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 30, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00399
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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? VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA, MARCH 3o, looo. NO. 3i. .:a j

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BROTHERS SET FREE. .,.. ", ." .... .. Y
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pure Philyaw Would d Not Give Posi- satisfaction. : :: sr
tive Testimony yh .t

: come to us. Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sum- ....

And the Grand Jury could not mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than
Indict the Accused Men-A
s usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding .:
Very Short and InexpensiveTerm ,,,'I' r
of Court-Cases Disposedof. the season. I
i Especial care and prompt attention .
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s 'l<'1 1 i given to the filling of The only matter of any gravityto COME. LOOK AT THESE. THEY'LL .

";. come before the grand jury em-
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'f; J.. .'' panelled for the spring term of the PLEASE YOU :
\ :. circuit court was the case of Se-
>1':. ,l bron Brown, Chas. Philips and Lawns-White, ;Figured,, and Solid. ".,,' ,,
'tj ; Wm. with "
,. Philips, charged attempt-
:a' J't '' ;;,. ing to assassinate James Phi-yaw, OrgandiesEvery stfte and'kind.DimitiesWhite .' -,.:.;
Sunday night, March 4th 1900. and ,. '7"0'- '
Figured. :.
J \\A FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET The men were given a preliminarytrial .:;.,; ; -
: before Justice G. A. Gardineron Dotted Swiss_\\.hite and Colored. :
ARTICLES ALWAYSON the 16th inst. and bound ..
1, HAND. over for the action of the grand Dotted White Lawns. ", ;
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jury. The testimony
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lished in the TELEGRAPH last week 1 .
1t; STARKE DRUG CO. and at that ,time Philyaw swore Linen LawnsBlack and Figured.' ':; ,"'X: ,s.;.* K .
oJ t' << positively that Brown did the Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. : ;:(*:><' '.. ', -
shooting and that he was accom- r
tt iiiiiiiiitt panied by Chas Philips. When : jj
Dress CrashLarge quantity, from 8c to 25c per.yd. -
the grand jury took the matter up, ,.
1)- ;- however, Philyaw wa not so posi- PercalesEvery piece a beauty. r ,
tive in his statements, and a reporter -
for the TELEGRAPH learns', '

LJ INSURANCEsJa I that being his sufficient testimony to was incriminate far from Our Prices Will Help You to

Brown and the Philipses. On points
that he had previously given positive Economize.
R. DAVIS & CO. testimony he did not care to ; ,j t
P- make direct statements, and the

STARKE' = a FLA.. jury 1 he dismissed convened the case.: af '
,. court Monday mE W.D mine co. x
I"e ,. ternoon at 2 o'clock. The grand .
jury was empaneled chargedby b
the court -and at once entered I ..,..f""i t
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upon its duties. The jury was ./ r
composed of the following well- :
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known citizens: Presh- \ (

@ @ Ovid Haynes, foreman; Andrew .. ;. w s
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M. Jackson. Benj. H Groves, to ". '--
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i ci Easter Colorings. @ E. Foxworth, W. L. Blair, Joel '
Browning, J. H. Poppell, J. J.Brool Wholesome
i @ s, B J. Alderman, H. H .
Ys Hall, A. E. Moitt, Newton Johns "". ..'1;;:... ...
'' @ We have an assorted lot of Fancy Silks in the New @ W. E. Brooks, General Bennett, -:.1'-" '). "

Easter Colorings. Excellent qualities at the lowe S. M. Carver, W. A. Bessent, G :< .' :\: '
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A Douglass.The Groceriestjaftsi -<
price of 6gc yard.
@ @ petit jury was composed as f
follows: Hiram Bennett, M. V. #
Addison, James --- .' ..'t't"', '
; @ @ Blackvvelder John C" l y ( {

,'s' @.A variety of @ Larramore C. P. Gouger J C., Byrd John, Elisha Dyal, Kite J. E. Are satisfying and nourishing '. i'' _.

Clemons, H, C. Surrency, A. M.
: @ exclusive styles, @ Andrews and Thomas Dixon. I and make life worth living. .11

S. @ @ CIVIL DOCKET. \, .'-vo"..! ''.''
to including many imported patterns, are There were several cases enteredon yOU"J.

ld @ to be found in our Millinery Department. @ the civil docket but only three WHEN :
) came to trial, the others being con- ... '
1R @ tinued. The following cases ,were coMETOTi STQHEQ. + .4
@ 'department of ;
Every @ finally disposed : GOOD :ir "
C. L. Pratt vs Win. Baacke, as- ,
,h k @ in this well known store is being filled to @ sumpsit; attachment; verdict for TO EAT $, !$taf; : 1 :! -
plaintiff, damages in the sum of ;; : I
with dependable goods goods U
overflowing ;
5 'd' @ $500 with interest at the rate of 8 .
in :. that are selected from the largest samples per cent per annum.C C. LIVINGSTON. lJ.l--1' \

@ rooms in the United States by experienced @ L. Pratt vs. Wm. Baacke, re .. '__" .._. ;t"b ,)

=r- 't / @ and tasty buyers and the prices are made @ plevin consent; damages for $1000 the possession; judgmentby of animal of another; pleaa guilty; --- air--Strong--- --. in 5tarLc.T .- ,*<.V i.|"A,";,:3

right. Here you can get anything in the @ the property and costs ot suit, the fined $5 and court costs. /; E.'Stro ng, of Oil Citq,;;Pa., ': \
@ line of up-to-date merchandise at prices as plaintiff waiving all, claims for J. M Boyd, assault with intentto is v '; ,g his family here having &?
f\ @ damages.D murder; entered plea of guiltyof bt;:'J aun.ntonsed by. the death of r'
cheap as the cheapest, and have a five per Fairchild vs S. B. Denmark aggravated assault, which was his grand child, the infant son of Jjt'J;I !

@ cent. rebate on your purchases. @ as sheriff of Bradford coun- accepted by the state; fined S 10 Dr. aud! M1'. M. Biackmarr.,._= vTL<.! ::1'
ty; verdict for defendant. and court costs. Mr. Strong V.JL i: rviurn .to.the A.! :' 1 ; ,"

o @ CRIMINAL DOCKET. The work of the court was com- North in :a few -.lays...: J"'ft&s&s&SiieBeautilul ... ; ,,), ,' ...' "
t @) The criminal docket was unxisu- pleted Tuesday afternoon ordered until and the an -!hats: -, beautiful1't'-- -\-.i\? )l tin!'. 1: ;
ally light, the following cases being '. .Tibir atibn i .
mings, : ct> > f>)iiSS; ,
fall in October. :
t quickly disposed of: This was the shortest and most hat to suitcv!! :" ladyK'iri jf ff .\1';) f '+
State vs. Ben Burk, principal, and adibihii.'_crt Mif ,S We are Making a Specialty of Matting H E. Stokes, B E. Woodcock, inexpensive has had in term several of court the In coun-fact, color COIr-CII; :tt1.R.jJt't: ....... ." :'1f."..,..t: .. .
and Adam Tison ty years. --\JaUab' ; ,
Robin Johnson Ideal ,. ... .. g ; )
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,h made the 1" 4.1; J t
e @ sureties, scire facias on criminal I the county money by ; 'i I'stf the'f. #, ',., : f .,
Window Shades I ,
and transaction. The total actual court I F 0 uS il "
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Je ; bond; conclusive showing T ;..,: ....p 2'"f'2. .." '. ,
( ) @ death of Burk, the principal, not I expenses to be paid by the county o t .UJ': r='r- : ,. .. :
of1e ( j made judgment, final and amounted to $13,70 and the fines circut'. .. : : = e .'... p' J
being '.) aA t-
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# .' @ absolute, was entered against the imposed by the court and payable lit $gbl J iiinst. '.

fS & :,l .@' J. G. ALV AR EZ. @ sureties.State vs Joe Tisdel, obtaining ate amounted the fine to and$26.20 forfeiture The state fund pay Mrs.. .,. i;,1. ,1IDt.... Wa. }.-:...'..-". ......-.\-.-.:- ..._

@ personal property !under false roll for witnesses before the grand :j '.- -. itJ...;..;,.. f'(!.
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jury and for the jury to .New :z l \

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I "',.. ? A. "There is but one small chanceto
: SITTERO sale that .is J ,
.; :' ; : OUDlishecevertP'rldayat pRICKLY! your life 'an-r" -

::}'<. : STARKE,3RAOPORDOUHTY.FLA: LIVER AND BOWELS J awfu through prospect an oprration set before, was Mrs the I. ;A'f TOItN E I-AT-LAW.

I. )c.,. : 7 I i3 TH1STS1JJ1 TO KZS8T RX7HLOGiillMlfllMMMMtMMlilMMHt Dtga.4t b Hunt, of Lime Ridge; Wis.:by omo in H""k _ui"'II."_ !:. Surke. Ku ?'
: i!. s. H UTH8WS. PaWlslNr. sad Prep r. tMM fMMMSola. her doctor after vainly] trying to -
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:, :,:.. ..:" ; cure her of a frightful case JOHN ,
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I',..".". "' -. SUBSCRIPTIONfbrerXooto -- I stomach trouble and yellow jaundice -

I ,.: : Oe.TNtr.".".".""".""""."""."" !I He didn't count on the mar I PHYSICIAN A.M SUKKEONiDISEASES
" '.. F afsltonths. ......_........................ .:0 brains. George P. Raney served We have saved many doctor bills I vellous power of Electric Bitters i j OF WOM1UT Ali OL'aTSrR1l'S.
,' -: i..! -. *................................ ..25 the bench for since we began using Chamberlain's liver troubles I
: on supreme years I I to cure stomach and SPECK LTT.
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; to resign when advancing Cough Remedy in our horn- Weep betties
$: .x only i but she heard of it.'looksevcn OD.cw with the Starke Dm*C*. ,
;, ;' ,", ;,",' Petered in tbrPortoffice at Starke.FH ,.. 8cMatter. years reminded him that be should' k,- a bottle oren,all the time and I j was wholly cured, avoided thesurgeon's STAUKE. FLA.

2 ..'.A, )n4cIa.. provide well for his family while whenever any'of ray family or myself I knife, now weighs more<< I

h"rl the opportunity was at hand. He begin'to catch cold we beginto and feels better than ever. It fc is r.t

Starke. PI a.. Mcli. 30. IOOO.mi accordingly l became general counsel use the Cough Remedy. and as I I positively guaranteed to cure stom-! 'rHOS:. E/BUGG m f

._ for the F. C & railway at a a result we never have to send I ach, liver and kidney troub'es and
----- salary five times greater than he away for a doctor and incur larger never disappoints Price, SOC at ATTURNEYATLAW.r

The democracy of Escambia received trom the state. Eminent 'octor bill, for Chamberlain's II J L Gaskins' drug store. Comer Cherr and Jacksoo Sort-t., Starke >

r- county! has organized a Mays l lawyers have steadfastly declined! Cough Remedy never fails to cure -. -- 4

5 ,} club, which will work for the nomination positions of this character becausethe It is certainly a medicine of great It a woman is lair,that doesn't J.T. TTItLSI' A. \ LOSG."IWfcS .

emoluments of merit and worthD.. S. MEARKLE. from unfair at .
of Jefferson's distinguished: I genera practice prevent her being I \, .; LONG,
eclipsed the glory that attaches to general merchant and farmer, times. :

son. the judicial ermine'e' do not v attie, Bedford .county, Pa.lor DeFluent, I: ; ATTOUNEV.SATLAW.Office .
1 -- pretend to say that able lawyers sale by J. L Gaskins. A. R. editor of the
'r reproduces to- have not served the tate The Journal, Doylestown, Ohio, silfier- !in Prt"ko* Luildinr. hi rkr. FIaT y;

.S.' ; t day from the Palatka Times.Herald position we take is that offers from If troubled with rheumatism' ed for a number of years from

S a strong editorial endorsement of this source are rare. Hon. James give Chamberlain's Pain Balm anal rheumatism in his right shoulderand H. COLSON, M. D.,

M }' the candidacy of Hon. J. T. Wiles' I*. Wills, of Bradford county, 1S a It will not cost you a cent side. He says: "My rightarm -- '

for thcoffice of attorney-general candidate for attorney-general, and if it does no good. One application at times was entirely useless.I PHYSICIAN AND trIUJ"O: : "

his ability as a practitioner and will relieve the pain. It also tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, I STAHKE FLA.
Palatka has three excellent
very I worth as a citizen suggest the cures sprains and bruises in one- and was surprised receive relict t
S newspapers and all three are heartily : thought that begins this article. th1rrlthe time required by other almost immediately. The Pain O !3t in G'ti-kius" Drug 8 lure.

.t supporting Mr. Wills... Asa member of the legislature treatment, cuts, burns, frostbites, Balm has been a .constant companion ....

-, -' ....... Mr Wits was chairman of' the quinsey I pains in the side and of mine ever since and it never DM., GOn 5-5 TO. ,

,. .-5-c The democratic forces will,, meet judiciarv committee a committee chest, glandular and other swell fails." For sale by ,J. L. Gaskins. -

in Jacksonville Tuesday: June 19th, noted for the character of the men ings are quickly cured by applying ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW.
it. bottle warranteed. Time is caught by the tail more
that Mr. Every
the state executive committee composed it Raney. 25 COMMEBCIAL PRACTICK A SPECIALTY.SIAKKE. .
former chief justice the supreme and So cents. For sale by J. L frequently than: by the forelock. Lb
r having called the convention for .
court, was a member In point uf ._ ._
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that date. The wisdom, of the there desirable offices Frightful
wi r x sa'ary are more LEGAL NOTICES.Administrator's .
/ I+ committee in naming Jacksonville than that of attorneygeneral.but It is said that truth lies at the Will often cause a homble burn, """- ......, ....- --- ------
the field is who bottom of a well. That's the scald cut bruise. Bucklen'5
as the place for holding the convention invitmg to one why or Not ire.NOTICE .

: ', is generally conceded. I loves his state, and combines with lawyer pumps the witness. Arnica iaive: the best in the ""
very -
.. this virtue the ability: to serve his world, will kill the pain and quickly : is hereby rivrathat an t*nioa i.- &-
>w 'J to the estate Of 8. P.Crew lrce* s srd
x l'' Some of the novices people well] Mr. Wills possesses Seeds. heal it. Cures old sores, fever late Of Bradford t.- lIDIJ'.will pr the &*UM-

: mercenary these quaiiti s in the truest sense. Biliousness and constipation are sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns, 10 the* having aixJerfiign-d claims without agatort delay said:estate std aQ must person z, .,
with whom the business
,_ newspaper His reputation as a lawyer is well I seeds out of which spring manyotthe all skin eruptions. Best pile cure present them, duty tuhenucau-d. within TWO tyear.
1 this nufce will be bar lot ih
: : of Florida is just now afflicted esta .lishcd. and bis .ambition in serious diseases that afflict the on earth. Only 2SC a box.. C reguarantet.d. : -pdin CREWS. trretwery
::: seem disposed to complain because his particular is a worthy one. human body. Sound judgment Sold by J. L. Gaskins.Don't March 16.1900. AdD D $traUII'.

f.:: ;:' candidates for state offices hive Florida would be vastly benefitted would demand the immediate removal .

the of of this condition before it without things Notice for Publication.
l'. .. : overlooked the matter ef sending by services such a citizen. go you
Guided by Mr. Wills' strength of develops something'more trouble need in older to get things joudon't Lase OFTICE ATNOTICE Gtxtsnt.ra. Fu..
2'. ; them an announcement, accompa- mind the business: of the attorney some and difficult to cure. Pr ckly want. )1..b 1', 191.0. e

t;.; ;-. nied by a fee Such a custom has general's office would be conductedwith : Ash Bitters is a reliable cure for la aet.t h-T'by'r has gfren filed that notice for of foiotviag-hill, intention -
not obtained in Florida and pro- : fairness and intelligence;) and constipation and disorders of simi Lingering La Grippe Cough.G. to make final prodire support of bia claim i
.. sold that aid pro.r will he made before Begister.
baby never will the Times-Herald cordially en- lar character. It not only thoroughly Vacher, 157 Osgood street, rod Rec-i"er at tiaiti **nie.FkrM4 on

A r ,. dorses him for the p'ace. At the empties and purifies the bowels, Chicago, says: "My wife had a APRIL fIST, WOO ; ;

i. ; Starke needs some manufacturing proper time we trust that the but strengthens the bowel channels very seven case of la grippe, andit .Jxvtt.-Is:Daniel for the R N F.f'.mt.f KJf of Sec.La t.Tp.wtey.6 S.Florida.. Range Hd.2S C"

vote s of Putnam county wil, consider and regulates the liver and left her with a very bad cough. Eatt.He. .
\ :'Y enterprises to give emp'or. )- : well his excellent qua ifica- stomach, hence it performs a radical She tried a bott eof FoieyVHoncy omti.name uoui!, th.rt-fcidenca following upon witness and. cultivation to prove his off x..

