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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: June 8, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:00402
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HEWITT BROTHERS CONVICTED. V. B. HAYNES N. J. JONES :1
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s Dick and Lum for Murder In Second
@ Moss I !
Degree as Accessor.

f @ @ The famous Hewitt case has at I. Early buyingmeans 1 :
't last been decided so far as the

These 1 @ circuit court is concerned. The
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jury empanelled at Jacksonvillefor t :
@ @ I the third trial; of the! case returned -
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forthemselves : a vtrdict.last Friday morn-
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@ @ ing, finding Dick and Lum guiltyof Long satisfaction. :

murder in the second ,
degreeand i
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Muss as accessor before the ,
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f fact. 1 l he Times-Union and Citi-
@ @ zen of Saturday contained the following Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sum- i
Beautiful Scotch Lawns inches
@ 27 @ account of the closing mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than
wide, only 5 cents per yard. scenes in this famous case:
'. 0 @ After three trials and an attemptto usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowdingthe
t. E t Delhaven Dimity, ioc per yard.
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secure a jury in another, a decision .
$ @ Merrimac Shirting, 5 cents per yard'@ was reached yesterday morn- season.
ing in the case of Moss Hewitt,
, :;t @ 'M "?,"% -abargain not procurable elsewhere. @ Lum Hewitt and Dick Hewitt, CO/viE., LOOK AT THESE. THEY'LL ," Y

::1 @ "Three-quarter Bleeching only 5.cents @ who were charged with the murderof -

u their brother-in-law, J. T Johnson PLEASE YOU : ;,
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; @: per yard. @ of Bradford county, nearlytwo i

years ago. The jury, after a Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. ,
: .@ @ trial of two days and consideringthe

; .i If want PK. evidence tor one whole night, OrgandiesEvery style and kind. [ :
@ you "
! i. @ came into the circuit court yester-- l'

r : @ @ day morning with the following DimitiesWhite and Figured.

r j j @ you want the latest styles i in that popular @ verdict"We,: the jury, find the defendants Dotted SwissWhite and Colored. .. .

"' ( fabric, and this store offers the up-to-date Dick Hewitt and Lum Hew- Dotted White Lawns. :

: itt, gu Ity of murder the second .
ideas. .
Our PK. trimmings are a novelty, { .
degree; and we further find the and Nainsooks. .
Piques _
@ too, that must not be ignored. by correct @ .1 defendant; ,,Moss Hewitt, guilty of '. j

\ dressers. '- ':'" *'-" telonio.lsly.aiJd! maliciously inciting Linen LawnsBlack and Figured. ,i' ft\. .. '
@ ,- -t.., ;>;... @i procuring and counseling the ', :, .. ,
.. 11'I., said Dick Hewitt and Lum Hewitt Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. 1- :i i
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the said crime to ao and commit. ;

@ J @ "R. MASTER' Foreman Dress CrashLarge quantity, from 8c to 25C per,}yd. ;
When the circuit court convened
HEADQUARTMFOR. Y BELTS yesterday morning there was an Percales__Every piece a beauty. : : 1 r
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unusually large gathering of law-

AND COLLARS THE LATEST yers partly,and no doubt spectators, from in the the fact room that Prices Will Help You to "J

r @ @ t'om Hammond was'to be arraigned ;

for the murder of the Roberts .
@ NOVELTIES @ family in this county, on February Economize.-

..G @ @ 13th, but it appeared that the
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@ @- that was about to be concluded '
with the announcement of the mE :! D. Mm CO. i

G AL'V AREZ. jury's decision Prior 10 the arraignment : ;
\ ; .. of Hammond the jury : ., .
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in the Hewitt case sent word into : ,; <

:;, t t t t t t t t t court that it' had reached a decis ,! "
ttt ttttttt i! ion. The sheriff was directed to .I.Ir i"I 1
notify the jury to its ver- ,. A FULL .:
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call of the court.RECEIVING .

THE DECISION. LINE OF
INSURANCE. .
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When the arraignment of sev- .
eral prisoners had been.cpmpleted, S 4f.
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rhe sheriff conducted the jury into / ? / i

J. R. DAVIS <& CON the court room. There was a ,1 GROCERIES, ': .
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thrill of expectancy in the room as TINWARE,
the twelve men filed into the room, .w.. ?

STARKE. = = = FLA. bearing with them the decision : HARDWARE,
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that meant life 'or death to thn e \ .
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men Those who seemed least
K.t .1. concerned of all in the room were GLASSWARE,

;:t'., (f9 the prisoners themselves, with tht PAINTS, t. ,
.vvW ESTATE OF possible exception of Dick Hewitt, \.
who seemed to realize the solemnity New Arrivals. OILS, r
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W of the moment, even more than -
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:/. i J. L. GASKINS did hrs brothers. As the slip of Its not extravgance to buy CORN, \ ; '
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paper bearing the verdict was the best; it is economy.

,.:p: i STARKE, Fla. x.N handed by the sheriff to the c erk We're sure you'll find our OATS, \ irr ;, 4
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," and by him to the judge a slight
.ell' f'.tCVi
\ \ Butter the sweetest
Dealer In \! shiver shook his frame, and his our Eggs HAY, {

): / face took on a paler hue Lum, the the freshest and our Vegetables -

H) DRUGS flEDICINES brother with the weaker face and the choicest. I COFFINS, 1/1','

..' ,, $ protruding lips, never changed his We do not, claim a mono- fr
.'.,., r lounging attItude. and Moss turn- CASKETS and ...
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oall but :
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ed his face toward the bench with. '
;: a a do guarantee that what we UNDERTAkERS' S.C
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out manifesting a sign fcof interestin \ r
DRUG b
SUNDRIES
( ) the proceedings that had so have is good. '

I Ww deep meaning for him. 0. C. LIVINGSTON. C. LIVINGSTON. ,
( } Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumery After scanning the written ,
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words for a moment Judge Call ._, % .} ,
(619 1 and Hair and "r .
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; : ,Fancy Soaps returned the to the clerk, .' 11.4.:
a paper Children's Day.Children's Quick Relief for Asthma. \ ",., ;:
Tooth Brushes Rubber Goods with directions that it should be ,, :'
Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons j
Day will be observedat ff
read. Every lawyer in the court
; a Specialty. room leaned forward to catch the the Baptist church next Sundayat Kans., writes: "I- suffered eight''" %, ,-pt} .

. I words. The verdict seemed to 3 o'clock p. m. A concert appropriate years with asthma in its worst "'. ::+
t ; FINE C GARS.f' please the prisoners, who' may to the occasicn will be.form. I had several attacks dur- -Jft l :!:'
& have expected the verdict that renderec by the children of the ing the last year and was not ex- 2t5.rpected '
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: .GARDEN[ !. AND would have meant death. >.They Sunday school and promises to be to live through-them. I :, 'yb>ar:
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/, W FLOWER SEEDS. received the words wftb/Vevident very entertaining. Mesdames began using Foley's Honey and ,'lJ ';;ft .. '

g. ..' ;j Gf satisfaction, the color coming bzyck. Armstrong, Hercules and other Tar, and it has never" failed to give S

v :' Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and II to Dick Hewitt's face, while the ladies are working diligently to immediate-relief.- ---J.-L.- Gaskins. }
I make the occasion a memorable
-: t' prompt attention given to CompoundingPhysicians' ,others simply moved to change W. A. Hutson has sold his interest f
one. ;
t; i l their positions and rearranged ____ in the Metropolitan Pharmacy ,
N : Prescriptions, day or night. I themselves in their chaiis, until d to his partner, 'Dr. ,,Nelson ;p:

1 i they were returned to the jail by Cheap Insurance. W. Francis, who will continue the._

the sheriff. Sentence was not Many a man has been insured business at the,present stand. 'Dr':. :;

-. --- ,passed, nor did; the attorneys for agajiist ;Brignt's disease, diabetes, Francis has a -well selected: stocky' *-'

", I.the defense mo'ye for a new trial, or other. dangerous Ailment by a |,of drugs, and is prepared to'gve't!
FOR .STYLISH JOB PRINTING C ME TO nor for an appeal to the higher fifty; ten,bottle"Foley's Kidney bis customers first-class.seryiceln,./; 'tl r

THIS OFFICE Cure./ J. Li- .Gaskins. the line of drugs and medicines.-,-' ,.
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;::. a OFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.PuollsheciVeryr NOTICE OF TAX SALE. :; .: 1Owurr I IF '


.rlday at VTOTICE (a hereby given that the following described property will be sold at public auction on De1Crlptl1I of land ti: g
JN THE 2D DAY OF JULY 19HO. at Starke ir> the county of Bradford State or so = .=Ie .

.w, tjTARKE.3RADFORDCOUNTY.FLA much thereof will be necessary to pay the'amount due.for taxes herein set opposite to the --Q I: !:I> t
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Rnteredin thePostOffic*' at Starke Fla Sec.t Z >4 Chas II Thompson t 5 22 IGOeoTonc.htooe. 2
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ond-clas Matter. o. Fri .. k Go .. .... ... ........... north third of rast 'hrt'.qJart..1'Iran ., ,
<;; F ugpr. ot aWXof n-3/,, .. .... ......... s 2: 10 655' ;.

Starke, Fin.. June S. 1OOO. Owner. Description.. of Land. :. .-c=: W .08 gor .-:: BHAlden_._...... .... ... .... south quarters one-hl of nw."of of east DP3j. three.. ... no..... 5 .....}- 10 1F! 'k..r

; !! Ii o ev. .. .... lot 10tnd lute 1'. y, anti 3, block 1
.2 Samuel White.... .. ..... .... 23 a ''.''. 9
M 3 a .. 9. town of Lawttoy... at. CJ ,
... .' ."' .. .. Q 0" c. a .. ..... . ....... 2J 5 :l. 40 10114V'
< . .. .. IIw 1of8w\
r Eo < '.J ::hIJ"lman.. .. .... ...... .. ZJ S 22 41) 81x4Geo
It is only ten days now until the J Shipman g.iardlao.. ... ... sw34 ofnw.l& ..... .

! Post........ ... ....... 1- acres on hake "' 111".140'" avenue .... i
state democratic convention will Chas Roberts &: Co . . ... nwX 0' nw3.' .... .. ... .... .. .. 20
lWbt-rL'\ &: ('o.-...... nwX of nw", 0.. .... .. .... 2:3 4 19 40 97r' .. .. . .,. .. ... .... .. swX of nwy4 ofD"2'l' 10 fi4MrsEPShipman.
meet in Jacksonville. That city is Brown, tru llee. ... .. .. .... s'otseX .... .. .. .. .. .. ... 21 4 19 tlO 149F ; ... ...... ....Iotsl and2 io hAt ),1.Ckl. town '" '.'.'..'.
Q Brown, tru"l.t'er. .. .. ... neJ and t'X of nwX and IIX of I of Lawtey.... .... .. ... ... 2:3 01. 4501V
preparing to entertain the conven- .... .... .. ..... . 25 4 19' 320 4 91 J Shlpman.... .. .. .. .. .... ... .. and !10L'4 .. 2, 3. and -I ''
Unknown .... .............. ..... sells.... .... ... .. .... r. 4 19 11',0 2 50' blockl5 1 town nl I.a wter. .... Zi !5 22 I' O'tJWCPpt
tion ih. .'royal style. Jacksonville Chas ltohl'ns&: Co... .......... ....IIX.... ... ...... . ... .... .... .... :h 4 19 3.m 4 41FQLrown rs. .. .... . nt'J of nw34 of se4.... . ....... 2 5 22 10 1 24'A
tru't..t' ...... ... nof nwJ and sw3j of 8W.. 31 4 19 30 j 184: Cannon . .... .... ...... $cX of say .... .... ...... .. 0 5 2': 40 3C1 ,
,r,. does not'do things by halves. F Q Brown. trtINtt'l' .. ..... .... st'H of s'J 4' ..... ... ..... .... .... 8l 4 19 40 97 Unknown. ............ .. ... ...... 8 X ofilt''' ;. .. .. . .... .... 3 8 18 40 131
Chas Roherts &: ('0. .. .. .... nwJ( ofnwJ( ..... .... .. ............ i:3: 4 11 40 116 B HalJ.... .... ......... .. ... .... sw3infne5/ "" '' ..... ". 5 6 18 40 131B
Fla lommereiall'o .... .... .... nX ot ne34 and sw3j I'f nrX and sx of self ... . .. .... IS JI'4 10 t':8
;t The steady decrease in the size "X ofnwJ and n'J( of !lW .t... 33 4 19 240 3 87 VineyA Unknown..... .... .... ...... 8eXof nw.l&..... ........... .... M 6 18 40 I a%
> Chas Roberts S: Co.. .. .. .. ... .. nwfy ur nwX ... .... .... 34 4 19 40 97FiaCcmmereialCo. Wo Ttson... ... .... ........ ... 1IIt: of sey4 ... ... ..... ... .... 9 6 18 40 1tllneyAKoon.
of the tax sale advertisement in . .. .. .. ., nwX ofsw* and IX of sw34 and t .... ...... ... .... o Xofnw of8w. .. . .. .. .. 9 6 114 20SeboyJont'8. t
, ._ seX.......... .... .... . .. 2t 4 20 2W1 439 ...... .... ...... .... ... swX< of nw/... .. .. ... .. .. .. 12 6 11'4 41) 5tl
.- this county indicates an improvement 'l1all Hobt-rts &: ('0..... ...... .. .. all It. ..... .... ... ... . ...... 22 4 20 rolo 8 ';1FlaCulurnel'clal Chas Roberts &: fo.... ............ of IIw.I& .... .. . ... .. .... n: 6 114 40 InUoknown.
R Co.... . nX nt sw3j and nX of III"J( and ............ .... ......... s4- ot nw\.t.... .. .... ...... li 6 11'4 40 131Dr.fllen
in the financial condition oft lIt'iofst'J ..... ... .... .. .. ....27 4 20 600 855 Keath.... ........._ nl'J of n..k .... .. 14 6 Iii 40 3 81Unknown.
John !' Coffin .. .. ... ... eXofllel$ lnd foX or nwJ and .. .... ...... ne4orSt ...... .. ...... .. 1-1 G 18 40 13:
our people. The lands advertised sX of IIWJ ofnwJ and nwX ofnw'X Vlnl'Y A Kooo.... .. ..... .... nwHo' owl .... .. ............ ..... 16 IS Iii 40 217
and nX of lot 3 anluJlf of Unknown. .. ... ... ... ... !lW\4'1r"wJ\ ...... .... .:.21 6 18 40 1 sl v
! belong mostly to non-residents. lot 2. .... ... ... .. 34 4 20 400 568 Chas Robert &: Co.... .... .. .. nx of neX .... . . ....... .... 4 G 19 80 149
.$ ChalP.obt-rts&Cn ..... ... s3!_ ohots 1 end 3..... ..... ..... 34 4 20 6.1 1a-J Chas Roberts&Co.... ........... ....nxofseX.' .... ... ........-. 8 IS 19 80 149
John P Curtin..n . ..oXofsw and nit of lot4 ... 35 4 20 120 306 Unknown... .............. .... wx' of swl4....... .. ... .... 8' 6 19 W) 217Unknown.
Recent events have made it Chas Roberts &: 1:0. .... .... ..... neJ of NW'!"( ......... .... ... ...... 3S 4 rO! 40 96T ...... .. ..... .. ......... nl"Ji of DWt .... .. ..... .... .... 12 8 19 40 13::
T }' :.;: r. .. . ... .... sx of lot 4.... . .. ... .. .. 35 4 20 40 1 31Satn'tel Unkuown. .. .. .. .. ... .__ awl( ... ... . ..... I' 119 40 132
very plain that Judge Jennings A waDn., . .. .. ...... wX (>fnl'J( and..X of nw4 and Cba.IWbert8&Co..ow ofne3i., ..... ... .. 17EC3ark. g 40 96
i! !lw.l&ofliwJ .. .. ... .. .. .. .33 4 21 200 aM . ......... .... .. ...... rt'esthelt of west Lrarof neX of
will go into the state convention Vincent oI.t. .. ..... .... eX ofnt'J( and IIX of owJ and neX and two Jd.rl' 10 north
a 40hw.l& ......... ... .... 3:3 4 2J 200 390 ea4tcornrrolnw4 ofnl'- ..... 20 6 16 U 384

,' with following slightly stronger FQBrown.truitl'e. .. .... .. ..l'Xofnw and sw34t.f nw34. .... 19 4 22 1: ) 201J ElllworUl Trust Co..... ... ...... ntvX nflk'.I& .. .. .... ... .. l5 6 1Y 4" Yo
II Betuett...... .. .. . . 8t'1l of 8WJ( .... ...... .. ... M 4 2"l 40 815J.huUR4.1olar. Chas Roberts & Co .. ........ of n..J ._....... ..\......... 2t\ 6 J9 40 96
than that of of his ..... .... .. .... 8X otoe .. ............... .... .... 36 4 22 83 399Unkiicwn. : .................. seyj of and "rJ ofewX .... 27 6 19 $IJ 514
any opponentsin .. ........... ... ... .. .. .. .. wxof uw.l& .. .. .... .. .. ...... 3 5 IS 110 217 U Unknown JScarborough. ......... ... ... .... n.4 0'If neY nw .. .. . ......... ... 31 6 19 80 218 .
the gubernatorial race. Who ..._.. ... .. ................. nw.l& of ne}' and neJ of nwX.. .. If 5 18 80 216 .... .... .... .... .... .... .. lot 10 town ut Worthington .
' .. .. . ...... .. ... .. .... sWX of ne3 ..... .. ... .... 11 5 18 40 131 J J tox one Jt) feet north and south and 'I
will emerge from the convention Chu.s Roberts &: Co. ..... : ..... sX of nwX Ioml ne.l& of swX and : feet east and Wt'8t........... 218. :
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.. sw34..f swy .......... ... ....... 14 5 lR 160 1 83 .... ..... .......... of Ik'Iod\ 11".1 or IW.I&
the victor is still problematical. Unknown. .... ...... ..... ..... IIW.l& ofsw.l& _.._... ... .. .. .. 5 18 40 I.ouls Clemons. nw" of ......... ; 6 1\1 100 881 ::
.' .. ...... .. .. .... ... .... nw34 ofnw.l( ..... .... .. 15 5 Iii 40 07 FBSmlth... ..... ...... .... .. .. nil and of nX swX of nw3 se,,of sw34. ...... ...... 3.2 6 00 20 b8 ,
w ... ... .. .... ... .... .... .... ...... Ii' 5 18 30 132
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e3.4ofnrxofneX Unknown........ .......... .. ...lI.-"ofll.. i .... ... ...... ... 2 6 20 fo4O 218.3 !
The Metropolis Jacksonville'senterprising Chas Roberts &: lo.. .. .. .... nw.lof8t'"J' 5 18 40 !)6l'ha"ot..rt .. .... .. ... ... .. .... .. "-'. c.t swy..r .. . 2 6 20 fQ 1 III '. i
> &: Co... .... .. net( of rw 4 and ew34 ofsw4..26 5 18 80 In rts&CO...._...... .... of ..... . .. ... IS ID 40 r.
(IIIUI LoIwrfs&Co.... .. ..... .. ow.oflt'J ..... .. .. ...... .. .... M 5 lit 40 96 ChasRob ney nt'X. -- 4 .
afternoon is Chas Roberts &: Co.... ... ..... nx of lot 1.... .... .. .......... IS 6 ID 4() 111 .
paper, Chas Roherts&: Co. .. .... .... .. .. se3j of !lwJ except jO acres on John l'offln.... .... ............ south halfof lot 3 DJ IoU .. 1 6 20 10 201
making preparations to make the we..t tide, and sw34 of sr3j and Unknown....... ..........lIorth half of south half of lot 1
se3j of seX except 10 acres In 10.... .... .......... .... ...... .... 1 6 20 20 11"
visit of the SW corner... .... .. .. .... ... .. 85 5 111 lee 291Cnknown .. .. ............... ... .... .... ....... .... 6 20 131
men to r hestate's .IIeJ or sell 8 40 J
newspaper .. .. ... .. .. .... .. 36 5 1s 40 97Fppiu
.. .. swXof IIw.I( ......... ... .. .... ..:: .. ..... 218
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: er &: Russell. .. .... . .... wIt or ne31. .. ..0. ... .... ..... .. I 5 19 80 149 seX orne" and sell sw34. .... 10 BB 149 '>
metropolis during the state (.laa..HolJt'rlii8.Co. ... .. ...... .c3'! ofnw.l& ..... .... .... .... I 5. 19 40 96Chav haIlRoberts&CO..De.lofnw y and* ornw" 20 6 21) JO .
Uukuown... .... .... ..... Dt'J of nrX .... .. .... 0" 20 6 2IJ 40 1 32
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Roberts &: Co nwl nw34
convention a pleasant one. The Marshal Frazler.... .... _.._ .. lot S block 11 10 town of New
.w 4 and swX of southwest River ... .... .... .......... 118WIDeaver. .
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Metropolis is one of Jacksonville' .. ... quarter 3 40 .... ..... ............ Jots ]. 4 and 5bloek 29 town of
... .... .. set Ofll' .... .... .. ........ 5 III 9'j' 231 f
.. .. ... ... .... se5 40' nwX........ .. . .... ... 4 5 19. 40 96swf New River.. .... -.....
most public spirited enterprises. .. A WLane... .... ... ...... .....tots! 8 and 10, black 11 town of lY I!
.... ........ ..: ... .... or SeX and 80utheast X of .... 161 a
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---' It is a hummer from the word .. sw5 4''' '''' 40 Wm Tltos.. .. .... .... ... .........lat 4 block :t.S III tJwn of New '
go, ... ... .. ... . .. .. nW 4tnw.I& ... .. .. .. 5 5 19 149
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:o.1.J Colman..wlf" otse34 .... ... .... .. .. 6 5 ,19 40 a 07Unknown. a RIver. ... .
and richly deserves the success it northeast 34 o. neX und nX of 1M Hamage......._........ ; ... iota i and B block 9. lot 6 block 11

is tlw\ .. .... .... .... ..... 6 5 19 120 281 ;" lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 5, II, 8, 10 and 12
attaining. Chas Roberts. Co .... ............. tlwM of n4. .. ... ........ 1 5 III 40 U6 block 10 a.d lot 12: Wock 8l town
r + ,,t wi Unknown . ... . ... ....... ... southwest 1i of ne4 and ue4 of of'8ew River.- ._.... 673T
4 nwJ ..... .... .... .... ...7 5 19 80 247 P Caaon ...... ... ..............;.10t6 block 3=Jlo t"wo of New ..
The trustees of the Florida Conference .. .. .. . ... .. swJ of8wJ .... .... ... .... ... .. 8 5 19 40 9'j'' River............. .. ......... S 53w' '0
.. . .... .. ..,.. 1It' or tlwJ .... .... .... 10 5 19 40 9i H \Ioore............... ........ lot 11 block 10 and lot 1 bloc 11 .
I College, located at Lees- Chas Robeis&Co .... ..... ne44 of neX and west half of lot+ I. 7. 9. and II block 1 town ,
: neX and east half otnw.f and of New River.... . ..... 5:10 ..
burg, contemplate its removal. To 5w1j .... ........ .... ........... 13 5 19 360 5 72 Unknown... .... .... ....._.... lot 2. block 26 and I let .2& block ..
: Unknown. .. .. . ...... ... .. of seX...... ..... ... ... .. 14 5 19 40 97 New River....... .. .. ...... 15t :.
this end they invite bids from any north half of nw3j and seX' of .... .... .... .. ... .. lot 12 block 12 anil"tsL Band 1

r flw34.. .. .... .. ... . .... .... 22 Ii 19 120 665 10 block 25 and lots tI, JO 11
and all places that may desire it, John P Co11lu. ....:...:....... .. ... east half of ne34 and nwX of block 31. lotsI and l Wkck ..
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block 8 aod lot 5 block It
oeSt: and nEM of nwJ and
up to the meeting of the next an- soutb half of sw4 and nwX \04otsw.l& nod Iota 1. 3. 5.6>> and II block
anti IIw1i ors-4. ... ... z 5 20 3 O 551 11), lot 4 block 2-1. aU of block :5>> ,

nual conference, which will be held ChalHollt'rls&'o.; ... .... ... :sw 4 ofnw ;...... .. .. .... ... ... 5 20 40 96 town of New River ....... .. Ii 72
John PCoffin .... ... ..... .... all except t'ast thret'-qllurlel'R of ChaaRoberts&Co. ... ..... ....._. lot 4 and north l.alf of lots II
in the latter part of next Decem neX or ne34.. .. .. .. ... ........... 3 5 20 610 882 and 11..1 ... .. ...... .... 6 20 I iiI) 2 83F.1
; John P.lomn. .... ...... ...... nw.I of neX end north half Hazen.. ..... .... . ..... .. .. 10 acres In southwest corner of
ber. The college is in need of of owX and sw51 or nw.l&........ 4 5 20 160 283 8wJ of swX..... ... .. .. 83 6 20 10 118

