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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 29, 1900
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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: UF00027795:00405
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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\Gi7CE fs herebyriven that the tonawtng deECrlbed property will be sold'at public auction on .
/blttsheaf ver3Frlday at .1. '::TIE ;,) DAY OF JUL\", 1:0>, at Su.r1.e, 10 the county or Bradford State of Florida, ur tlomucb Owner. : Description of Und If i.z i.

: / EBRADFORDCOUNTYFlA tberi'otas wl'l be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein 8I't opposite. to the 1 +ra

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He iarke Fla. .Tune 29 : -:: mOwner. Chas H Thomr's.n. ... ..... ..... lot 11.--. ....... ..' 1M :\ 2l toOeoTtoochtont' Iii r
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:'. 1 Description of l..and. f c .Frank Gouger ofnw'" of ne/.... .... .... .... ::2 5 iZ. 10 6S3 ;F

.; / : -- t3 m 7 BHAIden..._...... ... .... ... south OUe-tbIM of twat thr;'equarter.of '...
Our State Health Officer. :) = ? oi = ': nw of nt'.i. .. .. 5 10 16q

. I ;u E SS'o Samuel White... ..... ....... .... blk 10 end lots 1..1, and 3. block 4t
-i, The announcement that Dr. J.,. os uF < 9. town of Lawtt')" .... .... '4 S :l2 941- '

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Y. Porter will probably resign the V J 8hjpmI\0g tltfpman & ( :. ::. ..... ILW% onw.i ..... ..... ......:... i i 411 3GeoPoat

iCl I !.t"oh..rtg&Co. .. ... .. ..... fWX of fWl4.... .. .. .. .... .. .. W) I 19 40 -96 ........... ......... I. acres on Lake Finz Iwy nueto..o
position of State Health officer Vh ': R"erL S Co. .....:...__..... nw" 01 nw.l .. ..... .. .. .... f 19 41) II'; ot Lax try. . . ... 2J 5 1-
# F.' Rrown. trustee. ... ..... .. .... $)s of sett' .... .... .. .. .. .... ... .21 4 19 1'41) 141f' OVOtt........ .... ..... ... ...... 8wof .1ofn\\1 Y ... .. :;J:2 10MrsEPShipmll.o.
} to accept the nomination for the Brown, tru"Leer . ..... ... neX and rX of nWX and IIXOt.k .......... ....ltlUiI .nd2 IU Itar! hlo"n town' ti i iof
....... .... .... ...... ... .... 2.1 4 19 :41'1 491 Litstey...... .. ... . .. .. ZJ S: =: BI .y
181. legislature from Monroe county 1''klwn ........................... Pr!( ...... .... .... .. . .... Z. 4 19 16(1 Y 5:1 V J Shipman....... ............ .. block i anti 10t.4 I. 2 t. ai.t 4 ; '
. ..s KubPrt.. &:: Co... ..._.._...... 6x... .... .. ...... .. ... ...... .. .. :h 4 1" 321) 4111 In halt block I town or Lit wtey t :; 2:: 14 o;
d has anything but a pleasant fine ] '! JrowUII'U'tt"e ..... ... If" or"w.l( ab ; : t.! BI: 'OWH. trl1l'tee. .. ....... ..8e .0Isw.. ...... _. ....... .. .... :t2 4. 19 41) 9j Cannon.. .... .... ...._... .. seX ofl'tJ>4.. ... .. .... ...... 2 S ::: 41) 3
to it. His administration in his j'h"g R.htorts &CO:: .. ..... .. .. .uwL ot ow !( .... .... .. ............ 1:1 4 19 40 :lit) ........._. .... .. ...... seX oflt"J It. 18 40 l iu
CommercialC'o .... .... .:.. 014 of nc3d and swyj of nil and BHHal1...:............. .. ... ..., 8wJ:1ofn.. 4. .. .. . .. . :a & 114 40Vln..yA
present position has been so sue "X ornw s. and IoW.I of swyj .. :13 4 19 240 3 R! Koon....... .... ...... eX of set ..... .. .. ... !4 IJ 114 "/1
Cha..Roht"rts&CO.:: ..... ...... ... nw4'flWX .. .... .... .U 4. 19 40 9.F1aCommercial Unknown... ...... .......... seyof ow," ....." ..... . ...... .? 6 IS 40't. 1
; cessful l that his resignation at 'hi ii i t ('0 .... .. .. ... swX ofsw.! ands X of swH and \ 0 Ti..on.\.. ... n":4. of seSj ...... ... .. .... ... !J IS 18 oft, 13:
i Sf'.I( ...._... .... .... . 21 4 21) ;' q) 4 :-II! \lneyAKoun.... ...... .. ..... .wXofnwofsW ... . .. .. 9 IS III 21) 8NswXofnw4
/ time could be considered very !itJ. 'has. Roberts &:: Co............ ... ill .1...... .... ._ ... : .-2 4 2U IWII IJ to ... ..... .. .. ... ., 12 IS 1'" 41) 5L' gi
'Ia' Commercial Co. .... .. oX 41 I'wJ4 Mild n.lt of seX: and l'haaRl\hert4&co.:: ........._.. st'.Ia; ofllw .. .. .... ... ... .... J'{ IS I" 40 g
91St tie short of a colamity, and t : 'icXofstX .... ........ .. .. .... 2i 4 2IJ.. 6110 855e14 Unknown...... ...... ............. 8t' 4of rlwH, ... .... .. .... n. 1-1 IS 114 -It. 131Iryden
of ne.lt sod eX or nw!( and Keath. ... .._._ neit \f n" .... .. : H IS 114 44) 331Unknown.
' TELEGRAPH adds its endorser.- .X of IIW."fDW.X and nwli ofnwX : ... ..__. ........ .. ...... it yjor8rX ......... .... .. ...... U 6 114 41)Vlot'yAKooo. 11f
and nj of lot 3 and n34 of .... .. ..:... .... fWy.tOIDW'\( ........_... ......;... lIS 6.c1S '41)Uoknown. x 1:
fl/ to what the Pensacola Press i 1Io' .. .. ... ... . :" 4 2 4tO 5e64 .. ... .... ........ ..+ &wJ4 of >'w .I( ...... .. .... U 5' ,1r\ 40 l sT
Iti I I 'Chas Roberts t:: Co ...... .... s.4_ 0//orlot2. 3. .... ..... .... U 4 20 jJ; 1 aln34 CI1IU1RobertCo.:: ... ........". .D-"Ifoe.l .... . .... ....... ...... 4 I 19, tU\ 143Chaa
of the matter in the following c...iL of swyqend n.lt tlf lot 4- '". 8 4 20 1O 3/1t) obens It Co. ...... :...... nX of.-- ..... .... ..... . .. S .6 J9 IO 149
('hIlIlHoherts.tP.o..ne.\ofIl1ll.\: & .... .. .. .. ... ..... 35 4 29 -10 {k5 Unknown ... .... ...... ...-.. ..... wX ()fllw"i .......... .. ...... .M IS 19 totJnl.no.n. t 11 f .
torialVe 'rTFI.ljtler. . .. .... .... .... s)4 of lot 4. .. ... 35 4 21) 41) 1:2samue' : ..... ... . .......... IW'ot OW": .... .... ..... ........ It 6 19: 40UnkDown. Ida
learn A Swann .. .. .... ...... W14" Ornf'\( and ,. "V.ot ow 4 and .. .... ....._.. swJ otney.... ..... .. ... .. f4 f X19 41) 1 Z ,
with deep regret that swX of IIW.\ .... .... .. ... iJ 4 21 ,x10 3i6I Chas Robertst 1o. ... .... .... nwX of uwyy! ........... : .. 1. IS Dr J. Y. Porter, state hea-! ; : officer I \ o ntO'Bolct. ... ... .... eX oInt'\( and nX ot nwl and ECl..rk. .... .... .... ......... west half of west b.d' of 1If'- off t ) S SneY
se 4of IIW.I( ...... ... ... ... 31 4 21 200 :1 9 IO ADd two acres ,In otOI'th- ,
of Florida, contempb'.cs: resigning -i F Q Brown. trttstee. ... .... .... eX" onx yj sad c.fllwH. .... 1\1 4 121)1 2 ')I east rnfner of n W X of nf'Y .,... 2n IS 15 U 3E t

his e.l( of swX" .. .... ...... ...... :4 4 2'l -III '115 Ellsworth Trust Co.. ... .. ...... neX of h ........ .... ...... .i 6 19 fl'ChasRobt'rts&Co. ffw
present post, In i accepta .rnhoON'holar... ... .. .. .... .... sofoe k ..... ........... .... .... iti 4 :: 80 8 92Cnkncwu :: .. ... .... brjof arX _._..... ......_...... ... 8 It 4i/ : 91% of "
nomination by the Monr c county ............ .. ... .... ..... w.lt of ,iw.!( .. ........ ..... 3 1\ IS WI 2 1. U J&arboroUJ'h............. ..... n.. .!( .aadueYot3WX..l: 15 11) :+0 514 .;
.. ...... ... ................... nwX ofl.ean'ln: .Iofllw'I 1\ 114 I. 216 Unknown ......... ... ........ nX..r ne.l ........ ...,......... ... :,1 Ii 19 80 .Z id r
democracy to represent it in the .. .. .. ... .......... ..;. .8of o$ ..... .... ....... 11 5 I" 41) 131 our lot 10' town of Worthington .
state for tV Chas Roherts & Co..... ...... IX 'o't nwX 1'00.1 neX 01 sw.4 and ;J)) [eel north and south and .
legislature ensuing 8W 4 of8w}.; .. ............. ... 14 5 IS 11\11 2 fti w9l lert t-a..t and wt' t........ ... : _S5'
Unknown .... ................ nWX ofS\v. ............... .... It 5 I" 40 13:! Louis Clemonr.... ...... ...._._. fWX or 1t'.I( and neX ortrX a
term.We .. .. ... ... .,.. ... ..... nwj otnw.\( ...... ..... .. 15 1\ I>i 411 r. and n4 (.t.Dwf.of&w!j.....f.s IS lit '100 f111
sincerely hop hat Dr. ..... .. .... .... ...ea-4ofllt':4otnc.\( .... .... .... .. I i 1\ IS 311 13'l F BSmJrh .......... .... ........ nX of KW.!( ofk", ................ .2 6 :11 \IIJUok2own. I3 "
Porter reconsider this .Determin Chas Roberts S: Cu.... ...... .. .. nwX of sal{,. .... .. .. ... .... :r.i 5 18 441 9,5, ...... .. ....__. ......11')" orn",5 a) -flj, Ettl' ,J ,
: ChasRnbwrt4&Cv._. .. .... .. nl'''' of..w,4 andew4ofswy.2' 5 1A 8d 149 ....... .. .. .. .... ......C'.It of !WY..... .. ....1 ..... r 5 D> 1ig Z1 6 "
ation, and consent to sei've in his lise.i uobrrtri (JO............ .... nw" of seX ..... .... ...... .. ..... at 5 18 40 ItS Chas RobertsS Co.... ...... . .... 1It'!4 or II 3ti'k 4t 9: iii '
Chas; Roberts It l ... ... .... ........ s44 of t'w.l, except 10 ac'nos 00 CbaKoberttCo.! .. ... .. .. nK u[ lot I.. 9 ; .F
present capacity, for a-iotner two wet side. anti "W 4 ..r St' -.t anrl south half 0)110, 9 and lot 4' ::,; ;. 6. xt 3>a4 i S OI, rUoknown

years at least and tolMs end fIe 4 ot seX except 10 acres In .... .... .... .....:n&th"half of south half of tot
\ ; we 8\1\orntI'. ... ..... ....... .. .. i.i 5 HI Ion 2 !91 .I ). ..... ..:..,... ..... ..........3: IS :x) y.d .
earnestly hope that the ilea; uapers Unknown ... .... .... .a ... .... swy ol 9aX. .,....._...... ... .. .. 36 5 IQ 441 !r.Errinler&Ru'IIell. .. .. .. ..... .... ..........IWJ( o.seJs{ ;:........ .... .. ....I. : 6 -
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throughout the st te wi,1 join us ('14.. Roberts &:: Co: ... '.... ......IR. 4.ofnw.l&(. ... .... .... .... I 5 19 41 9 Chas Roberts Co..e!Y of nw'4 and Rw 4 ofllw'..... jo) 6 ) .

in our appeal to Dr. Porter to accede Clia.llWnl'li.ud Co .. .. ...... nwX ot nwy and north hair of t i'1lkllewn. .. .... .... .. ... neX 01 ne_ ...... ....4" rJ 6.Bi. 40'Jlardhal
i" sw4 and ,;w.of southwest Frazier... .. .. ...... ... lot S bloc:: 11 Ia town of tiew "
to the almost vii.-versul! wish Quartel'....... .. .... .... 3 1\ 19 1,1), 313 River-:.. .... .... .. ........ : 4 # ,
Unknown. .. ...:...... ;... .... .... txy Orll..I( .... .. .... ... ... .. 3 5 19 4)< rot lotIt ]., a and 5hlock29 Iowa of
ot the people of is: natlstate, .... ...i. ...:. ..'. .... .... Be dof nw.\( .. .. .... .. ... .... ... 4 5 11 -10 98awT3ii Ne.Rlv.r.: ;: .. ..... .... ....... .

