Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/00396
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00396
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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t ..""""1i I Both FIGHTING Marshal Bennett THE POLICE.and Officer I 1 A little pair \''

: I. I Burnsed Assaulted. iI | V

This hasn't been a good week I .
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for our police officers. Marsha! ;
'I'! Wt I Bennett and Night Officer Burned of pants .
s have both been arsaulted by

t C Drugs and mt. unruly prisoners. .

pure Saturday night Officer Burnsed For every little boy in Bradford County, and J4 t.f .
rompt attention arrested Robert Strong a negro \
m from Law ley, for disorderly con 1
duct and hustled him off to the Larger pants
1, come to us. "cooler," but not into it.Vhen for)1;;
l the officer an d prisoner reached
'J the jail the latter asked to be allowed Larger boys '
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appearance at the mayor's court Just received at our store. The sizes run from 4 to ,
Monday morning. The officer tn-j* .1\\.. ..\
Especial care and prompt at- granted the request and fixed the 16 and the prices run low. Fit your boy. out from our: 1'/ <
amount of the bond, and Strong iT t :
i Mention given to the filling of in stock. ..':. .
professed to have the amount r
Prescriptions. his pocket The officer released ..tJi..... ....,; 1jII

l his hold on the prisoner to give Our line of Men's t'F", ..
him a chance to fish out the ducats, .' /1.: : t ,--
: but while he was engaged in rifling ..
r his pockets an evil purpose came Spring and j X
: into his mind, and he wheeled ann j\
dealt the officer a stunning blow
i A FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET on the mouth and followed it up Summer TVouse.fffi-: -' 'lJ
with another Mr. Burnsed was
ARTICLES ALWAYSON caught entirely off his guard, and ,\' "to ....':';..,
the: stunning blows from the Is the close of careful 7.1 i :
negro inspection
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to ground. Seeing
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the: officer prostrate on the groundStrong l G CA:) .. ..r 11.f l! ., .

m STARKE DRUG CO. ..mtttttttttttttttttttttttttt escaped.made So a s dash on as for Mr.liberty Burnsed and LATEST STYLES, a t, l'g: f;:-.f

cuuld recover himself after the un .
I a- expected punishment he jumped to LOWEST PRICES. ;f'Ab ma .; 1

his feet and fired two or three shotsat ? -
the fleeing negro, but none of ) !
Y -- .ww.'wif .- them were effective. DOUGLASS & ALDER 1 r l .f!

Strong limits having of the town escaped the beyondthe matter __ -_ ___._-_- ,.'- 'lbo'.. .'' i.- .'......,. -. .. ....J..
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: NSURANCE was reported to the county authorities --of !,,', ":- '" .
but Sheriff Denmark has A
.1 been unable to capture him. t. {
Strong sent word, Monday, that he rjii''I rr ; .' t
J. R. DAVIS & CO, would send the amount of his fineto I "'11

the town authorities j it{ they. ;,f, \ LINE&JU : '-" "
would assess it. The maximum '\ ,.!
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= :c fine was entered on the. docket ; ? :; ; ,::1'
against him, but he has not yd! JJ I/N I' : :
L _-_ -. _-, _- __ -_ -_ GROCERIES
sent in the money. It is presumed

.. ............... the negnis out of the in hiding way until and his will bad remain l -( di '>RJnU! n to\V\ ";.',

@ @ behavior .s;; somewhat forgotten. tt' Alexan. .t -'h"1 Il' .fo
Tuesdav. : raining Marshal Ben- I I ,l eeks beforeI avic for ate
STOVE5!, nelti ,JiCfVigainst a "hobo" ; ud, ; tnptoBa re. } ; )
whd.tff: Vo..\ l lively for him. WEIGHING IT. p.Voght.. Ca !okt9; aft 'i
\ The .. .S .. ; road provoked a r vholesale a'... .-. 1 al \.r '
H row-;.,.' ; parkman & Co'barr. There are people who weigh" 5dav. /.'- ,.ela, ;'' .". i'l'
; @ CARLOAD JUST RECEIVED. .. .( S-, done of his be!. the question of where to buy "___'Y .-aC, tee I<'f-J..!<)1'' \ i "'-v- 'i""
,friL.en the marshal I. .
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In buying this way I am enabled to Ito } their groceries, and decidingin !! lV
@ still sell the old in of @ edarre-.v-'to such a marked degree I -1 jo
prices spite
thit the officer found it necessary favor of a balance of fry: c'w ; ,,
the heavy advance. to bring his club into play and even : .,. )
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i failed him ",ness, cleanliness 1 and alls /( Y "
) that instrument y bring ... L., /
into complete submission. '1'. R. ..A..I n decide 'to b" .
Price mine if you need a Stove. Sweat went to the assistance of ."' j.-
t goods. f 1 i.Hy 11 !
the officer and then "dusty rou.ls": .
e5 acknowledged the inferiority of his! \ s en IIn the ;.v.
@ will do bestm tl' ,,
) @ force and surrendered. He was my L t; pn- t h(I .
: @ landed in jail and paid a small tine and that will be "f"'..cake: } _'--'it
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into the town treasury after the /.' .* ,2fa.ndl.I

t @ @ !mayor's matinee Wednesday morn- any other's best. ,. S 171 t\lI ...... ..
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School Board Proceedings.The 'of go 'z'ti I b" hat 0 Q1 .

@ @ school board met Tuesday .... stro
"Vice-president, Mjss IV fer .,"
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in monthly: session. .. : f.
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: @ @ The superintendent's field reportwas tary Mrs. W. IT. n',1'1 .,1 '( _. '

; Started two weeks ago are still in vogue in every rendered and accepted.The tant secretary, 1\)1' .1.n W-"- '. ..
@ @ examine treasurer, Mrs. N. J lr 1
board to
proceeded :
1: department. Goods must move to make room for Mr. A H. Johns 4 mg. -
I ii @ teachers reports and draw warrantsin
Francis and Mr F.
stock. of
spring payment same.
\QJ Dr"E.: A Todd, trustee of the appointnd a com<\"i _
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1a & d Lawtey sub district, asked for an rules and regulation\ l =:
The 5 cent. rebate ?
$ : @ per @ appropriation for repairing the The formal organ "r\ 4r.'e- )
club wasperfecte. '.... t
f school 1' The appropriationwas
oube. '
@ Is the greatest inducement eves,. offered @ granted favorable c1roltR SSf'> .

s Ryd customers in Starke. I sell you ",urOdS as Report on day'! county line pupils ing a large itu \ '" -'r'ra fJ i
o 41c @ laH! 'ntil the next ,- sent ThoseT | cP ed ..
and al was : .
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cheap as the cheapest give 1 5 per f o. of the boaru with instruc- 'Ur. and Mrs. Fran ''tcasIV. ,-ir ::'

@ cent of your money back. Ask for the tions meeting to the superintendent to -examine \ H. Anthony. teM.Y; ,to ANci: ;1fl1; a 1 1:'

rebate check. @ and report on same. J Jones, Mr. and h;'m 4 8&1
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The treasurer's report was ex- Mrs. A 6 h cottr\ a"i
amined, found correct and approv i Johns, Mist sever,
O I, ford..M.Jji:".k In, ano to u J"
1' Clipped
ts. ed.The board adjourned to meet denesstlr nl kt R th fee 0 .; .
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Is something new in feed. It is better than @ the first Tuesday after the first Maxnentf Ems ,;, -!ViJFd' fry and sonic.. .-,:

!" what you have been buying and costs nor Monday in April.- -- I '1 ha} imtch St4z \o the y '::.,

I @ more. @ The Progressive Whist Club. j heart 9 ,J o.Y: i.roi the count jwher
Mrs. N. \t. Francis entertainedthe 'I .--.t'"e.tJ? H!7DO.eMO':. lk; a shorBowas
i' Progressive Whist Club very .,wiUimany:''4el safely'the 1t
}'', ALVAREZ. pleasantly at the New Commerciallast hostes raxho' Qiglwho howl! islft,
J. G i qYe the conteled ,
Friday evening. i them"s', cbartQin 12- C'.tatl." ;
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xt During the evening the follow-I a----: : I_' .at j' peJq;
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ing club officers were elected:I Strawhtrry t K:8,_ "
tttttttttttttiti President. Mrs. Addle A. Johns;; per, cheap'at'.thTsr'6'_ 1'q .)range-

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5I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: surprising.anticipated. Mr.Indeed Sheats, it is has regarded been- 'It........., give If Chamberlain's troubled with Pain rheumatism Balm a ilL Vv't*.

; --- by some as the Tillman of Flor- trial It will)) not cost you a cent |

tt Publishes iver} 7rldayat ida He seems to have been a if it does no good. One application

IJTARK E ,3 ADFORD COUNTY.FLA. born fighter, and we doubt not that t A SLUGGISH BRAIN . t will relieve the pain. It a-Mi "..I"
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--- and bruises in .
those who antagonize him will find cures sprains one-

._ C. S. 'MATTHEWS Publisher and Prop r. I l6CBscRiPTIoC that he is ready, willing and per Is caused by Imperfect Digestion and Disorder third the time required by other

. ::1 ====_:=___ __ ___ haps anxious to meet them t alfway' in the Liver and Bowels. treatment, cuts, .burns, frostbites, .. ,

:' It is perfectly: safe to say quinsey, pains in the side and y

'.::1" OneY.ar..,..................................SI.00 I that he will contest .inch of J chest glandular and other swellings ,
,j iiJ4onths.:: ........ ....................... .."0 ::i with those every who PRICKLY ASH are quickly cured by applyingit. ;
Three Honins.....,,................, .."..... .. I I I ground oppose BITTERS1 bottle warranteed. ,11, .
I him. He has in his composition Every 25 p t

two elements of success: either of 5 IS A BOON TO BRAIN WORKERS and 50 cents. For sale by J. L. l.
thePostofflceatStark allSf'C'9ndelall
which is exceedingly hard to over : Gaskins. ;
Matter.b .
{ come. He is active, vigilant and t purifies the bowels, strengthens and regulates the t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ,.
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; conscientious in the discharge of .. -
liver, aids digestion, promotes vigor of body, I ---- -- \
Starke Fla., Mcli. i). 1WO. i
![ his duty as an official, and as far as I and .
cheerfulness mental activity. I ( WILLS. 31. 1> ,
know he has dodged responsibility JOlt
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The Suwannee County Democrat or cringed before his i I j SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE 1.00 PER BOTTLE. I PHYSICIAN n SUKd'EON.DISEASE .

has placed Dr. S. T r Over- !:i he enemies.has had All to that tight:Mr for Sheats because has I ......." OF WOMEN ANt OBiTETMlN ASl'Kt '

street, of Live Oak, in the race for I' others wanted it. In his official I IALTY

commissioner of agriculture, and I capacity he discharges his duties I Sold by STARKE DRLTGC9teemed ; Office with the Murkr Drug('..
j makes a strong argument in favorof in accordance with the dictates of' -- -- -- -___ -----1_ :::''1'\HI E. Fl.A.
his conscience and hazards all con-
I its candidate. contemporaries a some- We have saved many doctor hill I I
The duties incumbentupon
sequences. what erroneous view of the situa- \ since we began using Chamberlain's ','fills. i:. 1SUUG. ,.
Although the state conventionwill him as an official he holds to I
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tion; and one paper has gone so far i Cough Remedy in our home. We
\ be held within three months be paramount to all other consider- as to announce that the provisions. keep a bottle open all the time and A'i"I'UHNEV-A1'-L.IW.;
ations. It cannot be successfullydenied
from tHs date no one can predict I; of that act may now be ignored { whenever any of my family or my-
that he is the ablest super Corner Cherr and JBCNSOII trt'f'U'. Start*
with any degree of accuracy who intendent of public instruction the I with impunity I self begin to catch cold we beginto
% Our contemporary shou'd remember use the Cough Remedy and as
tt1d will bear off the gubernatorial state has ever had. To him more I J. T. WILLS A. V. LONG.
that there are several: a result we never hato send
ination. The forecasts far than to other man is due the
so any ILLS & LONG,
judicial circuits in Florida, and away for a doctor and incur large \v
"made are the merest conjecture. splendid school system now in that, as there is a decided difference | doctor bill, for Chamberlain's
___ He has beena
in this state.
t.. vogue ATTOR.NKW.Vr-I.AIV..
of opinion as to the soundnessof I I Cough Remedy never fails to cure
'f ,\' Parties! ;Walton county, Florida public servant in fact as well as
JudgeVall's contention in this It is medicine of
'$ i certainly a great Other in I't-trk's I3tti6LueStarke. Fla
in All such officials have
t have lately been shipping beef name matter, another view of the case merit: and worth -D S MEARJCLE, ------- .. ---
enemies, but who are they? Andon
attle to Cincinnati Ohio, and the at time be taken general merchant and farmer,
: what grounds are such officials may any by some II. COLS; () 11. D.,

i/eFur.iak: Springs Breeze says the antagonized? The best officialsare other judge. Should any such attie, Bedford countyPa.. For J. -

.... difference of judicial opinion arise, i sale by J. L. Gaskins.
; returns :err the cattle were satisfactory those who faithfully perform PHYSICIAN :e U SVKGKOX.STAKKE. : .
the would be for -
controversy one
to the shippers. Will, Flor- their duties. The record Mr. : :, l KLA.
.\ r the Supreme Court of the State to The little green peach is freq-
Sheats has made in this respect is
.-. ';rJ.J1 he supplying the North and until the dicision of '
without a blerpish.- Granting that pass upon, uently compelled to occupy cramped Office in Ga"kiu- Drug tore. I
nbeef as well as fruits and that trihu.a' is rendered, the question quarters.
he be personally unpopularwith
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.ordleS 1 ? can hardly be regarded as tie-: -- -- M. GOR 'fO.
; .. some people, that is not a sufficient D.
......J.C' finitely settled. A Life And Death Fight.
date reason why he should not
\ t..xjnents of: bupermtendentats be his own successor Someone, In discussing these questionsthe Mr. W. A. Hints, of :Manchester :tTTORNEl-.1'1'-LAW.. 4

profess a desire to remove we know not who, has been writing BRADFORD COUNTY TELE- la writing of his almost ;
from Gainesville to the Atlanta r.RAPH very sensibly says: miraculous escape from death,
'eoi superintendent of pubthe'tiuctiQn
"The mere fact that Judge Wall E. KLA.
Constitution/ insisting that Mr. say: "Exposure after measles induced
from politics. If 'f the circuit has declaredthe I
Tampa serious trouble which 1
Sheats should be supplanted! became : lung ,
rene eat i is defeated it will be by "he is very unpopular." Th fish law unconstitutional on a ended in consumption. I had fre- J E. FUTCM-, t

*avf I" "'kick corning against grievance but he is careful not to throw any ot our righteous night and day. All my doctors ATTORXEY-AT-LAU.

contemporaries into a sp,sm of said I must die. Then I began Office in Hank Builihn tjiarke Fl.
mention toe nature of it It is soon .
'ait ;iron' retained in of parliamentarians I
been a
virtua ly admitted that Mr Sheats indignation. very good to u-e Dr. King's New Dis- H 1 .
admini en, Sheats i is: not hold that Wall
go has discharged his duty, but it is Judge I c very for ( onsumption, whichcomliletf'ly

father, aten insisted that he "must retire" because is off in his parliamentary law, and ; cured me. I would FERRYS: i I
whose dc. _. he court
he is not personally popuiai supreme may yet not be without it even if cost $5 co
jEGRAPH.fahass-fe correspondentSavannzih him. If he shall be sustained and r,
l bott'e.: Hundreds have
I with some people It is perhaps i ; it
the !low declared unconstitutionaby c 8 \
News predicts I' well that she opposition is thus on my recommendation and all SEEDS
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til wimy'cWn gub rn to'T d 1 candidate; manifesting iNeif; at this early! the appellate court there stir.feed say it never fails to cure throat, 1 .

"' e l.orn'enho1: wtth, I date !It w II ;guv :Mr. Sheats am, be no storm of indignation chest: and Inug troubles." Regular f"f rit t
about the matter It would be if
size and Trial bot-
his host t'iciiris soc $ 1.00. f
I ot ar> opportunity
;;, 1nji f. !Jws:-- Myers, 61 xceedingly strangeif legislature, ,
-- size v\nat have t es free at J. L. Gaskins' drug
.: to to
:: up tney may isAppointmtat. Caeap saMU- I
. \0' .'".jtaysh= Jennings, 20. I glutted at all times with all sorts
: '. ... combat .Mr: Sheats! is a candidate store. tu t>-s,bring loss not paying crops. S \
.. f dui '' The if-d conditions of bills, should not ? It par* to pay a iiule more for "
r ,- remaining 7f-- -
'1 I for the office: he now holds, and he YaaaY'SCYrb. Fln'c@lItapt'rpaper t
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S occasionally make a mistake. The average man lets good ; fvervwber. and nlnays worth It.
opportunities -
( ,rnin; correspondent is perfectly :! to before ,
Gaski vvnng go .
J. [L. 41wTH the Beit.190used Annual tree. <
?< -.1 tful, but tbtrms. nt the peop'e' : on his r"c.,rtl as an of Glorious News. I go by waiting fora l D. M. FURY & CD.. SETIOIT, MICK

-'y. '1 he ladiesro -. jl -1 ficial. The p--opie " tharf Comes from Dr U. B Cargi'e, I ---
. desire to extend their mater of fd"c Mr S ,rats a
who assisted this 'If Washita, I T. He writes: i i"Fnur Seeds.
debt of ;invaluable
.I' the friends gratitudi- tot: '
making their entertainmen sen'ice'l1ich he ha-. if-ruereJ: the: bottles of Electric Hitters I II I Biliousness and constipation are HE. LAUEKGICKX, .