John P Coftio.... ........__,... .... nX, and 0of s.-3, and nXof UDlrnown....._. ....._ ........... sw34 ,f ..e.l& ... .... ..... ... ..... 33 6 20 41) I 31nwX.
c funds, and therefore it behooves '.f sw34. .... ..._ ..... .. .. .. .... 5 fi 20 480 699 ......... .. ....... .. .. M 6 20 Jill) 5 ztivflvesterSterricks
Ch.sRohertH&Co.ots 1 and 2 and north half of ...... ... .. ... Iw ".. .... .... ..... ...... 34 6 20 lip) 53f
td the bidders to be as liberal 'as possible i' lot 8....... .. ..... .. ... ......... 6 5 20 200 336 Chas Roberts &: Co.. ...... .... nX ......._ .., .. ... ........ 2 6 21 821 565
John PConln...... .;.. ... .... .... south half of lots four and Chas Roberts &: Co .... a w.I&ofnw ....... . .. .... .. 1) 6 21 40 97
.. twelve ........ ... ... ......_.. 6 1\ 20 80 149 Chas Roberts&Co..8t". .............. ..... 6 2I 1110 25.1
i a'q .JohnPl'oftln.. .. .. .. . .... .... east half of nl'J and nw34 of T T Fh glen .. ... .... ... .... seX of..w4of ne.j.! ....... 9 6 :41 dM! ) 306 '
seX .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ..... 8 5 :3 120 231 LA Sawyer............. ....... 'ewj ur-"i........ .. .. .... 10 6 2I 40 chi
TME LAST CONVENTION. John Pcomn. ... ..... .. ....... ... eX of neX and nw33 of s44 Unknown.......... ......... .... n' Off..X.I ......... .. .. ...... 11 g 21 40 131
and ex ufswj( and ..w.l& of ... .. .. ... .. ...... .. e3G of sr3j. ......_ ... .... ... li 6 21 t40 218sw3T
swX ................... .... ... .... 9 Ii 20 2-1.1 417 .. .... ...... .. ....... of ow.l .... .. ......... 13 6 21 40 131 \
; The state democratic convention John P Coffin .. ... .. .. ... .... nw34 of nw.l& and swX of IIWW TT FlagtPr ......._..... ...... 8WJ of nwY.... ..... .... ........ J3 IS tl 40 1 rl
and sey and wX of sw3, arid TT Flintier .. .... .... .. .. .... nwX Ofnw .. ... ... 20 6 21 40 Ir.
to be held in Jacksonville nw.l& of IIf'J and sea; of neX Unknown.............. 8W4 of IW ; ... .............. 21 6 21 40 1 31
June and 1It'.I of nwX .. ... 10 Ii 440 ........ ........... .. owJ ofww..4 and 8W t( ofnw.l( .. 23 6 21 110 :l1
19th, will be the last of its kind in Chap R.bt>rt>l& Co. .. .. ... swX of nrX .... .... ....-....... 10 5 20 20 40 7 97- .. .... ...... ... ... .,. nof lot 2 or nw3'4 vf oeJ and
ofllw ........ ..... ...... 2-1 21 M 291
John l' Colflu. ..... ... . ... .... all except nwX of northwest s..Ji 6
Florida unless. the primary election .quarter.... ...... .......... .... .. 11 1\ 600 u .... .... ........ .....oeJ4 ofne3... . .. ........ ...- 24 6 21 40 261
John P como.... ... .... .... .. .. s3' of neW and t'liSt half of nw.I& 20 853 T T Flagler.... .... ............ .. oWi ofow.I& ...... ...... ... ....._ 2'1 6 21 40 97TTFlagler.
plan of nominating candidates and south half of swX of nw.l&a. ... ... ... ...... ....... nwJt of nw3j and 4.ohw.29\ 29 6 2I 110 14'1'
d south half.... ............... 12 5 20 50) T T Flaler... ..... ..... .... ... all.... ...... .......... .. ... 31 IS l1 663 IS ISTTFlagl
shall be found wanting. Amajority John P Cof ln.. ... .. .. .. ...... nw34 .. .... .... .... .... .. 1:3 5 20 160 755 r. .... .... ............ htU and n..I of nw.l& and wX
Albert Smith. . .. .. ... ... .. neX of se4........... .. ... ......... 14 5 40 25:1- (Ise', and ew34..._.... ......... 32 6 21 41:18: 124
ot the delegates to the conven ChasRoht-rts&'o.... ... ... .... w3 of..w" .... ... .... .. H 5 io t.o 149 DABlain.... ........ .... ........ lots 1.4. 13 14 ann Ji; block al ,
; John P Coftln.... ... ...... .. north hair of neM and se33 of Cumn InitS sub-division In Aa-
tion have been instructed vote .. neX aDd north bait of hW4 berry Oreen... ..... . ....... 2 6 22 191

and sw34 ofnwl!( .... .. .. ... .. 14 5 20 240 :\lrs.R HfnJr.... .. ... ..... .. .... block nineteen and pus forty 41x
for the abrogation of the conven- P Cnf ln... ....../ .... ...... all exceptswX of sw3j.... .... ... 15 1\ 20 600 41.John to sixty inclusive ud lots lit'
.. .. ... .... .... .... .... w34of nrX.. .. .... . ... .... 16 5 20 80 8 'll"nknown ; to 121 inclusive, block 20 and
tion and the substitution of the Johu P Coffin... .. .. .... ... ... ... west half of nw I ll and seX of seXandnorthltalfofswX..17 i 05 Iota 169 to 1113 inclusive and
5 960 lots 232 to 246 Inclusive Cummings ,
primary.: So far as the TELEGRAPHis Chas Roberts. Co... .. .. ....... lot six and north half or lot 20 336 subdivision ill Asberry
I'f'ven.... .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. lit 5 I/O 1'0: Green.... ...... .. . :i 6 22 312SHCummlnlV4.
concerned this turn in political John P CofHO ... ... ... .. .. .... lot 1. ...:.... .. .. .. .... .... .. 18 5 20 RO 2 81 4\1 .. ........ ..... .. ow 4 of sw34lesa 20 a.r-s.... .. l 6 22 00 5fj
Jamt's Clt'lt'onl jr ........... .. north half of lot 2...... ... ...... 19 5 20 40 t Chas oberts& Co. .. ...... oX of ne3q and ..wli of net
t affairs' suits us to a T. We have Chas O.bt'I'tS &: Cb... .... .... .... lot one.... ... .... .... ..... 19 5' 20 160 1 31 and east half of ow'4 and nwyof
' John lomll.: . .., ... .. ..... neX Ofll4lJ ... .... ... .. .. ... .. ;o) 5 00 40 151 swS4.... ... .... ...... 2 II 22 2RO 469
L, I. always advocated the, primary election John P Cutln. ...: .... . .: ': nw3a sod east half of seX ... .... 21 5 20 W !r.: Unknown... .. .. .... .. .. .....8t'.I& ot IIW II ...... . .... .... 2 6 22 40 97CFas
John P Coffin.... ... ... .. ... ... ne34. and swS4 of awg4 maid nil of 35 Roberts ... ..... 83-40{ seX of se34 and DWJ ofar
for the nomination. of all of seX and swX .. .. .. ..... ... 2" 5 20 220 east of rallrO& ..... ... 3 .6 22 54 2 04
John P comn. ... . .. ... .. north half of neX and IIWJ hnltI 629 Unknown... ...... ..... ........... nw", otseY.! ... ...... .. ....... 4 6 t2 41) 132Rufusitf
ficers. We believe the primary south half of seX and swX .. .. .. o' 5 20 480 Choate.... .... .. .... .... nw34.f nrX .... .... ..... 9 6 40 116
I I John PCofflu ......... .. .. 0" east half ofneX and .wof IId4 69'J Unknown.__ .... .............. .. nx of nw34 ofnw.l( ... "........ 9 g 2'J 20 ri
$ comes nearer than any other I and seX and rest h..1t or Hw34 .... .... .... ..... .... .... neX ofsw.l( of ne.-'. .... .. 16 6 21 10 132EdlO'seal.
and bw34 of..wJ( .... .... ". 2v 5 20 400 ... .... ... ...... .... _.0t'J.,1 of 8W% and all of nwX of
.' t'bOl..2.f< subserving the will of commencing at season line dividing 625 self (ring west of HtArke and

: sections thirty and thirty. Suiderson road... . .... 11 6 22 5t 538Thos
the peop'r nd\individual voteris one and southwest corner of Bnejs.... .. .. .. .. ... . IW.lt of se34 ... .... ... . ...... 18 6 22 4p 1 ..tUn..nown.
!1. L. 1IlcKinneY'1I 1l'8t'rv" and ... ... ...... .. ... .... ew!; oflw .. ... ....19 6 40 21>t
entitled tt!the expression of his running north t.> right of way .. . .. ..... ... ....... oXofne of swX..... ..... .... 19 IS 22 00 132SF
of G. S. & F. railroad parallel l\typrs.... . ...... .... ... IIW" of nrX ... .... .. ........ 21 6 20' 40 39'!
choice lathe selects of officers. with Dekle litre t. thellCtc' in Emma Dell.... .... . .... ...... .. IWJi of block 6 south uf range
I southeasterly direction on said three west In nrX of&W' 4...... n 6 1 3 13S
I Bradfo j|jcounty ought to fall in right f\f way IDI': where aid L B Powell .... ..... .. s'wy of block 3 south of range 2
f right of way intersects section west 66 feet wide eut and
i line antf' have a prim ry for the line divldi"K sections thirty and west and 130 feet long north

l thirty-ont', thence west alullg and South on f'8t side of seJ
II selecjlon1! of our democratic candidaterfpr sectIon line tw place flf beginning of block 3 south of rll nge 3 west

said land being 00 south mple.8 ub.dlvI8ioll........_. 2I 6 2Z 36"
i I senator arid representative Hide of U. S. & lo'. railroad. ODIbalfere beginning In southeast
I candidates bounded 00 north and east by rornerof rwy of sw3j and
; J With the nom- said right of way, on east and running north 210 teat, thence
i .uh by ectlOlJ hue dividing west 106 feet. south 210 feet
inaftsl by a primary conducted in rrclions thirty and thirt.f.on. thence 105 feet to place ofbegiaoing

west by Dekle street on south .... ... .... ... .. 21 6 o3SF
conformity wIth the\\ state ]law Bide of lot 10 In town of Lake 'I.rers.... .... .... ....._..... ... block 5 south of range I west,
Hutler.... .. ...... ......_..._.... 154\: east half or block s south of
--- governing such elections there will Unknown.. .... ... .. .. ..... . lot 28 Dtkles: addition to Lake raDIrE' weal and south half of
;. ./ Butler ... .... .... .... .... .. .... 2 48 block 4 south of 1 west
no room for complaint) about Heirs of Mrs C. Knight! ... ..... 4 acres in southwest corner of nX and se34 of block range 4 :south of

'\ and of lot 4. .. .. ... ...... .. ...... 5 20 4 162 range 2 west. Tem.It'S sub.divtskn .
;packed convention, a dozen Unknown. .. ......... .... ...... lot tweuty-four running a 8 feet 31 .. ;.......... .......... :21 6 2'l 398
ills that the convention north and south and 178 feet S J T emp I e.... . .... .... .... block 1 range south Ao.1 east In
other too east and west as per Beard's Temple.8ubdlvI8Ion.2 6 1 tl I

[ % survey said lot in nor:h half of V' R Wood ...... .. .. ".0'" ......:"wX of neX ofne".... .......... 2'2 6 4 S,5 I
often begets. lot3.... ... ............. ..... 5:0: 183 Mrs Sallie Sweat.................... oX of seX of 8w.l& :&J 8 22 811 I
John PCotlln .... .... .... .. .. eXofawU ..Y.... .... ... : 5 an !ft I) 1362 Oliver Kenyon. ........ .. ...... .. wX of heJ:1: : : 26 21f! .
I Ti! At slimly attended .district conventions F B Gruver. ... .... .. ... .... nefcf of set( ... ...:. .. ......... .. 32 32 5 20 40 131 b1rsJB RobetTSOO... ...... ...... nw3jonwX.:.. .... ..:: ..: :!6 6 I) L 132 '
I' Unknown.... ... ......... ... .... we-half of northwest quarterof U o k oowo..._. .... .. .... .... lots 4, 6. 6. ... 8, 9 and ld. block
i 'J. the Starke and Lake Butler seX .... .... ..... .... ? 5 20 20 162 17 and Iou ,
I IPCoffln. ..... ... .. ..... . . north half of ne* and north half 10 In 6. 1 and s. block .

1 districts have declared in favorof otnwfcj... .... .. .... ... . .. .. -, 5 20 160 283 of Starke.TftDrle'...addlt1i\f... ... ..to.. town
J PCoffln .. ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ..... .... ........ .. 396
nwJ4 ... .... 5 20 160 253 I 1M Pulleo.. .... ........ .. .... iota 25. 26. 27. 28 ''J and
a convention for the nominationof Chas Roberta &: Co .. ........ .....n# of ne*' .. .... ...... .. .. ... 31 XT 5 gi) .80 149 40 block a 37. & 89
Chas Roberta & Co ... .... se* of nw..... .... ........... .... ** 5 20 40 97 I I Dowliog's addition
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of a senator and representatives, I JohnCGriffls. .. .............. ... sX of lot 4.. .... ... .............. J5 5 21 40 843 I I I Uokoown: .... .. .... ......... ....lot40 to Starkt'block 3.. .... ............ 2U
Vincent O'Buld........... ....,.. .... IwJ of nwX... ..... ...... ........._. ,f 5 21 40 96 to ttarke...:.DowlingIJ.... addition
if the executive committeemen I i Unknown .. ... .... seX of ue* .... .. .... .... ........ ii 5 21 40 !97 liSRN oryan.... ...... .... ... one lot nclngi"P.i i i 9-1
Vincent O'Bnld... .. ... .. .?.... .. swofswJ4.... ... ... ........ .... Jj 5>> 21 40. 97' comm
the smaller districts come to I VJ hipman . ... .;.. .. all except fifteen acres in ne* of i of tit the feet east of ne cor of lot 10

ne i .. .. .... .... ........ ...... 5 22 625 18.95 original .town of Starke.
't I the next meeting of the committee Mary E Baldwin... ......... .. .... lots two. three and four in neU of 1 being 00 a line with the direct .'

ne;*. .. .... .... ..... ..... : :4.:: 5 22 15 118 continuation of Jackson ItreeL
instructed4 their constituents to V JShipman.. ..... ............ all except went half of of I thence south 52X feet, east
I ne*. east half of neJi of nw3jj.... 5 22 600 1288 106 feet, nonn 6tX: rt. west -
vote for a primary, it will be so Alice M Parker.. .. .... .......... ... .lot <*rl VL--. lawo.... .. .... ........ 8 5 22 10 131 I 105 feet to beginning In the town
F. W. Perry..- ... ... ... .... .... lots nineteen and 14 I Florence ot Starke.... .. .... .... .. .... 328
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twenty-two i Wiley......::.. ..... lot
ordered, and the two larger districts I Woodlawn.... .... .... ........ 5 22 20 24$ ? Ii hlOCk: F.. JonfOlS' addition to
I Warren Shaw.... ........ ... lot &!fWoodlawo..... ... JJ I Starke........... .... "." ... .. 162
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will fall!, into line as grace- j,! J S French.... . .... .... ... ...;.. Iota I 6>> and 8'. ...,... .... .. .. .. J 5 .: 2 20 1 31 I .1011I1 Stark and e.3, block 221x. w DO. 1414

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ME-.. : It's Value Impromptu School Meeting.An I AMATEUR THEATRICAL. A

oVII 0 impromptu meeting of busi ONCE MORE =::;
ness men was held Wednesday Among the Breakers" to be Presented .'
g- that counts. Good goods at evening at the Home
office of J. R. by Talent.
E call attention to the.
low prices make Davis we your
< good values. & Co., for a discussion of "Among the Breakers," a very
-J31 : We are offering some good school matters. The meeting was interesting drama in two acts will many fine-features of the new

21118M values not called until very late in the j I be presented at the Opera House styles of .

afternoon, but a large number of I 11n the near future, by home talent,
persons responded and lent the in under the auspices of the ladies'
162 In Goods fluence of their presence to the I aid society of the Baptist church. MATHUSHEK
} Dry
941X41 project ot Professor
10 R4 securing Guil Two weeks ago the cast was
1& 'I'J Iiams as principal of the HiCTh b made for the play, but circumstances -
and to convince you of this we school. have compelled several PIANOS

b! -\ ask you to read these prices School Commissioners Kickliterand changes. The cast, as the play

'501fr. ,.i; and then examine the quality' F. Pin holster and Superintendent will be presented, is as follows: The Mathushek Piano pi .
G. Schell
were present, and all David .......
.f'' of the goods. Murray keeper of Fair-point Light.
is from
1'12'lfe expresses themselves favorab e to Felix Long. to-day incomparable
1 iU1J12 ..1 the movement. Professor Schell, Larry Divine,his 8tant..J.. S. Brown standpoints. Mechanically -
3 who has a personal acquaintancewith Hon Bruce Hunter .......,.u.. E.P.DuncanClarence many _,
114I ''B WE OFFER : Mr. Guiliiams Hunter his w'\rd..Rodman Jones perfect. The embodi- t
I a was particularly
Peter ..
Paragraph
newspaper reporter.
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{ 1 : Fancy Berkshire Plaids. yard $ .20 outspoken in his approval of Claude Alvarez. ment of everything artistic.
. !;Zsr. Reversible Covert Cloth... ..., e. the
.20 movement and endorsement of Scud Hunter's colored servant E.Wall
Yls1 .1 English Suitings. .15 Mr Guiliiams as an educator. Miss Minnie Daze. Huntt-r's niece................. Mathushek Pianos wear and

Dress ..... ...... ..10.so Among the other matters the Miss Ollie Weeks. please fora lifetime. May costa
Irish .
3:! t Pure Dress Linen. Bess Starbrfcht "Cast Up by the Waves',_......
lei 17t9 ;f Fancy .15 movement for a sub-school districtwas Mini Eva Truby. little more money than many
1 Fancy striped and figured Diana discussed, and every one Mother Carey," a reputed fortune teller......
49I. Cloth... .. "so-called" pianos, but in thee
.10 present pledged their hearty Mrs.D.J.McLeod.
sup
I : Blue and white figured Corded Biddy Bean an Irish girl..llfiss Mary(
it end far the
8:: .' port-to prove by cheapest.
:i2 .20 Mrs. Hercules has the rehearsals .
.. It is
a long time since Starkewas
::16 Colored Organdies -
.10 As the Math-
Blue Stripe Corded Dimit'es. ... .. .23 so thoroughly enthused about in charge, and rapid progressis a consequence
Flue and black Polka being made. "Among the ushek Piano is for
"4 Dot Lawn .25 school matters, and the TELEGRAPH a piano a
4I' pest quality Percale* .e Breakers" is the best
7s 1:K does not hesitate among ama
to predict lifetime and gives satisfaction
Curtain Scrim .10Dotted teur theatricals, and the cast has
4s that
.. obstacle in the
Swig every
i Curtain 'L jo.15 of establishing a normal and commercial way- been very happily made, so the every day, and therefore they

I.aStripe Pique ... .. .80 school here will be over, public may be assured of ,an en ar.e recommended by many ofAmerica's .
: Corded and figured Pique....... .20 come, and the school establishedon joyable evening when it is pre
Silk Chambray. sented. greatest pianists.
Ioj s .... Silk Gioghams ............. 'I .50.40 an enduring foundation.June .
0( Ready Made Skirts......... .... 100 Examination.The Professor A. Hercules. LUDDEN*. & BATES' 5. fl. H.

Pretty Line of Ribbons Just June examination fcr public The close of school last Friday Jacksonville Fred Kaon, ,Pla.nanager. General, 39 Souther East Bay Agent Street,

Received. school teachers has been in session marked the close of Professor A. AUthiubek Piano

this week. There are thirty white Hercules'connection with the '
and two colored examinees. It Bradford County High School as SCHOOL PROSPECTS BRIGHTEN.

Nice line of has been a week of hard work for he announced several weeks ago
them and the TELEGRAPH trusts that he would not again accept School Board Endorsed Movement to
Shirt Waists, Hosiery, Belts, that their hopes will be fully realized the principalship. As ProfessorHercules Secure Prof. Guilliams.

