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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: April 6, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. XXI. STARKE, FLORIDA, APRIL 6, 1900 NO.,,42." ,." ,

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Commissioners' Proceedings.The W. B. HAYNES. N. J. JONES .

*iiiii board of county commissioners # ,V" '" '* .

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'ar Tuesday, April 3d. Members all :
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. A.c Action on the petition for a ., ",.- I ..,. ;.'" ">f '
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public road from Guilford to Provi- t "" '

.,a ky'h pure. Drugs and dence was postponed until the next '

regular meeting of the board. Long satisfaction.

rompt attention I A petition tor a public road.from ,"t ,.,
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Highland to Raiford was received ,."; p l,-
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come to us. and ordered advertised by posting! Realizing this we have displayed our.Spring and Sum4, -.* :|
, .'. for thirty days. *<"&'JfM'
<. p J The time for the collection of mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than .
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= county was '-JAn usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowdin&:: fWA
e oie to May ;
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of $ts for the: ? .,
appropriation the season.COME" !I { ,
Especial care and prompt attention assistance of Mrs. Mattie Wynn, .
of Lake Butler, was made ,by.the *'
- E';!a given to the filling: of board and the amount was placed LOOK AT THESE. THEY'iM ':j ,, ;1
1'I with Commissioner Crews to be
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5t.4 expended for her maintainance PLEAS'YOU : 1)f ,
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',.;{kt I m during the next thirty days.W. ; .
W. Sapp was appointed in- Lawns-White Figured and Solid. ; J. 'PJ
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Js- ia "* spector of marks and brands for .
'il election district No.6.A OrgandiesEvery style,and 'kind. j' .' {/ :
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lSr. : f build bluff creekat :ol.; 1 :
1\; ; A FULL LINE OF FINE TOILET a bridge across : J
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the Walton ford was laid over (
Dotted Swiss
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.".:.' : ARTICLES ALWAYS ; until the next meeting.W. / :'
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lat 1' I ; ; STARKE DRUG CO. ; Cost sum bill in$10 the case of the statevs Linen LawnsBlack and Figured. ':'J ,. !(&fi ..:i. :e : .:-. .
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fee !i Bills and ,., J
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Dress CrashLarge quantity from 8cl to '
25c .
oL ordered drawn against the several .. pery.*, '
,--- -.-, ., _u funds as follows: PercalesEvery piece a beauty. J;;" -I jJ.lfl' -.;..5... .n
Is General bridge and bond, .
1f\ $277 ; .:".1: ..
!' 64 78.50 fiine and for- ': "
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J. /?. DAVIS <& CO., Economize:, "-1)" ,,-)' '.
Mr. C. H. Mills and Miss Annie : '" --.:
M. Cone were married at the residence ....,. '
t : STARKE, = :=I s FLA. of Mr and Mrs. J. M.Johns M V.D.IIIITIIr3COi '

.,, -- -- in this city Saturday evening *
at 8 o'clock, Elder Robert Keith :

r *iiii *i *ii *i *i officiating Only ,relatives and intimate -, :

,,,' friends of the bride and groom "" )'" .1 "'1, ..r
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i M o (Si ((8)) Mills is well known and very : .1 : I '
1 much esteemed in this section,
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:at. having spent the past two wintersat
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mother and stepfather, Mr. and !1
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N Mrs. Daniel Lynn His bride is a :
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11 eoIfIICIIao- + native of Starke .. .,,:. .1t'f! .1 I
< i the past few years one of the lead / '
@ ing young teachers of the county G roc ,
Q having twice held the position ol J 11.
L OPENING @
[\ ; assistant in the school at this place,

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larger schoo of the county. Both Are satisfying and nourishin :i\ j
lintyo-<<1a1.t.II'IIIAo. i @ @ have many friends who will wish
them great happiness. and make life worth}
Thursday and Friday Immediately after the ceremony living"h.: : :: [ ;
I VTr. Mills and bride left for Senoa. j
Ga., via Hampton and the G. S. &
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F. railway. They will reside at
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Senoa for the present. WANT SOMETHING COME TO THIS ST i 1;,-_ l

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: April ,13.1 Clark Withdraws GOOD J
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Hon. Frank Clark has withdrawn ::: ;'it ;
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KtAbHOM Jt1 oo leaving the field open to Congressman .:;":;(" ;' 3

I lutUI II- o In R.an W.open Davis.letter addressed .to G. Ct LIVINGSTONE .I.

ft :;f @ @ the democrats of the second district \
Mr. Clark announces his '!.. 0.
@ A cordial invitation is ap withdrawal from the race, and Card of Thanks. I J. G. Alvaf v f >z invites- 'thffTeaJs 3 #!

,-, a. speaks of the incident as markinghis Mrs Joseph Thomas and family to attend the spring opemihnerya 'i -'
1" .all.... '.: @ extended to all to see @ permanent retirement from extend their sincere thanks to all : ; ,bis store T '
p. politics. The TELEGRAPH is of day and. y, Aril ct3thJtea I
,LL the kind friends for their
however, that the many he invitati
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-- 1 the display.of exquisite democracy will hot allow the distinguished acts of kindness and sympathy in.frontpag#T he SEtF ti 'r <. ,
gentleman to hide his their great bereavement in the loss I don't forg e aate )_ )inet ) -
a light in any such manner, and that of husband and father. 'display iMHiner} hay ez'r been Oaf <;1 !F
his splendid attainments will yet MRS. MARY E. THOMAS, '1 made m nrke than will meet the %&r t '\.

f-i Pattern Has be demanded for the fulfillmentof BESSIE R. ARMSTRONG, eyes r of'tfieivisin. on this ocean> *?"f r'*jsion .1. ',; !t
)I.- important posts of nonor. GEO.- E. THOMAS ,
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And. Woman Accidentally Shot. Cake Walk.A [Rev.J.j 'orter, of Ocala was ,,. "

:: @ @ While pranking with a pistol cake walk will be given at the in'town,1ifiethours_ Wednesday.' .Ey+-K ; >

-1 ,.Monday night Lawrence Jones, opera, house thi>evening. Burnt) e had y J LaCrosse to de.,*Sf, J,' r ;'
Late Novelties. colored of Lincoln City, discharged -I cork will not be necessary! in the liver anu' ms at the 'anniverf3sary '
rays ; : the weapon and wounded his makeup, of the actors as their elebr3ira of the Baptist' ., '
resh i' !..wife. The ball took effect in thewoman's I completions are already suited to Sunday*sehodland_ camein, ovcr
right foot inflicting a I the.work. The entertainment is the A. SR. & G.ceedingjto '
radeh < o wound. to be given by the darkies who his home '
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of' LR a J. G ALVAREZ. I j j painful Dr. Francis was called to the 1 recently made a hit with a cake, train byef.the F. C: : r rChas.

lineforts :, j woman Tuesday morning and walk in Lincoln City. It is;'tqS'be .
@ !'found her suffering considerablyfrom repeated this evening.at theopera. .Tort wG "r
the wound. The bullet was house for the amusement of the colored citizen'of t sect'

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ITARKE.BRADF. RDCOU, : 4, }' r.AT.h1W.- .

!E'l Offlcejn: Bank Building" !,; Surke, Fra'r
-:. e. MATTHEWS.. PiMlsber. .
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grow'paying
S C. WILLS. M D.,
'. -8UB8CEIPTIoS and always <*. '..... For JOHN
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.-..F. .ODe Yea%,.....;....-'......::........... sale everywhere. Refuse substitute] 3
AND
:; UzMonths.,........................ Stick to Ferry gseda and prosper. PHYSICIAN SURGEON.
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:.,. ': : ThreeMonias...................... ., 1900 Seed Annual tree. Write for It. | DISEASES OF WOMfcJJ AND, ORSTETPICS. ..AbPECI..LLTY. '
.1 D. M. FERRY A CO.. Detroit.Mica. *
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ond-class Matter. STA; 1t>.,E. FI.A.ATTORNKYAT .
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=,";. ... In almost every neighbcrhocdthere Ci;

f i1'} Starke Fla. a is some one whose .life has E."U\iGG. ;?
*;t Apr. .
: been saved by Chamber ain's Colic, 91'HtS.

f-- "''1i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
LAW. .
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: \. -: There are no new cr who has been cured of chronic .- .
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,\ ; F in the state campaign. diarrhoea by the use of that medi- Corner Cherry and Jackson Street Stark a

I', .r __ __ cine. Such persons make a pointof
of it whenever ,J.T. WILLS ,> A. V. WYO
The good roads telling opportunity 0.. '

::7 r not be allowed to die out ; offers, hoping that"it may be the ILLS & lJ>XGf "
i : of other lives. For d
ll ford Good means saving Y --- .
county. sale by J. L. Gaskins, druggist; '
:J..:Y., settlers. ATTORNK.Y8ATLAW.Officein .
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"Ptbringgood --* -

, .,'',',j.' With all her adversities < Jones: "Why do you say'she reminds ?"-
you of brown sugar

vicissitudes and Brown: -Because she's sweet but T II. COLSON. SI. D.,.

; ', \ '| dais pre-eminently the unrefined." t.e -:

.. \ 4| round state.in the Union. PHYSICIAN AND lUfON,
, :: : : Pains In the Back. .
'.; J' ;';' N.at one arid the same time 8TAHfiE, FLA., .
A B Farrington, Coristahia, N.1
; i man's friend, the ; i Office in G.tskiua' Drug Store.
Y. "L troubled several
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years: kidney
h'of'" .. ,.Jum.-Pa'atka had ert d servere pains in the back I M. GOKXTO.. .'
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1 tF w4j used Foley's Kidney Cure and.one

I, t -. ; [ If we have anything to a bottle cured me recommend it ATTOUXKYATtLAW.COMMERCIAL ;

f I" the TELEGRAPH will to friends. It has
'."; ; to my given per-
!tt1-, : .,'- y,.. the editor's face.- : her fect satisfaction Take no substi- PRACTICE, A SPECIALTY.STAUKE. ;* .
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ti"., I cuse. their tute. J. L. Gaskins. FLA.

/' That fellow writes in- -.-. ;

J ": j L with a private grave < I There are always 1,200,006 peo- ,LEG ALt NOTICES; i
I afloat the of the MMMMAA>ti>"X"V.LhhJ.MLhhhnNAdministrator's ,
< cent pie on seas world 1
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Right to Ugliness.
I la hereby 'd'f'1I that all person in-
: (: burying ground of his { as- NOTICE The who is in face
woman lovely '
. I late of Rrftdfon! countywilt pay the name
,. t she form and temper will always have to thMimlendffoert without delay rand all ptrHODS %!
.:f >Because the candidates having claim ay alMt said estate must
friends, but'one who wou'd' be attractive .' present them duly Authenticated..' within two ..
( i.1I.t ; "rty. offices have not J. health' If Fear*,or this notice Will be plead in bar..f their
, must keep'her recovery. 8. M. CREWS
.,i -i I $.themselves need not be she is weak, sickly and all run March 18.1900.Administrator.. s

4 Xmas an indication of a down, she will be nervous and ir-

. i 'lp the crop. There will be ritable. If she has constipation or Notice for Publication.

{ !k jm later on. It is- i kidney trouble, her: ,impure blood LUND Omca.r GAIKCBTILLK-FLA.
will cause pimples, blotches, skin March 12.19W.VJOTICE .
''P: I Deeded that a short with eruptions' and a wretched ishervlijr d'eu-that.the foliowinz-
com- 1* named settler l baa filed notice of hfa lutenfc -
"Noes Tor all persons plexion Electric Bitters is 'the >n U make final proof Ia rapport of bfe claim.

' none of the candidates ad best medicine, in the world to regulate and and that Receiver said proof Oaioe will niIJe be made,:Florida before,on Register .

hr season. ? 'st mach, liver and kidneysand APRIL 2tST1DOO; :
t i! to : to purify the blood. It gives Hi:Daniel R. Epwardx. La wtay.Florida. Hd. :
.. : doss-for the. WH] r-f Sec.. .. :Z.Tp. ft S.. Hang*3 ,
nerves"; bright= eyes smooth! Emat. < *
News of strong
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He names the follnwhir witnesses to prove his
than velvety skin,''rich complexion:. ,If wntinuooa residence .upon and cultivation of
ty'iII
; suspended will make charm- mkl land,vht:
a good-looking,
: A. A.. Leuiaeks. Chas S. HIlL Win. Conway
enditure of a great deal The ing womantof a run down invalid. Sr.,and Wm. Lemacks,all of Lawtey. Flori.la.

e yen an'attempt to establish. ; Sold Only Sod at J L Gaskins. IS- W.O.ROBINSOS.Notice. Rrg.ter.'S.

I uninviting field. t'I. .
After LaO prl -What? .
; very'much like all !

s; terprises.. They )" Usually a racking cough anda THE UBderrigned, assignee nf J. F. P.:Me-
4 general feeling of weakn ss.Folefs .for benefit of creditors hereby rives
jncyaf; nook, that haxinf: m' de final statement of all
4sufli Honey and Tar is guaran- natters penainit-tr b> wx-b' position, will atterthirty
''x ,lhep lei outi- And days' publication hereof in the BUDroaD
-, teed the
to
cure "grippe cough" %>tn TT TcLcaatpB. a newxpapr pablishcd inarke.
i..--;. the cu&bm when it and make you strong and well, J .Bradford CtMinty, Florida apply to the
Yz' Judge of the 4th j'idiclal circuit of Florida tor 4
L Gaskins. letters of discbarge. as such an8 ki sa6.6od: W- a APP. .t
igoen.etc ;t
Ic- etee I London has a population of --
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*- dtahei jr he TELEGRAPH l citi- 4250000. equaling' the combined Notice for PI hlleatior.. I.

i s'itjj Tht _, 'I : a populations: of Paris, Berlin, St. LARD On-'ct'-a AT:OAnrUTILL vU" '.
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.ht. Petersburg and Rome. March IS.Iron J
cab atah : NOTICE henbyi.eD that for folio winir1 ;
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T ..namea settler bb tied notice of his intention I
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]Hi What Two Cents, Will Do. to make final proof iD snpuort of his claim. *
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and that Mfc)proof Will be made before Rerfater a. I
t& ? \'y \ and Receiver at Oal YU1r. Florida Q "
r'x r Vibe sympathy of It,will bring relief to sufferers on ?
s-o APRIl:ttST. 1900, -
L r ns; id the state --who bed. t om asthma consumption, event .Iz:Alfred A. LrmackH.of Lawtej. Florida. d. I

r'i tol' C 1a; :: system of C' to worst cases: This is about :1 2&Cfi.E. for the SWH of See t. Tp. 8 8.. Range 'I'

i ,,, ..and ; Cial equality 1 what one dose of Foley's Honeyand continuous H!names residence the following upon witnenses and cultivation to prove of aid his'

Tar costs. Isn't-it; worth a land,via: D. R,E.1 1 ard. Chas. RT Hill. WmAdministrator's .
- ::7 |iiA lur. contemporary tria'? J. L. Gaskins. ,t nway.8r''nd W'bI.Leniacta.all of Lawtey. :
\ Jlortda. .w. 0.ROBINSON ;
[ asaiunMtfthat' we meant it 16&6t Register. J

m ttfejor orients of,Mr. Why doesn't the woman who 1
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b -cfn PViJV i Notice.
.' ':}*p tbize vwth r the CO- 1 ." married a poor man for love want :
1i 1L xr CiS- iirmnki. /. her daughter to,do likewise? TJOTICE in hereb' given that alt pervms-In- *
Tbis ,
il.. ; ... is a very the l' debtedtotheevtateotBenjaminKite.de- \.1'
r} 1Ir.splitting -M --
but the ceued. late of firfttffofd coontr will t>av the
:" it, Noted Healer In Town. same to the anderaed wtehont delay; and all i
'" ::44 r d B iryeditoria lhat prrnooshavlogelaima 8 ainst saM estate mast 1 ,
r The greatest healer of modern present them duly autbentleatMl. within two .
'' ''r tot fair years.or this notice will be plead In bar of their i
1 i T L times is Banner Salve, for cuts, rwcorery. 5

'jjjjjjjp* -J&fy nlegnt ] ; wounds, sores, piles and all skin D.M.OORNTO.HFKTFR Km, .
: : diseases March 23. 1900. raW
,. Nothing raore It is guaranteed. J. L. AdmiDiac. j

: & li Thc. LLS-J;* coducadbp w Gaskins. _._ notice Or Dissolution. ,1

.-p-4vfjad AL a Mistress: "Why ,Bridget t
K K5 $ have your fingers in the soup." .1." ahlp' b"retorOJ't'xfatJlI between &_L.
Riewart. M. D..aDd B.P Smith doing bUIIfDt'te
l e'belfefit oft -i Bridget (pleasantly):. "Oh, don't nuderthefrm name ..i.style of the Ptarke
FitS '*-- '* Drug CotDtxnlbar thfc dab-en dissolved,
it's hot. by
also worry, mum, not '
mntnalconsenVE. 1i
taken SlJ
Stewart
*- ave I having sold' h.
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'-%, v --- IDWft iD SAid busies to B. P.Smith.who win
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VSituaiioncriticise : continue the buiae,asaomibg all liabilitfes ot
p
sr.n Running sores- ulcers boils; &be frm. *4-
a pimples .. #Z.LSTEW ARTJI.D.,
?' r ; etc., quickly B P.SX1TIL
t cr. ;*making mpriw ments = and Banner Salve, the most 'healing Sr.arte. Fla.,Marctr 21.1900.i .
V iwO- 1-23-4c jj
'" -wito be necessary t'ne! .. salve in' the world. No other .'t.J .

