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

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J f VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA_ MARCH 33, looo. NO. 30. I I.

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Men Charged with Shooting Philiau r:
I Must Face Circuit Court. YitFi

, Justice (G. A. Gardiner had Seb J
f FOR m ron Brown. Chas. Phi ips and Wm I -

Philips before him for preliminary II' Wholesome I

j m trial, last Friday, on a charge of as- j'\
sault with intent to murder.
Drugs and I
pure m After recovering from the effectsof

0 the slight wounds recieved on .

rompt attention I that occasion Philiau preferred a I I Groceries

charge of assault with intent to .
If to murder against the men above
, come us.
named. When the prisoners were

i arraigned by Justice Gardiner they .
Are and
.r ,., plead: not guilty. They were' represented satisfying nourishing ;,

. ;ii by D. M. Gornto and and make life worth '
Thos. E. conductedthe living. ,
Major Bugg i

i.zi i Especial care and prompt attention state's case.
James Philiau was placed on the $1
: given to the filling of! stand by the prosecution. He WHEN YOU -- "
testified that with the exceptionof 0'

Prescriptions.A himself and wife all the mem- 'WANT SOMETHING COME TO THIS STORE "

bers of his family were at churchon GOOD .

the night of the shooting. (

They went to bed early, and short TO EAT -f
ly after he had gone to bed some
one hailed at tht front of the house.

> FULL LINE OF FINE TO/-m He got: up and dressed and went to G. C. LIVINGSTON.
the front door, and invited the :.
LET ART ICLES ALWAYS ca ler to come in. Receiving no -

ON HAND. m response he went out to'the steps from the church, coming from the j i i THE GRACE ENTERTAINMENT.
and coo d then see two men stand- direction of Philiau'sOn i I

ing near the well. It was a bright cross examination witness I.: A Splendid Showing for Starke's
moonlight night and he saw that said the defendants went home''I Home Talent.

m STARKE DRUG CO. .1tttttttttttttttttttttttttt the men were Sebron Brown and with him after their meeting near t The entertainment given under '
Chas. Brown had
t Philips. gun the church. shortly after they ar- I the direction and for the benefit
and shot at him twice. When the
rived at his house they heard of the of Prof. Walter F Grace at the .
first shot was fired witness ran shooting and went over to the i i house last evening :s
opera ;
around the house and the secondwas '
place of James Harris, where Phil-i. was generously patronized by the
fired while he was running.Part iau had He left after a while i
gone citizens of Starke and :in poi.lt of
-- of the first charge struck him I!
and left Sebron Brown there, he excellence was ail that c uld be
in the side and arm. Witness hid supposed to he take care of the
p asked, reflecting great credit on
INSURANCE. in a fence corner close to the wounded ;
man Starke's home talent. From the 'r
l road and in a few minutes three Mrs. Vinie Harris, wife of Allen time the curtain was raised on the I

d men rode by him on horseback.The Harris, corroborated the testimony ; Liliputian Wedding to the climax!
nnn were Sebron frown, of her husband .
of the comedy "A Box of Monkeys -
J. R. DAVIS <& CO. Chas Philips and Wm. Philips.On James Philiau was re-crossed by :. ," the large audience was ,
the examination wit-
cross he defense, but denied that he had i thoroughly interested
ness testified that he did not rec told lames Harris on the day after :i Following is the of the
STARKE = == FLA. ognize Wm. Philips on the nightof the shooting that it was not evening program .
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It' i the shooting, but had him ar- Brown and the Philipses who shot :
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recognized with Brown and < has. :
Harris recalled and
James was Mrs Hercnlet and Miss Truby.
Philips soon after the shootingOn sail that Phi'iau'! went to his house t j 3 Piano Solo"Drops of Wmer." W. K Ora<-' {
the testimony of Philiau the after he was shot Sunday night. f| 4. Pantomime"LILIPUTIAN: WEJH>I"iU"ln:

@ @ state rested its case. :Monday afternoon he accompanied ;: costume. '
John eas'ey was the first witness Phi iau home. On the way he ......................... ....:,Julia Stewart
@ @ called for th- defense. He asked Philiau if he and the Phil- ( room................. .. ........Entry 'Jsyl"i r
was at the home of J. M. Under ipses had had a misunderstanding I Priest.. ..... ...........-........IWiii .-i>ii-s r
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bill, near New River tation, bi I.n- Saturday afternoon and was told Best Man Will Str; Jl7reJl.FI".r >\v
STOVES! (Sirls-Jeannette :Matthews and '.t-urjc1!
day afternoon, March 41 n. Witness that they had notVitness then, Morgan. 4

saw Sebron Brown, Chas asked Philiau who shot him, but he ;: Bride's Maids-Verdie Si.t"uns. K t.l.! ..'..n
@ Philips} and Wm. Philips at Underhilt's replied, "I haven't said yet who right.ramie Caaon and ili'd.'j'tr. '.*">. ..
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abut 4 o'clock in the after- shot Maid of Honor. .1..1: }'I ir"iw'yr.
CARLOAD JUST REOEIVED. Saw them at the me |: Page ... .......*.*........ .. .. .-..> S.it.t.-i..V i 1
@ @ noon. again bron Brown, one of the defendants Ring Bearer..... ....... .. II...-.'..I H..p..s t""N
: In this I enabled home of Chas Philips between 7 was next sworn. He ; $rtd.'e P.renI8-llea Walesa: !>..'VHvJ '-I "'j .
f buying am to t.Uroorn'ol
way Hi I
@ @ and 8 o'clock in the evening went into a detailrd statement of i I Parents-J.'Masi ;:'J''l '"< ""
: still sell at the old prices in spite of and "Bud" Und rhll1 went to thi- his movements on the day of the i i Early Johns.Relatives..Fifteen. f
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+ @ @ that time (&*' r In VO'I"U"
home of Chas. at
the heavy advance. Philips shooting. \\ tness told of going ] Ushers ......J ranlC Hi'lier! : id .',..- Tr.!;.; .1 ;
and were joined by Hebron Brown the of M. Underhill in s
: @ @ to place J i i 6. Sonj/-"Th. Picture on Men'rj'sKiss 'Vail .' .j f
Wm. Philips and Chas Philips and company with Chas. and Wm. r i P"elc. J .:

@ Price mine if you need a Stove. @ they started to Pethel church to I Phi ips during the afternoon of .:. Chorus in l.harac'f'r'jn' .. ) TIIr9f.Tw.1' ." ,,( .''
When near the church "' :1.
gether. March returned to the
4th. They :
services 8. Piano Solo-'The Ear t' ......W. F. triter :I. s
@ @ they found that the were home of Chas. Philips about night g. VocsJ1frm boo! "Sw.-ct 1\9" ,,t line:. 3o .
over and he and "Bud" Underbid stopping a few minutes at Philiau's ..... .... .., .. .r' ;o I t'
@ left the other three men and start .. {
@ pi ce for Chas. Philips to settle I Mrs. H"-'IIf- ,.' f r c -;t.i'ntI{
ed toward Underbill' home. some small business affair with \ "A BOX .'t' )I')SKYC.t of t'baraet.-ra: : Oix'r'')' .
THE ; @ About five minutes after they sep- him. A short while after they arrived i Mrs Old';. .rh..n '" ..SGs W. 11, ADthnnv I haJ I' K. r
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arated witness heard two fire. Inglllin" +S\rngplau'bJ! .
guns at Chas Phi ips'place "Bud"Underhill |
Lady, iriilnevere Mrs.N. W. Frh.:1I11 r !
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TEMPTINGPRICES On the cross examination Beas- and John Beasleyj! Kilward &1"0.. ......Mr; A H ,J.hult rw" ,,4.r_ ... 00-:
testified that Bethel churchwas : ........... ... (
@ @ ey rode up and he andVm.. ('h..unt' C)2lf.i.iipe Mr.: Fti' '/ng J f )
about one mile from Phiiiau's and Chas. them j was with I !' i.
Philips joined The o* the children kthsri.e .
ages of lift ; .r.: '-
@ @ house and that he and Underhill and started to Bethel church. ; little! wedding! ranged as low, .hw lade T\

t left Brown and the Philips boys When they got within 200..4.or ; thret }cars, but notwithstajncbt ,,s. .-, -J

near the church about 8 o'clock. 250 yards of the church they saw i their tende-: ages;:; the parts'** 7periectly t\ I I
Started two weeks ago are still in vogue in every "Bud" Underhill was called and that the services were over and :; ta'-en and the tC'(-!'icker* I

f department. Goods must move to make room for gave substantially the same testi- Beasley and Underhill left them. l were greeted with pro. '-1 tL* law,l '
mony as that of Beasley, except Witness and the Philips boys rode The perfect I)8, La I disap- L.
prose ,, :
@ spring stock. @ neither Brownor fruit Wfta ptrthis .
that he testified that
with on toward the church and met Al-I j I phasing feature: .es that 1 hed: !
@ @ the Philipses had and a gun that the len Harris and wife. They turned : gram is a very hjgb'cJlr,ygjr yam J. .
them that evening and went home with Harris, and the skill of Miss M'f/'fl me Hi-tlie di :
@ If you are cleaning house @ accused men rode on toward the when the news of the shooting had! had many of t surreptitious! '

church, in an opposite direction reached them all went to in her ,"" those ; :.
: they over kindergarten 'i
@ and need new Matting, call and see our @ from Ph'liau's house, when he and the place of James Harris to see I' ha'l this feature of -he. lawit> wt.4.i : j. .

line of pretty patterns and compare the Beasley left them. Philiau. Witness sat up with Phil !I tCitainment under?t "

@ price and quality with other offerings. @ The'state in then rebuttal.introduced James some Har- iau all that night. ; work Miss h1CFid iovaded farm pb I1 ),:eer is l I.
testimony Chas. and Wm both' acr ,
@ @ Philips were very ::\assistanCc1 e mornin rf'-
ris was caned, but denied any placed on the stand and corrobor- Tr l e.eni-.L.l.. ice tr.rt -'

@ Our Garden Seed @ knowledge that of the Philiau case. expected It is understood to-I j ated the testimony of Brown. su; veil in tram{_! il---4f' .l y. # '\ :i itia I

I I I After hearing the testimony i ; goo/style r b:' FV;' ,r.co,' e. \. J
c@ will give good results.Ve don't handle @ prove by Harris that Chas. Philips Justice Gardiner took the case under i 1, f t1i'Jf tcth.ai-: '. 4. !! .
had sent a threatening message to advisement and rendered his mer-i\ art :done ( bu'5t"j'1.f ':: I.

@ the "won't come up" kind. @ i him (Philiau) by the witness sub- decision at I o'clock, dischargingWm lit**.' '**as" "J'1 All\ acapen; .0. ,.j'" .," '" t-
sequent to the shooting, but Hari Philips from custody'and selves.credlta. ancj.nre bell, n--' MkAof \1 .
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it if such tr fJw.?
@J' @ i ris would not divulge a binding Brown and Chas. Philips each one portlomoe. YOl1.kt -

message had been sent. over to the circuit court in the sum taste of them ? and didn.:.... t4' oJ ,
@ J.GALVAREZ. Allen Harris was sworn and testified ... I
of $500 each. They gave the bond The bride and roey double crop: \ .ro
@1 that he heard the gun fire for their appearance at circuit Julia Stewart andae ite. I wnft....1 i .. V

@ while he was in church. After the court, which convenes next Mon Davis, were natura rt rr. ,e "&l ;I t rf ; ,(
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C PubllsheciEveryFrldayat PRICKLY! ASH BITTER SAID seeds Biliousness out of which and constipation spring many are ot I J.I:. FUTCIi I

'3TARKE ,3 RADFORD COUNTY.FLA the: serious diseases that afflict the

.- .- ----- -- LIVER AND BOWELS human body. Sound judgment I. ATTORNEVATLAW.Office .

R S. FOKTIFIZS TEE SYSTEM TO RESIST PREVAILING DISEASES. would demand the immediate re- iu Bank Btiil.iing. :Starke FU
HMTHEWS, Publisher :
Prop r. i 1F
moval of this condition before it
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develops something more troublesome C. WILLS. 31. 1> ,
-SUBSCRIPTION- [ Sold: t>y STA-IRIKIIB DRUG COi and difficult to cure. Prckly I JOHN }

One Year....................................$1.00 ----- Ash Bitters is a reliable cure for AM I I
iliMonthg: ................ I
.. ............ .30rhree.Houms i its editorial it is the methods that of the simi
shall be in the and disorders of
............... .. county cast constipation
............., 25 DISEASES OF WO uOB.TETI4t: ASPECIALTY. I
.. -- -- obtain in the nomination of our convention according to the senti- lar character. It not only thoroughly : .

officials that it must the ments of a majority of the delegation. l empties and purifies the bowels, f
prod not
Filtered I in thePostofflceat Starke.Fla OOk-e with the Starke Drug Co.
ai Second
bowel chan-
Nothing could be more but strengthens the
constitution. The constitution is STAKKE. FI.A.
-c1asF Matter. un-democracic. Such delegationsare nels and regulates the liver and I '

I -- - --- all right with the exception, pos- representative of the personal i stomach, hence it performs a rad-

I Starke. Flu., 3Ich. 23. 1OOO. sibly, that the limitation of one wishes of a few leaders rather than ical cure. Sold by Starke Drug 'I'IIUs. };. ISUCJU.ATTORNEYATLAU'. I

.. term should be removed trom the of the sentiments of a their constituents Company.


: Hon. Frank Clark the Duval office of governor.-- If the restriction to a single term If troubled with rheumatism Corner Cherry amt JacKnon Streets. Stark I IJ.

1 i county candidate for congress, Changes in Policy. should be considered too drastic it give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a

i opened his campaign Monday From the Pen:
I night in DeLand. Mr. Clark is "The Pensacola News successive terms, but to include it does no good. One application VV & LONG,
I appears will relieve the It also
more than two would scarcely cure pain.
said to feel sure of success in his lately to be after 'anything for a
:i: the evils that are just now the sub- cures sprains and bruises in one- A'1'TOItNEYSA'1'14AIV.0t1ee
$t t contest with Hon. Robert WDavis. change.the It constitutional has recently suggestedthat ject of such strong condemnation third the time required by other .
The friends of Mr. Davis the incumbents throughout thf state. Provide treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites, in Peek's Biiiiiiinir. Iltrkl!. Kla
giving of the officeof
1 14 are, of course, just as sure that that no state officer-and includethe luinsey, pains in the side and
a single term only be
Mr. Clark i is doomed to defeat. extended to all other state offices governor therein if it should chest, glandular and other swellings )) JH. COLSON, M. I)., .

t1 i and. we believe it intimated that seem advisable-sha 1 succeed him are quickly cured by applying
It self in the it. bottle warranteed. PHYSICIAN AND SUKUKON
the same office more than Every 25 ; ,
From extension
communication might
penned down the line profitably go once. The resu t would prove far and 50 cents. For sale by J. L !STARKE. FLA. I.
on to the of-
1 by a former and county .
; carpet-bagger more universally)) satisfactory than Gaskins. ..
fices. '
J published in recent issue of This strikes us as a far Office in U"lIklu' Drug Store. ;
a the is the present restriction as to the -
fetched of 4t
arriving at
way a conc -
i Pa atka Advertiser it is apparent usion that the incumbent of the gubernatorial I Clara: "Are you engaged to t
public can
always M. GOn 't'().
office. ; for ? Gertrude
: that the opposition to Mr. Sheath reach without being edged aboutor Douglass good : [) ----
"It looks I don't think he'll \
Notwithstanding theory that so.
will) have the sympathy and trammeled by iron-clad constitutional
law. The the people) are all-powerful, the ex ever be able to marry me ATTOKXKY-AT-LAtV.: t
nomination and
of what few .
there _
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election of officers. under our perience recent years demonstrates COMMERCIAL PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. :i
't are in the state holding the belief pres the fact that the people do Prevented A Tragedy. i
ent system is entirely in the handsof sl'.\ItKE. FLA.
.l that our social system the people. They can make not dominate the state conventions Timely information given Mrs 1

1 should' be upset and a system olequality such changes as seem expedient in On the contrary, they are too proneto George Long, New Straitsville. LEGAL NOTICES. :
suffer themselves to be shorn ')f I ... j
election Ohio prevented a dreadful traged' "" "'u.u. # # # # "
between the races set up any year they desire, and;
constitutional I' their rightful power by the skillfu and saved two lives A
in its stead. The will limitation might b< frightfu ExrtMitorN Notice. ,1.
opposition exceedingly embarrassing at time s manipulations of their leaders, who cough had long kept her awaU ".-
be rather too heavy laden to con- by combinations themselves ""OTIf'F.11I hereby sivt-n that all person indebted -
when there was a general desire ti among every night She had tried ma A ." I to the astat.4! S P ('1'1'\\11.dt'l't'.u.
summate its plans for the defeatof retain a particularly meritorious of trade and swap and clicker with remedies and doctors but steadih il. !ut>-of Bradford comity wil!! par the lame0thenudersignwl r

Mr. Sheats. ficer. Let's not have 'too much the votes of the delegates: to th grew worse until urged to try Dr -oils having claims with..u'aitn delay said: estate and nil must pr
utter destruction and: perversion ot recent them dull authenticated, within tWit
Kin 's New
--- _.- constitution. Starke TEL Discovery.Om rear ..r this notice will te pl.nd in hAr GRAPH. the people's rights, and to the individual bottle wh llv cured her. and sh rt'l'Overy. S. M. I'RF.WSI.
It would be really to bad for the !' .. March 16. 1000. Administrator.
The News sincerely regrets that advantage of themse:ve writes this marvelous'medicine

TELEGRAPH to be forced to relate it has produced the impression thatit and their favorites. also cured Mr.. Long of a severe Ilotice.'OrICFh'hrrehvKiv.utheton.

at this 'late day the incidents that is after "anything for a change." The people are supreme in factas atuck of pneumonia. Such cures

underlie t e opposition of he that in theory and ail they need t+' ire positive proof uf the maichiesnent '\,. l the 2thilav.
a certain newspaper hesitates to : of :March. A. D. J\M"I, in tie town of Stark-. a
scribbler in this to the suggest desirable changes, either in do. as delegates, is to ignore the > of this grand remedy fo "'lurida. application will lit'. made to the lion.h.nn ..
county selfish : M Call. JII.I"f the Circuit t ton rt ofne .
re-nomination of governmental policy or in the per- I I too powerfti' influence curing all throat chest and lung Fourth Judicial Circuit of Florida for hit '

Superintendent sonnel of governmental instruments '.f the party leaders, and 'deter troubles. Only Soc and $ i. Even ipprovul a proposed charter incorporating
-- -- t li-nevolenl xociely tr)be known an The Aid and
meats Hut u it must DC toia we of administration is faithles mine once for all-to act tin Vittle guaranteed. Trial bottle .turialKocielv" with main "IA.of bn'8" in l

4 hive the notes at hand. A teacher. to its duty. By urging the adoption themselves and for their constituents !- free at J L Gaskins drug store. vhich arke.shall Brm!>ford e 'o ottt-r t'ounly.preside Horida.for for the obj funeral t.t of '

I as well as for the best inter- ud int *rnifiir of the iinli i-n' ilrf>ist-il colors
his lecture
class of of
; to a ex- a policy that operated so -- Kit-sons within the lx>>mdt uf the operating Brut "
in the ests of good government in th i ,"f aid MXMfty. as provider! by chapter tsu of
aminees on the evils of "peeping"during satisfactorily matter of the In the midst of life we are in ir Laws..r Florida.

f :- the course of examination.; governorship the News simply) state. _. debt K. J. JOHNSON.
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seeks, as it should, the greatest --- McFSIIION..
his own fall when hard d Story of Slave.
a wo a JOHN'
good to greatest number. Had You assume no risk when

stared him in the face and an expose this limitation existed in the constitution To be bound hand and foot fir buv Chamberlain's Colic, Choler you: This February, \ D. iM! LNotice nCIJI'J"Jr:1tors.

of his shady methods as a Florida would not now years by chains of disease is th and DurrhO'ia Rem edy J. I

moralist bv Superintendent Sheatscut present the amazing spectacle I t worst form of slavery. George I). Gaskins will refund your money it for Publication.

a figure in the little story that one state officer ready to ac' ept a Williams, of Manchester, Mich. you are not satisfied after using it LAND OFTICE AT OAfEmni.t.i'. Fr.,.,
renomination fur an office which he tells how such a s ave was marli It is everywhere admitted to be M.irrh, 12. 1TOTK'E !
might be"xwritten.PARTY \ ht'nhJlvl'tI: thai the foliowinz-
has held since 1876; another simi- free. He says: My wife ha the most successful remedy in ust. > named settler him Bleu lotioof hm mirn-

larly ready to accept an office he been so helpless for five years tor bowel complaints and the only.ytie I inn 11,11 that to make said proof tina will pruof U.-m in onpport ate l ffoiv of bis K<*claim.
USAGES AT FAULT. has held since 1888; another, who that she cnul'l not turn over in bed that never fails. It is pleas Kecfiverut Inii.esville./ F'luridaon

having occupied his office for three alone, After using two bottles of IT"t. safe and reliable. APRIL SIST.z 111I)01.) ,

Under the caption "Changes inr full terms ardently desires it for i Electric hitters she is wonderfully ',.:3.: Daniel for the R.NWH EpwunK of See.I.awtey.:!.Tp. 6 Florida.S.. Kangr Hd.*l

Policy"we reproduce to-day from the fourth term and still another improved and able to do her own .IMt He name the following witnevgex to prove hmciitinuou.s i

the esteemed Pensacola News an. who desires a third term. work This supreme remedy for rfstdrncif upon and cultivation of
nid viz R
article in of its contention The TELEGRAPH says that "the female diseases quickly cures nervousness A. A. Imark4. Chus. y. Hill. Win. Conway,

support nomination and election of officers, sleepessness; melancholy. F E ;r., and Win LeinacliM, all iv.of O.lawteFlorida.KOHINSON.: 'i
that the tenure of incumbents ol
under our present system is en- ; headache, backache fainting and 16 3 Regi-lor.