that he will retain ; .. ->.t "ent position of se.- and 80uthcSt X of A W Lane...... .. '......... ....-.. Iota It atd 10: hha k 11 tows ofSrw
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of state health :rf-cer.! .. ..... ... . ..:. nw orllw.-- .... .... .. .. 1\ !'. III 4,) 14\1 Wm TIt08......... ................ lot 4 bloc .3: In town of Jew :
Now while it is nut intentionto 51JCohtian.- ... .. ..........swXofse4..... :. .... .... .. 6 5 1 9 .JO 3tl; 1yt.r...r.......... ... .. .. .. r i
our UnkuowlI........" .. .... .... ... uortbeastyj 01 lIe.! autJ I X of 11\1 Harnage.... ......_..... .. . Iols. allli 3 block D. lot 6 1.loock 11 t ,
attempt to depreciate the dignity 8W.\( .... ....i.... .... ..... .... 6 5 19 120 2:11 lots 1. 2.3.' Chas Roberts J Co.. .. ..... ... .IwJ4 of ne4.... .... ......._ i 5 19 4) Uti block; 10 &,.dlof. 17 bJwk 33 town ttr141 '
and honor attaches a legislaI Unknown...... .: ,. ... ...... :... southwest. J( of l1eJ4 and neJ:1 of of\ewltiver... .._.._... .
I office .t! Dw4 ..... .... .... .... .... .. '1 5 lit HI) 24'; .... lot 6 block 311 toyon ot Sew saw -

nor endeavor to createan .". .:.. .. t. .. 8wofsw.l( .... .... ... .... . .: tI 5 19 -14) 9- I ....r....:.... .$.... ... ... .. ..... ;
. ..... ... ...., 018w.i .. .... .... .. 10 5 19 -II) 9.ChasRobelts. .
opinion that Dr. Porter's resigning .; nell ( W H MOClre........... .... .... .... lot 11 block 10 anti lot .11>1'-4:10 11II.I'S + r
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co nelj ne\( and WHIt half of 1.-. !I. and 11 t4"c4 lluwn 1
his present post to accepta nt'.I and ea.t half of IIW.4 and of\ \VIi.er...' ..., .. . 1
state 'ice will twJ4 ....... ..... ... ........... JS 5 19 lit 5 ':'2 .nknown.c.. ...... .... ........... lot t. block 2IJ and lot 21 block 9 :
legislative be Unknown.. .. .. ....... .../.t. north." neX ......... ... ... ..... 14 :5 1\1 4U -II'; Sew Rn r..;......
coming politically. j.om a higher half ot ow1 and swX ofn1llJ:1. .... ........ .. ... .. 10tU'locIlJ; and lolll :.L'4sol1 ;
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maintain that .. pelt and ne\4 ot nw.a and ...k ( 1.fs'
stoutly the positionof i 43, block 3 aDd AA 5 bl. h .
moth half Qf. swS' a'sl nwX 36. and 9 b:'ek
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state officer is a far more 6WX sw Ie sr3i. 111, lot .a block 21. all of block 5
important oM Chas RtIOt"rs&'o..J.: ....8WJ:10tUW ..t.:4 5 tCu I 4.) J6 town of l\ew'RJ.ef' ._ .... ..... ". 5 ':2
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ptujical safery of the great mass neX" 01 or npJ:1.neY...end.. '. uorth... .._.hal...... 3 :5 !0 610 14 rluwi Chas Ro rti&Co. ........ ..._ IotI&n.l'l1.-; and u.OrtI.; ; .half...<:..,A..f. .Iors... ..9. ,; 1'9.

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of the people, than Chalf dozen ; or nw.\ and swyj or swX ........ 4 5 :!I) 160 = rr J KM Hazen. "w'of swX..-.. :: .. :3 i. 10 11f $ cUnknown.

legislative offices. nallli hW .nJo6'of.... swSj.i; and 11of r. 'O 4v) t; !NChlsRobert ...._.. ...__ ......... ... sway (, del' ... .._.-:.. .... . M 4 41) 41) lnI1W" '
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Dr. Porter has held his + &: (,'0........ .;.. .....: low/ and :I Imel north hal( ot .. .... .... ..... 34 A lti1) 5 38Cba.RobettsSCo.
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..... .. Y
present 6 ) ilvpotf'r StC'rric1 ... IIW '"
i WOO( lot '3...... ........ ... ............ 5 :!I) :Of :i : .
since its : .. .. ..... .... n.lt + .... .. . . ( 6 21 t21 56 )
position establishment in .south half of lots four Rod ntnWyj.... ... .... . .. f. 6 l1 44) 9.
6 CTha'SRotlt"Jt.\i&Co . ..... .lWX
twelve .. .. ..... ... .... .......... 5 20 14' III ::
1889, and has brought the work of : east halt of and of (.ha.Robt.orU Co... .... ... .... St..1( ...... .... ....... ...... ..... :- /I 21 1". 25.tTT
new DwH 8 111) P11t It'r. ... ... .... . .... I'PX of dwyj of Ilrf.1.. ...... !J IS zt:: .. ;3 06L.lNw.er.
the state board .. set .. .. .... .... ... .. ... :5 20 231
of health! up to its ......... ....__.. 1V j Irlt"t..... .... : :.-t.- ... h) 6 21 -10 \/I.
sent high rank of ekvellence. eof and r1 II"" and nwyj of s..y f Unknown.......... .' ....... ...... neX ofllt'\ ........ ... ..,..4..... ... 11 6 21 40 I 32 ra
pp ( ohw.i( and tI'or 9 .4') .. ... .... ... ... ..... .. osry4...._ .... ...... ... 13 s 21 $p 2IN
.. .. .... .
&w.l( ............... .. .. ..., 5 211 4 1.nwl4
His system ot quarantine, knownall "Ir' '!o-: of IIWX and of .. .. ... .. .. .. ....... SW(' of swX .... .. .. ......... IU 6 21 -It) 131
swX IIW\.1\ of nw' ... ..... ........ ... JJ 6 21 iO 132T
and and [ TT F11I"r ........ ..... ...... swJ4 ,
over the union as the "Florida se44 wX ot bays amnwX ... ... 20 21 p I 9.Unknown. ;
< l' Fl"rler .. .. .. .. .. .... twit cfnwlt II
or PX and se'yj of neX .... .............. t.I Ii 21 .p) 1 Sl
has : .... ....... IIwn of swy
system, a national and neX of nwX. ,. .... ... 5 '
reputa : 10 :1) .HIJ -0- .. ........ ..... .. ...... nwl etswl4 land iwX of nwl.. !It 6 2J r0 21.4 i
Chas Robt'rts.'t' : C. ... awl of nel. ....... .... .. .......... S ; i. .. '
tion and is '''' '' = '' 10 : itl .. .
; ckemed the most all .... ...... ... .. .. ... u34 of lot orowH 01. L" and i
'-, except nwX ot north w..t e3 0f uwlg. ... ....... ... .... 24 6 21 SO 291
effective schema to prevent the .... ..... 11 5 2d 00' 4 Si: .. .. .. .. .... .......... neX of nej4...... .;..:... .__. .... Y4 d 21 40 :161, j'

spread of epidemics and to hinder 5of and south ne4 and hAlt east of half Iiw.It sit of owl nwXar T T Flagkr. ...... ...... ...... .. nw.\ofow ........::.)..... ....._ 24 6 :t t1} 9'.fr
T Flagtt'r.... .. ... ..... ...._ nwX" ot nw4 and .nwyq ofliw\U Ii 21 IooIJ 149! ';; .,_
d south half... ..... .. ... .... :; I r
their introduction 12 y) 51.1 ; :. .. !. 21 IS tlI. .
into communities ; T F'la.ler. .... ... .. .... .. &11.- ........ ..: 31 IS bit
n"" .. .... ._. .... ... 1=1 S Z. -
known to quarantine work. Alh..rt Sod!),..... ... .... ... ... .. neX of q sPy....._....... ., ......._ 14 1\ Wi. tutor-101 :i fin.l T T Flagier. .... .. .. ............ neS4 and neX\ of._nw\....and. ....wX...322 21 1 24DABlain. Iof I .
Chas RotertstCo.... .. .. ... ....wl ofnwX; .... .. .. .,. 11 5 se's mad swt/4 6 lei '
Dr. Porter is eminently qualified north half of ne 4 and s&.4 of 4)) NJ 119 ... .... .... .. ........ lots U. 1:1': It IIItb-Clvj."jIoo aUII IS. blotk in As-U "

as state health <:i rfcer not alr.ne on neX' and north halt of I,.w4andswy4 Cummings berry Gfl'tI1........ . .. .... 6 L 1tl ;,;..
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ot IWJ& .. .. .. 14 5 ;
account pt h:.-, all eX I.l"W.t! of..owJ4.: ....... ... 1'1 S z"211: ) 24.1 tjlu 4 1',;. y1rb. R Icing. .. .. . . . .... block OlaetPeD and Iots fort) 'sir rbak t4l

uncompr uvsing ... .... .... .... ... . 1ltll"\( .. .. . ... .. ... 16 i NI !-,i to etxty Inclusive and lots N. ,
firmness in U tAi iuelu.llve" block :0 au.ltots' -.
1:11
I. to
to allow
refusing any w, .t half of uw andtto.--\f M.-" 1 I :
and nortldn.l!of .. .. .... .. 5 169 to 1243 Incl."ht" al.d ;'.'t
violation of or devialior. his 1I\Y. J, 2) 'a) 'i :9t }
ftvui
ChItS R"lwrt" Co. ... ......::.,.. lot IIfx ,an(1 north half 01 lot lots : to 246 IncllJ h'c.- Cum.mings : ;

...... ..... ... ...... ...... A quarantine regulations but also 8f'ven. id 5 ;'O 1.11 \1 : ,
'i 'L1
2 ... ........ .. .
C' GreED.: 6
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lotI. ........ .... . U .> Itl 'aChdv
because of his extraordinary ability .tIlIU"9 Clrnv'tts jr........_....... .. north half of lot 2...... ... .... .. 19 5 :1;)1 4t" 1 1I"Ii) S H CUII..ill'.... .... .. .. . .. : nw4 of swlrsa W 2 6 l+ j :' ;:
to diagnose and disease. Chas Hobells&: Co.... ........ .... lot ont".. ..... .... .... ..... 19 :) '1) 1'0 1nxljad :31 Rolcras: l'o. .. ...... 014" of Dd1; and ..wof n3 1;
classify Ot'--Orllt' .... .... ... .. ...... 21) 5 :;., and east half of nwg and nw'. ,
Dr. : ... a oflw .1....... .... .. ..,.... II 2'l ) .
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Sorter'sigiV thisuthent east halrufseX. ... 21 ; ;1 I 357 '. '

respect has in many n-34 lot'I and and 8wlj ISW"of...swf. ....4. and... ...n.. '4..of.. 2'! 5 :1) ..", ..NInorUI t..H..I.erts .. ... . ..3-.ofllel of seand nwX.o1. t, : '. t..
6
-- $ ,
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seY eastof railroad. :... 6 54 9Cnkuoxn.
icated instances pre'.'.> .he introduction ... -olilh half 1I..lf..t, oj"ot"".> and and ux'X". .blld.... 5 .. .. .... ....... . ow ofs&i. ...... .. .. ...... 'a 6 ..x1 1:40 Iikufub
ot ,- half of seX >"w.I 2'; ;o t..J 6 It:1I..l M Chtwt.. .. .. .. .. n"14 of neJi . ........ ..... 9 6 k.2'40 (, !
contc and :
.. and infectious and neX sags,1 hall or ur 1.:111"owu.: .. .. ... ... .. .. . oJ otnw .1.fDW.t.._. ......... II IS 22 2D' .
diseases inh our state andlS\\8Py' 1i1l.1.t( .... ...swh. 1\ n .... ........ ..... ... .ne'Xofswiofae.t( ... .. 1Ii 6 10 11
and while at all tin .cs he will shut; comlu..ncilljC.tofllw.\at ectioll line thirt lIivld-". 2'1 _+1 4 )11) 6'", I-/j IO'Xebl... ............. ... ne4S ail of lying.sw.4 west and of all Stark of Ilwlf, 411dSauderson of i1

off and iso'ate all lug sections and southwest thirty and of} roaol.. .. .:.... 1': 6 2': 5. 5iThos I
dangereus and )one 1. 1. tt.ervand corner HI-; .. .. .... . swX ot se4! .. .... .... ..t.... 1" 6 41' 1\
strange disorders, he will be justas __ running lIc-Kinllt"11 north 't" of I..no\\"o.: .:.. .. ... .. .. .. !lw .oilS.. ... ... ... .... 19 6 :!2 41) ZInX
careful of U. S. S }o'. raihoad right xay .. .. . . .. of neli of..w.lt: ...... .. 0... III 6 ; U 1"F
not to quarantine against tickle street, tht'II't'paralirlkith III Iycis.. .. .. . ... swX OtD"I> :::! -It) 3\
any Florida city or district with southeasterly direltioll Oil said Smu.a r/ell.... ... . .. .. .. .. IiW.\ of block south QI range ;
," right of way 1 1'0" where "IiIJ threEi' west In ael' of "w\.4...... 21 6 2f :lswSj If,
out first ascertaining by personal right c.f way luterseets s..; tins ot block 3 south IIr range 2 s VfI
west. 116 fret wide east aDd W,
line dividing sections thirty and
inspectio whether
i or not the exigencies I fiJ
third-Ones theol.r wt'"l 011".; weal anti 1.-> feet long north .
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of the case require it. St'dlun hue Iy plac' lOr hrgiitf aDd lIOutb on Pasttiidr of west
... nmg said kind t.eiu'; VII boothsnie or block a south of range 3 west ,:
Without underrating the pro. of 0. S. itO raih.,...I. J Temples sub.divisiou......,._. i 5 22 13
fessional'ability! of of bLu'Ht'1! 00 north 810.1 east U\' ODe-hJt are begluuing in t''pth. :
any our 'Jid rut::;t of WilY. C'II t'll>ot and I east corr.eror sw4!, of awl and i it
Florida physicians (for we have ....ath by sectiou Ii, IIvilin{ running north :10 feat thence ,
...11')11" (huty and .J.on". Wt'It lOCo feet. south 210 fret, ;
some very able ones) we will in '\....t ..y 1Jt'1.lt' Street south thence 10. feet to place of :