Buckles, ladies' and gents' when the grading committee guided the fortunes of Last Monday was a bright day
Notions, etc. You can also makes its report. the school for a longer term of in the school affairs of Starke and

) Those taking the examinationare years than any of his predecessors, Bradford county if the plans outlined -
; 'Save money as follows: a partial review of his work will that day reach a consumma-
>1, FIRST GRADEE.. R. Poppel, not be out of place just here. tion, and there is every indicationthat
:f' by*buying your: Shoes from Misses Mary Hall, Cora Sessionsand He has built the school up they will. On that day C. L.

us. We carry a full line of Olive Ray. from an average attendance of 130 Peek, T. A. Knight and E. S.
General Merchandise, and bet SECOND AND THIRD GRADES. the first year he was in charge to Matthews, the committee appoint '

ter values than we offer Samuel Knight, J. A. J. Pin- 190 this year. In 1896 the County ed by the citizens' meeting held
you holster, Edith Moore, Omie Ad- High school for teachers and advanced May 25th, presented to the school
have never been asked to kins, J. C. Adkins, Carrie Reinohle, pupils had an attendance board the project for securing

: Investigate. Retta Mansell, Emma;Futch, Wm. of (S. This important, feature of Professor J. M. Guiliiams as prin-
Poppell, Janie Pinholster, W. H. the school has grown so satisfactorily cipal of the Bradford County
Hayes, Fannie Bessant, Balous that the average attendance High school.
FARMER & ENSEY' BROS. Edwards, Sarah Dukes, Jessie reached 104 during the term justclosed The project was enthusiasticallyreceived

I Lewis, Clio Clyatt, Mattie Taylor, by the members of the
4. Sentenced for Life. Beulah Clyatt, Lillie Matthews, This steady growth is a strong board and County Superintendent
I Lula Liddon, Florence Jones, testimonial to the ability of Mr. Schell, and a tacit agreement between
I The Times-Union and Citizen of Mittie McMurry, Alice Lewis, Hercules as an educator and a the board and the commit

Tuesday contained the following Ola Brooking, Isabel Rosier and still higher recommendation of his tee was made, which practically --
is notice of the passing of sentence'I. Beulah Knight. work is found in the fact that a assures us of the services of Prof. .

on the Hewitt brothers: The colored examinees are S. B. large majority of the teachers at Guilliams. .
"Judge Call passed sentenceyesterday Wilson and S. J. Kelley' present employed in the county: Several days ago the committee "
:, 't on the three brothers The TELEGRAPH will publish a schools have received .their training received from Professor Guiliiams

&!; Dick, Lum and Moss Hewitt, list of the successful applicantsnext under him. The term of Mr. a detailed statement of the conditions ,.'
t 11 sending them to the penitentiary week. Hercules here has been fruitful of under which he would take : ,',
r. j for life at hard labor. good results, and he leaves the .
; z: -- --- the school, and the result of the ;
j" !f "Attorney John E. Hartridgefiled School Board Proceedings. work with the utmost good will of committee's conference with the >-.:

f: Ai ; a motion last Saturday ,for The board met Monday nearly, if not quite all the patronsof school board Monday makes it ', 4:;
'-J,9'f the release of Moss Hewitt on the to adjournment. All pursuant members the school.] He is an educatorof possible for the school to meet the : ';' :
f ground that the verdict, so far as present. rare ability and his life as a requirements of the distinguished ( ,

J.f;: i he was concerned, was equivalentto The field and census reports of citizen is exam pIa ry. In whatever educator, and secure the establishment :
to an acquittal. This motion was the county superintendent were field he may cast his lot for of one of the state's largest
JI'f argued before Judge Call in circuit submitted to the board and ap the future he will\ have the very schools in Starke. However, this "'
court yesterday morning and de proved. best wishes of our citizens. cannot be done without the hearty

nied. Mr Hartridge then submitted Reports of teachers were received co-operation of the patrons of the
and filed a motion for a new and warrants ordered drawn in. Notice. school and the citizens of the town .
trial, and to set aside the verdict, payment of salaries I Notice is hereby given that I generally. The school building -
which was also denied. The trustees cf sub-district No. have this day sold my grocery business will have to be repaired and enlarged '

: "After denying this motion, i were instructed.to pay repair bill with all assets and liabilities S and these improvements ,
;t1 Judge Call called before him the of 60 cents out of sub-district funds. thereto, to Mr. I. O. Prevatt, who will cost money. Fifty per cent. .'.
three prisoners, whose appearance It was ordered that the insurance will continue the business at the of the money to be so expended
: denoted that they were beginingt6 i ij policy on the High school same stand. Bad health has forced I I must come from the citizens of
: realize the serious difficulty i iX,4 in I building be renewed. me to seek a more out-door life. I I Starke and vicinity, either as a

which they were placed,and as the The superintendent was instructed wish to thank my regular customers contribution or as the result of a '
1 ', court announced. "You are sentenced to issue orders on the and the public generally for a suo-school district tax, and it must .;
to the State penitentiarywith county treasurer for the paymentof kind and liberal patronage, and be raised quickly. The other 50 ,i':
hard labor for life," the don't- the grading committee when solicit for my successor the samekind per cent. will) be paid by the school '.".:"'.

4 care expression, which has been their work is completed.The treatment they have givenme. board, in conformity with the longestablished '. ':'.;
;' since the first trial oldest will remain of '
noticeable treasurer's report was examined My son precedent paying :'" :-.
.; disappeared, and it was three dis found correct and approved. with Mr. Prevatt and assist him one-half of the expenses of build. .
heartened-looking men that walked Scrip to the amount of in giving the trade polite and i ing or improving school property. .' ,:._;,
back to the pen handcuffed together 53,72416 was canceled and de prompt attention. All persons It will be seen, therefore, that .;; : ',;
for safety."Attorney stroyed.The owing accounts past due will greatly there is work for every one to do, : "';
J John E. Hartridge, board adjourned to meet i in oblige Mr. Prevatt and me by and with such a splendid oppor'j "'\t

who has done everything in his special session June 25th at which paying up promptly. Please do tunity of securing'for our town an .;L.
power to secure the release of his time the estimate of expenses for this, friends. Yours truly, institution that cannot fail to ben- ;f.
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:; clients, then entered a motion to the ensuing year will be made. H. F. PHILIPS. efit us in every line no one can af- .: k
stay execution of the sentence, Starke, Fla May J6, 1900. ford to be idle in the matter. ",.h. :;:"-
noting an appeal to the'court supreme Found His Horse. -- -
of the state. Tuesday marked the 20th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Adams de- "r.r.7fparted
Call this motion That good results accrue to of the marriage of Mr and Sunday for Fernandina, r :KI
i "Judge granted
fixed the bond at advertisers in the TELEGRAPH has Mrs. N T. Ritch. Without ap- after spending a week with relatives )':!
i and supersedeas
$10,000 for each of the three giv 'been shown by an incident of the prising their friends of the signifi- here. While here Mr. Adams -. [ J,:
f i in present week. cance of the day to them they invited purchased the lot adjoining his r..1;.
the thirty days
ing attorneys Some time R. R. Cooper of small tflb father's Clark ?
in
which to it, and suspending ago a party to spend place on street, il: t' :
; execution prepare of the sentence thatlength New River station lost his horse. evening with them. The guests Jones' addition. He will probably ',':-: .;,;
i After all efforts to locate the ani- were greatly surprised to learn that build a house here at some future : '-:.
of time. .
f mal had proved to be unavailing they were celebrating a china wed- time. '.' _
the court
The action of gives ..
an advertisement for its return wedding of their host and hostess. "
the Hewitts thirty in whichto While from Lake But. ,'
tI days the last issue returning ':. ,
I was placed in Popular-games and music were the
.. give an appeal bond in the su ler a few days T. F. Hemming- '
'nof the TELEGRAPH. Three days order of the evening and the occa- ago ;'. "
of each If they fail to I killed rattle snake :
$10.000 way a giant .
after the of the <
publication sion proved a most pleasant (
the bond the end of that I one the New .
give by tisement James Wilson, \ adVer-j' Delicious refreshments were near dancing pavillion ; ;
time they will then be committedto sides fourteen miles from Starke, served. River long bridge. Mr. Hem- : ':.1.

the penitentiary. in Clay county, called at our office, mingway thinks the snake must ,:,.,

George W. Moore returned home : to say that the horse: had been The remains of the infant son have eight; been between seven and'p., : :

Sunday.from Jacksonville, having : taken up at his place and that he of Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Blackmarrwere feet_in length._ .-, '(;.';:

completed his course at the Mas- would write Mr. Cooper to call for I expressed Thursday to Jamestown Mrs. F. A. Scott is visiting rela.'i.
.... Business College. it. N. Y,, for interment. tives at Hampton. ':1
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LAKE BUTLER. Aft -HSIA.N. CRADLE SO: :i.. 1 1! LAWTEY GOSSIP. I P-dJdaDy Bndse4.Condoctcr M1s

I Arch Kite of tie A.

k All the News' of West Bradford f: rtge tar n fty ,,Elr haft, l' Newsy Letter from Oar Special Cor- S. R. & G railTrajr bad his right '

rm: 1.e :u.or.d ,. ;
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Metropolis. &rst i this :awz..=n Ia a: *.lr- i foot very painfully braised Tncrs-
By OM k Z a, (ixr9nrest. f &: ..?Zd a ; p'1_ WT I. E. B. Shipman, our efficient day morning while engaged in tee +, .*>
The beat of the few : 7': ** ta yon;Ziko ig tt
past dayshas station was a visitorto work of wrecked log'
agent a
;:loco* zrI: c.:! rt.:. young clearing up
been oppressive, and many of U ti* tttJaf.ysj** a rw i Surke"ednesda,. train. The wrecking crew was r:

our citizens have been regalingtbtrn&ehe T Lynk and wife left Monday the from one of tbe }
T2. rrv i5 wle aAM tan;r i A C' removing logs
at the springs or at the tli. inr>s brats ta U*tr--. for Boston on their regular sum- wrecked cars, and the end of a log .
river on fish fnes. ;i :C ttx fcf rA> i **_C2 Me .i.l>eMU t
.i.'tff. mer outing. swung around and caught Mr. -
hr. ti' :
Mrs. Henrietta .Melvin, who bas: L' s-z'.-.._ iz bI $r ei.:1d sLi 1 Jack Hour left Monday for New Kites foot-between its weight >nd :

been the of relatives here lrw sA tak*.::xSt
guest : : s sr trx York, where he will follow his A severe bruise resulted -
a
.. stump.
.: s11:3 1Irt L:>>Vru44 u. :: .
for some time, returned to Starke ;' trade as a painter. and Mr Kite is laid up at his (1.

Tuesday. Her cousin, Mr. J. P. FErr b-ce the rn t3 t :. I The livery stable formerly owned home in this city. Dr. Wills is : i
rn-I z 1- L-t tai f ice,
Dowling accompained her. .A 1'IA ytirr tiara r=K> witl r rzata) 1 by J. S Bennett has changed attending him and thinks thatno ,

Mrs. T P. Croft and little'daughter. orr', hands and is now owned by S. B. bones are broken although the in- '

Bertie, left Tuesday to ; EiJ AU tir'>- Hi.t'V'ri tieLiz,-* iaI ro v.r:,." r. I I Futch. Mr Futch is ready at all jured member is likely tgive the .

visit: relatives in Jacksonville.The j rs-- -r lane tl b'o: tsk!+b.as+ times to give the public first-class patient a good deal of pain for 'I'
passenger trains on the J. 2: Till U.. ea \jruxcri the t)7Th : 1j L accommodation.Cap
"" ; C.aa. several day?.
S. W. road now run through on : I :. D. R. Edwards. our tur ____ f'

schedule time to the terminus of I>*rkle of the turn: Sbortv pentine operator, is erecting a telephone -i For two years Ira W. Kclley, of 7 t t: ..

the road at New berry It is wctth while to ne thta drtnoc from his office here connect- Mansfield Pa., was in poor health ;;'

I Sheriff Denmark was in town :.' into % of the \Ultfges, ay on a :)Ac.,1W'.ay -I ing his stills with one continuous on account of kidney trouble. He '.
wbfD tL* 1Jlft are
Tuesday. cxmnrry wire. This is a great improvementand : consulted several physicians and
do Ooe I
.athtring to their shopping
Tax Assessor. J. Epperson is will enable him to have his considerable for medicines -
will we icaiiT zn old rM>gro cage dziring spent money
t hard at work upon his tax books. i' business within reach.R without relief un-
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in at anail'* pace, dad in ill fitting continually obtaining

M. J. Lundy and family, who I Ir gam-ate Ux big cr too little, of H. Smith and wife were visitors til be tried Foley's Kidney Cure, f'

have resided here seven years, have :'any color cr no celcr ngp*d and to Jacksonville Tuesday. ,i,and now writes'I desire to add

gone back to their old home in :'i F tthed. He eloncbte en the Hat of bin The Ladies Improvement Socie my testimony that it may be the

Georgia to live I torctJ down warn: as if it vrert toe ty has made a decided change for cause of aiding others." J. L.
Misses Clio Clyatt and Mattie Diocb tree tie to tit erect or M if belcere
I the better in the looks of our Gaskins. .
abort fall into for bottom ..
to orer
of Providence -
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Taylor, were guests The have been
of fnends here Sunday. I of the Tthicle zed go to ele p. liis Steed town. streets I I Louis Knight, a popular young.
I
i' mule email starred plowed and thrown up, making
a toy raking,
business of Jacksonville IS
Samuel] and Clarence
j Kright I man
TrahUitK in pair, a very caricature of them high and dry, and other improvements -I
Marsh returned Saturday fro i visiting his wife who is a guest at ..
bit kind. rive exptcte him every mol have been going on all
] 1,I the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Abbeville Ga. where
they :zc.
to'fkeaicc
a. men to step ai:d 'o on the through the town. Mrs. Dr.Todd,

4; attended school zntM that grows tsar the gatttr.: TbeffAi who is president of the society, deserves Davis. i_ ;

.. Miss Jessie O'Quinn r rauJej Irciu afar. Every bolt and :
spent -. great credit for the work Mrs. M. A. Cox of Live Oat, ar- .
,
eral days here last week z. ,*' .vr i. lrx,**% ii.fe w Ll: *-jmjn about to
she bas done. for visit
rived here Thursday a
-0 her friends. ; <* -f Miss many rieile Permenter j, .. .** tbe brat mines from tide to tide, Mr. Wm. N. Dunham returned with her cousin Mrs. G. M. Sis- t;' "' .

::-\. w .. the of the Wednesday from Jacksonville, trunk .;
M
..j. I o : ireutly at peril 'ctpant.large -
Jacksonville Tuesday to V& { 'LI O 4 b cti:;';V""*d lur:tly of rope where he has been for some time I Marry- :, -
+i atives. Weeks visited friends t
'_j'J 'WjL lb<: hues axe inuxut of all on business. !, Mrs.

;s.}'. fI'tp: Owen Loadholtz was b'm- ':&.wtw <.1 hell); lratlttr..in' world Mrs. Truax, daughter of Mrs. T. i I at Hampton Sunday.. :.j :.:. '
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# .'t;' reneWID" former ac.. >'. :,.,. ..il1it; to rile. Lie life on a venture Burrin is at 'I .i)' :;
r'0-,4,; .f i J. sojourning Kingsley iA Clerk's Report. .; 1)3 .
:-: ances I tl"U loch a team would never get down lake. =

. Reliable information v.}...-':'" 'trnt to tue biuhicg place by the EETOBT of the Curt of the Orcvt Court IB aa4fcr -.
A heavy rain fell over this sec- Bradford eocstT.Flood om account ofTaxes ,
that another of Lake '.* p. LnfiLt zigzag jcuruty is Wifely r
,r's ; the
Hfaml lor 19- ;
jar ;
tion to the of the ,
; _>, v jth no ti u of on the Tuesday, delight
' widowers will take unto K t a I ; anxiety O.W.AtKBJLts.Tax (1OU etor. ", ,
;_-i 'A the driver and be bail hii farmers, whose backward crops of I .,2OOUSTY FEOF R. >.
wife and that h h
shortly, a J\.1t :
; 1"--':)IJ coii.rade en the pavement corn and cotton were much bene Hart To baL due.--....-. $= ss
procured, which the,;" :- w frcfibvtr tbaru.u Lie heard mile B7"- coOeded .. ..- ......-$1361 9Jtn4 :r.
I i a a fited.Our Te baL 4or-............. $ JflS MCOCKTY ;;
cupy a tires cf tbe ill clad Lot bzppynilend people gathered at
young SCHOOL. '
I'vb'en Joe Loadholtz, of Lulu . uiellou audttv.eet anti Lj.4 the parsonage Monday afternoonand Kay 2. To bal.due...__.... / $ :!< tS ')
town Saturday ',. ...&Jltd a* tby chaff each other lnare .ee ByamL eoUeesedfCTP; : : IeJuoet.
played at lawn tennis as long .To baL doe ... $444'oMNTT *
1'V B. Alexander .oic", for otgo the -
lit a > ery expression
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!;' drummer, was interviewingmerchants ,. '.:apy leaky idle easy, careless! served by the amiable hostess anda May S.TobaLdn Tuesday. ."t1 t jris ieci/l. too indolent to rctnd By ant collected ............>533 00 i.
h"/ Mr. and Mrs. waxley tender *l j :.!J tfaeJ. >yioLlei' of thfirH.ro Vet very pleasant evening was passed Jura To baL due ......... $361 ?
: LLty i re Li-ny. To rte aid bear them playing games and singing. cot:' '!'Y BRIDGE.

''4 the young people a party Tuesd '. Mated tljjuk there Miss Mittie Neil is !I May 2. To baLdue .__.u..... s3)
wax no touor- visiting at
By a*!, collected ..........- $65385
night, which was very much enjoyed -.", nIJtb g to te dune in the world Kingsley lake. I June To baL doe. .. ..... S 89 Si

..:rsJ 't') f-ucb ihiug an care upon eartb. The monthly business meetingof coon BOSD.

1 Miss Cawthon is visiting her .- <.: the Epworth League was held at By amt.eoUecteJ .... ..... _. $653 85
.1 sister, Mrs. M. F. Moore. Miss Miss Burt's Tuesday evening. June I. To baL due..... ........ $ 88 STCOUSTY
'!:* Awful Dtnall Bey.
Cawthon was a student of Abbe- FIXE AXD rORFETTUBE.Wky : _
After the routine of busi- r
Mr*. Cakebread was entertaining regular ...... .
ville the last term and is 2. To bal.doe__ $743 X?
College iOW p U-! elf at a select little 5 o'clock ness Miss Markey, who has held By amt eaik cted.... ........ f83 85
stopping over here a while before J vine 4.To baL due ...... S 89 ST
tom; gill: Bobby who had been exceptioailly the position of president since its
her home. rt. T. WEEKS. Clerk.
returning to Alachua
t well behaved, waa in high organization, announced her resignation. By Tr.E.WAI, "R1OHT.D.C.

FIRE IK LAKE BUTLER. featb. This was accepted with }
"!1* ]:.> said, as cake wan being '\
At 2 o'clock Wednesday morning many regrets. Miss Markey ex-
bandca ,jujJ, "may I baH t
sotoe
the alarm of fire rang out in pects in the near future to make

our town. The new cash store> of tongue"There, please im't? her home in Tennessee. Mr. ...IN THE FARThree SOUI1f-.
any tongue, Bobby.
Zin & Zeigler was the scene of the "That's funny," commence i Bobby."I : Josephs, the first vice-president, is .e. .

-A fire, and what was yesterday a beard pa cay there would be iota of I acting president until next regular

thriving business is now a heap of It.."London Tit-Bit election of officers. The Leagueis Daily .

ashes. How the originated is in a very prosperous condition.J. .
In the WroDg- Order. Sunday
a mystery. Mr. Zeigler, who
slept in the building, had been at. "He was raatried and went crazy," R Davis has been spendingthe Great semiwec&iyNewspapers

ibe raid, referring to a etatemeut in a week with his wife and
babyat
tending a party and had retired only
Horning p iper.
about an hour before the fire "Granting that be bad any Knee in Montbrook, where they are visiting -

was discdvered. He awoke almost the Crfct place"he returned "yon moo relatives. He will return

suffocated by smoke and barely have got the statement reversed." borne to-day. rimTHE

;_' escaped with his life He and his "How do you mean:" she demanded. FLORIDA

,; c' ,# partner are young men who came 'He went crazy acd married' makes Kotiee.OTI"E .

here from Valdosta last fall!: and it seem more plautdble." be fWIIWEtEd.
:: PJ.t.lllage of application for permit toell liquors, TIlES=UNION,p CITIZEN
Chicago
wines And beer.
"iit. have identified themselves with
8t T3UBLIC notice U hereby given that C. )(. The Florida TUM Caioa DI rear)and the I
1. > our people and are much liked. It Overrun With Skaok. I Sparkman and M. L.Johns.doing buainesa Florida Citizen Mth real were consolidated >
.
is not known as yet if the stock Clinton, :c. Y., fnrni Ije'! good trapping a board 8 C. M of rtparkman county cotnmij Co.._have kinfm Bled of with Bradford the II! 1 read September from hovember, L9? This to onoUdaUd June by people paper from i* ,
mor*tate*than any other paper ia the United ,
was insured. The building belonged ground for fur haulers On awl I county in tte etato of Florida, their application I 1 > Stele.011 the day of DOblieatioa.thereby being '
for a permit to Mil liquors wines and beer m } nt Qutld a* aa advertising medium ia the >
"_: to Mr. Churchill, Lawtey.A near the premises of one residence in election district>o.C, of said Cf'untyaDd state; ; South betides eirroUUac ia erwy aook and
'. =- Prospect btrwt six large fkuulis were that curb application will be acted on by the said comer ia rbrida.THE .

: "{.::(-, A Correction. recently killed. In fact, the while village regular board of meeting county,which commissioners will be held at on their next JA

-- In last week's TELEGRAPH it hetnja to be oven an with the nui THE FIRST TUESDAY IS JULY A. D. 19X). SEMI-WEEKLY -
aance. Pedestrians avoid tonic streets altogether at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. and the
was stated that G. T. Kennard, of in fear cf meeting the odorous said board hereby calls upon any citizen of such
:'". Gainesville had been sentenced election district who may desire to do so.to TIlESaUNION and CITIZEN ;
noctnral travelers. It has been suggest- how cause if any there be.at the said regular .
to five years in the state peniten si that the village father offer a bonny meeting of said board why such permit hall The Semi-Weekly Tlmte-Cnion and Ctttsen 1 .

-, tiary for the killing of Sherod P. on every one killed. The skin firings not By be order granted of the to Board the applicants.of county commissioners 1a 8oY.thena the beet States semi-weeklypapet for the low price pubUaIJ.ed of. to** 1F::

Morgan, formerly a citizen of the a good price, and those who care to of Bradford county,Florida,this the 3th day
of June. A. D.IifX.l.
i' Ward City section, this county, the make a little money could find a chance J. B CREWS. $1.00 PER YEAR.

jury having returned a verdict of in trapping-Utica Observer. Chairman pro tem. It*Bute new*I*freth aad fall; It eompriaea < 'li\

This mistake -- te le.r phie dicpatebe from all pug of the t i.-
manslaughter. was a
world ap to the hour or going to press and its
so far as the sentence was Both Awake. Application For Tax Deed. |. comment and inttractire.upon cement Special attention event are given pointed '
to
concerned. Kennard had not Pint Burglar-It's no use tryiu thet OFTIC OF CLKRK or Cractrtr Corwr. matter*,ertaiainf to too farm and boa ehold. 1 1i
: County of Bradford,Florida. la all the qualities of a newspaper for the I II
sentenced the time but place t'night Bill. Ther man an his family circle add the l .
been at To L. J. Brooks. I +7nesa man it ia u.urpuI
wife went in 'bout an hour ago an I WHEREAS J. D. Gainey has presented .
since been sentenced imprisonment
has to heerd him tell her he'd buy her a I to me Tax Certificate No. 76. gale of i836 corer- .; .1,
for twenty Inlt the following land in said county of Bradford -
years. di'mond necklace termorrer. .to-wit:

Second Burglar-What's thet got f I SWtf ofNWJi and NW3( ofSW* of Sec 10, AGRICULTURAL.

