Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:00404
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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"Among the Breakers" at the Opera .
@ House Monday Night. S

"Among the Breakers," a very Early buyingmeans
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xx/ interesting drama in two acts, will

These be presented at the Opera House, .0.
speak Monday night, June 25th by -
.' home talent, under the auspices of
forthemselves I the ladies'aid society of the Bap-
@ @ tist church. Long satisfaction. .

A month ago the cast was made
@ : @ for the play, but circumstanceshave !

compelled several changes.The .
@ @ Realizing this we have and Sum- t
cast, as the play will be presented displayed our Spring
\ @ Beautiful Scotch Lawns, 27 inches @ is as follows: mer Dress goods somewhat earlier this season than j i

l wide, only 5 cents per yard. David Murray,keeper of Fair-point Light........
@ @ Felix Long. usual, even at the risk of being accused of "crowding j
tai Delhaven Dimity, IOC per yard. Larry Divine,his assittant.... .... .J.8. Brown
Hon.Bruce Hunter..E.P. Duncan the season." -
@ .1 j jCOME"
I Merrimac Shirting, 5 cents per yarda @ Clarence Hunter his ward..Rodman Jones
........ ,
Paragraph a newspaper reporter.
:.: '' @ bargain not procurable elsewhere. @
,. ; Claude Alvarez. LOOK AT THESE THEY'LL
Scud,Hunter's colored servant.......A.E.WaU
c :':; : @ Three-quarter Bleeching only 5 cents.@ lisa Minnie Daze Hunter's niece............ ... PLEASE YOU :

:!- @ per yard. @ BessStarbrfeht Miss,"Cast Ollie Up Weeks.by the Waves".......

t.:, ', '\. @ @ 'Mother Carey,"Miss a reputed Eva Truby.fortuneteller........ Lawns-White, Figured and Solid. .
g. '. Mrs.D.J.McLeod. '
@ If you want PK., @ Biddy Bean an Irish girl. .r..I.Miss Mary Giles OrgandiesEvery style and kind. .

o "Among the Breakers" is among DimitieSWhite_ and Figured. :
@ @ the best amateur theatricals, and .
f @ you want the latest styles in that popular @ the cast has been very happily Dotted ,SwissWhite and Colored. ..t'.
made, so the public may be assured -
fabric offers the .
and this store up-to-date -h'
Dotted White Lawns.
of an enjoyable evening whenit :
ti .' @ ideas. Our PK. trimmings are a novelty, @ is presented. Admission 25 ; 1

I)!; @ too, that must not be ignored by correct @ cents. Come--- .one- -and all.-- Piques and Nainsooks.i ,i.

dressers. A Colored Fracas. Linen LawnsBlack and Figured. .- .
: @ @
A number of colored people at-
Dotted LawnsLinen Effect. '
@ I .***.* II @ tended a "festival" Monday night .

at the home of Leaston English, JJress CrashLarge quantity, from 8c to 25c per yd.
@ @
just east of town. Among those '

present was one Arthur Cason, PercalesEvery piece a beauty. '
I HEADQUARTERS FOR PULLEY BELTS whose best girl hinted that she I
could accommodate another glassof

AND COLLARS THE LATEST that red lemonade, if asked to. Our Prices Will Help You to I
@ @ Before ordering a glass for her, .
Arthur prudently searched h's .

@ NOVELTIES., @ pockets The wherewithal was Economize.
', conspicuous only by its absence.
@ @ Arthur's heart stood still, but not l'

@ @ Sue long,who for yonder owed him was 20 Bisbee cents. De-He m w. D. nnntB

J. Q. ALVAREZ. "drew on" Bisbee for the two
dimes promtly, but a dismal "no"
was the response for Bisbee was .
bankrupt himself. Stung to mad- .T -- J
ness by his bad luck Arthur drew

his faithful blade and began to FULL
carve up B'sbee i in the most approved .

style, cutting him badly on t .
the body and left arm. At this .
INSURANCE.J.R.DAVI&ACO. juncture Oliver: Weeks stepped up LINE OF ;

and offered to pay Bisbee's debt ...A
But Arthur treated the offer with \

scorn and emphasized his con- / GROCERIES,
I. tempt with a few slashes at Oliver, .
I whose borrowed shirt was sadly TINWARE,

: STARKE FLA. wrecked.
= := HARDWARE, '
The festival now broke up and
the participants left, a very much
disgusted set. No arrest has GLASSWARE,
., been made. *

ESTATE OF Cold Steel or Death. OILS, .' '
= "There is but one small chance New Arrivals.Its .. :

!, J. L. GASKINS to save your life and that is throughan not extravgance to buy .
operation, was the prospect the best it is
; economy. .
set before Mrs. I. B. Hunt OATS
STARKE, Fla. of Lime Ridge, Wis., by her doc- We're sure you'll find our '
tor after vainly trying to cure her Butter the sweetest, our Eggs HAY,
.' Dealer In of a frightful case of stomach trou-I i the freshest, and our Vegetables V\
I ble and yellow' jaundice. He didn't the choicest.We I : -
f ", DRUGS. HEDICINESand count on the marvellous power of I do not claim a monoIpoly [ COFFINS. .
Electric Bitters: to cure stomach I CASKETS andUNDERTAKERS'
; and liver troubles, but she heardof of all good things, but we
it, took seven bottles, was whol- do guarantee that what we GOODS.
DRUG SUNDRIES I ly cured avoided surgeon's knife, have is good.G. .
and feels better
now weighs ; LIVINGSTON
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than ever. It's positively guaran-' C. LIVINGSTON. : .
Chemicals Toilet Articles Fine Per- '
teed '.to cure stomrch, liver and 1
fumery and Fancy Soaps. Hair and kidney troubles and never disap- I I.' .1.lI
A Frightful Blunder. I ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1'f"
Tooth Brushes Rubber Goods points. Price soc< at J. L. Gaskins ', -
dwwtnnnn w..w..w.n .n.-
drug store. Will often cause horrible burn, <' .-
a Specialty. scald, cut or bruise Bucklen's .
Gf) I I hereby announce myself candidate for the t
I r Died at Plant City. Arnica Salve the best in the office of County Treasurer and respectfully i ..;:.
: 3 FINE CIGARS 4 J Thomas world, will kill the pain and solicit the support my fellow-citizens. 0 tr I.
Mrs. ,
. Nancy formerlyof
promptly heal it. Cures old sores, J. W. NICHOLS. : 'j'J '
Bradford but of late J t '";
GARDEN AND county ulcers, boils felons, corns,all skin '
her Thomasat
with son, Hardy
9 FLOWER SEEDS. (*J Jt living Plant City, died at that place eruptions. Best pile cure on To the Voters of Bradford County hereby 'iJ:
t, II earth. Only 25 cents a box. announce myself candidate for the office of j b4.:t
r ,
morning June iQth
early Tuesday Treasurer Bradford county at the ensuing .' iJ
Cure guaranteed. Sold L. !
by J
Goods fresh and I :
; and clean. Careful trouble. The remains
always of heart Gaskins election. I earnestly solicit your support,and if
attention were shipped to Starke the same druggist. el.ctedpromise faithful discharge of the duties / 1v
prompt given to CompoundingPhysicians'
, and taken of of the office. C. P. CASON.
were charge by
8 day I
,1.+ B. P. Smith returned home Sun- t '
Prescriptions day or night. ,
. her sons, N. J. and Jos. Thomas,of -
.,' Gf I New River, this county, and in- day after a two weeks' visit with The cattle of this section are in :1
,his mother and other relatives in
I tered in the family burying ground.An better condition now than for -!
i,d i Alachua county. years past. This is on account of !1
'.. -.--- ..---.- I epidemic of general repairing -I 1 the frequent rains in the spring '.':'r
COME TO I seems to have struck our The F. C. & P.pay train passed and summer which gave a luxurious ,,{
4T '' FOR STYLISH JOB PRINTING town and carpenters and paintersare through here Wednesday to the II growth to the grass and pro- t.v'J
I, THIS OFFICEr busy. joy of that road's employes. vided plenty of watering places. f 1
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"I':'OTICE is hereby given that the following described property will be sold at public auction on p .l
PubllsheciEveryFrldayat \*1 1> .THE 2D pAY OF JULY 1WO: at Starke in the county of Bradford. State of Florida, or so Owner. Description of Land c: r.;: ..-

STARKEBRADFORD COUNTY.FL f..e. muCh tbereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to the c :p: rS c ;=: aii
Sam,together with'the cost of such II&leand advertising: :: 2
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::I C. 'Chasll ............... lot 11.- 1
Fla. .Tune 22. 1900.V J.. ', Thompson. .......... 2. 5 22 10 219 "
.' o. Eocr. ('() '!' ...lChtol1e.... .... ............ CXofnw4ofSe\ % -- -
.. -. 'i Frank .................... north third or oast threequarteMli
''.. Owner..... -.Description or Land. c: w c-Sc Gauger. ofnw of ne''.................Z-J 5 t: 10 ISM

': :. ;; a ? i B HAl e...._................... south one-third of east three-
? The big guns have had their day > .s ti s ; t quarter,.of nwl4 of nej. ... 2'J 5 2t 10 16% %

: ...-jai, Ru s. .. g: B :; t 5Eo I Samuel White...........-.... .... bill: 10 .Dd lots 1.2. and 3. block .,
Now the log rolling for county offices 1 9.>> town of Lawtey.... .... 23 5 2Z 941V
. x ::: < < /Shipman./ ............ ...... .8wyjofswl4.! ......... .-.. ....... 2:1: 5 L 40 1084
4 will shortly begin in earnest. V J -hipman gJJardlan........... w4 of nw.\\( ..............-.... 2:1: S 22 40 a P2OeoPost. ;

Chas &brts &: Co. ...... .. ..... nwXofnwt ......... ............ 20 4 19 40 96 ....:....... .............. 11 acres on Lake Kingnleyavenuey ;
ChaaknbertskCo................... nwX! ornw ......... .... ........ 23 4 19 40I'j town of Lawle .. ... ... ..... 2:1 5 3 1. 'U '
the democrats of the FQBrowu.trustee......... ....s3fofseX_....................... U 4 19 80 149FQBroM4'trwteer. ''Gvott........ ..._............... sw3Gofnw4ofnw\( .... ..23 5 22 10( bd ; ..p1Mrs
Day by day ....... ...neXandeXof nwl( and nXof Shipman.......... .... ft51 and 2 in bit block 2 town ;
;_ ... tk" ....... .... .......... ........ 2S 4 Ig 491 Lawtey...... .. ............. 2J 5 22 2501 '
country'are becoming mere con- Unknown ........._.............. seX...... ............ ....... 27 4 19 loll 253Cba8 I vJ Shipman..................... block 5 and IotA I. 2. 3, and 4 '
fident of national Roberts It Co... ..._.......... eX....... .............n.......... 2.1 4 1\1\ 320 4 iiI In halt block I town of Lawtey 2.1 S 22 iS of
a victory next FQrrowfI. InJllto-e, ....... .... fiX ofnwJi and swy4 of sw. .. 31 4 19 105 1 j F4FQBrown. J W C Peters... .... .... ...... neat: ot uwj ofFt' {............... 2. 5 23 10 1 .12
fall. tnJlltt't' .. ..........se :if'r awX......... .............. 't1 4 19 40 97 CA Cannon. .. ............._.... seX ofse3j........ .............. 27 5 Y3 40 306) ,
Chas Roberts /o... .......... nw_ of nw.\\( ........... ....._.... 3:3 4 19 40 00 Unknown.e\( of serf ............ ............ t IS 13 40 131 i
Com0.ercialCo.: .... ........ nlornejandswy4 of nrX and B H Hall... ... ......... .. ....... sw14of n4j.................. ... 5 IS 1S 40 131ney ::
s3f ofnwX and aa X of lW}j... 33 4 19 2-W 3 S7 \ A Koon....... ..... ...... .X ot seat ........ .. .. ...... $ IS 1'4 100 478Unknown.
The subject of good roads Cha.sRoberts&Co............ ... nwof nwX.\ ....... .... 3t 4 Ig W 97FlaCommercial se''of nwX...... ............... II 6 18 40 1 :c'VO
Co ....... .. .... nwY ohw sod xX ot swj and hon... ... ............ ... na i ofse 4 ......... ....... 9 8 18 40 13lneyAKoon. ::
should not be lost sight of. Bradford neX\ ....._. .... .... .... . 21 4 20 2P0 4811 \ .... ...... ........ wXotnwJ. otsw ... ......... 9 6 Ii 20 6iswX !
.. Chas P.oberts &: Co............... all -f...... ....... ... . ...... 22 4 20:! 6-tO 8 ':7FJa \ of nw, ......... ............ 12: IS Ii 40 5tl: r ,
county should make a move Commercial Co...... .. IIX lt IW 4 and nX or eeX and Chas Roberts &: (.0.........._...... get:(: orswJi' ........... .. ......... Ii IS Ii 40 97 I
neX otllt-I ........ .............. 2'i 4 20 600 855 nknown............ ............. seyof nwy4.... ........._.... 13 IS 1- 40 131 ,
in the direction of improving our John Coffin .............. ...... eX of neat and eX 01 nw.\\ ands Dryden Keatb.... ....._. nee{ ...fn..X .... .. .... U 6 B 40 331UDitnown. t
( of tiw.ofow.\ (\ and nwX! ornlll.1 ........_ ........ ...... nl'4orse! ..... .................. II G Ii 41) 1t
public highways. X and IIX of lot 3 and IX of Viney A Koon..... ...... .... .nw4o.nw.! ........_.............lOS IS 18 40 211 wM
k or lot 2..... ... ... .... M 4 20 490 561 Unknown. .. ... ..... .... ....... swy4 of .wM ......... ..... .. 21 6 19 40 131 J cCnae
-- Chas Roberts &: Co ...... .... 8 4 or iota 1 and 3..... ..... ..... 3-1 4 20 M 1t! Roberts t Co.... .......;.. nX of neX .... .... ................. .1 6 19 1'0 149 1;
The fibre John P Comn ....... .... nofsw" and IIX of lot L. ... 35 4 20 1lO 3 al Cbaa Roberta A Co........_...... nX of seX ..... ............... .. y 6 19 81) 149 r
palmetto factory just : Chas Roberta!;; Co.......... ...... net( ot swX ............. ......... 31: 4 20 40 96T Unknown... ............... .... wotsw ........... ......... 'f 6 Ig Is) 217 ,
started in this should receiveall T Fktgler: . ... .... .... .... .sof lot 4..... .. .... .... 35 4 20 40 1t Unknown....... ...... ........... neat! ofnw X.... ......... ........ 13; 6 19 40 13: +
city Samuel A wann..p..... wX ornpJ( and eX of nwy and Unknown.. .... .... ....._._. sW ofneM.... ..... ...... ..... It 6 1J! 41) 132 f
the swX\ of !lw.\\( .......... ... 33 4 2t 200 336 ChaS Roberts&: Co.... .... .... nw of nW4! ........... . .. Ii IS 111 40 96
encouragement possible. YineentO'Bold. .............. eofne and oX of DW.\\ and EClark.... ......................Jwesthalf of west half of neJ4 of
We other similar of swX............ .... 3'J 4 21 200 390 neX! and two ahree In northeast -
hope enterprises FQ Brown. tru-tee. ... ......... .etnw anI1Sw}.1otDW} ..... 19 4 2. 1'D 201 comer or nwX of neX..... tl G Iii n 38-&

will follow later in J H Bennett......... .. .. ........ k.of1I'\\( .... ............ 8-t 4 22 40 315JhoG Ellsworth Trust Co............... nett of seas, .... .... ........... Y; 6 19 411 97
on, bringing Scholar...... .... ........ s3f ofneJi' ............... ........ 36 4 22 80 3 92Unkncwn. ('hasRobens&co.: ... .......... ee4 of neX.-........ .......... ... 2a 6 19 4) 96
their wake and ......_......_.... ..... wX of DW : .................. 3 5 18 toO 21- G J Scarborough.................. J.-&ofnw.! and neX oJsW.\\( .... Z' 6 19 lU 5UCnknown.
prosperity happiness. -. __. ..........._...... nw ( of he4 and neX\ of nwX.... 5 18 81) 216 ... ........... ... ........ nX of neX ... .. ................ 31 IS 19 80 211
.. .. .. ..................IoW'Jtofne4.! .... ............11 5 Ii4 40 131 one lot In town of Worthington ;,
Chas Roberta S Co...... ......... .Xt nwX and neX\ of swX and :30l feet north and south and
8w34 ff aw'4........... ........ U 5 18 161) 2 R.1Unknown. 2J1 feet elt..t and w n........... t 79
..... ... .....r......... nw.orsw\ (..?_......... .... 14 5 IS 40 13 Louis Clemons............ ......._. nwX of.& and np'01; IiW.\\
If there was anything lacking to ........... .... ... ..... nwj ofnw .. .. .............. 1\: 5 18 41) 97' and nX of nw4 ot swi4......... 3. IS lQ 100 G 81
............. .... ..,. a 34 of neat of neX .............. 1. 5 l'i 3) 132 FBSloirb ....................... nof I'w.i of se. ............ 2 IS 20 lO '$ 1i
convince doubting Thomases that Chas Roberts J:Co:......... nw.\of\ .. .. .. ... .... Z1 3 18 41) 00 CDk2own........ ...__.. ....... "'.Xofnt":4: .... ............ ... :: e ?) 80 213
Chas Roberta at Co...... .... .. n..Ji' of swland ewj of swl4 .... 25 5 18 80 I 49C2saa ....... .................. eXof !lW ..... . .. .. .. 2 6 20 1:0: 218
W. J. Bryan will be nominated for HobenJi& Co............... D1I'( oflM' ..... .......... .. ..... M 5 IS 40 96 CbasRoberta& Co...._._........ IM" of nej.................._-. 4 6 20 40 Ir.
Chas Roberts: Co................ s44 of salt\ except: JO acres on ChaR Roberts; 5t Co.... ........ .. nX of lot I...;.......... .......... 6 6 Z) 40 97
the presidency by acclamation by west aide aDd sw 4 of sej and JObnPCottin..t\OuthhalfoflO'3andJot4.. G 20 1.:0 2 OlUnknown.

