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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 15, 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: UF00027795:00403
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VOL. XXI. ,, STARKE, FLORIDA, JUNE 15, 1900. NO. 52. ',

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I COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS.. W. B. HAYNES N. J. JOh ES

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: Revision of Registration Books- {

? .Many Names Stricken. I.

! @ @ The board convened in regular Early: buying'; 1

r session June 5th. Members present 4 ,

i.. k @ J. B Crews, chairman pro
tern., W. W. Tumblin G. ,
: : @esespea ,R. Ware "":-meansLong .
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, for The minutes of the l last meetingwere ;
: satisfaction.
: : @ @ read and approved.. i.

@ themselves Fanny Johns was placed' on the ,

. @ invalid pension roll at $2'50.per, .. .

tl: ... @ @ month. Realizing this we have displayed our Spring and Sum- ;
Beautiful Scotch Lawns For assistance to J. F. B. McKinney :! -i;
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r 27 inches '
@ for June was appropriated Dress :
mer goods somewhat earlier this season than r
: : wide, only 5 cents per yard. $2.30, and $1.50 for relief ofPleasant '.

@ Delhaven Dimity, ice per yard. @ Mills. usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding j ;
The petition for a public road "
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.; @ Merrimac Shirting, 5 cents per yarda @ from Guilford to Providence was the season. : :

; @ bargain not procurable elsewhere. taken up. After investigation theboard
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found that all former action COME, LOOK AT THESE THEY'LL' : ,"

@ Three quarter Bleeching only 5 cents @ taken by them was illegal',, and ,
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proceeded, as the law directs to PLEASE YOU : ;
: @ per yard. @ appoint the fO'f! wing committeeto .

mark out and locate said line
Lawns White
Figured and Solid.
I @ '. .. @ and report in writing at the next '\. ;

; r If want PK.' meeting of the board:' John W OrgandiesEvery style and kind. '.-. i;
@ you @ Osteen. T. A. 'Moore and Melvin .' '.,' -.
Weeks. DimitiesWhite and Figured. ?'",1v:
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: @ The death of Mrs. Polly Ann l'

you want the latest styles in that popular @ Hazen being reported, her name Dotted Swiss_\Vhite and Colored. ..-' : S :

fabric, and this store offers the up-to-date was dropped from the pension roll, Dotted White j Lawns. ... '
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c ideas. Our PK. and it was ordered that $7.50 be ; .
trimmings are a novelty, for burial i ..

@ too, that must notbe ignored;'by correct @ paid The cost bill expenses.in the 'case Statevs. I- Piques and Nainsooks. .". w' '

dressers.HEADQUARTERS. Rufus Taylor was taken up andit Linen LawnsBlack and Figured. .:" ';-;.* .- .*

@ @ was ordered that the constable 'I.,.. .. !!/

; @ --s-, -tU"" -tii @ bill be paid while the justice bill Dotted LawnsLinen E ect. '," '. < .. ..,
was refused for the wagt of proper

i i @ @ case.investigation and report of said\\ Dress Crash_Large quantity, from 8c to 25c.per.. yd. ; '.

i FOR PULLEY BELTS A petition was presented ti PercalesEvery piece a beauty. ..

t I have the wire fence along th I ,


.I @ AND COLLARS, THE, LATESTM @ till from Hagaman next the meeting.Itemized public lands road..set back Laid 15 over feet; Our Prices, Will Help You to.-. : :x


statements were received -i .

I. '. NOVELTIES. from the following school! Economize.. .
districts and flit d: Lawtey, Sampson l lME

,Palestine, ;Lake Butler, Ther- .. ..4
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.'. @ I @ essa.The*and following Hampton.list. of names was W. D. MB ((D; ,

J.G.ALVARI3Z. stricken. from the registration }!,
I IIi' books and ordered advertised in ,. .,

the BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Fy
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Bly, Isaac............."....Stricken from book s ,
tireeuArthur .............. t
J' Gone.from. county
Glisson, ................. ..
! INSURANCE. :ElaniEJ..DIST...... .NO.....8..............Dead LINE OF


, .. Andrews Willie..................... Dead ,
: :. AdklnM.. E ..................
.Gone from county;
H Adkins. E R........._............. *'
Burnham. Louis A......,....Gone.from. dJa..trie t GROCERIES

' ;, J. R. DAVIS & CO., Cha.Ponnor..EF W..... ..............i .. ".. ;
Chase.DC..... ..... .... TINWARE s
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road, Geo ......... ..... Gone from oounty .
\ STARKE, = = == FLA. Lone Chase.l"r..derickE.i".......... .* ".. \ zs. HARDWARE
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HewittHA ....,.......... ,
\.... Hewitt.cB ...................Convicted. of"felony Y
Hartman, R' P.. ....... ........
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I 1'>. ,:', James J H............ ....... Gone from county GLASSWARE ,
RT .. ....... ,
Knight '"'' ''''''' Dead
\...'l". .... Linton, D.:...........rJS&..Gone.from. county !
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f. Pel-mentor. J P ; ... PAINTS,
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! t; I ESTATE OF Pope Penuenter., WHHoiisoQ. .S...... ....:.a... ...... .. ..
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Henry
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Rollsou JamesScarborough ..... ......... Arrivals.
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R B. Removed from district
J.. L. GASKINS !Starbird, f L. ..........Oone.from. county.. Its riot extravgance to buy ; y
Thomas. H............... .0' CORN
'i Richard R R....... ........convicted of felony the best; it is economy.

, :: '; STARKEr Fla. v York.Well,0 Frederick..Reaovcd H.............. .... Gone from from district county; We're sure you'll find our OATS, '

,<'.", f'.AiiJ DIST. No. 3. Butter the sweetest HAY
" \ our Eggs 4
iJ' Dealer In f'f Alderman, J D..Remoted...... .... from.district1)owllugJ the freshest and i
: BDowlins.RN our Vegetables -
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: ............ .. the choicest. '
f / / DRUGS MEDICINES ,at"4 Kralich.JDRJordan,John M.............................DeadRoberts. COFFINS, ,
: E c.... ......'...Removed from.district. We do not claim a mono :
Weeks, M A........... ... CASKETS andUNDERTAKERS' :
.w .;..' -a nd-' DIST. NO.\ poly of all good things, but we I

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t t.. DRUG Dec Burk s. J J J H.............. .. ....Gone.......from.....county.Dead guarantee we GOODS. r
1" SUNDRIES
r Hall.Moses: ..............Removed; from districtHazzard have is good.
W. .......
. James........... .. ....Gone.. from* county
Ivy.Iatth..w. ? : G. G. LIVINGSTON.
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e .... .'..'. Q. C. LIVINGSTON.J. .
; Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Fine Perfumery C4 Jones,. S tHwzo.Kerce. "V......... ........... .. ..
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; Lloyd R ...... .....,'.. .............. '"
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Fancy Hair and Newsom.III. .Dead
'; Soaps Worn.Thomas.............................. .. .
................... \V. Nichols. C. P. Cason. ,
'f Philpot.P H Gone from countyRollersF.L
: Tooth Brushes, Rubber Goods fa: ................. .
man.B ........ .. ..... .. The TELEGRAPH to-day containsthe C. P. Cason is a new entry in
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.,",'-' a Specialty. .. Smith Stephen JD!>, BS..............Removed....Gone.from.from district county announcement of the above the field of ccunty politics He '
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'f. ... ....... ... named candidatefor
.t1: Slidum EBTavlor.Xoah gentleman as a has yielded to the suggestions uf a '
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FINE CIGARS, ) Weeks, H W........."..." ..,...Gone..from county.Dead the office of county treasurer.Mr. largenumber of his friends and ?
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, Woodcock Week Sirribn BT.... .......... Nichols resides in the eastern will be a candidate for county '
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if' > GARDEN AND. ...... ..... .. a. of the Lake Butler district At
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John .
Woodcock .. .. part treasurer. He would] make a ll
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Jeremiah
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\5 ; FLOWER SEEDS"' Weeks Wilcber.Malcolm..... .. Removed? from district and is one of the county's most splendid officer. ..._ i ,'
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industrious farmers. citizenno -
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DIST. No. 5. a -- ;
' /- .... ........ ... Bismarck Iron Nerve :
:: ; Goods always fresh and clean. Careful and Dufnrar.Godwin.! R Thomas W ,... ........Gone.......from......county Uead man in the county stands higher. : ,
He drlcu.J K...............;Gone from district He is of the very best stampof Was the result] of his splendid : '
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:' ,I prompt given to Compounding I H arnage.IM.Hama.................. .. district countrBilliard. citizenship, and if "he is electedto health Indomitable will} and tremendous .! '
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; Physicians' Prescriptions Hunter.cH county the office of treasurer the not found where +
. _f* day or night. .Johns,FB..... ........... .. district peo- energy are
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_, .. Johnson.Sandy.. ............ county ple of the county 'will never have stomach liver, kidneys and bowels : ;
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:.-"" -=? iKelley.GB Johns Lloyd..................... .... reason to regret their action. I are out of order. If you want ; i ''
J .......... dhtrictPeel w'
: \ Murrh.J M these. and
qualities' the ;
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\ :-- ,- ., Renfro Ransom,JE .W..... .......... .......... .county Dead! Cycling has its ups and down they I1t ng. use ,Dr.(King's New

Riley.Alex..Gone... .......... ..romcountyRejfHter.TP district After the downs, use Banner Salve I I Life Pills. "They develop every
FOR STYLISH JOB PRINTING'METHIS I tehis Ii............ county if you're cut or bruised. It. heals !I power in brain and body. t. Only f
FIC E the hurt quickly. J. L. Gaskins.
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7 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. NOTICE OF TAX SALE.' .l i'\. 5= .. M:.... I: ..

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; UDUSntrO hereby Riven thAt the foRoWID described property wW be sold at public auction on Owner. Description of Land. ': *_ i oQ Ar )
ver.rlday at N10TICF.III .
D DAY OF JULY 1110O. a' Startetile couDtJ".of Bradford State of Florida, or 110 a .; 1t "Raa

'TARKE RADFORD COUNTY. oFt much thereof as will be Deceaary to ply the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the I: c ci = .

same together with the coat of such a1eaad s ..ertl inii' ,: t t :
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ko Chases Thompson. 2.: 5 22 10 21
Fla.. June 15. 19OO. of ge,4....... .. ..
= nl"OT htone. ... .... .... ...... .. .f nwy4 '

a :i E-03 Frank Oougt"r.................. ... Ijorth of nw'thint, o.of n.east..thrcwgeartera.. .... ... .... 3 5 r.: 10 II 55 ./':
Owner. _' Deecriptlon or Land. w
-:: r.1 cc.... BHAlden.............. ......... .... south one tbird '"norm' three... 2. 5 2l 10 182
Senator Frank Adams of ,. 1Gj -:: quartt'I".ornw.. "
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A ....;:... I oS 3 I IWl1ite........-....': .. .. blklOtnd lots L 2. and d. .block 22 941 The k
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per, president of the senate at the I: t 9. town of Lawtry. i
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:: last session of t"e legislature, is u: vJ VJhlpman:-hipman g..ardian..... ...... .wX of nw\\ .n.. .... .... :........ 23 I 5 a; 40 ,8 92OeoPost '.- High

....:... .... ._.. ...... ....17acresonLakeKing ley 'avenue
being urged to enter the race for Chas Roberts &: Co ...:: .... nwX of nwt;'..:. ...'"" "" "" \O 4 19 40 96 town of u"teyofowWotnll..J- .. .... 21 5 1- tel 1

Cba" Roberts A Co.......__.... nwX ofllw ... ..... ... .... .... 2:1 4 III 40 !r."Q 0 v ott.... ... .... ... ...... ...... swX ( ... .. 21 5 22 10 _S/j/ ,, with
the chairmanship of the state con. Hrown. truster....... .... .... liX ofse-, .... .... ...... ...... ... 21 4 19 1:10: 1 49FQ MrsEPShipman.... ...... .. ..lub 1 atld21n half block town .. 2- t
Brown, trusk r. . ..... .... neX and eX of nwit and n-"of" of Lawtey...... .. ..... ... ... .2 5vJ l1
    tp. vention.. t, s.34....... .... .... ..... ... .... 25 4 19 S0 4& 91 ....... ........... ... block 5 anI! IotA I. anel 4. ,
    Sblpman. 2.f3.
    ::r.,' -- ___ I Unknown .... ...._..... .. ...i.ae1.i.. ........ .... 27 4 19 100 25.1 In half block I town ..awley.23 5 22 14 07 ..
    tJ --w Chas Roberta &: Co... ...._...:;.. .X:...... ......... ...... .. .... .... 204 4 19 820 4 iiI JWCPl't"-... ... ... ... .. nA".ofDlIHofI'e1 .... ..... ...... H 5 .22, to .tn ,
    "v.. Senator Thomas Palmer F Q Brown. truhere. ... :...JI) of nw!( and tfllw!( .31 4 lit I(L j 1.FQBroWD. CA Cannon.. .. ....... ........... seX' .ofllC ....... .... .... ...... ..r., Ii 411 366 :
    ..".. of trullke. .. ...... .... s.-,/ f sw14..,.. ... ., ........ .... .' 4 19 40 97 ............ .... .... ...... s' X oflW'J............ ... .... .. .3 8 18 4J" '161BHHal
    'f' .Hillsborouejh and Hon. Chss Roberts .t Cu. ........ nw ( ofow.'( ..... .... .. ............ 33 4 19 10 IIti Unknown.;. .. ...... ....... .. ... .... sw5of nr3j..a.y.. ,... .. ; I g .' 6+ 18' 40 '1 8 'i I \ \\
    county :
    Fla Commercial .. .... .... 11-%" of nr yj and sw4 nf'o...!( ands Koon: ... .... .... .. .... sX of se Y .... .-...... ..r'.. <<41 k
    |11- Duncan U. Fletcher of Duval ofnw 4' and .w% of sw34. .. 3J 4 19 240 3 R1 Vlnf'Y nknown. ......... .... ..... scyt' or n1I'1(.. ...." .... ....... .. 8 : : ::3 1
    ; ('hBSRohl'rtll&CO........... ... nw34 vrltw .... .... . ....34 4 19 40 r. '\0 TIt.on.... ... .... ...... .. ... n"4 of se'4' ......;:..... ... ... 9 132tineyAKoon ...
    J" have both been for Commercial Co ...... .. .... nwX ot 8W and 11-%" of IIw34 and .... .. .... ... ..... % swi... . .. .. 9 6 : 20 tosw a\\\1\ \
    c-< suggested srX.......... .... .... . .... 21 4 21) l'ift 4.3.9 X of nwi/.. ....... ...... ...... J2 6 40 5 iChasRoberts
    k: 1 : chairman of the state democratic t'hIlARobert. &: Co......:. .... ..:. ill ef...... :...... ... ... .. .... L 4 2I 640.B 77Fla .tCo.... .. ...._...... 1I1' ofllw\: ............. ... .. .... 8 IK 40 1n t
    Commercial Co..... oX of awS4 and n X of seX and :; nknown........... .......... ... 8t'31"f nw .i.... .... .... ..-.. .. 114 8 II'J 40a:1:
    :it :I ': convention. sell of seX .... .... ........ .. ....27 4 24 600 8M Dr fen Keath.... .. ....._ nei( tlf neX .... .. ... U IS 18 In

    W John P Coffin .r, .......... ...... anf....neX "nd 1'ot". nwX 'tendwX Uoltnown.......... .... ..... ...... nl' otl.t! ..... .... .... .. ....... 14 6 18 40 133: tVlnpyAKoon. .i
    ,, a h f a of Unx wX and nw X of .... .. ..... .. ..nw go. fWX.... ...._..... ...... 8 18 40 217X I Sh'il'
    candidates X and n.of" Jut 3 and oX of Unknown .. ... ..... .. ....... sw'jof sw, ... ..... .... 21 8 18 40 1)1ChaaRoherts&Co. :
    County seem disposed sor lot 2..... ... ... .. M 4 20 400 5 61i : .... .... .... oX'ofne.l .... .. ...... ....... .... 4 IS 19 80 14tChAA ;, .
    f't.t' Chen Roberta Co ...... .... s34 ofJota and 8..... ..... ..... 34 4 20 b3 1 32 Rohertll & Co.... ......_..... oX of8t'J.... .. .............. 8 8 19 80 149
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    delay campaign as John P Cottt\-. .. .... .... nX of8w and nX of J.ot" ... 30'S 4 20 120 306 Unknown.., .... .......... .... wX of swyj...... ..... .h.. .... It; 6 19 tO! 217UnknoW'n
    ., long such is ChaR Hobe: e :........... ...... neX of KW ..... ........ ... ...... 35 4 20 40 9d ...... ...... ... ....... .... nO'Q( nw"" .... .... ..... ........ 1: 8 19 41) I 3rtrnkuowu. .
    as a course practicable .. .. ..,. .... ... .. .... ...35 4 20 40 13l
    TTFIlI1!" "X.oflot-l. .. .... ... .... ....._ swX ofne,3. ... ..... ..... . 1-1 IS 19 40 1 tl In
    'j Samuel G' '1. .. .... ...... W% ofnl' and ..%" of nwyj and ... .. .. .... . .. 6 19 40 96 _,
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    :.. It is a good idea and the TELEGRAPH swX of swX..... ... .. .... 4 21 206 336 Chas Roberts&Co.:: ... .... nwX ot IlW '
    t EClark ......... .... ... ...... wrathalf ot West hal' of l1e.J of1Jl'.I
    "In't'nt I o .. . ... eX oloe and oX of nW) and In north- pI
    : :. is pleased to rote that it se1orswX....... ..... .... 33 4 21 200 3 !IOFQ ( and two lnw.J aura of .... IS 18 tl: 3MEllJlwonh ;:}
    BN'.' ',rutll'I::. ... .... .... t'X of nwyj and swyjof .... 19 4 22 1X1 201 'I t'8Itcoml'r ..nr.... ..... 20' 8 19 40 9. }
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    has .. of I't"it
    been Trust Co. neX '
    adopted. J H Bft.. ...,. . .. .. .... .... self If sw.J .. .. ...... ...... 8-1 4 22 40 315J"hll 19' !J6n }
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    F f r .... .... ........ .1'otne.J" ,...... ... ...... .... .... S6 4 l' 80 3 iii il.h8J&Roberts&Co.: a3; ornO'X .... 19 sa 514 .Js
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    .. .. .. .... ..... 3 5 HO 21- ScarborouiCh....... ........... nry4of n1l'it andneX ot 8W)( ?
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    .. Unknown ......... ..._..... .. nX of ne4' 31 ;
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    Much \I 80
    of the real ...._........ nwX of and ... 5 18 216sWX
    work of the ne!% neXof nwX.
    ..... ... ........ .... .... .. of Worthwgton
    \ ..... .... .... of nf' ..... .......... II :5 18. 40 1 31C1:4Robe J J Cox. one lot In town a
    state ... ... .. ....... :JjI( ) feet north anti south and '
    convention will be accom sotnw knolneX'ofawXand .. 2 'is
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    .. .. ... 14 II III hill 2 R3 :'JI feet ea.t Wt1t. YITtc\
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    .......... ewy 40 Louis Clemona...... ..... .......... nwX of self and neX Of IoW! i
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    plished next Monday night several .n:' :: .f' nwX ofllw\\ ...._..... ... .. .... 5 18 13'! .. ..... 1 881
    r .... ... .... 40 and nItrjv" % of sw4. 35 6 100
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    nxg4 ofnW'it ...... ... .. .. 1$
    hours before that :' .. .... .... Hof ..... ... ...... 17 5 18 30 1 31Ch F B Smith ... ........... ...... .. oX of nwX ofl't"J. ... ...... ...... 2 6 20 2) CSUnknown.
    is ofnu
    body officially ,1(0' ....... e lIe-li ...... .. .. .. .... .23 5 111 40 96 ...... .. ....._... .. .... wX ot II.\\{ .... ............ ... 2 6 ID HO 21iS.
    ,. nwXofse3' ....... .... .... .... ..... ... . .... IS 20 SO :IIi
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    'convened:: Those who (<<1..... l.i.r ,... .. .... .. UrX\ of wand ot .... 26 5 114 80 I 4(1( \\
    to sw4 W4!
    , .. expect .._........ ... net4 ....... .... ....__.._ 20 VT
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    .. Chad Rr.* ':. .... ...... .... nw.-+ of w'X..... ..,. ...... .. ..... M 5 18 40 96 Chad P.obert.& Co nci of 4 '-. .
    Ch& R"lkrt ........ .... of '! Chas } accomplish anything should be se3$ sw (, except jO acres 00 .
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    ., John l'Cotfin....... .... .... .8'"uthhalfoflotaandIClt .. r 520 120 201Unknlwn.
    went aide and of
    hand at the of .w4! sry4 aDd .... .. .. .... ..... north half of south half .f lat :.
    beginning. l'e34 sei( except 10 &Cl't'sln .... .. .... .. .. .... 29 I 19
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    ... ..... 30'S 5 Iii 100 291t"nk.o It) .. .. 7 8 20
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    8W corntr. .. .... ..... ............ .... .... .... .... .... .... 'Q 1 31or
    ., :. ... .... ... .... aw34 of gwX. ............... ... ... 36 5 I 40 9' .. seX .of seX 8 6 40
    : Wills the Eppln.tF! .. '.. ...... .... .... wJt orney'. .. .. .. ... .... ........ I II 19 80 149 .. .. .......... .... .... !R'J{ neX and se. of sw3 i...... 10 6 20 80 2115
    Attorney brilliant Chas hvo-rt.. \. ... .... ...... 8c .of nw ... .... .... .... I 1119 41) 00 ("ha"Rl"lberts&O:: >........_.. .... neX\ or nwy and ewy of nw ( .... 20 6 fJ) 0 14
    :r: of Bradford I Chan a..; trtr :nd l'a.. .. ,...... nwJ{ of nwyj alllt north half of Unknown.... .... .... .. .. ... n... ct DPI\ : .... .. .... . y0 8 21) 40 132
    lawyer county, is mak and sw.J of Marshal Frazler.... .... _.. .. .. lot S block 11 in town of 'WRI..r.
    6wJ4 southwest .... .... ........ ...... 11
    quarter.......... .... .... 3 1\ 19 100 813
    :) : ing a fine fight for the nomination L"1I%;nr' ,;:: .. .. .... ....se ,tunX........ .... ........ 3 6 111 4o r&e W leaver... ..... ........ ......lotJ1 J. 3 and 5. block :9 town of .
    for the office of .. ... ... .... ; of nwX.... .... .. .... ... 4 5 19 40 116 ew RIVPr.. ........ ...... ,231A.
    attorney-general. :. ... ........ .... .... 8W' of seX\ and southeast X of WLane........ ......... .....lots. 8 and 10. block 11 town ofewRi'l'.r.
    Mr. Wills is sw3.4...... .. ........... ....... 4 5 lit 80 179 .:...... .. ..... -161 I
    eminently fitted for ... .. .. .. .... nwy4 onw X .... .... .. .. 5 5 19 40 1491 Wm Tttos.... ..... ................ lot 4 block ;32 iu town of :< et'rRiver.
    ; this office and he will :\ J. ,m .. ... ....... IIw.lt oftw3j ....... .... .... .. 6 I 5 19 40 3 U7Unk : .... .... ...... ..... ... .... J 111
    high
    go into .... .vn. .. .... .. .....northeast 4 at neX and 0of" 131 Harnage................. .. .. ... lots 7 and 8 block 9. lot 6 t.lllek 11 "
    :: t ., the convention with aw X .. .. .... .... ......... ... IS 5 19 .120 231ChRI lots I. :l 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 10 and 12
    a very strong 't{olM'r..t: ; ( '., ..... ............. nw34 of neyj ... ..... 1 1\ 19 40 116Uutr..ro. block 10 seal lot 17 block 32 town ,
    ;..f!; DeLand : .... .............. southwest X.. of he 4 and. e'4 ofnw.J of sew li'r......_...r.... '_. e 73T
    support.- Record. .... ..... .... .....:.. .. 1 5 19 AO 241 P Cason...... .... ........... .... lot II block 33 10 town or ;tw Iklvpr.
    .t-..: : ;.e-; ., U ... ... ... ..... swX ofsw.J ..... .... ... .... ... ... 5 19 40 9i .... .... .......... ..... ...... 3\3!
    :- : .. ... ...... . ney4 of awX . .. .... .... .... ..8 5 19 40 r W H Moore................ ........ lot 11 block 10( and lot I bl..c" 11 JI-. '
    :1 The BRADFORD COUNTY TEL I Chas ....,:.,., .:.-, .. .... ..... ney4 of neX aid west half of lots I, 7. 9 and 11 block 1 town 11" .
    oe.J and halt ofX wRl.er.... .... .... 520t'nknown.
    east of and rr
    :: f GRAPH, the neatest, newsiest, r swy4 ...... ..... ...nwX. ........... 13 1) 19 360 I 572 .... .... .. ... .r.:;.r; __..lot 2. block 2IJ and loX. 21 b1oek 9 .n
    ':.s; ........... .... nwr of liP\\{ ...1.........,.. ...... I' 5 19 40 97 "New River.......... .. ...... ,1 d2:
    ;; cleverest paper printed in Bradford ]11'- north half of nw34 and seX of .... ........ ...... ., .. lot 12b'ockli and lots 2, 4. linnti '.i. .