The county commissioners were do wid it? Tp 6 b.. Range 19 E.,80 acre. Tbe Florida Farmer aa" Fruit Grower
being
in session Tuesday, Wednesday First Burglar-Plenty. She won't be and upon said certificate has demanded from mea parcbue4 by the I'lond.Pllbli biq Compaur:
deed
tax to Bald land. has been eon. lida1ed with I he"agricultural
. and Thursday of the present week. able t' sleep fer t'iukin 'bout it, an hewon't Therefore take notic. that alter the expirationof _.-l1m"* of the Seml.Weekly lime union
,- -- fer t'inkin how he's t' thirty days from the date of this notice unless and Citiaen. The old nema ha been retained | '
The greater part ot the time of sleep got I you shall have redeemed said land in accordance and ample space Y provided III which to '
fer it London Fun. with law.it is pf:!**at aU the department of the Farmer and
session was concerned in revisingthe pay I my intention to issue a tax: deed rrnit Browse ncli "
a. Grove and
Orchard
to the Paid J. D. ;
Oainey for the said land in accordance The
Plne.r'j etc. No
registration books. In the Bow It Worked. with the provisions of chapter 4874, by the pnblbnen 10 make pain the combination wUl be ipared a* ]I k
absence of Dr. Todd CommissionerCrews Laws of Florida. replete ithSpecimen Interest and a* valuable to the < e
"It works this ," said the agent Dated June 7. 1900, IOIl-tUier U war the old journal on* of the
was elected chairman way W. T. WEEKS, Clerk C't C't hi With laudmulte. of 'tort da.
pro "When a burglar tries to open the win So* By w. E. \V"IS RIGHT, D. c. when_ th. growing Inlend la Florida nery.
tem. The official minutes will be dow, this bell begins ringing and wales ---- nniv.real th&&ml.Weetl,1a elreQaUoD. rapidly attaining

published next week. you up." Notice of Dissolution. '; JA rded -.
"Bell rings and wakes me up!" said
Copies Free
M. A. Dukes, a prosperous merchant Popper. "And it will wake the baby 1\ OTICE is hereby given that the partnership to any
and too I don't wanrTh Take it 1 1lardy existing between Dr N. W. Francis Address.
of
planter the Worth. away. and W. A. Hutnon. of the city of Starke
ington Springs vicinity, was a visitor guess you don't know that kid of mine." aDd state of Florida. under the firm name of 1
Francis & I
Yellow Book. Hutson was dissolved by mutual con ADDRESS
to Starke Thursday. I tent on the 4th day of June,1900.
All debts owing to the said partnership are to THE FLORIDATlMES.UNIO
The volunteer lifeboat service of Eng I be received by the said Dr.N. W. Francis, and ;
J. A, Jordan, of the Cable Piano land, established in 1824, has more thaw all demands on him the said partnership are to be AND
presented to for CITIZEN
Company, Jacksonville, was look- 800 lifeboats on the shores of the king. I payment.DR. N. W. FRANCIS ,

ing after the interest of his firm I dom and baa been instrumental in laying Starke Fla..June 5, 1900.w.A. BUTSON. JACKSONVILLE FLA. +

here Thursday. 80,000 lives. 6-S-4r.

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Paper \& Issued By,Judge Cantrill Americans. Kill Filipino Officer
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FOittOBERTJohannesburg S, For Arrest of 'KentuckyExGovernor. .. SURRENDERED 'Who Is Thought To Be the. : : : ,' .- 'i 'i}
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> The issuance of bench- warrant at :Via : 3: ;;
,.. a A special from VIgan,'Luzon. ... "l" ":' ':o.! '<
,:t,.. 1( Frankfort, Ky., Friday., by Judge i ,\ Manila, under date of Jnne 3d, cays : .. .f : :< ,d ..t

r :; r; ;: ; Occupied By Brit- Cantrill was the first official notice ;, Such a Report Is Firmly. ._Believed Maj. March,with his detachment'of the: Empress .MakesNo;;; Efa>. ;j | 1; :
that ;
indictment had
been
an returned
33d is believed '
what '
r'L'- ish Without Trouble. naming Former Governor Taylor as In London..; .. to Begimentovertook have' been Againaldo'a party on fort Suppress' Them.: ,p <'

an accessory: to the murder of William p' .... :j ; ,
19 at La Gat about 100 miles r.-- 1 t ; 'ij
,;, Uoebel.' It had been rumored for May ,
:; weeks tbat the indictment had been northeast. of Vlgan. The Americans r MURDER AND PILLAGE INCREASE 1f i. I':;
BOER OFFICIALS NO CONFIRMATION IS RECEIVEDLatest .
't $ NOT OUSTED returned, but that; the officials refusedto killed or wounded an officer supposedto

.... Either confirm or deny it. The in- be Aguinaldo, whose, body-was removed ,:a r, L.' ;\.,

1t: : ., : die-me it was filed 'and entered on record by :his, followers. AguinalJo, Eight Americans Are Missing, 1: }

a' English Troops 'Were'Escorted April 19th. It reads as follows: News From South Africa had 100 men, Maj.. March 125. ? ',
The grand jury of the county of "' The American commander reached Minister"Conger. Says Situation j, N'.:':

'I .!f Into the City and Flag Hoisted Franklin. in the name andy authority Indicates. Tliat'theWar. Is' .Laboagan, where Agninaldo had made : Is Critical. 1i'. ki;
With Ceremonials. of the commonwealth of Ken- About At An End. .. headquarters since March 6, on .''''

tucky accuses William S. Taylor, of May 7th. Aguinaldo had fled seven .: ;; I

this 'commonwealth, of being accessory of hours before, .leaving all the beaten A cable dispatch>from Pekin China, (..

s H : A cablegram was received in London before the fact to the willful mur- A London special, under date trails'and traveling through the forest says: The'most alarming reports are : .!
der of William Goebel committed June 1st Belated .
as says: messages along the beds of streams. Toward \" '
: : .Ii. Saturday from Lord Roberts dated follows viz: The said William S. from Pretoria confirm the reports of evening, May 19th, Major March atruck constantly arriving from the country, '! :. J

: i :c: a f.. Johannesburg May 31st, but which Taylor in the said county of Franklin, the departure' President Kyiger Aguinaldo's outpost about a mile out- especially ,from. Pao. ,Ting. Fn. The >H

I ;.r. was not dispatched from there until on the 30th day of January, A. D., with his cabinet and staff. officials bide of La Gat, killing four 'of the telegraph wires from. Pekin to Pa? ,. ,jf,

;'l 8:30 a. m. of June 1st, which says: 1900, and bafore the finding of this : Filipinos' and capturing two. From Ting Fn are cut and all news cornea ;._' :;
indictment, unlawfully, willfully and Tuesday night !and the selection a the latter he learned JhaAgninaldo b ;4
'. "The occupation of Johannesbnrg'passed feloniously of his malice aforethought meeting of citizens of a coplmittee to had camped there for the nigbL.Althougb via Tien Tsin.A r!;
.
off quite satisfactorily, thanks and with intent to bring about' thb administer the city provisi:tnally. exhausted and half starved serious crisis exists at the palace. ;
: to the excellent arrangements made by Since these left ;Wednesday : The'ultra conservative advocates '
death and procure the murder of Wil- telegrams on ; Major.March's men; entered,La party ;i
is Dr. Kraus and order, the Transvaal commandanthere liam Goebel, did conspire with Caleb nothing apparently has reached '.(fat on, the.run..; They saw the insurgents not taking repressive measures, urging f[\ s
prevailed throughoutthe Powers, F. W. Golden, John -L. Lourenzo Marquez by telegraph fromPretoria. scattering into the bushes or.over.the the dowager empress to allow the .:: ..

town. Powers, John Davis, Henry Yont- Possibly the wires have beejr .plat a?. A thousand yards "boxers" to.finish the work of driving 1 Y, )
m "Dr. Kraus met me on my entrance cat 'Possibly the Boer censorship at ? the out of the the t
sey, Charles Finley, W. H. Cul- 1 beyond the tbun'onthe" mountain'sidethe foreigners country, .
to Johannesburg and rode by my side ton, John Howard, Berry How- some intermediate point interrupts figures cf tientyveFIUph, moderate party, led by .Prince Ching, :. j i i

t to the government offices, where he ard, Harlan Whitaker, Richard telegrams.So dressed in white, with their leaderon representing the ?serious.-danger of 'L.. ;,j
t introduced me to the heads of several thoroughly is the country imbued conflict with the "! '
Combs and others to this grand a'"gray Lna, were silhouetted provoking a powers. .: ;'ij
departments, all of whom acceded to jury unknown, and did counsel with the belief that Pretoria has against the, rnnset; The Americansfired It is impossible to confirm or deny ,+.'.. !i

r f my request that they would continueto advise, encourage, aid and pro- fallen, that Mr. Joseph. Chamberlain, tt'YC11aid saw:! the officer drop the report, but significant indications -. .. )
carry on their respective duties until cure Henry Youtsey, James Howard, the secretary of state for the colonies, front his Ss.' ,His followers fled, of the feeling of the government to- 'f. -

they could be relieved of them, Berry Howard, Harlan Whitaker, speaking, at a meeting of the univer- 'carrying ti"U! ward foreigners are contained .in the !!I

"Johannesburg very empty, but: Richard Combs and other persons to sity of Birmingham, proposed a message n TheAi&eans on.reaching the spotcaugh'tJ' attempt to arrest Lin, 'Chinese man- .', ]: ;;,

s a good crowd of people assembled in this grand jury unknown, unlawfully, to the queen congratulating her, he-' ., which was richly ager of the Pekin syndicate; Kin,chief 'Ii i $ :

the main square. by the time the willfully, feloniously and of their malice -, upon the!'"capture" :of Johannesburg saddled.! Blood- '-cm a badly wounded of ther. Shan Si commercial bureau, "' *: :

zz- '' British 'flag was being hoisted. A aforethought,. to kill and murder and Pretoriatwhich was-sent' .;;:to:the man was, r... the animal and on the and Fan a leading banker of Shan Si, +;; 1:1

royal salute was fired and three cheers Wjlliam Goebel, which one of the last afternoon'3:tlew paper ..... L\ ground. Ill r'dlebags contained on the ground that they were "dan- ,\ 3
''" for the queen were' given. five named persons or another person 'Although'the war'offiee has'jip :'receivedVword -: Aguinaldo's ."*** and some private gerous characters," but in reality, be- :\ :;

"At the end of the ceremonies the acting with them, but who is to this about it, no one'tn TJoJo .'papers, inch' line proclamations. One cause they are concerned with new :; :

p. Seventh and Eleventh divisions grand jury unknown, as aforesaid don ''harbors the'idea that';,the; [BoeK; of these'was>. ed "To the civilized British enterprises. Fortunately aU'j. ;
t marched past with the naval brigade then and there' thereunto by.the said capital is hot already' in>the hands':pf, : nation It "retests against the of them were absent and they have not. :;t i|:: i 4

jtlr the heavy artillery and two brig.m W. S. Taylor before the fact committed the British or'about to be there::- The American ..,.}sedation'c?> the Philippines yet been arrested. The British.mlI ,1S. .. / j

ade divisions of the royal field artil- ,I dns d!':encouraged, aided and possession of Johannesburg,. at:all: '.Ti c. ... also' found copiesiof ter, Sir Claud MacDonald, has addressed ';: ,' ';"
.m I":. lery. procured, did byshooting and wound-, events,' as Lord Roberts has telegraph: Sqnator T ,eridga' ?p ech! translated a note to the bung Ii yamen, !:;: ;

; "General Ian Hamilton's column ing'the'.aid"Goebel with a gun or pisto :ed,'is a fact. States Attorney" Smut( into SnftiUIi and entitled "The demanding why the arrests were or-
;Jii. and the cavalry division and mounted !,;loaded with powder or other explosive : 'did'not depart with PresidentjKrugeiv. Death Knell of the Filipino People. dered. '. :! ;ii!
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:;' infantry were too far away to take part "and.leaden, d steel ball or' .but remained in Pretoria. The present 4, ,A Shanghai. dispatch says. : A number -. -\'$ ,>1
/, in the ceremony. The troops lookedvery other hard substancea/and from which seat of the Boer government! according -* GRO OF. THE SOUTH. of desperadoes disguised as'passengers ,.,: :

;; : workmanlike and evidently took eaid'shooting and wounding the said to a dispatch' from Lourenzo ,. have pirated the -British, .-- -. ;

,t, keen interest in the proceedings.. ,Goebel died on the 3d:day of February, Marques, dated May 31st,'is' Middle- Many Xew iBdnitrte". Ktabllihed During Yang Tse steamer Kutwo. They omitted u .:. }
: } According to delayed dispatches 'J900, but which of said last abovementioned burg,' but it will probably. ,be.shifted :th. Fan Week. wholesale robberies, .terrorize! ,) JJ

by reaching Pretoria, Johannesburg : persons as" aforesaid, actually further east. The.more; important of the new indnstriea'reported lOg the passengers, who were qUite : fc r
r formally handed over to the British. at fired the shot that killed the said The Boers lately confronting Roberta during the past week unable to offer resistance. _*, : ::* \

; 11 o'clock on the morning of May 31st,1 Goebel is to this grand jury unknown, appear to have gone eastward, also to-' include'brict.Vorks} in Mississippi; a EIGHT AHEBICASS MI3SIXO. :.. :,
r in an orderly manner. Lord Roberts ward the The ,building and contracting in
Lyndenburg region. company
against the peaco and dignity of the Further advices from Tien Tsin : ':
: f-
i. was accompanied by a small force.. commonwealth of Kentucky." defenders of Laing's nek, when-their North Carolina;' canning factories in state that two of the of i : .
more party
The banks are being guarded. There The bench warrant commands the positions becomes 'too perilous, will Georgia and Virginia;a carriage factory who fled Pao Fu .
from Ting ;
'v_ "-' was a slight engagement outside Johannesburg sheriff or other arresting officer to ar- probably trek straight northward toward -) and A ,cigar factory in Alabama; have foreigners arrived there. One of them was ,';::
and some Australian rest William S. Taylor and deliver Lyndenburg. When this con coal mines in Alabama, Kentucky, injured. The relief expedition .;<'>: -i/;
scouts were shot in street fighting. kin: to the taller of Franklin county. centration takes place there will be Tennessee and'West Virginia; cotton badly s
has returned. The mounted Cossacks, 1 :<\':
After this a was sent to the who hold mills in Alabama,- North Carolina and
message On the back of the indiotment about possibly 20,000 men, may who started in pursuit of the refugees,: : !
nearest British general 'notifying him named witnessesfor out for a time with scattered bands of Tennewiee;'cotton manufactory '
fifty are as 1
persons !
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returned Sunday evening. They report- ,
that the town would not be defended. the commonwealth. The bench guerrillas elsewhere.A in Tennessee; cotton 'and oil millsin ; '
.' ed that they had a fight with the."box- i ,: :
Carolina and Texas
Alabama South
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Lord Lanedowne, secretary of state warrant was placed in the hands of era" at Tail, killing sixteen and .:;_ ,
for Deputy Sheriff John Suter, who is acting ROAST FOR PECK. ; electric lights in Alabama, Kentucky '
war, has received the followingfrom mills worfnding many. Lieutenant Bleusky, 4 4:.

Lord Roberts, dated Orange in the absence of the sheriff, whois in Georgia and. LniMAna North ;Carolina'flowing Tensnesaee Dr.' Hamilton, a trooper'and a civilian. .. r: ;i:
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at Hot When asked what .
Springs. Senator Jones of Arkansas wondd. TIt > : :.
Grove June 2d wori ; 1. ;-
: and 'Texas and
; foundry machine
he would said
do with the warrant he :
"Johannesburg is quiet. The people "What can I do with it? I would Wants Light on Work of Our shops' in Georgia: and .Texas; a i& reported from Pao Ting Fan ;. ; !. \.
.
I are surrendering arms and poniei. serve it if I could, and I could do it if Paris CommissionerIn glass factory in West Virginia; 'a that eight Americans and three members : ;, : :i

Only three Boer guns were left in the Governor Mount of Indiana would handle factory in Tennessee harness of the China inland missioaaremissing. .
the senate, Friday Mr. Jones of The missionaries are' in i't ',
fort. The factory in Georgia hemp factory in ,
Qaeenslandera shipped ; a .
help me, but from all reports I guess .' '.
Arkansas attack j&
May 30tb, a Crnesot, with eleven he will not do it." made a vigorous upon Kentucky; iron works in South Carom great danger. r : ','
1 the administration of the Paris exposi- It was reported that Pao Ting Fa. 'V.r. ..
wagons of stores and ammunition. Governor Beckham afternoon ,lina; lumber mills in Florida, .Louisi
Friday tion commision by Commissioner Gen- was attacked Sunday night. Mr. Rob- *%?"::i -. +
Tennea&e
Commandant Botha, of Zoutpanberg,.. issuedan order mustering out ten ana, Mississippi, 7aii4''weBt
eral Ferd W. Peck. Up to January, insonf. the north
'tJ
his field cornet and hundred Virginia lumber mills intorida 'Qbina'pniesiou'e/
one pris- companies of the state guard. All except ; ; '
1900, he said Mr. Peck had accounted not Mr. Stevenson, of'the Church of t .
Louisiana. .
:. oners were taken in the fighting two of them are located in moun- Mississippi, Tennesseeand t'
than of '
for less the
around $400,000 West Virginia natural and England mission, as cabled previously,
Johannesburg, some belonging tain towns and were those mus- ; a gas
to the foreign contingents and tered into service during among the political $1,400,000 sition appropriated He demanded for expo- oil company in West Virginia; a plan- missing and five: native Christians j i' -, ;

the Irish brigade. The Thirteenth excitement just before and immediately purposes. ing mill in West Virginia; a post dri- have been murdered at Zang Ching. t
know where the balance of the Mr. Norman of the mission has i ,
appropriation .
same '
attacked 29th and stave in
Yoemanry factory
,k were May following the state election last ver manufactory a <
between had gone. The so-called de- been captured Chia Ting two r -
Kroonstad and Lindley. fall. Tennessee; steel works in West Vir-
,. There were some casualties." tailed statement that had been sub- ginia; a tobacco stemmery in Ken- miles from Yang Ching, and is in great I ::

.. SENATE PASSES BILL. mitted contained such items as 872,000for tucky; a telephone exchange in Texas. danger. I ...: : '
FBBJICU
NEAP! PBETOBIA. .
clerk hire, $3,724: for personal -Tradesman ( Tenn. The British cruiser Endymqjn. and '; :
Chattanooga,
)
;' A London special of June 4: says: Sundry Civil Appropriation Meminre Gael traveling expenses of the commis- the torpedo boat Hart have arrived at ( > .
I
; i There is no direct news from Pretoria Thronch With Important Amendment.. sioner general, etc., which Mr. Jones TEXAS FUEDISTS DIE. Taku. -il' .', .

; of 'later date than Thursday evening. At the conclusion of a session lasting believed were redicnlous as "details." COXGEE SENDS ADVICES. '. :
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; General French's cavalry were then at eight hours the senate Friday evening "It is time," said he, warmly, "that Clans Shoot Out Quarrel. In the Public The following: 'i been-; .! .J l. 'j

1. Irene, eight mile south of Pretoria, passed the sundry civil appropriationbill. this sort of thing should cease. These Square srt San Augtutlne. received at the state department fromDowager -1 1 .;

i and firing was heard there. LordRoberta' The amendment providing for statements ought to be itemized in accordance Three prominent men gave up their United States Minister Conger Pe- >;l. H;|i t,d
messages about secondary an appropriation of 5,000,000 for the with the mandate of the live in a shooting affray at the court kin: l' '. :>

ji operations elsewhere and the situation Louisiana purchase exposition, to be law." He then a read a dispatch from house in San Augustine, Texas, Mon- "PEKIX, June ,4.r --Outside' 'r of v -. Jij!! ff,.-....:'. .

at Johannesburg, dated at Orange held in St. Louis in 1903was continued Paris indicating dissension among the day. They were Felix Roberts, correspondent Pekin the murders sad :periec"utons i;| .j K: i
Grove,' a farm four miles northeast of iu the bill after an unsuccessful effortto American commission, some of whom of The Galveston News; by the 'boxeri''"'eeeni to he : ';J'.p": .'

Johannesburg, show that on Saturday, reduce the appropriation.An had been charged with endeavor to Sid Roberts and Sheriff Noel Roberts. .on the increase. The Pad ,Ting ,- : !, .
j at 5:10 p. m., he was twenty-five miles amendment was incorporated compel exhibitors to pay. for the space A few weeks ago Sheriff' George Wall Fa railway is temporarily aban- ': '&' :

from Pretoria. providing for the beginning of the allotted to them in the exposition. He was shot to death by Curd Borders, boned. Work on ,the Pekin and H'f "t ,

Number of Census Enumerators. work on the memorial bridge between believed an investigation necessary. as the result of an old feud. Wall's Hang.Ko'!"',liqe..ia stopped.-' All "t j j j-- t

Washington and Arlington cemeteries, M/ Hale, republican, of Maine, said nephew, Noel Roberts), was appointed foreigners, .. ,have. fled. The Chinese. ._ '..... ,I
The exact number of census enume to be erected in memory of the deadof he personally inclined to the opinion sheriff. Last Saturday the second life government seems'either -unwilling .' .:l'. :'! 1: \ .:
rators at work, according to a Wash- both the Union and Confederate that the Paris exposition was a bad was taken in the quarrel,when-Eu >or unable 'to "suppress ;the 1 '. : ftrouble.

ington dispatch, is 52631. Florida armies. While the bill carries only performance.Mr. gene Wall, son of the mnrder Jiberiff, .' The troops show no en* r ; : >.,

has 292, Georgia 1,258, South Caro- 8200,000 for the project, it is expected Jones, continuing, said that the killed Benjamin Brooks, a member of ergyin attacking;the-'boxers.' '.. .-t !. ; :
lina 748, North Carolina 1,226, Vir- ultimately cost about 5000000. air has been full of rumors that there the opposing faction. "jCosatSf"; ..'- .. r-

ginia 1,093. An amendment also was added to the have been most extravagant and unreasonable Monday the contending factions 'Gave ,as 'these.advices are,.. they :: ;?%
Roosevelt Signs Xetlj Papers. measure providing for an adjustmentof expenditures of the fund met in San Augustine with the resultas have not induced the state department I .:

:. Governor Roosevelt of New York certain claims of the states of New provided for the American exhibit, and above stated. More trouble is fear 'to vary the ling of .action it h..,laid ..\,-,
has signed the Nely extradition papers York, Pennsylvania Virginia, Dela- we all know there never has been any ed, and t.legrams'hav'e been sent to down. The naval torN of the United ,

: 'end they were forwarded to Washington ware, Oregon, California and South satisfactory report as to how this Governor Bayers requesting him to States"'near Pekin,noirrepresented bJ.. : 'i .