.e4 CJt 1It'Ji' except 10 acres In ........ . ........... north half of south half of lot
the democratic national convention IIW corotl'........... ....... .. 33 5 18 1jJ) 2 III 10..............,...... ........ .... 7 IS a) nn 118 :,
Unknown ..... ........... ....... .w4 or sw.\\( ....._.... ... ....36 5 14 41) 97Eppinger .. .......................... e" of seX................ .... i G 2) 40 131
... tha instruction of the New &;;Russell. .............. way orne ...... ............... I 5 19 81' 141! .. .... .............. .... srX; o[ ueX! and neX! 'ot..11.}j. ..... 11), e 3) fk) 218
CblL"HQbP.ru&co.: ... .... ...... a'y ofnw.\\ ..... .... ......... ._.. 1 5 Ig 40 96 ChasRobertsSCo.....__...... nefofnw44andewyjofnwa.3t 6 2) y) 149Unknown.
York delegation for the Nebraska Chas Roberta and Co .... ... ...... n1l'* of nwyj and north half of .... ......... .. ..... nrX: of neX! ...... .... :. 1111 IS 2IJ 40 132
.w3-t and IIW.of\ southwest Marshal Fnmer........_ ......lot :i block 11 In town of dew
statesman ought to supply the quart r.............. .... 3 5 19>> 160 313Cnknown itiver .. .... ._ _............... lIS
.............. ........ n. ........ ."............ 3 6 IV' 40 g- lots I. 3 and 5. block' 29 town of
missing link. Mr. Bryan will be .. .... .... ...... ........ stol nwX........ .. ., .......... 4 5 19>> 40 96 Sew River. ........ -...... 231

8eX and southeast X\ ot A WLane................. ......Iota d and 10. block 11 town of '"
the nominee and a great many ....... ........... _.... 4 5 Ig 80 179 Sew River..... ... ..... lat
II .... ....... ... .......... nw5of nw ......... ...... .. 5 5 19 40 149 Wm Tltoe......................... lot 4 block 3 3 iu town of New .
I leading politicians say the .next ............... ". ". 6 5 19 40 3 07Unknown..northeast River.... .......... ........ .... 1 18
ot ueX\ and nX of I M Harnage....: .._......:..... lots 7 and 8 Mock 9. los I 6 block II
president. awX.... ...................... e 5 19 120 231 Iota I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. g. 10 and 12
Chan Robert/!;; Co ............__ nwJi otae ........ ..._. '7 5 Ig 40 96 block 10 aid lot 1:block 3'J town
Uoknown......... .................. southwest X of De 4 and ne4 of of Sew Rit'er......_._.... 673
........................ 'Z' 5 11>> 80 241 lot IS block 33 in town of New
Sheep raising should be profit- .. ...... ....... ..... neylof] awX............ ...... ... 8. 5 11>> 40 97f. PJvt'l' ..... 3 53

able in Bradford We have .. .. ..... ... ...... .. awX ............. ...... 10( 5 19 to 97 w H lloore..............;......... lot 11 block 10 and lot 1 blot 11
county. Chas Roberts & co ...... ..... ne344 of ueX and west baIt of Iou I. S. 9. and 11 block 1 town ..

lands without limit neX\ and eW half of nwX and ; of New River............ .. 520
grazing water, IIW 4 ................._....... 13 5 II>> 380 5 7'2 Unknowo.......... .... ....._.... lot 2, block 26-.nd lot 2. block r
shade and windbreaks. In our Unknown.... ..................... north of..X.......c. ,.... ... ...... 14 5 19 4Q 91 New Rit'er.......... ... ...... 1112
.: half .of. DW" and set( of .. ............. ..... lot 12 block 12 and lots :2.4.8and
nwyj..... ..,;.... ............ 2'l 5 19 120 666 and IoU 8. 10 1I
.. pastures there'are no burrs to get John P coffin........................ !last half of neyj and nwX of block 10 block 3t.25 lots 4 and 6 bluk I

into the wool no thorns to tear it p$44 and rte; of nw.\\ and G. block 3 and lot 5 block: : 8
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uth half of swy end 011'I Xdf5w I and lots 1. 3. 5. 6. and 9 block
awl( olee4........ 2 5 20 340 551 block all of block 5
: out and no ticks to torment the Chas Roberts Ii co........ .. ...... sw y of owed ... ... 5 20 96 town 10. lot If 4 :few River 2& ............ S 7
John P Comn....... ..... .... .. all east hree-qquaavers f .
except o
animals. The thick mat of 3 Chas Roberts!;; Co.... ..... _._10' 4 and north half of lots 9 .
grassy neX Of ..... .. ... .....__. 5 20 GIO 882
ne34. and 11.:.............. .......... 8 20 16) 28 it
John P. comn..... ............ n"of\ net( end north half of '
everywhere keeps the shceps' feet of nw.and\ fr ..._. 4 .5 20 150 Z 83 E n Hazen..10 acres In southwest comer
'. swy4 nwX.\ .111",1 of swi(...... ..... 33 IS 2IJ 10 118 ;
John P coffin........_... .... nX and n01 If'-t! and nX of : .. .... .........m...... tJ 21) from the and cf \ IS
contact with ground 5 4'10 Unknown.._.__ ............. ew'X neX.
swkj. ....: ..... ........ 5 20 6-9IJ
? nw'l-:...... .... ................ M 6 Zf1 1611 5 SJilve.ter
!L Chas Roberta &: co...?............. lots 1 and 2 and north half of ..;; ... ....._.... 34 a 1"5
the foot-rot destructive in sw1 .. ; 1.... 6
so some 6 Sterr1ckll...... .......... (
Jot3.............. ............... 5 20 200 336'lobn
........... .. ................ 2 IS 21 3t1 56S
Cbu Roberts & Co........ .... nX
; p coon..... ................ south half
localities is almost unknown here. of lots four and G 80 CbasRoloerts&: Co .......... ..... ow.01811'34.\ ....... ........ ...... 5 IS 2L 40 97Cha.
... ..._. .. ..... 5 20 14
twelve ... .__
? .. .................... .. ...... 7 II 21. 160 2 5.1TTn..lIl
k. Roberta................ 5M\ .
JohnPCoffn.......... ..... .... !
; The few flocks in this section are eat half of neX and nW34 of 8 120 r.... ............ ...f me4.......... .. 9 6 xl 2 10 306
seX........ ......._ .... .. ... 5 20 231
....... ........... II) 6 21 40 96Unknown.
LA Sawyer............_.. .wX of 1Ie t.
John P comm.................. ... eX or net! and
( DWJi or
1\ ar4eX .... .. .. .......... 21 40 13l: "' .
doing extremely well and passed and ..._..... ............. neX ofll<"-" ; 11 IS
ald ofsw.i{ .w.01'\ ...-._ .... ............ la 5 21 80! 2 11II
0 1 240 ........... ........ .. e4 ot sej
sw.\\( .......... ............ 5 I 20 411
.. ......... 21 4t) 131
through the late severe rains with and ...................... ewt of nwX.\ ." 13 S .
John P comn.. ................ nw% of nwX\ .!( of '
IIW TT Fbiglf ..._..... ...... S1l'of\ DW "... ..... ............ 13 IJ t1 40 12 \
i very little loss, although roaming 1 and eej and wX or ew'X andnwX TT Fla21er .. ........ ........ nwJ otnw4 .. ... ... :3) IS t110 97
of neX and ee34 of neJ Unknown............. w34 of sw ................... 21 t5 21 40 1 31
and np.of.\ nwl ........ .... 5
'" the woods without attendance. ( 10 20 4-10 7 0i ..__ ................. nwofSw" and swJ ofnw\ .. 23 IS 2J 80 21 ..
Chas RobertsCo...... ... .... 8RiXofnt M. ................__.....10 i 40 ..
20 97 .......................... eX of lot 20r nx'j. orne" and
JobnPCOffln.......... ........... all
a nw.of\ northwest
except : I Ie" If nwyj..................... 24 IS 21 IO! :if 91a' ?
/, : Prospects John- P coffin. of .o't 11 5 sn 600)( 855 .......... ................ net "fneij.....--.. .............. 2i 15 21 40 l 61
: :'. Bright. sX and smith neM and half east of half swX! of nw* TTFlagler.................;... nwi( ofnw" ..... .....8 21 40 97TTFlagler.
; nw* ........ .......... ...._ flwX 01 nWM and nwj ofswX 29 5 21' 80 14JTTnagler. :
The Gainesville Sun : Taken ar.d south 1-2 5 20 500( 7 56 j ... .... .. .. ... .. ...31 :i1 If ChTTFIagter.
...... 66J
says John Coffin. nwU ........ .... ........ 5 4 ........ ..... .... ....aR. IJ
13 a* 160 R t
f' whole there be .....................DC51 and neX of nw.and\ 1I'X
.fil bert ..
,) : ..' as a can no question .' nel of-sey4.. .?....... n 5 20 40 114 of se4 and ew}.__.............. 32 G 21 48i 724DABlain

t. f': of the fact that there is more John Chas Roberts.& (. wy north of half w* of.neM and se4 of'n 5 20 SO 149 ................ ......: lotsJ] .33 1. ano 15. block 31 \ -
mb-Civi5ioD In Asberry .
v Cummings
.; ; money in circulation in Florida at ne*! and north half of nwj -*- GreeD................... 2 6 ti 191lies.

y '1- I the present time than there has Coffin. all and except ew34 sw ofnw* of*swU.. 14 15!>> 5 5 30 20 240 600 t aU l'Z'John R Ring...... .................block nineteen aDd lots anti forts Iota .1w7 ix 1.
Unknown .. | S to sixty
w ofne* 16 5
ever been at previous 20 80 to W Inclusive block 20 and 'J
? any period
1- John P coffin. '! .:i... The natural resources of the state and north half of sw*. 17 I 5 20 300 336 lots YJt 169 to EO :246 143 Igduilve inclusive Cummings and.
Chas Roberta & lot
six and north half of lotseven.
are being more extensively developed ". sub division lu Asberry j
' John P lotl 19 5 :.jo! 13) Z 31 GreeD.... ........ ...... t 6 22 312

; ; the demand for labor is James Clercons .... north.half of lot 2. 19 18 I 5 5 on 20 !*40: ) t 149 SHCmmmings.................... nw4ofew4lea.2Oacres.: ... .. 2 6 20 565 .
general and earned is being ('has Roberts & Co. lot .?.. 19 5 20 100 311 Chas Roberts&: Co.. .. .. ...... oX of net! and ewl of ne 4 :, "I
; 151
} .
and east half of uw4 and nwy
John Pt".omn..... neofne\ \ .
.. invested within the limits oft John .t and half of sea\ 20 5 5 20 44 r of awj....... ..... ... ". ...... 2 6 2Z 280 4 rotoknQwn. :.
John P np nwy4}.t and SW4 east! of awy and( nX of 21 20 240 3 .... .... ................. seX ur swll ...... .............. 2 6 2=: 40 97
# ;, the state. The people of Florida Beand\ IIwJ 5 Chas! Roberts ...... ....:. s3-&of seX c-f seX and nwX\ of
John P half of 22 20 220 $23 self east of railroad............ IS II 22 M 20CnkIlO1l'n. & s
rif are now laying the foundation fortl' nortb south half ..f seX ne*and and nw**!.und 5 .......................... nwla ofseX.......... .......... 4 6 :r1 4U 133 ,
41' still greater progress in the future. John P Coftin..,east half ef ne* and sw4 RW of 27 30 490 699 Rufus M Choate.......... ........ nwSJ .f nrX . ...... ... ..... 9 IS 2:: 40 IIti
-. and seX! and easthall ot neM Unknown....... .............. .. nof nw14 of DW.\\( .... .......... g G 20 e3
l .- The situation is such as to inspire and t>w} of sw* .IIw34 33 5 400 .......................... net{ ofswX of ne"( ...... 15 IS ::= 10 132 .
Sr-f : with hope and confidence every Commencing 4 at section line dividIng 20 G25 Ed I O'Neal; ... ..................._ ney4 of sw3j and aU of nwX of 1. '
Bel( Icing west cf Stark and
sections and :
thirty thirty-
" '' well-wisher of the stalt The demand one and southwest of S'l.Ddt'l"IQn road.n ... '. .... I. G 22 57 638 '
of I>I. L. McKinney's corner and Thos BnOtllIl....................... BwlI of e4! ........... .......... Is IS 2:! 40 1 74Unknown.
: ,\ for the products the state I runnlDg north to right reserve of ............ ... ......... swofgw3:&...... .. ..... . .... I9 I 411 2 JII
." : .: \ is than ever before and of Q. S. & P. railroad parallel way .. n.n ........ .......... nX or ne4 ofllW.\\( ........... .... Ig r 22; 20 1 3'rS
: : greater with Dekle street.. thence in F .yers.... ............ .... 811'l!(.ofnw"X ....... ... ........ 21 8 2 4)39:: 1
". ". t \: the outlook is most encouraging southeasterly direction on said Emma Dell.... .... ................ awX of block south of range;
: : ? that the railway and right of way line! where said three west In neX CJf flW}.1...... 21 g 22 3 13S '
''' steamship right of way intersects section swi-4! of block 3 south of range 2

;" ':';. .-3, } lines will materially aid producers line dividing sections thirty und west, 66 feet wide east and .
west and 130 test long north
thirty-one west
, <; by fixing rates at the lowest fig section line tg place of begin.along and south on cast side of se*! 1
' J ping, said land being on south of block 3 south of range 3 west
. ures.., ,All the transportation companies side of G. S..t F. railroad. "emp '8 sub-divUioii......__? 21 6 22 36* ,j
:::: are interested in the devel bounded on north and east by oDe.half acre beginning in south
east corner of IIwH of sw and '
said right of way on east and %
":; opment of the resources of this south by section line dividing running north 210 feet, thence

, .: state, and it is not doubted that pecnons west by Dekle thirty street and thirty-one on south, west thence 105 105 feet feet, south to place 210 feet orS I

< 4 they will do that which will pro- Side of lot IU in town nf Lake beginning....... .......... .. 21 e 22 403 .
"- Butler..:::.:'.:...:...:..:._=::. 1543 F Myers.................??...... block 5 south of range 1 west.
:. : mote their interests most. The Unknown.... ........ .............. lot 28! Dekles addition to Lake east half ot block 5 south of t.

more development there is of the Butler........ ........ ........... 2 48 range 2 wed and south half of
4 acres in southwest corner of nX block 4 south of range 1 wand

. :.': resources of Florida the better it of lot 4. ....... ...... ......... 5 20 4 162 se)4 of block 4 south of
Unknown.... ............. ...... lot twenty-four running e 4 fret 31
will be for .all concerned. Both subdivision.
: north and south and 178 feet 21 Ii 22 398
the transportation companies and east and west as per Beard's SJTempIe I ................ ........ block 1 rangeSsouth and east in
; 4 survey said lot in north half of Temple's. subdivision............ 22 6 'l: 62
: the people now have faith in the lots.... ... ............... ...... 53) 183 yR2Tod.......... ...... ....... wX of neofne* ................ :22 ft .-...2 4 Si
future John P Coffin ............. .. ... eXofswM ......... ........ 31 5 3) ft) 1363 Mrs Sallie Sweat.....?............ nX 01 se*\ of sw* .. .. 21 22 88
f : growth and prosperity of i F II Grover........ ... .. ... ..... netf of se*\ ........ .. ......... ... .32, 5 20 40 131 OliverKenyon..."'." ... ........ wXofne* .... ........--... ..-, 26 8 S3 218
.y4=f the state and there is being manifested Unknown................. ........ west half of northwest quarter of I Mrs J B Robertson... ...... ...... nw of awX............ 213 ft 22 1 SC
: ;' se* ..... ......... .... 5 30 20 162 Unknown.._.................... lots 4. 5. 6, 7.: 8. 9 and l51"block .
t*i .. a disposition all around to 1 ?Coffin........................... north half of ne*\ and north halfJPComm 3:! hand lots 6. .7 and S. block r

ofnwfcj.. .... ........... .... 5 90 160 283 10 in Temple's addition to town
I j:: mutually co-operate in advancing ............ ..... ....... nwU............ ...............: S 5 20 160 253 of Starke. ..... ......... 396
.A : all the various interests of Florida Clu\sRoberts&, Co. ......... ..... nXofne* ..... ............ ........34 at 5 yi 80 149. M P"1111.. ............. .... .... Iota 25. 26, 27. 28. 37. 38 89 and 'r
Chasftobrrts&Co .. ... .... 8eofnw*.......................* .Off 5 20 40 97 40. block 3. Dowling's addition .
,1"1 Not since Florida has been John C Griffis.. .................... sX of lot 4...... ......... ...... 5 21 40 8 43 toStarke.. ...... .... ............ 234
been Vincent O'Bold......_............. swofnw\ !i..............1.11_.._. .a? 5 21 40 96 Unknown..... .. ................. lot 40. block 3. Dowltags additionMrsMRM
d a State has the prospect as Unknown ............... se*! of ne* .... Ji I 5 21 40 97 to :t&rke................__...._ 93 e.
: bright as it is to-day. Vin.cent O'Bold.. .. ....:?......... iwV"of sw"w".II..r."ir..I"I; 19 5 n 40 K n.................. one lot commencing at
I I V J hipman.... .... --... .*.. ...... all except: fifteen acres in ne*\ of M 60 feet east of ne eon a of point lot 10 w
L' '-' .. .... .... .... ... 5 22 C35 1998 of the original town of Starke' t
Mary E Baldwin... ............... lots two. three and four "in'tieVof 1 being on a line wfth the direct .'
.t.. '. Cheap Insurance. 1 neJi........................ ...... I 5 2J 15 118 continuation of Jackson ;.
1 street
V J Shipman........ ... ............ all except west half of owl of, theme south 52.( fet .
., :; .'. Many man has been insured .: ne*. east half or ne} Alica! M Parker ..... .............. lot 33 Woodlawn..... .,... ........ 6 22 10 131 Ito feet to west },,
: agunst Bricjnt's; disease, diabetes, F. W. Perry..../:....... ... .......lots nineteen and twenty two It. Starke. beginning.. in the townof jI
or other dangerous ailment by a Woodlawn... ..........;...... 14 5 22 20 248 j Florence lI 1V3Iey........... .,.... Jot 14 kE"jon..."addiaon .. 328 '
Wawn Shaw.... .. ......... lot Woodlawn.... .. ..... 52! 10 13? I to < '
fifty cent bottle of Foley's Kidney JS French......:. ......... ......... loW5ana ......; ..... :. .... 19 5 23 90 181 B C HeIbWf.... ................ lowTind 3Vbtock':22Yn.toWnof 162 1.r.
Cure. J. L. Gaskins. j ; I i Starke......'...... ........... 1414 J
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/ 597 at 10 .
al In sacred memory of Mrs. Min f the News of West Bradford's No Nominations Made-Lively 5klrI -
nie Bell Hicks (nee Wainright): '
The deceased was born in this i Metropolis.By Have secured for SPOT CASH I ?
I Our Regular Correspondent. At the TELEGRAPH'S time of
argamsAre county November 10, 1879, and the balance of a manufacturer's t

/ died of typhoid fever at Jacksonville Large crowds greeted Rev R. F. stock of Reversible; Covert Cloth. going to press the state convention

Sunday Rogers at his regular services at is still in session in
t I morning, June 17, in different Jacksonville,
in her 2ist She the : the Baptist church Saturday and 597 yards, eight color,
year was and it will doubt consume the
i / what we give 'you. daughter of N. C. and Leah Sunday. and to make room, for. other bargains no ,
of the week. All the candidates -
' J !! j The kind that consist of Wainright and the wife of R. T'I I R. H. Bass, was among the visiting bought I-will dose it out at rest

I Ii Hicks whom she leaves with attendants of church here show great strength and the
two 10 cents a yard. Why others
. :::. I I Highest Quality combined! little children to mourn her de I'I Sunday.Mrs. 20 cents ? :pay preliminary skirmishing lasted'till

I She was a true Vy. H. Pope and little son, when the f
t. /i parture. woman, yesterday morning, nominations
with Lowest Price.Ve
/ I Good Bleac iolP:. Inches.. ... .. Sea yard
I I possessing very strong intellectual Lonnie, of Alachua station, who Lonsdale Cambric ............... ...lOc for governor began. Balloting \
".f offer an endless number of powers. She was converted at a +I have been visiting friends here for
.. Flour and Bacon probably began yesterday
are advancing.We
several returned home Mon
*-, very tender age and early in her days, :f
I short sweet life united with the day night. bought ahead and will sell: evening. *

: ? I Baptist Church of Christ, of which Miss Salome York, who was Finest Streaky Sides,per pound. ............. 9c This convention is the greatest

I Stunning she lived a: consistent member, i called to the bedside of her sick .* Smoked Plates,per pound............. tOe political gathering in the history '

I brother A. S. York returned white Butte,per pound.............. ...... 5c
with gentle manners, Christian to Fine' Calumet Hams per pound ....... .. He of Florida. and its delegates have
. Values meekness and self consecration. Alachua Monday, to. resume her

She was a member of the Salem duties as music teacher at that Among Other Bargains are the been., active night and day, takinghardy

In Dry Goods, Notions, Baptist Church of Christ when her I place. Following: a moment for rest. or sleep.
-- -
into : We are glad to see Cleveland
gentle spirit was transported
Peas few bushels left Owing to the editor's absenceour
Clay a ,
Shoes, etc.Ve. show the the celestial church, there for ever Johnson able to be out again aftera readers will kindly excuse lack

i to enjoy the blessed reality of a I protracted attack of rheumatism. yours at $1.20 a bushel
p .I of news and other shortcomings in
J newest colors and shadesin
I G. is at home Block's Sodas and Cakesat
higher worship, in a higher and J. Johnson. Jr., Ginger the TELEGRAPH this week.

Dress Goods, and the better life. after a successful year at the Jasper 5c a pound.

She endured her fatal illness Normal
i prettiest line of White with that Christian fortitude char- C. M. Milliard, of Palatka was equalto I HE. LAGEKGREN,

acteristic of true faith, and expressed here Monday in the interest of the G, L., 4 plugs 25c. -
Goods here.
ever brought her desire to depart and be company in which Zeigler & Zin's Fish wants catching; I am selling !- Land and Engineering f urveylng.

j with Christ. Her end was full of property was insured.A. i. Kirby Fish Hooks at ic a doz. TELEGRAPH OFFICE. STARK

peace and hope, for the Lord giveth S. York, who has been very Nails going at 3c a pound. .- .--

Big his beloved sleep. m, is recovering. +

L 1 he remains were brcughl home Friends of Dennis Kellum regret Arrived Monday, : .

for interment and the funeral ser that he is yet a victim of typhoid Five cases Shoes and three cases ..JN THE FAR SOUTH...

