Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 20, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00401
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Z COUNTY CONVENTION CALLED. W. B. HAYNES '. Jt.t.,........>": ,..-o" >;"-iftr.' ,F.i, \t

County Democrats Will Meet .- ':t! 'I :
May isth*. ':

The Bradford County Demo- Early buyingmeans "
cratic Executive met '. -
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April 13th in this city, pursuant to '
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I call of the chairman. ... : .'..'I 'tf'l'."... lr .
,: Drugs and The following members of the ;It.... lo': ''",..."
pure committee answered the roll call: satisfaction.
rompt attention J. L., Hill chairman, Dr. E. A. .
I Todd G. W. Clyatt G. W. Alderman ., '
I. W. Pin holster, W. H. r- '?"*,
come to us. Rosier T. M. Williams and J. T. Realizing this we have displayed our Spring,and.Sum* <_{!. .

Wills A call was issued for a conven- mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season: tnanu,''ffl .
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-'."- tion to be held in Starke, Tuesday, usual I, even at t h. k of being accused- of. "croi -d IJ : -'{ q
3 May 15th, to elect delegates to the .' ..
j 1 vby state convention and second con the season." . '...,;f..1.:qft1t .:
Especial care and prompt attention gressional district convention.The 1'

L given to the filling of! ous districts representation in the of conventionwas the vari COME. LOOK AT THESE. THE i J: ..

1 e ;Prescriptions. fixed as follows: PLEASE YOU ." .:. r't ." .
Dist. No i, Lawtey 5 delegates.Dist. -'>".t.to.; ;. .
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No. 2, Lake Butler 21 dele- "; *
gates. Lawns-White, Figured and Solid.OrgandiesEvery :.' '...."" ,:'j'J. j :f! W.} .. ". :
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'i Dist. No. Palestine dele- : .i -, tf1" '
3 4 and kind. .; : "j
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Dist. No. Providence 6 delegates DimitiesWhite and 4. '.
TOI' 4 Figured."t ;
> A FULL LINE OF FINE ..: 'r :; /"f.:' ..!'. ,,....;,'.r/.r.oi. .", ;,..0'" :.
Dist. Pine Hill, 8 Dotted SwissWhite and Colored. : : "
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t LET ARTICLES ALWAYSON ; Dist., Starke, 25 delegates. : ; : :. ::1

NAND.I Dist. 7, Hampton, 6 delegates.Dist. : Dotted White. Lawns. : .. .> ... ./ '. .. ...,srr:.::, ;,.... 4
8, Pine Grove 2 delegates. ', ..., .,: .' '. "'''" '"' t ,
rl Total 78. Piques and Nainsooks. ...f. '.."<'.... :'?..t..,i.!. .; ..' ':':,; .' f; "':

Linen LawnsBlack and Figured. '.' <. 7!{ ., < ".-k ;
STARKE CO. : 1. ... ,
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Starke was highly favored last Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. .Y.... : ;. ::
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Friday evening to be able to attend ; 1/ '
tPttt tttttttttttttt the elocutionary recital of the gifted Dress Crash_Large quantity, from 8c to :2c. .per. .yd.-;: V. :,. : :' ,_ l, .'t

t Miss McLeay. The recital was PercalesEvery :}rlk=: .... \.1
piece a beauty. it.i:
given under the auspices of theWoman's .. .. '. .t'.1
Home Mission Societyof ', '.
the Methodist church. Our Prices Will You '
Ii; INSURANCEJ. Miss McLeay is a graduate of Help to \ \ :'

the New England School of Oratory .

!. and has successfully given recitals -I. Economize. : J
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,'. in many cities ot this countryand ; : .
t J. R. DAVIS & CO., Canada She is at present : ="

..,...;;'. 'STARKE FLA.it College.professor of To elocution an attractive at Rollins personality THE w. D. nnmcs\ ( :: 1

I rM1 = = = ..I. icacy of manner she adds, that a grace coupled and with del co. M

?<", !3 i her elocutionary talent perfectly I \\I'

< captivated her audience. The J ". .. I..,,'\.!...
* rendering of the "Marriage of the .' .'..'. ii t.-1..
' Flowers" and "An Old Sweetheartof t
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.. Mine," was exceedingly! weB is"Ml I 1
t @ done. In fact, each piece was
',R ; enthusiastically applauded. One .. .

x@, These @ very pleasing feature was the plas-
3 ;: speak tiques and sword studies, which ,
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': for support in the rendition of f ti
?.r f @ @ the entertainment Miss Peek accompanied THIS SPACE t
f .\themselves: @ Miss McLeay on the piano :
Mrs. Hercules and Miss Truby belongs to .
, ': ..t(, (ro:' favored the audience with a well : ,

I...'.. \(',;f': '", @ '. : :Beautiful. Scotch Lawns, 27 inches @ solo rendered in her duet.usual Miss charming Peek sang style.a G.C. LIVINGSTON. .; r :

r '' wide, only 5 cents per yard. The Band kindly added much to ,.l
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tr : Delhaven, Dimity, IOC per yard. their program fine selections.The Watch itl! i. :

: i::01. @ ''lYlerrimac Shirting, 5 cents per yard @ ladies of the Home Mission ':,. ,' .t ..;

*' ; not elsewhere. l@ Society desire to sincerely thankall '. 1 i S
r @ -a bargain procurable
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. _. .. those who so generously helpedin i 1

... @ Thtee quarter Bleeching only 5 cents @ the evening's entertainment. ; i I.j

., "....I"C C ;;J .-Het. ,; ya'' d.i @ Prospective Improvement. -. ".....,--.. ,I":"

@ '. @ There is a probability that the > ...j.f.5'I j
Call street property of the Hoyt ,
If you want PK. @ estate will soon be improved by the i:
erection of__ a_ handsome___ brick struc- 1 'I.J
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; IiM. ture. Whether the property will '. h

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. .;:' you want the latest styles in that popular be improved by the present ownersor Pains in the Back. ,. What Two Cents Will Do. .6 ;:

.i ; t .\ : fabric and this store offers the up-to-date pass into other hands is a mat- A. B. Farrington, Constanta, N. It will bring relief to sufferers ..1'I; .I'
} ; ter that has not yet been fully de- Y., says: "I was troubled several from asthma or consumption even j,
'r c@ ideas. Our PK. trimmings are a novelty, termined, but it is almost certain years with kidney disease and suff- the worst cases. This is about .:

:' ,_ too, that must .not be ignored by correct @ that the improvements will be ered servere pains in the back. I what one dose of Foley's Honey i! :
{ :@ commenced before the end of the
r. used Foley's Kidney Cure and one and Tar costs. Isn't it worth atrial { j
t'' '"' dressers.HEADQUARTERS. @ summer. bottle cured me. I recommend it 1) J. L. Gaskins. ,[.1
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: The construction of a brick to my friends. It has given'per- .
'',' 1., fro -ll. '''9isi' .'1 -I' building on this property will be fect satisfaction Take no substi Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Harris of ;
,t"; t ( : among the most important improvements tute. J. L. Gaskins. Jacksonville, are visiting here, {
; ta\ that have marked the having been summoned on account ;, '\
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progress of the town, as it is located J. H. Blackwell has sold to M. of the illness of the latter's mother .. 1
FOR PULLEY BELTS I in the center of the business '' N. Blanton his interest in the tur- Mrs. W. W. Moore. Mrs. '! 1
!J .1' district. [pentine business of Anderson Moore has been seriously ill with j

Blackwell & Co and has movedto la grippe, but is slightly improvedat :
COLLARS THE LATEST of Ooat this time. "j 1
; : AND @ The Appetite a Hawthorn where he has boughtout .

@ Is envied by all poor dyspeptics the turpentine business of L. I "I think-DeWitt's Little Early .\.:.,, ';
@ NOVELTIES. @ whose stomach and liver are \S'i: I Ii M. McKinney. In his businessMr. ,Risers are the best pills in the i.
: i of order. All such should kn&J; Blackwell will have a partner I world,",says W. E. Lake, Happy ::
<1f-i'4ld"t @ I that Dr. KingS: New Life Pills the associated with him and the styleof I Creek.31L They remove all obstructions ;1 ..jI
11'M: fro i wonderful stomach and liver remedy the firm will be Bishop & Black- I of the liver and bowels, ,
ff 'I gives a splendid appetite, well. They have a large body of act quickly and never gripe., J. r y
: '! sonnd digestion and a regular timber. land near. Hawthorn and L. Gaskins.. '* 1 =
.tLg, ). J.'G i bodily habit that insures perfect will Manufacture naval stores on # .
s a large scale.TELEGRAPH. Mrs. G. E.Pace, has been fill
s health and great .Only
energy. __
,:liY' @ 25 tents at J. L. GaskinS drug _tr for some, time' past and ris not .,).::4.' .. ;i"

t h tttt tgtgt i% ttitt store. advertising r pays. yet thought to be out-of- danger.. ...:. '.J;.:'ir.F# ":r.' ."-a" .w.o ? -
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: x P u Uahed Eve r Frlday at Health.IBCKACHElumbagorbeu J. .


; Office in Bank Building.! Starke Fla -

5 d. S. MVTTHEW5.PabIliher.and I\I

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t ?. One Year...-8UBSCBIPTIOI\-..............:.... ............. are wrong. They are the strainers of ifyou're JOHN
the blood and must be kept right .PHYSICIAN AND SUKUKOy.DISEASES :
... SixMonths.................................. :'bi'
to have health.
! ,' ThreeMontns: .............................. Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed to OF WOMEN: AND OfuT1l."TJlIn' A./ ,

;. .. ,, make the kidneys right-to put them in perfect :. .
t health. Yon run no risk. ICs guar bPlfCULn
'. Entered i In thePostofficeatStarkeFla.as j' I h 1 S anteed. Buy a bottle to-day if you're not 1 Offlre with, the SUrke Druic Co. __ .,
4: i feeling right. I ; """
ond-daes Matter. ; W.L.VANCY.Paducah.Ky..writes- "I bad T\HKE. FLA. ,
I i I II a severe case of kidney disease and three of the I
best physicians of southern Kentucky treated

' Starke, Fla., Apr. 2O. .. 1 1 III I j,ll me without Kidney success.Cure. I The was first induced bottle to gave tryFoley's i rp nos. K.ATTORNKYATLAW..-nCGG.I. .

X," i' I immediate relief and three bottles cured me
I.:. i; permanently. 1 gladly recommend this won I.
derful remedy" l : : .
it: Editor Watterson of the
BANNER SALVE is the great healer. Corner Cheer and Jackson Strevl. Marfce ,
ville Courier-Journal, who

, over the traces in 1896 and J. T. v<'ILLS. : A. ti. LOSO.LLS .- )'

to support the democratic County Treasurer's Report :" & 1,0X0, r :
!,{. announces his intention of FOR THE QUARTER ENDING M\RCH :U, 110): ,

porting year. .
'' the undersigned, treasurer of said County beg leave to submit the following Report.ON .
ACCOUNT GENERAL Ft'\D. Office in Pfk'i Utiildinsr, Sinrke. Fla
Our strawberry nIL cn
"; growers Toamt. rec'dof G W Alderman rec 12........................ .......$ 5455 $
. .. been somewhat disappointed To awl reed of U W Aldernian. lice nces. rt'Ct.12 ,..,..,............... 67V>
To auif. rec'd of G W Alderman, rect U ..... .... ............... 54 5>> H. COLbON. M. !>.,
find that the same old To amt. rec'd of JB Whiifl..ld, tan sale redemption.. ...... ......... 15 t\5 J .
', To amt. teed of G W AItI..rman.r.-c..t. 14............ ................ IHO M -
tion rate on strawberries To ami. :'dofUAldermau.licl'n.1........................ ....... 113
.. J B Whitfield. tax stle redemption ............ .. .... K :AV PHYSICIAN AM rnGfOX,
this season. They had !. \ Reynolds' US & F taxes, lt'>9'J.... ............... '7tt 41
G W Alderman, rect. 15 ............................... 45 till Tat lH\E.: FLA.Offl .
better things when the F. C. U W \..It'rmlln.licen.:4.rt'<:t. 15..,.................... 44 7a
'. J B Whitfield tax sale redemption ................... 545
became a part of the Seaboard To amt. balance .. ........ ......................................... 180 M in G".kius. Drug ttlure 1
1. By amt. over draft"........ ... ........... .. ............... 31221 .
Line. BywarrautecaxhrdinJxnuxrr..... ............ .... ... ......... .. 112
By warrants cached in rVbruur\ ...... .......... .... ..... ....... ... 79300 M. GOltNTO.ATTOKXKYATLAIV. ,
t -w : By warrants castled in Marcii ............ ... ......................... 46914 D. :

,r. .. .. Notwithstanding we have -172- -W -1722-.2 '

;{' :' some troubles of our own : 31. By amt. over draft ............................................ ..-- -ISO --2 .
fZ. the past two years no town COMMERCIAL PHACTICF. A SPECIALTY.hTAHKE. : \

J.;{: Florida is to-day in better 1. To amt.recd of G W Alderman r t.ll. ............................... I'll'} FLA. 1 I
'"..' '' Y .. .. G W Aidmuxn. rect 13............ .............. IS H
{: '. condition than Starke. The '. J B WhitftVld. tax"ale redemption ............ .. .... 8 !*)
G\V Alderm n. rect. 14...... .................. ..... 38 37 LECAL NOTICES.Administrator's .
ft will soon be square with the .. J B Whitfield taxlI&lel'l'd..mption...................... YI'l ,..,.,.
W H Revnolds. S i F airs, 189'J......-.............. 247 *). H'' MAfWN/V\'M.IWW.MMM N
ij.;. and ready to begin making : G W Alderman rect. 15 ............... . .. .... .. 14544 i
; J B hittield.. tax sale I redemption. .... ... 1 bl Notice.N'OTICE .
:. i provements. By amt. over draft ..................: .........._ .................. 8PO! 89
By warrants cashed In January .. .. .. ............ ...... .............. 1* 7U is Lerehylees that all person in
' ":- 4. By warrants February) ............ ......................... 4l :i. +l to the estate of S. P.Crwa.dt'Cl'a
' rV: Bradford's democracy will By warrantsciinhed iu Marcii ..u... ........ ......................... 21(030 ed, late of Bradford ey.unty. will pay the Sam
: By amt to balance ................ .. ............ ........................ 790 31 to the undenugnfri without delay; and all p"r- 0#
I.' sons having claims against said estate moat
in convention to -- --
May I5th
". 1J64: 14 1281 14 pre< nt thru duly antliDticatrd.. within two
:: t' ;: delegates to the state -- -- ream,or this notice ",'ill be plead in bar of their '

: By amount over draft...... ............ ........ ..... .... ......... M 31 recovery. 8. M. CREWS.
' 'and the second congressional )March 16. 19(1). AdmlDl tratQr.