,:: Y1 J \,.. t ment to the young men who find tions and honor him as he deserves cure. Sold by Starke Drug and Tar and it gave immediate re A>11aod.."A. LrhmcVs yfz: Cnas.. S. HilL' Wm. Conway six-

t'-.i 'l"'. -' w..... it necessary to leave, .home_ 'when to be. Company. lief. A"soc bottle cured her cough 3r.,and Win. Lemacks,all W'of. G.Lawt ROtn y" FWMa.SQS.

,', the 'prob'em of malting a Hyk-g na sk entirely. Price 2SC. ana SQC. J. .IS 5 -Kt4r. "
& ', You when you L. Gaskins. I
/ them face' face If
meets to
: we Over-Work Weakens buy Chamberlain's < olio, Cholera smati Notice.
,j, "- cannot get something big lets no* and Diarrhoea Rem edy. J. I To mend oles in plastering :-
Your Kidneys. onder! D d. a&dgnee of J, F. P. Me-
-; ;. about ior small e< terpris th Gaskins will refund your money i if use one part planter ot pans THE }'.fnr ornflt of t-reditom,beveny,1vesnotice
and three parts tine sand mix with that hiving made float IItatemea& of all
; might be established and successfully Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. vou are not satisfied after using it ; matters penamufr to nwh prwittou. will after :
It is everywhere admitted to be cold water and apply with a small thing dars pl.bli i-ation hereof in the-BUDPOaoCol'
operated here : TIQ.CCK4PH. a newpap"r pubt.< !,rd in
All the blood In knife.
body passes
; ., your through the most successful remedy in use arke.Bradford Crony Florida apply to the
your kidneys once every three minutes. Jud/ceof th 4ti j-idicial circuit of rlorida lor
for bnwei and the oni
R, It is regretable<< that any of our The kidneys are your complaints ) The Best Salve In the World. letters of discLarge as such nf'KTnc. .
blood purifiers they filter one that never fails. It is pleas .. W.W. 8APP.
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Is Banner Salve. It is made.. 3-16-3X1 ,
editorial brethren should: feel<< called t J out the waste or ant, safe and reliab.e.: .AS8ijnee etc

upon t" assail HIlI Frank Clark, Impurities in the blood.If from a prescription by a worldwide
\ fe they are sick or out think known skin specialist and is Notice for Publication.
Probably people
of Duval The democratic you
county. of order,they fail to do
\ "mfr foolish think positively the most healing salve LAJI O..ICK..T GAiatrriLtx.FLA-. '
are as as theyare.
their work. you
\ has need for men of the larch Ul''OO.rOTICE ..
: &' Palns.achesandrhmahsm tor piles, burns, scalds, ulcers, run ,- is h-reby given that the rollowingtuweo.edler
I ; : Clark StampHe; would' be a cred come from excess ning sores and all skin diseases. ..."- fen filed notice of hU intealion -- '

it to the state in any position. It of uric acid in the I A Night of Terror. J. L Gaskins. and that to make said final proof proof will be in made aupport before of his Register claiii.
i ---- blood due to neglected S and Receiver at Gainesville.Florida,oa
S J is, of course, genera ly agreed that kidney trouble. I "Awful anxiety was felt for the Remember that bran and starch APRIL 21ST. 1900. '

: ?a r"ili: he has entered the congressional Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady widow of the brave General Burn- make the skin soft and white, and viz: Alfred A. L-macks.of Lawt.,. Florida.Hd.
"1 heart beats, and makes one feel as though ::8? \ 'l.' ,... ,. '.
:.:: 'j/ ', th ;. furnishes no ground over-working in'pumping thick kidney- doctdrs said she could not I live till salt make the body strong and continuous names rariiiencnapdsi the lollowing witne-wes and cultivation to prove of Mid his
!" 'j;..> upon poisoned blood through veins and arteries. morning;' writes Mrs S H Lincoln the flesh firm. land viz; 11:B Edwards, Chaa.: HIM. Wm.
.. c }wh' h he be It used be t'ouway.8r..and Wm. Letnacks.
; : can reasonably as to considered that only urinary -- -- an of Lawtey.. i
& who attended her that fearful Florida. W. G. BOBL '
.; troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, I A Monster Devil Fish Off.
.. ... 'su':_ .1 All she HjMt' Begiater.
t ( .. .. but now modern science proves that nearlyall night. thought must soon _
::)z SSI:.,.. ,: ::' .. -- constitutional diseases: have their begin- die from pneumonia but she begged Destroying its victim, is a type of Administrator's Notice.

.;.. ;, k\ The TELEGRAPH regrets as much ning in kidney trouble.If for Dr. King's New Discovery, .. constipation. The power of this
\. -'q-. '$ you are sick you can make no mistakeby "'T OTICE is
'. '"as ar-ybody the town's inability first saying it had more than once saVt d murderous malady is felt on organs 1 debted herebyriven that all pe OII.1n-
doctoring your kidneys. The mild to the estate of Benjamin Kite deceased -
\ Ir;: .. : "":Jto furnish adequate lighting facilities I Ir and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's I her life and had cured her of con- and nerves and muscles and brain. name to. the late undersigned of Bradford county will 'Dy the

, for the streets but the editor Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is sumption. After three small doses There is no health till it is over persons having daiqM against without said delay estate; and must all I
K. soon realized. It stands the highest for its she slept] easily all night, and its come. But Dr. King's New Life present themdrily authenticated.within two i
the TELEGRAPH under I wonderful cures of the most distressing cases years orthia notice will be plead in barof theirrecovery.
fully further use completely cured her. Pills are a safe and certain cure. _
-- stands and appreciates the conditions and is sold on its This marvellous medicine is Best in the world for stomach liver HFSTER .
'I''of. :?t by all druggists merits. guar D.M. GOR TO.
t. !':. f by which the council is hedged cent and ... anteed to cure all throat, chest and kidneys and bowels. Only 2c March 23. 1900. Admb1i tratorL

I' about, as very other tax es. You may a lung diseases Only soc and $i. at J. L. Gaskins' drug store.
{ payer sample bottle by mail uol8 wiop-oo Trial bottles free at J. L. Gaskins': Notice of Dissolution.
i understands; them free also pamphlet telling how to find
appreciates you .. Onions, garlic, leeks, olives, shal-
\ ,. '.:1. and it has .10 inclination to tear itsshirt out Mention if you this have paper kidney when or writing bladder Dr.trouble.Kilmer Brains is the lawyer's stock in lots stimulate the circulation, increase 'VOTICSIs 1" b-retofore hereby given existing that the between copartner1 E. L.-
.t: ,
\ : & Co. he sells them the saliva and Ft. WarL M. D..and R. P_i Smith. ". tns R...<.._
\l .. about an unfortunate condo Binghamton, N. Y. trade and by the gastric -juicesand under the firm'tamear.dU'J: t'Tbet; _
.... ---- case. promote digestion. Drug Company, baa this day bren dissolved by
? ,1 tiop that the co-jhcU- ; ;
of I il more
\ ,. .. consent E. L Stewart having sold bis
1. responsible for than I h-re It is very hard to stand idly by interest in said business to B. P.Smith.who will
.. ..; _' a pcrcentrgc : and see our dear ones suffer while Rev. VV. E. Sitzer. W. Canton, doing Down Hill. continue the firm.the business,assamiLg all liabOitfe* of .

,'" -. ,' '( if I .ic citizens of r'1. OW -i. .twaiting the arrival of the doctor NY., wri'es, "I had dyspepsiaover People suffering from kidney i E.L.STEWART.D.

l?'J-J; ."and whifcii! n-i:.>t be jointly 1 bonneuntil An Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called<< twenty years, and tried doc diseases feel a gradual but steady Starke.Fla..March a.B 18001 SMITH..

- I..... \ time rdiuves it When the \t a drug store there for a doctorto tors and medicines without benefit.I los of vitality. They should loseno 323ltSkin 1

(t4. .>::;':-tgivt3's: 5n.fCCS will again admit come and see his child, then I persuaded to use Kodol time in trying Fclev's Kidney -

':'"' ". of expendit Jlg for public! very sick with croup. Not find- Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me Cure. It is guaranteed. J. L.
improvementvtbey ing the doctor in, he ieft word for from the start. I believe it to be a Gaskins. Diseases.

"'t ,; will be made, and no him to come at once on his return. for all forms of indigestion
4 panacea -
--.t._ !,; mastnt_ ?-r nl. .sen e le s''., babble. .,. will' He also bought a bottle cf e'ambeIain's I It digests what you eat. J. For the speedy! and permanent cnre of

:R ": _'- ... -16.' .'>na,ong..M Cough Remedy, which he L Gaskins. FERRYSSEEDS : tetter, salt rheum and eczema Cham
r. berlain's ,Eye and ,Skin, Ointment
,," > j-1 t hoped would give some relief un- Is
without an equal. It relieves
PIjV=aB1YE1iAL. til the doctor should arrive. In a J. L. Gaskins guarantees every and smarting almost the itching -
instantly and
.. ybody I-'o.{'-T*>'- S few hours he returned, saying the bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough its continued use effects a permanent

,' iys pleased":;*.jvMutation doctor need not come, as the child Remedy and will refund the money cnre. It also cures itch, barber's itch,

4 an- was much better. The druggist, to any one who is not satisfied af- Thoua.odaofgardea' scald head, BOre nipples, itching piles, .7 a
famine +
our stfe\ high Mr. Otto Scholz. says the family ter using two-thirds of the contents. .ftr"ixlrDendon) fear and Ferry'sSeedt nevn suffer chapped granulated. hands lids., chronic sore eyes and r

.1. )'O buy or notJigfbe pFARMER has since recommended Chamber- This is the best remedy in the world .J Jtoappointmeat. Cheap eabed. -.
.. r L JTividual are lain's Cough Remedy to their for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup f-J 1&&ac.brfDg pays to p.y lava,a not IIU1e paying CI'OpL. J,Dr. Cftdltl_ Powders for
ti- ??ci.1 >y alone neighbors and friends until he hasa and whooping cough and is pleasant 'I erywber.P.aatryassne. F7vecrmtaperpap.r I JQO for horses are the best tonic blood purifier

,,.: 4 MrIbes. islorida constant demand tor it from and safe to take. It preventsany 1 alwayetkeliee,19oDeeMAonw.lfree aDd always .. mndrermiftige. Price 25cents. Soldby
;' _1' has that part of the country. For sale tendency of a cold to result in :{ .. M..fUII i ca., ItT1011..Iii. r
\for' its by.J, L. Gaskins. .
prices pneumonia. 4--
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the'Principal. Ooes to the ... The "Open Door".Plan as Regards . .. '" :. : .-?}

LEAVES TRACKBad Pen For Five Years and Is China Is Successfully IT )
to Pay Heavy Fine., Initiated. : ..

The confessed conspirators who Secretary of State Hay submitted to ,.. rit:

pleaded guilty the past week in the congress Tuesday the correspondence .

{, Wreck on tha Atlanta and United States court at Savannah, were Made Startling Declaration In had with the governments of Great House Passes}Porto RicarAppropriation _

sentenced by Judge Speer Friday. The Britain, France, Germany, Russia, ,
West Point Railroad. sentences were as follows: Open Court at Frankfort. Italy and Japan respecting the main- Measurer J;

Daniel A. Tyson, five years in the tenance of an "open door" in China. a ..- ;
The correspondence extended from
EXPRESS MESSENGER etate prison at Nashville, Tenn., and September 6th last to the 20th instant, PRESIDENT SIGNS THE
to pay a fine of $1,000 and costs of FOR the last date making the successful \ i .

prosecution.W. completion of the undertaking.On .t .
E. Hutchinson, Morris W. Hut- September 6th the state depart-
Fifteen Passengers Were More chinson and J..H Hntchin son,eighteen Culton Is ment addressed to our ambassadors at People of the islands Will. Have' .
Alleged to Have Made
Or Less Seriously InjuredIn months each in the state prison at London, Berlin and St. Petersburg Benefit of. Customs Receipts
Nashville and a fine of $100 each.J. Sensational Confession copies of a "formal declaration, setting Collected ''

Smash-up. S. Wheeler, Jr., twelve months Which Is Witheld. out the desires of our government in I iPrwto

in Chatham county jail and $100 fine. the matter of the 'open door.," Italy

H. B. Watts and C. J. Phillips andJ. and Japan were similarly addressed Riean affairs engaged the at-
Train No. 35, the Atlanta and West T. Hammond, six months in jail about a month later. :'
tention of the house
There Saturday, the
were some startling develop- ;
Point fast mail, which left Atlanta, and $100 fine each. While the "formal declarations"sent '
ments in the Goebel assassination at conference report on the relief bill being 'i .
Ga., Monday J. M. Harrell and T. L. Ricks, four to the ambassadors were similar, .
morning at 5:25 o'clockfor I
months in jail and $100 fine each. Frankfort Tuesday. W. H. Culton, yet each of the officers adopted a different taken up with an agreement :for A :
Montgomery, Ala., was derailed The courtroom was crowded when who waved examination and was held phraseology in addressing final vote at 1 o'clock. '\
eight miles south of West Point shortly court opened. The themselves the -
prisoners were over to the circuit court, went to to governments to After a brief and spirited debate ::
before 10 o'clock and one man- carried into the room fully half an which they are accredited, the domi- '
the hotel where he in the last congressional step was taken ; ;:
Capitol was
Reuben J. Oslin Atlanta hour before Judge Speer arrived. nant note being best set forth perhapsin ?"' .
express messenger ftlany of them were joined by their conference with the attorneys for the :Ambassador Choate's note to the in completing the relief bill by agreeing ;i-;

-was instantly killed, while I wives and families. Wheeler's wife prosecution for over two hours. He British government. to conference report, by a vote T-

fifteen were more or less injured. I was on hand, and so was Harrell's. was accompanied by his brother-in- After reciting the importance to both of 135 to 87. = r
The train which moves on one of the Tyson had his wife and child with him law, E. E. Hogg, who is also his attor- governments of the matter and the The to Q-t
bill turns the .
over president,
Cnlton was reported to
and all of them shed ney.
fastest schedules copious tears. president's understanding that the
was drawn by one of The wive and children had the deep- made a confession, but later it devel- British settled policy is freedom of for the use of Porto Rico, about ;;;
the immense locomotives\ the Atlanta oped that the information gained was $2,1)00,000 of customs 'receipts collected '_ :
est in
sympathy of the audience. They trade China for all the world alike,
and West Point is now using and had were suffering for the deeds of their not as sweeping as thought. His though conceding certain spheres of on Porto Rican goods up to tW

just crossed the Ossanippa creek when fathers and husbands. Judge Speer, friends admit that he gave the prose- influence by formal treaties with Ger- January 1st last, and such amounts as iij.

for some cause the engine left the however, determined not to have a cution such information as he had and many and Russia, Ambassador Choate may hereafter accrue until otherwise 14
track while it in the which had heretofore not come out. provided by law. The debate lasted f :
was making a speed of scene courthouse during the points out to Lord Salisbury that main-
forty miles an hour. The engine was time the sentence was being passed.A Henry E. Youtsey, Republican Audi- tenance of this policy is alike urgently but an hour; but in' this time the :;
handled few tor Sweeny's clerk, was arrested at demanded whole range of Porto Rico legislation ;
t being by John McWaters, of minutes after 10 o'clock a deputy by the commercial communities -
Atlanta United noon and locked up in jail charged of nations order was discussed.Mr. f,
( one of the oldest and most States marshal came into our two in to '
competent men on the road, and to his the room and invited all the women with being an accessory to the assassi improve existing conditions and en- McEaa of Arkansas, a member ::
fearlessness and and children nation. He is a half brother of Hon. ; able extension of of the conference committee, severely
ability is due the fact to accompany him to one .their future opera-
that more deaths were not quickly I of the small rooms at the end of the L. J. Crawford, a prominent Republican tions. criticised the general course of recent
of Newport, and detectives arrest- legislation toward Porto Rico, and
in which corridor distance
wrought the same instant some removed from .
PL.1'0 PAY
the courtroom. The ladies filed out ed him as the man with the black TEACHERS. Messrs. Pierce, of Tennessee; Wilson,
Ostn. mustache whom Golden mentioned as of South Carolina; Cochran. of Mis
red-eyed and weeping. Tyson seemed Attorney' General Terrell of Georgia Dodder
being given the key to Caleb Power's souri; Cox, of Tennessee; Williams, of
The track affected than
: just over the creek has more deeply any one of Upon Entirely New Method.
been under water more or less for the other prisoners at parting with the office. Youtsey complained the prose The teachers in the common schoolsof Illinois; Ridgely, of Kansas;Levy, of .
cution had broken faith in arrestinghim New York and of South Caro-
some time past and the accident may members of his family. Georgia, under a decision renderedby
' and it is said he is to lina also the
ready opposed report..
hare been due to a defective condition The attorneys made short speeches Attorney General Terrell, will get
make public statement for which the Several of the made refer-
caused by that. But the impression appealing for mercy in behalf of their a their salaries this year on time. Pay- speakers
is not anxious at this to > that the
obtaining among the railroad men is clients. Then several of the defend- prosecution ments will be made from the state ences a report -,
: that an invisible flaw in one of the ants addressed the court. time. treasury for the two spring months of Porto Rico tariff bill was designed to -