,r: February 22d a success. bp; state by his thnn.ugh.: effk'.cnt and has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, seeds out of* which spring many ot

..; mention of Mr. T. R. Sweat i,. ceaseless efforts to "Jvatice the which had caused her great Buffer- the serious diseases that afflict the Land and Engineering Surveying.

quested: because of his gener"cause of education. it IS, we be- !ling for years. Terrible sores would! 'II human body. Sound judgment "TEI.EGKAPH OF*ICE. STARKF.'r!
"' the crooery m;C"i"eve I break out on her head and face would demand the immediate
in furnishing perfectly safe to predict that'PeN I removal -
55 for use in serving the suj ,personal enemies or Mi: Smelts I -in:: the best doctors could give no 'II of this condition before it

Eary i help; but her cure is complete and i
\ not be able to'I! event him I S develops something more troublesome Skin Diseases.
her health! is excellent. This'
O. H. Strong and difficult Pr
Mr. and Mrs. being his own successor to cure. ckly :
and daug hter,1\ I shows what thousands have proved, :
Mrs. J. W. Simpson Ash Bitters: is a reliable cure for For the speedy and permanent cnre of
Flor- Th -that FJectnc' Bitters is the best -
arrived Tuesday from South j ifference of Opinion. : constipation and disorders of simi tetter salt rheum and eczema. Cham : : '

'\_- ida and are guests at the St rong !* att' ckMnvlIle Newsathcrjtlert blood purifier known. It's the far character It '>ot only thoroughly berlain's Eye: and Skiu Ointment is r

mansion. Mr. is a bn: 1 r that Judge \\'all, of Mifeme remedy tor eczema, tetter, empties and purifies the bowels, without an equal. It relieves the itch-v:,

,'".1'1 of Mr. E. Strong and he an<1 his I mor"ls declared the fish law salt: rheum ulcers:: bois' and running but strengthens the bowel chan- its mg continued and smarting use almost effects instantly a permanent and

wife, daughter and grandau]ghter \ At the last session ot th. sores It stimulates liver nels and regulates the liver and cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch. T

have been visiting! the !many points t :Mon /unconstitutiona has I .. idneys and bowels expels poison, stomach, hence it performs a rad- i. scald head, sore nipples itching/ piles

of interests in :South Honua. dressed en some of our evTT helps digestion: builds up the ical cure. Sold b) Starke Drug chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and
granulated lids.
strength Only cents. Sold by
--- 50 Company.

UP J. L. Gaskins, druggist. Guaran -- Dr. fadj's Condition Powders for

teed. It a woman can get a voter shedoesn't horses are the best tonic blood purifier
!b LAME BACK ? and vermifuge. Price, S5cents.: Soldby
,. It is very hard to stand idly by j I care anything about a vote. ---. .
I."' and see our dear ones suffer while'' -- -- -

)t Makes_You. Miserable. awaiting the arrival of the doctor. j) The Best Salve in the World. Cf g -r4

.54 An V Is Banner Salve. It is made =::; ..-L. Q
--vtqdy! why reads the news- Albany (\ ) dairyman called ; d a?
I at 1": 90" of the wonderful rft a drug store there for a doctorto from a prescription by a worldwide ... -4
'Cures made by Dr. known skin specialist and ispositively X ;: <
come and see his child then -
!Kilmer's Swamp-Root, j the most healing' salve ; Q Ear 0 tI: :
sick with Not finding
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he very croup.
liver ?
great kidney .
nd bladder remedy. the doctor in, he left word for for piles, burns, scalds, ulcers run =/52.2-'

It,is the great medl- him to come at once on his return. : ning sores and all skin diseases.J. 8 Jq*N

triumph h century the; nine-dis"ttppfvered i He: also bought a bottle of Chamlbelain's : L. Gaskins.- ---- OQW; j es*.. 0- OJhj
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..,. .. after i Cough Remedy which he >'"'
msyV .. .. years of It is said that a burned child j' '
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w,9t3aW4 ieatifiresearch hoped v\uiild! give some relief un-i r' :!
,..,, tVCral w 3HRPKp'IFents, Mr. L. Gaskii Kilmer, the br dreads the fire Probably that'sw'hy i ,
fr. emi- I til the doctor should arrive. In a : d
f Thursday morQ. Wall, on Walnut The Mnt kiA" y and blad- few hours he returned. :saying the : a newly married man tries to g >
c ida points has opened forrcrnpJy curing i doctor need not come, as the child > ;VD' ? GRADE I
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N. J. Jones, A. V. (i<&ll caused by arrived and f'which Is the worst Mr. Otto SchoL, say the: tmnily: : A Little Known Fact. %t DE

1. i iJ J Hugh and J. ". Dc 3' 'I ing their stRoot | has since recommended Ch.lmherlain's That the majority of serious dis- HII
ii is not rec- eases originate in disorders of
i border In 1! Cough Remedy to their the ERS
Jacksonville JEqW !l1111 at pleted abut If you have kid- (
I I I speak Wedntoiit'the badly digested ment of the1'1Jtorg! found neighbors and friends until he has I kidneys. Foley's Kidney Cure is -.,. .-
S the stomach, liver :j p'eted, and it will :j sted ': a constant demand tor it from I guaranteed. Try it to-day if you frO :I :: lit.
F. S. are not feeling well J. L. Gaskins. ii; < i I
DadFor sale by Starke i handsome appearance.J .-, part of the country. Fur sale ..
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facturer, ---- '<
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cation. In J Wm. Orr, Newark, 0.: has I, ---___--- J. L. Gaskins guarantees every raH: =n +
,! i j never feel safe without .aper You assume no risk when you bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough to c

i 'ellsiffecl4 ute Cough Cure in the gook buy Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Remedy and will refund the money !; M ;b i..
I'1 tit
7rytett'h; at ana j Cuba, to spend saved my little 1 bcj ,(j}fv, to and 1 Diarrhoea Remedy. J. L to any one who is not satisfied af- 'I y

eindcr of the winter, and is i I had the pneu addertrcV.ble.: Gaskins will refund your r.oney if ter using two-thirds of the contents.This h.... 9-i UJ

" s ntly domiciled at the New ''is the best- t generous. you are not satisfied after using it. I is the best remedy in the world I dr wter .. .

l' \ lercial. Mrs. Rathbone had cures coughs ''", .': ,.._ ; It is everywhere admitted to be I for la grippe, coughs colds, croup s Ei 2 frO 1, 1

,geti t o Cuba to visit her son, who i i Pleasant to the most successful remedy in use and whooping cough and is pleasant I L.J .!

n&V ? director general of the postal gives imm for bowel complaints and the on'y :' and safe to take. It prevents I rJ : h rL

1 j the 8v ice on the island. GaskinS. Bom ct Smnp-Hoot. one that never fails. It is pleas- any tendency of a cold to result in | ," ;U l

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While Ho the Estate
Figure Ar. Given
; Brother of Cecil Rhodes Describes !. Over .1OOO.OOO. I

; TO TEN CENTS Fearful Condition That Prevailed The will of the late H. M. Comerwas

in Beleaguered Town. Farmer and His Babe the probated at Savannah, Ga., Mon- MINERS KILLED

# Viotim3 day in common form. It will be pro
Colonel of Two Assassins
the brother of Cecil bated in solemn form later.

%. Rhodes, describing in The London The executrix;, Mrs. Lila C. Comer,

&m- Product Brings Highest Price Times the into qualified. and Mr. Edward T. Comer '.
entry Ladysmith of
Most Disastrous i
a } Lord Dundonald and 300 men of the MOTHER AND WIFE LEFT FOR DEAD. the youngest brother, Mr. Hugh Co- i Explain Ever

., Known In Years. mer, and Mr. D. A. Denmark qualifiedas
Imperial Known In Wes
Lighthorse and Natal Car- executors. Mr. John D. Comer, I tYigrwia.

I bineera February 28, says: Negro Boys Xere Hired to Do Farm Work the youngest eon, is to become an executor : }
.: ; DEALERS BUYING UP THE CROP "It is Impossible to depict the enthusiasm But Took the Life of Their when he becomes of aga.The 9 1

.r of the beleaguered garrison; New Employer.. entire estate is given tothe executrix ENTOMBED WITHOUT WARMS }

r" cheer rang from post to post and and executors: in trust for the .,

i.f! staff officers, civilians and soldiers benefit of Mr. Comer's family.
They are Paying a Good Price For A double
murder was committed about
.; flocked to greet them. The contrast The will gives no evidence of the

.r. Delivery Next Fall--How the between the robust troops of a dozen ten miles from Hazlehurst, Ga., Mon- amount of the property and the executors Relief Parties From Surrounding -J

f Work Is Done. battles and the pale, emaciated defenders day night about dark by two young do not express any opinion- to runes of the District Rush I
the value of the is under
t 10 of Ladysmith estate. It
-... was great"General negroes named Butler Goosby, aged
White and his staff met stood however, that it is considerablyover to the Rescue.A I
18, and his brother, Numan Goosby,
_i Monday at the closing of the cotton the troops in the center of the town. 31,000,000.
aged 15.They .
i market in New York middling spots He was cheered with heartfelt enthu
'':. siasm. He addressed the civilians and called at the residence of Mr. MTLINLEY GUEST OF HONORr special from Fire Creek, W. Vav,
were selling in that city at 9 13-16 for
\ thanked them and the garrison for Dan Mims and stopped and hired to Speak. at Banquet 0f Ohio Society ID says: Tbemost disastrous mine ex-
uplands and 10 1.16 for gulf. May
their magnificent support which we him to chop cotton he having agreedto New York City. plosion ever known in the New River .
closed Saturday at 9.38.9 and alone can realize.
Monday The'Ohio New York held'
give them employment. They both Society district occurred at tho Red Ash mine-
rose to 9.54. Atlanta spot cotton "We could possibly hare hung on had axe handles with them, and as its fourteenth annual dinner at tha-
shortly after the miners went to work
for six weeks hut the
'5\ jumped up to 9|, at which point the longer, privations soon as it was dark Mr. Mims went Waldorf-Astoria: last Saturday night., ,
would have been great and sickness early Tuesday morning.
President the of
McKinley was
outside and one of the knocked guest
staple worth negroes
was about $47 bale
.. per and the paucity of our ammunition tie most heroic work of
which is more than it has brought in would have limited the numberof him down. They cut his throat honor. More than 400 covers were Although ._

some years. and stabbed him in the eyes. laid.Before the rescuing party had been going on
"' assaults we would have been ableto Mrs. Mims, who was in the house the banquet President McKinley 1
Cotton is worth about $10 per bale resist. incessantly all day it was impossibleat
,. on hearing disturbance rushed out with President M. I. Sonthard
and the crop is worth about $90,000,000more "We started the siege with 12,000 of the and L. Burnett the time to estimate the full extent ,
society Henry ,
to husband and she too was
than it
I was on New Year's day. troops 2,000 civilians and 4,000 na knocked down. The chairman of the banquet committee, of the loss of life and property. J1
thinking ,
I The cotton market is excited and negroes :
''-" tives. Between casualties and sick- held a reception and shook hands with More than dead bodies were !'r
they bad killed: her, turned their at- fifty
usual is :
speculation as but the
I most remarkable and significant heavy, feat ness 8,000 soldiers passed through the tention to Mr. Mims, thereby giving members of the society and the guests. soon taken out and the number of i .

hospital. It is impossible to overemphasize Mrs. Mims time to The list of speakers on the programwas ;
,! ure of the present situation is that the of the sick. escape. dead men may reach eighty-five more.
privations as follows President McKinley '
: '
Mrs. Mims had her baby in her ,
cotton houses fall'scrop I It thought Tuesday nigh'thaf at -"
are buying next was
Since the middle
of January a man I Gov. George K. Nash, of Ohio; John
I II arms at the tine she was knocked
seven to ten months ahead of least forty-five were stilleutombei' ia 'X .f ,
down lost.
once was practically The down and the shock caused by her A. Richarda,. solicitor general of the .:
time. the wrecked mine. _
I reduced rations of the soldiers just United States Lieut-Gov. Timothy : \.J ,4
This fall injured the baby so it has since ; I The Red Ash mine is drif'and .
is not a purchase of futures in sufficed for their subsistence. I ; '-
Daily died, while Mrs. Mims is seriouslyhurt L. Woodruff and James H. Hoyt. )
the ordinary sense, but a contract to old the explosion occurr-jo '.- ) ?!5.: : .
horses mules
thirty and were There fixed the
were no toasts, .
and the chances for her
take actual cotton when it matures and slaughtered and converted into lOUP I recoveryare speakers having subjects allotted to II, entrancewhich was t.iu <'iC:'3. d b: -ys _.j j -.{;

exceedingly poor. slate eutombin ;, ; : ; .
is ready for market. and falling } 11r" .IUll." ; ..
From 15
to .
sausages. January them called _
The as they were "
held and upon. ;t :
coroner an inquest
Prominent cotton firms are offering now there have been over 200 deaths ber of miners. The t.; to i> "!_t.- disaster -- ';',.",, i ...
the sheriff with his blood- 't
to take next fall's at 7 to 8 deputy is between Fire Crce&: araond Tbur- -i ...
crop } from disease alone. The last fortnight ROBERTS' MOVEMENTS: GUARDED. ; ; ,
hounds and of began ;l 1.
cents and a great deal of cotton has saw the majority of the field a large posse men ,_ on the soutt. I ruin'L o'. the. "," .: d 1
the woods in direc- '
been sold to them already. It is reported horses unhorsed and the guns permanently scouring every Nothing of Interest Allowed to Escape I Cheseapeak and Ohio v.i.- .ay, _an'; (Itv., _" 'f.' ) '

on what appears to be good I posted iu our defenses. The tion hunting for the murders. 'pnllora In South Africa.A I every assistance po1! ?to:;: *; \<* render*'> c./i,... -'> .
The motive of the crime is '
au'hority that the fertilizer cavalry and drivers were converted into supposedto London dispatch says: The air of I by the railway :"' ttry ',n.1 by __ ."

nion, who will receive an compa-I infantry and sent to the trenches.A I' assault.have been robbery and criminal mystery which covers the movements : adjoining mining U-vn: *.. t\<-.'-'icfj '!,.:*' i "

amount of cotton in payment for fertilizers I line of defenses had been constructed of the main British army in South I ties from great distances arrir .0"t.?. r 'i r '

have already sold their con with the view of a possible final Mims was a young man, the son of i Africa continues, though what infor- soon as possible. t! -. ": ..._1"-. .
I John T. of the most sub
tracts at 7J cents to cotton houses. contingency, if the outer works should Mims one mation leaks through indicates that I State Mine Inspector F ,.ck I' '" i -.
stantial and farmersin
The Virginia Carolina Chemical be carried. I highly respected the campaign is being carried on with a eorps of expert: and rb"0: ,:" ..-, I

company supplies a large part of the 'I "Since the investment the total Appling county. Mims had been i steady progress. There are now prac- II were constant'. Jt: the !l: ,,!,.t;, ''''. "
married little .
's fertilizers Bold in Georgia and other casualties were: a over one year. tically three British armies in the I ingall as'sstal.! f :: :si.,e and'devG<1- ';-

i: southern states, and is reported to I "Killed or died or wounded, 24 officers M'KINLEY TO CONTROL. field, one in the :Free State one in his attention >rto -.. a"rd'-d '101.t t -' -'i.::.:"

Lave sold an immense at 350 Cape Colony and tho other in Natal. an offie: .;: 'Il" '"... 4tioa '4. ; (\'>, '
and 235 men; died of disease, 6 I ....
s j pounds of cotton per ton. officers and 340 men; wounded, 70 This Bill Give President Full Power Over All that is known about the first and cause of th. ...+; ,yr.. ......: ."' :j'
I 'I most is that it is in close J. Fre-' "'. 'f .." Q ma '\
This would make the Virginia Carolina officers and 520 men, exclusive of Philippine Islands. important I .ad.

.1 Chemical company long on fall white civilians and natives." The senate committee on Philip- I touch with the body of Boers estimated I I the prep .- ; {1'". ci n.tJr' .a a@ mf ., /,'

cotton, and it is reported that they I pines decided to report the bill intro- to number about 6,000 men. Speculation no effort '.i t-is: ,.,;:1::: oh e".J'll e' .. ;:5/

f sold or agreed to sell their cotton con SULZER CALLS FOR PEACE duced by Senator Spooner, of Wisconsin as to the direction and m .t''o
tracts to a prominent cotton house for I for control of the Philippines. 'I of General Robert advance ;"a to the H ow. taut ail the men,. a..tt 1)! f'I c'

71 cents. This would net them $27.12 New York Representative Introduce. Ke Senator Lodge, chairman of the committee I Free State is quite worthless u <\i.a- wor.: n :tryicgLoclearawarp. = ,.Hand k \.... "

i per ton for fertilizers which sold last olutlon of Sympathy For Boer. I made the report to the senate. fully are the plans concealed. teacue th*> .entombed mtj': ; d v .

t"r: year below $20. Representative Sulzer, of Now The bill is as follows: Tte raana.rs+ ant bosses of" \ .:;.....

1 Thus a large part of the cotton crop York has introduced the following "That when all Insurrection againstthe A TEMPORARY RErllVfR: mint-s in the district. hurried t ;_ t.r..