: trict conventi9n. Another 1. Toamt. reed of G W Alderman,reef 12 .......... ........... .... ... HH I
J. .. O W Aldennau rect. 13....... .... ......... .. .. ... IS H Notice for: Publication.
vention will be held later to 2 .. ., J J lones. fines...... ............. ............. .... 7 O) I
i J B Whitfleld. tax redemption .............. ........ 5'20 I GAIXEBTILLC.
nate candidates for senator 6. '. G W Alderman rwct. 14 ................. ............ 35 W LA.1D OirriCE. AT J1areh1,19f0 Fu..
9. J BWhitfleld. rax saleredrmptinn............_ ... 213 '
',. representatives. \\' T We-ks. convict hin'.lJt'C' 1-111 ............ ..... 2'lo-J NOTICE. is hetrby.givea'tMt: notice the of followine-hia
2. W M Mitcham. fine .....?....... ................. .. 500 make wttler final Ms,rix filed f iu bis claim.ao,1 intention .
'. --- .' .' W H IG'1 nolUs. liS& Flaxes. 1ri4'J ...h......... 247 N) to | > supporter
' : The delegates to the state 6. G W A1dt'rrmaurect.15.' ... .......................... 14543 tliai said proof wul be made before Register
7. J J Jon.... flues .... .................................. 600 and Receiver at Oaiu-e ville.Floridaon
vention from Escambia 7. .' W TWeess. convict hire,Jan and Feb................. V 6': APRM.. !21ST 1 10.
9 J B Whitfield cax sale redemption.... .. .......... 11 wiz:Daniel R.FpwarJ*. i>t Lawtay.Florida. Hd.tf.forthriW4b .
t instructed in convention"S"r.'r S B Denmark, BnP.......... .... ................. .. 500 '* 'Se<:.2.Tp. 0 8., Range
were 'i1't."h To amt. to balance..... .. ............... ........ ................ 63351; .. Ea>-c. a },
use all honoralbe means to By amt overdraft........................................... ................ 36431 He namea the follow hIlt witnesses to prove his
, Bv warrantw cashed in January ... .......... ... ... ..,.. .... .......... 95 5ii continuous ntlidt'nupon and cultivation of
the nomination of Hon. D. By warrants cashed in February ... ................ .h............ 6B7 76 said land via:
By warrants cashed in :March.......... ............................... 41 H2 A. A. Lemarks, i/'ias.: S. Hill. Wm. Con way.
! t Mayes for governor. This -1169-35 -1169 35- Sr. and W w. Leoiacipi.. all of 1.&wteJ. Florida.W.U.ROBINSON'. .

with that from -- -- 16-5 Roister.Notice. .
gallon coupled By amount overdraft...._.. ..................... ........ .... ........ 633 5rtON I
own county gives Mr.

twenty-five votesas a starter. 1. To amt. on hand .. .... ................. ... .. ... .. .. .......... UOS 97' .S
, 1. Toaint. e'lt.oCO W Aldeiman. ivct. 12...................... .... ... M/I undersigned, assignee of J. F. P. Mo-
'..>' --- [ .,). .. G WAIdei man. recto n ........ .... ................... 18 18 THE for benefit of creditors hereby rives
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: 2. B Whitfield tax sale redemption 390 not ice that having made final statement of all
: I In several of the counties of C. .. G Udermt.n.. n-et.l-. ...... .. ... .. ............ 36 matters pertaining to such position, will after
|j 9. J B Whitfield. tax sale redemption....._.............. 212 thirty liars' publication hereof In the BRADFORDCorcrr
. ; state candidates in large 8. .. W HKejnM.U, GS&: F taxes. JI>'J9......... .. ...... -1-1) TKLCOtupa a newspaper published in
. I : I C. .' G \V AItIt'rwau.recL 15 .... ... ........... .. ....... 145 4rt Slack: Bradford County, Florida, apply to the
have announced themselves, 9. J B Whitfield. tax sale redemption......... ........ 1 frl Juiltce of the-Ith judicial circuit of Florida lor
3:!!. Fvwarl'8otca"h in January .... .. .-.. .. .... 97 50 letters, discharge as such assignee.
, in these counties primary 2S. By warrants cashed in February... ... ............. ..........__...__.. 21750 W.W SAPP.
',.; are to be held for the -- ----
1482 78; 1432 78
ot party candidates for the -- --
To amt. on nand ......... .... .!t........... .................. .. .. ...... 1167 "Sft Notice for Publication. :-
offices. Where the "scrub
L )1. SPARKI.\ Treasurer. }
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in it is in Bradford -
vogue, as -- -- -- -- -- --- March IX 1900. !
"VOTICE is hereby: given that tw. Awing-
is no need for haste. The County Treasurer's Report An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. 1' named Settler tuu Bled notice of hia intention ..
to make final proof m support of his claim ,.. ..
' dates have until the day of Hon. Board of Public Instruction of Geo. W. Waitt. of South Gardiner and that said proof will be made before Register t"t '
I Fla. I. the and Receiver at Gainesville, lorida,on !
election to "log roll" and to county undersigned. Mt:., says: "I have had the
APRIL 21ST. 1900 t
,of said county, bee leave to submit the
now would give us too much report for the month ending March worst cough, cold, chills and grippeand vis: Alfred A. Lrtat.-ka.of Lawtey FlorIda. Hd.

tics for one i on account School Fuud. have taken lots of trash of no g1..'&1M.E* for the SWfct' of Sec. Y. Tp. IS S.. Rang j,

year. \ account but profit to the vendor. He names the following witnesses to prove hi.
-w- i To Amt.on hand..... $242815& Chamberlain's continuous residence upon and cultivation of -uid :
To amt. rec'd of G W Alderman Cough Remedy is I&ud. via: D. R Edwards, Chas. 8. Hill. u'ru.
The Starke TELEGRAPH 1 ................ ... .......... 72727 the only thing that: has done onwy.Sr..andWLemacksall of Luwiey.
To amt. rec'd of G W Alderman any Florida. W. G. ROBINSON.Register.. .'
cises Judge Doggett for test.ls.......................... 171 00 good whatever. I have used one 16-3-r5t .
r To amt. rec'd of J B Whitfield,
sentences imposed here in sale redemption.............. ...... 9 OdIsasTo so-cent bottle and the chills, cold

sonville in the criminal and grippe have left me. I congratulate Administrator's Notice.

paid to- DH. the manufacturers of an ..1
The TELEGRAPH probably 2. INS W T Weeks.. .... .. .. 135 ''T OTICE Is hereby given that all persons la- J
b. Big> Ollie Ha ue. .............. 35 00 honest medicine. For sale by 1> debted to the rataU of Benjamin Kite i de'J
'. know the cause of some of 6. tlI.JessieO'Qulnn............... 3000 J. L. Gaskin ceased late of F.radford county will cay the ;
6. 659 A SCrews..... ..... ... 3000 Druggist. same to the understated without delay; and all :
sentences. They are often 6. 6Ml.auraMriPkand! ,......... 25-00 persons having dates against said estate must ,
6. cwt, W H Hampton........... ;30 O) present them duly authenticated within two t
of the professional criminal 6. 662. B F Wilson.........-........ 2500 years.orthis Dottce will be plead In bar of: their .',
8. 66=-1.8 B Wilson.......... 30011 recovery. '
One sentenced last week to 6. W4, M H Hatchell................ 25 00 Skin Diseases. HFSTER KITE
6. 665. H H 11cRae......... ..... 2500: D. M. GORNT0. .
years in state prison had been 6. 808,J C Poppell............... 33 00 I March 23. 1900. Admiobtratora.Antics 1
6. 687. Mattie Hancock........... 3000 For the speedy and permanent core of
tenced in the same court five 6. 668 Julia Johnson ...... .. 25 UO tetter, salt rheum and Cham
8. 669, E A Kennedy............. 2..i 00 berlain's eczema of Dissolution.
ferent times before. They 6. 671 MrsGeoQrim.............. 25 00 Eye and Skin Ointment is
6. 673, E 8 Matthews ... ... .. t 00 without an equal. It relieves the itch
mence while children and 8. 67'T& \Veeks................ 1 8i ing and smarting almost "VOTIC2 ll is hereby given that the crt-partnership ..
6. 6.5, L W Kickliter .... ........ 220 its instantly and heretofore existing between E. L.
up year after year.- s. 676, J DHardeo .................. 7 HO continued use effects permanent Stewart M. D.. and B. P Smith, doing busine
6. 6;. 1Y Pmholster .. ...... 570 cur?. It also curea itch, barber's itch UDlertheftrm name std style of the Ptarke i
Metropolis. 6. roll, F G Schell................ 50 00 scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,, mutual Drug Company consent., has E. L.this Stewart: day been having dissolved sold his by

---- 3. 401.Bradford County Bank.... 83 85 chapped hands chronic sore eyes and interest In said bus r.eae to B. P.Smith.who will 1,
4. 420, V J Shipman ............. 883 granulated lids. continue the b Speaking of legislative follies 43*. Bradford County Bank.... 592 the firm. I Ij
7. 448,T D Gunter and assts 75 00 Dr. E.USTEWABT.M.D.
.. exchange says that a 7. 4SO.Bradford County Bank.... 1295 Cadj'g Condition Powders for B P. SDi1TH.6tarke .
/'>. law forbids the of 1.itII, T A Raieht................ 125 horses are the best tonic, blood purifier Fla.,March 21.1900. II
firing a 5. 492 T D Gunter and aasts..... 7500B. and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by a-iO-41 l
49.1, A Hercules da8sts 295 00
weapon whether loaded or 5. 494.Ollie Hww ........ ...... 00 "
5. 507, J N Meeks... ..... ;,0 00 Sheriff's
ed, Michigan has an anti- 5. 527. Bradford Co Bank........ 2987 Sale.

law, and Rhode Island one, Ktt E A Kennedy............. 25 00 FERRYSSEEDS : UNDER and bv virtue of a writ of fl. fa. issued
2. 567, J A J Pinnolster.... .. 23 00 the divuit Court. Fourth Judicial -
strict construction of which 3. 571. R A Thomas .............. 3000 Circuit of Florida in and for the county of Bradford -
2. 5HO. Bradford Co Bank........ U 50 In a certain cause therein pending wherein
every child of parents married 586. T A Knight& Co ....... 841 C. L. Pratt was complainant and Wm. Baacke
the I 2. 583, T AKnij'he........_...... 133 was defendant lery has been made upon the
that state. during last 6. 616 E A Kennedy ....... 25 00 following property of the defendant, to-wlt:
8. 63S Bradford Co Gaut ...... CO 34 Three Hundred and SiJty8maU Steel Rail, and '.
years, illegitimate. In this 6. eel E M Thomas .......... 25 00 Thousands or gardenrs I will sell the same a: public outcry in front of i
6.S2.Bradford Co Bank ........ 253 00 depend on Ferry,Seeds the court house door In the town of Starke during
nection it may be observed I 657, Je,M Lewis .... .. ... 110 00 I very year and never suffer the legal hours of sale on Monday
Florida missed 'I 6. 670, A Hercule and apstH..eo 8750 disappointment., Cheap 8I1I:1IItJ.: THE SEVENTH DAY OF MAT.1900, .
once narrowly j tuk'tl
672. Bradford Co Bank... 83 97 bring lose.DOt payltlg efOPI
... .. ...... It pays to to the highest bidder far cash. ;
enactment of a measure that j \. 679, E M Thomas 30 00 )'...Y"II 8 pay F1Ye a little Ct'Dta men for 8. B. DENMARK. .

have the { i By warrants turned over...... ISM 36 "erywbere. and a11r.71 per Jl&per. SberUX of Bradford County. ;
permitted opening '
By amt.to balance ... ... 147114 .1J".11IUeBeet.lIOOAetlClAnaualfrM,. y .
( -- I. .. inn. e0.. IITIIIT, II1CI.of.
jac9c-pot with a pair of tens To amt.on hand .............. 147114 ,

bob-tailed flush.-Tampa C. M. SPARKMAN, Treas. r $1.00 THJtVXIJCOKAPB.. $1.00

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?; OFIHEPEOPIE:1t Head { that1':1nnse."tdr..mfet3, /many ..l,.
w .. of (Striking 'Telegisp l iii of ae.at times -uemtptne"'o;J'}:! .1L. .. "
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twenty-seventh o-f
r. convention ;meeting ttralry knd'confllct -
,: held atv Powellton, /elected ,
!4r United States Senators May Be delegates to. ,the state convention of the Florida Medical Association was AGENTS ASKED TO DIVERT TRAFHCKail ,uDon'wtriraprogress depends?:wa-glrr ti +

) ,.to the first district congressional h ld'in'Orland9 the past'week. Many djfake M So.t1eg.\ BottbBre remain; R:

Elected,Henceforth. convention, and named a new'executive papers of interest were .read; and dia-, a.large.guess",CLt th .:"S4ureti= feel. 4
Ing which cn not be explaiuned.or' k
-'T committee. BesoIntibnV w tpassed. so, :
-,.,: cussed In- ,addition to ,the various way OlBelals atm Insist That Basinets ; '
instructing the delegates to the - which Is disproportionate to Its"cause- .
. 1: THE HOUSE PASSES RESOLUTION state convention to,vote as a unit for papers a great deal of routine: ,.buBines.was Is not Affected I. the Slightest or entirely gratuitous.and"" Is thn':

. D. H. transacted and various commit 4 : P sre..By tiro Strike. shirred ,Into tlfe field:'.,f morbid t .;
. ,- _i1 J r- Mays for .governor, and tovote, ", aF tf. a v .-.,>*- / -;! -ti b )rF$4 psy

r" '1t only for.;Bryan: Delegates to the con'- tees were appointed,,one of, 'the.'most 01< 11:' '' f't' chology..4 ..thIs"GJ117..11 here treated: 1
.yr. r essional'conTentioh' :instructed <" -1 the m rbld sense of .
Injury. .
were Gant : : ; ;? -
t important committees that An
Contemplates. being d jtident
.. Important: Change on Dispatch saysi
, to vote as'a nnit' for S. Mfiparkman It seepwito sti east entrance to
: In the Consttution! .-The Vote''' for congress. Resolution were also legislation, charged with securing the Powell, of the Ordet of Bailroad Tel-. the'l mind from a mere feefmgof being;! i

r Was Unanimous. adopted indorsing 'JUnited States Senator passage of,a. better law regulating; the eiraphers,.who is conducting the tel s Ill"used <*J tinted, ft'sympatfiy tb ,the\ c |:i

'\. S. K.' Mallory, and expressing- practice of medicine in Florida. An- egngaher's strike.against .the SjiaUiernS entertainment t of serf&urgrfetMow 0 ort r

!t ..' sympathy with him in his long illness. other committee whose functions are railway/has officially notified the tick- persecntovy Ideas.' :Ta>certaUt mpent-; M

A Washington'special says:, The' potent for much weal or woe to the ments -fr-markedti"'pa: urtaned f
et and ol all of the
freight agents .
\ house Triday by a vote'of 240 to IB people of the state was the committee "blne".days.we ate .constantly:Di Ted ,r.
Several material changes have been having in hand the creation of other railroads in.the United States of. froa :
: : adopted a resolution for a constitutional a publicsentiment to. a?:sensewof,Injury ; fed,
{ wrought In St. Andrews Bay'and vi respecting the dangerous the existing strike on the Southern, aloofness ofslights. our,,frtendsltxda Loft! "

amendment providing for the cinity.within the.past .year, which up communicable character of pulmonary and asked them to route passengers .'ns, end oar jannd1b sal gib .

I electipn of United States senators by to the present have escaped discussion' consumption.The and freight via other lines than;the tlori has 'ff'that'ehethaa;;neard some' v-

direct.vote of the people. Fourteen in the newspapers, ,but which are: of treasurer's annual statement Southern pending the present'tronbfe. thing detrimental and'dlailf ea'nsC::'"Bnt .- ''

.' Republicans and one Democrat voted much consequence and.significance to submitted showed a balance on hand He has also asked the American'Federation = lot todaywhen thelUTil" tiJ hfeisea -i
the natural and commercial
against it. the one year ago of $198.51; dues received of Labor to boycott the Southern madam I nailer sweetly, no:: laev ee+ '
By terms of the reso- ment of the territory.
during the year,. $473; expenses until the existing troubles are set. heard atthlof? r'I .. x _. '
lution the amendment to be submitted through the year, 8462.62, and a bal- So in suspicions people;; They enter-.

to the legislatures as follows: Apalachicola Is Booming. ance at date of $208.84. tled.Mr.. Powell declsrea hat his request taro a shronlestatfrof mlndi-by wnfdi r

"The senate of the United Slates Ap fachicot preparing to ''get on The new officers elected are: Dr. to4 the Federation of Labor to'boycott the ;acts of.other are gtrefftnr.lntSdl. .. ,

shall be composed of two senators a boom according to Captain Fred G. W L. Hnghlett of Cocoa; president; the road will: put 800,60ft.werkingmen ons .construction... .They-anticlpatB 21 .A,
from each state who shall be selectedby Wilhelm, a prominent citizen of that Dr. G. W. Lamar of Quincy,.first vice- against it and that his; request tp the, will,"carrying" the cUpoatiSfrsBoTiiderr 'e

a direct vote of the people thereof town. president; Dr. W. V. Newsom of ticket and freight agents, will:,prove Of'two .construction ot';'gfwtnJ'irfanvtlon i

, for a term of six years and each senator "Apalachicola is -on a boom," said Ocala, second :vice-president; Dr. E. more"effective than the: telegraphers'strike. ., 'thei'l ap to thejmowrfffenrffirg_ .; 4 j!
shall have one' vote. A plurality of Captain Wilhelm, enthusiastically. N. Leill of Jacksonville, libratian and v r I -1 ::;.....

f the votes cast for candidates for senator IITh town is moving forward as never Dr. J. D. Fernandez :of Jacksonville, President Powell ha.also- stationed As_i.Easlis's.Na sv t w.Esapt.u D '. _,__ i.

shall .be sufficient to elect. The before. The work of laying the'cable secretary. Twenty-three new members "scouts",at a number eyttheep: ij1 i> l. When. C.mmodore Decatur In EHSt .-

electors in each. state shall have the from East Point there has just been 'were elected, making the presentroll points on_the Southern; /J keep dictated to'the'dey of'Algiers. the trims" ;. '

qualifications requisite for' electors of finished;. This will be the first public number about 176 of the ablest him ,,informed .as to the-pr ogres*? of, of a' 'treaty"with' *the, 1Y)nlt d"Stages,' ,;'

the most numerous branch of the.state telegraph line that Apalachicola has physicians of the state. The association events; to hearten and.encourage the LleutJobe'9nbrte:1: was dispatched to>

legislatures, respectively. bad. There has been a private one decided to meet in Jacksonville strikers and to enlist the sympathyand Washington with a :cop :'fcnr.the p."C ,

d "When a vacancy happens, by death from Apalachicola to Marxians, but next year,'on the second Wednesday good .will of the citizens ,a*.i the proval.of our Government'e The brig "

resignation, or otherwise in the repre- the rates have been stiff. The new in April. various points at which.these""scouts"are Epervier was detailed for histransportation -

sentation of any state in the senate, line will go from East Point to Cara- The following resolutions were unanimously stationed. and he was a wompanfedi 'by ",

the same shall be filled for the unex- belle. adopted: The telegraphers say that the law Captain Lewis, and .Lieutenants;:NelU '. .