    nwyj...... .. .... ... ... .... 22 5 19 120 663I 10 block 25 and loot 8, 111 12 4$1. .I
    /i-' county, its home being at Starke, John PI. .............:.. .... e..r. half of neyj and n..w..X of ,-;. block Iota 4 alld 6 M.ck \
    "'. '" o 4t and noW of nwX and ,. 43, block 3 and lot 6 bl' ck S
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    : S made its initial visit to our sanc- J''I south half ot aw 34 and uwX and lots I. 3. 5. 6. and !9>> Muck 'I
    : osw n/J.Rw ... ... 5 20 3 551 10. lot 4 block 24. an of block 5
    ;. '.. turn last week. We note with unfeigned I' (1. & .. ... ........ .. .... of % ).......o4... .... .... ._.. 2 Ii : ) 40 9Juur town of New River ...._.... ,:5,':2Cbal
    :' 0 -:: ... ... ..... .... .. all except east three-quarters of Roberta &: Co.... .... _..._. lot 4 and north half of lots 9
    pleasure that Brother neX 01 ueH... .. .. ..... 3 5 20 610 8 8:! and II.......... ...... ..... .... 6 20 160 283 ,
    '; JoboP.c.ofho..... ...... ......,nw.l( or neX end north halt tM Hazen...... .... ........ ... .. JO acres In 8l\uthwl'St corner orswX
    :: i Matthews is enjoying the "pull" of nw\\ and IIWJo1; of nwX......... 4 I 5 00 100 2 tt3John' of 8W14...... .... .. .. 8J: 6 10! 10 lIS

    r ......._... .... nand" nX of 1If"3<\ and nof.". Unknown......... ........ ..... ... ..... sw34 cfse) ... .. .. ..... ... ... .. 33 (5 21) 41) 1 31nwX
    ;; 4 and prosperity that ability, energy aw3j. .... ..... ..... .. .... .... 5 I 5 20 4aO( 699 ......... .... ........... .... M 6 0 J6I :5S3Sllvester
    Ch15 ; .'"..........,..... ., Iota I and 2 and north half of Stt'rrick"..... .... .. .... .w"... .... .... ........ .... 34 IS d) 161) 6Cball 38
    . ;,:. aid stick-to-it-iveness merits lot 3...... ........ ... .. .......... IS 5 00 200 836 Roberta it: Co........ ..., nX :. ........ .". .... .... .. .. .... 2 (5 21 321 5 65
    John P .. .. ........ .... south halt of lots tour anti ('has Roberta 8 Co .. .. .....: swX of nwyj....... .... .... ... .. 5 fi 21 40 97ehaa
    Palatka Advertiser.The : twelve .. .... .. .. ... .... ....?.... 6 5 20 80149 ; Roberts &: Co.... ...... .....1 srX ............. ........... ...... 'i II f1 irk 2:1Jr :
    t. __ I.);.' . .... .... east halt of ne.\\ and nWJ4 of T FI>.jtll'r. ... ........ ..... .... :'f.X of swy4 of neg4.... ...... ... 9 fi xl 21)1) 306
    : 8eY.... .... .. .. .... .... ..... 8 5 20 120 231 LA Sawyer.............__.. ..wt, ...."i.... .... ...... .... 10 6 21 40 lwUnitnown
    f .... democratic of Brad .r. ... ........... ... eX of n..i( and nwy4 .of sr4 .......... ............. nl'_ .of III'"' .......... .... ........ 11 Ii 21 40 132eyi
    fif party and eX ofllw.i( and swX 01 .. ........ ... ...... .. .. of sr4j, ...__ ... .. ..... .. 13 Ii 2J tit Y Ii
    ?.' ford county will be more largel swX...... ............ .. .. .... .... 9 5 20 240 417 .. ....... .. .. awy of 'IW" .... .. ... ... ... 13 6 21 40 1 .1
    } i!' .'.'.,..: c..d'.::.. ...... .....:.:... nw34 .of nwanswX fof nwW TT Ffagl..r ...__..... ......8w.l( of nw I/... ..... ............ 13 IS 21 '14) 1 3:
    l\ represented at the state and sej and wjf of swK annwX TT FfAvler: .. ........ .... .... ow\\ oitw3 .. ... .,. 20 6 21 4Q 9.!
    convention
    ' ol IIP* and se>i of ne* Unknown.............. ... ewy4 of KW ... .............. t1 6 21 40 ln
    ;t.. \ in Jacksonville next week than and ne* of nw )( .. ,... ... 10 5Chas 20 440 707 w ...._.. ... .... .... ...... nwX OfCW 4 and swX of nwX.. 23 IS 21 tO! 2 b
    : Ki i.rt8& Co.... . .. .... sw*\ of ne* ....... ......... ......... 10 5 40 r.: .... ...... ... .... ... nX of lot z or n" of nl'.J and
    ,:' at any previous convention. The Jvhar'uffln.......... ........... all .except nw* of northwest 20 t-X ofnwy4........ ............ 2-j 6 21 IO 2:11 .
    quarter... ...... .. .... .... ...... 11 5 600 .. .... .. .. .. .. .... ....., n..J of ney4.... .. ....... ..... .... 2-1 IS 21 40 21$1TTFI4ItIer.
    indications now point to an attend- .John P Coffin' .... ... ............ !9* Of neW and east half ot nw* 20 .... ................ .. nwX of nwai ...... .........__..._ 2M II %1 40 fY
    .i and south half of Kwfc of n w* TTFla ler....... ......... ...._. nwX 01 nwy4 and nw34 ohwX 29 IS 21 !III' I4J.TTFI..jtler. :
    ance of from So to 100 Bradford aid south half...... .. ....... .... 12 5 20 53 755 .... .... ..... .... ... all..;................ .. .. .... 31 IS l1 663 1Str.TTF _
    r John P Coffin.... ................. n"' W ... ..... .... .... ..... .. u 5 90 leo 53 l.gler. .... ...:.... ........ ney' and neX of nwX and "X .
    f-1 T county democrats. And they will] I\I1.ert Smith.. .. ... .... .... ... .. ne* of se}$............. .. ........?. n 5 20 40 74 of sea; and &wX.__...... .:..;: .. 32 6 21 4d3 724D .
    rr Ct.dsRoberta&C.o.... ... .... .... wys of sw *\ .. ........ .... .. 14 5 20 b0 I 1 48 A Blain.... ........ .... ... ...._ Iota J2. 13: 14 aDO J.>. blucL'31
    all go with the hope of seeing John P Cotnn...,.... ........ north halt of DeW and seW of Cummings ISub-dl..lslon. In ;Is-
    . ,. j-. i.s ne* and nonhhalt of nwyj berry Unn........ ......;..:;:. a 6 28 19131rs. (
    Hon. James. W111s receive the and-.- ewy4 of n "W..u_ .. ._ ___ O" ..... 14. K nn.., 240 41. I R Rin;,:.... .. .......:. ...:.. block ntnp.tf'eD and lots tort) ) ix t.
    John PCoffln.' ............... ... ... all except nw* of sw}{........, .. 15 !5 20 600 s 2; '., r to'sixty inclusive and! klta.101 ( .
    nomination for attorney-general. Tnknown .. .. ... .. ... ......:. .... w J John PCOmn.... .... ...'. ... ...._ west half of nw* and seX of.He* lots 169 to 11J inclusive End k
    T'I ____ __ ,_ and north hair of sw!* .......... 17 5 20 :200 335 10t'1 Z12 to 246 Inclusive Cum-
    Chas Roberts- Co... ............ lot six and north had of lot ming sub divisi.ei Iu Asbt-'ry
    BRADFORD'S CANDIDATE. < seven.... .... .... ................ 18 5JQ 1JO 2 31 Ore n... ........ .. ..3 6 22 312S
    ,John P. Cnl11n... ... ..... ........ lot I..;......... .. ..... ... .... .. .. 18 5 20 80 140.Mines II Cummings...... ...... .... ... nw,4 of wX If'M 20 .cres.... t.. 2 6. 22 20 5 b5 .
    Cl'irons jr ............. north half of lot 2...... ... ...... it 5 ,>o 40 131 Chas Robert &: Co.. .. ..... D.of" ne54 anti .w""4 of nry4
    Next week the democratic party (.hasHobtr1J&i: Co.... .... .... .. .. Jot one... ..... .... .... ...... 19 5 a 100 and east halt of nwj and nw4of I
    John PCoifu' ... ... .... ..... neofue* .... .... ... .. ...... ... ao 5 M 40 15t ur ewy4.... ... .... ... . .. .... 2 22 230 469
    . of Bradford county will offer to John nwyj and east half of seX .... .... 21' 5 20 240 3 57 Unknown.... ................ srX ufllw! .... .. ......... ... 2 6 22 40 97
    1 John P COmn.... .... .... ...... ... ne4; and ewyj of nwy4 and nX of ":y. Chas Roberts .. ... ..... a340rse. of sea and n\\.of 1 1se
    ;: the duly authorized-representatives 8e* and sw* .... ...... .... .... 22 5 20 220 62'J 'f east: of rl&ilroall....... ... 3 6 2.1 54 R M
    J.ohn-PComo.. .. .... ..... ...... nortn half of ne*\ and nw* Mid Unknown..... .................... Dwl Y ot se\\( ..;..... .. .......... 4 6 22 4..) 131 4
    :S : of the state democracy a candidate south half ..f seX and KW* ...... 27 5 on 430 6 90 Rufus SI Choate........ .. ........ nw34 ..f neX ......... .. ... 9 6 :!2 40 1Ri
    4 John P como... ......... .... .. .. .. east half of ne* and MvJ4 of ne% Unknown.. ... .... .... ..... ... .. .. nXfnw .i/fnw! .. .. ...... ... Ii 6 2'4 20 ,.5
    for the responsible office of and se* and east halt of sw>4 ........ ..... .. .... nei( ofsw"," of ne\\ ... 16 6 L' 10 132Ed
    'i- and swy4 of IIW* ........ ... .. 28 5 20 400 6 03 10'Nea1... ... ......... ....._ ney4 of ewy4 and all afnw" of
    attorney-general. If he is favored commencing at section line dividing seX 11'lnlCll'ttCt of tar'ke and
    sections thirty and thirty 5indel'lOo! road no .. .. .... 17 6 22 5i 5 :38
    : + with the nomination the action of one and southwest corner of Thos Bdlrlls.... ............... .... 8W\\ of 1Ie, .. .... .... .. ...... 18 Ii :I 40 1 74&
    M. L. McKmney's reserve and Unknown...... ...... ... ..... .... ear4ofsw :t.... .... ..... .. .... 19 6 :.... 40". 21"
    the convention will have the hearty running north to right of way .. .. ... ..... ....... ... nof ne'4' nfllW.J .... .. ..... .... 19 6 G' 20 131
    '' of O. S. & F. railroad parallel 8FMyt'rs.... ........... .... ... swX ofo...% ....... ... .. ... .. ll 6 22 4I.J 3z:
    _. appreciation of every democrat in with Dekle street thence in Emma Dell.. .. .... ........ ........ sw.\\ of block 6 south of range
    southeasterly direction on said three west In neX of swy4. .... 21 6 22 3 -: J as
    this county. Few men have a right of way line where said L B Powell .... .... ..... .. 8w34"of block 3 south .of raogt 2
    right of way intersects section west 6I> left wide east and .
    stronger hold upon the esteem of line dividing sections thirty and west and 130 feet long north -
    thirt>-one. thence west along and south on east lide of se* /+
    h: their fellow-citizens than has Mr. Section line t... plac of beginning of block 3 south of range 3 west :
    c' a said land being on south Tern pie's xu'> division............ 21 ,6 22 R3 61
    Wills. who will be Bradford county's side of O. S. & F. railroad. one-half acre beginning: ins uih -

    bounded on north and east by east corner of .w 4 of candidate, and none enjoy the gala tight of way, on east and running north 210 feet thence "
    south by section lli.e dividing west lift feet south 210 feet:
    fuller confidence of those whomiV notions thirty and thirtj-one, thence lO-'i feet to place of a
    _n'est I.UJ.. AS h.-:.;;'AIC.'_ sues t VU" CTV/Ufct D_.... h beginning.... .... .... ..... 21 6 22 .403
    ); they live among and come in con side of lot 10 in town of Lake SF Myers... ........ ......_........ block 5 south of range I west.
    Butler... .. ...... ...... ....._.... 1541 east half ol block: 5 south of '
    : / stant social and business contact. Unknown ... .... .... ... ...... .... lot i8! Dekles addition to Lake ranges weat and south half of ;E.
    Ruder... .... ........ .... .. .. .. 243 block\ south of range 1 west -.:
    10. Mr.- Wills is a first honor gradu Heirs of Sirs C A Knight... ..... 4 acres southwest corner of nX and sel4 of block 4 south of

    .' of lot 4. .... ... ...... .. ...... 5 :20 4 162 range 2 west. Temple's !labS I
    1. ate of the University of Georgia, Unknown.... ............. ...... lot twenty-four running 48 feet 31 9 division. ........ ............ .. 21 IS 22 39
    J ... .... ..... ....
    I north and south and I7S feet emple. .. ... block 1 range 5 south and east; in
    ana from the time of his admission east and west as per Beard's Temple: '*subdivision........ ....2' 6 22 16l
    survey said lot in nor h half of VRWood.:.... .... ...... ....... wtfofne" ofne( ............ .... 22 6 4.s5
    i' to the bar until now his ability as lat 3.... ... .......... .... .. .... 5 1 !83H62 l\C-sSalle: bweat........?......... nJi 01 seX of swX .. _..._ Zg K 22 !88 itI:
    John PCoftln ........ ..... . etfofswWFBGiwer .. .. .... .... .... 31 :5 20M So) Oliver KenvonMrsJB ......... .. ...... .. wX of nel( ........- ... ., 26 b>> .22 218
    a lawyer has been recognized .. .. .. .. . .. .... ..... neJ4 of < ei .... .... .. ....... ..... 3d 5 20 40 131 Robertson.. ...... ...... uw'of l.W.v". .,'... .. .... .... M IS'"", 1339S-.' : ,
    .. ... 32 Unknown......_. .. ...... .....
    Unknown.. ... ... ... .... 'halt of northwest quarter of ..lots 4. 5. 6, 7. 8.9 and 10 block
    wherever he has been known. self .... .... .... .... 5 20 162 land low 6. 7 and b. block :iknoiB
    I IP Coffin' .... ................ ... north half of ne* and north half 32 20M 10 in Temple's addition to town ....:
    ;: Long years of practice have placed ofnwUJPCoffln ... .... .... ........ ... 33: 5 tOO 283 of Starke. .. .... ... .. .. .... .. !! LoiJ
    ... .... .... ..... .... ... nwJ4....... .... ............ .... 34 5 160 25. M Pull en... .... ......... .. .. ... lots 25. 26, %0. tR. 37, 38 89 lend Bel
    him in the front rank of his pro Chas Roberts & Co.. ...... .. ..... nof" ne* ... .... ...... .... .... 34 5 2'1 110 149 I 40, block 3 Duwllog's additiontpSlarke >
    Chas Roberts A Co . ... .... seofnu *' .... .... .... .... ........ I 6 20 40 97 .. .... .... ...... ... .. '234
    fession, and he would carry into John O Griff is.. .................... aX" of lot 4...... ... ................ :36 2 S 21 40 843 Unknown: .... .. .,.. ............. lot 40. block 3. Dowlings addition .
    Vincent O'Bold .............. .... .... sw* of nw><.............. .........?? 17 !) 21 40 94 tohtarke.............._.. '- >93
    ", the discharge of the duties incumbent Unknown ....... .... self of tie*' .... ... ..... .... ........ 13 I b 21 40 V7 Mrs -a H M organ.... .......... ... one lot commencing at a point; ? -
    Vincent O'Bold.. .. ..... .-.... .... sw* of swM.... .... ... .. ...... .... ::5 21 40 97 60 f-et east of ne cur of lot 10" .tan it
    'b :; upon the attorney-general such VJshlpman.. . .. ... .... .. all except fifteen acres in ne* of :36 of the original town of Siarke. .... teas Rt
    ne h...... .... ....... ....... I 5 22 635 1895 being on A line with tlm direct : t 1 .r .pu1JLtknot
    I :: splendid qualities of mind and Mary E Baldwin.... ... .. ...... .... lots two. three and four in ne/ of continuation of Jackson fctrcre.t.
    A; ne34,.. ........ .... .... ...... 5 L 15 118 thence south 52X QB"
    heart that the people of the entire ..... ... .... 1 feet cant 1'BehtrL
    VJShipman ........ all except west "naif of nw J4 ofne 105 feet north W.X 'et-t. west .,
    v *\ east half of ne3 of ... 5 22 600 1288 li.>5 feet to beginning In the ", :
    ( 'state could but give their enthusi- Alice M Parker....... .... ...... ... lot 33 Woodlawn. .. .. ....nwy4..... Ii 5 22 10 131 of Starke... .. ... ......town. .... '328
    F. W. Perry... .... ... .... .... .... lots nineteen and twenty two I Florence M Wiley................. lot 14 block !:. Jones' addition J
    astic endorsement to the conven Woodlawn.... .... ............ 14 5 22 20 248 ; Starke........ .... ... to.. "... '.. 162'
    Warren Shaw..... ....... .... lot Woodlawn.... .... ... ...... 15 5 22 10 132 R C Helberger.. ... .. .... ...... iota l and. 8. block 22 in .town;; \( !
    tion that gave to him the nomina. J S French.... .. .. .... .... ......... Iota I 5 and 6. ..... .. .... .... .... IS 5 22 20 1 31 I II Starke...... ........ .........of.. '", ,1414
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    : I SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEES. The IMilloauphy of Faith. I
    LAKE BUTLER.
    aAE ,Real The citizens of the Ft. Call section I Do you reiijeiiiber how broken hearted "

    are greatly pleased with the ; List of Those Who Passed the June you verso when you found out that your All the News of West Bradford's

    < ; bridge Examination. p mn saint your dear, mysterious Santa:
    ; recently built Olus- .
    across I
    t Oargains Clans \\its 80 wyth* You spent days and Metropolis. '

    131 tee creek under the supervision of Messrs. E. A. Kennedy, G. F. I nigLta wondering how hn could get down By Our Regular Correspondent. ,

    :: Commissioner R. G. Ware. The Scott and D. J. Shaw, the grading I thi' chimneyMtl.out covering himself Dr. Wills with his family, of 1

    'J following letter, regarding the j i committee for the June examination I he with intst out and king powdering down with all him the with present.CON Starke, was in town on professional ::. m1

    162a Are what bridge, has been received from A. I completed their work Wednesday I dust awl u.oke You examined as can duty last Sunday, and whi e here ';,.y "

    41 we give you. H. Williams, a leading citizen of I evening at 6:30 o'clock, I fully HS you could the ItTKth and breadth were guests of D. F. McDonald.R. ( :

    (084r The kind that consist of that section by the clerk of the after several days of arduous work. of tto cnimney. you speculated as to how H. Bass, of Jasper visited .' i
    ' 1 be cct.U ii;eke the descent without
    dropping
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    board of county commissioners: Following is a list of the suc- suildtnly Since there was nothing here Sunday. ;:.; 1

    + syOl 41 .r' Highest Quality combinedwith "DEAR SIR-I have been cessful examinees: in.Mdethe cbiu.ney: to which he could Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Roberts, r:

    j Lowest down and thoroughly inspectedthe FIRST GRADE-E. R. Poppell, cling Did he uae a tiny ladder Perhaps I of Guilford) attended services at "j. :ij'

    Price.Ve bridge the Misses Olive Con But your wise father and mother had MethodIst church "'
    across Oiustee creekat Ray, Sessionsand I the Sunday 'r
    ue\erbfcn the lad er, and. besides, there
    07Ad offer an endless number of my place, and I am pleased to Mary I1 all. wiifii't roan enough in the chimney for morning. ..i J JI

    tell you that it is the best built SECOND GRADE-Jesse Lewis, I baiiUt. laui.iT and jacket Hut, then. I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Odom, Jr., of :" J.j

    itS bridge I have seen in the county Wm. Poppell, J. A. J. Pinholster, what mattered all thesu perplexing, troublesome Providence, are visiting friends in .'i i

    : Stunning The posts, caps and sleepers' are Misses Emma Futch, Ola Brook- I yoiir.was since full Christmas to overflowing morning Lake Butler. .. ';:.,

    tof of black cypress, which I am well ing, Mittie McMurry, Florence ,aid nit the oliuhtust truce of soot on a A. S. York, we regret to announce ;:,

    .! satisfied will last for years. Jones, Lillie Matthews, Lula Lid- I singh gilt! Once upon a fateful day you is still confined to his room'f r :

    I ValuesIn "If the commissioners would always don, Beulah Clyatt, Sarah Dukes, dt..cu'trtthr.t your new doll bearing the with a most painful illness. .