'. of this section has been bought with I sovereignty and authority of the --- SCCLb a. soon &s : j jo ':.
resolution in the house: For the Bluckwell 11\1.1. i".'m" -i>' 21Durham tL. v.-k 'f resch.gThe worVgr : f:
yr fertilizers at a boom price and sold for i United States in the Philippine islands ..
Resolved, That the republic of the N C. Mr_ lu-yodei' because of thej ; Y
cash the market. from the
against acquired Spain by treaty
I I P. S. Hill, of New Vr-., it'r'<, ,) .. \
i' I United States sympathizes with the of tut tonrmous blockade t t> '_ .
The question naturally arises, how I concluded at Paris on the tenth day of : 'sa
brave Boers in their struggle for freedom I appointed temporary rct-eicr i rf ?!'s: :k- try ., <' to the drift. J/t .' "': 't'
can the cotton houses afford to buy I December, 1898 shall have been completely i ;..,. .
and wells Durham Tobuc-rnaat.c. i'happointment moTvtb ? the mt .1 : -'
and independence hereby i : t he o -
} next fall's ? the and .
crop I suppressed by military RF 1\ Icr1,
1111'.101 : ,J 'e Si- "
was 'y ;" t1 ,
declares that the of the bejou'l description
The is that sell it people naval force of the United States all I was ;
answer they can I I ,.lst (f
of tht run-, bti.trinsat :' .
"neigh4'f.tl .
South African republic and the Orange children and the :
as they buy it, ahead of time and they military, civil and judicial power i int'cf'ssilry t'
do I Free State are, and of right ought to to the said islands court at Chariest: :', T C. ':;.l Hill' I who war1. 'Wn to be erp''): 't. :- n4 '"
so. govern i '
qualified 'u llHlciga and gar, bond in J :lu.- ndc'on !',
be, free and independent, aud the there i 'fI'U't-...
The speculative market is such that | shall, until otherwise provided by congress 1 !
of the United States hereby the sum of .*, "tuOO\ aaa is cov: > and di 0( the VinpTsJIn toga : r,
fall cotton can be sold in New York at. congress be vested in such person and ,
I and the charge. ; .. .r' Aexan) .t t.1i fort .
protests remonstrates against ,
a fraction over 8 cents, and when a persons, and shall be exercised in I *
cotton firm buys cotton for actual delivery -: barbarous war now being waged by such manner as the president of the The ir.uiict ': iiiaue returnable before i in, tl eeks before $avitl:; for ,

next fall, it protects itself from :' Great Britain against the patriots of United States shall direct for maintaining Juu rt Simou'ftu in Charleston on I firs. s triptoBalI i reo a1' .-;,

the hazard of the market by buying : South Africa; and the president is and protecting the inhabitants : Apiil.17., \vhun permanent and receiverwill that I Wright.. a a loc;ktng atti (
i order for sale
f appointed
futures to the same extent. i; hereby authorized to take such steps of said islands in tho free enjoymentof { l wholsale) rt, '" ;'. lal t- {c:
of the iaaJe. Tho
factory application '
: as be expedient in his judgment. : .$flY .pl
The question arises again, how does may their liberty, property and religion. ., .5 d avo ,- --- .
for a iv-ceiver: "a3 made by a majorityof r'
it profit them to buy and sell at the ;! to secure and bring about an honor- ? .. .Lt.ee(0 i+ -
TiE It'HERlTrROTEST. the stockholders of the io .
able between the contending ME3IFHIS company .td :1t.
same figures!', paying commissions and ,I parties.peace. --- order to settle up business and divid'assets. 'it'hhis'.pi.IY! ,"'+.'
other ? ; )
espouses Declare Hint Mardi Urall Fertilities ( h "' >i
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'{I ________ )yS. ;
ahead of time for the 7"S.l'IlU'
contract -
: i i .
j They i ROBERTS AGAIN FACES 1IOERS.t Indecent anil Immoral. :. J o r'W
handling of so much cotton, on every i I I II -- 1 The fi-llowing! was adopted by the : .I ,, t;,.

hale of which they make the ordinary : BurgherR Re-Form Their Lines Within Protestaut Pastors' Association of 41r'.
I i I Act.eNeth'r...o!, and Her Back ,va(/ ....\ 1.J
of the business. I I EIJhtIn..11 of raardcberK." '
profits 1 Teun. at their reguluf!
I Memphis, Give Kond. < -
In other words, they are securing A London special : Lord Bob : Tnyll
says .
;, meeting: I A New York dispatch say'res ; ..."
t j business ahead of time and ahead of erts at Osfontciu, six or eight miles : "Whereas, we, the members o* thoi nit of a decision of \'__ .:., ....

their competitors.Other :i east of Panleberg, faces llio re-formed ;i Protestant Pastors' Association of Mott, holding Miss Olga.now .,.. t \ :o; l..

motives have been attributed Boer army, from five to six thousand believe that the carnival, .
1 I, Memphis, famous for the part slhis] en i in the; .. ; .
to the cotton men. It has been suggested strong. This may Le merely a corpsof commonly known as Mardi Gras, is in -.
playing; Sapho, that
Pf f
that wish to handle a big observation to retire : tb; pri- .
they ready on pre immoral, indecent, corrupting' and vello, tho leading man rt
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their figure at so to take ntZt.. :-.
became profits
t crop pared positions. injurious to the public good of our. manager of the compa- '
bale and knowing the effectof Lord Roberts has riled observers Ie.h..f-a id f
much a I cur, city ana tturrouudiug country, therefore ;, doro Moss lessee of W i \ ..... :

such au offeon: the acreage, are by the excellence of his transport ,. be it"Resolved : each in 8500: bail for try was |:1 tl,(.m! i.'
I : .".
publishing it broadcast in the planting during the first advance and he i3 That we hereby expressour cial session on a chI Lrn] ;- \1

season. 1!, likely to do f>o again, although military disapproval said carnival and a pIny thut offended pcnt Sun lands:

Whether the have any such motive men think he must wait for some that we earnestly entreat thu people of Wallack's theater wc tthe h- pal ogene IJ t

i or not, there cau be no doubt that the days before going much farther. The Memphis, as Christians and citizens night and no producible al ( 3

4 offer of 7 to S cents for the fall. crop Boers prc'-umubly, will use this! delayfor to discourage by every legitimate was attempted. jt's fer f

i will induce the farmers to plant very all it is worth, pulling their re- means its observance: in the future in > lake 'i' ti .:jT j--

heavily. i sources together. our city." To RepealBepreseatative uvaipeJ\'il --- .J)f' ....
Ttti trouble about it, so far as the I --------- -- i .D: :n.ln w
Hoot Goes to Cuba. S Mock Increased.
Capital lt
is that it will ,
J}. farmers are concerned, uia introduced a 'rfting ==
r-; induce many to plant beyond their Secretary Boot left Washington Fri The Seaboard Investment Company, :,, the house for the' rIh.-- =t

6i: means who will not be careful to make day for a lying trip to Cuba to confer : organized some weeks aso to J\'ef'p> ""hiteorprinting p' is ;

.JtT". themselves safe in doing so. The pub.I. personally with General Wood. As '. terminal property of the Chattauoogft, rial from which i ".;

: lication of these advancev3ffers for the latter will accompany him on his Augusta and Cluuh'stonir Line ing the attorney-. --.
' i' next fall's crop will affect the action of tour around the island there will be Railway, at a meeting: in Charlfston under the '+trtL\\J':: rte. _.;

; h hundreds of thousands of planters, ample opportunities for such confer- Tuesday de.'ttlal to iivrease the capital maintaiuie1Gand ''v ,.,.'r _- -,
! 1 stock from ,\tit' .ttlt) \! t > $500,000. 'I !!ess
c > '
wise mater -
:;:' who will be in no m-otecteJ. euces. ltd;( t: .> c .-" _
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I, KACE.Present PKOUUVM(; CHAMJEU. CORhi:iM'oNHtM WRUERED. 'rhe '- 1to .
Mc.MII.LI[ EMEUS u n lS ':I" Iped ..

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From Frankfort London :1 n. "'I"- III MHfpkiu By .
!'hhpiog c.f Gun to kliat HI\t'1. !
Gnvrrtwr"f T.nneOlU'If111' Try l '.. ... .' Ord t 3Iemb. nty to ",,-j 1:=:t-, if" 'i".
K Su.I.lt'lIh'tnl'le.l. .
('..11..1 'a'eli St'lIa'onhll" ) 'utatl\ f hi..:in ANGf 'Ua ..t Q

J The tit'lIIlturialnll'd i iu Teunesseee The orders for the shipment of guus =lr. Parslow, the c-orrcsdondent of Congressman A e cou Lout WA

hulbree entries. Governor and ammunition from the state arsenalat tho Lon-l.ra, iMilyO hronk-le at Mafo- father
now assured starter Frankfort to London, Ky. by tho been from th !- seven ...
lit uton McMillin is an king w'u.\ !lad ptevimisly reported : fjn, ana to
llieau state authorities was revoked a
becoming three- ltep:! not and killed on No- died .y'
the contest thus :,h ';lo-itdliy a t-r :
Monday afternoon and a car t 0
corniriHl. Tor sometime Congressman \euiVr-J!, sup, ueeoulng to the diary I flay Dlr( t '; S ( ;

. T E W. Camack. of the tenth listrict loaded with munitions of war consigned of a :\Iol nil!{; I '>st coirespondent and taY j'E'd b a....J '

nod Davit L. Sn. lKrass, chiefin to Loiiilou uuloa,1etland its from a letter received by The Daily ,.h'es and some.. ,yhutch : '
+ oontents returned to the arsenal. The St_ \o the :
tH-auf the supreme court of Tennessee Cho"i-'le.. inuidtreii by Lieutenant V' v. y t
have been candidates while state officials give no reason for the Mun.-hi.-ou; of the British Artillery, reputed I aavietalrortthe count ."1

cxpremou from the governor, I change of program. The soldiers to bo z man of tine professional nearly: the vbotiTt,to a ShO'HOh'"
with no
I worked all forenoon loading the car. I ;
.. been actively at work abilities. tion of tL: 'ri2sk
his friends have : : safely b:-c
his interest. The matter was set- ;. There is a report that the war depa"\yl: Au iuquestis held and finding oft Irict ore .14 rebel who howl i811I
in interfered and r-T '
.t tied Monday by'a speech delivered by I lUent at Washington the and ammunition t t wilful murder was returned. Murchi- I Dutch from ueig'the contended; A
quested guns >s-
large gather- 1 wll be tried by courtmartial. reported ,0ve.?
McMillin to a son I t lat
Governor London be turned, the '
ready taken to S-at ,
in Giles county. I l I cad lt'I
ing at Pulaski ,' I eef',1 .

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FL1. Cheats Building and Loan Association -
6 Noted Georgia Murderer ,_ {

PREPAY, MARCH 9, 1900. I! t ........... ........ t Affairs. 4 i ..
: the Gallows at Last. t
i I i The Robert. Murder CaM.i Beach Club Raided. Judge J. A. Anderson and:Mr.M. A. : r-

It is always a more or lets interesting i Tbe evidence that has been secured A decided sensation was created at O'Byrne, receivers of the Southern i r.:

{l I question who fires the first shot !I by the authorities against the prison. Palm Beach a few days ago by the.: DIES MISERABLY IN HIS PRISON CELL :Mutual Building and Loan association, f ,

I ers now nnder arrest for the murder raiding of the Beach Club and the arrest I, have filed in the office of the clerk of i &,

:;:anybody. I i of tho Roberts family was heard in I j I II I of the proprietors, charged with :i I II II I the superior court at Atlanta a statement -

i Justice Willard's courtroom at Jack-I the violation of the state laws against 'I People of DeKalb County Bettered of aI of the receipts and disbursements .r

-I : in Arkansas recently having 1 eonville the past week when the jury I gambling. The raid was made when :I I Heavy Burden In HUI from January 1 to February 28.J t*'
:: i I of inquest met to consider its verdict it was expected to catch the place in j 1900. ;
1 died at the age of ten months, a coroner in the case. The hearing was a private full blast, but the result proved that I Taking Off. The report shows the cash on band ,.;' _;
th heM an inquest over this body, and in one, and no one but the membersof the managers of the club had receiveda I to be $70,955.23.: :'

:' 1'' : making out the certificate of death I. the jury, the county authorities and tip in advance.* When Sheriff R. J. '{ Edward C. Flanagan, the noted The receipts for the period covered .t; i-

representatives were allowed Chillingworth arrived there he found were $10,226.17, and the disbursements \
"I stated<< that the child was unmarried, newspaper murderer, died early Tuesday morning e
I I in the courtroom. that the roulette and faro tables had were 81,219.99. ;
. t and that its occupation was "keeping : in a cell of the DeKalb oiunty jail at is follows
The statement
. : Nothing new has developed in the been removed and their places taken I as : E

;; its parents awake o' night" ; case beyond the finding of a knife that by several common tables over which I Decatnr, Ga. BECZIPTS.

'i,f '. : is thought to belong to Tom Ham- several innocent games of cards wen The murderer of Mrs. Nancy Allen Cash on hand January 1, 1000. _
According to the Railroad Gazette'spreliminary I
: mond. This was discovered in the in progress. and Miss Ruth Slack had been slowly Georgia receivership. . $40,726.20
: estimate 4557 mile of woods near the Roberts house. Hammond The raid it the outcome of a determined sinking for several days and the end Mississippi receivership. .. 6344.16

, (" new railroad were built in the United claims to have thrown it away effort that is being made to was not entirely unexpected. He was Florida receivership. . 14,873.69

I : Stated during the past year. The an- when he was at the county hospital drive the club out of existence.: Hon. i alone in his cell when the invisible: Real estate loans in full settlement

i : : but the finding of it in the woods Prank Clark of Jacksonville is in I fingers of death closed about his life and on account 3,:;6.99

I end-1 1I 1 proves this statement to be untrue. charge of the legal fight that is being and severed the thread that bound him Bills receivable . .. 45.20:
I ; ing with 1897 was about 2000, and in .; The surviving members of the Rob I I made against the club, and prepared .I to earth. "Oh, God!" he cried out, Real estate--sale of property-

: 1. 1899 the total was 3265. Iowa took! erts family went to the homestead a the charge against it and its proprie- and when his two nurses rushed into andrents. . . .. 6,007.35

, the lead last year, with 553 miles, and day or two ago and sold most of the l tors. He is backed in this matter by the room he was past all human aid. State Savings bank: Ten

following in order were Minnesota, contents of the place. The sale was I Mr. Flagler and the East Coast Hotel DeKalb county took a deep breath per cant dividended on .

374; Arkansas, 265: California, 209, : largely attended by the neighbors and ; System, who hive long recognized the of relief when it was known that the reserve fund account. 562.38 t
also by a number of persons from I demoralizing effects of the club, and little spark of life that lingered in theo Sanders & Davis-money advanced :
and Michigan, 178. Jacksonville.! determined to drive it out if
I i possible fifty pounds of skin and bone, known by them to :
The authorities are now of the opinion The officers of the club were notifiedto to the world as Edward C. Flanagan, pay
taxes ass'n
The prospect of a great trade in that have sufficient evidence before Root and on propertyin
they appear Judge t was extinguished.
Ceflartown, Ga .... 24.4S
corn with Europe is fine. This means to fasten the crime on Tom Hammond, answer to the charge of keeping a The celebrated murderer was but a Interest, discount and exchange ,

*' much for the United States, as corn is but not on the other boys arrested. I gambling house. They appeared at .j i skeleton of his former self; wasted interest oa

the all i i, While they believe that the elder : the appointed time, but, owing to a by a malady that had attacked
: 't Ar largest and most valuable of away loans. . .. . ... 9.7T
" Hammond and Geary may have known I mistake, Mr. Clark was not there and.I his feeble strength nearly two weeks 1
( I. >. our crops and grows more generally I ItiJ. of the crime after it was committed, : their bail was fixed at $;(}) each. ago and suffering from a gunshot --- J
Total receipts . . 372,175.22
to. throughout the country than any : they are of the opinion that they did I When Mr. Clark came and learned the wound in his right thigh received on '!

,r Ii: X. *>:ber. There is hardly any limit to i not have anything to do with the actual inadequacy of the bail he had the men I i I, the evening of January 19th last.when DISBUBSEMEXTS.! .,

; V' 7- (' tea\ possible corn production of the : commission of the crime.To rearrested upon a charge covering he, with other prisoners confined in Real estate loans insurance

" i. UtiteJ States and we stand ready to similar ground, and in these cases the the DeKalb county jail, made a desperate taxes ete . . . .3 235.44:
: bail was fixed at $2,000 each. Surety I I I and almost successful attempt Real estate taxes, insurance
r \: bie any -iaHnd that the world may I Ii Arena Dock-Weight Item. waa furnished. to escape. and repairs: .. . ... 3D3.77

i __\ .: Inal a for thin noble grain. I Hon. E. R. Gunby, of Tampa, has I If the men are convicted of the. He had been shot by Sheriff C. H. Sanders & Davis-refund

I Ilo gone to Washington to appear before offenses charged, they are liable to a Talley, who fired into the mob of amount advanced for taxes 24.43

1'p. How t:> Trite 1900 in Roman letters I the committee on weights and measures fine of $5,000 each or imprisonmentof I.I prisoners as they rushed out into the Interest, discount and ex-

.':-.':: ....-"
-:- It.\Wbat ceuinry'" discussion in Lon- : He represents the National Leaf To- main effort, however, is to drive the sheriff and his assistants that they Loan and Banking Co. .. 4.05

; '" Joi\t1aed .u be <, fan!-:-.nable fad in days bacco Board of traJe. They are club out of business and if it is closed ;i r might gain freedom. Some days ago Postage . ... . . 5.00

"' .. 1 making an effort to have congress passa permanently it is likely that the charges Flanagan secured kerosene and tincture Legal expense: ;certified copy
"i\ date by to L' 'tter with the year measure requiring that duty shall be might not be pressed. The club was ';. of iron and poured both liquidsinto order of court appointing

'. ;\mot> a ,!" nCi.a noT;.-rcIs. That fad paid on tobacco as weighed when opened for the first time last year under the wound, which inflamed it con- :, auditor, filed with court

'' a-.. ':. J !88*when it took withdrawn from the bonded ware- the management of Bradley Brothers. siderably. in Tennessee. .. . 2.25

1'jt..i*. letters, "' l0\'CCLXXXYIIL" houses. At the present time they are This year the building was enlargedand I.I It n said that he also drank kero Salary; receivers', account,

astyew xr I\s nearly! aa bad for it ;!i required to pay on the tobacco according the club incorporated. From the sane and tincture of iron and Sheriff compensation: and office

\ to the dock weights, which I' first there have been many protests Talley asserts that this was what force .. ... . .... 574.00
nice' Mters, "AIDCCCXCIX. i means that wet and green tobacco against it from the guests of the ho- brought on the terrible malady whichis Incidental expense: . .. 66.00

It19001an be vrritten rC\f," if I when it lands at the docks must be tels. It is alleged that several wealthy I thought to have been the direct ,I Traveling expense .... .... 4.00

'Dody rr'efe.-s it that: way. I weighed. When it is withdrawn, perhaps young men have lost thousands of dollars cause of his death. : --

61 '---- __ -, !I months after, weighing many I l there and other smaller sums. I II Many of the citizens of Decatur Total disbursements.-.3 1,219.95!