I pired term thereof in the same manner "A great improvement is being "Resolved, That this association forbidding the movement of frieght of the navy; who had married:'sJat i* ., -

;. :' as is provided for the'election of senators made in the channel at our town," recognize the existence of smallpox in traina'in Georgia. between midnight a few days before salttng'/wltM:'Cbmf '

in paragraph 'It Provided, that' said Captain Wilhelm. "The govern- certain parts of our state, and recom- Saturday and midnight Sundaj will modore Decatur for the Mediterranean, '
ment is the channel- which mends that all of our members, in of material benefit to them. and Lieutenant
1 -\ appointment until the next general now has a depth of twenty-four to their respective communities, urge the From a local standpoint the boycott ant 1 Yarnell, who had ,fought! with

or special election, in accordance twenty-six feet. Mobile has a steamer people to adopt universal vaccination declared byPresident Powell. the Perry In the battle of Lake Erie. Just

with the statutes or constitution oft which makes two trips a month to us. "Resolved, That the thanks of'this only development in the strike situa before 'the. brig sailed EnslgnJosiab .

'..- suoh state." She is loaded down every time. 1 do association are hereby extended to the tion.Southern Tattnell who was 'a watch office ort ,lt

..;. The remainder of the de- not think that a regular weekly sched- doctors, the druggists; the Rosalind railway officials saytbat the Epervier, succeeded Inducing. aa ?
I day was Club and citizens of Or-
the generally the business of the road is-not affectedin .
: voted to the consideration of ule to Apalachicola from Mobile couldbe officer on one of the other ships to ex' '
: private lando courtesies and '
for the
hospitalities i.-
'r' pension bills. Several sharp attacks put on with just one steamer. You extended. the slightest degree, and that.they change places with: him as he preferred .

( were made Mr. Talbert Democrat see, sometimes the steamer gets stuck have no personal knowledge of the existence to remain with the fleet, A few '
upon Resolved That the Florida Medi J
outside the town and the river of a strike save the reports in later '.
1 of South Carolina, for his course just cal Association endorse the days as the Eperylef passed ohtof
I in delaying action bills. steamers think it is a little risky to go heartily the daily papers. They say that so the Straits of Gibraltar, she 'signaled .:
upon work of its the State Boardof
offspring, far as the road is concerned the strikeis "
There two resolutions out to her. This makes connection "All well on bc rd. Since then. .
were joint on the crisis of the
Health during past *
over and they are as busy as can be
the popular election of senators when somewhat uncertain. she has not been heard from. It:la aa :i'k
Captain Wilhelm said that the two summer, especially in regard to the carrying passengers and freight.At Interesting fact that Ensign' '
the house Tattnell. !
adjourned Thursday. The fever at West and Miama
of' Key Assistant General SuperintendentThompson's '
majority resolution of the committee canning factories at Apalachicola were who escaped the fate'of his comrades roc
and commends its faithful and
painstaking office it was said that numerous Y
left it optional with the states whether doing splendid business. They are officers for their devotion to lived to command the ram llerrimso of ,
shipping oysters all over the country.A applications were being received the confederate Blace the t1.
1 their senators should be elected directly duty'and the success which has attended navy. Epervier
3 or by the legislature. The mi new enterprise has been started bya their daily for positions as operatorsand went'down we.baTe Jolt .af nmnr ;
Mr. Freer, who'is shipping fish from efforts. agents from competent. experienced : oer of'vessels, but each of them'canrbe :
made it
nority incumbent "Whereas, The Florida Medical Association ., '
:f 'i : that each state elect by direct vote.I Apalachicola to the west. He went and to has repeatedly placed itself None'men.of the Southern :offioialsappear accounted for;-Chlcato'llfcord.feet. }k,
Florida 'from the great lakes, '
1, i The minority resolution which was offered rented the Cypress Lumber Company's upon record as advocating a national disturbed or alarmed over7 the Ask T.HT.Duals. for A l..'. T.et-Ease. kt!
' as a substitute was voted upon department of public health to work situation. They declare that not only A powder to ahai Into TOOT shoes;rests the ;".;',/
to .
i boat house. He is catfish
first and was carried by an overwhelming i in conjunction with and to assist the all passenger'trains, but all freight Cons Coras;Bunions.8woll_, Bore. ,, ':: .
.- Kansas City in great qantities. The Hot. Callous. H-
Aehiu.BweatlqJ'eehndIngrowlnR 1
vote-ayes 135 30. Mr. various
noes State Boards of Health and
; trains are running on their usual Nails.-Allen Foot-Ea makes
fish are skinned and their heads are mew ,,:
Corliss tried unavailingly to get an cut off. Mr. Freer also ships great "Whereas, The careful attention of schedules and on time. or tight shoes May.* Aft all draggtsts-aod .; '
: eye and no vote, but only nine members many members of this association has shoe store 25 eta. Sample mailed FBEE ;;t J
quantities of sturgeon. Address' Alien 8. Ohnsted, LeRoy N. L .
seconded the demand. The vote been given to the text of the measures THEY WELCOME DEWEY,

: was then taken upon the adoption of to establish such a department, now An Aged Subject. ;

: the amendment, the whole house ris- The people of St. Petersburg are before Congress, which measures have Democratic Press Bullet Issues sv heet- torch r-Smw roc out rldlnf with your glrtT- ;

ing in support of the demand. The getting ready to entertain the teachers the indorsement of the American Med lug to the Admiral.A Kyer-Y., Did yon ever m..t hurt' 1";

s resolution was adopted, 210 to 15. who will attend the State Summer ical Association, the American Public Chicago dispatch says:. Bryan u-
: The negative votes were cast bj. Normal school for Florida, which will Health Association, and most, if not Democrats have decided tQ welcome pll in her Sunday school class. .,:
, :'Messrs. Allen, of Maine; Burleigh, of begin on May 7th and continue for all, of the different State Boards of f, :t
Admiral Dewey into the Democratic To Care a Cold On Day. !
Maine; Calderhead, of Kansas; Ford- two months. There will be two depart- Health; and"WhereAs. Take LAUTITI BBOXO Qtraxm TAILITS. AU 1.L
ney, of Michigan\ ; Gardner, of New ments, one for white and one for colored the bills in question party. Such is the position officially .drareUU refund the money If it falls,to onnsv ; ''
Jersey; Hedge, of Iowa; Henry, of teachers, and a large attendanceis han received the approval and hearty outlined in Saturday's issue- of the a. YI. GaOTi's Unatur la on each box. So. ,!!N"k'f t"Ii

Connecticut; Lane, 01 Iowa; Lester, of expected. support of the board of health of Democratic press bulletin. Too Funny For Anything. i :,

: Georgia; Littlefield, of Maine; Mo- Florida; therefore, be it "We may accept the admiral' dec- Bacon-I tee ta. Weaterm Undertaken- aaaodatlon r. i
Pherson of Iowa Mann of Illinois "Resolved That this association declares laration of his political? faith as-indicating had dinner, and one of them cave afannytoasc ..
-E ; ,At the annual meeting of the St. Au- r
E"n-Wbt UTr May.veeach t
was >
l that he is with,the Democratic oj,
Russell of Connecticut Sperry itself in favor of the immediate .
w ; ox gustine Humane Society satisfactory of us lire lone enough to bury one an
i* Connecticut and Thomas of Iowa. enactment of the laws and party at least on an overwhelming ma- other. ;
i ,. ; reports of the work of the past year prosed re- : !
Mr. Hepburn, of Iowa, asked unan- were made, showing considerable accomplished quests the efforts of the Florida dele jority of the issues- it has taken up hu.&JI J'AJnPII DTxadOBOt.apotitnak P
: imous consent to set aside May 1st for in the of protectingbirds gation at Washington towards the runs the article, which is- written by or gin your goods, aa na'T nly. dyed ap- D I
way Willis J. Abbott,.head' of: the Democratic pearanc: Sold by ail dnggtots. :
the consideration of the Nicaragnan securing better treatment for passage of the Spooner and Ray health '. I
canal bill. sore and lame horses, etc. The fol. lls-the first known as senate bill literary bureau. "Taw is a In Dangerous Trade. H i!

"I object," shouted Mr. Burton, of I lowing officers were elected for the No. 1440, and its component in the most gratifying fact"the .rtie1e con "My son Is learning to be an electrtclaa." i
house No. 6618. tinues. "It indicates that should the "Well. I eappose he knows,pretty mall whatto .
Ohio, emphatically. I ensuing year: President, Ward G. as do by this time." I
Mr. Hepburn then took steps to I Foster; vice president, Dr: DeWitt "Resolved further, That the gover- Democratic party, after mature delib- hOh. no;'helm't half through yes toaraiac h J f
and of Florida to favor- eration, deny the admiral the nomination the things he mustn't do." ,
overcome this opposition a peti- Webb; second vice president, Lo is nor requested ;
tion to the committee on rules was Colee; treasurer, O. P. Stevens. ably indorse these resolutions and for which he seeks* it may nevertheless How'"'rb.b T i
that to fix ward the to Washington." count on his co-operation and his jic.
prepared, requesting body same We offer One Hundred Collar Bewajrd foe
influence in behalf of its efforts to end
a time for taking up the canal bill. any case of Catarrhha' cannot be cured by
During the month of May At1jutantGeneral' the evils of McKinleyism by ending nail's Catarrh Cure. ;
Mr. circulated the .petition ,1.
Hepburn Y.3.CHIHST CO.: Props.,Toledo,O.
if I
Houstoun, accompanied by Mandamus proceedings have been the reign of Emperor William I.
on the Republican side, and up to the We theu.dendCluI4.un bo1nL.F. Jt CUs .t-,
members of the governor's staff and instituted by the state railroad com- In the of ney for the last U years,and beUere Ills perfectly 1
time of adjournment secured sixty-one commenting upon purport honor.W In an business transactions ,
field officers of the two Florida regiments missioners against the Jacksonville
and financially able SO carry out any obllga '
4 his article Mr. Abbott : 1
signatures. will visit and inspect, at their Terminal company to force the admis- says Lion made by their firm. ... t
Mr. Adamsonwho circulated the pe- "We delighted at the W 1BUAX.Wholesale Druggists, Toledo ?
Atlantic Valdosta and are naturally
several armories, the various companies sion of the Ohio. \t'
tition on the Democratic side, said: of the state troops and the divis- Western Railway company to the ter- prospect of such a distinguished acquisition WILDINO, KWXAK A HAITIX, Wholesale .]
"There is no opposition whatever to our ranks as Admiral Drnggfets.ToledoOhio. -'
Call has issued
ion of the naval militia. minal station. Judge Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally act
on this side, and every man present but of oourse we expect the A
peremptory writ to compel the admis- Dewey, ing directly,epos the blood sad moooua surfaces
today has signed the petition. The sion and the case will go to the supreme admiral to 'play fair and to accept the of the system. Price,73c.per bottle" Sold ."
number exceeds sixty." Joseph Duncan, of Tallahassee, has court. good old Democratic doctrines." by. all Druggists.Faatlly Pals Testimonials an the best.tree..l1&U's ; I
Notwithstanding these efforts, it was received $5,000.91 insurance on the '

intimated pretty strongly in well-in life of the late John Butkhardt; S3,000 Americans Kept Busy. Mot Quite. ;

: formed quarters that the committee on being paid by the Woodmen of the The members of the naval reservesare Reports of encounters between the Jeremiah-Bryan thinks he resembles Lin. .

I rules was not likely to bring in a special World and the balance by the Frater- preparing for their annual cruise, American troops and the insurgents over coin.the Joseph country-Oh-,but no.'he LlnaJa's didn't have fame went to carry all 11.)

: rule. The members of the committee nal Union, both settling within three which will commence May 8.. Lieut. continue to be received at Manila from It himself.-Puck. .

declined, however, to make any weeks after the appointment of a Walter Thompson, who is in chargeof many points. The Beat Prescription for Chills t1
definite statement on the subject. guardian for the minor children.Mr. the reserves at Key West, will be and Fever Is a bottle of OROTI'S TAJTI L S3
unable to attend the cruise, as he is CHILL Toxic.: It Is simply iron and quinine la
IS SYMPATHETIC. a tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price We. U
AHJEIl E. M. Hampton, now of Peacock to be married in a few days, and will _;

Postoffice, near Chaclbourn, N. go on a wedding tour. The reserves Defunct Little Boek National Bank Assessment Ask the Milk Man. ,
Ex-Secretary ot War Says He :Is Sorry Fat C., demonstrates his intention to return have a good attendance and are drill- Hold Good. "Ya m.,do..cows make milk out of green. I.f

Admiral Dewey. to Florida some day by purchasing ing twice a week until the gunboat In & suit involving the .liability of grieiT""Yes,dear." ...t"TheD.

"I think Admiral Dowey has made a small nursery of triloliata treesat Prairie arrives. i stockholders; of the First National ,why Is tao milk blue?" .

a grave mistake in announcing his candidacy Bnffum, where he will have them I bank of Little Rock Art:, now defunct Carter's Ink. ,

for the presidency," said ex- budded with the Satsuma orange. Tom Hammond, the murderer who I on an assessment, .of ,92 per Good Ink Is a necessity for good writing. Car-

Secretary of War_ .Alger in the courseof They will be cared: for at Buffum, and escaped from jail a few days since, was .cent levied by the comptroller of the ter's 13 the toot,, ,Costa no more than poor Ink. r.

an interview. "It looks as though later.removed to the Silver Lake farm arrested by Deputy Sheriff C. L.. Mat- currency to discharge the' bank's liabilities Literary Ornaments.

the wealth of praise showered on the and set to grove.. tox at Folkston, Ga. Hammond was Federal Judge John,AT Williams "What a library, pat". f't
admiral sincehis return from.the east returned to Jacksonville in the custody, has decided that the stockholders .. "A library.Jimmy Is what o'man ha wh.J1.