: trucks under one of the cars caused Tyson was the last speaker and he POWERS HELD FOR TBIAL. the school term, though it looked fora secure a campaign fund.
At Tuesday's session of the examin- At 1 o'clock a yea and nay vote was
tit the derailment. addressed the court at some length. time as if only the salaries for one
He said be did ing trial of the Republican secretary of taken on the report, and it WAS agreed ?.
When Engineer McWaters pulled off not intend any wrong, month could be paid on time. I '
the bridge over the creek he openedthe and asked the judge to be as light as state, Caleb Powers, the courtroomwas The decision of the attorney general : to-yeas 135; nays 87; present. and a ?

throttle to pick up his speed. The I'I possible with him and he would promise cleared of all persons except at- has pointed a new and, so far as precedent not voting, 20. '
This the and it
great locomotive responded to the motion I. not to do wrong any more. If he torneys, newspaper representativesand is concerned, a unique way for completed measure
of the lever, and was just begin- had not been prosecuted Tyson assur- court officers. The defense an- the state to meet its obligation to the I was immediately sent to the president.'v
oing to settle for quick work when ed the court he would; have paid np all nounced they would introduce no testimony teachers. Ho has held that the bond- The vote was on party lines except ,

McWatfrs felt that bumping which a his debts by the operation of a new and tendering Governor Taylor's ed debt fund of the state may be applied that a number of Democrats and'Inde: k
trained engineer knows doesn't come telephone line to Savannah he was pardon of Powers, asked that the defendant to the payment of interest as pendents voted with the Republicans ;

from the rails. By it he knew that building. He closed by saying that be dismissed upon tne evi well as principal on the debt. The for the.report, viz: Bell, of Colorado; tL ,.

his engine bad left the track and almost he had a wife and child, two sisters dence. The commonwealth disputed public debt fund now in the treasury Chanler, New York; Cochran, of :Mis-
Taylor's right and the court overruled consists of souri; Cummings, of New York; Davenport ;
with that knowledge instantly appliedhis and a brother dependent upon him the proceeds from the sale
brakes.It and he asked, in the name of the the motion. Bail was asked for. Judge of state property, such as the old cap- (Stanley) of Pennsylvania; J,.

was all done on the tick of a Lord, that the judge bo merciful. Moore said: itol building and the Okefenokee Davey, of Louisiana; Devries, of California ?,- )4'

a, watch, but before the ponderous machine Judge Speer, after a few remarks "It is not my belief that Powers swamp, and this fund has been bankedup ; Meekison, of Ohio; Newlands, .' $
e' could be stopped the tender had expressing regret at the duty he had. fired the shot which killed Governor in the treasury and kept out of of Nevada; Scudder, of New :York;

torn itself loose from the engine and to perform, passed sentence as stated. : Goebel, but from the evidence, I circulation.The Shafrotb of Colorado; Thayer, of .
buried its nose deep in the ground it is my opinion that he was con- sum of $175,000 will be due as Massachusetts; Wilson, of Idaho, and

while the rear end went high up in I WILL FORCE HOUSE BILL nected with the conspiracy to kill interest on the public debt on July Wilson, of South Carolina. *#
I him. I shall, therefore, order The bill was signed by the president
the air. The engine moved on a few 1st and the sum to pay this interest is
feet and then settled itself squarely Tariff Feature of Porto Rican Measure to i iI that he be held over without bail now being held in the treasury. Gov- at 4:30: Saturday afternoon t

across the track, successfully blockingthe Be Made Seperate Imue. I I to the Franklin county grand jury ernor Candler has suggested and At- I .

road. The Republican caucus committeeof I that the case" may be further in- torney General Terrell has sustained i BOTH WERE LYNCRED.N

Tbemail car snapped the coupler vestigated. him on the point that the $175,000 dueas _
between it and the tender and with the senate at a meeting Friday authorized Culton's counsel announced that interest can be'paid out of the $325- '

the baggage CPT tumbled down the Senator Foraker, in definite Culton waived his examination trial 000 in accordance with law and the White Mob Take Charge of Negro .1. i .;

terms to the of the and by agreement of the attorneys he $1 i5OOO which intended to be "
embankment, going over and over in propose separation I was While Colored Continent Attend .tt ;
its descent. The combination car, the tariff feature from the Porto Rican will remain at home with his sick wife used as payment of the interest due in ; ".

first coach in which there were passengers governmental bill and to attemptto under private guard. Captain John July can be used in the payment of i to White Prisoner .:' t.Y,: 1i 4 4A

turned upon its side, mixipg pass the house tariff bill without I I Davis also waived examination and I teachers in the common schools. i special from Richmond. '''. : s..p: : .:

/t those within in a confused beep, injuring amendment. The program is to vote wan admitted to bail in the sum of I The principle is an entirely new one Cotton the t'i. the :B I .
: negro, am1white : .iy, : ;
He locked for the
quite a number. The passenger down all amendments if possible to do 5000. was up night. I as advanced by the governor and attorney 'il' I
a The Democratic militia will be retained man, who muni '!";:" "Ind :, .: :
and the bill it is from general and it that the "
coach, left the track with its front so, pass as came I means '.. ,
trucks but did not slide down the em- the house without any changes what- I in Frankfort until after the circuit -; teachers will get their money at the I and Walton in Grr- '-v7ttn:I M'k'..'-. .

bankment, while the Pullman remained I I court, which begins Monday, and I same time they did last year. Thursday, were bo': ''l:('':e-il\. "'.' ;::.:" I b
alone intact upon the roadbed. I ever.The committee went over the situation -I at which Secretary Powers and others small torn that ,./;:: '. 1
to be tried.LYXCHIXG. I OLITIER'S mEAT FEAT. poria, a !n t :; t.
I are
The coaches all well filled and in detail concerning all the pointsat I
were I _. __- I Saturday about oocn.; ...... .ltJ..., I
in a short time people began pouring ''I' issue. There were suggestions as I I IS :MARYLAND. I Wily Boer Commandant Eludes Roberts' The negro. was -5 her1 by n. r.,.'i ',< i.",1..t, i' :;i

from them down the embankment, to the necessity of amending the bill I II I After Being Virtually Trapped. I white CI.t'1,, ._, I'., .''' tl
Home calling for help, others too badly I so as to suit the demands of the Republican I'I'I I' Negro Charged With the Usual Crime Is Advices of Tuesday from London The white men wus lit chloJ by a ; <1 (:,:
to do but I free trade element, but these I ''I .. 4 i ;
frightened anything limp I Swung Up Uya Mob. state that the Boers are having a little' mob of negroeE .. .; tc..r: I f
aTfly from the broken cars. I were considered as more than offset by ,I Lewis Harris, the negro who was good luck and are showing some bold- i The bodies cf lJ\th r.>enCY'. strung ;.

A hurried investigation was made I. the situation in the house and neces- I I arrested at Belair, Mil., a few days ago ness again as a raiding party estimated np to trees and hei. shot t' ':;aca1y :: ... :; ,

and willing hands hurriedly removed I, sity of maintaining the party tariff i charged with a criminal assault non at 400 is believed by the British I the mobs. TU6Cvn, gre-.. ...tc\ oyez ., ,4 h f-

those who were unable to help themselves principle. I I Miss Anne Mcllvain, was taken from forces at Warrenton to have crossed the the avenging'f tho dastK-uiy crirc?*.. :! ";; {lJ k[ ;

to places of better rest.: An in I There was, however, a disposition i I the jail Monday night and lynched, I Kimberley-Bloemfontein wagon road of the negro und Thite m- > :-,il ':w.--"J''" '
ventoryFhowed that only rjpe person manifested to placate the free traders I I after a brief struggle between the Monday and have headed for Ja- Cotton coit'',='? to kir! .. 3'JvArilt. Ad

Lad been killed, but to the eyes of I by making various amendments to the sheriff and the mob, in which two men cobsdal, with the intention of cut- men since his *-?'-.->iit f.-ota' Port$'lij:- =j' -.m'f .'. ; !

those who were about, the conditionof I governmental bill. The tariff advo- I were slightly wounded. ting the railway tea miles west. mouth jti a!,,,,. ".H weeks. :.';' in whi ..;:;,: '
the wounded was uncertain.A I cates have gone so far as to draft ; Commandant Olivier appears to have he was ("rl"u),'.; !'!itlII:! ?Tel: i '; r:
wrecking train was hurriedly and amendments to that measure which I RESULT OF tiOEDEL: TROUBLE. got his 5,000 men and twenty miles of a deathrt! :. i w:or men'u' 't.t. .i.,.,J !

quickly made up and with physicians are intended both to correct adminis. wagons into rugged country, where he The c.u.I.' : '. E:npOUAo. ,il. 'ltt10irl. 't> ;100'ai'..,... .r ;
vent to the of the accident. irative defects in the house bill and I L. & N. Railroad Shop Itring Removed : _ae { I ft
scene can make an easy rear guard defense. i i dignftt-o iiiCftiiL-g. Sniurd.! .: 'g :::
This is the. identical place where a .I also to meet many of the objections to 1 From Kentucky. Charles Williams, the military expert, and ,\tt!}... :c.i the ,...lth\- e ,.,':.' a." r.
wreck occurred about four or five :I the house tariff measure. The work of tearing down the Louisville says: :,I.tro'.'-. '. :iiici. Far sent by :">',fir' of ',, 4G' "i
$: :c years ago, when several cars fell in i One of these amendments looks to and Nashville machine shops at "If this column gets through substantially |': '--'.'r.111e it ..roteot tiie; :r ti
: >>, Ossanippi creek and killed and injured the enlargement of the- free trade list Bowling Green, Ky., was commenced Commandant Oliver will I:j, et J whIte i mad fror nmiiiary Jhf 4't .

\ ) a great many people. I so as to include most of the articles of Tuesday, preparatory to removingthem have carried out the great feat of the I I ; '::: 11t. The rpcf'r iras the/ I1'h .;tIo" 1

A singular coincidence is that in I export in which the constituents of the to Paris, Tenn. The of the monthlypay I I war, seeing that he ran every chance !': .Ir ; r.l :!r are: troops: iu9tbef6re"npoblf i e:t) .

both wrecks the engine and sleepingcar free trade senators are interested. I roll to the employes com- : of being ground between the upper',,, -" ', iu a f"-.f.,t.lU.>is after;; their i tt ...,. tiT. fJ,
remained on the tracks while all There is also one looking to the re- pany is about $30,000. The removal i mill/tone of Lord Roberta' army nn.i ,, '.': tare tfaa nu\ >t:&5 W?!a organizedJwdjaadCrOruTy ... "
others were thrown over the embank- moval of the duty on articles from the :'I'' is! said to be due to the Goebel trouble the nether millstone of the broke- ,,+...T.i'O werejakep fr. "'.:: i
ment. United States going to Porto Rico. I i in Kentucky. I Basuto frontier." .i. jail antI q'aickly lJ.nheii"; ="' w i :a' l lt


I I ..
I Situation In Kentucky By I -:- .,; ii, "I. {ifi .
Election I* Called For May 15th To Determine Sta-; ,, Age Ili .
j I Charter Hare Been Granted For a Number Delegation of Taylor' Friend. Georgia Secretary of <>\>e:l"reuyue i It I. + That RaJI \: :
With of the People. cf New Factories. I :E h"og AI&b". ,, K }....
Colonel Andrew Cowan, a merchantof County the Owner of S3OOO At.c. ".. Y or ''
At held in Atlanta, Ga. Them& intereli i t<
a Meeting:: ,
f I. ..
During the past few days charters Louisville Ky. Samuel J. Roberts, -5 :
; The 25,000 acres of !and over srbich '
afternoon the board of Waslil .
Tuesday county In OS'IIIal'. Y t> ,
have been issued for 8100,000.cotton I editor of the Lexington Leader, and Charlton and Wayne counties iu Geor- tb s(: .., :.t
commissioners in accord with the CJ' .
; pre lieutenant en.try : tbe--c ; ,r. .. .:;r.frailro
John Marshall, Republican have been fighting dariag the if 9'
gia 3F
sentments of the grand jury, decided mills at Corsicana and Henderson, a !1. tT
of the state, all prominent of the "."", r"" ,,, "'_. 4 _
\. to hold ah election on May 15th to determine Texas. Contracts for machinery have governor greater part present century .Sou &010 .. '.. -.
; f:J tt thewish of the people of the been let for a $50,000 cotton mill at Republicans and friends of Governor have been declared by Secretary of ,e 0, (. gh\- ...:{f! !. ...,' >
tl,-' in to Wharton and $50,000 oil mill at Cor- Taylor, had an interview with Presi- State Philip Cook to belong to the -. 'i;, .... 11' '.l'-' ...- .'"
county regard establishing a ret' a l i _-......, ; ), ""
the situation .
eM f
dent McKinley Friday on of Wayne. Under the act of 'tI ; r.
format in the Gate City for youthful eicana. Seventy thousand' dollars of f .
ry '.. : '- ,, ; "'
said their sole .0 :6'4_ ;
: criminals.' the capital :stock for a $100,900 cotton in Kentucky. They thelast legislature the decision of the 8leen. Wflfl. .
; mission was to explain the exact situation secretary of state is final,.bnt. at the <..... h.
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c. I 8TABKE,,FLA.'FRIDAY Alleged Assassins of William Speech Made On Floor of .