2 Sunday.night.-i Carolina. money was used.'OLUNT.1RY. call out the,militia.A '.; one.vessel, the Newark has-not been .' ::1::.r. .. | "
strengthened, "but if occasion should :
ALL COUNTRIES REPRESENTEDIa BUCK DOUBT EXISTS.Report. PBI805EE.Surrender PE1CE. KESULUTIOX. : :J i .
A arise"Admiral Kempf, might' be' re'J"r: ,;; ;>
enforced to almost extent likely to fc'j '
YrAta Lonrenco Are Varied In tb.,Senate Mr. K.... any y
Foreign Troop .TOdelt Have Bee' Marque eo.... !- Order to :PleadBL.'Ca. Introduced- By" be needed in three four' front '
and Conflicting. '-> nfllllnoU. or days', :'
Beat t* P.kIlr.AdTicea .. Before Comml.doo.re.Julius : 1
from, Tien Tain, China, The London Times has the follow Bone.the young convict>who A Washingtbn',diipatch'says:': 5i.: the;numerous American, < fleet _till. at" :; :; Jr<<.<

::1 ---.tate.* specialfor.Peking ing from Lourenzo Marques, dated escaped from the Dade county, Ga.; :tor Mason introduced the'fallowing* Manila'Owing and to,vicinity the ,.peculiar;- oharlieterkof. .; ;::"-1.L'c'; | v

Thursday afternoon with the following June 1st."Beports. convict:comp7 'Hay .29th, is .in jail in. .resolution' United Monday States: ._ # the ,Chinese t': '.;;, :
!'The' hereby 'ex-
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forces Atlanta.The :'' #
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of the most con ictingchaf&cter' > : formidable 'type-are:l unable to Up- &'' .
pressesthe the 'war in
Americans-7 officers and 56 men. apprehension.of young Bone isnotduetotheskill.ofthed ; hope kthat "* -1'
British-3 officers and 72 men. > are current' here 'due to tho : $ ctivea 'South Africa may/eease- : activity of the Boer agents. While China, and ciallyiwitheseoxerafflicted" --f| esp ;
/airnesst
terms to bothEnglaad.audthe .
Italians-3 officers and 39 men. one suction declares 'that ,President nor,tfie vigilance of the police; 'Eels- upon -. ,'. tinaccessibj il). .:\ ', .T'L-: -:,..
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i French 3 officers"and'72 men. : volnnla ,,,: -.Tr'aaaiatti" .. r \ "
Kruger :has returned, to Pretoria for a' rypriaoner.; .t. .\" ..' naval vessels: :The, -department.
-4: officers and 71 men. the purpose,of arranging term of surrender ;. He'visited Atlanta .JFriday.morning, .. '&icPeaee Enreyf At Cleveland. does no5'G'contemplate ,:the"'use of the I i

Japanese-2 officers and 24: men. another asserts, that ,the British 'for.thepurpose.aaheasya.ofp' taon- '!'lie Bohr enttoyrnn :;thatpartyre United State*'troops_ andit'would be ;
The foreign contingent also, took ally going ,before, the. slit.. pardon : ; '
hue been 'repulsed outside ,of, .leelieel'a'i number.:of'eaters ClevelVod di1iC1lltto'1IpUe i.j'-froDi-tJi. forceD ,
with them five quick fire guns. Pretoria. Nothing authentic is knownliere boa 1'1. 'to tell the prison commiasion.thathe .. :, rAt- 150' :opperating. in ,the '..Philippines,"' ,. ;
Oionday.moruing
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It is rumored ,that foreign, troops ,- is thevi timpf judicial irror.; ;it :
,Mr. Krnger'a'where- even were.found expedienLtoemI I '
regarding "
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: : gire'a' eevcralagzt3ted'people .
ieceptiont
D he'Yp
) .t will be opposed at the first gate of the. :abouts"Of the situation, .the Trans 'This;he. suerta; was4he'only.inotiv* .P > ; attending. i. ploy the.,:military arm.- .

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, i IN PASSING. sit in the window together. He calls v
It lIriforfCBUltJ
Tell afternoon and tares them drivng
Sow you ore cone I can thick of your face in the -
, & Calmly; and what Is its memory.-orthl j in the park and to Mount Ternon, f a'Dews.
Hen cairn beactlfnl-ting Of Its grace: and he and Lilliard generally: sit to Florida
IT'1BKEYlil. To it is .
1v SM trot of the earth! ,
and do most of the
It bas smiles for gether talking;
then all IA the rosysweeta !_ wwi. ......... :.;. '
ind occasionally he takes them to a ------------ -- &
; FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900. rean11 ---------------- - - -K - - y. YJ
;I.' has given me actbinRbat tears concert. And every day Naomi feels ..._ Court.
Call to Vrtaber .f dpi R.*d* C i. :Eelelae Bmprrme e ail
'f Astronomers, Sow that the trial of her life is drawingnear. Lion Exrcatire Coi _lttee. j An effort is being made by some of .
are busily: searching yon are gone yon arc tnowa as you
.
t; far another are To the several Boards of County the leading lawyers and most prominent
world. And
yet this one VTtat are the words that rear red lips let But why should she grudge it? Commissioners of Florida: The Or
seems to be more than people eat Jail? She loves Lilliard. She loves alas! lando Good Beads convention, on the business men of Florida to secure 1
i Hen call then sweet They are bittererfar -Martin. She desires the happinessof from the Democratic state convention -
'a readily: hgndle.Singing 23d of March, 1900,, constituted an executive
To tcv soul than the Mttemt gall! both. As for her. it only means committee of twelve persons, which Till meet in Jacksonville -
is now recommended as a On those sweet lips laic Taunted of crimson that her sk.will grow little grayer, of the
consisting of the chairmen on June 19th some expressfon, in
appears 1 her life little emptier but at thirty.
cure for disease. There are diseases 1I boards of commissioners of the of demand resolution
the
They bare given me nothing but tears she tells herself, one does not feel county shape a or a
and diseases Abd, naturally, thereis counties of Marion, Voluaia, Brevard, which will indui the next legislature
the at
pain so keenly as twenty.
Sow you are Zone I can Jay of your trust- Lake Polk Lee Hillsboro Duval. the
some singing and other singing.Two he calls. to take steps looking to improvement -
Of the love that One evening Lilliard is
I ones saw me go forth in
II. the night: ont and Naomi alone. He looks Leon Escambia and Orange, and of the condition of the state supreme $
"They were nothing but dUitther..ereDotLID elected me as chairman of said com court. 9
. million for him-for Colquhonn
tons of sugar are consumed strangely nervous- -
tat dust- mittee.
Under the old reconstruction constitution -
\ annually in this while Only a dream that was bright! hone, of those broad-minded,
country, The members of this committee have of 1663.when the justices of ;
Tour
lore
with Ib hopes, and your love healthy-souled men whose strong
the entire product last year from all with its leanIt masculine personality always seem to been called to meet in the parlor of the the supreme court were appointed for

)t the sources under the control of the j has give me nothing but tears!'" bring an invigorating breeze (into aDarrOW' Dnval Hotel at Jacksonville Fla., life terms, and men who were perhaps
ji jI June 19th. 10 a. m., to enter the the best to be found
United: States feminine household. upon not were placed
including beet i ,
) cane, Sow you are gone! Ab,the whole
I
: maple and sorghum was I j world lone- "I have called to, fell yon I shall duties assigned to it, which is to promulgate en that bench, the court got far behind
i.) barely one I Sever a star has a beautiful jrteanc; have to say good-by." he said ab a call for a state convention its docket. The justices who have
million tons : The bean that was dearest of all to mown y ruptly. "I am going away on Monday." of the county commissioner of the been members of this court since the ><

J' l Has drifted away Ute a dreamt "Going away!" Naomi echoes several counties of the state, to meetat adoption of the constitution of 1835
) fine of the natural curiosities of i Can you paaa onto peace down the vista faintly. such time and place as said committee have been men of excellent legal ability -

the RhIne-the Lanfenberg fall-is to of years "Yes, for four years. My business shall determine. AA efficient subcommittee and untiring industry: and white ,
Who bav!given me nothing but tean? i\\
) : to be turned to commercial has been appointed and requested have exerted effort to catchup
use bv: the -P.r... B., In Atlanta Constitution.QOOOOOOOOOOOOOC3OOOOOOOO04. requires me. And I have come tonight they every
:. :' erection on it of a turbine plant,capable .,,. to-to say something that meant to prepare a suitable call for with the work, it has been an impossible -
said state convention, to submit to the talk and the court
of a great deal to me-that all my future supreme
t; ;j'i producing thirty thousand happiness depends ?on, Miss Bomer.*' committee, and it is believed the immediate is today from three to four years ,
i horsepower>> at low water. Thus materialism A SWEETHEART OF OHO AGO.OOOOOOOOOTDOOCOOOOOOOO. Naomi's heart is' aWL The blow work of this committee can be behind its dCK'ket-it is now just

i* taking the pace! of sentiment o is coming, then. consummated in a very short time, reaching in regular order, considering

) in the show places of the Old "I think I can guess what it is," and should a sufficient number' of and deciding civil cases which were x

: World as well M on this continent ICK, tick tick she says, wondering if her voice county commissioners of the state send submitted to it four years ago.
k, "Naomi, will you sound strange.and 1IIIu.turaJ..oYr.. delegates to Jacksonville on the date The result is that while the declaration a; +

top that Hock! I Colquhonn, I will do the most I can. above stated justify the organization of rights in the constitution of
j President Harper of Chicago university thick it will driveruenaai I desire your happiness as much as- of a state convention of county com Florida declares that justice shall be administered -

1 in a recent address, has spokea It is with as Lilliard'" missioners, it can be done before leaving without delay yet the fact 4

I with great frankness about the pros._ i ll in the range-of the He seized her hands. Jacksonville. is that there is at this time, and has ,}

pect of careers for which college probable, not tolaYtbe "-Then-yoll ,are willing! You have The object of the convention is to been for years past, so great delay in .
possible, that I -Lave thought of it?",he asks, a little organize a state association under such the final determination of causes ;
: courses are especially designed. He Fhonld go 'on construing unsteadily.: ; name and for such purposes. shall be in the courts of this state that the
L said the "learned professions" are irregular Latm verbs to the ..IhayeDa 'rignt to be' Anything determined by said convention. administration of justice between individuals *;

: now four in number, Pedagogy being f strokes of that nciit:ear? I feel inclined else,!*-she 'answers; ''smilingly. "If It is believed that the object to be in large classes of cases 1:.:.

f';'} : ad led to Law, Medicine and Divinity. to adopt the modern pronuneia- Lilliard is willing that is all you can attained can be accomplished best by ha* practically almost ceased. ; -'
| tion of the iuiiaoru.1 orator's require.'! co-operation of all the counties of the
0.. : I DameI r .-*
He insisted that all four of them are ,....
I; and say, liik-er-ol O. eg your pardon t He looks at her in bewilderment state; that while conditions may differ
i now overcrowded to the starvation i Naomi; was that your loot t.. '**Lflliard?, I do not understand in many respects in the several coon Capt. C. H. Johnson of Ocala shipped } .

i point I Well, I'm going out. I promised to yon, Naomi. What has Lilliard to dowith ties, the duties incumbent on the com a car of melons from Oxford onMay ;- !j
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1'. ', k --- : -ran up and see Maria Leigham to? it! .Don't you understand, dear missioners by law and local, interestare 31st, which was the first car to ; ;

?<. Next to New York's $3.\000,000 I I night. Perhaps when I come back that I lore you as much-nay, more,' the same, and theyJbVve many: ,com leave the state. The melons were very ';;. :

tunnel the biggest municipal undertaking my tormentor will have Town weary a thosandfold Dioore-than ever? Naomi mon problems to solwe: fine, ranging from twenty to thirty'

\r f. now on the tapis is Philadel i I or run down. Let him run down,: 'it was not my fault that I have ,The several boards'of commissioners pounds each and will command the i- .

f ? phia's scheme to filtrate its water I j i Naomil Yon don't mind being left been silent all these years; my letter: of the state are therefore' highest price. Captain Johnson has $
1 a supply for a little while alone dear?" -the last one-was returned, marked respectfully andy earnestly requested purchased a great many melons at t .,
;' for which the magnificent: sum of I I "Not at all, dear," ace vered Naomi i 'L-no address.* But I have neverceased to send one or1:more of their numberas Oxford, and will ship a car every day f:

H' $12,000,000 has been appropriated aud Homer, cheerfully.Naomi thinking of yon, and".now I delegates to a'county commission and later on, several per day until all ,r i::

:J;} placed ia the hands of the mayor for I I always cheerful-too cheer want you as my wife. Naomi, Naomi, ers' convention, to be held in Jacksonville -, are shipped. He also has eighty acres '

:ti ; prompt work. No doubt it will be I, ful, golden-haired little Lilliard says after waiting all these years, am I to during the week of the state Democratic in melons at Ocala, from which he will -i M .

...I,: worth the if it sometimes, petnlaatly. But then- be disappointed at the last?" convention. It ia believed thata ship a number of cars. There are a : (:.-
\: money accomplishesthe Naomi is thirty, and it is years thai "Oh, stop!" Naomi cries, a little sufficient number of county commissioners great: many truckers in the county : 7::
J 4 purpose aimed at, and relieves a "bring the philosophic mind." wildly. "I-I thought it was Lilliard will attend the State Democratic with large acreage in melons.

} great and wealthy metropolis of the Eighteen years ago, when Naomi you cared for, not me.** convention to hold the aforesaidconvention. i J

perils that always go with impure was twelve she had received baby "Lilliardr He grows bolder then, .
,.'J drinking water. Lilliard, her newly born stepsister, as and, drawing her within his arms, lays It is necessary that all delegates I! .Congressman fparkmaa's Career. t';.

. -- --, --, the legacy from the ha&dsofa "'dying the sweet face against his breast bring credential.from their respective The following outline sketch of Mr. :

': : t The Samoans are rapidly becoming mother mild," who "Why, Lilliard and I are very good boards of county commissioners.H. Sparkman's career appears in the last
T
Said with accents nnJeOIaJ, friends, but she knows the' truth, W. Loso
V .:: np to date. A dispatch states that in "Child be mother to this child." Naomi. My darling, is that why you Chairman Executive Committee. edition of the official, Congressional;

; a recent cricket match at Haraii the And Naomi has fulfilled that trustwelL have been so cold to me? I have some ; directory:

. competing teams and their respectiveadmirers When, ten years later, their times thought the past was dead to i Stephen M. Sparkman, Democrat

,,; took offence at a decision of I father, gay, debonair Ernest Bomer. yon-dead and buried-you were so Tragedy 7 o'clock atfit.last Marks.About of Tampa, was born July 29, 1849, in
I laziest and most charming of men and cold. But it is not so, Naomi You Sunday night Hercando county,'Florida; was educated
ont of the umpires and indulged in a artists had followed his wife, leaving still love me, my sweetheart of long at St. Marks, Hon. Taylor Bradford,, in the common schools of Florida
, : i' free for all fight, which resulted in her two children utterly unprovidedfor ago?" aged forty-one years, chairman of the and taught school for about three J: .

", ten men being killed and the field Naomi had quietly and natural I:j V And Naomi's answer, though too finance committee of Tallahassee city years, from the age of eighteen to .
',:: being covered with wonnde.l. Just -everything Naomi does is quiet and low for any ears but his to hear, is council, was shot and killed almost twenty-onr, for the purpose of assisting -
how the fared the natural-slipped into the position of I evidently heard by Martin Colquhonn instantly by John A. Graham, a land in jiis education read law under 1
j' umpire dispatch bread winner and house provider.I for he bends his head aud then and speculator and a man of large affairs H. M. Mitchell. ex-governor of Florida -
does not state but bad the incident I I whose home is in Savannah Ga. Graham
Then had come a lover, too poor to there triumphantly kisses her.-The ,' and was admitted to practice in {
',' occurred op a ball field here his namewould I provide for both Naomi and Lilliard; American Queen. owns a large sawmill and shingle October, 1872; 'notwithstanding his +

undoubtedly heal the list of i then he had gone away, to make a fortune factory at St. Marks. duties; in congress he is still engaged in a
i in distant lands and for For several months Bradford had the .. .
t. casualties. "/" eight A Military Bicycle. practice of law 'in the various .
} .. '. yearsNaomi had never heard of him. been acting under several different; courts.of the state; was state ,
A bicycle has been invented that ie attorney:
and somewhat II. .
contracts
f.3 t NowLilliard is able to help Naomi complicated a for the sixth judicial circuit : /
'. There are few bits of newt tho u e a model of military usefulness. In addition of for nine
as general the Graham
in her little school, and the two sinters manager St.
from
1878

; to 1887
satisfactory than that the island of to enabling the soldier-wheel Marks! properties. With the end of 'years ; was a member ,
are happy enough, only-Lilliard of the state and t
r-' Dry Tortugas, with its mighty fortress is young and beautiful, and some man to cover ground quickly it afford* May the mills closed down for the committees from 1890 to congressional 1892, whey ./
a temporary protection two incase ;
has times she frets. men season, and Sunday afternoon Brad
been
transferred to the
navy, the skirmishing party is he was elected chairman; was tendered : i
surprised
ford Graham Graham's
w and and will henceforth There comes a ring at the doorbell, brother and the circuit judgeship for the sixth '
serve as a and also a refuge for them in another judicial 1 i
responsible Area
rJ fortified naval base and coaling station and little Alice Sparrow, Naomi'emai d the night and during bad weather. In employee, circuit of Florida by Governor :.j
Hopkins met at St. Marks
hotel
of all work to
in her
head
; pats to say, front of the handle-bars is fitted Perry, in 1888, and the position of ;
c l' ,' remarks the New York Tribune "A gentleman for please miss.'. a settle up their accounts.
,
I you associate
hardened of nickel-steel justice on the court ;
plate which
i It is tho first such sta'iou! ever possessed Naomi rises in surprise as a tall, About dark Hopkins, apparently bench in 1891 Governor supreme
: serves not only as a means of defense by Fleming :
," by the United States, and it is 'Well built man, with sunburnt complexion when the bicycle is thrown to tbe satisfied with the conference, left, both of which were declined; was j

i just where such a one is most needed. and a head of tawny hair, en ground, but a platform for carrying i leaving Bradford and the Graham people elected to the fifty-fifth congress, and
alone in
ten, and, striding to her side takes I the hotel. The only testimony
,
, It will be a veritable "Gibraltar of the her hand. equipments and rations while on the which can be obtained as to re-elected to the fifty-sixth congress.. t i- .:
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march. A similar attachment receiving 13,506 votes, to 2,573; for E.
Gulf for the is what w
of southern transacted after
protection our "Naomi, have you forgotten me, this comes from
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R.
erected back of the saddle. On these Gunby, Republican.
r
coast, the guardianship of our Martin Colquhonn:" Graham and his relatives. They say Mr.
platforms outfits for two men can be Sparkman was nominated by
For moment the swims Bradford claimed to be dissatisfied j
.. Caribbean and sentinel- a room greatly
possessions acclamation
few
transported during military dys for' fourth
round Naomi, but the next she has operations with the proposed settlement, ago a t
ship over the eastern approaches to ; where roads are too bad for term. During the convention he was "
became
recovered herself and ia and t
saying quite very angry finally drawinga
the canal that is to be. We salute the calmly-how it astonishes her to hear wheeling the soldier will find it much pistol, aimed first at Graham' the guest of the people of Tallahassee, 1 '
4 easier to push seventy-five or a hun and was provided with
flag upon Fort Jefferson Long may her own voice: brother, then at John A. Graham, reception rooms .
dred pounds of baggage on a wheel at the Leon hotel. '
"How do do? I did snapping at each but
it wave you not know than to it on his back. During the pistol failedto
in carry fire. -' t
f Washington. John
1.------- M H- M- H /cu were an attack these shields furnish Thereupon Grahamgrabbed
considerable

The dealers in automobiles seem to "I only came yesterday," he says, protection from rifle-fire ata a pistol from his brother-in- A .%00,000 Fire Ia Tam:>>..
eagerly, "so ace I have not lost law's pocket and fired five times A fire
baTloTet'loked, a useful point in lOaherti.ing yon fair range. When the bicycle infantry at entailing a loss of probably ,
mush :ime. I found out your addressin comes to halt for the night Bradford, three bullets taking effect $200,000 started at:11 o'clock last Sat- '
the an
more copiously special
the directory-what grand in- in his breast.
a urday night in the main business
tent be
ordinary rigged the section -
over
adaptability .of their ,machines for smu:: it Naomi may Graham
ou is'! you machine, which is kept rigid by says he then ran from the of Tampj The losses are estimated -
Sunday nxe.' The great objection of are =: ct changed. Am I?" ropes; this will give shelter for guy-two room and Bradford followed in pursuit, follows:
the Sabbath. She smiles a little. "I would know but upon reaching the hotel porch Cohen, Friedman i Co.
more scrupulous keeper. men. The riSes are carried under the stock$100- :
permitting folks to take their carriages you-bet you are changed. top bar of the diamond frame.-Worn- Bradford fell over' dead. 000; insurance, 30000. Davis block .
r "I shtll tell yon all by and by, he au'.Home Companion. A coroner's inquest was held Mon loss $20,000; insurance, 810,000.
out on Sunday been that it says, and at that moment Lilliard day and the above statement were Jackson block, loss'$30,000; insuranceunknown.
makes too much work for servants and rushes in."Marie. made to the
.
jury by the Graham pe o- J. L. Mairson, stock $25-
le
0 horses.' This is a fairly sonnd objection is out; is it not a shame?" I Mow to Save the Eyes. ple. No other evidence wu adducedand 000; insurance unknown H. T. Vat-

k for the desire to 'make Sunday, Then she pauses blushing, and Avoid reading in a dark room, iu after deliberation the jury return. terlin, loss not yet assessed. Other .
' Naomi introduces the two. the dusk, of evening, or by a poor ed verdict of juatit1 ble manslaughterand tenants losses }()
-; as far as pos ible,-a day of rest for,all "So are Lilliard?" 'Martin 825.( ().
you says light. -Avoid reading during sickness exonerated Grabaml: .
hands' has a'great deal to recommend Colquhonn., smiling. "I remember, and after measles, scarlet fever and The killing produced profound I -- ":

' it. But an automobile, especially the yon .a'a tiny girl in' short dresses, any exhausting disease. Avoid read; sensation in Tallahassee, Bradford' An Orlando correspondent writes:

.' sort that the owner himelf.guides, who always.searched in my pocketsfor ing while lying down.- This is an unnatural home., Much .dissatisfaction is expressed "The wet and dry election returns are

need'make hardly any Sunday ;work chocolates." :Are you as fond of position, straining ,the eyes at the turn the investigation all iu and,the: figures a* they 'n w. ,
: them jet? and: producing congestion. Avoid has taken. stand show that the'county has
: in the stable;:states E.. !6.Martin.in: "I believe ,I am." says Lilliard I. reading ins stooped position, for this: dry by something like 51 rotes." gone

t Harper's'! WHk ;; :At a .pincb'ii"anti laughing. ..Then she sits,d01fJl. '.Ad interferes with the,return, circulationand Gainesville, '. .

even stand unwashed .until MondayJDol11i4. so does Martin Colqnhonn, and 'the y congests ,the 'eye and the. brain now owns ,her" own' gas' -
plant a deal '
J ;Neither coachman speed pleasant;, even gay, evening Avoid rubbing 'he'eyd1rith the hand having been consummated George Barker' 'has;; moved his mill
",' J n'r' C: together, Martin telling them all of or, with a' rough elpth, but:r.'hlr'bathe :a few days ago between Colonel and pulling. machine'' from Waldo io

groom ,ts'aeeded.to take Wou,.or"evenwait the.dangers: has passed"in the them in cold water',twice''day: W." W.; 'Hampton; attorney for'.Mrs.: Lochloosa, where: he has purchased a.