4. has turned his head. It is harder to The Carrabelle, Tallahassee and of Mattox and,was placed in jail. He are- liable. never gets has together time to an read awfullot*"* of books, that hj .,1t'1t'ht' :

,: ; resist prosperity than adversity. I Georgia Railroad Company has elected. is greatly crestfallen over his captureand The assessment was levied on $250-, I 'It;

: feel sorry for him, for his !ambition. the following directors for the current says the Georgia,official, is very 000 bank. ''stock, representing the I, teething Mrs.Wtoslow'c,softens the-:Soothing gums Syrup reduce for ta4&m.children... I,

,10'1 I will certainly be unfulfilled. His action year:'G. M. Zeb, S. D. CrittendenW. shrewd. Mr. Mattox will receive a re, amount of the increased capital stock tloa.'allays pain,cures wind colic. Sic.a..bottle. c'l.m }

:i is ill-advised. predict, for him Campbell Clark, John P. Cbntrell and ward of $200 which the officers offered preceding the bank's. :failure., The aura PlIQ'Care for Col1S1lm"Ucna ?-'.... "
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,' -, SIABXE .YLA.FBJDAY Deep in the earth Its great roots spread, astonished question. derers of Cassie Boan.To flercy Porto.,Bican Measure (Goes h:CJ '
Bat heaven's own blue surrounds its head. '*
"Beca Se I' have no fit dress,
,APRIL 20, ,1900. It holds the Joy of summer mom Molly replied, the tears standing in of the Court. ,Effect On .First of 1&].

f" The strength of winter's :wildest!born.God's btr eyes. "I won't go in debt for A special from Columbia, 8. C.,
t Out. czipta received shelter ': anything, and you know I hare noth- At 3 o'clock.Thursday morningthe
birds find in its arm, says;
ty an eastern periodical last year only ing what I since PROVISIONS ARE OF WIDE SCOPE
Secure from everything that harms.It except earn, my jury that had for nine hours been
eighty were found worthy of publica brother died last winter."
bows when south winds wander past, trying to reach a verdict in the case of
& "Oh, that's too bad returned her
tion. The authors of the 7920 that Bat breasts unharmed the fiercest blast.'Tis '
'7 meat hare failed to'WriteJabout' companion, carelessly, turning; away John Jackson and Harry Jackson, Section Belattve to ClrU Government

were rejected Nature's miracle to me, II to wait upon a customer, and Molly,' charged with murdering Cauie Boan, the Ttlaad Will Prove Inter.eating -
war. _, Her fairest work-a noble tree.
after making a dab or two at her ,
eyes JWadlDlr.
-Xhaettel. Lo1l'ater.1n the New York Sun. I announced an agreement The' judge
o continued her work, unaware that e

The Anglo-Saxon race is not increasing i Frank had been listening to her little came from his hotel and the prisonerswere

under monarchical institutions ; '' confession. A few moments later she brought from the jail. A Washington special says: At 'r

in'North America. From I MOLITSJRESS. li was waiting upon disagreeable cus- On a table near where the prisonerssat o'clock Thursday evening President
pres- tomer, and he was calling to the cash
the Porto Bican tariff
of the McKinley signed
ent indications, if Canada remains a I I girls to hurry, :vet he managed to give were charred remnants young
woman's clothing, her shoes, one of and civil government ,bill thus mak-
i ,
British, dependency 50 years hence her a tender,bright smile as he passed,
BY MIRA L. COBBE. that lifted the heavy cloud which was the fingers burned to blackness 0 ing its law. It applies to the islands
the French race will control legislation had been and her straw hat
t..O................; I hanging over her, and she started torn off; of Porto Rico and to the adjacent islands -
America.A .
in British I for home with an almost light heart with the edges burned off, showing

Molly was determined to go to the 0 As she was hurrying along the street flames had leaped over her head. lying east of the seventy-fourth

Philadelphia suburbanite notes party, and yet she knew she would be she heard some one call her name and, "Guilty, with recommendation to meridian which are, designated Porto
the worst-dressed girl in the room. o the of the court was the verdict -
that a layer of snow over the country looking around, saw Frank. Her mercy BJco.
Her frocks
and of
Bares thousands of dollars to the peo- were shabby, none cheek flushed and she looked as The duties collected under the tariff
them more than the she would
: so one she would have liked to hare Carolina newspapers will scourge '
though section of the bill shall be placed at %
pie by the saying in gas. Snow,is so be forced to wear if she accepted in I
r run from him. He gave her another the jury for recommending mercy the disposal of the president to be used
powerful a reflector that one can see Frank Gillman's invitation. With a tender look saying, as he took her such a case. The'men were sentenced I l for the government and benefit of Porto

to read at least /half-hour longer on she deep had sigh been she rose from the bed where hand and drew it through his arm- to life imprisonment at hard labor. It : Rico until the government of Porto

account of it, and thus about 15 matter and lying turned thinking towards the whole "Why didn't you tell me yonr reason is understood the'solicitor has obtained o Rico shall hare been organized when E

over, the for not accepting my invitation?" evidence against a number of other the collected shall be turned
.i enta' worth of gas is saved each event tiny closet where all her dresses hung. moneys
into "Because," Molly began, and then men who will be prosecuted for con- into the local treasury of Porto Rico.
ing. Reaching musty recesses,
hesitated."I nection with this crime.
Molly drew forth much bedrabbled Goods imported from Porto Bico and t

With regard to the character of the gray dress and a looked at it sadly. know what it was. I heard you Cassie Boan was a comely country under bond shall pay only the duty .
Finnish the When new the it telling Nelly this afternoon, Frank girl,about twenty years old, one-fourth imposed by this act. ,1
immigrants testimony preceding summer
continued down at her blushing Indian. Her -
looking reputation. was questionable. The of the
teems all one way. They are industrioussteadya&xious had served as a best gown, and in that face. government provisions
capacity did service bill are:
to get on and good been placed upon enough the retired list to ,have but "Oh, gracious!" Molly said, half The testimony presented by the The capital shall be at San Jaan.

citizens. Fewer Finns hare been deported Molly was not as considerate as that crying. "I wouldn't"have had you state, and not contradicted, was, wU- Persons who were Spanish subjects t

\. under the various exclusion With considerable ingenuity she had know it for anything." lingly or unwillingly, the girl was April 11, 1899 and who hare not J;

laws than of any other nationality. In transformed the coat basque into a "And why not? taken to an island in a swamp in elected to preserve their allegiance to t
"Because I wouldn't
low-cut evening waist, and the long Molly re- Chesterfield county by two men at Spain, are held to' be citizens of Porto 1
?.: 1898 none was sent back, and in 1899 turned, striving to draw her hand least-John and Harvey Jackson
and entitled
sleeves into pretty little puffs. Around Rico. to the protection of
,,,. only 15, 12 as being liable to become the neck she had draped a little cheap away from his arm." that she was kept there from Sunday the United States. The designation "

public charges one because he had chiffon, and above it her soft white' "You are silly, Frank said, with afternoon till Monday night, when of the body politic is under the name

become neck had like Now considerable energy. "Is there any she was seen running through the of The of Porto Rico. -
a pauper inside of a year, and emerged a lily. People \\1t"
disgrace in being ? It is
a good
however the dress poor woods, a mass of flames.
two because of disease. was creased and deal The laws and ordinances of Porto
more to credit that
your youweren't Those who first reached the sufferer _
stained and the chiffon rumpled. She Rico now in forca shall be continued
might aftord new chiffon but that willing to make your landladywait found her burnt from knees to in full fore and effect altered
The joint resolution proposing an for her so could have except as
would not cover the stains or a great money you forehead and unable to speak. There by this act, or by military orders
amendment to the United States Con- a new dress, than if you had cheated 1'
tear in the skirt. All the other girls were many gashes on her body made and which are not inconsistent with
her. I'd
-s ttitution prohibiting polygamy is one were going to have new dresses, but do as most sooner the fellows starve myself than into with sharp knives, and the spot from the laws of the United States.
of the most pertinent subjects which that was something beyond her scanty debt which she had come was found by following The old law forbidding the marriageof .;
as deeply as they can; so you see -
has before the purse. the trail of blood. There was and ministers is .
come present Congress. I admire just that quality in yon. priests repealed.

The resolution, if it passes the Senate "Oh. dear," she sighed again, toss- "Well, it's the right thing to do," evidence that the Jacksons had made The vessels of Porto Rico are to be- t ,

"- and ing the dress aside and sinking back Molly replied, softly. threats against the girl, but the cause nationalized and admitted to the benefits -
' of Representatives by on the bed "if I were a girl in a story "Indeed it is, and now I want of their enmity was not made known.It of the United States coasting:
the necessary majority, and is ratified book I'd have was suggested that they were jealous -
some garretto to do me a favor, will"you?" laws. Quarantine stations are -to be
by three-fourths of the state legisla- go to and there I'd find a handsome "Of course." because she showed favor to Sam- established. Porto Rico coins are to '

latures, will settle finally a question piano cover, or a lamp mat or a bed- "I want you to go home and put on Woodward and repelled them. be retired! the peso being rated at 60( j

which is likely to cause trouble if leftis spread, or something equally useful, whatever dress you have, no matter The defense offered no testimony. cents in the exchange. Three months

it out of which I'd rig up a dress that what it is, and I'll bring you some The .attorneys in their speeches did after the act takes effect Porto Bico.coins ,
is at present It will be a saving would make all the other not deny the of their clientsat
girls turn roses and we'll go to that party. No presence are not to be legal tender. Property ;,
.s of time and worry if it is disposed of green with envy. As I am just Molly matter what your dress is, you will be the orgie of the lonely island in a usually under the control of the l'

now. Preutissa clerk on five dollars a weekI the swamp, but advanced the theory that
prettiest girl there, to me at least United States will so continue, and :\
can't have a new dress, oh, dear! Will you?" the woman had accidentally set her other properties acquired from Spain *3

The difficulties in the way of housingand oh, dear!" and poor Molly buried I To her surprise Molly said yes, and I clothing on fire. will be administered by the Porto *j jj

feeding the 20,003 students in her pretty face in her beards and hurried along, her heart beating so Rican government The governor is .

Boston who can aftord to pay but a sobbed bitterly. She was only 20, and I hard she could hear it. I BIG BUILDING COLLAPSES. to be appointed by the president, and !

small sum for board and rooms have it was so hard to deny herself all the Without waiting for any dinner she is to hold his office for f<*or years,,
things of her age most love. At last t Crushed; up to her room and again took I Without Warning a Number of Feople havingthe conferred on

suggested the idea of erecting a tans he roused herself, and sitting down i' ,ont the despised dress. At night per- Were Canght In the Debrim.Without of the powers territories of the United governors
: story building, in a central location, wrote a courteous refusal to FrankGillman's : haps it wouldn't look so awfully bad, warning a four-story brick States, but is to make his reports |

where some 800 or 903: of these young invitation, although her | she thought, as she shook it out and building at the corner of Second ave through the secretary of state to the-
were blinded with tears that
eyes so I began to sponge the stains, and by 1':.
people 1Il&ylh-e at an of from president
expensa she could scarcely write the address. nue and Wood street, Pittsburg, Fa.,
r I the time she had pressed it with a hot
82.50.to. SI a week. Besides the ,111 Not waiting,for fear she would change An executive council, appointed by:
in its
;iron she begged from the cook, it collapsed Thursday, engulfing the and confirmed '
rooms in the proposed building, .tbere 1 er mind, :Molly caught up a shawl, I I president by the
really was improved. the
Removing ruins a number of people, three of of
senate consisting a secretary, attorney :
will be a gymnasium >reading rooms, and, throwing it around her, rushed i i; soiled chiffon she replaced it with a whom were taken out dead, six badly general, treasurer, auditor, -
out to the nearest letter box and ;
bowling alley! billiard and little lace, cheap and somewhat torn, hurt and several others in-
room, a : slightly commissioners of the interior and education -
dropped the letter in. As she saw it ,
but clean and when she added bow
concert hall capable of seating 800 a jured. and fire other to hold
she persons
pea disappear caught her breath, and 1
of ribbon to hide the mended
I pIe. The cost is estimated at $750- I would have given worlds to have recalled \ the skirt Molly felt that it looked place almost The building, which was occupied office for four years. The council is

000. and this amount it is proposed to it, but it was too late and she 0 like a new dress. She had ::1>y the Armstrong-McKelveyLead and the upper branch of the legislature,, 1
scarcely -
"y returned to her room much de- Oil Company, was being remodeled. five of whom hall be natives of Porto j
raise by subscription. i finished dressing when Frank arrived About forty-eight feet of the middle
pressed in spirits. Rico. The other branch shall be a J
,- A i : and putting on her wraps she partition had been removed, steel house of delegates! to consist of
boarding house is not the most I thirty- |
down to meet himher face flashed
The round bale has not only proveda cheerful place in the world,and Molly ran and her No i! girders supported by heavy iron posts five members, elected biennially by t

big success in the case of cotton,but thought hers had never seemed so in the hall eyes as sparkling.she came down one, was and I were in place, and the finishing touches the qualified electors. |.

l&h hay, sisal grass, tempmoss, rags and gloomy as it did that evening, and : Frank bent and kissed the face which I were being put on the remodelingwork. Porto Rico ia divided into eleven -|]
when she went to bed districts each with fire ;
at lat she delegates.
wool are now being put up in a similar had become so dear to him, saying as .
When the accident busi-
sobbed herself to sleep. happened The qualifications for voters are "at
he did -
manner. The greater ease in han' The party upon which she had set > so"Yon I ness was being transacted on the first such elections all citizens of Porto

, dling and the lessening of bulk attained her heart was not a greatsocial event, ; know that I love yon, don'tyon floor as usual. Rico shall be allowed to vote who have

1 by the improved method represent but to her it was of vast importance. ? and Molly could only look her been bona fide residents for one year,,

a very importaut saving in freight It was' merely a dance given by the '! answer.When they reached the hall where CANAL BILL SIDETRACKED.Hotlon and who possess the other qualifica-

1 young men in the store where she ,I' tions of voters under the laws and
to fact it to break the old- the dance was to be held Frank
pays up was employed, and Frank Gillman gave By Senator Morgan to 9ak It military orders in force oil March 1.
; fashioned square bales and rebate their was the door walker Molly's depart- her a large bunch of flowers he had Cp Defeated 1. Senat Ne Shill be eligible to
person membership -
been and left her the door
.. contents. It is gratifying that Amer- ment For some time she had noticed I carrying at In the senate Thursday Senator in the house of delegates who
of the dressing-room. A few
ican cotton when it goes abroad needno that he had paid her special attention : later he called for her and moments started! Morgan made a motion to take up the is not '1Vent-he years of age and .

longer hide-we cau by no means overlooking did litte: things she said and when he saw what transformation Nicaragua canal bill. able to read !and write either the
but it
was not until she had read
j fay "its diminished head," when we his note, which was' awaiting her when happiness and a dozen roses had The motion was defeated by strict Spanish or the English language, or.
who is not
think of the old-style loose and, con- she reached home the preceding night, 1 wrought She had pinned a great party vote, with the exception of Sen possessed in his own rightof
: cluster of them in the taxable property, real or personal,
that she realized that he torn lace, their ator Foster, of Washington. Senator
lecmently balky'bales before the scientifically regarded.her
( situated in Porto Rico.
, with any special favor. f i glossy leaves and velvety petals hiding Simon, of Oregon, dodged, bus with .

packed staple from India When she took up her position be- I i all deficiencies of the trimming, I these exceptions the rote was on party Provision is made for enacting leg- i. .

.r and Egypt, observes the Dry Goods hind the counter and tied her black I while one of them nestled in her soft lines. islation similar to that in other terri- .

Economist apron about her waist, Molly saw that :' brown hair. Her cheeks glowed like Senator Morgan, who has been tories. The judicial power is rested ,1
companion roses, and her were in courts already established, the ;
Frank's eyes were fixed upon her face, eyes watching closely for an opportunity to
t f There is a movement oa foot for the which still bore the traces of her like stars. He said nothing, but bring up the bill, first asked unanimous chief justice and associate justices

.. passage of a law requiring defendants weeping aud she tried to smile at : Molly knew by his admiring look that consent that a day be set for a and marshal to be appointed by the
{ he would not be ashamed and she felt president, judges oi the district courts
in criminal cases in United States but her eyes filled with teari l rote on the measure, but this was de-
The young man noticed her emotion, i satisfied. nied because of objection by Mr. and other officers by the governor of
conrts to furnish bail through surety but After spending the most enjoyable Porto Rico. There is also a United
it was too busy to go over and inquire Lodge, who said the Philippines bill )
companies rather than individuals. into the cause of it for several I evening of her life, Molly saidas she must come up first Later Senator States district court established simi-

While there is very little bail forfeited hours. When he did so she had re- and Frank were walking to the streetcars Morgan found an opportunity to makea lar to other territories. The salariesof "

in the federal courts comparedwith covered her self-possession and merely formal motion for its consideration, all officers appointed by the president ;
laughed his i "I've had the best time I ever had." the are:
the state and away inquiries. When i j. result of which was temporary defeat i
municipal courts, Frank received her little note, ho1'i{I "Have you dear? Frank returned Governor, $8,000; secretary, attor- ;

nevertheless there is always more or ever, he began to understand that 'i pressing her arm to his side. "Areyou ney general, auditor, commissioner of .;{

less trouble in this line and it is almost something was worrying her and he t! willing to make me the happiestman BAKER BOUM OYER. interior, $4,000 each;treasurer, $5,000; ;i
impossible to recover on a bail resolved to discover the cause of her in the world? and his voice commissioner of education, $3,000; ;

r bond without legal proceedings.' The depression. During the days which i trembled as he looked down at the Atlanta Wife Murderer Held For the Crlmn' chief justice of the supreme court and :