{ ; Reduction vices were conducted by her pas- fever at the home of his sister, Dry Goods, and I am going to sell .
the Mrs. iq Des Moines C
tor at Crosby cemeterY, Mon- Cummings, at such prices that they will almost
e day morning, June 18th, when and Iowa
In of Ladies' Skirts
R where vhat was mortal of her was The following delegates to 'the I take wings and fly away, so i Three Daily

! .: and Shirt Waists. Sailor committed to the. silent tomb, state convention left for Jacksonville i you had better get in line and save Sunday I ct

earth to earth, ashes to ashes and from hete Monday morning: fully 30 cents on the dollar. Great SemiWeeklyNewspapers t .

t Hats at dust to dust! to rest from her John Croft, M L. McKinney, J I I

labors and await the glorious re- L. Hill, G. W. Clyatt of this county -

: surrecljon. and R F. Rogers and Giles HOBSONMerchanUawtey

! ActualT Martin, of Columbia '
:4 : Dearest sister, thou Last left us; .1t.lgj r
Messrs. Zeigler Zin N. Robertsand e
Here thy loss we deeply feel; ,
But 'lis God that bath bereft us- R. R. Richard went to Jack County Treasurer's ReportTo THE FLORIDA. ,

\T ? Cost.We t. He can all our sorrows heal. sonville Monday.The the Hon. Board of. Public .Instruction of

Duncan House his' been Bradford county, Fla.-I, the uudernignttd. TIMES4JNIONCITIZEN '
I Yet,again we hope to meet tliee, ;
Treasurer said belt leave to submit the
: give the whip to pricesto When the day of life is fled. fun of commercial travelers for county for the month ending May Th Florida TimtUnloB(32d year)and the I t
following report
; Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee, Florida Cittien (4th year) were consolidate i
several daysThere 31,1900, on account School Fund. I September 9,1397. This consolidated paper i*I } s
double the speed of Where no farewell tear is shed. read from November to June by people from '
are new baby girls at 1900. r ... .more states than any other paper in the United ii
W F. MALPHURS, May t. To.r.mt.on hand $ 959 99 i State on the day of publication,thereby being < ; y{
each of the homes of F. Bennett
,' sales. J. I May 2 To amt. rec'd of G W alderman I unequaled ai an advertising medium in the < I'
PastorBetter and Faircloth. reel?......... ..... gog 09 South. besides circulating in every nook and
George May t. Toamt. recd of O W Alderman, corner la Florida i ;
Roads. Mrs. Wimberly: of Alachua, polls, rec 17 .......... ........... 11100 JIJA
Way 9. To acme rec'd of J B hiifleld..
.r FARMER & ENSEY BROS. spent a few days with friends here. tax we rvtlrmption.............?__ 513
EDITOR TELEGRAPH-The cry MaTo trot reed of W H Reynolds. THE SEMI-WEEKLY .1 '
for roads is heard this week FC & I'taxes,1m. ................ ... 67143
good everywhere Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones left for May 18. To Unit recd of W H Reynolds, .
,. but good roads properly so ca led .' I 0 T Co .II'I-.9....._. ........... 20 83 TIMES= CITUEN w
LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Jacksonville Tuesday morning, May 21. To amt. recM of W Reynolds,
are very costly and beyond the and Mrs. Jones will further extend A tI R& G taxes, !.99................... 30430 The Semi-Weekly Times-Union and Citizen .' ,
May 21. To amt. rec'dof W H Reynolds. i it I the best semi-weekly paper published in tho I .
of counties in
s means most ours .. Southern States for the low of Jo.
her trip to Virginia, where she will slate 1-mill school tax semiannual. 1115 80 ; price
Read the new advertisement of particular. Yet, while we cannot '
recuperate among relatives during 4097( C2
Hobson, Lawtey. have roads $1.00 PER YEAR.
really good we can the summer. By warrants cashed for- i

; A. E. Moitt's carriage factory is have vastly better roads than we Mrs Giles Martin, ot Traxer! is Oct.1839.3. 410.Bradford Co Rank.......... 700 ca.00NOT. Its State news is fresh and fall; it comprise
telegraphic dispatches from all of the I '
......... parts
if little 00
have 1600
Bi adford Co Ban k
we use a public spirit 472 1
world the hoar of and itiI
to going to
up press
undergoing thorough repairs. A road which visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. hec.5. 524, Bradford Co Bank........... 800! oO I comments upon current events are pointed ;
on a man dependsfor .
-- lout and instructive. Special attention is to
Mrs. J. W. Hodges and children communication is much his T. Futch. Apr 3. 6'5, c B Wilson........... ... 80 00 ,i matters pertaining to the farm and household given
as Messrs Jos. Jones, C. Rivers, h 3. 6.t1. E S Matthews.............. 3 SO s i In all the qualities o! a newspaper for the I
have returned home from Wei- implement as his wagon is, and he .' 3. 6t.18. Bradford ('0 Bank........... 86 4IJ : family circle. and the business man it Is onI < L
Frank Andrews, Dr. Tomlinson, ." 3. 6h9.T A Knhht ................. 20; I surpassed.AGRICULTURAL.
born should see that it is in good con- and Misses Mabel Odom Aura May 8. 699 .tame U'Quiou............. 3" 00 tl.> dition if he himself 8. 70", H H McKae ... ............ 25 00 .
Walter Griffin even must and Georgia King and, Mrs. Onie 8. 701. Wl'Wk. .... ....... l'72' '
one of Hampton's spend a few hours upon it occa 8. 7<.2.1::A Todd .................... 40 59 /
popular young men, was in Pons formed one of Lake Butler'sparties '. 8. 703.J I)HanU.................. Tell
sionally, repairing it and the to Worthington Tuesday.J. 8, ,u-I.I W Filibuster............... 5 70 The Florida farmer and Fruit Grower being r .
town Thursday. 8. 7l6. I.'V Kicklitt-r........... .. 420 I purchased by the Florida Pnbli.bitgCompany '
bridges By encouraging his C. Byrd, W J. Epperson, F '. 8. '7(116. E S Matthews.... .... .. .. 2 Oil 1 has been consolidated with the agricultural! :..
With the neighbors to do likewise, by 8. 707, F G Schf.............. ... 50 "V department of the bemi-Weekly Times-Union ; j
current issue the TEL- get- The old r'
has been
and Citizen. |
G. Schell, Dennis Andrews, Walter 8. '708 8 B Wilson.-............. 30 DO 1 and ample space is name provided In hich retained.to ,( wpresent .
EGRAPH enters upon its twenty- ting the: right man appointed for Townsend and J. J. Jones 8. 709.A Hercules and ass'ts...... 175 W | all the departments of the Farmer and :
............... .. '
of the road hands and 8. 710, B F\\ l"on 400.* Fruit Grower such as "Grove and Orchard.
,_ second year of usefulness. overseer went over to Jacksonville Tuesdayto 8. 711,J WMorean.... ........... 83a "The Pinery/'etc. No pains will be spared '..
by stimulating the supervisor to .. 7.2, Carh.,le Peek.. .... 11 00 i by the publishers to make the combination .. <
Mrs. M. Leviton has returned to take in the convention.Prof. 8. 713.Bradford Co Bank.......... 687 ,1 replete with interest and as valuable to the i 3
interest soil-tiller the old of the
take particular in the road as was journal one
T. P. Maynard has accepted historic landmarks of Florida.With .
Starke after a short visit with her much be done 31. By warrants turned over....... 374 06 the growing interest in Florida '
can everywhere
at Alexanderville Ga. the principal hip of Lake But- 31. By amt to balance............ 87J G40'G > the Semi.:! \\!eekly is I rapidly attaining a ; r
parents The of the road that universal circulation. '
part |
I ea school for the fa1! term, and 61 "'.

Mrs. Limbaugh who has been farm'er's everybody seems pleased. ... ....... JI.JA.J1
31. To amt. on hand. ... 37356: Specimen Copies Free to '
visiting her sister Mrs. J. E. -- ---- any
Fulch of this city, returned her to koep in good condition for his Address. j. l \

home at Montbrook Thursday.H own sake. But often one m list ONCE MORE Notice. JIJlJA I ".., ,,.
!load a wagon very light for the ADDRESS, } -

Norton, a former citizen of sake of being able to pull through Notice is hereby given that I THE FLORIDA f! :

this but lane in front of we call your attention to the have this day sold my grocery bus-
county, now of Baywood, a sandy some certain ,
4 Putnam county, was in town man's place. Such spots area many fine features of the new iness, with all assets and liabilities TIMES-UNION AND CITIZEN ; "

Thursday, attending to business disgrace to those on whose lands of thereto, to Mr I. O Prevatt, who JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
styles will continue the business at the
matters. they occur. Pine straw, S'avings. >
chips, cane bagasse, etc., to be same stand. Bad health has forcedme ,
\ Don't forget to attend seek out-door life. I _. .
"Among found on every farm if strewn MATHUSHEK to a more --- --- '

I the Breakers" Monday night. It over the deep sand, will improvethe wish to thank my regular customers I ; V
\ will be a pleasant entertainment road and so on, ad infinitum. and the public generally for a I PATTERNher .

for a good purpose and well worth kind and liberal patronage, and ( own Mlretionitn. .....el'J'lub""rlltor." Bc,utlfol cotored > -
As the sentiment
is that
long as PIANOS Itihottri"lifd t n a and tlii-M.iitiocf Original. I ti,
the small admission fee. solicit for my successor the same latent.aruKie eiqui.iv and itrliUj up-to-ate d".l oa.
\ =. "what everybody's business is r

C. M. Sparkman & Co's. bar nobody's business" we must always kind treatment they have givenme. 4
Mathushek Piano of oldest son will remain
The My
room is being suffer with bad roads. But
thoroughly over- M5CALcse.
\ assist him
with Mr. Pievatt and
hauled and will have a palatial appearance 'self is the best servant" and no to-day is incomparable from in giving the trade polite and [
is without
when the and progress pubicspirit.
carpenters Mechanically ;
attention. All t
painters have finished their work Let each man do some- many prompt persons treeem.ktng.conomtc., f.ncywork:\boueri.otdhint.. A
The embodi- owing accounts past due will greatly abort atorle.. current topic etc Subscribe to-dar.: '
.. thing for the good of the public perfect. Only 60o.yoarlj. lady ageau wanted. send foe Iertua
Charles Martindale, of this city, roads. Yours for improvement, oblige Mr Prevatt and me by ..
brakeman on the log train running SUBSCRIBER.Ward ment of everything artistic. paying up promptly. Please do !l 1 J r

between Starke and Jacksonville, Mathushek Pianos wear and this, friends. Yours truly,

... received H. F. PHILIPS.
a painful bruise
very on
City. lifetime
); his leg while trying to make a please for a May costa Starke, Fa! May 16, 1900.

I! coupling in Jacksonville Tuesday. The new depot is completed and little more money than many"socalled"
the builders have returned home.
--- Alderman A. E, Moitt owns a
pianos but in the
S. of Starke has ,
Peaches are plentiful and are J. Sternburg, pair of hogs that for size and
now coming into the market, and just been through our town. He end prove by far the cheapest. rapid "
growth are phenomenal. Theyare .
"o'a"le*, ml<*<* tfrl and Uttl ehlktren. That ,
the yield of pears will also be asked questions while here. tain strlt.h"chic"eilect cot attained by th*nt n'.l, k :
the Math fifteen months old and when
As ,
\ a consequence other pattern Bare no equal lor style and perfrF ,
good, notwithstanding the partial Miss Essie Galloway, of Ocala, f
weighed a month tipped the
is friends here ushek Piano is a piano for a ago
I blight. The vines also visiting "
grape scales at 346 and 351 lbs. There F MW CALL :
Rev. A. Pinholster is seriously .
promise a rich yie'd.Mr. J. lifetime and gives satisfaction has been no attempt to fatten the BAZAR ll i
ill again but his friends are i f
and Mrs. W. H. for his I every gay, and therefore theyare animals, only to impart a steady PAITERNSWJ
Anthony hopeful speedy recovery. growth. They are of the O. I. C. [ : ;
tendered their son, Gardiner, a What two young men got their recommended by many ofAmerica's breed. Try

pleasant surprise party at their shirts wet on the way to church Eull put&tovvtbrr. Only 10 and. Ifblahcr ants. eaeb-r.ont 4 b fe
1 greatest pianists. SoIdTa nearly every city..u.o. : y.Gr.. t
home on Walnut street, Thursday Sunday? I The sidewalk from the posloffice .aak for them. AUoluMIjr nrr la* 1I 'r'= '

. evening. There was a large number Mr. Wilson and family, of La- LUDDEN & BATES' S. fl. H. I to the railroad has undergonesome US-1M *THE. t Hall BIcCALL Street, .CO-PASY..A.*.. T>rt Oty> LL__

;, of his young friends present, Crosse, have recently moved here. much needed repairs.
30 East Street,
Fred Ki>nn naDa er Bay
1 'and they passed a pleasant evening Remember the picnic at this Jacksonville, Fla., General Souther Agent Subscribe---for- the TELEGRAPH.- $1.00--'rj. 81.00) ,
: 'with games and music. place next Monday, the 25th inst. Mathuihek Pianos.

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IN .THE ORIENT _;,ter..National: ,Party: ElectsIts Gompers' Plan to Settle St. ,Louis i ---'
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wf Strike Falls Through. ". 'Dr. Porter May R slcn. 'Purchase Wa Illegal. : ;<1 :

In: General Alejandro'RoJriguez. na- Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, Florida's It how develops 'that the Gainesville ,,)j:1

: I I tionalist, was, elected mayor of Ha'vana'In ,state-health :officer,, ia. a-candidate. 'city, council had no '''right, to* purchase/ '::

t Marines Not Sufficient To Protect Saturday's election, polling THE TRANSIT( COMPANY 'DECLINES 'for political..honori'having' ;received the" ,gas plant wIthout first submittingthe ;' ;.

,the nomination from Monroe i
13,073 votesagainst, 6034 cast for county "
t t; : Our Interests,In China. Senor Estrala Mora, independent. .! for membership of the next legisla matter to'the vote of'the.property : i
ture. Oil very hand he 'isreceivfhg owners of ,the city and' 'the' rade'has : 'i
Strikers Declare War Will Now DeWDJ'ed
t:: The total vote fell about 4,509( below
. I the congratulations of his friend*, who been 3t:sl.ired off after having gone i ii i.,
tion. With Boycott aj the : "
( the
believe that mau who has made sucha '
a :
. i CABINET CONSIDERS MATE ERtrmyIn The national party elected its entire Weapon. ; splendid record"in,the high and responsible so far At t)4 need only the'transfer of ':'' ::; ), J'

ticket-eighteen councilmen the treas- position he has occupied for : them make-incomplete. So ,it .;jj

urer, one correctional" judge and three the last twelve years.canno fail to be : mu'- ., taint was heard that the ::;..1' 1

: municipal judges The other correc- War to the knife was 'the slogan quite as ,useful -in >the more limited couivde an investigation and .; .'

the, Philippines May Be tional judgeship fell to an independent adopted by the striking employes' of sphere for'which he has< been,named !found \t' *)n.-municipal! body, accord- :'' 1

Drawn Upon To Help Out the candidate, as did also the fourth the St. Louis Transit Company Satur: In a recent' "''conversatioiv: he:said:-he : ing ic th.ikitsf of 1897, Laws of Flot:1.: ';..
Contingent From Navy.. municipal judgeship. Of the six other had accepted the nomination von*the ida, has no right to engage in'the expenditure ', I

councilmen four are republicans and day. This extreme action was decided condition that it should be tendered I of I ny public money for tbd ;;. :

two nationalists; the latter ran inde when the proposition adopted by the unanimously and that there. .should be I purchase of[$iectrio light'gas,'sewer- .. I

pendently. striking street car men looking to a It age, etc., wit -out the consent of a ma i 4
.. A Washington special says: It ,no opposition from any quarter. .
from of the the holders of said
Reports every part property
under these cdnditiona that it
settlement of the strike turned was WES
seems probable that after all, the was
island go to show that perfect order and nomination is municipality. A committee was. aI'J J:
down by the transit offered as a equivalent -
United States troops in the Philippines prevailed at the polls. company. to election it is pointed .if onfer, with. the owner of '
Samuel Gompers president of the an ; reasonably certain -.
! will be called upon to furnish atontingent To an American observer of the American Federation of Labor, any that he will .represent Monroe th plan ,./. her, attorney, ,and ;statethat :. I

t to assist in the rescue of election it seems as if the people regarded -y\.' honnced that negotiations between the county in the. Florida legislature cf if'sV. would wait until an" expresSion ,. I
the whole matter with absolute of'the people could be obtained,
". the foreign missionaries in China and St. Louis .Transit Company and the '1901. ; .
indifference. There was not I if ,avorable the purchase would be
even a "Monroe has In' _
union looking to settlement of the nothing particularto .
t & the protection of the foreign em- crowd in waiting to hear the result de a ask from .said made, but,'.the :,attorney stated: that '
strike on the basis proposed by the the'next-legislature: .
lassies and clared. Not cheer : >%uld not and the deal
legations.A a was raised nor union in Dr. Porter "and .etJ"orta"in :that tlivy wait, was
meeting vmy
mass Friday were
there of the indica- dec of and the matter closed. ...
great change has come over the were any ordinary off. This announcement was madeat body will be directed, so;far as I'"may .

administration in this regard for as tions of election excitement althougha the conclusion of a conference be able ::[toward a betterment of the -.-.. t I
demonstration in honor of the suc- '? :"'Whose Prisoner I* This
state institutions. luch'al' the tate
: .
between Gombers the
late there firm representing '
as Thursday was a
cessful candidate took place' Saturday union, and President Whitaker and 'a yluttr for the insane "at gbattaboochee j I A perplexity exists: at Pensacola ar

letermination not to go beyond the night. Director McClure representing the ,,and also to do what lean for tb j ,I to.whojpr what authorities should take 'r '

-employment of marine and sailors. The victory of the nationalists is Transit company. Mr. Whitaker said improvement; of the public school-system into custody.,the Italian sailor Kaf- ;

There was still such a purpose when chiefly due to the fact that they were at the conclusion of the conference 'of the-''atat8o I believe there is faelo, arho killed another seaman onboard
first in the field and had' the benefitof for'such improvement ii'ltatian bark 'a few days ago. ,: r
ihe cabinet met Friday morning and that he had no statement to make. an opportunity : '.
a well-disciplined organization.The President Gompers made this statement and I believe that I maybe of use' to The i':for Was shot by'the mortally ",
there is even now a disposition to Associated Press correspondentvisited regarding the failure to reach an the state'in thd d ection." .wou Jod man,,and since has been at : :'
omit the United States forces employ- .
many booths which were clean the hospital: "
'DrY Porter added that he should .
agreement: re- .,
id to the navy if sufficient force can and orderly. There was no confusion The'Italian consul should.. ',
sign "his position state Bays he
"After three hours and a half dis- present :as ;
ae>> secured from that branch of the
and"vot were lined up awaiting their cussion with President Whitaker I health officer as he should consider it take the Lturuerer into custody but ': ;
service. So inquiries are being made turn: The CuL&ns members of the : '
the sheriff who nowhas..charge 'of '
morally that he should fill : ;
am sorry to have to announce that the .
of the legation bureau and in turn of
boards said were conducting the eleo- company has declined to submit the the two positions,even,if it should be : him, refuses to give him'.up. Consul !
'Admiral Remey to to what extent : .
tioVs in exemplary manner.being Caftero : :
au allowed under Jaw i had appealed to his homKov ,
qnestion of re-instatement of the men :?
United States forces in China
die canoe and loos to show their fitness for inde- and the action of '
augmented. It is realized that the to arbitration." A friend who isclosely..connected ernment 'the county; ..
pendence. President Mahon of the Interna- and associated with :Dr.: Porter and authorities is likely to cause international ,
small force now engaged is entirely
Wood received nothing but .
general who has been almost constant complications.
tional Association of AmalgamatedStreet companion -
lisproportionate when compared with satisfactory. accounts from all of .
parts for ten said that if this
Railway Employes when asked year*,
.the foreign contingents to the inter- -
the island the behavior of ,
concerning be tendered it would 1
what his association would do in the resignation I
ests and of the United States. '. ,
duty Aftadl New Bank.
the the elections. Gen- ,
people during "
be with "no string tied it and
premises said to ,
There is reason to believe that the eral Lee General Wilson and Colonel' : On the 26thof May the comptroller ,
that it woulcTbe his farewell to theposition'of II
"This is now a fight to the finish.
has done all it do with
navy can safety .Whiteside, all make similar statements state"health officer'for' he of currency approved the applicationof
President told this after-
r In China at this stage and that Gompers me
ire- .to the effect that the first National Bank of Arcadiato
everything was a
would never'again it
that he to turn the accept if for noother"reason'than.vthat
noon proposed en- .
sonrse must be had to the Al- '
be"' sbbU.hed.
army. model of quietness and order. adverse .criti with 'a capital of
tire of the American Federationof
ready Admiral Remey has indicated : power '
$30,000"Th'! new bank will absorb
cism 'arise to assert
Labor with its membership of might that his res- .
that he cannot spare any more ma.fines the private hank'of'King '& Chollar,
fjgnation h d b en'4given with the
the Transit understanding.that -
.. and he is looking to the navy. 2,000,000 against company ( whiou'was"organized in March, '1808.! :
,3epartmeLt for another battalion to as a direct stab at the vital principles present: position
1\io Cable. From China Are Working; and A few.daye ago the stockholders metand
I' of "unionism. should be restored/ after a time. It I I I
the he has been >
;replace men obliged AU are Gnettlng.Tb.2 / elected .seven directors. Thedirectors
I r declared would mean the Anal loss to the state _
to withdraw from the navaL statit'\ at Commercial Cable Company at "The boycott to be will.ap- once met and elected the ',-
of theom i who had made'the health :
ply not only to the St. Louis Transit
Cavite to Admiral Kempff. It >+ew York sends out the following model for the following officers, President, Ziba: :
department a entire
Is admitted that the cabinet is seriously Company to every person every '
King vice-piesid nt, .Albert Carlton;
notice: business man, association and country, and who has made;its efficiency ; '
considertng the dispatch of troopsto every cashier, C>. C. Chollar;bookkeeper C.
Tien Tain and it is understood that "The Siberian land lines are restored in fact every corporation or individual the downing record of a useful' 'J J. Carl"n. The stock is held by some
inquiries are being made, probably and messages for Japan routed via favoring them in any way. ; oi tF.o wealthiest men in DeSoto county '

:directed to General MbcArthur, as to Northern, 'are now accepted without MOB CHASES A WOMAX. Hammond Gets Life Sentence. 1 I a-d the,bank will be very strong.; + ,, i

the number of troops .that ca:., be restriction. The lines between Mai- Mrs. Eva Doman was roughly The jury in the Tom Hammond r,,. :::: It will pen about the.1st. of August.; '
>d for this and the matchim and Kagan: China are interrupted '
pat emergency handled by a mob'at Marion street and der case at.J Jacksonville the past.., -,
,. possibility of securing transportation ; Broadway Sunday As she alighted returned a verdict of guilty -..it. I I I Ii.. .
for them. "We are advised that telegraphic of the:
from a Transit car she was quicklysurrounded recommendation for mercy.i tion i encampment committee
The troops could' not bo gotten to communication with' Tien Tsin IB to- by-a crowd of girls :who for a'new trial was at once made by boy: .' of trade of,.St., Augustine has* '

Tien Tern in l less than a week. even if tally interrupted. shouted "tcab" at her."'A large throngsoon Hammond's attorneys but was over- received letters .of acceptance from ':i

the order for their employment shouldgo The Western Union Cable Company. joined the girls. Mrs. Domanran ruled by. Judge Call and the yout\! .11 fo, if the six companies which were ._, .. ;

forward;at once. That the crisis issues the following: down several streets with the mob prisoner was sentenced to a life term :',. ."u to participate in 'the"military r!; ;- t '

is by no -means past, but that it is "Telegraphic communication with in hot pursuit and sought refuge in in the state penitentiary. I,I .- .- uipment to be held in the Ancient :;.

on the contrary. rather more acute, Tien Tsin is interrupted." one Joseph Bene's saloon but Bene I!I C:.!. Two of the companies still have 3 -

is evidenced by a cablegram receivedby pushed the woman back into the When it wa made known, through tLe question under consideration. The ,j
The central cable office of the Western
the state department Friday morn- committee has done excellent work in
street. -1 an advertisement that the old ;; : i't
ing from' the United State: consul at Ui... .. -''''n Saturday sent out A woman living over the saloon suc- and ordnance of obsolete pattern guns in arranging for this encampment,. .and :

Tien Tsin, Mr. Ragsdde. He says tire following notice: ceeded in getting MraDoman: to her Fort Marion were to be sold at public has nearly all of the details completed.' F'': .'
that the mobs are in coztr.the: The financial of it is : ;
native "In making connection with this apartments but not before'' both had auction by the government members part satisfactory; r .

city of Tien Tsin, and the author- morning's bulletin reporting the interruption been pelted with mud and stones. Mrs. of the St. Augustine Institute ,of and the committee has enough money :} )

ities do not seem to be able to do anything 'of the Tien Tsin telegraphline Doman was escorted home by a police Science, hoping to retain tiie old in sight to carry on the plans although :f- :i1

: with them. He adds that the officer. The police arrested Bene, 'with any additional subscriptions could be. r : '
we have been advised by the Great relics opened a correspondence ,
foreigners at Tien.Tsin are still xafe. Northern company that there is no charging him with assault and battery. the war department, through Mayor made good use of. In fact everythingis ) '.