    Far nie Bessent Isabel Rosier : lUphuiiiuub uaino of Minnie Christina. Mrs. J. B. Dowiing. who has ':'.
    personally superintend the vas clad in a truck of blue and white exactly I
    Dry Goods building of the bridges we would Retta Mansell and Omie Alkins. like your little sister's cloak. Here been at the bedside of her sick M

    Notions, evidently have better bridges. Mr. THIRD GRADE-Balous Edwards, was a mystery How did Santa Claus get I daughter, Mrs. James Kelley' of : I

    Shoes, etc. We show the Ware superintended this work and J. C Adkins. Misses Alice Lewis, that iiimiedititely piece ot the to your new cloak mother You who nppe admitted lied- Starke, returned home Sunday. oft: J

    put in the posts right. Janie Pinholster, Carrie Reinoehl, that it was a singular coincidence, and W. J. Epperson had a sudden '_ t

    newest colors and shadesin "Yours truly, Edith Moore and Beulah Knight. from itat moment the suspicions of the attack of illness Sunday but is now l.v}

    Dress "A. WILLIAMS.." COLORED-S. B. Wilson, second truth haunted .;our troubled heart When improving. (::.
    Goods, and the the next CK'isuiicj dawned, with your
    Barfield the ;
    grade. Miss Ada was guest .
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    knowledge
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    prettiest line of White Notice. Taken as a whole the second nxm.-nrully. "I guest I won't bang up my of Miss Bailey Sunday. ..t

    Notice is hereby given that I grade examinees made the highest 8tul.Jkmg-there isn : any Santa Claus. Cards are out for the marriage "

    Goods ever brought here. have this day sold my grocery bus- general average ever made in the and!"he never did c.Pi'ie: down the chimney ot Mr. John Wells, of this place, .
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    iness, with all assets and liabilities county. The first grade averages and Miss Alice Yonge, of Crystal ate

    thereto compare most favorably with the River, which event will take place tOn
    to Mr I. 0 Prevail, who Menage of the Crlit Child.
    records of former examinations the 20th inst .
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    Big will
    continue the business at the The Christ Child torn to the chll-

    same stand. Had health has forcedme and the third grade's are' likewise drtn .... Miss Salome York, of Alachua, minis.
    good All en a Thrift' v is at the bedside of her sick brother isia ia
    to seek
    oul-door
    a more life. I HI* cot was a low .iijrer.
    Reduction wish to thank my regular customers There were thirty-two examinees H's: hfij was a ....1 01 "a' A. S. York.Services a sin
    and the and twenty-seven were successful.The T!\*- n.rs.ae he ..t n nom his FatherIs will be conducted both .YQ
    : public generally for a for children ,;.t obey
    kind and liberal patronage, and showing made by the pupils A sift f.").tn ;. 1- .* 1'..nK"r. Saturday and Sunday at the Bap- hat the
    In price of Ladies' Skirts solicit for the of the Bradford County High And given on '- Jay.; lisl church by Rev. R. F. Rogers.. .
    ,
    my successor same loved.
    So ouch !little c 7.: him-
    and Shirt Waists. Sailor kind treatment they have givenme. school is a very high complimentto \\"ho in this: .*.. .:!.. '.. a :Illrt- Duncan & Dempsey, livery men, r :has

    oldest will remain Professers A. Hercules and G. A hor.ir niav ; 'r. ', Christ ChildIn have added to their business several skin
    My son .
    \ Hats at with Mr. Prevail and assist him F. Scott. Twenty-four pupils of his, own y':' ., '../., f-irt,i in,, 1"68\- I buggies; and other vehicles wing

    in the trade the High school took the examin- I and some fine horses. .tra-'
    and
    giving polite --- "-
    ( ation and twenty-three of them The lumber has arrived for the
    attention. All .
    prompt persons The <;ia -tl -' .lr1l.
    r Of this number three Methodist and work the
    passed.
    parsonage
    ActualCost1 owing accounts past due will great- At Gla+ti't.i.ul. ::r ,,>, j; Mimprsetsh'ra el'
    secured first grade certificates, fifteen will soon begin
    oblige Mr Prevail and me by Eicl.iinl pit v -r e. born tree:

    paying up promptly. Please do got second grades and five wuiiu.. it i* faioi. '" 'rev Christmas Mr. Frazier and his son bo

    this friends. Yours made third grades. This is a r murmur T. r?ntic ac- I! celebrated their birth-days on S
    truly, a-
    I H. F. PHILIPS. splendid showing and fully justifiesall I count of It ever ,'*-" *u 177
    the praise that the TELEGRAPH \isiur wh': tbi. .; ue accountof Frazier, of Providence,
    Starke Fia aI
    We give the whip to pricey May 16, 1900. has-seen fit to bestow on the bi- visit to tL: -t.. invited guests. i.Vl '.

    The ktPFr a**..- -t hat St Joseph '

    t Picnic at Long Bridge. school in the past. I Miss Winona Godwin, of. M. ofw .
    to double the speed of of Arui'athii. : 't far from ,
    There will be another .... 1 thorn is the guest of her ur
    grand picnic Ward the t-wn at a p. ;; (mere was
    sales. at the New river "long" bridgeon City. formerly an oak u-. San: .> planted : F. Moore, this week. Ke\\elf .

    Friday, June 2Qtb the grounds The heavy rains have damagedthe to bi' raeuinry t::!. n : "!.le com I, Friends of Mrs. Jam' vs of ,

    ,. FARMER & ENSEY BROS.COMMISSIONERS' selected being on the east side of oat crop to some extent. pHtitrus mare!'.t'd t.: \r1 rested are sorrowful over the sJ.home in F Y''

    the river on the Starke and Lake The ice cream supper at the residence U1PuheJvt. and :u.t tuck hn her serious illness at b/ '.f""
    calf iii the Kfjtml' r.,,v ttji staff of
    of J. S. Lewis was enjoyedby was Starke. r"/rof1J
    Butler will be
    road. Preparations all present.A a common dry bro.h rtick bat U I Mr. Waterman D ug as croft "....,-:- 'i t, ,
    .
    PROCEEDINGS. made for candidates to '
    county grew and first CMWt' nuo fall flower on \.f the
    be new mill and a new warehouse ; Hagen, was a guest 0T-1 !; -- J'r'..
    I Continued from first page. speak, and an able speaker'will Christmas day Avarrl the tiee. .
    will add much to our town. I House Tuesday night. : +:.,
    (
    ,f there to tell lOU why your taxes which baa thus jtrnwu .' .:ndtled like '
    Thomas NJ district.. are so high. Miss Clara Moody, of LaCrosse, Aarr'8 rod. always u .. jed on the j John Clemons. a prosperous ;,.' .
    York is visiting friends here. of Lord farmer of Ward City section, was ;::} .-
    DIST. NO. 6. There will be dancing, and or- day our oar / laud upon 110 .j : :
    W. E. Nobles has just returned other dpv th> flower t. > those of the in town Tuesday buying goods. \ "' .
    from
    Alford. A. county and violin music. Please remember .
    AddllOn.John. ............;v. districtAckt'rmanAleu.nderll gan from a. pleasant trip to Jackson- uigm biuotuiug cereus. iastiug bat a ,,1.f'C '-''*-
    : county that this is a free picnic
    Bt-nton.OJ..... ... ........ ... and two-sided the vil'e.Dr few boars .
    lot a one, as '
    Crawford W F.. Tomlinson was here Tues Many queer etorXc have been told of C\\ ,
    f"J
    ( C'umiuIrSoJOti. ..Dtadt'rliwford. last one was. Everybody is in- the "miraculous thorn of Glastonbnry ( '/ ;. ;;: ( ; .
    his
    ,JC from county day to see patients, L. J.
    ('annon.Jamt'S B. ** ** vited to come and bring a full It was said that it the chips from it ...IN THE FAR SOUTH... i
    .... ... .. Knight and H Thomas.J. i J:
    Crawford. Wm Br. ? basket and enjoy the day. were planted they would sprout and . ...... ., .
    ,
    I>owlill .J P.. district T. Reaves has returned home C .. '-...-
    like the i i
    1)ryden'V T county COMMITTEE: J. L. Hill, chair- grow potatoes: that leaves sit
    Elbert, .'. ...Deal I after a lengthy stay in Jackson oared all inflammations,
    swellings
    'II Elarbee cbarlton B...........Gone!from count' man. Lake Butler; J. P. Dowiing, ville. eta I I r Three Daily ", :'w .1 I II
    and that "rods' from would
    cat
    .DeadFmley nev- !
    t
    Fltt rrald Lake Butler Rai I
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    ; Dowling I
    ; Jos. I
    George.. .... .... .*. There will be a picnic at Ward er leave marks on the children corrected Sunday '
    . 2- oreu.. AndreW........... ford; S. B Denmark, Starke, andJ. .
    Grimes 8. "from county" H. Moore, City on Monday, June 25th, and by their use. I Great Semi-Weekly i.
    .
    Grimes R Me Theressa.- : '
    is invited to Re- 1
    Hall, .... -Dead everybody come.
    I P.ibergrr.Rc....... ......Gone..from; county" Mr. Wm. A. Bailey and Miss freshments will be served by C. B. 1 Xa the Wrong Order. I -
    Husband. Orrln 0 .. .. "He married and NewspapersJ;
    TiJlis.I was went crazy, I ;
    Hendry,John A. .. Ida Hilton, of Sampson City, were ;
    Hughes.John A.......... .... the! said, referring to a staceiueut in a I :' ...? ..
    Hayes, 8 D ... ...Dead married at the home of Judge W. I nnrnin I ; "
    Vjmnff. I
    Nick .... convicted of felons paper."Urtuiitife "zt .;', ;.
    F. in this Thurs Miss Cornelia Peek is attendingthe J.
    Kite, BenjAmln,..-....... Dead Malphurs, city, that be had any hens in-
    KiUmt. ..t .Gone from county day morning. Mr. Bailey and his commencement exercises of the first place," hp returnedyoumcst : THE FLORIDAiTfflESMON 't"- ;-
    i
    Jones JIHthorjK, ... .. .convicted Gone from of county felony bride are among the most popular the Normal Institute at Jasper. have get the statement re>trsecl." &. t. }

    Mitchell.! Wm. ; .....D6ad citizens of Sampson City "how do you mean:" the: demanded. I CITIZEN :
    .._.. young
    count
    Martin, JR Gonejrom j I
    Martin ., and a host of friends wish them Be went crazy and ILI.o.J iir o,'makes I; The Florida Times-IInion (32d rear)and the I Il f l ., .
    ? I it Florida Citizen (4th year) were consolidated i 4' .. .
    Jli.lilieton. E seem more plausible he answered l
    tt much happnessMrs. ONCE MORE : I September 9, 17. This consolidated paper it .
    Nccarthr. Me. .. i I Chicago PostTillage I 1 read from iovember to Jnne by people from 1 .
    Owen. Owen *. .. more states than any other paper in the United >
    Perk 1C )(. James Kelley who has been i States on the day of publication,thereby being' 4,
    i're.attVR..a'. dlrtrictPeek. Overrun With Sknnlc I I uneqnaled at an advertising medium in the> <
    John. .. county ill for three weeks past, is we call your attention to the 1 South besides circulating in very nook and
    rrewitt John M .""'...' D ........ Gone from county slightly improved at this time. fine features of the 1 < j
    Bhanie.Harry.- new for fur hunters. On and .; JJJJJITHE ; .
    ...... many ground
    Ramgge. \Vnl ................ .. Dead her
    Gone from county For two or three days past recovery near the premises of one residence in .

    Ray Keiiwehl.Luther 0 A.c ............... ..... .. .. Dead.. has been almost despairedof styles of Prospect street six large skunks were SEMI-WEEKLY ,
    \Vm R. tirS ............................. j
    Mcott. E I. ... ...... .... ... .. but Dr. Wills, the attending recently killed. In fact, the whole village i
    IshmaelV.V..V.V... from dstnct I ] TIMES=UNIONnd CITIZEN M
    .Removed
    Thomas"pp. JosephWitkovskl. ........ ............ .........D..adThoD1pson. physician, reports a favorable MATHUSHEK seems to be overrun with the nui- i
    .c H...... ....... .... Dead change at this writing, Thursday I sance. Pedestrians avoid tome streets altogether -! The SemiWeekly Times-Union and Cltliea I II o
    .r..M'htl. R +...........Re/tlovl"d from district in fear of meeting the I lithe best semi-weekly paper published in the l
    3tiilliamsJack....... .... ....... ......D..ad afternoon. I Southern States for the low price ol ; )
    wdlaWalt.r.... ...............Gfionicounty -- nouural travelers. It bas been odorous/I/ :. .r
    PIANOS
    lt'.U..o..gec.. B R .... .... ...... .". ..",. Messrs C L. Peek. J. M. Tru- I. X that the village fathers offer I $1.00 PER YEAR. -
    killed. The skin
    FD. by, B. J. Farmer, P. W. Snowden, y on every one bringsa -
    Wiikovki .. ., I y Itt State newt it fresh and full; it comprise <
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    and those who !
    Lewis. W Worthington good price, care to ( telegraphic dispatches from all + '
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    E. E. Johns, J. F. P. McMurrayand part of the
    ... The Mathushek Piano of make a little money could find a chance 1 world up to the hour of going to press and itt
    DIST. NO. Noan Jones went to Sampson 1| comments upon current events l are pointed '.
    B.-.Gone from county is from I in trapping-Utica Observer. K and instructive. Special attention it given to ,
    Armstrong c. Lake for a fish fry Wednesday to-day incomparable matters pertaining to the farm and household. t,
    .tom L : :
    Bugg In all the qualities of a newspaper for the I Ii
    i Cason James. night. .With one haul of the seine standpoints. Mechanically -- i family circle and the business. man it U oa-1 ..; r
    Dixon. Mack many I turpaued.AGRICULTURAL.. g
    Both Awake. .
    David ...uea<1 landed about fine fish. .
    barb Donlt'y.. D Davis ...............Gone from county. they 150 perfect. The embodiment i j First Burglar-It's no use tryin thet JlJJJJJI
    i
    Hicks Arthur. Mr. F. R. of this place t'nigbt Bill. Ther man an hs ;
    : Morgan, city of artistic.
    Jones A E everything ; }
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    .. .....
    .
    .. wife went in 'bout hour I I
    an au
    JasperLovelace.DD
    try J..n. .......... .........Dead and Mrs. Alice M. Polk, of LaCrosse ago I
    Mathushek Pianos wear and heerd him tell her he'd buy her a Toe Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower being .
    (fjirisev W F. .. .............Oone from county were married at the homeof '
    by the Florida
    > purchased Publishing ay
    .fattier Wm.:.. district. di'mond necklace termorrer. 1 baa been consolidated with the agricultural j .
    IcDouald, Archibald A. Judge W. F. Malphurs, in this please fora lifetime. May costa iI i Second Burglar What's thet got t'do I department of the Semi-Weekly Times-Union '
    cRanie. John county I and Citizen. The old name has been retained. |
    ewberry T 1V'. *. district city, Thursday afternoon. little more money than many ,I"socalled" wid it? j jI : 11 1 and present ample all the space department U provided of the In Farmor which to ,
    county I
    hn .
    owe. J First Burglar-Plenty. She won't be ."
    Dead I ; Fruit Grower such as"Grove andOrchard r
    JV. W. B. Haynes,'John Dohm, W. pianos, but in the "The Pineryetc.. No paint will be spared
    'ires. J R..... from district i able t' sleep fer t'inkin 'bout it, an he i bf the publishers to make the combination at I
    I
    right. \V courtyDIST. H. Underhill, J. S. Griner and R. end far the won't sleep fer t'inkin how he's got t' j replete with Interest and aa valuable to the < '
    NO. E. Foxworth have been enjoyingthe pay fer it.-London Fun. |II historic landmarks of Florida. <
    ......eontietedoffelonytch With the interest in Florida
    the Math growing everywhere I
    ,George L....... Removed from district week fishing at Smith Lake. a consequence -ae Awful Small Boy. j > the!;eml.Weekly it rapidly attaining a

    Warrants to the amount of The party will break camp to-day. ushek Piano is a piano for aI, Mrs. Cakebread was entertaining I I universal circulation."ztJlJJJI ,

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    2238 were drawn in paymentbills come ladies at a select little 5 o'clock ;'
    Friends here will to learn lifetime and gives satisfaction Specimen Copies Free to
    regret any
    on the different funds as tea, and Bobby, who had been exceptionally -i t :

    ows: that Mrs. S. M. Crews is ill at every day, and therefore theyare well behaved was in high Address. .y:

    y Decatur Texas, to which place feather. :
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    ; :. i 3.ral W.and Alderman SPf'Clal.,5-'J.tax collector....... 200( 00 she went several weeks ago for a recommended by many of "Ma," be said, as cake was being I ADDRESS

    and ( MMsses visit with relat \'es. America's greatest pianists. handed round "may I haTe some THE FLORIDA

    > Hewitt case. 150 43 tongue, please?" .

    jsiness finished the board ad- Mrs. J. W. Hodges and children LUDDEN & BATES' S. M.. H. "Thye isn't any tongue, Bobby." j TIMES-UNION AND CITIZEN I ;

    for Welborn "That's funny," oommente I Bobby. i ,
    led until the first Monday in departed Thursday Fred Kann. nan'ger. 39 East Bay Street. :
    next. where they will visit relatives for a Jacksonville Fla.., General Southern Agents "I heard pa say there would be Iota of JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    ILLondon
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    j7CIIINESE. TREACHERY OFFICIAL RECEPTIONIs "UNIONS' A MENACE" INVESTIGATORS( AT WORK. TROOPS. ,ARE .LANDED: f. 1.

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    Given Boer Peace, Envoys At. < Atlanta Council Committee Probing WS 'a

    Is Brought Oat By Murder of Omaha, Nebraska--All Par- Attack on Organized Labor Before r Charges. Alleged. 0 fliscondiact Nations to Act In Concert to Sup u'
    ties Are Woodward.The
    Represented. of Mayor I

    Japanese Chancellor Envoy Wessels, of the Orange Free Industrial Commission official, investigation by the Atlanta press the "Boxers.", ,

    1 State, was given a big official reception Ga., city council's committeeinto Y ,

    BRITISH MARINES FIGHT THE BOXERS by Omaha Neb., Saturday. It THOMPSON'S EVIDENCE SENSATIONALLabor the alleged reprehensible acts ,oi RUSSIA PROTECTS .DOWAGER EMPRESS. '
    '
    J was marked as being of wholly non- Mayor 'Jame's G.. Woodward com- .

    .Sixteen partisan character. Governor Poyn- Leader are Designated a* Soclalliti menced Friday.: '
    Red Coat., With :Maxim Chase
    ter, Populist, the A number of them Cur Seem to Have Upper Hand Ja thCrlnl
    presided over mass -Law Proposed a* ItemedyAgainst witnesses, among
    1 2,000 of the Outlaw., '
    Half Hundred.Killing meeting; Mayor Moores, Republican, Strike.. prominent citizens, were called upon *...BII.*lon.rli>* APloo..1 %'
    a For Protection.
    welcomed the for the
    envoy city; Captain
    to.tell what they knew concerning the
    J H. E. Palmer, chairman of the

    The London Times, in an extra: Republican state central committee, A Washington special says: N. F. alleged conduc of Atlanta's chief The undated l
    edition was secretary-of the meeting and read Thompson, secretary of the Southern executive. following dispatch was
    Tuesday, published the following
    number of -Neither Woodward his received at the department Monday
    a communications; T. J. Industrial convention of Huntsville, Mayor nor representatives navy t i.
    r dispatch from Pekin, which :Mahoney, a Cleveland gold Democrat were present, being barred :
    Ala. made sensational
    Lad just been received: made a stirring speech, and. WilliamJ. somewhat attack from the deliberations of the commit SECBKTABY or NAn: Forces land ,

    "The chancellor of the Japanese Bryan was'present and on call from upon labor unions before the in. tee. The investigation conducted ed by different nations. Opening i tornmnnications '

    legation, Sugi Yama Akira, while the audience expressed his sympathy dustrial commission Tuesday." much in the manner of the sessions of to Pekin. Americans

    proceeding alone and unprotected on for the struggling republics. At the "Labor organizations, said Mr. the county grand jury, the object of joined. (Signed) Kxxrr?."
    official duty, was brutally murderedby Creighton theater a crowd of several Thompson, "are the greatest menace the committee being to ascertain if
    thousand to this government that exists insideor there is Admiral Kempff also reports the ar-:
    soldiers of Tung Fuh Siang, the greeted Mr. Wessels. sufficient evidence among the t
    favorite bodyguard of the empress, at "Yon don't hear the truth about outside the pale of our national do- witnesses for the prosecution to war- rival of the'Monocacy.at Takn : ;.

    Munigate-railroad station-yesterday us," said he. "England has all the main. Their influence for disruptionand rant the holding of an impeachmenttrial The Shanghai correspondent of'The

    (Monday). cables ard holds the ear of the world. disorganization of society is far in which event the! 'mayor will London Daily Telegraph, in dispatch

    "The foreign re-enforcements are You know the history of the Boers, more dangerous to the perpetuation of, have an opportunity to _defend him '
    our government in its purity and '., dated Monday at 1:40 p. m., say. :
    daily expected. The present isolationof for the Americans, I find, have read power self. "'
    Pekin, the destruction of foreign more than any other people on earth. than would be the hostile array on The testimony of the,witnesse I examined "Reports from the Un-Nan-Fu L

    property and the insecurity of life are You know how Kruger went to Europe our borders of the armies of the entire at the first session the com district says that the French minister '-

    directly attributable tr treachery of twice and begged and entreated for world combined." mittee was in effect that Mayor JamesG. has telegraphed that a crisis is

    the Chinese government." liberty; you have read how Steyn has Mr. Thompson declared that he Woodward was so drunk at-a recent imminent and that he in advising = '+

    studied about the free nations of the made this statement from years of meeting of the board of education as all* foreigners to evacuate Yu' c,
    Sixteen British marines, reconnoi- world; he knows all about the Ameri- close study, and a field of the widest to interfere with the transaitlou of Nan." + tAll

    I tering in advance of the international fLU government, and when the English opportunities for observation, embracing business; that it was nece s.' apon the telegrams indicate that the

    column marching to Pekin, fought and people say that we were the aggressorsand the principal industrial centers one occasion to detain tha)1 at situation has not in the least improved. wOn

    4 chased 2,000 boxers Monday, killing threatened to drive the English both of the north and south. In the pumping station of the wat.iworkbbecause ; the contrary, the disorder bas F

    A people into the sea, do you think that support of the statement he said that of his intoxicated oO'-Ju on; spread from the neighborhood of Pekinto J1 .
    twenty or thirty. correspondentaccompanying "on hand, and for the slightest that the the capital itself, which is growing
    those two men would think for a moment every mayor had telephone: :' >r a r
    g : the column in a dispatch that they could do such a thing? provocation, all classes of organizedlabor policeman to meet him at tne he use turbulent anti-foreign demonstra- '."/

    , dated Tien Tsin June 12th, via Why, there are only 250,000 people in stand ready to inaugurate a strike of Eva Clark, a white woman, and had j i tions. '
    !4 Shanghai, June 13th, 6:15 a. m., says: both our republics, from the smallest with all its attendant evils, and that stated to the officer upon his arrival In addition to the burning of the '

    "While the working parties, accompanied infant to the men bigger than I am." in addition to this, stronger ties of that Eva Clark had taken 8109 .from Pekin club, the secretary of the Belgian ""

    .:) by a patrol of sixteen British Calls were heard for :Mr. Bryan and consolidation are being urged over his, clothes while the clothes were legation has been roughly handled .13

    , marines!, commanded by Major John he finally responded in an impassioned the country among labor unions with hanging upon the back of a chair; that in the streets. *, I

    son, were repairing the line Monday address. He spoke in part as follows the view of being able to inaugurate a. the mayor had interfered with the Hostile crowds continue to demon-

    , afternoon, eight miles beyond Lof, : sympathetic strike that will embraceall workings of the police department in strate against the legations. ,

    ;t they encounters small parties of box- "I came as a citizen, an American clashes of labor simply to redressthe .reference the place of residence of A special dispatch from Tien Tsia ;

    era who were destroying the line. The citizen, to be present with other American grievances or right the wrongs of a-house of ill fame; that the mayor says it it reported the Dowager Em- '?

    boxers: moved away from the advanced citizens to meet the representatives one class, however remotely located or bad been seen in an intoxicated condition press has fled to the Russian legationat .