?' followed, however, Molly avoided him. j 1 I little figure. Without Bail. United States district judge, $5,000f

sums difficulty was found in recover- constantly, and he felt that he must "How?" Molly whispered, without The first step in the prosecution o each; associate justices, $4,500 each; :

ing on bonds given by civil officers ol hare oflendel her in some manner or i i looking up. James L. Baker two marshals each, $3,000; district attorney -
on charge of wife
the government until the system ot other, when he overheard a little conversation "By promising to marry me, he $4,000. *
murder taken at Atlanta
enrety companies was introduced. No between another girl and have returned and Molly's answer must afternoon at a commitment Monday before No exjport duties are to be collected,, .
her satisfied him for he said
enlightened him wonder as they
but taxes and licenses be levied.
surety company has ever declined to parted on the of the Justice Bateman. The prisoner was may
fully. It was the day of the steps boardinghouse -
party, On the regular election day in November "
on a bond in instance remanded to the Tower without bail.
pay except one and all the girls were chattering about and
ever two
{ where a dispute to liability occurred, it upon every opportunity. "Now mind, :Molly, this dress must he Only one witness,was examined and Porto Rico may choose years a commissionerto ,

in Baltimore, and was settled by arbi "Say.Molly." whispered one of the be kept. We'll put it under,glass whom was Charles P. Pittman the man represent the island at Washington
girls to Mollyas the two were ,sorting and keep it the parlor, won't we: Baker charges with atienating'Mrs.
tration. Men of experience in this Baker's salary $5,000. A commission of three
out some of their stock towards the \ dearest?" and Molly answered: as she affections and upon whom
direction claim that similar results close of the day "what are going unlocked the door- he seeks to cast the 'whole blame for members,, one & native of Porto, is to .
y wonld foUow in the courts if all persons .. to wear tonight?" '- j "lies, we'll keep it, for it showed the killing. of be Porto named"Bico.r to revise and codify the laws ;.

admitted to bail were required to "1'm not going" Molly replied, 'me that you care. for me and not for: Witness Pittman was held in a 81,000 The act for civil' 'l ",
with a little catch in her voice, my clothes. bond for hiaappeuaace as a" yitneia'for a government is togo ;
furnish' .bonds' ,from. surety companies- > .. .......' the'Mate., : :: .-' into. .- .effect.. M.yl,. 1900. { .
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MORGAN The eyes of horses and cattle, Chinese cnstcma and comestibles are !

equally with the eyes of man, so very queer that we never fail to'finda IqETiI' "'.,,

: I 'IN'ALABA IA. .are.curedbyMitchell's Chinese bill of fare 'an' Interesting'' -.' -',
: --.-' document. Three cyclists! In:the land
: -*" of the Dragon Fly recently attended a
.- : fnil-dress Chinese dinner,'with chopsticks
tr. ...
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Saturday's Primaries Decided the 'S=_._._._,--. festive Chinamen clad In purple, blue ,- ; ,

r' and green jackets over their gayest

Senatorial' Contest. EyeSalvewhich frocks, and a menu of which they Ever lave "the .blues' ? Then..you. : ..., :4 ,
have given the benefit to the public in ,
Travel.. r know Low dirk, everything looks; 'j

: GOVERNORSHIP{{ IS STILL OPEN. "The meal was of the usual Chinese You are completely discouraged ; :;
was favorably known in this with
: topsy-turvy order. It began
and throw of ttst tera--'" :
p region as far back as 1849. sweets and ended with cenp. First, cannot :'

Day Was Replete With ExcitingInterest You may place great confi- there was served a liquid like warm tbledepressioaAlitlework f
sherry, together with little Jam C :
; 4. and Surprises dence in this remedy.Price dumplings and a vermicelli concoction looks like a Big mountain: I

4k' Were In Order. 25 cents. All druggists. called almond tea. Then we sat tittle noise.sounds,!ikc .tie .roof

, I down to twelve dishes arranged on
HALL & RUCKEL, the tables-sugar-cane, cherries, a cannon : and t little sleep :b all

Primaries were held in Alabama New York. 1848. Lend oo. shrimps, dates, cuttlefish, oranges, I you can secure night after niglit.That's' .

4 Saturday at which the Democrats of crop can slices of preserved duck preserved
t walnuts and so on, one helping
i No
4& about half of the counties voted their
with himself by means of chop sticks.
f, choice for United States senator and .. "Then we came to the more serious .rtJ.

I:, governor, and in about one-fourth out Potash. part of the entertainment shark's fins, Nerve Exhaustion ;

., ;: more selected representatives and delegates Jellyfish, sea slugs, wild duck, mushrooms ,
who will be Every blade of lotus nuts, pickled pigeon's
authorized to vote
.\f.1' ) eggs, duck and pork, rice floating in The truth! of the matter is, you nerves have been poi-
the choice
of their
.1 constituents. The
-. Grass, every grainof candied water and birds'-nest soup. soned and weakened with the impurities in your blood. The Y:
one-fourth of the
counties have
When had rested ten minutes from
we do is rid of these just as
;. already acted.The' Corn, all Fruits our labors a bucket of hot; plain rice thing yon to to get impurities

d'.. 'y United States senatorship has was placed In the center of the table, soon as you can. l#'
: been the overshadowing issue for* the and Vegetablesmust and everybody filled himself up according You want & blood-purifying medicine.-a perfect Sampari111.tLlt's -'
1 : first time in the history of the state, V
'.:. 1! obscuring the contest for governor. have it. If to individual" capacity. It was what YOU want. You want a Sarsaparilla that

The candidates for the legislature a nice evening. is the strongest and best nerve tonic you can buy, too. .' .;s

J were selected almost entirely with enough is suppliedyou The.Nicer Phrase.
their preference for senator. Senator "What's the difference between a bet

!: Morgan and Governor Johnston are can count on a full cropif : and a wager?" asked the man who That AYED'S ,,)
candidates for'
: only the senator- thinks there are too many words In :
,; ship, while Messrs. Stallings, of Butler too little, the growth will be the English language."A .
'i' Samford, of Lee; Waller of Hale bet,"said the friend who always "The only SanaparQh made voder the personal supervision of W: \

and Shelley and Tomlinson of Jefferson scrubby wears a dress coat after 6 o'clock, ?ls three graduates: a graduate pharmacy, a graduate ..; .'.f:: :-.
,,? candidates for .'
As a result of the voting governor.Hon. John Send for our boob telling all about competition of something you make with a man, In chemistry and a graduate in Pttdfcfae." .....
which has to be paid, no matter who 't1'
: T. Morgan has been renominated for fertilUcrs best adapted for all crops. They cost you $t.OO a bottle. All dru bU. -
I loses. A wager is something more re
United States Senator by a surprising nothing.GERMAN fined. It's made with a woman, andis During last year I was suffering: from nerroni prostration. For week I grew .x .. -.
\ majority. The returns make it appear KALI WORKS.93 Nassau Si.,New Y cd. collectible unless worse, became thin, could not deep, had no appetite, and wa ia a wretched eoadlrion. ,
considered. she y
I that he will have something like: 100 not" After taking several kind of medicines without remit, I took Ayer. .- .,
of the 120 votes in the Democratic leg Preliminary Arrangement. wins. -Washington Star. Sarsaparilla with more than pleasing results. My appetite returned, I slept soundly, .
; strength and weight increased, and now I am well and strong without the .M '
islative caucus. Hon. W. J. Samford "These photographs are souve- raj
my .
nirs of travel. The Salvation army, for the second lightest trace of my old trouble. Indeed, I would hardly before it possible for r ;
made a phenomenal race for governor. time, has failed to get a foothold In medicine to bring about such a change in any person."-CIJULA MXAUT, Winter ,
Senator ."All these? Well Miss Julia
Morgan who has : you'vebeen
represented Mexico. Mexican: laws forbid all religious Hill, Sommille, Mais., Dec. mat,1899. ..Ji. '..
the state with great credit in an extensive traveler. ..,
the senate for twenty-six years and "Xo, I haven't traveled at all. processions In the streets of :.

Joseph F. Johnston the present governor These are souvenirs of the travels I'm I cities. -..,', .
; whose administration has* been going to travel when I marry rich. Booker T. Washington '
signally successful are undoubtedly baa written
two of the ablest and most powerfulmen Chronic Tetter. TALKED INTO IT. AGENTS she lift and story work.of nt H** l1I'

in the state politically and the I Dr. James 0. Lewis, of Tip Top, 'g1TUbtsTle..OQ.
contest between their friends has been :Ky., writes: "I have an invalid friend Don't allow yourself to be talked I into b fly and all his beat *tpeecnea. Whit and colored
full of ginger and acrimony. The with me from Florida, who has derived fr jug a shoddy job to save a dollar or so when people are II'tTinradT&Dcedorders. A bonanza .
for Writ*today.W*would Ilk*toengac*
campaign opened last summer and great benefit from the use of your Tet- l t' the best is on sale in every town in the a few able white men to raperlDtend agent.
has not lagged for a day. terine in Chronie Tetter. I wish you I I.. ) South. Did you ever think how easy it is or.No.914-044 x*. 3\rx: Anttell: 0:0:0 BvlldJnc.Xjfii Atlanta c*: o,fla.p
Ten counties with fourteen membersof to send him a box to the above ad- for some people to be talked into a thing? "
the assembly] voted prior to Satur dress. Money enclosed." 60o. box at bl BUGGY CO.. NEW
day. Nine of the members from these drug stores' or by mail from J. T. [ root A,taT o. WMTI outer. ROCK HILL ROCK MILI..S.CJ>> DROPSY qalek niter..deansgieu,
>!sad 10*lay tntmntH.
counties were instructed for Morganand Shuptrine, Savannah Ga. Free. Dr. H. aiXXX'ltOII.B ....A.S*at..ilL9.aria
five for Johnston. There are also
The Difference.
sixteen hold-over senators of .which -
Morgan is understood to have nine "Did you go to the girls' college ChillsHllbRE ,
and Johnston seven. benefit supper, major?" "Yes, little al1d A' .
0- BOMB LATER JfEWS. gal." "They say it was a circus, ma: t
jor?" "Xo it wasn't, little girl. If
News received by The Montgomery it had could fot eJrer .
only been a circus I have
Advertiser up to Sunday midnight indicated bought a bag of rancid peanuts for a MAKES MAKES.. : .

that Morgan has carried fifty- nickel instead of paying 50 cents for efl1LDREI "' .
five of the fifty-six counties holding a burnt ball of popcorn." ADULTS ""OADULTS : [
"ti primaries.The : V' : '
returns from the five six '
counties in Alabama which were omit- Malsby & Company .

ted from the first reports only add the ,
more to Senator Morgam's victory. If 30 S. Broad St.. Atlanta Ga. "r

all of elected tho Democratic the senator nominees would shouldbe have Engines and Boilers THE BEST PRESCRIPTION ISGrove's

about 116 or 118 members of the two Strain Water Heater Steam Pumps and

houses of the assembly but probably. Fenberthy injectors.Yanttfactwere Tasteless Chill Tonic.

dozen Populists and Republicans will. '

from slip in the and figures this will stated.subtract somewhat The formula is plainly printed on every bottle-hence you V V;'

:F 'Colonel Samford has secured about know just what you are taking when you take Grove's. Imitators. _,

200 votes in the state convention. He do advertise their formula that would
needs only about fifty more to win, not knowing you not buy

but there is talk of a combination their medicine if you knew: what it contained. Grove's' contains
against him. Mr. Waller who ran
second in the gubernatorial race, has and Dealer in Iron and Quinine put up in correct proportions and is in a Tasteless,

a well orgainized support of about 135 SA."V'V' :MIlalaseCorn : form. The Iron acts as a tonic while the Quinine drives the :i ,
or 140 votes and is the second choice 11 Ills.Feed Mill.Cotton Gin Machinery -
of many another delegation. General and Grain Separator malaria out of the system.: Any reliable druggist will tell you that '
d SOLID and INSERTED Saws Saw Teeth and .
Shelley has sixty or seventy voles in Lock, Knight'*Patent Bog.Htrdlall SawMill Groves the and that all other socalledTasteless'
the convention and Mr. Stallings has and Engine Repairs,Governors,Grate is
the remainder of the 501 convention and Ban quality and a full of good line of guaranteed.Will Supplies.Catalogue Price Chill Tonics are imitations. An analysis of other chill tonics shows ;
free by mentioning this paper.
votes. Good generalship therefore
will have considerable to do with that Grove's is superior to all others in every respect.. You

naming the next executive.The ModdwRTver DIAMONDSo arc: not experimenting when you take Grove's-its superiority :
is Mr.
surprise of the campaign
Btalling's light vote throughout the closely resemble the genuine as to be beyond and excellence having long been established. Grove's is the -
detection except by the closest scrutiny of
., state. Stallings ran third Shelly an expert. Only cost from$3 00 to $15.00 each. Chill Cure sold throughout the entire malarial sections of It ..
l1 fourth and Tomlinson fifth. The sound Worn by leaders of society CTerywh ere. :Send .

,r money Morgan men and Samford.in the state supported 40 for The Illustrated Modder catalogue.Hirer Diamond Agent Co.wanted., the United States. No Cure, No Pay. Price. 500. I

The returns from the counties in No. 919 Prudential Building,Atlanta, Ga. TYPEWRITERS.Write w. L. DOUGLAS STOPPED FREE V !L

,: the second district show the nomination Instructor of boxing 'ttaUt.fly Cartay J:
w of Colonel A. A. Wiley, of Mont- MIKE DONOVAN,aUheNewYcrkAthlette C1UD will pub-- Rebuilt for machine cur bargain good list.as new $3 & 3.5O SHOES Mao ITS OR. LIU'S IXEAT .".
gomery, as congressman. hell a aerie of twenty Illustrated boxing lessonsIn (for for examination.werk.) cheap. Largest Ya.cblnfllllhipped, beet x Worth! 54 to 56 compared, NERVE.. ...RESTORER..,'._ ..
;f The returns from the counties in GOLDEN HOCBS. This will offer Its readers the and cheapest stock in the country. with other make ::-; Or........"... ...... game privileges as those wealthy enough to belong Indorsed by oyer 9 TRIAL UOTTILB FKBBnpim.M I
We rent <
"' the sixth district confirm the re-nomi- to a fashionable club. Ask your newsdealer typewriter EXCHANGE, > 1,000,000 wearer, i $ria pWw wM p, ..17..*t.nry. :.
't/,m tion of Hon. John H. Bankhead 'to for GOLDEN Roras\o.WO covering the,or lesson send 91 to for GOLDINllorits special THE TYPEWRITER 808 North Vlh St.. The gen,,'" hare W. L I _A.--atOw.aM.dt.-peaq. .,......![.roMer..ti",1M'ji lOA 2? j"Stratt.
subscription St. Louis, Mo. DongW cam and price I DB.IL H.."' .""" ,;
congress. He had no opposition. ,24 and 26 Vandewater Street :New York. tamped on bottom. Take{ $31 arcs .ftUUdttpak. r..aww ii.OPIUM .
: _. no substitute claimed to be
--- -
MORGAN THANKFUL. Bargain Counter Method. "Pot of Beans" u good Your dealer (
should keen then-it. AND MORPHINE'
Tess-How's your club getting George W. Bean, Sr., and his four not,we will send a pate Ioa
r Old Senatorial War Hone of Alabama along? sons of Somerville, Mass., were all Wi receipt for of price and 250. habit*cored at nomn. NO CUBK.NO PAT.Correspondence .
extra carnage Slats kind of !leather
Exprene: Gratitude. Jess-Oh, we're getting a big mem- made Master Masons on the same i L .i&e and width,plain or cap! toe. Cat.free. Look confidential.box 713,Atlanta OATS Ga. CITI'SOCIETY.
Monday Senator Morgan, who is in bership now since we reduced the evening recently in Putnam Lodge.So fmasrnum .. L UOU6lAS SHOE co., 1lOCIttIIIJ....

-.. Washington, wired the Birmingham initiation fee. far as is known, a similar event has LEARI HYPKOTISH.;; .Ue8sstbt ;
i Age-Herald as follows on the result of Tess--I told you $5 was too much never occurred in the history of the Complete matter la.thod by reet.teredmatttwO3ID Iatss i

.. ,,. his almost unanimous indorsement at to expect any woman to pay. masonic fraternity. The five men aest Syrup, Tara G Cs.m .Las. W.TRIPLIt't'l'SU..w...,...Vlralala. :
..- the hands of the Alabama Democracy Jess-Yes, we realized that, so we have been given the nickname of "the arms tlote.y el
in Press. of Beans. Mention this p ln trltVI9lo afM'ttlerl.r .
; Saturday's primaries: made it $4.98.-Philadelphia pot I l a t"La AWU-1900-Mxt.en
: t:,k' "Tho very remarkable vote of so -

::*.., .many oonntm gives a safe assuranceof ..lj\
the future strength and harmony of '"
the Democracy of Alabama. The confidence ; :j

I: thus expressed toward me as
one of the senators from Alabama exr "
: cites my gratitude to the people and I

..wilt increase* and prosperity.my devotion to their interest Creole'* H ii4 .Besiorer is a Perfect Dressing and Restorer. Price

"Jons T. MOBQJIN."


