. G S Par k ma1-- .. sea-was then divided among several finally triumphed and the Zulu power the cost
-4nd seek to
wa transacting b ;: savage tribes, of which the Zulus was broken, or at least reduced to the
Thursday. ,E.tr products, were one of the weakest. The chiefof point of non-interference with the self-

-*strong agrarian a neighboring tribe, the Umtetwas, movements of the Dutch and the English British
FOR SALE-La&i legislature at plotted the murder of his two sons who soon after swarmed over the .
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Waverlv bicycle, one of whom, however, escaped, andill
haviug a hard land.But fifty
his wanderings fell in with the while to
Apply at taught respect the
new. traouable of two
to be
British, the organization of whose white man, the Zulu nursed his traditions -
James KeMeyWednesday a to come our forces he noted with shrewd under- his pride and his ferocity. It I i iI have
> standing. After his father's death ho I
R1 afte /many *il! show
returned to his tribe, was made chief, large
points of interests: the AmericanJ. and proceeded to organize his warriors Ihi; of

W. Hodges into brigades, regiments and companies ,
-" British fashion and had remarkable to
,l
Ocala Monday Jra in the
pub- success in warfare. congrega- ti-
2t t business interestQ"frolr year to / One of his lieutenants was a youthof is -i

Tuesday itlTbetter fierce: and restless energy. He was ,
of Cape .'
the son of a conquered chieftain and
D AbernaTamong their w
E. intimately .
his name was Tshaka. He studied the
r Tillis of Myrf 14' read a good A RICA BAsrro. organization of the Umtetwa army; African

transacting bpd' .-interested at Zulu situation in particular is watched zealously and saw in it wonderfn :zjI over !
i
a Wednesday up with anxious eye. England for a while I things not accomplished by his wise 1 nest grain

: coi Ilea figbt. was overmatched in the last Zulu war but mild chieftain. He made up his in South
Chaseia'nd
D. C. -- ,. ---.- country is
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of the Farmers'ho see i e.n from I I of GOO, and

to his Starke home with and 't;..b'p' 'rat ofaicipat. "( dl I parliament of State. I\

.
c.i r protec-
raptly means
Dr. and Mrs. >e .',,- : authorities
will :
study
inois. who have'' bale i liberties .F
for several tveekr } : .}located ; ; hiF1 : :DOTS AT xaniR ?nnnr"lIEALIC 3fEAL- the only!
teach- 1i1 TAP. :
con-
Thursday rnorni\ .mbie. ,A
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'.'1ee small
I a about the {Y
c ida points. was a disgrace in his eyes to labor except return for '
7C ':every in the prosecution of war. Under
of 1
Messrs. T. "Y11 ,
J.
findl ,J1the Cetewayo, the great chief whoso .
N. J. Jones, A. \'.
.tftaud if power England broke in a war in
Rugg and J. P Do'Jacksonville e. .rn,more in which she met several terrible reverses : of a KM lI.
to and lost hosts of
splendid men, Ind., *
, speak \Vednesda litigeograp'F. the Zulu was at heart the Zulu of the a piece
_
e in great Tshaka's
days.
.the'
from his
S. Dawson ext books.not And this is the people who now when Jf '?;(

; facturer, is ta,dtt'e--_! at -theo- threaten to avail of England's troublesto resisting {c
jo' \
tas regain their freedom. .
In They ar
cation. ;
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( topics, ; the nays %
i same in spirit and are rich in re
out.oian: 1. d the, childrencan sentment. For have :; lady "
;years they
::: kiss her.
,-. ti djffe a ehveen'it and thetry" I:. nursed their wrongs. What tbey have a scuffle.

, tenJ>A\ Give the children ,'/ 1lfll/f1l l1,1!/JijUi1 :lfdP2 f$; lost tion in of savage peaceful fierceness subjection by a is genera- so ran 1m::
more \
goodcl,: ary P"spa rs to read and ; which she
f I I DEBATE IN THE EASUTO 1'A1:L 'l'r.-- than matched, say recent writers, by
, '" q bright, intelli- the 1
tleywill 'gh ,t trfnt9: their gains in knowledge. They still and .
p1lt m omen.The more news-' and victory was bought in the end with mind that some day his own chance retain their terrible stabbing! assegai three !

.ot v ffiCiened the better informed rivers of English blood. Scarcely any would come.Winning but they have added the rifle, and are arm. The -:

holars graduated from greater misfortune could come just consideration, Tshaka was splendid marksmen. They dream of surgeon

J the.office rna eo,.& I I now than an uprising such as this. finally as a reward, appointed chief of restoring the splendors of their, past, was re- !;
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Description of the tnjlish Character. :.

:. An ancient Idea, which has no foundation What Her Papa Sold. FIVE-cent
The Rev. TilE BEST
Joseph Whyte, a promi-
now, whatever it might have D SMOKING ,
nent Methodist divine stationedin
had In the past, is that the English now

people arc stiff, unsocial and difficult to northern California, has an excep- Worthless Tobacco on Earth is
tionally bright little daughter. One :
become acquainted with. They are i
; day himself and wife, with this little

; quite as approachable as well-bred lassie, aged four years were riding in .
NOTintheTRUSTIS
Americans. In travelling they are always '
the cars. Two little boys, the sons of Stuff! 1 :
: ready to begin a conversation,
q commercial traveler, were talking to
i in hotels and boarding houses
+
nnd they
the little girls about their respective

meet one fully half way anu are even papas and what they did. One little

1' A more cordial than people of the United lad said: "My papa sells shoes," and 4G TOP !f
in offering their addresses
: States and the other said: "Mine sells paper, a
; urging that you visit them if in their TOBACCO ;
and
; turning to the little "what
girl -
;,' z. locality. Among the lower stratum does your papa sell?" For a moment, What a lot of trashis THE BRAND. ,, 'f' r't1 I 1 1I

there is no such general intelligence as the child hesitated, bnt, not to be out \w- t.

'f.- among a similiar class In America. done by boys, she replied with the air sold as coughcures. made
/ W Union
:'; They cannot convey Information be- of a duchess,"My papa sells talk." ,,

}. cause they do not possess it and they The hollow

+. seem stupid, reticent and disagreeable, An English For Invention AVIrelett for Steering steering; any craft, Cigarette lI Panels E g Package t

but most likely this is because one whether submerged otherwise, by moans of drum makes the ra r j

docs not understand them The educated an ether wave on the wlrelf telegraph principle
baa been perfeted.. In naval war it is loudest noise-the MANUFACTURED ;
and cultured English people are expected to make the torpedo boat almost BROW BROS. CO.. WINSTON IN' :t: 1t" ;*
delightful to know. The men, I think, Infallible. In th S respect It will equal the !* .

mean to be irreproachable in manners, great Stomach American Bitters-dyspepsia whli-h never' cura-Hu&tetter'a falls to cure biggest advertisement IK-

but they have not that quick, responsive constipation, Indigestion dyspepsia, biliousness : '''' .
malaria fever and a ue. Everyone
; often
courtesy which characterizes needs and all draggle s sell It. covers :
i
American men in their acquaintance -. ------ Sore :
>>
A Faithful
worthlessness.Sixty
,r. with women. There is not so much "And do you miss your poor roxr.stead husband .

comradeship and sympathy between much Mrs. JIupp*?*' J
?tltl!. Mupgs-"No, thanking you kindly miss. of
ii- the sexes. In self-reliance and Independence What with my parrot which swears and my years ....... '
.. the English woman is about monkey wot chons tobacco. I ain't lonely. I 3
can almost fancy he's "ere." and such testi- ,
where her sister across the sea was cures ...;. ,
thirty years Correspondence ']'0 Cure) n Cold in One Day. _'"". # I
Take LAXATIVE PROUD QCINIVB TABLETS. All as the following "':" *
: New York Snn.Character. mony
dructflcts refund the m.iupy If it falls to cure. an ir, ttJ!
K. \v. CiKOVB's Blznaturw in on each box. 25c. er :
have
In Finger Nails. tatJght'us
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In when Balloons of Great Service.
r days superstition was more
Balloons have been found of greater serviceIn
t prevalent than It Is now the shape and :South: Alrlea than on the drill ground m what Ayer's Cherry

; appearance of the finger nails were England, partly beeaupe the greater clear. ( %
nrsaof the air and jartly becau-e the land Is .4 .
,'. considered to have reference to one'sdestiny. less encumbered bykbeu.awhich hinder balloon Pectoral will do. ... ;? > .
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transport \ -":1 i .
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To learn the message of the fingernails Beauty Is Blood Deep. "I had a most stubborn coughfor -,,; I

It was necessary to rub them ClPi-n Mood means a clean skin. No many years. It deprived me $

over with a compound of wax and soot, t'enuty'without it. CnecaretsCandy Cathartic of sleep and made me lose flesh ."t' .....
clean blood and keep it clean, by (.
1. nnd then to hold them so that the sun stirring up:your the lazy liver and driving all im- rapidly. I was treated by many or.IT*. :\ 1 4)i .,

light fell fully on them. purities from the body. Begin to-day to eminent physicians, but could get ,: :$&. *>* r,