,'" at'horn- until'. ,.It. conies' ,back.. It ;search for a fottuDe-whicbtit 'seems' Avoid'prolonged use":of thejpyea'for4 W.'B.;G ocIwiD/widowof the late Mr. lot, of, cypres*,timber.. ,
is the .ideal SUnday'Jehicle, beating he has,found-and partaking of .the near,.or:'fine work;rest the eyes by 1W., .:({ odwinf rm 'iy owner of the 4 -T'

a even the bicycle,since its use is neither ,homely little! supper .Naomi orders J looking'at objects'at a diat u e.' Avoid gas oiahe+plant:,'and the finance committee Stereos A.:Can s a are setting
1 city council. The : up'
with great;zest. :'dialingjIghtriad"sadden' consideration n their
laborious ate to" impair,due Sunday: changes .was $ shingle mill oa the railroad be-
so and
8.9QO. includes
: : Martin Colquhonn .calls again and ind never ::th whett besides the ,two
\use e1 every* ; Waldo and ,
; rest nor incompatible. ,with Sunday. again.:, He"'comes;.in' ',the7:;evenings,' thing''appears'haryr,and::'theJ letters HS28S-11; : !? aJinIa*:property on' ]hare recently 'Hampton. They

.. elotbea. ;; when:Naomi play, and he andCUliard_ blur;:but,obtain'suitable,glasses.J .which, the:plant, is located. ,of[ rell'timber purchasedquite in that lIec\ on.a body- ..

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//iMnefet:, and boundless'luxury is to beTiee'n .w :
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: ',;{'seyeul thousand dollars worth of 11, ': of the partially digested lumps of food J .,
'I'. :ireih' flowers with which to decorate ; ; I F that are dumped into the bowels and allowed : :

;,]*.F',' tta''oregeigns apartments must pass through; and which before the the l' 1 i to rot there, is what causes all the trouble. ,. ., IXJ t I-'

; :,splendors( of a Bussan court ball every {' A CASCARETS will help nature help you, and t '
f function held in other capitals I '" the with .,
'. .'\.. great id will keep system from filling poisons, !
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:'! I. will clean out the sores that tell of the sys- ., :
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: I i ;i A: new idea in wagon construction, N. :;M becomes unshapely, the breath foul, eyes and ; ,
: I, .'''applicable to those used for delivering .: skin yellow; in fact the whole body kind of :
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articles sold by weight, as,
-l\i't"Uflpe, coal, ice, sand, eta., is to pro- fills up with filth. Every time you neglect to :. : ..
,, ,1 i tfde scales on the wagon, so that its4egntents help nature you lay the foundation for just ; ; ;.
:f can be weighed and shown such troubles. CASCARETS will the ::
carry .
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,: i; In carrying out this scheme every ef- ;! poisons out of the system and will regulate : I..
:1'1 fori has been made to induce to a you naturally and easily and without gripe or pain. Start .tonighone tablet-keep.it up for ,
: { m nImum errors in indications, the, I I a week and help the liver clean up the bowels, and you will feel right, your blood will be rich, -
: !.contact surfaces being so as not to bei.uftom ,face look clean, eyes bright. Get a JOe box'of CASCARETS take as directed. If you ,are not ..' I :
easily disturbed or misplaced by cured or satisfied you get your money back. Bile bloat is quickly and permanently .:;": I
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fa tue. The balancing levers are '
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; K Better. Blood PABAORAffl CAUSED ROW.. YEIERANSIN: "PARADE The New ,York: World giyI..

of several notable"sieges. '
! '.' (" '" length era
'Better'.Health Colored Newspaper Editor at Augusta Next Confederate Veteran Re. ..Among others, it rajI':

j : Xf you don't feel well to-day'you tan be Oa., Narrowly Escape Old Soldiers at Last Given Chance union Will Be Held in Mem.. Khartoum Maiekingawas, 311 days besieged; Be 211,.. ;-:j r

made to feel better by making your Mood Rwgfc Handling By Mob. phis, Tennessee. ; "
" Paria 167 days Kim
For outing"i day ; ;
better. Hood's Barsaparula the jtreatper an.,
5 *blood maker. That U bow It curse Augusta .da., narrowly escaped i The Confederate reunion waa brought days Ladysmith, 118 days)
.
1 that Urad I....., "-..:.$., .or.., salt more violence last Saturday night, to a close at Louisville Friday night 94 days;Lueknow, 86 days.an4, 3
rbeasl ; LttGBtO AT 'LOUISVILLE.JExreiM of the ''old;veterans gone, 62 days... ::.
aia.
,1UOfa14 u4 Get a bottle growing out of a publication concerning The next gathering 'tOt
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01 this rust taeeBafas sad tiegla takfixtt. the Teno. ; The .,
_recent ,killing of Alex will be at Memphis, but while giving the figar
at aad. .1Mi.-qalekJr.
ogee It will briar
4 your blood ap to the Good Health point.Hood's Whitney and the lynching of his murderer Ca.1 .rathag ,Jetbnon struggle for the reunion by thevTenriessee modern sieges The World would' ] '

1'-:. William Wilson. Saturday DlaYla'BIi'tJldaT. w.C1..1eg Erect of city was not a very har4 one pleated many of its readers ">!iEineladed'soaie '
:: Sarsaparilla Bnalai.The because it had been conceded that the of the civil
afternoon
more than 200 white men Gar.derate_ wsr'si.jn?
?:. lti1-- Is America' Qreateat Blood Modkla. reunion would go there next year if Fear people are able to give off-kjod'; .
marched from indignation'' < l
r meetingon New Orleans did not ask for it. The the number, of days occupied besieging i
f ".{" Irlik Marrlatea.R the river bank a mile across {own Jacksonville J.SF
. .. last exercises. connected with candidates were Memphis, .Petersburg, Vickabnrg' 1D4 1
it: For those who do not.leave Ireland, to The Georgia Baptist office on Camp- the tenth annual reunion of the United and Buffalo. i A.t1anta.-AUanta Constitution. *JTePrestrveBcary Uw -*rt1 -

t ::. 'twenty-three, twenty:four and twenty- bell street. Dear Gwinnett, to demanda Friday was to have been the biggest .'?
: Confederate Veterans occurred d
,_ d'-'_ 'five are the marrying ages. To._very. retraction from the editor and at : day of the reunion but an &lm tjcon. 1'JIJ' Palsy, : -

; _:; many of them their fathers can afford night another party was organized to Louisville Sunday'when the ninetysecond tinual downpour of rain precluded the \ ;.*-

$T :- ... oo dowry In cases wbere it can bet force Editor White to leave-town. and, annivereary of the birth of Jefferson possibility of the grand parade which: The London County Council bia_i

t: ? :afforded $100 to. $200 is considered a to wreck hia printing office., Davis was observed at Beunioc. caused a feeling of distinct disapp&nt- asked to sanction the expenditure tt .
E The indignation in the communityarose j $135.000: for the purpose of preset; 5-.

.:=. ,:t<. paid fair fortune.in kind--esttle Sometime and*.furnishing the fortune, or U over a paragraph published in The ban, with services in memory of )Ir. :I meat Brucoe in Louisville.Hindman, of Louisville,(was the bnfldlng at 17 Fleet street; usually;g ..........

;. ::}. -.a piece of land. Often the girl fortunes Georgia Baptist a denominational ne- Davis, Winnie-Davis.the "Daughterof elected commander-in-chief of 'the known ..as the "Palace of Henry YITJ d

herself by the industry of her fingers, !JTTO paper published for years past by the Confederacy," and the Confederate United Sons of Veterans by acclatoa- and Cardinal Wolsey. The doubts

; ?: 'Investing as she goes along in sheep, Bev. W. J. White. It purported to dead. I tion Friday morning after Walter Col- prevkrcaly expressed as to the historical't

';, .a heifer, a cow. have been copied" from another paper .Although thousands',of the Confederate I quitt, of Atlanta the retiring commander t0un43t:1GJ1: for this claim are- 1114q:; .

.,; H When a young man goes formally to "The Bee, said to be published reunion visitors had left the city I had refused to accept a.re than supported by the result of the'h." g Wstero.u.

;;;' ask a wife he brings with him a friend Washington city. It wa as follows: 5,000 persons,attended-the exercises. I election. SAn restig&tlons of the officials of the Count: ., ... .

': ';:.; : whose duty ,It, is to bargain for the "The lynching of William W'ilBOn. They were largely.of a religious character interesting incident occurred ty Council who report that the bnf6. '' kOrktu

.fortune with father and mother, while a popular young mechanic, in but nevertheleaa ,there was applause : when the report of the committee on Ins was not erected until 1C10 when it i j

t"t"5; be conrM the dau ;hUr Though a hard Augusta, Ga., a few days ago, is at .times.'"rom-the_ audience. I resolutions was read. Among the itec- was ned as the office of the Duchy ot'f

: enough bargain ia driven, it Is not always another one, of iLoe damnable General Stephen.D Lee, who 'presided ommendations was one that "the Con Cornwall. Henry, Prince of Wales,4

done in the spirit of old Tamr sins for which R' v nth must be suggested that there e no demonstrations federate veterans recognize with p- had control of It until his death Iai -

;1 was Conagban who warned his son's held relponeWilson'died The Rev.. J. William nriciation the "language of General 16121 i There Is a record, dated a fevjf: '

: Yr?,1"; '", friend (when seeing them off to maker upholding the. ,. .. of one of Jones of'Virginia, who delivered the Daniel Sickles at the recent reunion of yean liter stating that it was.then t"l: rreusJohneoo
It. Georgia .- -- .land
!t:, ,..( ., the match):."If she's a very good girl ? highly sermon of.the occasion, earnestly made the army of the Potomac at Fredericksburg tavern ] It iras familiar to Dr.'J'oa.tIOn. : }
'.';. Conal an' respected ? Ls.. The white the same suggestion and few minutes the aC
.. very respectable, an' likely a and reciprocated feeling Burke Goldsmith and eynolds vjj
wretch
:: to be well-doln an' wise wtut': red the insult fell later caused not only, loud shown that the reunion of Union
why"-In n at the )b* t.1'L'. applause ; For many jean It has been used u s jj Yr .
spasm of heroic generosity-"don't andthfa s yonng martyr but one cheer, by relating a soldiers or Confederate soldiers attended bait drtflser'B establishment, much pa.;. j jtronlze.1 ?Yoa,,.. '
t i. brak off the bargain for a difference *rjthought that well known incident SpotUylvania. by the president of the United barristers. .
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'. :f. -of thirty ibillin's ($G) or so!"-SeumasIfacManus. such a.'i-- .: <-*reer had to besacrifi. jlrs. Hayes,.the daughter of Jefferson States and his cabinet showed that by '- ,: uthrope.

in Washington Star. portraying the Davis, and :her: daughter, Miss that there is no sectionalism in recognition KlfftrtHtf la Capsule.. ; tea.

worst* type= >i ':ainality: is not Varina Hayes,' were oil the; platform of valor of the American ; ; Tills n
? He Speaks Advisedly. only n -. but ad to the" but as the services were" concluding, that of these resolution! be forwarded ebeap cll'mkals. U pat up In eacsale: form ;"'' irtny
'il;" "Bight ahead of us," resumed the extrt--, a copy and wnnfiiddMl to a certain quantity of vater J
'. very had to hasten 'to a railroad station to the of the will fnrno '3
.; traveller to Society Arinyofthe electricity enough to licit house,
{ who was his .
narrating .
experi ,
e $ The ent>r 9,. -twas *o palpably catch a train.. After\hey had left Gen Potomac. : drive an dstomobile or even a railroad train.
; ences yawned the mountain psu-" false i.. d the friends of But this it tvhinr compared 10 the streamcuing -' :
< "Do : eral Stephen D. Lee 'held up to the When the vote was called on this power contained In s bottle or icstet.era ->
you know artlcMly interrupted YOUIi&VJ.. ttL l" 1natioll.. sight of the audience a battleflag bearing there were cries of "his"s J,, tilOC>jch Bitten. It cure Sadlgetfloa. '
t:,'. one of the younger women In the company An indicr dysperca.' ;bllloasnes' hirer and kidney: z
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-" meeting was called the lame 'crepe if bore, when it General Gordon declared the ro!"! trouble sad fill the system with the Tl or ofthe '*:\- '
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seems Tory queer to me and I
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'ica'i Denounced] arid it -
waved over the of :tea : a;
Winnie Davis
tiona but the "n'
grave adopted, hearing {_
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was to Editor White
iv-- a i out. who had always heretofore 'attendedthe
resubmitted the:question.W. '+ JokoDomic
"D3d never see Cumberland Gap Measure.
,: you of tov- -
-is
3 u' % office
te paper reunions of the '
Confederate vet H. BurgynnTof Xcrtt f3.h:1"", '
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miss? be asked. *boot Teaeber(daring lesion OB this;
f ; : while *' even wanted to:i.tar. and erans. General Gordon had been expected who presenteijtha'resolntioss, mads bUitmo of ,,laraelrt.tell me why It VM Je11aa..
, (' r,. And there were no more Interruptions. feathei Ji.'!", or do Hm other violence.The to preside and also to address. the cbUJra of Israel bailt the golden eair. ) a
l.t.. a strong speech"nrgin6'tEe adoption t j :Coifc'tt J'in't '
.-Chicago Tribune. >4 know anleas twa Cat they
, i.,1. ,", meetwhlecii.....,..-?.34 enough t9 make a cow.-LU*. ruturk.

:, : ;5.. .*. A Fact Eiplained.W.es '. cor.6 to wait upon from Louisville and his plaice'was of Virginia, secured the floor *. f.1 u_ t .

'1 : .. Jones-It seems to me that all White dTM :'cm** 'i tfcat he sign an taken by General Stephen D. Lee., nounced that he was oppcitrl '. f llo,u& ,,;:r ire a bad eompaaion. G t'. s ws..

; .. ;- the nicest men are married. apology 8r..6% -iliation of the arti- tOLD resolution and asked that it fc voted T'i, .Jujwing t a bar of Adams Pep =
.' VETS PABADID.: gar Tutututtl after each meal.
' ;.- '',. Mrs. Brown-Well, dear, they were cle.In down. He said: -...' ,'I i
the *_ic .--. m* white had gone to Although the reunion had I re.Deotd .
r -: cot always so nice, you know; they proper, "I want no coquetting with osaYankees j-be
Point of View.
: hare only 'been caught early and The HeraU... ..ronicle offices and adjourned, the veterans who had not who defeated us. For'afJ';j aW
ltoon
l URI'"n rs aaa the clearest head of any
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lamed. stated that Lc know the para left the city paraded the streets of sake don't accept anything from Union"., man I kOO1I!'.., *

(:, graph was in '*"T paper; that it, was Louisville Saturday. There was no soldiers. Vote it down, comrades,;!J ;Dt..cs-n right there U absolutely if ye we
'- Do Your Tert Ache and Burnt : my nott-r!indzChicago iews. vs.g
published'llio is -
knowledge or formal parade, although about 5,000 vote it down." "
Shake Into fthoefl AJlen'aloot-Euea j
your consent; tUit wall! absolutely false veterans in line and fifteen '
were musi- .
'powder for the feet. It makes tight or new The hall was instantly in an nprow, -y E& : lpieDca to dye with Per:
shoes feel eaiy. Cure Corns. Bunions, and he was anus to put a card in. cal organizations made the air ring men calling"vote," "question,' .u,.. ....AtauuNaa : Simply bolllujt you It Xort

Swollen, Hot, Smarting and Sweating Feet both papers rep' ting it andliipoloruing with "Dixie." Every baud in line ",es" and yelling indiscrimisi'' .* t rs-'. I:' .hst'4 neceaBary. Sold

and and shoe Ingrowing stores MaJIfl., 25 eta Bold ample by all sent dniRgiftta FEE}. [ for its pablic-alion! in his paper. played "Dixie," and the veterans yelled There were loud calls of "Gordon!I" "1- 2rrg tINR'r ". ,5native. ,. .. .

Addr M Aden 8. Olmsted, LeRoy N. Y. The following ia the card which'the themselves hoarse. "Dixie" war "Gordon!" The commander came to j "3CHelb
committee dictated for Editor White's the order of the l i ,;;
day. the front and was greeted frantic ''Cc.m".& .
by i .r: 5 in4 ai-> which you lore best- y.kaom1YriOD
Couldn't Bland Ir.Candy signature: The big parade bad been called off cheers that for several minutes Jour in a or utvi* .J ;r ;
,
+' ,; Tikes-Billy, yer brain works when "The infamous article that appeared but wben the sun broke through the vented his voice from being heard.pre- r..."_! ." rya' La...aa Ih'k'o. : a mldd1e-o.th6 'i ;}

-- 7'r steep. in The Georgia Dapt at- on May dismal cloudiness of the week the old When : 11. '" ADa-tdoYEgvc!
... Btu, Coalfat*-Pat settles tit! From d. silence was partially restored i r-: "
ttme on I.refrain frum sleep.Chicago News. 31st as a clipping from The Bee, was fellows could not resist the temptationand he said: ; .efwr.d 1* One Da,.. ;,.('W B Blllsl
inserted without the knowledge or fell into line marching Take tir.i7s KaoioQuixisi: TABLITS. ..AIl"fili.ia..s !
approval throughthe "I trust the day will never eome'while ;
a. < '.
if falls
rofnAd.Uiomoner it to care.
Tbe Best PrecripUoo for ClillU
of the editor of .this paper principal streets of the city. &.W. 4;",o. v -
a and Fever Is a bottle of OHOVK'S TASTILUS I stand on southern soil among ; j pjsnasur U on each box. 5aiLartl .' --
i .' CILLTOXIC. It.. simply Iron and quinine la who hereby emphatically disclaims OLD the chivalrous men of the south when .1 ;:ca*iir
tasteless form. No curs-no pay Price:50c. connection with its publication."I orncsss BE-ELKCTED. I > and Toagb. 'JII Ib
I will refuse to send a message of cor-
r ,. cannot sufficiently deplore the While the exercises of the reunion dial greeting to an (Cheers. "They're got:K new shell at Waahingtoa tut- u itoBo1rJB
A Dticrlptloa of Wampum. enemy. ) will ." .r;
go through anyihiug.I'd
fact that this disgraceful article were in all the officers of the '
appeared progress I know the sender of this message. Ilk to see it tickle my oU father-ln-
"'", Wampum was the name applied to in our paper, apparently: as the United Confederate Veterans were reelected On the heights of Gettysburg he stood law*; calloiua onacienc ."-Clareland FialaDeapt. U.ac

: bells or strings of shells used by the expression of the opinion and senti- by acclamation. The electionwas gallantly in my front and it was my I :1 l. : Mori AUI

: North American Indians as money. Be- ment of the editor of this And put through in record time the -1' :
paper. bullets that sent him to the rear witu |Ja Automatic Device For Reservoirs 5,..tieb'J.
sides'their use as money they were united further I deprecate, repudiate and denounce whole thing 'taking less than one leg off and, for me, I am fr'2: Waitr reservoirs r':'WA&i 4 4to

to form a broad belt, which was the article and all the sentiments minute. The list of officers is as follows reciprocate the kindly ," tb- are automatically != ?"
messaga --l't :at the level 1'' ,
proper by a new
worn as an ornament. In the language it contains; and further guarantee : northern soldiers." 'J. ?
| waste ;which Is f' Ja '
'. ,- of the Massachusetts Indians the word to the white people of Augusta thatit General'John B. Gordon, general Wild cheers greeted tlm speech, gate pivoted on either ; 111'I
tide of the outlet :
signified white, the color which gen. is not the intention of The Georgia commanding. and on a vote the resolution : -with a pocket attached I

erally prevailed in wampum belts. Baptist to offend by upholding any Lieutenant General Wade Hampton through with a rush. weo to the gate at right angles, to be ,7- ;. .4'J.\

r. ---- -, .- ----- _. _. such dastardly acts as that referred to Army of Northern Virginia depart lifted with the overflow the weight <.t '.

in the article in question. I farther ment. ATLANTA CARPENTERS STRIKE. "of the water overbalancing the gate .ir. f'

it guarantee to the white citizens that no Lieutenant General S. D. Lee com- and allowing It to open. .. ."
n Ott; !
.. such offense will again occur in the manding army of Tennessee depart- They Demand That Employers Recognize: h ,'. : '" Si.M"

:, VIraha1.Ys.fnraWrdmpryl.ada.1OVnUrt'Causer. columns of this paper. I respectfullyask ment. Their Organizationf: LIKE HAHY OTHERS i ,>Vl1W

::0. 7 ...tIN Batd.g AwW aaa.... bar irrnlau.d"OOOD the morning papers to publish this Lieutenant General W. L. Cabell, The carpenters and joiners in Atlanta .. ,
....... ... ,.,..IatUy, "OOOD It -
1.1M.t. W........comIJI. min. u, denial and promise to printit in large commanding Trans-Mississippi depart Oa., went on strike Friday. Six Clara Kopp Wrote for X ,. PlaUiaib'B Ad-

'.LMIeeIq...._ PoMr caa.WIIoIuIaIe aDd JicatUlfuL t .new type in The Georgia Baptist. ment.. hundred men walked away from their vice and Tells W&at It did to*B.r. ,1

ar.rr_t tt m tamm Mumemat ca.ar-...*i* WILLIAM J. WHITE, The reunion was one of the most jobs to return no more, they say-until 'il_' '1 ;

"Publisher of The Georgia Bapt 8''''; successful from a" p.tandpoinof busi- their organization is recognized by tteABfME*:PISKHAM :-I have seen I. tBEtt

j .- ness ever held. The work was done employers and their demands compliedwith. so many letters frumladies, who were -:1;f

... EXORBITANT RATES in a manner entirely satisfactory and These demands are for a day of cured by Lyclia Pinkham'a remedies 't "'''

.. the demonstrations made cause the eight hours work; a uniform price of that L though! I would ask your advice 'l,, I'01 .".
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; Demanded Br Kansas City hotels May officers to believe that any feeling of 25 cents per hour for their work as a .in.regard to my condition. .-,I.:' .t'. ',

Bar Democratic Convention. unkindness that had existed toward minimum wage<, or $2 per day, with: Xha.ro;. been doctoring for ; f

As the time for the convention draws the foe of the sixties has been wiped half price of minimum wage for over- four years and have "".4"

out time and double time for holidays taken different patent Jtl .
j L .1, OVT near Senator Jones, chairman of the ._ legal .medicine3..but. '
For anal Sundays; recognition of their:
Democratic national. committee, is in ,
aadronrown. Deficiency Bill Passes. the received very little "'r.
organization by employment of
of number of com- :
receipt a vigorous ,, !-
HIRES RootbeerwineaatrBMtaor The last of the appropriation bill none but union men by contractors benefit. I am : :
from
plaints the members of the national -
troubled with backache
the general deficiency, was passed in builders and planing mill managers.
t It than committee throughout the country ,
In' 1' ct.
ten*oT lot aad arroa*otUim.Is the action of the hotels in the senate Saturday, as was also the my
over
,/Wb.sforrho.otrwAl. river add harbor bill Public Debt GreatIj Decreased.The whole bodyaches, :
emergency pro-
.M IfA dp..l.a. S(i..' Kansan City in the matter of rates. stomach feels
n..M LMY viding for and for sore
numerous surveys statement of the
Many of the committee have written monthly public
.by spells abort .
get
..., certain other works. '
Senator Jones this subject public debt shows that at the close of business ?
on re- '. ,,i 9.reath. aryl am
questing that a meeting be called witha May 30, 1900, the debt less '.. Men-
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view to reconsidering its action in Mrs. (Gladstone Slowly Dying. cash in the treasury amounted .to. : -- very nervous.
trua\iOA.IS.-ery ir
WIlY ,fioiJJoi' SPRINGS) ? deciding to hold the convention in It is announced in London that $1,122,603,811, a decrease for"0-the ....*. .t, .regular: with severe ,-. '.

year blood poIIoIaedt.W.Fan ftN you alF that city. Senator: Jones has taken Mrs. Gladstone is in a semi-conscion month of $2,193,774,' whin ao- bearing down pains, .