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ATKINSON CONTROLS r ., '\., TEtEfiRAPDERS.ORDERED A speaker at large public meeting '"
IElrnelY tow't'i ... '--?.
: : r :
.... '. ." recently;held in a London suburb had assoctuisioli
"Forward Movement Has
; 1"- to refer to the good
'r' public
AtlntfaJournal '
e Stock The
Majority j
% ; .. Checked !"Little Bobs"at work' performed by-11 popular
Says magnate
:' OUT
\ .
IN]HIGH COURTvftjE'Ar .: Disposed, !\By. *. .f BIOeIi foDt ln. who was upon;: the! platform. After

: 'Hoke-SiriJtli. : : ,' stating the many and excellent result 1
4 : :
'. : ... A London special : "The for
eft says of
'* Atlanta; the worthygantieman'a aad-.
-37Jp l .
t:-* majority the energy
eat.ia, '
yTIie > xperssveraaeehe
sp : .: ..... -r .'- ward movement is checked," says remarked: :.... ;
(Ga..)Journal has become J e' V t
) '
'0; Southern Lord Boberts. This is taken to.mean, It is a great pity that every other '

4 ,h Supreme Tribunal of the ,:Land of., .H.H.,,' Atkinson, AIoiiiis': Stan.1) Employes.:of Railway notby fighting,'but by dispositions to idle and u1oJeit'8IaA does.net follow

don and .fameat Gray. This mesas; head oft their advance and bar their his example." -
Called On to. Strike. V
.r Will Settle the Contest.: Smith from the" Are of Then the wondered
,,, the retfremenVof Hoke way to vulnerable points in the line speaker: why it,

?: -, ,f."f f.' r\.. newspaPer/busine8L:; f I. British communications.Belief war that the audience! smiled,audibly;.

.. DATE !}fOR. HEARING. I IS :SET. newspaperman George H. :Dickinson well known, a New throughout York- A MAJORITY VOTED TO QUIT. Boers is'on in Natal the"way'to appear_ Wepener.The incapable. ; this Sky.a_ Hljrh.VIsltorrls high-bred.
I "L : of developing an aggressive move -
Attendant Yes, sir; he's a skye terter. E$
the country,will tafce charge as Elandslaagte.Lord '
general manager.- ,He has been in,Atlanta Railroad Officials, However, De Methuen is at the Zwartkop-

Attorneys, File ,Documents'" Mak- forsome,'days:under a contract clare Move Will Not Prove fontein, twelve miles east of Boshof, Identity Kstablbned. : 1
ing.the Situation Plain andAsk which provided that if the deal should and is sending small swift columns A.story U told of &neighbor meeting a little';2 f
the Serious. one on the street and toying: "Good morning &?
For Early Decision.A be made he would"_ Jake- charg.rof' through the adjacent .country. Lord my little dear. I never can tell yon aid yowr ;
entire plant. fhAftKam! ,_rnmanAing one of .ths&e-, dater apart. Which, ot the twinsar JOUr .- r I

.. A few weeks ago_it was announcedthat The telegraphers on the Southern encountered small (Commando.about And vftal'the oat little walktn one.lade'. answer Tm the_ODe "i'

a well founded vrurnor,..credited ten miles southeast of Zwartkopfon-<
Washington. special says. TheY Hoke Smith, who owned 530 of the. railway system were ordered to strikeat tein. 'He found most of the: farms" .!h. 8 rfs of Planets Bey..Jed. sa
cases .involving the Kentucky, governorship of his o'clock last morningby ln immense trtescop which 1* ,now IB
shares with disposing! 11 Thursday
; liOOO; occupied by women and children only. of coiistrncttvii is expected to brine .
were docketed,... in.the United stock. This announcement drew a President W. V. Powell, of the Order An editorial note in The Daily Hail,: She moon within 'n mtl*'. eyeeigbt of"UtU J'proceSi
world and to rer.r.I the secrets of all planets
States supreme court, ,Monday:'' A .'negative from The ,Journal, butdespite of Railway Telegraphers. avers that Mafeking is in a very bad Is maT cause as great a change la the world's ,

brief statement in which counsel for the denial from headquarters, of way, and that hope of. relief, is far onV thought as Hun:ettor's Stomach Bitters does 'I ,
rx The order was issued as a result in the physical condition of sufferers from ,
the rumor :was generallybelieved. as no force is advancing from the dyapepUa, constipation, liver or kidney .. .
both Taylor and Beckham joined was the controversy which has been waging
on .
considerable negotiations
-tea:; After south tr uta The Bitters strenth a tt tattr ?
filed .at"the same'time. asking for an the subject; a contract was entered into between 'telegraphers and the The war office announces that 4,000 system. ,Try and It also prevents malaria.fever sn4ague. '.

early bearing. by which Mr. Atkinson and bis,associates Southern, and was not entirely unex- horses will arrive at the ,Cape this j 'J
pected. President Powell is person It a man has go d health he can. lo
secured the right to purchaseMr. .
The court advanced the case to be head- week. It is well understood that the lee atony pretty well without tame
the strike from his
Smith's stock, at a stated figure;; ally directing ....
animals are not fit for work until about
-heard the 30th instant and allotted ,
If- on quartep in the Kimball house in At-
any time up to and including April ten days after the Two thousand i
each side four hours for arguments. 16th. On last Friday Mr. Smith was". lanta.' His order to the operators more are due at voyage.the Cape withina Stomach ,

The agreed statement. sets out that notified that his stock would" be follows: few'd&Jl. The war office has called
ATLAJTTA, Ga., April 12. To All TroublesIn
both Taylor and Beckham t.as gover- bough out the reserve companies of several ,
: It can be stated positively that there Telegraphers'Employed on the battalions which will be sent
) nors, John Marshall as lieutenant governor infantry
Southern Railway Turn Spring
. on the Republican.side, and L. will be no immediate changes in the board red and quit work at your 11 to South Africa forthwith. ,
editorial that is.unless'
force business -
: H. Carter as president pro tem. of the or ; o'clock The Boer peace envoys have documents Are THAT IJn. om' nxiuro, bad tarts
today, Thursday, April
t senate and John Castlemin as ad- .there are voluntary withdrawalsfrom the Borne, correspondent of '
12th. Perform service of ) in the mouth, dull .headache sleeplessness
the What develop in no any .
paper. may The News that urgenad-
jutant neral on Democratic side, Daily says,
kind. Stand firm and is .
month few months matter ,poor.appetite.No
a .
k a or to the Transvaal to I
are ea h'and'aU; claiming the right to vances wage
W. V.
for the future. ours. matter how careful
k' and are' actually attempting to exercise President Order Railroad Teleg- originally made by Germany. you are.
H. Atkinson, one of the three The also asserts that about eating everything take-into
i .the powers of the respective offices correspondent you \
4 claimed them thus new owners'of The Journal, is probably raphers. ,Count von Buelow, the German for- stomach turns distress
severally by President Powell claims that at least your soar,causes I
producing great confusion in Kentuoky'by the best known young business'man eign minister, who was said to have
90 cent of the men quit work, and pains and unpleasant gases.
in the south. He is at the headof per \
visit to sick brother really ;
: ., reason of the doubts as to gone on a a ,
the officials, the road that poly r.wha' theM
with tremendous say Don't un
connected a
or you
which of. the persons named has the went to Milan for the express pur- 1
about 10 cent of the telegrapherson
variety of enterprises. per of with the symptoms-signals of distress-mean?
lawful right to exercise the authority pose conferring
the obeyed the order aud
L pertaining to the several offices named, He is president of the !Georgia They are the cries of the stomach .

; all to the great injury and detriment Electric Light Company, which holds went on strike. MURDERED HIS WIFE. for help 1is being overworked.
the city's contract; he is president of CTBCULAB ISSUED.
j. of the people of the state. The agreed
statement then continues as follows: the Southern Banking and Trust; Company President Powell issued a circular Bloody Tragedy Resulted :From a Separation It needs ,the peculiar tonic qualities

: ''ThuI;'under constitution and ; president of the Tifton, ThornasvUle approving the strike he had ordered, and a Quarrel.At and.digestive strength to be found in

laws of Kentucky, the governor of the and Gulf railroad; president of in accordance with the constitution of Atlanta, Ga., Friday night'James Hood's Sarsaparilla
the Union Lumber president L. Baker shoved into his wife's
state, in addition to being charged Company; Order of Railway Telegraphers The a
generally with the duty of seeing that and treasurer of the Atlanta Suburban circular defines the.purposes of the face and fire four shots. With a groan The best stomach and blood remedies -

the laws are faithfully executed, is also Land corporation; secretary and strike as follows: the woman fell to the floor,
'specially charged with the duty and treasurer of the Collins Park and Belt L To secure the reinstatement of its gushing from two wounds in her head are ,combined in the' medicine. ,.'andthousands

invested with the power of filling many Line; treasurer of the Georgia and members who ,were discharged by the from which she died.a few hours later. of letters
grateful telling
Carolina Planters' Company, and vice Mrs. Baker had separated from her
Southern railway without just cause.
important offices in the state by appointment its it to be the
cures greatest
some by original appoint- president of the Third National bank. 2. The right to be, heard through husband a week. before, and had goneto prove stomach
medicine for all troubles
ment and others by appointment to fill In addition to the foregoing,.he has committee in,the adjustment of their live with Mrs. Martha J. Payue, at discovered. ever

vacancies, and also with the power to charge of the large real estate interestsof individual grievances. whose house the tragedy took place., yet _

.,., issue commissions to many officers, T.. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., of Bos- 3. A set; of rules and rates of pay to The inmates of the house were at .The trolley Pole.

3e whether appointed by him or"electedby ton.Messrs. govern train dispatchers telegraphers, supper when Baker walked into the In a Scottish paper is an anecdote in
Brandon and Gray are prom- dining room, and with the remark,
the people, and also with the power agents and other.station employees connection with the electric
new -
to issue pardons and to remit fines and inent and well known Atlanta attor- in their employment, discipline, eta "You have" turned the old dog put, just opened in Aberdeen. Two system
have ? shot straight in his wife'sface.
forfeitures. neys.: 4. Twelve coasecutive hours work you farm
: servants came to Aberdeen to
"Both plaintiff in error, William S. per day where one or two telegraphersare There was so little said and the N.Year's:
spend day. Arriving by
PARIS SHOW OPENS. all done thatit
shooting was so quickly,
Taylor, and defendant in error, J. C. employed including one consecu- train, they immediately made their
Beckham, are claiming the right to tive hour for dinner; ten consecutive was some moments before it was way ;to the terminus of the electric

perform all functions of the aforesaid The Crowning Exposition of All. hours, including meal hour, in all relay realized what had happened.The tramway circuit,where, ,after :lookingat

t ; office of governor, and each of them is Countries-America Is Liberally dispatchers' offices i and offices affair has dramatic some very, highly the new creation with much, won-
and features.
: attempting and has"actually attempted where more than two telegraphers are sensational der decided ; ride
they baring a
of the SAid functions Represented, employed, except that this rule will Baker claims,'first of all, that his wife upon
1 i. perform many Getting on tote:: :top of, the car, and
,lA such, for example, as issuing pardonsand At noon Saturday.France opened to not make working hours more than and himself disagreed on account of after:;getting well along: "Wull," said
husband and he
her former
son by a ,
filling offices by appointment, of those that may now be effective. Jockv "this is invention. In
the world the crowning exposition a graun
also claims that he shot his wife because ;
"Some of the officers of the state 5. Eight consecutive hours for train ,
Edinburgh I them drive the
saw cars
all countries. The: most favorable
of Charles A. Pittman, a
t recognize the acts of the plaintiff dispatchers. I young
: I wi' an iron rope aneth street, in Dundee -
" in error, William S. Taylor, as weather conditions prevailed and in- 6. Pay for overtime for' telegraphera carpenter, who is a 'oo-in-hlw of Mrs they pu' them wi' .en jje but
I; the lawful acts of the governor of numerable bright colored domes and dispatchers and ethers in excess Pay t!. Be first admitted shooting it I miohty man, who wad a' thocui I.i they .

i ; :j the state, and refuse to recognize minarets glistened in the, sunshine. of the above hours pro rata on stated his wife, bat later in the evening he .could ca' them wi' a fishing rodl"Mistakes. .

,, .. similar acts by defendant In salary, but nothing less than 25 cents changed that statement and said'beshot
error, J. C. W. Beckham; while other Paris was early astir with people wend- per hour at Pittman and, missing him, bit Dlstreirafng .

officers of the state recognize the acts I I ing their way toward the Elysee and 7. To abolish the practice of compelling his wife accidentally. "A man can't be too careful whomhe

, J. C. W. Beckham as'\the lawful acts I in the direction of the exposition in agents to load cotton, to care Pittman and all the other inmates of snubs."

'i : of the governor of the state and refuse the hope of witnessing the presidential for and put out switch lights, to hire the house state that Baker shot point "What do you mean?"

t to recoznize the acts of William S.I procession at some part of its additional help and pay for it out of blank at his wife, after. addressing a "Why,"every once in a while Fve

I I Taylor as such gpvernor. journey.All their already meager salary, and the remark;to her., snubbed some plain people who after- "

"Amon other officers whom the the public buildings and numberless performance of other menial labor. The wounded woman said her husband ward came into lot of money. ;

governor is authorized and requiredto private houses were decoratedwith 8. A minimum wage scale of $45 shot her because she refused .

appoint are the officers of the trophies of flags, chiefly the tri- and $50 per month, according to ter- live longer with him.

eleemosynary institutions of the state, color. The neighborhood of the exposition ritory or location, and the raising of Baker is a meat cutter by trade. He Womans .

i and each of the said two claimants to was especially with bunting individual stations to conform to the is said to be addicted to drink, and

? the office of governor has attempted to while most of the pavilions them- amount of work performed or the re- was under the influence of whisky r ,

fill said offices and 'some persons recognize selves were surmounted with floating sponsibility the service. when the shooting occurred.

the authority of the appoinees banners. 9. One hundred and twenty dollars Pittman was arrested at the same Refugewh.

of one of said claimants to the offices Within the exposition grounds all per month for track dispatchers. time with Baker and the charge

and refuse to recognize those of the I was bustle and animation, in a supreme 10. The securement of fair and against him was booked as ."suspi

others and vice versa. By reason of effort to clear away all unsightly equitable rules regarding promotion. cion. Baker was charged with as-

all these facts and others which might obstacles in order to leave an unob- While President Powell and the sault with intent to murder.
slob Is
be enumerated, it is of the utmost im structed road and an external appearance other strike leaders are jubilant and 'Lydia E.

portance to the people of the state of of completeness to the palaces for declare that they have the entire system FUSION IN OREGOX. Pln"It..STs.Ve..tabe.

Kentucky that the question of tke the presidential party in its passage tied up, the Southern officials in Oo".rlllll.
Democrats Populists and Silver Roaa>> '-
-' right to office involved in the aforesaid through the grounds.The Atlanta do not appear disturbed or lleans Jola Thrlr Fortunes.
be determined. The unfinished condition of the No other ttiodJoiao In the
:t litigation questions ex- alarmed at the situation. The state convention of the Demo-
of law involved in said inauguration day is regret- woH+bas dona
I. causes position on ME. HABDWICK TALKS. crats and Populists of Oregon, after so much
; are of very great and grave interest able and perhaps misleading. It will
Assistant General Passenger Agent being in session for two days in Portland pJ iafNo
'; and importance, involving the nature be at least a month before anythingbut
his railroad effected fusion of the two
Hardwick who service -
; and,extent of the powers of an election the buildings is to be seen. Thedaj's said ,in ties and adjourned.The .oenfhfeinoa has ever
as a telegraph operator,
contest tribunal and the powers of the ceremonies were a peculiar mix- ,II" vl li4ttMI.
the strike silver Republicans also joined
regard to : .
judiciary with retatio thereto. ture of splendor and widespread '. '
d sumptuous k
"The public may be assured that the in the fusion movement, though they
Mr. Louis McQuown appears as confusion elsewhere. Southern Railway Company thor- held no cenvention. Both the Demo No woman's tBstbnonSai

attorney for Beckham and other of Americans their country's, especially display, will at the be world's proudof oughly appreciates its duty, to the crats and Populists indorsed William was' ovor ., aukllshod by

.' the Democrats, white' Holm Bruce fair, for the United States stands second public in every way, and it gives the Jennings Bryan for the presidential ''Mi. Pliikham.-.without
that there has been nomination, but the Populist delegates
appears as attorney for Taylor and only to France herself in numberof assurance no "apDoIMI IfIWmIssiOlL
serious interruption of traffic and were instructed to vote only for a Pop-
\ exhibitors. which treble those of
other Republicans. !
.. any: foreign country. there will not be any." uliat for vice president. No woman overwrote to

Trying to Settle- Boundary Dispute. America has three times the numberof STRIKERS READY TO FIGHT Mrs. Pimkham for advice
), exhibitors that France had at theworld's OREGOX REPUBLICANS MEET. wtthovt ,
; No
Governor MoMillin, of Tennessee, 0e tllig'JeiI.
fair in Chicago. She occupies "'
was in Washington Thursday to negotiate : feet with her 47 distinct Italian Workmen Ar.Cantlnt.Trouble State Coaventloa S leets Dees"te* t*, male -aes theso letters.