,.f *C ;h'ds taken the trqub'e to I "just as good." J. L., Gaskins. --1 '

.tt.tr $'''examination of N tapa, 25 I Sheriff''-. Sale.

t f L. UNDER and br Ti;1ue of a writ of fl.-fa.Issued
r 1 jti aview to showing: ihaSirieh'whop'rhpnse I Skin Diseases.' the Circuit Court. Fourth Judicial
f. t' if i I I I I Ciwult of Florida inand: for "( Brad-
fond in*certain caii 1le there pewlinj wherein -
t- For the C. Pratt was complainant and Wm Baaeke IP
: -t-ii;: 'quite'as nits I I. Letter. BaIt epeedyand Permanent Cure of was defendant levy baa, been made upon the .1 J
rheUm'aud eczemat ..(- nS2TnCJKSPen5' t the'a.teadaDC. to-Wit:
tfie-lf"1 8Ijieiowtta al-'d' i berlaiD's, Eye and ,8kfu Oiatmentiie 'lurretiuBared 9uty8iBail! Steel Rails,'aDd
without 1 will sell the same at pabUe .0I eI'J'.1II front of
an equal It relieves
.. the
s. others 3 .I ec. the court house door In the town of S& rte dartnc .
C: i af:, ing and I smarting almost instantly and the legal hours of use OD Monday.
Lc u skJ'< re.ezs .,J I its ''continued use effects a permanent THE SEVENTH DAY OF MAY.1900.
i v rezR l, !: I !I cure It also cures itch, bar rh. to the highest bidder for cash. "
I scald head
i'b 8or'enipplds.itebfntPWea 8. B. DXNH4RK.
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granulated tide .'
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": l$ iuncil, *y on in Dr. Cadj Condition Powder for .. .
I r horses are the beat tonic t
blood 1
nainea andion ; purifier
4 andverlnifnge:S price 2S cents:!;gold by $1.00 ?ELM ItAPB.:" $l.OO i

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IS OUTFOItPRESIDENT QUEEN IN IRELAND.Her SENATE PASSES BILLPorto ALLEN FULLER HANGED. : i-'l* >TO'' fAUlt. ;


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Royal Majesty ,Is Well Received -
Had .FOR
No Statement to Make Except -

By Emerald Isle of Tfl BOERS
That He Was Innocent
Rican Tariff Measure Gees
Subjects.
the Murder of firs.Pottle._ ,:., : '"

A London,special says: Queen Victoria Through Uppar House, Allen Fuller, the negro who murdered ,'

,t left Windsor Monday evening en Mrs. Eugenia Hamilton, Pottle(; ,

Admiral Says That fle Will Ron route for Ireland. Her majesty-was on the night of November 20lh- 1899. Assistant Secretary ,of the I Interior
accompanied by Princess Christinaand VOTE WAS FORTY TO THIRTY-ONE: '
in the Bibb at
banged jail
q. was county,, !
as an Independent. Prince Henry, of Battenbnrg, and Macon, Ga., Monday morning Resigns ._ '

attended by the countess of Antrim, llepubllcan Victory Was ,Anticipatedand The negro.'made no confession and -- ..

Hon. Harriet Phipps, Sir Arthur merely stated, when he was given an

RESCINDS HIS FORMER DECISION Biggs, Private Secretary to the QueenSir There Were.. NoSurpd.e. ; opportunity to srjeakthat what he'had HE OU F.S-.KRUfiER'S CAUSE .
Fleetwood Edwards, keeper of her i said was true. .

,.. majesty's privy purse, and Captain No newspaper men were allowed to .

Through the New York World He Ponsonby.The The Porto Rican tariff bill was be present by Judge Felton, and only -
of. the channel the ministers of the gospel were allowed a
passage was passed! .through the senate Tuesday aa Has Just Returned From Tour of
: flakes Announcement of His smooth and the queen suffered no in the jail besides the physi- -

t a Candidacy. discomfort although she expressed was anticipated. The vote was 4Q to cians and the officers who were needed. South Africa. and Is Loaded

i regret that the premature departure 31. There were sixteen absentees all Fuller's remarkable nerve failed himas With Information. "

I from Holyhead, owing to the threat- of them paired. Of the Republicans, he walked on the gallows. The t I,
1K K ening weather conditions, should cause officers had to hold him on the trap-
A special from Washington says all voted for the bill except Davis of
her Irish subjects disappointment. It door when Sheriff Westcostt; pulledthe A Washington ppecial Webster
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i that Admiral authorizes the Minnesota Proctor of Vermont Wel- says l
,\: Dowey had been officially announced that shewould trigger, as he had fallen forward Davis assistant of the "
","" New York World to announce to the reach Kingstown, seven miles lington of Maryland, Mason of Illinois against the railing. secretary

--:,";t American people that after mature reflection from Dublin, at 5:30 p. m. Tuesday Nelson of Minnesota, and Simonof The attending physicians say that interior, tendered his resignation, to -' 4

i ; and in response to the earnest instead of 2, p. m., but at the latter Oregon. Senator Hoar was paired the execution was one of the most successful President McKinley' Monday. He J ',' ..
, hour the Victoria and Albert loomedup that they have ever -witnessedand will go on the lecture platform in J;:
j entreaties from all parts of the against the bill. Mr. McEnery, of
':' through the haze and rain and was that the negro's neck was broken. interest of the Boers. thai. ..;t1
\ ; country, his former decision not under greeted with the thunder of 21 guns. Louisiana, was the only Democrat Fuller slept well Sunday night and In an authorized statement -=i t,
for the bill. a :
t '. any circumstances to run for the from each ship of the British channel paired what ate a hearty breakfast Monday morn- out, Mr. :Davis says,that as result of.: !; ,, ,
j presidency is rescinded. squadron. The vote was approximately ing. Up to the last moment he seemed his visit to the Transvaal he feels impelled : i- ;'' r
; .11 s had been for it. With the
.;:., ,' Thousands bad poured into Kings- prophesied to show little dread of the ordeal to tender his resignation as : #;; ; : .
A World
: correspondent saw the ad- votes the total would
eight
paired ,
'1 town regardless of the pelting rain, before him? and not until he was on sistant secretary of the interior. ,; .
.. miral at his home in Washington, which luckily ceased about 5 o'clock 0 have been the 48 which was SenatorForaker's the trap did he show any Weakness. will at an early date deliver. lect as"J; ,t f" .. ..
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1 Tuesday evening. Admiral Dewey and they braved the cold winds and estimate. The streets on each side of the jail in"the.interest of the South Afrirepublic. i K' ;t
There was much excitement at the
: and the parka in the center were '
'.' said: murdered mud until midnight. The -
1 'r_ "I realize that the time has arrived celebrations were confined to an illum- capitol The building during the was entire crowded day.with visi- crowded with negroes, who began toa.emble Mr. Davis feels that this is the befit j 11i

:: j when I must de- ination of the war vessels and to a few by 8 o'clock. There were way to arouse the enthusiasm of the -t
definitely tors from and during
early morning,
,.. fine fireworks here and there.A many white people also, but the crowd American people in behalf of those "r '
my position. the speeches of different senators the .
was quiet, there being no demonstration .J' "
publics.
stood out :
shining shamrock ,
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"When I arrived in this
their limit ?
country crowded to <
against the blackness of Dublin galleries were at all. In order to avoid any disorder .- Mr. Davis decided to take this course*: <,,
L last September I said then and hundreds who for sight of
came a that might have occurred, how- &a the result his visit to South Afri l : .,
that would induce bay, and from the jackies clustered on of .. ,. e ._
nothing to sent ,
me the disappointed. -
scene were away '
ever, Chief Boifenillet ha.d a special He has decided to deliver { -
the decks of the squadron came the ca. a pub 'i.f t
i( be a candidate for the presidency. It was an interesting and memora- force of police placed around the jail. lie address touching the entire } ,1. 1. .
: strains of "God Save the Queen, scope i' :
"Since then, however, I have able scene. The fact that the ultimate ..
which taken with will by the About 10:30 Sheriff Westcott and of the present war and believes that" t.; :r> ; ; '
i were up a :
had
f the leisure and inclination to result certain seemed to .
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patient crowd on shore, and "When the physicians arrived at the jail. he can.best do so while free from any 1 :!tf. tft i" ..
t study the matter, and have make BO difference with the Washing- .
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They were foilDwed almost immediately restraint which his 1" :
position : =.
Soldiers of Queen" floated across the present ,
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reached different conclusion which hand in ,. .
J a ton'crowds, were on as P
l' several colored ministers Revs. .
quiet water, the spectators on Kings- by would impose upon him. .co: .' ....'',
;4 ? inasmuch as so assurances great force as if the vote of a single j'
many :
town pier joined in with equal fervor. W. G. Alexander, S. M. Hawkins, M. When taking his departure home ':f'p ,
have come to me from my countrymen senator would decide the result. D. H. T. Johnson and J. R.
Although all political conditions are Spencer, from Pretoria 2,000 gathered to tab t :- t, .
that would be under the fifteen-
I The debate
'f IJ acceptable was
t McClain. leave of him at the station. They appealed J'*: W
in there >
., represented Kingstown, was fi .
'1lo as a candidate for this great minute rule and the speeches, were, .
at counterdemonstration. They were taken at once to Fuller'scell to him in tears to state their' it. :t.: ; ?
no attempt a -
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j .f-r.; office. If the American people therefore, short, but they were to the
,. ; In fact, the evening's fireworks, where a short service of song and cause to the American people, and Mr., ,,'; t iJ' ,
: want for this office I shall
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me high
point.
was held. Fuller expressedthe Davis his conscience would haunt 4
.. marredby prayer ,
and not says
singing cheering were
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.fix be only too willing to serve them. When the hour of 4 o'clock was .
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belief that he bad been convertedand .
.. hostile note. him if he proved recreant to that piti-V ,; :
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"It is the highest honor in the any reached the chairman announced that a! "
after: death would go. to heaven. ful appeal __*- f st ;:
i ,i gift of this nation; what citizen STORY IS HOT BELIEVED. the votes upon the pending amendments The service lasted for 15 minutes, and He believes the American pee Ts. 4! :": L ,

1 '' '. would refuse: it? and upon the bill should be after it had been completed the minis- are not truly informed on the situati9'J b.." lam i. .,'t. : '

"Since studying this subject, I Report Current That American Officer taken.At .ters asked that they be allowed ,to He will, therefore, avail himself of"s'; :'
I: am convinced that the office of Led a Boer Attack. the suggestion of Mr. Foraker, have a short prayer and sing one early opportunity to relate his, ; V j

,_ :r president is not such a very difficult War department officials do not be- the committee amendments which had verse of a song just before the murderer ence and observations at a expeuil 'w ..,
,;A one to fill, his duties being been, passed over were reverted to and o sent into The shall be all.Datis '
I lieve the story that comes from South was eternity. request meeting that free to -: :
to execute the laws of without discussion.Mr. .
;I. mainly con- adopted
; was granted. has decided this aft
on course
Africa to the effect that Captain Carl ;
gress. Davis of Minnesota then offer- i When Fuller was led to the gallowsa mature deliberation and free.consult: ... : ..;' .
"Should I be chosen for this Reichman, Seveateenth infantry, was ed his amendment providing that no I song was sung and a brief prayer for tion with his friends. /. '

F exalted position, I would execute one of the leaders of the Boers at the duties of imports or exports shall, after the soul of the doomed man was said. Davis, who is a resident of, Kaxft? :'. .'I

the laws of congress as faithfully last fight between the Boers and the the passage of this act. be levied or Fuller was then asked if he had any I 0 City, has a reputation in the wee .;,, : ': : ; ':j

as I have always executed the orders English at the Bloemfontein water- collected on any articles imported from statement to make. being. great orator. He waa'es.< .ig 1

't O!;:;' of mr superiors. works. the United States into Porto Rico or He replied: "No sir: I have cot daily prominent in the campaign' :J. ..i

,. Admiral Dewey did not state which Reichman' brother officer, men from Porto Rico into the UnitedStates. nothing -more to say than I have'already which led up to the nomination v A ..

,' party's nomination he would accept. who knew him well, say that it is very Mr. Davis demanded the yeas said. I did not commit the murder McKinley at St. Louis. t.1. "v.<.
probable that Reichman occupiedsome and nays. The amendment was lost- I have ? '"
{ and am innocent. What Those who do not approve 6 <*_ "I"" '.
: The reporter asked: 30 to 40.Without. ; : .. ;I!
conspicuous point of vantage already said is true." course declare that as soon iaj f tt
{'. "On what platform will you stand?" from which to view the fighting, and division two other amend- The black cap was then put over his to Washington Davis became affliotOi.-'; :;.;. ,...'f..,

: _, and the admiral replied: his discovery in uniform by the Brit- ments offered by Mr. Davis were de head and the ropTadjusted. The drop with the swelled head and thai :,i4w SMC i'.J:' ';

; "I think I have said enough at this ish was the basis for the assnmtionthat feated. Then Mr. Nelson, Republican fell promptly at 11 o'clock and Fullerwas change o'f heart is entirely due.to 1 1 S ,.:'t.h l:.'

much." he was one of the Boer leaders. of Minnesota, offered his free pronounced dead in five minutesby chagrin in being called do 'het: ., 'J:" ..;;
time and too '
possibly Reichman was selected by General trade amendment. The ayes and noes who ,aJ
i the physicians were presentGROWTH Secretary Hitchcock took coi rol .i>f y: 'r' x
Miles personally to accompany the were ordered and this amendmenttoo, the interior department y'aajlr .:{l. e ,.1Uii' 't-'

RIOTOUS PORTO RICANS. Boer forces during the war as an observer was lost, 29 to 41. OF THE SOUTH.The that Davis at that-timewtv; .:)4474Y ).t..::

.' for the United States army. After an amendment offered by Mr. imagining himself'the' irpcalt : "
His colleagues in Washington declare Spooner, Republican, of Wisconsin, New Industries Reported in the South in administr t
figure 'rat'
Assembles and Attacks : : ;
Large Hob I that the officer has too much making a slight change in the meas- During the Pan Week. that because Secretary Huch k.'i f' {;fj

: Laborers Troops Had to Be common sense to be led into a violationof ure had been accepted by Mr Foraker Among the more important of .the not so regard him he s red d :. ; :.