conclusion Situ. ,t lot JU iu tow r Lake beginning.... .... .... ... 21 6 tS 4 d.SF" .
say-and we believe r.I'h';' ... .. .. .... ....... is: I.t Slyers: .... .... .... ......,......... block i south of range I xrst: "" ,
that the majority of our doctors 1Jnkuowu. ... ........ ... ..... .. 101 .:... 1'rklrs addition l aka east hail ot block S ..outh of '
will Bltt'r! .. .. .. .. .. .... . . .3s raDlZe w..c aDd south halt ofbtocx
endorse
us- that the loss of 4 seers in southwest corn, 1t n4" 4 south of range 1 west
Dr. J. Y. Porter as a state health of lot I.) 4 I C! and St4'4 of block I 'JUth of
nkllo\\n.: ... ...... ...... ... .. lot I" <:t.y four I'Ultniu,.: "' f.t.tuurtt range 2 west. Trmplr'..1. subdivision
!officer will be a disaster not only and south and! i+ t'l ......... .. .. . .. 21 6 ::: 394 'J.
to Florida but rant sad went a. per : atd'" SJ TeuoEllr.I ... .. .. .... .. .. ... bJ. ...., 5110IIth sod rat ID t
also to the nation. !lU ye3.. aid lot iu son). ':'tif (.f to Temgle's bubdivltion. . . ... 6 := 16
Accordingly the Press in behalfof 101 3.... ... .. .. . . !S tit 1 sie1ofaid Y R\% ..".I : .. .. .. ....... w.It or seX of set ..... . ... .... :' :; t
: .... .... .. .. :.it S :l1 'I 13152lt.L )1'SlIlIit': S. "t" ... .. .... nIL ot :a X of swX ...... ... ..ry.. b Nd
the whole people, trusts that ,.t sal' .... .... .... . .. S I au 131nknoown. Ulivrr Kenyon......... .., ..... ... wX of neX . ... .. ......... .. .. ON I -? I..
Dr Sorter be L .... ... .......... ... .... Wt'- halt of northwest quarter of Unto I I. kuhrrtaon . ... ...... n.tolIIW' .... .... .. .... a' tl ::.: J rr ,
may prevailed uponto seX .. .. .. .... 5 :0 :!I' 1152uoith Unklo; l......... .... ........ Iota 4. :I. d. ..8. amt 1U. Mork I'
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maintain his present position as half of nek and north half 11 and IotA K, amt !C. block
o; nwy4... .... .. . .... .. 5 20 IHoI 2M3IIWI4 10 in Temrltj'. addth.n to Wwu .
chief of the State Board of Health..n ... .. .. ..... .. . ... 3J:Ji 5 'U l iO 2 M of foItarke. ..... ... . .... .. 396!
lC huts Ptubert.i .4:: l'o ...... .. .. n14 of ark . .. .. ..... . .. 3.a 5 214 1\IJ 1..9 I M PlllI n... .... .. .. ... .. ... . lot 2. 26, =% ".14, 3., $ 39 any'
'- hasliohwrta.t; Co .. ... Sal of nwX .... .. .. .. . .. .. .. 5 2(1 4i) 997l'f1'lriffit -10, Hodl :s. Dvwliog's .hJitlo. ',.
Quick Relief for Asthma. JnVi .. ... ..... ......... tlJi of lot 4. ..... ... .. ....... ... .J6 l i 21 4.1 8 4JIUC''DI 'I toStarke.: .... .. .... .... 2U':
liLdd.. ......... ..& .... .... swlt of nwli...... ... ... .. ........... 1.: 5 21 -10 \It IUnknown.... ... ....... .. .lot4t.lblock3. Dowhn"': addition .-
Miss Maude Dickens Parsons, UiVI Ilknown. ... .. .... se.t of urn .... .. . .... ... .... 19 5 21 -It) \I. to5tarke...... .. ... ......... .. ... 4d" .
Kans. "I suffered ,twit t.B"I... .. .. ..... .. .. awl of 8Y4.... . .. ..... .... &i :; 21 411 9'; Jlre.M R3lorgan .... .. .... .... . one lot commencing at 1 a pulo o' :
writes: eight J llIpl1lan. .. .... all except fifkt'n acres in neX ofue'4 tIO flat Past of of lot 1U '::
COJr j
Years with asthma in its worst V.Ms .... .. ... ..... ... ..... I 5 2': 6ti: 1"1115uy of the town De "r Starke. .\
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E &t.lwlO. .. .. .... .. .. .... lot two three and four in net!. of i .
"J form. I had several attacks dur y.J rte4. .... ............. .. ..... 1 5 : 15 1114 !I continuation bem.c on a line of .J.ckPWII with tl'e'ttre direct t.thetse t, :
all r ing the last and not lU.utb 2x'4 t A c. td'.t
year was ex I nt. east half of '}.ornw ..., 1) 22 iii-I It nWLCe P r
"\; ; pected to live through them. I j: FA 'I .Parker. .. .. .... ........... ... lot SJ; oodlawn. .. .... ..-.&.... :\ 2'! 10 I 31 103 ftrt north Ct: '( (art. west : 4'
.v-' 1 err)... .. .... ... ... .... .... IotA nineteen and 14 I 11ki ft.-et to belinlllllK III the town
= Ii f twenty WO of Starke.... ...... .. . .... 3C: <
began using Foley's Honey and j WOl.rtlawD . ............ .... ,
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iota 'tall" t3 ... .. ........ ... 18 5 L' 2) 1.1 C lIt'ibo-rg r.... . .... ...... 10tJl land 3. blOck 'iotownol : .
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SHOOTING SCRAPE CELEBRATION ABANDONED. ',MONO THE-BREAKERS... I. HEAVY SENTENCES, I
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Real C. T. Johnson Shoots Chas. Ojlesby Arrangement for July 4th Not, A Charming Ameteur' Performance Two Bradford County Citizens$ FinedIn i

Near Lake Butler. Consummated.The flonday'.V ght. Jacksonville.
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\1 The Bulletin of June 23d furnishes TELEGRAPH has to performthe "Among the Ykers' was I W. N. Nobles and E. L Prescott _

Bargains the following account of a. unpleasant duty of announcingthat charmingly present....; _.*|the opera of Ward City, this county, 1

I shooting affray, which occurred the celebration planned a few house Monday nigh by :home tal !! who had a difficulty with a Jack- -

.11' t near Lake Butler Thursday, June ;( weeks ago for July 4th has been I ent. 'i i j sonville hack driver few weeks

?, Are what we give you. 21st: abandoned The house was crowded and the ago, were given a trial m the criminal ,

1. I Thursday at noon'a shooting affray J When the negotiations with hearty applause clearly indicatedthe court in that city Wednes- \
consist of I
The kind that
I I occurred in one' of the shanties Professor Guilliams to establish a appreciation accorcfcr: :. the per day. The Times-Union and Citi- \

Highest Quality combined I 1'I at Richard's mill: which may Normal and Commercial schoolat formance. zen of June 2/th makes, the

prove fatal to Charley' Oglesby, ,a this place were begun it was The parts were all well taken. following reference to the,case: ;

1 with Lowest Price. We i[young man well and favorably found[ that a considerable sum of J. S. Brown, as Larry Divine, and "W. N. Nobles who pleaded not

offer endless number of I Ir. known here. It 'seems that Mr. money would have to be raised to A. E. Wall, as "Scud," the colored guilty to assault with intent to

r. an Oglesby, E. J. Adams and Chas enlarge our school building, and as I servant were regarded as(:"especially murder, but guilty to assault and

k T. Johnson were in the shanty it was generally agreed that the meritorious because of the ex- battery, was fined $350 and costs, -

during the noon hour, the latter establishment of such a school ellent handing: of the dialects or in default to be confined in the f

N Stunning very much intoxicated. Johnson here would be of infinitely more called for by their parts Miss county jail for six months. His'. :

I flourished a pistol around and good to the town and county thana Eva Truby, a's "Bess Starbright." friend, E. L. Prescott, pleaded

i Values Oglesby expostulated with him, jollification for one day, it was I was charming in her coquetry, and guilty: to carrying concealed weapons

t saying he did not like such acts, decided to hold the celebration Miss Mary Giles, as "Biddy Bean," and was fined $100 and costs,

even.when done in fun, as accidents project in abeyance until such an Irish girl, captivated the audi- and in addition to serve a sentenceof :

f'' In Dry Goods, Notions, might occur ICy 0\1 don't time as a definite answer should be ence by the management of a love sixty days in the county jail. ;

Shoes, etc.Ve show the like it'ehVell! take that," >returned received from Mr. Guilliams. This affair with Larry Divine. Mrs D. Judge Doggett gave a short lecture' .

'?. Johnson, at the same time line of action was decided upbn to J. McLeod, as "Mother Carey," on the habit of carrying concealed "

newest colors and shades grasping Oglesby by the collar make sure that nothing should the fortuneteller, delighted' the weapons, and said that in white or* > ,

and shooting him in the right stand in the way of raising the audience with the splendid hand- colored cases he should be severe.l !
in Dress Goods,'and the
!!P breast. The wounded man ree'ed, money necessary for enlarging and .ling of what was the most difficult with every offender. jn

prettiest line of White and was released from the graspof equipping the school building for part in the play. Claude Alvarez, "Both Nobles and Prescott came to if

his assailant, who fire again, Mr. Guilliams. The correspond as "Peter Paragraph,"a newspaper here in May from Bradford countyon ::1

1. Goods ever brought here. the bullet lodging in Oglesby'sback en _e with Mr. Guilliams continued reporter took the part well and an excursion and hired a hack. ,

One more bullet missed its until a few days ago, when he, amused the audience by his con- On getting out they refused to pay r-

A mark, and two cartridges failed to I wrote the committee definitely stant desire to make a "scoop" for,. the driver,. Harry: Williams, and ,

: Big, explode. Johnson then ran out of I declining the proposition made to his journal. Miss Ollie Weeks, as Nobles drew a knife on him while 1

:: ;: ,-:1,. the shanty and hid near by in the him and stating that he had madea "Miss Minnie Daze," the fiance of Prescott was getti.ig ready to drawa F.
t. / woods. The alarm was at once contract with a Georgia town. "Peter Paragraph," kept him in revolver. Nobles succeeded, in a
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Reduction : given. Dr. Seeber King was sent If this answer had come two hot.. water, to the delight of the cutting Williams across the forehead

.' for and the wounds dressed, and a weeks ago the celebration project aud:ence. F. H. Long, as "David and immediately afterward t t' .
r; posse led by Deputy Sheriff Dowl- would have been taken up and carried Murray," the villain of the plot, the arrests were made. Ex-Sberiff '

+ In price of Ladies' ,Skirts ing and City Marshal Odom, started out, but it came too late to excited the cordial dislike of the Johns,of Bradford county, made an

and Shirt Waists. Sailor out in quest of Johnson. permit of the completion' of the ar- audience, which was as high compliment appeal to Judge Do gett in behalf -,

.. When they, together with Mr. rangements for the kind of cel- tahis handling of the part of the young men, stating that 1

Hats at Langford, neared the mill, they ebration Starke desired to share as could be wished tor. E. P. they were hard working men and \

.,' discovered the man they wanted with her friends, and rather than Duncan; as "Hon Bruce Hunter" farmers, and that it had been their

approaching a couple of saddled invite them to a "one-horse" affair, the aggrieved but forgiving character first visit to the city. Young "''

'; mules hitched near by, and took the matter has been abandoned .of 'the play, was excellent, Prescott seemed to deeply realize 'ilI
ActualGoss.
:T him into custody. They are of altogether.It and--Rodman Jones as the ward of I tht trouble that had come to him, ."

"' R.. the opinion that he intended to is much regretted that those Hunter;' did the part to splendid :.nd both men were thankful:for .J ri
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( t take one or both of the animals who intended to spend the Fourth advantage i the interest that Mr. Johns had i.

: and make his escape, but was with us are to be disappointed, but The rendition of the parts was! shown in their behalf." J .

h: thwarted by their timely arrival this notice is given in due time in so good that close attention was

We give the whip to prices upon the scene. Had he succeeded order that they may go elsewhere, accorded the amateur players In Justice Gardiner's court Wednesday 11 :

to double the speed of -getting one of the mules if they choose, and enjoy the day. throughout the plot, and generous -, Jane Strong, a young ne- '.
the chase would have been a live applause was frequently given gro woman, was sentenced to three ;,.. :

sales. ly one, for the animal is a very Worthlngton. them.It months in the county chain gang '. j
I for larceny. The charge against j
fast travelerIt is that
hoped by everyone
We have had too much rains for
is said that Johnson expectedto they will again volunteer to enter- the woman was preferred by S M. ; ;
FARMER & ENSEY BROS. the which are badly dam= i
in this crops tain the public. Alvarez. She had been a servant .:
marry a young lady ,
undav.Oglesby's aged. ----- in the home of Mr. Alvarez and' !
county next wounds"are, A number of voung people came Miss Isabel Peek entertained a I had helped herself freely to Mrs. :
dangerous -
Committee Should Meet Soon.
over from New River Sunday and
the in his back party of friends Tuesday evening Alvarez's clothing.
especially: one I __ ;.
The matter of holding a primary but he has constitutionand enjoyed the springs 1 with games and music. ,
1 election for the nomination of candidates a strong As Mesds. R. A. Turner! and Haines- -,-- I Mrs. S. H. Bigelow, who spent \. ;

for members of the legislature he may pull through.learn that he wego is worth, of Alachua ccunty, visited Dr. and Mrs. B. T. Fortner, of i several weeks in Starve a few years sago

- a and county offices is being to press He we to the springs last week. Brookh, were visitors to Starke I in company with Mr. Btgelow: !;

I very freely discussed and there is some his father's better.home three was conveyed miles from The J & S. W. will run excurs Thursday. died at her home in Lexington, 1', :'

a great deal.'ot uncertainty as to ions from Newberry and Lake Mass, June nth Mrs. Bigelow .'
i what course the county executive town, Thursday evening: Butler to Worthington every Sun- Notice. made many warm friends while .