    ! marines and apparently dispersed into of the Boer republics; to join however unjust may be the demands. at the city hall. Pekin. ,
    the country, leaving the rails moved with you in expressing: to them our of that class. The return of the Emperor of China rand

    and the sleepers burning. pympathy for their cause and, as I He asserted that "organizations "WAR OVER," SAYS OTIS. the Dowager Empress to Pekin .

    "The marines, when two miles in earnestly believe, the sympathy of a teaching such theories should be held -- from the summer palace is regarded

    advance of the first train near Lang great majority of the American people.I aa treasonable in their character and General_Talks For Chteago Paper OB Affairs i. as a hopeful sign, but otherwise V

    Fang suddenly perceived boxers trust that the day will never come their leaders worse than traitors to In Philippines. there is no favorable .

    t streaming from a village on their left. when a nation fighting for liberty will their country." Major General E. S. Otis, of the ,. According another dispatch from *
    It was estimated that they numbered look in vain to the American peoplefor Mr. Thompson declared that many Shanghai 4,000 ROlsianll,'with twenty ,
    2,000, some of them being mounted, sympathy and aid." labor leaders are open and avowed so- United States army, arrived in Chi guns, have already been landed at

    and thev were trying to get between cialists; that their organizations are cago at 7:20 o'clock Friday morning I Tien Tam, and are marching on Pekin. ;

    i the marines anll"the train. Most of weakening the ties of citizenship from San Francisco and Manila, and Shanghai rumors, however, lausfbe +

    them were armed with spears and AUDITOR'S REPORT among thousands of our people, in left at 1:30 for Washington. Mrs. taken with caution. x r

    i swords. A few had firearms, which -- that they have no other standard of Otis and daughter armed in Chicago The London Missionary society te- ;'

    1 they handled awkwardly. In the Southern Mutual Buildingand community obligation than that these Thursday night from New York, And ceived a dispatch from Tien Tsiu ay- /

    The marines retreated, keeping up organizations inculcate; that they are the general and his wife and daughter ing all the society's missionaries in .J' '
    J & running fight for over a mile and Loan Case---Papers Con- creating widespread disregard for the spent the hours between trains' together I I North China are safe; but that those '

    i killing between twenty and thirty stitute Four Volumes.An rights of others; that they are destroy. -the ending of a separation of stationed westof the city of Pekin have

    i boxers. Atlanta dispatch says: Four ing respect for law and authority two years. General Otis said, fcconqj I i: been obliged t> seek refuge at the
    "Tbe boxers pursued the British the classes that other things: British
    i among working ; legation. ,
    large volumes of closely printed typewritten
    "The war is over. The guerrilla s.
    for distance. Then seeing the :
    some more they are educating laboring .
    MARINES SENT FBOlt MANILA.The
    marines from the train coming to their pages constituted the reportin classes against the employing classes, warfare can't last long. To be :'snewe .
    assistance, Major Johnson's sixteen HM !Southern Mutual Building and thus creating antagonisms between will have to repress those people i i i navy department has received ;'

    t' halted and poured a heavy continuous Loan Association, which was filed by those whose mutuality of interests for a number of years, but there is no the following cable from Admir.lKempft'

    J fire into the crowd, driving them Auditor, T. A. Hammond in the superior should be fostered and encouraged by organized force of Filipinos. The : ,
    !, "To Kir June 11.
    n" ;m -Secretary.
    depredations that are going ore
    ; across the front of the reinforcingblue court Friday. every friend of good government; that
    :!1 jackete, who punished the boxers I As there are several hundred per. they are destroying the right of individual conducted by robbers and drone Navy: In case all aommunication
    cut not able alone if other
    nations .
    The United States troops are now engaged go ;
    f. severely with Maxims. sons directly and others indirectly affected contract between employes and
    I will to relieve Americans
    ;it "Tbe boxers fled and the Europeans by the finding of the auditor, employer, and forcing upon employers iu defending the inhabitants' of go join instructions. Sit t

    I Ire following up heir success, cleared out the report is more than ordinary in men at arbitrary wages, and that the Philippines against the robberyand pending f
    uation serious. Battalion of marines ,
    I. two The total loss of the terest. murder committed by their ,
    4 villages. they are bringing public reproach
    I from Manila has been urgently
    fit boxers is estimated at forty killed and The auditor decides ibat stockholders I upon the judicial tribunals of our own people. But the conditions are -

    t wounded. Seven of their wounded who had filed notices of withdrawal country by public abuse of these tribunals I generally improving, and in some requested. Answer." "

    were attended by British surgeons. should not be allowed any preferenceover J I and often open defiance of I parts are better than they 'have ,ever Upon receipt of the above zIl'FF.Secretary

    , 4x The British loss was nothing."Unlest other stockholders. I I their decrees thus seeking to breakdown been. .1
    l 't their loss canst the boxers Another interesting point decided ;i the only safeguards of free peo I "We have 55,000 effective troops II Long sent the following cablegram to
    Admiral at Manila:
    Reiney
    international column that the withdrawing members evils lies he under arms in the Philippines. Estimates
    I to lose heart, the was pIe. The remedy for the "
    NAVT DEPAwTU June ll.-P.e-
    !' will have much trouble before it i were not entitled to be classed as i said, principally in a correct public regarding the number of inhabitants r. ;
    in the islands all wil,1 but mey.Manila: Send by Solace immediately -
    - 1\\ reaches Ptkiti.I creditors. He held further that if sentiment touching the relations that are ,
    I the number is between six and seven all dispatch to Kempff 100 marines -
    :
    !
    J&J directors and officers of the associationwere should exist between capital and labor.
    FATALITIES AT HIK FIRE. receiving salaries from the association .i "A law should be enacted that millions. The great majority of the arranging, if practicable, tint
    .
    'after Solace shall continue .t'
    landing
    not warranted its Besets the people desire peace and wish to again
    by .: would make it justifiable homicide for .
    I \ Three Men Klllnl: Throe MUsn:; and' conduct of these directors in receivingthe I any killing that occurred in defense of ;i take up their business pursuits. :Business homeward voyage a* previously or #4J-
    I Klsht In Hospital.A I i in Manila has again resumed sot dered. Loso. J
    salaries such to !
    was not a wrong any lawful occupation, the theory of t
    t New York special says: Three the stockholder would warrant a I I that tivity and the inhabitants are peacefully Minister Conger wag heard from ;;
    as our being
    government anyone
    )Iii 1 I again Mon'day morning to the effect n,
    " fl ECU were killed, eight so badly wounded judgment being entered against the : has a right to earn an honest living in j pursuing their: avocations. are r'
    or maimed: that they are in the j directors back the "I cannot see that the administra- that the Pao Ting Fu missionaries
    :1' various to recover I this country, and any endeavor to deprive I I safe the
    our of to the present; that
    tion of
    I up
    hospital and three other men are miss-i] salaries paid. one. of that right should be I distinguished secretary
    the result of a fire in the j also.j war has made any mistake in this Chinese government has sent troop'sthere
    'WJ lug as coop- i In his report Auditor Hammond place-1 in the fame legel "status with
    establishment of Paul i campaign. We may have made a mistake and promises ample protection
    in ,
    Ber* eragement makes an important decision fixing: deprivation of life and property.
    Brook- J over there, but, if eo, they havei to tb- mission, though it is not t
    Weidmann in Williarasburg,
    He
    t the liability of the borrowers. reports j Strikes and boycotts, he thought,
    that this will insure
    -
    i thought protection
    been the result of human to
    jp'1 lyn, Tuesday! night The property j $16,000 against the Bates-Farley ji i should be made a felony both by na1 liability According to
    permanent safety.
    04 loss i 9 estimated at from 875,000 toI i '''avingi bank in favor of the associa- I.1 tional and state legislation, and he ; commit error.
    Mr. it is
    Conger, impossible just now
    $:;!:;OOOO. 1 .tion. suggested the formation of state and ''
    The fire was discovered! at 6 o'clock i; sue Southern :Mutual case is one of :I national boards of arbitration, authorized I VISITED EKUbEK'S UO1E.I to to Pao send Ting any foreign Fu. forces from Pekin. 3

    I on the ground door of the building, j and empowered to nettle all mat I '
    Mr. doubt to the -
    which occupies a city block. While i be- ters of differences between labor and \\ of the President Exchangee Greetings Conger' as permanence
    of the Chinese ability to protect
    the alarm was being sounded, the the and has attracted should binding With IlrllUh Officer ;
    1.) j country, more capital whose decrees be
    the missions is in line with his preti-
    .... flames had crept up a chute to the than local attention ever since the col. on the parties affected.Mr. A special dispatch from Pretoria

    g, third floor, and by the time the firemen lapse of the association several yeare I Thompson expressed the opin describe the visit made by officers of a ous belief expressions in his mind of opinion that the, indicating few Clli- '. y

    t arrived, the entire building :wasa ago. The amount of money that the ion that public sentiment in the south I I Lord Roberts' staff to the Kruger residence protest
    I ness generals who are disposed to
    ; mass of flames. stockholders will get will depend would justify the shooting of union in Pretoria. It says: the foreigners are to be overcome

    largely upon the sum collected by the men who interfered with non-union "We were received by a Dutch pas by the element at the Chinese eoflit.which ,
    4 Tbe South American Revolution. receivers. Auditor Hammond has men at work. He said that tho Southwas tor, and short!} joined by :Mrs. Kru is favorable to the boxers. )I'

    A Washington dispatch says: Although listed the amounts standing to the holding out as inducements to the ger. She composedly exchanged greeting -

    there is much conflict as to credit of all.According manufacturers of textiles that they with her visitors, who notified Mist Higher Wages 1.

    '' the status of the revolution in Colombia to the report, betweenthe will be free from labor strikes. her of their intention to replace the ,
    The section the Cincinnati 1
    all advices that armies aggregating time of its organization and until There is, he eaid. a movement on burgher guard by a gmard of British men on
    agxe '
    and Hioton division of the Cbesap_aha :
    23,000 or O.OOO men have the appointment of receivers some foot to put it beyond the power of labor troops. The burghers thereupon laid .
    ; and Ohio railroad strike ;
    on a
    oS been facing each other with sanguin three years ago, the association lost unions to disturb industrial condi down their arms on the asphalted are fir
    t3 about 5350.000. tions. porch of the building." higher wages.
    results.
    try }
    r GENERAL PILAU FIRST SFB.OBU3IZ1TIO. 3
    CABINET DISCF! SSS SITUATION. LJL5DAUER AND COFFXAN CAPTURED. Keep abreast of these xtlrriap tines '
    bj snbseribiif for your home' paper. Of the Cotton Grower I*.mebeJTroap +,
    He Was the Host Aggressive of Aplaal- -
    JEj Pretest Faera Regarding Trouble indicted By OrasuS Jury at Atlanta GeFor .. do' Lieutenant The price I. little and JOB cannot CeaatyOa..7attaars. I xp
    Hay afford to be without It. At LaGrange, Ga., last 8anrdythe
    IB the Chine Empire. Alleged Crookednee A :Manila special says: General Pio bankers '
    farmers'merchants, cotton ;tt
    I The cabinet meeting Tuesday was An Atlanta dispatch says: A. Laa- del Pilar, the most aggressive and manufacturers, ginnera and otbtr
    :
    diner of the Southern most persistent of the Filipino leaders EfiECTHIC CABS COLLIDES .
    devoted largely to a discussion of the president Agricultural trades and profession of:Troup conn'
    C'I C2kI a Chinese situation. Secretary Hay laid works and E. G. Coffman, has been captured and made a -ty assembled at the court 'boUle for ;.l

    before the cabinet dispatches from general manager, were indicted by the prisoner at Goadaloupe, six miles east FrI btlal Smathnp la WnlefcFoar PeopleAre perfecting, ,the'- first sub-organization ,;

    r9 consular officers which indicated that Fulton grand jury Thursday. of Manila, by some of the Manila native Killed Outright of the ;state association of "Cotton t,.

    the situation is critical. I Landaner is charged with being a chiefs. A fjA htlnl accident resulting in the Growers- -
    that have been taken tot common cheat and swindler, while The meeting attended j
    dPfjur ran largely
    The steps Hanna Will Hold On. loss lives and the ,injuring: of
    '
    re-enforce Admiral Kempff were gone Coffman is charged with embezzle and great nthmi:.. :marked: the procelling -
    I and it was decided to stand by ment. Both men are out of the city. A Washington dispatch says: It is twenty-six persons, .occurred, on the *, which culminated in giving '
    ::.! over Laudaner is reported to be be in stated high authority that Senator Oakland Beach electric road at Providence
    the policy which has been entered upon on to Troup county distinction of first t :
    !j of pushing measure for the protection Milwaukee He left Atlanta April Hanna will succeed himself as chair- B. L, Sunday'noon.'one of the leading off In'' a movement which is :

    !roa of the lives and property of IStb, the day the Southern Agricultural man of the Republican national Committee injured being Lieutenant Governor C. perhaps the most important ever yet =
    works failed. Coffm&n's where and will conduct the D. Kimball. Two cars met in head- '
    American citizens and of acting independently coming a undertaken in the. interest of .the ,
    as far as possible. abouta is unknown. campaign. _. on collision on a sharp curve. southern fanners. ,'
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    /: :::il:,; FRIDAY: JUNE 15, 1900. I Balance to the Credit of Stats and Educational Convention Muddle Settled. i

    .: .. _. Fund The Democratic executive committee

    The Utah mine explosion causing The report of the state treasurer of Walton county met at DeFuniak
    Plain Omelette For Brei kf. t.
    week to settle the-
    :- the loss of nearly three hundred lives filed with the shows balancesto Spriags the past
    .
    governor
    ,
    eomm'on, breakfastdish !
    An omelette is a of the
    Killed and Several Others and of the regularity con-
    several state question
    . in one awful minute, is a reminder of but there are omelettes and the credit of the and of
    funds at the close of bus vention of May 19th, a con"vention -
    educational
    '. \:"' the feebleness of belligerent man as a Wounded In St Louis Streets. omelettes; the simplest are generallythe mess May 31, 1900 as follows: General called by a part of the committee.to .

    ; r destroyer compared with the elemental best. Three minute and a good fund $137,609.24; one meet in DeFuniak Spring3. Four- ;
    I revenue ;
    ; fire, with fie hdeggs and sweet milk, of the eighteen precincts of the--
    forces of nature. will make omelette, "fit to mill school tax fund, $14,504.73; pea- teen
    genuine The
    sion tax fund $30,179.36; tax certificate county were represented. com
    "
    i: DEPUTIES DO BLOODY WORK set before the king. I indorsed .approved the action
    ; From the fresh life of the rural districts One tablespoonful of milk to each fund, $12,674,08; principal of mittee
    and still school fund, $43,757.62; principal of of the convention of l\Ial19th in
    men women are of
    and
    young dash of a pinch .
    egg, a pepper and
    interest of its selection of delegates; condemned -
    drawn to the schools, the colleges and salt, a bit of chopped parsley or, for Seminary fund $105.17; convention
    Strikers Were Returning From school fund $1,989.39 Agricultural the dissenting as.
    ,
    few fresh oysters or a lit-
    the business opportunities of the city, a change, a I unofficial.The .
    Picnic When the Un lookedFor tle chopped ham, the eggs, and your I college fund $131.25; Experimentstation
    and also met and, hav-
    take their ,
    now places dissenters
    .I; as always, materials are all at hand. The best fund, $1,040.14; white college,

    among the beet elements that enter Trouble Occurred. chefs say twelve strokes of the spoon, Morrill fund, $016.60; colored college. ing representation from only six pre-

    -; into city life. Let us not croak too no more, no less, is ample, and the Morrill fund, $3,155,61; college mess cincts, adjourned without making any-

    much about the degeneracy of rural delicate tact in quickly cooking and hall fund, $177.82; college incidentalfund selection of delegates to the state con-
    Last Sunday, in St. Lous, was one station incidental fund, vention. This means that they have
    sim $7.27
    is alt itself as well as ;
    life, suggests the Christian Register. of the most eventful and bloody since dishing plicity.An $12.71; bonds of 1873 sinking fund, : assented to the action cf the executivet.,

    '" the great strike of the Transit com- omelette cooked in the regularway $533.02; bonds of 1871. sinking fund, committee, which leaves the county in.

    ; 1 All the heroes in the world do not pany began, more than one month then spread with,raspberries or 838.71; total, $247,112.88.The a state of political harmony.Tax .

    year military uniforms. There are other rolled dusted
    up
    ago. There were numerous encounters preserves Certificate J 'nlttanef!..
    a''; soldiers of science not leas brave. As between strikers and other riotous with sugar and served as dessert, is a general agents Tampa for the The state treasurer has remitted to-
    rich dish, quickly made. Hollander Line, which is to begin
    witness the cases of Drs. Sambon and persons ?nd the constituted authorities very between Tampa and the several counties the amounts due-

    J Low two eminent who transportation each from the sale and redemption of
    physicians
    resulting in three deaths and Fruit Deiiert New York that they could not get
    have volunteered to risk their lives in wounding of fire or more persons When the family declares it- the vessel say ready for the 15th. ,They tax sale certificates from May 1, 1900,.

    \h the deadly swamps of the Romana mostly stt1 .crs. One of the latter will self heartily tired of ordinary puddings announce that the 22d has been selected to May 31, 1900, inclusive, as follows:

    ;' Campagnain the service of the British die. the following will be found as the date and already there is a Alachua, $77.76; Baker, $46.13-

    Tit dam was quiet until the afternoon I novel and delicious: Heat a cupfulof full cargo awaiting them, while the Bradford, 51 cents; Brevard, $15.80;.

    r Government, and incidentally of the vheu the police were taken off : fruit juice for instance, ,cannedor merchants generally are ordering goodsout Citrus, $420.60; Clay $23.94; Columbia -

    whole civilized world. a n;>u.be! ot streetcar lines for the evaporated cherries with equal from New York by the new line $23.47; (Dade, Sl.OG; De Soto,

    purpose of living them a rest, and to amount of water; when boiling stir and good business is in sight. $786.25; Daval; $677.61; Escambia, :

    New York has come nearer than any test the ability of the Transit companyto in throe even tablespoonfuls of corn $164.53; Franklin $1.20; Hernando,

    other State in'solving the question of operate without friction. Cars were starch, mixed smooth with a little $41.89; Hillsboro. $443.49; Holme,
    additional
    The bids for erecting
    . I : prison labor by employing prisoners in operation during the daytime on all cold water, boil ten minutes, sweetento and other buildings at Mullet $1.60; Lake $224.78; Lee 43.03;.
    the lines of the Transit company ex- taste, remove from the fire, then quarters Levy, $33.38; Liberty, 60 cents; Madison
    in the production of supplies for the : opened a few days
    Key
    were ago.
    cept the southwestern. At night oars beat in the stiffened whites of three $8.70; Marion $319.90; Monroe ;

    maintenance of State county and mu- were run under police protection until eggs and a half saltspoonf of salt. Edenfield & Jetton, of Tampa, were $70.04; Nassau $138.33; Oranpe.I; ,
    this firm has
    nicipal institutions, and for the support midnight on the Park avenue, Olive Turn in a mold and when cold, turn the lowest bidders. As $203; Of>ceola. $1,332.91; Pasco 67.

    of the inmates of the same, thinks street, Lindell division and La Clede out and eil with shipped cream or a performed much work for the govern- 86; Polk, $158.91; Putnam, $202.69;. .

    the Philadelphia Press. The industrial avenue line. soft custard made from the yolks of ment, and has an excellent reputationfor St. Johns $34.90; Sumter $107.76.
    is almost
    what it has already done, it -
    ,The most serious trouble broke out the eggs.A Suwannee. $5.92; Taylor $1.91; Yoln'i
    -' :\"i commission in its report on at 7 o'clock p. m. in front of the six. can of grated pineapple sweet- sure that they will get the I sia, $58.77; Wakulla, $10.29; total, s.

    ,, t,'.. prison labor urges this plan which story store building on Washington ened to taste poured"on half a box of award. The total amount of building $5,818.68.
    included in this contract will fee
    , 'II: has worked so successfully in New avenue occupied by the sheriff's posse gelatine, soaked five minutes iu cold over -

    ' ::>J' York, and which is the only scheme comitatus as a barracks and headquarters. water, then dissolved by stirring in $60,000. While there is only a small detach '

    Fl' ever proposed which avoids competition Several hundred striking streetcar half a cup of boiling water makes an- !. ment of soldiers now stationed at St. fi
    men had gone to East St. Louis other delightful change. A pint 01. There was a jail delivery at Madi- Francis barracks, still the men keep- i".

    f with free labor,and yet keeps the: earlier in the day to attend a picnic whipped cream should be beaten in son recently. Of the seven prisoners the Government property in first-clasa- .

    " 'f. prisoners from the demoralization ol given for their benefit at Wolff's at the last and the whole turned intoa Pink Tindall and A. J. Register, condition and everything about the-

    ...:t idleness. New York has its prison, grove. Toward evening they began mold to eat. Half of this recipe is each charged with murder and a white post is in apple-pie order. The residents t

    under one central State management. I returning home singly, in group. of sufficient for a family of four. man and a negro, each charged with in the neighborhood of the gar- .;;

    ; t\fo or three, or in companies of a assault l with intent to murder; escaped, rison profit by their location for the t.