*Jcuatot3: of tLe enc'DOu: ; f:,r pounds less, the importer must pay I went to the jail to view the body. No Cash on band February 2S, 1900:

\awaiting the popular iti..rtr'r t.f for something he does not get. A A boy, hunting rabbits near Palmetto I one was heard to express any regret at Georgia receivership.$49,732: .33

t tare b-lief strong effort will be made to remedy Beach his death. Sheriff Talley mourned ,. Florida receivership . 14,873.69
Btagg tat few
they a days ago, made a ghastly
This ciatter, and Congressman S. M.
least of all. Mississippi receivership. 6,344.16
find of the
n detilculationsr, ;}" the it-yi. corpse of a woman. He
is all he to I
Spark nan doing can bring "I think the hand of Providence has I

11\ for example] e *ri'*,, \}:ll' '".it-1 I abo:.t his change, which is so much i, went the matter at once to Sheriff to Tampa and reported in- intervened in behalf of DeKalb county Total disbursements-----7O.95.23; ;

5a'novel'eans & ra;c ui .'''.';:'.lJO; neb!.' 3 HI: matter of right and justicern j I vestigated. In the Spencer who ," said the sheriff. "I believe there Judge Anderson stated that her
big marsh near
,g.t1 When oar i.oiyiiia'jon! L :i1dfsl. those sugared in a very expensive I Palmetto Beach lay the!body of a wo- will be general rejoicing among ou thought the basis of settlement with '

rch aI1ii" .iiS basinetsTLc almost people. We have thought the county the shareholders of the association
man COj : ",- man, completely covered by
.. ">pij".. ut.t..the growth c' tii i| water. The body was in such a state has been imposed upon by the way the would be determined at the present
If;,) ...', that it case has been managed by his attor- term of the superior court. )Ir. T. A.
to tell the
State Bi-ikers Association has was impossible color
iiffeiucgj. /jTc-s. iufinitf-1.. l.:1cJC They are blamed than Hammond the auditor to whom the
Ii Iihcid neys. more
'- or of the
ed in favu of Orlando as thepre nationality woman, or the
Etli.i:the growth of popnlatl: 'Ju. Flanagan was. The 'became various points in the
cf lioHinx! the next annual meeting cause! of death. The dress as an ordinary I people case were referred -
'.: "V_ ...t.;?MjQ n n\,"I of the dav uhtc'a occ':" ..-. the 21st inst. At checked one, with a common convinced some time ago that Flana- several months ago, bas very

v/ith' of IOU; council I Btrav hat The shoes. gan was not crazy,-but the ingenuity nearly completed the hearing of evidence -
'f.m"d a run ,- a ui ;c-tin,,' cf the city a commit woman were no I
.'the ro;'alties qf an nn- r:e of >irrT-.u::.:neit'vas appointed When touched the clothing came to : of the lawyers would probably have and argument.If .
put the county to the : of an appeal should be made from
moar"T tmak Hf\ preparation pieces as did also the body. The offi- expense keep-
SLp! )} Alabnlou_ i-fot-FF.'uy I ing Flanagan for two three the ruling of the auditor
\ Orli&dc! will give tl>:e Liuk-rs a wel- cers are doing all they can to make out ; or years JnJgAn-
wlj:t.' will: far ,\HArtt I something about this but more, if Providence hal not come tour derson thinks a decision of the supreme -
con.e; !! ,o justify-! j I mystery, as
J'f' ; ing !1.: wisdom r,'. tee peltciiuu cf the I iplr. there was nothing about in the way of : aid. court could be secured within a
f',- 'ln- : evidence it is that I "Bnt though we are not sorry that few months. s
."". Tin"* nieetTif: will! oc<*jr on quite likely nothing
hna! t will be the burden has been taken off of us, The money hitherto collected has
the day IT ,k-e.iug tin tnec'ing of the :i more ever concerning :
t! the still we had given him the best attention been from creditors who settled voluntarily -
.trelthe: Good HIJal1o e('aveut'.oa: and it is hoped ;, case.
0I I that anybody could in jail. I and until a judgment is
i ito -
,. 'that the backers: "will be able to remain I pronounced
; fitted up a nice room for him, payingthe as to the rights of the various
aS the other meeting -j Dr. D. M. Echemendia has resigned I
q.to'' his with the cost out of my own pocket, and parties, the receivers will not be in a
position state board of .
IV- showed him many special favors until position to enforce collections and to
bralth. For
j ten he has been in
I b e. Goes to Keyfe i. !I i i"iTwo years his attempts to escape made such a distribute the assets.
i of the
charge station at
batteries! of the :First artillery, !j quarantine course unwise. He attempted to escape "
Mullet which stands .
l ij1ph hats been stationed at St. FranTacto.crrar'iS I' Key, guard over t several times." || DAY FOR TAX RETURNS.
the health of the
cf south Flor-
ill St. Augustine for some i! people I In cold cash Flanagan has cost the ; ,
Mar at the mouth of the harbor. The
? yyoired or-l:rs a few days ago :j ceu..ty of DeKalb in the neighborhoodof February lit !. :Named by Georcia: Official
"t j d to Key West. As there are {| position is a most responsible one, as i ten thousand dollars. as the Dale.

15 the die,-s, both infantry and artil- {j the station handles practically the Needless' to say the taxpayers of that: At a conference between Governor

t L, removed from e s;, ihe j' business from foreign shores, especially !, unfortunate county have a lasting recollection Candler Comptroller General Wright

:inch\ in all[ probabtlity this }.us t ;, where there is contagion.; Dr. of the irony of fate which and Treasurer Speer at the statehouse
Echemendia has
en* fall quota from among this '[! accepted a position caused the horrible deed to be perpetrated last Monday the agreement was reached I
..f\ Whether the new troops t') ,!' with the Marine Hospital service, and within their borders. to fix February 1, 1900, as the day
will have charge of the of j
4T. Auguf-tine; will be in.ery i for making tax returns all over the
is not as yet known j j I passengers bound for the United States A DEARTH OF INTEREST state. Under the act of the last legislature

LLa ..t L1 oho are to relieve the t j'! from Havana. The position at Mullet :. the three officials named are re-
Key is a most trying meaning to :Munifttkteil In Vote On Financial Bill .
i ,
quired to
jy have not been assignw Conference narua the day between January -
i I begin with practical exile from the Keport. '
1st and
!t 'Makes luwn. Not probably in the of the April 1st, but are notpermitte.l
e | world for half a year at a time. Few history
; to
agree it until after
I men are to be found who would care senate was there ever shown so little March 1st. upon
s odf h&>> i tor a position of this kind. real interest in the final vote on a,
.- Jq1O"#' i\uthers. who wa ac-I i This requirement is made in order
great ineasaru as was manifested Tuesday
: '..war department of ---- I to
cures I II I in the voion the conference prevent irregular returns and to
,Cilmer'stc.r Taliafprro and I Ie Ih C.ullhal Fund Grows. ; give no opportunity for evasion of
I i of the financial bill. The
r h: ;:,. ere. ompany in Jack'oandblad I J' Tanipa'6 carnival fund has reached was before the senate for report two taxes.: The following is the order 1

i? United States guy j beyond the $2,000 mark/ and still weeks, only four nearly issued by the comptroller general fix-
\ yet speeches
.stlhas were
i 1.: ) entered a most grows. The business men generally delivered it. ing February 1st as the day for the
,,, 'hWT'f the charges nail 9t I have responded splendidly in this mat. upon return of taxes:

Jd calling himself a tor, and the finance committed has : lUg Loan Authorized. ATLANTA, GA., March 5, 190).-

.' .,.1tj plQY of the govern I thus been relieved of a great deal of Tho house of commons, in committeeof ""Whereas the general tax act, approved -

..-{' }Kllrm a friend in Savan- ha." work. the whole Tuesday afternoon adopted December 22: 1898, requires
l' 1 kin .p'r6iC% ,ngninst the !I a resolution to authorize a loan of the governor, the comptroller generaland

} : siafist an4 : | o !:.000UOO ( ; the state treasurer
.. ; ITIH.I;," Suit I'.tl'onp.l. ; (3175,000,000)) to fix a day be-
.., .r.pnynp.ly uric acidf ti IWhlCh |I The damage cash at Tampa of Mrs. tween January 1st and April Is't of

... ..:2..,. ....... .) Is thO"rlc__ i i Lizzie (':\1"cw ?crr.lld the vlori-,,: Cen- tt'JIILLIN MAKES APPOINTMENTS.Tenne each of the ;years 1899 and 1900 as a

._ "i"_ : n the cigar |
&M'.' ,,L" Root | ngai This is a s..it Ly >:rs. Carew. Democrntle Onrernor Give day shall not be fixed until March 1st
"" Wlfy3 of Tampa. A I| for S2,009: j Two 1'lacTo ICepul>lle n+. of each of the years mentioned (
to: property as
'. j iianiag; j provided
bye It |r sued a cir nan -
,. wtd.u, thh 7i.:. .:...t .ju" ;,-, tl all: ,\as I : A Nashville dispatch says: Governor by the act approved December
'. ". ". 'l' advance it'at'fertarers i | .lig'1111\Iifi iu the CHS: ', Durban U. McMillin has announced that he Las 20,1898)):
pro1riey t : ; decided to appoint T. Marshall It is, therefore ordered.
Fletcher of J'tct-ocxille! : was appointed i ,i police That the
.. 0, : h have I referee, and ue .- tak+..'; testimony commissioner and Clement Wood worth first day of February, 1900, be, and
hbIish ample iu tho, case. to the board of public works of Chatta the same is, hereby fixed and desig
and Both are Republicans aid nated as the day for
:, a .. nooga. succeed making returns of
#,.. I retiring Republicans. taxes for the year 1900 hereby regnir-
7 "vAn
'nI' Ocala correspoi-.Ien states that }, ing the values of all owned
.'" -11be banker is I Slot Machines Must property
'" ,, a prominent .AIuntzv; rjry. Go. and possessed on that day to be the
ta de oI ithe : afting as a promoter to g=-uKthe I Chief Justice Nicholls in the Lou basis of said tax returns.

'.r.";,. .? Florida lime l>'rr.rs j 'o. a a. jicate, isiana supreme court, has handed down Witness our official signatures this

ta !' factory that will I and to this end is end en1 oiu.t' buy an opinion declaring the right of theI I the 5th day of March, 1900.

.. "20,000 boxes: a up their plants. Ire hns mair n stiff city council of New Orleans to pass an A. D. CASPLER, Governor.

tJi selves lode cash ,offer for the Kendrik works, and I ordinance prohibiting the operation cf ,,"Y. A. WRIGHT, Comp. Gen.
IG. .concern. is after others. slot machines.
,' w. J. SeztR, State Treasurer.
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p i*: SAYS CUBANS I I NOT YET. WHIPPED tae: Poacher's Dog. -.- Born a Clown. .-,; .

The succiful .
professional poacherIs
KM "Did you eve hear of the Joke whIch '
a fellow r keen observation." He
got Dan Rice, the most famous of all [ I Look
} has a complete comprehension of animated !- r i
the circus clowns, his Job under the .
WILL REVOLT nature, of woodcraft, and of
Filipino Insurgents Determinedto canoesP' asked an old-timer.
how changes in the weather affect the "
o-what was It? o
Carry On the Struggle customs of his quarry. Discarding the "Dan, while still in his teens, appliedto Years ?
,,tt gun, which has the disadvantage, un- v
a circus for a position. 25
less it be an air one, of betraying his

'ii Tennesseean Just From Island AMERICAN OFFICIALS ARE SUSPICIOUSMany presence, he chiefly relies on nets and the" 'What salary do you want?' asked ( ,

manager. "
his dog. The breed of dog-commonly
j' Predicts 'Eight hundred dollars a night,' replied -
Trouble a cross between a greyhound and a col Younger

4. i. 1 f Supposedly Loyal Native Sympathize lie-is called "lurcher." In additionto Dan. :
"Tell you what I'll do, said the
t.I'm*, With Rebels and Proveto having the speed of the one parent,
and the "nose" and intelligence of the manager. '

:.' : TO BEGIN WITH ELECTION DAY Be Tralton. other, a lurcher has more stamina thana 'Well, speak quick,' returned Dan. I am now seventy-two years

"t" greyhound, never gives tongue, and I'm losing time.: of age and my hair b as dark as
Reports reach the Associated Press will usually retrieve. In frosty weather 'I'll give you $4 a week.: it -vc

from a lurcher bred from a staghound is 'All right,' said Dan; 'it's a go.: "- was tweaty years ago. I
On the Other various
:\ i Hand General Wilson sources, including army
l preferred, as It has harder feet than a Atlanta Journal.A People say I look at least that
>: ;,: Declares That officers and the heads of commercial ,
; Islanders Are
dog of the greyhound breed. The ter- much younger than I am. I

Satisfied and Serene. houses with agents throughout the islands rier lurcher, being apt to bark, is of Wonderful Germ-Killer. would be bald
entirely or snow-
w : of continued activity among the little use to the poacher. Skin diseases,such .i tetter, eczema,

insurgents who to The training of these dogs Is of a ringworm, salt-rheum, or anything of white if it were not for your 1 ,
are endeavoring
i .. A Nashville dispatch says: Colonel very high order as upon it almost en- the kind, are cured by Tetterine. It Hair Vigor." Mrs. Anna '
keep alive the armed opposition to the kills the and the skin becomes
Frank M. Gardenshire, a prominent tirely depends the poacher's success, germs, Lawrence III. Dec.
United States and Its is well estab- Chicago, :
are planning to con- healthy. efficacy
citizen of Chattanooga, well known and often his safety.: Here Is an actual fft
tinue the insurrection with guerrilla incident. A poacher on the hunt for lished. Hundreds'! of testimonials can 22, I < _
over the state, has just returned from I be shown J. T. Savannah
warfare on a larger scale when the hares hnd set his net at the gate of by Shuptrine, -
.Y :
; a trip to Havana. Gardenshire in an the field. Motioning his dog to range, Ga. Send 50o. for a box post-

: f interview, predicts an uprising on the. rainy season begins.A he was surprised at his refusing to do paid if your druggist doesn't keep it.

., I day of the Havana municipal election I. person holding a position second so. Growling, it crouched at Its mas Prison Doomed. Is YoursSnowwhite -
Newgate .
I this month. He says: only to that of the governor general ter's feet. Ills suspicions aroused, the .

; "In my opinion there will be serious tells the Associated Press he is con- poacher, glancing back, discerned the The last execution at Newgate Prison ?

trouble in Havana on the day of elec- vinced that the insurgent organizationhas burly figures of two keepers stealthily the most famous In the world, the :j

tion. I have several personal friends been remarkably rehabilitated dur- creeping up behind the hedge at the theme of Thackeray and Dickens, Is to j .i "

in Havana, and this seems to be the ing the past month, particularly in opposite side of the road. Seeing they be torn down to make room for the jl .
There is around
: impression among them."According the northern provinces. He fays the were observed, the keepers sprang new Central Criminal Court. New no getting .

{ to a late regnlation.pro- insurgents have a secret organization over the hedge, but. thanks to the time- gate has a right to be famous. It was such a testimonial as this. You r '

t mul gated by General Wood and other I It patterned after the Katipunan meth- ly warning of his lurcher the poacher, first built in 10SG by the Bishop of : can't.read: it over without being "" :' .

authorities, 60 per cent of the voters ods, even in the strongest garrisoned I making good use of his legs, effectedhis London. After Dick Whlttington's convinced. These do '"

t' will be disfranchised. Under the recent towns'!, affording perfect means of communication I escape, minus his poaching Imple death It was rebuilt for the second I persons 3I : ._

t order the qualifications of a voter and that the machinery is I ments.!"! On account of the use to which time and an effigy of Whittington and not !misrepresent, for their testimonials tj i

1 -> were that he must be able to read and managed from Manila, some of the the lurcher is put It Is looked on with his cat placed on top. It has since I are all unsolicited.Ayer's ),; 4

write and own $250 worth of property. leaders being Filipinos pretending to reproach yet this creature is often a been many times rebuilt, but never became I Hair Vigor restores :1.IJ.' .

This rule was advocated by the Span- be supporters of the American administration perfect model of animal beauty, and In a desirable home.PVTIIAS .1 ;..;Io'

iards and the more intelligent classesin and many of the municipal intelligence and capability Is inferior color to guy hair: vo'y lira: ; "Jil' (. I.
FADELESS Dxxa fast to )
Havana. The regulation almost governments installed by the army I to no other breed.-Chambers's Jour- sunlight, washing and rubblag. Bold by And it is \7ondr.r-Li i .; Y.i (0 5 4 --' .

shuts out the average run of natives, forming part of the machinery.Two nal. all druggists. the hair, making i* grc,: rfw :, .'f? -

and many of them declare that if theyare correspondents of leading Truth Accident. i I

not permitted to vote in the elec- American weeklies who have traveledfor Wrong Way to Adrertise.! "The marriage tie By is the proper tie," !said and heavy and k-:ri.;g soft. J ..,., Zr y"r't: I .

tion there will be some throat cuttingon a month in Bengnel and Ilocos Street boardings, covered with flashy the popular clergyman, as he read to the reporters and glossy I all the! titer. It t :.

election day. with letters insurgent chiefs, going posters, are as much a nuisance in the the Monday choice newspaper extracts from. biB sermon for also an elegant dressing. ... bj'j 1 ; !