: Then, on the horny, transparent sub- Lan Ish pimples boils,blotches blackheads no permanent relief. I then tried V ..;: "J.-. \ L

stance certain signs and characterswere and that sickly: bilious complexion by taking Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and I began .,.. I i
Cnscartts for ten cents. All drug-
,--beauty .
!
; supposed to appear from which gists, satisfaction guaranteed, lOc, 25c, 50cDnrine ( to get better at once. I now Itrl'L .v ..= .)..:' t.. ..'. .:-
the future could be Interpreted. sleep well, my old flesh is back, .. '?rrl 1 t -i; ,...... .' il-L ,;f.:1."fr \-- '
the ended Dec 31 last 20,235: : ,.. .:: ./0-' t -
year and I in _:t J t".. "
Persons having certain kinds of nails immigrants landed in Baltimore, enjoy myself every wayat I T : ..
were credited with the possession of the age of seventy-four.-R. N. i
VITALITY low, debilitated exhausted cured JHK t.
certain characteristics. Thus a man by Dr. Kline's Invigorating Tonic. FBKB $1 MANN, Fall Mills, Tenn., Feb. 7, I l l J

with red and spotted nails was supposed trial bottle for 2 week*' treatment. Dr. Kline, 1899. .
srfo
Ld.931 Arch I'hlladelpha. Founded 1871.I Red Hands *
Rough
Itching )
to have a hot temper, while pale, Burning l J .

lead-colored nails were considered to believe Piso's Cure for Consumption saved ,: Jv.trj .
my boy's life last summer.-Mrs. ALLIE Palms, and Painful Finger finds ; : i'k?
denote a melancholy temperament. DOUGLASS, Le Roy, Mich., Ocs. 30,18M.
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Narrow nails were supposed to betray
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children It's the do-as-you-wonld-bc-
ambition and a quarrelsome nature teething, softens the gums, reduces inflammation : ii
i while round-shaped nails were allays pain, cures wind colic. "Jc. a bottle. done-by cough medicine. Trya One Night rfreatmen;

\ the distinguishing marks of lovers of The statement of the administrator shows 25-ccnt bottle. i.me .

knowledge and people of liberal sentiment. that the estate of D. L. Moody practically ....'"..7"\ ma .. '-.
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consists o? his library. J!-fi
i i' Soak the hands on retiring in a strong h;;7// ( :, 1' .-
Conceited, narrow-minded and obstinate now Are Your 1I.lclatYI'loDr. ,

folk were supposed to have small p .Ilobbs'. Add.Bparagns Sterling Pills Remedy core Co.all,kldner Chicago: 111 or*.ii.San Y. /COTTON creamy lather of CUTICURA SOAR !t t 4 ", I .' /-I*

mils, indolent people fleshy and those .

of a gentle retiring nature broad nails. Thirty-six foreign vessel, having an aggregate Culture"is and anoint freely with CUTlz URA, the j ie'w: V .:
: tonnage: of 57,5.ys. met with disaster : ...

Each package of I'CTXAM FADFLZSS DTK in American waters last year. the name skin cure and purest of emollients. Wear, dui, >f;|\ : V .v v

colors more goods than any other dye and C > .?
Deafness Cannot Be Cured t1 .
colors them better too. ScJld by all the old 1 loose kid with the fi 1'. J *
by local applications, as they cannot reach the night, gloves .1qill c "
druggbts. of valu- ,
diseased portion of the ear. There Is ci.iy one a : l&St *

Great Engineering. Triumph.One way tocure remedies.deafness Deafness, and that is caused Is by by constitutional an inflamed ends cut off and air holrs= cut in the palms?.; 't't"l : f ; Tg*
of the latest til minbs In thengineer-
condition of the mucous lining of the able illustrated ; *
ing, world eon-lsts In the construction, ehlp- Eustachian Tube. When Ibis tube gets In. red hands fissured ifcl .
rough chapped
m"nt br tt-amer and sib-cquent transfer to flamed you have a rumbling bound or Imper- dry, i !. t J7
railway transportation of a steamer of 4500 sect hearing, and when it is entirely closed r > .
!
tons displacement, which was finally put afloat Deafness Is the result, and unless tho inflammation pamphlet feverish palms v,,dh shapeless nails and 1
in lake Baikal.Iberia, nut less", than 5,0)0 can be taken out and this tube restored : 4rt ; ;ier-t! '

miles from St.:; I'cteisbun. to its normal forever.condition Nine cases, hearing out Mill of ten bd are destroyed which shouldbe finger ends, thIs treatnent is s1mply. .W'- s: ,.,... ;List ilf;

cn't Tctacco Spit end Smoke Your Ute Away. caused by(catarrh which is nothing: but an lu- : ..;....-e.e yv t".t. c/J;
To : full Of life nerve and vigor, take No-To- We will give One Hundred Dollars for any in the Ranch ; ft..on'1ng -, r)nJinla! \

Pa-, weak case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can :\ .
the Bonder-worker that makes men when physicians and all etse'n toV.t
not be (ured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. lend for cases :
ttrong. All druggists,SOc or 81. Cure guaran clrcularsfree. of who t.11 .EoD,?
teed. Booklet and fanij,le free. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O. every planter
Meillng:: Keinedj-., Chicago New York. Sold by Druggist.75c. for a -j

Chi na's new railroad from Canton to Kllnko U all's Family Tills are tho best. raises Cotton. The Sore Hands 8 Year j', ika 'l-

,,". which, with its hrunre, will be 1,000 Coal mlnninp( is deve'oplnc rapidly: In Can- lak1E;
miles inn?: is to be built entirely by American ada. In NOVA Scotia: both the areas worked & Pal tt;;
capital. and the number mines show a great in- book is sent FREE.Send -, ** J Xi ..i low K'i... x] '. V >
crease. Pain So Intense Would Nearly Twist Fingers: Frywj '.L ..1.-' ..... \- riliunta /
for Chill
The Beet
Prescription Educate Your Howela With Ca carets. Puffed Up Like a Toad. Water Ran Throug1 1. wart:-* T 4 .
and Fever Is a bottle of MOVE'S TASTELESS name and arldrrss to {*-t. '-<.I

(,'BLL Tmnc. It Is simply, iron and quinine.- lu ](Candy c,S5c. If Cathartic C.C. C.fall, cure,drupplttbretund constipation forever money.A ,. WORKS Floor. Had to Walk the Floor '* "t lf)'t .., : $
1'ri 50c. KALI
H tasteless form. :No 'uro-llo pay a GERMAN ,
Asleep. Fingers Would Peel Like-'a ij ti i ',.! :
1'laeue of Octopl.The 93 Nassau St., New York. ; -- --..
Archaeological Congress. Cherbourg Duct/\...o l/\f/1 K!"i. G,'.... ,. ..
coast of promontory, France. "' vuuiuEight n"' ,p. L
A Coneries of Chinese archaeology Is to beheld bjs of late been visited by a plague of octopl.acy "' ee.S OH:) -t.
.. .I at Home after Easter under the auspices \ ate everything, including even crabs, years; ago I pot sore hands, commencing withY \\
(,1 the highest ecclesiastical authority. The lobster and oYlterl.1l1d many fishermen have FOR 14 CERTS $
on fingers nnd on of the hand. When I rub'see
my top
Easter Tuesday, April
t'ongresa will open on been forced to lay up their boats. to i 200,010
we with gala this/ear
17th 19UO. new cuatom.u, and h cues offer R11'kg little white pimples. I felt like twisting my fingers 0 f
Jill Garden Beet, lie I had high fever, and cold chills ran over me,and so-JJ1*
Ladles' Man.
Kitchener is Not a LmfraldCncnmberlEc
BADBREATH 1 1 Pk..,t.arl'st L.Crol.eM.rkrtL.tta0.Itc I was tired out. Nights, I had to walk the floor untili;
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Perhaps the most striking trait In 0 tl 1 .' Strawberry Radish Melon, 15oII Ito hands peeled like an onion, the fiiiger; nails got;; loofaran

Lord Kitchener's character is his disInclination 111 1 I .. tarlyKipe: Day atbace, lac i out, and wherever there was a little pimple there they]$:
I'' l'. any Dinner Onion 19CS that happened at least ten times. I 1-1--t "
to put a married man in a BrillisotFlowerS.edu! 15e am running a
l position of responsibility under him. Worth 1.00, far 14 couU. {TuOAborala : shoeing, and I would not shut: up the shop fr anylljV'My ::-'
PkciTworth will hands puffed worse than a toad. When 1 d' '
fl.OO we up r ii1
to hold the opinion that 11 have been U.IDIr CA8CAKETS asa
lie appears mild and effective laxative they are simply won- i mad you free together all about with oargreat water from my hands ran through the hmdaO'c.R1 to r,

matrimony Interferes with business.He derful.tick stomach My daughter and our breath and I was were very bothered bad. After with SAllEil( atalogtelling S MILLION,DOLLAR POTATO. I totners refused to look at my hand. Ihada: fienti' ta1;.J

backs up his precept by example, taking a few doses of Cascarets wo tare Improved cnu receiptuf th*e notice .t 14c..tunp&Vefrrityourtradeand he gave: solution of something to bathe my hanTfe

j for, as everybody knows Lord Kitch: wonderfully. They WlIULLMlNA are a great NAG help EL.In the family." I '... .knowwhcn yon once try Mn.1 zer's. doctor, I think, for a year. I found your advertlscme.

ener is a bachelor. Like many a notable 1137 Klttenbouse St.,Cincinnati,Ohio. _-_ *B(2Frueeonraher'.Ite0eareetearlieet'TumatnGianto0earth cil. T"" will nr Trr do wltbc.ut.i paper, and I got the CC'TiCL'RA remedies. As soon as I',,;'..

G before him he does not C-.- to gain, and after using a small quantity of them I was .t.
! personage CANDY i JOHN A. f.I.'tlt liEI\CO., LA CROSSE 18. .
would not take fifty dollar.fur:! a cake of CCTICPRA-Sp1
of la ies. It Is
society 8g8OOa
shine in the OOOOe e& etseo ',
I CATHARTIC -- -- -- ----- any pion 1 would nor au'Tor!! any mom rn I aid, forvre ,
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related that on one occasion he was FREt f Thin Two Quart Feb.: 22, 1898. CASi'EK: WETSCII.LER, Pen;broker';:.
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presented to a certain well-known to IDlliin Snln.e '
thpl..llt iunlliy
countess; at Cairo, and opened the conversation mate while: from Riib ,'r wlih about Complete; External end (Interncor.s ( Tlktc1cLr
three
by asking: TRAG, UAaa PtOi&7 RDp -0 Mt Surd fact Rubh'rl"IM'aand of luMnir. |atnt (tl : at'n;: of ('l'TICTR.-\"t.O.AP: (25e ) todran.