I the state offices should be re irely in the hands of the people." dizzy spells. This miracle working

stricted by constitutional ptovision. Unfortunately, such is not the I medicine is a godsend to wra-: Always cheaper 4 Notice. tI'HF

As will be seen by the article in case: except in theory Delegations j sickly run down people. Every In the end than aoy seeds 1 : undersigned. aHsi iI1 neeof J. F. P. Mc-
that only cost half an much. Murry.for lx-nrfil ol ('r.ltroMi. herebj civeH.r
question our from the people of the several bottle guaranteed. Only 500. So'il Tested, true to name, fresh and ..>tier that having made, final statement of nil
contemporary supper L. Gaskins natter periamirfr to ouch ,"'sitioa. will after .
counties often enter the state convention by J. druggist. reliable. Always the beet. Ask /,
dirty liars' publication) hereof in the f
V its BRAD..nHD'ut'STY
ts contention for
: ,; a change kfor Ferry's-take no others.
Thi.KORAPH, a new" .
handicapped, through their pap'r published in
1 Write for I'M Seed AooatlD. V arke. Brad'ord C' .t
> in the constitution with denuncia. own indifference to their rights, by It is very hard to stand idlb\' U. essay.Jt.CO.. Indtreof the"lh j'idirial''lint> cin Florida.Nit. of apply Honda to the ior

.e !l tion d the method; that have ob I an agreement that the entire vote and see our dear ones suffer while Detroit Ml h.CO letters ordiMcliarjce as such 114. \V trneeW SAPP,

t *tamed in our nominating! conven- awaiting the arrival of the doctor. i-lfj..1I101 Assignee, etc
': An Albany (N. Y.) dairyman ca'leci -
t "is. As the organic law doeshate Thousands Have Kidney Trouble \of h'e for Pllhlicntint.LAND ._ '.
at a drug store there tor a doctor .. -
; the least to do with fram and Don't Know it. -- f
to and his
come see then OFFICE AT (iAt9tav1LL4.: : FLA..

.- \parfy usage, does it not follow How To Find Out. very sick with croup. Not finding .O q |.-...-l- NOTICE N hereby Y iven March that tb.IS. I fulloHinc wo. .

?the News is to deal Fill a bottle or common glass with your the doctor in, he left word for .n Kett ler hits tiled notice of his inten-
seeking 3
.. .. I water and let It stand_.n___ twentv-four___ _hoursa. him I a::. ; ion to make Anal pro-f in snpiHirt' of his flam .
institution ; to come at once on his return jnd that said proof will lx' niltlt'fhr. Heaster .
an unmerited blow
., sediment settling He also bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Q f*.'*-, 'nd UecHverar Gaiiie ville. Horida,ou
intern porary wants the con indicates an .-......."... : APRil. 21ST. HUM.
whidi '"' -
condi- Cough he
\ I I unhealthy Remedy, viz: Alfred A. Lrmaeksnf I>awtey. Florida. lid.
amended to cure evils thatd tion of the kid- hoped would give some relief un- -: $98 for the S' Ji of Sec. 2. Tp. 6 S.. Kane

''\ nothing to do with neys; if it stains til the doctor should arrive. In a i rJ r2S r. 2'1 He E. name the following witnesses to prove hi"

Would it not be much oi your evidence linen of it kid-Is few hours he returned, saying the j enntinuunsre4dencrup'nanJcuittvaUnnof land laid
viz: I) R Edwards Chna. S. HilL 1Vri,.
v & point if the News i ney trouble; too doctor need not come, as the child I j =w'u ('onwft). Sr..and Wm l 'nmcks.nil of L..wtry.
W. 0
frequent desire to was much better. The druggist, II> i 16 3.6t .
i *ts energies toward pass it or pain in :; Regiater.Administrator's
: .. Mr. Otto Scholz. the
.r says family
th harlr: is, glen: Y
---- --- -'-- tj
\ in the usages ot I convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder has since recommended Chamber- SPARK Notice.i .
i 1 party? are out of order. lain's Cough Remedy to their > :; 3 I .".".OTI"E i is hereby given that al! pertonn. indebted -
ould it I What to Do. neighbors and friends until he has L.J g.A: to the estate of Benjamin Kite, de-
as at There is comfort In the i ceased latt.of f.nidfoiil cr.umy will nay the
ntee to thee often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's knowledge so a constant demand tor it from I i =- I same to Ih6undt'l'-llmt'd without delay; and all
Swamp- ; iwrsons having claims
Root, the great kidney that part of the For sale 0)O I present them, against said estate oust
dom in remedy fulfills every country. I duly authenticated, wIthin two
the : wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the by J. L. Gaskins. [ .. year 8.or fh 8 notice will be piead in bar of their

.* thc various' back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part I --..;. .:> SPARKO lecovery.
i urinary passage. It corrects Inability We' have saved I>. M. UORNTO.
doctor bill
i \ and a curlm to hold water many March S. lOO! .
and )
scalding pain in () !M I riinwiralor8.. 1
passing b
I II :
z. ] would b\ i It, or bad effects following use of liquor, since we began using Chamberlain's ? ii -- -

t'iJs of which i iIf" wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant I Cough Remedy in our home. We I .

I necessity of being compelled to go often keep a bottle open all the time andwhenever L-J Skin Diseases.
4 :
during the ;
I 1 it is pospoliticians day and to get up many times of 0 0)C
family or ,
during the'night.. The mild and the extra- any my mv-j i .==-
to ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon self begin to catch cold we begin I For the speedy and permanent cure of

JjTthe people at realized. It stands the highest for its won- to use the Cough Remedy and asI Jk tetter salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's

Igcers' who hold i I derful If cures of the most distressing cases. a result we never haveto send I i ii Eye and Skin .Ointment is
you a medicine you should have the without an equal. It relieves the itch
y for
doctor and incur
*m.would be best. Sold by druggists in 50c. andl. sizes. i, away a large f:1: :: COM ing and smarting'almost instantly and
You may have a sample bottle of this I I doctor bill, for Chamberlain'sCough j: its continued n ie effects. a permanent

; ycomplishrating wonderful discovery J Remedy never fails to cure j! 8 E pI"d cure. It also cures itch barber's itch
\ I I and a book that tells IMIY I II scald head.
officers ; I It is certainly a medicine of great t.J tt Bore nipples, itching piles,
more about It,both chapped hands
I sent } chronic
i bore and
$ I merit and worthD.. S MEARKLE eyes
lif F one term. absolutely free mall i tnauuiJr I I | J granulated lids.
by 111';
.j f ,.... I ...
---- general merchant and
.. accomplishindicated I :: Burner 6c Home of Swmmp-Root j -
Co.. Binghamton N. Y. When writing men- j IV attie, Bedford county, Pa. For Dr. fadj's Condition Powders for
xA in I tion reading this offer in this I THE horses are the best
; generous paper. sale. by J. L. Gaskins. $1.00 TELEGRAPH. Sl.OO : tonic blood purifier
.- andvermifuge. Price 25cents. Soldby'f

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Newsy Gossip From that Thriving How It Originated, Its Aims and Its Prospect for Large Cotton Acreage- ..IN FAR
See our fine millinery.. The Town. I Progress.Special < ;! Some Political Notes. C)
C Ideal. By Our Regular: Correspondent. : : Correspondence Editor TELKJKAPH!: :

I The hardest rain that has fallen The TELEGRAPH always eagerto Not seeing: anything from this Three Daily

Daniel Shaw, of Neb'o, is visit i for years fell in Lake Butler last ass st the firmer in his struggle place in your paper for some time, Sunday

.. irg friends. .here.. Thursday evening and night. for prosperity, will, no doubt, be and supposing that "Shortv" had Great SemiWeeklyNewspapers
-- The raIlroad officials have been pleased to publish the following "vamosedhe ranch" I have concluded -
I James Kelly is visiting relatives
Lake put to great trouble repaying dam account of an interview between to give v u a few dots.
at Butler.
."J ,h ages to the J. & SV.. railroad your correspondent and Capt D We are having an epidemic of : f f41JeJ1JI r

) Curtains, lace curtains, chenille track caused by the heavy rains : C. Chase, of Starke Capt. Chaseho la grippe in this communityYour I

I. and tapestry curtains, at the Ideal Miss Ethel Almstead and Prof.T. ds the office of state organizerof humble scribe has been very

P. Maynard, were visiting The Farmer's Resort, and we sick with: it fr two wee s or more 1 THE FLORIDA 1
I ;
Mr. and Mrs AI. A Durden, of friends here 'ast week found him busy with a large correspondence and is just now getting able toi
i Hampton, were visitors to Starke I' of the TIMES UNION 'CITIZEN
Miss Jessie O'Quinn the fair from all parts i i walk about the house :

(I I Thursday.J receptress ..of Litesville. .schi-o 'state concerning the object and The farmers are very busy at 'if The I.!..Jonua._:j. iiw uW""JJJUJJ_ TTI9oj,..... year%_.._.d 'Ll t
f' t W. Hodges made a business i spent: the Saturday and Sunday I progress of the order. this time preparing their land for September FloridA Citizen 9,1'97.14th This year consolidated were ccnoliil K5 y
J 1 trip to Ocala vacation with friends in Lake Butler On making our business known planting. borne have already kk read from November to June by people from _4 i
Wednesday, returnmghCme more states than any other paper in the United 1
; j the captain s .id: "Yes, I am truly planted their cotton. Within a States on the day of publication thereby being
? Thursday.if nnequaled as an advertising medium in the
Editcr T. R. Hartig, was in g ad that our leading county paper tew mi'es cf thIs place more than 1' South. be idea circulating in every nook and

If you want to be in style and: at town s veral days this week j takes an interest in our noble ordera 1,000 acres will be planted in cot- corner in Florida.,,gJt,7tJt -

'. 1 the same time wear a becoming Mrs Onie POrt is prostrated by j d trust it may be the cause IIf a ton, tne product of which will' go

hit, Miss Embree can suit you at a severe attack of la grippe. rich in rease in your subscripti! -n to swell the trade of some other THE SEMIWEEKLY .

" the.. Ideal. Mayor J. J. Jones visited the list, which the l KLK.OKAI-H i we 1 place! as we have no tjins. iTIMES-DNIOMCITIZEN

strawberry fields of Plant City last deserves. You may state that the The necessitv for a large depot I
VV. C Kerce, one of the leasing
week. He found berries moving Farmer's Resort is of F orida or- : and warehouse is very keenly felt The Semi-Weekly Times-Union; and Citizen f'c

citizens was a guest of the of Banker Guilford N. T.section Rich, off rapidly: and fruit in fine condi I I igin, and though not yet three hereVith improved shipping .[ is Southern the best State semi-weekly for the paper low price published of in the '

tion. The recent cold did not years old, it has over SODO members -: fa, ilities I fee sure we would havea
last Sunday.J : I I I II
reach thi-m in the state and over 400 in j I large crop of vegetables another $1.00 PER YEAR.Its

P Morgan is again an attache Lacy Douglass and wife have I I Bradford county. Hon. M. L :McKinney I; year, as we have as fine vegetab e State news is fresh and full; it comprise 1
of the Starve and to in their who has for so enjoyed '! and laud b 1.( und 1 telegraphic dispatches from all part, of the I
Drug Company, gone housekeeping new long farming as can : world up to the boor of going to press and its
i; will .dispense the cold drinks when cottage: inVest Lake Hut er. I the esteem and confidence of ]: in the state. I understai c the |i comment and instructive.upon current Special attention events are i*given pointed to

t the season opens Mrs. Grady and daughter left I the county, is our president. Bound j i officials of the A S. R. & Lr railway r i matters In all the pertaining qualities to of the a farm newspaper and bO I

Saturday to make their home in i together, as we are by the string '! have the matter of building a C\\I family surpseed.AGRICULTURAL.circle. and the bosines man it < .
Mrs Mary Geiger. of Hampton, Jacksonville. 'ies of mutual interests: we naturally I larger depot under advts ment X jtjtjCj* hOld.1
1 and Mrs. C.'R
: Sparkman, of War !- W.. V.- -!Mnnmim.--.. ---. -and..- wife.. .-- visited- --.- .. labor together for the rood ot We do not hear nuu.h: of politics
do, are guests of :Mrs. VV. E. Wain- 0 and
Jacksonville Friday. our order our peop generally.Our yet. Everyone with whom I hive .
I right, of this city. John Croft returned from Key motto is: 'In Tmngs, Unity;; spoken on the subject heartily en- The Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower being (

1 I Dr. F. i-I. Blackmarr arrived.i West Monday morning where he : in Things Nmi essential, L berty;I dur>es the FKLKfjR\pifs advocacyof i' purchased has been consolidated by the Florida with Pu the agricultural, <

': here Monday in response to a telegram had been attending the Grand lodgeK. in All Things, Charity' Wm. X Sheats for re-nomina- (I department and Citizen.of The the old Semi-Weekly name has 'been Times-Union retained ;I y
4 of but "We labor to make' home more I for >? and ample space is provided in hich to.Tl .
I announcing the serious illness P. There was one thing tion state superintendent of present all\ the department of the Farmer and
of his little son. that happened to mar the pleasuie attractive and comfortable, to increase schools. He is looked upon hereas Y* "Fruit The Grower Pinery.,"such etc. as No"Grove pains and will Orchard.l", spared" ,
of the whole trip, and that was the love for our vocation, to the right man for the place. V3 by the publishers to make the combination as I ICA
replete with interest and as valuable to they <
;; Mrs G. A. Douglass departed sea sickness on the return voyage encouragf c'- per tion, to aid in peaking of superintendents I am soil-tiller a* was the old journal one of the
historic landmarks of Florida.
: Wednesday for Ocala in response Elder Danghery will preach at maintaining the laws, and to reduce reminded that the name of Pro f(I With the !growing interest in Florida everyJ3 {
where the Semi-W eeklyla rapidly attaining a
I to a telegram announcing the serious the ( hristian church next Sunday expenses and lucre ise profits. I fessor John G. Kellum is often S4 universal circulation.

r illness of her mother. morning and evening. We aim to raise more of our supplies I mentioned by our citizens in connection .c J1JIJI 4

J1.i FOR SALE-Large, gent'e horse, James Kelley is a guest of the at home anti purchasing less I!I with the office' of county Specimen Copies Free to any

t wagon and har,-ess. Will &! Croft House this week. from abroad, and our pur. ruses are superintendent. Address. I.

W' cheap for cash if taken at once. The Baptist people are strivingto made on a la ge kale through t'-e AKME ,JI atl ,JI

t. CII 0\5. OAKFORD, Highland, Flat seat their house of worship with combining of the buyers, so that --- ADDRESS,
Card of Thanks.
with the building ferti izer: flour etc.
seats to correspond we procure THE FLORIDA
t You don't have to buy fioo cheaper than if each bought for The members of the family of

I; worth at Mrs. Sistrunk's in ord r Friends of Mr. E. J. Wainright I. himself'e endeavor to concen- Mr. J. Wainn'ght, deceased TIMES-UNION AND CITIZEN, ;

, to get back over charges, but you; were sadly grieved to learn of hisd \ trate our trade in order to reduce de. ire. to public y express JACKSONVILLE FLA.

j" save ten to twenty-five per cent. ath at his home on Water prices For instance: The six I I their sincere thanks for the many

f on every purchase.: I sub-Resorts near La OakCoatsie -- -
--- McKinnev ana contract w th the Hackett Dry frien s and neighbors during his
Miss Florida McAfee is resident Mis"\I
Kerce, were married at the Goods Company, and find concentrating i-Iness and attt r his death A FkBLPATTERN ;
t agent for Cr. fts & Reed, of Chi their trade with that '(tber set i -a' t ., rribrr. B- eol- 1
Mr. W. R Kerce last V e n.slay one 3n ar every ttifuI"
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manufacturers of fine toilet or-.1 lahrnt.ul. 1 |' and I.t itlntx () toil.'f
i cago. evening. I house very profitab e and pleasant. I J L Gaskins guarantees every .:..lite designs.

soaps, and will appreciate the Mrs. M. L. McKmney, left last \Ve alway- try 10 promote h,irmony II bottle of 'namberlain's Cough

favor of an order. Saturday morning to visit Mrs. and good will among .urselves and Remedy and will refund the monev MSC&LL'SMAGAZ1O: : .

The friends of :Mr. and :Mrs. WW. W. E. Knight, Volusia.. mankind generally in order to I I to any one who i is not satisfied after .