Owing to their'atural reluctance to prospect of restoration of Pekin-Tien The chief of detectives sent a cozen of Boyce' and Dr. 'Webb. The result now ready for the troops and the- ): :::..,

-: employ troops save as a last resort and Tsin lines. The Shanghai-Tien Tsin his meu to the neighborhood of Broadway was an order from the department to encampment will be held the first part '4.., ,:t..

the disinclination of the war department line is totally interrupted beyond Bau- and Marion streets later in'the Major Bnffingtbn commandant of the I of July, and will continue for ten J" ,.
; to supply such troops except under to lie in wait for other crowds tl:ys. '
: dan near Tien Tsin, cutting off com- day post, to turn, over,the'uus and a
pressure the officials Friday after- that might attack women. Two detec- i., /
munication to Tien Tsin, Tako and quantity of obsolete projectiles i )

proposition.noon were considering This contemplated an alternative the other stations in the north. The tives employed a woman as a decoy.As Mayor Boyce for the city of fit An- I According to rumor Tampa is likely, h

putting out of commission several of above mentioned places are entirelycut soon as! the woman stepped off the gustine.The t" get rather 'a bad deal, in the matter:; '-Y#1

off telegraphically and messagescan car she was surrounded by a crowd. cf population from the new census.It ",
the big ships attached to AdmiralRemey's
only be forwarded at sender's The detectives used their clubs, doing new Key West directory, published is all on account of the foreign ;
fleet notably the Oregonandthe risk." much damage to the heads of those in by the Maloney Directory Company population. The enumerators were': r. ,
addition of the sailors and
the mob. The crowd soon broke and ; is now being distributed to' its i not selected on account of being : :l I
to Admiral land-
lug eo force. The big ships KempfTs DOERS IN PHILADELPHIA. ran. subscribers in Key :West. It is a IH;'ld-I I linguists but,from.'the fact that they ;: <

carry on an 11R1TISH TROOP DISMISSED. some 400-page volume, fall c' uv-'ul : .'e:3 members of a political party. ;. J.
average, more Ulan 300 men each. Envoy Stop Over to See How a Pre.ldent
information, besides the directory cf They had' great trouble with the sa i
Secretary Root declines to discuss Is Nominated.
Natal Volunteer Are Allowed to Quit the city. The', preface, sta}s that a Spanish-speaking, people being provided r- "'
the military aspect of the situation. While the convention delegates were
Service In South Africa.A careful estimate based upon the with 'no interpreter and'this. } : -
To the he train in
men admitted arriving Philadelphiathe -
newspaper every London special says: There are names contained in the volume intli- made the work very slow, because the. '
that the of the South
Chinese situation three
general representatives -
was some indications that Lord Roberts cries that the city of Key West has enumerators have done the best possible t.,
discussed at the African Messrs. of "
of Fischer
; regular meeting republics considers the war's end in South today a population of about 26,000. under the circumstances,and found, ,< ;:
the cabinet and that Secretary Hay the Orange Free State and C. H. ,
Africa not far distant. One of theseis it hard and disagreeable work all the ';
furnished all the information he had Wessels and A. D. Wolmarans, of the "
the fact that-the.Natal volunteers, The Gem City Guards were. inspected way through. 1
on the subject The secretary was' Transvaal also put in their appear- who had seen hard service were dismissed at their armory,in Palatka the aWhile t' ,,_,: ,
asked,whether it had been decided : ...
finally .
Sir Redvers Bull r Satur past week by, AdjutantGeneral'Houstoun .
to send any troops to China from' ance.Mr.. Weasels, when asked if there the Thursday half bolidat'will t
They were cheered as they left and Major Bradsbaw. General
,- the Philippines, and replied that it was any. significance in the visit at the day. Honstonn expressed himself as ,well not be enforced in St. Augustine' ,

had not. time of the convention said: camp. this summer owing to the fact than;
Another indication is the report cur- pleased with the appearance ,of the .
To a further question as to whether "Not in the least. We had expected two merchants positively refused to. '
rent in authoritatively-informed,military company. the inspection a hop
there was any prospects of such action to have a meeting here but circles in London that a complete was indulged in by a large number, of sign the-petition, still the merchant ,*;
fee said he would not undertake to owing to the convention have given it and their employees will not be entirely &
Guards. the
division of regulars is tv be withdrawn friends of the During .
talk about it. He was willing howsever We here simply observersto deprived'of the recreation :; '
up. are as from General Sutler's army and em- inspecting officers' stay in the city .ac ;
to make the broad general assertion see the manner in which your barked at Durban for China. The they were the guests of the company.The cording to a plan that most of the business r !:
that would be sent for the will work A number .tl
troops to nominations presidency are drawn from India will probably men upon*;: : .
China in case it were found that there made." troops next. foundry department of the of the leading merchants have signified r

was greater necessity for them there go South Florida Foundry and '.Machine their intention'of; giving .hall of their

than in the .Philippines To another We are ready to enter yonr- name GENERAL GORDON INVITED works at Orlando has outgrown its force a-hbliday alternately on Thursday .. "fl

:leading question he said positively on our subscription books. You will quarters and an extension is to be add afternoons; which will 'enable"them ? :'

that so far as he was advised there not miss the small sum necewory la To Attend National Encampment Jf Q.A. to. enjoy the afternoon sports' ,
it in size.
ed to twenty by eixty'feet
was nothing in the present situationin become our easterner. B. Hen In Chicago.CommanderinChief This addition will be' of wood and and pastimes, at least every two weeks., !$

China to call for the immediate dispatch Shaw, representing iron. The increased floor will .!t
of troops,from the Philippines. H'LEAX OFF FOR EUROPE. veterans of the civil war in apace ,. .. ,
be convenience and add to .
,The Chinese:minuter 'showed the the Grand Army of the Republic, has a The secretary of state has issued let-.

: deepest interest in :.the: course 'of the Bnmor. ,Say He Hi.Gare Departure Bryan a Check Before sent a personal invitation to Major the capacity! the plant. tars pattent for the incorporation.of the" .. :' t: .,

United State relative to'they dispatch' General John B. Gordon representingthe Tampa Lumber.Company a;capital -: I :t: A' ;

of troops, but in the absence of advice I ,A New.York dispatch says: JohnR. United Confederate T'eteranto Gainesville has been selected as the of $50,000 to buy, sell and manufacture ,- ;,

;, from',,his government indicating the I McLean.. ,:of Ohio, with his wife and visit Chicago next August as a spoils place for holding \the annual,meetingof for sale all.kinds of"lumber" ".

policy on inch movements he did not I eon, ailed on the Cunard line steam guest of the thirty-fourth. national the Epworth league' which,will convene woods; sub*doors, blinds and..building "41' ,

wish to discuss the effect of the action.Aitrsffu 1, ship Campania Saturday Liverpool. 8l camp ent of the,G. A. R. on June 26, end.continue in.ses :material,;pperaU sawmills, ,ooa-i! ,. ",' .. :..
I When saked as to the truth of the sion for three days. The:;conventionwill dnct'eom nIaeariestrsmrailrosdseta., 'i,. :Y

'. to .Organize. ''Is etory published that he had given a Whitney' Sells Out. consist of BOm.l O or; 20O;delegates ramps and-various other point Ia!'j t:' ;:J r

Native Hawaiians have decided to personal'check to W. J. Bryan to ,be J. K. Haggin has,bought oi 0. .H. from"'-'various .sections-'of-,the i Florida. The inoorpo bars are: Peter! '.- :,:: .,'.:J1, ';.

organize an independent party to op. used, in. the, campain Mr. McLean Whitney his entire stock farm near state and a grand,meeting, ,.'ii sntieipated. -Knight. ,.James T. .Koffett. Emery:, -,,; ,.....t '. .':;, :,'tTr,, .
said that he had
pose_the Republicans and Democrats. not read the story. Lexington, Ky., of 1,230 acres, for C. Lasaeter and Elige:Ho1'eU. .' ,j <. i "";; r
He would
not affirm
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r., STABEE, FLAl-_ .. "': .:' '-', '; Jo-- ?,:' Roberts Surrender Suggested Without That Dishonor Boers, BEGIN WORKThe On Tranpqrt En.,Route to;Manila, s"

,f FRIDAY, JUNE; ,22,. 1900., ? Cause, 'Ten People to Die Tragic. But Proposal Is Refused. Are''Sent to' Taku.FORCE -

'7' Death In New TorE:: t
to a Boer
Lord Roberts, according
It will be a long step forward for Monday
dispatch received in CONSISTS OF UN. REGULARS '
medical Convention at Philadelphia
' science if Professor Schueller to
, from Machadodorp, sent a message
is.correct in his surmise that he LHS Commandant General 'Louis Botha on Organized For Business.

:,, Isolated' the bacillus of cancer. It Jane 13th suggesting disarmamentand Boxer MoY na nt Is Spreading and tb.

j will be a glad day for the world whoa: A Policeman's Herole Work Bares a complimenting the.bravery of the Situation In the Orient.Bfonopollxes

this dreaded disease will, co longer Number Were of Mostly the Inmates Children.-Victims burghers. It was pointed out that CALLED TO ORDER BY HANNA the World' Interest.

find its march unopposed.by. a weapon the surrender would be without dis- .
: honor to'the burghers and would pre- A dispatch received in London
Ten lives were lost and several people vent much suffering. General Botha
National Chairman Makes a Rous-
miles of Tuesday from Shanghai announces-
Thirty overhead
telephone were badly injured during a fire asked for a six days' armistice in orderto
and telegraph wires are to'be pnt underground which almost totally destroyed the confer and consider. Lord Roberts ing Speech-Wolcott Tempo that the United States Iranport Thomas -

,. in Chicago within the next six old five story tenement, 34 Jackson consented to five days. Finally Gen- rary Chairman.A with troops for Manila, was diverted -

months, and an agitatiou Los been eral Botha declined to accept the pro-: at Nagasaki and has arrived at
street, ia New York, at 3 o'clock Fri- renewed.
, and hostilities were
t started to bring down the overhead day morning. The following is a list posal The Boer commandos are retiringon Philadelphia special says: The Taku with 1,200 men.

trolley within the busiue.e part of of the dead: Hiddleburg, followed by the Brit- Republican national convention was The Shanghai correspondent of The-

the city because of the 'frequency of Louis Marion 40 years old; Albert ish cavalry and artillery, occasional called to order at 12:35 o'clock Tues- London Times sent the following t()

- accidents for which. it is hold rc.pon- Marion, 14; Jessie Marion, Ef; Emma shells reaching the rear guards. The day by Senator Mark A. Hanna, of his paper:

sible. Marion, 3; William Cotter, Emma Boers are destroying the bridges and Ohio,chairman of the national com- "The British flag is reported to-
Cotter his wife Mamie Cotter 13 burning the veldt behind them, carry-
; ; have been flying yesterday (Monday)}
The venerable Judge ;Jackson of off and cattle and leaving mittee.
Jacob Cotter, 11; Kate Cotter, 13; ing provisions I ovfcr the south gate of Pekin., This is-
the United States circuit, court at John Cotter, 5. The injured: Mary the country barren. Rev. J. Gray Bolton, of the Hope presumed to indicate -the arrival of

Wheeling, W. Va., expressed a pessimistic Marion, 17; Frank Marion, 12; Margaret Other advices from Machadodorp Presbyterian church of Philadelphia, i Admiral Seymour. The summoning ; -

view of the state of.the pnblic Marion 9; George Cotter, 4 say that the Boers have an abundanceof opened the proceedings with prayer.As of Li Hung Chang to Pekin is regarded

' months; Patrick Burns, 23. arms and ammunition with dyna- the prayer closed, Senator Hanna of front
morals in the as a complete change on'the
charging jury the other
mite and and that they are
r The fire appears to have started in oxen, who had remained standing duringthe part of the Manchus, who have?
day. "My experience on the bend, the rear of the hallway on the second preparing heavy wagon trains for a retreat invocation, adjusted-his eyeglassesand abandoned the hope of opposing the .

he said, "has not been a limited. ore, floor. It had gained great headway to the Lydenburg district, where said in a resonant voice: "

i and I regret to say that crime in. this befoid the people in the house were the chiefs, notwithstanding rumors to "The secretary of the national com- powers.The Hong Kong correspondent of

!- country is on the increase. I am unable awakened by their peril. the contrary, are determined to make mittee will now read the call for the The Times sajs the boxer movement ,

: Patrick Burns appears tohave, been stand. convention." is West rirer. A.
to determine whether it 'Is'a spreading on
result !he Boers continue to work the
the first in the housewh'o: was forward
person As Colonel Dick stepped Tha
: following important dispatch
t of increasing population of the of the fire. He awakenedby Barbeton mines, says a dispatch from
apprised was : call in band, he was given a ripple of has just come from Shanghai:
lowering of the standard of public smoke and gave_ the alarm;to the Lourenzo Marquesand there are eight applause He read the formal call, "SHANGHAI, Jane 19.The Russian
others in Miss: Jordan's carloads of bar gold valued at 5000. .
Mary apart- for
morality. while the vast assemblage fretted relieving force arrived outside of Pekin
ments, where he boarded. All escaped 000 with President Kruger.Mr. the more vital proceedings.At .
this (Tuesday) morning= and immedi-
i The Philadelphia Record says: "As exoept Bnrns,who was severely- ,. injuredby Steyn the Free, in State'his proclamation still free and declaring independent -- the conclusion of the reading ately began to attack the city on two '

an engine of war, the none still keeps flames again Mr. Hanna was the center of at- sides, employing numerous artillery. '
the fact that the "
Policeman Knowles after v
assisting says army
officer's -
tention. He left the presiding
the place he held when the great: poet family to from the third floorof is yet in the field renders Lord Rob- "The force apparently arrived in .
escape table and stepping to the front. of .
nick of time for the Chinese
the assertthat
r of Israel said of him erts' annexation ,
'He international "
: paweth inc the building, mounted one flight contrary to the platform surveyed the sea of faces' the attack legations has- .
the his higher. Flames shot oat of the win law. upon thej t''i "
valleyaud rejoicetlria
strength; and in a clear voice began his speechof been successfully renewed. On the "
the out dows and set fire to hi coat He looked In a dispatch to the war office from \ .
goeth to meet the armed men; welcome. night of June 16 the Chinese '" : ,
r" into the windows of the Cotter Pretoria, dated Monday, Lord Roberta troops ,
: the mocketh at fear, and is not dismayed said that General Baden-Powell "In bidding you welcome, he be- under Generals Tung Fuh Siang and: '
apartments but 'signs'of
could see no
"I also wish to congratulate ,
; he smslleth: the bat life there. The brave policeman, half had just arrived there. gan, you: Tung Ching stacked the legations
the magnificent representation
on ; five .
and set fire build-
on European
tle afar off, the thunder of the captains suffocated by the smoke, continued to "
from the Republican party.
-.;,. and the shouting.' The demand climb the fire- escape until he reachedthe GROWTH OF THE SOUTH. There was a round of applause as the ings.result Nothing except definite thai is' the known Chinese as to- t .' .ad' .

:,, for horses to mount the, ., British top floor. He heard screams com' Mr. Hanna called out the words "Re wore disappointed, although other reports : :;'
.Many New Industries Established Daring ,
ing from the Mnlhaarn apartments and "
cavalry in the war in South Africa is the Put\V"k. publican party. "There was no mis- utterly discredited-by: foreigners; .
locating them assisted the dazed
: likely to take all the Americaa.sur- down the fire sseane. people .. The more important of new indus- take in bringing" the convention to here;>&re that the Chinese, infnriated' J <:
said Mr.. "Here
plus, and raise the price o( the ani- Louis Marcus was $ill d by jump tries reported during the past week include was Philadelphia the cradle, of liberty, the birthplace by massacred Ihj destruction all the of foreigners Taku, have in since Pe-

mals. It is said that $5,0:>0,0..0 will ing from.a window..When the firemen an automatic brake ,company 'in of the republic. Here also had kin." JPOBCBS ;i.,

be expended in the purchase; in this reached the apartments 6f the_family ,Tennessee; brick works in' Alabamaa; the Republican party 'seen' its birth, : POB"KEMPFP-. 1* f:i
three of the facily"wer; dead on the broom in coal and here too '-the center of that j "
of suitable factory North Carolina; was
country, cavalry.horses. z.r .
\ floor and the others unconscious. A Washington special, says: Adju :.
idea the
mines in'Alabama, Texas and West great throbbing protectionof :
In the Cotter room were found Mrs. I American industries." tantGeneralCorbindeclirredpositively..
When Emerson said "Hitch Virginia; cotton mills in Georgia and Tuesday that 80'-far only one regiment, ,'
your Cotter, while a few feet away lay the I North Carolina cotton seed oil mills "We are on the 'eve of another
wagon to a star' he certainly had in body'wf' Mr. Cotter, with'a A dead child be- the Ninth Infantry, had ;been ordered ,_ .
in Alabama Already
Georgia, South Carolinaand great struggle. we are :\
China. l J' -!
from Manila to j
under him. In other
of the
his mind's furnituremover'swagon parts room
our battalions under
> a to form
eye Texas; a crAte and package factory ginning ,
""" which is-
found the members of In addition to the Oregon, ;.
were remaining
gorgeous in red and blue in North Carolina; electric light plantsin the leadership of your great: states- from;
to to '.Taku Hong Kong-
the family. Only two of themMamieand go up
and adorned with battle-scenes Georgia, Louisiana and Tennessee; man, William McKinley. .
paint George, the latter four months old the Buffalo, with three j hundred men 5-; '
fertilizer in South Carolina That the signal for the first
t that harmonize well with the domestic -were alive. When Knowles reached a factory ; was aboard, has been ordered at oncefrom .' .'. J; ';
and the
foundry and machine" shops in 'Ten- convention '
tumult and violence incident to the Marcus apartments flames and Southampton England, to the :
'nHe furnitul'8"'fact broke forth in whirlwind of enthusiasm.
; a r in Arkansas a : .
smoke burst into his face. lithe Philippines, while'he gunboats f _;-
"moving Yes the thnt'earries -
day. van ; glass works in West "Virginia' ; a "
Marietta; ';'
and which admirably
Princeton .
midst of it all, with night gowns ablaze ;:
bathes "I about to give the order for '
the freeman's furniture' factory in.Tennessee'a harness was .
and their hair suited to service in the Pei- <
burning of the
:. :
and those battalions to but interrupted -
saddlery works capital $150,000, move you "
houses is the
new vanguard of '
very children about Ho river above Taku, have been ,
were rushing the room* "
in Texas; a hay press maunfactnry in me, said Mr. Hanna, jocularly for'
American freedom. It under to be : .
symbolizes shrieking in terrible atjCavite :: orders :ready:
agony. '
Tennessee; iron mines Alabama; an and the applause was turned to ;
freedom to come and go; freedom to Mrs. Marcus huddled near the win- Mr. Hanna evoked service at any moment. .: -0\
in- knit- Again
irrigation company. Texas; a laughter. .' '
jThe Seafiro also has bee,held at .
dow. With her bare .
change our homes if lose arms wrapped demonstration when speaking of
even we our ting mill in North Carolina; natural a ,
about her she for the same place ia readiness to'take on :
baby was gasping
freedom and oil in Texas and the approaching campaign, he do- -
rotes; to change our minds, gas companies supplies for the navaal -contingent atTaka.