"The people from the outside coun- alone fifty miles from garrisons and I city as the rocks and trees defaced The marriage tie Is the property," was : 1"t .

try are now moving into Havana, and being everywhere hospitably received, with hideous painted signs are on railroad tho Town sentence Top.C9.as it appeared In print.-N. Y. $1.90 a bottle.! AllIJLfl.ii erszgWa: ; : .- )."-, 2'"'4'iI" 'J''J't
all want offices. Some of them are say the people make no secret of their lines. The place for Rdverti-e- Mamiiw KB.11 iWrite '"

fighting for places on the police force, sympathy with the insurrection. Al- ments is in a I aper, not on a fence. Take LAxATIVE To Cure BROUO a Cold QCISISB in One TABLETS.Day. All Ihcdesire .- .' 1......... -ro- .."o'

r while there are just twelve candidatesin though admitting that the Filpino soldiers I doubt whether the posters do drueel: t4 refund the money If it alls to cure. Liv-"oo. 1'., 1 ,.. '"
E. W. GROVB'S signature Is on each box. 25c. It you do n..toita'. <." tee rte netts y. ; .. ,
the for '! abuse them still advertisers' J
race mayor. they protect auy good; they seem ; rom the use>" .' cyorwri. .;j"r
"The natives seem to hate our sol these soldiers from the American scouting more likely to repel than to at- A War l xpert. the Dn<-tPrRboutit. }** **' teU.ouj" .- '1.

diers worse than the Spaniards, but parties. They claim to have com tract business I'atronage. There Although lie has no admiration man of mighty keen deeds, bu thought book cj thing iy"to ('i.''I..",*,- .,
the impression prevails among the munication with aguinaldo. Pateruo, should be a city ordinance to prohibit He can pronounce my the names he; reads request i it .L'C 'r .
officials at Havana that the Cubans in the northern mountains of Manila, I j I the disfigurement of our streets. Look, And knows Just what the war maps mean. T>r .J 4 '. swell' S&.. tr, .';j" 'j"\' .
: 0
would in engage in rows among them is full of civil and mititary officials of I for example, at the ugly signboardfence Washington! .. Star. l"9op..z.- : -- +.><'i2'o'4"" ,' -;

selves the minute the troops are with- all ranks of Aguinaldo's government that :Mr.: Elbridge T. Gerry has 4! ma 'II
drawn. In fact, so far as I could see, who were captured or surrendered and I erected around the ruins of the Windsor i vo. }
the and who here and released I hotel thus adding another horrorto 'Jom:
gardening farm work is being were brought TtLrc7 : *
N0TMWi I tA. Ac e
; done by Chinamen. I on promises to refrain from agitation. I Ii those of the fatal fire. I hope that ;_; ., Iul.. .. $

SATS CUBANS ARE SATISFIED I i I While many of tho insurgent mnni- the Herald will continue its crusade .a. .: .-" ,."'.''. '' _., .:.. .,-t but t'". t1. n 1.

cival officers were continued in office 'I against such unsightly and offensive fl "p ,: "f': ;: .., .;!. 1\1 lhp brJbt B ; ; ."- :.; ,
s .
Generel James II. Wilson I '. y i ..
J military on taking the oath of allegiance, resi- attempts at publicity.N. Y. Town ti*. gC'l 1 ".'-] -1t. pnctlee'J[ V.r item '\,. ..;i .J' .J

>i! governor of the department of Matan- dents who are acquainted with them Topics.An t'. R', .' :: -i>,."' Kw a dollar or .... ,.' ;' it ,'f'.

. j zas-Santa Clara, in the course of an interview have little faith in their adherence to T-".. :.-. f s g..r (.. 'e.> I-1 foxi",and yon might <:4 ''ait9 r:.
Italian paper purporting to give .*.!.:' j-* U.--J' s .-' t : L'if it ever occur to ,; fj.
their '
regarding Cuban affairs, said promises. All the civil officialsof O Y'.Ml., { 01. toO
statistics of nil canonizations and > '.., '- .
"" ,
to the correspondent of the Associated I Tarlac, capital of the province of : q '+aP UILLBUOGY tt- 'J. '. .' .w r
beatifications !since" the year 1500 \ n .
Press now in Matanzas: I that came, numbering eleven persons '"'- ... .
shows that there have been no saintsin ; =: ":--- ="' ,
"Trouble is absolutely out of the have been arrested and charged with (
Ireland ale' I. .. '"
England or Scotland from -
The future I and two havo been ----"::::;- t J.'fICtl
question. depends largely plotting, insurgents
that date. : .)"h.g '
4I C r. .c; 'J' ., r"
npon agricultural prosperity, and : captured Malabon: with incriminating : : 's : .

where work is plentiful, wages are I parers and $4,000 collected from Our Increase of Insanity.Much .- .. ..'...'f' > -'.\J' C 1 4 rwilt "o'tr 1 : .
dlscusMon has been :.lJ\:_ :, ;, : .d r':=}li) ,: ( ptur .1st lq
good and a country is prosperous, no I the natives. aroused lately by .,
sensible man wishes to niter condi I Some of the municipal governments rate the alarming of living increase is the cause of Insanity.lo-sUned.Our In high the market--h..l..I.i.'y 11.1. : Hrnc"i is I,""-_.\.g .. -' y \,\":.f'.. 't/ ;
tibns. If sugar goes to the United I appear loyal and efficient. On the lect rush their for money bodes,until b th the men breakdown anti women neg I, t ftto.f..4.r..tIe. ...... ..K." on'-, fpua.! nt'/t

States free or nearly so, there will be I other hand, one American general de- I The Ubtwar tu preserve h-ilth Is by a comes.faith- can inic:' f' .','.!il yn I ::: r:t' 2 t'!11!."'J I 13 or'tIt.' Dtll.i n toW ,

such an influx of capital and of immi : clares that he believes the majority in ful me <>f Ilo+ltHter's t-tomii! Bitters By i I it l'l AJexanEfcf .t fiomc.fori'th -:-; .
I curing all!
stomach ills this
gration as would render Cuba ere long 'I his' province are agents of the insur- | no'vons breakdown. It U also remedy an excellent prevents r'.d ;: -re'. tifW t\.'. ::'\ ; Lrw weeks before ;l a Vir., for s.--7 G

>: one of the richest and most prosperous rection. I mtdlilne for constipation, Jyspejali and : ;
I biliousness. ta: K-h and ness trip to ] ;
j n Batapre
- quanta;
countries in the world. A fresh issue of insurgent pamphletsis i qucu.-/ (
.J/. H.
: "The cattle industry yields enor- I being circulated! assenting that the On the Other I...*{*. > thci of well WnghtA"1"'. .
? : j judicious use br
,y phis wholesale Pahlt- ;
Mrp. Renter-Hut have ; ..1
" mous profits, particularly as respects American promises of good government i:, r'ept. you given me i;o I i i iMr. .rl ; 1"

.. working cattle, which can never be re-I are merely a matK for commercial : : CollftH'i.ttoriiAkh: v- l eI- 'ndg I j biLic-rd fcrtiiizeis. No fertiKifr a\Vueps.a ir;.. +;' .W

placed by mules, because the exploitation cf tho Philippines, !i: on iY y"urhotlf't'n. 'lowt Toting. tty not to bar u-triete.- I : Lee j Jt' h ;{

conditions are better adapted to cat- I quoting Senator Beveridgr.'s speech : i f. \Tcgetables can.prodl' .1 days witirhisV'\f'; Jlr' .r: .(
tle. Coffee, timber and fruit also of-I j and an editorial froru Washington : The Kent 1'rexrrlptlon for ( lund !'- _0 -'r.. =:fF..I ro.Jet. ,; '_ _...'''
> Fever u a bottle of OI.OVK'S "", :l1.1rrpeld unless it toro 4 j
fer inducements to headed "Let C's Hon r"
great capitalists, i newspaper ot: CHIILTOMC 5La5 Jo
It 1:1 simply iron tn4 : nine in rat
l and tobacco planting yields almost est." a ta 'elen-" Uim. No cure-uopay.. i'tice.IACKThe :.,c. I I 1 east 8% Pouish. !S'uds or \j'W ";'; .?
immediate returns. The trial of tr>* guerrilla charged ; .d titer- ( r! ,
;; Sungava'
I : trolley car I cnn> dot. n on wss I ''' y .
"I don't consider that the immediate with murder iq finished and it i, be- 1 full of uiMiiru. It made me feel "k. 'unI our books, which fUf"i"
future of Cuba depends chiefly lieved the coLitiissiou'verJift: vill Le i grec.Ilt'1.Aotcrt -"' .i arrived
upon I );
:\Jar'--I "d your seat contested, 4 r.T-\. \ I 4 'rf
school, roadmaking, improved sanita- guilty. lctiauss! ag dust! others ..t ut' n icpcs.'Ihere : information. We'r-'\''i'd", made .

( tion or judiciary reform, although, of have been prepare-1.: I : ; By 1\\ 1..
I iAmtre"' CatariU In tf.U "oecticn! of the free of J ,.
course, these things are of vary great I No l(>port Jn: < b"' en received fiom i f'f,intry thin all 'her dlt.ab put tP -..thf'-. charge. -ued his intiVi,! ;Ir
importance. The best thing the I General Bite'\'!' pedition. He has i j and until tU. : last few yt.irg was 5111'1'enl to beI _. ( en |!. that 'r ;-r: "
I lin-urnble For great D f tLc ;
nnny <.1W'wrsIrollunf'f'
I United States can do for Cuba and I probably! m Ted inland, where communication 1 i! It a locil disease and yIrs'ibed Gi PM4N KALI f prI- : ri Ii.

the Cubans is to give every opportunity with him is icipiacticab'.e.! Ivt'a n-iptdles UL.il by constantly failing tocurt' I '.ft to take -A ; am .:..; .
with 1'K-al treatment 93Nassaust.: .d I '
...- for improving the value of the I The army throughout the island of i! l'1C'n'e ha jiro\en pronnuno'1"atarr. to I i;>e in.curable. a : e{e' n..; ....,. :. .

.lto.ej. land by putting it to the best use In I Luzon is "orking, scouring the country constitutional.'.on8tltuUo' tr"disiiisand"'Tiont. HallV therefore('ati.nh r" quirt cure, AGENT! AGEl: 11,1 was i i:1 tccm,: ,":.;,
l1 'm. ; .
1'4 .. this way capital could do an immense i for insurgents and killing! a few : inauufact.ired by K, .1 heney i Ci Toledo The r&DJe.t.D 1&J& 1 amount of good here, as well as get i daily. The! s :ctr>o from Manila to Ohio Is tho oi.'y' n 1 spent Sunc I ands ;
market It Is t\kt-D Interually 'n d.sra from D' h,
1-. ded1c.f8.: largo returns. I suggest supplying Dagupan has titan tuumughly: cleared, 10 drops to tenspoimfnl.. It aot U.rei-tl/ rnl\ f.the pal 0 an aft CI ,

,. cattle for working purposes on a i the scouting pi'tiei", being unable to the bloc and mw' U5\ surfaces II: tht. system, or La 'o n J' .eole att.I, gene d.f
'ihey t.iler one tindred dollars for ,
e inter case (, fer $
:,_ ? basis, accepting regular rates'! of I find any iuaurgrsiGeneral Fn::- it f.ills to cart. Send tor clr.lars Sri test I J : h' ; ibr
? .
",. est, which should be about 1 per cent ston and Cc-lcrei! 1tielaan took 200 mor.lVs. Adlic-sK. 4 ril''Y i Co ,Tr/'.eduU. 1 'Q ,ea'. /1. ;. (.ct" la-.e @ .}. t9' \ ..;:
i :Sold >>y I>r'iir.'1e'K M: .} l.'I!t r Gairesvil .,i
per month. Cattle can be landed here I men through tho -'uitiirs to Baler, ': Hall's Family I'llla are the best. y Ip :"--l'1htJ'rlL' -co-... }:.'. .Fir... .
:e- at a cost of $70 a yoke, which, once 'i on the eastern coa*<. without meeting I 1 -, -- ---- y'e I 1 Re e.8 tier'r', .. n w
I rnuM not t nlonithoiit Fia'i .
n> Q
t, here, would bring more than $150. an insurgent. But they are active : for{'on-tnptton.Ital'cty< c'1ree.-'ir,s.('f 4- ,""Ar.ert's' 'fn"... -d"I.v. r -.orfJlng. r ..
"Large numbers of working cattle i, along the northern cast: from Dagu- :\!OtLTOe..lb"II&. )l'I... (lCIOr.t : o1e ._ f'rIlJt fo AA1 :k rn.--'v..c: : .

are required by reliable and hard- 1: pan to Aparri. Occasional reports 1 "IT.LI'I io.r, dertitate.l! ortxh'ius*,.',j enrol... ; IL_BLts1ILNG 1/ d 4 l) ) -'

..c;' woking men who are anxious to obtain '1 come of au American ,M--iier! being by Dr. Kliif 's ltrtgoatlag: Tonic -rc LslUlalbottlt'trr.eeek ,1WD ft C .

.;:$ { them. Were I a man of twenty-five, i killed or disappearing. In the south- Ld,9-Arch M I'tll:.>.1-' tr.\tlJ1'TIt';-ii.x K.'':lll Ir.hnar e.l W.,1 LJ .U1eGr ., ,;.;
\h 9",' and I skr/uld I ern provinces the insni ats continue
with energy some capital, | : --- ---,- $3_8 a5 o\\ '

''' ( certainly look upon Cuba as one of J to harrass the American garrisons bv. Mrs. iVlnsloa't. >...'.'rL'S'xah'ngr&:',rts. "i',:-,!.',.r.o:.>l-r "gildenteethtr.g .IL.t,u.. I '- V orh Siess:'\ 'r -. .

j t' the best places to accumulate wealth." i i night demonstrations. : t1uu uttys intl., as ead ce.l" :.!.;<:. a oottll' .'1' l
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1 Get;c I I
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CROXJE AT SIMONS TOWN. BOGUS "CAPTAIN COJIJUTTi: J JMnyes I 1 "1.. .. .,' i It ......j,t \.rtor.,*' said; A. caste cr..Ii.d "h,_ .
Cat', '.v. I 13 00-l _- frI1aJI
\" .... : '
lluller Reports That Supplies Are Entering I Bound Over to Federal Court tor I :'1 ..\J. ,, : ,1 "f ti' c. ''I:.' rly diamond li oetfthty to. f .. !'

Impersonating Government Officer. r Of hav1. ANa _
Lady mlth. 1I0lfq ?
-:- : ::: ran d'
Advices from Cape Town state that Julius Moyse, who married Miss mi71.4; the C01l .

Gen. Cronje and his party arrived at Bertha Warken, at New Orleans,under .*1jic-I n c e Lnsr I severs

the name of "Captain" Clark, was fAST da. in, ano to J; .

Simons Town Friday. Cronje was I tried before Commissioner Craig of I WII / ,, ,tr. three 0 d ;=:: 'S-jr-i- **
"Sir Frederick COUGH SYRUP .r
received by General the United States court, on the chargeof (.>yet vrou'd bo adJi "Qlr.w..4 .

Forestier-Walker and a representative impersonating a government officer. Cures Croup and WhoopingCoyghUaeicelc.1 I "- candidates and "-!?. '
of some{
., of Sir Alfred-Milner the governor committed to the court ?
He higher
./t was '\ ] for Consumptives. Gives} \annoyance the y' /: '
; o Cape Colony. under a bond of $1,000. Moyse says tuick, sure e ells. Refuse tubstitutea.t fa
ople ffe count .
)'s i A dispatch from General Buller was his father will sign his bond. : t J* t?*e Dtlioustuti. Trial,iWHLKE jorsct

? received at the war office in London p p5 l to a shojaoisafely"

Friday morning announcing that Boer Prisoners Numbered 4,660. s Ml tLSE f A

seventy-three wagon loads of supplies Sect Con i. Syri now entering Ladysmith. The The Boer prisoners surrendered at to tjnifu Sold by ctrneg1 t L ; r-of the conte ed,
r are .,:. ,
Paardeberg total 4,660 men. About elf ; y .. :
contain hospital up tl. t1? I

comforts.first ejeven wagons I 3,000 of them were sent to Cape Town. ,I .!on ... .' ;,'.. at the .ca-\jdeei r". ,,_ '.

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Senator Davis, of Minnesota, Offers Are Cured byHood's

Amendment to the Porto
Kohlsaat of Chicago Times-
Rican Tariff Bill. .