. Baisden will be pleased to -- ---'- --- further our sod -1 l, moral, intellect'ual using two-thirds of the contents. :

know that their little son is now Boys in a Row. and financial advancement and I This is the "est remedy in the worl I
An altercation between some honorable for la coughs, colds, Dr.'m.lntf,.: ...rnnnmie f ncjr. work bnuvht-Iil.. hint..
ail] grippe
beyond danger, after a very severe by means to perpetuate I croup port Ht rl' cui. rent tor''''* etc 8ulrrit today.iulytoc.yearly.
attack of la grippe. boys at Temple's Mill Sunday our or.lerVe are in harmony and whooping cough and is pleasant : Lady agentawauted. aeudfortarms.

afternoon resulted in Jonah Underhill I with all laws wh'ch 'essen the Ivir- and safe to take. It prevents
George Moore who is taking a the 14-year-old son of Mr I dens of the farmers and furnish any tendency. of a cold to result in 1

course at the Massey Business I T. E. Underhill, receiving some them with cheap and rapid trans pneumonia. tw>

College Jacksonville, came home severe bruises. portation. We are not antagonisticto I

'1'' Sunday to spend a week with his Young Underhill and John E1-' any class, hut eivk-avr t.> create Notice of Dis'inlutiml.I!I

.. 1 mother. Mrs. \V. W. Moore lington, a lad of seventeen had a a perfect understanding between N OTIC'is! h..r.Ih I'll that the r/. partnership 1. ,
misunderstanding and Ellington and to the end that I hpretofnorxi8'i"ir between K. L.Mnvvirt -
Mr and Mrs. J M. Brownlee labor capital M I>.. and B P Smith, fining hll..in.>. -'
threw Underbill down on the rail- the farmer may receive the fti 1 1' .i tier I hr8rnantes aiiil si\le. .if the MarlceI'lUK -
and the of L. Brownlee .
family J. IOIIIMIIh.18 I hi* with the single exception of Mrs road track. In tHe fall Uncle, hil benefit of his I-bor and capitil ample Ii Itualeontrnt.F:. I. M.-w ,rt IIMIJIII; M.1,1! hip other stylishchar"patunu Haven feet not equal atuirrd tor.tjltand by the peifait ore of any at. R
the iron and rendered i merest In.ml i hIlSII.lo.I P. Smith who wille.wtinnthe
struck was : reward for its investment We
Brownlee have had visit from i
a ->umui! all liabilities ol
unconscious for a time, but rinally are zealous in th muse of I the tlriu
11 but thistime very
L' g ipie! are recovering at I E.I.
I II made his way home and reported education, be ievinsf i' to he the I H P SMITH.Stiirke. MgCALL8
his After : 1 Kla Mnri-h-Jl 1M! I.
o, \ the matter to parents. corner stone of liberty, morality :J.tJ 4t

I R Davis, the insurance man, reaching home he was suffering so and prosperity I ----------.-----
is so much ind'spused as to he confined I much that his father ca led in Dr. "X 0 obligations religious or !t -"f r, a

41c to his bed Dr. Wills, the FranCis. i The doctor found the political srul be a stumbling blockto ti I I Eailr put together Only 10 and H '!pnH, ('!-non JI..
blither Sold la nrsrlyevenstve.rdto.y >>r by m
dUel ding physician, reports Mr boy suffering from some severe membership in our order We i:Ii i COFFINS, ilk (or them. Ab.olutelyvery latntup-t.-dawstyisa k I

Davis improving at this time and I I bruises, but thought he would be ignore sectional lines, and are a i US-14C Wnt TilE Mlh MrCAI.L.JUrrrt. .Co. Si p.\'a.* '.rla CHf, L.t.
thinks he will soon be out again. i up and about in a short while. common union of friends to the \ CASKETS :.r

I Vonncr Kllinrrtnn was arrested! seeking to relieve: oppressedor Joys of Sab.rbao Life. I ,
James Alexander, a travelingph .on complaint; *-* t' ,f1r-- Underhil1' and i I poor suffering brethren by any meansin I iiml a full line ofUNDERTAKERS' "Yes," sighed thosabcrban: tuctpnt -_: .:.. :
tograpr-er, was :\ guest ot Mr. I under bond for "I thought I bad shaken ufT iiiv uuctfonuti' .L
a' d I \''lrs. Frank I Hoover of this I was placed appear- \ our power"These i that last blow ramp. NfI ha' i '.

city, the first part of the week ance before Justice Gardiner I i are the principles which i SUPPLIES figured out that mj 'viseat plan'1 is .* ,t--. h. i
Thursday morning It was found, band us together and with God'she sit around the house and f '. i
Air Alexander is at present: stationed just prottit .
Morriston: and however, ina.. the Underhill boy :I p we must !'ucceed"Hic1din I Always on hand. The best such property aa I havE left. .f'" t

business. reports I i had not efficiently recovered to i the genial captain goad I service at the lowest "When I went out there it was with .{ .,,.
doing a good !
,: attend the hearing and the case by, we left him assured that The i prices. a longing to revive the please re's ol! life ; '.

Dr J. H Colson was called toWard i i i was postponed until such time as : Farmer's Resort was a grand and i: in a country home, ncb aa .n;Id: ;made

City Thursday to attend i i I he is able to give testimony : good order, in the hands of good I Spwial attention to Telegraph Onlers my boyhood BO buppy. Hat.; .. .. t
nces were as dismal \ tt
Senator and Mrs! A. Crosbwho'" I I against young. Ellington.-. i ii I men. E. G C. LIVINGSTON.I tiuns bad been bright. Chicken '

., are suffering from la grippe. The i i Died. i j I I -- i!I raided my hennery until the last f 1.

doctor reports his patients rather' Hampton. choice Cochin CbmaH 'ha.l disap 1
Frank Hamlin infant son of : I i --
I seriously' indisposed! but thinks i ii Dr and Vir.s! F H. Blackmarr of Mrs Chas Sparkman, of Wa'do' All the lua-ious fruit. was pr'i:
will soon be and around from peach trees that I had: '
they up in town Sunday.A .
i I Cliica bu, died tt the home ol Airs. was with jealous cajr years. ':.
t f again. i E. Strong in this citymorning Wf Hn *|5r1ivi car load of sweet potatoes was KadolDysr. pigs! that serV,'
''I Starke's first bushel of strawberries at I o'clock, ot calk larv shipped from here to Atlanta last garbage were finrreptit msl- r

J. for the present season was :i, bronchitis, after several days of wee- grace the fta.cof; WL.. :". ,
't The The Vijss Minnie Wynn is visiting in a the fear of, the law tar"' O
!suffering woSI
shipped Wednesday. shipment body
-W.IJ :
& Cure -a S "
Jacksonville. { $i a Not content with del : t
d't was made up by Messrs.) J embalmed Wednesday and will be f .
live stock and farm J .
t 'y L. Brownlee, W. II Underhill, : placed in, the vault at the home of :Miss Hessic Manire came from t'

t and lr.s Ned Lewis, Tom Williams, J. !M. I Mrs. Ervin Johns to await trans Starke Friday evening and spent Digess\ hat you eat.ltartififrl"cligests awakened marauders one invaded mornin lt1'h'"..Its l +''- i

a0)4Truby: and John Uglow. The mission to the North. The funs-ral Saturday and Sunda) at her home tht' food and aids smce of my entiwet' Fta- io"I.) ,>
> will services will be conducted from Ratuie I iQ, ! shipping season soon be at its hereMrs o digestive organs.1tisttt0 lara andznonds cufTe iL'::,:: is I !
t } : Darlington has returned to structing f? .,S iausted "... y' i
4s the home of : collar b-n '
ome' he'rht and a fair yield in prose'v1ndul Mrs. Strong at 2:30: a*e.Nt discovered digest- .
oi her winter home at !Melrose aftera with' fll.gnaL e- = I
rect. p. m. to-day. Friends are mi ant and tonic 'Ko other preparation had gone ....,.. .. ;l
... -' -- i vited to attend the services at the visit here with her daughter: rs. can approach it in efficiency. It instantly Then I put in but.-;",.... : \ : f ,' .
t The Metropolitui Pharmacy has house The services at the vault R W. CameronMrs. relieves and permanently cures with one eye open:\ of 'tt, :; I" \
been somewhat handicapped in the will be : M. L. Maynard and daughter Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, "Jnst as I be'6 t -fit: ,;\; '
private. Flatulence] Sour Stomach, Nausea. wai feeling secure t? :f. \
Cl-iudia from Alachua 7
matter of displaying their drugs came and io 1 .
their i For Sale. and visited relatives here the first Sick run for office. You;k. ,-e: .
non-arrival of stock ;
the !
by all ot her results of imperfect digestion. pent 3,000 and did iee 1 j'' ;
,... botties. A rush of orders with the 160 acres of land, well timbered; part of the week. Price" 50c.and |1. large size contains V4 times the race. They double cfot j .V j*, : L..j.: .
I dealers from whom they ordered is six miles trom :Melrose, Clay coun Mrs D. Tison was a visitor to small size.Book allll.buutdyspepsia.mailed tree I'm an Isbmae' te. I will* I> ',' '.
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Hiram Sharp Sentenced to Hangat I Governor Candler of Georgia

FOR BRYAN Decatur, Ga., On Himself At the War I I Wants Members of Cobb County I Il HE WILL TALK !
April 9th Next. l Hob Punished. II |

i Hiram murdering Department In Washington.ALSO '';
Sharp, charged I I Governor Candler of Georgia is determined ,

his wife, was declared guilty by a that the perpetrators of the I {

Democratic State Convention Is jury in the DeKalb county, Ga., supe- CALLS UPON THE PRESIDENT l I I crime at Marietta: last Saturday night'l And Tell All He Knows About the. :'. '

rior court. There was no recommen- r
I I in which the negro John wasI J
dation for and Judge John S. I
Assassination of Goebel.
Held at Lincoln.
t practically shot to pieces, shall be ;
, Candler sentenced the convicted man Little General Flnu.jr In lU That the
brought to justice. I
to hang on the morning of April 9th War I* Practically Over In thePhilippine fl 1
Monday afternoon the chief execu- i
between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock.Sharp's .
\ POPULISTS ARE ALSO IN LINE Island tive, in compliance with request of I
attorney gave notice of a SPURNS TO BE CALLED COWARD
Cobb officers issued notice of
i f 3 I county ,
motion for a new trial and the hearing .
} a reward of $230 for the arrest with
General Wheeler reached Washington
on this motion will be heard in Deca-
: evidence to convict of the first
Delegates to National Convention tur on the morning of the 31st of this Friday and made an informal call
t I ber of the lynching party, and 8100 Bold Statement Young Sergeant ,
; ,
: Selected month. The heard his c
, By Both Parties. prisoner sentence upon the war department. It is his for each subsequent arrest. r
Creates Sensation -
C a Throughout
with stolid countenance. I "
f,, Bryan Makes Address. idea just as soon as his resignation is The mob which took Bailey out of
The murder for which Hiram
Sharp State of .
. Kentucky.A
t1"3 hands of the law is believed to
accepted to present himself
was convicted and sentenced to hang I
iI"c have been 150 strong, and while it is
house to take the oath of office.It
occurred the 6th of December.
i '1 In effect William J. Bryan announced Sharp and on his wife were not living to- I is not known what course Speaker I not on record that any lynching mob special from Lexington, Ky., j

1 at Lincoln, Nebraska, Monday Henderson will in this matter, was ever captured entirely:should 100 1
gether at the time, Mrs. Sharp beingat pursue says: Sergeant P. Wharton Golden,
to the Demo and as he declines to discuss it. The im- of the lynchers be located and con-
li night ratio party I the home of her mother in a little the man alleged to have made incrimi-
victed the cost to the state would be
h to the nation at large the platform cabin about five miles from Lithonia.On pression which some of General
er's friends have endeavored to make 10200. nating statements in the Goebel murder .-
Mi which he considers best for the Democratic the morning in question Sharp The officers of Cobb at
county or
since arrived in the
went to tho house armed with a shot- I that he performed no case, city Tuesday

il party, especially upon which, he I gun. After heaping abuse on the two I he sent his resignation to the presidentis I least some of them, requested the'I night in company with his attorney, ,,'

desires to stand if nominated at the : women he jerked his wife into the not borne out by the records of the governor to issue a large reward for Smith from Win-
; Hayes. They came
: Kansas City convention.The the lynchers in the hope of at least
I war department. I I
yard.Her bringing the leaders of the party to : chester. :
which'wns I I mother out and the These records show that in the orders .
platform adopted by ran man ''
issued to him at Manila on Janu- justice. The governor immediately I Their movements have been kept in :j.
fired the contents of one of the barrels
the Nebraska Democracy in their state .
'il' I of his at the women. Both were ary 16th he was instructed to proceedto complied with the request, expressingin the dark and their presence was not
convention with the enthusiasm gun
greatest I,. struck by the shot. The old woman Guam and investigate the condi- plain language his condemnation of known until several hours after their .
reaffirms the Chicago platforp, the work of the mob.
tions there. This duty was performed arrival. They did not register at the
I ran back into the home, and as her
declares for
16 to 1
opposes a large daughter started to follow, Sharp fired on his way to the United States and it The sheriff of the county and his Phoenix hotel, but it is stated Golden ,:
standing army, denounces the action ,i deputies are understood to be hard at !
the contents of the other barrel into is part of the records showing his con went through the rear door of the Phf a-
3 of the Republican party on the :Porto work in attempting to discover the
his wife's body. She fell dead in the tinuous service as an officer in the nix and subsequently to his room in 'I
Rican tariff bill declares
perpetrators of the deed, though under the hotel. I
t trusts and "imperialism" and favors doorway. This, in substance, was army.
;s the statement made by the mother at At the war department, in the absence the law they cannot receive the Another story is that they were met 'I
i the choice of Uuited States senators
General' reward, as they are sworn to do their
; the trial. of Secretary Root, by a carriage and driven to the home J

i by popular vote. The platform is I Sharp's defense was thai the shot Wheeler reported formally Adjutant duty regardless of money offers. of a Goebel Democrat. As the hotel :I
i the creation of Mr.
practically Bryan. General Corbin, thus complying with Following is the order of Governor clerk knew nothing of their arrival efforts I II
accidental and caused by the
; He did not write it but he I was -
personally, Candler providing for n reward for the
the department, order which broughthim to find Golden proved futile.
mother of his wife running into the ;j
consulted it and before
was concerning apprehension of the Cobb county lynch-
r it read to the convention he yard and catching hold of him and his from Manila to Washington. The I Many rumors are in circulation. 'j 1

was wife when they had started Alter general was in the uniform of briga- i era: One is that Golden is trying to get 1

had approved it throughout. the accidental shot killed away.his wife, dier general of the volunteer army. i| MABCH, 19, 1900.-Whereas, official away from Goebel influences, but he 4;

Tho the
platform adopted by Popu- he that he deliberately fired the He looked the picture of health, bet- information has been received at this is closely watched. It is improbable ..
list convention the says I
was substantially contents of the other barrel at his ter than when he left Washington. department that on the night of March that he has given them the slip. 1J!

,.... x same as that adopted by the Demo- mother-in-law. He gave General Corbin a.brief description 17, 1900, in the county of Cobb, some Another rumor is that he was in the .'1
"t crats. It differs somewhat in form.
unknown committed assault I
of the conditions in Luzon persons I city for further conference with Goe 1

? but conflicts in no essential point. I GENERAL STRIKE ORDERED. I when he left. He insisted that the with intent to murder upon the personof bel attorneys. 4,

Both conventions were enthusiasticfor i John Bailey, colored( by forcing an j,
war was over and that nothing more The stories growing out of the con .
Biyan to the last degree and every entrance to the jail and taking there-
f I was to be done except: to run down a ference between Sergeant F. Wharton :
mention of his with Conference In Chicago Between
name was greeted
from the said Bailey and shooting ;
I II' few guerrillas and irregulars. Therewas Golden, of the Barbourville company a

r. ..' cheers of delight and approval. In- I Machinists and Metal Trades difficulty in this work, he said, 1 him; andWhereas I of state militia, and the attorneys who i
structions to both .
were delega-I Association a Failure.A I and there was danger, too, but its the malignity of the crime are managing the investigation of the 1
tions to stand for Mr.
Bryan and the promotion of justice requirethat
I prosecution was not "war. Ambuscades -I I assassination of Governor Goebel have
Kansas and Sioux Fall Chicago special : After the
City conven
) I says were frequent and annoying and i the said unknown persons be caused a sensation throughout the :

tions. i conference between the representativesof brought to justice for the crime with I
it was not easy to tell whether the hid- i state. Golden will be placed on the

The Democratic state convention I the International Association of Machinists i den force was strong or weak-three I which they stand.ch.uged; it is, there- I stand by the prosecution in the trial' t .
was-calleJ to order at 8:13: o'clock by I fore t. i
and had been.mistaken for a of already arrested for alleged
the administrative coun- men company I persons
r Jas. Dahlman chairman of the state ,
Ordered, That the secretary of state
in I in the assassination, but information ;
I some cases. I complicity j
,: ., democratic committee. He announced cil of the National Metal Trades Association I I
record and publish a proclamation offering -
The general said that the American as to the exact nature of the .
t "
ended 1:30 o'clock
that Thomas J. Nolan had been at Sunday
set ; a reward of 8200 for the .
apprehension is is
troops are doing splendid work there. testimony he expected to give
lected chairman. Mr. | morning, President James O'Connell, I
us temporary I of the union that strikes They are sound and healthy and in j i and del \'cJ y, with proof snffi-\\ lacking. .
Nolan took the chair and after being : declaring .
II cient to convict of the first of
to the convention made I would be called immediately in all quite as good shape as they would beat I I "I will do all I can for my friends "
presented a
address. parts of the United States. Such I home engaged in similar service. i known persons to the sheriff of Cobb I all the time," Golden is reported as i

lengthy II and This was owing in a measure to the county, and au additional reward ofI saying, "but I must first he true to
strikes would
,< x, The .temporary organization was be involve 100,000 indefinite men I II excellent care for their men exhibitedby I! $100 for each additional one of said | myself. When the time comes I will
shut down for
made permanent and a committee on I cause to an I III !
officers and to tho watchful precautions unknown persons apprehended and tell all I know. Whatever else may
resolutions was named. While that period plants having on aggregate i I
II convicted of said crime.A. .
of millions of dollars. of the staff of the army. be said about me I do not think I can
committee was out Richard R. Met- capital I
I !I At the conclusion of his interview D. CANDLER, Governor. be accused of being a liar, a coward *
calfe of Omaha W. D. Oldham, of
; II I RECEIVER FOR PAPER MILLS. with General Corbin, General Wheeler I or a Democrat, and I want it distinctly -
W. H. of Grand
Kearney Thompson, I
; i. II went over to the white house, his'i ALLEGED CONFESSION I understood that I am not here under -
Island, end A. G. Tibbetts, of Lincoln .
i Marietta Company Will Ito Reorganized being to secure speedy action I "
purpose i guard.
chosen at i .
were as delegates largeto '
KeHoIt of
nil Friendly Litigation.The '
the Democratic national convention upon his resignation. : The story is published that Golden ;
Of Goebel Assassin Stirs 'I
I Marietta, Ga., paper mills, onei I It is learned that such action has Suspected i has divulged to the attorneys the j' '

l at While Kansas the City.convention in the i of the largest concerns of its kind in I been withheld by the president only Frankfort--Trials Are Post- I I name of the man who fired the shots

was j j the south, and one of the few which is to General Wheeler's traveling -
I legalize i that Goebel. The
poned By Judge Moore. i i person Mentioned
midst of a row over the choice of alternates sail not be controlled tho i
I by paper and diem to the
to the delegates at large, Mr. expenses per up I Caleb Powers, John Davis and William !I is a mulatto, who formerly jj
trust has been
I placed in the hands of I moment of his arrival in Washington. : lived at Winchester, was prominent \*: ,;:*