"Do find Cairo nice at this sea- tw "' H\IH.ur. will l>., ae4t. -1 sc.i!< a .;,,1 soften the thickened KBBfi.
you yf.tui-6 Kl'.KK to any ad. to i.tnntR; a'lny! itching; imam
fnnf tVinr .....*"*,.or.. Ire._ In the Cnttri--fates Cent The Solar $i.2 la.: and 't"TIC1IR.' HE"or.VEN/J;;/l .'Dol...
\ DV."DuC"U'tfu : she replied. I i riMrt the nani or R Fifty or fof A 'rats: 5; fteneafttdent 'nc0,.X' -
minutes Plea :ant. PalataVo: : Potent Ta te Coed! Do nil.hboM. A'this Is and hTiiir ii'.lnj kii! ,, .ci':,>, 1\':1 tic. ori, with Iou of L" *"
There was a pause of five
during which Kitchener: tugged I ... CURE CONSTIPATIOH. ... Lti4 e!?- :_a 1" I.n":.P thl..:- thfv"itcr g for,od thl.-iy we .lI.c; the SJ.:u. fce U*?, uaj hair," free. ,"atv TVpillions t.l _

at his mustache. Then Sterling needy fO.P"1' tblnso,Sontrr! !... lot. M5 \; ; : \Houly.;VrlterorC.taiog '
thoughtfully ;
I -- --- rt.-neral M-n hanlll..e.
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o lie said: NO.TO.43AC4ldand 1 pimnntpod tiv a'l driiR- -NOPKINS CO., of Women Use
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< L Ki Tobacco habit.Wa .
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"Ah I am glad"Lord CIIIC.tGOILL.. Eirustt.Iv for preserving, purifying and beautifying, the akin;;for

.if Kitchener: docs not claim! to be --- -- -.--.-- -- cm-.'', scarce, and::rr.ruY.ltnlllhe: flopping of falling hair:, ."Z- pay:
+
.. La DOUClAS foot'llnr".l, ron;:h, amt sore hands In t.c form of baths6. -:"
'a ladies' man. : DON'T STOP TOBACCO SUDDENLY mr t5oni and clinllnjr*, or too free or offensive persplri p: .".gja

1 Jo Cure CrinntlpHlion Forever. .$3 & 3.50 SHOES UNION MADE. I injl1re.. nervous sy..tern to .10 co. D..t C'rCEltO ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiscp' : :t.f.-;:

Tale Cnsiirets( andy Cathartic. 1 V or S5c. Worth $4 to$6 compared : iR the only cure that REALLY CURE themselves tj women,and especially mothers and for aD tn -}J'and
If l.C.C. all to cure. drtiFFlMarefuLd money. \. with other makes. end not'fl'W you when to tt"p :-olli \,1.11 a nursery. No amount of pc-:nason can Induce those wh Ar.-!
Ml guarantee thathrf'l'. h..x will cure any c t-e. any other espec'.:! !1y for iirc!'ervlnj: and purlfylchildrcJ. the ektta. $ :",'" '
Indorsed
Cake Was l.mulI. \ by over BACO-CUHOtovegetable-nilbaritiles.' : It : ('CTICUHASOAFCuu.bnesdelkatce! j : aSt'YQathe M.i. ...P
1,000,000 wearersJ will .
., Tho Rev.Dr. W. K Hkhard,or I'lalnHeld.-. TJtf genuine b1'eV.; L. I 'o A tall_ "nudist or bmall rr-nnid., great: skin cure. with the purest ot clcrnsl.t..sS'r( ...z.-1
:. J, was mailed receiitlTVhenthebrld Douglas nanand price I curtyon. 3 b. xeJ2..V) B..kt-t: fru... \VrtoKUUr.KV : flower oJora. No other 'It,1icatd soap ever compo..Ui.c 'to
i- out the cake she found In the bottom contributed of It a i>aRooutululn stamped on bottom. lake( $1 a box; til> .:\IIC.\I'O._ LaCroxr. \\K : preserving,pnrifyin;, and bcauUfyln: : the akin, sralp: ,hair,:ant. rt I
$1,541.wblch ii.d been \ no substitute claimed to be -- or domestic toilet 1 0lit, however expensive$ to be compared trligv JL s'"
:-. by the I..rlshon..rll. as good. Your dealer er 1'IONEYfor of the to'lrt: bath, aid narecry. Thus It combines In Oxz SOAP at v...
J y.- : should keen them -if'. TVTFXTY.FIVE CENTS the BEST: skin and complexion soap, the JIES ..
not, we will rend a pair In the world. ,
baby soap
",, tb4 on receipt of price and 150. 1 J1P SOLDIERS a
Dr.Bull's'Cu lit extra for carnage. State kind of leather OLD '
115I size, and width, plain or car toe. Git free.tamnulrs Uuion soldiers and widows of soldiers who made SEA ISLAND Cotton Seed
.an Throat and Lung Aff t 'AST W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass. homestead eulries before June 21,1874 of less th811 SELECTED'lH orExtraFlne 81 SO per bn. Jledl- I PATE.
160acres(no matter if abandoned or relinqni-shed) ) nro.+n In the heart of the fini. m ,
COUGH SYRU if they have not sold their additional homestead tt.iv Pe tof the S C.cxa-t. Address 8* r C f
of (;.- Oc.Towlr. Tire R x t. nnlrntnblllty. ; f
THE lWONDOLLARPOTATO rights should address. with full particulars, giving It TV. Formerly rat ." .Ull.OH.STBVBHi /X'.'
;' Refuse subrtitutwVlS : ., \ UtU9 UA.\'U..8. C. lriuier.t ... l to'- f
district,&c. S2ET H. corp, WiihJsgtoa, D. C.itY.ANT tav imi. 817 Klh- f /,
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TILLMAN ATTACKS MORGAN. AT CROSSINGFast Xo Chance For Him. j+ "
f \ CONSTITUTIONS BRYAN ATLANTA DEATH 1 "Tonr success," said the practical i

Accuses the Alabamian of Alleged politician to the man who wanted to- .J', ,

run for office, "will
l'l ARE IDENTICAL Nebraskan Entertains Larga Au- Breach Courtesy.of Senatorial Train Dashes Into a Closely deal on the ward in which you acquire .

dience In State Capitol Crowded Carriage. ,a residence. With which nationality .
session Saturdaythe
c Throughout the are you the stronger-the Irish or the
senate bad under considerationthe Germans?" fl'
; Hawaiian bill. The CRUSHED OUT "Why" replied the candidate for J
. ENUNCIATES WELL KNOWN POSITION government FIVE LIVES QUICKLY .
Government For Filipinos Defined the office, '1 think I stand best with the :i,'
discussion took a wide range, but American" '"'- 1

I. By Schnra ann. Sentiment or "Philanthropy and Fire Per basis:Mr.of Platt it was, of an Connecticut amendment, as offeredby to the. heavy Storm Wa Raging and Victims "No chance for yon then," replied 1;

C nl" Handled Hy Nebraskan appointment and tenure of offices of lI .\r,1 Not the Approaching the practical" politician. "They seldom '
vote. --Chicago Post. i
.. Hawaiian courts. Mr. '
;. In Strong Term. the judges of the Midnight Eipreit.

.t IS APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT Tillman of South to deliver Carolina a characteristic embracedthe Many Mormons In Indiana. )'
opportunity
I W. J. Bryan entertained a big audi i speech, in course of which he Shortly after midnight Saturday Latter Day Saints say that outsideof l.

ence in the hall of the house of representatives made an attack upon Mr. Morgan, of night the midnight express on the Utah and its immediate environments '

_L Document Drawn By Aguinaldo'svninister at Atlanta, Ga., Friday Alabama, for alleged lack of courtesy, Lehigh Valley railroad struck a car- Indiana has more Mormons than :
Similar to One Sug- any other state, notwithstanding '
night with one of his characteristio and vigorously opposed many provisions at
riage, containing ,
those seven persons commonwealths are larger and have
gested By Jefferson. speeches.The of the bill, particularly
'; i Tuttle's crossing, about twentyfivemiles been proselyted longer. They have
( crowd which gathered in the which related to suffrage.
hall was probably the largest that ever "The oligarchy which exists in east from Rochester, N. Y., instantly the figures to ,show that the Hoosier
(l .. President Schurman, of Cornell assembled in as small a place before in Hawaii," declared Mr. Tillman, "and killing five of the occupants, State is a productive field for the followers -
university, and former head of the the Gate City. As early as 6 o'clock which this bill perpetuates is power- fatally injuring another and badly of Joseph! Smith:) and that the