1 Senator Davis, of Minnesota offeredan Herald Speaks Out. d
Republicans Accomplish a Surprising Coup ;
I. amendment to the Porto Rican bill Sarsaparilla

: 'rt In the House and Consternation Ensues. in the senate at Monday's session. Ita SAYS THAT THE PRESIDENT IS WRONG z

effect is to have the tariff laws of the : r

United States applied to Porto Rico "I wu troubI.cl., c t'

i A BILL RUSHED THROUGH since the evacuation of Porto Rico by upon foreign imports, and allow absolute "'art)*. Action On Porto Rican Tariff It Purifies find blotches began on my hthC :', 1 V;
Hill In the Home Will Prove a Hood'.
; the Spanish forces on October 18, l free trade between the United "' 8 n. L'' '. 1
1898, to January 1, 1900, or that shall Boomerang." the Blood. taktDgOneotu..
States and Rico. He also I w
I It hereafter be collected under existinglaw Porto pro- MIlS entirely ETHEL eurec!." t

It Empowers President to Expend shall be placed at the disposal of poses a. new section as follows: The Chicago TimesHeraldwhose Clarksburg,Maaa.Miii*. Y' Vr

Revenues of Porto Rico For the president to be used for the government For the purpose of this act the following proprietor is as close to President :. humor"My brother had a '
In his .
and benefit of Porto Rico provisions of the constitutionof blood .
Benefit of Islanders. until otherwise provided by law, and the United States are hereby extended McKinley as any man in the country, Cures' which frightful broke Borwi.out Ue|&

the revenue herein referred to, already and made applicable to Porto Senator Hanna not excepted, printsan began taking Hood's

collected and to be collected under existing Rico: editorial headed, "Under the Great All Eruptions. Sawaparllla and It permanently .
'. President McKinley sent the following The shall have to cured him. x
laws, are hereby appropriatedfor congress power Wrong to Porto Rico," warning the n. L. ELLIS Mount
special message to congress Friday the purposes herein specified out lay and collect! taxes, duties, imports ., Laurel. N.J.
,t recommending that all the revenue of moneys in the treasury not otherwise and excises, to pay the debts and provide president and the Republican party "My little boy had a. }
that defeat awaits them in Novemberif large
appropriated." for the common defense and gen- scrofula sore on
. ti collected on importations from the EXPLAINED BY MB. CANNON. eral welfare of the United States; but a change is not made in the policy Eradicates a his bottle.leek.of I purchased

t 1 I island of Porto Rico since the :Mr. Cannon said there was no reason all duties imports and excises shall be towards Porto Rico. After saying : and Hood's It Cured&rsnparllla -

4 evacuation of the island by Spain to make an extended argument in uniform thoughout the United States. that the bill only passed the lower Scrofula. I take Hoo
to than support of the bill. The brief message No capitation or other direct tax house of congress because the president spring tonic." Mm ,
l amounting more $2,000,000should Mrssrz\ SPEn
of the president, he said, coveredall shall be laid, unless in proportion to personally urged several repre- viI/e./ N. Y.
I be placed at the disposal of the the points necessary to justify the the census or enumeration hereinbefore sentatives to vote for it, the editorial

I .". president for the relief of the island. passage of the bill. It appropriated directed to be taken. proceeds: Mether Angered at Neasenslcal SlnfL -

,k' "To the Senate and House of Representatives all the money in the treasury collected I No tax or duty shall be given by any Thus was the grievous blunder com A Yale Summit girl recently played

Nt f ," : Since the evacuation of up to January 1, and such as shall be regulation of commerce or revenue to mitted. How grievous and tcruel jake en her mother, and this Is a
.. Porto Rico by the Spanish forces on hereafter collected on exports from the ports of one state over those of an- with what dire possibilities, not onlyto how It happened. She

a Uhe 18th of October, 1838:: the United Porto Rico for the benefit of the peo other; nor shall vessels: bound to or the Republican party but to the found a love letter that her accidentally father had

.t States has collected on products com- ple of the island. from one state be obliged to enter country neither congress nor the president written to Jicr mother !In the .iI
)3g from that island to the ports oft Mr. Cannon explained that the sugar clear or pay duties in another. I could have foreseen. But they' of their halcyondays ',4
courtship. She
;, ;.. the' T'ritpd. States the duties fixed by and tobacco piled up in Porto Rico con- must realize now that the tariff sectionin letter to bee mother, read the .town ",
;; substituting
t: the Df ,' 'j act and amounting to trolled by the sugar and tobacco trusts GOOD ROADS COSVE TIOY. the Porto Rico bill has aroused a name and that of her lover. her
\;0' ;-. $2,09jy455"i3!) will continue to collect which was awaiting shipment to this storm throughout the country that mother ravtfl with The
I 4r "M und-r stld h.'.? until congress shall country would be shipped to the Uni- \vlil Meet In Orlando, Florhlx. On March will not down. foot In disgust nnger, stampedher
_. I .t'1 :..otherwise(1h act. Although I had the ted States if this bill passed and that 22d-A Call Issued. "Jf congress and the president persist forbidding her
daughter to have
"\'t',. 4 ewer, antI having in mind the best every dollar of duty paid by these The committee recently appointedto in their present course nothingcan who would anything to do witha
man such
[&- ..; So' crests of the people: of the island, trusts would be devoted to the storm perfect arrangements for holding a save the Republican party from nonsensical !
stuff to The
t girl. then
.e -"' <' il, to modify unties on goods and swept and starving inhabitants of the state good roads convention in Orlando defeat next November. girl gave
the letter her
\ ...dI", ; pro.' Jcts entering into Porto Rico, II island. (Republican applause.) Fla., consisting of representatives "It will surely cost them the houseof the house to Lecame mother to read and
J.t Vp'.e_ did ot have th \ to remit "You have been crocodile representatives, and it cost so suddenly quiet
I .1 .... ...- : power ort shedding from the city council, board of trade, may b:11"
she could the snowflakes
uu/clil'; duties c*. Porto Rican products tears, he concluded. "Now come up I county commissioners, Democratic them the presidency. Worse than !
., \ coming ...to the! ports. of the and vote for this bill, every man of I committee, have issued the following any of these possibilities, it may involve la the back ym1.-Sllltsbury Press.
\ /)3' 'CCTnU tf} States. y ou. (Renewed applause.) I call: the election of Bryan, with all
S.l.lm "D. "
';;,.. ,";i\ \"ln-view of the pressing necessity Mr. Bailey, of Texas, replied to Believing that every citizen and ev- that that implies. : Checks.

(. .v.: \ f"TimTia'ate! revenue 'in Porto Rico Mr. Cannon and evoked a round of ery industry within the state of Florida "But one course is open to the Re- American soldiers In the Philippines
'\ ;;;;l::;4 conducting the government there, Democratic applause by his first sec are vitally interested in public publican party. Let it face the sit- are all wearing "dog che<:ks." A dog

J' "t.J J*-for tbe extension of public educa- tence. If he had known when the' highway, and being fully convinced uation with the only spirit that can check Is a medal! about the size of.afl

\ <- ;and in view also c* the provis- unanimous consent was submitted that I of the benefits to be derived from discussion compel respect in the presence of a .Uar, with the volunteer's name,

Vrl legiekHon: just ins ..rurated by the bill placed at the absolute disposalof and conference over this important stupendous and humiliating wrong. rofiment and company stamped on It

Chouse of ispresenttu--':., and for the president $2,000,000 now in the question, a state good roads "Let it acknowledge the mistake and It la hung ou a leather! string around

:'Lase of making the riaciple treasury and an indefinite sum here convention is hereby called to be held make haste to regain popular confi- the neck, ami serves to Identify the

:adjed in that legis'atioi'! aiJt1ii ca- after to be collected, he said, he would j i j in Orlando on March 22 and 23 1900. dence by undoing the contemplatedwrong dead and WO Jl1lad. 3
he immediate past as ".ell: !J ar1meuwte '> himself have taken the responsibility The county commissioners of each to Porto Rico. -' .
i METEB-Ai>J the horse ran ,eh?
futute, I recommct:." I of objecting. He would never consent I of the several counties have been re- "There is! no shame in retreating He couldn't have beeu well broken.away 1+

above fnm. so collected, anJereafter he said, to turn over to the dis- quested to oppoint one or more dele from the verge of A precipie before H&YEB-Ho wasn't but should -;

". :> collected under ei:: j I notion of one man money in the gates. Cities, towns, boards of trade, taking the lest irretrievable step. The have seen tha sleigh.-N.; you Y. Town !:

I..hatl. wit.IH'ilt waiting fort t.-oasury. I bicyle clubs and other organizations only salvation for the Republicanparty Topics.
\ c* 0-e j'ene -ul iegialatinl Mr. Cannon moved the previous will send delegates. Arrangements is through the gate that gives :'
..- ;Ala f.) the Porto Rico bill and free trade to Porto Rico.
\ { Ilv'roiJriuted r I question on are being made for practical expert The country
<<. or tee island. I this prevailed! on a standing vote of discussion of good highways generallyand looks to President :McKinley to rise

: ,1" 1 *h-tAM" : M'KlN..FT. 143 to 110 A yea and nay vote fol- the following topics will form interesting to the full stature of statesman who WorkingWomen

I t' March 2, 1900." !it i".ved. topics for dicnssion: dares to acknowledge: a mistake and

1- Mr. Bailey'r motion to commit the Best plans and methods of construc- undo a wrong."
bill vas :lost by "q3 to 149. The vote tion. How shall! funds be raised for

HArt;1 with P.ohousv was then ti'iei by: yeas and nays on road building. Bicycle i paths, their COLONIALS ENGAGE liOERS.
GAL tnd I IVl.1" the pr;"snpje cf th.:: bill and resulted16S construction with public highways.

-Ilisae. CC11C'tnt t:) 1G7. The bis now goes to the Improvements of streets in towns and A Fierce Sunday Battle In Which Briton

tb 1t '_.. !-.. &. t.. bill to senate. villages. What is the best materialfor Were Victor.
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r., this Advices from Dordrecht, Cape Colony fire Invtt&sl to
\ available in the state? wr/fo to
:; .{ purpose
!. p' TO IJEL : TilL HIKERS.ICepreaeiitative .
An effort is under date of Sunday, March 4,
'. J .. being to secure the Mrs. Ptnltham for free
-r agreed -- --
J' stated that
1 .. <<.tl'. General Brabant's colonial
.. of General Stone Hon.V. .
"' -grand'ob de- :IJobe'ls of rateachn.ettIutcrtIuce. e presence Roy ,
division, after a night's march attacked advice ahvvt hair health.
I. a hilt.t I \ L. Wilson, of the United States ,
'Fried ,,
\t Cvr .ai9o4I. : will t[ A Washington dispatch fays: The department agriculture, and other the Boers in a strong position at LaBascbagne's Mrs. Plnkham Is a woman
? Nek
O'Q ..-\1.7'- .\th |I l lynching of Q.lh<: upgro :postmaster: at I men of national icputatiou to attend. Dordrecht to Jamestown.The on the. road from .
; I Lake City, 'h C;:., :'u: IHjS. was made
pheI If
I tho of SOUTHERN PKOUKEfcS.Th" engagement proceeded with you havo painful
I subject a special joint resolution! ; :
great vigor and the Boers
ir.t"r.i Weed in 0)1'e 'nor.se Friday >>y : gradually periods, backaches or
ejl Itepies.ent.itl: 6 1.1f'! t", Itepu'-lican: \ Various! :New InduHtries Ktibliglied retired before the British shell fire any cf &> More> serious
from three
ol ;Massiclius-.t'-. li provides as fol ,, the I'ast week. positions. A heavy rifle Ills of women write to
r lows The more important of the new in- fire was exchanged where the British ,

: ;'' ,"Wherea-: :11 ur about the 21dt of3jruaiy r i dustries reported for the past week include were engaging Boers on the right Mrs. PlnSdisan; she has

1 *: lf ., '00 or rage ftiued : an asbestos goods factory in Vir- flank. helped multitudes. Your
-,. ri rlroi. ujiu ana Ki'lcd tho post- tfjjia; brick and tile works in North By evening General Brabaut's ad- letter wUJ bo sacredly
rot Carolina; a broom factory in South vance had been most satisfactory. confidential
"ij at Lake_ \J!!;', S. C., and one oLlily .c ,
: anu 'Aonnded( several oihorsAn Carolina; brown stone quarries in After marching and bivouacing over

b..itjd al! their property; North Carolina; a carriage factory and nignt the force reached the strong en- Lydlaz. Plnkham's ".

I 0. --- 'coal mines in Kentucky; two cotton trenched positions which they occupiedand Vegetable Compound Is j ,.:

.ackiTitat saiil family i> in a i' mills! in Alabama one in Georgia, now hold, the Boers being on the known whfJl.svor the Eng-

t' d ,f'tituto'vIldilion with, three each in North Carolina. and opposite hill. Ueh language is spoken.
1 South Carolina two in Texas The British remained in the
t \ ; a cottoni captured -
doeccssaries of 1 WI.! : ; t\ ere
15 i: oil mill in Texas; an electric positions, although the Boers Nothing eJso can possibly

t thl i jy the senate and i-onse o f'1 light nun power company in North brought two guns into action and bo so sore to help suffering -
.: Carolina; a fertilizer: factory in Virginia made determined efforts to retake
=-= the Unit.-.l :)tflte o i wit! ion. Ho othereacdclna
et ; flouring mills in Georgia, Lou- them. The British losses are six
... 'res5 assembled, TLati has
....., ... dollars per month is i i3iana, Texas and West Virginia; a tilled and eighteen wounded. helped so
1 foundry and machine in many.Romombor.
*ed out of any money shop Virginia;
J the "United States two furniture factories in North Carolina JUIHJE; HAS CONTEST CASE. this when

tLk ..i\lropriated, to bo im- :,i ; acetylene gas works in Virginia; something also Is
----**"-T the relief of ; an ice factory in Tennessee; knitting Court Take. the Kentucky Gubernatorial sug-

'\.'c ',Maki -::''tributed un mills in Florida, Georgia. and North Matter and Keierveo Decision. &estedmBSrs.
,; ;ntherltions: as may''' Caruliiia; lumber mills in Georgia, Argument in the suits to determine Plt lch m's address -

; "Y t i a4master gel't i: Louisiana, North Carolina! and Virj the rights of the rival claimants for Is Lynn, Sffass

: ., ".. ... !. ,1MrrL t : j! giaa; a machine hop and mattress factory the office of governor was concludedat *
.N y'n' -y cur h,--- : in North Caiollua! ; a mosquito Louisville Saturday before Judge Haw bcfgitog Stand Is

-., --, ,. Cil oilf! Land.HeV.Introduced. :i. net factory iu Tenuuaee; u naval stores Field, who took the case under advisement. always oll :trashed to

.,: : a company in North Carolina; ochre and A decision is not expected suffering wetnon.
ndilf '\t; lard to the', ienna: mines in Georgia; paper mill for several days. When it is announced .

r'4 tha purpose of' in Louisiana; a petroleum company in L an appeal will be taken to r= (j
>, t" students at Mont ;vest Virginia; a Foap factory in South the state court of appeals. This, the .

...., f The bill provides i! Carolina; telephone: companies im Democrats claim, is the court of last

"- C.flCJictes for the j I FluIi111\ anti North Carolina; tobacco resort. The Republicans, however, :
'lfi.5'Po'." tt.15chool: at i i i factories in Kentucky, South Carolina will try to get the case before the m : ,

.'.'... t' ki' i .
.. y.r i noun, Tenn.) is against them.
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," .", .r.r-ef-\ISED' I I.R Argnnutit in (larkThe Ca;(>. CORKIN'.S MILITARY RECORD. ,
; :. Ntr Send and : .
rune address
------ your on
ccrnniitti-f electionsuPCidod a,
; senate on
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Senator l'etlllrpAd" Tor
{ CourtmnrtlnlDociiinrnM
postal, and will?
.e wend
icon. Bill. tlm argument. in the Mark or 1804. you our 1S6-J;

$" ble'ard b U '! o:. trade ', Ca'P shall \I'ppin o'J ibo iutu indtitit.1omier :! When the senate convened K1tu'dayIl' 2 w page illustrated ca-taloirue: free. :
... ." \ :Sem'jr; : lumnds\ and Mr.liirney -
c'" ? phaticl\i\y introduced sen"ate
Pettigrew and the
.,, : tIJ-oi;..; =ea bj C./n-I >vi'l:!t ir rkc: the arguments for (3 WINCHESTER R? EATli8 ARMS CO. i o
passed! a resolution instructing the | 176 Wt fh iter Ares.ue. III,-.. '
-. ;: i Porto I the memo: o'i 4, ami fcrtr Sacc.torj of Haven: Conn.
secretary war to send to the senate .
5f his j Fnu'kner and Mr. Hi Foster 1, ill the 6 Q4Y..iisi4 SuitilrLi: : iCC YR
in the
.. proceeding courtmartial
.. _. I IIi I speak for Mr. ClsrL. document of 18G4 O -
against then
t- .
;'."; ,_. .. .-\c&-i.1I"...." '._ ., ,.. .,'" --- Will-Not Suwo- ---I.nliart.m Lieutenant Colonel Corbia, now adjutant POT A 1 SSI.20 ?
"r'.f -J dar"hi: 1 oJ #
general of the .
f It is aid at the '. tie pairncni thitt
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the I..re. "rUT'Tp f.r..r.. ...
......-a., ; '1 re- in- his 110 iJ ioifdiate ._1' ron tf. Station '(-'..u''t: wpOl't.The # l'Io.er..AEr Prin.91.YQ.p.. S.-4 I..nr...\.......Moe...k..f I....'' f. .raA a......I. "
\ o iof. t wit king any chaLges: :u lie! :.,:>:'ary United States government has t. f.$ : -
: J f ands of Cuba .A sp. : jl.;.iai site in .EEI-.JCLOV R t
t .., es a I I1i.t n purchased a Portsmouth, six
""- .lOlL' A. S11J.Ia.ZD; t'd.. .
ode of the c'-ry t.; J >ii ral L1 tILGIU', WIS .c.
s miles from
., ( lrlrfoi'SGcj decg, Newport, R. I., as a coal O"o
\.1 : _\. '..".. is ar Lee')- is to St:, .:t '..General'asjmilitary ing station. The site consists of 100

I been.... made-tcatit\ '.'. gcor:: of the acresith a shore frontage of nearly a DROPSY'I"{DISCOVERY'.:.ir ....'is!and cares: ;wont y88 ,

,,.- t.ti )f I :w j: __;i.:..... .:>..(': ff mile. canlJc.olU 1-ree. Dr. H. H..tJinoni nEYttialoe8.aai_>
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HLOCAL Sour stomach, fullness after ;I

HAPPENINGS eating, flatulence, are all caused by COHEN FR1EDMAN& CO'S

imperfect digestion Prickly Ash II ,
R. R Joiner the '", :
successful ) Bitters eorrects the disorder at

druggist of La( rosse visited relatives once, drives out the badly digested !

tl i T here Sunday. food and tones the stomach, liver ELEGANT AND COMMODIOUS : :. '

f. O. J. Griffin and VV. G Seals, I and bowels. For sale by- Starke: .,

;., t. prominent citizens of Hampton, I Drug CoMiss DEPARTMENT STORE. ( l
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} were in town Monday. I
I Bessie Manire, a student at I 3

xs r VVm Andrews and J. H. Blair, I the High school, departed Tuesday il We invite you to inspect the beautiful new Wash Fabrics, namely: =.. }iM i ;
a leading citizens of the Lake Butler for her home at Hampton to recu- '

? district were in town Tuesday. perate from vaccinnation. Agra Gauze (Silk and Lisle), I Corded TaffetaAlhambra\ f 1
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FOR SALE-Lady's second-hand "I used Kodol Disnepsia Cure in Tissue Carreaux, \, EI Coirroda, \\ Organdies, both White and ; i f' ,

: Waverly bicycle, about my family with wonderful results.It r
as good as
1 new. Apply this office. gives immediate relief, is p'easant Mill Ray, I I Kohinoor, \ Colored. ; 1

to take and is truly the r1yspeDI F

;. Mrs. R. T. Richard, of Tampa, I tic's best friend" says E Hartger- WHITE GOODS in India Lawns, Persian Lawns, '
is a guest at the home of her parr ink. Ovensel. Mich. Digests I

-r ents, Mr. and Mrs L. D. Wall. what you eat. Cannot fail to cure. Organdies, checked and plain Nainsook and Dimities.FINEASSORTHENT 1 L; !
J.[ L .
y Too many people lose valuable of Laces and Embroideries i .
time in Tuesday '
experimenting with cough Mrs A Steinecker arrived I ,
. and cold cures. They should take from Massi Ion, Ohio, to pay ; J