Called Out. his orders in the manner described.It and agreed to, two amendments offered i new industries reported during the off to Africa to find'i 1e' fet

is understood the English war office by Mr. Bacon, Democrat, of Georgia, f past week are a basket and crate factory further,self-advertisement. .. "; ,
,: A special from San Juan de Porto has no information as to who com- one being a substitute .for the entire in Georgia; bottling works in Ar- A good deal of this Evty be tre !i

Rico says: A crowd of about 500 per- manded the Boers in the affair leadingto bill, were defeated without division. kansas; brick works in Tennessee and it does not minimize-tba.polit' !!

sons gathered Monday at a pier under the capture of the British guns, but Following is the detailed vote upon Texas; canning factory in Virginia; portance of this s toiTbf 1L "*

t construction by the E. B. Jenks Co., it places no credence whatever in the the measure: a carriage factory in Alabama; coal secretary'oMhe interior ; cjl:

I intimidated the native report that a United States attache or Yeas-Allison, Baker, Bard, Carter, mines in Texas; copper mines in North There is no doubt triatrtheY :
of New York, Chandler Clark of Wyoming, Cullom, Carolina construction in .
anyone connected with the United ; a company whelming sentiment oi the Americj y
carpenters and forced thirty-five of States government took part in it. Deboe, Depew, Fairbanks, Foraker, West Virginia; one cotton mill each people is with the Boers and that se.t' .: .

them to quit work. The present rate Foster, Frye Gallinger, Gear. Hanna, in Alabama and Arkansas, three in timent is not likely to lie ontn j ";.
ten-hour PETTUS BADLY SCARED. Hansbrough, Hawley, Jones of Nevada Georgia, one in North Carolina, four Ii '
of wages is $1:50 per day. men like Davis who h .vcbee' thellr r .:
movement demanded Keane, Kyle, Lodge, McBride, in South Carolina, one in Tennesseeand scene become active in the 1
of the
The leaders Alabama Senator Don't Like to Be Called McComas, McMillan: Penrose, Perkins four in Texas; cotton seed oil in their behalf. ,1. aI ;, ". :ol(."
and eight-hour labor day. a "HnmorUt." Plttt of Connecticutt, Platt of mills in Mississippi and South Caro- ':.,

At noon Thursday a mob of over 10- Senator Pettus, according a Wash- New York, Pritchard, Qnarles, Ross, lina; a creamery in Georgia;san RACE QUESTION IX CE1Jl 4v ::! "t71t'

000 people assembled and attacked the ington dispatch, has awakened to find Scott, Sewell, Shoup, Spooner, Stew- electric light plant in Louisiana; an :
St. Thomas laborers. There were 150 himself famous as a humorist, and be art, Thurston, Wetmore, Wolcott-10.NOOE electrical supply company in West Whites .Will Tight:For O 8ce and' I', .t-

policemen on duty, but they made no is badly scared. He doesn't want to -Allen, Bacon, Bates, Berry, Virginia; a fertilizer factory in Flor- Line Will B* CloiMy O r* !;I.. ?:

attempt to disperse the crowd, aLd a be thought a humorist. Clark of Montana, Clay, Cockrel, Cul- ida; gas works in West Virginia; a The funeral of =,"foyor Va iedte ;" ..'J"
of infantry was called out to "Im no humorist," he said to a cor berson. Daniels, Davis, (Rep.) Harris, hardware company in North Carolina; place 'at Santiago" Sunday aI' 'I

> company order. The crowd was not respondent. "I'm nothing of the Heitfeld, Jones of Arkansas, Kenney, ice factories in Georgia and Texas; with elaboratd f&tfniome; ri ; .

preserve violent beyond beating a few men. kind. I'm serious-minded. Why, say, Lindsay, McLaurin, Martin, Mason iron and manganese mines in Virginia; States officr i'c1vs hont ,'f' '

The agitators were headed by Santiago I don't suppose I'll ever be able to (Rep.), Money, Morgan, Nelson (Rep.), three knitting mills in North Carolina; bearers. The n.' ;ary .and;

Iglesia, late delegate to the labor convention live that speech down. And I'm not Pettns, Proctor (Rep.). Simon (Rep.), lumber mills in Florida and Mississippi ceesiou extended tac JTslls- ifiThe'deatliif

at New York. eighty years old, either, as some of Sullivan, Telliaferro, Teller, Tillman, ; a machine shop in Alabama: a Sc-tor V '

k. The leaders from St. Thomas refused those newspapers say. I'm only sev- Turley, Vest, Wellington, (Rep.)-31. naval stores company in Georgia; a rially changes :Uc poi '

to return to work, being afraid of enty-nine, and I've got a good long The only change in the pairs on the pants factory in Kentucky; a phos- His :re electi i'caaconai rers '.
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time to live." related to Mr. Beveridge, 8f in Tennessee but hew there is a prosjteoT
attack after hours. The workmen final vote phate company ; a photographic between .
Indiana. Mr. Clark, of Montana, an- dry plate manufactory in Tex fight the rival '
who were satisfied and willing to work To Hake Barrel Hoops.A the blackSJ 3 white"pitlea.. \,r
that he understood, if mills in Missiesippl.andTennessee i
nounced present as planing
were forced out by the so-called union company was formed at Chatta- would vote for the ; developm rli ftaave .flown >11 t:4> '
Mr. Beveridge ; a telephone company in ;
leaders, with the result that the na- with $30,000 color ing he efOsel'drawlt- '
capitalto
nooga, Tuesday, bill. He therefore transferred his Texas; a tobacco factory in North Car- =
be The com- 'f .
tives will not engaged. build and barrel and
operate hoop pair to Mr. Rawlins, Democrat, of olina; a $50,000 towel factory in South
United States
has cabled to the lath It will make 60- nectars
pany building plant. Tlei rr
both Mr. Clark .
will Utah. This permitted Carolina; a water power;,Company in +
for twenty-five carpenters. They 000 barrel hoops daily. Ample mean and Mr. Hanna (Mr. Rawlin's pair) to East Tennessee; water works in Geor- tothereina3 annexat aliv"pitathet' ":
arrive on the next steamer. The pieris is behind the enterpise when neededto t ,t nEgrdbmin Y 2.TOI'f .
soldiers. vote. f.iiJREQUISl'flOY gia.-Tradesman (ChattanoogaTenn.) ff 9 .
by
now protected make it a success. .:I. H1;.;
PROBATE .JUDGE MISSING. I DOCTORS ARE IXDICTED.I 'f YELLCW'YE f:
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GREAT GOBS OF ORATORY NOT HOXOKED. i to Iacr + -.:.;
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Governor McSweeney, of South Carolina I Licensed Physicians of Atlanta, Ga., at r Combating BPId9mSa 1 s
of Ills Books. of Ohio Will Recognita: Neither M
Governor
Orders Investigation Brought Out In Discussion of the Porto j War With Other Practitioners. on'dispat h aayi: B i: .
,VI' For several days it has been rumored Rican Bill In the Senate. Taylor Nor Beckhani. ;

:,'fi. in Columbia, S. C., that H. H. i A Washington dispatch says: As the Governor Nash, of Ohio, has refusedto War has been declared by the theinrgeonf Lospital, se: ;\;' .
and of probate .licensed physicians of ;Atlanta: Ga., e -
; Branson, master judge hour for the senate's vote upon the honor a requistion; issued by Governor g ed: congres |JCf. 4 ),,
i for Orangeburg county, had disappeared Taylor, of Kentucky, for William on all medical practitioners;:in the gppropri l t' i adL -
H bill drew the e
near
Porto Rican popu- day L-
various
have been who do not hold
and there Kreg, charged with assaulting city rsgulaf diplomas. LEea tIt *''
L estimates of the shortage in the mas lar interest, so far as Washington is his wife with intent to kill. Governor AA A result of the crusade which has ; v ly it '

r '. ter's office, ranging.from $10,000 to' concerned was greatly increased. Nash : been instituted four indictments were 1i'tprf .,
says e b+
Monday there was a flow of oratory in from found by the Fulton county liegeetatT
; ...' l' 115,000. "I will not honor a requisitian gran.>
: 'f -The governor instructed the-elerk the upper house of congress and the either Beckham or. Taylor. If, However jury. The 'defendants are 'Profet

; J\! ,to take charge of the office_and records i result was that the galleries were each gentlemen. issues a requisition W. B. Price, Dr. John 8wanIQI1% .r
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r of'judge probate and,Jn ke immediate'' ,crowded almost to suffocation, and for the same, person charged with W. C. Van Valen and Dr. Q. K:,:Wood' ,
him as soon thousands of people were turned away, and the ward. V* tEach $20d,000'ilionlavailable7as t
I' ihi investigation and notify the same offense designating \ tJie 'i ,t
lsoI'jj unable to gain admission. Perhaps a of the accused is charlea'wUh
affairs
pp11e the s'atus of; came agent to receive .the prisoner, I men '
t. ,Miicoiigsia the books and accounts 'gOod deal of this interest was due to will then issue a warrant for the accused a misdemeanor, and the bonds immediate outbresi atepiioa '4 ;
the nnoul1cemen t that Senator Depew have been placed at $500. suing jfs
.ot'the ,master's office'and report remit :; .
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IN THE DARK WITH THE DREAM. there the year,before, but-had turned m.t .

COQ 'TBI'Dt' away from her,p easant'words with a
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moodiness that was almost rude. For
I am here In the dark with your face.
.- i Manette what had his weary, toilsome life to .Flori'daState News f fmM

.. _STIRIEj FLIT, i Here In the dark with your face; do with beauty or kind words?

_FRIDAZ ,APJUL '6.'1900.- i [(Do axe you o'er the think dear of brow the kiss the ringlets that I left of Jet on What.indeed? And yet she would .,........... ************** ** *******
not let him be. She went every day - - -
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them yet )
And the cheek where the rose-dimples and watched, as by a resistless fascination Insurance Ba,mess In Ftor'da. I. A D.JlshllaI1leetIDIt..
The two great' material conquests : race. the pitiless, great saw tearing its According to the published. State In many re-pects the twenty-first zr '
.. which mark the nineteenth insurance business annual session of the Florida Press
the the
century
slow way through logs, making ment in regard to
I am here in the dark with your face, L'
LC the building of the Pacific ,railroads Manette; them useful while seeming only to,destroy done in Florida for the year 1899, Astociaii-n at Ft.Myers the past week
"It has faded had was the most profitable and delightful .(1
and, the of the Suez i I have said. away; them. it appears that four fire companies
? canaL *" digging"" It passed wits thespriag. sans that sorrowing He was twenty years old at last and no losses in the state;as follows: Ba- ever held by the association. In the

I; Where the set Joy and the mean and the mel- she,was nineteen. loise, of New York, leceipts,:SI2 .53j first place, the attendance wrs large

More than 13,000 Michigan farmers I ody met, She had been fussing about the old Indemnity, of 'New York/ receipts, and everyone wa|interested deeply ia #
In the beautiful gardens. of May .r : house, making gruel for Aunt Hnldab, $1,773.82; Magdenbnrg of New York newsPaper: work;) there was more aWtention -. -
raised beets for the first time .
sugar, of raid to business and in devising -
and to smile Aunt Netherland
*r "It like the mystical light trying coax a upon receipts 2020.71;
list summer, the'result befogs crop o Fused-like a wandering beam, Hannah's stolid face, but really only New York, receipts: $4,405.56.Four .: and discussing' methods of improving -
Jorge enough to keep ten factories Revealing the darkness that dwells with waiting for Ralph to return to the vil companies had ret receipts of the condition of the associationand ;

}. busy, and,it'is expected that the state The darkness the night the kiss of God's morning lage.He less than $1,000, as follows:' Georgia its members. .Twenty new names r

3; will soon be able to produce all the makes white- came in soon, and seeing her Home net receipts, $868.66; Havover. were'added to the'roll of members- ;
% St needl.Whatever Like a spirit that moves in a dreaml"But standing alone in the clean; poorly of New Tork net receipts, $677.60; more than ever joined in any one year

sugar Id! it is here, and I stand furnished room, he went straight to Orient, of Hartford; net receipts, before.
hi.. be said for vivisection And stare at the darkness alone. her and, taking both her hands in his, $637.86;' Traders, of Chicago, net receipts President White announced the following -
may Am I longing to-night for tbe touch of he said: $193.97. standing committees for this
: as practised by learned and skilful your band, "Now Gertrude-Miss Kendennisyon of
As leads to Love's beautiful land Of the life companies the Home, year:
surgeons who experiment for the Where memory the roses are ever Love's own? really must not come here in New York, sustained a net loss of Executive-Tom F. McBeatb Theo.

benefit of humanity, there can be no I i this manner. People are talking of it $628.88; the net receipt of the Equitable ; B. Hartig, Gco. Wil oa, R. A. Russell

possible defence for introducing vivisection I know The grief not.and This the only glory I know are past: ; down in the village. I heard it remarked were $1,598.25; the Provident, of and Frank Walpole.MembershipE. .

into school for And If It be roses or If it be snow upon to-day and if your uncle New York, had no losses, and the re- W. Peabody, had
any or college In the Tales where Love blossomed and should hear of it he would send you ceipts were $3,413.66.Of M. Putnam and Rev. L. D. Geiger.