Philippine: commission, delivered an the audience began to gather, comingnot ful and unscrupulous. It is an auto- bruising the other. All were membersof state leads all its sisters in member-

i s adress 1-.fore the student body of the only from Atlanta, but from points cracy greater than ever existed outside a family who had spent the evening ship. The district aud mission reportsfor
: in the vicinity of the city, and long Russia. I sympathize with the senator at a friend's house, near Tuttle's crosa- the year 1899 show that Mormonism -
I' ,4"0.. ;., Arc.onr institute at Chicago Fridayin before the hour set for (ne speaking from Connecticut in his efforts to iug, aud were on their way home. is growing rapidly in Indiana.
I 'tt;;.., ." wl: i-l, tie forecasted tho report and arrived the house was comfortablyfilled. secure a properly appointed judiciaryfor Those killed were:Mrs. Amy Smith,

f; s -.;' re'onin.en!utions of the commission There was an evident purposein the i'lands-a judiciary not con- forty-eight years old, Belt Smith,
\. ...,.. : e';''1r' to ho published at Washington. the mind of all there to Lear what trolled by the oligarchy which now twenty-three years old; Miss Miranda "Never Do Thingsby
said that he the Nebraskan had to at the cost has its on the inlands.: "
I i \ :.." President Schurman say grip Smith, twenty-four years old; Glee
,. '.,,;.' bad recommended to the president a of convenience and after the aisles Referring toan incident which occurred Smith, fourteen, andCatherine Smith, Halves.IISometimes
);. gay rnmcnt and constitution for the were filled the crowd pushed in at the the other day in which Mr. eight years old.
j! 1 77 I.'haippines. ; identically the !name' ass doors and as far back as the walls to Morgan, of Alabama, declined to yield The injured are Porter Smith, hus- the condition of
framed[ educated Filipinos, the of the entrances upturnedfaces to Mr. Tillman to reply to a statement'
k : }:;.- nnt by rear band of Mrs. Smith and father of the
I" -::-. h'.r'k: :IE practically! the governmental could be Been, men and women made by Mr. Wolcott, of Colorado other victims. Gardner Smith, twentyone your health could be described -

I.. ,. f. ich< ,v.r. ,,: I erl: by Thomas Jefferson trying to get sight of Colonel Bryan. concerning the "suppressed vote," years old. as half sick and half-
.. s jo- II :;o\ ,'-anjentof the vast territory With the hall in this packed condition Mr. Tillman said: Before reaching the crossing! the
",,+,. .c l. acquired by tli* Louisiana purchase. Bryan arrived with the committee of I "I have felt indignant: at the treat- carriage was stopped and Mr. Smith well. You may not be ill .,

Ijce'itif t iScLarman said further heR the Young Men's Democratic League. i ment I received from Senator :Morgan. listened for the train, but did not enough to go to bed but too 31 to be happy i

c44 wail happy to tate that! President- With three policemen immediately in Never in my experience in the senate hear it in the howling gale. Tho or efficient in yens home or your busiru; .
had the recommenda- front of the it took fifteen min- have I been treated so discourteouslyby "
5 KiuIey accepted party horses had just crossed the track in Why not be a.-teEy 'ifions and was sending out a second utes for them to reach the speaker's! a member of the senate." Safety! when the engine of the express Hoed
tired is due to and
J j icomnmsion to put this government inOperation chair, and having arrived, he was par- Mr. Morgan endeavored to inter- crashed down upon the carriage and feeling poor
' i! tially exhausted aa a result of the tripto rupt Mr. Tillman but the latter waved its occupants.!' nothing else. ILAe your blood rich by using -

U y.::"To avcid any mistaNe on the subeCt the platform. him aside, saying: Gardner Smith who was the least Hood's SimpinE*. 2 feuorJa to
\ ," r,..id the speaker, "'.'.: roistitu'dOD I It is difficult to estimate the numberof "I decline to yield to the senator.He injured, crawled to a station nearby perfection; there is nsthinff like 1!.
drawn up by Pedro A I'uterno, people who were turned away, having has put himself outside the pale of and secured assistance.The Tired Feeiing "JI, husband
iualdo:!? prime minis.ter in 1898 failed even to obtain a placo near courtesy and consideration so far as I bodies of Mrs. Smith and her toould ccme hone from Tuori so tired he
f 11 be pu!>l'-hed aloi. !si i"b: the the doors from which they could peer am concerned." daughter Miranda were carried off fora ;could hardly nerve. He begin tilltgHms
t;Utntion ndopted by the ojmriia-. into the room, but the number was Mr. Tillman then explained! the circumstances mile on the cowcatcher of the en- SirsapzriZ* a.a cured 1 m. It
.. FC tLit it Jay be seen tin t'., o are roughly estimited by many at between of Mr. :Morgan's refusal to gine. The bodies of the little girl and cured girCs headickcs." Mrs. A. J.
r+j itira'', .vit'i! only slight.: eiabraunuAmeiiran : : 1,000 and 2,000. The seating capacity permit him to reply to Mr. Wolcott. her two brothers were found near the my .
!' 1 1E form. ':hIP rnM L1I' I of the house is comparative small, but When I arose to explain the situ scene of the accident. Sprague 57 Qk St..'FAll l?;
: r. a6 it'PS! '*ith tie ie--->t tilt : the large majority of those present ation in South Caralina as it was pre-
, 4 010 Filipinos have in-n'\; Vini Ift ; were standing in the wide aisles, packd sented by the senator from Colarado" ENGINES TURNED OVER. :t
I ter iay.v : uncomfortably close together, but said Mr. Tillman, "the senator from ,
. newspapers: have not ivtuy : ::heerfcl to a degree under such cir- Alabama said: 'No, I cannot permityou r ,
, .> to the fact that we are toIFilipinos :instances. to speak now. I'll leave you te Fireman Killed, Two Engineers
.
I H. 4's rt'I I'.I\'f'1' ins; thoily nou.rrl.ting and
: t: *le very goveraiur Wt With the exception of one person fight it out some other time.' It wasthe I and Flagman Injured in Bad tatlinrtie to t.i(e with Hood'. hfcr.priila. '.
: niselves f.ak, but O'T govern(4ovr ; oho" raised his voice from the center first time in my eip.iiodce that I Wreck on L. & N.
c.rikiog: off l.;j.G'l:: )() copies i of the hall at stated intervals to an- had ever been refused a hearing in like Stage Realism.
Train: Xo. 2.
northbound the
"*|ort thi-i. it nay iufori.i tho=f> aounce that' 'we will have a Nebraskan circumstances. No Republican would on Smith (after the performance)

been no "o'ie.togs {u r< w.tr.l ; for president next year," there was no have denied me the privilege, because Louisville and Nashville railroad, was I Well old man, what did you think of
( ;ind of governiic-i' their i interruption. To the supporter who there is no man on that side of the wrecked half a mile north of Floma- the show?

r !ho Filipino, would obtain : predicted his election Colonel Bryan chamber so lacking in courtesy and decency. ton, Ala., at 4:05 o'clock Sunday JonesGreat! That church scene

t.. I Lxj/iefHed his thanks, but urged upon ." morning, killing! one negro fireman was the scene of realism. .
twg,, the speaker said that him the necessity for closer attention.In Mr. Tillman then explained that un- and injuring both engineers and an- Smith--So it was. I actually wentto '
irefnl study! of the island ,' this position the crowd remainedfor del the present constitution of South other fireman. bleep while it went on.

Became' convinced that the two 'hcnrs.Colorel .' Carolina there were about 114,000 The train, which was a double header -
1 1'f. t Britain in. the govern- I Bryan enunciated with decision registered voters, 14,000 of. whom on account of heavy mardi gras Their Strong oint. "
'f.a jlklayfl-signing peace : the position he has occupied were colored. Ninety-cine: cent
t' New : per traffic, had been somewhat' late, and j jwas "What are the race peculiarities of
; individual Chiefs of the and occupies still on the subject ofimperialism. orthe white veto in the state; he said, .i "
at of in
running rate
Cohen Fr ( a high speed the Filipinos? asked the teacher who
f' e most satisfactoryhis His distinction between was Democratic. In toe summer primaries -
order to her schedule
. 1 1 regain time. I believes that current history is not to
.' .W held opinion. expansion and imperialism was appre- 90 per cents of the registeredvotes When half a mile north of Flomaton be
neglected.
" L.:: W. Va' a' \; a visitor to 5*: as'followell, not ar t ence. contests for the state offices were
set for the Pensacola branch to allowa
tae prompt repl) of the new boy In the
"
--1 'J VVndihe American "An empire, Hail Colonel Bryan made.
train
I' freight to pass to that division, district.-Detroit Free Press.
I'' Percales in : flan honored emI "is A different thing from expannion. "There is GO lethargy in the politicsof and which had not been reset for the
colors at Cohftlwlis not adopted I We expanded when we wook in Florida South Carolina." said )Ir. Tillman. main line. When the forward engineof
I .... __. Ie\ islands whichLem when '' Re inad's; Fart in War-
r-- ."'- ,.. Colsone' : we enlarged the republic \Ve have as much politics to the square No. 2 struck the switch the wheels .
__ + tribe thI the addition of Louisiana and when mile in the'iuinn. Thereis
\jisl1yan; by nr any state I went between the open points and almost MIss Dimple-Reggie did you ever
I iting his brotherai islands, bee we took in Texas. Now it is not expansion no Republican jntrty m the state. I immediately were on the ground. smell powder?