I committee will pursue in this matt Both men were employed by J NOTICE of appUC"tfon.orpermit liquors, here who are pained to learn of her:
and day.Mr. ..
R. Adams teamsters were
j r. There as' a division of sentiment John L. Wells, of Lake But- wines and beer. death .: .
considered good friends, yet it'wa5.. ler and Miss of 13UBLIC nctice is hereby: given that C. :M.i ,- ; .
the May Younge
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Many
on question.
and M. L. Jouus,diwur business
Sparkman .
noticeable that was en- S. J. Thomas, a prominent -
think that a primary should Johnscn Crystal River, were married at the asC M Spark man A Co, nave filed with the young 5 '., '
? persons the latter board of commissioners of Bradford Gainesville
vious of Oglesby because county business man ot was
- f- be held for the nomination of the home of the brides parents VV ed- county in C.e state of FIoi ida. their applicationfor : :;
was a superior workman. 20th. The a permit to sell liquors wines anti leer in !l. tarke Thursday looking after
members and that the nesday.June
; legislative here from South ceremonywas election district No.6, of bald county and tttate; business interests. :
'f candidates for county offices Johnson came performed by Rev. Gray, of that tiurh application will be acted on by the aid "
f
: Carolina about four months board of county commissioners at their next
should be allowed 1 to make theircontest ago Ocala, in the presence of a numberof regular meeting which will be held on A large number of Starke people \ I
..L at the general election. and consequently is. not very well relatives and friends. The I THE FIRST TUESDAY! IX JULY, A. D. 1800 I are attending the picnic at t.

J Others favor convention for the known here. maids of honor and best men were at lOo'clockfn the forenoon of said day.and ton Xv river ,
1 a long bridge to-day. .r"
said board hereby calls upon any citizen of such :
waived
The :
nomination of !legislative members prisoner a prelimi- Miss Clara Younge and Mr. election -district who may desire to do so,to ,
examination and show cause, if an* there be.at the said regular
f j and a "scrub race" for ithe, candidates nary yesterday, Brown, Miss Pet Wells and Mr. meeting of laid board, why such permit sballcommission turing last May an infant child ;!

: i for county offices, and others was remanded to jail to await the Wiley Hood. The groom is a not be order granted of the to the Board applicants.By <>f county. !sot i oi-r i:*.:ghbor was suffering from ;

'!. still favor a primary election for action of the grand jury. prosperous merchant of Lake But- en ot Bradford county,Florida,this, the 5th day cWni! 'nfantum The doctorsha
-- --- of June, D. 1900.
t. j all. v To' the Voters. lor and the bride is one ot the A. J. B. CREWS. (; th' up ah hopes of recoverv. ;

To say the least of it, the situa- most lovable of women. Chairman pro en I took a uottle of Chamberlain's
,
and the We pick ui our pen just to gay. \Ve to know that the Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea !.
", tion is confusing, county Think of lue candidates everr day; are glad
:; executive committee should take If you've lost your w ife go and hunt her new hotel is oper.ed.L. Remedy to the house, telling
ONCE
1-: j prompt action in defining the plans But don't forget to vote for Hunter. Coleman, of Burnetts lake MOREwe fhem I felt sure it would do good '

for the campaign and at once set A true and noble wan of worth was the guest of Jerry Wells Sun- if used according to directions. :':

at rest all doubt and speculation as A Bradford county man by birth. call your attention to the '. Ii two days time the child hid .:
\
to the methods to be pursued. One who has the cause at heart. day.The Fourth will be celebratedhere of the ;ul.y recovered. The child is now
fine features
For he labored lard to Ret start. many new
and I have
A majority of the members of by a big picnic. Public speak- vigorous healthy.
the committee will probably be He is the man to sow gxxxl seeds ing by orators from this and adjoining styles of recommended this remedy fre- ".::
To uproot thistle and clear off weeds, quently and have never known it
here next Monday, and if definite counties will be one of the
To wield the harrow,plow and IHKJ.
action is then taken events of the day. fail.-MRs. CURTIS BAKER, Book- ;.-
not a meeting Qua forward find our school will:l KO. MATHUSHEK
should be arranged for the near --- -- ----,- walter, O. Sold by J. L. Gaskins.
A man who has v.orke.1 the county o'er. .
whole Mr. and Mrs E. Cleary and ----- -- --- ---
future, at which the matter From the center to rhshoe,
should be definitely settled, He knows the dark ton.e's a',i holes: children wi'l' depart next Tuesday PIANOS

----- --- '- Then,don't forget him",t the, polls.Htll for Philadelphia, where Mrs. A FREE PATTERN R

Cleary and the children will visit (bero-n.etrnoato.eryasb.erthsr.! Beaatlfal: I,
Strengthened By Defeat. girl*and boys
uphold our .
fl.
The Mathushek Piano of ored hUW\rrapll.d pat end Ulutuetions.Utort. Ort(Jl.ol.
Because lie knows the>'re more than toys; relatives. Mr. Cleary will go to .art1.d4.L 1WUe and strictly tl&HHate des gsa '
The editor of the TELEGRAPH is 'r' ,
He knows how they've toiled to rise Wyoming on a prospecting tour is incomparable from
! in receipt of a letter from a friend For he has it all down very ccnce. and thinks he will make his homein to-day : :
: in Jacksonville in which the following many standpoints. Mechanically -. MSCALJ.S8
Search this county round and round that stateN.
reference is made to one of A better inn can uot he found -- --, I perfect. The embodi- >
our fellow-townsmen: To hold the office which be asks
G, H -.-es, of the War'J City
"On all sides I"haveheard pleas And fulfill the arduous tasks. caller ment of everything artistic. miinklng economic*, fancy work,botueliold hlrU, !
section, sa pleasant at I ,
short atorto current topic ate Subeenbe to-dar.
ing comments upon Col Wills' Xow conclusion suffice to nay, the TEu.J-\PH office Thursday.Mr. Mathushek Pianos wear and Duly Mo.yearly. Lady= .wanted Beodforternu.
speech in withdrawing his name When he comes to see you just answer "3'ea; ,
Hates feels a deep interest in for lifetime. cost I
May
And if you've lost her don't tail to hunter please a
from the convention. The effectof !
affair and thinks
I So at the polls you cau Five herto Gunter. public school of '
his eloquent words, so manfully NEW RIMR PCCT.&TOa. becoming a cand date for school : a little more money than many rI

delivered, was thrilling, and believing I
commissioner. I "socalled"pianos, but in the !
as he fully did that to the Frank Burnsed, of this city re- i t 'TI
stronger man belonged the prize, ':ceived a painful wound on his I end prove by far the cheapest. 1
received from Mr. and
Letters
,
S his action brings to mind the right Wednesday at the camps Eckert. who lett As a consequence the Math
tales of chivalry of the long ago ,jof the Atlantic Lumber Company. Mrs Joseph .
.
Starke few weeks for Kansas ushek Piano is a piano for .
) when men acted the impulseof '' He vas chopping a log when the a ago a For ladlee.taw,*..fftrta and little eUldna. ?bas e..
upon that talHKjrlUh"ctue''ctfect not attained by tbaue of anr
indicate
honor. Few men grow stronger ax glanced and striking his leg, City, Mo., ; they are :, lifetime and gives satisfaction other pattern Hate no equal lor etyle aao perfect at. ,f
: in the
sojourn
t in defeat, but he is a notable exception inflicted a deep and painful gash having West. a pleasant everyday, and therefore they [ME I i
be disabled for .
and Bradford should be He will probably -,
.
of such three weeks. are recommended by many of CALL.i
+ : proud a man. two or I From the Insurance Press we
---- -- -
'I The county commissioners will Miss Emma Smith, of Anthony, !learn that insurance to the amount America's greatest pianists. [ J ;

meet next Monday, and after trans- who had been the guest of her of $784,418 was paid to citizens of LUDDEN &' B l'ES' 5. n, H.
the 1899 Of Euily pat tog-ether Only 10 end If eeate each-men* 'f c abt
Florida
acting the monthly routine will W. h. Rivers of this during year :
sister, Mrs. her. Sold la n--rt7 *rT city and town or fcyinalL !
a9 East
of Starke received Fred Kami rianager. : Bay trHt. Ask for them. ab.olutety.ry latest;np-to-deta styles
begin the equalization of the tax for Nash- this sum citizens e
I city, departed Monday JedtlO".llle, Fta.. General Southern Agents THE McCALL COMPANY.UtUS .
returns for the year 1900., ville, Tenn to visit relatives. 9,000. Mathushek Piano ...* llife S<...;,. . It*Ink Olj,L W.p' l ;

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{ ; Onstanbt of Allied Forces Upon ,Engaging Lord Roberts'the Attention Army. of- THIRTY IILLEn True the Condition Chinese- o'Atfalts Empire '10'.* Chinese- -- to.'th; ? umbar- of- 'r


{! Ii Tien Tsin Is Disastrous. London special of t p 'The Britisatorpedo .boai'L, "er 'Invest.. therGity.fitTOY .- *'*; _j. ;\
.1'... Friday says "'- -.. 'i
;. General Steya's forces in the Orange .. Whiting[ at Crew Foo,,China. its !f

|;CSKESE HINDU (GITS i EFKCTIYEYf [ Hirer colony are for the time drawing ,Fearful Wreck Occurs On that nothing' 'has'oeea 'hesrd, a .EQDIPPE5 Jrf !..umLLBf

";; moat of the attention of Lord" Bob- Seymour's force for seven days. 1-.
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4Krnppi
J, .erta, rather to the neglect of Commandant Vice Admiral Sir Edward H.Seyc.wor : ,;

Washington OQdals ,
.; k(,. Alarmed and tHcId Southern Railway. is the commander of the British equiJroa 'and 'Xaxhna (!slues and Ammunition Jif ...
| To Tr.aaaluAslattc General Louis Botha and '
Squadron in Chinese and is oleo .
waters, ui I* On Hand Xn-iaex- '.,
'i'' F',. .To,Taku. President Krnger. command of the force of 2,040 mtrii- "LditIbTs'Bn'setteld ":.

; The severance between t e'Ttaus1&1 all 'the ..,
!l :f guards, representing powers :'
x t', The following bulletin \ and Orange Biver colony'was CAUSED> BY A WASHOUT which'started for Pekia June 10, bat 'L ,,Ui '
*"*
: was issued '
; "General Ma's
I completed "'as ins, it is,reported, been compelledttb i army, -,says a"correspondent ,,: 'f.
: :'' '' said it would be, by: ,the arrival 'of return to Tien Taia. He paper : .F ti
{ j'1. Saturday '\ General Bailer's adt'&nce'guara, under be fighting against, overwhelming i Shan'Hai Kwaa", '"e6asistiagv'of four -:
I '
, .'/", ; {Acting Secretary Hackett has Ibis Lord Dnndonald, at Staadersoa. Loss of Life Greatest Ever Known numbers of"Chinese fanatics between- I thousand men, lit a ,week'..-.ago', : ,. ;

morning received a dispatch,*from The wide net around the"6,000 or In Accidents' Tien Tsia and Pekin. I for Pekia, and General Sung,a ng', :
; Admiral Kempff dated Che Foo,Jane 8,000 men. under General Steyn will Railway In the The French' coasul wires that the forces, numbering)!,500,"left" for the '" ,. 1

":: 22, to the effect that the marines under now contract. AdroH maneuvering South's History. British mission at Tsang Chow has Fame place oa Jane 15th. .: r,1

i l; Major Walter, together with 400 Rus- and brisk fighting ire likely to take been looted and ,the missionaries con ...!A careful estimate.of: the number ;' <

clans, haTe had aa engagement with place, because "until"ell resistance veyed to an unknown. .place, by a Chi armamsat.of ,they Chineae troops'r, ,

,I: the Chinese army near Tiea Tsia. They south of the' Vaal' is at an end the Passenger train No. 7, on the Southern nese general. around Pekin puts the total,360,000, sand'it .:

t'' I,' could.not break through the line. A British line'of cOm iuiiication will not A aemi-offiaal dispatch received ia is calculated that"th'ese{ troops 1 t
'e .: force numbering 2,000, the admiral be safe \- road, doe in Atlanta at 9:45 p.m., Berlin from Tokio'JapandatedJnne i -oaseas 220' "se'veaKJentiateter'Cre'uAotpins 't; .,'

1: reports is now ready: to make anotherattempt" President Krnger's 'sons, who sar-' ran into washout over' Camp,"creek 2It, says the Japanese consul at eighteea'firapps and 150-Aat., -1 f '+
'f"' '1'f. -- Shanghai confirms ,the./report that iss. .
ri\ rendered to GeneraLBaden-Powell I
', 1.. are Saturday night at 9:30 o'clocYonomile
., ;: ; The maia 'urffortance of this dlati' back oh th.eii/arml working peacefully and ? .Vice Admiral Seymour-.haa arrived at '!Their: .qupplj: ? o(..,ammunition; it'prtticaliy : i ..:.:
)) } 'patch is Admiral rompfTs: disclosure General Baden-Powell rode with a half north of McDonough: Pekin.:and: that the members of the inexhaustible., It has been,, 4 f : :

, ':.' ,wt that it is the (,'.':'iose; army, aad:aot only 300. area from Mafekiag, and he Ga., which is twenty miles south of diplomatic corps 'u 'flora'"* Accordingto mainly supplied by a,German' firm'at 'i'e-

if" the Boxers, *h-, .t'tI sighting the foreign made'the last section of this ride to Atlanta, and thirty-one people sere t an official Japanese* report :from Carlo vitz. Fully three-fonrths of the i ':

.,[. troops. Pretoria with only thirty-five. Lord killed oatrigat Che Foo, the foreign settlement' at Chinese forces are badly drilled;.whole t ;;,.
<
:> .A EK-Or.T\ CASLXORAM.f'4 Roberta met him in the outskirts. The train left Macon on schedule Tien Tsin was' .reduced Oto.'asbe" Juue 11'nndiseiplined'ind quite; anfamilLir. (, '. : ;
: the town aad 18th. .-. with modern weapons"; .(I. ; .t,
escorted him to the time. It
The made
of "
; navy d'jT neat Sunday afternoon was ap an engine \ ,
The Petit Bleu (Brussels newspaper) Another Shanghai dispatch says V : : J

; .: : ,issued t..c i+.Kowing bulletin: presidency.General Dewet's. farm houses- hare No. 864, and three cars., The car next states that a telegram; waa,,received ''Li Ping;Heag..---former governor of ./?