:tt: a settlement of the boundary dis 3i9,052Square exhibition 33 in the main, Croton Landing, N. Y. I Philadelphia and"In4or.e. McKinley 'Her *ttvfe&;te free, and
'. pnte between Tennessee and Virginia., spaces' A dispatch from Croton Landing, The Oregon Republican state convention '
14 in the Vi atltir&ss fa
i f He will ask that the supreme court'appoint exposition grounds, cen- N. Y., says: While everything was in session 'Thursday nominated : :Lynn,
nes annex, excluding: the ground covered -' Mass' '$h& Is :
;0:' a comniss'ou to investigate the quiet and peaceful in the neighborhood C. F. Wolyerton for justice of-the'su- a woman;

; 1 boundaries and the claims of the states by onr eagle surmounting national -, of the Cornell dam Sunday night; preme court, J. W. Bailey state,'food yOu oaf t tell'her.the truth

( r and recommend settlement by which American pavilion enterprise on the,Qua'd'Orsay, however is notonly 'where Italians are on a strike for,increased and dairy commissioner. and elected Ho llvJaff'it&rsQM .fa ,so
: both will abide. nearly 300 armed deputies"gnarded -
wages four delegates at large to.thai ,
4 _shown in the.,size, of liar representation : ': = National oomp&taEt lo advise
; but in:,the the"works andeach"one"of ; Bepublican convention ;The platform ,Nona; .has had ..
MeCall Mated For GOfernor.tI pl'eparednea.'olher woman
., .? as them was guessing what woaldhapent -;. ,indorse, the '''gold, ;.legislation:'."of
installation with that
t :A Washington dispatch :: John' compared next. The striking Italian JaboV? sth oXjrfA'knc8.
\ says ? of most of the other countries;" and it ,i jth.tf present oongr'esiYreiideatpXo; .
E. McCall,' of Lexington; Tenn,, hast ers/whose homes are\ia the vicinity Xialey'eadministrattai s
been elated for the Republican nomination'for. can safey.be said that but forthstoriness -.. :of, the work*,:are.: behaving'quietly 1 "'pines sod..favors :the immediate ilithePjlip; SJioha wstored! a mM- ,. +.'
of French workmen and meth" cmstrnction .
J ( .. governor}'of that state by .. but-.are doggedly:.determined.:I'.Thestrik ; ; of the' Nicaragua"eanal w ice: sufferers :to.health.Y&toan i
ode the United States: exhibits would '
1 Brownlow and,GiUoou: Representative er sw ear thai if mtaide 1 labor far' der.governmental tress tk or Other j
have been exposed in their show. case. ; eontrol.tlfotbin'wasaaWregsrding''PortoBI $ .
Brownies wl' tooth and'
makes, thU"statement brought in they :A h' '
'. OB the opening day. ;. The .. .... .
nail to it. .
authoritatively. prevent .
delegates are uninstructed Lydia>1Piatbat Ke4. Co,Lynn,Mass. :"
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'Advertise in the TELEGRAPH. "Four bottles of Electric Bitters "' ... ...'....", .;'..i. ;-,.' ':J '-

J| J W. Hull, of Jacksonville, vise has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, : -:., .1.J

;*Jtcd relatives here Tuesday. which had caused her great suffer- Invites Every Lady to See Their :. : ?
; for '
years. Terrible sores '

'l Running sores, ulcers, boils, would break out on her head and .

}- etc., quickly cured by face, and the best doctors could Grand E

_:. [manner Salve, the most healing give no" help; but her cure is com- Millinery Display ;

l salve in the world. No other plete and her health is excellent." .

; L. Gaskins. This shows what thousands have
_}. tjust good J. '
Just Received. : :
proved,-that Bitters is _;
: J..i J. W. Hodges made a business the best blood purifier known. It's ;' .

;.: .I; .trip. Cleanse to Jacksonville the liver Tuesday.purify the the tetter supreme, salt rheum remedy, ulcers for eczema, boils, The most elegant The latest i in Flowers .:. '{: : :

i blood, invigorate the body by us- and running sores. It stimulates '.... ,

fl,: ing DeWitt's Little Early Risers. liver, kidneys and bowels, expels Pattern Hats !

/J t; These famous little pills always poisons, helps digestion builds up which are so natural you will be tempt- \r-ifIll:

.iJ:.t.act promptly. J. L. Gaskins. the strength. Only 50 cents. i' ed to smell their fragrance. ,

Sold by J. L Gaskins druggist, from Paris, Berlin and our own work- '; J
l|J| Thos W.:Carter of Ashboro, N Guaranteed.Ward. ,

,! : C, had kidney trouble and one rooms will then be exhibited, together Laces and Ribbons of the latest styles ; .:;;!j

t" bottle of Foley's Kidney Cure City Mention. will also be exhibited. : hi:, :
with New Shapes, New Turbans, New : :: : 1
r ; effected a perfect cure, and he LaGrippe seems to have lost its ,.

i} says there is no remedy that will grip in this community A few Trimmings including PRICES THE LOWEST -i

t compare with it. J. L. Gaskins persons still complain, but all are I :' '

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'. Miss McFadden treated her! improving.The
dry, cool weather has retarded THE IDEAL .
class l
kindergarten to an egg hunt :; : :!
of farm
the Park / the growth pro- .. .
t at Monday. The little 'U"c,>-<, -,,
ducts, but there is "':"'" -<" t
folks a long season
carried lunch with them, and

I enjoyed the outing thoroughly. yet up all ahead right of at us harvest and we time.will show COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO. ; !l

FOR SALE-First mortgage of We have a Farmers' Resort ,

, $700, payable in instalments of lodge at this place and its member- :. ; {

i $100 each on November 1st of each ship comprises 40 or 50 of our STARKE FDAl -- ;:1t'; 1: .

with ten interest best citizens. The lodge is "' "
year, per cent. presided -- ----- -- -- .l : .

secured upon dwelling: in Starke. over by our genial friend, MajorR. ] .,. .<;; .' ) c/1jd: !: j .
II \ Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH F. Lewis, who, by the way, l l

\ office, Starke.. would make an excellent county Kodol l J ESTATE OF C. i.,; '. i
\ officer.
H. Clark, Chancey, Ga., says 1 he town was very quiet last ;
DeWitt'sVitch ,
Hazel Salve cur- The beer (
Saturday night. brigade
ed him of piles that had afflicted : ,.
shifted the scene of their opera- Cure .
him for twenty years. It is also a tions to the Santa Fe river, west Dyspepsia '$ DR. J. H. COLSON, Manager, .. .
. for skin diseases. Be- ftt.
cure :
speedy made !
of town, where they the what eat.It .. J
ware of dangerous counterfeits. J. night hideous with yells and hoot- Digests you P) STARKE, Fla C : ...
L. Gaskins artificially digests the food and aids .,.
Beer flowed (: j ;;;
I ings. freely duringthe :Nature in strengthening and recon- L3j Dealer In \TJ .,' "rJ ,l
Rev. F. J. Fowler, pastor of the evening! but unfortunately for structing the exhausted digestive or- *J ..< ;
Baptist church at Waldo, will some of the crowd there was a reaction gans. It is the latest discovered r"

preach at the Baptist church here and it flowed the wrong way can ant and approach tonic.it No f in other efficiency. digest-I DRUGS flEDICINES :; lj;

next Sunday morning and evening. later stantly relieves and permanently cures r Wand AJ .
All are invited to attend. i We.had a very able and interesting Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, 1 > p
-- -- I sermon by Rev. A Crosby Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea .f
J. L. Carson, Prothonotary, Sunday from Proverbs 14 chapter. Sick IIeadacheGastralgiaCramp3 and DRUG SUNDRIES, jj !t !

Washington, Pa., says, "I have 12th "There is which all other results of imperfect digestion.
found Kodol Cure verse. a way Prlrrt 5 Dyspepsia an seemeth right 'unto a man, but the small size.Book all about dyspepsia mailed tree Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine PerI ] J '
excellent remedy case of stomach end thereof the of deat V Prepared by E. C. DeWlTT A CO.. Chicago
are ways a and Hair andS :
y fumery Fancy Soaps
trouble and have derived j ,
great j The subject was well handled and _. J. L. (JASKINS.Notice. 'f1 !
Denefit from its use." It digests ---- -- Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods
the :
sermon was greatly enjoyed. ) I
what eat and can not fail to !
We have services every second t\,\ a Specialty.
cure J, L. Gaskins. and third Sundays at 11 a 01, and ) .iz.,.7'- ; :

7 m. by Revs Brown and Crosby NOTICE is hereby given that FINE CIGARS .. :
Rev. E. H. Giles filled his regu- I p. the following described lands will '. .
and occasionally ReV.. F.
':Jar monthly appointment at La- be sold auction the J
at .
public on GARDEN AND
Malphurs and others give us a call. 1 t.. .
:rosse last Sunday. Mr Giles of Starke in \ j
7th day May, IQOO, at '
will hereafter go to LaCrosse on We also have a splendid Sunday the county of Bradford and state of C FLOWER SEEDS. W! .\ < : !IIn: !
school, which meets Sundayat '.' ,. ...
the third Sunday in each month every Florida, or so much thereof as will! .:'J 1 I 1-55 ,

j instead of the second, as hereto- 3 p. m.. AR51E. be necessary to pay the amount I) Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and to2 \ :) ':-H. .: i]f .
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.:: ,fore. ._- He Fooled The Surgeons.All due for taxes herein set oppositethe [5 j prompt attention given to CompoundingPhysicians' ..:,\ ;;': :. rJr, :

2' M; W. H. same, together with the cost of I I C+,l Prescriptions day or night. C '-1'J .: i. '
i Shipman, Bearclsley, doctors told Renick Hamilton such sale and advertising: : \; ;.'
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li Minn, under oaths says he suffered ot West Jefferson, O. after Mrs :M.A. Demarest. One lot ....,1' G.II. I "- ", i from dyspepsia for twenty-five suffering 18 months from Rectal "':t'm ;;tP; ro. i r.
of Call and
commencing at se cor ;' '><.b<:!>:!>:!> ''- 'S. ;'?
. (tl- years Doctors and dieting gave Fistu'a. he wou'd die unless a cost- ---- ---- -
New strs and running n 80 ft, w ---------- =========
I but little relief. Finally .he used operation watt performed; but 52!' ft, s 80 ft to Call st, e along: -

: r Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and now he cured himself with five boxesof Call st 52'i It to place of beginning C. M. SPARKMAN CO. [[f

i: :: eats what he likes and as much as Buc len's Arnica Salve, the in Starke--------. .$2.30 ?:

he wants, and he feels like a new surest Pile cure on earth, and. the F. J. Field. Four acres in sw -DEALERS IN- % 1 :

man. It digests what you eat. J. best salve in the world. 25 centsa cor ot nej!{ of sejf, sec 29, tp 6 s, HIGH GRADE WHISKIES.
J.. L. Gaskins. box. Sold by J. L. Gaskins range 22 e, in Marke . .$6.05 1 ii'RYf

*:. : At the circuit court in Baker druggist. Goodell & Walter. Beginning I W hisk..y,$2 to $5 per?:al.: Corn whiskey $3 to $2.50 per gal : Gins, $2 to!Z.IO! per gal I ;
week William Craft at sw cor of land of S P. Crews Ruin$2 to$-:"\II per gal.: Apple Brandy!2.o to$:3 per gal : Peach Brandy fi.J-O to $3 j.tr j1al. I
county last LaGrippe Successfully Treated."I White Wheat Whiskey.$:!.)per gal. Prompt Attention paid to all orders I ;
and running n 384 ft, w ft, s
was convicted of having sworn to have just recovered from the 342 I q.

I a lie in the case wherein W. P second attact of ''a grippe this 384 ft, e 342 ft to place of beginning JUG TRADE ASPPJCIA.. LTY. iLC. I

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in Starke $635 '
with -
FRigdon, in 1898, was charged Mr Jas. A Jones publisher -
year says
the murder ot Gen P. Cannva. :Mrs Ilamnett. Four lo's bound M. SPARKMAN & CO. Starke Fla. '
t; of the Leader, VTexir. Texas- tr'.
Craft was sent to the penitentiary "In the last case I used Chamber ed w by Broadway and J. R. Davis"lot .
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known of Orange Col- i
f for twenty years.J. lain's Cough Remedy, and I think as part And Death '
____ lege lot, beginning at se cor of J. A Life Fight.

{ L. Gaskins guarantees every with considerable !success, only being R. Davis' lot an : running 57 feet .Woman's Monthly Trial Mr. \V. A. Hinesof Manchester, If
in bed little over two days,
't:.' ,bottle of Cnamberlain's Cough a for the former thence n 267 ft, thence w 205 feet, la., writing of his almost miraculous \\i:;iIF

.... Remedy and will refund the money against ten days at- thence s 92 ft, thence e 105 ft, s escape from death, says: "Ex-

i : to any one who i is not satisfied: af- tact would The second have been attact I am satisfied again 175 fr, in Starke . .$680 There should be no dreadof i posure after measles induced serious H

'. ter using two-thirds of the contents -qually as Miss A. Hollisterl: Onehalfacre the monthly period. lung trouble, which ended in It I
had the riret but for the of
This.is the best remedy in the worl'1k as use commencing 100 ft from sw consumption. I had trequent Il;
this jemcdy as I had to to bed To the woman in perfect ,I
for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup go cor of viadison and Thomas strs ( hemorrhages and coughed night !;

. -.., : and whooping cough and is pleasant in about six hours after being'struck' : thence s 210 ft, w 105 ft, n 210 ft, e'''; health it should be a renewal of .j and day. All my doctors said I .,-
with it while the first
":, and safe to take. It preventsany in I 105 ft, in reof sej of sec 29, tp strength and vigor. But to how must soon die. Then I began to :
I able attend business -
to to r
I j tendency of a cold to result in case about was two before 6 s, range 22 e, in Starke .$300 many is it a period of miserable use Dr. King's New Discovery for

i pneumonia. ." For sa'e days getting'down' Mrs.] Georgia Laker. One lot : suffering! These periods maybe Consumption, which completely
1\ by 120 ft nand s, 52% ft e and N'I\I I made and cured me. I would not be without nIt
't, "No family can afford to be J. L. Gaskin Druggist- bounded e by land of \\'. R.G'is I perfectly painless even if it cost $5.00 a bottle. (;!
:Minute Cure. G.F.P. GetstIe's
without One Cough regular by using (
Dangers of the Grip. : on, s by land of1: rs.ViJey, j I Hundreds have used it on my recommendation I i'
1, It and a ,
will cure {
stop a cough Female Panacea).
n by Hoyt estate, in Starke. $2.85 ;i and all say it never : !
cold quicker than any other medicine The greatest dinner from la Mary E: lfarkleE half of b k Too much cannot be. laid for your worthy remedy far fails to cure throat, chest and lung !i
writes C.V Williams, grippe is of its resulting in pneu- temal.lrregularlue. .A.I. result w have itronff
I in Gaskins' addition to the town healthy.mother who weigh 84 pound and a fly.month troubles. Regular size soc and ; t
Sterling Run. Pa. It cures croup, monia. If reasonable care is used, old boy who weigh n pound. The mother i* a very I .
of ------------------$1 85 $i oo. Trial bottles free at J. L. i
mill woman but In itrong and hearty and he claimithat :
bronchitis and ail throat and lung I however, and Chamberlain's Cough I' J 'hn H Powell. Fractional lot O.F.P.did it all.a>all other remedies had failed.W. I f II Gaskins drug store. t
", taken all danger will be .H.NILIOV,ITIn.Mont Eagle,(Tenn.)Seminary.
t 'a troubles and prevents consumption. Remedy A, blk 43 in Truby, Livingston & ..---.............................._._-- ,, ,S1
..' Pleasant and harmess.! J. L avoided. Among the tens of Co's addition to Starke. $2 go I If your cane Is not fully covered by our IRE 1001 '
Gaskins. thousands who hive used l this j JHEALTHY. MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES." i FOR SALE. J
I Thomas Padgett estate. One { Writ in confidence for free advice to S .
r 1>remedy for la grippe, we have yet 1| acre bounded ne by lands of Dr. : LADIES HEALTH CLUB eare L...tier.LL.AC.., ; ";'.,