    F I hundred or more. Mountain Shortcake. the other three remaining. It was streets in that locality are sprinkled "t

    United States Commissioner oi JTu serious trouble! occurred until This variety of shortcake possessesthe not discovered until early the ,next regularly by the ,barracks sprinkling ;,

    Education William T.Harris says thai, : one of these companies, composed ofur&'ly advantage of being very easily morning., The bars of.the inside cage wagon. ifI '

    civilization has two important objects;::: : 150 street car men in uniform made, and is delicate and delicious.It of chilled steel were found to have ". ,

    .\ The one is to place under the com,, !: s.r,1 headed by a drum corps, came west is composed of large, delicate pancakes been sawed asunder and a large hole I A well attended meeting of promi-
    -. little thicker than the ordinary made in the outsido brick wall.
    >: Washington avenue. In their caps a was .
    mand of the individual and the so3cl' I nent citizens of Braidentown was held. .j.
    : -, hem had cards bearing these griddle cake, and of that variety
    which it decided to-
    at
    recently was
    whole the '
    services of nature, and ilic which the Scotch call 'scones. To
    W-l 'i : r.J' The Gainesville city council met in celebrate the coming Feurth of July t'in |
    other function is the making availahl'to :, 'Union or nothing; liberty or make these mountain cakes, sift three
    special session for the purpose of making glorious style. A committee was.
    I of floor in bowl and stir in i
    each individual the lives of his: fellowmen :':: H. cupfuls a arrangements for the first payment appointed to attend to the financial *

    so far as their experieii- i_, '.1.' c men were marching along the. it three cupfuls of sour milk. Let on the purchase of the gas plant. part of the celebration and after a ;
    the mixture remain night if
    over or,
    Fill. Milk the south side of Wash-
    concerned their i on The is the the discussion of what shouldbe
    and observation.: '

    the shortcake is to be served for
    ii. supper
    the bar-
    r. : avenue opposite
    on nature their reflections thr" I posse city, and a payment of $5,000 has been done, an adjournment war taken *
    ,
    upoa mood lee the flour stand in the soar
    + r>**?*. They were in a jocular *
    : ordered. While the council has until date in order to the-
    given an early give
    facts of nature, and their insight into, and as near as can be learned, had no milk all day. Just before the cakes definite information
    put finance committee the to-
    no regardingthe opportunity i
    the laws by which nature is : ckction of making trouble. are baked add three tablespoonfuls of
    governf. any matter it is the general opinion interview the business men and all oth- |
    melted butter,and beat it in thoroughly. -
    Not only this experience regarding.' -Tnst as they were passing the barracks of that the plant will be added to, and in ers interested in order to see how far'j
    Add also
    saltspoonful
    an even
    nature, but the experience regarding, I|: ion was a car going at west.the Park A number avenue of divis-the salt and one and a half teaspoonfuls time the electric light plant? placed the funds obtainable would reach. :r,

    the human life, the laws which mak i men broke from the line and rushed of soda dissolved in boiling water. there by unknown parties. ','

    4 social combinations possible insight 1 toward the car, with the intention, it Beat the mixture and bake it in cakes 4. At a recent meeting of the city council .
    the size of an eight inch plate. Use Letters patent have been issned for of Fernandina the committee on-
    I which underlie morality, religion and l is said, of boarding it and taking a
    ride. Another statement was made a well-greased frying pan to balia! the incorporation of the Madison Gin- streets was authorized to purchase-

    - the philosophical view of the world. that it was the intention of the strikers them. A little saet on a fork is bet- ning Company, with a capital 0187.000. one thousmd"'bushels: of shell for Cedar .

    to assault the motorman and cone ter for greasing the frying pan than to conduct a general ginning, buyingand street, fifteen hundred bushels-

    Word comes from tbe Australia; ductor, whose car was without the butter. Spread each cake as it is selling of cotton, cotton seed, for Fourth street and one thousand

    colonies, and particularly New Soutt usual police guard. A brick was taken up with butter; dredge it with merchandise and deal in real and per- I bushels for broken places in all the-

    granulated sugar and heap well- sonal property. TJie incorporators are streets. Application of patrons of
    Wales, that an effort ha been begui: thrown through the car window and a
    shot was fired. Members of the sugarel strawberries cut, in halves B. B. McCall. J. B_ Davis, H. L. city electric light was'also made, ask-

    to induce young women to emigrati sheriff's swarmed from the building over it. Tile three of these cakes together I Young and H. J. McCall. ing an amended scale of prices to=

    \, to that country and ultimately ma! and surrounded posse tbe crowd of strikers for a shortcake. Cut them into cover prices of lights burned to mid-

    '- the men who are in a surplus in tho< .about the car, calling upon them triangular quarters to serve them, as After July 1st the mails between night and those used all night; was-

    " colonies. It is estimated that then e to disperse. waffles are cut and served. These Cutler and Miami will be carried referred to committee to consider and
    fruit shortcakes are very nice ma.lewith over- mature a scale to favor .
    consumers.Rittenhouse
    : are about twenty-two men in ever, Other shots were fired and then dewberries or with red raspber- I land. Belly Johnson has secured the

    ", one hundred men in New Soutl some of the deputies turned loose contract The mail is now carried via
    I berries well with strawberries.
    as as Moore, the contractor-
    their repeating shotguns loaded with I sailboat, and is uncertain. This
    . Wales alone who in the present situation <. very I deepening the channel at
    Tampa
    buckshot As far be learned I II
    as can ia an. improvement in the mail service
    I : bavo no prospects of marrying 01 only four of the men in the strikers' y VSEHoLD! that the people have been asking for. closed a contract to fill in six hundred
    .
    ....-- feet water front on the west side of
    account of the lack of women. Matters ranks were hit. Not a deputy was ;

    ' are also becoming worse instea d wounded. : : i HINTS } ; Walter Yowell, the publisher of the the river. This is known as Beach
    : 1 I Place, and will have a stone seawall
    .:- of better, as the gold mines in thai t Under the command of Colonel Orlando Star, has purchased the hand- erected in and
    the
    Cavender the deputies arrested twenty A layer of old newspapers makes power printing press on which the front filling in done.
    '
    .1 neighborhood are attracting largi e of the strikers and took them into the matting much more durable. Orange County Reporter was printed behind. This will be a very important

    numbers of miners very few of who barracks where they searched. piece of work, and the examplewill -,
    were When soaking the salt out of cucumbers several years before the consolidationof
    .. are accompanied by wives, and as tin e Three revolvers and a number of it is said the pickles will be more the Sentinel and Reporter. It is a no doubt be followed by many

    x ,'; emigration is increasing the propor. pocket knives were secured and they crisp if hot water is used instead of' good machine and will prove a valuable others who have property to fill in.,

    ..-. tion of unmarried males is constantly) prisoners were locked up. The other cold.Dishes i addition to the Star outfit. Thisis

    : ',:# increasing. strikers fled. that have become brown I an evidence of prosperity: on the partof Meetings are being held by the var ;"-

    ... 0""., from baking may have the stain removal the Star. I ans nnious ;which are entangled in the-
    , '. DEATH IX EXPLOSION. and j trouble in the Havana-American Company's
    -. .;: The one hundred principal tradi e. by soaking in.!strong borax -
    , water. The jury in the Summers caso at factory at Tampa and those-:
    r. unions of Great Britain, with a mem Gainesville brought in in a position to talk that
    Three People Killed and More Fatally Every woman who wishes to have a a verdict of say light is-
    : ; bership in 1898 of 1,013,476, or abou t not guilty after having been breaking. think that it I
    ..". ; Hart In Wait Anniston,Ala. white complexion should drink at least out for They will only

    ;.j.' sixty per cent of the total member Fearful havoc was wrought Saturday two quarts of distilled water a day, i two days. be a reasonable time until the trouble

    A ', :;;:; ''' hip of all the unions, spent durin)g but not at meals. -- will be settled among themselves, and:
    . morning by the explosion of a huge I The "Steele property," at Citra the factory will then be thrown open.It .

    ; "k< the seven years, 1892-1898, inclusive boiler at the Duke brick works West Make your ironing holders square, consisting of a large tract of land, cannot open now because the men
    "
    gar 'I I then double them and sew the
    for friendly and benevolent purposes Anniston, Ala Two persons were will 011'when up orange grove and phosphate deposits, I are striking against each other, aad'
    ends. not drop
    .: :. fifty-nine per cent of their total expenses I killed instantly by the explosion; one They has been purchased by Mr: Robert L. I are not in trouble with the manage
    the iron is down. !
    'r : while another eighteen pe r: died a few hours afterwards, two others put i Steele W. T. S. Steele and J. W. ment of the factory at all. !
    ;
    ; ,- ':i::: cent was devoted ;to working expenses .. I are expected to die, and six others are device For use is formed in polishing of two knives flat pieces a good oi :i Covington of Rockingham, N. C. I ___ ;
    : more or less An ancient ;
    injured: severely.
    paper on file in the
    ,, r: of. various kinds, and onl;I material, having polishing cushions :! The internal revenue office in Tampa clerk of the court's office at Lake I

    ,: -' twent'-three per cent to dispute ben. on their opposing lace, the upper sold City
    : : HOBSON COMING HOME.: $47,535 worth of stamps during dated August y, 1853, is a deed some (
    ,!fr.: fits. American trade unions are mud member being pivoted on the l lower to'. the month just closed. but of this what yellowed with age. It is attested! 1
    admit the knife blade between the
    t" and these admirable benefifeatures amount $44,559 was for cigars alone. by S. Scarborough clerk t
    r younger, Hero of the Merrlmae Suffer From Long I of court.
    ; l' j' with Pro ." two.To I Now, forty-seven years afterward,M.
    " come age, states Service In the Tropic :
    take the letters and
    coloring off I Messrs. Howell and Martin of New M.
    ; Scarborough, the son, as clerk of
    ; fessor Edward W. Bemis in the Ne :
    VI'r.'j. Naval .Constructor Richmond: Pear- new flour sacks put them into the Jersey will at once erect a sawmill at the circuit court, re-recorded the lame

    :': :' York Independent. Less than one i. spa Hobson, who beeame famous boiling suds after the white clothesare Standard,'near'Y rriston. and placed his attestation to the rec-,

    :> cixth of our trade. unions' were in iiitenoe through the sinking of the Merrimac taken ,out. Let them stand twenty. ord. Both father and ion made. effici-

    & in 1830 and then '' minutes half an hour; then with The oat and rye crops harvested in ent offic *
    . < they em i. at Santiago, has been condemned by a very little rubbing they will uome out Leon this ala-
    county have
    season
    ,
    not
    ..1. braced less than one-tenth of the
    . : : ei' medical board ,tlAA static white.
    on been
    survey excelled
    for
    .1\';:'. sting membership, of' perhaps on e station and recommended t+*$"be"re Chicken meat and fish salads are prospect for all other many crops years,is and rarely the officially Governor informed, Bloxham that, having the been.of'May

    '.: million, of all American unions, whilonethird e lieved from, his present duties and improved by letting them marinatefor ever more promising at this season of 27th, J. I. Smith on and night D. L.

    : of the present Britisi h ordered home at once: a few hours in finely chopped the year. $ Smith were assassinated
    It is not 'believed that his health in by one Chas.
    oil and
    onion vinegar. Soaa
    ,
    - onions" were inn existence twent use a P. Mann, the has offered
    ;y governor a.
    necessarily undermined, but he is suffering few,drops of prepared cbervil. The An old was killed
    negro at Clarkeone reward of $200
    in those unions for the and
    and to-da > arrest
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    fears ago, ;7 conviction
    from long service in tropical Onion should all be retuovcl and the night the past week by a train of
    on .the
    said'Munn' who ia
    are over_sixty per cent. of all the'Bria t-; jlimates. It may not be necessary tc liquid poured off before the dressing the Plant System railroad. -. a fugitive from justice.JiA. now
    order his retirement.
    iBh trade.unionists. b added.


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    Daring. The Transvaal and tbe World's Fair.
    r : CHINA WOES The
    This man la not in the habit of flirting The'visitors to the Paris Exposition "

    but he really could not resIst.the 'will see:some-curious exhibits la con.nectoIi'with& mu .0:: 1

    temptation the other day when'he entered :- the South African exhibit, '
    } GROW all
    APACE a corner grocery, in,the outlying .among 'them models of mines containing your '

    ( Turn district. The pretty, red-cheeked girl ore glittering. -with. diamond and ';neighborsand-
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    behind the counter. looked 80 .demure gold.- f. .

    \ and said, "Certalaly, sir" so sweetly It is commonly supposed that dia friends ,
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    when he asked If he could use the tele- monds and gold constitute the back. :

    Desperate Fight Rages BetweenTroops'and of Life phone that be was tempted to use the bone of South Africa's mineral riches. think you f.

    : electric converser as the means of As a matter of fact;,nearly every mIneral must be

    "Boxers. throwing a complaint. Besides, bad known to science and nearly every ..twentyyears" ''drd

    not she encouraged him by a Blight precious stone used by the Jeweller are STREAM :

    This Is a critical period arching of the eyebrows and a coy found In that country. In truth, South

    SOLDIERS ARE OUTNUMBERED In the life of every woman glance In his direction? She was waiting Africa Is a''mass of mineral from the older than you are?

    and no mistakes should on a neighboring housewife, who I Cape to the Zambesi River.In Yet it's impossible; to

    be made. was herself attractive enough to cause the Kimberley district and east to look young with the

    Situation Seems Ito Be Takinga more than passing attention. They I Bloemfontern, diamonds and natural' color of 70 years in
    Tile both laughed when be made a facetious iron abound. To the northwest of this r
    and
    ono reoognlzod
    More Critical Turn the hair. It's sad to .
    -American remark to his friend at the other end of district are the Witwatersrand gold r

    Troops Needed. reldhelp for women the line. fields. On the Vaal and Orange Rivers : see young persons

    who are approach and "Where are you now?" asked the magnificent asbestos, some of it six feet look prematurely old '

    passing through this friend. long, can be had for the trouble of dig
    ; I in this Sad because
    Pr Advices of Friday from Tien Tain way.
    ging.
    fellow
    wonderful change Is "Why, replied the audacious ,
    staled In an of the it's all unneces
    that 4,000 Boxers snrroundedr "I'm out here In an east-end grocery Silver exists parts coun- .

    1,500 Chinese between Lofa sell dozen try, but Is mined only near Pretoria. for hair
    troops watching a pretty girl a eggsto sary; gray
    I Lydia E. Plnkhem'i Vegetable Compound | Copper has been mined in Namaqua- .
    and Tone Tsunc last Thursday.. and-- a customer. may always be restored .
    land since the seventeenth century, and '
    '
    There was a sudden plunk and
    According to the latest
    news, fightingwas
    Thai the allowed the recently fine deposits nave been found
    utmost reliance aplash, as the confused girl '
    still going on Friday morning. in Mashonaland.Lead to its ,
    sack which she count-
    into was
    paper
    be
    Chinese officials say that 500 Boxers can placed upon this is found in conjunction wIth natural q
    >
    ing the eggs to fall to the floor. .;;
    were killed, but give no account of tie groat medicine Is testified The proprietor of the grocery cameIn other metals in all parts. Zinc prtets .-.',-,.". ,I

    I Chinese casualities. to In the Malmanl district and antl:lony .'
    by an army of from the rear at that moment and color l, :
    I The following cablegram was received the has been mined near Barberton. Tin '; \
    grateful women who have the young man escaped during con- ".r.
    I at the navy department Friday been fusion.-Detroit Free Press. Is being mined at great profit.in Swazieland by using = >.'1{
    It.
    I: afternoon: helped by I twenty-one pounds of the pure visor I .i i'
    metal being taken from ton or 'fi:' J
    I TONG Ku, June 8.-"Landed forcesto Mrs. Pinkham, who has He Doesn't Mesa li every '{lir ..
    ore. Quicksilver has been discoveredIn
    protect American interests with con- the greatest and most When you hear a young man say: "1 the north of the Transvaal. For over half a century :f1_ .

    sent of China; fifty-six to Pekin, rest successful experience In don't believe In a woman having any Mica can be found in the Zou*pcn,..- this has been the ;. /1 ;:
    to Tien Tsin. Nations sent force to thing to do but sit end read, or manicure -tr

    both cities; no injury eo far. British, the world to qualify her her finger nails all day, I don't burg district, between the Selali nnc? standard hair prepara- 1 : ;
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    Russian and Chinese admirals and will advise you, free of want my wife to be busy about any Great Letaba Rivers. Salt is plentiful tion. It is an elegant -, .
    at Ultenbage, in the Cape Colony, at
    twenty warships here. Our landing thing. why, of course, you know that J :
    forces under :McCalla June 5. Situation charge. Her address Is the young man Is simply talking, Craddock and,near Bloemfontein. In dressing; stops falling .\ I

    most critical. Russian force has Lynn, Mass. Write to her., against time. lIe doesn't mean a word Rhodesia sulphur is being mined and of the hair; makes .." ;

    begun fighting; landed fifty more men; be says, and It Is safe to warrant that In Natal-oil has Just been discovered. the hair grow ; and t

    have requested Helena to be sent immediately Where People Dress Alike. he Is the first man who would be boredto Nitrate>deposits have been located in .-
    cleanses the scalp .) '
    to protect interests, or vessel I death by such a girl. This young the Doornberg Mountains.
    In Yucatan, Central America sisters
    like her. Consider battalion ma- man may like to fancy that he is a Besides'diamonds, amethysts, beryls, from dandruff. .tt
    dress precisely nUke even to the tleing ,. '
    rines necessary. Need gunboat as a I I believer in such false sentiments and garnets,. sapphires, opals; olivines, to,
    of a bow, the turn of a button, or the $1.00 a bottle. AildratZtsts. > l.
    base inside. Tien Tin Pekin railway I I perhaps he does believe in them for pates, carnellans, tourmalines, rubies ,. .t.
    flower in the hair. In the"ttoplcs large MI bare been using Ayers Hair ;---r: !,
    cut. Will act in concert with other the moment of saying. But this may and turquoises have been found.-COl. :: \
    Vigor for OTer 20 yean and I can .' ...
    families the rule and .
    are one see .r
    powers to protect if necessary. Meet- may more than likely be only his way of Uer's'Weekly. heartily recommend it to the public. ,: : .; .
    In that country girls in groups of from I as the beet Lair tonic in existence. y fi .
    ing of senior naval officers today, three to a baker's dozen oho belongto protesting against the wave of energy I IIrll.O.L.ALDu.oJr, :i, .
    present English, French, German, which the girlhood of to-day Is responding I II Badly Needed. April, tI. fctor.Tez.If TM \ \ -
    their
    Austrian, Japanese, Russian and the same family as clothes to, out of which perhaps may "I'm going to travel this year," said -.' .
    will show. It is ,thus easy to distinguish -I I yoa do not obtain an the benefit -.3. }
    American. Arranged for combined come salvation even to man. Orelse, the young man with more money than y action to protect life and property if the members of a family any- I I possibly, there is nothing more than brains. "I've decided that I need the Doctor about It. Address, ';
    men'and I I Dtt.J. C. AVER. : '
    In Anam .
    required. "KEMPFF." where. women sly.method in hIs old school assertionPhiladelphia clJa ge''* LoftD.Hue.i '' 'JD
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    wear their hairin the same way, and !I I Inquirer. "I guess that's right replied the i :. ';"\; :
    A New York Herald dispatch from dress almost alike. Earrings and finger __ __ .
    ------ -- --- candid friend. "You've got London says: rings are worn by the women only. I Gold Medal Prize Treatise, 29 Cto. and you need< sense." :: : J.I J.

    "The anxiety regarding events in.. The men and women of the Cree tribe The Science of Life, or Self-Preservation, Wanted for beat : i
    -- selling book ever Ipa
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    the far east has spread still further. of Indians dress alike except the or- 365 pages, with engravings: 25 cte., paper I AfiENTS Uabed. 1.000 de- -': :tI '
    \ namentation of their leggings, which cover; cloth, full gilt/*!. by mail. A book 'Uvered in York Co... .tS. "
    "Over and over again one hears the for every man, young, middle-aged or old. I :. C.. tWO in Ander .
    n
    opinion expressed that nothing can Is vertical for men and horizontal for million copies sold. Address the Peabody son County l KM la.U .
    .
    : and Russia women. Medico: Institute No. 4 Bulnnch St., Boston t I'.r ; on,1,139 In. Memphis. One agent seUftMr.
    war between Japan .
    prevent I '
    ...fumislMd I. den/a niayameiIt -- o':" eek .00 to 410.00 per day sore
    puny
    lass., the oldest and best Institute In \'IrIIalII.
    In diplomatic circles nothingelse Bating Powder u....... bile fUMlahed"0000 lr a.11..rtDr;state your experience: any. -
    America. Prospectus lade Mecum free.
    is talked about. There exists Hair of Extraordinary Le l1h. Six cts. for postage. Write to-day for these LUCK.!'" In Sooth wits and all other popul.rtty.brand-OOOD conMMd.Shot" LUCK". "I x-, I j. 1.. NICHOLS & eo.. :

    now an excitement among diplomats books. They are the keys to health, vigor, I. laaraladP: ;WhDIuoma and tIIaIUIfuL 'ttoras I >.o.U 02.4 a*AnsUll Bnlldloc,Atlanta,Gar ..
    The longest: recorded hair growing on success and happiness.Best earrarjrcaa. '
    suck as has not been known for years .
    a j M>t 4itstamamasMSSCMwWa.eiuQfC f fr
    and which has entirely eclipsed all the a female head was eight feet. The long. World. ; OPIUM AND MORPHINE :!
    in the
    :
    attention hitherto given to the war in est recorded beard was twelve feet. Tile Base Glrl-I thought you would marry a DROPSY quick NEW rfM DISCOVERY and euna;wont***. r ht\.r-Uc..ed: at home. NO CUBE,NO PAY.. ... > I 'J ,
    South Africa. title. dear. I CM**. Eeofc of t- mOllia!*tod 10 darn treatment s C"Tf"lo"u'.ence confidential. GATE CITY j J
    :: "A visit to the city revealed the increase From LoaisTllle, Kj. The American Girl-I did. I Free. Dr. K. B. BBXEM'S IOKS.Box B..a.Uaata.ea c'>CIi":-.', Lock box 7J ,Atlanta,Ga. :1:
    "I take off hat to 50c. box of The liase filrl-Oh, did your What Is ItT
    a
    in my
    Th Girl with
    anxiety. American ( l'mpbasla-Ml&ter.
    "There exists in financial circles all Tetterine. It has eared me of a long- -Phi adelpbls. North American. I il L
    standing skin disease which doctors in
    the preliminaries of a panic, which All goods are alike to PUTHAX FIDELXSS 1 WINCHESTER \
    sentiment has affected all the markets seven states failed to cure. May the Dna,&! they color all fibers at one boiling I r-'. .

    and quite neutralized the anticipatedeffect manufacturer live long and continue bold by all druggists I GUN CATALOGUE FREE < I'J t