.r purposes of mere physiological instruction sang to me BO, to a nunnery and kill me outright." the miscellaneous companies Constitution and By.laws-WaIter

4 = yh observes the Christian Reg- I shall rest in that Love's smile at last! "Ob, you do not want me here!" surety accident, etc., eight sustainedno S. Turner, E. O. Painter and Frank ;

ister. It Is over-tha peace and the p&ln: she said trying to speak playfully, but losses. Horton.
Life's winter is white on the sod; with a little moan in her voice. Finacce-C. L. Bittinger, Philip
+ z The report of the Maine commissioners Perchance dreams I again shall dream all the dear "I do-I do," he answered, puttinghis has I.'eacs and Robert Me 'amee.

of fisheries and game shows Under the sunlight, the rose%ud the rain- arm about her, holding her close The postoffice department Arbitration and Grievances Ira
Under the daisies of God.OOOOOOy'oOOOO and touching her with.a quick caress- granted the petition for a star route Gore F. A. Mann, C. Y. Miller A.
,- c that material for bear storiei is not from DeLand to Orange City and the A'
motion. "God knows it- is
ing worse and John Frank.
Jfr" Winthrop Sargent
et exhausted} Since 55 bears -
were postmaster has forwarded to Washington -
3 than death to send but
you away, my Legislation-H. McCreary, FredS.
killed in Maine the the bids for carrying the mail. The
oooog8RALFHs
during past year, darling see the long, weary life' Robertson and John Trice.
__ nd since one bear is supposed to be stretching before me. See the workto service is to be daily except Sunday, Memorial and 'Resolutions-E. B.
and will6horteu the time to and from
good for his weight in stories about be done here and you hovering like Calhoun W. H. Lawrence and David
1 all points on the east coast nearly 24
bird
,
out of reach.
some bright just
: ahls doing and undoing the danger of 8 Gillis. v
hours.
-
: Could I drag you down to share this :
The committee
+ \'a shortage in literary matter is not g By I.J. following special
a __ poor old nest? No, no, it would not was.appointed to attend the Southern "I:
imminent.. "R""WWfol"...."... .._"' f7t __ootr V"oa _Yew be right. I have served duty too longto Quarantine It On. Industrial convention at Chattanooga ;

dare desert her now." In accordance with the decision of next May, and try to secure their next -
There aprears to be a constantly E was a big, awkward "But you are so young," she murmured the United States Treasury department meeting in Florida: 1

;::!-k. growing favor in Australasia for Amer- fellow, work leaning her face on his which manages all health mattersin George W. Wilson, C. L. Bittinger,

i can products. The good feeling which ing with some patient shoulder he could feel her breath the United States, the summer Theo. B. *Hartig, Tom F. McBeath :i

. i! has been recently developed between skill in an against his cheek. quarintine season began on April 1st. Philip Isaacs. :
old-fashioned saw- His heart beat so fast he thought it All the southern states have com-
... the United States and Great Britain The following resolutions in regardto 1lIraMord
I mill and
living on would strangle him, and that momentof menced active quarantine opertions. the
. i naturally extends to the latter's colonies the far outskirts ofa : rapture paid him for the sufferingof The State Board of Health of Florida paper trust were unanimously '

:..', p : and has much' influence iu re- pretty village.His years. has increased the force at the several adopted"Whereas: We members of the 'I

_Z; Amoving prejudices against American I home was a "So young and so ambitious-and quarantine stations to the usual sum- Florida Press Association, have felt-
'. gray old farmhouse there is the invention down in the millI and from until :
.' mer proportions, now
i j goods. American agricultural; machinery the pinch of the International Paper-
where he dwelt with two maiden that is "
am sure going to work well. November the regular summer maritime
fi' ;: j lumber, illuminating oils and aunts one of whom was a weak, "Yes; but I have been to the village quarantine service will be in op- Company trust, and are of the opinion still "
that will it
i': ,! they products are already receiving! fragile invalid, quick-tempered and to-day for the last time trying to raise eration. As before stated the summer if something we feel is not more done severely to break the

It.:. L rx'a- ._ preference in Australia and New querulous; the other was stout and. even fifty dollars pay for the patent, quarantine commences this year a deadly grip of that overbearing insolent
? J "'.4- ta'aud, and only care and eTort are strong in body but idiotic and silent and I cannot do it. Nobody has any month earlier than usual, because the monopoly and
'; : Often he was tempted to go away-to faith in it; they think it is a bOy.fjscheme United States Hospital'Senice so or- ;
t. ., eeded to introduce other lines. "Whereas This rice is a mere.taron
I J rush out into the world and leave the
., and I'm quite discouraged. ders and according to the laws of congress -
.j ':- old place to go to the dogs, and the old "Oh if I only had my money-" they set the date for its com- us as publishers, individually we-
merchant
. Girls employed in a New Brunswick women to the workhouse; but a doggedsense "Yes but you have not, my darl- mencement. I can do nothing; the can
; ,< of duty held him so he stayed would I touch mark up his good, we have no such
,.: L i cepartment. store havo: organized anantislang ing; nor one penny of recourse therefore, be it
;
:t'
': ,. ';: .-- society. Fifty girls have and One worked of the on.handsomest farms in it if yon had.home No.and you must go backto rela Stockmen in the neighborhood of "Resolved, That we, as a body, be,1

..'j:.ined it. The girls do not bind Scott County had stretched its green I tives.your I own shall never marry your, dear own, but Kissimmee are of the opinion that the lieve no trust should be fostered by f

themselves not to use slang. In fact, fields about the old house twenty years I shall cherish your memory as winter glut of the Havana market will legislation! ; that all trusts should depend '.f

''they each will encourage the other tojiinecauch ago, but when Ralph Mydack's young one blessedest gift. Now don't feelbadlydon't. my soon be over. Forty thousand head upon their own business capacity ..4
were shipped there during the monthof not the protection given them by !
:J expressions for the more slang wife died and left her. baby boy, the ." .
November enough to satisfy the the general government.
husband, always reticent had grown They were both sobbing togetherby
-. ., -to 'more money there will be jn the positively gloomy. His two sisters this time; she put her arm market for four months at the rate of i "Resolved, That, holding this be- i
sianry at the end of the and up ten thousand which is the lief, to United t
r' year seldom heard him but a month we hereby appeal our
speak one day, around his neck, and their two tear-
.... ter lime can be provided. Mem- when the little Ralph was about five wet faces nestled against each other local consumption in that city. States senators and congressmen individually -
'bind old his father said in like This, if true, will bring the buyers on to assist in the repeal of l' l
; ) .themselves to pay into the years moody a tro grieved children. "
.
', '* the range at an early date and causea such tariff dudes as serve ta protect .
:: ._ cent for each strange, stern way: Aunt Hannah put her white, flabby
/ 'l s. Due slang word
rise in of cattle. Another indication the trust in its extortionate
.:<-' 'cession "I'm going to sell the farm./ .You face in at the door to say that dinnerwas prices charges ,
#
:1 used in the of "
hearing of better prices is the mor- for white paper. }
:y two girls can liva herein the old house, ready and seeing the young peo-
; Ir person., There probably will audI will deposit money enough in ple standing together there she start- tality among the cattle this winter, The next meeting of the associationwill 'j

"' i t : ;wctef sputes,as to what is slat.gI the bank to keep you and the boy until ed nervously and exclaimed: caused by the unusual heavy rains, beheld at Miami.

I, 1odiwheln not but these are to beIt1)1.bI I can send yon some more. I shall "Laws sakes! that's courtin', DOW.ain't which have greatly damaged grazing, .
"u arise. go to Australia." it?" and as they neither movednor end has shortened the crop of spring; Recently J. II. Bowles a wealthy f
t' :, they Hnldah, the invalid, cried out spoke, she went softly across the calves, and while the loss has not been New Yorker and a large grove owner

t ....,, : rm- :tdvement' .which has been piteously but her brother paid no floor and whispered: "Ralphie, boy, great yet it is bound .to affect the sup- in California arrived in Miami for thepurpose 'i '

heed; Hannah, the idiot, stared stonily are ycon goin' to be married?" I ply. It is quite likely that stock cat- of looking into orange cul '
.. .is JT i4 ngland.for a number i and spoke not. Tea'auntie," answered Gertrude, I tie will be shipped to Cuba this 'sea-, ture. After spending a few days he ,

y s;v",nd.avoring to. foster theriplicityin That day the farm and the mill privilege "and we want your blessing." i son, because no stock cattle are being i became convinced that the rock lands i

matters relating on the little river were sold to a "But you want vour money, too, I shipped to the island from Central'' of Dade were superior for the cultivaI ,
". largo that had been America, Mexico or Texas and it is I I tion of He tract ,.
c.; t C urch 'of, England corporation tryingfor don't you? oranges. purchased a
some time to buy it, in order to "Yes, certainly the marriage por- still destitute of stock cattle. :! lying on the rock road to Lemon City, :
;', f! ,. fl,: an lc '*deform asso- erect a cotton mill there. tion," said Ralph, bitterly brushingthe i I and returned north a day or two ago. r..
sir
: ;:, :....:Its:. motto is,* "No darkened Ralph Mydack came home and tears from his eyes and trying to The shipment from Fernandina fort t Hon. F. S. Morse received a letter enclosing ;

",-. 'fr '" ee, ,r; ;durable coffin, no special packed his trunk, but his motions face his lonely life once more. March in lumber and phosphate were check for full rajment of the :

".. .til'Dirg. attire, no bricked grave no were unsteady his face pale, and before "Then come upstairs," she laughedout very heavy, and the business for the property purchased. He further di-

q.'. .t"' 3 l&ary' show, no avoidable ex- night he was sick, very sick. in her queer wild fashion. I month of April promises to be the rected Mr. Morse to !slave the land
"" : t'fir' snd unusual There was little that two helpless "What does she mean?" asked Gertrude I largest in the history of the port. Al- cleared at once and planted in groves.

x .. '>" : ,' no eating orni. women could do for him; the farmhands wonderingly. ready there are booked some eighteen He also instructed Mr. Morse to spare
f- "
'. In at: least. one of the were dismissed, all but Jared, "I do not know" Ralph answered. ; charters of steamers for phosphate, no expense in the preparation of the

.. f prohibitions; the Engl'sh' re- who was to stay and take care of the "I have not heard her speak so many I with an immense fleet of schooners for ground, the setting of trees, or the '

.. ;' c it .,;. r.have a precedent in the Bo- cow; so they sent him off for words at a time in ten years." lumber. iThe j use of fertilizer, that would tend to the '

".1: : ., n'LS; Nf the Twelve'Tables. The the doctor' but when he returned Beckoning them to follow her she -- rapid advancement of his property.

.. > ;'i' pact'"of To. X forbids useless Ralph Mydack was dead. climbed the worn old stairs up up to board of bond trustees of Jacksonville j Mr. Bowles expects to spend the winter ,
;; '- ...., exOption Ten bitter years dragged slowly by. tho dusty garret, where broken chairs I acting on the advice of in'' Miami next season, and at the 3
ieA .affnrerals., '- Ank" e... to The little money in the bank was soon and long-idle spinning wheels made City Attorney Barr?, met and selected same time erect a modern home.on his

,,*" &+ =+?* hich w old....' doubtless be exhausted and partly on charity, part up the furniture. i three men to serve as a city board of property.The.

< the Cuurch association, ly by the few vegetables neighbors Down behind the chimney crept health, under the provisions of the
SL, +" p he gold settings of. false helped them raise in the garden; patch, the daft woman, and drew out a large, I law, which was adopted by the city :Naval Stor. Bnilnei
the two old women and tho awkward, looso bundle of rags, in which was : council. Their choice fell Dr. I A Savannah dispatch says: The naval -
4
old with which upon
Si they are, sullen boy lived on. slyly hidden rolls of strong parch- John C. L'Engle stores year ended on March 31st,
'' .. be bailed,-cr burned It well known that Major Joseph H.I and the
} 4leJ. A was a large sum ment. I Durkee and Captain William Davidson I! season which drew to a close

-. \ 'of money had been paid to Mr. My- They opened; them there in the I I who now compose the board of'I: has beet: a most successful one in
daek for his farm, but the corporationhad clinngefal light that flitted through I public works. The selection of these I every way; and iu'many respects it has
ionlder flap' broke a failed almost immediately after, so the time-stained window. ,! gentlemen was made at the been unusually remarkable. From
meeting,
wcrvjm f; : h nec'a'fe, day ago in this nothing.was: done about the cotton There were $-1000 in gold. The I and at first a slight demurer arose as tho beginning of the season almost to .
mills, and'from the hour of the of the farm lands. Not its end spirits have ruled
b_ t TSerpia pnlv r e nnitba'1 pay- price a great I: 1o the propriety of selecting men who very high in
*.- iii tl %i sorld nieut, when the legal papers were fortune, it is true, bnt a fabulous sum already held offices of trust under the price, and rosins have seen but short .
'rpoker signed all trace of the money disappeared for the who bravely I periods of prices. The
-'L"+ t. T" |3t Oac young people were i city government, but as the matter poor season
e 1 ii'tnldaisigpper; Theyttefcfefntness ae effectually as though it and married will end with
defiantly ere long, to was farther discussed all a shortage of something
,
'Tiaye. both".aadlaresfit r1a 'i act Lit beeu dropped into the sen of the great wonder of the village folks. I i was withdrawn and each was objection elected! like twenty thousand casks of

"c' &! of '2lnde forSome oblivion, And Ralph's invention was that without a dissenting vote. j spirits in mparison with last

t? h the SocietyfviE Dot;: W sat Lawyers< searched the old house, queer new saw that has been winning I [ year, and with several thousand! bar-
; s I
)1i-)ked over the few papers and books such notice in the mechanical world rels of rosin also short. The deflec
I ; nnY''rilviite"s li..: t11'. Mydack had The Seminole Manufactures
yon evidently intended these last few years. Com tion has been caused by the tendency

idt'pare( Kent-with aflic to take with him, searched his Oh, happy loved and lover! pany, which purchased of Mr. Stetson of the crop to move southward. Jacksonville ,
: sblwWerblade '*: "5 apparel- and gave up in deitUc : the building in which the cassava fac- Pensacola and other Florida '

you are .)Lt4ltatLthe: ideal -Idr;. Created a lilt Sulphur Lake. tory is situated ,at Stetson, has now ports have secured a great deal of rosin .
tlihe Ralph grew up a stout,healthy In the western part of the Mexican purchased about 300 acres of cassava and.turpentine that once went to Sa-
boawtii1:d you to l la.', ant when'he was fifteen he asked ritate of.Michoacan, near the Lake of that Mr.. Stetson planted thi spring, vannah. '

t1 lst your'- ehal-rn Ar i'i Into a a3in.* o: the neighbors to help him Chapula, in the Gudrache hacienda, and will cultivate and harvest it,for -
'- nod and' f tl 1 i rig tho old saw-mill anew. that hoi use in its factory., Mr.
greet. Y a hap- an underground rumbling was heard McLaughlin, The Gulf N.val Stores Company
-.i ? i =;ight saw logs and thus eke. out his president, and Mr. Wardell
recently followed by a strong detonation treasurerand and the Tampa Naval Stores Company _
scanty support. which threw the population intoa general manager have gone north are both preparing to erect mammoth '"
,, # lv re ;jita a. Everybody felt kindly toward. him, panie. An immense column of and.will'place an order for more.and tanks at Port Tampa for tDepurpotl8'

.an. season after season, when theIfVjfc&rvas smoke rose from a neighboring hill, improved,machinery for the,.factory. of holding turpentine
,5s high he would work nightnty' which famous for its sulphur springs.. i By fall it;will have the beat eqipped shipping ,the tame. This preparatory and other to '

ipP. lidioiThar :( among the fragrant pine and A.lake of hot sulphur water formed on I cassava factory in the at te. In addi work now in'progress
at the
'hemlock.logs, earning quite an independence. the' i tion to the 300 which'it place
plateau of the hill. The' lake is acres, purchased give Port
4ila .Tampa '
lt '
uilciln'j3a ; are over- buoy
avery -
1000 feet and feet of Mr. Stetson, it Las about aplearante.
'. across forty deep. 600 In fact .
1 tl' ny Jotter doesn't It was here that Gertrude Eenden- -acres planted ,on its. ,place at Spring going on there thin there ia more work 1:

pie found him one day early in Jnne. The second city in siza of the British Garden. before the war. has :been since it'

: He had seen her bright face about Empire is Calcutta. S t'lI

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;" WALK Rots of the Navaho ladlaot A Jl'.f- ical:? Plceoa: Post. 1 Electricity end Sad*. a
A MOTHER'S STORY.
: The
Navaho
Indians In Arizona live Dr. Kaplan. of franville, near St. CoflSul Boyle of Liverpool reports

a'tf In rude, earth-covered huts scattered Malo, has established a pigeon post be- Important discoveries and uses of Tells About Her Daughters Illness i

INTO A widely throughout the reservation and tween possible patients and himself a chemical engineering in England. He and How She was Relieved .