= of this city. Jl&iost peculiar I I that is being proposed, but The Republican machine is composedof I Engineer Copeland immediate)... a -I! Reginald-Oil. often.
--,'jJl avail there. :!. the changing a republic into an federal office holder* .vho control I pIicibflkJl but before the trrn I Miss DimpleManila or Cuba.
1. J. G. Sparkmqpain, said Prc.-.i-i iwas i I! pire. We are going abroad to cm-I the pationage: aud send' tho delegatesto could be sufficiently checked, both engines ReginaId-Sarhet.-Ohio: State Jour

n'; transacting b the .entire I foreign race for subjugation. The 'I Republican national conventions.: s. I had plowed the gravel for a distance -. nal.
Jdtf of Dhab1 I is to stand there iu tho The elections in November
: i on Philippines: I are 'imply of 100 yards, and turned over.
a domination of i over men viLe arc taxed: without representation. ratifications of the primaries. Naturally I

FOR SALE litany generationsThursday. I ." the results being{ a foregone con- UK BLAZE IX ISlUMIMJilAH.I'.lock Woman's '
1 ._ WaverJv bicyc1eptains have dis. j In scathing terms the speaker handled clusion only 4,000 or 5,000 voters turnout I

l.::, .,., i new. Apply at rent population is! the sentiment of "philanthropyand in each district to vote." I'.lock named Entailing a LossAcsrczatlur
! ___l__ iei3oval of Spans I, five per cent" as expiesced by the After calling attention to the fact I S140.OOO.
. 'T' ; James Ke'ev] o chief in this! I J I Fporotary of the treasury and repeatedby that at the general election in Massachusetts I The explosion of a gasoline stove in Kidney

;.-_f : Wednesday aftef wish vibom tho other Republican speakers.The in 1890 only 283,000;:) votes the basement of the Metropolitan hotel
t points of inters ve h6T:1n rerako : only reference during the address 'I I were cast out of a voting population in Birmingham. Ala.Friday afternoon,
I \' --- (,t. I to the war iu South Africa was of 065,000; and that at the same electiou was followed by a fire which burned
h- : I J. W. Hodges' as much as I I the wish that England might have occasion in Connecticut the vote was that building and the Hewlett block TrouiIe
-, ; > Ocala Monday ,tho natives to I to need more men on the continent 123,000 out of 2-4,000 legal voters, he adjoining, both three stories high
, ; business interest t ept the g.ov" than she has there at present.At said: causing a loss estimated; approximately -
I Tuesday. |J ,Vagal8 having tho close of the address it was "Why do they accuse us of the at $140,000 the insurance on which Why trSflo with Iwslth
iafy! would come I.t fully twenty minutes before Colonel south of suppressing the vote when amounted to about three-fourths of whets the GGslest and
E. D Aberi ambush assas- Bryan! could\ escape from the crowd that they are doing the same thing in Mas- the loss.' The fire spread rapidly, and surest beJp11 >4&o best
: Tillis, of M., oarsolhlfear that pressed nroaud anxious to shako his sachusetts? Why, we don't do half great difficulty was encountered by
baud. the devilment in South Carolina as tho Bremen in reaching it. known fKsdSoiao In tho
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Wednesday i) ecoining the IUII.W.m VLS BOlTrG Ai;E.Trnn ;. this bill proposes to do in Hawaii. Before the flames were gotten under world ?
,. :: Staites.uaonncing. ---- This bill will give four or five years control everything on Twentieth street

D. C' a Alg EUSTONd .f r ?Tan<1c of the Farm: rdnra_ .rth" R'-td. the sugar barons, who in remitted was a wreck but a strong fire wall

to Starke and Ar/ .. tl tlellatof' The Lar"jeili: ) iHil.-aj, extending duties on sugar will make 1-8,00(1,000." back of the Hewlett building and the Seaown and .
'ltr i.If.. from Cpelika! to TiaTayette. Ala., In the course of a criticism of the Metropolitan hotel prevented the fire everywhere
:, his home with' j{S : can dtb-, ; I tveiifyuu luiles has filed H mortgage measure :Mr.: Tillman said: from extending any further toward i/tavMBcfs of wamen! have

.. Dr. and Mrs. f i O1'1a ion, in the prob'ilc t.Olrt at Opo'ikn' to J. "I do not object to a protection of Nineteenth street. ".i1JII..ed 01.Gritt3 kid-

fuels, who have b' the n :':.flin, trustee, :.. $10,000 the whites of Hawaii, but what I do hEWALL MET BRYAN ..y sJorfusgotneats by Km
The ". :bonds to is the hypocrisy of those in
I for several \V. ', during the noitfcage( : : cur for object
R Tlis rate of one: bat! anioiiit i issnr iy tlicinpany, this chamber who maintain that the Rode to Atlanta From IVIIllnmnon With Mrs. P&tfdsaot's methods
Thursday mor : I II ... of Hawaii to be treated dif- hafts the eJMforsemeot
I bY1J1t: andetuii : a.: rue m'rtnage .JI" toatire people are HI Old Running Hate. -
1 :: ida points.- _:Jenl loiy iu t,*. I II j t track, "oatl-'' '! -,n-' .' "' r of the ferently from those who reside in Arthur Sewall, of Maine, who ram ef the mty0r, the

I, .", Messrs. J. T Wl' ui Ion Mn. -' ,i comr-auj. 'I bo it,.. I t- .cry: tJrosI Louisiana. Mississippi, South Caro- with Bryan in 1896 on the National postm&ster and others of
." \M', I 1lUll ..n N. J. Jones, A. V. "of" _. f her own city.
;; Bugg and J. P D.-. S'1''E.; RliiML"11A.!! .;.' ....". CASTELLANE IX PARIS. effectually how high the Nebraskan -
I Her KesSfelno has the
stands in his estimation and re-
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speak Wednesda lf geograp ,llr .... city 'hnw: ;1'.t tr .increaset ; [ The Count Says lie Wit Sue Flearo Tar gard. endorsement of an unnumbered -
.. -- Id. t 1:0 ;e'v t.el.u": -;; Libel. lIe climbed out of bed in Atlanta at multitude, of
F. S. Days c ";P'U' I! Tb! q! n"'* Oire.-tory of the city of Count Boni de Castellane, who, an early hour to get aboard a special gratefui wonten whose

.. facturer, i is'r J:1C r :"rwillz; FU:. 1: Birmiiin, :ust published, with the Countess de Castellane, left train and po down the Southern road letters constantly
co., lu.-> -. to.l! : /GO names, whicn 15th the as far as Williamson! Ga., to meet Mr. are
cation. Ind, charged wit! fife! : New York February on
rech cJ!? ..', H'c, iRi of being multi. in Bryan and have a long friendly talk printed in this paper.
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tiro Bx
i b-ris ; steamer La Gascogne, appeared
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\ '' _.. ,;s... fJ.u11I'I' p' d i-: t..:iwaces. the presentl.cplt.iin the chamber of deputies at Paris Sat- while on his way to Atlanta. Every woman should read

i ......'.41;,:;;le dffo' 'c .ratnilp! c<)u8ili'.r -ijmingham at 80,280, urday afternoon. In cou"ersationith Shortly before his departure for these lettersmMrs .
ei"'DuUit:11; an IDC-\case "'tvjlast year of 3,786. said Washington Mr. Sewall said concern-
3rd te>< ''lw' sister and the Associated Press the count :
J ': This estimate Deludes the immediate ing his talk with Mr. Bryan: Pinkhasn advises
good;,:Meaty .en arrested are both "I have not yet had the opportunity -
'., murdered man.'euy.wl suburbs. to consult all my friends, which "I enjoyed seeing Mr. Bryan again suffering women free of

e of the officers i, that Columbia nets New Mill. I shall do before I reach a final decision very much. I charge Her address is
or ten thousand dollars wasn The Kershaw cotton mill was or- as to what definite steps I shall "We discussed the political situation I Lynn Mass. I
!. v' from the !safe in the house, and ganized at Columbia, S. C., Friday, take as to The Figaro and De Rodays. briefly. Br. Bryan and I are in .
i the five hundred dollars' found in the capital stock 3150,000. The American However, it has been agreed to insti- perfect accord on all of the issues of FARTER'SINK
: after the murder was left as u cotton mill increased its capital stockto tute proceedings against the Figarofor the day. If you know what his views.
II 1f Undo $GOO.OOO.T libel." are you know what mine-are." The test ink made, bat no dearer
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; I/jGftL HAPPENINGS. I COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO'S !


t Louis Hill, of Lawtey, was*

t r.l"among the visitors to Starke Monjday. I

AND COMMODIOUS
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for Lake Butler] to take charge oft ) DEPARTMENT STORE.

the postoffice at that place. 1
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\ Too many people lose valuable We invite you to inspect the beautiful]new Wash Fabrics, namely: !

,,;:: time in experimenting with cough
1::.. and cold cures. They should take Gauze (Silk and Lisle), j Corded Taffeta, \Alhambra, .

:; Foley's Honey and Tar before it i:; I CarreauxElCoirroda \ Organ pboth White and
:.';'xj too late. J L. Gaskins. \ \

.' FOR SALE-Lady's second-hand-- Ray, I Kohinoor \ Colored. j '


t : Waverly new. Apply bicycle at, this about office.as good as WHITE GOODS in India Lawns, Persian Lawns, i.


r, M. B. SmithuButterntrt: Mich ; ] checked and plain Nainsook and Dimities. 1 11

t. says. "DeWitt's Little] Early

f Risers are the very best pills!] I FINEASSORTflENT of Laces and Embroiderie I
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\.. ever used for costiveness. liver and ; '

1 I,' bowel troubles_ "_ J _L. Gaskins. Edgings, Insertings and Allover. Appliques in black; .. /: ,\1

r Mrs. J M. Wolfenden and sisf' white. \., .1"
ter, Miss Daisy Barr. of Sampson

; -.' City, were shopping in Starke JrlF
Monday. SILKS I
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.: heal a burn, or a sore, or a cut, A t
;I why not try Hanner Save, which is ] : RIBBONS. ,,yft'i? :'

'> guaranteed the most healing ointf 'ii'l'l

me t in the wor'd. Take no substitute :"V y .,K* ;!