oar ministers, our milkmen, oar poli- air.Three rushes made into the West Virginia; a palmetto fiber factory clared: -X l'-,'?,
were "And with such leader and sucha -
in'Florida steel'rail= mills in Alabama a
; ;
tics, our neighbors. It was this pad 'flames by the terified women and Mar- If the Princeton and Marietta join'. -
telephone lines in Texas; tobacco factories cause, there is no such word as fail.
lion for "moving on" which .caused' gary, Frank and Mamie were broughtto "in North Carolina and Virginia; As Mr. Hanna closed his speech,' he Admiral Kemp: as seems;wobsble '
Knowles after he had taken the now, he will h!ve at his command amore ;
the tide of emigration to creep westward a wheel factory in Virginia.-Trades- spoke of the sterling service of the '
The blisters and numerous and efficient fleet of -::-
from the fringe of the Atlanticto baby. scars were man (Chattanooga, Tenn.) senator from Colorado, Mr. 'Wolcott, .-
his hands and gunboats adapted to, service on the .t
swelling on arms, but to his and presented him to the
party, '
"where rolls the Oregon" and thin he conquered his agony and finished chairman! Pei-Ho river at far.np as Tien Tsin ;}
"SECRET." as temporary '
subdued a continent to civilization, ex- I his work on the floor by finally carry BBOUKHTOS'S Senator Fairbanks arose and moved than any of the .other''naval powers .

claims the New York Herald. I ing the fainting form of the couragoul that the selection of Senator Wolcottas th'ere represented., __.:;w---"
mother down the fire escape. A few Atlanta Parson Makes Serious Charges the chairman be Secretary of State Hay has been noti-
temporary approved -
moments afterwards the woman died. Against Municipal Officers. and with unanimous voice the fltd by the Russian embassy in Washington :

Japan has lately set an admirable example She had literally sacrificed herself foi Rev. L. G. Broughton, in his pre delegates so voted. that 4,0(10 Russian troops have- .f{

to the aristocratic governmentsof her babies. ben dispatchers from Port Arthur to -r ,
liminary remarks at a revival meetingin When he recalled the history of four '*
Europe. A few weeks ago three Mamie Cotter died as soon as she of administration Taku. .. -. _
Republican .
members of the reduce arrived at the hospital. the auditorium at Piedmont park at CO G1lESS 1''lUY BE CALLED. .
nobility were Atlanta Ga. last afternoon the prosperity which had blessed it, ;,.:
The monetary loss caused by the Sunday A special to the Chicago Tribune- I
to the rank of commoners by order of said: the glorious outcome of the Spanish-

the fire wasins'gnifieant, being estimatedat American war, the campaign of mis- dated Washington, June 19th, 2 a. m., '
Emperor; one of them for dissolute from $500 to $700. "I have a secret to tell, and I ,?
in connection with thePhilippicep.
'. habits, and two others for "the am prepared to prove it. I never told representation says: ,..
which the enemies had
i disordered condition of their house- BROWff LOW WON OUT. anything on the officials of Atlanta butI Persistent rumors are afloat that Ii',
inaugurated and which it had met the "
was ready to Atlanta has not President .
prove. McKinley has decided tor ,
hold affairs, which we is aWay convention broke into
,. presume National RepoMtosm Committee S ttf 'only gone, back on God, but humanity repeatedly ap call an extra session of congress to L .

for saying they are insolvent. the Tennessee Contest. itself is below par in this sin-ridden plause.Mr. deal with the Chinese situation. IT .

The number of those in Great Britain The contest over the delegation at city."Do handshakes. Wolcott from received those about many him hearty and war exists in China, growing out of"the .. .-(.

'' and other countries who disgrace hon- large from Tennessee was taken you know that in the crematory destruction of the United States ;
up then turned to the business of the
orable titles is which M made for the burning of dead, and other legations, it will be .
not small. While the Friday by the Republican national convention the list necessary .
\ horses, cows, dogs, cats and rats, thesanitary announcing long to Bend .
great majority of the British nobility committee in session at Philadelphia.R. of secretaries. more troops to China. '.
S. Sharp chairman of the state men are burning the bodies of Owing to conditions in the Philip- ." '
; reputable There was a momentary lull, and
are men, there is always a committee, being recognizedto human beings? Yes, my fellow citi- pines no more troopscan be with- "
number of those who human bodies after the Mr. Wolcott gazed about the assembly
are most dis' speak for the contestants bearingthe zens, burning and said drawn safely. Therefore, it will require _
creditable to their rank. If now the name of Pension Commissionei medical colleges have got tired chop : authority from congress to fur- .
\\f. "Governor Taylor, of Kentucky, is
government could have the right 'to Evans. ping on them. recognized." nish troop Jt is 'quite certain the

kL degrade them it would be a great advantage Both sides were given time for ar ''Come to the platform, governor, reconvening of congress has been- dis-. t"
Builders In
Master Car eJSon. cussed. .
-' w to the;peerage. In Japan a guments, and a bitter wrangle ensued, they want to see you."called out Mr. '
which necessitated interference by the The thirty-fourth annual conventionof Wolcott. The situation may change at any .

t curious proposition is frequently' made sergeantatarms.The the MasUr Car Builders' Associa- The much discussed man from Ken- moment and the' first i advices from .....

that. peerage should only hold for national committee decided in tion of the United States began at Saratoga tucky moved up the middle aisle to Pekin! will undoubtedly decide whether .

either two or.'at tbe most, three gen- favor of Brownlow's delegation in the N. Y., Monday, with a large at- the platform, receiving a cheer as 601&- the immediate future will bring peaceor J.

i erations. That would greatly lessen contest by a unanimous vote.A tendance. ator Wrlcott advanced to greet him. war.AMERICAN'S.-

chance of:titles There silence the '
the being held by dis- was momentary as
WILL PLEASE X'KINLET. convention waited SOT IN FIGHT. .
olnte young men. The new peerage GIGANTIC MORTGAGE apparently expect- ,. .
ing a speech echoing some of the recent -
.f Japan dates back only to 1867, Seaboard Alr-I.tn Secures Issue of 875- Republicans Will Unanimously Carry OutWishes dramatic incidents Kentucky, London Learns That Our Ua'ineaTook:

when a company of very young men 000,000 Fifty-Tear Bonds. of President. but instead of that, Governor Taylor 3fo Part In 'laka Bombardaent.'I

place themselves at the country's A deed'of trust from the Seaboard A Philadelphia special says The only seconded the nominations of the A London: special iajs: Judging :: -.i

},, helm, and they have been steering her Air-Line railway to the Continental feature fronts the of the Republican situation hosts which at con-the various officials who bad been an- from the. German official dispatches, r' .=..::: :f
Trust Company of Baltimore nounced and this done
; since. was re- left the stage.
:," craft steadily ever The average corded in Port mout Va., Thursday, close of the week's proceedings priorto The nominaiions were made .ut1811i- the American chips took no part in the "

: age of the 56 men who made the present conveying all property of every.description assembling of the convention Is mouse ./, bombardment of.the Taka forts' Sun ,, ',',.
i jio-. 'era in Japan did not greatly exceed of that road to secure the the absolutely unanimous disposition' The call of the roll of the states for day morning. No news has yet beenrecmved .JI

30 :years. issue of $75,000,000 first mortgage to carry out fully the wishes" .of. 'the. the submission of members of the various 'as to the' relief'of the legations -' 4. 1'... .

C' ,1Uty.year.5'per cent bonds. president in everything. committees then began. It proved at Pekin, and Europe's attentionia : t.. Of

: D* JOB- met flu .lte date live The ortgage'was first recorded in The overwhelming'sentiment is that a tedious process. ..' centered far" less oo the overwhelm. :

newspaper..:.one taut' will:keep yo... Petersburg and will be recorded in having served one good term, 'McEin- 'The list of tempora1'1'oftlcer was InK display naforcea'; Taku: '

., posted 4. affair at Bone asa abroad! six 'states Virginia North 'Carolina, ley deserves another,, and" : that good announced, and Representative Cannon than on the fate of I the diplomatic ''

Yon 'will answer the .qawtlwi. affinnattrelr South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and faith and good politics ;demand that of Illinois, 'was ;reeopized' staff, and'sjx hundred'cosmopolitan. _..

M'M .' by te d!.ff .*your ntme-'and 'Florida. The state'tax was'S75OOOand the:wishes of the candidate as nearly move an adjournment until Wednes residents.guarded by aihandful' of'in

L snbierlptlon fortkU paper for a, year the United States infernal revenue as, can ho'aseertained, 'shall. be 'respected. day. r.: ternational marines within* the legation :1.! "
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15 stomach *EInga'are :
t. would send another ultimatum to'the their;distinctionto. ; their.wtaltiftd'posi- many \ >;f.'
There a very old story told of n Boers. MITCHELL'SPrice ;, So : ? :
hostler who for tion. It Is said of. BingYLeopold.ofBelgium '
cheated his,horae economical into the reasons, I ;Sniff Another ultimatum? I don'tknow however, that If be were not persons .:!
split shavings belief that ., what it could have for:an object. King of the Belgians, he would be' a. have hair Ei/:
grass by compel Mrs. ... .
s ing the animal to look through Snif-Why, I thought they king among architects, or among that is :
greenspectacles give that horrid old Paul :-xf
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while at his I .
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alsoi Elated however, that manger.'the beast imited number of days to end the His taste In these'dIreetfons Is probably stubbornand :: '.

finally died as the result of the diet. I war in. more marked than,his taste or dull.It '..-, ."p' .
The 4oley[ boy who TolnntarUy ate ruling for It-is well known that he"de. won't i .1.'-,.' "4'-" i.
Gold Medal Prize Treatise, 25 Cta. tests the ceremonials of royalty, and ''! i
toothpicks for other
pily saved from a reasons like fate, was by hap-I I 865 The Science with of Life, or SeIf.oPrelen&tfon. Is never so happy as when inspecting L row.hat's. ,. -,;...I .
pages engravings, 25 ots.,
and correcting designs for a new building .
operation which
resulted in the ex II ; cloth, full gik tl by mail. A book ;
traction of a pound and a half of pulp I A for million every man. young middle-aged old. I or planning: the laying out of'an the '> wood from his copies sold. AddreMtheTeabody
intestines. As the .
+; dinary boy of eleven is usually satis or Medical, Mass.Institute, the oldest, No.<< and 4 Bulflnch best Institute St., Boston in- 1 Brussels has much cause to be grateful needs help just as -. :>.

fled with everyday food, provided he America. Prospectus Vade Meoum free. I to him in ths'respect, since It<'is !anything else does at '..- .
gets enough of it, the case from sucha Six cte. for postage. Write today for these to the keenness of his eye-f or the beautiful tirpes.-jThe roots require

standpoint worthy of a passing success books. and They happineee.are the keys to health vigor. I In landscape that she owes many feeding. When rh"
reference, says the New York Herald. of her open spaces from which delightful -' "
Thf habit of chewing and swallow 1 I Serious Drawback."The ? |I views of the country can be ob- hair stops ,growing it i.:',
j. :'
In .w ittli-I'qs1 elfcey I{ ot wood to talned. loses
I I salary of the cuar of. Russia amounts to j i i'
'! which heJm JjeenaddicFed< t for months I about 11,000 on hour." 2Oo. The summer palace of the King and : t .
,; ,- "Well. .J.'d bate to have a Job of that Wad.7T ." its lus
was simply pere5ion fat I I Queen of the Belgians Is at Laeken, i
. petite, which, although quite "uocom* "It tied break ay heart to have to lay off a suburb of Brussels. It Is an estateof tYT.It .
mon with male ;youngsters, is not infrequently docked.-Chicago an hour or two .>Ttaea-Uerald.m* day and perhaps get about 300 acres, and the park and looks

seen in the opposite sex grounds plainly show the influence of ded. Mai rIQs

of like tender years. There is in To Cure a Cold In ODe Day. the King's lore.,of horticulture and
both instances a marked nervous per Take LAI.TIYB Bfcovo OUIKIVX TABLTTS. All EYE SALVEAn floriculture. They have been so beau-. .
version of instincts which drnKflsu refund the money if it falls to cure.
the case I u. W.CBOTZ signature is on each box 35: a of the females is generally designated I and delight of his snbJects. The King

as hysterical. The young miss who Expert Opinion."I'm himself superintended the opening of
masticates her slate pencils or bites so glad that the poor fellows at HaCe- every glade and arrangements of acts almost instantly .. '-
,, her nails is a notable example of the king"Yes.have Why been so relieved.?" English scientific Journal speaksof every group of trees. on such hair. It ;

latter type. ecauae now we'll find out what they thinkof a couple of Japanese pigeons, 'one Since the Queen shares with her husband awakens new life in '
We should hardly dare say that DeAler.the starvation. .cure."-Cleveland ,Plain of which- lived thirty-three years, the a great fondness for flowers and'
such manifestations of other twenty-elsrht. the hair bulbs. The
r error of taste since Laekcn is her favorite residence, ,

were evidences of meut&l unsound- .ISI.I ......._ si It Is not surprising that the conservatories effect ,is astonishing. ,'>
ness-although it is notoriously true .. .. there are said to be the finest Your hair becomes .
that the disorder in one shape or. the private conservatories In the world. grows,

other is very prevalent among the in : If you will buy three =S= They were begun tn.1874, and have -,thicker, and all.. I :. ;:
mates of insane asylums. Various been added to from time to time.since.' dandruff removed.
articles, such as chalk;, bits of mortar H -Youth Companion's. And the original :.; ;

c hair, cinders, and even forks andspoons I color, of life is Xi.; .1
are surreptitiously swallowedby Old Cheroots early
\ idiots and mad people. Virginia land "King" of the;N hlL restored to faded or '. ;:::. 1. i

With seemingly rational individuals "Davy" Stephens of Kingston, Ire- gray hair. This is :: r ,
i the! origin of the trouble is not in S BHsl HIM land, claims the proud title of the kingof r .
frequently the stomach itself, which smoke them to-day will the.newsboys. His .claim,is-partly always the case. -} ':, J..

s is often dilated and so disordered in j you get based on the fact that he baa sold news- $1.00.bottle. draztirts. .' ,.

function as to cause a craving for the r the of comfort and 5 papers for fifty-four consecutive :yean, "I have used .Ayer'a Hair Vigor, :-.: .",
sense of comfortable distention, which .,0 greatest amount ; and partly on the fact'tha.t'more fa- and am really astonished at tho ; '

; can only be satisfied by bulky and in- .1_ satisfaction mous, men and ':women have been hair good from it bas coming done in keerlJlgCl1 I. l '
digestible materials. !t. that 5 cents will buy in i among his patrons than any of his best ttmlo I hare tried and I .
shall continue to recommend it to 'I
rivals can, boast. ',Thirtynine"years friends." .:
i j smoke and it three times my. UATTIE HOLT ,
Have Shoes.
r Aijetlc Dogs to Wear a get over ago "Davy" 'was on the /dock when Sept.25,1.8; %. Burlington,N C. 1 '
The idea of a dog wearing shoes is Queen Victoria landed on'her first visit :

generally considered humorous butt 2 You haven't any idea how good they to Ireland, and sold her majesty a paper If ye**o net obtain an the benefits ,
up ins far Northefn country, where : receiving In pay a gold sovereign.On y.oll Ylev.expected write the from Doctor the rise about of U.Dm. the. Hair ',

the ground is covered with icq/and. S are.and cannot have until them. the queen's;visit he was again on .J.C.AYEB,Lowell.Mass. i
snow, and the thermometer from fifty you try hand and again made a sale at the same I'I'I. tb

4'r to sixty degrees below zero, shoes area three instead of *. high figure 'Almost' every great Englishman .
necessity for the dogs. ofthe dog e Try to-day a 5c. cigar. of the last half century has .'!,

y train. bought papers from "Davy" and I'N J.:',
In a recent book' .bou the far J Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this stopped to'chat with'him.DR .L
' North the importance of carrying a tics amt fr7
Ask dealer. Price for Sl
own cents.
It large supply'of shoes for the dogs is .year. your 3 5 I SY HEW DISCOVERT;1'1- I

dwelt upon. .._. ...IS1SI.I.IIIt .. Boo*of_teats c@ quick.nd relief 1O day tad cone'ue.tmwt wontCM fawIYunQ to adeerUsera. :
is liable to Benliei this ts
4t : A dog's foot very injuryon h... :Dr. S. .. flEXU'SIOM.Box a.AUaata,ea LxU-1Th-25 rr
the rough, sharp ice, or nails may
be broken. When'thut injured the Booming Good Roads. .. -

dogs are quite unfitted for work, andepee,1i1f At the recent good roads convention !
let it be known that some at Orlan 'o, Florida, "a general spiritof
thing is wrong. road improvement was reported for .

i ',,r : An experienced dog will stop and Brevard Bradford, Hil1sb oro, Lake RIcH- BUT WRETCHED
refuse to.move until his sore feet are Marion and Polk counties." The factwas '" '.
attended to. brought out that "about two hun- '.
; A little cotton wool, saturated with dred'miles of bicycle paths" are now v I .
balsszn-gum, is fastened over the in use in Orange county alone. And t..
wounded part of the foot then the all the counties named are "thinly I.
dog shoe, which is like A long mitten settled" and have "eaudy roads" and \ Fight on for wealth, old "Money Bags," '"' .

without the thumb, is drawn on the "swampy r'ads" to contend with. ; your liver. is drying up and bowels wear- ,: :"
foot,. and securely fastened with apiece ''
will aloud for
dcerskir. Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease? ing out, someday you cry .

It u:aid that dogs get to be very It is the only cure for Swollen. Smarting, 1 ;'i health, offering all your wealth,, but you ':

fond ..of.,"'these shoes, and sometimes Tired and Bunions., Ach ng,Ask Hot,for Sweating Allen's Feet Foot-Ease, Corns j1 will not get it brrtayou neglected Nature y' .wib .;

resort to queer expedients to get themon. a powder to be shaken Into the shoes. CureSwhile in mad rush to get gold. ,No matter .' .
your .
to i
,They will sometimes pretend you walk. At all Druggists and Shoe
,be very footsore; and if the ai ht be Stores, 2r c. Sample Kent FREE. Address l what you do, or wiiat ails you, to-day is '""4li': I'i.
cold at the they Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. the ; the :' '"
especially campy day-every: day s day-to keep 1t-:
will howl and whine for theD\,inaway Same Old Hat. 1 j/l 4 watch of Nature ants-and help! your '.' .'j. .
that is patheticthough; at times very "Harry don't you think that this is a prettygood ....., & -
laughable. They haw also been maw hat'*I'bought you for 89 cents at the a bowels act regul :1y-CASCARETS will :. k t.

., known to lie down on, their.backs, 'rumage'Yes indeed Bale. ; 111kl'c11& last year when I paid 4 help Nature help you* Neglect means bile ; r't I

.'' and holding up their'four feet howl $3 for it."-Chicago Record. ,______ in the blood, foul breath, and awful pains ; : i!
ing to have their shoes put on. The Best Prescription for CIillls '. ',
in the back of the .head with loathing : :- i
and Fever la a bottle of GKOVB'S TASTELESS : a .
CHILL Toxic. It l& .lmp171ron and quinine in and bad for all that in life. : ;
Meat and Milk of Angora Goats. a tasteless form. No cure-no pay. Price 50c. feeling is good r

,x t .k' The meat of the young Angora A Serious Case. Don't care how rich. or poor you are, you "

r ; wether is said to be delicious. It has "On the dead.1' whispered the palblcian to can't be well .if 'you have bowel trouble, y
r. verison flavor and is not strong and another of his kind; -on the dead,I have hollered .
a ,
, ANew ;I eo loud for the flag these last few months .j; you will\.be regular if you take CASCA- ..
oily like the flesh of most goats. that I don't believe 1'Te got enough voice left
u. Mexico breeder told the writer I I to say *Kot guilty' loud enough to be heard."- / r RT etthemto-day-CASCARET-- .

t that he had it on his table off and on, I i Indianapolis Press. 1 ii' r in metal box; .cost JO cents; .take one, eat r
the round, and preferred it to Have yon ever experienced the joyful ''
year it like and it will work while
already I I 1 of a good ? You will If candy gently {
'I;; the best Southdown mutton. It is sensation appetite
'I Fruttl.I '
; coming into demand among the you chew Adams' Pepsin Tuttt you sleep. Ifcures; that means it strengthens --:$ "-

epicures! of the great cities. Tbe man I I I ""Hurtful Scientific Heights. the muscular walls of the bowels and f, ; rl! .