If troubled with rheumatism to learn of a single case havisg resulted Tate Powell, s by lands of J. C, e............tbatta..eg.Te.-..-...................__. I Thirty Acres, being the west '1

give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a.rsal I in pneumonia which shows Richard, in Starke. $3 401 I I i PRICE '1.00 A BOTTLE. half of the northwest quarter of :.
.': 1 It will m-t cost you a cent conclusively this remedy is a If your druggist doe not handle O.T.P. ask hla to the northeast quarter and east A ,
I i Commencing ft I
Unknown. send
lend for it otherwise J your order and 11.00 and
.'f.. : if it does no g,od. One applica-j j certain preventive of that dangerous of cor of blk 10, according to w.will supply you direct I quarter of the northeast quarter of r

\: i tion will re'ieve the pain It also ] disease It will cure la grippein e plat' ;ne the said point being 1 on line of L.GER8TLE A CO.,_Chattanooga,T.... the northwest quarter of sectionii kt
:. I cures sprains and bruises in one-j i it. less time than other treat- in south : o't.
any cont nuation of Jackson st, 52' ft Wm. former citizen of townspip 7 range 21 $/;; !
: Jones a
: third the time required by other'iI : ment. It is pleasant and safe to east of the Tallahassee meridian, ;
.i frostbites, i e, n 52'2 ft. w 105 ft, s 105 f' tr !: Starke, but now of Ocala, was :{ '
treatment burns For sale L. Gaskins
I ; cuts, take. by J. .
; the side and place of beg, in Starke $3.00 here the first part of the week on \ For $300, on easy terms. ..." /,..
t ri' : quinsey, pains in ; druggist. i Unknown. Lots A, B, C, D j i a visit to his mother, Mrs!Amanda :; .:..'. ,J'1'f.
swell- .
: 1 and other ; .
; Behest, glandular .
, r H. A Farmer left Tuesday for and F, blk 2, Wvnn's additionto Jones. He returned to.Ocala i i Write owner. .. -., ,
tk. ]Ugj are quickly cured by applying ;! the town of Starke $1 15 and 1 t"
work of Tuesday was accompanied by :
,filt. ;jt;, Every bottle warrante d. 25 ;;; La' rosse to begin the I W. E. Hamnett } ;
cents, For sale by J. L.paskins. constructing the new depot for the J. his younger brother, Jack,. who .; ; r
; 50
j" I.rt"' A. S. R. & G. at that place. Marsh and Collector.: I If I wi 1 hereafter live at Ocala. 3a. Fourth Avrnae,Ptttsburz.P.. :'.. ; 7'
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; Hunter? Rev. 1. \v.Kickliter'is just rt t
t f ._ r: re You. a Bargain. :covering from an accident thai 0 .,Newsy Gossip From. that TkrfriajTown. !1f-. ", l'

might easily have proven fatal
;-' ft-1 "'. Z- / By Oar Jtefsitr CorrapoadevC ,t'
About a week ago he was driving >
< If. this is the store looking home some cattle.! In the bunch Mrs. D. M. Gornto and little 'i
t. are
i ; so i
&;< :: you there was a refractory yearling I daughter, Ruby, wrhowerc:visiting: "" f"'1
as there nearly always is-and Mr i[friends add relatives! here last J .1

r .:,:!:,'. ".for._ 'lam overstocked and must give Kic liter was giving chase to the week left Moncay morning* ,for ;" ,:,i f'
provoking little beast, when his their home in Starke. r
':: sales. horse dashed under a dothes wireat C.C: Odom and wife, of Pnm- -,
laslrifco to
I pxr:r ..:the : prices to add speed the side of a neighbor's yard. deuce,' passed through our town :.;.. ;r

The wire caught Mr. Kickliter full Saturday morning oh their way to

L 1> This is the season's greatest: opportunity in the breast and threw him back Starke. They were taking their 4 I
ward with uch violence that his little boy id Dr. Stewart to have a :

: back was painfully bruised by the pinder sbfcil taken",from his throat. &,
; { .: :to get bargains in: Shoes, Clothing, Hats high saddle. He sat his horse G. W: Clyatt and daughter Miss" .or
," and the wire passed over his chest Maggie. were welcome guests of j'

1 i ?:and Men's Furnishings and ,you make and neck, leaving painful bruises friends in:town Saturday.Dennis' .fr.; ..
... ... .- in its wake. Kdlum, of Jacksonville, '
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!{ =; :;:i'iB:" .costly mistake If .you .fail to come now. but finds consolation in the J. \Y KeUrtrn, of New River. ._
.'r"1f _. _, .. ... ,,. fact that he got the mischievous The strvicer the Baptist ( ,
r 5 *i* ...- V yearling home just the same. church Saturday and Sunday,,by 'y.
%#, :- ,. Sh...,. Hats.An "Clothing. Rev. R. F.,Rogers, were unt1SUi -'- ;
Is -' ,, Fell From Depot Platform.R. ly interesting and well attended. '

=W,__on Bros. Negligee shirts unequaled line. Nothing Suits all sizes-slims, stouts and C. Miles, the affable representative R. L. Sparkman and wife have ;"

anysize OP color,color guaranteed," better anywhere, not many so .regulars-in weights and shadesto of G. Furman&Co ,who is both been absent with sick 'relatives '.
I here after the interests of for s-everal days
& suit, all on the bargain counter looking .
; S4r *trbm'65,cents up. g- his house during the strawberryseason Miss Jessie O'Quran and. Miss: -gtJ
' 'P< W Imperial Soft'' ,Bossoms, tiro Knox Shape and Split Straw Will save you 50 per cent. on every happened to a painful accident Godwin and brother cf Brooker;" ,

- r ? collars, two pairs cuffs, quality latest style, from 50_cents up. suit and guarantee as good fit as Wednesday night. Mr. were in turn Saturday morning f-

? unequaled, from 50 teats upw Other Straws, nice shapes and any tailor in the country can give Miles was at the depot and startedto Hardy Dowling and wife attended f-- ,

,**'* Imperial Silk 'Bossoms* extra good quality 10 cents and up. go over to the hoteL The ni,ht the Keley-Dowltng! marnage1- "
' 4 ? you.Men's vras an exceeding dark one and Sunday and whLe here visited J. :
f gq cents An unmatchable, line of Fur Clays, ranging in price y
*> ojaBty'from 50 cp, ? in leaving the depot Mr. Milesmissed B. Dowlm .
} i ? 'set' ,:_ Hats at prices that defy competition. from $2 50 to ate for full suit. his footing, falling head Nothing further has come to ::1' '

% ? .*? Extra quality blue and black long from the high platform to the fight about the Knight murderT. ,

: jLJnderwear.i This department also includes Corded Worsteds, fall! suit, $i..50I railroad track below. He received: P. Odom now carries the f.

?: .- bats and caps for boys, any size I and up.IYoutlis'. very paintul bruises, and sufferedso Lake Batler'billy'! in place of E. .;
iv "'H ftey-fomb, best mstde most and quality, of cloth, straw and much as to make it necessary A. Richardson, resigned Mr. '< ,

rf"> 'o ortable-t summer, full suits felt All) at remarkably low prices. Clothing. to summon a physician. Dr. Odom is oae of our most substant
: tSwiaai Colson'was called and found thatno tial citizens;;; he will make a good
oi', Snits, gcod enough for anybody, very serious injury had ensued officer and wilt not scruple to carry i '
.; ,;gti lit r, : ,Shoes. ,;: $2,25Something better at a from the fall, and thinks Mr. Miles out the municipal laws to the ,W

if, I will soon be all right again.. letter. .
advance -
@ Largest stock ever handled in sligth
t W. Y. Mangum is suffering with
>xt"* Slarkc rjrBiliwi Douglass,.J. Eighty-five cents will buy a Wreck on the F. C. & P. cold and is spending the week I II

i ?fe K::. .tt rigl ta Thay .-,. e good. serviceable boy's suit. Other Meagre details of a disastrous with his wife at the Croft house.

5V't'Tf>j *5., "-* iflrtniscaoney aadotlia standard, i'aakes fir 1i t for a little more money. wreck on the F. C. & P. railway, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Odom gave {:

Women, Misses/"Boys- and ,Chfl- FtuTEne. of Knee Pants, any near Orange Heights, have been the young people an Eastereggpart

dren. size, any quality:any.price.. received here } last Saturday night which ':i
...... _3P.? w ---- The express train due here was greatly enjoyed by all whoattended. .;
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i ; .i'i'J: : -'.. -.- .. -- about dock fell '.
,:" .:tf<<$ ;.j .. : .: -, 10 p. m. :
: trestle that had been undermined John Wells ts,filling op his store
L : is filled with *
:. e 19 chof store space goods by the heavy rains Wednesday with goods and will soon be ready ::

ni;ht. Engineer Ben Green: for cnsto:Aer& ;'.

! fi; ,p:; every piece of goods is a bargain. and his fireman were instantly K.BJLLEY-DO G. .

,\- :d",:'it'.:"f'!''" ;.r'...B-"..'...".....' n..t" ,<. freight killed. cars The were engine totally!!and' wrecked severa At the'res1dence' Judge J. R."Uirkard i
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f'J,, .,1''' ... "<1t So far as could be learned none Sunday,April 15th at 'to
..J. w-40 erg tdf.. i: .was solemnized most r
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{ / of the the
J. M. ALVAREZ. passengers on train; it*
: -.: fJ1; ; beautiful wedding;:Jnswhich Mr. ,
t4. !;,." "''"'-r.; .. i.i : I I were injured. James Kelley, of Marke, and Miss t
:.rir J r.-::;"
.r; -- I I After What? Fannie Dowling of LaT a Butler, '
LaQrippe- ;
':"( toL !' Styles and prices correct at J. ; Heavy Rains. were the principals Surrounded '
, HAPPENINGS. !I I Usually a racking cough anda fear invited
by a
: guests
_. j I W. Hodges: II t I The heaviest rains to visit th's' general feeling of weakness: Richard pronounced the sacred :
N. 1 I section in came down Wednesday -
;.- Summer clothing just arrived at The young people will indulge afternoon years and Foiey's Honey and Tar is guaran words which made them huabana i
W. 1 in a dance; at the house this night teed to cure the "grippe cough"and and vrife after
: J. Hodges' opera Heavy showers fell during the af make acd Shortly the cereJ.
Dr.N. W. Francis is recuperating -I; evening. -,- --- tern)", a'd from 6 o'clock until Gaskins you strong J mony the happy couple left for ,
at Ormond.t i Miss! Minnie Wynn, of Harnp-- <:.after 12 the downpour was almost t Starke, where the groom had previously j
Death of"m. fitted a handsome home
t ton, IS a guest of her sister, Mrs. continuous. The entire town was Mitchell. up -
, B. Smith, Butternut, Mich. F. A. Scott, of this city. i submerged and in the lower parts The TELEGRAPH is in receipt of tor the reception of his bride. The
:, says. "DeWitt's Little Early I i the water was still -tandingThurs-! news of the death of Mr. \Vrn. happy pair have the best wishes .
';, Risers are the very best piils; I'r I Complete line of negligee shirts day morning, making matters un- :Mitchell, which occurred at Mountain '' of their many friends for a prosperous 4

..3", ever used for costiveness. liver and at J. \\. Hodges'. ;,I comfortable for pedestrians. I Grove, Mo, April 12th. The: bnssful: wedded lite. -t 1.
::;"' bowel troubles" J. L. Gaskins.Gents' I Aliigatlr creek -as swollen by deceased was born at Methlich, \
: : j Noted ia Town.
I JA'Hughes. I Ilea er
Rev. 'former
...:J. 0' a ]1[ the flood beyond all!! previous high- Aberdeenshire, Scotland! in the
summer underwear at J.W. ; citizen of Starke stopped over ;:: The greatest healer of modern
'. water marks and lacked only year 1826, and was in his 74th
Hodges. i here Saturday last.while en route j j 1 j i eight feet of covering the railway year. He had lived for a long time: j times is Banner Salve, for cuts,

Mr. and Mrs C. C. Odom, of ':to his home at Titusville trestle. The water could be plainly in America and was a citizen of I wounds, sores:: piles and all skin',-

Providence, were guests of Col. I I j Dr. Stewart, special agent of the seen from the station.It Starke a number of years. He diseases It is guaranteed. J.i \\f'
I is feared that the rains have moved with his wife Mountain Gaskins. ..,.: ..
and Mrs. W. T. Weeks, of this State Board of Health, returned to -..
.. city, last Sunday.- I home Thursday after a tour ot in- damaged the strawberry crop to Grove about one year ago. -
spection to Green Cove Springs, some extent and the Irish potato Mr. Mitchell bad a wide circle of
, .. The Furber shoes have arrived Daytona and other towns crop is almost certain to be dimin friends here who will be pained to I. i
:: Y at J. W. Hodges. j ished. Reports are numerous learn of his death. COFFINS,
Contractor Wm. Lake is finish about the drowning of young
r ', .. .. La gnupc, coughs often continue I ing a cottage on Cherry street for chickens, and many youn, pigsare Preventionbetter CASKETS
k; for months and sometimes leads to F. H Hoilingsworth. Mr. Holjlmgsworth -[ aso!! believed to have perishedA.
.;,: ./. fatal results after the patient is II will trade the cottage I than cure. Tutt's Liver and a foil line of
supposed to have passed the dan !! for lots in Tbomasvil'e and it will : R Bass of Morgantown, Ind Pills will not only cure, but if. UNDERTAKERS .
; point. Foiey's l Honey and had to get up ten or twelve timesin -
ger be Miss Emma Strick-
; : occupied by : taken in time will SUPPLIFSL
the and had back- prevent;
rt; : :: Tar affords positive protection and f land and mother. night severe
, -; security from these coughs. J. L, I ___ I ache and pains in the kidneys Sick Headache hand. ,
> Always on The bestservice ,
": : G askIns.' Otto Korb, Grand Chancellor, Was cured by Foley's Kidney ,
,.. K. P., Boonville, Ind., says, "De. Cure. It is guaranteed. J. L. dyspepsia,biliousness malaria, at the lowest

:-.- S. D. Moorr, of Thomasville. \\'itfsVitch Hazel Salve soothes ]: Gaskins constipation, jaundice torpid prices.

'. Ga and Geo. Moore, of Jacksonville the most stubborn ulcer with certain -!i Mrs J. \\'. Hodges and children liver and kindred diseases.TUTr'S SpeeUi taxation toTetegnpb Orders"4G. >
:,_:. ) are here on account of the., and good results." Cures I
visited friends in Jacksonville dur- '
: illness of their mother, Mrs. W. titles and skin diseases. Don't Liver PILLS C. LIVINGSTON s
I ing the week, returning home
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Moore.ree buy I an imitation. J. L. Gaskin 1 urdai.; ABSOLUTELY CURE. -

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..';T To get business, i I Dress Goods I Skirts and I Notions and Choice

t. j I \Ve are showing some I Waists 1 S
: : That's what we are here noes.

for. How to get more of it, i lovely pieces of Summer ;, Our line of Notions Family

., is the question ever before I Dress Goods-plain and \Y e have a pretty line of con- t
sists of the latest noveltiesin

;r;. 41 .* us. We have found but one I figured Lawns Organdies, ladies Summer Skirts and Lad'es' Belts, Buckles Groceries, .

-1. 4 .'' way. That is by giving the l Swiss, Silk Ginghams Shirt \Vaists.Vhite, Handkerchiefs,, Hose, In Groceries we always F

.i- ? A lowest very best prices goods; and at ,the treating vervi* I i Madras, Silk Cha brays I I i' light and dark blue Duck, Ties Underwear,etc, and endeavor to gany,a

etc. You should call Sand white figure, crash and Gentlemen's Belts, Socks stock, of
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--cJrAU everybody right.. I .
"F / -;1' r always pleasedrvtoJiave; you j examine our stock. The covert-cloth Skirts from Underwear, Collars, Ties' gools, and the: i

>(.. f"- examine our sS ether' goods will suit you and 75C up. Shirt Waists Shirts, etc. Inspect our: our business' a' ''iin'r.

I f fI the prices.are right. from SOC up. line of Shoes- and get our 1 J is i roof;tlaLo: -r'. $orts- >v.areappyec

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