Bryan appeared in the hall. The sight ''I a temporary receiver by Judge W. T. I General Wheeler was ith the president H. Culton, charged with being ;; the French-Eversole feud and i- *
of him to all business and
. put a stop ,
wild Newman, of the United States court. I some time. On leaving the white i accessories to the murder of William !! known as a dead shot. This THRZ: '' :f. .i
j the delegates went as he mounted .
i At the timo of the appointment of house he said his resignation had not ': be in thewiK--
to '
the platform.Mr. I !I Goebel, were arraigned at Frankfort. now supposed
{ i the receiver Judge Newman issued an been accepted, but he expected a I
yet one of the mountain counties. }
dealt almost I for trial
Bryan's speech I i Monday, before Judge Moore.
order giving the receiver power to : decision would bo reached within a Evidence that he vain. Fr-1.'.-''>:'fc 'v-i
with the three whichhe The commonwealth
entirely questions was not ready and
q i borrow $10,000 to pay the floating i few days. i| : at the time of the as-sus'sina.-..'. .' .. ./"- ,
has been discussing in various by the trials! set for '
debts of the concern. Moultrie l\!. i agreement were I ,
found 1c.I .
? i"ron
Darts of the country-the money question I Sessions, Marietta:: was named as SAN Jr.IS SHOUT. !i Friday. Ex-Governor John Young I In. Culton among clerk pap the ..r:. ..v":
a in :l': o- I
the trust question and imperialism. receiver and has assumed :i Brown made a demand for a list of I .
temporary .
I I' I fice, wheu the latter wa -. : .1 2 :
A Municipal Defl.it of $80,000 Hai Keen witnesses for the commonwealth, but
charge cfthe_, affairs of the :
company.It i week or so ago on a warr.:<" J-irj'ng! .
finid that the ratio of 1C to 1
i this
was stated I nl..cov..r..I. !i was refused by the prosecution on
the for the
i by attorneys ,
the oiilj- ratio that was discussed and trustee that all of the unsecured debts I A municipal deficit of 80,000 in :,1 the ground that publicity night cause I I him with being au C-l. y t. rue ._ ,

the only ratio: for which any consider- I will be paid and that none of the creditors I the fiscal year has been caused by an some of them to avoid being sum- murder. s.,..,.r.., ',.J"

these *
Me number of the of the United I I.Among papt-r-: > T.ifpt-> i.
moned.I .
people I will lose' by the litigation. i unexpected slump in the city revenue I : ",
for board bil5! aiaou.i i' ..*. I
States were working. He denouncedthe i The cause of the receivership was of San Juan, Porto Rico, from liquorsand I I News of an alleged confession of F. t-: tc } it .'/ i '

currency feature of the financialbill the failure of the to the cigars. The budget committee in I Wharton Golden, of Barbourville, in $JJO, incurred by eis'.u-r"! m.r.b: t'
| company pay in Frankfort for ,'-.' :
and said that the Republican par- interest on an issue of S75OJO of 1899!: estimated that SDiJ.OOO! would bo [ regard to the assassination of William were ; i:? be-- jf' a \: *i"
fore and tl, till1h ..\ ,: ishoLJ .
I at '
ty had never in a campaign advocatedthe i bonds for which D. Robinson; is trus- collected, but the amount to date is ;I i[ Goebel, reached Frankfort during the I In of : .. : t\ -,. I

retirement of greenbacks and that I tee. The interest became due in June only 20,000, though probably 313- day and produced a sensation.' one itiost recc'j' : uanio oIl ;! ,

4 it would not be able 10 defend. that bill of last and amounts to something 000 more will be received by July. Golden was formerly a guard at the the mulatto mention i i: gnvi'n. The ;
:year "
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tits before the country. 1: like 2000. I The city owes the United States treasury :' penitentiary in Frankfort under the I receipt case :lHny re .
ceived frccu John F-r cttiu
'A The Populist convention was turbulent i The result of the litigation will be $30,000 and the city! hall is mortgaged -t Republican administration and is well im fay '
i Pittman for the best if thrt'n.. J
from the start. There were uu- i the reorganization of the I to the Spanish bank for 20000. : known. It developed that the police : 1
company. Perkins is a p: ....r "o';t ice sttj' '
laerous candidates for every position, I --- ,I I and detectives have been watching his &**- !

and objectors to every measure. I NEWS: IS E COLlt.lGl G. >0 MORE SLOT JUfIlI ES.j i i movements since the day of the assassination -I house. ___ .. .- > ,

The committee on credentials derided : i i on the theory that he knew : (:OTM A:;!' hlO DEBT/5

t against tho claims of the middle- London Relieves That Mafeklnc Has Been 1I Machine Operutlnj In Tampa Fla., I something about it.Commonwealth I "ff, i I

of-the-road Populists from Omaha to i relived fly I'luiiuiier. MtiJt, io. Attorney Franklin The N- .-.0.1... !> M of New Tad i

be classed as delegates, and barred I The news received in London from A special from Tarnpo, Fla., fays: and County Attorney Pohlsgrove (de !:..h.-hc..l... Iu>idrea MilHociA, s.' i

them. from tLe convention. : South Africa Sunday was entirely sat- Sheriff Spencer has begun a war of cline to discuss the alleged confession ('. UTJ.-;; --iVi-! : Coler has mada". (it!i ia

After beiug denied admission as delegates : factory to the British public. The relief extermination on the slot machines. ; as did others who are assisting in the sJa-eii'-'p:: "f the New y+, .''Fe i.'
i; to the Populist convention the Mafekiug is not yet announced, He has issued notices to the effect that prosecution, though one went so far as on F'el t -U\1: ,'i Sd.: Th "' ,.I'd-) t

liAi -t middle-of-the-roaders hold a small con- I' but it is extremely: probable that this' he would destroy all machines in op- ; to say Mr. Golden will be one of the fn-u.le-i, i.; ,;act 364li.V"T.S ..'. -

vention of their own and appointed a : is already accomplished by Colonel eration after the 20th of March. The I most important witnesses introducedby !; ,31ibind:! the ne*:.*. ITS 1

Nebraska delegation to attend the I. Plummer's alvance, Lady Charles I saloon men are greatly incensed over' the state. -2'iff '--*'AOSThere. were.tlr1 *",oco .1'

J: Populist convention at Cincinnati i Bentiuck, at Cape Town has receiveda the action of the sheriff, but it is not Some regret that the matter became outiiaQil'.yfr Lends of T&rl..s..JIA- kwtBet

..a kr'..also decided to hold a state con- I telegram from her husband in Mafe- known what steps they will take, if I public so soon, as they fear it will net l. .
";. n'in Nebraska at some date after king dated March 12th, saying that he any, to prevent the officer from carry-I only make it dangerous for him to return tae city of New York aoj', st""ea' for "'r J <>

.. t",Knnsas City convention. I expected to join her shortly. out his threats.A 1 to his home at Barbomrville. ;,i.,....i391. ".. L .. IK t
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,t1-_ of I, Wages Will Be Raised Fifteen Per Cent Celebrate Resignation la He'dIn : .Imillce In Informe-y' ] I
Such I* the Order Issued By Citizens n"l1opVilmer., or Alabama GeneralVheel"r'A ;
Over the Scale of 1898. \ r. ,
Larluin, Michigan. lUrthdny. Abeyance liT President. dons Are Ab I ',
HI Elfchty-Fonrth
I Iz w j'H
As result of conference at Atlanta
A a -
semi-officially stated in Wa"hington
It was At a meeting in.Wa' : I .
Citizens of Larium fine residence Richard Hooker Wilmer, '
: a Ga., the representatives of the I l Rt. Rev. [
Tuesday that President McKinley national oTecativo COQ>JI :
suburb of the big mining camp of Cal Stove Founders' National Defense Association I senior bishop of the Episcopal diocese : Ba 1:
will not accept the resignation < j is raining funds for a '

umet, Mich., have appointed a committee and delegates from the IronMolders' I Alabama. celebrated his eighty- :(i General Joseph Wheeler, but that the iilmi.al: Schley Saturda:r; \ 5

Union of North America a fourth birthday at his home at Spring offered the commandership Evans reported nuftj -, r .
l't., to rid the town of negroes. ; Alabamian was rotary jreppons _' .J.
advance in scale of :
I They object to having it called a vigilance general the wage Hill, near Mobile, last Friday. On of the lakes at Chicago. ;: .:'s to: the circalars ("I.y', -rI

e committee and announce that iron molders of 15 per cent over the I' November 21st he will celebate the t It is now generally regarded by j i I contributions. He also rep :' .,' {!11 t

only peaceable and legal methods will wage scale of 1898 has been decided I thirty-ninth anniversary of his bish : friends of General Wheeler in the city': unite! refusals to con+nbt ":' -..'. : .'.. !,"' ;

be used, but that the negroes must go. upon. opric in Alabama. He is the dearest that he will not urge the acceptance of fur.,I had been received fromt -e...... 1

Colored men were unknown until a Public Libraries For Manila. old man alive, perhaps, in the mindsof his resignation from the army provided ;, ccutingent on duty in Was). IIi' r' 4: .

contractor brought several from Ten- the majority of the people of Ala- he is given a transfer that is agree with one single exception, tht.'t.c1' ..;., !
McMillin and Penrose introduced
nessee and Alabama about eight Senators bama. He is devotedly loved by the able. I I miral Hichborn, and in some i ? -3 1 ,
in the
bills senate '
Thursday people of all creeds and classes, and : that he left the refusals were accompahied byjw \ '
;, I months ago. Several white girls have for the of librariesin It ie no longer a secret J i ; \
opening I rI
..' eloped with negroes and constant providing Manila for the benefit of Americans his birthday is a matter of interestingnote Manila on account of the attitude of 1 1I I verne ccmmeata on the committee' -'' tV.

trouble has led to this action. there. in the state. I General Otis toward him. 1 11IiIIIIi I project. ':.".: ,.\ .- /.4. 1 .,.

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.. Florida State News. }
Leader of Irish Nationalists Talks!
4 $4 Does Not Agree With Sen- te ** ,.- oJ ,*' : "
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A FBIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900. *'*** ******** ." ; at Banquet In London.
ate On Porto Rican Bill Meet. .
Preparing For Convention.A F. C. & P. Directors J
American moles are now vaccinated meeting of the Orlando Improvement An important'meeting of the directors -

s before being sent to South Africa, but Association and publicspiritedcitizens of the Florida Central&Peninsular .

the vaccination doesn't work when a CHAIRMAN CANNON STANDS FIRM was held at the opera house Railroad was held the past week at the QUEEN'S VISIT WILL;.BE UNAVAILING

Mauser bullet strikes them. to take such action as might be necessary company's offices in New York. John

to prepare for the good roads Skelton Williams was elected president .
Insists On Original Provision-Democrat*, convention. It was decided to hold to succeed H. R. Days!, E. St. In Kllmnatlng IrUh Hatred or Mitigating

The Chinese want to avail them However.Were Willing to Arold the convention in the "Racket store" John was elected first vice president, Practical Grievance Against

selves of western knowledge and mechanical Farther Delay.A building, opposite the San Juan ho John A Henderson second vice president -. Great Br tai..

skill, without closer contact tel. The room is a very large one, and and general counsel, D. E. Maxwell -
will be seated and in order for the and .-D. C.
put third vice president
, with
"t western nations, and this is why The
Washington special says: meeting. It was also decided to utilize Porteous secretary. W. F. Cochran At a national banquet at the Hotel

they encourage western teaching and house Monday refused to concur in the display windows and some" of the and earnest Thallman were elected to Cecil: in 'tiondon 'Tuesday evening,

M' endow schools conducted on, American the senate amendments to the Porto I showcases and spare space for the the board of directors to succeed B. John Bedmond, leader'of the nationalist -

and European principles. Rican relief bill. The Democrats supported ] purpose of an exhibit of Florida products Fulton Catting and 'Bayard Brown. '
and road building material. This board re-elected. party in'the house of com
a motion to concur on the The rest of the was
Under the'latest decision of the supreme ground that it would avoid further de- will be an attractive feature of itself. After the meeting of the board there mons, who presided, said he regarded

court of the United States tea lay in extending relief to the inhabi- An appropriation from the treasury of was a conference in relation to the the last nine years of public life in

tants of the island, but the Republicans the Improvement Association was madeto proposed scheme to consolidate with
Ireland hideous nightmare.
condemned under a* A
be destroyed
as grade can .
stood 'firmly behind Chairman cover the necessary cost of gatheringand the Seaboard Air Line. It lasted until "
by the inspectors. Let the Cannon in his demand that the house returning exhibits. A committeeof late in the evening. President "Our reunion is sincere he continued -

good work go on, and put all counters insist upon its original provision arrangements was selected, composed Warfield of the Continental, Trust "and there is nothing, hu-

feit food through the same purging to appropriate not only the money of prominent citizens. The Company of Baltimore was present at manely speaking which the eightysix -

collected on Porto Rican goods to railroads have kindly made a special this meeting.The Irish members of parliament can
It is the safe rule for up
process. only
January 1st, but all subsequent mon- rate of one and one-fourth fare for the preparations for the consolidation not obtain from the. exigencies of the

money and food.Chancellor eys collected or to be collected. occasion, the certificate system having of the different lines which are to British parties. It is incredible that

When the Porto Rican appropriation been adopted by them. constitute the Greater Seaboard Air British statesmen can be so blind to
Yon Hohenlohe, in a I the teaching of history as to imaginethat
I bill was called up Mr. Cannon Line are rapidly nearing completion,
speech the Reichstag the other day, : moved that the house non-concur in Too Many Cartridge Sold. and it is expected it will be completed serious practical grievances can

quoted ,the Kaiser's recent saying, : the senate amendments and Mr. Mc- The leading merchants of Mont- within two months. The opposition be mitigated by a royal visit to Irelandor

't F "Social democracy is a passing appari Rae, of Arkansas, moved conc1 rreace. brook and surrounding towns are expressing which developed against this proposition by a British" celebration of St. Patrick's -

+' tion." Replying to. Hohenlohe, Herr Mr. Cannon explained the changes. themselves as being very in the north has resulted to the day.
made in the bill by the senate. much in favor of the next legislature benefit of its promoters in that it has Mr. Redmond denounced the war as

Von Croecker,Conservative,said:"Yes, Mr. McRae said that the essential passing a bill for a high state license aroused the feeling of the people of the "most damning of which there is

but the French revolution was also a difference between the two bills was on the sale of rifle and pistol car- the southern states through which the any record in history;" but he evoked

'passing apparition.' that the house affirmed the right of tridges. This, they claim, would stop road passes, and has placed them sol tremendous enthusiasm when referringto

the United to impose the Dingley the sale of them in the small phosphate idly on the side of President Williamsand the gallantry of the
The Baltimore Snn,enumerating the rates against Porto Rico, whereas the I towns not under municipal gov- his associates.Mr. Edward Blake, member of parliament -

advantages of automobiles over horse senate provision upon this subject was I ernment. Williams authorized the statement for South,Longford, who proposed

: .y indefinite. These towns are greatly annoyed by that the report of the grantingof the toast, "Ireland a Nation,"
wagons, says: "The wear and tear on Members on both sides, he said, the reckless firing of pistols in the handsof an injunction in Baltimore against was greeted with hostile cries.A .

pavements will be reduced, while at were agreed that the duties collectedon drunken phosphate hands, and in the carrying out of the consolidation disturbance ensued and the police

the same time the noise of the crowded Porto Rican goods should be returned many,places it is unsafe to be on the agreement was based entirely on were called in restore: order.

streets will be lessened by the use the Democrats taking the position streets after dark, especially on pay imagination, and that there was no Amid the uproar' stewards were

of rubber tires. The danger of acci-' that there should be absolute day.While truth in the story. sent for to secure quiet. A scrimmage -
free trade between the island and the it is possible that this measure i. followed and blows were exchanged. f"

dents from runaways will, of course, United States. (Democratic applause.) would not appeal forcibly to the Senators Nelson W. Aldrich ot Rhode After a sharp tnsale' quietude was ob

be eliminated when there a-e no horses Mr. Bell, of Colorado, also advocated citizen not acquainted with the circumstances -, Island, Orville H. Platt of Connecticutand tained.

on the streets to get frightened." concurrence in the senate around these phosphate i Henry M. Teller of Colorado, who Later, while Edward McHnghmem

-- ----. ,- amendments.Mr. and mining towns as one of much im- were on their way to Cuba to investi- ber of parliament for South Armagh,

The trend of modern civilization is Moody, of Massachusetts, and portace, it is hoped by those directly gate the conditions in the island, and was speaking, a small coterie renewed

toward prolonging and safe-guarding Mr. McCleaiy, of Minnesota, advocated concerned that the legislature will the duty of the United States towardit the interruptions, which developed
Mr. Cannon's motion, declaringthat give it proper consideration and hearty all last at Palm into a free fight. Many ladies were
; spent day Saturday
the existence of the individual. It is
the Porto Rican tariff bill pro support. Beach. All of the senators were accompanied present and became greatly alarmed.
,- also true that there is a growing moral posed to treat the people of the island by their wives, and Sena- Ultimately the police overpowered

.;:: uprising against the wickedness of better than the people of any territoryof Among the large number of negroes tor Aldrich's son and daughter and the disturbers and ejected them.

slaughter in war. But all this maybe the United States were ever treated. who visited Tallahassee the past week John D. Rockefeller, Jr., were
Mr. Swanson of denouncedthe DEATH CLAIMS BAILEY.Victim .
x l freely admitted without the con.Eo Virginia were Phillip Shaw and his "better also of the party. The senators
Porto Rican tariff bill as "infa half," from the Lake Lafayette neigh stopped to see Mr. Flagler, but he had
cession that society may never justlyput mous" and said the pending bill to of Col>l, County. Mob Succumb
borhood. not returned from Nassau. He
During the day both got was g
: the criminal to death. That is a give back the duties collected to Wound
reached wire Miami the
drunk. When they reached home in by at during
t question which the nineteenth century the Dingley law was an attempt to sugarcoat evening a quarrel ensued between aftarnnnn Jinwovor. And Totnmpil in John Bailey, the negro who was tak-
will pass ou along with many others, the outrage. The power to them, and Shaw's wife seized a hammer P iB h-b special train in time to en from the Cobb county jail at Mari- \

+;;t to the twentieth, and it is sure to be fix the duties on goods coming into which she used on her husband's see his distinguished visitors. They etta, Ga., by a mob Saturday night last -
and going from this country was the and riddled with bullets because of his 3
c': head, rendering him hors du combat. talked with Mr. Flagler about the ,
F "' discussed long and warmly before a power exercised by England prior to When it was realized that Shaw was needs of Florida and especially relativeto assault upon a young lady a few days \