; '. *'A cablegram f sm AdmiralKempfr.; been'burned by the British. to the engine was combination affair, Thursday: by aa ,important .Brussels Shan T: ag, who is tensely''anti-for ,1, :

dated-Che Fco. r'-' }e 24th, says: General Bailer has issued a special part of it being used for baggage'and firm from China-,eayicg! 'that Admiral sign ha? gone to the,.Kiang Tin forts ;:;

::1 fin arabusra". near Tiea Tsia, on order,eulogizing the sendee of Strath- part of it for passengers The next Seymour's releiving force and the Ruse on the r.+:g Tae. He has declared his. ... *>:
the 21st, fo:: r Waller's command cona's Horse coach was a first-class passenger coach, sign column entered Pekin simultaneously. intention vof ''resisting the landing of, '; ::.;;
.. while the third one was a PullmAn car. reported British foas in tha '* \!t
killed and 3- 'wounded. Names Captain Jones and the brigade from' The ;legations were re5rioD. "' .. .
i will be furnifji as soon as received. her majesty's ship Forte have been ordered The run from Macon to McDonough intact and ill the Be1giaIir sident8' According: to a Hong Kong dispatch. ". : .

:|; Force of 2,000 ting to relieve TieaKEMPIT. back to the ship at the admiral's was made ia a heavy storm which said :.} be w ', ,. dated Eos "y't strong reinforcements ,.";,

Tain to..ay. ." had baea prevailing many hours. Reports have been received at Hong of InduaTp.Jce"'wita'; three Maxims.havebecD ." !{)

f: The of the ,request. At McDoaough the usual stop was Kong from<< Canton, that owing to therepresentations .'--sent to Kow'Looa;'on'themaia&fd ', .Nj.t a
secretary navy has order- The Netherlands Railroad Companyof made and the : '
train i
pulled out for At :
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cf the
foreign'consuls. i d' Che Foo messageof >' :
t\:',ed.l Admiral Re!:.iey to go with the< South Africa has received official lanta. One mile and a half north of Li hat'consented'to : -tt
Hnog'Chatig re Mowlajiate ,_; ,
: ; notification of the from the rays ; ? > ,
Brooklya to i a!:uand, to tender Gen expulsion McDonough was a culvert over Camp main ia;Canton.'. ''; "Fee. caanonhave..bseaidded to ,"
'eral' MacArtLi Transvaal of 100 of its employees with creek, which had stood the for .. '
of storms '
11 conveyance any the wens f' ,here. where there are ''
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their families. The Dutch consul at ALLIES,WILL;ADVANCE.. ,
Either :
cloudburst ; '
"array troops wLJrli the Brooklyn can many years. a or now l.c.v .:::die's 'permanently ;en- Y;
.. .. '
4. .ri.
Lpurenzo Marques telegraphs that a "
the rush of the ; JZa '
heavy waters after dark, campaJ. !nrther force having"arrived ,'
proclamation ,has been issued to the ,Bear Admlrril T3rutoLanp Prodamittoa
,t ; Udmiral KenpfTu dispatch giving Saturday night washed away quite a &e Chin'cM AattuKitte .: I from 2 r:>, HiiChfta.There ia''an '_
*/ ;
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effect that the company's officials:who ,
drat section, leaving immense M
definite an
f.,.xjtte' news of the shedding gap. uneasy. feeLjicr Derailing here and au
The :ia Loiidon'has
refuse to do British military work will The train admiralty re
American blood on Chinese,,noil rushing along plunged attack
r'of' ;_ rcUerally anticipated. .Chi ;
be sent back to Europe ,via east London wildly into this and ia. second ceived tie following'..diapatchfrom.
,
Hme was .
: e early Sunday morning and gap a BeaVAdmiral Brace a;_- '! nese ner-'iante are closing their office'sand fF.
:
'; !Umed over to Secretary Long as soon- .' Advices, Cape Colony.from' :!, Marques the tender was piled upon the-engine; -.f Tisr; cii?Che"Tooy;"June Sli!--'No prepa,fng- t:*leave th e'ixwt. All '
ourenzo and :
the : "
cars in an'rextrica
:'-as he arrived et the department. j upon cars oommnaication from'she cdmajandef businessat a standstilL: y* _' *
rVWith| Admiral Crowningshield, the.secretary state that President Krnger's principal ble mass.Immediately. : Exte: --:" fillies
condition for immediate is that in-chiefSeynio;( ij) iarseyeiil'idays; -or' ; etidhStiprthe _
peace after the 'cars went
'.. carried the dispatch to;the are goi:- *or *rd.. Th& :'First, regiment i
he be allowed tb stay in the country. down from Tien Tsin in:five days: The allies : ; ,
't:;jrhite house, 'r,'::?re, on the president's There are 'British sick and fire began to spr-ead'lamong 'hold theTTaku forts'fitid;1g'Xnise-- of .rOi&_ ,Indian,,10,000 men. ,:-,
50,000 them, aad what destruction ,the fall '
stern from d. I rch,.it was laid before I embark .t' Calcutta SandayT.and
: wounded at Pretoria. Mrs. Reitz,wile', dd: not accomplish the flames about' ctiiely"fadthey' aill''ildrsnce'to the l "
.
fhim.' The tie-termination' 'thereuponwas relief of Tien Tsin'wl1en4 in'safficieat 833 more"xisrries1 r UiTed"ordeia'to : : ',
of the Transvaal state secretary and
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.
reached to order Admiral. Bemey, I completed. go out trait ":-:.gIiah ports. > :' ; '>.-.1. ,; '
'.;, in command of the Asiatic squadron, hei.family, who arrived at ,ourenzo1Ia.rques Of the thirty-one killed, all except strength, _Troops ezpected'from The Edii..ar'oftice.iD: anticipa '. ., en route for Europe, had so two were lifeless bodies when rescued Hong:Kong: and ,from WeiHai-We. '
r;
from Manila ,
t Taku, oa board the tiqn of ,af.T-f; olonged campaign,Ja contracting :
It is is
believed that fighting
little money that the, Dutch consul from the flames, the scalding steam constantly : ,
armored cruiser Brooklva. ; for. winter clothing and for.
., around Tien Tsin. ;; :;:
proceeding'
tick-
purchased second class steamship and the t
The secretary and Admiral !>owia- iorthem. raging waters of the creek Our' garrison'' here should be about CPS- -..._.*,; > -__- ,...! .,._
ets ; swollen by heavy rains into a torrent. "
shield The
rEturn i to the navy.department Annrarmy corps, ordered.oul <" .'
3,000 men. The following proclamation .
U where the tecessary orders.were Only nine persons were rescued..< is by'Bussiai;:',:nmber 52,100 men;with t.eightyfoin' .
to be issued forthwith:
CEXSOR.IlIu. .
CZAR A
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K one of them are seriously injured. ;"
uns.
The
.dispatched to AJrairal Bemey., Japan proposes to -
1'The admirals and senior naval offi-
I'effect: of this transfer is to snake Taka Stringent Rules For 3fewsp p r The wreck is said by railroad ,om- cers of the allied,powers ia China desire land 15,00f- roan on Chinese territory '. i.
Asiatic cials who visited the scene to the most .'
the
headquarters of the withia.a.furtnight. >
Correspondent to make known to all and ?
,.ron. The Brooklyn is expected IqUad-1 The Vienna 'correspondent' The disastrous in the history of the state. .aathorities along the coasts viceroys and rivers Among Die minor' military preparations .-' .;;;"t

,: ,at once, it possible, as the, London Daily Express>> 'says that the Only few moments were requiredto and in the cities and provinoeaof the TortugneW government.** :

contemplate getting the;,admiral oa Bnssiaa minister of the interior, M. H arouse the people of'MoDoaough to China that they intend to' use"'armed; Macao isliind of Macao,- :at the southwest \' :if
the fact that the most horrible railroad
the scene at the earliest moment. Sipagaiae, has issued the following in- force only/against the Boxers and peer entrance of Can ton river,,is;sanding ii.1
wreck the state had ever known had
arms to_Portuguese' in Can- -F
PEKIN WHOLLY ISOLATED. structions the guidance of newspa : ple that opI ose them on their march to ;
occurred within two miles of their :
:, Advices of Monday from London pers in dealing. with the far eastern I town. Pekia"to- rescue their.fellow',coaatrymen. have ton. .cabled The, ,.Germans Emperor William in. Hong to Hong ask ..:';. ;
situation
state! that the position of the international : The scene when they reached the it they may serve in the local forces in '!..r I

'" forces in t:ue section of northern Russian 1. tNo reference or to the movementof I place where the accident occurred beggared ABLE TO.PKESERTE PEACE. defense of:Hong Kong. .A [million ...'t .

x "'" China, where: 1 J,.,30\) men are sUiting troops bear warships.in mind that de-cription. All that' remained t rounds left' HOUR'Kong Monday ;for 'to ,:4 w
'. and the 2. Papers mast of the train was a mass of ruins that Minister TVa Tin,:Pant Delivers Beaasor- Taku ,the British Hai :
to keep a footing succor legatioas I by. steamer ;:.!"
the czar is, actuated only by a desire lag Messages'at Stara Department. '
in"the dim light appeared to be only a '
| in Pekia ..1 pears to increase in Loong. !
: to maintain peace and a good will of 8Dlinters.A Mr. Wa, the Chinese mIniater'called
j peril with ovcrr J'rtsh dispatch .Pekin mass The Shanghai rresponden\'ofThe::>> fide :; \>.
nations.
: ; the
band anong number of thrilling rescues were on Secretary Hay at the state department London Time ..Js the "
his Jot been from direct. .for about differences e following under ;?
<<: 3. No gossip made. The manner in which the only Thursday and .informed him Sunday's.... '1't';
fourteea
.. '" The last days.Bass'cU was one imploring- 1 among the powers that would be displeasing two women were rescued was remark- that he had received a dispatch from "A militaiv.sesays ; spoadeat at Taku, i};1

aid. Admiral Seymour's= column..pi to the government. able. Miss Mary B. Merritt is of the viceroy'of: the three great provinces that th.*'/:\. ations of the allies, ;.; ;.x
4. Xo criticism of Russian diplomacy of the lang Tse Kiang, saying that he r.
:f.2,000 was last hear from twelve days Boston, where she is a teacher in a are !>atI'eriDg'j-: ; want of a recog'r
.or of military or naval strategy. school of She and her felt himself perfectly able to keep the *<
oratory. pupil, sized head de! !
':a3o. At that ui a" it was surrounded should ; s organization i ..
editorial writers
"Fifth, Miss Clara .also of Boston had in his provinces and insure the "
Alden peace
,
5a"idway between PAin and Tien Tsia. the lack of !r nsort.. :;,,, ,
I. recollect that Russia is predestined to of the missionaries and l
Possibly tow i! ass reached Pekia. been visiting in Macon and 'were en safety foreign Mr. Sinder.a i1 ,:,-engineer, has ;AF
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predominate in Asia. Boston. Both that in conjunction with his colleaguesis
to
route occupied
Tien Tsin arrived at Clio !'c {) .
ionals at
; .the 3,003( inter /J !
: : be made between !
6. Comparisons may able to for the
Pullman. When answer preservationof
berths in the the
wire hard and fighting for The British -.:' Ferrible has arrived :: :
prersed
'Russian and foreign troops and f made found their end' and order in all the great .
tluftir lives on Thursday and a relieving plunge was they peace at"C::c ., Toku with the .r;
when unfavorable to foreigners I k
fore lessthan, thousand had been seamen" of the car almost entirely submerged. southera provinces. latest news -i follows: f,

'beaten back to Takn Friday. Observers Going upon the platform, which was RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT DEAD. "Eight .- a&hs and 200 ": ; ;,
an exhibition of nerve since the water Welsh FrL : effected i .. .,
.JU L. a jnac-
.. on tte spot think that 100,000 men FU5DS FOR HONOLULU .
'4, 'it was almost to their chinstheyclimbedto lion withJb .. .'sn..Gen -'
would not be too many to grasp China Foreign Minister Expired Suddenly From ;: an.and '.t.
firmly. United State. Coin Is Shipped to Islands the roof of the Pullman and walked Apoplexy While at Breakfast. Bussi&n forisi had be t1n cut off .;"> 't;

dated on Steamer. up the inolined car to the further end, The Russian Minister of Foreign by the fhu js ..D\.:-t nine miles from +{ "'t
A message from Shanghai China sailed from San where stood calling for help. "'
The steamer they Affairs, Count.Muravieff died suddenly Tien T It war proposed to delft'r";
'Sunday at 4 p. m. embodies some latex Francisco Friday for the Orient with a They were the first to be rescued. A at St. Petersburg Thursday morn- er an a::- upor. the Chinese forces ;'.,"

information. It says: large number of passengers, among rope was thrown, which each in turn ing. ,at Tien iu last night (Snnda .}" I ,

"Official Japanese telegrams cone them Macfarlen and Brenner, of the grasped and in that manner werecarried Caunt Muravieff had just finishedhis It is act'clear what forces united. It '; :

firm the reports of a defeat of the al treasury department, who have $?50,- safely to the point from which morning cup of coffee and had ordered would leem that: one relieving1 force :: ; ;

'lied forces at Tien Tsin. The foreiga. 000 in United States coin to deposit in the cars had fallen. his lunch when,, he fell ia an cut offs bad been relieved by another. ;:

w era there are placed in a most desperate thfe American bank at Honolulu. The The list of those killed is as follows: apoplectic fit and expired in a few At any rote, it., is appuentlycertain;: tw
institution will become the first na that the allies arrived in. sufficient ;r. ;
;F; situation. Passengers W. W. Iparks, W. F. rnnutes betweea 9 and 10 o'clock
if "Among those killed of the relief tional bank of Hawaii. The funds are Maddox, George W. Flournoy, W. J. Count Muravieff was the head of the force at Tien Tsia Sunday to attack .r'; ;

-i" force Friday was the commander other to be used in paying outstanding bonds Pate, Jesse Pate, aged 13, son of W. Bussiaa diplomatic service which.is the besiegiagjChiaeae.TTIU! .___ ; '

.t. majesty's ship Barfleur. Th foreIgn of 4 Hawaiians. J. Pate-all of Atlanta, Ga. admitted on all sides to be the moat Order Troops Home. W-N-i}

# 4sualities were 300. Blaze In Plttsburg. D. C. Hightower, Stockbridge, Ga. aggressive and successful in the world .As soon as Secretary Boot returas %$

{ Captain Beatty and Lieutenant Costly J. L. Florida, Nashville, Tenn. The marvelous success ,of Russia's to Washington'arrangements'will r .