TRAPDace the never huts grouped Into villages. Rude as plan which other medical men with refers to the electrolytic process for Two Letters to :Mrs. Pfnk" ,." or i
appear, however, they are always large country practices might well decomposing commpn salt, with the re-

built strictly according to rule adopt. Dr. Kaplan has one carrier sult of producing.soda and chloride of "MBS. PISKIUM:-I write to tell yon '

and the building is followed by an pigeon kept wherever two or three lime at very cheap rates. about my daughter. She is nineteen

elaborate religious ceremony by which houses are situated together and whena The same method Is being applied to years old and,1s flowing all the tuna, ,
Again They: Underestimate I the house It dedicated. Each timber house is far away from others it has the manufacture of other chemicals. and has been for about '

of the In it must be laid In a certain way and one for Itself.-Chicago News. Electricity, having become comparatively three months.: The doctor -

1 Strategy Burghers. In a prescribed order, and finally a cheap, Is now used to effect decomposition 2 ':does her but very

doorway Is added not unlike the dor- "The Only Thing That Gives B Uef." with which'chemists' have little good, if any. I ?
mer windows of our houses. This is long had a theoretical acquaintance, 'thought I would
Mrs. M. E. Latimer Biloxi Mir.s.
the home proper but all over the reservation but which till recently remained lab- try Lydi E. Pink-

; LEFT THEIR ARTILLERY BEHINDBroadwood's there are hundreds of little bad and an she itchy sends breaking SI for two out boxes on her, saying skin, oratory curiosities.In ham's VegetableCompound ..
:
I structures which are miniature models our own country metals are now but I -
e as It were, of 'the houses, except that "Tetterine" it the only thing that givesme being reduced from their ores to an Increased want your advica

they lack the projecting doorway. relief. This is strong language, extent by means of the electric "before beginning its
disinterested and
Command flakes These ,miniature huts, scarcely as highas voluntary. It cures current 'Electrical engineering is now use. I have become)
.. all skin diseases tetter itch
't Hasty Retreat With Trans- a man's hip, look like children's eczema, a distinct branch In most of our technical very much. alarmed .
salt-rheum, etc., and never fails. 50c. .
playhouses, but they schools. about her, as she is ,
an
occupy Important _
vaalera In Close Pursuit. a box at druggists or send stamps to J \
: place In the Navaho getting so weak. .
..,. system, for .
J. T. Bhuptrine Savannah Ga.
1.J,' they are the sweat houses or 'bath In 1830 there were 71,000 tons of MM. MATILDA A. '
houses and are the main reliance of steel made In the whole world. In CAMr, Manchester

. Advices received at London from those people against sorcery and dis Chins Methods. 189S the United States alone made Min Macon, Ga., ;

I" ease. Each of these structures is designed Nowhere else are the principles of 1 0,075,000 tons. May 21, 189"Dean _
Bashman Kop under date
of
March
sound banking better known and
to hold but one person at a un- The Ideal Man.
io!( 8 let. stated that the British force commanded time, and he must crawl In and squat derstood or so universally practiced, There Is much rivalry between the various Mns. PINK-
y. Colonel his heels with while the word of a Chinese merchantis colleges as to which will produce the Ideal
,i': 1; by Broadwood. con upon his knees drawnup man. By this they mean a vigorous: honest, HAM:-It affords me
L.1f mating of the Tenth Hussars, Household to his chin.-New York Post accepted the world around. The intellectual man, who will make the world greatpleaanre to tell 4" '
Chinese were the first to coin money better for having Undo Health will demand
l cavalry, two-horse. batteries and A Friend in Need. and they hare long since solved the first brain considers and achievement.Ion for upon Hosteller's that Stomach depends daughter II has. received you of from the benefit the use my of ;c: .

t"I' a force of mounted infantry under Jones-"A friend In need Is a great problem of bank note issues. Business Bitters will keep the bowels regular and the E. '
'q
:mach healthy by curing aU stomach dis Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Com
Colonel Pi'cher! which had been gar- thing." conditions are stable and'values set- orders. It also prevents malaria, lever and pound. After beginning the use of ,

; risoning at Thabanchu, was obliged, Bones-"Indeed It Is." tled. Their internal commerce"Is high- ague. Tr1t."Robbie. your medicine she, began to mend

in consequence of the near approach Jones-"Yes indeed; I met one this ly developed and all products that can rapidly and is now able to be at her ; r F

: of a large force of Boers, to leave their. morning and he cost me $5. stand their slow methods of transpor- did you divide the orangein work. Her menses are regular and J

; position Friday night. tation are well distributed.Yet equal parts between yonr little almost painless.! I feel thankful
very ;
Colonel Broadwood marched Dyeing as Imple as washing when you this, the greatest country In the friend and yourself?" '
to the to and expect to always keep }I
you
use FVTXAX FADKLEBC DIE. Sold all your
by "Yes'm I him all the outside
Bloemfontein waterworks, south of druggist world, is without any of the modern ; gave Vegetable Compound in my house. It '
I. the Modder river where means of transportation and exchange.Its and took all the inside.
he encamped Restrained is the best medicine ever knew. You a
: at 4 o'clock By Consistency. Immense traffic is still handled in
Saturday morning. At "Yon are enough: 1o drive amantosulcldel"exclaimed To Cure a Cold In One Day. have my permission to publish this ,
{ early dawn the camp was shelled by the husband. the most primitive manner-strings of Take LAXATIVE: : BBOMO QUININE TABLETS. AU letter if you wish, it maybe the means F 1 H r
l' : the enemy from a near point. Colonel "hen why don't yon go and hung yourself camels that reach from the city gateto druceliU refund the muney if it falls to cure.E. !. of doing others good."-MKS. MATILDA y
.
? tauntingly asked Mrs. Vick-Senn. w. GROVE'S signature la on each box. 25c.
;: Broadwood sent off a convoy with the "Because," he howled "I haTe been all my the horizon carry the tons of coal A. CAMP Manchester Mill, Macon, Ga., -'s '
J' "I'T batteries, while the rest of the force life opposed to capital punishment."-Chicago for the people's fuel. Pack. mules Put His Foot in It. September 18.1899.OPIUM "
-. remained to act Tribune. from western provinces laden with "He's sorry now he quarreled with her."
as a rear guard. "She has home her mother, 1
) The convoy arrived at a deep spruit, The Best Prescription for Chill dried fruits, silks and rugs, return with ." gone to suppose AND .MORPHINE t! 1
r where the Boers were concealed and and Fever is a bottle of Gnorx's TASTELESS salt fish and sea weeis.: Heavy carts "No" ; she' hud her mother come home to
'BILL TOKIC. It her. -Philadelphia Press.
la eimply iron and quinine in beneath casks of wines. baMts cared at home. NO'CURB,NO PAY.
fragrant r
groan w;
; { ? the entire body walked into ambush a tasteless fom. Xo cure-no pay. PrlcelOc.: Correspondence eonBdenUnl. GATE CIT .i
;; and was captured, together with six Towboats are dragged along the canals D 6uII'Sbthebeetremedyrax SOCIETY Lock box Ub,Atlanta Ga. ; .
Unfeminine r. ,
and rivers by dozen of straining men.
guns. Cam'"o-The Dowager Empress of China the cough s.
4',
The loss of life is not great, since is very unwomanly. The traveling merchant may make Cou'gb Syrup at once,effect"ay DR9'r- S -.sick SKW relief DISCOVERT and rare;wont t\n
Cawker-Indeed? his trip by cart, boat or sedan chair expectoration and o?tartimooiata and lOdars'trwktmeotSUV'S ; s
:. most of the British had walked into Curaso-Yes. She adds no postscript toher cures iu a few days. rice 350.at all druggists Free. I Dr. M. _. SOBS.hz B.AtUatE.a*. t ? r
: the trap before a shot was fired. decrees.-Harper's Bazar.VITIIJTT if the weather be mild, but if it be .1".
winter, the mule litter will carry him *
LONDON DISAPPOINTED. low debilitated exhausted cured ah
the he
by Dr. Kline's Invigorating Tonic. FBEE 41 over rougher country, or may T ",
: A London special of Monday morning trial bottle for 2 weeks' treatment Dr. Kline, skim along the waterways on a light
says: General Bnller's anxious inquiry Ld..031 Arch SCo,Phtl&d pha. Founded 1871.No sled propelled by human arms and
;
f f whether British officers will ever man can command others who is unable legs.Leslie's Weekly. r 'INeH ESTER. ,
> learn the value of scouting comes back to command himself. ..

: with enforced emphasis to the British
:Mrs. Win Blow's Soothing Syrup for children
1. public on receipt of the tidings that a teething,softens the gums,reduces Inflammation Strange Predicament: of a Bird.

.:.. convoy with guns has walked deliber- ,allays pain,cures wind colic. :;)e.a bottle. A writer In Bird Lore says: "Several} Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. tin

into Boer ambush within about when in Western town 1 ; ; i
ately a A rpring overcoat on the back is worth two years ago, ,
twenty miles of Bloemfontein.Lord in hock. was taken to a neighbor's to. see his ;
Robert's own report of the. Inse PI so's Cure for Consumption both In birds. Four cages swung in the sheltei "LEADER" loaded with Smokeless Powderand NEW ?

i. affair, if yet received by the war office, my finally, Inkster and Mich.practice., Nov-Dr., lS9L H. W. PATTERson of a commodious porch. One containeda RIVAL" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all = '
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has not been published and no account red-winged blackbird' that had been

3. of the affair is available to the STATE or LDCAS OHIO. COCETY.FRAM CITY or. TOLEDO. I f ,,. taken from its nest when very young other brands forUNIFORMITY .M t

.t. public except the dispatches from = J.CRENEY: makes oath that he Is the I and brought up by hand. His associ--
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHKNET&
; Bushman kop. Nothing can be said, Co., doing busineea" in the City of Toledo. ates were a canary, a bluejay and an RELIABILITY AND 1
: therefore, regarding the exact extent of County and State aforesaid and that said firm oriole. The canary bad been pur

the British misfortune. will each pay and iheftnrn every case of OKE of HUNDRED CATARRH DOLLARS that cannotbe for chased at a bird store and had been STRONG SHOOTING QUALITIES. 7 t '

/ Evidently Col. Broadwood thought cured by the use of'HALL'S. FRANK CATARRH J. CHESET.Sworn CUBE.. taken from neighboring nests, and had, d:1: r
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it necessary to retreat in haste from to before me and tubscrihvd in my no doubt, picked up the characteristicnotes Winchester Shells are for sale by all dealers. Insist upon t
., Thabanchn, as he marched all through f-*- presence, this 6th day of December. of their species from the many
laEA t.}A. D. 1888. A. R.Gi EAsar. [having them when you buy and you will get the best. '
.> Friday night, apparently followed by l'-v-') AotartPublic.. other members of their kind that Inhabited
r. a considerable force of the enemy. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken: internally and the vicinity, but it was many
aetsdirectly on the blood and mucone surfaces al
t., The convoy and guns had to pass of the system. Send for testimonials free.F. miles to the nearest swamp or lowland WInsconbrnawri --.ro'. '.f'i;
through a deep spruit which the Boers J. CHENEY& Co., Toledo. O. where one might find a red-winged W. L. DOUGLAS Booker T. < +: \ i" ::;i
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had blackbird. The had learned AGENTS
t' red-wing
r occupied. '
Family Tills are the best. .Ufeandwoctii"; k
$3 & 3.60 SHOES : 31S
t Six of twelve guns, comprising two No Home. perfectly the notes of his caged companions JJ1. gttlabU 11...de CI6 'l.H'iase'. .t
batteries, all the wagons and, it is and had picked up some notesof Morth$4 to$6 compared. then.grojto.o.-'t \ '?
Wrngson Tatters HarT wot's "cos- IX ,
-Say a with other makes.A ;. and all his best speeches. White an4-:" "'rfld.' w .
feared fell into the hands '! tan?" other birds in the neighborhood, but : .
many men, mopo1 Indorsed peoPlearoltvlniachanr.edOrde kb-_'".' "- 1 O
J of the Boers, whose daring, displayed Harvard Hasten-Well, Wrag'r. that's the not one note of the red-winged black > 1,000,000 by over wearers. foragen-s.'Wrltetoiar.WewonldU & "":_"'..b.+ I } tv1;.
name tbeYl/lv. to a kind of wealthy hobo.- r a few able-white men to enooilnteii >&'i ,I l\
so near Bloemfontein, shows that they Philadelphia Press. bird did he know. The penult have W. L. J. Xo.. JSTXOEEOXo.SIJ: q. "
are rapidly recovering heart after their Douglas' name and price) N o.91*-82 1 An.teli BalldtnEr dtt rtr.p. -J ,
stamped on bottom. lake( .:
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recent s
reverses. : I
IFroft as good. Your dealer TYPEWRITE.:1: : 1
The hope is expressed that General DOCTORS AND LIVEBY should keep them-if ?:
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Write for our bargain list :Ji; ; ft*> not we will send
Colville will recover the convoy and a pairon .J' ,
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Rebuilt machines
good as new
guns and extricate Colonel Broadwood BUGGIES with long bodies and drawers Wi ultra receipt for carriage.of price and State 250.kind.of_leather* (for work) cheap. Jla l>h' .... i .
s>>:-J.1 from his difficult position. I SPECIAL teat, Steel or Bobber Tires. Fancy Buggies .iet. size,and width,plain or cap toe. Cat.free for examination. .\*'-- I. .'iI
IlUlMuts W. L DOU6US SHOE CO., Brockton, His and cheapest stock ib) iTlII $2 to;y t'5
t: Severe criticisms are heard regarding with stick teats. Baggies .with Wire Wheels, We typewmers.v..b.w Ul (&I i / .
iJ' the renewal of the old mistake Pneumatic Tires and Ball-Beariog Azles. Baggies THE TYPJK:WRI1B ...::1' .-Ii. a.

t. of underrating the Boers and the absence for every body. /> PISO'S CURE. FORcmswHML \ I'" ... I ."' \i Jil
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of proper precaution. No doubt )KK OUft AOtNT OR WRITS DIRECT.. Best Cough firrap Tastes LSE Good.FAILS. Use L) :! .. S
the affair will revive Boer hopes and BUGGY co. 1 in time. Bold bydroinrigu. BYANT STRAT1 r-.l..a. 4
ROCK HILL Easiness ( J f.
inspire confidence among the enemy niLLj5.C. CONSUMPTION Coliege "h ,
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\ Great things are expected by the

.t: Boers of the new commander-in-chief, '

General Baths who has made is TABETStops
: reputation L. :

campaign.wholly Foreign during officers the present serving TIVf BROMO QUININE n r i.


. with the Boers have expressed surpriseat '


The his tactics.proof of continuing Boer activityin the Cough :f ; }

the Free State will compel... greater ..
circumspection on the part of the : r
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andWorks
British, and will probably delay the .-
march of Lord Roberts northward.

Detailed accounts of tbe fight at Off w ; -
Karee Siding estimate the Boer forces erersTl.ftll j', :

variously from 3,000 to 5,000 men.

w Brabant's horse occupied Wepener last The Cold. \,, \: ;.

Thursday unopposed.

I 7i Lord Methuen has issued the following 1 > ,

notification at Kimberly: "
"I have received instructions that if

any disturbance occurs west of the
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CURES -
Vaal river, my force is to return and 54

punish the rebels immediately. N rLAORIPPEW 449 *


PROVES EXISTENCE OF WAR

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y Dhmlnat of MIIJ or Kirkman Makes the --, v

Filipinos Belligerents.

t Secretary Book stated Monday that m iir' .;
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: Major George O. Kirkmn, Forty- ,urLr .

r ninth volunteer infantry, is no longer j1. t
:t t1 in- of the United States. prmp&SV&z&Jffifa
the service A KLONDIKE SCENE. <
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-1 1 i,Under.the articles of war,. the approY1al 1

;"t1'.' ." F by General Otis of the action.of the MOTE"-Every Druggist from Klondike to Cuba sells Laxativje jSroirfodjnr l.e 'Hyl rK *"** x
recommended
which .
"i ;eourtinartial I [ '* K Vjl T -w 3 s> *f n A?