!I'fr.- ;:., general agreement shall be reached. the revolution an dwas one of the main seriously injured, he was carried backto proposed harbor improvements at before, died in the jail Tuesday morn- 2

-. reasons why the colonies threw off the Tallahassee, where his wounds were Jacksonville, Miami aud Key West. ing, and his body was turned over to 4,

In the skurry and rush of industrial yoke. dressed by a physician. Shaw was The party also stopped over at Key I his family for burial. .::

'.' ..o*:: ; production throughout the country, The motion to concur was lost, 8G then taken back home, grew worse and West where they spent a day before The exhibition of vitality shown by ;1:
to 116, a strict party vote, except that to Havana.D. Bailey was simply marvelous and the
r / the tracers and handlers of merchant died next day. Minnie Shaw was ar- going
Mr. Thayer, Democrat, of Massachusetts rested. Justice Junius Smith held fact that he remained conscious from
dise have been strongly impressed voted with the an '1
the time of
until I Iso
the dead and in shooting au hour or
inquest over body, L. Dunham, clerk of the circuit
l with the recent disclosure of the large motion to non-concur then pre prior to his death is still
,I without accordance with the evidence adduced, court of St. Johns county, has compiled more won- j
vailed division. The
increase in manufacturing operationsin speaker Minnie was held without bail for the derful. "!
a statement to the authorities
, the great West. In many branches appointed Messrs. Cannon, Moodyand May grand jury. showing the amount of county taxes Baily bad one ball in his head back '
McRae conferees on the part of of the two in his .
ear left
in .
arm. ono
M t of domestic production-notably in the house. collected by the tax collector of
j! wooden ware, articles for householduse Florida has larger areas of fertile the county daring the months of Jan- hi his left leg below the knee, three in *,
HOOT IS CHARLESTON lands and rich pastures than many nary and February, 1900, on accountof right lung, oue in his loin and one ]
farm implements' and
appliances his
near the
spine small of his back \
other aflcl the
states a climate where I revenue for the year of 1899
"::f for transportation Western drummers Secretary of War Inspect :New Forts larger returns for the same labor can and the amount collected on account of and in addition to this had a large 1

( "';' compete freely in Eastern markets Fortifications.. be had. These muck lands when each fund for which he has been I II deep cut in the top of his head caused "

f' -, with representatives of o1d'e tab70 Elihu Root, secretary of war, arrived drained make the best of natural pas I given credit on the books in the clerk's I by a blow with apiece; of iron in the '
in Charleston on board the transport I hands of some one of the mob. In .
' lished concerns nad get their share of tures; the hundreds of thousands of office, to-wit: For account of county
; > Sedgewick and immediately I this condition he lived for 56 hours. $
cattle on the vast reclaimed area of the purposes, 1899, $432.48; for accountof '
the trade, moreover, states the Philadelphia went to Sullivan's island to meet' Bailey made a full confession to f I \
Kissimmee valley demonstrates this school fund, 1899, $864.95; for account !
1m Reioul.: Colonel Randolph, commanding the She.';ff Bishop aid Bailey's father
fact. Five million acres of land, equalto of road and bridge fund, 1899, *
; '- -, -- --- First artillery, and Captain Sanford the banks of the Nile in fertility, 432.48; for'account of fine and forfeiture Sunday, but Mr. Bishop had promised *

: ..' Since physical training aims at per- United States engineer in charge of i all readily drained by gravity, requir- fund, 1899, $259.48; for account that he would not divulge the confes- r*
. J- : the instrument harbor improvements. At the colonel's i ing dikes canalsto of sion until-after his death.
footing fund
; : body as an no pumps or simply county building 1899,
V--: ;? at rendering it the willing, prompt residence General Nelson A. Miles let the impounded water escape, can 3172,99; for account of poll taxes, Bailey told Deputy Sheriff Anderson
1. : was found, he having also over and several others that he
;"" gone be reclaimed by means of the proposed 1899, $33. Total $2,193.38, passed
k> and efficient servant of aa intelligent from the city to inspect the forts etc. along and
r'' "_ canal from the upper St. John's to the frightened the girl, but did
' j i r. 1.mind and a sensitive and enlightened All went to Fort Sumter and after- Indian river, and the soil is from four not make a full confession to them as '

:!_.. 'c H ,:ooul, it cannot be gainsaid that pbyss wards visited Forts Capron and Jasper to fifty feet deep. The truck growers Arrangements are being made by he did to Sheriff Bishop and his fa-
and reviewed the garrison. The the Crowell-Savarese Company to erecta ther. To them ho confessed T,
t -FalJraining lies at the foundation of want the lands reclaimed.The the crime
\ usual salutes were fired and there was large warehouse and dock on their as had been told by the lady J
< ?5ental or moral training, or that it rivet front young
music and flags flying. property. The materialhas and fully corroborated her in
..' enters Aud must enter as a core or Atlanta Journal remarks that already been ordered, and the particular. every .1

. . .ess, prominent nnd necessary factor BEFERIDUK OFFERS SUBSTITUTE.For among the many attractions of Florida work will be under way in a few days. ,
must be classed the large ostrich farmsat The .j
J ...3l, i'a i great number of our education- The Porto Rican Tariff BIII-I a Jacksonville Palm Beach, whichare ate an Crowell-Savarese extensive line of Company vessels oper-from PRINTERS FIGHT JOHXSTOS. i

J : fl'-Med'"iep.. The.f ll success or Radical Change. among the largest enterprises of Tampa to domestic ports, Central and New Paper Put Under Ban Hy. Binning

;.r ;41'y..1 gaining, therefore, Senator Beveridge, Republican, of I the kind in this country. There are South American ports, as well as to ham Typographical Union. .Il

., -: I'relate to the size or strength Indiana, offered the following substitute more than 100 superb ostriches on Cuba and Porto Rico. With the com The Daily Democrat, a new after
for the Porto Rican tariff bill, in these farms. They are from seven to ing of the water noon issued in the
3.'meat we call muscle', but the Senate deep to the docks of paper interest of
I Monday: ten feet high and weigh from 250 to the city the will Governor Johnston's
rgJ in company largely expand senatorial candi- '
part ly our uthieveQ "All
: articles coming into the United 400 and finer J
pounds, specimens
cannot its business, hence the erectionof dacy and published in Birmingham
domain of laiiid and States from Porto Rico into ,
the or going
be found anywhere. It has been these new and Ala., has been under
: buildings placing of put the ban
Adnct.; I Porto Rico from the United States by
demonstrated that Florida. is admirably modern facilities. Typographical Union
.' ''''' "' of that city.
'C .. shall be admitted free o.f duty, but adapted to,ostrich and
"%* i r 2-jH = raising, the two The new carried I
paper the
label of
*r this act shall not be construed as extending big farms referred to are said to be tho ...
V \6aectivo war of leading Letters Knights of Labor which
have ,
r. the legislation of the United patent been issued by organization ,
k ,""'>ir lines ol leading is States or any part thereof over Porto very the secretary of state for the incor- is not affiliated with the ?
t W; the"public library in i Rico, and it is hereby declared that Houstonn has issued poration of the Tampa Hardward Com- American Federation of Labor, as the j'printers'

.i". ( :;: dt i".intervals paver : the legislation of the United States snot the following special order-: pany, with its principal place of business union. The Knights of Labor (
.' at Tampa and are, therefore, inimicable to the
extended a of
f over Porto ID capital $15-
I for the o. "Upon the of
I : 'ieshed; use of : request CompanyC, and printers'
000. The general nature of the busi- nnion.hence the action taken.
"'rid' with the consent of Company F, First ,
.' ..:., t.ea i outline of1e i ness to be transacted by said
i corpora-
t...". -be''read daring the !I DAVIS CAPTOR DEAD. regiment hereby ordered Florida that state the troops requisition, it ,is tion shall be the buying and selling of OOM PAUL'. IS "FIRM. fi

'KUTaade on the book- 1 all classes of goods, wares and
letters of these merchandise -
General Henry Harnden companies be Kruger
Succumbs to Says Boers Will flare
.;",".!t;: ..... /..., .lied.,,- for instance. I I i I Pneumonia at Madison, Wl. changed and that hereafter Company purchase,and with the right to charter, deuce or Diet tm UM Straggle.Indepen

> ,.-..least one book ,I! A special from Madison, Wis., says: C, Jacksonville Rifles, shall be known kinds, eta The use ships stockholders or boats of all A dispatch to the New York Herald ]i

l1e month, a book ,I "General Henry Harnden, commander as Company F; and Company F, Jas- L. Vernadoe are S. from Pretoria dated
j of the Wisconsin Rues W. Winn W. C February 10th {
oZi department of the per as Company C. 1
; another no SC! Thomas, D. O.
Grand Army of the Republic, and the aran Ashley and W. A. Ver- says: "
> through the mouths. --- "Your
i i officerwho commanded the Wisconsin correspondent has just had i
iection a small leaflet I that with Mr. Charlie W. Cheeny, of Boston, an interview with President
j troops a Michigan eompany, Kruger.
I who is a guest at the Fort '
Myers '
dejn..,:and the iiorarymzeeord ;I captured Jefferson Davis, died. of pneumonia tel, was successful a few The order from Sheriff Spencer that This war was 'forced upon us by |f'
-' days in the
ago slot England.-wbich
here gambling machines ,has been '
Saturday. misled
in it operating by
of tha the
landing largest tarpon, yet caught, in Cecil Rhodes )
I Tampa must and the
go seems to have been mining millionaires j
.1i.ctlte. : '.. This .- '.- District Bill Passes. and under very trying conditions, the effective. A census of the machines who want the'country,' he said.- 1
.4- ilt di ea l a good lint fish being taken during a very heavy, later failed 'The Boers
o rei I A Washington dispatch : The squall, and the guide to ahoy any, while the yielded as far as possible J
__ w'f i record says breaking an oar express offices until they that '
tJ will saw
show : District of Columbia appropriationbill while Mr. Cheeny was. still a large num nothing but eom- \
-' :" i theycompare. it withoKtuerrfriends. : carrying$0,608,378 with the battling ber of them that had been packed and plcte surrender ol their'independence *
was passed hy tarpon. The silver
king made would
\ / .' I the house Thnreday.v. measared seven feet three inches. ready for shipment to other fields satisfy England. jw
..,:;. '- ',. more geniai. climes.. ,I / 'HaTing been! forced into the war,
the Boers-will die.* "
1 .&: conquer or

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While a burglar,Was visiting the flat : :
,"'" ,, _
I* Moving Toward the Vaal River of Mrs. H. 'L. O'Brien he stepped 'on o ; .,.

the cat's tall and the animal's cries ,,:
With Combined Force of Mob In Marietta Shoots Prisoner roused the household and frightenedhim of
y 130,000 Men. In the Public Streets away. ....
f .
A London In his haste to leave the.burglar lost I .
special says: By the time :
the'Inside ball. Fearing to
his hat In
Lord Roberts reaches' the Vaal river go back and get It himself, he rang'for Women

Has Manila, the Philippine Metropolis he will command' some -80,000, men, CHARGED. WITH THE USUAL CRIME. the Janitor, William Tibbs. "I have

while' General Boiler' will hale 40- rheumatism," he said to Tibbs. "Here'sa
Proved To
000. quarter. Please 50 up to the third
.it. .From the military, -point _of After Firing About Fifty Shot the tVould- '
.:. view; the crIticS now think there is floor and get my hat. Tve been calling : are.wearying meywd deooriptlon
nothing to fear. Be Lynchers Quickly here and'I forgot It. It lies beside the I mini they Initfcato

ffcji' REBELS INFEST THE CITY Events are moving in the South. Dispersed. door of flat H." i real trouble somewhere.ENorts .
African campaign-in The Janitor did not hesitate, but went .
a speedy and satisfactory .

manner, from both the military At 1 o'clock Sunday morning a mob off laughing. and got the hatChicagoRecord. !I to hoar the dull .

Oeneral Otis Finds an.Abundance and political points of view. It .re"'oii 61
could have of masked men, numbering about 150, pain ,: they
hardly been
; : of Troublesome Situations, the most sanguine' Englishmen expected that by marched to the jail in Marietta, Ga., To My Friends Georgia, I I do not crirfJr omet/! and

Many of whom have known of my longsuffering 'the backaches continue
Right at His Door. they would take av turn BO favorable. battered down the doors with crowbars
from that dreadful affliction, I
It appears that,when Westoncut .tl'the cause is ro-
the Major rudely awakened John Bailey, a Eczema: "I am proud to testify to the '
railway north of Bloemfontein
he thereby negro charged with attempted rape, wonderful merits of Tetterine, which moved r

Advices from the Philippines state far intercepted Gen. Jonbert marched him to the- enter of the court has cured'me as sound. a gold dollar -
who from having retired from
.' that General Otis considers Manilla the campaign, was then marching south-the house square in the very heart of the after spending more than $400.00for I[ LydIa G:PInlhIm', V:y&h Co poan41[
and fired him
city fully fifty shots at other remedies without the slightest -
:r most tronblsome center in the situation I ward with 3,000 men, presumably to leaving him for dead in the spot wherehe relief. Wm. M. Tumlin, Manager
1 superintend the
there, just now. The insurgent junta i defense works three defenses.miles Elaborate had fell. Mutual Reserve Fund Life Associa I does this 'more certainly

. in connection with that in Ilong Kong, been prepared outside of the long town. It is not known who composed the tion. 50c. box at druggists or by mail : than medicine

growing active. The military authorities mob. All or nearly all were masked.It from J. T. Skuptrine, Savannah, Ga. aaltme
.. evidence goes to show that so M tt for
have been forced to is thought, however, that they came
put a.stop'toMabini's fir the
intercourse with the public. State as is southern part of the Free from the country.The AjrlcBltnre la Paerto Rice.. mans y UlrS. It"Is a ,wo
concerned there will be no
:' The local and foreign press considers further resistance. crime which Bailey attemptedand medicine for wo

. his recent utterances calculated to incite which caused the assault on the 4t present little in the way of plant man's Ulsm It has donG :
The cheers which
the read-
( greeted products Is exported from Puerto Rico
., the Filipinos to a continued revolt ing in parliament of the jail in not often attempted in Cobb muoh for the health of
correspon- outside of coffee sugar and tobacco.All .
where in the there has
. and county, past
prejudicial to American control.
,.' Floretwho has dence with the United States are reechoed been but little trouble with the ne the other crops are considered i American women. Read
just in Ma.M'
throughout the country. The worthy of the serious attention of tOO I the grateful letters from ..
nilla he groes. .
comes to American
says trusting speech of M. 1
leniency, and that he would not has increasedthe The knowledge of what the negro planters, their cultivation being generally women constantly appearing :.
satisfaction and taken with the
left to the desultry efforts of the
. have dared come to Manilla if general belief that Nicholasis had attempted, however, stirred the In this paper ;
Emperor most Ignorant of the population.
in people of Marietta and vicinity as that :
Spain were yet control. He cherishes
personally averse to any intervention There has been little attempt at the
quiet country folk has not been moved -)
the hopes and aspirations which these incidents spread the idea selection or by the Introduction of su- Mrs Plnkham counsels :
in :
actuated him when in the field and desires that there will be no further serious many years.Thnrsday afternoon, shortly after 4 I perior geed.-Chicago Record.To women free of charge. .1
to watch congressional action attempt to interfere from -.
any quarter Her address is Lynn
o'clock, while Miss Amanda Snell- -1
the of the
upon Philippines. Mr. Montagu White's threat, in an Cure a Cold In One,Day. '"
.. The insurgents he do grove, a young lady of Cobb county, Mass .
says, not expectto American newspaper, that the Boers Take LAXATITJ BROXO Qunnxs TIBLXTS. All
vanquish the Americans but was returning to her home which is drug-gists refund the money If It falls to cure. s
are will sacrifice Johannesburg and raze within mile and half of Marietta E. W.; UlOTK'8: signature Is on each box. 25c. J
maintaining a resistance with the idea it to the a a |
ground, if necessary, is not .
of forcing congress to accord them the taken seriously.] she was accosted by a negro man, who The Unattainable. ITSSTOPPEDna ;
best possible terms.A Mr. Chamberlain's statement that made known his purposes in unmis- The King assembles the royal architects. :1 I
takable terms. "Build me a temple." he commands. "BO F
number of CMo.'I tnMte* u4 :j jfl
representative insurgent ; {
Kruger has already been costly that no smoker will ever be told he .
leaders SLo sought to escape him, but he ...TRIAL,. BOTTLE FREE.....,.. 1I
from different parts oft warned as to the of such might bave owned It had he left tobacco. I WM W.ier..j a 'sly is
consequence seized her in his grasp and she could alone."-Detroit Journal.Dr.Bull'sThe. ..""..err.aew1.r aa. v r.tra.axr. t/to t
Luzon have been I .. '
, recently in conference conduct is regarded as showing that Dlr.rdw..ptrrv.a1 ba TI& Da- 1
only bsruggle] and fight for tier honoras "-'.D..D..UIlC.....
; ; in Manila. Some have been sufficient precaution has been taken. best she knew. Evidently alarmedby best remedy'rot I Arch Street.PnUadsfrfcto.) r....1m. .j a
r placed under arrest, but the others The Times suggests that burghers and adults
her screams and fearing that the CUres at once STRATTON (Bookkeeping
thus far have
not interfered
with. should be warned that their farms will copmg
' neighboring farmers might be attracted Cough SyruP coldscroup, t BRYANT GollCeLou1:; ul ,1
', Louis Spitzel, head of the firm of be taxed as a guarantee against cough,asthtronchiUaandindpieutconsuinption. ,gnppe, ) .. : Telegraphy
: Louis Spitzel & Co., contractors to damage to British property, but any no the negro released his intended .Price asc, I than 2d class school.Catalog rre. ;1
victim and into the woods.
the Chinese government, and himself serious apprehensions entertainedof ran .
are aKlril MM MM
Miss Snellgrove faint and sick from
a suspected filibuster, came from such conduct as Mr. White is said 42MiNUiE
Hong Kong to Manila last week and to have foreshadowed. her experience and narrow escape, ONDS

i was temporarily detained in custody made her way to her father's home

i, on suspicion. It is asserted upon good TEXT OF and related her experience. Sundry rHE reason we can sell the best at only a dollar or *oC ..l

: authority that three loads of arms and M'KINLEY'S MESSAGE bruises about her head, throat and more than cheap work U because we make to many ?1.

t.' ammunition have body attested the violence with which ,5) ol them. We averaged last year complete buggy

'; J', on the east coast of recently Luzon.Report's .been landed Offering to Aid In Restoring PeaceIn she had. struggled while in the negro'sgrasp. .Y \,at every that 42 rate minutes.ceonta.and Why 14 steonds.pay big profit$ when job the profit beat 1

are current of active rebel South Africa Read o is in reach of yon! )..
The relatives of the
, reorganization in the province of Moron young lady immediately .