\\i "Wright, British, have been severely Fire in Pittaburg, Pa., Friday, destroyed The crew-J. Sullivan engineerof Asiatic poKcy of territorical extension be made.for'the withdrawal of as many ,

.. wounded at Tien Tsin, according to a eight buildings in the princi I the wrecked train, Atlanta; W. A. in connection with the Trans-Biberian troops- can be spared from further

t... 'Shanghaidispatch to The London pal business block of the city causing Barclay, conductor; H. R.. Cress- railway and Pacific ports is largely terrices' Cuba., : **\

: ,Dally Express, dated Saturday. a loss aggregating 8250,000. man, conductor of Pullman on the due to him. ", i I'*'

I .':.. wrecked train; W. H. Green, fireman; .EXPERT -
ACT OF GOD" LUCAS 6ITEX LIFE SENTENCE. ., ,"81FBCIliG1eEBIAaptolid .. .. t
:; "DEATH TO FOBEIGJfEHS" "INEVITABLE W. W. Bennett, baggage master. t, '" ." .,

.".f' Employees of the road who'were oa :;. .'.1t. .Ie Open'tk' TanJMcr .it Za;= ,

,4[_. Importer I>!ft4 r.f *lasCWaa POlteell. It Ksptanatloa: of Railroad OSSelal B*. fatal train-J. H. Hunn cut, conductor For Third Tim VCr Is CMivlctod of **-. .-. ,-"_- -. Hats.'r u...,.._. _. y :,

I tit i;: t" By Ho..,.. gardln Tearful "Wr. k. Atlanta; J. E. Wood, conductor, Kllllatf His Kmplorw. j A.dispatch; from Frankiort.BT.: !

r At, Canton, China,. the boi.rs are Southern railway officials who couldbe Atlanta; G. Y. Griffith, supervisor, For the third time within a year says:;The inside. arealdoors'. of the r

: j-j : posting .inflammatory placards, of induced to talk about the wreck Flovilla, Ga.; W. B. Lawrence, fore- Will Lucas, colored has been declared cub Ga. W. O. Ellis
man, Stockbridge, ; urer's vaults the1 combinations of ,
: -which the following II.a sample: Ga., Saturday guilty of murdering Bobert F.,Davis, '
; McDonough, Ga. John
< near bridgeman, Stockbridge, ; which ;verelostwhetrtbr-new state
of DeKalb" "f
citizen ,
':, ;: '" "Kill all' 'Germans, French, night, were very guarded in their Brantley, fireman, Atlanta; J. H. an aged ooaaty, tr asuT: E-:: .took charge of the-office, "

]1:, : : 'Arterieaas and Engliah. To have tements, They claim that the Rhodes, flagman; W.. I. Morrissette, Ga.The wemt to the were opened Friday., Frankfort ,machinists iim
of the case :jury.shortly
-';. 'peace prevail in the hearts about wan doe to no inherent weak- repairer, Pocahontas, Ta; Ed Byrd, 11'' o'clock .Thursday, morniag had been at work,oa,the.doors
be A after
: l' ._ 1 people' all foreigners This end should can be at- 1 ellS In the solidity of. the roadbed or negro fireman; Robert Spencer?negro and three hours later a ,verdict 'of for.three days and made no progress:, '
r ':-driven out. spanning the creek: into .Dorter. + withouta recommendation Prida1'mornmg a message was sent to yv ,
be tree > <
#' !slued la few days it'we units Bodies of fotir'Rhitemen guilty, : '
a 'for
; .\. ,nMi "in *a. plunRed.. Super- TJaideatifled returned. Offing to the t fact that the penitentiary .< a coavictthat, -
/ :>. .. ',: .our strength. tut Jones, cf the Macon division ; one supposed to 'be' ,Robert 'was ,could blow open a safe; Frank Simmons ;.
Inte. evidence against theaegrowaslargely
i Y { '; i'l'he British amdlralty ba ordered the wreck occurred, refers Buchanan, of Atlanta, and one G.'M. the ; circumstaatial. .Caadler' .wasv'selected! by the prison .aathoritiesas _' ", #
1&: te more cmiiers to go to China. ,Tbi or..yhWh wall of bodies'of fire : Jadge the; the :*' Ha ,' ,
,; toibe affair as "one of the iaeritabla Se Chicago; sentenced Lucas to 'life 'imprisomentin but.man.lod: job ,: '
J. Represents an additional 50,003: toni, negro men. opened the safe'ia thirty minutes.. '. : '
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:cj'fe4 STARKE.FLA.FIODA3 The late Lady| t,,

: -- !:- -' -- ----------.-.-...;......;.,...-.-.-.-.-.-.-............... ,the author of "Annie Laurie*' -
lvo. > v ; .JUNE, .29, 1900. -- ------.--------. - -F.- Featlien. was an ardent 'Con vatlve. She ;: ,'I' :
L the 'Ostrich feathers, which have been of coal for ..
1 ;> Democratic State Ticket. .The m important features of! opposed the substitution ,.

This is the age of progress, and the Pot f overnor William Jennings. Democratic platform adopted at the resting chiefly_for ''a in time black are and to white be seenagain and heat and slates \ for and thatch:made on .herBerwickshire hercoacbman -- :; f"I.i:

.. t ; true man of the period never.comes.. to Jusi.k.e of .the Supreme Court- state convention in Jacksonville are become popular later in the sea- estate ii/{_
may ride postillion, regarding! a.:1 \
Fran; B. Carter. :
observes cic
a full stop;; Fuck. follows: ;
as IOn odious innovation. ,
of State--John L Craw- box driver as an : '
Secretary enthusiastically
"We most heartily and to the; dignity of a Scottish If
ford. indorse the declarations_of principles ,A Popular Accomplishment.Broad derogatory /h :I"
Buckwheat favor La- work in water colors is a gentlewoman. _. :"- {
cakes are being At lorney General .William ,B embodied in the platform adopted : .

in .the United.-States., The amount 'm!!!' by.the national ''oonventlo:of 'our. popular accomplishment of the mo- .".1.-ifii'....."! ...:I,

of buckwheatneed is, only about 1 Comptroller-W. B. Reynolds. party at Chicago in 189 ment.., The; aide of the brush is usedratherthan r' .... }". 'fo.r"......

one-halfof. what it iras thirty.flve ""rea8nre'r-I. R. Whitfield. "We most heartily and enthusiastically ; the point, making effect ArAD? :." ,
Flower '
1 of Public Instrnc- rather.than detail : ;
iperintendent fearless stand,taken paramount.
years:'ago, notwithstanding the in- I '?-W. N. Sheats.ooimissioner by the indorse great true the and brave leader and, designs are :particularly satisfactory. ,;:: 5&NCJES1.Dotted ,- a

: .. crease in'population.; ; i of Agriculture' E. friend of the people, I CoL. ,WiIHam':1.Bry made by; this process.' I .f:'f-, f.i.' .

'" .' -. Lin. D, on the great questions of principles A IXerttortoos P'acL organdy sprinkled 1ritb''i i. L,
Railroad Commissioner-John L. national which ; small embroidered floral is .-...
and of policy is fad sprays
miniatures
There is occasional evidence of progress .The wearing of a
: .- notwiU1at&nding.'the .Jorgan. have arisen since the adoption of the which has merits which all fads:do among the new all-overs. .tJ W 'lf
:in China P. Ra-
Comniitteeman '
National Chicago platform. Gold braid retty touch 'to.
of give :)
not possess.: ,,It is"a charming way ; a. '
conservative ,,policy\of. the empress. ; ney.Delegates "The enormous growth and influence carrying. a likeness of some:dearly,remembered many of the new gowns. It is, only,a, '; tt
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A telegrapti lice was;extended inside. to National of Alachua ConventionH. B. -S. of the power of the trusts .challenges "relative;"'or friend, enc iif .touch'at.the belt,,collar or yoke.. .} ;.!I'
H. McCreary; ;
the walls of .tbe."l orbidden city" for Liddon of Escambia; B. H.. Palmer, the attention of the people, one happens to.be rich in,these, ,beau- The pretty little 'threecorneredhats .;
time / chokes the prosperity ofthe, masses of tiful of art-, have a in trimped with white "
the first the other day. of Columbia J. E. Wolfe of Escam gms one "can fine straw ;
; the people, threatens the integrity and never-tiring array' of :decorative bau and are to b*seen.for ctrl ,.,
'J' ..... .-- bia; Charles Wright, of Hillsboro; J. of our institutions and ,pompons :
permanency' bles. There is about, min r
delicacy
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of Osceola R. D. Mcr a dren. Tk '
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W.
r the idea toabcha} Watson ; next to imperialism, presents the most iature pendants 'which''appeals to the of s\ :
Commenting on
; Donald 'of "Vblnsia; C. Gibbons of vital which must be settled at : There:are shorter coats j fancy -; :f'ailk"
w: the, trolley by substituting the hoi -i'. !j, Dnval.Alternatee. the coming question election. refined taste. And when the fashionfor 'then ;,which: rea h'onIy: ; to the knee/ ;. .t,

.less vehicle;the New York Wbrl i..., j :.-M.Jacoby, L. J. Beives, "We favor the reduction of ,the tariff ;wearfngthem'passes' : to, the ,wall,;why not in a but:they have the same style of, flowr ;-
: John J.McShone.George W. Reynolds, they D1&Ygo ; lug sleeve. j '
3> '1't
automobile
If the can .save thi vov i to a revenue basis, and- the putting sense of desuetude, but merely in an .
B. L. Anderson/J. L. Kirkpatrick, F. : of dark-blue cheviot :., t
try road from the trolley tract '* .. upon the free list of all articles the alternative usefulness. .'S Yachting: snits ,
A. Walpole/V. A<.File tPresidential 'of which fixed trusts made ',with'a bolero jacket and ;. ";,
are by or :
prices I '
-_ ; rf4.
render life in the country battev roll' .
M.
Electors-J. Barn ,
; monopolies.. Sind-Hearted Bin. Krng. trimmed with living. -- I of Duval, John'S. :B aid of Escambia, "We demand a prompt repeal of all A pretty story is told illustrating fetching,when worn wish a blouso'of %_

W-H. 'Ellis orOadsden and.. M. ,L..' the war. taxes: and a return to Demo- the kiad-heartedness'of Mine.'Kruger, ecru linen lawn embroidered in red or tfI:

Sir.Michael Hiek' ;Beach, the C-b.:.. ,, Williams of DeSoto.4 cratic-principles of'economy in governmental the wife of grim 'old Oom PauL, It yellow.and.blue. .". fJ,1.

.. Alternates-:W. H.Harris of Monroe, expenditures."We having been decided to place:a statueto Shirtwaist sets;with belt-buckles to I
eellor of the Exchequer a @f. i:
Hines
S. J. Hilburn of PutnamW.. favor graduated income tax, the President; of the South African match arein oxidized silver set with 'iioj :
the other'day said that; c _reat d. of Snmter and Daniel Campbell of
so levied as to produce a large part of Republic at Johannesburg, the completed rhinestones. A favorite design is a
to Great .Britain .was the growing I Walton. the revenues now raised by taxation design 'was submitted to ,his medallion bead, whichis;: repeated in ;,-,'

crease in.national expenditure, -. '... .: ; which falls heaviest on the poorer wife for her criticism. She was satisfied the small stud and ae round with the ,

might; lead,to'much xnitsry anion:< rue I Dnring'the closed season. several, of classes. with the work, but after a little"hesitation glittering atones., ] ''!{ : -:,., ,

working classes. the fishing captains, whose catchesare "We;favor the free unlimited and asked timidly if she might f, ;A,:new English aiuct just ,touches ;. t:

handled by 'the Florida Fish and independent coinage of both silver and make ''a suggestion. Following, a the ground at the back is less sloped ',tir o:. 1-: '

--- Ice Companyrwill take their familieson gold at a ratio of 16 to 1. We oppose prompt assent, she requested that 'a on its.., A>nt and side gores, and .is : / :..:
There is one ehurch 'fo' r ; :y 837: a. two.week.cruise; down!Jhe bay.' the delegation to national bunks of depression -might)be made in the top some inches fuller all around the,upper '!f'tt > 'l'"' ,, .

I people in'the:United HtaksBoston They will go*.out on-the various shar power to issue money based upon the ofthe head of the statue' that' .couldbe portion than any of the .skirt ':vf. t'Q(:: '

has one.forevery 160 of nr Copulation pies ''owned.by: 'companies, and credit of the United States. We maintain kept filled with water, :in order models in vogue for seasons.past. --f.ftt
:
it'until off. that the birds drink. The -' .
the'pleasure wears might
rough .that currency issued by the : suggestion '
and MinneapoU ,: f u r every French cashmere,' ;a very 'lightweight '
heeded and the statue, in
-. United States government is quite as was ,
of ladies cloth, and fine
1054. nople at '
,. Twentyfourr C. W."Carson,;well known in traus good as national bank currency basedon the market.place serves&kindly.purpose : French i flannel in son powder pink,
tend church: in the I'aSM Elates well :adorns 'publicagnare.Harper's
States bonds and as as .a.
United; directly ,
portation circle*,*and lately clerk in make.preU.hour.e blo' eL They are.

every. the steamship\; ,'is'in'jail eaves. to the people the interest now ,". Bazar.'i _' _- elaborately braided in white soutache, ,

at Jacksonville eharg with'the, embezzlement paid to,the national banks ,on'gOVerDI ; NeW'KUd Pf Skirt. and fastened with small. round pearl ;'

You no longer hear about "break ,of $385.- :It, is claimed I I ment bonds. A new model whf promises: to" .be' buttons.
that'Jbef ore going to New York recently v"The question of the removal of the is skirt thatop8n's. "Blackdiamond the novelty '
ing a will" or'"goin ;...? over awilL" a success a ; shojva : kid" is
Nowadays the he took cash from the'office; replacing seat of state. government and the question' 'panel on, ,eACh. .aidea.panel 'so ot: 'the;'hour. It is a substitute ; '
ifwiring. ; same amount with worthless forged .as to the holding. of a" .constitutional broad at the bottom that ,the.front patent-leather\ is softer more serviceable .l .
mm true interpretation of '. .- UL'Bui, checks for $300 securing the balance convention should be settled by ;
breadth'ol the skirt.hangs like long, ;-,and ir add not to crack. .jl
"whatever the name, the furl feeling by worthless checks on banks where, the white' Democratic electors of the loose tab. .This skirt Is prettiest This material will be used for high ast r ;.... .