; .1. l h |p JErkman for:dismissal' .on tie charge for Colds and Grip. In fact it is the only Cold and Qjip prescnpiO || m rp | C| L j r
t .,Ii .oldrnnkenneas,.waa sufficient! to exeX !

+t 'rated Bata the of beiDg'chunk.sentence. Kirkman. on the transportiLf .was sot vast territory which is striking evidence of its virtue and popujjhtjfrfe jfejP t ** ifc tll' ,


; IdTerpool. on the voysgo from SanJPranciaco ., 4; appears-'on every box of the genuine article To' Cure No 'Pay/
1 .to\Manila and'of Insulting & ;' !1

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Spring
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State nilitia Hay Be .

: By 'Government In Lieu Georgia Baptists Will Take Good Chief Executive of' Idaho Has Annually' Says :Tale : j? f .

: Large Standing. Army. Many Supportsrs.X Hood'sjSarsaparilla
Cars of the Homeless Ones, $
Hay, of Virginia, a _

k member of the military
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' i : 'o*, has prepared with great CONVENTION RAISES A HANDSOME SUM X IS PRESENTED TO ROOT. '. #\

bill to create of the militia of
,, ; ral states a reserve volunteer I ,la tha.Burins those Find pies;Bolla, (

; use in'time of war, to supple Remarkable.. Scene .\Vltne. d Daring tbe The Signer Declare Situation atCoenr I Eruptions And General Bad Feelings S s
,, Indicate that there
are cobwebs lathe :
regulararJllY.; The bill con Gathering of HaptliU In Griffin d'Aleae Warn Critical and Troop .-
: system. It needs a thorough ,
of the ;
a general broadening ,5
I (. the PMt Week. Were'a Nc *tlt7. .
guard, its equipment with the ;brushing, :and tha*best brash ,U'Hood's f

rifle,and its complete organiza- 1 at Sanaparllla, wblch'sweeps'

of.; time of war into regiments, One of the most remarkable scenes A Washington dispatch says: Gov- all humors before it. Thla great i.

: divisions and corps with the ever witnessed in a Georgia Baptist ernor Stennenberg, of Idaho, called at medicine eradicates Scrofula sab-
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battalion formation in the dues Salt Abeam, neutralize the
,
as convention took place during the the war department Saturday and pres3nted -
acidity which causes EheamatUm ,
.
and is designed to obvi-
: : army necessity of ,a large stand- morning session in Griffin Friday; iu person to Secretary Root In short, purifies the blood and'

upon the expiration of $7,486.76 was raised for the Baptist the petition to whio'a: he referred 'while thoroughly renovates the whole F:

t law July 1. 1901, increas- Orphans' home at Hapeville: although under examination before the house physical sjsteta."Ilood'a I
; '
: standing army to 65,000 and only $5,000 was asked for. committee on military affairs in favorof I Sanaparllla has been ; +
taken In oar family as a blood purifier
the volunteer a
present army the retention of the Federal
troopsin
The special work for the morningwas and spring medicine with satlsfastory -
the disturbed districts. The
the ccnsideration of the needs of mining results.' LZXAH EICHIED-
measure receives additional im-
had refused to produce the
from the.fact that Mr. Hay is the orphans' home. Sixty orphanswere petition governor before the committee until I SON. 135 West WIlUam street. BAtb, '

of the Democratic caucus. sent down from Hapeville, arriv- he had first submitted it to the secre- I N. Y. Bo sure to get Hood's.

.bill makes all citizens between ing shortly after the convention had t.vy of war, to whom it was addressed. O

to military of eighteen service and in the forty-five volun- assembled, having been given free The petition, and cities bears that about all of 2,500.the signers signatures Vegetables

the Central of Geor- CHOICE
transportation
by
.
: are citizens of Idaho and of the
; $4,000,000 annually gia road. As they entered the church county of Shoshone and the Coeur find a ready

; maintenance and equipment of President Northen's fell and he d'Alene district.
gavel mining They petitionthat market-but only that farmercan
'guard of the several said: the secretary of war be allowed a

( M1 this forming the nucleus of the "The children of the Baptists, the a small force of federal troops to remain raise'them who has studied.
;
army, and requires the%ea children of the convention, are coming in the quarters provided for them
of war to keep in each state a in; let the convention rise." and occupied by them at the town of the great secret how to obtain -

.J : of ordnance stores sufficient for Every delegate stood up and silencefell Osborn, Shoshone county, for as longa
days' use of the national guard both quality and quantity
on the great congregation, broken time as Governor Steunenberg may
: state in the event of war. by the sound of children's feet -as the think their presence necessary for the the of well-
+ by judicious use
: a system of mobilization I f little ones, some barely able to walk, preservation of peace and order.

guard by dividing the states came up and stood on the platform. The citizens also express their approval balanced fertilizers. No fertil
; military divisions and pro- Dr. J. B. Taylor, superintendent of of all the acts that have been
,-4 r for a board of officers in each the home, presented them as the children done by the governor and the officialsof izer for Vegetables can produce ""
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* shall hold examinations for of the convention. their state to and order
preserve peace
t,. ;: of, second lieutenant in President Northen made a touching and to bring criminals to justice. a large yield unless it containsat :

guard, such officers to bf speech in receiving them.A The petition says that some of the '
Potash. Send for .
; least 8% .I '
for merit and efficiency.
little boy was brought forward to acts of the state authorities may ap-
' I i > time has come," said Mr. Hay, present the claims of the home. He pivar to people at a distance to be dra our books, which furnish full
of his bill, "when it is at and made tic and but the who
was perfectly ease a regular severe, signers, are
: : to consider carefully the address. His gestures and his familiar with the conditions which existed information. We send them .

i' of the future military estab- facial expression were fine. He was for several years prior to the

of the United States. In the about eight :years old, and after telling declaration ol' martial law last May, free of charge.
..
of many the maintenance 'of a something of the happy home pro know that drastic measures were nec-

i standing army seems a necessity, vided for them, he said: essary to stop the band of conspirators GERMAN KALI WORKS,
..J firsth it'would seem that "The of mother's love who themselves behindthe
memory a shielding
; is other out of the diffi- 93 Nassau St.,New Toric.
no way that had once been theirs could never name of the labor organization,
:: : which now confronts us. = be blotted from their hearts. hid created a reign of terror and ty- Mini's tile Word. "!

: careful consideration of the He recited a beautiful poem in conclusion .nny seldom equaled in the history After they had their breakfast and i
has'led to the belief that the
-one that swept the great con- of the community. he to
; was preparing go to the office he .."'l
can be met without a resort gregation like a mighty wind of emo- Iu conclusion the signors beg to called the eldest daughter to one side ',
worst
enemy of a republic-a state the efforts of the and
; governor
and
tion.The whispered: "Anything special to -
and permanent military estab- president was in tears. JudgeA. the state officials, assisted by the military -
to this
:'s say me momlngr'"No
The secretary of war has D. Freeman of Newnau had his officials have and
; brought peace '
papa. Hope you'll have a pleas- j ;
: that 'the regular establish- face bowed in his hands to hide his good order to the district and given "
; : ; i in the United States will never emotion and to all business interestsand ant day.
streaming an impetus
eyes were seen
"Is that all. Nothing want to i
j itself you
the whole machine with
side and of the older of to all
on every some a sense safety people, -
tell me about, no advice to ask or
war will befoughl' This .
any brethren sobbed aloud. which are highly appreciated, and for
favor, or anything of that sort?"
admitted, it will certainly not
When the speech was concluded the which the signora are grateful.
tended that in time of peace children recited the twenty seventh "Only to wear your muffler and not .
establishment will be 'the take cold."
ylint: machine.' Psalm in concert, gave several songs REVIVAL OF OLD CUSTOM. "Very well" his voice harder and ?l
and closing by reciting, with bowed
: tk? first day of July, 1901, the heads and closed eyes, the Lord's Both Braaehe .f Methodist Church To louder. "I was conceited enough to R
; army will be. reduced to its prayer. Meet at 8__. Tim. la Washington. think that you might think some consideration

basis of :;6,610 men. Taking Dr. Taylor made a brief speech set- For the first time since 1861, when due me and confide in me.

: the situation which may ting forth the needs of the home, chief the Baltimore conference of the Methodist I didn't know that I might have established i

t I us at that time, will it be among which was a large building for Episcopal church divided, the some claim, but the fate of '

[ ary to increase the regular es the accommodation of the childrea two organizations, the Methodist Epis the married man Is to pay bills and :.

' : beyond that number? The who were knocking for entrance.Dr. copal and the Methodist Episcopal keep out of the road."

'r +, given for such increase are White, of Macon, said: "That church, south will meet simultane- "Why papa r* :; but the most important are money ought to be raised right now." ously in annual conference in Wash- you." '

must be a sufficient number Rev. Joe Goss, of Griffin, started ington during the week. "That's all right Don't try to soft i '

to man effectively our sea coast the ball to rolling by subscribing 8250 The Methodist denomination in the solder me. I am no spring chicken. -
; : ees' ;- a sufficient number to pre- for his church. The First and Seccnd United states divided in 1844 on the and I'll tell you right now that you're ''

t : ace and order in the Philippine churches of Atlanta each subscribed question of slavery, but the Baltimore making it hard for him. I'll make him .j- .
[ and a sufficient number to do conference remained undivided until
The Tabernacle church
$500. feel
:} gave as though he'd Jumped from a j .
: duty against the Indians and to $100. The Jackson Hill Sunday shortly after the outbreak of the civil Turkish bath into .a snow drift." : i
of the various posts in the school gave 8100. The West End war. Since 1861 there have been two "Him I Who.?" r t

: States I church gave the same. Baltimore conferences.The "0, drop that Innocent air. What do s syou
[ number of men sufficient for. sessions of the Methodist I
Then in Epis-
/ subscriptions began coming take me for? Do you think I have ,
purposes is variously estimated so rapidly that two men could hardly copal church will be' held at the Metropolitan to get the help of an expert to add two
65,000 to 100,000 men, but it M. E. church and
keep up with them. For a solid hour Bishop and two? lie came last evening and
now necessary to determine this in and then dele- John M. Walden will preside. The
they kept coming ,
you said: 'Why. how:. do you do, Mr.
; because a year may material gates began passing up cash. M. E. church, south, will meet in the Brown When he left It was 'Good .
present conditions. Mount Yernon church and
W.
The scenes during the collection were Bishop **
; ; it will be admitted by all that exceedingly touching and sobs were A. Candle, of Georgia, will preside ated night audibly George after dear, each and you word.punctu Yon "
which be
argument can heard. aad make the opening address.
came up stairs singing and when I
against a large standing is .
army At the beginning of the collection it
asked what time it was said it
ROBERTS you
of a well organized and was claimed that$5,000 would be suffi- EXPRESSES SYMPATHY.
equipped national guard. seemed too sweet to be true. Now f
cent to erect the necessary building.
Wires Condolence to Krnger On.the Death will you tell r.
: country has fought all of her
But, to the delight of all, when the
of General Jonbert. "I cannot You'll know
never a
with citizen soldiers and no good
of added it
long row figures were up
can be given for departing was seen that the large sum of $7- Lord Roberts has sent the following thing about it till be .buys the ring."-

4 that policy." 486.76 had been collected. dispatch to President Kruger: Detroit Free Press.

? ; Prisoners These figures were a pleasant surprise "Have just heard of the death of A Pair Unnecessary.
r .A.rt-'jllnK'- to all and it was unanimously General Jonbert, and desire to offer
departure of the Bft&sh trans Tommy-I know now why you wear ..
j the entire would be sincere condolence the sad
agreed that sum my upon
; from Capetown with the Boer only one eyeglass.His ( .
:
; the erection of event. Would ask to .
; : : : .for St. Helena has been de- devoted exclusively to you convey to Big Slater's Beau-Why?'
I cottages and dormitories for the or- General Joubert's family an expres-
: in consequence of the increased sion of my most respectful Tommy-Brother Jack said you oughtto
sympathy
phans.
: among the prisoners. Three with their sad bereavement, and to see with half an eye that slsterdoesn't
i aturday and twelve died during car anything about you.Jewelers' .."-
L Mcaragna Wants Americans.In assure them also from me that all .
; ek. Weekly.Malshy
I ,,", reply to inquiries from this country ranks of her majesty's'forces share my
; feeling of deep regret at the sudden
'Instructions Kept Secret. in regard to the openings 'for
and untimely end of so distinguisheda
Root that the instruc-
ary says &
Americans in Nicaragua, Consul Don- Company
toe,the Philippine commission general, who devoted his life to the ,
;j b made public at present as aldson at Man uga writes that American services of his country, and 'whose
.
a n I ISro.d St. Atlanta G*
: assured to keep them open for engineers, physicians, surgeons persocal gallantry was only surpassedby
: S : change or addition until the and dentists may find remunerative his humane conduct and chivalrous Engines and Boilers ,
in Lis bearing under all circumstances."
employment country. Steal. Water Hrtftera.Steam Pumpsn"tP.aberthr

.
Demand.. Higher Wages. LOSE FOR THIRD TIME. BLIND TIttER LIQUORS InJrtora.VaBBfMMrMB

Thousand in New York
men School Case at Alton, 111., Goes Against Found By Treasury' Aceata In Charleston'
S :' ; a..l neighboring towns in New tbe Negroes Once More. Custom Honse.

; and Westchester county, New The jury in the case of Scott Bibb Treasury agents in their search of

t : truck Monday for increased versus mayor and city council of Alton the custom house Charleston, S. C.,
end shorter hours. Most of Illinois, known as the colored found blind tiger liquors by the whole-

; bk-rs are carpenters and the school case, brought a verdict Sat- sale. ,Charges:'were made that the ;":

8&m.onnt. of building in pro- urday for the city., The case is a celebrated "blind tigers" had government protection w ,

fat jra the men. ;one and involves the questionof by allowing,their liquors to be sad Dealers InS :.,

' : tatlD eut Goes to Porte Bfeo. separate schools'for white and colored kept under bond. '.&"VD'". :MXLIa5:: .

fi ;: j I have been made by children. 'Fx Senator sfj: Cora:Mill*;*. **Mill*,Cotton Gin MM -
ij
T ; Bibb who represented the colored 6tlaoojD4 ; '. .
.department for the transfer of ry ad Grata g paratora.SOLID
)OO of the people, charged that the colored school, Ex-Senator W. H Gibson, Miry and ISSKXTXD 8*.a,Saw Teeth aa4lotisKalaktsPat.at
$2,000,000 appropriated
': 'land, died Saturday morning from Don.BlxlaaIlMill ea.f
:
J relief of Porto Rico. Governor children 'were excluded from the pub heart disease a.d KMC'***lUpair*,ov..r*.T.*.oraas
at Davis will the lic schools. This is the third time the at the residence of his Ban sad a lull Una .f Jim topUM. Prtee
c I spend money brother LieutenantGibson of the ,sad qoatttr of woods fmarar a d7 Catalogo
r
{ case has been tried in the circuit court.
for labor in public im in .free fcy" MttoniBa1 thus pa',a*. ,
navy, Washington, whtr. he had
; An appeal will be take to the superior 1 y
at the rate of $100-
: about : '
; ; ( resided since hi* 'retirement from. t1R IeitiIi.Ws .vr'cuaoaadatrdaera,
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by
ri{ Drug Co. $100 each on November,.ist ofeach ay ,

.... -:-- -- year, with ten per cent interest, \

.' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thede, of secured upon ;dwelling in Starke. I Just Received., '-
'..
>: Lawtey were shopping in Starke Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH I : ... .. .:'; .
office, Starke.' i i: .I -..,.wc/w h >' :
Tuesday.H.