,! from New Mexico said that althoughthe With milk that will kill cat avid bntur that. life then and that is what want:4<{::$ .
has been called the I I 1 will kill rats,the sd-nvfl; adulteration of fo.d gives them new ; they act regularly naturally; you V :
common goat" p-cducU has reached a high age of e fflciencyMinneapolis it is guaranteed to be found inTHE- rS.. r-;:
"poor m&u's cow, his uncommon ones I I Times.Sweat __
were bad milkers and their.butter was i aelds will not discolor '
indifferent. He WM not aware that i I good fired and fruit with TWHM FADSUUB aria IDEAL LAXATIVE .. MWi: .

any. attempt had ever been made to Bold by all dn1ggUt.LA *
;! w derive cheese from Angora milk, but, 1 n AftU tlon. : : ...
mindful of the fact that the celebrated here Yon war- .II
(anlJrlI1)ok '
Roquefort, Mont d'Or, LA S&ssenage ra"7d Chap this horsto me to be entirely without j&,-A ;. "
and,.Leroux of France and Switzerland fault& and now I! heer)1Y he-ti;aebltndneaa :*..,A* .
said he meant Country hp ( .
are goatproducte. U'.an affltctlon.yuck.FITS >
ain't a fault; -. .
:, to-experiment; in this direction. Contrary .. ; .
('url"! No flu iornerTous- ;:
to experience of the milking first dayV use of Dr. Kline s Great -
nees ; >
quangos of the Angora goat is that ol serve ue' orer.'2 trial bottle and treatise free.IL I
Ltd-.WI Arch St.. WxUa., Pa
the Sonlh Carolinian who wrote: "In lIr. R. KLJNE .

,., a cross I have made with a pure Any The world contaiaeanover.upily of average CANDY CATHARTIC /f", :. :
gora buck and a Maltese ewe I have mtn. ._ .' :
1 raised a doe that will give four quarts Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for chU.1renIftthlnr. -', .
rednoea innamraa- j
a dad of a* good milk as airy cow o'n \ion.allays.softens ratn.Ihe cares gums wtal ooUe:. &C.a bott.e. : ALLDRUGGISTS.. ;: : 1

plantation. The feed. of one of myaowi Scott, writes: "I :
New 25c. 50c. .-- :. _..). i
rx', will keep twelve goats. BBdairfcaMTcure a valuable remedy. '
York Post. Drug gist*sell U.3c- To any wady mortal ouffaleg from bond troii5les and'too pooe to bile. 4SC4RETS.we will laid a boz free. Address 0 :nl'StcrU i

k' r do not believe Plso's Cure for Consumption F. "z Pr HriCfttTiriHrj_ Okiyo a Neiv York,.meafiooiag advut, M anent sad paf- 423JOc. ., ;. ,
/ Bemv'ttfvl. Co on try Cemetery. his an f'q11&1 for coughs QF coldj.-JoHK. <. I
BOTJ Trinity Sptlngs,Ind ,. -.1,
The first of,the largo country peme- ;
t terieVof the United States It; 1 &ted

in Cambridge, Mass., and was form I
: crjy known as'"Sweet Auburn.' It ill Restore those Gray Hairs

:i grounds was consecrated are extensive in 1831 and beautiful and the, :

#t ,L being Laidout Kith great taste .and' ., '.
containing' many fine and costly mono* LaNCfeoIe Res-torer-! a Perfect Dressing and Restorer. Price $ l.OO.
taenU. It baa been commemorated. :. "
t igpp/tryamdstory.' ? .

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1 C8INA ajEFIE5 ;. OE' .WORL "WILL BE BRYAN- EXCHINGNEWS( She drew a dime from' her'i'purse ana

put It between i her 'teeth,' while she-

: .', Result of Various State Conventions crowded back tile contents of the bag

Makes His Noml- FROM CHINA ;and snapped It shut:. '
When the conductor came along she

: tion Certain tookthe coin from ber moath and ex

1 : Her Forces :At:Taku Open Fire on the Combined A Chicago dispatch says: By the I tended to him. .

Action of the Democratic .state conventions i He saw the action, and at once t

j; Fleets of Ot 1 Powers.. California, Missouri, Ken- London Hears That Foreign Le placed a nickel betlr ;n his Ups .Then
he took tie dime anil handed her the
tacky Georgia and Vermont Thursday
.. 'l .
Are DestroyedAND nickel. _
4 ,.'" ".' .' Hon.', William Jennings Bryan is assured gations "A fair exchange 1'D4'amt he,pleasantly e

1. of the nomination,i for,presidenton laid.'r'r .

ACT MEANS. BLOODY WARs been,ordered to,China;,10,000 French the Demoeratfa ticket. The instructions KILLED "Of what?" she haughtily asked.
troops are waiting to embark at Saigon, given '.delegates by those "Of microbes." be rep'JeoVand passed
capital cf French Cochin. China,and Plain. Dealer.
: along.-Cleveland
I five states carri-Mr'Bryan'svote; it is
from to
3,000 5,000 more Russians
: Battleships l "In :Turn: Bombard and I have been ordered from Port ,Arthurto believed, considerably over the two- Reports Are Not Confirmed as the .

Capture. the. Forb=.Two Brit-, Takn. The morning papers consider thirds necessary nominate him. Chinese Empire Is Cut Off Had Been a Va4h Change."W. M
Kansas fan(visiting: east)- HAT i
ish Ships Repoed Sunk that a state of war practically exists From the World.A louol near neighbors now. -
-. ',. and that the issue is between East- HEAD: J COLLISION KrianJWl r.I though*yonr neatest nol J1-
.In,the 'Action. ern and Western civilization. The bor waa twooty miles awar. "
** them. -
To ; bat'O'YO bad a cyclone since
I Times says:that the latest news infin- Occur on A1r-Llne Railroad Six 111 lea dispatch received in London Harlem Ll<.._
l'f finitely increases situation Out From Atlanta.
'' :The. German const) -" LlFoo a already With moment's Saturday from Hong Kong, China, Th. Typewriter Invention.A .
?? sufficiently serious.THE only a' warning Statistician pas prov 4 that the lnv ntloa
= telegraphs Berlin th'boat : :t. a.: 'J:, 2se ,NEWS IN WASHINGTON. glimpse of each other, northboundtrain was to the effect that the Pekia legations of the typvwiiUr nag given employment SOMOUOO

from; Take has bright the have been destroyed and the people.lu'weak VjtaMS'bo IsUa ana to dyspepsia state how It many ba.
; China continues to overshadow national No. ,12,,which left Atlanta Thurs- cases or
following: politics at Washington. The day morning at 7:30 o'clock and the German minister, Baron Von Ketteler, induced.HoUetter's All people tComacb ot eedentaryoccupatloaneed nU en. It belp

"The Chinese-laid torp. -vs: in the nrief cablegram received at the navy Air-Line Belle accommodation crashed has been killed.A nature to bear the strain which ensues from.
wnflneoient and It is von.ierful medicine.No
Takn river and collected *:'"eye j'-'m department Monday from Admiral together on a high embankment on the New York Journal and Advertiser one rellzes tbU more keenly than UM

} ShaD ,Hel EwanV The foreign commanders Remey, in command of the naval Southern railway line, about. sixmiles ... of the same date from Tien man trouble or woman Its who ba been cured. of torn.aoS .
by use.
--- spe-
assembled on tha Ru&&i"i1t forces at Manila, containing information from the city;

t, flagship and addressed 'an lmnto1m to the effect that he had received Two lives paid the penalty of the Tsin says: TCedncingTbe Burplusss. Y'
: official collision. Reuben R. the Boxers control at Tien Tain and Kansas farmer are going to the Paris >
to the commanders of the Taku forces, an report from Commander Mayfield, rxposUlon to be treated for theft prosperity'
.. commanding them to withdraw their. Taussig.that the Chinese fortificationsat veteran engineer of the Belle, and the city officials have been burn Paris can be depended upaa to cure tbern.
.J troops before June 17. the mouth of the Ta'ku river had Benjamin Davis, a white flagman cf a ed at the stake. A great panic Washington Post. .i.

'. "At 1 a. m., June 17, the guns of ,,fired upon the war vessels of the allied freight train but who was on the has arisen among the Chinese.

the fort opened fire, to which':the Russian powers, and had subsequently gar=; Belle the time of the accident, were if --

British, French and '.Javanese rendered occasioned intense -interest' the men killed. COJOTBMATTOX LACKING. Mrs.Pinkham
in diplomatic circles.It No.12' loaded with .
'Wanhip8 replied. The ;bombardment was passengers. The unconfirmed and unofficial rumor -
lasted seven hours. TWQ' ships is difficult to get a precise official Southbound train No. 17, better knownas .
in the river between the ,forts are reported view of.the,status of our. relations the,;u.1ir-Line Belle," which, runs that Baron Yon Ketteler, the Ger-

I !4' to have been sank.; with China since this last news. ,The between Atlanta and Lnla, Ga., usually man minister at Pekin, had been killed .J

. i '_ "The telegraph line and railroad be- conclusion that we are in a state of arrives in the city shortly after 8 soon spread to the diplomatic circles

., tween Tien Tsin and Taku were de- war is emphatically negatived by the o'clock in the morning. It also had a in'-Washfjigton, and caused,great uneasiness -

stroyed. Communication by water is officials best competent to speak. The number of,passengers,on board: as the erroneous'statement The thai ,
also threatened." Chinese minister, Mr. Wn, 'was an A large number of the passengers of goy abroad that the state departmenthad one thing. quail--

early visitor at the state department both trains sustained painful, though received confirmation of the re- lies a person to give advice ?

WAR rHACTICALLY DECLABED.ALondonspecialsays Monday. ,He does not believe that not very serious injuries. Several port. As -s, matter of fact, neither the on any aubfaot Is;. .

: Chinadeclar-I,we are at war with China. He said members of the train crews were hurt. state department nor the Germatu&m "oxpor/onoo exporieno"
ed war against the world when the Ta I there had evidently been a great misunderstanding The two engines were completely bassy knew anything of it. The rumor .

ku forts opened upon the international and was confident if it molished. The baggage cars on each was none the less digq i4': g; ,for creates. knowledge ';
were true that the Taku forts had trail had their front ends battered in
fleet. ; aside from the international see
The Accounts' of what took grave as- No other person has
fired upon the international, it but the ach'es, except fora y
pect of such an act, :Baron Von Ket-
place are still unsatisfactory best was either because the commander of few scratches, remained in,good condition teler intimately known in Washington wide an experience wHh-

: semi-official information being the dispatch the Chinese; forts there, did not understand ; having been first secretary of the female ills nor such a.,. ,

::::. received at Berlin Irvin Che what was wanted, or he had The'accident was due to the.fact German embassy a few years,ago.-:- record of success as
failed to receive proper instructionsfrom that the'engin&er and conductor the Minister Wu, of the Chinese lega- Mrs Pinkham has hadm J>
Foo.The his superior through an error. northbound train were not acquaintedwith .ti
unofficial narratives tion there, called at the :state: department -
coming byway I He had himself received no word of the fact that they should'wait at Friday,.but he declared that he Over a hundred thousand .-, ..,.
.j' of Shanghai, vary widely and bear news from his home government and the Belt junction for the'southbound was without any advice' from hiabwn_ cases como heforai p.-

internal evidence of supplementing will remain in Washington. .until Belle. To explain &.way,the-responsibility governmen her -
eachyear .rOm
the main facts with guess work;. One further developments.At there is a conflict of testimony Some of these came from Iowa the ,. per
-- the:state! department the view between the train dispatcher's office 8ons(1y, tfS by; maN.And
: home of Minister!' Conger and of *""
, : dispatch that the Yorktown *
participated i
.says prevailed that notwithstanding there and D.-G. Owens. the operator who them from friends and relatives cf thtsrmz br n :goingon y

.in the bombardment,. An- i had been a bombardment and that our, was on duty at Belt Junction.. other persons connected the-United : for 2O >'#;?/'/?, efay!after YW

l. other asserts that ,American marines forces were on Chinese soil, still there Owens declares that he was not instructed States legation at Pekin. .Mrs. day'andthiyaterday. 'W

formed half of the storming,force of was not war up to this stage: 'So to hold the northbound train. ,Baldwin sister of Minister Conger, .'

two thousand. '' far the state department .has had no Thomas H. Grant, the dispatcher in- called in person at the department: to Twenty yaass o% con- .
proof that the Chinese government at the Atlanta office, that such orders t
An Associated Press from inquire into the truth of. the story. stant success -- fkflafc of
dispatch Pekin has sanctioned or ordered to the at thejunction. -
I any were sent operator. The department was obliged make "t.I18ll18dl
Che Foo dated aft ., y knowJdge i ithuathe
Monday rr on : attack ron the international column. .
I answer in each case that it had uo
says: I i lor upon the international fleet. It isI news and that it could not confirm'the' S&r&ay Vfpmen -

"The forts on both sides of Tukaar, I i! possible that the Chinese commandantat DEMOCRATS KENTUCKY report It was apparent that the"officials are wise In :;vekftty'ad- ,

now occupied The Chinese ope"-: d fire Taku himself may have revolted did not believe that the United vke from a v/oman. with

unexpectedly The casualties *<. be with his troops and joined the boxers. Name Delegate..Reaffirm Chicago.-Plat States legation bad been burned, and ouch *:.. oxpcrjonc&f 88.aly -

mixed force were as follows: Therefore it cannot be assumed that form,aad Indorse"Bryan. they were only sorry that they could f/ when It Is free

"British, 1; German, 3; Russian, 1 ; we are at 'war until formal assurances The Democrats of Kentucky,met in not make a denial upon authority.It fae \ .

French, 1. Wounded-British, 4; to that c'!ict: has been received from Louisville Thursday to select dele- is said at the state'\-pax: t* ,. 7 #ou&ro HI get bottle .
German, 7, Russian, 45; French I I.I competent authority. I gates from state-at-large to.the na- that'according to the last report there I'I ,
:\ 1'j Secretary Hay was asked if the tional convention at Kansas The c f.ytffa E. PlIIIcbain'sI
Chinese torpedo boats were sei- t1. t City. was at the United States legation besides -
The Shanghai correspondents of the I latent developments had made any meeting was harmonious. throughout. Minister Conger his wife. dsn-jh-; I I Vegetable Compound] ati
Mail change the policy which the United Senator Joe Blackburn read the report unofr-tlisn write Mrs.
Daily ), telegraphing Monday I ter, at least one lady visitor, Secretary i j I
... says I States had adopted toward the Chinese :i! of the committee"on resolutions. of Legation Herbert C. ij,!uires c: fVnftiiajij, Lyn, Mass.l

"The forts began firing in observance trouble. He replied: The report reaffirmed, the Chicago New York; Williim E. Bainbridge of I j!,I __-r-y"_ ,* .
-.- to orders from Pekin, courtv. -I1 "Our nasal forces in that) region I platform and instructed the twenty-six Iowa, the second secretary: Lieutenant f nemlniscent. 4\ t '
in a personal edict of the empn ,s i . dowager advice of Ti : I with the forces of the other powers cote'for Bryan and to vote as a unit on F. V.
by Kang pi" ( Cheshire interpreter. A artlis of July when we were i hddreja.
-- fo" he protection of all American in-, all .
dent of the ministry of war. S, 'eral''Warships questions I :
I together, said Mr. '
tlltbekik M1saf
teeRts.: The national policy was DEPABTMKST Gi C"' L -.._.WLS.Not : : ) .JQ
were struck by shells *- Republican '
\ 1
I I Frisble. .viiu '
the 12-inch guns of the forts. I Owing to the eccentric action of the denounced in 'full, as were separately word of "r'l state : and turpeSipniens .&' .ct';.
i .
.. "The heavy Russian losses were ,*::;* I I telegraph' ,. wires p.nd cables which in- I the ,policy of.imperialism, the Porto department from Minister Co"
to the blowing up of the magaz..d at |! '--j with with Admiral the Kempff commu- I Rican tariff bill;.the maintenance of has now been cut off from oommunication. -i I: ;...;p noW," a&ded 1 31116. somethingFrisble, dei --4. J '; 'I b
Mandshnrn."Four 'r! ; navy deportment an in the Philippines and the I I +
I army
Even the United States ... mrely m'
also wth his < it
hundred Chinese are repo' '. j superior officer, Ad- financial policy Sympathy was expressed u. "t', i'
ed to have been killed. The Chin!: lral Rem y, at Maaik, the navy de- for the two South African re in north China ports were silen '.7 :l 0* '
elgQtj ballsflred battles :
.. irtment may Rive; Admiral Kempffan Trusts denounced. miral has not been heard I only B
; when retreating into the hands .. | iurl". publics. were Eempff from I ne ou toe average hits Us mark. {
the Russian land'forces," !: lent command in the interests- The Democrats of Kentucky were since Thursday. This absent of official I 1I 1-- ; ;
: The Daily,News has the foll-' ;.-' .,; ,;uck! dispatch of business. cpngratnlated for their course in the 1i I : reports has given risetograrcapprehensions. I !.' .. if
... ,
n-pat exists at the & ,
apprehension troubles. The assassination of .
from Che Foo recent ,. ;
a ,
!! .
I ,
"Two of the forts were blow.; -:r. :: rll. y department as to the fate of the Goebel was declared to be the resultof It was expected that there aigia. Lo- l '

The thirty-two warships at Ean *Kf-: ited States marine guard of fifty-six Republican conspiracy and Wil- delay in hearing from Mr. Cnn! ?er, but No Bead, r.ra ever.r'd In soli) sf,-t -'
,. gated 200,03Q: tons and carried uirr. cu which was .landed at Tien Tein liam:; S. Taylor and his official acts in the case of Admiral Keri &a :'i TrahIeed tots eu.pt'OOOD uac." Murt-OOOO j'i
..ad dispatched by rail to Pekin before !i UXK-wM In tile South than til ether br-i a4e cam- .
looked fwi .. 1 ,
than 300 guns. were denounced.The early report was Ills *** : ".. w. tMwpl.r POW.T. Wboh onwMd '("
Powa TUB AOTIOS. I the railroad was interrupted. They following delegates at large feared that the officers or the foreign' Healthful l... that tile ttenc bM"U on rrary cam, lfiiil ; 1
Admira went forward to Pekin under an au- were then unanimously elected: fleet at Taku have been prevented from tdell>"mlOGtlill I.tIUMUIIJGco..l D Oti it' "

s The 'failure of Seymour'aoolmmn thorization granted by the Chinese Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, ex- reaching the cable station there.either : .
and its retreat to Tien Tain increase government to the United States .Governor James B. McCreary, Louis, by the open hostility of the boxers or I .: :' I

) it is presumed the peril of the minister at Pekin in common with McQuown, Charles.B. Poyntz, James by the sinister orders of the Chinese \ \ fo.,,;
legations in Pekin, which is still isolated other ministers to employ a naval F. Gregory, William S. Pryor N. government. rN'r

although Shanghai forwards guard at the Ie;:dio;). Just before W. Utley, 0. W. Bransford. Admiral Kempff has been called : .iU
Chinese rumors that the legationswere the wires from Pekin cut word ;
were After the election of Morton K. upon by direction of the president for l
attacked by mobs who were came that Minister had de- o }
Yontz and N. B. Hayes as presidential an explicit statement of the situationand ;'!
mowed down by machine guns, and tached twenty of these marines from r .
t electors the convention adjourned. his needs. It was for him to saj oJT' .
also that the members of the
legationswere his
legation and placed them as a whether required re-enforcements. Pbrroaram j.oeni5Itaedyootowe. .

massacred. guard at the Methodist compound. Committee to Setify Tonne. If he is cat off from communication t r
The situation at Niu Ohwang is re This is an inolosnre of some ten acres -
government must then DES !
ported critical., The British consul at situated nearly a mile distant from the A Minneapolis dispatch says: M. without waiting much Of Rootbeer :'
Kin Kwang has ordered all foreigners legation, where missionaries and Bingdal, temporary chairman of the wet co.trlboh aeoea b ft thus:
many course in that case it would have .
to leave Hu Ling and Nan King Chang. their families as well as a large number Sioux Falls Populist convention, has ; proceed the theory that additional to a.$ ibw fottlt eaa 'iae. :t .
The action. named the committee to notify Charles upon wrh.M aa.1 prha..eos5
powers us taking prompt of native Christians are believedto ecsAilcst
forces, both ships and M M.Y
Four thousand A. Towne of his nomination for the troops, perhaps
-t I German troops.s have have taken refuge. vice presidency. ia needed. flat..tc..nr,i Lrs as c..