., g, where the insurgent leaders are By Balfour.A informed the sheriff of the So* our Agent or writ direct. ROCK HILLBUGGY co."I.. .C.

t said to be assisted bv prominent Spanish I i London dispatch says: In the attempted assault and a posse within Jr.
house of short time was scouring the woods for
I'. ,: residents. Inhabitants of this commons Thursday, replyingto .
province who are now in Manila have Mr. William Redmond, Irish Nationalist the negro. Suspicion pointed to John s

i been advised not to return to their ,who asked whether the United Belding Bailey and at 10 o'clock ,

homes bat to remain under the States had offered its good offices to Thursday night his cabin was surrounded. -
of the Americans.It her majesty's government with the He did not resist arrest, but pro- I.I.'r

is also reported that the'rebels view of bringing about peace in South tested his innocence.He .

are reorganizing in the province of Africa, the government leader, Mr. was taken to the Snellgrovehome I t
Balfour, paid her majesty's where a confrontation with Miss I
Zambales under Macardo. Brigands govern- SUCCESSFUL SHOOTERS SHOOTWINCHESTER :
Sneligrove occurred and identifi- f v
are committing atrocities in the ment would not accept the intervention tier .
of Neuva Eciga, where they have of any power in the settlement of cation of him was complete. The ne- :' .
,R South African affairs. gro was at once conducted to the jail,
:\ murdered twenty natives and Chinat -
men. Eight other murders have been The following is the text of Mr. Bal- where he remained until the mobstormed ''

committed near Tarlac. The Neuva four's reply to Mr. Redmond: the place Saturday night.SILUIROl'K r Rifles, Repeating Shotguns, Ammunition and

Eciga insurgents are heavily taxing "The United States charge d'affaires, Loaded Shotgun Shells. Winchester guns and t ry r

local traders and farmers with the re March 13, communicated to Lord Sal- VIES WITH PRIMROSE ammunition arc the standard of the world, but r"

sult and isbury the following telegram from .
that business is paralyzed
Green In Evidence they do not cost than makes. '
Mr. Hay: Throughout any more poorer
there is a general scarcity of food.
;". The funds for maintaining this 'By the way of friendly and good England On St. 1'atrlck'c Day. All reliable dealers sell Winchester goods. .

guerilla warfare are collected from office inform the British minister of A London di.'I'atch says: Shamrock r 'FREE: Send name'and address on a postal for 15* ;

the various towns of the island,whether foreign affairs that I today received & day promises to vie with primrose dayin page Illustrated Catalogue describing all the guns s' ;.

occupied by the Americans or not, telegram from the United States con ammunition made by the \ i
sul at Pretoria, reporting that the the hearts of the people, judging .
even including Manila. of the South African republics government from the enthusiasm with which the i WINCHESTER-REPEATING ARMS CO.. j i' ;

In the province of Albay the insurgents request the president of the loyalists all over the United Kingdom I \1 awl 176 WINCHESTER AYE., NEW HAn!!. :GVS" ">. '
have the Americans
ceased harassing: -
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f celebrated. From Windsor castle 't.
: ;
United States
to intervene with a view ...
owing it is reported, to a lack ""
where tho observed the .
day by
of cessation of hostilities and queen
of ammunition, but they continue rav- a saying W. L. DOUGLAS 1
wearing a sprig of genuine four-leafed
' that similar
and a request made to
aging the country lay burning shamrock, to the east end of the slums Malsby Conpaey .
the of the $3 & 3.50 SHOES -
of this representatives European :-
looting. The natives are tiring Mho N ,
of London nearly sported
ti\\! sort of thing and threaten to turn powers. In communicating this re Worth $4 to$6 compared :'f 1 ,
in the of 39 8. Broad St., A_ '
I directed something shape a green. : : "
quest, am by the presidentof \ with other makes. A
the >
ti against the marauders. Already A word from her has ,..: 'r
, flag. majesty
k11" Indorsed
and the United States to express the by over Engines and Bct; ,
.ttt townspeople of Legaspi, Albay turned the emblem of semi disloyalty > 1,000,000 wearer j
Donzoi are slowly returning to their earnest hope that a way will be foundto s.tne have W. L Steam Water IVraiere. k't.i T-* '" f
and has
into of honor made
homes. bring about peace, and to say that a badge Doug name and ,price "" Prnl'.....hynl... ....r'e; '
he would be in the shamrock the most prized of all i stamped on bottom. Take I Pl.
Major Allen, of the Forty-third regiment glad any friendly man no substitute claimed to be 4 1 1
the in the British isles. *
plants ; :
ner, to aid in bringing about the de- as good. Your dealer .
has baen appointed military sired result.' By the queen's older, the bells of should keep them-if : )
governor of the island of Samar, wherer I not.we will send a pair '
the curfew of Windsor castlehonoredSt. : ?
The rending of this dispatch was on receipt: of price and 150. > i'
Lukban the former leader of the *
r Patrick Irish I rt extra for State kind leather ,
greeted with cheers from the Irish Saturday morning; I carriage. of ., 1-
rebels in is still the ISE she,and width,plain Cat.free. S tr.i
that locality, in airs the Grenadiers enliv I fAST or cap toe. : f
played by
:- mountains. members: I connoro: W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO., Brockton, Mass. ,. :1j
o; Continuing, :Mr. Balfour said: ened the queen's luncheon, and Lon- I I j .
of the treason '
don's mansion house floats anew Irish'! ,1
"Lord Salisbury requested Mr. AGENTS! AGENTSI! AGENTS! ,
and perfidy of the municipal presi- .
flag, with the Union Jack in the upper I t I
White to the sincere acknowl- The grandeatandfa3tutseatnpbook everpnbilabedisDARKNESSo t 1
dents in the provinces General Mac- convey Var. f rn f',3 iina Dealers ta; I tra
j : edgement of her majesty's governmentto corner. : DAYLIGHT C
Arthur's district. The presidents of Most of the government officials] 3''

several towns in Lepanto and Union the government of the United States hoisted the Irish flag and the clubs : or LIGHTS andSHADONSOFNEWYORK LIFE Coin Mills.:'s l Mill.O-ttonW .- : "

provinces have declined to continue for the friendly tone of their com- were similarly decorated the officials I!i -WITH n INTBODUCTIOH Pry TI Grain Separators*'::

11 in their positions, saying that they do munication, and to say that her ma- all the The lord chief BY JtKV. LYMAN ABBOTT. tOUr a-:d .isSZBTKD Saw ,Saw yet 1
wearing green. I I orkH, KniKl.1' Patent IX
jesty's government docs not Splendidly illustrated with 25O euperb engravings I >fB.BUd .,Y .i. '
f't\ not desiro any further identification proposeto justice, Lord Russell of Killowen, set froml1uh-ltphtphotonraphsofreaiWe. Minister I Mill aiul Ei.gioe ltepalraGove. "
.J' with the Americans Travel between accept the intervention of anypowa' nay:God spear it."Everyone laughs and nM over I j Itarsand i fait l ::
the in the law courts: all .
in the settlement of example It.and Agentsara.elnnt tbythrwsasdn.tl-iOOO: i and qual'tr i f ytio-Js guarantee
I the towns garrisoned by the Americansis the judges followed his example of more.Agen.wanted all through the South-men i, free bj :ettultg this paper !
African Affairs. and ....lnt'n. 8100 to 8200 a month made. fend I .lam
becoming more dangerous. All wearing the shamrock below their { for lernu to A? nts. Address HAUTFUU1) .
wagon trains must be escorted by Loud and prolonged cheers followed- ermine collars. .PfBtasHlNCJ CO., Hartford COB._ : 1 ''J1

heavy guards to insure their safety this statement. FUR 14C! .

'w.wlahtojaitbf.j, Jicui
ATLANTA POSTOFFICE BILL. for our bargain list. ,, 1PksOit, Oardw'x 1 ,- ..
-- pk.=li+trl'es Y .eale4 ,tie J .
Rebuilt machines good as new ,
a Light It Thrown on Conditions In win Nominate Ticket For State 'Ifflcers 1 Lotao.IGHas s '; 1
(tor wort.) cheap. shipped |
]rab (
,...,.. Senate Panel the Measure and FrospeetsIs the South. On March 28th. for examination. Largest best y lt .. 4s

" House Are Bright. Much light on industrial conditionsin A convention of the prohibition and rent cheapest typewriters.stock In the country.We 1 s.ri rl iiT t :.; Y- 4 Ii
The Atlanta public building bill was Hrilliaaro e- ;
the south, and Georgia in particular party in Alabama is called to meet in THE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, '

called from the calendar in the senate was shown by the evidence before Birmingham on March 28th to nominate 208 North 8t.9ih LonleMo St., I|

ticket for state officers to elect ,' man as ftM,>' t f ,
Monday afternoon and unanimously the United States commissioners in a j. tt ray .,

passed that body. Atlanta, Ga., Monday.The delegates to the national conventionat rA+ --,1.e 1. .Ea.oei S n t 'wi, ay .

The bill carries an appropriation of witnesses examined were Dr. J. Chicago and attend to other busi- toed .TrtAt ': J t .hope W/tea

8500,000 for enlarging and otherwise D. Turner, president of the Exposi ness for the interest of the party. I I .. ca ootl' seed koowwhn s ea.1U>roo. ,

the federal building tion cotton mills Colonel B. J. Bedding NERVOUSDISEASES. f.o lrlaes ,
improving present ; jlgulnaMo's Secretary Gives Up. t .r.a.rifatT .. .
to. Juas a. s.tn us rata i
. .in Atlanta. director of the state experiment .
ti'; The bill will be reported by the station; Mr. J. E. Nunnally, of Nun- A Manilla dispatch states that ,,A.....ad _.. MM.. I Mnr y- riA4 i?
+' committee Colonel Ga. and Colonel W. L. Peek Flores, Aguiualdo's secretary of war, I3RiIWNtjt1'S; 1"2:'w 'phr y .
:,- home,, as coon as natty has surrendered to General MacAr- CDtva-"y Co

'j Livingston returns from Georgia, and of Conyere, Ga., farmers. thur. Aguinaldo's infant son, who tRJ5ODBlOOD.JuWla foe ... e --, DatPOL.1: .

: ,:, -the prospects are favorable that thee Each of the witnesses gave valuable captured in November and who TRAVELING SALESMEN WANTED.
.*. bill will coon become a law, and the i information to the commissioners and .

work on the building will begin during i was heartily thanked. dead.has been Buffering from smallpox, is Mention this Paper 1 axe to-awde rti3er.. r.r

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. i; The State Executive Committee Names 15th Carolina F iuoator.i not Press.being In ;.politics.-Detroit Free 0

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f of 'May Next. L .e. ,
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XewrUse Telegraphy.
"6KEAT STRU6614"YET TO COHE Porto Rican Measure Changed. to.Satisfaction Wireless telegraphy bas bad a new, 4 moo-
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1 :: STATE CONVENTIONJUNE14 .lot the voters in each county,_shall be Sob-Committee of National 'Industrial ( of- Dem-- ..iecrats.r. k' '""*> Ilght-hlp..OO had failed to notify used It the after shore ordinary mnthort.lea signals of -1 1t

.' 'given an opportunity to express,their 4.nerID ft like manner Boetetter's Stomach -
-1-T r Committee Hear i'"o; Witnessest
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v Jt Diners lae-Jftmooa.di'MWMU car t
choice for United States .
9 ,__ a senator. wbe all otaet ntdtdnes'fan f Its saperlericrijqulcMy
,"6.. This committee l leaves to the Charlotte. 'PRESIDENT'IIS STRIO f.rriDtlie renewal of trenftB. ItreinUtea Irb
rk Provisions For Judge and Solicitor executive committees of the several THE the tcwel. Improve the appetite
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j!" and cores indigestion: Tr71L
:, -;: ElectionsRegistratton counties the time and manner of nominations Two prominent witnesses appeared Sick
.. for the members of the legis National Yes;At |latst: Acconnt.
before the sub-committee of the -
.,. Is. vRequired. lature and county o1DC r :- Uses to Which,the..Relief .Funds: Percy-Wb're were-you. oat- lour,vacation- ref
Industrial commission at Char- I.t.Qmmnp' ,
7. It is ordered that respective, Are to Be.,:Put> Must :Be Harold-Ob, I went t toNlagar rails.
,r" : county committees shall consolidate lotte, N. 0., and gave' interesting tes Percy-What I' Is that place. waning ret? n
;; Following is'the'result of tho 'workof i the result of said primary on the day timony. Strictly Specified. Chicago Journal.

the Georgia state DemOcratio : after the same occurs, and that raid State Labor.Commissioner Lacy tea.tided All roods are altka to Pvnux J'jJnua

;.., executive committee .session in Atlanta I primary election shall be held under regarding labor condition in the DTil.as Jney color all flbars P.eae boiling. F

i provisions of the general primary state, while Dr. George T. Winston, The senate the Bold ty all druqiatl._ .
Thursday passed,
Friday, defining dates for gen election law of this state. I president of the.North Carolina College ? ? plle
:How He Was Paid.
Porto Rico relief bill amended in a
/ eral primary'and'state'convention and : "8.. We recommend that the county Agriculture and Mechanic arts, "You're a nice UJ.remarked the ministerto

. : .. embodying; the rules and regulations 'committees when contests exist shall, and one of the foremost educators of way to meet the criticisms urged a.boy;who was chopping wood."Does year t
:.:.. : i the south facts mother fire you tiaything for choppine. flre.wo 1C
governing the primary election: as'far as practicable, give representation gave interesting con- against the measure by tho Democratsof i ir"Xo *- '' J

"At a meeting of the elate Demo ., to contesting candidates in the .: cerning the race problem in the south, the house. The action of' the'sen- I ,"r.plled the hoy.wIth mea.ni ng look: I
selection of of said saying the real race struggle is yet to "but 1 et nometJjf It 1 don't do It."
cratic executive committee, held in the managers primary. .a.te demonstrates that the members of '. > '
city of Atlanta this 16th day of March, "9. It is further ordered, That all come. .w's This?' 1
r 1000, called'for the purpose of taking White voters, without regard to past Commissioner Lacy testified that the house were right in the objections Wei,r/Ter One Hundred.Dollar* Reward for

action whereby the white democrats of political affiliations, who 'desire to there were about 33,757 employes in they made at the time the bill was.:under ; say taw of Catarrh.. 'that cannot La cured by
halls Catarrh Cnr
: this state may give expression of their align themselves with the Democratic the 215 cotton mills in North Carolina, consideration there, the Republicans F.J.CHTOIT-0.Toledo O. ta'C

choice for state offices to be filled by party and who will, if their right to divided as follows: Fourteen thousandsix of the senate themselves indorsing ney We fcrtfcelflSt,'heundel'BI'l1ed.haTe n yean.aJId: known believe, f.him J. Che-per-

the vote of the people at the ensuing participate in said primary be challenged hundred and thirty-eight men; 15- the Democratic fectly":honorable 19. air business transactions
election, it is ordered: pledge themselves to support 811 women; 1,679 girls and 1,629 boys. position. and financially ably to carry out any obligation eyG
"1. That a general primary election the nominees of the Democratic party, His opinion was that 17 or 18 per There were two points in which the mAde d1 XCAX ty ihlr, Wholesale arm.Wxs'r Druggists Toledo,

" be held on the '15th day of May in are hereby declared entitled vote cent of the adults could not read and Democrats criticised the house bill Ohio.WALDlxd.. n
I KDfC.Jf .t MAmmr, Wholesale
every county in the state, at which all therein and are cordially invited to do about 30 per cent .of the children are and on which they based their :refusalto Dn.U Toledo,Ohio. -

qualified white Democratic voters (who so. illiterate. As to wages, the labor support it. One of these was the I. TIaU's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,acting Ta

have registered in 1900 within ten "10. Resolved, That in case of a commissioner stated that skilled men clause which gave the president unlimited faces Directly of the open system.tile, Testimonials blood snd mucous sent free.sur-

days before said primary) shall be [ vacancy occurring the office of judgeor were paid from $1,to $2.50, unskilled power over the Porto 'Rican Price*';:ie.per bottl. Sold by all Druggists.- ueul

given an opportunity to cast their solicitor general in any of the circuits 60 cents to 81; skilled women 75 centsto funds not only those now raised, but Hall's Family lifts are the best.I ulM

votes for the following officers, to- the chairmau of the state com- 81.50, unskilled ,30 cents to 75 those which may hereafter. raised. ., cannot speak tooblgrhlyof Plso's Cure for
wit mittee shall call for a nominating cents; children averaged about 30 This was insisted npon by ths Louse Con'lmptlon.-ra.FB.slt.)10BD8.U W.d
: governor, attorney general, see I -
3C New y
York 23.1394.
rotary of .state, comptroller' general, ; primary to fill said vacancy in ample cents per day.Questioned. representatives, but 4he senate committee < Is''
treasurer, .commissioner, of' agricul- time before an election for said vacan- regarding the subject of immediately struck it out. The Mrs.Wlnolow's footolaz Syrup for children

ture, state school'' commissioner. two' cy shall be had. compulsory arbitration between em- other provision was the absence of teething,allays,softens pain,tbe cures gums wind reduces colic. 25c.Inflammation a bottle.- vetw

justices of, the .supreme court, two, "11. Resolved, That the chairman ployes, commissioner said that specifications as to the uses to which,
prhoD'orumjssionersi and the Democratic of this committee send to each of the this was impracticable, because it these funds were to be put. The His Dream Came True.

Committee in each county are' 1.county executive committees a copy of would be impossible to force an em- Democrats insisted that these should Hogn-Do yon lie 1&".in dreams.Mike?

.. hereby directed: to prepare and furnish these resolutions and issue to them instruction ploye to work against his will on ac be specified. When the bill came I was Daan awake-Faithanl.an' I a 1 do.the mornin LuhflllJbtIdremt me dream saUK

to the uumagers of snob primary a list that ample provision be made, count of the fourteenth amendment to from the senate committee it had not ,kem t.hrue.-Pl'incctou. TI er...
of such qualified registered voters under to secure a full registration of the the United States constitution, 'and been corrected in this'respect. 133

i the terms herein provided for. party before the primary election and therefore such a law could not bind Senator Bacon'took it to the house, 'The Fever Best Prescription for Chills 4>rr
and Is bottle of GHOTI'S
a TaSTnxsaCHUJ.
. I "2. It is ordered that all the officers that the tax collector be notified to the parties involved. Mr. Lacy said consulted with Messrs. Richardson .TONIC. It la simply iron and Cuisine la neiiChr
above named shall be voted for directly observe the law requiring the voters' he favored compulsory education. and Bailey, and then, got the senate .. tameless. : form Ko cure-no par.: : Price SOc.:

by the-people, and that the respec- books to remain open during the President "Winston informed the committee to put in the bill the exact Fatted Calf For One. Y
I shall when hours required by law." committee that the greatest need of language which the Democratio SC
..county'committees upon Urldr (who ba* eloped): "Hera Is a tele-
they compile and declare the result of ALLEX RESOLUTION TABLED. the south was ((1)) universal education leaders agreed, so the position of the ;rim from papa' 15tftlbo"

i said vote, select from among the active compulsory if necessary; ((2)) in- house Democrats .ie in every way BUS fa Bridegroom t"Biidrt (anxiously' : "What does ha '

1 supporters of the successful candidates Senate Tote Determines That ConiiltationDoes dustrial education in the public schools tained. ?All la forgiver r.rovid.ne: you

.\ delegates to the state convention Not Extend Over Porto Rico, and continued in technical colleges. After'! the morning routine -Afi..., --.. don't come back.t outer's Weekly. COrF;

each county through its delegates The senate at Friday's session again He considers education a national as liven, of Mississippi, took the floor to. .

t. to have double the number of took up the Porto Rican appropriationbill. well as a state duty, and favors a national deliver his announced speech on the Spring' Humors .r ars

votes in eaid convention that it has The amendments of the senate university at Washington. relations with the Philippines, but at

representatives in tho lower house of committee limiting the appropriationto In regard to the Negro Dr. Winston the request of Mr. Allison yielded for of the 'Blood K sunfun

, r the legislature. No delegate to said revenues collected prior to January said that the real race conflict in the immediate consideration of the bill appropriating

-! ... '! convention shall give his proxy to any 1, 1900, having been agreed to Thurs- south is not political nor social, but for the benefit and govern- Come to a certain percentage of all the \Va

; but a bona fide resident of his county, day, a vote was taken on Mr. Allen's industrial.The ment Porto Rico revenues collected people; Probably 75 per cent of .
t -'t and the proxy so named shall be amendment declaring the constitution most pitiful and in some placesthe on importations therefrom. The these cured \
people are byHood's
>; t. chosen from among the supporters of extended over the island. most cruel chapter in American debate on the appropriation bill developed every year ,heguz

'i the successful candidates. Mr. Allen's amendment laid on history was the attempt to set up the a decided difference of opinion, Sarsaparilla and, we hope by 'wb'
\ f:' '- "3. It is ordered that the state convention the table, 36 to 17. emancipated negro slave as the political as Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, offered as this'advertisement! to get the other 25 !