J. L. Gaskins. SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS-Mondays and Saturdays. V 2$,
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the evening.New the Progressive Commercial Whist this (Friday Club at) COHEN FRIEDMAN & co. : />{iT. ,.1'; :' \


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Bloating after eating;indigestion, ST .RX >.- /
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flatulence or water brash, may be _....__u..... ""-.__ .:.. .. .: rf if : \:. f
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of Prickly Ash Bitters. It strengthens Providence. i'f, '.f. .. "> ,"-..' '"..>.. ..-.- '". .."....".."C"'""" ) ,''
digestion cleanses and regulates Services were held in the.Baptist {ter1"r' :"1
the bowels. Sod: by Starke Sunday by Rev. i>. G. Bar- r+ ESTATE OF (1I .t. J.h 'lf-"-i
Drug Co.Richard. I I\\( 1 :0'1r "f''fe: '
fleft.Mrs.. '*) L. GASEft +; .. L
\ McLennon. mother of Mrs J. x ,., l' 7
Fernandez has returned died ast Thursday night. J :.+: { I 'f
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home after taking a commercial r.-' ". ( .
:'Y Mrs. J. Andrews was buried at 3 l"-; ...r..v \ 'i ...'.
: course at the Massey College, : o'd home, near Elisville: last { \ DR. J. H. COLSO.V.' iszr.STARK ,"... ;' .1 0' r "
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,{ Jacksonville Sunday. She died of ca cer. \:,. ,; C, 11,. ,.'1L. ma l" :,
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To secure the original witch Misses RubRoberts, Leona ;:-\CI mf:, -:- }
: hazel salve, ask for DeWitt's ; Mizell and Ethel Hodges: are at- /> Dealer It> \ .:) e' ..rJ .

} Witch Hazel Salve, well known a' tending school here. k J ,tfl' l.- ; .S

a certain cure for piles and skin The box supper last Friday night: ,+:;\ DRUGS flEDlCINES; ,$K '..... '
: diseases Beware of worthless proved quite a success. I +i; '" ,.' {. dI
x counterteits. They are dangerous. A number of young folks enjoy I +:, -fill.1 r f't\; -it 1.. 4'1
J. L. Gaskins. a social at the residence of MtD ; '
:! Bivins lastVtdn"'.=':ay light *' DRUG SUNDRIES l\;[; )
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\ Wm. Scarborough, of Jacksonville Mrs. Stewart !left for :per ho'-ir .I ,,l.l: lti. >..

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visited relatives here the first in Georgia a few dys :a n. tN"
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Chemicals Toilet Articles Fine Perfumery '
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V of the week homt : : .
part returning Messrs. Dfc' .tt, New.nn: :ur.i q .I
r j: Wednesday.Lewis _. __ Miss Lila Fr: .iei t'iittd! L'- .*t: i and Pane; Soaps, Hair and, :, f :;r?
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Ackerman, Goshen, Ind ,, Butler SatimL. and Sunday.: Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods ;ESi-: A ."i\ ler''fa-:
says: "DeWitt's Little] Early Ris- Mrs. R. A. l -vat vho l-4is heci' ,I .J. !.i .-., u.II .,.1st f,;
ers ahv ys bring certain relief visiting her si ter. :Mrs.: F'-' :.cher. I +, .. .E- >t): \\\:t. / tJ
iii'r returned to her 1 h'.!:le. -;' Ft. Call! 'MI I 8tion -, r lpuat!
: cure my headache and never 1 FINE: CiGARS, .4. } .
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Sunday ; n town
f- gripe" They gently cleanse ands I 1S..r
: :a GARDEN AND .t 'hff1I .fo Si
i: invigorate the bowels and liver. J Working Nigist and Day. : I*; : fevir
L. Gaskins. i : ; tor
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The busiest anr:: tai politics! iit'If! : .;.) FLOWER ; .
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t L. M. St kth Blair merchant, thing -hat way 'jy.-i rr.a-ie! i ii Ii 1 ,' ;\ ht JgPre iE&| \ af- .!.1" 1

,, was looking after business interests K. -'s NCA L'i'::1>. J> iy [pil! !: :;f' Goods: always fresh and clean Care' K}r:"X. __ .;- : ..Pal_*.- Ai ..t!

here Monday. Mr. Stokeswas a sugar jxvtLcJ;: LruM; ue! of health! \!i '+, prompt attention given to CompoV; : )
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accompanied by his father, changes! tvealtrtrs into1 .:. ; t.L wilt'- .. .. ....":. -
Capt. H. E Stokes, a highly listlcssi.ess mtn energy. t| ,7:. Physicians Proscriptions, day or mght.I star JT;r .1 j jI

citizen ot the Ft. Cal into flll.nta: They [; ...er. \
respected power. j .. .... ----- '
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section. wonderful 'r ral1liingup the I, r.fo-Jl-,. :.'....:r; .----7'-: +- ';-t; :'.>.".:>'- .::!> ". ...
Only 2c per box. Sold ;!I t
( Eugene J. Hall, the poet and J. L. Gaskins. i i -
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publisher, says that one dose of i I
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Foley's Honey and Tar restored I \ Bla/.e at Hampton. !j ;VAN ELDEREN' Dr. VA'

his voice when hoarseness threat- Hampton had a small brave S'.in-j!'! REMOVES THE CUSS I IS KNOW/!
ened to prevent his lecture Cen- night, by which two tenement I AND THE PAIN OF NEAR AS 1*

tral Music Hall, Chicago Nothinge belonging to VV H. Wright Inflammatory Rheumatism, ESTTOOTH: E :itr'

se as good. J. L. Gaskins. : reduced to ashes. he Within IKS' MINUTES, and SIExe ;J-, '
stood near the F. C. & P.I I I! completes a fore averaging PAINLESS
A of Brookvrle, ,
Wm. ,
Durling ,
week, "thlliK
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and it reqiiiiod some hard one niarv u*> I EXT.:
Mass., was a visitor to Starke M.mday. touve :'ld!c-not. from the .Hyperdomatic : Discovery!! And)+';OR '
Mr. Durling owns real estateat
j i Which acts is nn ADfSlLetic, i j treats al! V't j jdl8
and has been I j
Lawtey spending The lot's0" Mi. \Vrright probably j Audyne.A'.ti ptie and GarnikliK i( ( a.-w Hof tl .
a few looking after his interests ; and the ?
days I : : : : nf rv<
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to $4CO there was no ; 1 "
He thinks of
at that place. I i i The houses were occu- ------ -
making Lawtey his borne sometime by BE IT KN'W )
L in the near future. ] negroes -t1at- LoA./ r.'
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You assume no risk when you Dr. :VAN ELDElTHh
buy Chamberlain's Colic, Choleraand I Bear ,
Burdens Women ..
Biarrhoea Remedy. J. L : .I .
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baskins will refund your money if I WELL KriOWN 51 : ., ..

satisfied after using it. I' -.., .4 '
you are not Only those suffering In curing (InflafP1' ;::. :3&.m. ,
It is everywhere admitted to be of female
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the most successful remedy in use weakness know what iChr-mic/ Iniia. natur .:)d Y'- .. : "tscc. .$ '." I'.

t. for bowel complaints and the only terrible burdens women I,ling a rttpn'atio1"; 'n tTh', "*....?. --.1..... ..n'': .. ; ,_=.-,_. .u/" {'f'

:. one that never fails. It is pleas-I have to bear, and still there is .
2 decayed teeth era K-' =. i. ..: .- '- Tar ::,... !1,.
I ant, safe and reliable.! I not one of these burdens-not I '
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d Mrs. M. E Tison and two little' one "
sons arrived from Georgia Monday G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female ; home on/he Sand =;r -._ -1 mile; : :'R
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relieve .
Panacea) will not soon ..
make Starke their home. Pensacolawherc erred for thtSvet ,
t :J night to i and permanently. It soon : t ,. : 1\\'\4..p
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assumed control cure 1 .r' I '. .;
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Mr. Tison having .(:
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all I'
the makes life worth living to and was so stint '..i: I ..:- !
of Weekly
fi and management sufferers. I :

""' '. AdvocateMrs. After,.wife ipondln ball.uffered*K15.th 00.with many mr&1lmenU tartly that phyrirUo.a mpanj Md. : Not a Siwgie> Jase- of Rheu :ik'could
Miles- of Mcknesn I had concluded that 1 mnit loj. .
Zimmerman year ;
Calvin
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I w& entreated and finally Induced to try hare be found in the Cat of Pensacola whin'. !Id
cure In consequence to our three children ::-ru.re } : f
\ burg, Pa., says, "As a speedy aided others I I peak of toll to show how much
for coughs, colds, croup and sore 'be medicine abundant did(her.trengto It to
throat One Minute Cough Cure is i i .u Blues ODe of wUbout)oar strong hired help.pporten.You canalwal.rely OB during his stay there. Oui ;'iode of treatrr."* '' "..-.i .-:a.-cess: '\o-.. .

unequaled. It is pleasant] to take. I;, .._IIN11/1111111111t111111111111111111111.halllilies J.H. TReMEL" Mont Eagle.Tenn. !' others failed, as well;] as thejapidity by which] *' rr-.cli results,?1 '. '
mothers I fnure..elsnnttnlltco.Bred by our flU IDOL S
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1 he..rtily recommend )) ; "HEALTHY MOTHERS MACE HAPPY HOWES." I x'ellknown throughout the 'State of Flo'cl 7.. fir beyond it, to ('t
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It is the only harmless remedy Write In conflJence for free advice to 5
that produces immediate re- ] LADIES HEALTH CLCB care TCP"L.eeratle" c., -: 1 quire any further statement. It is enough to :L rnf.i chose who sufI !ii

i '_IU.tttmmumumtmuumnurnuttu.tuuttnr find relief much here ho'i '..- ; }
> suits. It cures bronchitis, pneu. PRICE 1.00 ApOTTUE. i jean quicker at going to large citie
monia, grippe and throat and lung If Tour for drninrfrt ltoUierwlM.doe!not lend handle u.yonr Q.order T P.and auk ILUIand him to where humbugs generally reside to cater .'--countryman's monfti
will)) consump- will supply you direct eiprewage prepaid. I
diseases. It
prevent with false
: .6ERSTLE A 00., Chattanooga,Tenn. i promises. > '
d. lion J. L. Gaskins

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f ,, { I good digestion; sound sleep; a ,

f fine appetite and a ripe old age, .
Early buyingmeans Our
!I! are some of the results of the use : I "

t of Tutt Liver Pills. A single j j'It I

% dose will convince you of their SPECIAL r.T

'It wonderful effects and virtue. !! .
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A Known Fact. ;I = = SALE