.> MARCH' 30, 1900. - - Y
Goebel Placed On Trial Quarantine May Came Trouble.A Democrat Will Meet In Jacksonv111e. House By Illinois Man

i '. One good feature. of the coming Washington dispatch says: The It has been decided that the convention '.
of the state Democracy will beheld
marine hospital officials confident '
":'-: year ia that we. shall hare said goodby GREAT LEGAL BATTLE STARTS OFFI there need be no serious trouble grow- in Jacksonville on Tuesday, June WAS VIRTUALLY A CflALLENfiE )

to the expression, fin de siecle. Democratic state executive ,
ing out of the decision of the Florida 19, and the '

state board of health to maintain an committee will meet on the night of
Under .
-'P the Chicago young and the Secretary of State, unless called Army Appropriation Bill War .
r )man Caleb Power the First indedendent system of inspection and June' 18 in Jacksonville,

Fort Wingate, N.. M., man who were Put Up-Varlont Witness quarantine of vessels arriving from together sooner by the chairman. Consideration kid Debate Took .:...\.

married the other day by telegraph, Testify In Cue. Cuba or other ports to prevent the introduction inch was the decision of the committeeat t. Wide Ranc '
of fever. The their meeting few days ago. :Y!!
violated one of the safest axioms of yellow states a \
have the right to impose such additional Chairman Rawls announced that the
life, "It is not well to set up house- The preliminary examination of Secretary precautions as they may deem business before the committee was, Lively debates covering a wide range

(+ '. keeping on tick." of State Caleb Powers charged fit and proper to those prescribed by first, to fix the time of the convention; of topics, including Porto Rico the t

with abetting the assassination. of Wil- the national government to preventthe and second, to fix the place of the Pbilippines and the Boer war, occupied ;

Californians are beginning to cultivate liam Goebel, began at Frankfort Friday introduction of diseases and this, convention.J. the time of the house Tuesday ,

p4 + the tomato tree,which bears clusters before Judge Moore. The courthouse it is presumed, will be the course M. Barco was elected to fill the while the appropriation bill was .
ea4 adopted by the state of Florida if the vacancy caused by the death of AlbertE. army
of a delicious fruit; thousands of was guarded inside and out by .
under consideration. At the outsetMr.
militia and decision of the board of health is car Willard of Citrus county. Jefferson -
boxes which are sent yearly to London armed with scores of deputy sheriffs ried out. ; and Escambia counties were not Talbert, of South Carolina, complained {
: = and for which? it is beliered a possible interference Winchesters from mountaineers prevent- The disinfection and inspection of represented, W. M. Girardeau and T. of the measure's vast extravagance -

good: market could be found iu our who were reported on their way the marine hospital service, it is said, E. Welles not being present, and no and replied to strictures on his

eastern states. to Frankfort, but their was is complete and thorough, and the representative came from Lafayette
presence officials assert that there is no basis county to fill the vacancy caused by course as to private pension legisla-
unnecessary, as the mountaineers fail- '
.. for the allegation that the yellow fever the death of T. P. Chaires. tion. The published interview with
The ratio of men to women to appear and no disorder occurred.
xti The epdemic of last summer was due to its A committee on resolutions of respect BDonnsmed Republican representa
commonwealth's witnesses
the public-school teachers in Massachusetts called were negligence. The point is made in and condolence was appointed to fire cnTrgiag lifc-the-J2prto Rico tariff
numbering forty. F. W. Golden
is 1 to 10.2. During the was not in the list. The witnesses Washington that if the Florida boardof draft resolutions on the deaths of the was the result of a bargain for campaign -

,; first half of the past decade the,number at Friday's hearing included Warden health declines to receive cer- two members of the committee.The funds was again brought up by / ,

of men kept relatively diminishing Eph Lillard Detective Armstrong, tificates of inspection and disin- following is to be the basis of Mr. Pier.ce, of Tennessee.
x fection issued by the marine hospital representation: One delegate for each Mr. Steele wanted to know how the
during the last half it has been Sheriff Bosworth, of Fayette county,
who arrested service and imposes additional restric- one hundred votes cast for the candidate Porto Rican tariff bill could be used to
Secretary Powers and
relatively increasing. Captain John Davis and Silas Jones, tions of this character the state itself on the state ticket who received raise a campaign fund.

of Whiteley county, who is now under will be a sufferer by delays in the ship- the highest number of votes Mr.. ierce replied that he could not

Advertising makes the wheels of bonds charged with complicity in the ment of its commerce and much em- cast at the general election of 1896; give the exact steps, but that vast

business go 'round. It helps to supply murder. barrassment may result.Jacksonville and one additional vote for the frac- sums of money had been raised by the

The ion in excess thereof,when it amounts Republican party in 1896 from various
the motive force of commercial testimony tended to show that .
y the shots to fifty or more. The committee has quarters could not be denied. The
came from that section of the I
e activity, and keeps the machinery of executive to Annliton. also allowed additional representationwhere contributors in one instance had even ,

barter and trade moving. It has be- Powers's building in which Secretary Captain James Crook, president of the vote was increased at the jogged the memory of the secretary of -
office is
no the
Alabama railroad commission and
come indispensable in industrial af- that election of 1898 in any county for the treasury and he had not dared to
one swore the shots were from
Hon. S. D. G. Brothers of the legal
state officers. The counties ender this resent the insult. Democratic
fairs, and is a boon to the purchasing the secretary's office.F. firm of Willett & Brothers, have secured ap-
rule will be entitled to representationas plause.)
Wharton Golden who is said to
public. an option on the extensive prop- follows: Mr. Lentz, of Ohio, a member of ..
have made a confession, will be put on
erty of the Jacksonville Land Company -
'j London will soon have four underground the stand later. Prosecuting Attorney comprising 8,000 acres of town Alachua .. .. .14 Leon.. ... .... 14: military affairs committee, discussedthe

c electric railroads in op Polsgrove said that sufficient evidencehad property and mineral lands in and Bradford..6!Levy.. .. ....4 evils of militarism. The expen-

already been heard to warrant around Baker..2 Liberty. ... .1 i ditures for tho army had grown, he
Jacksonville. Associated
eration. Two have been in
# operation holding Powers, but that the case them in the deal is believed to be Eu- Brevard..5 Manatee.. .. .. .3 !i said until they now absorb onefifthof

i for several years; a third is nearly would be mnch stronger before h* was gene Kelly, the virtual owner of the Calhoun .... : ..2 Madison... .. ..7 |' the gross expenditures, of the gov-

finished and a fourth is being con- through. Governor Brown for the East & West railroad. The deal involves Citrus..2'lfarion .. ... .9 ernment. The machinery of the government -

: structed. One of these roads lie in defense, said that the evidence was decidedly the building of a line from Clay..4! Monroe ... .. ..4 costs the people now 10 per
weak. Jolumbia .. .G Nassau..4Dade capita against 50 cents in the days of
a tunnel from 60 to 100 feet under the Jacksonville to Anniston Ala., the
During the afternoon a soldier in .. .. .. ...4 Orange. ... ..10 Thomas Jefferson. The Monroe doctrine -
building of a cotton mill in Jackson-
surface of the streets above. the rear court yard dropped his revolver ville De Soto. .. ...60sceola..3Duval. under which seventeen republics
and the acquiring and developing -
on the stone flagging and it was of additional the .. .. 22Escambia ,Pasco.. .. ... ..4 had been built up south of us, was no
1 along
; The Philadelphia Press takes an accidentally discharged.In line of road in the property city of Anniston ... .11 Polk... .. ...... 8 longer to be held sacred.

English publication to task for laugh- an 'instant every man in the and the town of Jacksonville. It is Franklin. ... .. .2 St. Johns.. ...... 7 Turning his attention to Philippine

ing at what wa's called in England crowded courtroom was on his feet, one of the largest and most important Gadsden.. .. .. 7Putnam| ..eo ... .. 8 questions, he produced an array of facts .
to show that the soldiers
Hamilton. .. in the Phil-
Santa Rosa..5
fully a third of them with their hands
p ;!"the and in industrial transactions recent |
Dewey hysteria, replies to their hip pockets. yearsin Hernando. .. .', 2Sumter, .. .. .... .4: ippines had no heart in the war against

the following vein: "A peoplo _that Eph Lillard, warden of the Frankfort this section. Hillsboro .. .. .20Snwannee| .... .8 the. insurgents and desired to Return

.'.\"iewan engagement in Natal whch penitentiary testified that ho Holmes.... .... 3,Taylor..2 home. He challenged the presi& nt's
Meeting of State llealth Board.
: Jackson. ..... 9 Volasia.-- 8 statement that the volunteers had
did not involve as many men as were walked just a little ahead of Senator The state board of health met in \
Goebel, ,and when the .first shot Jefferson .. ..14 Wakulln .... .... .5Lafayette..3 willingly remained after their terms of
lost on both sides on the field at was annual session at Jacksonville the enlistment-expired.

Gettysburg as the British have viewed fired he saw that the second windowin past week. Those in attendance were: Walton..4 He read a letter from Assistant Sec-
the office of the of state Lake..7 Washington.. ..3
the Colenso battle of Dec. 15, or as was slightly raised. secretary The other shots Hon. William B. Henderson of Tampa Lee. .. . .... 2 retary of War Meiklejohn, in reply toa
president of the board Hon. D. I
, ; request for the discharge of soldier
they are viewing Spion Kop fiasco, he said, did not come from the same T. Gerow, of Jacksonville; Hon. H. L. "The counties will select their delegates denying the request and Paying a the,

? cannot talk of poise, as it is clearly place. The first shot was evidently Simpson M. D., of Pensacola, and the in any manner which may be war department was "flooded" with

wanting." from a rifle while the others seemedto secretary and State Health Officer Dr. considered best by the people acting such applications. He read a letter .

be from pistols. Joseph Y. Porter. The assistant state through the party organizations as from one of the medical officers serving

i'i Young men before entering one of Policeman Wingate Thompson testi- health officer Dr. J. Louis Horsey, of recognized by the last state conven- in the Philippines calling attention to
fied that as the crowd was carrying Fernandiaa and Dr. R. C. White tion. All Democrats are invited to
the principal medical schools of this the frequency with which soldiers
Senator Goebel out of the yard he medical officer of the Santa Rosa participate in the selection of delegates -
were being incapacitated by self-in)
country are.examine1 as to their general saw armed men at the entrance to the thereto, inclnding those who
Sound quarantine station, were also flicted wounds and suggested the advis-
g knowledge. One of the questions executive building and recognizedJohn present. Following the reading of have become qualified to vote since ability of boards such as investigate
I" to the candidates for of Davis and Berry Howard the last election. I
given one among Dr. Porter's r port the board discussed cases of desertion. He also mentioned

these schools last year, relates the them. various sections of it. "Tlie chairman and secretary of the reports concerning the alarming .

: ;_,,. Ladies' 'Home Journal, was: "What Detective that Armstrong of Louisvillesaid The board "took the bull by the each county convention held for the frequency of insanity among the sol-
A Secretary Powers refused horns" and adopted resolutions that in purpose of electing delegates to the diers.
ate the names of the books of the information whatever at the state convention are requested to send
timeof the fight against the introduction of Mr. Marsh, of Illinois, to -
Pible?" Of 120 answers, only five the shooting as to who was in the contagious or infections diseass within to Hon. W. A. Bawls, chairman, Tallahassee I Mr. Lentz. Ha spoke with replied great :

T ore correct* Among the names of building. the limits of the state, the work of Fla., a written or printed i heat. No vituperous of his :
r Captain John F. Hawn, of Barbonrs- the marine service is to be copy of the proceedings of such county I enemy
books given were: "Philistines, hospital en country, he said could have uttered
vine, testified that Powers had asked conventions, together with a list of
"Marcus Aurelins" and "Epistle to tirely ignored and all ships, passes more diabolical sentiments. ;;
him io turn over his ammunition the names of the county executive
and from
gers baggage arriving foreign "I desire, he continued with flushZ
the Filipinos. : company to Lieutenant Gibson committee, in which should be desig -
I.1 I previous ports within limits of suspected zones ed face and emphatic gestures, "to
to the nated the chairman and
shooting. are to be re-disinfected by authorityof secretary characterize his
?M speech from beginning
ho movement to ameliorate the Governor Brown made such committee.Dr. .
point the state of Florida through the to end, as h disgrace to the Amer-
:;, % condition of the discharged convict is that a man cannot be convicted as an board of health.In Grill suggested that the secretary ican congress and a violation of all

s '%rapidly gaining ground in England eider of a crime nn-.ess some principalis arrange for reduced rates over the decencies of this house. He has
It convicted of the crime. As the actual the railroads for those wishing to
Judge, prosecuting attorneys, and misrepresented his 1
'- murderer of Goebel has not yet reporting the news of the tempo attend the convention. The local country, misquoted
city aldermen have uniled, in the attempito history and misstated the position of
.beca named, the point possibly involved rary shutdown of the phosphate plantof members of the executive'committee this aide of the house.

set convicts upon their the liberty of Secretary Pow- Mr. H. G. Hassard, the Ocala corre will cooperate with the county executive "He has exhausted his whole

.-* feet;'and St Giles Christian mission, ers. Judge Moore ruled against the spondent unintentionally did an injustice committee to' secure the hall for in unjust and false vocabulary -

London, gave 21,224 discharged- defense. to that gentleman and his bus the convention and suitable accommodations tions against his accusa
And I
K Silas Jones of facts in the for the transaction of its bust country.
iness interests. The
.. oneka Whitley county testified case "
last year their fist meal ont of I make these statements, said he, look- 1..
he thought the shots are the following: Mr. Hassard had a. nes .
!#, finding work for 5998 -nl ing at Mr. Lentz, "upon responsibility i
I- c pntTon,; fired from the corner of the building contract for over 30.000 tons of phos my 1,
weld willing to accent it. In the last in which Secretary Powers's at considerable ad as a member here and as a gentleman I
"- office is phate, a very .rance Sebastian Genovar will have to pay outside of this house. One of 1 :
t 22Seare this association of Christian located. He immediately walked into over market prices, upon which he the fine of $750 that wasentered tho beautiful things about the constitution
t I
zn nd women has helped 361,000 the ant -room, where he saw Captain was just commencing delivery. The against him in the criminal court at ," he went on "is
Davis and Governor German firm with whom he dealt sarcastically, I
I"pe Taylor the re Jacksonville several month for
ris among that
rs after their liberation. ago no man can bo punished under ,{
m =- -- others. There was considerable excitement fused to fill the contract and left Mr. selling liquor without having paid the the law for words spoken in debate
the governor came to the Hassard with several cargoes on hand state and
necessary county licenses here. So the
5wTbespread of the gentleman from Ohio
English language door and wanted to know who was He, of course, held them for damages, as the pardoning board at Tallahassee I scot i'

+rJ kiaoo Nented noa by the Journal of shot. and has arranged the matter by reducing has refused to remit the fine or to false goes charges free he has notwithstanding made.' the ,

;r.;;OommeTFa In 180ft only 22,000,00eople 0 "Did yon see any one try to open his securities which they held for tatters in the case. It will be in'I'I Mr. Lentz interposed at this ';,.

i i nke English, a? epmp.T l Caleb Powers'" door?" asked Attorney I j advances over CO per cent. This necessitated bared that on a petition the county I i to challenge Mr. Marsh to show point the

4L-z- : b000 wh'.> spoke French,:; Polsgrove. I a temporary shutdown of commissioners refused to grant a i'I j falsity of the official documents from
cio) "Yes, I saw a man with sandy whiskers Mr. Hassard's five plants, while these license to Genovar to sell liquor, and whicli he had quoted.

ti spoke German, and 32-, trying to open the door. He matters were being adjusted. He i is that he kept open his place of business :Mr. Marsh al'
,O00 \rhoipcke? Spajiish. At thetongue struck it with a hatchet start and : replied that he had gone !
replied Mr. now preparing to up again after the license had been refused, as far ai he could in his characterization I
;r an'ng ot 900 09 J Oiles. considers himself in much improved :
127,000 leopl C a very for which he was indicted and convicted of Mr. Lentz's
remarks. If he
J their 'uuth Jones said there was much noise, i iI position. and fined $750..An appeal was had
but he any langrage at his command
.- 477 could not say he heard any made to the board of pardons for a re more emphatic he .
Jlae century perthose from 'I would have used (
I Secretary Powers'
S aternambor t n office. Captain Chadwick, who commandedthe mission of the fine. it. Continuing, he denounced the

: ::X-GU1'Et1UR STONE United States steamship :New course of the Democratic party which
i rl'aud Fre takeninted DEAD. I
1' fit ; York during the late war with Spain The ninth annual meeting of the he said, in time of peace, was "hell .
period th Pa",o Away At If oily Sprlngp,Hint., r'I' has filed a petition in the United States Florida State:: Bankers' association was for war," and in time of war, "was
tt 5 court at Jacksonville, in which, in be hell "
7 p a Brief Ilce.i. held in Orlando the past week. The for peace. He maintained that

; the ifs(t. Hon. J. M. Stone, president of the half of the officers and men of his ship meeting got down to its regular business our title to the Philippine was as 'ti

GGO to 0 Agricultural and Mechanical he makes claim for prize money on account at once, an interesting program, complete as our title to Florida and:

college, a state institution, and for ten of the capture of the steamships previously arranged being adhered to. it was as much our duty to suppress -
< }r$,:. gla years the governor of Mississippi, died Panama, Pedro and Lorenzo the bark The election of officers of the association rebellion there as in Florida.

re sand at, Holly Springs Monday morning aftera Carlos F. Rosas and 'sailing vessel for the coming year resulted as I The general debate was then closed
short illness with erysipelas. The Candita, with their cargoes. and the clerk
follows: President J. T. Dismukes began to read the bill

yob buy orFARME remains were carried to Inka for in- first vice president, B. C. Cooley; second : for amendment under the five minute- t]

s terment. Battery D, Second regiment now vice president, J. B. Anderson rule. .--
rE stationed at St. Augustine, has been third vice L.. -
Street president, A. Fraley
j Hallway Company Donates. ; secretary Paris Show
; a I Opens April 14th.
ft ordered to prepare for removal to Fort and treasurer, William Rawlinson
The directors of the Atlanta Rail Barrancas. Upon its arrival there will ; executive committee, F.:W. Hoyt At a cabinet council in Paris Tues

:: s way and Power company met Monday be three batteries, H, L and D,-at the James D. Baker and Henry Aird. JThe day'at which M. Loubet presided, it ;

w rning .and, fund subscribed'of $750 to the latter fort, or' enough to complete the place of holding the next annual meeting was. decided to officially inaugurate the-

guarantee $15,000 for the roster of the battery, with new. recruits was left to the eelectior'of the ex- Pam'xp08.iti
Southern Interstate fair. I n Saturday"April; 14th.
daily arriving. eontive committee.
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,. The Peculiar Architecture of an.1 Oklahoma THE: BEST' : --. -

Dwelling. An Interesting snd Novel Sight Whee the

For the Honor Charles Babcock, a Guthrie Alder- kids Are Fed. Tobacco
i of on Earth is ,
Donning the man, is building the most remarkable t fi ,

Sanatoria Toga is house a silver three in dollar stories Oklahoma.just high from and Babcock's the as mint.round house The as much goat's It Is Is digestion traditional true of the Is that cast-Iron Persian.tIle common He and can as 1 NOT in the TRUST i. ,

upper stories are each smaller in diameter .
:' SO ALLEGE THE MEMORIALISTSIt than eat pretty much anything and I never
the one below. On
of saw nor heard of a sick goat. One boy
the third story is a staff, crowned
with can herd a flock of 500 the year round.
a glittering ball. The lower floor
Ia Aiiert That Wholesale Bribery is divided The lambing season, from Februaryto TOPye.
into three
rooms each
resembling -
Waa Practiced and 312.89O Wa in shape a slice of pie. June, calls out every one on the 6 TOBACCO .A

Spent Br Montana Man. Along the wall of one room is a narrow ranch to hold the mothers while the IS THE BRAND.
kids nurse for goats are parents either

unnatural or hopelessly stupid. Every

A Washington dispatch faysrCounEC human mother knows the most won- e y i I Iel Union Made! j

for the memorialists in the case ol derful child in the world, but a goat i 13 ... .

mitted Senator their Clark brief, of Montana to the ,senate have committee sub. own In does a flock their not. of offspring All 500'kids not are or 5 can per alike cent recognize to will her. Cigarette Pmrern ii H p Paciago t I .

on privileges and elections: them. MAwIJ1ACTDRTD BY

After reviewing the testimony in The young are kept In a corral, into BROWN BBOS. co.. WINSTON N. C.HEADACHE

detail counsel presents the following nI which the mothers are driven at night.

facts in the case from the evidence adduced v. a At evening and morning this corral The "Trala Fever Dream. ;

: witnesses a performance rivaling any .