Clark Chancey,-Ga., says "No family- can afford to be The most elegant The latest in Fl fw '" S.t' : ..

DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured without One Minute Cough Cure.It *i J Z : .

;:.: him of piles that had afflicted will stop a cough and cure aI Pattern Hats n1ur f ;

fhim for twenty years. It is also a cold quicker than any other medi which are so ou will be j tempt:, ,": ".
cinewrites r :
C. W.
speedy cure for skin diseases. Be- Williams, ed to smell the! fra w
Sterling Run Pa. It from Paris Berlin and workrooms IJ rice'. ,. ,.' :'
ware of dangerous counterfeits. J. cures croup, :! our own "I ., ; Y
bronchitis and all

,L. Gaskins ,n ___ troubles and prevents throat consumption.and lung will then be exhibited, together Laces and Ribon the latest styles' :E .' f

Mrs. Nellie Stearns, postmistressat Pleasant and harmless. J. L. with New Shapes, New Turbans, New : 1>Wkll' also be ex bite .!.., ;

. Lake Butler, visited relatives Gaskins. 1 ...
:
\ here Wednesday.An Miss Ellen Dean, of Baltimore, Trimmings, includingCOHEN PRICES Trlr, LO STi ..'. 1'M ; .

Md. arrived .. 1 '. ., ;:
occasional dose of Prickly last Saturday and is 1 "
L
:1. Ash Bitters keeps the system in charge ot the millinery department -=: :/ : :t'

{ healthy wards off disease and at J. G. Alvarez store. THE I IDE4kLLi eO ...._..r.. .. ..; ..tasp..... .<..-1... "
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17.
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Miss Dean is an trim- ... .: ....' "" --=
maintains strength and experienced I. ,: '.. .'.. .- ," ..
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energy : 'Jt. d. jJt.
:. ,,For sale by Starke Drug Co. mer and comes to. Starke highly .. '">,O-.' "4l". ,'-; -.f- >.!' .". ...' -- .,.... ...,. ;I.
It- NV .t-: '
, recommended : r -4
by former '' :
'
employers '
f ;Strawberries are bringing good FRIEDMfi; ; _f" '. ..,-..(. -r: :i1 r.:;. :!t':i'l"\'!: '.,"' .

'f returns.. J. L. Brownlee received I : ;" 1.tfJ '1: ( f; a -!
:
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':;<; returns last Saturday for four W. H. Shipman, Beardsley: J. ,. .'"'.;.i.' ., ." _..,.......: .t'l......, .. VfbS. .J ..... ...
Minn, under oath, he suffered; TARKE PD4 ... ... ,. '.. ..... "'" _
.
; ;:. bushels, which netted him $50. from says I r ;t\' ,.. .'.. ':f' ,,- ...,.y.< \1..h.; _N ''''':'' ''',.<':''''.1'''" :-
dyspepsia [for twenty-five
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t: Cleanse the liver, purify the years Doctors and dieting gave. -

blood invigorate the body by using but little relict. Finally he used 1 ',,.. .. .... _.- .
DeWitt's Little Kodol Art: : :' '''':'':!': '''''l i '- ;
Early Risers. Dyspepsia Cure and now Kodol :i ttii
I EST O fj1 ..1-
These famous little pills always eats what he likes and as much as &&te ATB_ >--: ':$. 'i' t '-: .....,.t::: ... '" ,.

: act promptly. J. L. Gaskins. he wants, and he feels like a new I :: )--.r.

-- man. It digests what you eat J. J.' L.G 15"i tlfl$
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Douglass L. Gaskins Cure ,
departed Monday for Ocala. where Dyspepsia 'I, 'A' .t. : _.; t.1 \ '.; Si''

Mr. Douglass will have charge of The best returns for strawberries DR .J If OOLSO", if'tAfa.: }'I">lax"' /f.if.fP..iPil' ;'::;: "*1 *f*

the store of J. W. Hodges. so far this season were received Digests what you eat. .b ,.t" -",," .'U'f .."." f ; t-V
,
, -, .- by John Uglow fer two bus eis It artificially digests the food and aids STARK. Plasw: : !; : \.ff' ., t i
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Thos W. Carter of Ashboro, N. shipped last Saturday. 'The two; Nature In strengthening and reconstructing ., "'it Y !'
.
In' ;{. 1" '
Dealer : "
C. had the exhausted digestive or- T f:1
kidney' trouble and one bushels netted 2624.) They were

? bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure shipped to J, N. Voorhees, of New ant gans.and It tonic.is the latest No other discovered preparation digest- : ;

effected a perfect cure, and he York, who is represented here by can approach it in efficiency. It Instantly I : RUGS iEDICTNE&14; r

Y' says there is no remedy that will C. R En ey:. relieves and permanently cures I ,.',-:... ,. '':.. ; :: 1' ''rF
;- .114-" : $; $%:
compare with i it. J. L. Gaskins. I Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, .. "
v' W. W Mayhew Merton, Wis., Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea "
.
.'" Cot C. L. Peek is having his says, "I consider One Minute SickHeadache.Gastralgla.Cramps and DRUG SUNDRIES; );5:>
all other results of imperfect digestion.
real estate office painted and v : fi' fe. ,
papered Cure woneerful
Cough a most med Price 5OC.and$1. Large sice contains 2S times r
and will have very handsome icine quick and safe." It is the small size.Boolf:all about dyspepsia mailed tree Chemicals, ,Toiled. Articles. 'Fine, _._per. ; _., '_
_' and comfortable quarters when the Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chicago > -- .1." T' x i
harmless .
only remedy that gives .
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J. L. OASKINS. fumery and Fancy Soaps, ,H lfarid. fj
work is done.Habitual immediate results, It cures' I' ,,",
-
-- colds bronchitis --- --- Tooth Brushes, Rubber Qoofls<::- :
coughs, croup, La' .
is the "
constipation Notice. ', :" ...:"t'r'J #
t:
grippe, whooping cough, ... .
pneumo ,
door which Specialty. ;
through of the ; .'}[ '
many 'r.
.
nia and a'l throat and dis ...
lung .
NOTICE is! that '
serious ills or the body are admitted hereby given :
s' The occasional use of Prick eases. Its early use prevents the following described lands will FINE CIGARS : \, v.-s

"' ly Ash Bitters will remove and consumption. Children alwayslike be sold at public auction on the &!9. .., ,: '' ., ;4i '

cure this distressing condition. it and mothers endorse it. J 7th day of May, 1900, at Starke, in f I GARDEN ,AND. .,. f$., (

Sold by Starke Drug Co. L. Gaskins. -- the county of Bradford and state of J FLOWER 1 SEEDS'.i1 ..,.'j.o.', >I!,.. ..'f.fi
Florida, or so much thereof will
as *
Since the town council does not ee
.r.
Geo. E. Thomas has returned to seem to take kindly to the brilliant be necessary to pay the amount Gte Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and- fj ;

his home in Wollaston, Mass., due for taxes herein set opposite .
suggestion of the Morning Excuse '
been salted here the with the of I prompt attention given to CompoundingPhysicians'Prescriptions r. :
having on account that -anterns be: hung on the street same together cost :
i of the serious illness and death.of corners the office force might : such sale and advertising: a day of night" .,** :' i ':
his Mrs :M. A. Demarest. lot ,; ;: >
father, Mr. Joseph Thomas. One .
take off the woods rtv :
a day go to { '; } "
commencing at se cer of Gall and f>2<;.i;? '
fr
and drive in herd of :
"I: think DeWitt's Little Early a' lightning New strs and 80 ft _... .J.C .
running n w '
Risers the best in the bugs. Tne public lighting project :::
are pills
ft ft Call
80 :
S2l/2 s to st, e along '
world," says W E. Lake, Happy would be furthered by action on Call st ft to of ; :: t'
r 52} place beginning lvi. SP ARMAN'i
l' Creek, Va. They all ob- this suggestion every bit as far asthough .
remove in Starke. . ---$2.30 : e3 1 i
structions of the liver and bowels the proposition of the Excuse i : t I i
had been taken seriously, and F. J..Field. Four acres in sw I b &LERSIN-- ;:'" J ,
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t'
act quickly and gripe. r
never
J.
of nNof 6 .'. __
then, too, its lar-fetchctl id'as of cor sent sec 29, tp s, ; + .1
; L. Gaskins. range 22 e, in tarke. .$605 : '
public improvement would be met HIGH GRADE''WI f -
Mr. and Mrs. W., H. Wright, of without expense. Ir i is not recorded <..JoodeVa1ter.!! Beginning j
visitors at sw cor of land of S. P Crews -<; v. .
Hampton, were to Starke in hugology that luminous Rye Whiskey. $2 to *5 per pal.; Corn Whiskey.;$2 to $2.150 per gatGhif. |2 to.K B#.. I
Monday They have recently ittle insects consume either oil 'il1d running n 34 ft, w 342 ft. s K-irn ?2 to$2.IOper gal.: Apple Brandy.$2.l Oto$3 per gal ; Peach Brut fr. $2.50 1C -atl 9. I ,{
or
White Wheat Whiskey,$2.50 per gal. Prompt attention paid to all orders '-' .
moved back to Hampton from wicks. 384 ft, e 342 ft to place of begin- ; 03

nil .'. in Starke . . .S6 a; is ;
Palatka and welcomed !! I IC R;
are cordially : JUGTRADE A, .SFECIA..n. ; .. ,
back their friendsA. Volcanic EruptionsAre Mrs Hamnett. Four lots bounded -

by many grand, but skin eruptions rob w by Broadway and J. R. Davis'lot C. MSPARDAN: & 'C-O., ; .1.'K: 1

R. Bass of Ind.. i 1- nown as of Orange College St&rkear,
Morgantown. life of Hucklen's Arnica Salve part )
jny. .. __u m__ ________ __ I.v': ;
had to get up ten or twelve time cures them; also old, running and lot, beginning at se cor of J. '- -- -

in the night, and had severe back fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, R. Davis' lot an-* running 57 feet Daring Burglary!. i/ s : '

'. ache and pains in the k+dneys.r corns, warts, cuts, bruises, burns, thence n 267 ft, thence w 205 feet, What Motherhood ..Means The home of wW.: '/

,. Was cured by Foley's Kidn y scalds, chapped hands, chilblains, thence s 92 ft, thence e toy ft, s I the southwest pirt (\ .,. '
Cure. It is L. again 175 fr, in Starke .$6 80 *
guaranteed. J. best pile cure on earth. Drives I burglarized Sunday/ h f' ,
To the In
woman -
Miss A. Hollister, One-half J perfect i
Gaskins. out pains and aches Only 250 a he--dfreefrom. anyfemaleweakness accomplished, ,/Je -c- L' .,
acre commencing 100 ft from sw .-*' -
1 lox. Cure guaranteed. Sold by t. i{
/ H. S. Grimes, captain of the Gaskins. cor of Madison and Thomas strs, fom 'c,.-' rai i "';'.Y, ''' r .
J. se !by a..r
Santa Fe Lake steamer "Alert thence ft ft ft it La'.u1S one of the most 'Thei)1u
s 210 w 105 n 210 e his -w :hrou
wis visitor to btarke during the Committee to Meet. ft, in of of perfect forms 0 f happiness, .. ( .
County 105 ne# sea sec 29 tp .inowffef .' 1".. .._
s week. Captain Grimes has a host The Democratic Executive 6 s, range 22 e, in Starke. .$3.00 I but to the sufferers from any; f, ycttb in
pr" e
County ,
orfriends: in Starke who are always Mrs. Georgia Laker. One lot form of Womb Trouble it brings Ba&i r. } ,1
Committee of Bradford county "( *: ring he 1
additional burdens almost.tab
glad to see him. I20.ft n and s, S26 ft e and M, SQ Jtercrs "
_.. is hereby-called to meet at the great to bear. 'There is;kpV .l m. '0v *' fpsrlor Ul ..
-" -
-- house in Starke, bounded e by land ofV.. R, .ht ".'L. n ; even .
court Friday, weak \ '
i form of female -iv
J. L. Carson, Prothonotary, Glisson land of Mrs. ever, no tb'"t .. IS about ':
J s by Wiley, : .ki k
; o'clock cloth : ;
to
"I have April 13th, at n a. m., that G. F. P. (GertfcV : f.i'f
Pa. ness
Washington, .
says
n by Hoyt estate, in Starke. $2.85 xt "Foley's Honey
but leav M'
issue call for
fix the date and a a Female Panacea will i.J
found Kodol Dyspepsia .Cure an county convention for the purposeof Mary E Markley. E half of b ki ) color notptttte.! I watch i ..v.,_..h tr.n t It worth a ,"%;
It strength ,djijpjfui --
t: excellent remedy in case of stomach in Gaskins' addition to the town gives inS. '
to the went the kiyfe? ..r :
electing delegates congressional $ 1-o _
trouble, and have derived great of'Starke .. __ . . .. $185 rich blood Hi "
and state conventions, few wwki M or*mr Mood kM wr bora fcrw --i. > made t .sari sJG 4 Iit
"
v ; benefit from its use. It digests JohSH.. Powell. Fractional lot I II ...,BT wit*kid tool tmftj wrr ..**. ". ***.fl. *..-A'......', I IUd -, C, Harris, of f. i
i and to transact such other business kei wbh ber baa.wr ad.II..ed. Ha aIM ia.d !' v.ctua ?i rfere *
and not fail to ... ..th..a,1u .. Bollft,T ., ,Ae.add visiting here :; ,
what eat can A blk & and w. br r.j. r { : : .
Livingston .
43'n Truby
you as properly come before I I ( f_aoalha ws brought be 1os..Mpe w.u. c.... i I!"""'vln.- "uti?: i: :. ,r !
may mmoned
r.o
cure. J, L. Gaskins. Co's addition to Starke. BWBBMT in*Won oar third ehOd*M bM the.tM. .yadal.apw.d "' "F' onaccount '
the committee. $290 IID4 w.wa..ery.a..ry.Maa.r. 1.b.r0.t pn-= :sea; ". I. 't'*! coif the latter's mothfine'hen '''. i
:t..adI.m gladt.certa i.W.Y.o.nd.nd e 4
merchant of J. L. HILL, Thomas Tadgett estate., One ..u IID4 tuamtatD.. I work ot t"y hi W. "-3 : ;
J, W. Wells, Jr., a bounded lands of Dr. I draJleiEdIaa Try IPlt Moore. Mrs. j
Ch'n Dem.aEx. Com, acre ne., by C. II: G lied the ,hick .' : .
?
Dunnellon Florida's phosphatecenter iI l'll r" to n seriously ill with {
: 1f7Ol '4 a '
; Tate lands of cl 1
t* Powell, s by J. : ..
business Mad for tt. 5. rwl Mud. My our o.daraadp.Irii.4. off acoua .. ? clis .' ;*
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was transacting WI will apply yon dDS et ipTM ag pr p M.- slightly improved i-:
Mill Richard in
A Powder Explosion I the ChlCka. ':: .
Mr. Wells ; ft ; "
in Starke Wednesday. Unknown. Commencingl6o Ityoor ew u aot tally eaq..d by mr fUt 132."HEALTBT .:! :1- '' -.*.
an-1
Removes everyjtarfgjn sight; so do HAPRT DOME." t
isvisitmg; his at Worthington MOTHERS MAKE! 1I J ,
; parents drastic mineral pills, but both are I e of ne C9rof, blk 10, according to i a drillIa eoddMlee for trw.adTle lo' > 1J his booty w. .ttfitt's: Little Early' ..:
Springs! plat the said point being on line of J LADIES HEALTH CLUB T.I H.nto A. I v best i Tlij :
1r
mighty_ dangerous. Don't dynamite ; .lUMII." the inmate; m, pills in the ,! : :
La coughs often continue' the delicate machinery of continuation of Jackson st, 52* ft I oJ> Theft;:( j ti I-- Lake, Happy .j! ; i: >
grippe e, n / ft, w 105 ft, s ft to For Sale. ) .. *-
for months and sometimes s to your body with calomel, croton oil 52 105 t ..--.tit: A remove all obbowels- f

fetal'results after the patient is or aloes pills, when Dr. King's New place of beg, in Starke $3.00 160 acres'of land, well timberjE ;!J,='." 1o..i J '" Jg and a',1diog.to ,

' 'r 'Supposed to have passed the dan Life Pills, which are gentle as a Unknown. Lots A, B, C, D six miles trom Melrose, Clay couo-%'':--fferx rreivar e,1: U"; epee J. :11' : ,
and F, blk 2, in Wynn's additionto Price reasonable Isxil....- thea"pprehenJft t:
Foley's Honey and summer breeze. do the work per- ty. or: will, : J ;..