THIRTY-FOUR STATES w acted for 46e Lest -
S sslGag boofc V.r
Colombian AfiE'N'IS' u lJabed.-GO: de. i .
\.> Rtsnlt. However:, Will Not._B. Known +. Goyernment Forces Badly Cotton Aweap''Red need !.. Per Cent Have Pledged Their Votes To W.J. Bryaa, lfv.red>Dy tOo.t .iI
s 1 For a Fo alcht.' Whipped Bj BevolBtlonists. from Last Tear.The A. Candidate For President : ., son' 1 .
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News has been received at Kingston, To nominate a candidate for the Cul.aton.1.139In Jlemphl.,' Ong aggni IA ..
Director Merriam,..of the _census Galveston-Dallas News has pub- sena
t Jamaica;of'a battle which was fought presidency requires two-thirds of l50laon.week. tUG to elO,'oO par.daJ sarw .
the Ja
bureau rat 'Washington, said! Monday June 13 and 14. on the Bejuca plain lished the first of its 1900 series"of votes of the Democratic convention aaaw.ttag slats your.z perirnoe.-it say, .

that tho work of' the census'enumerators and Antom hill, Colombia, betweenthe crop reports,. compiled'' from replies 631. Mr.Bryan, by the favorable action or .J1. NICHOLS : ed.. +

a '\ would not" be known.for. two government forces composed of from'449 correspondents. covering<< 172 of tile convention in Ohio Thursday, .e1.Yl3AVtUB..UdtaUialaG! ; '.. ;

weeks.' Enumerators*re strictly forbidden three battalions.' numbering about counties in Texas. The report shows has 650 votes. He has carried ever AGENTS

.to give ont information.of/any. 1,600 men-and 'a"force'of revolutionists /.' 'decrease in the cotton acreage of 2.8 thingifoie him:shoe IfissaennselisandBhpde I'or Cram'a ':-

t' kind.U®ard.to'their rk.' under General Belaxario Fame. per 'fr.om. last year, due,to..heavy :. ;!Island .J ledoffinthepoeessioa !: Map .r Daff.d lbsalaeatTw..tl.tis.. M'nad Wand..tge.t C early. ,
Theo D" of. laUODm'the It is asserted that 400 soldiers and! 85 rains. -*: 'oftea'j ._,* &s I M4-moat-) a'Ua1 Hap 'ptbl>rauoe: .....' 4

lr: large:::'cities,U prsolj; completed, officers.of the government force were':; ,Imerlean. Paiaten TTln](....... .;delegates to, select i t' cbaakes prfsted OD..Fibs one .tow.h.. :bCIUift It shows&et'rt aU i the: y t.oeat Blur; : .,
? I" bon '
and 10
district that the t chO = $1Lailttx.Also
and fvaboutf; 15,000fnuienUion killed remainder of the Ir -. hirr ibeen.: "po fe4 M fUiished.. government'ArID1.,:.";divided. One .;American ''Painters have received- sr chofOe'of. \ ,f.e-.sate,*ps Ucl..um.TBDJ.aI"'f, 'OiCkNnrag CS n 4is.iWI1&efar STATaiIlri'.rma' ::
The'nnlabbe Rots'/;'sees.received from portion,,'it .appears,' retreated to Eia-'. more ,awards in gold' ,medals at the"Faris Tsntions.tod :hay* w... ant d."CG1ara M otrlai what eee D 6Mr '

ennmenrtora::up tod Uis: about. .89OO ,. prador, on, the Atlantic >aide ,of. the. exposition than competitors; of :bind;,themselves Mead"tilt.to. data .4obic... 8trsaias.Pv3Lnatrd t.: attar 0.- i JO .i\;
;ttr A",' Esphini any other nation saTeTrance. for him. 'Uaffiletadvtuit'tor* reDM I""' W ( : 1.L 1.-

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4a I Q as W. taxes since the publication of the r RD Bright's -d s'ease. -j:

... c2.; F = inquent list need have no uneasiness gravel or other .;
Owner Description of Lan& a 8 gW '
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kidney or bladder "
.. about their property being ,
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c:: c.s: c :: is what thousands .;is
::0 o:. = bi- CD t sav sold on the sale day. The tax doing who do not ,.

m E-c.s. < e E: :sale advertisement is so construct know it. You may be one of them.'i; p

led I that the descriptions cannot be Are you neglecting, that backache 'j I

1 S t. tired-out feeling, dizziness or other .. f:
2 Iflts In CoOksry'e addition toStarke tat en out without great difficultyand ,
bounded on east by symptom of kidney disorder ? The .}
lAnd of 31 I. Johns cOlltb .byMadisnn only the name of the taxpayers ) symptoms of, kidney disease are ; :
"t/'t'.t. writ by land removed from the advertisement many and-peculiar=-baffling even to i
4 of Mrs Man \\"t't"k. north hy z 1
land of (o'1J Hollingsworth aid when the taxes and costs are doctors. ; : ,
hers Nary \V aka, In town "f Here is a simple and sore test ,
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Starke............ ... ..... .. 1491 paid. careful record of each which '*.!
J W Rogerl.... ........... ...... one-hAlf acre Jt10 feet north person who pays is made, and no any one may try : i. ...ru:
a and south 215 tent east and Set aside a bottle of erf ce lor twelve) boars. '. .. '..
west, boundt'1 north hy land property wi 1 be sold which has If a sediment or settling treats it is a Bare I iI,

of I. A sillier, west by land been redeemed by the Do sign of kidney disease. I '
of E A M.r2an. south ant east owner. / Foley' Kidney C='C is absolutely i ,i
by Pine street, In town of of not let the mere of the .
a Starke. . ...... .... .... 9 12HraSOSaunders appearance guaranteed. You ruL no risk. See !4. ;, 'f
.................2acres in southwest c"rn..r ofnwI description of your property alarm j/ that you get Foley,
' Sruke of tiwX. ...in...town.. ....town......of.. 4 50 you. You! will be fully protected.Mr cure. .. t! ,:,\'

BellM-rICer&: Richard.......... Lota a b c, block 2 in Wynn's addllontoStarke. :
: .................. 2 W G. F. Scott and family departed BANNER SALVE heals all hurts but Cupid's'ands.. I ; ::. I
John Parker........... ..... .. .... lot i. blOl'k J Livingston! Truby : : .
i and (.0'8 subdivision of ncf! of Tuesday for Nashville, ___ __ ___ ,
i neX .. ..................... .... 28 6 22: 4.- 9
1 Iota 11 and 1'2: block 11 fetuJJle'J Tenn., where Mr. Scott will take a .
s t addition to Starke ... . .... 1 6- course at the Orrin G. Husband, a former I J. E. Futch, N. V. Hackett, J. .1 1-

1 8 J Temple ..................... c.nelot bounded on south hy\1 university covering citizen! of Starke, but now a pros- G. Alvarez T. :. Bugg, J. W. \ ;
1 I E church parsonage lot. east hy a period of a year probably. The 1
$ land of M 0 Kichard north by perous merchant at Grandin. Put- Andrews, J. P. fiennett; W. H. : : '
absence of himself and
ti church lot. west by temporary;
'.1 Church street in Starke........ 2 R2 family will be much regretted here nam county was a visitor to Rivers. F. R. Morgan, M. L. ( '.. t; i

Joseph Keller.... .. ... ......... 7 acre's in east half of nt-H ofA'"34 Starke Monday, This was Mr I Johns E. E. Ir-btis and George ? t t :
of ne .... ........... ... .. 2'J 6 22 ? 3 00O but a host of friends wish them a .
dale &: WaterB......._.._.... block 14 GlisktllS addition to Husband's first visit to Starke in Dyal, of Starke J. H. Moore, of <; {I

5 Starke.acres in...southeast. ...........corner.........of.. 422i pleasant sojourn in Nashville.Mrs. nearly two years, and he was sur- Theressa, .and H. C. Ryals, of } ;\- "*f

.4 tofse.l< .... .................. 2'J 6 22 5 162 Alice Hilliard returned to prised to note the various improve-J Sampson, left for the state con- [I ;,) ffvention ,L
B R W'ltkovskl ................... that part 01 210 feet square,
4 bounded north by land of R Savannah Tuesday after a fewdays' ments made in town on the morning train 1 "

.1 west Tbomall by, east land b\of Thomas J L Gs1'kins.street, visit with her sisters, Mesds. !. absence. I Tuesday. 't

..................... .29 6 22 252 r
.. netof sel( J f L. Gaskins and F. B. Lane in
l Unknown ... .... ........... 4lots 210 feet north and south Walter Peterson went to Savan j The crops although late, are. '
and JO' feet east and w..t in this: city. nah Tuesday. generally looking well.PROFESSIONAL 1:
r;: lIOu.bea1't corner of eel\( of sey4 31 6 ;; X 118 :
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Andrew Florpus.... ........ .e".C n."ofnp 'a .
James Johnson ...... .. ...... south half of soutb half of nwy4 of :
nw.l .... .... .... .... ....... .... 81 8 22 10 2as IIIi CARDS. ; ..
-rf(':h Robttrt<< &: Co............... aw34 ..fnf'4.! ... ........ .. ....... 3J 6 oRl 9i .. ...ij
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UDmoWJ:............ .... ..... se3lofse of ..outh half ')( nw.\\( 4 5 .
lswX.................. ........ .... 31 6 22 ro 248 ::I a C. WILLS M. D., ; I II
..... 3 acres in SW orn..r of v.-X of (2 .; E"' JOHN p
-': swi( of nwi( .. ............... 3i 6 22 3 2 49Unknown. Owner. Description of Land.. ( -I .
(. ..... .. .... .......... IIPy4 of set/....... ................8:1. iu: 6 22 40 1 .eo r.l 03..: I I '
;i. Ruby Lathrope. ... . ...._... nf ofnwy4of sw\( ............... 3.1 1\ Y2 2J'I _, 2 PHYSICIAN AM SURGEON. : t f
Cb II Dor-att.... ............. .... t' of sr33". ... ........ .. 6 22 toO 3 It2 S '
::. E E Bradley........... ..... .... 2 acres in a "square in nw corner ? g c S E DISEASES OF WOMEN AND O&'TETRIt.'S A :
of n".I' 01 ae4.! ..........:."... .. 8'22 2 I lg' ri E' x < <
c' ED Jtoere......................... lie.\\( of swt'.... ... ...... !\ 85. 6 2'1'. 3.'.! SPECIALTY. i. ....
Mrs Armlitrong... ............... south half of nw4 and port; haltS :
..' of "...I ........ ...........; 85 6 22 160. nX of nwi$ of nw*\ ... .... ... 25 8 23 20 88 Office with the Surke Drug Co. ; 1
F MIers.... ..... ... ......_... about 20 acre..btinningatl'rth.. Chas Roberts and Co.............. sw* ......... ............... 2d R 33 160 2 53 ...
.i1 west cornerof cast half of nw.itectlon Susan L Alderman... ... ........ wX of lot 2...... ... ......... .... 35 8 23 20 131 STARKE, FLA. .

i 35. theme west to nw.l ADDITIONAL. .

:(, 30 corner and two of IIMld third section yards east"IUtll to Mrs Avey Stilley .................. 3 lots. 157 ft n ands, 35ft e and w, J. H. COLSON, BI. I)., t: ;
first mentioned' tract thence bounded e and H by lands of .
'i north to beKlnlling.... ...... 35 6 2: 20 354RV Sophia O Saunders u andw !'
4 1' t4.wls.... .... .... .... ..... nX or ne 4....,.. ........ ........ 10 1 19 80 2 HI.KFOsteen. by lands formerly owned by PHYSICIAN AND -
..... ........ .........syofnel.i..... ... .. 4 7 21 80 54i Louis WitkovMki. in Starke. SURGEON,
a Ghee Roberta.t:: Co.... .... .... nt'.it ofnt'.I and nil' ( of uwy4.. 4 1 20 tI.I' 1 9C'I taxes for 1838 ........ .... .... 730Q i.t
ADdr..w........ .. .. 8X of lot 4_................ ......... 6 1 :A> 40 4 37t WALDO FLA.
t J H Johns. ................. lot 5........... ...... .. 6 1 20! 80 A J4 n W. ALDERMAN, Tax Collector Bradford County. 1 l

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4 Cb.lRobt'rta&Co ............... lots 3.4.5fJ..8......... ......... 7 .! b9 M. GO11NTO,
P..Turk.. ..... .... ....... 1 acre In ioutiouthwest corner of D .
M' ....a- t. sex\ of sr34.... .... .......... IS 'l 20 1 2 84 NOTICE.To }
.Unknown....... .........;::: ,-pwaof nek aneastosego3
: "'4teif ... .... JO 7 20 60 204 ATTORNEY-AT-LA !
cbu Roberts: CO .;..... ... ...'t"...11w34 of nii\ :.: .. ....:........ 14 20 40 \17V THE TAX PAYERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: r: I t4
y J \ IIloore... .. .,..... .... 8w54 or S\orX.......... .. ...... Ja ? 20 40 4 Iii COMMERCIAL PRACTICE A SPECIALTY. ;
).. J WMoore.... ....ri... ...........se3tofee34 h'2acres........._ 16 7 20 &I 131Fla Every tax payer is requested to read carefully the foregoing ad-
t baud and Jlurtgage Co.. ... neXof nw.\\( ....__......... .. 20 20 40 131 STARKE. FLA.
.JW bloore.......: ....;-...._.._. eat half ot ne34 of oe le sG vertisement of tax sale, and if lands upon which the taxes have been 1 i iJ ir
': t acres ...... ............ 21 7 20 14 248JWlloonl.
I'k 1 ....... .... ............ :: wt4 01 uwi( less I3 acres.... .. 22 7 20 2:1!: 31.16UnknowD. paid ate found to be advertised the owner of such property will kindly '
"+ .........'._... ... .... .w\.1ofn..I .. ......_.........::: 2J; 7 20 40 131 E. FLITCH ,
Miu'h.ll H.II..lo- ........ ... iSo? north end of fleX ofne.\\( .... 2-1 1 20! 15 13<1 notify me and I will stop the sale of the same at my expense. I
Wallace MIlIs.2.__............. west half of taw34 and nw14 of I r 1
\ ..... 25 7 2J, 120 959 G.V.. ALDERMAN,
FR Morgan..r.. ...._.... Ae B .1. anct b."subdirision'oflot ATTOllNhiATLAW.Office : 1
JL block U town of Sampson Tax Collector Bradford County + 1

x City.. ........ ..... ...... 154J I' in Bank! Bu.t'!'ttrr. Stark, Fla 1 =
S Thomas..uhdivi.lon of A find Blot 13 .
block 12 town of Sampson City 4 21 6 30 : .-
2 R C Heiberger.... ... ... .. ee;; et..I Y........................ 8 21 40 I 81Unknown. Would not Suffer so Again far Fifty 1 ;'
.... ..... ... .. .. east hall of sell and nr.'l of I :' Tn m i tau d T HOS. E.-BUGG, : : r
ti I\t' .............. ............ .. 9 7 21 123 33 Times its Price.I L .
1'1 lira 0 Delu'er . ..... ... "w.'! f\t se. .. ................. JI 7 21 40 132Unk' \ L .. AI. .
own........ ........etorllw? of r."'( .... .. .... J1 7 21 20 1'1PIIOIt \ awoke last night with severe o UW .'
Kite To'" .... .. t''4 oC ewY .. .......... .... ....... U r 21 40 453huRoberl. 4t'CV W LJ0 ATTOHXEYATLAW.Corner : '
;, <, and."+. .. ... "..ltof..,, t .... .... ... .. .. 11 7 21 40 9. pains in my stomach. I never felt L1 I
tt H Baller., .... K. of IIW;( .'... III 7 21 40' 1 91TA1lnlght in all life. When I I o : .
.. .. .... S so badly my '
: .. west t'.lf ow:' leas acrrs'In H Cherr and Jackson Street*. Surke ;
nhrast rorJj"r of n"% of came down to work this morningI .... ; .
i wa; ......... ........ .. ID 7 21 .5 4t5CDaa 0 tI'H. ....
Roberts rn" .... p"fSt"\anfI.1.\ .. .. ........ 20 7 2J 20 tk felt so weak I could hardly workI J(3 0. P. J. T. HTIL.LH A. V. LONG.j' .
1' .iat.'ob Rha4n;... ............ si( of self fJf nw 1i.... .... ..:: 21 7 n 20 2 {IC'hPI -,! went to Miller & McCurdys UJ : 1 .: a
Roberts and Cu__.. .. ...._. .. .."of n44 1&' .1.wof =..'( .... 7 21 80 I 411 .. =osi H c3 '
; I Uaknown.'wit- ... ............ rn\ ot\.1t 1t'1IK 4lU.n-In lIOuth. I'i drug: store and they recommendedChamberlain's f.--/ ILLL() G, j r .::.
; l.. '\JI.t'8LCo'ner... ......... .. ..... 3i ':' 2tti 36 461 bxiiI 0 ,
4 W JBorn...... . .... .. ...... 1'4c.t n..4.! .... ..... ... 36 1 21 40 14. Colic, Cholera and I '-r4 b.: &_. rIJ
I. Unk\.bwn. . ..... se 1'' ofnw-, .... '0-" ':":::" 36 7 2J 40 1 6.Mor Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked AL4 L.a =- A- 'raU ErS.A1'.A\V. ;: ..
Qan1m.tHilrl.. ............ se'4ofnw.( .....................:: 2 '; l 40 IU I 'o fI1 eI I. 1 '
A J Rifler.. .... ...... .... ne64\ of nw'4....... ... .... .... 2 7 131 like magic and one dose fixed me s"'oI Office P ..... .;
UnltMW11. ....... ................ wXornw.\a\ .... .. ........ 3 ,'j. 2:: /iIJ 2 J$ finest ; I in : 's Buildins, Siarke. Flat 1 1I
\ "lilJellM' and.Itiohard.... ...... nw.\\( of 1I\\.I( .... ..... ........ C' 2. 40 13lA ; all right. It certainly is the I n oa : f
();jae Jr......... ..... ... De j Or8W an.I foX cf lIw.IC oi: thing I ever used for stomach c & F"z \ -- ----=- j
.y"' rwlall.IItXfSt'.l: .!y ... 7 1 22 68 50 8 =s : = rn w F.iAL: NOT'ICES-- ,, ...
.w. eiof n'.I( vt sW>... .... .. .. K 7 n 20! 30-1 trouble. I shall not be without it M ea a ..gI I -- ,
James Clark.........:..::';...... a oNt of nt',1( 01 aw,4 and south for I shouldnot .a:: .: !
in home hereafter
1),1t "f a wl( of ne( 0' my 00W A
oY I1wH. w .llIlhll rator's Notice. .
I f... JU J a..rp.... ... ......... .. 8 TJ It 158'T care to endure the sufferingsof =I ,.:: x..u6p" .A N :. ;
JA 3ohneou.r ......._........ WeStb.tlf c-f nw3fof neX ,. a ..: /
., last for fifty timesits n .y given that all persons in- I \j
and again \"OT.
: a"r nX Of :1\\)4: or nw night &
le..s 3 acres........ .. 8 1 M ;31 2 78L O J-t F-4 : >:'.. "'state of S. D. Hayes deceased I 'i
1 &cn price.-G. H. Wilson, liveryman E J I late -i. J (county will pay the same
: corner tree, <
0 f s,,it. nut cheat' .. ... ........ .. 8 '-n 1 1 7U Burgettstown Washingtonco. K1:: to the undir-c:>'t. without dt-Iaj;"and all persons I
.' )lrIIFL Uchols.. .. .... .......... esst FaL of nwlt" and ue34 of SPARK ; .*.t :'.15 against said estate must :
;) 8.1 ... ...................._. \I 7 120 3 36 ., Pa. This 'remedy is for sale = Aa :t1 -!It. ".>. authenticated, within two
.... ....... .. 7 21 40 1:11 .gars. 'rthati t"i > will be plead in bar of their ,
Rufus 31 I Choate se4 't1'1( ... .. ........ ...... 10 <$ P:: "
Unknown.._......... .... ......... nw'ofnrX.; ... . .. ... .. JO .7'. 2210, J12 by }. L. Gaskins. : 1 A recoT:.;
........ .... .... ...... ... n$4osw.". .. .. .............:.... 10' '0.'' '0 132 C. D. DOOLITTLE. .
'\FI.aMcy ... ............ ...... St' 4t of se4 of nw'. asrl4of .. nX 0( A Card of Thanks.I T < M:y 4, "XO.( Admiiitstrator.pix '
nwI(.... ........... . 1 7 22 30 3.0 I v '4 f
,. Bent FJones.............. ...... south part of swy of swX And wish to that I feel under r.oe t-'i ..
1 w all of swl( of self asst of rail1.. say ..Yy "'t .
l .. road........ ... ... .._ H'" 2:) at 719'OknOwn. lasting: obligations for what Chamberlain's =L Ei Application For Tax Deed.
1 L .......... .. .............19 acres In nwof n wk.\ ". :: .. 11 7 2j lIS 91 e x .8. a.
Cough Remedy has done OFFICE!: OF ('LIIt!: or CIRCUIT Cora ,
} 1 Ga State Building and Loan Assn. beginning at southeast corner of : County of Bradford, Florida. i '
north half of nwV of sw!% of for.our family.Ve have used it To L. J. Brooks.WHEREA& t'l .
? swii section 20 and running Q J. D. Gainey has presented :
of coughs lung 1-1
i wr.-t 415 feet to a point of begin-' in so many cases .ter I l to me Tax Certificate No. 76. sale of 8U8. covering :
; nwiu, thence, north 210 feet. trouble and whooping cough, andit p-4 .== the following land in said county of Bradford 0 r. ,_
west SS) feet south -ilO feet, to-wit
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I east 85 feet to has always given the most perfect ;.
: in
I nw3i of swV .......beginning.............. ... QE: : 1Notice :: LF" I 1 I Swli ofXWjtf and XW( of SW)( of Sec. 10, :
J J M Lee........ ... .............. east Gulf of ne 4 of nw* and wj 460 satisfaction, we feel greatly ::;: J '-' I Tp 8 I t>.. Range 19 E., W! acre, ., I '.