First, that at least fifteen membersof circus. The ewes are "roped," thrown Herein we' find ourselves about to goa

the legislature were paid by Mr. and held, and the kids need no other I Journey, but one of the bags or boxes
Clark and his MBotb my wife and myself have been
agents for their votes. summons to their meaL The "table Inexplicably declines to get itself packed '! and they are the beat

Second, that at least nine others seats two," but perhaps seven or eight I In"spite of all the best endeavors of medicine we have over had In the boose. Last
week wife frantic with headache
my was for
were offered money for their votes and will crowd about, seizing any coign I self and servants. It Is like the wake two day, she tried some of yourCASCAKETS.

: that the total amount of offers reached .of vantage whatever, nutritious or dry ing experience of all those of us who and they relieved. We the both pain recommend fn her head Cascareta.almostimmediately. "

} $175,000. wool; butting tugging and generally I are occassionnlly, but not often enoughto CuAS. STKDETORD,

Third, that $100,000 was offered by conducting themselves with so scant make the process easy and familiar, Pittabnrg Safe & Deposit Pltulrars; Pa.

Dr. Tracy, a friend and agent Mr. table manners that it Is no wonder obliged to pack for ourselves-the ex-
Clark to bribe the attorney to their CANDY
general mothers dread the ordeal.
that whenevr the
dismiss ODD HOCSS AT GUTHRIE OKLAHOMA. perience we strap up CATHARTIC
the ,
proceedings in the Well- -, The kids are beautiful and gracefuland last vehicle for luggage we Immediately

come case.Fourth stairway to the second story. of tireless-activity. They are never find another suit of whose exist- .WJ

that the agent of Clark offered One of Babcock's troubles is to get at rest. They climb, jump, run, de- ence there was no previous sign. In

Justice Hunt of the supreme his furniture to fit. If his beds and vour fences and ropes and divert dreams it Is not only- a suit, but a rRA01 MARK RtOasrtatt.

court $100,000 to dismiss the Well tables and chairs and sofas were themselves with an ingenuity worthyof whole portmanteau load, that will not

come case. round he could matters with human imitation. They can utilize
arrange get Itself packed. As fast as one thingis
Fifth, that Mr. Clark and his friends a well the who
less difficulty. see-saw as as boys
put In another Is created to be put
engaged in wholesale bribery and attempted Babcock will his house made it. A barrel left In their reach Pleasant Palatable, Potent Taste Good. Do
complete by in after It, and after the whole has Good. Never Sicken weaken,or Gripe.Me %5c:.GOo.
bribery of members of the leg building a circular porch around it. ,Is welcome-they can balance on It and been packed quite full it Is often found ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...

Clark.islature to secure the election of Mr. His home is in West Guthrie and commands "walk the ball' with the dexterity of in some mysterious way to be quite It..... loose, eawp.y: .oars.,.............1'''' SIT

a view of the Cottonwood an acrobat. I have often seen one In-
pretty empty again and all the things In a HO.TO.BAC ,.
is made of the glsteWOlJsETobaaofabit.
testimony alleging Valley. Babcock drew his own plans side the barrel, apparently enjoyingthe muddle on the floor.-Longman's.

efforts to bribe Justice Hunt and and is proud of his arcbitectual pro rolling process.No .

Attorney General Nolan in the Well duction. He said that he built the matter how many times a day Sweat and fruit acids will not discolor OTTON i
goods dyed with PTJTKAM: FAPZLXSS Dxxa.
come disbarment case. house just to have one different from you visit them, they are always friendly Hold by all druggUU.

r "It is evident" they say "that Mr. any other. and inquisitive, sampling your rai- ,t_, Culture"

y" Clark and his friends fully realized ment with sober faces. Owing to Shortage.Little \ ) ,

the importance of the decision of that A King- Boyhood. The thoroughbreds are white Willie The Bible says there win be .
pure the
court in its Ludwig U. of Bavaria, the unfor- no marrying In beaven. I wonder why," is name
bearing upon Mr. Clark'scontest with long fine hair-a link between Little Emma-"I don't know, unless It's because -
otherwise would tunate crazy king, whose name is there won't be enough men to round."
they not have silk and wool. They are shorn twice go '
best known to Americans that of -ChIcago News. of valuable
taken .as a -
a special train to bring his a year, the fleece averaging In weight I
the friend and of Richard
agents to Helena. negotiate and arrange with that of a merino sheep, but be- Beauty I* Blood Deep.

; for the purchase of that court. Wagner, had a ing more valuable. They are hardy Clean blood means a clean skin. No illustrated .if

The fact that Mr. Clark's agent, Mr. stormy youth and less susceptible to diseases and beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathartic -
which seemed to clean blood and it clean '
keep by
ti ,
-' Jesse B. Root, law partner of Mr. prophesy the misfortunes parasites than sheep. stirring up the lazy liver and driving altim- pamphlet <:
John B. Wellcome Mr. Z. T. The from the
paid success of goat farming lies purities body. Begin today to
a'" Cason 31,500 to leave the state of Montana of chiefly In feeding the kids up to the banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackhead which should
later years. In her and that sickly bilious complexion by taking f i
and not testify before the court the

account of the romance month. After that they shift Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All druggists

a x circumstances going to bear out the of his life, for themselves.The satisfaction guaranteed 10c.25c.50c. be.in .the hands .. .

charge of unlawful expenditure and Frances Gerard flesh of the kid Is a delicacy ./" .,
relates -
corrupt use of money by Mr. Clark N worthy of place the Vividly Described.In "
these characteristic on most epicureanbill '
of who ,; >
and his agents to out their of > describing a total eclipse of the sun, the every planter
P-'t, carry pur incidents: fare; and the milk of the ewesIs colored philosopher said: "Well, sub. bit wus ( 'Jr-
; .: pose. II On one occasion particularly rich and nutritious, and almos' dark enough to tackle a henroosT

The offer of $100,000 to bribe the Prince Otto, his as a cosmetic is unsurpassed. All I The Belt Prescription for Chills raises Cotton.. The 1-.

attorney general to move the dismissal younger brother in all, there Is much to be learned and and Fever Is a bottle of Gxovc's TASTELESS '

' cR, : of the proceedings is but another LUDWIG II. had made' himself much to be enjoyed on a California CHILL TONIC. It is simply iron and quinine ina book is sent FREE. I .._
tasteless form. No Price 50c. ,
pay. ;
chapter of the long story of briberyand goat ranch.-Land of Sunshine. .
OF BAVARIA. an enormous snowball 4 ,,, ,.
attempted bribery that marks the and cried out with pride to his Harmless Diversion."She Send name and address to '. ...

: the entire hislory of Mr. Clark's cam- thinks she can act." .
brother: He Attended the Party.A "What's the odds so long as she doesn'U"Cleveland '- GERMAN KALI WORKS.
paign for the senatorship from the "Look I have snowball Plain Dealer. '"
Ludwig, a 93 Nassau St., New York. s,.
time in August, 1898, when he agreed twice as big as your head!I" 'd

3 with Governor Hauser and others to At these words the crown princefell man from Indianapolis was In London Deafness Cannot Be Cured R.
for last and one day he saw by local applications as they cannot reach the W. L. DOUGLA.
put up $35,000 primaries and from year
? into a fury and tore the ball from diseased portion of the ear. There Is cnly one 1j
$10.000 to $60,000 more for the general the child, who burst into tears. The many :well-dressed people going i way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional S3 & 3.60 SHOES {f" '
the iron of what he I remedies. Deafness is caused by an In- MAD, : \1i
election and much afterwards through gates sup-
as fi
child's the and
tutor flamed ,
came scene condition of the
upon mucous lining the Worth S4 to$6 : .
i-' as'was" necessary up to and includingthe asked what had happened. Otto posed was a public pare opposite his Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed \ with other makes.compared i -, ".. .ll'\. {. '.a'r'
$1,500 to Cason. boarding-house. Accordingly, he Joined you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect Indorsed !: <
payment sobbed out his story. hearing and when It Is entirely closed by over1OOOOOO ::1" .. ;. "
i% Of the 95 members of the legislature "Oh, your highness" said the the procession, sat on the seats, and en- Deafness Is the result and unless the Inflammation wearers. i.. t,. a;
can be taken out and this tube restoredto aloe have W. L. i' ;:
(including Mr. Whitesides) 26 were tutor, "I can't allow this. Prinee joyed the music. A young lady came Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed Doug name and _price '.' 4't c.m. .r'T.. '.
3 ,,. sworn before the committee. Otto has a right to his own snowball and gave him a cup of tea, and he hada forever. Nine cases cut of ten are stamped on botto Take --.;;;:;;: f.., fail
caused by catarrh, which Is nothing but an in- substitute "!--II' .' .:
f "Of these memorialists say nine ; you mustn't take it from him." good time generally. The neit day, flamed condition of the mucous surfaces. cuimeddaterto w '' {01 t

have taken oath that they were offered Ludwig: turned upon his tutor, at the table, some one asked what was We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ahoaldkeep them-if '. //1. "f 'ar '.'kaotwewilhendapair
case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that can. ;;;. l ,
money to vote for Senator Clark; two his eyes glancing darts of indigna going on across the way; the day be- not be i tired by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send: for on receipt of price and racy I' r' '
have admitted the receipt of fore. "Mrs. Humphry Ward gave a circulars, free. : extra for carriage.: State Irani ot .: Iher. X.J ":"'t':'
money :
+fi 't tion."Do F. J. CHENEY &; Co.,Toledo, O. PAST Ue, and width, plain or.tp to-. Ot.wmm Free, ..fijjf.! .... ..::1 I ; ,$1
t $5,000 each, after voting for you mean to tell me," he said, large garden party, said the landlady. Sold by Drugg1t ,'i5c. W.LOOUCILA3SHOECO.. : fit JckCo. Mast. r". ; .".
Mr. Clark, but tried to excuse it. II "that I, the crown prince, have no -Sentinel. 11 all'e Family Pills are the best. _- '-'/<: '."L, ; :.t.1

M Hither by direct testimony or otherwise right to this snowball?" Within the last two years about a hundred -.i1..r .:':$ I

they claim that the acceptance of After all, it was only a snowball; Pessimism Checked. postoflil'e\ have been established in China. I FOR 14W.wlsbk GEH"! af !

bribes is fixed fifteen others. The registry fee for letters is only 2J$ cents. raeth.Jarr.e'ti ...+ .' ....l ;
the Bavaria
upon but later on wise men of "No, he complained. "I have never .... -.., .
D "''er. ud: "; a rr f .
"From the proof adduced it is reasonably shook heir heads and murmured.A succeeded in getting anything for nothing To Cure Constipation Forever. 1 PIIIf GilP; Gsr..n Be>..:.' I': r ....,'f" .. 011.IPIt..Lrr.r .:-

determinable." they say, "thatin pleasanter story is told of the I have always had to strive hard TakoCascaretsCandy Cathartic Ida or 2Sc. I I.O..>r.E1r'd'u..> .......+:..1;<) -.. "i '
If C. C. C.tall to cure,druggists refund money. I ,', \r
addition .to the $328,000 actually prince when, at eighteen, he received for everything that bag come to me. I .-. i.= rseL.r-7Mile GcJ aa.I'D, ,).eL1 ,_ ''t-. Tj"I 'I'r

paid to members of the legislature by his allowance, in coins fresh from the I-" Human Nature.Mr. 1 It S"'r.':J v..u;IC.obll O1u"!! .-r,.'; .!!fta f.l

Mr. Clark and his agents offers were I mint. The amount was what would "What about the mumps you had last .Tlgg-"I don't see how that Montreal girl n.i..laotriowut.:4ie. :" .1. .<>t'1:w
made to other members be called The first could sleep sixty days." W..U..l.Gr..16Ha; (pi !
aggregating now a pittance. winter? his wife interrupted.-Chicago ',
:Mrs. Tigg (speaking from observation)= Abo++tr Pit,;: worth ki.'O.-.wt11 .01
about $175,000." I use made by the boy of his new wealthwas Times-Herald. "Probably some one kept calling her to breakfast ic.il ya fret, t<)it.i--7 with out.4 ... ",'"
i tr slhtrloteffagsfia;'00:' '4 .bf 1'SAlIn
right along.Baltimore American. .
to go .to the court jeweler and S -- .,. I ...q'
I "HEAP TALKEE, TALKEE." order for his mother a locket which Georgia Education.One Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children oponr..tausV""" / !",,,.:.c:") tr '.. allG, .s,.. .t;:. ."-'3,'
he had heard her admire. The jeweler teething softens the gums, reduces Inflammation '!')'!t...h..n:';,0. ')De- -J.Iur'. : r' .". 1
Seminole Indian Visit Governor Tanner of the class publications of the wind colic. 23c. bottle. .ct,.Is Ju"ill a.v-L.o "'hGD .
allays pain cures a .
i inquired whether he should send .'_.ti.'riz..oll Sab-a ib-rar y :: fte.t..r.ti'.asttoOianto.eeth.
f at Palm Beach Florida. state which is acheiving notable success : C-.' ,; ;;::r37osto.tezzPbfir'rCe.LtcLO4e.wi& .
the account to the castle, as usual. How He Was Paid. I .. .:: .,
Governor Tanner who is is Georgia Education\ publishedat .
sojourning I "No," replied the crown prince, Miss S. Y. Jewett. "You're a nice lad."remarked the ministerto ...Z, ....."", :;: !; ;-
at Palm Atlanta Ga. by
\ each. Fla., continues to with air of ineffable pride. "I a boy who u as!: chopping wood. "Does your s
in an feature which has con- mother give you anything for chopping firewood '>- ... f' 'ILY ,.. t .,.
improve health, and is anxious to I have now own allowance. Hereis Possibly one ?" ..: ., ..of ...., I .' .:
, '.: return to Illinois. my Take what want." tributed most largely to the success "Xo," replied the boy. with a meanln loolt; 01-; :,. ; -
t The other day when three SeminoleIndians I my purse. you and growth of this educational paperis "but 1 net something if I don't do it." OLD SOtDIEf- r 1 I'

iT I were in the city and heard I Judging a Dog; the attention which it gives to the How Are four Kidney tDr ; :'= .".