.lh.meof rbenmatUm..,rpbilU-an. all chrontoODM the matter'under serious. considera condition.and that her strength is di counted. for- by ,the'. redemption. of Rr" cramps and back ?.Jof"
and blood trouble Sole maker of Dr. bonds.
Howard'Boot Bitten. HUB no equal for Blond tion. dining te dily. .. ,ache.Ihop.tohearfrom : > .
Uver and Kldners..Absolute cure for Syphlltt {
f If takea la thus and no cara.Qected, we will *ij yon at once!- II
TAMPA SWEPT.llortda TROOPS SENT TO PEKING. "
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retondtnoaeypall;, One lliOIUIa'atment by .lltB'L WILL. MEET IN RALEIGH. 1. CLliab, KOPP, Eockport,
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marl S9.0IV Sample -packace 9100. Addr a. r Vu Ind., Sept. 87,1898.; ,
OCOEB XKD1CJJSK' t'0. ClUTTAMOOqA,Taste.OOeLUe.foMr City Loses Heavllj B/ Largest Commissioners of Atfrtonltni Hold Con- : Admiral Krmpf wires,Importaat News_toNavy ,. .;

BUM In IU History. a T.Dtloo.Ana-tut:*0th Next. ... .
.e O ithlnk itaa
"' patt ae ;
duty to writelettee
my a.
? A disastrous .fire that involved_a Thfliinext, the Cotton ---
meeting
'xet -.' p sad;;IDe.tntedl.tatogf ...t.to loss of at least, two hundred The situation in China ,was ,almost ..to jcu fit; egard to what Lydla.E. s
, ;, a fir 00 a_ atuD ; u thousand, States association of the:commission- : Pinkham'a
...& ,, V.. Ys dollars broke out". In' Tampa, Fla.";'at- ers of :agriculture will be held in the sole topic of discussion among the 'wrcie Vegetable,Compoond. did.

Jl o'clock Saturday night in I the 'N.'C. on 26th There officials of the state Thurs formek :you some ,time ago
#4 OPIUM iMbBPffiNEMMbeili Baleigh, August department. describing; -'symptoms and asking
building on Franklin street occupied 'will be a three daysj' session.'Allofthecomiaissienersof. day. which .
.. '. by the dry goods hot se' of OoneoFriedncann ; your adTiee'1 youeryt Jdnd1rpre.
eiettliilttito.l4taP1 ", agriculture .The following cablegram has been lam' now: h91tby and cannotbegin ,
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1 nee 'Wiiii "Uafo.(tir-cf'rr & Col, and at.1 o'clock' 'state chemists, :directors of .the received at the navy department from : ;
d1 dtoo .iooltbQail3Attaat.hs;; ; to'praise: remedy enough.
f! ; sunday.faoeoingthi? blotiil4tdtlseksoli t.ta-- ; t *.:ret ,the senioriwtdron.commandelrpd your
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ass :b. 'otL '; I t. Bta 'aasociatiojrrr f Jr* 1'o lf.VWaaJW1.1t IU, Qne'bni.dx5ed .
= : J ) :iferinga, madlMrs.' Pinkham, from her .
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A ... 0"S X Dot Declec& a Ooash Foley's Honey and irCold.delar. i \
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cai court. I arLaoanotwatoai .
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v. Description of Land. C. sk 3Ibetfc :; Murder in the second degree is tea danaaoua Foler' rompit ll.t iaaU 1 i iHoner
d thma, Doaa4leaunt
i I and Tarla + ,
i .; 00 defined by the laws of Florida as aafe ud IU thl1 with otherm.dtcIwre. I
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Rr c: t .jJ = ; .
d tu. taIsd to
: = ;: g 1.follows, : "When perpetrated by .Coatdn.nooptat.S gi I
# -.. t) d Ia g.ae.nteed os rel1ef.
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; F c: < e : any act imminently dangerous to

others, and evincing a depraved CONSUMPTION. u CRIPPE. tjl
*..._...;...:...... ......2 lots in Cockney's addition to I mind FOle,'. Hone and yotha.hadth. ::1
regardless of human life
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Starkc I
bounded on east by I I Tar does not hold oat pr.h.hlt ae.a a t
land of M L Johns. outh bv without : {
:afp: i I although premeditated del fa1ae hopes ID MftD u blem.dida.nk.F.tags. .
Madison l 5. .
street, west by land
l 50IIt>> :: of Mrs Mary Weckn. north by f I j sign to effect the death of any individual I ..but claims key's Honey end Ta "
relief In the nrJ' wont h.al logo. an
uyaas.- I Mrs land Mary or F D W Hnllmgiiworth
had; ?. Ktarke....... .... ... ....... 14 91 second degree, and shall be punished to.Qectas.rw taeld.ntaltothla :
i f 'ogere.... ........... ...... one-half acre lot W feet north I I .f F' I 5CROUP.
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-; and south. 215 feet east and by imprisonment in the State PNEUMONIA. t.oa.anda .
U1d west, bounded north by lAnd "
of L A penitentiary tor lite. of infants DrJ 0. Bishop, ofd
Miller west by Und
be. of E A Morgan, south and east ehndten die te r1r ne.,Mich.$87at"I baIt ...
-ndof by Pine street, in town of of JURY'S WORK.It Craap.vert one Foley's Hone ,,

Starke ... .............. 312 is understood that the hew Innooenp cook and Tar in thta.
|iO Saunders..2 acres lo southwest corner of jury lays bwn..redhidFo revue. at Pasi '
r nwV of 8wJi in town town of stood nearly all of Thursday night or. Honey and Tai aka the pest moath..i ,
d Starke .... .... ... ........ 4 50 th.mia r..alta'
,.' rnrer'.l: Richard.......... Lotsabebloek 2inwvnn'ea4- nine for acquittal and three for 11v

dl.lonto-t-brke...... .. :..,.. .... 204ar..t'r. of murder in the ',' ;
guilty first
P .......... ..... .. lot t. blocK 1 Llving.fun. Truln' degree, i BANNER SALVE is a Healing Wonder. ;
and l';(>'11! 1.uhdhhdoll of neY'olnrX the charges to the jury requested 1
.. ............. ....... .... 2l 6 2": 4 : ) ...L-:'"- 1
remp I r.. .. ... .. ... .... lots 11 and 12. block 11 'ft"lUplp'" by the dett'ndant's'attorneys and -: --:--- -- -- -

I" addition tt'tark ... .. .... 162 by the court to the beto bring }in a verdict of that charac :and the foreman of the jury asked 1
j Temple .... ............ .... and it seemed for time that the sheriff withho d the b'eak-
ter to
E church varson&I' lot, eas f Iy; ng the cause of the inJt>c1sion. a

+ land Episcopal of 51 church 0 !(chard lot., north west by b.r One of the jurymen stated to a rethe trial would again result in a'' fast until a decision should be

31'i Church strretlnStarke....... 2 53 porter that it seemed to him that hung jury. About midnight one I reached, and soon after this a decision -
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ph Ieller i acn-sln east half or ne34 otw ijat ,
ofnl'} .... ........... ... ;. ) (3 -, 7 300 the majority of the twelve seemedto of the jurymen reviewed the testimony I was reached as given to the .

Waters..........___.... block U Uasktns addition UtStArke. from start to finish, and court. i! \
.... .. .................... 422 lose sight of the evidence, and .
f known. .. .. ........... ... .. 1) acres ID lIOuthetut corner of were willing to base their decisionon brought over five other jurymen to I It was rumored on the streets !;: ,
sey4orSeY\ .. .. .... ... .... ... !9 6 22 5 162 I .
RWitkovnkl I ... .. .... .... ...... that part 01 210 felt square?. the argument ot the defendant's his way of thinking, and the jury yesterday that an appeal would be .. .. ;

bounded north bv land of Rw attorneys and the charges prepared !! stood eight to four in favor of taken and several attorneys ex- j
w I Thollls". Tholllal I
hy east lAnd by of J L Galkins'n..1iofll. strt'f'tw."t by them. The three other jurymen 'I murder in the first degree At pressed the opinion that the :; :\

f !Y .. ....... ..........: 29 6 251nksown ,:
. ........... .Hots UO fret north and 1I.\utb volunteer d to stay in the jury-j Breakfast time yesterday morningroam Hewitt brothers had better accept ";

and lli fret oallt unit west in until doomsday rather than 'I I Ino decision had been arrived at, I the verdict and be thankful. 'I'
r lIOu.ht>a"t corner or DrX of St'49! 6 X" 1 92 .
IIItrfW Floreus... .......... eor" n..1ir my ... ... .. 31 6 :!'l :0 211.1 sr- .....!- ""
i ames JohDlIOn ..... .. .. .... ltOuth half of Bouth hslf ofnwLof! --
nw1i .... ... .. .... ......:.... 81 6 2. 10 2 91 : ...* ;ROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Roberta d: Co............ .... swy4 o1 ney4.... .......... .. .......81 If 22 41 97pknowr a. .. ..,. _
........ .. .... .... try of sryl ot.outh half or nwk ..:.: I x*v* xvww"tv>--i vx xSN t i v i'"'-'VSV

0 s"' _._..._....... ............ 31 6 22 00 2-18 .. .c WILLS !>. =
W 1'11111C ... ............. 8 acres ID 8W 'Orn..r of 1\-%" ofa Y -. r s s I JOHN C. M. .
'" X ofn\\.I( .. .. .. .. ......... 3:1 6 2! 8 24$ Owner. Description of Land. '-5 ,
aknawn..... .. .... ........ .... tIt'4ofllt-_ ...... gJ: 6 2'J 40 132hby ;.a: OCJ
Lr.thrope .. .._.... nofnw" of ewA: ::::::::::::::: 34 6 '1 2* 21" r 1 1o I Is PHYSICIAN AND SURUEOX. '

ell lr.f'U.. .. .... ........ .... ey4 of sty;.. ... .... .... U 6 r0 392v .. L | '1H -
.......... ..... =: 4 c t
IE Bradley .... 2acres In a square III nw, COrnel ., DISEASES OF WOMEN AND OBSTETRICS Ate
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..... ... M 6 2 2 162IDJltl x :1
of nw4 of ney4. ..__.... ; c:: C: ..
.........v............ .. qPX: of awy4.... .. ... .. ... 85 6 .... 40 38: 0! SPECIALTY.
111siJJArm trong... ......._. south haltolnw!{ slid 'Ior halt .
of rwX.......: ... ........ 35 6 2'l 160 768 -Unknown. ..... ntf" of nwJ4 of nw* ....... .. 25 8 22.aJ Office with the Starke Drug Co. '
SFXfm. ..... ... ......-... aooutacre"beKin"lng&tnorth. Chas Rollt'rt8ant co.............. swtf......... ............... 2* M 22 1 \0 !;: *< '
Wt"llt cornerof eastludf of nwk; Susan L Alderman .... ... ........ w}"( of lot 2...... ... ....... .... 35 8 22 20 il 'T- STAUKE FI.A. '. ,
section 3.'i. thence west to nw1( .
corner or till id stetioo south ADDITIONAL j, "
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36 and two third yards east to Mrs Avey Stilley ". .........'..... 3 lots 157 ft n and s, 35 ft e and w. T H. COLSON; M. D., 4
1II'I't mentioned tract, thel.ce bounded e and a by lands of ..; < I
north to beginning.- ...... 35 6 : 20 3 )4' Q Saunders nand '
]tF Le'l"is.; ... .. .. .... .... ..... nof" oe4....... ........ .. .... 10 7 19 t-O 2 lIS.rOStben. Sophia w by lands formerly owned by !
R ..... .... .... .. .... IIIt ofne.l( ............ .. .... .... 4 7 :2l HI) 54.QluJW.bei..t Louis Witkorski. in Starke. ., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON: .: :
C.o........ .... nri( (.rnl.1: ( and n",1i of nwy4.. 4 7 :D t4< .,.... .. .. ......._. .elf" (\flot4............ ... .. ..... .... IS 1 :2) 40 .8'; WALDO, FLA. I "
1 B Jot1nI.. .................. lot Ii ......... ...... ...... G 7 00 80 K -' tUak6Dwa :: Bradford ,'. :
....... .... .... .. nof" lot 4.. ... ........ .... 6 7 8O 40 131 Q. W., ALDERMAN, Collector Coultiti.INOTICE. W t .
., .1 ........ ... ........ .... 11.ftot6" ........ ........... .... 6 1 20 40 132
ChuRoberti&Co.: .... .... ......lots 3.4.ba8,7.8......... ......... 'l 7 oO 410:! 609wPTirk. T\ GOltNTO.. .. f .': i
..... .... ....... .. ......1 acre iO'-80uthwt"st rorner cf '" .
lIC.lCof ems, .... .... ........ 8. 7 iO 1 284 4
UDmU.\vD..f'! 4 :... ............. .... IIW.lt 01 ne4 and nael!y of twy4! of *. \fe
nrXo'...;....... .,. ..... 10 7 20 60 2 Ct ,. ATTORNEY'A7'LAST.t :., a
Cb..Itht"rtI.tCo.. .._...... ..... nwy4of nrJ ... .. ............. U 7 00 40 9i3WStoore To THE TAX PAYERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: ; r .. -
.... ... ... .... .... ea'y3otSwX.... .... .. ...... 15 'j !ll W 415 COMMERCIAL: PRACTICE A SPECIALTY.STARKE. '
;lWore..... .... .. ....... .. ...se4ofsrti1s! a2acres.-, 16 7 00 &I 181VTa Every tax payer is requested to read carefully the foregoing advertisement y "
llefld and lortgAjl'e Co. ... .. nt"! of nw J(.................. .. 20 7 20 40 131J FLA. .j :
'_ W M QI'e........ ..... ........._ east half or net's of ney4 less 6 of tax sale, and if lands upon which the taxes have been ,
) acres ........ ............ 2t 7 20 14 248 .
JWfore.... ............ .... nw of nwk( leas 18 acres...._ .2 .,. 28 8 06Unkboan. paid ate found to be advertised the owner of such property will kindly ss
......_._.._.... .... sw 01 Del( .. ....._...... ........ 2:1 7 20 40 L 31Xlteh.llIiII. J. E. FUTC1I t
s ... .... ........... ....Ii .Qrth lIdofbt.1iofne24 7 2tk 15 13.2WaUa.e notify me and, Iwall.stop the sale of the same at my expense. ,
sM.t Ills..weat half of nwy4 and nwy4 of -
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I w:sw44...... ..... ..... .... 25 2.1 121.1 959ra G. W. ALDERMAN,
4 wgaa..... ................... A., B. C. and D. subdi"istoniftkotl I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .
> / block It town or Sampson Tax Collector Bradford County :.
: i ..... "'Citf.. .. .... ..... ...... 154ftla.u. I I Office in Hnnk [Buildine. Stark-, FuTHHOS. ,
................... ..: .b4It'islnn of A and Blot 13 --+'
-block 12 town of Sampson City 4 7. 21 6 :sO'R .a
C udibel'Jtf'r.... .... ....... eel of seX ....:... ..... .... ...... 8 21 40 1 31Unknoxn Would not Suffer so Again far Fifty j Strayed or Stolen. E.HUGE
lt .... ....... .... ..... east halt of seX and II"' or ,
ee.1l.............. ..... ....... .. II 21 131 886 Times its Price. One large bay mare; left fore-
.fMrb aYer ... ...............swX ,.f self ............ .......... 11 7. .II. 40 1 al I foot branded {} .
.UII11o.'Wn.: ... ... .. ..... .... e-"of..w o.neJ .... .. .... 11 21 20 rH I awoke last night with severe considerably enlarged;
{)&.&&dKite..... .... .... .... .. t of awif ...h....... .... ._.... 13 7 21 4U 4 53Cha'1 in stomach. I felt on left shoulder with letter U." ATTORN-AT-L.t \". !.. ;f
t:ob its and Co...... ... ... nl'Ji ........... ....... U 7 21 a) 97WB pains my never j I'
alley. .. ... ... ........ .w ofseXJ.J. .. ..... ....... 111 j 21 40 131 so badly in all my life. When '11 Any intormation leading to recov- Corner Cherr and Jackson Streets. Stake \'
TAKalght\ .... ... ............ ... west half IIWI less a acrt'S In will be rewarded.R. t ;.. j
northeast ('Orll..r of nwy4 of .. came down to work this morningI ery liberally ...

wXC ..... ........ .. 2) 21 r 4(50haRoberta felt weak I could hardly work. j jI R. COOPER. J. T. WILLS. A. V. LONG. ,. ? C-
and Co... ...... ..X of s erlXnfs.. 4.- 20 11 0 II$! so "
Jacnb. :Rhame.... ... .... ..... .... s%" of .. IIWIt ........ ... 21 7 11 00 292Clmat went to Miller & McCurdys New River, Fia. &: LONG, : "-
..... t.r.\... 22 21 I'O! 1-19 "VILLS i ,
<.obertaaudCo.... ... ...: aw!+ ofnry4andnwl( : :
Unknown,.. ...... .. ..........._ nwy4 of.t 144CN'1I:1I south- drug store and they recommended '" ., ,,.r"
: 'wt'8t corner.. ......... .. ..... 3) 7 2J S6 4 61 Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and bst I
W J Birn .................... .... sw,,. ..r nryj .. .... ... .... ..... M 71 21 40 1 47Unknown : (JO J- a t.. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. -
..... ... ..... srX of nwX--....... ........ .... .. S6 21 4U 1 II- Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked
....................... 2 7 2'l 40 1 81AJ r +
Morgan ADd Richard............. sejof ow.I( "w Office in Peek's Buildine, Starke, Fla!
Miller! .................. .... Dc'4ofnw\ ...... ... .... .. .... 2 : 22 t.. 131UtIctbwu. like magic and one dose fixed me W ji r
...................... ... w-"ofnwJ" .... .. ........ 3 7 ll 218RtLks all right. It certainly is the finest [: ____ __ r
.grr and lchard.... ...... nwY I of IIW" ... ... .......... .... 4 7 2. -10 1 3 I o o u ---
W A i one Jr.... ..... ...... .. ney4nf awJ and sJ4" of 8""X of 22 '''' 5 Od thing I ever used for stomach .A a 4I > LEGAL NOTICES.Administrator's ->;4. ,
. "-or, nwJ( ufs\\ >- .. ...... .... 8 7 21 304 trouble. I shall not be without it I I wf .

timed CI.rk............ .... .. .... IIW\ of nt'01 swy4 and south in my home hereafter, for I should !i Notice. I a
hiM of IIW.Ii' or ueX or swy4. U} g L .
less I acre.................. ... 8 7 22 11 156 not care to endure the. sufferingsof I c SH = IB hereby given-- that all In- 1 '

J A Johnson... ........._........ wes halt of nw 4 of neX less 8 I last night again for fifty times II ,--, -1:1"uf': +3A I NOTICE' to the estate of S. D. Hayes persons deceased f
and nor nw)4 ur n..Ii' 107 .
acres
3 ........ ...... 8 7 2: 34 2 .8 I UQ' late of Bradford county will pay the same .,
lptoS At'N't& its price.-G H Wilson, liveryman :r: rJI to the undersigned without delay; and all persons '
( 1 acre In northeast corner or 11'- ....
ofll\'l" jof ne 44..... ............. SDIraFLSlchnls. 'Z 1 170 Burgettstown, Washingtonco. I I 1= present having them: claim duly authenticated against said, estate within must two ,. S t

............... .... east half of nw.l!( aDd ney4 or ,
i !! 1410 336 Pa. This remedy is for sale ... Wpia years or this notice will be plead In bar of their
... 9 -
s- .. ..... ...... .....-.. ..
.. .. .... .......... .. 10 :It. 41) 1 81 recovery. ,
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Rufus M Cto.te..... ....... .. say : f swX. 7- 2: .w by J. L' Gaskins. I I'Q C. D. DOOLrTTLE. 4
Ut>;known........._..... .... .. ... n'll.lt "fnp\ .... . .. ..' 10 : 132 May 4. 191'0. Administrator. f !
....................... 10 7 22 40 -- -- CI x
... .... .... .... .... .. ... ney4ofswX. i rn .
WFLLiCY .. .... ........ ...... ar'4 lleJ-t ofnw.l( and nof 7 ...*.'. 30 3.0 A Card of Thanks.I ,. 2
'. lIo"11orn\ .... ........... 1 I I (/
.' BenJ F Jones.... ........ ... ...... South part of swy of sw.I aDd wish to say that I feel under I i I W W A c Application for Tax Deed. ;
'J all of swX of seX east or rail- 1. .. I xgS 4
)0)
>': road........ ... ... .- .. 1 72i 31 ill 7r9 lasting obligations for what Cham OFMCK OF CuBit-OF Citcurr COCRT.V .