) __ shall assemble in the city of Mr. Jones, of Arkansas, withdrew antagonist of his Anglo-Saxon mas- a substitute for the measure bill to per cent to take. Hood's Sarsaparilla. ;

Atlanta'on tho 14th lay of June 1900, | the amendment he offered Thursday ter. This attempt had almost entirely return the duties to thoso who had It has mada more people well,effected f' me

,,J noon, in the hall of the house of representatives [ snd in its place offered an amendment alienated the two races in the south. paid them and providing for absolutefree wonderful :stit
y* V to nominate a state ticket I proposing free trade between the United The greatest blessing that could fall trade between the United States more cures any other

s. of the above named offices, and fur- : States and Porto Rico. It differs from to the negro's lot now would be the and Porto Rico. Mr. Jones substitutewas medicine in the world. Its strengthas 11

;, ." ther to select four delegates from the the first amendment Mr. Jones offered, restoration of the old-time kindly relations as follows: a blood, purifier is demonstrated by ;; :aa

state at large and two delegates from as that previously proposed provided with the white people. These "All duties collected upon articles marvelous. cures ofScrofula Ga

TMs; each of the eleven congressional districts that the money collected should be relations can be restored by the com- imported into the United States priorto \\att,
Salt Rheum
of the state to represent the .. repaid to those who had paid it. plete elimination of the race from N'" or since the first day of April, 1899, Soald Head Boils Pimples
t-tato in the national Democratic con- All amendments to the Porto Rican southern politics. the date of exchange of ratifications of Alt kinds of Humor Psoriasis I
;r.:4: vcutijn to be held at Kansas City on appropriation bill were withdrawn or 'The real raceEtruggle, said Dr. the treaty of peace between the United Blood Poisoning Rheumatism

. July 4th; and further'to nominate voted down, and the bill was passed< Winston, "has not begun yet. It will States and Spain, be returned to the Catarrh: Malaria, Etc.

'Co'.' candidates: for the offices of judge and ., without division. come with bitter intensity when thesouth'ern persons from whom,they were collected All of'which are prevalent at this sea '.1
solicitor! general in each judicial cir white laborer is arrayed and from and after the passage of this ;
PB01IIBITIOX QUESTION against the southern laborer ina son. You need Hood's Sarsaparilla Xry.rs
cuit of the state where these officers negro act no duties shall be collected on
';- are to be elected under the law.. ,i struggle for employment; when the asticles coming from Porto Rico." now. It will do you wonderful good.
Will :Not Be Submitted to Georgia Voter 'cur
J "4. It is ordered that in each judicial In white mill operatives who strike for This substitute precipitated a
MI&J' Palmary. Hood'sSarsaparilla '
'' circuit'where solicitor higher wages are replaced by negroes. discussion 'gri
a judge or lengthy of the constitutional .
; By a practically unanimous vote the We shall then ia the south what inv
$ general is to be elected the whitertta' questions involved.Mr. .

:' .. : Democratic voters in each county of Georgia committee Democratic, at its meeting state in executive Atlanta, recently occurred in Paua, Ill., but Hoar then came forward with a L.

...."d, ti".#"-* ---v choice on the same ballot as hereto- question of state prohibition to a vote speedily abandons his politicaland the heated colloquy said no more.

, .. > I fore provided for, and under the tame !: of the people at the May primary on social equality dreams and devotes There was objection to naming a date crop can
...' of electors. himself to industrial training and man- and Mr. Hoar inj
.- ; \terms!> to qualifications 1 the that the postponed his! request
'-'i< r \. ".It is further ordered that the vote '. ground tho committee had no ual labor his fate is sealed. There is until Friday. Mr. Hoar then ad- without on
._ jurisdiction matter.
.. .. over now a place for him in southern industrial
EY V.f. ,he several counties iu each circuit The dressed the senate on the Porto Rico of
of two of the leading
:t S t "'" 1ud and solicitor shall be I, appearance life, and unless he fills that Potash. in
: \ :t A .{r c general prohibitionists of fie state--Colo appropriation. Tie expressed his willingness
'I ; ifolidated by the county executive place speedily, there will be no placef to.let the appropriation
; j. nel C. R. Pringle of Sandersville and pass coi
) \r- mittee of: each county and certified Judge Alvin Freeman of Coweta-before or him, except as the veriest drudge. for humanitarian reasons, but took occasion Every blade of tin

. ',.: ... \>> by said committee and forwarded to the committee when it was called Dr. Winston said Booker T. Wash- to repeat his views on the gen-
I chairman of the Democratic ington shows a fine appreciation of Grass .
': ; state to order came in the nature of a surprise eral question of expansion. every grainof
it tee, whose duly it shall be to the real needs of the negro in the Before the discussion of the pend-

(F r ).. idate the votes of the several of the, as members it was that known the to prohibitionists onlya few south. Such schools as his should be I ing bill had been concluded Mr. Wel- Corn, all Fruits ill It

f ":'-1:1n.. !\ch circuit for judge and of Georgia had determined to established in every part of the south, I lington, of Maryland, presented an

jJ&d .fo report the result of sent a petition requesting that the pre-issue and should be aided by the national I elaborate argument against the seat- and Vegetablesmust In
:, '+! fidded vote to tho state of state be submittedto government.As ing of Mr. Quay
't. rtawc1i. shall in turn c.1e-1 the people. to political rights, President At 5 o'clock the senate adjourned. have it. If
i ,. pnltt Si'and make nominations Winston said the negro will be treat- r

11.;/''for'the 'several circuit, May Be Playing a Trick. ed in the south for many years pretty Rhode Island Democrats Meet. enough is suppliedyou

.. 4 iflidate for judge and solic1 Ex-Governor William J. Stone be- much as the Chinaman is treated in The

,\" :,.., receiving the highest vote lieves there was some truth in the state California; the Indian in the north- convention Rhode Island Democratic state can count on a full -
fir;: -" -tare circuits shall be ment that there is a movement among west; the Hawaiian in Hawaii; the met at Providence Thurs- cropif

"\ late ticket as the Dem- eastern Democrats to elect Tom. L. Filipinos in tho Philippines; the day for the nomination of state officers too little the, growth will be
and the
,fi Porto Ricans iu Porto Rico the Alas- selection of delegates to the !
e for said office- I Johnson, of Ohio, chairman of the ;
- ... .ordered. that in said i, national committee and eliminate silver kans in Alaska and other citizens of than Democratic W. national convention. Na- "scrubby." ntlr
the batWExL'FNIYEt' less fashionable color in various Littlefield was nominated for r
: ad ou sauna I from the platform. sections -
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.. : I I, of our possessions. governor. Send for our book t ilia; all about composition
i! THE QUAY CASE. fjrtiliwrj best adapted for all crops. They catt JOG
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; IM'b""ce. Senator's Friend Secure Order Looking ,
; Cwwuy x To Final Uad Accident to Fad Mall on the Plant Two :Negro Pay Death _KALI OR$S.93 Nassau St..New York.
r.- 5 4.ns Factory. a Vote On Matter. Penalty at :Xa.hvlllr.

.s. inTobacoc Comwaf Senator Quay's friends, through North Carolina.
'A""' ,
'a. omen,. from tha'iftysecond getting the senate to make an order leaving Montgomery, Ala., Sun- two ,
negro menwere hanged at Nashville :
.w streetaiork looking/ final vote upon the Quay day night went down at Clay Bank -- t .. r t

; and it will : case. Those who have been.fighting trestle; one mile from Ozark, about 1 the N. C:, tbursday.'n1"orniug for I homestead'Vntonacldfersendatdoasof.ofdleswho'mad entries before.June 21.1374 of less tkas. t
f"; Ito., its' factories'at 1.. Senator.;Quay seem to think, that the 'o'clock'MontIay morning. It was a murder Robert Heiser,'white..,. 160 acres(ao funas'tfaltaadonedorreltngsashed)<
The crime was the most if they have act sold tbtr additional homestead
Quay victory is of doubtful horrible
Cincin- a'vel'J', : af
.zltitliore I .double-header running fifty miles an fair that has tights should sddrcMfcjwiU fun patJaa1ar&.en-- a
.R r.P ;, This is the because !the decision of the senate hour. Both engines passed .oeer- ,the in occurred in that 'section' lag district;{U.ggg.", ;??. WMteftn,8.CL
: :ntpsny'bad in .New.ta to consider the case is hedged about trestle, but the entire train went down years, and.their victim,:was' a,man, ,
loved and -
I lot of provisions.But respected by"all.
d. Goedos in 'the by a
i slg ; : except the rear:sleeper. The trestle is OPIUM iANa.MQRPHINI Itt
l at. fihe'ahntting down \ the fact remains that a step toward 250 feet long and forty et high.,The execution;.was public, and people : ..
aaoollt "of*ttwi*Kpenies.Ii ,, the end ha been taken;and the coaches into from mites around>*r*present ta 'HMtJ cared at HOM--C HO CUBE/Ito PAY..' it''C1
split kindling wood. Correspondence 'ooftttlMitl.tL
is see the two men as+ the fwer8' usuerecTInlly ; i4ZATK-CXTa'-'
present probability that 'Mr. .
saidin.tho Quay .
: ..too'teoipeauvo'here, I Two passengers were fatally,hart into eteruity. aoclk7rI,4cttts7lSy-staata,tia:,"
will begiven a seat sometime before '- It is ebtiliatedtbat.
: and about fifteen received leas '
more or .
the end of the present session. 10,000.;people were jDWR!X HEIDIkCOmy:ahea
,. presea* at k NIW"10..J' .
.r. < .' 111 unes. -- I. +. Viiatwasitt
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OCAL HAPPENINGS. Woman's Delicate Organism ,i COHEN, FRIEDMAN & GO'S

1 the best styles of millinery: :

[p at Mrs.. Sistrunk's.. ,, ,, F Even the most vigorous I. :'
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OR SALEOne horse, good for woman,living under the ELEGANT AND COMMODIOUS .

Lor driving. S./F. Gardiner artificial conditions of
|ke, Fla. today, needs 'a tonic- DEPARTMENT STORE. f)
-- -- for her delicate
-- I regulator organism >.
[essrs. D. R.. Edwards and F. otherwise she is liable to l'
isher of Lawtey, were visitors i' those untold sufferings that result -i i We invite you to inspect the beautiful new Wash Fabrics, namely: e :;

tarke Tuesday.rs. I.
> I' from displacement: or some

Linnie Tillis, returned to form of female : I Agra Gauze (Silk and Lisle),!: Corded TaffetaAlhambra\ .

[home at Waldo Tuesday after I G.F.P. (Gentle's that tints.j Tissue Carreaux, i\ El Coirroda, j Orgahcies, both White and ; .'
Isit with relatives here.o acea) gives tone
female organs which insures I Mill Ray, I Kohinoor, | Colored. ;' :.
stamps or rebate checks, but healthy action and perfect
I full value of your money with regularity. r :
I WHITE GOODS in India Lawns, Persian Lawns, ;
sale Mrs.
at Sistrunk's. .
fry 1 Bold your O.F.P. to yonng Udy customer whom
I oar phyilcUn had given up u bopclera.and told her If
It did her no rood she need not par for It. After taking checked and Nainsook and Dimities.
/ANTED-Tenant for two farms one bottle she was entirely eured and ha...been In frond Organdies, plain t tr
health ever dnoe. J.B.GILLILAXD Moo. Bridge Ala. .

Ick Kingsley garden lake farm Also near' for Starke.one I I It your ease i*not fully covered by our flU 1001' I FINE ASSORTHENT of Laces and Embroideries ;

[ply to S. F. Gardiner. Starke. "HEALTHY Write in MOTHERS confidence MAKE for free HAPPY adrtce HOMES.to

'op, many- people lose valuable ;. LADIES HEALTH Caatta C1XB..oga car. Tear L.Gentle*c., I I i in Edgings, Insertings and Allover. Appliques in black 4
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e in experimenting with cough I ------PRICK-Ii:00i iTLi. and white. t

cold cures. 1 hey should take If you dmfrtst does not handle O.F.P. art him to
end for It, othenrlM end UI Jour order and ILM and
[ley's Honey and Tar before it is we will apply you direct cxproMtf*prepaid. SILKS
late. J L. Gaskins L GERSTLE A CO.. Chattanooga.Twin.

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.essrs. Wills & Long, attorneys- Finest Selections and Lowest Prices. I
The town tax books will be
aw, have moved into their new
closed March and who I
3ist! persons
ce in the Johns building, whereey RIBBONS.SPECIAL
have not cone so already shou d .
have I
-quarters. pay up at once. Marshal Bennett
Green C. Chairs, a former citi- requests the TELEGRAPH to state

pn of Starke, came up from Tam that he has consulted the council BARGAIN DAYS-Mondays and Saturdays. .

Monday for a short visit with regarding an extension of the time

lativeshere.. Mr Chairs left for closing the books, and that

[uesday for Old Town, Lafayette there positively will be no exten- COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO.

juntv.r I sion. ,
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j iM. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich Nervous weakness or palpitationof ST ARKE.:: FLA- .
ays "DeWitt's Little Early the heart indicates disorder in CI ...
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users are the very best pHs I 'he stomach and digestion. Prick .
l-ver used for costiveness liver and ly Ash Bitters is a wonderful rem :+ G?m

wel troubles." J L. Gaskins. edy in such cases. It clcansem, Kodol (I'

strengthens and regulates the A ESTATE OF .
Mrs. J. G. Colson, of Pine Hill, !
stomach, liver and bowels, removes!
.s a guest at the home of Prof andrs. he cause of the heart symptom !' 1 J. L. GASKINS

A. Hercules. Mrs Colson and builds up a strong and vigorous Dyspepsia Cure ,
has been in health
| declining tor body. Sold by Starke Drug
[lame. time and is here for treatment Company.Rev. & DR.'.J. H. COLSON, Ma lager,
bv Dr. J. H. Colson. Digests what you eat. ) h( ,:'

T. Bishop, of Columbn artificially digests the food and aids i I ffi) STARKE, Fla ((1
IjiPrickly Ash Bitters cures diseases Nature in strengthening and reconstructing '
City, who was to have assisted Iff: +
of exhausted digestive or- W) Dealer In l )
the kidneys, c'eanses and the
Rev E H. Giles with a series of
strengthens the l liver, stomach and gans. It is tltelatest discovered digest-
meetings at the Methodist churchis and tonic. No other preparationcan I
bowels. For sale by Starke Drug prostrated with la 'grippe. On ant approach it in elite lency. It Instantly |? DRUGS flEDICINESJL i

[CompanyRev __ account of the illness of Mr. Bishopand relieves and permanently cures I
H 0 Heartburn, ;
Dyspepsia, Indigestion :
N. S. Wain ht, of Tampa, the inclement weather Mr. Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, I
was a Visitor to Starke during the Giles has discontinued the meetingfor SickIleadacheGastralglaCramps and I! J DRUG SUNDRIES .
the but will the allotherresultaofimperfectdigestion.Prlie I .
.(first part of the week, having been present resume :
!summonsed here to attend the work next Wednesday evening, and 50c.and 11. Large size contains 24 times i I
size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed free
J funeral of his father. Mr. E J. hopes for the hearty co operationof jnioU Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO..Chicago $ Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumery -

t\Vainright. the membership of the church.A J. L OASKINS. '$ and Fancy Soaps Hair and .
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?4. When you want something to man named E. Presson, of A DOUBLE CRIME. 2 Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods J '

[,<:heal a burn, or a sore, or a cut, Pressonville. Kans, wrote a letter -- a Specialty.
why not try Banner Sa ve, which is the other day, saying the opinionof W. L. May Formerly of Starke. g3

[' guar nteed the most healing oint- everybody in his town who has Shows His Hand. I Ij I
|rae't in the wor d Take no sub- used Foley's Honey and Tar is, W. L May, who wis connectedwith ,

jlirtitute.> J L. Gaskins.Mr. that it is the very best medicinefor the Weekly Advocate, of this ,*j GARDEN AND l fa fr.N \

'lagrippe, colds, coughs etc, J city, during the early months of.. C x
::0 and Mrs. J. E. Wainright I_ Gaskins. 1898, but who later published the ;1 FLOWER SEEDS. |
and daughter Miss Julia, of +
j.;Gainesville, came up Sunday to J. from E. Futch, Esq.West returned where Monday he. Jacksonville filthiest paper Sunday ever Call,printed probablythe ill Goods always* fresh and clean. Careful and 4( ) j .

'fattcnd the tuneral of Mr. Wainright's represented Key'Starke Lodge, No 34 F orida, has at last shown his handas prompt attention given to Compounding f$) rPhysicians' .....

.: death father, a elsewhere notice of in whose the Knights of P, thias, in the grand a very sorry sort of a moralistto 1 I I) Prescriptions, day or night. (h i.t iI i.
appears the least.
1 TELEGRAPH lodge Mr Futch enjoyed the say G 6i5
trip very much, and was much Of May's escapade Jacksonville r 306says II.