.'2' that the governor was a "big heap There are only a few men who are country school and its efforts to arouse .Hobbs'Sparaeui Pills core Co.all.kidney Ills.Sample Y. hog Uub<.tad..az1a.eadwMc.tsoldiefswh,4atde rti. rieebefore. l,.De w.!87Kf 1 :r: thaa";q r',i".' 1. j' :
Chicago M.
this tree. Add.lterliDi:! Kerned or .
'. medicine man," they visited bis excel capable of awarding the prizes at the more general interest in vital factor 16081..cs (it. M fcrlfab-i--clonedorrelfnq ed)'h; }
If they ti-e !;<> old tVir additionalamalegd"t!: f-
\ lency and smoked the pipe of peace. annual bench shows because so few in country life. Consolation.Kelly daesoutdaadrerthfull. partlrn '.lid-tt.rr : .' .

r. They also presented him with a bag of have made a study of the points abouta Georgia Education has just celebrated (growing pnrthetlc)-Pity a poor unfor 1n. lco ict.CS; .'U1rl.tCoF. "*" -J -: ,. ,
first birthday anniversaryby tunate man, Kelliher, thot's got to I1n home to | _._ I ':..
Ii. herbs for curing his ills and a fine Indian dog which must be taken into con. its his wolfe j> 'I I IKelllher --- : 'r (

; pipe. The governor1bowed his reducing the subscription price -Brace up, Kelly, brP ul t Ye rpJnITtRS': 1. :
; appreciation by giving each of his one-hall-from $1.00 to 50c. should be* thankful ye are not the sa'tan.' ;;; '"
..- : tt".tjr ;
Tit-Bits. ; -A I:'" ;" .fU 1>1.-,1\ U.i y. -
! visitors a present, and they left with f! _! r t! ;',. maddJ.4!':S'IY" A' D"' :t ) .

. the remark: "Him good medicineman Don't Tobacco Spit and Smoke You lit Iway. Positively cur-
heap talkee, talkee." i To quit tobacco easily and forever:be magnetic D r.B U II' colds in the Cheri ... :I all'lCD B''':% :'. :tO OOtnul"I :i l.rt IfeBKIASX a' ,
} lull of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To- fniinrh lungs! and J r!!;i HI- tA1Naye '! "a r5nt w"tele. ;4:1wTIIt J .'. }
Dae.the wonder-worker that makes weak men ItllUgD CyruPCODl1oIIltlw.n) t1I1 1ct1.i T. Ct9RrT.Rt ;+ '+' ::

BAILEY STARTS CAMPAIGN. I strong. All druggists,We or$I. Cure guaranteed for children. Tastes good. Dos'-sjrtsin-J: ic, '. 7J17bli,. 4&4.: '. .; I. .,..

t.- I Booklet and sample free. Address -- - Jp'; _._ ...--8R.! .... \it.: -'':IJ' ".,.
nil Contest for Unl oil State Senator Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. tVCtpu OR 2 ,1. j >
T "B ari'.AXXi (
: from Texa Formally. Begins.In I Fee Reflnded ; Lt = ry 4 0 ,
has been ? lia .
\'t4' a set speech at Cameron Texas Seven Fblllincs day adopted by Paani "turtl.ed lJtJ.: : f r ;0;; ,\: .i
South Wales l =- '
the new government as a '
fr.e. Tree advice :)'- ti / sdaY.. t '.
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W 'Saturday, Congressman J. W. Bailey minimum wage to railway. laborers. << n. ts parear. J1t,.. Re" opened his campaign for the United Primer" FBEE. Ml.... IS. HTKVFXs o & CO.. .d1:11 t ,,,-; ,tl'-;
In One ., Un.bi D. D P *' *, .'i
a To Car Cold Day. LsUb 1864. SIT 14th l t., > iaj, C. *
: States senate in opposition to Senator -- Take LAXATITB BROMO QPINIXB TABLETS. All Branches:Chicago. (*leTllland.04 l Detroit I ... 01..i.-' sfeti: sf',.. t-..... !!1 ifr*\) '
t. : Horace Chilton. A large number oft THE TBCHKICAI. POINTS OF A DOG. drueglbts refund the money If it falls to cure. lrflri. X G'Wth "r' .r w h l t 01' .
. E. W. GROVB'a signature la on each box. 25<:. TtteQ .a f. -
prominent public men of Texas were OPIUM AND MORPHINE d. .t,Ii 'tr.'I __:_ .". ";. 4 1 .
present to hear him. The aenatorship eI eration. The following diagram. For calling another man a liar through the ......'d tli.." :" .l r ..
illustrates the features that competent a citizen of Boone county, Ja., habits cured at home. SO CCBlMXp PAY I _'.
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will be decided in the primaries for fine of U. Correspondence had to a
pay aif 1
examine in order to determinethe
judges Lock box 715,Atl '
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members of the direct .
, legislature a 'H'
blue-ribbon winner .... .. ,, \. .1.1'":0 ..
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tii -11I, RED NEGRO FIRST. EXCITEMENT NO RELIEF YETFORMAFETO COLONISTS CO with spring by a bandies Tennessee are to com be .

pry ..sy Occurs In Frankfort Courtroom Season wooden handle being sev-

During the Preliminary Trialof Railroads and to the head and. provided
A SHOT GOEBEL"Such at the several ends

Caleb Powers. At inserted In oposite ends of a
? -_. A Frankfort dispatch says: The most The Chicago to give flexibility to the

w :. .t. thrilling event of the examining trial The colonization In use.

!1 Is the Deduction Drawn of Republican Secretary of State Caleb Plummer Retires and Boers Seem vigorously opened :Made from Paper. .
.. Powers occurred Monday afternoon which extend into p'pl r macho are the latest It

From- tiolde 's Testimony.::1- shortly after 3 o'clock, ,and for a few To Be Masters of$ Situation. and the work of By" a tUan peculiar: any process other they material.are

minutes it looked as if serious trouble, may 1.e Gne.but we will venture-
commercially is to prefer their own, and this
could not be. prevented. accomplished by kerpttg the
Ex-Governor Campbell, who was year on a scale with Hosteller's stomach
i ROBERTS IS AT BLOEftFONTEIN condition of the stomach in
HIS STATEMENT CREATES STIR conducting the examination of Whar- dustrial agents the teeth. The Bitters will

ton Golden, asked the witness to state promises to be a stomach cure dfapepsla and

if Powers had said anything to him immigration to

. According to GoIden.Caleb Powers about killing Breck Hill, the Demo- French Is Kept Busy Fighting for the location of Frequent Trips. -

cratio secretary of state. dustries. Jury muss go away frequently.
I t Was,One of the Prime Mov- Colonel for the defendant While General Buller RestsIn ... to her husband. .
George Denny, Activity in the repeated Mr. Gaswell. "What
*%. ers In the Plot, I in an argument upon the com- Natal. newed interest in "

petency of a question, said: the discovery of Jury>_ the Helm paper us."a headline which

"It is perfectly lawful for people to as a money-making

;,_ F. Wharton Golden, of Barbours- come here, and to come armed. I According to advices received in edge that the r Dowels With Cascareta.

,. vile, was put on' the witness stand came here several times myself." London, Colonel Plummer apparentlyhas sections of C.\C.fail, cure,druggists constipation ref and forever.money.
Colonel Denny was referring to the
.. Saturday'at Frankfort, Ky., in the retired to Crocodile Pools and farming lands,
crowd of armed mountain men who newed prosperity of His Best Hope.

I examination of Secretary of State assembled at the capital and camped Mafeking seems further off than ever try, has made new give me no hope?" be wildly

1 .4;- Caleb Powers, charged with conspiracy in the statehouse yard just prior to from relief. The news was containedin south that were fmiiPil the you nit' girl: "It

to murder'Senator Goebel, Governor Goebel's assassination. a dispatch from Bnoloyao, dated eral years ago. The quietly. : papa may not bear

and gave some sensational testimony. Colonel Campbell, for the prosecu- Monday, March 19, and polished in nois Central road is "ng.
tion that he did not consider
replied the boom that is
Golden was rather nervous, the second edition of the Times.
it lawful and was surprised to know I present time the Washington
but did not hesitate in his replies to that Colonel Denny had come there These advices add that the base hospital year's record of

: "r questions, and hU!>> testimony made a armed. I has been brought back to Gabe- aloog the line by Little Boy-Was Saved. +

: deep impression. Denny denied having made such a rones The correspondent further remarkable showing D. 0.-"When our boy
statement and said that he did not
.' '& According to Golden, Caleb1 Powerswas come armed. Campbell insisted that says it is the object of. the Boers' despite the fact and 16 mouths old he broke out

p of the in the demonstration' of March 15-16 to April, May which was thought to be
. one prime movers he had made the statement. Both men proved to be the
'' bringing to Franfcfort' of the mount- were very much: ,excited and spoke I cover the movement' of siege guns ecuting this work. In a few days he had a
the left side of his neck
aineers just before the assassination with vehemence and with .arms shak- I from Mafeking. In Kentucky,
of Goebel and' that commenced to advance toward each Lord Roberta' main army continues decided to be mumps. He
:; although ,Secretary ing sippi and Tennessee
Powers simply instructed him to othdr. The courtroom was crowded, I waiting at Bloemfontein. The sentimental established a medical attendance for
, "' "witnesses" who and the audience interest in the fate of Mafeking weeks when the doctor
: bring were mountain evidently thought a cotton, paper and!
i feudists, yet Golden understood that fight was on and made a mad rush for has been greatly intensified. eries. Some of the scrofula and ordered a
wanted to lance the
j I. they were to come to Frankfort for a the doors and windows, people falling Lord Methuen is skirmishing with declare that the rise sore,
let him and continued
I possible more sinister purpose, that over each other in their wild efforts to the Boers at Warrenton, 167 miles ceeding all
medicine for about four
_1 of "cleaning out" the Democratic ma- get out of the room. ; a 'way. Although seemingly in force System, the
.I sufficient to do pretty much as he the bunch broko in two
: jority in the legislature. After five or ten minutes of the most.exciting the Mobile and I
w like, be has not advanced. became a running sore.
Golden also since the assassination
brought in the name of scenes The
I said it scrofula and
I General French's cavalry and mounted was
Governor Taylor in an incidental way, quiet was restored and ex-Goveraor is doing an unusual
I blood medicine. A
also the names of Gulton, John Powers Brown, one of the attorneys for theI I infantry, according to a rumor, are in developing a

Captain Davis, Charles Finley, defense, whispered to Colonel Camp- fighting somewhere cast of Bloemfontein. nessee and in 'me which of a case somewhat cured

-'j ;, Judge Iliri ham and others, the plan bell, who promptly arose and apolo- and disposing of r was by
I decided to
: to bring thy mountaineers to Frank- gized to Denny nnd to the court, Col- General Bailer has not yet moved in bama and Florida. I and ir A short while give his

.'. ;" fort baviug: taken on a wider scope onel Denny replying in a very happy Natal. Cassava plnnt aid his "aeck healed
The Eighth division will direct
rF than was expected. speech.On go in Florida
.. numerous
: stopped giving him the
1 Golden was seized with a slight hemorrhage an inspection of the record it I to Bloemfontein. Lord Koberts's effective tention is being paid
, disposable at the front ten days The sore broke out again,
1' f: during the morning and adjournment was found that Colonel Campbell bad ple to in
hence will be, it is estimated, 70,000 engage I again gave him
i.k taken'earlier misconstrued Colonel state-
was than the Denny's The fact that from
, h>" usual hour. ment. men, with the easy possibility of mov- made starch and and its persistent

Ii' Golden'began his testimony by saying Golden, as the prosecution's s'ar ing eastward, forcing the Boers to ity and that as a accomplished. NETTIK CIIAS1I,4.1 a complete: K

t that. he had known Secretary witness, again created great interest. evacuate the B:&rsbcrg lango and stock it has no equal
Powers for When the stand for joining hands with General Bailer be-
seventeen or eighteen placed on cross- attention of
I ?: year, also knew Culton. He was'also examination he said he learned about fore continuing the promenade to In Virginia,
I Pretoria. Iass Cooking Utensils. '
a acquainted with Governor Taylor and two weeks ago that he would be arrested bama and Georgia I
,' Captain John Powers. He said he if he did not tell what he knew A dispatch from Bloemfontein dated way is locating I -

t ,. was a good friend to all of the defend- about the assassination, and that if he Thursday, March 22, pays President I. thousands are ha\e to be queens, some

ants. He was in Frankfort January did tell the attorneys for the common- Kruger is reported to have issued a i homestead seekers' rot-wrestling Is in high

and and wealth and him from proclamation declaring that Great washing the dishes and
February saw Secretary Pow- would try save are run first
.r. every
.K ers and John Powers nearly every prosecution. Britain is in dire straits and that the I in the month. knives. But our pots (us-

i He in Frankfort Russians have occupied London.A as n generic term cover-
I'X' day. was on January been located this s I
'( 14tb, and went to Havlem county for ABOUT MONEY ORDERS.Transmission Springfontein telegram published ville and Richmond. I field of cooking uten-

. two or three days, from there returning in the second edition of the Times N. C., theie have j's) kept pace with our civil
..... of Money It Made Mncli says:
: to Frankfort.Goldenresumed. twenty furniture stP bend and rust,
+ Easier By Postofflce Department. "The submissive attitudeof
; ,;. ;:;;:,... his testimony at the apparent Ga. ; a new out a. d scale off. I sug-
.1. The United States postoffice depart- the Free Staters should be acceptedwith
rr, afternoon session. He raid he saw Knoxville large bat glass manufacturers, an-
ment has its and caution. The
enlarged operations
large proportionof
h John Powers and a red black-mns- ries. At boilers, stew-pans
by a method which has recently been obsolete inferior being
t.. / 1. tached roan talking concerning the weapons I has etc., of Indestructible vi
h. : \e' large colony
'. authorized in first and second-class turned in by them to The British is
?; y :; closing of Secretary Powers's officeP4 I many are visiting I have no doubt that
offices the transmission of is to the that the I
"' money giving impression largest
: during the tatter's absence. i a view of engaging would quickly supersede
be made much easier and more con- stores of modern Mausers being
: }\,-" "I had my back turned." said Gbld"n I I The Plant system ones which we have been
venient. The is the sub concealed.
'but when I turned I saw ;John I phosphate fields and with these many years. No
stance of a circular which has been issued The Outlook's special correspondentat
b a ,Powers; give the key to the man. and colonies all affect them, no fruits
... i .auhn-Powers said to me: : Cape Town says: I the present time it meats t beverages would -
.n. ....* :'Goebel is going to be killed thil "First, to cash all money orders, "Feeling is running strong againstthe I of business it can Nothing would stick to
.n c ... irrespective of the place of payment leniency with which rebels of Cape
.. m-iming. I said: 'This must not be I expected that the
named in such order it understood treated require no polIsh-
being Colony and Natal are being by
ts.r do w _______ UP once a. week. Their
that the of uritisu authorities.
01 course the j -
i 5"Do jon know a man named DickK' the roads are '
i '* asked the owner shall be established, PB in The enteric fever has broken out in would bring godliness to
Attorney Campbell. in the
all other cases and, two brigades of the force which raised i which Is next to the kitchen.
'I do He if- colored and lives ireat'yville' Rican situations,
"Second to cash order the of There glass cooking uten- .1
: lie came down with th any money siege Ladysmith. were a field for
a conncolttnt i' drawn upon such office, irrespective of I 2,300 cases of fever in the garrison'' or two roads have a fortune.-Victor Smith
the fact that the corresponding advice I during the siege.IJANHRUrrCY Pri-ss.
Uid yu hav, :it7 talk with Caleb for large business
not have reached the office I ,
may upon
gr' tK'hu Pinvers u -yut Dick Coombs? i matters become
f "J5ui; );ut.they fir two niggers there which D)1EXT'1 pect to get all the

r, k'illCGobel. Jo't Powers told me handle.
UKEAT TUNNEL COMMENCED; Representative Hay Oflrrs Bill To Changethe
f.., hfy nere 15 :ier; Smith and I
Dial: 1 Measure. ENGLISH On .
t Coombs
: embti. ea'4 at the New Yorkers Begin notructlon of Their
t ; ?; Underground Hallway. I Representative Ray, of New York, -
Rode Too Far .
mornc. chairman of the house judiciary com- They
With a silver spado and in the presence ly Boer
ViriimtiifcV"This Coqtnl-s to mittee, has introduced a bill to amend
talking a
mane of thousands of persons, Mayor I At a late hour
?' r Fait act l 'allace* if my presence, said: Van Wyck of New York lifted from an the bankruptcy' law and makes a state-

-. D-n him, I know him as far sal opening in the city hall square a few I ment as to it in which he says. office in London

;t.- can. ee him and I can kill him as furs pounds of earth which formally began "The most important changes are dispatch from

t 1 au'see'him." He was talking of work on the underground rapid tran- six additional objections to a discharge "BLOEMFONTEIN, boon relieved

dr ;. : -Gael; sit railway system. The ceremonies viz. : terday Lieutenant menstruation by
:,, conversation was in the ad- which marked the beginning of this "1. Obtaining property on credit Captain Trotter

:i ufitu: eneral'a office. great engineering undertaking were upon a materially false statement in Hon. E. Lygon, Pinkham's Vege-
T ,ldntold a story of the events i befitting an event of such great im writing, and, Guards and are oon-

1&ingttp" to the murder, which, if portance.A "2. Making N preference, thoughthe rington, of the writing grateful
bstezUsted, will in'the minds ofprosecution handsome memorial tablet bear- bill makes it necessary that the rode eight or nine

,,:'those c bue :ed with t1'e ing a suitable inscription was fitted creditor relying upon this objection camp on the to Mrs. PInkltam.