',.i UDkoown....,.... .. ........ .. ..18acreslnn\V\'ofuw.I(.. .. .. 1. 98 berlain's Cough Remedy has done I I a Q ia :punty of Bradford Florida .. t ..1
Gatate Building and lOan ASSD. beginning southeast corner of c.0 r..1 To all whom it may concern: aWHEREAS.L
have used it
1 mirth halt or nw M of IIWX of for our family.Ve .U.Stringfellowhaepreeentedto ., ." .
awl( I't'Ctinn 20 and ruuulog'l't in so cases of coughs, lung I U cD. me Tax ., '' .
'\\ 435 fret to a point of beginning many A covering the following land In said county of "' ,
thence north 210 feet trouble and whooping cough, andit bo 1 :ell(Bradford toowlt: .-. ;'

west W feet, south "l10 feet, has the most Lots 8 and 9, block 1, in Town of :
HS'i' fret to beginning In always given per Mw Worthington. L. I;:
east nwy1 orsw,1i....... ..........._. 20 7 2'l 460 fect satisfaction, we feel greatly P.1 tlk <4 1 Sec. 33. Tp. 6 e.. Range 19 e.. ;.t s: '' .':.'t:

J M Lee......... ...... .. ......ea8t.futlf of ney4 of bW.t and Q cio = and upon said certificates baa demanded from go \ ..
nw.l ornt>J( of nwS4..... ..... 7 L! 30 21'10 indebted to the manufacturers of a .:w me a tax deed to said land. 't rk

Unknown.. ...... .... ...... ...... 12area In southeast corner of this and wish them to ac- rn tLf ... Therefore take notice hat after the expiration ;
\ ... . .. .. remedy u :a .
neJt ornw.\ ." 21 ; 22 12 iota of thirty days from the oats of this notice, unless :
H Jarrett._........ .... ......... ewof nwt1............ .... .. 2l j 40 243 cept our hearty thanks.-Respect- [: you shall have redeemed said land In accordance ". f;>':t-:
Mrs Martha Wlggins; ....-...__.... S &crt'S In northeast corner ofsey4 x atsws ,t with law. it is my intention to issue a tax deed to s 4
of nt'.I ............ ..... 25 7 2::! ;j 1 16Unknown. fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, t' > the said I. O. Stringfellow for the said land in 4 i, 1-. 1 >':''
.__ ... .. ...._....... u.ofnwJ ....... ....... ... 30 1 21 -10 1 48swJ Iowa. Sold by J. L Gaskins. :; : rIJ accordance with the provisions of chapter 4674. "., _
.. _-_....... .... ......... ( of nw34 and ney4 of swX Q Laws of Florida. '. '
and lIe3- of ne\ and nwS4of ax3 Dated May 3, 1000.
.. .. .......... ..... ..... L 160 ; :, a'to '
.<" self 33 7 515 FOR SALE-First mortgage of ........ !: [SEAL] W. T. WEFRS,aerk( t C t, < _
.. ..................... wor 1It'\. ......... ... ... 14 7 = ylt 240 Ij O. fI:1r By W. E. WA1NRIGHT, D. C. I ;
HNorton.. ... .......... ... 10+.01 'Scommencingatnortheast $600, payable in instalments of .. .. 5-4-30d 1. ;
of W of beand o : :
corner running south.l0 8W yards north $ioo each on November 1st of each b C -n

f 210 yards, east 210 yards to I with interest _
f beginning... .......... ..... 35 7 222 10 268 year, ten per cent. .e

,,. Mr Martha Wiggins.. ._-......, C acres commencing: at northeast secured upon dwelling: in Starke. -- '
... a
.' corner of seH of ne j and running -
. south 105 }'arils. west 210 Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH Skin Diseases. .J i
vIf yards north 105 j'arts, east to office Starke. COFFINS S r'
beginning................ ... 85 7 22 5 204 '

TJnknoirn....... ......... ........ swJ4 of nwfc' except 2 acres in For -
: A southwest corner ... ........... 85 7 22 88MO 1 62B77 the speedy and permanent cure of CASKETS ". a 3 "

;:.1 1': tnw..r.. ................ .... ail.1 8 if'. ( tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
<)l J Olncent. ...... ........ .. seX of nwy4.....;.;...... .... :*i 8J i! 40 143 berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is ,
M J Vincent.:.. ... B resrommencingatsouthwest without an equal. It relieves the itch. and a fuil line of ::1'
corner of swtf of r*% and AJ ..YI r
running north 220 yards east ing and smarting almost instantly and UNDERTAKERS' "
112 yanli. south 230 yards west its continued use effects permanent i. : ; :
t 112 yards to beginning.. ...... 2 8 32at 5 814 '
Oha. Robert andCo. IIwXofDW''.... :S 8 40 101 cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, SUPPLIES.W: .< I. z
((has Roberta and Co ey4 ofbe.l( of neU .... ..." a 9 2* '20 72 scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, ,' ,". '.
Chsa Roberta and weltha1fof nl1i and seX otbf'J( 5Unknown 8 !:2 20 153 Always cheaper seeds.. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and Always on hand. The best > ,'.
wX of wif of swJf,1 .._.._ I& 8 S 120 94 In the end than any : s
FQ Brown .%" of "* .............. }! 8 22 70 161 that only cost half as much granulated lids. service at the lowest '-., : ,
T/HendrlckB .. ... .., .....aofnw" ...... ................. 8 :22!: 80 2 fJ) (Tested, true to name, fresh and tI
John-Lewis. eor a.J(..... .........;.... 12 8 22 80 240 reliable Always the b at. Ask Dr. Cadj'g Condition Powders for prices. .: j
Unknova. BW* ...... ..... .............. l' 8 22 160 393 for Ferry's-take no othe horses are the best tonic blood purifier :
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1 'Fruit jars and rubbers at Farmer I .. . .
I. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. & Ensey Bros.' ** .'..--t.at'.1.-" ..): "_....-. '- ,..... .P"'<''t,".. !< '-' --"...r''.-' ,.}':' ':\t'' .'j...f..1..>"'-" iI." 'T"...r!. t '.',.".:<';..:: -,
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': Fruit jars and rubbers at Farmer Wild berries are unusually plen- ;'.:; ': :.1 ) t, ......".': .. ..

I & Ensey.Bros.: tiful this season and the toothsome. ;-. I-'. ".. -...,...."',; : ... ,. 't- ,. ..r., ." t.:'
huckleberry pie is again with us. t .] ).... ) -. -'Dlt' T.1'm' .: ,....;,':- .1
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ing. Good work low Men may differ m politics, re- .. .v ..:;_1... ... ."......._" .. ,..>. ," .> ". ...,.',. ..\; ,. j .
t; prices.Smith .....,_.. ..<_.;.1>; -. .."+"". ., -.. .'.. _. ., ; '''-'.! ,1. .f'-
Zi I ligion or finance, but all\ who have ,, o. ., '. '-
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accepted a : tried Banner are agreed as ; .. '- '" r. ; V
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it position in the store of J. G. Al ;; to its worth for cuts, burns, sores, ; ... .;l' .....-, ; ;. {.I'. 't \

varez. I piles and skin diseases. Its the r--t.- ':'t. 'i't.'e 6' ,... .)" ,},' o. :oS.
medicine in the I .. ..;. :: { I
h Cycling has i its ups and downs I most healing \ I -.. ,: .. ..
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world Gaskins. .
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After the downs, use Banner Salve .: J'y -

t" if you're cut or bruised. It.heals 'D. M. Gornto, Es0as been i.tll.notj'e( ) : to regulate your cooking

the hurt quickly. J. L. Gaskins.Mr. appointed the 6th election census district enumerator of Brad for I .' : ,II .. by.
and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of I ford and has commencedthe .. ": 'V c less BtueFlame:; Oil Stove. On the <
county
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New River, were visitors to Starke '
t Tuesday. enumeration. ; .hottest'claysypu can cook whatever you

"ri Small ,-in--size--- and. -great in re- Fatal mistakes--are-made by }:: ch qs'e.in '.ivhatever'wa you wish, without ,

those who do not heed the earlier '
sults are DeWitt's Little Early of bladder Q ,Ir. ; .sufering 'any. additional discomfort .
f. Risers, the famous little pills that symptoms kidney or =- OJ: comfort ;' ,
' I trouble that often end in Bright'sdIsease _<, :while: 9JJ.jQgThe you'll gain

:' cleanse Gaskins.the liver and bowels. J. L. diabetes. When Foley's .., .' -- --J T, -- ,-js'oi: .**it:orrr;::jipc the advantages of using a

: _. ___ Kidney Cure makes the kidneys ,.. .7". : ,>t :..tt "...'..;" 4- .!. ),'. ;.r-" -'..... .:,or: --". '9 .no .
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.. J. E. Futch, Esq., visited. relatives well how foolish it is to delay. J. .f- ., '

' J at Montbrook Sunday, returning L. Gaskins. _. ,:' .. .. w_ :-(. essj"' !- ...0.1 Stove
'1 home ,_\ "r : : &i&me. -
s-. _.. Monday._ __ The attention of butter consumers c '
f:; A fatal policy is to neglect a i is directed: to the fact that G:' t It is'hazi dfk1i a'ctialstAVe;'a%iflca.PA; and cheaper. The Wickless Jlue 1.

backache or other sign of kidney C. Livingston keeps firFt.clas5.-..... iJ Flame OiltSttvisa6soliiy'sfci 1' drdmary kerosene, without wicks -
ice. (
butter
i trouble. Foley's Kidney Cure is a creamery on : and catttssetier.mokt: ; otS !
V-f: '.t' -, ; steelotssi .-
i sure remedy for Bright's disease, The Chinese ask, "how-, ypj f. ._ i iidr ; : yarfoa r raroiJisi.aoldat price to raU: any mud ;
.f. diabetes, and gravel. 'J. L. Gas- liver?" instead of "how do y.g ', ;\ J .Lpo< lliokt-whet4ma: tot.tII axaioMi'irthls tfe&ler doe not have them write to tbe f

2 kins. _ for when the liver. 'is actrVethe ;.- "J\. ". &. ...R;, ..-: tiSTANDAR1.-" ..._.........-. .-. ., feo :'to>< .... MPANY- _
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i; r Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith, of health Early Risers\is-good.. are famous DeVyitt's little Little pins .':" ,k,"",....., '". -. -.w' !' .:.-.1. .t.... ...,.,< _...:,.:.;....'-'...'..:'-i....{o.,.......... .';:-':' :" ..} __ ___. .. I:
Lawtey, were shopping in Starke .
for liver and bowels:' .J !
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I; Wednesday. Gaskins'_ .'tC';<,t' '. ,.AThousat3,. .t''':<'!IfS fdagu6s'ezpre : =. ...... .7i'.w";..4'.. .".'t-,. :. at6espetted. I Later
All who suffer from piles will be I I B. P. Smith left "for ; P ot:: ; $ rtberapturenf ?: vi1C. be inspected { Woman's ,. Years
glad to learn that Sunday;; ..a ,
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{I I two weeks visitwith* his 'motber.! Sprihx;oIK!2tHnvtri: Jue raAdudnti3nbt"Patric a m. by
Hazel Salve will -
them instant
give : < Houston
and and other relatives in the westernpart ;; r fputjctotbatleJphTaZSfewfcen Those years which usbtsI "
permanent relief. It will cure -"she' ) and voS Webster. The
of Alachua : T : in the change of liff a]
eczema and all skin diseases. Beware -- county-- ''::''.'-: .., .. ..' Di.scopery..forvC 'triptrop; J1 d' comp steady growth trying ones, often filledwithpaiaswcakucsa f1

::0:;{ of counterfeits. J. L. Gas- Backache should never b ,;.neg*. completely c itred; <%.of.a. hacjdng. latelvud' p'epdtd progress has ;.;tt;

,:'. kins. -. lected. It means kidney disorder. cough that ::4>r .mipyi'years" hadmade' been 'iiw2lejWfh cJril1. ocrrous ,

J D Gaskins has returned home which, if allowed to run too+ J long* life {a\ Dur&ntMll: % other 'r Tjgrids'oli he company ending in some fataImalad i w

il11' from Charlottsville, Va., where he may result in Bright's disease; dia! TemediesVan; '\;Jdoctors lpuld give I eau his post insanity. Nothing will catty'; :S

has been attending the Universityof betes or other serious- and 'often bern t,"helpVut. shepa !y of, this opt b'e day'ot1&ecfigtr, and that a woman through this ordeafl ;: .;

Virginia. fatal complaints. Foley's Kidney royal cure |xsoo:' reimwed the a fine h &t esmade when and bring her out strong aaii
'% pain in my:cnesi aaciIE? :eak. now thehspeiicearriveFspeeta3act : F. P. ',
.> Cure makes the kidneys well.. Take well as does Q. (Gcrs&s!
'. Reports show that over 1500 nothing else. J. L. Gaskins. sleep sojjnscarcely >.dm tn. !:z.can pttori j ll be paid Female Panacea). Its toniC v Icu'.
: 1 lives have been saved through t et' renjifoDefI aPlng 'ti fore. by'ilte iUpectbl's t1st e'.esecutinna .ptoperties enable the systemto. ;

use of One Minute Cough Cure. John Q. Wills has been appointed feel like '.:( un mgVits': praises tnemrru4orm sand to the stand the shock .of this great ,

; Most of these were cases of grippe, express messenger on the A., throughout\ e,>' UDlY Se.'F W So saierlyb'rif ioE the nieiriP the change 11-;

,..w* ttk croup, asthma, whooping cough, S. R. & G. road between Starke will 'every-ongwbotri iJvJving'sNew Uf wtf i .... tick foe..r.nyean.fferlnqfrotiS._ ;
.( bronchitis and pneumonia. Its and Osceola. Mr. Wil's' is a bright, Discover ;for:;;5---* jWle.- -r i I CiraYE.4 c..ng.ntLIes tl.. doctoiT and w.trlad paid ant"a rouidertbM rjthinK we lei lor cet.tttab.newttbaat.n ..e...%."
tv early use } , prevents consumption.J. energetic young' man. and hisfrierds the throat cbt.of: :!lung'rice I I50c. lr 6.F.P. i l( L. Gaskins.Our % ; 'snit yr.n. It u the rraatxt ranadj for .ntettegfelbta.rr
Astait gincident of'vtbich'Mr. ..,
confidently'-expect to see and SI: ,;TnaE'bottle .fxe,.at plaa.d.n tha ntart.tIt. '
c: ( him work his way to the top in J L Gaskins.. .st, ..Q t e;'!'e. .' Jobn;OIikeai f rttilad prta: l'r-!)' $! : J.D. Eobaas.Cotma Mfl,tea '...
customers who have dressed li l Ir) otraU7eoTRtd br FIn UttBEAiTinrHOTHKS t
UyowraM our
; was Jectris narrate J1
bottle guaranteed 14 the httnas4
j chickens to keep over night may the express business. .. :... itf' .:,. bu 'in amnstrdy .1 oJ':11.-' .. MAKE HAPPY JIoatcc.Yii.I '..."'
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: MHOdenc*for free ad - " use our refrigerator for that pur Ivy poisoning, poison wounds' If troubled with'rneijra3tiirfrgiv -? "? >t" -- T.
"." pose. S. L. Kramer & Co. and all other accidental injuries Cham berJain"s.fairi. : 'ltialm; a trial -! utmost j alsye sunken; tongue (.. ... ?.j'P MJ.OO A BOTTLE. ,r" .
It will not Casty } ls tit tt 1 UrootkWttMdoM not bandte G.F.P. atk fclra ..
: Unless food digested quickly may be quickly cured by using De F t>oated, nxkontinbally-in, bafan3 Mad Yr-fc::MlMrwln* _d a your order and.PLOD aMn
it will ferment and irritate Witt's Witch tfazel Salve. 'It is does you no ,gqqd e.ap q.I I st; F i appetite. aa r tUrwcC. "npaJd.a i7
the } u u 'v
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stomach. After each meal take a ajso a certain cure for piles .and.. lion will relievetbrfatn; ; t't'it-Jt(Asti..ores ,, "gro uin 1t r 3day q 'day: -:, .-,. .-lJUie04- .".. ya( ...Chattanooga. ..,..-*Tr .. .,..
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teaspoonfull of Kodol DyspepsiaCure skin diseases. Take .no other: vf!. : sprains t aiiiiE' >---1-bfui!;: }fjig-?< L. Gaskins third the time' .( r lf b f. nY2,
.a.yaset3' byfaacotlttnu
bthiend
It digests what eat :
you _-_ c > other treatment-fflsdtns: ;' 1it XWil.J od{;1.
r. and will allow you to eat all you lfter ; ,ui azrourrea4ers whctliorttot "
Why not buy your 91e ts frostbites: qUlnseyf.ln'i)9'J} : ; p" + ;
need of what like. It
you never they have been in cold storage and side and::I cbest.ghfi: ;W $ "J :{& .'any:tpiat, 'ordinante': i"
fails to cure the worst cases of rgrbddipg4F
wingo: deuosiwigto
made tender. It sw lJi s'are"qurCktlleiFt : ? ;
costs no more- prp ,
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s 'r dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take tbelfie ,ttti '
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t" S L. tea: '' : : i.aic tai'm! !
only 10 cents pound, plying'itKj vjjrtPrice d\. .. 'ataf Ilrr. :
!/J J. L. Gaskins.J. .
4 o.f.debi istid making:wood rat3fo'the
Kramer & Co.For 25 aw atvJ Iz ;x I Yeq It e p satrt h .t li ; : '' "
-- '-- : 1treets1.1 :And' :if''therf.is'publsb;
Dowling
B. ] ot Lake Butler, "
':;' was a visitor to Starke Wednesday two years Ira W. Kellev, of Fruit jarst "'"i-n-.J' 6 ..-drdinan' h .':....'l .'t..e,,',-wilf- ...y'ou... ,(;: .4,
Mr. Dowling was a candidate for !Mansfield, Pa., was" in poor health I & Ensey .r. 'f"1'; ;l t a t>> 'If:,. ">',.
... account of trouble He --"" $&% 'tSQarisar; neatness and '
county treasurer two years ago, op kidney Painfully. :;; '". cecency
; and made strong race for the consulted several physicians', and ..: .:.? Hg_ **S. 1r r :?-'" CITIZEN. .'

. office. As the campaign approaches spent considerable money for medi- Tate Dente4.son :.-"' f Fy .Jfo? ta1'ke., /Fla, June 5> 1900"J';., -' *
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... ot Sheriff .. K ;-'B -
cines without relief
; his is obtaining un- :t'lto "
r name frequently Wall anothersmalf. o"T -; > tiz.eil's" inquiry is much
'a very
til he tried Foley's Kidney Cure,
heard in connection with the "
treasurers race this and now writes "I desire to'add ly ,burned TuesdayBt... : ])! the' pint, as very many persons 'i- a
iF. year. with see o'have whatever for
; no care
somefcguo ''
my testimony that it may be the poste'"4 o rtl e 4j
\he .
f of the ( : \
; Starvation never yet cured dys- had come into appearance streets o ;
cause of aiding others. J. L. Ft1ontfr the '
If: pepsia. Persons with indigestion Gaskins. out the knowledrdaeats. ( '* towt2. :2
Pinethc
, ; are already balf starved. They The little" r ? Thereare. ordinances fully cov ,'.
4ir3 need plenty of wholesome food That Throbbing Headache shallow trench, plac td :;the ering-tHe; abuses mentioned by ,.

" Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests Would quickly leave you, if you ounzes of the po -l A- $1 i ltgesitjen't a more "Cit zenz and they should be en ''!:'

what you eat so the body can be used Dr. King s New Life Pills. I touched ,it off; l4 !' forced. ?One does not have to goy' 4.

nourished while the worn out organs Thousands of sufferers have proved I close! to the trenchdotb1'ceived further than Call street to see aty

are being reconstructed. It their matchless merit for sick \'ery.pa manner jf paper and trash flying
is the only preparation known and nervous h.eadaches. They young shenffs' facet flsfred I about anil'giving the surroundings yan

that will instantly relieve and com- make pure blood and strong nerve into a big:blister hd lhIio1 It + .i. fr'I ; air of ;;utter disregard for the '''>

pletely cure all stomach troubles and build up your health. Easyto limbs were.painfully'urnedcwb i : < Iwsof.cleanliness. Much of this

Try it if you are suffering from in take. Try them. Only 25 cts. his companion got both '.his, hands tmTd''eas ly be prevented' if ourC.ltIzens

digestion. It will certainly do Money back if not cured. Sold byJ. burned almost! to a crisp;! ,f 1:,i-: ;!;' 'Adkias; would use a little care
J. L. Gaskins Medical assistance w&jjBtiimnH: v wbJh'cleaning their premises.
you good. L. Gaskins druggist. i } ct svcadyouitgx .
-- -- -- ---- --' .-.- ed immediately after ,thlicc>')dOOt Y.'kihs.hasust.te't 'I), We IrSstohat "ntizen's" in-

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eckert de- A Permanent Appointment.C. and the lads are no ; t.tpprovfir! ;. fnec1 troaiRAblt leIGa.;,v6er quttwilhave. :; the effect of causing

parted Wednesday for Kansas R. Epsey has received a but will bear the m r'U"Oft.tbeu" opliiifaur.ioets' coGrse ari tbesii; ; enforcement: of the
City, Mo.,where they will reside very experience for some ,yGf Y '.3;! ordiriahcc'aga(njst the .
complimentry letter from Super- ; the Gec r ia ;Ndr tttCtnl ege atid depositing
for the Starke to ;f- ) '
present. regrets of.trasb *
,ion out public fir
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intendent Hale, ot the Southern B>iie 'IhStitutcii's'schcio | thorough-
lose these estimable' people, ann making his ARE* YOU1 t f as ra 'ta" b .#.res.. i.....,., J ,11".; .....'"
the hope is entertained that they Express Company, ap- yttle .."" ,,' ...--..O\. r $i. .'......J'.' N".t i
poir.tment as..agent for the com- .t. $ for I o alr arptal TncJ : : :
will be : ,
return some day to again a BANKRUP'ijconstitution "' .i
part and parcel of our town, as pany at this place permanent. : J > : :
they have been for fifteen or twen- This action of the company will undenw= neV, :1Ci. : .1' .8: ,',,
meet with the hearty approval of ; "" t. 'I '
in pij .
eating ...
ty years past. its this Mr. travagance ..'. 11 "f. )!' ,, .
-- patrons at place { .Lt); nc' pce f: ,; ...
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Last; fall I sprained my left hip Ensey is courteous and attentiveto garding the laws of na '4 teAd.i .: .," U""

while handling some heavy boxes. business at all times, and he physical capital all g9te .;," : i Dy.se: P'SIar)CurepD
Thedoctor I called on said ar firstit will give the public most satisfactory '>

was a slight strain and would service. NEVER DESPAIR_ $ 1s. t t v ; ess'wha!,YQutta -II.'ft' ;

soon be well, but it grew worse Editor' Awful Plight.F. Tutt's Liver Pills..wfIl. yoy' ? f\| It artlfiailj digests thrt food M< and the doctor then said I had
}?atutSlnstrengthening.and: ;recow.4. i
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rheumatism. It continued to grow M.. Higgins, Editor Seneca, For sick headache, dys' '-ctJ l5g tl'4 exhausted dlgc tlTe '"t 1

worse and I could hardly get roundto (Ills.,) News, was afflicted for sour stomach, malariarm.4; j._.i'afta yltlst i tom+ifelateefdtae3vereddlg.. sk; .
.314 bthu lot
work. I went to a drug store with piles that no doctor or I
years '
biliousn ; t '.U1 JftJ"
liver r
constipation, t
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:'; and the druggist recommended me remedy helped until he tried Buck- r+ > ?tel tes&Dd pettla ilrt i iatt'tI
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: -:'- to try- Chamberlain's Pain Balm. len's Arnica Salve. He writes i and all kindred J ..,. 'fI'.1iL... ,
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I tried'it and one-half of a 50 cent two boxes wholly cured him. It's Tutt's :1lt: ""'iv "- '
bottle cured'me entirely. I .now the surest pile cure on earth and ti

;".- recommend it to a'l!' my friends.F. .- the best salve in the world. Cure an absolute &!I N

A. Babcock Erie, Pa. It is for guaranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold r

. .... sale by J. L.'Gaskins. by J. L. Gaskins druggist. $l'.UO TfiLEUrcAPH.THE: : Q.1.. 1 _

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