    ,of the good news from South to make such a blessing to humanity.W. WV j

    : Africa." C. Cantrell. 50c. at druggists or A Handy Panacea.. Tells all itoot Winchester Rifles Shotguns and tailtioD
    by mail from J. T. Shuptrine Savannah ''I mIll you would do something for my bus ...
    DISCUSSED BY CABISET. Ga. band worrying" Mid about ibe money..nxlous: "wife; "he seems to be Send name and address on a postal now. Don't delay if you are interested. ; ,;:!,

    The crisis of the orient was the subject "Don't be alarmed, mAdame." returned the J lr
    discussed to the exclusion of all doctor reassurtnglr "I'll relieve him o( tha"Phlladei ." WINCHESTER,REPEATING ARMS CO.
    Jacky's Prayer.
    I hla Record. .
    WINCHESTER AVENUE' NEW .
    HAVEN, CONN.
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    others by the cabinet at Friday's meet- .
    At the battle of Trafalgar a sailor
    ing. There were messages from Minister Arc You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
    found kneeling by his gun, as his ship

    indicating Conger that and Admiral instead Kemjiff of improvement both- was about to engage the enemy, was Tire It .is 1.the Ach only ng, cure Hot,for Sweating Swollen.Feet Smarting, Corns, :.. ..I i.......I.I*..R* : I
    asked by the first lieutenant if he were -
    Foot-Ease
    the conditions are worse than and Bunions. Ask for Allen's m
    afraid. "Afraldt" answered Jack, with powder to be shaken into the shoes. Cures ,
    at any time since the boxer outbreak. an expression of the utmost disdain; while you walk. At all Druggists and Shoe
    Conger asked for additional instructions Stores, 25c. bampie sent FREE. Address Dealers Like
    "no, honor; I'm only praying that |
    presumably upon the extent to the enemy's your shot may be distributedlike Allen ti. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. e Cigar L f' ,

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    which he should go toward joint action .
    the
    prize money-the greatest
    .
    with the of other Temptation Resisted.St. "
    representatives pow- among the officers." Peter-Editor. ehT What good things have smoke ;
    2 customers 1,1
    to theirregular
    ers.! ;
    bare yOu ever done New ArrlTil-1 once took $
    After the cabinet meeting Secretary Not of the Meek. the blamr for ODe of my owu mistakes instead ,
    stated that there would be no of throwing It en the Intelligent compositor.: m
    Hay "Well" said the New Woman, "sup-., St. Peter-Go up h ad.-Sew York Weenly.
    change in instructions to the minister, pose we do want the earth! What Cheroots '
    Old
    who is left to act largely on his own theaT To Cure a Cold In One 11.ty.Take 8 Virginia mm .. '' : .J
    of "
    discretion the government policy
    Vntxn. AU
    "Nothing," replied the old man, "ex- LUUTITK BKOMO QcixiKi
    independent action so far as it is pos druggists refund the money If It falls to curt .
    cept that you'll have to work for it; R. XV. UEOTX'S signature: is on each_ box. 35c.
    sible being impressed upon him again. You'll inherit Philadelphia because know that .
    never they once a man
    It is understood in official circle!, Press. rrtr.iff8; ; ".. I United States Transports. 'r .
    however that he is given practicallyfree "
    I
    uuriy-nme! transport he is "fixed J
    hand to do what he thinks best {I There are 2 starts smoking them p :
    I on the service of the United _State

    \ in any extreme crisis. Sand-blinded sufferers who army, of which thirteen are chartera and that he will have no more trouble J'with ; j

    CHINA IS l11rOTE. T. have not heard of the The Thomas, Meade, Logan, Gran : 'J ,

    At the Chinese embassy itis esti- Sherman Sheridan and Sumner ai "
    him with
    efficacy of him trying to satisfy $ ,
    mated that China's total land army on considered the finest In the world, b : .

    m peace footing amounts to 300,000 lug thoroughly equipped with electric: '
    kinds of Five Cent
    : men and 1,003,000 men on a war foot- ; appliances and all modern convenient : different cigars. .: l/Y

    ing. It is estimated that the army as for the comfort of their passenger "

    a whole has no unity or cohesion; ;:,,::: They have an a\-er3gecarrying capadl Three hundred million Old Virginia Cnefoots smoked this ; : \

    there is no proper discipline, the of about sixteen hundred troops, wit Ask own dealer. Price for cents. '
    year. your 3 5 2NOTALWATSSAVED.
    and i = )
    weapons are long since obsolete, Mitchell's Eye Salveshould their bapgageequipments and snpplie

    there is no transport, commissariator These vessels are used for the tran :
    medical service. portation of troops to and from tithe .. ..U...11.1..11..1.._. ; -.

    At the end of the war with Japan Philippine islands. Other tran ', .. .

    the Chen Hai and the Kang Chi alone know that this reliable ports owned by the government are tl '

    remained to China of her boasted Pel- Salve is in constant demand Buford. Burnside, Crook, Egbert; Ha :' r I

    sqnailron.MAXT Kilpatrick Lawton, M g
    yang wherever the com- cock Ingalls, '
    AMEBICAS8 IN THE E1TPIBE. I. Clellan. McPherson, Port Stephen d1nptU la ant die bay boy tb but ti ;. .

    At the state department it is estima- plaint is prevalent. Rawlings, Rosecrans, Sedgwick, Set 1 THE .....p..t. sad the-b.& Bags s. DON .
    good 'Then.why piadice souaoaoy as .f'
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    ted that there are 12,000 American Price 25 cents. All druggists. ard. Warren Wright, Relief and Terr. .,WIOD<< eDdt.I'. a dollar.M 10 mora .:.
    : citizens living in the empire of China. which are used for the transportation I. IOU get! a good M can be made,and lOG night u well

    fore than one-third are missionaries. HALL & RUCKEL, freight and animals, but have an aYE : reap the bltneftt U five;. _Did It..Ter ooe.r 10 yes in > .
    .
    Those not in the missionary field are : New Tort. 184 8. Lo.doa.lle age capacity for 1,000 troops and a ...r-..:. that ray? : '_ 0._ .
    engaged in mercantile pursuits shipping well equipped. The Relief and Ter: -- ....err ....t.,trrYi Ilr..t ROCKHIU.'BSSIchchant.soWhv

    mining and railway construc- tiara this Pap: ./ 'I1riat&A.C.IW.l1,to adeertiirr.. are hospital ships.

    tion.
    The missionaries are Fcattered.About .

    three hundred are in the Tien '' trat

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    concentrating. Unless the missiona-
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    , 'fr : Both Houses Adjourn Sine Die HEARD FROMThey Eamsy Sends Gunboat., she half said,pounds, in a of-Sunday hollow yoice.newspapers After she-," j ji'I

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    .. .J;' l' had gone out the proprietor !
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    GOVERNMENT' IS AIDING TOE BOSS suffice for a family of four

    ; j U t'. Transvaal Capital Now Located RUSHING WORK AND MUCH MERRIMENT Exterminate a Whole Battalion teen persons,-Detroit Journal. ,


    In i Railroad Care of Britishers.
    a
    Water Tray.l.Experlmt'nt. .
    The J-"tpr. Dowser; Severely Itehukei :Revolution In
    Speaker Henderson Ulven An Ovation. have that vessel, flttod.with
    proven
    One General For
    or tier Lending
    fialTa
    The Members Sine "Dixie": and propeller whirls ImtUta the flo. Y
    Killing the Outlaw develop a remarkable propelling power. It
    BOERS NOT Cheers Break Forth. will cause a revolution In water travel. Men
    YET
    : WHIPPED AT NEWS
    LONDON ASTONISHED gradually learn that Nature ways are best.
    One cause of t! e remarkable .ucc..u of Bos-
    Admiral Remey informs the navy tetter's Stomach Bitter soring from the face
    The first session of the 56th Con that It 1* a nirrale**. natural m il'-toe, mad
    I Oom Paul Declares That The department that the gunboat Nashville of Nature's most strengthening herbs. It Ua'
    p w gress was brought to a close Thurs It Was Confidently Believed That marines aboard left tare cure for (constipation Indigestion.bUlou3iio : orspepata 1jtf
    with force of
    '. South African War Is Nowhere day, one day later than the date pre- a : or weak kidneys.
    Power of Burghers Was Irretrievably Cavite Friday for Taku. She is a light
    Near an End. viously fixed upon by resolution.In An Alternative. tfi
    Broken.A .
    draught gunboat of the same type as
    a marked contrastwith the excit that will file" said! the re;".t.-d suitor "and
    the Helena and it is presumed
    .
    then she will mo how m neb loved her! t
    ; ing incidents attending the bitter she is sent in place of the latter. The "Don't go to extremes. said his friend

    ,, Dispatches reaching London sfate struggles of the closing hours of the London special says: Lieutenant Monocacy Shanghai, has also been 'ooothtngly. "Couldn't you tndtcato your fe.J-
    4r -that lajf by taking u>o.1'In 'Z"-ruck.
    the executive offices of the Transvaal
    -. ordered Admiral Kempff at Hi
    session of the house Speaker Henderson General Sir Frederick Forestier- to join,

    "- : ...= government are in a railway car laid down his gavel at 5 o'clock Walker, in command jot the lines of Taku.It The Bert Fre.cripUon for ChilI*
    : ''Which ,is shunted on a switch at is understood at the navy depart- And Fe.er Is a bottleof GROVX'9 TASTM.MSCmixToxiC.
    '. T Thursday afternoon at the conclusionof communication in South Africa reports Jt Is! simply iron and quinine to.K
    Nashville despatch
    Machadorp station.' President Kruger one of the most picturesque scenes ment that-the was Uuiivlea for in. -No nlrDO pay. L'rkejOe.;
    that in.the disaster to the Brit ed to Taku; in place of the Helena,
    .caused the interior the coach to be which Pas ever occurred in the house

    ,. reconstructed some time ago with a of re- *...i.t-itives. ish troops June 7th, at Roodeval, which was originally)) selected for that Makes: It: Escape. -,

    + view contingencies that now have P it.* >'on and personal rancor where the Boers cut Lord Roberts'line purpose but was probably unavailable' Biggs-Ml s Cheep ter eases every time 8h.
    Manilla. gets: oat la her rain-day akin theweather
    absent from
    e qtrFt .arrived. -> which !* brought the house to the of communications, the Fourth 01 cl ira.Bo r
    A correspondent of The Daily Express brink r ai riot several times dnr- The navy department has sent instructions ,:gs-Hear oatr she mean Ever see itSew ?-
    * battalion of the Derbyshire'regimentwere to the commander of the lori Pre-3
    who went from Lourenzo Marques nptui. T-eight hours previously

    ', to see President Kruger, was received g'e'4- .j..gthe last half hour to all killed, wounded or made Monocacy at Shanghia to report to Happier?,* "ftnaot W bought, but oneof i '
    six enlisted men. Admiral Kempff Taku, and that ves- th, hindrances to, its attainment !
    .., Thursday. The president sat gontl fflIlow6Up, which found vent ina prisoners, except gNat can t
    sel is her Though an te removed Adams Tutti PruttL
    already on way. by Pepsin
    >'Smoking a long pipe. He looked worried l'iitrntbursts: that stirred the Two officers and sixteen men were

    but his bearing was quiet and crvileu fat 1 eries to the highest pitchof killed and five' officers and 72 men old ship, the Monocacy: is admirably i
    to this kind of service, drawing Ills Opportunity.
    adapted
    :nthusia .
    t determined He did not make the au.Duringthe
    ( were wounded, many of them severely. only nine feet of water and carrying Mlas Elderiy-I'm very &,rry. Mr. Woodby.
    J leant objection to being interviewed. brief rece taken within General ForestierWalker's dispatchin but I use nova? be anything more to you

    The correspondent was equipped for thirty minutes of the time fixed for full is follows a very good secondary battery.Her ilia aWOOdby-
    as :
    is twelve officers 146 ('rUl'tlng-Yes., that's Just my
    4 the interview by cables from London. the final adjournment to give the presi- ,I.' 'Cape Town, June 10, Sunday.- personnel beastly luck-nml r,... got two grandmothers

    "Yes," said President Kruger, "it dent an opportunity to affix his sign The following telegram has been reported men.The already.-Chlmtfo\ewiCarter'e .
    Castine and Yorktown also
    is quite true that the British have ture to the bills that were being rush- are
    from Roodeval, June 7th, received .
    r at Shanghai and can be drawn Ink Ii U ed Exclu: lv ly
    occupied Pretoria. This however ed to him for approval, a group of upon
    from Stonham, commanding to.Admiral d' by the schools of New York.Boston and many
    does not end the war. The burghers members led by Mercer, of Nebraska; the imperial hospital, dated according Bemey's s- other places and they we::.',uo any other.
    yeomanry
    '& : are fully determined to fight to the Ball, of Texas; Fitzgerald, of Uifrssa- Rhenoster 'river, June 8th received pach by Admiral Kempff, if he wants

    last. They will neve? surrender so chusetts, and Tawney, of Minnesota, here by flag of truce June 10th: "The more mou. These vessels are of 1,000to dttls Rights on History.
    3ttJ 1,700 tons displacement, respective "Crnssed'1n love!" claimed Leander.as-he
    in to the left of
    the
    long as 500 armed men remain in the congregated arena Fourth battalion of the Derbyshire looked back at tie H-U "ron&hook the water
    f"' country. I feel deeply encouraged the speaker's rostrum and began sing regiment (the Sherwood Foresters- ly with batteries about the same as from his hair and miJa a tea line for ilero.

    bj the line work Steyn and Dewet are ing patriotic airs. The entire mem- killed, Lieutenant Cclonel Baird- the Nashville. The Castine's personnel Chicago Tribune.
    of the house in the) is eleven officers, 142 men; theYorktown's I
    :: t doing in the.Free State. bership joined ; Douglas and Lieutenant Hawleyand J. S. Parker. Fred'>Dla. N. Y., says: "Shall
    The correspondent suggested that choruses. The gaJleries'applaud d is fonrteenofficers and 181 I not call on you for the :3100! reward for I b.,-
    : fifteen of the rank and file. .
    Iteve Hall's Catarrh Cure will cure any case: 0:
    I' men.
    each until "Dixie"filled
    the strains
    of
    't.l- the war was over, inasmuch as the song WonndecI.Colonel WilkinsonCaptain catarrhWa- very! b..l" Write him for par

    r capital had been taken. the hall. Bailey, Lieutenants Hall, Lawder and BOXERS ENCOURAGED tljular bold by Druggists.?3c.Mr .
    .: Then the unbounded enthusiasm from Tien Tsin of Fri.
    I "The capital, exclaimed President Blanchard and 59 of the rank and file. Dispatcher ,
    , :. } Kruger, with "What is a broke out in wild cheers. But the enthusiasm The day, state that in view of the con- *. Wlnst.iw's Soothing Syrup for children
    . .i energy. Shropshire Jight infantry, 1; Cape teething,softens the JUUll.reduces Inflitum-
    '" capital? It does not consist of any "Dixie" evoked was not: to Pioneer railway regiment, 7; ammunition clusive confirmation of imperial connivance don allays pact cure wind colic. &c.a bottle.

    : ; particular collection of bricks and mor. be compared with the remarkable demonstration park, Royal Marines and imperial in the boxer movement, I

    i:: tar. The capital of the republic the ; which followed when, in telegraphs, 1 each; postoffice 1." furnished by a published edict de- Plso's.Cure -annot b.. too highly spoken of

    ;'.:,. cheat of government is here in this car. a clear ringing tenor,. Mr. Fitzgerald 'Stocham reports that many corps were nouncing General Nieh Si Chong for a A.ve.a,conch N.,Minneapolis ie..-J.V., 311zm.. U'BniK.v.Jan 6.SiThird 1300.

    There is no magio about any special started the anthem with'the inspiring severely wounded and the remainingof killing some riotersthe strong possible

    eite. Oar country is invaded, it is words "Through the Dawn'fi Early the Fourth Derbyshire and detailsof action of the powers, it is assertedcan FITS permanently cnrM. Xo fits or nervousness .
    light." In instant all the alone the situation which after flrst dAY' use of Dr. Kline's, Great
    true, but it is not conquered. The an : men, prisoners, except six of the rank remedy Nerve Restorer..-'trial boUeo.n.t treads'free.
    is still effective." women and children in the gallerieswere has assumed the gravest aspect. FJ la.., Fa.
    government and file, are in his camp. All the i Dr. K. a. KJ.IXK. Ltd..9.31rch St.. -
    on their feet, joining in the sing The edict is couched in such terms \
    ,, Referring to the reasons why he. left wounded are in his camp, lately occu- I
    Pretoria, Mr. :Kruger said: ing. The speaker, pausing as he en- pied by the Fourth Derbyshire. Inquiries that it leaves no doubt of the deep Behindhand. ,
    "I was not foolish enough to be tered the hall, raised his voice also. I sympathy of the throne with the Mr*. Wn Blnmer-What Is, the latest newsrMm.
    are being made as to the : Wltherliy don't know. I haven't seena
    ; taken prisoner. I provided this means The excitement produced by the scene names.' boxers, who are described as "good faahiou psyar. for two..days-Puck.
    of locomotion precisely for the same overcame a white haired old man in citizens." Besides denouncing General -- t

    reason as our burghers supply them- the gallery, and when the song ceased, OVER 500 CAPTURED. Nieh for killing the boxers, the

    ,. selves with horses when they take the I ho jumped upon his! seat and shouted: It is inferred that the Boers captur- edict orders him to return with his Straight Road !q

    I That is the song of the angels of en 500 men and as' late as June 10 troops to Loopai, eighty miles from To Health

    field."There is much surprise at hoavon." held the positions cutting off the the scene of the disturbances.The L7to
    your
    having left Mrs. Kruger behind," said He was plainly a crank, but as'he British forces north of Krooustad from special train that went out from la by the way of purifying the blood. lA.
    Germs and In the blood cause
    the correspondent."But showed a disposition to harrangue the reinforcements.THE Tien i Tsin to examine the line and Impurities
    disease and sickness. Expelling! these Impurities -
    _. why?" asked President :Kru- house, he was quickly ejected. : NEWS PARALYZING reconnoiter returned Saturday night. the dlseaee. Hood's Sar-
    After Speaker Henderson had madea The railway found clear two miles removes
    ger. "Mrs. Kruger is,quite safe in was
    The that the off of It
    news shutting 11l1parill&-dOM this and It does more.
    Pretoria. She would only be put to graceful farewell speech thankingthe beyond Yang Tsu. Ihe engineers with ,
    t personal inconvenience, here. All members for their courtesy, and Lord Roberts' communications with the guards walked a mile and a half makes the- blood rlah by Increasingand

    communication between us is stopped, had declared the house adjourned, the the outer world was accompanied by further. They found the ties and two vitalizing-thA red globules and giving It itob'IIkknoa
    to transmit to theorgans, nerves
    of course, but she will await my return members testified to his popularity by such a serious loss came like a bolt bridges burned and the railway torn and power mnsclea- the nutriment contained la

    with calmness and She singing, "For He is a Jolly Good up. '
    courage. from a comparatively clear sky. In digested food. R mamberHood's
    :ns a brave woman. I am here await Fellow," and the newspaper correspondents London, until the news came, it was The first repair train, with Admiral

    :ing further information. We are sur- in the press gallery cele- thought that the destruction of the Seymour and staff, 650 BritishCaptain Sarsaparilla

    Tounded by faithful burghers and sre brated their emancipation from the railroad was accomplished by Free :McCalla's 100 Americans, forty Italians Is the Be,;t Medicine Money Can Buy.

    quite safe." burdens of congress by singing the and twenty-five Austrians, left Sunday
    Staters, who were avoiding rather
    \ "You may depend upon it that.the "Doxology. than annihilating the British detachments morning at half past 9. A hotchkiss Malsby & I d.Cog

    war is not'Yet over," State Secretary stationed at the point attacked. and other guns were mounted on a car Company,

    lieitz remarked. "Guerrilla warfaie IN THE SENATE. Nor are General Forestier-Walker's in front of the engine. The rest of the

    will continue over an enormous area. For the senate it. was a day of wait vague statements regarding Methnen guns were mounted in the center of 39 S.Broad St.. Atlanta. Ga.

    We intend to fight to the bitter end ing. The naval appropriation bill- at Heilbron looked upon as reassuring.The the train. A second train left at 11 t' Engines and Boilers Jultla'

    and shall probably retire Lyden- with 600 British, Japanese, Russian
    upon Boers to bo in sufficient
    the stumbling block to final adjournment appear Meain Water Itenlrr MFHIII Vuinpn amt
    burg, where we can hold out for many strength to completely separate all I and French troops. Repairing material Vdtlterlhy Injector.
    -could not be agreed to by the and rails taken
    months. new were along.
    the British forces north and south ofa I L
    conferees of the two houses and.the
    : "Yes, observed President Kruger, line stretching some fifty miles between
    1oP
    .'it is only now that the real struggle disagreement was reported to the senate Roodeval and Heilbron. :\Ieth.uen's MORE SPICY TESTIMONYIs ;

    lias begun. I fear there will still be early in the day. There was an march the latter I t K
    place i
    upon Given Befjre: Atl.-.ntn City Council'sInvestigating LarFJ
    evident disposition on the part of the I
    much bloodshed, but the fault is that seems somewhat in the nature of a Committee.
    senate to make trouble if the conferees
    of the British
    government. movement for the relief of Colville.
    The I
    Atlanta city council committee
    !
    should recede from the senate amend
    Then his voice to almost
    raising an. According to advices received in resumed their investigation of the I
    ment as to the ocean and it may
    passionate height, Kruger exclaimed: surveys London Tuesday morning, fifty thousand I or' alleged reprehensible conduct owix
    was deemed the wiser policy to afford
    "Tho has for to talk. .
    : time passed us British troops are within half a I Saturday. MadnfactureresndDealers inS
    J We have done plenty of that, but it the house an opportunity again to pass hundred miles of the Boers I -ACT'

    the question. marauding: Their testimony was in effect that : 1t :I IA L ,

    has done us no good.The only thing upon north of Kroonstad, and they are expected the mayor, James G. Woodward, had Corn M11U.*>< The concluding hour of the sessionwas I
    : left for us is to keep on fighting. of course, to make short workof announced upon one occasion that the cry and Grain Separators.
    social session. No business I
    a purely
    c. them. Nevertheless outside of the I SOLID and INSERTED Saws Saw Teeth and
    c, EMPRESS GIVES OKDERS. beyond the adoption of the customary Atlanta Railway and Power Companycould I Ij' I o-kfr. Knight'*Patent Xtotpi,Blrd a11 SAWMill
    resolution of thanks to the slender war office telegrams, no one. not get anything: through the and LnTIne B.epalr.G.vern.rsGvate
    j' Bar and full line of 31111 .
    knows what is going on. executive a Supplie Price
    office
    Chinese General I* Instructed to Protect chair, Mr. Frye, was accomplished. while he was mayor of and qnalitv of roods rorante Catalogue owret
    ", Railroad Wllli Pekln. Mr Frye acknowledged the compliment South of Kroonstad there is a wide Atlanta; that he used oaths unfit for tree by rooUontae this pap r.