.i Foley's Honey and Tar before it is an extended visit to Mrs C. .P. in Edgings, Insertings and Allover. Appliques in black L,

l too late. J L. Gaskins Cason and other fre ds here
and white. =
Mrs Steinecker has a large c'rcle
Col. C. L. Peek is in Tallahassee -
of friends here who are pleased to .
: this week on important business SILKS F;
: see her again.A '
involving the sa'e of a large .

body of timbered land. man named E. Presson ofPressonvi'le Finest Selections and Lowest Prices. a;, ;

Kans, wrote a letter ,:
M. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich the other day: saying the opinionof ,. \ y
says. "DeWitt's Little Early everybody in his town who has "

Risers are the very best pills I used Foley's Honey and Tar is, t 1

ever used tor costiveness. liver and that it is the very best medicine L.H .

bowel troubles." J L. Gaskins for ''agrippe, colds, coughs etc, J SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS-Mondays and Saturdays. :"J-I."* : "

,, ,
L. GaskinsW. :
Miss Henshaw departed Tuesday .-- I

for her home in Buffa'o' NY., O. Tison. of Gainesville, was

after a visit of several weeks at the here Tuesday looking after business COHEN FRIEDMAN.5 ::
hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs.S. affairs. Mr. Tison is so- :i :

J. Stern burg. journing temporar'ly at his place i STARKE, FLA- 1, ot"' -, :: :
on Santa Fe Lake and is endeavor \, !rWoman's ; I .
When you want something to ; t J

I heal a burn or a sore, or a cut, ing to save his orange grove from BARN BURNINGS. Notice to Tax : .:', '.i )
the ot the cold! weather. I F
why not try Manner Sa ve, which is ravages-- Th assessor and .,, ,', '.x. ,:j. "1- ,
guaranteed the most healing oint- Rev. W. E. Sitzer. W. Canton. Monthly Trial | Two Valuable Barns B>' ned Within I be at the places nat i / e:; ,

me t in the world Take no sub- N. Y., wri es, "! had dy< pepsia a Weik. I dates mentioned, 'i : .." .... 1f-,. ,. (1': ; '

s itute. J. L. Gaskins. over twenty years, and tried doc- There should be no dread 1 1p The barns of two citizens ofj!I I collect taxes. /' ';. .r",:., .6

Mrs. H. R. Sheldon, of Oil city' tors and medicines without benefit.I of the monthly period. : the the county have week.been burned within I> -t1 ;! 1. i,..:

" Pa and Mrs I). C. Belding, oi was persuaded to use Kodol past I UR1f ? :
Bond Hill, Ohio, will arrive to-da Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me To the woman in perfect i Last Saturday night at 8 o'clock .' : t:

for visit with their mother, Mrs.) from the start. I believe it to be a health it should be a renewal of I II the large and well filled barn of J j ThomasProvid. t .' ." :
a I l'
1C; Strong panacea for all forms of indigestion strength and vigor. But to how M. Underhill' who resides near ; :..""- -._ '. '.. .q--; .

It digests what you eat. J. New River station, was discovered StO- : ... ; .:. n .
Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, ml., L. Gaskins. many is it a period of miserable I by members (.f the family to be on'I Du'---:! : .. ., !..... l-. i .
suffering! These periods maybe I fire, and subdue ._ Emma ) :. .1
savs: "DeWitt's Little Early Ris it ws; imp"ssible to r:: \ : ; I
'Ir .
ers ahv-ys bring certain relief Mrs Catherine Strong \M' ckmarr made perfectly painless and the flames The barruwi h i's. S ._. .... home: :'" '

cure my headache and never :ir.d little son arrived Satin y last regular by using G.F.P. ( contents was quickly: reduced to : : teat .e' 4: '
.. .bool .
cleanse am from Cincinnati and are guests at Gcr-I ashes Besides all his year's J't
gripe" They gently stle's Female Panacea). supply : : ': "" J
invigorate the bowels and liver. J he Str )n, mansion Mrs. B ack- Too much cannot be laid for your worthy remedy of corn oats and fodder Mr ',.:: '..:rn .1af.;.rl.t'btkr1.t : :l: ..
favorite in Starkeind ; "fj.
L. Gaskins.Mr. marr is greet female irregulAriUen. As a result we have a strong, Underhill lost a roadcartager .: '. ; 'a "" .q./
her visit is a source of p'easure healthy mother who weighspounds and afire month ,'i\1r?. R.'R. \ "l
saddles .
old boy who weighi tl pounds. The mother is a very buggy, wagon and >Ii.." r :; '. :' ;'
and Mrs. S. W. Brown and to a wide circle of friends. mall woman but Is strong and hearty and the claims harness and valuable ''o' .f i. Ii! :. .. . -
that O.F. P.did ,1 -
It all.as all other remedies bad failed.
daughter, who have been guestsof W.H.NELSON,trio.Mont Tenn. The l K '_'aisit! Macan. t. : Jf ;
Eagle ( )Seminary. i ing implements. : a: ;
Mr. and Mrs b. J. Sternburgthe Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Miles ......................................., I several hundred dol. ': .\. ,.er son, Mr.V.. ( ; ff-!.,. :
burg, Pa., says, "As a speedy cure 1 JIT your case is not fully covered by our FREE 1001 s to s ". "...
past few weeks, departed Tues- for coughs colds and "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES. The fire is believed t'l II:.., .o"h. e \.r'; > '
day for their home in Corry, Pa. croup I Write in confidence forfrreadrlre to { '* is prevai;ng Ile-t" c" !. :
'u___, __ throat One Minute Cough Cure is } LADIES HEALTH CLCB rare L,Gentle A C., ; the work of an incendiary; "t''f

Bloating after eating, indigestion, unequaled. It is pleasant to takeI I.""."M..ChattmBoof.....*.....Tenn......*..*......J 1' I James Futch, a {'ttj -...1 ,i >r.:.; :\, "I0':Croft ve it arc of improvii.g Lake }' .';,'\.'" .
i tier't.similar
flatulence or water brash, may be heartily recommend it to mothers PRICE $1.00 A BOTTLE. I Pine Grove dis'rictr, ? .I. "* -' ;,istiay :
quickly corrected through the use It is the only harmless reme, If your druggist does not handle O. F.P. uk him to to that (',: Mr 1 k j 1'1 v. itt through 'Hampton* j}
send for it,otherwise send a your order and 1100 and .,- en route to Keyef !
ot Prickly Ash Bitters. It strengthens Jy that produces imme 'liate re we will supply yon dlrrot. I ear y Monray m :.uv. .lo'c ( .
: Al 11! i-I ) )puhgJ
digestion, cleanses and regulates suits. It cures bronchitis, pneu L.GER8TLE A CO.,Chattanooga,T..... lick+ he disc ,>\ ".r. i; tV F ",- t c.: Jones Hampton'Lv" !
_._ : '- ,: ? ot the Grii> isjtn towns I
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the bowels. Sold by Starke monia, and throat and lung 'h was on fire, h'. '. : : T--. .
grippe -' f .
n Alexan t1I t "ru.fOIi
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Notes. such! '.. -
Sampson City gained t.
Co.J d'seases. It will r" -rtt )
Drug I prevent consumption. .
/ .es.w: weeks>> beforejSiavin:. a'T.N.
'Vir lr'.i -
J. L. Guskins J. VV. Hilton tiled: his regular yond vour-i-! : o -J
L Ddk, of Bay view, Ga i appointment at !J'uddleville; Sunday. largely in "-: r> ?id! ,.-.- ..et '< iness trip toBalwSjpre.i af- '/ '

sends a renewal of his subscription !Mayor M. R. Liddon is a believer I ,Miss Mary Hines, who has been I .stu4f, w..g'J.=" r.ui'iesct! .. i- '.' '*iV.: H. Wright, }SfJklovk'nj Pal> t.l.7 V'Icoi
,"bis wholesale] i-"e"\ .:. : ,
to the TELEGRAPH with the in pecans and will plant many of visiting in Gainesville, returned als e'ic'vHx the L.v; itin'l'. h s' l:" : : .r1"' < .' ?
assurance that he does not want to thes trees-the "paper shell" home Tuesday, i!: .U'I 'f'. t ,t''; ,':Uri (.T J.l H.H I' (.*?*'I 'a; Tuesday. *--\r; '.. 1 <_.. 1';;:'
W. P..L :;
be without Bradford county'sleading \'ariety-this season, on his handsome Mrs. Hilton, Miss Ida Hilton ar\ ..,1, hist 'it"'' .. .;
widiscrttls :'
paper. I place a mile south of town and :Mrs. Thomas, were shopping ; .' iitra: H'wn till'- '0 U,:; <-..1 days r". ":j/I' .) t ."'-r;.___..!'\ "

Pecans are coming to the front, in Starke Saturday. ; .JR. Jot ._ .
t'C tiwif iI. trrin k1 n.tne Siia .
hazel To secure salve, ask the original for DeWitt's witch: and Mr Lid"1on's example should! i Arthur Murrhce, of Starke, was 'Ih.: feel a jrrjiial but sto- kinds i of \\\'t :u.:' we/:; ,!51,- .,

\q he fo ]lowed by all whose lands are I in the city :Mon .1Y. li'.sIf! vitoL.y.. 1 hcshou'! inset': (furSiindava I ( ,"": )
well known
Salve a
Witch Hazel : ? o.l .
suitable for these nut tiees.
Miss: Lela Bars visited G.linesvil'e : .
time in
Feiev's '
a certain cure for piles and skin i no trying Kiu_ -co-T

diseases. Beware of worthless A. R. DeFluent editor of the i; last week. :, Cu-e. It is guar attees. J, arrived .i.. =,.J try ".
Aaron Bail !
Joe } anr '. -and made '
counterfeits. They are dangerous. Journal, Doylestoun Ohio suffered Man Robersun spent Sunday in ; isMns. ':: Bn\H)\ .l.:. .
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J. L. Gaskins. for a number of from '
years I Starke. --- :ued his en i in the/\ ,.,%t'y
rheumatism in his right shou der I Mrs Roberson spent the last I I'I ."-" __ c3cT-< -- <_ of tl, that ti Tfr *
afficient + t;
Mallory Sparkman, an + +: : prii i
and side. He : -My right : -' l
says with relatives.S iI .
week at :
the F. C. L-iutey! to take ai.gawzSl* ,
-nd trusted engineer on arm at times was entirely useless! I'I IVescott is i his *: .
J. having .h/1&(
in the icrc.
& P. and a large stockholder I tied Chamberlain's Pain Balm, :
of Cedar house repaired ,n.1 was Iii tc meK -=3; .
gulf Fish
Company and was surpn. .. to rcxeive relief I I .
? Ovid Andrews attended cluirc'i 'm ;"
Keys, is in the city, having been almost immediately The Pain I I, : J L'. tends
at Hampton Monday IlIght. : to' spent Sun l II
called here on account of the serious Balm has been a constant companion I ',= 1I

illness ot his mother. of mine ever since and r never I Me Fooled The Surgeons. I,' .+J:. DR J. 21 .0' f,the ere'J '

For sale 1)1.I. 1 I. Gaskins p.'le, er.l""
: Mrs Harriet Evans, Hinsdale, I fails.: I All doctors told Renick Hamilton ; i I. !y..J:. .'....Ifel s lake: i.F:\ tiu-;, '

t' Ill writes, "I never fail to relieve Lingering La ( ri.pe.outh.' of West Jefferson. U, after ,. ." Gairesvil : i i'
trom at once by I suffering IS months from Rectal: +' w k'' '''
children croup : cr: ln
my I G Vacher, 157 Osgood} street, !;;l"orn \
using One Minute Cough Cure. I Fistula; he would die unless a cost- I ng )
I wife had
"My avery ,
Chicago, :
would not feel safe without it" severe says case of la grippe, andit !lv opperation was penormed ; but ; :.) DDUr: k rri.1 4

Quickly cures coughs, colds, grippe bad I i he cured himself with five :wxccl '; d 1Y- )
left her with a very cough ..
and all throat and lung diseases.J. She tried a bott eof Foley's' Honey i B.uc ''en's Arnica Salve, the suse: .t ;,' I .rg suc \ -
L. Gaskins. pile cure on earth and the be" t : G am ''"
and Tar and it immediate re- I
---- gave in the world.) : cents "XK, : vj D D:1CTfel1ow .j ,,
I ief. A bottle cured her cough I save 35 \ i ; b",..q .o.-. ..
extensive soc '
IT N X. Sparkman an II I Sold by J. L. G.skiis.: diuggist. 'et.. busieessI .'
I l on : .
ntirely. Price 25c. and 5Oc. J. :..; ., F
M manutacturer of cross at Crys- I I .
'; $ tal R.ver, was in town the latter I L. Gaskins i i j An Old Citirpu Passes! Away. : :I: Cherrl1c.\d 1d f- -c'i r i
T -
_,_ part of last week, hav ng been I For Sale. : 1\r Vi'iiG.. t iS, 'J:1:_ \.t the i J 'AI.l fu m 11 QCCUS ;t.d! -J. ..
summonsed he e on account of I \I' I 't' A. 1 .
I al the real estate Oldc CltL'CIo: of this s t't.t"'f !tad i O hinty ;
: I offering __?
his mother Mrs. am : ,. ..
serious illness oi 1 li, Start : .",I .. ;> .
for sale at sacrifi- at IIP" iJ'ai : eLn.ary of ha ;> At
to me CI
TELEGRAPH belonging : : ... 0 "';
Harriet The .. .tJ... o o y- '' r. '
Sparkman 1 r r
'[ that Mrs. ,' cial prices This includes about 23d, IQCVJ.. The: -iocc.t wu ; L-O n I .'" .- 'Jthe CO ,t D o;Q ,,... ,'
is to state 1 o
pleased better. nine acres in town of Starke, my !. l\Jarchqtl'1 Sit and AMS. "here-} i :.:}.; \ seven nJ rr -
Sparkman is now much fore th: con plerioii: Oi' cr 'jn to '
I farm of 105 acres at Temples'mill near: v ano jf:
--- -' 88th 'r -.ht! ; hid bear m\-ilid i r per three 'Moo-':;" f' '.
"We smaller tracts. ye. ;\
"I' Wm. Orr, Newark, O., says, and several I+J c Oil r-JI.""" '" 'tPt
: feel without One Min- MRS N.: D. H\<:,\ tAx. during t.ie pas'i: iyears but 'r\'\ fc'ye'i '..6uH b .i ; never se It has born her affliction '''ith Christian t 'J 'candidates and some :; .
c in the house. isaved i 32d2t. "
:- ute Cough little Cure life when he fortitude bhe haJ been a member &&J9 j annoyance' they }
my boy's For Sale. of the I:. "hurvh about .
f \Ve think it .pi. 40 eta ople ot! count'J':
" is the the best pneumonia.medicine made" It ;. One saw mill' engine and boiler! years, ancf-. f vitr a.- "relief that a pr': all fa\'o .. to awn s praot4 '.

and all lung diseases. comparatively new; will sell cheap. eternal rc:: .nd 1 h.r: !t 5nis awaitedher r., .grl, and l iT' safely bar

cures coughs harmless and For particulars address.J. beyond ;he jrra z. that tFy;(n who.howl* isli 1t
take I.
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I W. B. HAYNES. t\. J. JO ES. I K. OF P. BANQUET.: : I A False Alarm. Save Your Money. 1

I The citizens of Temple's Mill
1 A Notable Event in Starke's Social j One box of Tutt's will save j
| two miles north of Starke, have
: Life. i j heen much exclteI! during th': many dollars in doctors' bills 1

Early buyingmeans The most notable social event j vveek over that they >upM[ se
that Starke has known was the j be A genuine case of smallpox: in .
of the stomach, liver bowels
banquet given{ by the local lodge ;I their neighborhood. ;Martha

Knight of Pythias to its members | McLeod. a negro woman who hadI No Reckless Assertion .")

and invited guests, Thursday evenj I been nursing a case of the disease For sick headache ,
inFIarch: 1st, at the lance dyspepsia, I
Long satisfaction. opera : near Hampton came to Starke onithe
Four tables across the length of ; early morning train :Monday malaria, constipation andbilio- .:J'

t;, the hall were laden with such I The woman was sick and hired a usness million people endorseTUTT'S

I I tempting viands as only deft fen team to take her to the home of Liver
II this have inine m hands can provide At the I :Mill PILLS t tI
I Realizing we displayed our Spring and Summer I her mother at Temple' ,

| banquet board fully 150 Knights, Shortly after she had left town it I I-r- -
i Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than i J their wives and friends gathered to+ :learned that she J
was by some one j .
usual, even at the risk of being accused of crowding enjoy the f. uits of the untiring had been nursing the case of smal'j} i j LAKE BUTLER.
work of the committee of ladies I
and the j
pox near Hampton conyclu Newsy Gossip From that Thriving
the, season. who had the banquet in charge and | >ion that she had the dtsea.se Town. ;,
to be edified and entertained hr \ I I
I was!: very naturally) formed. Bv, Our f'rt:.tar f.'r..p'.Jf..I nLI
r those \\ho had been assigned placeson Dr. E. I L Stewart of the ,
agent '
and S. 11. Rhodes
the I J.V Jones :
splendid literary and mu icalprogram
State B and ot Health, was absent

r COME LOOK AT THESE, THEY'LL of the evening. f rom town at the time, but .wa* I made Macrlentu the neighborhood a visit Saturday of near and .j

Chancellor Commander John D for. His i duties elsewhere
.They were royally treat-
:4 PLEASE Alderman presided as:' toastmasterand
detained him until
'J : ed and in their
are profuse praise
prompt y at 7:30 o'clock called l
and all this time
night peop e
of the hospitality of the people.
assemblage order
gay to ana
were becoming more and more ;Miss Bessie hoover, who has '
j RcV C. I
requested Lindsay,
alarmed The doctor, accompaniedby
1 f been visiting; re'atives' near Hagen
-': Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. pastor of the Presbyterian chi'rch Sheriff Denmar- went to thwoman's e
\ who is a knight of long standing, returned Monday.
h use Thurj dav
''', OrgandiesEvery style and kind. To invoke the b'essingsof Deity on morning William Johnson who has been
to investigate the case. Upon
| in the of
the occasion Mr. I prospecting vicinity Jud-
Lindsay responu-!
examimnation the doctor found !
DimitiesWhite and son and :.Newberry, came home
Figured. ed with a very fervent invocation, thai the McLeod woman was suf-i I I
and then the :Monday morningMr
Dotted Swiss__White and Colored. of and banquet l was partaker those f ring from chi Is and fever and I* Srringfellow, of the firm