I An absolute cure for sick headache ,

; ; Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sum-I dyspepsia, malaria sour -of- ','

mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than stomach,dizziness, constipation
:" Goods Notions and Shoes .
fl jtJr usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding bilious fever, piles, torpid liver Dry r i
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., et L' f.: i. the season" and all kindred diseases. Will Continue Another Week. .
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i COME, LOOK AT THESE. THEY'LL handsome suspension awning Winter Dress Goods ',J

is being placed at the front of tru
H. M. Woolen Skirting: / At 50 per C60t. 1
\--.i': PLEASE YOU : new Johns' buil ing by .
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4. Hochle, one of our enterprising Woolen Underwear. .
:;. mecr-anicx This addition WI'I 8el01

:. add materially to the appearanceof Blankets Ladies' Belts /

; \ i". Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. this already handsome building:
: Belt Buckles, Handkerchiefs \ Regular Pace
M ;. Mr. Johns is worthy of commendation

i 1,_:;.;(..._ Organdies -e-.- style and kind. I for his pubic: spirit and e. ""Tprbe Ladies' and Children's Hose, 1

and the TELEGRAPH trust-

1' ;' : '. Dimities__White and Figured. '1,...- that the, handsome builning ]jv..! Shoes, and auything in Notions. /

Dotted Swiss White and Colored. being completed will prove profitable ,
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I i ':M'f. beyond his greatest expccta If you want anything in these;: lines it will

i... i I 40u 'd- Dotted White Lawns. tions. pay you to come and see u;;'. \\-e also .

f Piques and Nainsooks. J. R. Davis, the insurance man carry a complete stock of

9 and local representative of .brad

,t Linen LawnsBlack_ and Figured. -'J 1 tJ street's Mercantile Agency madea HARDWARE, STOVES, h HAY, GRAIN, f
business to Providence thi
trip
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; Dotted LawnsLinen_ Effect. P i week, and speaks in glowing! term FEED and STAPLE and FANCY j

ot the hospitality of the peop; o- GROCERIES.rnrjtEN3rL.
Dress Crash_Large quantity, from 8c to 25c per yd.
that favored section of our county

!8-,;.. T: Percales _Every piece a beauty. A. R. -DeFIuent- -,--editor- of th 1

\ r'. \3. Journal Doylestown, Ohio, suffered
for a number of } ears from

{ \Our Prices Will Help You to and rheuma'ibm side. He in his says right: ''My shou rl2r.t de-; .
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,r I IC < tied Chamberlain's: Pain Ba'm been advised b: telegraph that the :

Economize. and was surprisrd to receive relict wi'' of Mas"' r Hae*. which is in
: 1\ almost immedi tely. ThPair 'Kodol the hands "i one ct his farmer business -

; Balm has been a constant como-* associates in Sheridan .4i- s

ion of mine ever since and i never rected that he be buried tnen1 :.
: fails." For sale by J. L. Gajkins :.\ r Do+ 'iirtle had intended
: Dyspepsia Cure to take the bode to his home in

: Im w. D. nmrno co. Rev. W. E. Sitzer, VV. Cantor Webster Oty, Iowa for interment, ,;
N' Y., wri es, "I had dy- pep i... Digests what you eat. but in deference to his uncle'swish
over twenty ard! tried doc- and aids '
yeas It arti ficially digits the food rook the oo' y to V yoming.
.. tors and medicines without benefitI Nature in strengthening: and recon- It is understood that Major
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It is the latest discovered digest- Hayes estate
Don't get left. is! Dyspepsia I Cure and it hoped m, gans. but it is known the
lGAL HAPPENINGS. Everybody ant and tonic. No other preparation: not vno ben- 4
: I. --E I buying matting, beautiful designs from the start. I believe it to be: a'i'i. can approach it in efficiency. It instantly eficiaries -.>f his wil are as: Mr.
j. I New ( and low prices. We lay it. The panacea for ah) forms of n.dut--' relieves and permanently cures Doolittle; had nit been advised of it

I I Free of carpets just re.I j!I Ideal. tion L. Gas" kins.It digests what you eat. J. Flatulence Dyspepsia! Indigestion Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nausea, the pro\-isirns of 'he wi before

I Ideal____ .. Sick IIeadacheGastralgiaCramps and fce left hcrt-, further than that: his y
... 1 J "I used Kodnl Dispepsia Cure in ill<.t her results of imperfect digestion. kinsman desired to be buried at J.,
Miss Keatric'-
Daniel is
my family with wonderful resultsIt meeting "r!.. ''A .a"II1, tare slzecontaln5 i4 tutus his tormer home in the west
.: gives immediate relief, is A'ith satisfactoryresults( in ht:t >!La.l,. x.Bc! all abuutdyspepsU mailed tree
p'eas'ant :
The
E. C. D WITT A CO.Chicago death ot Major Ha es oc-
i to take and i is trulytherlvsper'tic's efforts to estab'iih; a music class Prevsred by
lts, and gird- casions profound regret anions the 1j
purses Several new scholars! have recently J. 1"SKI S
colors at Coh' 'i best fiend, says i Kink Hart er 1
new, at tnt Ideal. many trends he had won for himset -
... joined her c ass, and she has : \
,.. Ovensei. Mich. Digests at this place .... Z
tound it Major Hayes Dead.
1 Lem.Colson"' what eat. Cannot fail to nec.es'-ary to secure a ,
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iting.hIS.brother;i.>>g corsets at the J L. Gaskins. piano' for the instruction of )faer Major S. D. Hayes, wvo was For .saJ 1 \
of this city. ,1'1- pup s instead of leaching them at stricken: with paralysis February !
1 The residence of NV Hackett their homes. :Miss Da. L-I hasher I am offering al? the real estate
<.*T i ith, died at the home of Thomas
]. G. Sparkmf Alexander, of ')n Walnut street, is receiving studio in the h use, corner of ason, west of town, Tuesday, belonging to me for sale at sacrifi-

-" a bright new coat of paint. J. L Jefferson and .Madison streets, recently morning last, at n o'clock. Major cial prices. This includes! about

srst_ ; Smith, who is developing into) an vacated by Airs. S. J. Hayes had been indisposed for i nine acres in town of Starke mv .
I expert painter, is doing the workMiss Darby. several days before he sustained farm of 105 acres at Temples'mill! '
FOR SALE- ,
and several -ma'Ier' tracts.Mfc : -;
ss, ofHagen, was the stroke that resultedin
paralytic
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Waverlv bicycle N. D. HAGAMXX.
Catherine :
McFarlden >

new. Apply at>.|Aisiness in Starke I dered her dancing class! the closing ten- ..,. ,. ..."..... .4"...;'.,' '''.'.:_ '_'...-!_... .. his become death Fearing ill that he he 3-2d-2t. :
...'. f. .. / .. .or-. might seriously went -'" --
-- ball of the season Tuesday even- f. 1.'J. ",...,...." .
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James Ke'le .... /:' A to the home of Mr. Cason, in order For Sale.
Wednesday afte g k'l -1y.Cameron, ingIt was a most pleasant func- 1\ '{ t. _..-I' ':.....!(....r., : "'r .....,' ..::_:: that: he might have attention
were visitors tohair tion to thse present and will belong :o. J' 4.. ..;.- ; ; y. -. One saw mill'], engine and bj i er.
points of i interej: l: ::: ..t.. ., .....-." February nth the stroke of paral-
h. will sell
: comparativelY! new
remembered them. f ; cheap.
by K". ":'. .V' and Dr Wills
., ) : :rf; ysis came was called.
J. W. HoclgesV :- ,, ".._........,"."....J. ; .# ... "' ".',, The doctor the For particulars address.J. .
... ,.v.... ". 'L', pronounced casehore'ess
TJes Cohen, Friedman & Co the .s. .
in o na- ... -.l- W. WELLS.
Ocala Monday c I ..' /,. ....'W1I4'x.. ., '" ,,. :.. from the first but
)' ': u,1 'f. brought
bracelets and i Starve Drug Co White and ..r .,
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business interesij" JV oISo. ; .>'. .:;: Worthington, F-a.
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their customers which entitle ':-. ).' ( .] ......\ ,. ; I, mard to restore the patientto Notice.NOTICE .
E. D Aberi h'ght.. left a few I them t., a liberal rebate. Ask for ;.t.J .', \"-..",-.,,:;. A" 1 ._..... heath: and was ably assisted bv
( If."'..'i.; ,\, ."". ...". I 'A i-heft**ltlia:on the 27ttlar
r' ,, : ; .1'... Dr. J. H. Colson. I efforts
relatives
Thus of Mv/.,. ith". f fp'aces 't. _
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.( particulars: : at either of these "\ ,( <}J 'I..". I It &J'"b. A D. 14) iu t -e town of Mark-. |2
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transactingWednesday h' 1 otter, South <, ,):".. 1;?' '' ( /7# -J- were unavai'ing however. .J._ / I Khy.-n M Call. "'q'1.of: the fin-mi Court of \\t\
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0I' < :Major Hayes died without regaining "
z--- u e K'-urth Judic'al Circuit of Flort la. k r hw '
1 ': A K ,........ .. ,. his speech. sport val of a prpoHJ t'tiarter u.c 'rp'.>ratin;:
man named Pressoh of ,
.......,._..'. -" } '_ -'V' iiSwcet _. a t--iipTnlrit'>()C""y t. be koowo Th".k1 aB.tUTi
Chas .
D. C. e Strong Black. I'ressonvi'le'! K:ms! wrote a letter j I The deceased was 78 years of :\liof>I'y. wih, rnun pia.-. ff ba"in 3. in
S'uke. Bru. fi>r J Cnu ty Horkl.the ofwrtcbah.xlibro.'ctt.rprurde
Farmfr +! objet
of the to arrive in a and had never married. He
the other d-tv! saying; the opinionof Bell JangledOut age for the fureralari'l
to Starke and"his ::: to visit everybody in !his town who has of Time and: Harsh." was born in New York state but per.n intnnrnt.. within of the toe bMnds rodigrnt of t be d rvMst.l rotortit l

home with :: used Foley's Honey and Tar is, S'ia peare's de<< +cratiorfits thotI I had lived the greater part of his ,if-aH anirty-pn.yj hj.,.,l by chapter oprratittif 4:31 mit of- .
Dr. and Mrs. 'ti and little that it is the very best medicinefor vat:; oj w -n'" ,. "7h-?v are cross, des' life in the far we...t, where he had I j i the Laws of FlorvJa. F. J JOHNSON'. *'
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inois. who have guests lagrippe; ? colds, coughs etc, J. pc the. .'>(Jvea sckly.<:&-:.<1 t PT/OUS:. _.r fa--:s.-iias.! burden Their to '. engaged largely in stock raisingand I I C.R.V.cF MILI.Kk.: 1II0S.I ..