\ Lewis Ackerman, Goshen; Ind pleased with the hospitality of the Evening News of Monday, _. __ _ _<=_ __,_ ___ = __
: "DeWitt's Little Early Risers of West. On the March 19th, says: I - ------- -- '- -
: says people Key return I ; the- .
., alw ys bring certain relief trip our good friend, }hn "On last Friday night it seems I that he had skipped for parts presence in Pa'atka night I Ii

cure my headache and. never Crof who represented the Lake that May induced the young daughter unknown. i I of the fire and the case was ihan- I

.' gripe" They gently cleanse and Butler lodge, is said by Mr. Futchto of Mrs. Ida Powell to submit to I do ed, Mr. Underhill paying, the
It Saved Ills Leg.P.
invigorate the bowels and liver. J. have sighed more than once for a criminal relationship with him. [I costs. II
L. Gaskins. the earth. He was violently sea- Afterwards, realizing the gravityof A, Dan forth, of LaGrange.Ga ( The case was dismissed by Ji r' :
---- .ick. his offense, May sought to cover suffered intensely for six tice Mitcham on receipt of the
: Postmaster L. C. Hull has pur up his crime by marriage. Application months with a frightlul runningsore f following Setter from Mr. Urn!... J :

5 chased. the Rising property, adjoining Rev. W. E. Sit/er. W. Canton. was made to County Judge on his leg, but writes that !|hill ., 1 t.:

the place of Dr E L. Stewart, N. Y., writes, "I had dypepsiaover Baker for a marriage license, but Buckler's Arnica Salve wholly: Starke, Fla March 10. ty' :; r '

ton Walnut street. This. is one twenty years, and tried doc- the same was refused. owing to the cured it in ten days. For ulcers, (JUSTICE MITCIIAM FnmotonI f' !

f iof the most desirab'e bu Iding sites tors and medicines without benefit. girl not being of sufficient age. wounds. burns, boils, pain or piles I DEAR SIR-As *;..iovuv; ,.. .. 't. >'.
|fin town, and Mr. Hull wil>l erect a I was persuaded tn use Kodol ".\fay then secured a blank marriage it's the 1 est salve n the world. In the case of Ken KeIt! >, 4 .... ;

'.cOmmodious home on it some Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me license in some way and forged run guaranteed. Only 25c Sold fear that the testimony is not -H ':. t

time in the near future."I from the start. I believe it to be a the name of Justice Willard to by J. L Gaskins, druggist.A. cient to convict him i tlPrt' '. Jr

panacea for all forms of indigestion it as having issued the license ask that you dismiss the C:1": "
used Kodol Dispepsia Cure in It digests what you eat. J. Here he showed his ignorance, as R. DeFluent, editor of the Yours very reptCif'iU\! .

my family with wonderful results. L. Gaskins. Justice Willard has no right to is-I Journal, Doylestown, Ohio, suffered VV H. tiM-iK.:.. \' u

It gives immediate relief, is p'easant -I sue marriage licenses. These facts I for a number of years from Kelley did not rec f"i.'<" n"' ; ot J. f
to take and is truly the dyspep When Court Will Convene. were soon made known, and the rheumatism in his right shoulder' the dismissal of u-M: ,'-!'* : :' cams. -"

tic's best friend," says E. Hartge'r.ink The TELEGRAPH has had a very warrants followed, and all day Sat- and side. He says: "My rightarm up from '1.'J!-- I' .. : .- ? -'.\

Overisel Mich. Digests serious time in its efforts to state urday and yesterday he was soughtbut at times was entirely useless trial He was ar.r-'"-bly: iurprisexiei e ; 'j
what you eat Cannot fail to cure. the date upon which the spring not found though the author- 11 ied Chamberlain's Pain Balm, to find that th;. ui.i ; had been .t

J. L. Gaskins. term of circuit court will convene. ities are confident he is still in the and was surprised to receive relief ended, but f C "t..ed. ile TELL -' ," i
S. L. Kramer & Co. have recent First we placed it on the third city, under cover."Yesterday almost immediately. The Pain GRAPH to say' ...: thougat It."a ::- i
ly placed in their meat market a Monday in the month, and finding prominent attorney'went Balm has been a constant companion hardship on hims&f'-- have: peen : -z_ "
chopping block that measures that was* wrong undertook to correct to Mrs Powe 1 and offered to of mine ever since and r never forceo to quit his \vurk\ and int-IT 1

inches in diameter. It is a round 44 ourselves and show that the compromise the matter, and in the : fails." For sale by J. L. Gaskins. traveling expenses* !/; u e' .t .... -
from and court would convene on the fourth i conversation it is said that he admitted charge that W,1 c tour too .venc !... :ITS :. I
gigantic tree was ship- Dismissed.If :
is still in the city and I II Case to trial .. .
: but on. ,
ped here from St. Louis, Mo. Monday, March 26th, the May go .. i2fYl.oco., -r
Later in the season this enterprising type went back on us and we got I anxious to have the matter straight Ben Kelley has been unfort- -;' ----" "$ le. ': '"

it th 24h.These ened out. I unate in getting into the meshesof P +r16aThirt L .... .j
firm will put in a handsome FO ..... ,J.-\ :.... .. ;
pestiferous mistakes will "The affair has caused consider the law he has been fortunatein L- .. ..
glass front refne>rator tor the stor- .1 ?
of their meats.: I' sometimes occur even in the best I able talk, and public indignation I getting out. He .vas to have .. .'*. *-cs. being! the 'j".' tt i; ;t'
regulated printing offices, but, not-1,: condemns his actions, as his repu had a hearing before Justice Mitcham half \.:! l.% northwest quart'+ ;y... r':': >

.\vm. Orr, Newark, 0., says, "We withstanding fact, the TELEGRAPH tation is anything but savory at Hampton, Wednesday, on a t h..tAbt quarter and 'e R>e": :;. ; yA... ,
make i i When the news of May's double charge of arson, but several days ..","'" '
r feel safe without One Mint : regrets to misleading quarter: tIlt; fi ;rtcetstlla..tet : '1iV
statements for the that crime became known the authorities ;, before the time set for the hearingthe 0 f .. .11'
t Cough Cure in the house. It reason our : the nr.:-*h PVC.)t quarter of sectioij tir
saved my little boy's life when he mistakes not infrequently: incon- got after him and he went j case was abandoned by W. T. II, in fownspip 7 south, range ,2_> ; 4'iw,

had the pneumonia. We think it venience our subscribers. into hiding. Realizing the serious Underhill, Jr., the prosecuting wit- east of *hc ralan I! :sj>ee meridian, ... ..t,.ant
is the+best medicine made" It The spring term of the court predicament in which his conducthad I .
II ness.Mr. For $ ,&. on c:sy terms. :,::\ : :
cur 'cilughs and all lung diseases. will convene MARCH 26TH, the placed him he decided the Uuderhill had,charged Kel- i owner'i .
the of other state would, ley with the burning of his barn, Write .. ii.
I b Plejfcuit to take, harmless and same being 4th Monday in some .r. .. '"'
givef immediate results. J. L. said month There is no mistake be beneficial to his health, and the I but it seems the accused had \. W. B. Hamnttt, :... :.oj;!rj: :i

Gaskins. about the date this time. Metropolis of Tuesday afternoon I strong testimony to prove his Jx jurth Av.a..PttlburtPs. :t. :,:..,' '. '
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>... Edward J. Wainright was born
t in Camden county, Ga. December WARD Brims daease,
1835, anA was- happily marriedto diabetes $rarei or c ererror
kidney or bladder
: S Early buyingmeans Emma C. Lewis, daughter of rirase, is WSZt tboOSacds '
E der Josiah Lewis, of Nassau are drug: who do DOC
county. Fla. February 19<< 1857 kacnr it. You may be one of them-
rr Are ocjdeczicg tfcat hacfrac&e.tiredoct .
ie resided in Nassau county tilt JOB
tta rnra or other
w { the beginning of the Civi war, symptoa Of ki!Dcy disorder 1 The
satisfaction. when he enlisted in the cause of sympto: of kide dsase are
Long '
the South, and was wounded in the many aDd pec: -bafSfng erea to ,

battle of Chickamauga, September doctors
\ Here isa, simple and sere test
the war he join-
19 1863. Daring
which aaycoe: may try:
: Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sums ed the Baptist church and became Set aside a battle e il, a good soldier of the cross until nis I a 9C&JBC9) or KlXrfA&ff O...
I 1, sid kxiae: drynr
somewhat earlier this than
Dress season
.t mer goods !ast moment. He stood h gh as a -Foley's Kiiaey Care is abwhzteiyjrnaraEtettl

li: I usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding :Mason having attained the high li oar ran DO risk. See I I!
I" degree of Master Mason in Brad- \ civil thai 700 get Fogey's, tie gsanaleedotre.
'a the season." ford Lodge ,,0.42- On September I .
19, 1868, he became a member ot BANNER SALVE hats all bra bat Cupid's: woadL
I Lake Butler Royal Arch Chapter i

and was faithful to both: until he was ,- -- _.

{ COME LOOK AT THESE THEY'LL called ence. As a citizen he was j i f I II I THE GRACE ENTERTAINMENT. I! rCosa Y Cof
tried and tree, and having merited j
(tb.a.xt rro-line. peeL) [ The Hic&ok & Adler Specia*.
PLEASE YOU : the confidence of his fellowotizenswas I
chosen their representative: in attraction and were certainly! becomingly ty and Comedy company bas

the l legislature 1879 So,which trust dressed for the occasion.; i I made arracgemcnts to play at tfat <

t he: fIlled with fidelity and honor to The little bride wore a long veil j j jI t Starke-Opera House U'ednesdaj-J

eJ J Lawns White Figured and Solid. his county. I: and carried a large bouquet of,;,: night. March 2th. The troop'plaving IS:
As a man heas generous and I beautiful cut flowers [i' St Augustine Pa atia'i

f Organdies_Every style and kind. highly respected for his honest Besides the chi dren named in'i''' and otLer of the larger towns in-:

iodU5tf- and intelligence the cast of characters, a large number -1 I the state and promises to given ..
Dimities__\\"hite and Figured. !!! citizens an evening of whole
| -' r. His illness began on the 23d occupied places on the stage as our :
1 '. 9.':' ult, and was in the form of Ja! relatives of the contracting parties. some amusement. ,
; Dotted Sw S5_\\'hite and Colored. handsomely and ap- Reserved seats will be on sale-
grippe. He was brought to the They were
j .Dotted White Lawns. home of his son, N. Wainright.. propriately costumed and were as at the store of the \\. R Ha.nesi.COL1pany. .' .

of this city to be under the immediate -I follows: .
| Piques and Nainsooks.S care of Dr. A. L Scott;I I Miriam Johns Lois Peek, Leslie -- - ,
be soon improved and returned Crew Mairie Chavous. Louise
:i Unen LawnsBlack and Figured.: ". .- home. But he spoke of his speedy Wheeler, Hester Gardiner, Guy To those living 1

i i departure saying, "I know that I Alvarez, .Temple Haynes Oscar .i malarial districts Tutt's Pills .
Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. Ah.rezVi11ie Hicks and Owen
>hall go soon, but I am not afraidto
die. I have seen somethingto Gardiner. Little Misses Miriam ,re indispensible keep the"',*;

% Dress Crash_Large quantity, from 8cto 25C. per yd. convince me of it, bi't I do not Johns and Lois Peek as the grandmothers ystem in perfect order and are i.1

dread to die." He seemed still to of the bride and groom
PercalesEvery piece a beauty. improve, and on Saturday walked created much laughter. an absolute curer 1

still betteron The two act comedy, "A. Box of
'ever his farm and fet 1J
"* sick headache, indigestionalaria ,
1s his return; in the evening he Monkeys, was well played each:

s : sat up with his family till Q o'clock character being splendidly taken. torpid liver constipa- f

Our Prices Will Help You to reading:, when he retired. HU i i 1 he cast could nit have been more m and all bilious difutt's .
} faithful wife had fur several nights happily; made, and those who witnessed .
S watched at his bedside but now, the play were highly pleased Liver Pills l 4 I

Economize. feeling so much better be entreated with the efforts of our home talent
her to retire to her own room along this line cf entertain cnt. Three bushels of straw enes

for rest, assuring her that he was The singing of Mrs. Heresies were shipped from Lawtey last '}

"... 'all right"and that "the Lord was and Misses Truby and Pee were \fon ay. ThIs was the first shipment ;;

I i: ; with him* This was his last goodnight very much enjoyed and each num- I of consequence this sermon i

to his loved ones; the Lore ber rendered by them was gener- r Mrs. CaHnn Zimmerman Miles-

IFrtW.D.llflTllrCO. I was indeed with him. and he quietly ously applauded.: i burg. Pa.. says, -As a speedy cureJ:
in his 1 he paying of Professor Grace I 4
passed away sleep Sunday for coughs, colds, croup and sore
I morning, March i8th. Verily, tht: was a feature that was by nt throa: One Minute Cough Cure is .
' i Lord eivetb hi- beloved sleep. means without appreciation. hj .
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he rtirecommend! i i' to moth
f. .< I fir. Smith Now Sole Owner. I New Schedule.A I hold the upright, for the end of' Grace has placed himself be>ona ersIt is the only harmless reme :;1'

' I Dr. E. L SteA-art has sold his in new schedule will go in effecton that man is peace; and precious in dependency although blind since :'dhat produces immediate re- { .

... terest in the business of the Starke'Dru the A., S. R & G railway next the sight of the Lord is the deathof his infancy. His playing is won- sults.! It cures bronchitis, pneu. !

Company to his partner, B. Monday. Under the new arrangement His saints.. derful. His entertainments are monia. and throat and lung .It'1
P. Smith. Mr Smith will continue ; the passenger train will The deceased died from heart edifying ai-d elevating and deserve diseases.gnppe It will I

the business at the present stand : leave Starke at 2:20 in the after- failure. Surviving him art a wife, I the patronage of the towns he tion. J. L Gaskins.L prevent. consump-

and keep the service up to the high noon, lay over at Osceola at night founeen chf.dren.: twenty-on visits.he II
standard of excellence: already established and return to Starke&. at 10 o'clock grandchildren and five great-grand gross receipts of the enter: I I B. Boaz wil'represent Arma- :

He 'managed the the following morning. The new children to mourn his departure. tainmcnt footed up $5440. and I I cost Riley & Co. of Cincinnati I

,J business during the past five years schedule will give a connection at May the Lord mile upon them Pr 'f. Grace was very much pleased !1 I and F. M. Leonard, of Boston and rI *.
A,1 and his painstaking attention to Starke with ail the regu'ar passen and bring father and nv.ther and with his "uccess: here and yen I New York, during the strawberry I..

3 every detail has had much to do ger trains on the F. C. & P. their descendants together in grateful to those persons whose cooperation -,l.I season. The firms have: hen ,

,,, with placing the business on the glory! i and patronage be recieved -: highly' recommended to Mr. Boaz. .
high plane it at present occupies, Lingering La Grippe Conzh. I The funeral services were held I Before leaving town he requested and he solicits a share'of this sea-,

and in assunrng full control he wi 1 G Vacher, 157 Osgood street I at his late home Monday morning I the TELEGRAPH to expresshis son's business.. if

not relax his efforts to give then Chicago, says: "My wife had a I March iQth his pastor.Elder Wm.F. deep appreciation to the people A Little- -Known- Fact. #t

pub ic a perfect service in the drug very severe case of la grippe, andit I Ma'uhurs, officiating The interment :I of Starke. That
J left her with bad the majority of serious dis- ,
Sine a very cough. too place at Crosby cem-
i Dr. Jno. C. Wills will remain She tried a bott eof Fo'ey's' Honey etery with Masonic honors. Golnt OWB tyn. eases originate in disorders: of the ;

'1 ;, .: with the store under the change of I IJ and Tar and it gave immediate re-. Peace to his ashes, rest to his P op'e: suffering from kidney kidneysoleyYs Kidney Cure is } ,:
J. management and continue to giveits :: lief. A 5oc bottle cured her cough soul and perpetual honor to his diseases feel a gradual but steady t uaranteed. Try it today if you .t'
loss of 1 shou'd t loseno are not feeling well. J. L t askins.. ,
< vitality bey
F patrons the benefit of his prof i, entirely. Price 25c. and SOC. J. name : s\\\
tyi 10';, essiona! knowledge and skill. ,, L GaskinsR. His PASTOR time in trying Fcley's Kidney :,
1 I I -- Cure It is guaranteed J. L Enoch GrifEs one of Lawtey'sLeading

: .,? .. :. BLtm&rck's Iron Nerve I I Muse of Lavrtey, was transacting The Best Salve In the World.Is GasUns. strawberry growers was
in town Wednesday. Mr. Griffis
: business in Starke Wednes {
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Banner Salve. It is made
\Vas his :
i the result ol splendid day. Notice of Sale. has eleven acres in berries this
r;;. Y ;. .. ',;' ;;:e he 1th. Indomitable will and tre :,I ___ from a prescription by a worldwide season and thinks he will begin to
A 1\ II I known skin special and is Notice is hereby given that on
',;. Jl. '.z. r ,: mcndous energy are not found .;I Where can you invest money salve the of ship in large quantities by the end
the most hea-ing Thursday, 22i day March.
?' ;,;: :. f where stomach, liver. kidneys and :: more profitably than by buying a positively of next week He says the prospects -
.' I for piles, burns, scalds, ulcers running 1900, I will offer tor sale at public
k. ,t. f. ", towels are out of order. If yeu !, bottle 01 Prickly Ash Bitters; you are good for a fair yield in i
and all skin diseases. all of such
( \:J: v ant these qualities and the success get four for one A kidney med- sores outcry personalpropertyof his section.To .
;:;: } :' ,,t 4 : they bring! use Dr. King's :!'Icine, a liver tonic, stomach 11. L Gaskins. l the estate of S. P. Crews. de-

.. ,.tj.. New Life Pills. They develop '!strengther and bowel cleanser. I this d ased. as cannot be equitably divided secure the original witch
The next issue of will between the heirs of
) cvcrv power ot brain and body : Four medicines for one dollar. paper said hazel salve! ask for DeWir's
1 ():' y 25<. at J. L Gaskins drug : Sod: by Starke Drug Co. ] publish the date of one of the mostI estate. Sale wilt begin at 10 Witch Hazel Salve, well known asa K
\ I important events to take place in i clock a. m. at the late home of the
f store certain cure for 'piles and skin
I New kitchen safes what !' Starke this season-the grand I deceased.
r&1' "\ just you diseases Beware of worthless
k l: New arrival of cellars, cuffs and i need in the furniture departmentof i spring opening of the Ideal's mil I I S. M CREWS counterfeits. They are dangerous. -

I'l tY..neckties.. : at the Ideal. ,I of Cohen, Friedman & Co. : finery department. I Admin'r Est. S. 'P. Crews J. L Gaskins.
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\i. \frget, business, i Dress Goods i Skirts and I: Notions and I Choice

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-r, : at s uhai we are here We are showing somelovely Waists Shoes.Our .

/? He i tit\ to 'ct more of it,': pieces of Summer : Family
line of Notions consists I
*?!(the question ever before :! Dress Goods-plain and : \\ e have a pretty'line of I
of.the latest novelties i:

'... %iiSWetiave' found but one I I I figured Lawns, Organdies, ;i.; ladies Summer Skirts and I II in Lad es' Belts, Buckles Groceries

, .. "t:. 'r.iffhat:: is: by giving the t i Swiss, Silk Ginghams, I i I Shirt \Vaists.Vhite,I Handkerchiefs, Hose, In Groceries we always

. : Uye t goods r.t the very I |!
,.. .' W hest prices and treating t!I Madras, Silk Chambravs"I light and dark blue Duck,. Ties, Underwear, etc,, andGentlemen's ;: endeavor to carry a fresh

Yttyrybody :i etc. You should call and : white figure, crash and Belts Socks,'! stock of highest grade 9
right.Ve are
I''a pleased to have you I 1 II I examine our stock. The covert-cloth Skirts from Underwear, Collars, Ties, !' goods, and the growth

xamine our stock whether: goods will suit you and 75C up. Shirt Waists 1I 1 Shirts, etc. Inspect our I our business in this lineis

} p I, line of Shoes and get our! that effortsare
proof 4
/ the prices are right. from our
soft buy or not. :, i SOC up.
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