'Taraffords:;!; protection and Fectly. Cures headache con tipa. j i the town of Starke $115 change for village property. .A4t'4::i i ::. '1.14t.. .. -I... ).;' .
positive .
P. BENNETT ( _. ... t. .
: J, dress. Mrs. S. Benedict 'i" .. :.
at J. L. Gaskins' J. \t1 : > .
purity from these coughs.J.. L. tion. Only 25c j ii:. r" "It" ;: :' J ,., ;4, 11
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Marsh il and Collector. J r..scnb advertlse.il..I .
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--.c '\" -! ,r IL : "I';JACOB' JONES. SENTENCED. I, ... -'ii.uW';; ':.. '. .. .

;:BLEGRAJH It'is ,al rw ays) ,g lopte pleasure the sncoMs.trf to the; foes' Up' for, ':Three'Months:'Years: and..<< ..Six DJOI)! .It i is ,not ,claimed. thatFoley's. *

its fdlowr"citizeris"; in\:whatever] and wifi .'Consumption
The Times-Union and Citizen'of au Honey; Tar cure -; ,
tHeir duties maycall\ them.arid it
. 4 is aldistinct' pleasure! .to'vnote I by arecent'report Thursday contained thefollowing" Asthma 'i inf advanced
fi ot the sfate' health notice of the sentencing of. Jacob ,or : ; a '
:
'
:
\ well in this "
offi etJbatDr.'f: L.. StewattThas Jones' known vicinity ono such false5hopes
ofcounterfeiting it holds )lit 7
i little so acceptably'fulfilled' his:dutiess as to;the penitentiary- ; on:a charge stages; .

,,'f.. Woee edrel- special agent'of*the''health.Aboard: Judge Locke: made final, disposition but .does. truthfully claim to ':
as to d Scriemd receive the high "

f : > ies muslin a'lenghfy commendation of of;Dr.the Porter.workings In yesterday in the morning United of States the last court of always give comfort. and belief in the ;

report ,
the counterfeit cases, which attracted -
of the board Times-Union published,and in last Citizen Saturday's considerable' public attention very' worst cases' and i in :the early

I the fall and win
early
during ; :
Dr. Porter of Dr. Stewart r
: says : ter. This was;i in the sentencingof stages to effect .a cure.. '. '
"Dr. E. L. Stewart, who was
: f,, q.nth! and Jacob Jones to serve a ,term of
inspector
appointed sanitary
three years and six months: atihardlabor
r !
v-- assistant State health
to the
at the state penitentiary at BANNER SALVE is a :healing wonder.
r officer, deserving of'praise and
,
Nashville, Tenn. the designated
;
.
commendation for the
ability, -
speeialaptriess
t 4
for Federal
-and efficiency with repository prisonersfrom ..

which he has conducted' the work The Florida.crime for. which: : Jones was LAKE BUTLER. .R. T. KNIGHT KILLED. .
didtig..smaIlpox'in in the different
senteqced wasTupon' conviction of
; sections to which.'*;he has i Newsy Gossip, From that ThrivlBg Shot .Thursday Night by Some o.
and in his
-
having
passing
: posses
been'sent.It.is. a pleasure for the .Town 'r Unknown. ,
ti v f sion on September 16, 1899 counterfeit .
State health! r to -cordially,invite .coins in imitation of silve 'By Our Regular Correspondent. '. :' < VA: telegram) received by Sheriff-

tiviat 'e nr4 the.attention\,of the; board L to dollars which he passed on severs James Kelly is happily domiciled Denmark Thursday night about.,

irfr d. Smtist satisfactory conductionaffairs'Smd' : persons at Palatka* with the intent at4be Croft House again and ;is 9 [o'clock announced, that ILXj, '...
treatment bfavery.cult apparently having a: fine time well known citizen, .r
to defraud. He. was:indicted.by : ;Knight, a' of"
problem}; the;-execution of 'Lake butler's hospitable ,Puller
i-/k the grand .jury..of -jhe-.United among Lake_ ; had been assassinate 'e
ttlr'he. iishevith -
friction has3ltec .. States,,court. last* December and citizens. : |.ed. The<< telegram gave .no parestitulars
t. : tieexpellentaestimomaYto 2{ on.December 18th be was' 'found Elder Cameron preached; at: the but requested the sheriff_ :?:

,. : the guilty a$charged.: Sentence was Christian'church Sunday' morning: ,secure blood hounds and'came t
.ttt' fh nd ability\ :ot Dr.. Stems: suspended, as' the court was in- and night and Elder Biggs,, who |at'"once, which dearly indicated ':'
tat all surprising to bis friends has been visiting in this ,locality{ that the had been done
"* > -- ; formed that-the state authorities- 1. shooting by
_, ,.-C} JLoat r-Ji tsb ouldJ"nietit.sticlimeaitatJpQ.tslust'what desired to use.hini\,as a witness fo fir several days, filled the same some unknown person. a

r-& < > ; ',we exiildojf the,;stat .in a:inurtler in the Bradford pu'pit' Monday night. i Immediately upon receipt of,the: '
: him?,when he entered wurity Jbranch 'jbf the :circuit Presiding ,Elder LV.. Moore telegram Sheriff Denmark dis: .
po L'hls duties as special agent' "of court,'andbeing; *'under sentencewould will be here on next Saturday and patched messenger to the turpentine x

healthboa"rt; l J hat his.'splent4idtxecative' disqualify bim'as such witness conduct quarterly meeting at. \the (' camps of Edwards & Our

Wprofessionat atittnentsbatrecd .- Methodist church both Saturdayand : ham in Clay county :to borrow ::

public : Hesvas: ,placed'.upon. the' stanoin 1 Sunday i their blood hounds but the messenger
."owledgmeilt'ftoi.I) o eminent the'case, and'IS said to have testified : Mrs S. ;Y. Col son, we are sorryto made an unsuccessful l effortto j
,- tti >nty ts:gratifywg to hosehavonghaveappremate her home .
exactly contrary to what ',he mention.isveryill.at find the camps and returned JJ'
'
h'sabr- had previously testified at a preliminary near Brooker. :Mrs. Colson was"long during the early hours of the .;,
a ity/as :a-physicianandliis:* splendidqualities examination. His evi a resident of. Lake Butler: and morning without.the dogs.. ft- ', '
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1
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cit&en.
.r a ." '*as. a'. fevening ; de'nce, however, ..is' said to have she has many friends here who deplore The,sheriff left for Lake Butler

I made no' difference in. the final her illness very much.. soon after :receiving the telegram t:
Ak'g'f"t"
..1 .4. conviction Charles Register left Monday-to,( but has not sent <,
... ., result of .' The nec-s [;Thursday night 'F .
<:;;";.. Z'S: ,,,":'g.C'';!l es 'oft r.x, odis' ity f postponing, sentence having resume his position with 'the telephone I[[r any partIculars of the shooting to ':? .

,;"A."'iM''i :, ih yarrailged t' "MisPfoa' passed, her was .brought into force, now located on Bur-i(f this city; op to the time the TELEGRAPH .;f"-
r!!: .y, .anis e "t of court.yesterday. He was informed nett's J lake., I i\ goes to press; early Friday :
{ ss ,. :'f'.IU ACation;trive"- 'recitaletri I byr Judge Locke that requests had J. J Jones contemplates a trip'tothe I[I,morning.Ideal. I '"
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b, '" iami w b rida'y March 43th. been preferred for imposition southern strawberry! s in I: ,--- tom., If:. : :

: .. ? : ,isa: ayis from Watford of the fuU"term ten years pro- the near future. .* I Millinery upenlaff. .; '.. l....
; tit,'Canada' sand has recited vided by' law.. He. said that the The supper for the benefit of the ,| The 'mi&inery& opening of the :f.
\,:, it{ i1tof the cities and towns of bject of penalty was'rather reformatory Baptist church seat fund was a de-t'I Ideal is now only a pleasant merr- :, ;;'

\'Ii i"<' Oi1.tario,1 receiving the highest than vindictive, and he be 1 1ieved tided financial success. Aboiid pry, but it was so successfully :.; ; .'

commendation"" of 'the"p ess and that a shorter sentence than $2; was realized. managed as to deserve more than 1; ,'

,,",Y"'t.. p blk.' ** Y- ', he maximum wuuld be sufficient.He The pear trees, which a short passing notice.For ., ,k .0:;"'
t' ..Fnm a recent issue of the St therefore imposed one-third ot time ago were laden with two days the store was l'

,f l, .. J. ;A 5 (Ont fjoAigus the followlhj he highest. penalty! -allowed.: 'blossoms, are now blackened byf I crowded by the: ladies interested :
, .og', .. : :t6rapltment to ,her elocution Wi ht. The will f-
.. With the indictment againstones pear crop apparently in spring headwear, and the character ";;
it i in ,jscopied: others on the same charge be a failure in this section of thegoods,; displayed and ,
tie...:'efocuti ionary efforts of"Mjss' The private school, under the
.vere found against }his father J. T the prices asked have been sub"o'
: Flo.' McLeay were' highly !ones, and his brother, Chas. careful guidance of Miss Minnie jects of most favorable comment 1..t

wrsjdlng [appreciated. Her !firsf' selection: ones The charge' against the Parish, seems to be working very among! the fair.sex. :: .
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[\ft.npldSweethe2trt of.Mine, will.! I tatter was npl-prossed, whi'e the' smoothly. The decorations of the store and :. !
1tcoic ,'The Tax on.Ilachelersp'1dcIiet :- L. A. Duncan has lumber on
: older man pleaded guilty to the millinery department were very f! ..
Ft** w on'good terms 'iviih"hetatfdcenee I charge, and was sentenced to a the ground for an addition to his neat and attractive but held' second ..:-,
\t \ :She has a clear Voice term ot three months in the Brad hotel. The great increase in travel place 'to, the charming crea-

1i ihd'has if wen' ,und -'cohtr J, an.f ford c runty jail A portion of fully warrants his enlarging' his tions of,Miss Embrer,'the artistic F -

t3e t8ttl l l ps. ,lj-er; pPfi cake on the.sta e is freeand'biataral. this sentence was afterwaad removed facilities. milliner is presiding in this rdepartment

.' ''Her sword f studies' and his re'ease was ordered Several new residences in town for the season. f

ot ,iiasrettirii laii'dpiasfiques_,.were. .. graceful" ,and on March 7th. will soon be ready'for occupancy] Excellent music furnished by an .
'" The brush is .
severaJU-days! irtlStlC. Vj-'f painter's only lackingto orchestra composed of Miss Eva 1

't oofher.'. father> Mrst' t fbie recital will be) .!given, *- :at the make them handsome homes. Miller' Messrs.' J. K. Melcher, A. 4{ .
opera hduse _. ** .. Perfect Health. J. T. Futch is having a neat cot- ,'
Mr, :-. f'r.. G. Powell and Tate Powell added
I -,. .f..f; ;; .- the in Age built adjacent to his residence,
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( tBusly ill,:but is now v .y Keep system perfect order pleasure to this ,auspicious event '
> For Sale. which will be for rent as soon as .;,
in Starke's mercantile
:c !s{ ch lmproyed/4 % by .the occasional use ofTutt' completed.Dr. ,- history. ,.
'c J V"S! "On April 7th at clock a. m, .
Liver Pills. Subscribe advertise : sY .
,ring mjllroenr 'opjening of at my home! in Starkr, I will offer < They regulate -

\ 0Hajn es7 Company, will for saletothe, highest bidder for die bowels and produceA John C. Wills was called to '..:,'..
'y' f ,: nex Wednesday- ash ten acres of fine vegetab'e Hampton Tuesday on professional '

ftvApri '.nth' and .,i2th.ful land,',adjoining the Hoehle place, Vigorous Body.For business.
a 'dismay of up-to-datr on Crosby lae. Also, household sick rwidache,malaria, biliousness COFFIHS! :

1, Cyril) be made and should furnishings, consisting of.organ constipation and kin- FOR SALE. I
t ised.by'the ladies.jtisjth4McCuhr sewing: roachrne:-"b'edsi; bedroom GASKETS, .
T dred diseases, an absolute cureTUrf'S ,
Mrs. T. J.V suitvjchchen: "furnishings, etc: Thirty Acres, being the west ,and tan" line of ; -'
i -r ,MRS. M. KACHELHOFER.' Liver PILLSAn half of the northwest of ,
w M iAjbmc Mkrkey, Miss_ *>, -'. -. quarter UNDERTAKERS
'flit l;tot Lawtey and the northeast quarter and east
' 1' tl! thews, of this city, Dr. ET .Stewart, as special advertisement published in quarter of the northeast quarter of SUPPLIES ,

c U-i %io visit Samp- agent ,of the sf f!l'>oard of health,. last week's TELEGRAPH broughtan the northwest quarter of sectionII Always on hand. The best 4" <
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; .. r < Twauay,bentton the has recently hafl Hjs duties enlarged inquiry from far away Con- in townspip 7 south, rangt; f.21;. service
the lov
a L3-J& XfutotofsthVfinny ) .somewhat by 'the assignment necticut. It pays to advertise in east of the, Tallahassee meridian!ri, at +st t

& &, Jfft .*d&t'ersTe part& ,of the duty:of' !inspecting!i the. the TELEGRAPH. .. For $300, on easy terms. prices. ? .,

towns, of the state and seeing that tUtentlon Telegraph Orden
f 1. 'cIcfra2ci) 4V the municipal! authorities_,:keep Clothing, shoes and hats in all Write owner, I. d
: Abreast' of therduties: "alongthefine I shapes and styles, at lowest pricesat W.: E. Hamnett, C.'LIVINGSTON.. ..
'of sanitation. the Ideal.S.kirts .
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a B '14_ I efmpre: of it, ,lovely pieces of Summer .j. Our t line of Notions i -

=Tnun;; Of>nor.' 9 We have a line of consistspf : :
v '' 3 to eruct .. before Dress Goods-plain and pretty I .
the latest noveltiesin i Groceries. .
n art iL ''figured Lawns, Organdies, ladies Summer Skirts and
i Ladies':
retoria.,:Ts? 1W I ; "Belts"B ckIesJ
4J .giving *hat 'Swiss, Silk Ginghams' Shirt, W1ists.Vhite, Handkerchiefs In .
t.c ci' s th-e'cr H _sq'TIes Groceries :we always

iu .; Madras,.,Silk Chambrays, light and'dark blue Duck, Underwear, :, ,etch. and,, ,endeavor;to,carry a :fresh :
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& I I Shirts, etc Inspect in 'this line 741roof
' e 'stoceiiethe goods will suit you'andI' 75c up. ShirtWaists our : .... -
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%- line of Shoes.and,get our ;that: our: efforts ,
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