:. nwlf nf nnli'of mvi4..... .. .... 30 ..., indebted to the manufacturers of and upon said certificate baa demanded from me : '
Unknown............ ...........42 acres in southeast corner of1neJtofnwjf tO! ----------------- a tax deed to said land. '
\ ......... . .. .. '' .. this remedy and wish them to accept Therefore take notice that tier the expiration : t
1 ; ...... ... ............. ._.. .. 21 : 1 100 of .
H Jarrett : 8w% of nwV4! .... .. ... .. 22 40 ., thirty day from the date of this notice, unless
Mrs :Martha Wigtfns......__..... 5 acres in northeast corner of 43 our hearty thanks.-Respect- of Dissolution. you shall hat'e redeemed said land in accordance :
seMof nel!* ............ ..... L'S 7 5 Mrs. S. Doty Des Moines, with law it la my intention' to issue a tax deed :
ne l. ....._...... ..... ...... .11of 4. nw}.: and eH of swVand :iO 7 40 148 Iowa. Sold by J. L Gaskins. existing between Dr N. W. Francis curdance with the provision of chapter 4974, :
sci of netf\ and nw>4 of and A. Hutson. of the city of Starke LaW of Florida. '

.I .. ."....... .. .".' of and state of Florida under the firm name of Dated June.. J900.
.. ... .....................w"ofIlt'Ja.; ......... "...".".. JS ; ) 160 515 FOR SALE-First mortgage I I Francis& Hutson. was dissolved: by mutual con W. T. WEEKS, Clerk Ct COt
.... .... .. .... ..... 'Z so 2 .0 4th of 1900. r.
H Norton 10 acres commencing; at northeast $600, payable in instalments of I I sent on thr day June. 8 By W. E.11'AI.\RIGHT, D. C.
corner of swu of nefc and All debts owing to the said partnership' are to .
Pinning south 210 yards north $100 each on November ist of each be received by the' said Dr. N.V.. Francis and
210 yards east 210 yards interest all demands on the' Raid partnership are to be
... to
with cent.
7 beginning... .............. 35 .. 2! 10 year, ten per presented to h'- for payment.DR. .
1 Mrs Martha Wiggins.. .-..._.... 5a res commencing; nt northeast 268 secured upon dwelling: in Starke. X. W. FRANCIS ...
J corner of Re u of neJ4 and rllo.T W. A. HUTSOX.Starke. : .
T s J ning south 105 yards, west 210 Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH Fla.,June 5.1VO. ;
yards, north 105 yards, 64t
east to office Starke.Jetrj. COFFINS
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']: Unknown....... ......... ........ wl4! of nw\( except 2 acres in 7 22 5as 204 :

southwest corner' ... ........... z
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M J It r.:I nllOn........ ......... .. 8eVofnw 4.................. .... i 8 :22: 40 977 14a r Skin Diseases. ,tt
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) M J Brinson... ............... 5JM/'t'St.'OlI1I11encingatl\Outhwt'Nt
and & full line of $l
corner of sw}j of ne'i and ;
...... 112 running yards.north south-JSn:5)yards yards, west112yardstobeginning. east ,'S For the speedy and permanent cure of UNDERTAKERS' ? '. ; -.

tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham-
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-Clian Roberts and Co.... .. ...... IIW.I( of nwM.... ............ :::" 2 2 8 8 2as: 40 5 214 1 04 berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is SUPPLIES : art
Chas Robert and Co ... ... .. s3 of ne.Y of neH' :; without It \ '
.. .. Cuas Roberts and Co........ .... west ha'f of neJ4 and setf\ of neii; 3 5 tI 2 so1JJ 20 1M 73 I 5EEDSa.iI ing and an equal. almost relieves the itch hand. The best j. "
wX of swi V of sw* ..,...... 5 8 ; :; 14 smarting instantly and Always on
O Brown trustee.... ....... .. sof sc* ........ ..... ..... ? 8 set 79 I its continued use effects a permanentcure. .
R J I' nc .. .. ..... sXofnwU;...... . ............'.. i3 8 SI 240 161 grow paying crop* becMM they're It also cures itch, barber's itch service at the lowest i .; ..ysprices. :.
lehn Lewis....... ............... voMl / .
e eX of bw34..... ............ 12 tI 22 240 fresh and always tAs KM t. For scald head I I Y :
..... sore nipples itching piles, '
sw.1t. ..
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Cnknowa; .. ......... .. .. .. 14 8 22 160 392 I I .
: .. ..8eK of set and Hw. of IIt'I* sale everywhere. Refuse BubaUtnUw. j chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and : : :
and Del( ofnwi( east of county Stick to Prry' S fdm and prosper. I granulated lids. Special attention Telegraph Orders ?! : .s.... ..iJ
ltne. J '
F t W &LIlt hart........... ...... .... lot! 2."i"Tand"nVof'iot"i.and 17 8 2: GO 233 1900 Seed Annual free. Write for it. | I Q. C. lIVINOSTON. : I

swlf ose8 .... ...... .,. .... 22S 22 216 941 D. M. FERRY CO.. Mrott. Mick j 1 1Y 1t Dr. Cadj'g Condition Powders for :]

TcnrMJtchell.. .. .....:' ......... ne.ouff sit "of. o4..........................t. 25 8 8 ZJ 22: 30 40 V 497 M horses andrermifuge.are the best Price.tonic 25cents.blood purifier Soldt& i i.' ., if,d

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LOCALi1APPENING8 Miss Ethel Sternberg entertain-j o Ci fl1P141 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 1 11 .

ed a few of her friends Tuesday E .
-- evening.
" Best creamery butter '':f'pt on
ice at G C. Livingston The attention of butter consumers -
I Solve the Servant I
1 I ic directed to the fact that G.
O. C. and H. S '. rocs of C Livingston keens first-class

, Waldo were visitors to .: irkeMonday. creamery butter on ice. C

I Girl Question
Backache should never be neg-
Cycling has its ups and downs lected. It means kidney disorder s -

After: the downs, u-> }Panne Salve which, if allowed to run too long,
C if you're cut or bruised.; If heals may result in Bright's disease, dia- I by putting a Wickless Oil Stove; in the kitchen.

'. t the hurt quickly. J. L. Gaskins.t betes or other serious and often You can keep a girl then. No fire to build in r

... ----.. fetal complaints. Foley Kidney .- the morning. No wood to chop. No coal to
Dr. and Wills
Mrs. J. C. visited
a Cure makes the kidneys well. Take carry. No ashes to worry about. No soot on
Jacksonville the first of the
week. : part I nothing else. J. L Gaskins.. pans. It makes play of housework. The
Small in size A ,jr.d'fr" at in re W. J. Baxter, a leading citizenof r

. suIts are DeWItt's. little Early the Brooker section, called on Blue 4

.1 Risers, the famous Tie pills that the order TELEGRAPH his paper man continued.Tuesday Mr to E II W. kl ess Flame

cleanse the liver&rj Bowels; J. L. R
Gaskins. Baxter suffers from a painful swelling ;

Ie _.-...: on his right arm.
)a W. J. Griffin, o'v River, was OIIStaveis
11 transacting bush Starke For two years Ira W. Kelley, of
< Tuesday. Vansfield, Pa., was in poor healthon

-- account of kidney trouble He doing more to make housekeeping easy than 5 ;e
Our customers v .3h;. e dressed consulted several :'physicians and any other stove in existence. Absolutely safe.

chickens to keep osr night may spent considerable money for medicines -
a Burns ordinary kerosene oil. Bakes, broils, boils,
use our refrigerator .or that pur without obtaining relief un-
-does that other
roasts, toasts- anything stove
pose. S. L. Kramer & Co. til he tried Foley's Kidney Cure any
will do, and many things that most stoves can't I
and now writes ''! desire to add
A fatal policy is to neglect a that it be the do. Sold wherever stoves are sold. If your dealer 4 ;
my may
, backache or other sign of kidney cause of aiding others." J. L. does not have it, write to ?
trouble. Foley's Kidney Cure is a
.eai f sure remedy for Bright's disease, Gaskins. E. STANDARD COMPANY., 3

diabetes, and gravel. J. L. Gas- Unless food is digested' quicklyit wwwwwwww "WWWWWWWWWW
st i kins. will ferment and irritate the
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stomach. After each meal take a
)f J. M. Wolfenden the genial
teaspoonful of Kodol DyspepsiaCure WITH THE MILITIA. A Night of Terror. THE STARKE FIBRE COMPANY/'
mill man of Sampson C /, was in #- __ ___ I
It what eat -
re t)wn Tuesday. digests you "Awful.anxiety was felt for the
PO -- .---- and will allow you to eat all you Adjutant-General Patrick Houston widow cf the brave General Burn-I A New Industry Successfully Startedin
so All who suffer from p./'es will be/ need of what you like. It never Inspects the Guards. ham of Machias, Me., when the this City.

glad to learn that DeV/itt's Witch fails to cure the worst cases of The Bradford County Guards doctors said shecould snot live The proposed palmetto fibre fac,

A Hazel Salve will) give them instant dyspepsia. It is pleasant to takeJ. were inspected last Saturday by I till morning" writes Mrs S. H. tory, mention of which was made>,

and permanent relief. It will cure L. Gaskins. Adjutant-General Patrick Hous- Lincoln, who attended her that in the TELEGRAPH a short time i'

l.f eczema and all skin eases. Beware J H Wilson, of Ward City, ton. The adjutant; general arri- fearful night. "All thought that ('I ago, is noa reality, and the

fie i of counterfeit; J. L. Gas- was a pleasant caller at the TELE ved from Palatka at 9 o'clock and she must soon die from Pneumonia pleasant hum of its machinery is"I

1lCt kins. GRAPH office a few days Mr at 10:30. accompained by ColonelC. I but she begged for Dr: King'sNew heard in our town .t

! Prof. L. C. Ray came up from Wilson is putting in gins ago.and agrist P. Loved! of the 1st regiment, Discovery saying it had more I. A company for manufacturio g:.

rI Port Tampa City Tuesday to visit mill at Ward City and henceforth : Major E. S Matthews, Major E. than once saved her life, and had I fibre from the leaves of the saw'
tc L Stewart and Lieutenant A. H. has been formed by
cured her of After palmetto soma
his wife and relatives. wilt I be a citizen of our county .
Johns, paid the Guards an three small doses.she 'slept easilyall of our enterprising citizens, with*j
T Men may differ rn politics religion official visit at their armory. A, night, and its further' use completely Capt F. G. Miler general nP=..
,,_ or finance but all who have Neglect is the short step so minute inspection of the ompany cured her""' This :'marvelous alter, and aduplex, .bishop fibre:

ter tried Banner Salve are agreed as many take from a cough or cold to was made, and then Captain Davis medicine is guaranteed to machine hasbeen:[ installed in the-'

to its worth for cuts, burns sores, consumption. The ear'y' use of put them through the manual of cure all throat, chest and lung dis- upper story of J. G.. ,Alvarez's giri-:'

911 piles and skin diseases. It's the One Minute Cough Cure prevents arms and field movements for an eases. ,Only 5oc and $I' Trial nery, the gin engine furnishing4th f

3pl most healing medicine in the consumption. It is the only harmless hour. At the conclusion of the bottles free at J. L. Gaskins drug power. The fibre 'machine-:for-Ji
''i world J. L. Gaskins. remedy that' gives immediate drill General Houston was intro- store. which, ,by the way, Capt. Miller is
!gel ---;---- results. It cures all' throat and duced to the company and made a the state agent-can: decorticatefrom ],>
Miss Bessie Pace been visiting
r'o friends and relatives as lung troubles. Children all like it short speech during the course of To the Public. eight to ten tons 'of leaves a tj

during the week. in Jacksonville and mothers endorse it. J. L which he complimented the men Having decided to remain :for: a day. The green leaves are used kn

A Gaskins. very highly on vtheir drill and while at my home, on the Sandar- and the step trom the raw materia\*E?

ie The Chinese ask, "how is your Mr. W. T. DeWitt, principal of soldierly bearing. son road, near Starke, T would like to the finished, product is a veryii'
ys liver?" instead of "how do you do?" the Providence school during thee The armory had been tastefully I to have those who are. n feeble short one, for the fibre comes out-
for when the liver is active th decorated friends of the of the machine for :
4' last term, is now teaching at by lady health of mind or body, or both, to ready drying
w health is good. DeWitt's LittleEarly l Branford. Suwannee Mr I company with bunting and evergreens -I consult me free of charge, and and baling. The dry fibre has a

e Risers are famous little pil s DeWitt still feels an interest county. in, us and presented very hand- they will be made acquainted with soft, but peculiarly crisp, springy i.
for the ]liver and bowels. L. A I feel when in hand and
x J. and wishes to keep posted on some appearance. large number my "Marvellous Medical Discov, pressed th'q ,
" Gaskins. events in Bradford county, consequently of ladies and gent'emen were ery," which in a few minutes not I is for this reason well adapted for }'
present to witness the inspectionand only relIeves a patient of all pain the stuffing pf mattresses, cushions '.'
r ) he has sent his dame for
Geo. C. white, who has been on
enrollment the TELEGRAPH'S drill. and distress, but removes,=:the railway.car seats, horse collars ;;'
Ii visit relatives here returned on
T a to subscription list'If The call of the muster roll revealed cause or causes from the entire etc and it is strong enough-@
to Live Oak, his home. Tuesday. the presence of the follow- system, in less time than anYi lther to be spun into cords for matting ;;

Ivy poisoning, pOJ:' .- wounds troubled with rheumatism, give ing officers and enlisted men: treatment: known, and without and chair bottoms; it also fills the '

and all other accident: injuries Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. Captain-]. R. Davis. taking a singie dose of medicine:by place of excelsior for all purposes. fIt _
c may be quickly cured b ...sing De It will not cost you a cent if it First lieutenant-J. D. Alder- the mouth into the stomachDR. has the'pleasant smell of new- ,-.;:

Witt's Witch Hazel Sa-.ve. It i iW is does you no good. One applica man. VAN ELDEREN, mown hay.Vhat' little waste ..:
also a certain cure fci piles and tion will relieve the pain. It,slso I Second lieutenant-F.A. Moore, Specialist and H ypo ermatist. comes but of the machine makes l
n skin diseases. Take_ :ther J. cures sprains and bruises in one- Sergeants-First, Tate Powell; world famous in the art of excellent stable: bedding.
'r L. Gaskins third the time required by any H. H. Ross, L. R Edwards and Painless Tooth Extracting and Many people. watch the process

-- ------ other treatment. Cuts, burns, I. D Wynn Minor Surgery. daily and are p eased with the -
t Why not buy your ."ta c r after I' frostbites, qumsey, pains in the Corporals-Noah Jones and H. result. 1 here is no fear of over-
they have been in co'c.. :"gc '1.Jdmade side and chest glandular and other E. Fortner Col. C: L. Peek and Judge W production, ijis the fibre can be sold

n tender. It cost l;, .,j mere-I swellings are quickly cured by applying Privates-W. Alvarez, W. D. IF. Malphurs were among the visitors as soon as turned out. The en-

t only 10 cents a pour S L. i it. Every bottle warranted. Adams, Ira Andrews, E A. Burn- to Jacksonville Wednesday.A couragement the factory needs is

Ie Kramer & Co. Price 25 and soc at J. L. Gaskins'. sed H. H. Benton, B. Edwards, --:-- c'- in the shapeof raw materialuponthis

' Fatal mistakes- ---ale-- Ii.. :.: by Sam Friedman, J. S. Forsyth, W Strong Fortification. particular hinges the life of

1 those who do not heed tnt t ..dier Starvation never yet cured dys- H. Hemingway. N. Jones, C. F. Fortify the body against diseaseby the industry: But the price the

symptoms of kidney or bladder pepsia. Persons half with indigestion Kalch, 0 A.Knight, C. A. Knight, Tutt's Liver Pills, an abso- company: pays for green leaves, $z
trouble that often end in Bright's are already They S L. Kramer, J. L. Levy, C. L. cash a ton, delivered, should insurea
le 0 disease or diabetes. When Foley's need plenty of wholesome food Moitt, Carlyle Peek. N. A Powell, lute cure for sick headache dys- plentiful supply. In fact, here

to Kidney Cure makes the kidneys what Kodol you Dyspepsia eat so the Cure body can digests be J, M. Prescott, J, W. Sydbo en, pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, is a good chance for many both in
well how foolish it is to delay. J Leman Wyn.i. town and the surrounding country,
nourished while the worn out or- constipation, jaundice, biliousness .
to make
rh L. Gaskins.. pins:: are being reconstructed. It Subscribe for the TELEGRAPH. some money. Palmetto 3
-- --- and all kindred troubles. is plentiful anywhere in this sec-
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a Capt. M. A. Knight has returned the only preparation known "The Fly.Wheel of Life"Dr.Tutt tion and can, be gathered by children 1.1 f
: from Valdosta, Ga where heed : '..iat \vil I instantly" relieve and com- as well folks.
had been visiting his son, J. B. I p'etely-:' cure all stomach troubles Beginning of Womanhood ; Your Liver Pills are as by grown-up /J

Knight, a prominent business man. Try it if you are suffering from in- |
the fly-wheel of life. I Dr. H
I digestion. It will certainly do shall ever J. / Colson, of Waldo,

rW re Reports show that over 1500 you good. J. L. GaskinsA How 'many cases of be grateful for the accident that passed through Starke Tuesdayon
lives have been saved through there chronic invalidism his vay to Jacksonville, where
use of One Minute Cough Cure. Monster Devil Fish p among women are caus- brought them to my notice.I feel he took in the state convention.

rhi Most of these were cases of grippe, Destroying its victim is a typeof ed directly by ignoranceor I as if I had a new lease of life.J. .

rte< croup, asthma whooping cough, Constipation. The power of improper treatment when Fairleigh,PJatte Cannon,CoLTutt's
n bronchitis and pneumonia. Its this murderous mala'dy is felt on they are at the beginning of the

lea early use prevents consumption.J. organs and nerves and muscles the menstrual period! Liver Pills KodolDyspepsia

J. L. Gaskins. and brain. There's no health till G. F. P. (Gerstle's Female --------
it's Panacea) taken at this time will
overcome. But Dr. King'sNew Notice.
urCB Last fall I
sprained left
my hip I Life Pills safe and start the delicate female organ-
are a
'rya cer-
while handling some heavy boxes. :NOT!''E of application for Cure
permit to sell
,,- The doctor I called on said ar first I tain cure. Best in the world for ism along the right and regu- wines and b-er. liquors", ;
ral it I stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. lar path. Mothers, start a girl PUBLIC notice Is hert'byKlnn that C. 3I.
soon was be a slight well, but strain it' grew and would worse Only: 25 cents at J. L. Gaskins right and she will be healthyand w C. M Sparknmn and A M.('L.0..John have!!.filed doin with business rh.twjard .- j 1 I Dgestsrrfrhatvou;: eat. ;

DiJ arid the doctor then said I had drug store. My daughter happy.WM ivStrlag wtth great bcartnrdovapains county.of in county C.e JOtit..conimiasionero of Florida, their of apUk-aiion Bradford I tart!ficially digests the food and aids \
real rheumatism. It and backache during her monthly period She .fnrapPrmit. to sell liquors wines and teen ,n Nature in strengthening and reconstructing
continued to grow Quick Relief for Asthma. Dad violent nervous ipelU which produced Ilarquivering lection district io.C, of said county nnd Ht U" the exhausted digestive or*'
* worse and I could hardly get round Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons, ,I all paina were and. f.rking.eaa.tlou.removed and the Jerking She used wa Q.F.P.Mopped and that hoard such of application county commissioners will bt acted on by.,them!,! I g/is. H is Ule latest discovered digest-: '.,;v
3 i She think your Panacea i* the Det medicine la the ai h lr next *
'1 to work. I went to a drug store Kans., writes: "I suffered eight ,! world. I think it U the beet 1 ever law for young fftrU. regular meeting which will be held on I| E f and tonic. No other preparation *s;
I i I I linT ELIZA Br za.Beulab Ala. THE FIrST < t In It
ksIda and the druggist recommended me years with asthma in its worst TUESDAY IX JULY. A. D 1000 approach; efficiency. inf
+ to Chamberlain's Pain : If year case ii not tallY eoTered by our ff lOlt at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day and the si&ntly relieves and permanently v
try Balm.
1 form. I had several attacks during "ilEAL TIIY MOTHERS MAKE HAPPY HOMES." 3'\id board hereby calls upun any citizen of'wrn ? Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, ,c_
Id I tried it and one-half of a 50 cent ; the last year and was not expected Write In confidence for free adrice to election-diowcauw.district if who may desire to do so.to Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea .4.
Th LADIES HEALTH CLUB can L.Gentle any there Lea at the Haul
C., regular
bottle cured me entirely. I now !i to live through them. I Chattaieeca T.... meeting or said board,. why such Permit-nail HeadacheGastralglaCramps and j
go, recommend it to ail friends not be granted to the applicants. all other results of imperfect digestfoPrice "
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my began using Foley's and
Honey PRICE *1.00 A BOTTLE. By order of theradford Board of county commNsion-
et F. A. Babcock. Erie, Pa. It is for Tar and it has never failed to I I If roar drugrtn, doc not Handle o.F.P. uk him to ..r.or county.Florida this the tb.lay SR;.and fl. Large size contains 2tt times "1;
; | lend. for it oiherwiM lend u.your order and U.OO tad of June A. D. 1900. ( smailslzc.Book all about dyspepsia mailed rite, 'If
ie ;, sale by J. L. Gaskins. immediate relief." J. L. Gaskins i w U will CERSTLE npr>ty you A direct,xprMg,prepaid J. B CREWS. I Prepared. by E.C.D.WITT A CO.Chlcapa 't
n d. Chairman pro em I J.-L. QASKINS.'i .
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