    . gap. The railway is only partially defended j print in connectian with this statement
    ... A special dispatch received in Lon- gracefully. ; anow
    .., don from Shanghai;, dated 7:30 p. m. Fifty-eight house pension bills were and, as General KellyKennyhas I that he had disturbed a meeting of Good Men WantedOne
    hurried all the available troops i the board of education
    . ,' c Thursday, says the dowager empress passed. An ineffectual attempt was recently by attending of the great life insxnkac companies,
    northward the is
    .t ;bas ordered General Neih Si Choug, made by Mr. Chandler, of'New Hampshire assumption that I'' the session while in an intoxicated dealrinff extend Its agencies and the ben-
    there is danger of a second raid. The condition; that he visited ntof its pnUcies to every county and town la
    with 8,000 men, to protect the railroad to obtain consideration for his a certain the Stat. is prepared to make
    of the is estimated exceptionally
    loss at
    -with Pekin. A severe fight, it is added resolution instructing the committeeon Derbyshires Mrs. McCraney on Garnett street good contract with local atr nta and county rtooMart
    from 600 to 700 men. frequently; that he had become intoxicated or dt.trhllilAna"en. and would be glad t->
    has occurred with the boxers, privileges and elections to inquireinto hear.from interested readers regarding An
    "
    A Renter dispatch from Maseru
    whose ranks include many soldiers the constitutionality of the electoral while upon an official visit to & QCy-lonnninre. FIn. opportunity.withptamottoa l
    says: "Fifteen hundred Boers surrendered Washington D. C. and that and enlarged: territory forSUCCSMzal -
    from other general commands. When it
    ; laws of certain states. was .
    ..
    r enutive i
    to General Brabant Mondayin pr Kxp&rt<:Bc deatt ble.
    the battle ended I two hundred dead'were Precisely at 5 o'clock the gavel fell common talk that he took a woman to pot apt BercMary. Na better opportunity to j''
    left the field the Fiaksbnrg district. that city with him. largely Increase your yearly Income can present -
    on and the session was at an end. Itself 'i he company Issues all desirable -
    ..I forms of policy In amounts from '00; to
    ,i BELLE 110YD DEAD. DES1BMS IX HAND. RUSSIA is 'ANSWERED. $ >.QXJ. Inquiries, will recite careful atten I owrw.
    Tan Wyck on the Back. tion tbrouzh correnpoadecce or personal In.
    Plant For Proposed New Battleships Referred tenrlew. If dealred: Addwa.P. 0. Box 743 .
    '<' ""'ton* Cnufcdentfc Spy Expire Suddenly Mayor Van Wyok of New York was to Construction Board. Wanted to Know What W* Would Do U Atlanta.Ga. win'Brim

    i'. ; In Wlaeon.ln.i' 'called to the witness chair Saturday has referred the Hue LandTroop..
    Secretary Long
    : Belle Boyd,,the,famous,Confederate in the proceedings against the mayor; plans for the battleshfps to be con A Washington dispatch says: Perhaps WUY (Co To HOT SPRINGS?

    !:.., -epy, died suddenly,of heart disease at : the dock commissioners and CharlesW. structed under the terms of the last a published rumor to the effect ; t

    :,.. ':Kilbourne Wu.,.Monday, nlght'age4'' '{ Morse, president of the AmericanIce two appropriation acts to the board on that the United States might join:.with Is your blood poUonedt We can. cure you at ,nbioh.
    borne of ihaamattsrn.' gyphiU. and allchronta .
    ), fifty-seven years.' She.was in.the city Company, :which were begun sometime construction.The other powers in prohibiting Russia! sores and blood trouble Sole makers t't Dr.

    -:, -.for the pnrpose'of'delivering'a lecture.Georgian .' ago before Supreme Court Justice board is expected to finally settle from landing more troops than other Howard'LtversdKidneyL Riot Bitters.Ahelu.cnretoSypWita."n..s no equal for Blond ,wn

    i. _Gayn,.in Brooklyn... -- upon the distribution and, character powers in China led to. the,.early appearance If taken la time and no care effected we. will row eoil
    '. Appointed Consul. at the etate. refund money paid. One month's treatment by Less
    other- department of
    '. of -battleships, tbe'plan
    ';, mail ek9t. Sample package $1.00 Addr.
    ; 'Captain A..B.: S. Moseley,':of Borne, .. Boers Demolish Railway. wise being ready for advertisement. U. DeWitt, of the Russian! embawy.He OCOEE MKBICLNS: i O, (:U4T1'.L'IOOOA. Taiix. wa

    .- <3a.,. has, been: appointed vice ,consult \ A, TJondon ,dispatch says:. The. '., was. speedily :assured that the >HEUMATISM- 1

    general for the United:, SLtes.atSinK.. Boers have torn np twenty-one' miles New Iron' Company ;Organized.The department: had'r.ude'.no. concealment '-1 .ltnzt:>tt'roL positively CO.&cowd W.IMU18t.I..Yorc.-EbennwtcVUHl.a. ugh

    .p Straights Settlement. .'Several of Lord Roberts' ,vital,line of railway, Coosa Valley Coal, ,- .Iron, and of i policy respecting,.the Chinese

    iq1JOMtey' applied Mining Company has been organized situation and has .
    weeks Ago Oapt between America siding and BoodevmbIt repeatedly".inflated Miter

    for ,the.positionjindiiB a.short while 'is,bold. raid Vexations;; but it by: 'W. E. Knox and J.W.'Gilliland'ofAnniston ; that if is concerned solely for the safety Be*Cough 41' SyruptTies Oooil.lAiLS. CM

    .f- i't lie received notificltiou from Secretary 'does not.disquiet the 7milff ri authorities and'J.:'A.'Blount, of-Gads. :of'American.legation and consulates' i latuue.lI.a1t.H1 'enld by' taertaott

    :. : .':<. :Hay of h181.appo;utment.i as'yet.' den, Ala. The capital is 85 ,OCO. in China and for American citizen* II I I

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    I Wiley W. Murrhee. I : I

    ..: The TELEGRAPH received a
    i it
    ;: v:Sic:; pleasant call from the above named yKidne y Diseases | h

    II S E- L lr last Mr CURED THAT HAD
    I
    Owner : gent man Saturday. BEEN
    Description: of Land.
    : "" ;.... ?
    [ *> .=: r.: Murrhee will be a candidate for I Pronounced..' Incurable :

    =c 7= '". _= =- the < ffice of sheriff at the forthcoming ictr:G8tui*", a mercbant-of e .
    ;;
    .
    ; :: = t: CE TaDJpico.lIl.writ
    c! c.. election and is laying the FOLEY'S KIDNEY '1;
    ,
    E- =:::: I CURE is Il
    meeting
    I ground work for a strong cam- h cess It has with wonderful MIC- nn ..1+ '

    J'I) ".bet-ler....... .............. .. 2 lots in C'ooksey's addition to paign. He is one of the leading [ nd that.pby.iciauK cured some cases here bo ".'xL

    .JI S hounded on eut.1 hy citizens of the Pine Hill' district I ole I. pronounced incurable. in ;
    ark of M L Johns.outh hv rity, myself ani able to I
    n "Irrrt. "....t h\ land and thtif,, to its m : ;
    the being I merits '
    < Jiving
    .
    land of K U Holline-worth and. ; an industrious, law-abiding I n .' Mrs Mary VT-jeks, in town of your Kidney by : ;
    Stark,+.... .... .... ... ..... .. 11 fll at d Honorable citizen. He has the I rieethfact Cure has made it such I had Buffer- ..'
    J W Rogers'...:.:.... ..:. ...... one-Kalf acre luIfI feet north still further ot cd hrenty-seveu mo 4.
    qualification being \Dong! y earx with the dist
    and south 'is lent east and pe : .
    eases "
    rest, bounded north by laud horoushly: competent to discharge to any and to day I feel tell years '. '
    ;' of L A Millerest hy land "Nch as to younger than I did .
    the duties of the office and if the one
    ofE A Morgan south and eist year ago. r ; .
    \ by line street, in town of ...fStaike. citizens of Hradtord fit hl&"R'ea tin cap obtain Mme wonderflll certifi !
    ...... ........ 3 h county see e uf liff and cat<* of iu medical t
    Mrs S O SaundersHeiberger .... ...:......... 2 acres in Fouthwwt corner oft to elect him they wll have a fearless quallt ," '
    that '
    nwV of sw' 4 in town town ofStarke hi
    } : .. ... ... .... .... 450 capable and honorable officer.:
    t Richard......... Lots lib c. block 2 in W'IJD.al.- = '

    d t.li.lonlo uke................... 2(14(
    John Parker.......... ..... .. lot I. block 1 LIvingMon, Trtib\ Mrs. J. E. Futch has returned BANNER SALVE Is the Great Healer. :
    and C'o's Mibdivisum! of imk' of
    .
    netf .. ...... .. ...... .... 2 t! 6 :'. 435 home from Montbrook, accom- i ___ ._ :--' :"-------- _. --- -- ---- .,
    SJ Temple... .... ... .. ... ...lots 11 and 12, block 11 Temple's pained by her sister ?;\1 rs. T. N. .
    addition to Stance ... .. .... 1 62 I W. We Is of P. E. Canova who is at .
    SJTempie ....,............ .... .. one lot bounded on south bv M Limbaugh, who will be her guest a J. Worthington I I present -. .
    E church parsonage lot, east hy few weeks. Springs, was transacting businessin making Jack onville headquarters, i :

    land Episcopal! of M church 0 Richard lot north went by by I Starke Monday. Mr. Wells re I II interviewing our merchants in : :

    Church street in Starke........ 25.: that the springs are already i the interest of Mienhardt & ; i :
    Joseph KellerGoodale .... ... ........'. 7 acres in east half of trey of say W. L. !Murphy the popular trav1- ports
    ,
    OfDt' .... ........... ... .. 29 6 22 300 I being visitet; by a '!arge number of Schaui Monday il ; .
    a Waters........._?.... block l 4 Gasktns addition to eling.salesman for Rouse, Hemp- in of recrea- j. .
    StArk. 422 stone & Co., of Baltimore, is stop I persons quest summer .: t
    5 acres in southeast corner of t tion. Davis : f!
    Mr nd Mrs R.
    8t' t ofse1 .... ..................2): 6 22: 5 162 ping at the New Commercial.t t J re-
    B R WllkoVtkl ..... .... ... ...... that part ol 210 feet squat'e. I turnrhcme Sunday from Mont- '. I-' .i; : !
    hounded north hlan Thomas. broo':, -vhere they had been guests !:
    east Thomas, street Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, of Mel- facilities : .i
    west hy: land of J L Gaskins, are being constantly im- of !Mrs. Davis' Mrs. M. R.
    nea( f.f 1It'1i .......... .... .... 20! 6 ,. 258 rose, is visiting her parents, Mr. Come when mother, : l
    'Unknown ... .... ........... lots 2:0: feet north and south proved to us you Morgan
    Mrs. L. D. Wall ot this i ; .
    city. i
    and l 22 :
    southeast conn-r .dory' of Key -JeX' X ire .1'
    Andrew Floreu.... .. ...... 'f tI..1I of neVJ .... ... .. <" 6 22 \I 2 .1 .. -- -. -- .
    'J atlletl Johnson ...... .... .., south half of south half of nu>4 of -
    n\\.V .. .. .. . .... ........... 31 6 2' 10GO 281 I ROFESSIONAL CARDS. t I
    Cbaa Roberts: Co........... .... swi4tnei4! .... .......... .. ....... 31 Ii 22 41.. 97 at ", ,,, """ .."" "",.- .
    1nkDowc.; ........ ... .... .... sej.1 of seyj ofouth half of nwifOI \ j :: "

    S'1!......_..._..... ........ .... 31 6 22 24$. F-A; C. WILLS, 111.1).,
    8 acres in sw .ornt-r of wjf of cl': JOHN _
    8.-ofnwj* .. .. ............. 3 i. 6 22 3 OWner. .:Description of Land. e 08 ,t
    Unknown.... .. .... ........ .. seijofseV .. .. .. .. ... ............ ** 6 ,. 40 S3 I .ae .. ;
    babe Lathrope .. ....._... nJi riwJ4of swtf ....... ........ *: ; 6 '::., 20 2Is!! i I cO: I PHYSICIAN AM) snitiEON.
    1 C5i nDor-ett........ ........ .... e of Kegj.. ... .... .... .. H 6 22 60 a U2 :. .2_ :; ; =
    } E E Bradley( ........... ..... .... 2 acres in a square ill nw:4cornelof i o ; td DISEASES: OF WOMEN AND ORsTETIUO A. ;
    n\\'!4oi lIe'.;. .. ............... ... ;* 6 .2,::>; 2 1 C23K2 : E- 6 G ; I
    EDMoere......................... seV\ of *\\'y 4. . ... .. .. 85JlruCJ Ii ." ..._ 4U SPECIALTY. i : !
    Armstrong.. ..........._.south half ol and north 'H
    nw hall
    I
    i 22 n)( ntDw 4otIlW\ ... .... .25 II 22 ?) SChao Office with the Starke Drug Co. i 1
    ,, 3
    ... ... .... 6 160.1k
    ... ......... of P .)f ... .... Rn..rBnnd. Co.......... .... "\V ......... .............. 2.1 A 2'! 10 2 ;.3
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    6 F Myers. ... alx>tit 2uaciesi>''ginn'ng at northwest ... .... :STAKKE, FI.A. .
    SUSliIlL.\ldcrmall.. ... \Io 34 of lot 2...... ... .... ..... .... 33 II. 2 :)D( 131
    corner" east half of nw V .
    section 3.>, thence west to 1I\\.Ii ADDITIONAL. .

    30 corner and twoihird of Hid st'Ction.'yards, east south to Mrs Avey Btilley ... .........;.... Slots. 157 ft d and s. 35 fee and w, J. H. ''ON, 1. D.,
    first mentioned i tract the ce Ixnitided e and s by lands of .. t-.
    north to beginning.... ...... 35 6 2: 20 3 54 Sophia G Saunders. n andw .
    RF Lewis....... .... .... ..... n)( of neJ4.... ... tRFOsteen ....... ....... 10 7 1H .W.; 2 18 bv lands formerly owned by PHYSICIAN; AM) KUlttiKON: .
    ..... ... .... ....... .. s.'t of nek\ ........... ... .... 4 7 20i'O 5 4. Louis U'ttkovski, in Starke. : .
    lass Roberts Co.... .... .... nX ofnen1 nV\ of uwH.. 4 7 20' M 1 49 t\xt'sorlSJ'I.! : ........ .... .... I 7G. .
    : ". C M Andrew........ .........?? s3( (,f lot 4.................. ......... 6 7 20M: .40 4 37 WALDO, FLA. .' ;
    J H lo. 5.6. 1 H; K .''4 W. ALDERMAN, Tax Collectof\\ Bradford County .
    Uuknown nXofli-t4. .. .. .......... 6 7 20 40" 131 : j
    4. .......................... b/( .'f lot O ........>............... 0h't 7 20 440 13- ri-i. r, jr-m ,.' ...
    Chag Roberts& Co lots 3. 4.5. fl. 7. 8......... ......... 7 7 UOiiO II I W M. ORX'1'O.. '
    W PTurk.......... ...............1 acre in southwest corner of D .
    sea\( of1t' .1........ ...... .... 8 1 .1 281 NOTICE. I :
    Unknown....... ................. 8WJt ol nay and east# of ..e j'
    ne;\< ....... .. ... .....? ? 10 7 20 60 204 To THE TAX PAYERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: ATTOJJNFYATLAV.COMMERCIAL; j .
    'Chas RobertaJt Co-._...... ..... nwJ4 fm-\' ... .. ............. 14 7 20 40 1)7 :
    4.J\VMoore........ ... .... .... swjkj ofswjf\ .......... .. .. .... 15 '120 40 4 15 read the advertisement .. PRACTICE A SPECIALTY.&TAHKE. .
    I J W?!oore... ............. ...... sey iorbiJ4 Iebs2ucres........._ 16 7 80 88 1 31 Every tax payer is requested to carefully foregoing .
    J'1.al.daDdlortj18IteCo..ne of nwjtf......?,.... .'... .. 20 7 20 40 .131 FLA.
    J W Moore....... ..... ...........east half of ne>4 of ueV4 lessO I of tax sale, and if lands upon which thin taxes have been .
    acres .... .... ....... 21 7 20 14 2 4S>
    J W Moore.... ... ................ nwUot nwV less IS:::; acres?? ....?... 1 ;2o'28 3 M paid are found to be advertised the owner of such property' will kindly.

    Unknown........??...,.. .... wUofne.\( .............. .......t 23 7 40 131 I will sale of the J E. FUTC11 ; I
    Mik'ht'llllill.. .. ............... ...15ofnortht'odof seJtfofneV.... :24 7 20 ,15. 13: notify me and stop the same at my expense.G. -
    Wallace Mills... .... ......... ... west half of i4 and nwj ofswti : : ALDERMAN '.
    ........ ........ ..... ..... 25 7 2) 120 9 59 W. I ATTOKNEl'-AT-LAW. : ,
    FR Morgan.............._......, A, B. C. and D. Rubdivisjon of Tax Collector Bradford County :
    lot 11 block 14 town of Sampson I, .
    sm City.. ........ .... .... ... 1 54 Office in Bank Building Starke. Fl. '
    J S Thomas............... .... ... subdivision of A and Blot 13 :; '' ---- ... .-
    block 12 town of Sampson City 4 21 6 'JO i I .
    2 R C Iherger........ ....... set of sea\(( ...... ............ ...... 8 21 40 1 3133ti Would not Suffer so Again far Fifty I, -a "
    Unknown... .......... ......... east halt of ...e.and\ bW' of Times its Price. : rr\ u k1 1 HOS. E.-ntGG, ; 1 .t
    f seY .............. ............... g 7 21 120 : I U.1 cc" I
    MI"IIO I>eaver s' w.l ..f wV\ 11 7 21 40 1 32 severe..! r.... i ;
    Da'ir1wKite. eX of IIWJ 4 of neJ\( ..... 11. 21 SO rr K I awoke last night with o 1.1 ; ;
    neji of aw( .._... 13 7 ::0:1 40 4 53 in stomach. I never felt J..I-4 ATTOKNKYATLAW. .
    A Chin I'oberts and Co......... ...n..Jtofell.... .... ... ... .... 14 :.7 21 40 9. pains my \ I: : ,
    V H .tlailey. KetfofswV\ 14TAKnUrht 7 21 40 1 31 so badly in all my life.Vhen I' o c"

    t .. west halt uwV less & acres in down to work this morningI ., y H Corner Cherr. and Jackson fctreeu-, SlaJ.1"e. ( ; .t
    ;, northeast corner of nwH or. .. came Y -".. f .' I
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    nw* .. 20 7 SI1 .J 4POas felt so weak I could hardly worjc !!: Alc 7 ,
    <: Chas Roberts: an.1 Co. sf of l'\fMe\ .._ 11)'. 7 21 20M Q J. T. WILLS. A. V. LONG.
    :q Jacob Rham..1!3i of seV of tiw* 21 7 21 2 va I went to Miller & McCurdys cP ? ,8M :

    : Oha Roberts and Co..?. nwofneU and\ nw*\ of tM..I( .:.. & 7 21 :ill 1 4'J : i H 1 'ILLS.\ LONG '
    ,j Unknown.. ...... .. ............. n"',V4ofA le,* 4 acres JQ south- drug) store and they recommended :; ; : /i
    I r.," wegtcoiner.. ......... .. ..... 35W 7 21 36 461 Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .. 0 ,8CO 1' ,
    J SW'!/ of n..H.......... .7-.. .......186 7 21 40 1tiI Z ] : :
    Unknown; .. .... .. ..... set j( ofnwV .\.8d. 7 21 40 Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked t ATTOKNEYSATLAW.Office ; -- "
    Monran tod Richard.... .......... Me.< ofnwi\ 7 22 40 1 81 fixed '*
    A J ) neV4 of nw-i 2 7 22 40( 1:11: like magic and one dose me in Peek's Buildinir Fla '

    Uuknown................. .... ... wtfof nwtf\ .' ,..... 3 7 9 HO 2 18 all right. It certainly is the finest i Sinrke. t .
    .. H..ilJetger and Klchard... ...... DW.l{ of Ilw.l( .. 4' 7 40 13:: -1 .
    W A Cone ne ofjswX\( and II!K of swjf\ of thing I ever used for .stomach 3"V -- :
    ti nwV\ Pud sXof seV\ ofnwJ!\(.... 7 7"": 68 508! I shall be without it Z c. LEGAL NOTICES.Administrator's '
    e)< f>f IIW.OfiV4.\ : .. ........ .... II 7 0.> 20 304 trouble. not ...
    James Clark.. .............. .. .... s<* k of nt'of - .- 1 1I..lt I of n wi' of neJC\ of KxvU. bd I W Notice.NOTTE \ j i
    less 1 acre. ..: 11 .7 22 U 156 care to endure the sufferingsof .
    J A Johnson ....._..?........ wesi half of nwi of neV\ I less :i for timesits P1 --
    last again fifty is that all In-
    hereby
    night given persons
    J acre and nf of uwof. [ nw\\( .... SQft ..
    d 1 acre\rs 3 northeast acre*. ... .. 8 7 31 278 price.-G H WHson, liveryman tf:; ii! late of Bradford l to, the estate county.of R.will D Haje pay the d..e..a1't'd. same
    of
    corner w3(
    of swMof II .. ... .. .. 8 a.'2 1 170 Burgettstown, Washingtonco. to the undersizn without delnand all persons -
    Mrs F ........ .......... half having claims against: said e-tate !DnstprtSt'nt
    L Nichols east of nw.Y and nef .)f.. is for sale ,..
    ail ... .. ..............._. 9 .. :' 120 3 30 .. Pa. This remedy Ruins M Choate.... .. ..... .. St'4'r"w! ). .. .. ........ .. ...... 10 .. 22 40 181 by J. L Gaskins. years or this notice w ill be plead iu bar of th..it' '
    Unknown............. .... ......... nwla'! of nrai\ .. .. . .. .. .. 10 22 40 12 __ ___ w recovery .
    .. ....... .... .... .... .. ... lIe ofsw\ ................. ....... 10 2:: 40 .132 h C. I>. DOOL1TTLE.May ''
    WFLaricyBenjF ... ............ ...... say of sey .of awl\ and nX of .. A Card of Thanks.I n < 4,190. Administrator. .
    1 8" .1ornwJ .. ........... 1 22 30 3 70 III4
    Jones............... .....south part of sw < of IIW\if\ and wish to say that I feel under rn.V 4 :: I-LI

    all of....w\...\.(..ofseV. .. ...east.?of. .railroad 1'1. I -rl 34 719 lasting obligations for what Cham- i 8O gj Application For Tax Deed.OFKICK : : r

    known.......... .. ......... ....13acresIDnw.otllw.l(-. .. :. 1. 2'! 1.3 I'i ber'ain's Cough Remedy has done K pw OF CLERK OF CmcrtT C'urRT. j; L