t for several < Mr. 1.. Gaskins .1 I ths swotvr b "-,, j>n<>iu.-.r"y g'J:1e.1'ori tune.heyliie Bat had extensive real estate inter- ,H HX WALLACE.
more ... there: io a rt r.-y. Tucy can 'i.c ests. He came to Starke from I 1 D:orporU)1"3I -.
Thursday Wall, on Walnut This! Ftliruary > \ O. 1 !M.
Ida points The Metropolitan Pharmacy I I Sheridan Wyoming, in the early I _
!Io" has opened for business, alf"i; -gh McELREE'SWioe r part of the year 1896. Shortly)

Messrs. J. T WuTj.ujjness after their furnishings have not yet 'all i iI atter coming here he bought several j COFFINS .CASKETS 'f''f'f '
N. J. Jones A. V. r.all I caused by arrived and the work of remodel- 1 of CarduiIt : hundred acres of land border- ,:
Bugg and J. P DCggfojckly] Ash I ing their store and f d I
; is not quite'completed ing on Sampson Crosby lakes
I ; anda full lined !
't Jacksonville fecffMflf ..msorder atj!I I In a few days the arrangement ,' brings health to the womanly and erected a home on Sampsonlake. i i I |

speak \Vedn.i1ftbc., badly digested of the store will be corn-; organism, and health there means There he had since lived, iUNDERTAKERS'

ll the' stomach, liver ;, p'eted, and it will present a very: well poised nerves, calmness strength.It .. making Starke his po5toffice and : SUPPLIES
F. S Da restores womanly vigor and power.It
f ac urer, !is ,4For* : sale by Starke ; handsome appearance. toir-s up the nerves which suffering trading and banking place i I ALWAYS ON HAND. .
'. and ilai.e: have shattered. It is The body was embalmed and I I
+ cation. 1 "t\ !, Wm. Orr, Newark, O, S.1ys.Ve the most perfect remedy ever devisedto brought to town Wednesday.To THE BEST SERVICE
ou of an i i. ,1 athbone, of \ c ive here few ; health! :l''J to make! them attractiveand give deceasedan LOWEST PRICES. f,
_'Sae diff e days Cough Cure in the house. It h-ipr .-. $t-co at all druggists.For opportunity of viewing the ,
tw:. a\'ana, Cuba* to spend 'saved my little boy's life when he ad'v ice in cases requiring special body it lay in state at the Com-j G. C LIVINGSTON. !
,1 ne nder of the winter and is j had the pneumol'Jia.Ve think it directi- ns, address, giving symptoms mercial hotel Wednesday after- f
j : g ntly domiciled at the New ''is the best medicine made It "The Ladies' Advisory Department Special atu-ntiort to Telrtrruphic I Onler *?*
," The Medi- noon and was viewed by a large .
crcial. Mrs. Rathbone had Chattanooga
n ,; cures coughs and all lung diseases.
i ..geu l C', o Cuba to visit her son, who I Pleasant to take harmless and cine UE.J.Co.. .Chattanooga W. SMITH CModen.Tenn. 8. c.', number C. D Dr-olittle of friends a nephew Today of Mr.the II.l:. I.A..(;tu<:(u.x. :
I .ota" hector general of. the postal gives immediate results. L. "ay":-**:M jr wife used Wine of Card at home --
84 J. for .a1Ur.6' of Inc wgfob IUd it ent.ire17cund deceased, will ]leave with the body Land and
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BRADFORD COUNTY) TELEGRAPH] : : MARCH 2.. JfCO.

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LOCAL HAPPENINGS. LAKE BUTLER. II I that his brother had been killed at

I Marietta, on the J & S W. Ry ,
Newsy Gossip From that Thriving !
Saturday night. Both parties are
F. C. Martin, of Arcadia, is re- Town. colored.

newing acquaintences here.S. By.Our Regular Correspondent.
Deputy Sheriff J. A. J. Wain-
Mrs. Helen Stearns and little right made Starke a visit
L. Kramer & Co. have boughtout son, Lester, arrived from Starke -- -- Tuesday.

the McMurry meat marketon Saturday morning to make their Hewitt Case Again Postponed.Col. .
Call street.M. I' future home here. Mrs. Stearns
!. W. T. Weeks, clerk of the
took charge of the postoffice here
: court received from
B. Cohen, of the firm of Wednesday. The office has been a telegram

Cohen, Friedman & Co., is in the 1 moved to the small brick building State Solicitor Hartridge early

city, having arrived last night owned by D P. McDonald, on Thursday morning instructing him
to notice the witnesses in
serve on
from New York, where he has Lake street.
been on a purchasing tour. W. J. Epperson is jubilant over the Hewitt case of a postponementof
the trial. The time had been set
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I the arrival of a fine boy at his house
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Morris, last. for Monday, March 6th, but it will

Rev. Hugh Morris and Rev. W. I Saturday John Croft was at Hagen Satur- probably not be held for several

C. Lindsay, of Waldo, were among weeks yet. .The prevalence of

the out of town guests at the K. I day.Services were conducted at the smallpox in the Duval county jail,
of P. banquet last evening. in which Moss and Lum are now
I Christian church Sunday by the
confined the
-- causes postponementof
Julius Kachelhoffer, a former I pastor, Elder Daugherty. the trial. Two cases of the dis-
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Sparkman
citizen ot Starke, but now a resident ease developed in the jail a few
have been in Starke at the bed-side
of Butte City, Mont., is in I'of Mr. mother days ago and the patients were at
Sparkman's aged ,
the city, visiting his mother and once removed to the quarantine
I who is ill Mrs. Sp rkman
renewing the acquaintences of very station, but the authorities do not
remains to aid in her
nursing
former friends.S. care to ,bring the jurors and the
I' Will Newsom, of Provi-lence,
large number of witnesses in contact -
M. Crews, of this city, has was a visitor here Saturday. He with the Hewitt brothers after

been appointed by Judge Richard I is j just up from a spell of pneumonia they have been exposed to this

administrator of the estate or his dreaded disease. The case will
father S. P. Crews notice of I Mr. Long and Miss Susan Hai-
a not be called until all danger has
whose death occurred in the TELEGRAPH ris were married Sunday at the passed.
residence of the bride's mother
!!: last week. i
Hon. M. L performed
McKinney
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Mrs Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, I the ceremony. A FREE PATTERN

}lit j} writes, "I never fail to relieve\ C Register and W. Y. Mangum her own lithographed Mlrctlonjto plate every and mtMcrlber.UlUlto aUonl.Beautiful Original colored

my children from croup at once by were with their families here on latMt.artlKlo. exquisite and strictly up-to-date dMJaIlLM5CALJ5

1 using One Minute Cough Cure 'IwoMld Sunday. I
not feel safe without it." I t The track ot the J & S. W. is I ; Am

Ouickly cures coughs, colds. gnppe n w laid to within two miles of MAGAZlNE"5'D *

and all throat and lung diseases. Alachua station.

y J. 1... Gaskins. '1- Lacy Douglass hay about completed il
1 Dla economies fancy work,.bouaebold ,
I I his new house and expects hints.
abort utortea current topic* etc *
I Only 100.17. Lady.....wasted. Bend for term*
The ladies of the Baptist church I to occupy it soon .

desire to extend their thanks to Miss Patterson, of valdosta, ar-
I
the friends who assisted them in rived Monday night to visit heir

making their entertainment on sister, Mrs. Zim.

February 22d a success. Special Little Joe Hill: Williams who i

mention ot Mr. T. R. Sweat is re- has been very ill for two weeks, is I

quested because of his generosity I now thought to be a little better.

in furnishing the crockery necessary : Mrs. \\ C Townsend is on a I
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for use in serving the supper. isit to her husband( at Orange .
For ladle,sale....tfrli and little children. That' ec*
tain chic"effect not attained the Use of any
--- ----- Springs. stylish by
I other patterns Hare DO equal lor style and perfect fit.S .
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Strong and R. H Bass, of Alachua, spelt

Mrs. J. W. Simpson and daughter, Sunday here among friends. M

arrived Tuesday from South Flor- There is undoubtedly some fair

ida and are guests at the Strong I attraction here for this young gen- *t CALL.

mansion. Mr. Strong is a brotherof tleman as he makes his visits semi

Mr. E. Strong and he and his monthly.

wife, daughter and grandaughterhave A teleg'a 11 was received her Easily pat together. OnlY 10 and II cents each-no"e
higher flold In nearly even city and town,or by mall.
been visiting the many pointsof Monday from Jacksonville addressed Ask for them. Absolutely very latest up-so-date styles.

interests in South Florida. to C. P. Robinson stating Ut-U WtU TilE 14lh IttcCALL fclrett. .COMPANY. Hew Terk Qty, XTO .


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