: among the.heirs and ?ci(>-be heirs I:he.had, no account. He, is 'held: ,in/ state at a"primary election;to be heldat when 'made long .behind.' A -wool well as for low'shoes. Tan shoes will 14 =
$700 bail. Carson was' for in the time of holding _the Atate election ..,
t is just the same. years veiling of old China blue,:dotted with be worn in the :country. The latest J/
Maynard's ticket office and well knownto November' 6.,19oo'to be participated white is made in this ways ,The underskirt shade is"dull rusaet. .;l Y-

.. ,, "scalpers." \, in by only'white' Democrats which appears1' u"U 'side I The prettiest';things.in handkerchiefs ,..i' ,
Forty years ago the railway postal t .who in said'general election, shall '
panels is of white mpusseline de sole thosa in panne'velTet.. ... '
are \
.t. was practically '.known in have voted for the candidates of this shirred the bottom i '
system exoepat' ,
finely,
An ammonia tank exploded at the convention."We I SoOW- jhem are beautiful. One in
the United States and for teat matter .where the thin material forms a
r ;es"with purple pink shades and a w
let-
Sanford ice the week
factory, past ,sympathise with the patriotic
flounce. The wool skirt all .
:'. in other country. T -d"it ram- edged ; deep border' ting'eiag'on magenta, is
any ting loose 200 gallons of ammonia.' A. attempt of- the brave Boers to defend ,
... .ifications ...nd about by. a line of black cloth exqbroide'red l vely.'"!Others rot simpler designs.are .
reach 'C. thecom {
every no <: corner Dbnbney, president themselves and their republican:formof with gold one of the'fashionable

'"1;to',.>'.; not only of. America, oat every pany and TracyLewis, cliiefr'en ,:government t against the criminal trimmings :of, this 'season. 'stylish: The handkerchiefs are- m
sold for toll stocks and vests.
I ,
point in the civilized work.. gineer, had a narrow escape. All vegetation 'aggressions of the monarchical government The bodice ift nearly covered by a' M

:.. '-.... -.. I which the ammonia reached which first instigated the no- bertha collar of white lace finished bya One of-the dost satisfactory; skirt
'': I close to'the factory was covered with torious Jameson raid, and later frill of mousseline de soie that is models ;for'making up light sheer "

,:. The opening of an AmenCan'? corD. frost. The- damages were quickly re- sought in :vain for a decent pretext headed by a band of black and gold. wools for summerwear is cut in circular '

:.. kitchen at the Paris Fair,is most com aired. ,As the factory has two separ- upon.which: to institute a war of con shape, with. plain panel front '

'. mendable. Corn is the'greatest agricultural ate machines the supply,oi ice Baas not quest for.the'possession of gold mines medium wide aide plaits and a shapely
\ interfered with. lying within the territory of a weaker box-plait >at the back. The plaits-
.
product we have, and the one 'around
power. flare gracefully ; the bottomof
"\ ;.:' In which we have least cause to f eai Hon. Frederiek S. Morse agent for "We favor the prompt construction FAN.. the skirt which is cut with slight '

."": :. rivalry.. Its value as food ought tc .the land department of the Florida fortification and maintenance of the dip.
'
.1.r" be made known the'worldr. Nicaragua canal the United States Tattle dressing sacks
/r". to widelyas East Coast Railway has employed J. by ,morning jackets
.' possible S. Fredericks to survey several town government, independent of the cooperation Mrs. James G. Blaine is collecting ;:or whatever; one chooses to call
r ships of land west from :tittle'rrver'' or consent of any European her husband's letters for publicationin them,: n white are trimmed with bandrin

and lay it off in ten acre lots. Thereis government."We a biography. 'color showing a little flower design
*
.'" The manager of a company which a great demand for farming lands urge the amendment of the There is a total of 3518 'English: People who hate heirlooms in the 5 x

;:'. operates many. cotton ,factors in there, and buyers are selecting plots.as constitution of the United States, ao women who have taken a universitycourse : ,way of clothes may have children's. .

:'' : Japan said a few tUys ago while fast as they are staked out. as to provide for the election of United since 1880. aprons which belonged to their mothers ,
.
)')0.. States senators of the By the bequest of Miss Anna ,H. to heir =
.:. ; ,' making inquiries is.-q Orleans, that byrdirect vote -possibly grandmothers t
people. :Man, Providence, B. I., is to :'come trimmed: in this way. < '
;.'.;,:;i his company had decided to. buy dur Orlando has made an enviable reputation "In state affairs, we declare in favor into possession of about $200,000 for The new piques are attractive both

;"1.y. : ing the coming" tweUo_ months. not streets for and the substantial many miles sidewalks of clayed already of the most liberal support and devel- I the maintenance of Eager. Williams in quality and; .coloring, and in the-.
less than 1,000,000 bale ,*? American opment of the public school Park.
; 'y laid, but, to keep it current, the system shades blue, old rose, brown tan anti
i 5-1. cotton, 'ffhieh'Will betlhi irv3: Japan authorities have had streets re- pointing with pride to the record made One of Queen Victoria's most cherished pink are notably;;fine. They can be.
many '
t .' and souvenirs of her visit to Irelandis '
advance
insisting an energetic found in
upon and
; from that; city.Business clayed within the last few months.The dots stripes checks imbright
in the same direction. a large bouquet presented her by colors and in black and white..
'. -. *'We-JaTor a liberal policy toward : the Countess of Limerick on behalf of They are generally built on severelines

'.-;..:.'. eomn r titio.lwaYI Deniocrtie Gubernatorial NemllM'e. :the Florida state troops and the Florida -, those Irish women, whose husbands and are trimmed with stitched

"'tY"f" sharp, and it is the ". man-the oJ Illinois Judge Jennings born, who is a native of naval militia, and the encourage- are at the front in South Africa. bands of the same or a contrastingmaterial. :

: ,, was March 24. 1863 ment .of our citizen-soldiery in their Mrs Phoebe A. Hearst who has .
most capable-who ar' e wins. An ,
and removed to Florida in 1886, and '
patriotic service. done so much for the University ,ol
,l> evidence of capabilit > conducting a was admitted to the Florida bar in "We favor: municipal ownership of California is, in appearance rather a The new pale pastel shade brought ,u 1

.r j:,:. business is liberal ana purchase compelling Brooksvillb in May, 1886, and has all public utilities, pledging the passage fragile woman. She is often worn forward has. been in material for summer gowns .

., :,: advertising, says the Philadelphia since continued the practice of his -ol each laws and if necessary, out by her ceaseless activity and unwillingly sand. It has happfly one:advantage christened beech that .J';t ;
with marked
profession suceess. over
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{ Record. The merchant who such constitutional amendments as delegates her work for .as '
glistening substance it does .1;
.' Few men in the state have been will enable 8tanta. not make
; ::.. is the best advertiser is bound to be more conspicuously honored by the municipalities to acquire your eyes ache to regard the ...
and Miss Ida Bennett '
all such and
own operate utilities Miller.: the first
.if the most suece ssfnl. community than Judge Jennings: who the passage of such laws as will until woman who,ever sat in a territorial sand" ladies'cloth or crepon frocks. .i t
+ has been circuit ceurt commissioner, such convention It is a cool color very pretty and .;] t.
A:, ownership, prohibit the grant- political is the daughter suitable for hot'
!k1.>: It is 'a common facetious remark county judge :alderman president of ing of municipal franchises for of a wealthy stock farmer. She has woolen cloth of weather'beach-sand'wear. A thin. :1 J
the Brooksville town council, and makes .1.'iJ ::
that widows than more than a limited term of years, Choctaw blood in her veins and helda .
more single ideal
marry an summer frock
chairman the .
of local board of school < i
and without the consent of the mu- place by proxy ajc the recent Republican '
){ ',
: women. In China, however, it is the trustees. So much talk about ;1 }
nicipal electors expressed at an elee- Convention for the election. cf new style ofcoiffure : :
,, ; zule of good'society that widows do In 1893 he was elected a member of national delegates at Purcell L.T. ought to bring some results. "W t '

t 0+:; .not remarry. They are not forbidden the- legislature, and was also sent to tion."We favor such constitutional In La Grange, HI., two,hul1dred Certainly the stuffed pompadour has "

:., : -:- by law,to do so, but they arethought Tallahassee two years later, when heW amendment as may be necessary to women voted and elected their school lost every title to distinction since its ,' "

'ji 3, more highly,of if theydo not. 8 elected speaker.: !'In 1893 of the he'was house made ofrepresentatives. provide ate franchises for the and taxation of all inheritance corpora ticket Mrs. Slotherwer and Miss the use coil has becomj low on>":ithe so common nape of,'the and neck now. ;. : :-

,'f. In order to encourage: them-.the r government'when' a presidential elector.and, two year gift and devise a tax: upon at Mary Warren Scsce are.In Mt.on Yernon the School six Board is in contempktXoar; : in fact. it is seen, ....,;tf ,,:;'
women :
have later was chairman of the Democraticstate here'and: : there '
they passed'the J
They hairia'parteL
"We ;
declare
the present condition have been placed on the Library: :
age (fifty- and have not'Temamed, convention. of the supreme court docket to be intolerable I. Board. There are three women Inthe.,middlo'slid: ; brushed.low.over :: I
., confers them tablet containing" .- the in in. i is'soft loop at eather"f
, 'on a a long delays getting among the twelve trustees of the aide and back
\. :eulogy their virtues., Robert J. Baunerman manager of decisions amounting to practical de- State University. from the temples with 'i-J:'Stf. '.
the Santa Maria tobacco plantation of nial of justice. This condition has so A woman was elected Treasurer. of partially. carried..ftuffinesa 'which.
the Gadsden long existed that it gives broad effect to the face. .
County Syndicate has appears impossible i
at.the '
Fairplay recent
that : elections
It is estimated at the present municipal
'" cut from a six-acre field, grown nnder'cheese' without additional constitutional in Colorado. Another "A pretty way h which black velvet

.; .. rate of consumption there 'is pine cloth and irrigated, without provision, to remedy it, and we favor chosen Town.Treasurer of Como one, was and is put around ',the 'waist ,of onewhite

.enough. ; in, Northern, Minnesota'to l last, fertilizers, a stalk eight feet long such change of constitution and I another was elected .Town 'Clerk of gown is.worth repeating. ,Thereare P1

, from ,-- otoforty: years. With which'was placed on exhibition at the statute as will promptly' remedy the Cretfde. In Silverton women were three row* Jof;:, hei.inch wide

.a reasonable conservation of the-for Tallahassee National Bank. This to intolerable condition. To that end we chosen Treasurer and,Clerk, bothonthe velvet .At :''the#ont of the waist '
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.bacco'f.was' set out April, 20 and ,cut recommend that three additional justices Citizens ticket the Democrats they are close together,,giving 'theeffect
r sets, the establishment. Northern ;
: a June! ;20, and is a fair sample' of the of that .court_shall be provided elected all the other officers.An of.one p 4e of Inch-and-ahaltwide
s Minnesota. ,forest park, and'the adoption 'entire; field. The stalk 'contains ,32 and' that'the court shall be divided .international re1yet.: U4t,from there,":they

,of forestry. ,systematically, undertaken leaves and not ,a bug hole 'can ,be into two'division, each having powerto has' been started v club' for' women'artists : gradnally'eeparale.until in the'middle '
in
v :; as,is.now proposed the North.- found in one of them. ,. The tobacco is decide and to dispose, of cases under : It ia to have as its object ,the Europe. of. the back'theyi,are their o.-n width? '
of the Sumatra variety, and experts such regulations as be oppor apart and are fastened eaca.with a. '
ern :Minnesota woods should furnish may pre- tunity of enabling
estimate that' the crop will yield'1,300 scribed by law or the rules of laid women artists of tiny black bob;; It gives a pretty .'
various .g-
timber and countries to ,become
9. a revenue to the common known little corselet.'eU
pounds : and is
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x -srealth for'an limited time. ... II I .not only locally but internationally. ingly siaple.. :J ..
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slES'v low Slite Pencils Are Made. '
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FOREI6NERSMASSACRED TO WOMEN WHO
is Elate pencil were formerly all Ctrl exclaimed '-Growells the

from solid slate just as It' Is dugfrom : evening when he cam,h,.ae. r .
the earth but pencils so made were objected more evidence of crooked w'irk E'reI7l1dnfDc w.maa' Ihaald a.;
R p ,., Letter and ConTiacd. UaMI"I.Ir ,
to account of the which '
on grit I here. .
; m'a T. cabJ. C.mpoaMCar. :
t they contain and which would scratch John what do' you mean. ?" :F.mal. W.do-I., '
the'slate. To overcome this difficulty,. I:" his astonished better half. .
CoL D. M. Stewart of Chattanooga. .*you can'.aec iTe me, madam MI have been-troubled- with fe< $
Tenn, devised and patented ,aa in- ed. "You have been trying weakness In Its worst form fut [ 'j,,i

Unverified Reports to That Effect genlous process by which the,tltte Is !I e nails again."-Chicago News. about ten years. I had lencorrhcesv.:'; tend
t ground to a.very, fine powder 8U.&TIt was so weak that I could not'
{ Received and foreign substances removed,' an4. .Medical' Book.Free. do, my ,housework.. I ,also had faQ
In
London. the powder bolted through silk ,;-clotti I: ThyBtif"" a -book 'for men only icpr of the womb and inflammation tit J
,;postpaid,.sealed, to male womb and'ovaries
In much the same manner as 'flour..Ii any ihi :
mentioning this paper; 6c. for post
bolted. Tbe powder to then made'Into :. and at menstrual
8cieo.ee .of life or Self-Preser '
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Qr STILL FIGHTING AT TIEN TSIN a dough and this dough' Is subjected tc the Gold Medal Prize Treatise the periods- suffered ter : ,
a very hey hydraulic press liei.which"I.; Book of this or any age, 370 I' 'bly.At" times my._ ;,1
presses the pencil out tbe' ,rexjutaed engravings and prescriptions. back would ache r
shape and diameter ,but.in lengths ol ....paper OO. AddMss eovers..the Library Peabody Edition Med very .-1 could I +!I!