    ,, Go1 State Building and Loan Assn. beginning Itt southeast corner of for have used it > County of Bradford, Florida. '
    north half of uwV of "Wi.. of our family.Ve :;-i J To T. J. Brook .
    e\vk! section 20 and running in so many cases of coughs, lung ftfzzZ WIIEHE.J.. D. Gainey has uresrnted I
    west U5 feet to a point of beginning I i 1 to me Tax Certificate Xo. ;6. sale of 8'JC. covering -
    -, thence north 210 feot. trouble' and whooping cough, andit I4 dw> ,q the following land in said county of Bradford -
    west 8x 3 feet south vlO lent, has the most P to-wit: .
    1''i! feet always given per

    nrtjofswY..to.....beginning.........:.jnn ... : fect satisfaction we feel greatly O 11 b O \ SWVofXWV andNWV ofSWY of Sec. 10,
    W : 410 II Rai 19 E. ) ,
    J M Lee......... ... .............. east half of net:, of nwi and Tp h. ge W avre" !! .
    awl\( ofnt-Vof nw -t.... .. 22 30 indebted to the manufacturers of and upon said certificate has demanded from mea
    4 Unknown........... ...... ....... 12 acres in southeast corner of M 8 !'II wish them to ---- --- ---- I tax deed to said land. '
    nl"or nwk .... .... . .. ..., this remedy and accept Therefore,take notice. that alter the expirationof i
    Hjarrett_........ .. .... ......... swJiofu! \\' .1.... .... .... ...".. ". SJMM f 22 I" 241 1 Oil our hearty thanks.-Respect Notice of Dissolution. thirty da> from the date of this notice,unless :
    Martha Wiguins........-...... 5 acres in northeast corner of 40r you shall hat e redeemed lt8i Key: of neV\ .......... .. ..... ; fully, Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, with litw. it is my intention+ to issue, a tax deed I
    nl',of nwY .... ....... ,5Unliiown 2:! 1 Irt "'OTICEIsherehyelvPn: that the partnership .
    :'Atforton. :t.! 40 1 4K Iowa. Sold by J./"L Gaskins. .. existing between lr :\. W. Fnincis 'ac-cordance :.
    .. lately ,
    .... of nw'
    ?.__... ... .... S\\'Ja :; and sty of sw V .
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    and sei! of neV and and \\ A. Hutxou. of the city of Starkeaudstate Laws of Florida '

    1 f04'l .. .. ........ nwUof of Florida under the firm name ..f Hated June. 11III. a
    ( .... .... of I
    r ;:,::4c.4 ... ..... .. .............. w34 of srY.: ...:.... ...... ....al 34 ;'i .! 160 SO' .1 240 15 FOR SALE-First mortgage Francis & Hntson. was dIssolved! by mutual consent -I. W. T. WEEKS. 'lerk Ct CTt .
    .. .... .... .. ......... 10 acres commencing:at northeast $600, payable in instalments of i iI All on debts the owuiji 4th flay 10 of the.JulI".19lo.said partnership al+eto I & 8 ByV.. E. \\ A1. RIGHT, D. C. .j
    corner of 8W H-of \
    neV andrunning ico each on November 1st of each I be received by the said Dr. X. W. Francis and ,
    south ilO yards north $ -- ------- ---- :
    all demands: on the said partnership are to be ,
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    .E.: 210 yards, east 210 yards to I year, with ten per cent. interest, presented to him for payment "
    1 beginning... 8j 7 Z 10 :2 6fJELoxv UR. N. \V. FRANCIS.; "
    I ;;!!' Martha '\\I ns.. ......_..... 5 aores commencing at northeast secured upon dwelling in Starke. W. A. III:TSON. -- -- "
    + t corner of t-eU of net and runninp TELEGRAPH Fla. ). ....1
    south ili5 yarJs. west 210 I Apply to H. S. M., 6 8-4t Starke *June 5,13W

    yards, north 105 yards, east to Starke. COFFINS
    ,. ....... office
    beginning .. ... 3d 7 ;12 5 2 c4IInknOR'n ,
    SWM ot nw Y except 2 acres m .
    southwest corner ... .... .....,. 33 j ;i.i 1 6: I- '
    ...... ... ........... .. .... all:.. :.... ,. .. ... ............ .. ... 1 8l'' 4Id ;; Skin CASKETS / .J
    .. .... .... .. f 1.: of 11\\ .. f-ERRYS: Diseases. .
    J 1r1n>'bn.... 4' '' '' ''' ''''''''' '' 2 K 2 -4<) 1.1i; I
    M j RrinbOn.... ..... .. 5 acres roniiuencing at southwestf + and a full line ofUNDERTAKERS' j
    corner of swij of ne!4 and
    running north 21 yards, east For the speedy and permanent cure of !
    112 yards houth 2A yards., west SEEDS tetter salt rheum and eczema, Chamberlain's 'I.
    112 yards to sinning.. ...... 2 b 22 5 2 1-1
    ("baRnbforlll and Co... .. ..... awYoetY13\ .. .. ........... ..... 2 8 2 ..U 104 Eye and Skin Ointment Is SUPPLIES
    Chas: Kol>ert.and CV ) neH .. .3 8: ::. :! without an equal. It relieves the itching
    has Rooms and Co. Me"tba'f of net4 and, seV of nUokn.wn .. 5 IS : 21 15:1 Tbomi&nCs of gardeneradrpend and smarting almost instantly and Always on hand. The best
    w4 of sW'of\ 11\\ ........._ 5 K rl t'4 on Ferry'sSeda
    1.1
    ... .. ...... ......... .. its continued use effects a permanent
    F O Brown trustee.... ..... .. .. s)4 01 SPY 12 tj 22 .tl 1 Iii every year and never suffwrdisappointment. service at the lowest
    TJ JHendncks . ... .. .... JlJi ofnw lj..... .............. 12 tI t. XI 241 "- Cheap sutoUtates cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch,
    John Lewis...... ........ ....... e." of IIW ;..... ............ 1:1 'N :22 N tJ 2' answat. : bring loss I. not paying crops. scald head sore nipples, itching piles, prices.
    ..... .... ... ... ........ 14 S 2 100; a IfJ It pays to pay a little more for I chapped hands chronic sore and IF
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    .... .. aeY" of and I'\\l! of se..i( I eyes .
    Unknown .. ........... .. Sl" J }'rKKT'aSx>:nn. Five cents per paper attention to Telegraph OrdersG.
    lids.
    and neY' onwV east of county everywhere, and always worth It,. I granulated Special .
    line.......__. ... ............ 1S Ii: t' 00 :331s' ; _' Always the Belt. IMOSeed Annual free. I
    Ban"'bart.......... ... ... .... lots 2. 3. 4 and njf of lot 1 and ; D. M. FUll & CO., DETROIT, MICH. I Dr. Cady's Condition Powders for C. LIVINGSTON.
    r1 2/1
    IIw..olFl'4'.2'o! s : 944 \
    \\'J ofseJ ,d hetj.... ........ ...u 8 'n 2 et I horses are the best tonic blood purifier -a

    Tony Mitcht-11... .... .. ......... nw* of swV\ ... 25 1t 'W 40 4 !I1. vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldb> .
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    f LOCAL HAPPENINGS.i ice Best at G creamery C. Livingston's.butter kept on ;ERE mefl1i ig Nr1.

    B - --
    Read Farm-;:&Ensey Bros.' Major T E. Bugg visited. Fer-

    ,1. advertisement. nandina Wednesday.-- for Summer Cooking

    :- Farmer& En : Bros. Y
    j Farmer & Ensey Bros., are ey guarantee t
    i headquarters for hardware. every pound,of flour they sell.

    Small in size and great in results D. J. Shaw, one of the county's v- __ B BB 1

    [ are DeWitt's Little Early bright and successful teachers, The handiest, cleanest, safest, coolest and most

    1 Risers, the famous little pills that will begin a private school at economical summer cook stove ever sold. r

    cleanse the H.verand bowels. J. L Hampton next Monday.

    Gaskins. Reports show that over 1500

    Mrs. M Leviton is visiting her lives have been saved through the

    H at Alexanderville use of One Minute Cough Cure.
    ) parents Ga:
    Most of these were cases of grippe,

    The attention of butter consumers croup, asthma, whooping cough .

    is directed to the fact that G. i Bronchitis and pneumonia. Its

    >n C Livingston keeps first-class early' use prevents consumption

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    S creamery butter on ice. j jt ,,J L. Gaskins.

    t L. M. Stokes, of Blair, wa- Our customers who have dressed Barns ordinary kerosene.

    transacting business in StarkeD chickens to keep over night may II_ IiJ1fl1J Combines the efficiency of the coal
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    Wednesday. use our refrigerator for that pur and the convenience and
    j I -"I 151 range
    1IIJ IJI fIII11
    S. L. Kramer & Co
    *t A fatal pose.
    policy is to neglect niaj ---- -- i comfort of the gas range at a fraction -

    ] backache or other sign of kidneyhi Unless food is digested quickl of the expense of either. An
    trouble. Foley's Kidney Cure es j it will ferment and irritate the I

    [a sure remedy for Bright's disc ..'. stomach. After each meal take a I absolutely safe and clean stove; will .

    iu diabetes, and gravel. J. .. C teaspoonfull of Kodol DyspepsirCure not smoke,swell or get greasy;can't 4

    kins. It digests what you ea' explode. Cm be moved anywhere.Sold '

    jj Messrs. S. J. and R L i-n -.. ;nd will allow you to eat all yoi jY
    heed of what like. It wherever stoves are
    j of Sampson City, were \-o: : you neverfails !l sold. If your dealer does
    r, St-trke Tuesday. to cure the worst cases oilyspepsia. not have them, write to > ,
    n j I I It is pleasant to takei -

    i The Chinese ask, "how' i:. ; "u' I J. L. Gaskins.L STANDARD OIL COMPANY. ,
    ; liver?" instead of "how do you do?"

    I6j i for when the liver is active thle C. Powell, of the firm of ------- -

    health is good. DeWitt's Little Powell & Powell, turpentine oper Story of a Slave. I Ward City Willing ;

    ei Early Risers are famous little pills' ators, departed Tuesday for hu To be bound hand and foot for Woman's Delicate Organism 0,that awful Ward City mosquito L

    for the liver and bowels. J. L. home at Malden Branch, Ga., after sears by the chains of disease is la tLe darkest recess he will meet TOU

    Ii Gaskins: s pending.the week loking after rm he worst kind of slavery. George n And With present intention you to hi kill.*bill.

    interests here.Neglect ) Williams,of Manchester, Mich Even the most vigorous WKJ that horrid Ward ttty mosquito..
    S Mrs L. C. Ray, of Port Tampa
    ells how such slave p wouianlivingundertheartificial
    3C City, is a guest at the home of is the short step sr a was made I conditions of He bites you on face hands and feet,oht.;!
    3( Mrs. iVee. He says: "My wife has Wherever you go he says"me too;" 1jf
    R.
    Rayon Walnut street. many take from a cough or cold t .
    at :been so helpless for five years that today, needs a tonic- On the hill in the dell ,
    la All who suffer from piles will be consumption. The early use o' he could not turn over in bed regulator for her delicate organism He's numerous as-well, '
    l One Minute Cough Cure preve .t:- otherwise she is liable to He'bad the Ward City mosquito! ; "
    glad to learn that DeWitt's'itcr done. After using two bottles of ,
    It is the harm f'
    9* Hazel Salve will give them instant consumption. only Electric Bitters she is wonderfully' those untold sufferings that result Tcuscratch In room and in street,oh j
    k and less remedy that gives immediate from displacement or some ADd under your'skeeter net ditto p
    permanent re-ief. It will cureeczema improved and able to do her own
    d results. It cures all' throat and For he is here to stay x
    and all skin diseases. Beware work. This form of female complaints.
    supreme remedy for .
    And he won't
    lung troubles. Children all like it go away dam'Thai
    of counterfeits. Gas- remale diseases G.F.P. (GUIdes Female Panacea *
    L. x
    J. quickly cures nervousness cruel Ward City mosquito.
    ind mothers endorse it. L
    ti kins. J. sleeplessness, melancholy, ). gives' that tone to l the UNCLE Fig,, ,
    Gaskins. W and Fla. _
    //, I female which insures City. ;
    headache, backache and organs
    fainting
    i Geo C. White, a venerable citi and
    j zen of Live Oak, is visiting hisp Contractor H. A Farmer is dizzy spells. This miracle working -I healthy action perfect Prevented a Tragedy. _( e
    Cf i medicine is weak regularity
    son, J. W. White, of this city. rushing the work of constructingthe a godsend to Timely information given Mrs. .
    sickly, run down 1 told your O.F.P.to a yonn lady enatem.r! whom !
    new depot at Ward City, ,any people. Every oar physiciaa had l'inD.uP"hopsi.a,and told h.r if George Long, ot New Straitsville, <
    . Men may differ rn- politics, religion will soon have; it 'completed,Vhen oottle guaranteed Only SOc, at 1&did*bottle her 00 she tpod wl.atfrely.he n..4 DOS cured pay and for IL...been ArtorUUniron In food Ohio prevented a Dreadful '* i
    or finance, but all who have I he will go to Waldo to build a J. L. Gaskins'. health nIP u- I.P.Qm.n.Ain)(0.8 Bridzou ..Ala. tragedy .
    and saved lives. A
    ___ two frightful ;
    tried Banner Salve arc agreed a* 1 1tl house for Walteii Wills, a formei I --- u roar aue I*not fully sneered by our Fill 1901 'i J
    had her awake
    to its worth for cuts, burns sores, citizen of Stark Mr. Wills resides Has Made 800 Plows. "IlEAL TJIY MOTHERS MAIB HAPPY nOME- cough long kept :
    Writ la eonfldenee-for free advlc to .i night. She had tried '
    piles and skin diseases. It's the in Tampa at present and his Vernon E. Sapp, patentee of the LADIES, HEALTH CVCK..*L..aer ale A c., every remedies and doctors but steadily many .

    most healing medicine in the house at Waldo will be for rent. Grasshopper plow, has manufac --------------ftat&a---- Tea ....... grew until to Dr. '
    worse urged
    world J. L. Gaskins. tured and sold 102 of his plows PRICE SI.OO A BOTTLE. try
    .. don not handle O.T.P.uk him to King's New Discovery. One bottle -
    -- If troubled with rheumatism 01U'dranriM
    : give this
    season, making a total of 800 "Dl MIld order and U.OO ?
    for It othenrlie n your and
    Mrs. Alice Hilliard, --f Savannah wholly]] cured her, and she
    Chamberlain's Pain Balm a tria'' made and sold him since we will apply roes direct txpree g prepaid.L. says
    Ga., is visiting rwr sisters, It will not cost you a cent if it pleting his invention.by The com .GER8TLE A CO, Chattanoofia T some this marvel ous me''ie i ine also cur
    Mesdames J. L Gaskins and F. B plow ed Mr. Lonjf of a severe attack of
    does no good. One application seems to be the I '
    Lane you meeting needs of I ANNOUNCEMENTS.
    of
    this city. pneumonia. Such cures are positive -
    will relieve the pain. It slsn our farmers and Mr Sapp is kept
    ---
    proof of the matchless meritof ,
    wounds cures sprains and bruises in one to the FJR TREASURER.
    Ivy poisoning, poison busy supply demand. this
    for all
    and all other accidental injuries third the time required by any I hereby announce myself a candidate for the grand remedy curing
    ther treatment. Cuts burns Cheap Insurance. office of County Treasurer and respectfully throat, chest and lung troubles.Only .
    may be quickly cured by using Dt I .
    solicit the support of my fellow citizen. 5oc and $i. Every bottle
    Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It i is frostbites, quinsey, pains in th Many a man has been insured J. VT. NICHOLS. .
    Trial bottles free
    guaranteed. at
    also certain and side and chest, glandular and other .
    for
    a cure piles against Brignt'sdisease, diabetes,, I
    FOR TREASURER. J. L. Gaskins'.
    skin diseases. Take no other. J Dwellings are quickly cured by. applying ,r other dangerous ailment by a .
    ---- ----
    L. GaskinsMr. it. Every bottle warranted bottle To the Voters of Bradford County hereby
    fifty cent of
    Foley's Kidney announce myself a candidate for tha office of Mrs. C. E Lipford departed for
    Price 25 and soc at J. L. Gaskins'. Cure J L. Gaskins.
    and Mrs. J. T. Liles depart .. Treasurer Bradford county at the ensuing her home at Green Cove Springs
    -- ---- election. I earnestly solicit your rapport,and i if
    'ed Thursday for Georgia, when, C. M. Sparkman & Co. are hav Everything in groceries of the el-cted.promise&faithful discharge of the duties Thursday a'ter a visit with rela-

    they go to be present at the mar ing some improvements made in best quality at Farmer & I of the office. C. P. CASOtf. tives here She was accompainedhome

    , .* riage of Mr. Liles' sister, and to their place cf business. The white Bros. Ensey It Saved His Leg.P. by her mother Mrs. J. C.

    1 pay a yisit to his parents. md colored bars, heretufcre seper Richard. '4 ,
    A Danforth, of LaGrange,
    ated by a petition extending only
    Fatal mistakes are made b) Ga suffered intensely for
    six
    those who do heed the part of the way across the building,
    not earlier months with a trightfu' running fo those living 'r
    will now be entirely seperate.
    symptoms of kidney or bladde sore: on his 'leg, but writes thatBucklen's
    trouble that often end in Bright'disease .- Arnica Salve a malarial districts Tutt's Pills 1
    Starvation never yet cured dys- wholly
    or diabetes. When Foley'sKidney pepsia. Persons with indigestionare cured: it in ten days. For ulcers, re indispensibletheykeepthe

    Cure makes the kidney already half starved. They wounds, burns, boils. pain or piles in .
    e' ystem perfect order and '7
    well, how fcolish it is to delay. J need plenty of wholesome food o it is the best salve in the world are .

    L. Gaskins.._ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests Cure guaranteed. Only 250. Sod: an absolute cure

    Why not buy your meats after what you eat so the body can be' by J. L. Gaskins.K. .

    they have been in cold storage and nourished while the worn out organs J of P. Officers. jr sick headache, indigestion,

    made tender. It costs no more- are being reconstructed. I- I malaria, torpid liver constipa-

    only io cents a pound. S L. is the only preparation known At the meeting of Starke Lodge "on and all bilious diseases.

    Kramer & Co.Backache that will instantly relieve and com- c No 34 Knights of Pythias Thursday

    . --- --- --- pletely cure all stomach troubles 'I evening, June yen, the following i Futt's Liver Pills

    should never be neg Try it if you are suffering from in- : officers were elected:

    lected. It means kidney disorder digestion. It will certainly do Chancellor Commander S. I--m
    Notice.
    which, if allowed to run too long, you good. J. L. Gaskins The Time Comes Matthews.

    may result in Bright's disease, diabetes Vice Chancellor-A V. Long. N'OTK'K of application for permit to sell liquors,
    or other serious and often B. J. Sapp, of New River, was to every elderly woman when an im- Prelate-N. T Ritch. wines and Iyer.IJUBL1C i .'

    fatal complaints. Foley's Kidney in town Thursday. Mr. Sapp This portant is called functional"The change Change takes of Life.place." Master at Arms-D. J. McLeod. notice and Is:31.. hereby L.hDs.tloinl1"given that butineas C. M. I

    Cure makes the kidneys well. Take sustained a very painful injury to The entire svstemuadergoe3 a change. I Master of Work-T. P.'all a hoard*C.M o f*+bparkmnn county corainiaxioner Co. hour filed of with Bradford th,,- '

    nothing else. J. L. Gaskins. his right hand Wednesday. In Dreadful diseases such as cancer and county. In tie state of Florida their application
    consumption are often contracted at for a permit to sell liquors wine and beer in
    working with a plow he accidently this election ilistrict Xo.6, of said county and state; j
    Childrens Day was celebrated at brought his hand down on a sharp that IlUl't application will be acted on by the Maid
    time.McELREE'S board of county commissioner at their ?
    next l
    the Baptist church last Sunday corner of the impliment, receivinga KodolDyspepsia regular electing.which will boa held on
    ternoon with exercises appropriate deep gash. THE FII ST TUESDAY IN JfLY. A. D 1000.

    ; to the! occasion. The parts werewell Wine ofCantui said at lOo'ctock boar in the forenoon of said day and the
    hereby calls
    upon citizen of
    i! taken by the members of the Last fall I sprained my left hip election rfintrict who my desire any to do no.MICH to
    while Cure'I show cau' Sunday school and the large congregation handling some heavy boxes. strengthens and purifies the entire meeting of said hoard why such permit shall
    much The doctor I called said first t not be panted to applicants.
    I was pleased by on ar !
    system and brings the sufferer safely I I By order cf the Board of county commtaion- .
    their efforts. it was a slight strain and would over these pitfalls. Its effects have {I Digests what you eat. !'ere of Bradford county Florida this the 3th day
    soon be well, but it grew worse been wonderful. It is good for all It I of.June. \. b. 1900. .
    artificially digests the food and aids ( J. B CREWS.
    For two Ira W. of and the menstrual troubles but is especially .
    years Kelley, doctor then said I had recommended Nature In strengthening and recon- |I Chairman pro tern.
    this '
    at time. Ask I
    Mansfield, Pa., was in poor health rheumatism. It continued to grow your druggist for the famous Wine of structing the exhausted digestive or ,
    account of trouble. He and I e gans. ItisthelatestdiscoYereddigestant i{r Quick Relief for Asthma. :
    on kidney worse could hardly get round Cardui. $i.op a bottle. eta,
    f,j consulted several physicians and to work. I went to a drug store For advice ia cases requiring special and tonic. No other preparation I r Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons,
    !
    spent considerable money for medicines i- and the druggist recommended me directions, address the" "Ladies' Advisory can approach relieves it and in efficiency. It Instantly ;: Kans., writes: "I 'suffered eight .t<
    The permanently cures
    $f without obtaining relief until to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Medicine Department Co., Chattanooga Chattanooga Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, years with asthma ,in its worst r-i.

    :' he tried Foley's Kidney Cure, I tried it and one-half of a 50 cent Tenn Flatulence, Sour Stomach Nausea, form. I had several attacks duerd

    ,7,' and now writes "I desire to add bottle cured me entirely. I now THOMAS J. fromes' Xla*, all SickHeadacheGastralgiaCrampa other an ing the last year and was not ex-
    results
    my testimony that it may be the recommend it to all my friends.F. .- isle-ST painful menstruation lster suffered and doctors could ar and not Price We.and M. Imperfect digestion. pected to= live through them. I
    relieve her. Wine of Cardul Large size contains Zi$ttae
    cause of aiding others." J. L. A. Babcock. Erie, Pa. It is for her, and also helped.my mother entirely through cured UM moll size.Book aU about dyspepsia mailed tree! began using Foley's Honey and
    ':: Gaskins. ale by J. L. Gaskins. Change of Ufa." Prepared by E.C.D.WITT A CO.,Chlca9.J. I 1 I Tar and it has never failer to give

    t, L. QASKINS. 1 I immediate relic" 'J. L. Gaskins.

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