#' }tea"iFro nbly go far toward prow- into the opening.The shall prove tha the preference was cort except One wJ .

the ,eoDtenious of the ,common'h underground railroad tunnel fraudulent. They: were fired I I ;
.; h tha+3the murder was the re tilt rill be twenty-one miles in length and "3. The making of" fraudulent Johannasbnrg Vegetable Compound ,

$icb several pomiucat.I will involve expenditure by tHe transfer of property. Lygon was killed

! .- rereutnvolved. city of New York of more than $36- "4:. That the bankruptcy was materially rington and them It always
e testimony did not show that the contributed to or brought on
I |, 000,000.( The contract time for com- wounded. The painful
. t 1 plot to"till Goebel war part off pletion is unlimited and about 10,000 by gambling. wounded. The I periods
pit.cr did itfcoaceivetl i "5. That a discharge shall be refused I woman who suf
; ia men will be employed. Work will be assistance and did !

h the be;nu simultaneously at several points. to any one who has previously could, attending to / be without
. within six and :
pto#a as Goldcu's remark? -- -- been discharged years; ,
ewers rare thf> Fres SHELDON'S VENTURE FAILED. "6. That a discharge shall be denied THREE ) .

tstti? eK afitEr was ouoJof. tiiC --- to any one who refuses in the.' all tho Ills of )
.- q'inis cotli>3ionwealthi tight Editor of The TopeVa Capital Expresses course of the proceedings to answer Floor Gives War

l a a QQnvorsati' pltb IIM Opinion Tercely. any question approved by the court. Into a result from some

+ r ie on ly Jo d acid :l,. "The- estimate placed! on Mr. Shel- "The bill also provides that mercantile Through the 'msllt of< the
} corporations may be adjudged'voluntary first floor in a
don'n experiment will generally be ,organism. Mrs.
t after York
i ged pl ,! bankrupts receivingthe which was
b that it wus a failure as a newspaperand consent thereto of a major- fire Saturday, three '& great medl-
: o.1, not above the as a religpaper. -
'" .+ ." ity of their stockholders; also thata ed and two makes women
a Ii S voluntary receivership of an insolvent precipitated into
;S So in one sentence Charles K. Hud corporation under the state which were about j of this there' Is

aamine'tYoh ; n, editor of The Topeka Capital, laws shall be an act of bankruptcy. It pinned under the Iij.- e .
ims'up his of Rev CharlesSheldon's
: buy ;' ... opinion shortens the time from twenty-five posed they were .
Jt attempt to run a Chris- days to ten days when default made 'experiment. If

FARMS ,N luau daily of Mr.the Huc.soamirka.; 'a'management his and provides. for a short. service'by Coal Miners Get ... got this i efIl. :
t' publication where the debtor has ab :The '
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which indicates
rrith an editorial ; that sconded. The bill make 'thewife'a at .
e .stockholders who..opposed a condance company : fre '. Mti" 'Hert" -
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competent witness,' irrespective of tht Miners -of .
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't* LOCAL ,HAPPENINGS.Millinery '


opening at the Ideal. ;

Prof. E. A! KennedvTof Brooklyn -

was a visitor to Starke Tuesday Invites Every Lady to Attend the


Wednesday ana Thursday are :

at the the days Ideal for the millinery opening Grand Millinery Opening .

.' D. J Byrd, of"the Mt. Sinai section -
and .
Wednesday Thursday April 4th and 5th .
was among the court spec A Woman ', .. : .. .,
tators this week. .

W. J. Griffin, the New River what. Buffering Only fro falling of thewomb The most elegant The latest in Flowers ;' .
naval stores manufacturer whites, painful or> Irregular
was menses! or any disease of the distinctly
transacting business in Starke feminine>rsni is. A man may svmr-a--
thize or ptylJt he can not know the Pattern Hats .
Monday.D. agonies sht goes throuijn-the terribls which are so natural you will be tempted
suffering, 80 patiently borne,which
W. Hazen robs her of beauty, hope and happiness to smell their
a prominent fragrance.
planter Yet this. suffering really u .
from Berlin and workrooms
and merchant of the Ward City needles our own '

section, was looking after business McELREE'S will then be exhibited, together Laces and Ribbons of the latest styles .
affairs in Starke
with New Shapes, New Turbans New will also be exhibited. 'w.
Prickly Ash Bitters cures dis- 'Vine 01 CarclUl

; eases of the kidneys, cleanses and Trimmings, including REMEMBER THE DATE ,

:;1 strengthens the liver, stomach and will banish it. This medicine
i v:> bowels. For sale by Starke Drug cures all female diseases quickly -
Company and permanently. It does away IDEAL
.' with humiliating physical exami
: ,. Wm. Dickens, a: prominent citizen nations.: The treatment may be .lrl
of Sanford taken at home. There is not con-
was a guest of
tinual and trouble. The
Col. and Mrs W. T. Weeks Mon sufferer expense is cured and stays cured. I

day, returning. .. to Sanford Tuesda'' Wine of Carduiis becoming the COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO.
leading remedy for all troubles of ,
Too people lose valuable this class. It costs but $x from any i

time in experimenting with cough druggist.For STARE, FLA-
advice in
and cold cures. They should take cases requiring .
special directions, address the -- -- ,
Foley's Honey and Tar before it is "Ladies Advisory Department," SHOT AT THE OFFICER. ,.
I. too late. J. L. Gaskins. The Chattanooga Medicine Co., 1

: Chattanooga Tenn. Would-be Burglars Fire on Officer )l ESTATE OF t .
Mrs. Geo. A Douglass returned IIBS.C.J. WEST :KaahTWe,TeD", -K-
writes j-*"Th! wonderful medicine ought Burnsed. f*) '
home Monday from Ocala, to to be in every horse where there are girls
'which place she was called on ac- and women." A pistol ball hole in one of the J. L. QASKINS

.' count of the illness of her mother, windows of the Morgan store, occupied a S.
- ,
who is now much improved. by the Commercial Bank .
very J. G. Alvarez has returned home and Metropolitan Pharmacy, tells ? DR. J. H. COLSON, Manager,

'1 M. B. Smith, Butternut, Mich., from New York, where he purchased the tale of a close call for George '
says. "DeWitt's Little Early an unusually large stock of Burnsed, night marshal of the STARKE, Fla ; ,

Risers are the very best pills I seasonable goods for his customers. town Tuesday morning about Dealer In ( iixJ

ever used for costiveness. liver and 2 o'clock Officer Burnsed heard ,
Watch,the dates! likeit :
; j bowel troubles." J. L. Gaskins. Nothing DR\JOS. DICiNES I .
I before! The grandest millinery someone working at the front doorof $

The awning and the show win- opening in the history of Starke the W. B. Haynes Compan s ,->'

dows the of and the Ideal. store and directed his attention to -sod-
at store the W. B. April 4th 5th e
Haynes Company's store have that place. At first he supposedone
i received fresh coat recently of A man named E. Presson, of of the clerks had been DRUG SUNDRIES .

Pressonville, Kans., wrote a letter summoned to the store to fill an ,
paint at the hands of E. F Chase '
+ .
I who is an artist in his line. the other day, saying the opinionof emergency order and waited a few I )) Chemicals Toilet Articles Fine Per- .
in his town who has
i. .- everybody minutes to see it a light appeared.In .
; : When you want something to used Foley's Honey and Tar is, a few minutes he heard the fumery and Fancy Soaps Hair and

heal a burn, or a sore, or a cut, that it is the very best medicinefor noise again, and then walked noise GJ Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods ;
why not try Banner Salve, which is lagrippe, colds, coughs etc, J. lessly down the street in the direc-

guaranteed the most healing ointment L. Gaskins.B. tion of the store. When he was ( a Specialty. -

in the wor'd Take no sub- within a few steps of the store he
stitute. J. L. Gaskins. J. Alderman' one of the lead- stepped into a hole of water, and FINE CIGARS
-- -- --.- ing young citizens of the Brooklyn kJ
the noise the
intending burglars .
gave .
D W Carver of the best GARDEN AND 'I.
one community, was in ,town Tuesdayand warning of his approach Therewas !*J .
known and most highly respected ordered the TELEGRAPH sent t '
two of the men and upon discovering J FLOWER SEEDS.
citizens of the Lake Butler district
;i to his address.Where 1. ,
the app oach of the officer ) (
: was in attendance at court here they ran down the street: toward Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and '
invest C ) Gte t.;
i the first part of the week. can you money ,
,. .--- more profitably than by buying a I the court house. The night was prompt attention given to a Compounding If' t :l
: dark that the officer
Lewis Ackerman, Goshen, Ind so could not .
; bottle ot Prickly Ash Bitters; you the and could wait I a PhysIcIans Prescriptions day or night I[l-l? ;
.C says: "DeWitt's Little Early Ris- get four for one A kidney med- trace men only \. r. h
. ers always bring certain relief, icine, a liver tonic, stomach to see if they would give the door \ .. .'. .:.

f I cure my headache and.never'ripe" strengther and bowel cleanser. another trial. After satisfying Xf <. h.

f ( They gently cleanse and Four medicines for one dollar. himself that the door was secure ****-. *' "

fi[; invigorate the bowels and liver. J. Sold by Starke Drug Co :Mr. Burnsed walked up the middleof .fr. 1 :> '

'!: ', ,L Gaskins. Call street toward Walnut. C. M. SPARKMAN & CO. :
; ;
fi Samuel Friedman, of Pensacola, When he arrived at a point betweenthe
; Mrs. Mary Weeks and sister, stores of G. Alvarez and T.
has accepted a position as rashier J. -DE
Mrs. Bradley returned home Monday LERS1"j.-j.
in the store of Cohen, Friedman & A. Knight & Co. he could see in-

c' from New York. Mrs. Weeks Co at this p ace. Mr. Friedmanis distinctly the forms of two men, HIGH GRADE WHISKIES. < : I !
' selected a line of milinery that .
) .
the of
an affab'e young gentleman and standing at corner Knight #*"
cannot fail to please the ladies. will win friends for himself here. & Co's store. Wanting to be sure Rye whiskey to$.5 per jral.: Corn whiskey, $2 to $2.50 per gal; Gin. $2 to f?Vi j- t,!. '. .1 I
The goods will shortly begin to ar He is a cousin of Mr Friedman of that he was not firing on innocent Rum,$:i to$.50 per Kal.: Apple Brand}'.$2.50 to$3 per cal : Peach Brandy J2.50 f <3 |fot s.i t ... *. "'V', t
rive. White Wheat Whiskey.$2.50 per gal. Prompt attention paid to all orders. *t. ::.'., r'V I
the firm. parties the officer crept along with "' 4C\ (

S' my family with wonderful results. Nervous weakness or palpitationof might get close enough to recognize *.,iW: ;'

I It gives immediate relief is pleas; the heart indicates disorder in the parties before they saw I ICe M. SPARKMAN & CO., Starke, .l r..Nr'!ht:

: ant to take and is truly the d yspep- .he stomach and digestion. Prickly him but his hopes were in vain. : -=-- -==-* : ,
tic's best friend," says E. Hartger- Ash Hitter is a wonderful remedy The iren saw him and started on I i'

ink Overisel Mich. Digests in such cases. It clean en a run, one going south on Walnut II I turned and returned the fire, then

" what you eat Cannot fail to cure. streng'hons and regulates the, street and the other west on Call continuing his flight. |) !

J. L. Gaskins.1 stomach, liver and bowels removes street. The officer fired at the Both shots missed their mark. Kod'PiDyspepsia I.

s the cause of the heart symptons retreating figure of the one who Neither the officer or the burg'arwas ::

FOR SALE-First mortgage of and builds up a strong and vigorous ran along Call street and the man struck The bullet trom the : : ;

t $700. payable in instalments oft body. Sold by btarke Drug -- -.--- -- -- ------- burglar's pistol! went through the Cure : :,:
I lion each on November 1st of each Company. window of the Morgan buildingand It

year, with ten per cent interest, -. imbedded itself in the window '
secured in Starke Notice to Tax Payers. fired the officer '( Digests what; eaiIt i
x upon dwelling I facing. The one by you -
Womanhood I .
Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH Th" assessor and collector will Beginning of found lodgment in the wood : artificially dijsioisti1"foodaac J; ".
I office Starke. I work the front of T. A. Knight Nature in strT.tr'n! 'iar and i _::. : ,.\!. .,(" ,
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be the named below
at places on mm ,i .
tV-i-v '
the 'd ,
.strutting : dige- vo or- fr t.. ...
To secure the original witch dates mentioned, to assess and How many cases of I & Co's store. ;I f.fans. tisth*I la'cover' .s.:. --crtJS V'of ;:: .. r'am -
;. hazel salve ask for DeWitt's collect taxes. chronic invalidismamong Mr. Burnsed says it was so darkat ,and Len.: ..;.::er t ;r"'tiull: ';t ctr. I
women arc caused .- the nine: that he could not cam: spii '.. ,t a. t.v.t.f ;- .'. :c inrtarty .'# ....'.-.11''I'.. .
\i Witch Hazel Salve, well known as DURING APRIL, 1900. : the white ire:'.' .t...t"L'mr.. 'Itl ycurestburn *- :::!
a certain cure for piles and skin Starke, 2d and 3d. directly by ignoranceor tell whether men were I! 1)ysp:psl:. i;.:";", ,<:T iC ': :: \.: + .
diseases. Beware of worthless improper treatment when or colored. Flatlii' ., ::, .....:; -.on.: .. t"lU':!, R .
Griner schoo', 4th a. m. } !l' -
of the {
the beginning S ck I1i' ,.t.o. an4
they arc at : agl.l .tyo
counterfeits. They are dangerous. Theressa, same day, p. m. the menstrual period Mrs. Calvin Zimmerman, Miles-!oliot11e A" .r l:; pef, .....:L": :' Ofl. 'it {. iPoj \. .

J. L. Gaskins. Hampton, 5th, a m. G. F. P. (Gerstte's Female burg, Pa., says, "As a speedy cure ;; i-.:;Jt...ROCa: fet.'lelas': ."' ::.'r".-.... ,l"\.L.-. ,-.,. ... I":>..-. ..,.'f. .
ILj.lla:' l -\ ll""Ji&ht.r".I': Is.ueU 3 ,'I. '; '
tt:. Tate Powell the courteous and Zif, same dav. p m. Panacea) taken at this time will for coughs, colds:, croup and so H j Preyat a : r' ". "WIT1., ] a .:::... ti'itcpa.. 'a'' vi. '". fJ; I.
if{ obliging salesman in the store cf Ward City, 6th, a. m. start the delicate female organism throat One Minute Cough Cure :Isj! .... ...- ..-..-_...... ... "t.!I. ..."t...",. ... ; I>',.!." ..7..:.. ",,,'h iJ t
Litesville, same day, m. is ta\7.* j __ __. __ ) ,
It "J'f,1
the Starke Drug Company, is p. along the tight and regular unequaled. pleasant .1.1I : ,... .- 't .
I t his Sampson, 9th, a. m. Mothers, start a girlright heartily recommend it to r::o..h-.I| -- :., I,'"
from a boil on right path. -\ J .F.l
suffering .
g ... ; : 'j4 ..
New River, same day'p. m It is the harmkss rcrrc i FOR., tr ..,'f.
;. arm near the wrist, but is able to and she will be healthyand ers. only > rT"Fr J la. was 53.j. ,, to.
in Joe Dowling's, xoth. dy that produces immediate *;? I Acres :
I.t the best cool drinks happy. tl -
f. ?
dispense Thirty tic.lcst-ksday.! : ; 3hair
.t; .
The collector wi:1 be at Starke -J dalllfbter...ri1renntr wttJa great beutnlr do suits. It cures bronchitis, pnetf 1
town just the same. Ialn8 And bttkiche durtn her monthly per1 L 8be Of tbe"Vi&: J/4Pi'0j ? f-r' ... .
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and remain till books close after had rtolent nervous ipelU which prodore4. A peenierq.lvsrleg monia, and throat and lung -
8b.n *d O." p end gnppe "arhthgii'arter ( .. .t. '
and jerking.natlon. the northeaste: .rtf' .
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Wm. Orr, Newark, 0., says, "We April 16th. All palaa were removed and tile "Jerking ItOpped.8be diseases. It will preveLt consump 1Jl \ .
'medicine in the they. t
Psneces II the -. : ( '
t never feel safe without One Min- W. J. EPPERSON, Ass'rG. world.thinks 1 think your It Is the beet Etta I ever Buu...for,"alab young,AI>riLNaar tion. J. L. Gaskins.For nortbwest"uate'of thegrrsl err .j. :1 jW ]f
: house. Itsaved W. ALDERMAN Col. the : .7f
ute Cough Cure in the i'.
little life when he If yonr CM U not folly eoTW d by our fill BUS"nW.TnY Sale. I 71, in.toms ft. :apulI-Nrif''e? :, ..fcvseeW'J .. }
had the pneumonia. We think it I A Little Known Fact. Writ la eonfld<'8 for trw advice toL.l.DIE.lIlUL 160 acres of land, well timbered, east of the, t. w y __ O" )-;vi, V,,.>" 1 1' 'J
L QenUe"0.
is the best medicine made." It I That the majority of serious diseases chstt&sSs TR CLm...gave T_ six miles trom Melrose, Cay coun- For,$30f- 1.i..1 y;'- =:. '. ;; ,; .
cures coughs and all lung diseases. i originate in disorders of the PRICK I 1.00 A BOTTLE. ty. Price reasonable"vor will ex- Write o"'e .. .j ,l..... rn..... .;' .
Pleasant take harmless and I j Foley's Kidney Cure is If your drofflK does not Handle G.W.P. uk him to change for village property. Ad ";'. ,'". #.
to kidneys. tend for It, otLerwl..Dd ni your order and U.DO&114we "! ,,. .
L. it if will apply you direct,eipremga prepaid. dress. Mrs. S. J. Benedict, KastRandolph I .1t Jfluln t.h"if! :. .
gives immediate. results J. guaranteed. Try to-day you ...OER8TLE A CO.. Chattanooga,Tenn. I t:
, Gaskins. are not feeling vell. J. L. Gaskins. N. Y. 2-i6-5t .1"?, .,'..2,';..' Wr. tII. .:.f': !; I "tk ir. '.1-
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A Good Citizen Gone. ACCIDENTAL DEATH.

F LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Mr. Joseph Thomas died at his GBNERAL IIiI A.LTH9
;jft ...., home in Starke Thursday morning, Child's Neck Broken by a "RyIng- ...
.i : M visited Jacksonvilleon Jenny." with no specific name, ;
J. :Truby March 29th/ ot cancer, at-the age
';'';T\\, '::.;.. business Thursday. of 70 years. Little Mamie Syle the 8-year-old 1 mSEASE'I ,to heart combine trouble stom

Chas. F. Pace, of Jacksonville, The deceased was a native of daughter of Mr. and Mrs Eugene and a host, of :
.,.-.,. visited his parents here last Sun.i Nova Scotia, but moved in early Syle, was thrown from a "flyingjenny" ,and which can be described -
; life to Quincy, Mass.. where he and instantly killed last only by saying you feel "all .
r day. I knocked out" and "good for nothing.-
>"J lived until 1877, when he moved to Sunday afternoon abont I o'cloc1 that kidneys are overburdened .
i ': ., Mrs. J. Dud'ey Williams, of Florida and settled here Since near Tberessa eight miles south means and need your relief. :

,;;: =* Gainesville, is a guest of Mrs. J. that time he had been a constant east of Starte. Kidney derangement is almost always \'
.i.,"'. '-J:, M. Truby. resident of Starke and his exemplary The children had nstructe at the bottom of general ill health.
'" ._ but he
:eF. *-' f life had won for him a high the "flying-jenny" by driving a Your doctor knows this usually
bey; ':: Mrs. N.V.. Francis departed p.& treats the various!! symptoms one at a time. ,
=n: ..:' Thursday for a visit with relatives place in the confidence and esteemof in the top of a stump and placing Foley's Guaranteed Kidney Cure
,- his fellow-citizens. His death over it a long piece of scantlingwith gets at the bottom of these troubles and
nd.I .
: at Orm I 1
,, causes profui,d sorrow throughoutthe an auger hole bored in the cures them all at once. ;"

.::; t E. P. Ward, of Ward City, was community.Mr. middle and so arranged that the You risk. Satisfactory results are guaranteed. ,
transacting business in Starke Thomas was a consecrated beam balanced. On each end of run no

WednesdayMiss Christian, his every act in life denoting this scantling one or more of the
. him a true follower of the children mounted, and then they For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best-
Olive is visiting her
Ray precepts of the blessed Xazarene were sent flying around the circle
brother Prof. L. C. at Port
Ray and his wise counsel will be greatly by a companion who shoved -
t Tampa City missed by the First Baptist churchof against the beam. Sunday after- *
Move to Altchua. |
Mrs. F R. Morgan and children this city, of which he was one of noon little Mamie Syle in company LAKE BUTLER. j I t May
I will leave Saturday for a visit with the oldest and most active mem-i with several other children were 1 Capt and Mrs. W. H Anthony-
relatives at Daytona bers. enjoying the delights of the "merry Newsy Gossip From that Thriving j II will probably; move to Alachua;

' The death of such a man as Mr go-round," and were going at a Town. some time in the near future. They,
Mrs. L A. Reynolds, of River ty Our Regular Corre pondent. theA S. R & ;,
Thomas is a distinct and irreparable high speed when the peg at tht I new schedule on q
r. Junction, is visiting her mother, 'oss to the community and the center broke and all hands werethrown J W. Jones and S. M. Rhodes 1i I causes the crew ot the passenger:
: : : Mrs E. Johns, of this city. oaid another visit Sun- they
ft- sorrow of our citizens generally is to the ground with great Macclenny train to spend the night at
: ::. Major T. E. Bugg is visiting mingled with that of his bereaved vio'ence In the fall the heavy day. There is evidently some t I other end of the line, and Starke
. '.. his daughters at Bartow. The wife, daughter and other relatives. beam came down across the luck fair attraction in that locality for may lose l several families by 'the;:

major will return home Sunday. The funeral services will be con- less little girl with such force as to hese gentlemen. change.
ducted from the First Baptist break her neck The parentsof The New Cash Store" is hav-
'j.'.:: Miss Ethel.Hackett has return- church this morning at 10 o'clock the child were summoned at ing a new awning placed in front i A Strong Fort;;cation.:;:,

..' ed home from Winter Park, where and the interment will be in Crosby -i once, but she was gasping her ')f their establishment.Mr. Fortify the body against disease\,
: she had been attending Rollins last breath when they reached the Welis, who formerly resided
cemetery I has 'by Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso-1
'.". College. scene of the sad accident. Worthington Springs rented -
.. '. ----- the large brick store belonging lute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia .
', Hickok & Acker Performance.The
;: Weeks and Mrs
Mrs. C.
.' J. Theressa Mention. o Mr. Smilley on Main street and stomach malaria
. ,';' ": James Loeb returned to Jacksonville performance given by the Th young people of our village will very son open up a large sour ,
v-, 'i' t Thursday after a short visit Hickck & Acker Specialty and have organized a debating society, .stock ot merchandise. constipation, jaundice, biliousness --;

;. ';": ,. with relatives here. Concert Company at the opera which meets every Saturday night The officials ot the J. & S.v.. and all -kindred troubles.U

,', ; Father Edward Pace, of Wash. house Wednesday evening was The meetings are growing in inter-, railroad made a tour of inspection "The Fly-Wheel of Life"!;
witnessed audience that
by a large ;
', t. ? ington, D. C., is a guest at the est and are always largely attendedby over the line TuesdayW. '
',: ( home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs was thoroughly pleased by the both old and young The seat C Townsend is at home fora Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are||

'.:.r= :'. G. E. Pace, of this city. wonderful of Mr. Ernest L. ing capacity of the school hous few days with his family. the fly-wheel of life. I shall ever'3:
.,.. ,- Hickok, Wi 's youngest magi- was taxed to its full capacity 'by Several houses in town have
:'.;, .,'. Miss Helen Richard arrived cian, who in used many of the the young debators and their been invaded by petty thieves the be grateful for the accident that-:*|;

;L: Thursday from Cedar Keys and latest magical no.e1tiesand delighted friends at the last meeting of the past week. Their purpose seems brought them to my notice.I feel jl

will visit relatives here until Sat- the audience: with his clever society. mainly .to secure something to eat. of life f
if I had lease
a new
urday before proceeding to Jack presentation of the great Hindoo J. H. Moore, who is numbered J. T. Futch is having a neat as
o sonville. box mystery. This 'trick itself is among our most enterprising citi hons'built on a lot back of Mrs. J.Fairleigh,Platte Cannon,ColTuft's 1|

worth the price of admission, and zens, is just now giving evidenceof 1 a m nters dwelling. This house, Liver Pills ::
LOST On March loth dark Mr Hickok it with such
a performs h s er terprise building a new when completed will be for rent fft
,./ gray sack coat, five miles from cleverness as to provoke the ap house and opening up a new farm. Mrs. Wynn, widow oCVi 1
1 I. Starke, on the Sanderson road plause even of persons who have The strawberries of this sectionare Wynn, who was killed several '-J

Finder will be rewarded by returning seen it before all right. Our growers are go- years ago, res dine inVest Lake
; it to this office or to G. M. As a ventriloquist Mr. hickok ing to have a large yie'd, as usual, Butler, has been adjudged insaneE. COFFINS, .1

't Bennett. has few superiors, and the per- and wil: get choice prices becausethe L 0- om made Jacksonvillea "
turmance of his family of "\Voodsheads" fruit is choice. some berriesare business trip Saturday. CASKETS 1
R. C Miles, representing Fur- was greatly enjoyed.The i :
already bemg shipped and we William Johnson has secured a
'.- man, of New York, and G. A specialties introduced were i and a full line of 1.
will soon be in the midst of one of position witlj} the Street Raihvay
Ford, representing 'Wilkinson & new and catchy and won hearty I our best seasons Co., of Jacksonville.April UNDERTAKERS'
4 Son, of Philadelphia, are domiciled 3
applause.Mrs. Citizens of this section have recently 1st a new schedule will' go SUPPLIES
? at the New Commercial for the
been offered $10 per acre into effect on the J & S.V.. rail: ."'"
i strawberry SeasOA.r Willsteiter and daughter, Always on hand. The best :i
for lands, but have refused it Our road. Regular trains will be run
sister and niece of Mrs A. L0 know and do Alachua service at the lowest 1
s. Mrs. S. M. Crews and little people a good thing through to station.V.
F art, daughter and Miss Eva Dixon will visitors Kirn, and Mesdames Mrs. von Birkenhower Kim's other not care to dispose of their real Y. Mangum, of the Telephone prices. :
:':. eave today for Ft. Worth, Texas, senior and junior, and Mrs Harries estate holdings. Company. spent Su iday in Sp cUJ attention Telegraph OrdrraQ. !
_.,,, j.. where they will visit an aunt ol Lake Butler with his wife. I :
a and Harold tew
or son, departed a Twenty-five Cents : Elder Daugherty preached at C. LIVINGSTON. :5
x Mrs. Crews and Miss Dixon
days since for Newark, N. J Their '::
They will be away until next fall Will pay for the Saturday editionof the Christian church Sunday morn '-\
departure from Florida was hastened the Jacksonvi'le!' Metropolis, a ing and night to large audiences.The w

. r Col. W. T. Weeks and Captain by reason of their hostess fall large 8 or 12 page paper, from now recent heavy tains are caus- A FREE PATTERN 1

J. C. Richard attended the meet ing a victim to the prevailing la until November loth by mail only, ing the farmers to look a little I OIer o-.s ...+c'lo.) sb.reniet. Bw.nf.l e1.
: ing of the executive committee ot grippe. The TELEGRAPH is pleased and $2 will! pay for the Daily Met- long faced. But remember the. J.t.4W ugy7a&pt.ut..M7 4 umur.neo oil r'
I I w t+wdada-ta.
that Mrs Kim is
the second congressional district to state von ropolis from now until November long dry season J last year and the t.a>
in session at Palalka last Tuesday. now very much improved loth, for cash in advance only. abundant crop which followed [MCU.SYy:
The committee called the conven --- The object ot this unparalleled of- \ Town Marshal E. A Richardsonhad

;, tion for May 22d at Gainesville. The store of the Starke Drug fer is to give the people of Florida: misfortune to get a fish ]I MAGAZINE l
:3 Company has been undergoing a a chance to keep posted on the bone fastened in his throat and it'I h
Mr and Mrs Frank A. transformation and is now hand- 'lI
Bag'ey news of the coming political campaign proved so serious he thought it Drwntftklxif. .eoaom its. ttaej work:,bowbold hh t. -;
some enough to be creditable to a tart (tor***, current topic*. .te tatvertb fA>.4a7. 7
have returned from St. -I
Petersburg at extreme'y' low cost. and best to go to Starke to consult! Dr I. o.lrra..rti L4.1M ..uw. e..atarteria.
v and will spend a few days here be town much larger than Starke also to make them better acquainted Stewart He left Tuesday morn- y
'f' fore going north. They were much The opening of the cool drinks with the leading free silver and 1 :[1
t -' r pleased with St Petersburg as art season will be appropriately celebrated ing.The
Bryan newspaper in the state. Its infant of Mr. and Mrs. J.
: resort and will probably divide their by this popular establish cartoons are alone worth doub'ethe : P. Dowling has been" very ill of I

i "drng'k4r "winters hereafter between Starken4.that"place. ment one night next week. The money. la grippe, but now it is thought to
band will furnish music for the
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be much better.J. .
occasion.Dr. For Sale.
. 4:1 G. C. Sanderson, representing J. Moore, who has been so-
On o'clock
April 7th 10 a. m.,
O. attended the
W. H. Michael & .Son, Philadel J. Haynes journing at Macon, Ga for several
4 of the Grand Lodge I. O. at my home in Starke, I wilt offer vat lad...&J--.t1rr.sad Utde ettndr.a- Tit..
'-4- phia. commission merchants, is meeting weeks past, returned home a few i &a1..I..duC'.eaert Bot attjUxed byth..y .of MfotberiUMra
; for sale' the bidder for .
to B&T..O
: O. F. in session at Tallahasseethis highest eg9a1 tot 1CJIe sad perfed I
domiciled the New Commercial !!
at cash ten acres of fine vegetable' days since to recuperate, having
for the season. Mr. Sanderson is week.J. land, adjoining the Hoehle place, been indisposed most of the time M S CALL

a very affable gentleman and rep G. Alvarez calls attention toa on Crosby late Also, household since his departure from Starke.M. .

resents one of the best houses in fine line of seasonable goods in furnishings, consisting of organ,
the It is not B. Smith, Butternut, Mich., LPATTEPJ1S'W
country. strange,
r his advertisement to-day. Read it. sewing machine, beds, bedroom
-t therefore that he has the pleasure says. "DeWitt's Little Early t
suits kitchen furnishings, etc
rf shipping a very large proportion Dr. van Elderen is at Gainesvillethis : Risers are the very best pils I I: Z .HT.p.ito ethw. O.ly I.an. u..nr, ei-eo.. -
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hlrL f*!M is nearly ew-ery eft ar.4&0. or eyed
'" ; of Bradford counV' annual straw- week, having gone to that cityto ever used for costiveness. liver and i Aik cor them D.ohtelr..q latest aptoddaa K7>K

harry Crop. deliver a lecture. Subscribe for the 1 LEGR.-\PH. bowel troubles." J L. Gaskins. THE DIeCALL. .COMPANY.U .
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j>< ;To get business, Dress Goods Skirts and Notions and


fThat's what we are here We are showing some Waists Sh Des- Family. 1

DPI tT.' of Summer
t ei8 HcDv more of it, lovely pieces Our line of Notions con- {

t .i .the c'a ion eyer before Dress Goods-plain and We have a pretty line of sists of the latest noveltiesin Groceries '

,, fipund but one figured Lawns, Organdies, ladies Summer Skirts and Lad.es' Belts, Buckles
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hat giving the Swiss, Silk Ginghams, Shirt \Vaists.Vhite, Handkerchiefs, Hose In I Groceries we always 4

u t g : aV the very Madras, Silk Chambrays, light and dark blue Duck, Ties, Underwear. etc,, and endeavor to carry a fresh >'

c $and treating etc. You should call and white figure, crash and Gentlemen's Belts, Socks,I sock of highest grade

"r eke 'f jWe are examine. our stock. The :! covert-cloth, Skirts from Underwear, Collars! Ties, I goods, and the growth of

1 aIvi 'tqlhave you Shirts, etc. Inspect 1 business line
our our in this
) : Shirt Waists I
will suit
t' toSc?'whether goods you and ; 75C up. 1
examine oi I line of Shoes and is
; get our: proof that our effortsare
the from
prices are right. Sex up.
gbtil: .prices. I: appreciated.


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