I heartily enjoyed by Had no signs of smal pox. She of & Turner
A3A String'fdlmv was
t Dotted White Lawns. present.Mr. had lately been successfully vaccinated
transacting business in town ton-
Alderman presided I with the and Dr Stmnthinks
t ( ": grace of a veteran and Ivs remarks :
:' Piques and Nainsooks. she will not develo-j! ;* case of day.On
t i iiN'L in the introduction of the spcaUer.swere Saturday of last week and

'; jY. Linen LawnsBlack_ and Figured. always appropriate. T. A disease ma Ipox from( her exposure to the Tuesday of this, J. J. Jones agentof
neartampton :
the & S. W and O. P. Love
I t" J.
Knight responded to the 0r
; gi While
-I J they were at Temple'sMill
II!, \' ;.\ Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. Object and Aims of Knights 1.I' .t Dr. Stewart ant Sheriff Den general agent of the same road
1't thias," in a comprehensive and rnade tour; of investigation over

\: 1'I. : i' ... /'. Dress CrashLarge quantity, from Sc to 250 per yd. entertaining mannerV; y Worn, in mark the saw neighborhood to it that every at the darkey time the new line westward to Alachua .
se\.... 'Percales en Should Encourage Pvthian-. vaccinated.!: This vaccinationwas
__Every piece a beauty. ism" was spoken to by J. F. done Charles I Ijegister left Lake But-
as a precautionary measure
..... f ... Futch, who held the attention not f the ler bunday Sfternoon to look up a
not r present
alone the fair location in Alachua.
ot to whom
a'one but for future
\!, his remarks were especially directed protection.: Town Marshal E. A. Richarlson i iI

Our Prices Will Help You to I but the entire company; "P}th- Silas Kite Seriously Injured. I and \V. F.: Owens, are both laid up i
tvitla this week.
ianism for grippe
Youngtell" was
Silas! Kite, of this city, a memberof
by A. V. Long in an W C. ''I own end. of Orange
\ The the A
R. & G.
crew on b
\ Economize. eloquent and masterly address; anc freight train sustained Springs. is At home for a few: days
very serous -
with his fartiii i .
1 Col.! C. L. Peek entertained hi> injuries a few days while ) 4
;: seret ago
F. :M. Rivers and daughter :Mis
b--l auditors with an address from the trucking freighr into the depot aLa t i

Y.-: subject, "Pythianism Unfolded rose Mr Kite was engaged i Gwendolen left Tuesday morning
to visit relatives: at Kissimmee

; t,1irr cellent The responses oratorical were efforts all mast and that cx ,I it syrup.the time The in platform moving a gave barrel way of: i'i the:Miss sick listihis Oitie 1 Townsend is on *.;o* .*.**"
week. Colds and % ?
w. mm (D. they were appreciated was amply und: X'r. Kite made an effort toj i iI j L ,
.D. I + grippe arc prevailing
demonstrated by the generous applause !: save the :-\'lIl'I. | .* mam force Inj:j The tjJ..tt.t&F'
Telephone Construction
.." -- "i'; that followed each speaker doing .' oh t it tier+- ;h the hoe II \:... '
\ -- The addresses were interspersedwith in the plat+rrm and the barrel ot Company mrved camps to Barnett t'.|/ t"I'l.-t.
"' '- on the J. & S. W. line to .
constnn t
1 tne following! musical program: loii twed des i him OJ /.
]GHIf ,
syrup a
hpE-N-I'N' bee Farmer & Knsey's: $7 shoe.;; ig a telephone Jine from the Gritting *;:*f'
b.uw. In the accident
Instrumental MunMi Era Miller.Vocal heavy
i ';., 1T = Nurseries t(;, the railroad line.
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I'utl"EtMitidc. 1 tt. >-<>! Truly and of :Mr. Ki e's torn I
(t t\, i,! & t- Capt E. W. Burroughs is suffering Perk from kidneys his. was Lake Butler has a new city mar-

11':. ," fly are 'nsey's: new from la grippe{ and narrow'y IJu'rtttl'"lur"'".sylvan I heir ")(rx. Phil 1 bad its s"cket and, other spleen internalinjuries ; was I I I ket, kept b} :John Dekle and R.
.'';' -t.tl''t" attack of ips. Mi-s rVek. Mf*rs 1'':'-'' ad Knight. y E. Knight.
agi pretty. escaped an pneum'nutAt They have a nrw
... z.grand'. Vix-al Solo'What RVr BKi.le Slr". Hercules wee sustained.
1iIJ f '. ;b : this time, however, he :is much I building on Maine street ands
;\ Frie-1'. mil'.neryCo.'. better."i"i Vo'aliluct. Mrs Kutcli and 11i..e Peek.Quartette i"V; r Kite was brought to hihtn
"Kvetiii K IM1S Mrs. Philips Mist everything presents i neat appear-
hir & heie.isoon as possib'e after
ut [ man
?., Peek )1 1'-'!Irs Knijfhtand Pwk ance. The ;public will find this
._ to'E xtra full size, well made acvi'iept and Dr. Francis
.11 i" sure market
r convenience
At the conclusion of the stated great
'lh rmfined A-rappets Toastmaster Alderman Rev. J. S. Collier of the :Meth
program doctor
& Co's, reports a slight improvement
: added! to his laurels by the introduction dist churchill: preach to his congregation -
{nmei- _, __ in the conditi n of his pa
;r. '. of several features here both Sunday morning
,. Tnere will) be services the cient i but says it will be several 1
; at I and nigh( Everybody'attrnd.Dr .
that had not been the
until he will be able
fJ,I.'pd al' Bapti.it church next Sunday, conducted company. Among them may be ; he out.yet to I Burton! who is a resident of

1 'tan by the pastor, Rev. G. TeFa I mentioned a selection perfectly) Lake ( ity, was: in Lake butler

'*,'"Leitner' ..- Morning subject, 'En1 -' rendered by Mrs. Hercules, tilts List of Jurors. Tuesday for t tie purpose of working -

:fIr at T.Jl\f.?? to the Cross of Christ| Lomie York and :Miss Katie Ritchon The following named persons up an interest: among our ladies

:oily sotto: ,.? subject I he Accurse I their guitars; a humorous recitation have been drawn a* jurymen for in the organization knuwn as

l In. "U.4: ;, by Rev Hugh :Morris, which the spring term of the circuit court, the United I Uiughters of the Con- t t,

was so generously applauded that which will convene here Monday, federacy. His desire i is to locate a 1
: 1r.fThaLangford, who has been ;
the talented impersonator found i it March 19th: branch here. ...
d" g Mrs. W. H. Anthony on
) street few I necessary to make the second response C. P. Gouger, H. H. Ha'l' W. A The posfoffice seems to be mov-
\1e.It departed a dayshome
.. is : ijr'her at Newberr ; a toast to the ladies, very
t'iMrs.. Langford is a ) appropriate y pronounced by Mr Groves, Andrew Floreus, Hiram quarters and ;under its new man-

., :: "i lady and formed very Geo. I'. Morns, of Waldo; and} Bennett Ebs, a Kite, W. H. Rode, agement.:

.ndships while here many shirt, but none the less entertaining A. V. Black welder, J. J. Broo r s. John Crosby and \rifeot Zifj;

{ responses from Rev. E. H S. M Alvarez, G. A. Doug'ass, were in town Tuesday,

... ;eel Hoffman who Giles, Rev. W C. Lindsay, Dr. J James Lanmore, J. C. Hyrd, John Miss Ada Barfield is visiting
} vvas
he H. Lolson; and1r: N T. Ritch. Addison. A. E. Mitt? Andrew M, M-ss Edna Buley this week
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ha '-f. much better. Mr: This was the second function ofthe Jackson, L. A Duncan. Ovid h

congestive chills' kind that has had its conception Haynes, S. M. Carver, VV. J. Griffin [. Notice.V'OTICC .

.e lrs-swo in the minds of the menibersof John Hall. B J. Alderman, Jne
'I Jfdat ": were. entertainedtS i i" lierehv _I..n that on rhr :ITth ilav
wlrf ,t recover to Starke Lodge No 34, and whichhas Browning, R. E. Foxworth. L. .> of )Iardl. A. J). l*\ ). ia the town of :- 'Y dX' up been carried to successful i issue Blair General M..i-i.la. Hj'piK-Hti .11 will he- made to the Hnn ;
a .
Bennett Newton
.. ; kp. en a change forth C. l Kliyl..n M ('all. jtl;. of the Circuit Oiirt s.f
-. by the gracious wives and Johns, J H. Poppell. the Fourth, Judicial Onx-uit of Florida lor In*
!a trr'dCe. apjr val of a pr"i"-d Charter! ino.rporatinc
i r mothers of the knights. On this a heiietolrnt micifty to tw known Tin-.\i.1 and
y I occd Mesdames: T. A Knight. Mrs. J. C. Spencer, ofV d- :lUil1l I Society, with brain place! of bu"i"I" In
dent irke. Brae ford
Tompsett, of Ax.nty. Florida. the
ol.Wt f
borne f.
"- -" :j W. H Anthony, W. T. Weeks was a guest of the family other t which shall IK- 'o l In-iier provide. for the funeral'

-;r < "Run- c4rl& G., came homeAlachua J. M TrubyamTN. T. Ritch took brother, J.V.. Hodges, of this and prr.r.n. int..rm..nl. within.the>f err'bounrtu in. Il1.'l'Ot of the dert operatinghm>Hti...l rolornl
0 \ Th county, city, Tuesday, returning homeWednesday itof .aid soi ity. as i,royitl..1 bv chapter 4'jal ..t
bt-an superintending the initiative, and richly deserve 1 hfI.Laws of FI..no1.t
-',cr"7.C\cr\-nrk the the encomiums that have been i:. .1. JMHNSOV.:
: on
ex"Ihe .
R M. MILLER.e. .
1iie: 'c'lor. r road I is heaped upon them by knights and McFASHIo.V.:

,...-, 1iToy yetville on visitors alike (for the sp'endici' success .IOHX: WALLACE.
J, "., 'tf"t'.. _('a'.i'd: the work is of the banquet. The cffur Kodt5 Thill February :,.:z.D. I/I: ).

.: .,,,.. .1101\.._ ;-\r a lively] rate.VxJbnstruction of thee ladies were generously! .. -- -
:'. seconded bthe other ladies ot .
.. crew -
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;.,, .1.nd: laid five miles town who have an interest in Cure

'_ .c.-.c."t; welfare ot the great order Dyspepsia COFFINS,,

ii .. -.- Knights ot Pvthias, and it may
,ft. .- -" ., a< ... \m, received. a mes- truthfully said that the credit for I Digests what you eat. I II CASKETS
""' ; nllnannouncinl'T n this notab'e' social event is due to tarti fielally digests the food and aids

1nst U.1 other at the good "women behind the men"in :Nature in strengthening and reconstructing and A toil line of

: s strIckAij the local the exhausted digestive or .
fd1ilIl lodge. gans. 11 is the latest disc vered digest-

aSr prey -- ----- ant and tonic. No other preparationcan SUPPLIES

h b lIttle T.V Pugh has returned home approach it In efficiency. It instantly
,- plebottle\ slJ.\ Mr.J' from Lakeland, where he has been relieves and permanently cures Always on hand. The best

if o tlg, mare aboo..Hagenti engaged in the turpentine businessfor Dyspepsia Flatulence} ,, Indigestion Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Nausea, service at the lowest
.-.. gntUyounave; e. several months past! Mr. Sick HeadacheGastralgiaCramps and i
nw.tting m nt prices.
., I will remain here all otherresults 1
Pugh the imperfect
J ilAithtr' ca*+ i during digestion. j
t n'rtritrr m 11 J st I"fi. strawberry season as the repre- Price 5flc.and$1. Large size contains 2V4 times Special attention. Telegraph' Orders ,
tbe; small I size.Book all about I
ss= dyspepsia mailed free ;,
u athef .is tative of of the
one leading Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicago: I G. C. LIVINGSTON i
tern commission firm?. J. L. Q\SKINS.
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1 GROC- :SHOES of line I'full a carry We Remember
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. etc., Ribbons
Embroideries Laces
-Handkerchiefs.. Buckles Belts, .Hose. vests V
Under- Gauze, and Silk of '
ourline as well as goods these inspect

and call to invited especially

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of lines prettiest one
. the of and
etc. Nainsooks_ Checked Percales

Cloth' Covert, Reversible
Crash Dress, Linons India
Ginghams Silk Chambrays Silk
: Madras Cloth Diana

Swiss., Dotted, and Embroidered,
Batiste Dimities Organdies
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Lawns colored and White

I \ of consisting .

of line beautiful' their ,
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ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION.James I Commissioners Proceedings. I I Liliputian Wedding.

The board of county commis- Preparations for the entertain-
Philiau Called to His Door
and Shot. sioners met in regular session ment to be given under the direc- -
Tuesday, March 6th. Members tion of Prof. Walter F. Grace, the \
James Philiau, who lives about present, Dr. E. A. Todd, R. W. blind musician, Friday evening,
nine miles west of Starke, narrowly i i Cameron, R. G. Ware, J. B, Crews March 16th, are being pressed by
\ escaped assasination last Sunday I: and W. W. Tumblin the ladies in charge.
night. About 10 o'clock two men The minutes of the last meetingwere Miss McFadden, who has under-
hailed at Philiau's house, and when read and approved.A taken the work of arranging for
he went to the door they fired at petition was received asking the Liliputian Wedding has made
him with shot guns, loaded with a for a public road to commence at the following cast for the tableaux:
mixture of bird and buckshot. I Guilford station and run via the Priest-DeWitt Jones.
Five of the buckshot and several of places of Martin Blackwelder and Bride Julia Stewart.
the smaller ones found lodgementin Wm. Shaw, intersecting the Lake Groom-Ellerv Davis.
Philiau's side and arm, but did Butlcrand Providence road near Best man-Willie Wainright.
him no serious damage.It the plantation of James Brooks. Flower girls-Maggie Morganand
so happened that a water The petition was filed and the pe- Jeannette Matthews
bucket was standing at the time of titioners instructed fo advertisethe Bride's maids Verdie Sistrunk,
the shooting, on a shelt between application for said road along Ruth Wainright, Mamie Cason,
Philiau and the would-be assassinsand the proposed line of road. Hildabelle Chase.
he attributs his escape from The pension of Mrs. Andrew Maid of honor-Lamira Alvarez.
death to this obstruction. The Green was increased $i per month. Page-Willie Stringfellow.Ring .
bucket was shot to pieces. The county railroad bonds for- bearerHaroldbynes..
When the shots were fired Phil- merly carried at 6 per cent. per Bride's parents-Dea Weeks
iau jumped back into the house annum were placed with W. O. and Bryant Hodges.
and the men turned and fled from Tison at s/ per cent., payable an- Groom's parents-Jennie-Maud
the scene. nually. Hodges, Earle Johns.
Dr. A P. Smith, of New River Scrip to the amount of $433.86was Ushers-Frank Hilliard, John-
station was called and dressed issued in payment of bills, and nie Morgan.The .
Philiau's wounds. At this time the board then adjourned until the cast for the two act comedy
he is entirely nut of danger and first Tuesday in April next. "A Box of Monkeys" has also been
will) soon be around again. W.. T.. WEEKS, Clerk. made and the parts are being diligently
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Sheriff went out to rehearsed.
the scene of the shooting Wednes- Joseph Eckert, the baker and Those who attend this entertain
to try to get some confectioner, was the recipient of ment may feel assured in advance
information that would lead to the many compliments on one of the that they will have an evening ot
apprehension of the guilty parties, delicacies furnished by him tor the enjoyment.
but he could learn nothing definite K. of P banquet Thursday evening -
from the wounded man. He March 1st. I In addition to Card of Thanks.I .
said the men were standing within contribt ing all the committee hereby tender my Si; (,etc 1
ten steps of him when they shot, asked 'r. Eckert for he baked and thanks to those kind friends whoso
but did not say whether he recog- presented to the committee 200 faithfully administered in my
nized them or not delicious cream puffs. Nothing brother during his last illness.
This shooting occurred one on the richly hedecked tables was)' May the Lord bless t em, is the
mile north of the place where H. more jnjoyed than this contribu- : wish of yours gratefully!
M. Parish was assassinated about I tion 0 'm Mr Eckert. RO r.n: KIn i :, Si{.
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two years ago !i| MI.V.' E. Davis and l children I Geo. L.--Futch, of Lawrey, was:

1 Farmer & Ensey are standing :! retu: td home from Gainesville in town Thursdpy. Mr. Futch
e right up in the front rank 01 1 Tbu+i 'lav. They \\ere accompa- i has started a blacksmith shop a*
Starke's mercantile circles. This nied by' Mrs. McCormick Mrs. I IDal" Lawtey and is giving his patrons
enterprising firm is receiving a mother. ,. first-class work ac reasonable_ rates .
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splendid line of new goods at pres- i I Fresh stock of evaporated apples
ent and reports a big in crease in Mnt::" N. W. Hackett returned :; sauer kiaut, and everything in
the volume of their business as from Wednesday from Winter I at Farmer & Ensey's.Miss .
compared with the correspondingseason Park, where she had been visiting ;; groceries --- ---
of last year. i her daughters, who are pupils at I i.i :; Mary Giles entertained a
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u :IF oil ins College.i party of young friends Tuesday
Dr. R. G. Harding. a dent'of i ii evening with a candy pulling.
arrived Wednesday i 1 Farmer &
long experience, Ensey are offering ---- -
from Havana, Cuba. to pay special prices on shoes. See them J. G. Alvarez made a business '
his friend, Dr. van Elderen, a visit. befoic you buy. trip to Jacksonville Thursday.BRADFORD .