Eight Hundred Americans'Said to about three feet While yet soft the No..4 Bnfflnch St., Boston not lift anything ;1
Have the oldest and best in this country. or do,:any:heavy- is ;
Arrived On the Scene pencils are cut Into the desired lengthsand .,
o-darfor these books;keys to health. 0
set out to dry-te.the open air. After : work; waanotable 1"
i. : ) and Are Taking Part.iF stand feet.My .
. to on
my.
they are thorojghly'dry: :the peach Little Encouragement. cj I
'\ are placed in steam baking kilns, where. yoa mind little *temporary husband spent 1 l
fir' tbW receive the proper temper. Pencils aee, dear;a few years of poverty when hundredaofdoUazs Pi;
: "Eight hundred Americans are tab met for doctors but ,;
nw'i
: made in this manner are not only Good gracious Don't;you expect to UTS I
1P. i ''t) lug part In the fight at Tien Tin" free.from all grit, and of uniform hardness er than thaiT'-LU e. they did me no :::

!5# Bays the Shanghai correspondent of the but,are stronger than those 'cutout To Core a Cold In One Dar: good. After a time .
London Daily Exprew, cabling of the solid slate.' For jtbeee reasons -. *BBOO Qunmm TABUTS. All I concluded to try your medicine ana !!"
Ii' 1 : Friday they have,entirely superseded : ,. refund' tile money If it falls to cure. '.I can truly'say it does all that yeti i:;
,,. "and & 1a box. 2Sc.
evening signature on each -
they form ,
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apparently apart old kind.-:Tbe. Manufacturer.ifiertastni claim for it to do. r"
t of a $supplementary, arriving How.. Happened.' Ten bottles of Lydia E. PinkhamV'$ l ..:,

with Germans and ,Britisb after the Growth of Fruit Trees were defeated for this senatorshlpt" Vegetable Compound and seven pack*'. :: -
I111iot/ tarted.. It impoadbk to : "How did It BappenT" "Oh,-It was a ot Sanative Wash have.made :.
r' Barnyard manure Increases the. (It forjjettolneas. .1h&4m7pl&Daa11 ages : a ; ..
estimate the number of Chinese but when I got tt the eapitol }ust before new w.manof, me. I have;.had no .. .
wood of all "
growth nearly fruit trees .
bee&n..I found 1 4 .
forgottenmr
:
they "had a surprising number .of while) potash tends to Increase'the suit ,andl'hand't more than t5,000or :womb trouble since. taking the fifth ,. !
gnns. my pocket"Chlcafo ETenlnf. Port. bottle. Iigh more- than I hue in ; 1
growth and flavor.as welL Without 1
1;' .: This, information: appears to* bare new)growth of wood: ev&y.yethe "lIm use* the'best'of '. years ; :- n I t ill my,own.,houseworicv : .
fC ; been brought by i the United Staten ; QMS Carter's Ink.;H. .knowi'. sleep well, have a'good 'appetite' and I
,
? !: gunboat Nashville to Che Foo and telegraphed prospect of getting. a crop ,ol fruitwould now feet ilfa'is worth living. X : .1
: ,be greatly re uood. All tills Natural Sequence. '
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thence to all E. Pinkham's
; Shanghai. The owe U Vegeta. :
,sb ws.. that in order to get the best Robert: Grant's 'TJnleaTen- .. i.
say story
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:1i1; Chinese are deserting Shanghai in 'i,selling extenalTely." ble CoJ': feel that it has saved : : i
fruit
we should look .
out for the interests
large numbers and going into the in- u naturally, brings in the donga."- my life am 'd not be without it forvays'glad .;,;, \ !
: tenor. Reports from, native 8OUroeeI elf the tree oy applying the Propel'amount ; ilatoDealer. .. anythicjrmend to recom*: :;.r 1;

continue to reach Shanghai of anarchy of barnyard manage' and to permanently. cured. Nofluornemms- ,01T to slimy. ieir for I.i. I sl.I,a. 1
look.out. for the quality of the trait ., first d y'.nee of Dr. JtUne's,Great ._ -,', .,
x in.Pekin.. According to.these tales theatreetjs wen : .$2 trial bottle and treatise free. know 11.04..' T. Your:0;. .. :...., ,.: ,
if are filled,,day and night withBoxers as by supplying the cooeptamount Kuxs, Ltd;,081 Arch 8t; Phlla,:PajwkI.Ceif they.i twJ! 1.tt-MBS: ASDa1' ; ("' ;:.
"I 0 '.. '" of potash to the soil. .. .. ,
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',. who are wholly beyond the : '- THOMPSON, feCl :" $prings,-Ark'. .* : j :
: ,7'> control of the Chinese troops and who &e Fsfli, .. 3Heation '

:'.*!{:- we working themselves: to a frenzy :A'rLAft..GA., Oot lt.,.*99. bravest: mantbe'ivorld'.waa'; : ;
up
Jt .. and! clamoring for the death of all for Allow Tetterioe me to thank you for the good ;; never brave'enpngh-:a4mlt I ::1EPARS: ) !:
I I has done me., Four
x your '
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,"u ., eigners. 'friendsthat .tile.w.E. lt.- ,,5: "
,A boxes cored me of a case of Tatter : .- t:
' special dispatchfrom Shanghai 'r.
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-after trying specialists.and.spending I
"" i ,,::$!;. :was received reported in London from' Japanese'Friday saying sources it several hundred dollars and getting no .; relief fronr the'pain and" BRISTLE T'V} E:;, :3ABBIT, & ,,.. t': .; I

: .tt1J/ benefit from,.them.-Henry W. Johnson l v. nlel of diseases of, FOB AMI sitr OF 8m. ;
: that 1,500 foreigners have been ,
J, manacred 281|, Marietta street. 50 cents r'- ENGINES BOILERS AND PRESSES. .' :>: [
j' :: at Tien Teen caused, great com- -v the'eye when. .! ; : : 1
. ) '} A men ,;bat.the statement lacked-officia1coofirmatiob. box at druggists,'or by mail from 'Jj ,_'.__' i : AcA fUpalr! tor same Shafting. Pan.,*. !
ti( T.'Ehuptrine, Savannah, Ga."' ,-;"" ;. 't Belting,Injector -i?+\ 7 lres and Titttagki.: : .
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,, : ':!t .On'June 17 the Chinese shelled the :.,.: ..;i "11.- 1"4. \i LOMBARD IRONAOFIS,;\!( & SUPPLY co, : }

foreign settlement and the Chinese FOOD FORFIA'OERS. ... J
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t military college was !attacked' --.n -, : .. ,
by. a ; : :0' --, .. .,
" 1P. nixed.force of 175 Austrians, British. FasMoa Prohibits the Use of Forks For -
. '.t ,.:. German and,Italians. They destroyed Certain Articles. Eye'Salve; ACENTSVANTED' 'J';'. ';:" .

e ;)!,, the'guns and burned the college which There have always been certain ar- For Cram'of .M enltlc 1 Map United Stnttfi and World Lures : j
: tioles of food for which the ,use of has been and most beautiful Map publication' ...r :

:. forks, etc., seemed superfluous, and for L'r! P.erly applied I Sufferers prtntedoa. Price one sbeeL low. .Exclusive It shows terrltorr.all the rconfcchAnres. Bnt.PKOFIT ;.' : '

:..tt. t >ussians, with their four.heavy which fashion permitted the use of fingers .felt it was worth a hue- TO 8itE8: L" J Also the ttaest line. ot' i
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beautiful eIUnCHARTS. sun Mus' \
quick
] : did excellent service. The -
guns even In.the most'particular.dining, times'the plight cost of and V AXIIT Bnun ever le.ued.Write for t.rma- "
I' J British 10.,1"aI one man killed and the Boston Herald. Occasionally and circulars showing what our salesmen ari .
{rr r fire men wuunded. The Germans had says new. dishes 'are added to the list to -Salve:to ,experience- such 4oInlt. Bm>GINS Pr
"oue killed, the Italians had five men ., ,
which the old-time ,
; expression applies NSW DISCOVEKT '<
PS" ; *.M
wounded and the Russians had DR ..
seven relief .4 ftI'M wo '
were
made before forks"and
.fingers 25 cents. All
: men killed and five wounded. : drugjists.-; _. Book ot_tdmoaial'a 1O 4ayi tjMtmaOee. > .
it is generally! understood that, In Dr. E. K.. ecsui'l IOHI.'M ..AUuta.... .'
''tPI.: :HALL & RUCKEL \,
telegraphed : '
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' spite of the ever-multiplying variety r":;, ." 1848. ..' L t'dODl this Papa;iwrwnq to adeer'tts6r L 1\
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; 1 4 formation ,Tien TsinrJnne .of forks, tongs and spoons Cor. use Axod900.43 ., .i
i aa 't> 20th with every conceivable object on the I ;
fighting was proceeding'and re-
c t4 enforcementsthat wereat required.v table, there are certain edibles which : '- : "r

The consuls at Shanghai still,\'be- It is far better to eat with the fingers. lCHETER: i _

:.fh; : the foreign; ministers at Pekin While a few independent people dare ;

t' \. :. Cafe, although Japanese reports'', received set aside the fashionable proprieties, .a ,: T"MW ,RIVAL. .. .' 1 j;
t t at Shanghai allege that up to many others will do as they know they J :. .J
i, June 15th 100 foreigners had been are expected. As a rule sugar tongs .: : FACTORY LOADED 'SHOTGUN SHELLS
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killed in Pekin. are passed with block sugar, but, as a ,
It is reported that the British government diner out once said, "I prefer to use Neetect prwdr absilsos, 'a. ata.rfcct o rtth the "NEW r -/AL1 ta aoW.SanUraaadwaterprooL ,
' .. smog sheotsg qIMIItIea. Get L.uIIftUI1Da. I
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will immediately end 1,500 my fingers, for if you are not .Just so : :

marines to China and possibly, accord; 'careful it drops with a splurge, whichis l ., E8iFM. EPEATWfl ARMS CO. fca Ra.ec, Coa. : ,
-
ing to some of the morning papers, :very humiliating." I
: 10,000 of the regulars now with Lord .
Olives should be eaten with the "
Roberta fingers; any 'attempt to use a fork is 11.ioiSii.iSisioii. .' :

WELL SEND TROOPS TO CHINA. foolish.. When passed they should de '.

x Washington special says: The only (dIpped out with the spadeUke spoon : There is no end of :
fI pews from China laid before the cabinet accompanying, then dropped on the -
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meeting Friday was a telegram bread and ,butter plate and carried to j ,

to the secretary the navy giving the mouth with the thumb and !.ore- Old CherootsS :
11 the movements of vessels in Chinese finger. () 8 Virginia l' .J

!, 1, trate'a.. The text of the message, Bread, toast and all kinds of small : 1

t'' however, was not made public. cakes should be' taken in the fingers, .
That the president and the members there is finished end. t
as well as cheese though some very to waste, as no to / \
of the cabinet the
situation
regard
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:
particular people use a fork with the .
it' in China as extremely critical is l I t

s in, shown by the fact that preliminary II I latter.At .the moat fashionable lunoheons cut off and throw away. When you .. : t t .

preparations are being made to send
r fclgh-l>red dames may be seentaking 2 Old Cheroot for : f
additional in three
Forward troops case of buy Virginia
; need. j 1 I the (leg or small pieces of a bird in their,, :' .

t-A ieiegram was ieni ta>> General fingers, though this is. one of the dis have smoke : .1 4
; T MacArthur Friday afternoon askingLim pttcd po 5tS. It will be noticed usually been- I = five cents, you more to : ; j. :
have
that those who always
t'. how large a force he can spare accustomed to good society are not so and of better quality than have =
should it become necessary to send : : ,. you : .: .
,1\ them to China. afraid to use their fingers as those who

.:: '1 The administration is endeavoring Tear to do something improper. when you pay fifteen cents for three '; .:: .\
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;, to stimulate the dispatch of troops and :
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': naval re-enforcements to China to meet _.. 1 '. :.
t Five Cent j
::; Iff the emergen&y at Tien Tsin. Tbe n'I ,h' t cigars. .
L l :; lem rpene1; described' in Admiral Vf? ;

t KempfiTs dispatches has led the war 0..t JIII IIo..Thus Hii d taaaseoPeurd.Taeof"oooD : Threw hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this = .
j! : :rII department to make an extra effort to ....*. OJN "..**** sadIStaty ( '
LUCK"BaUnc Powder was sold and chipped .. year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3for.5.cents. 4.1 ;r :
::\) hurry.forward the Ninth regiment to ttwwfcoleMl*Wes 4nrtet month el Dwwnbcr.IBW. .
: from Luzon tc Taku.** The"war department .or at the rate at Mm miHlaa pound*.. yra'r.hill' .
: isnow determined that this tj TilIOUmW IIIIF1CICIS I>>.UIIZIIC.: fL _'.I-I'.I I..

i" movement shall.be hastened. ;
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I' :' There is also good reason: to believe .

:. that ,the authorities'will. dispatch at BOILER FLUES : ; 42 I1NIJTES; SECONDS: : i.
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I "Jc&at'one:other' regiment,from Manila "
J to China with the least possible delay. t 'HE reason-we can.sell tilt ** ita' only"dollar or so '. ,r

i' I'i .sf The United States consulate at Tien Pipe AND Fittings << more than cheap work is because we make to many *

Tsin.which late ..JiewsJadvioei report of them. We averaged.year a complete bogfyi ,
-t; ..Y,' to hare been destroyed, is situated far Six Car Loads la Stock. i every 41 mlHotes sad 14 ........ $1.00 per Job proflt I

'f up on the Meadows road, which runs Cut and Ship .Quick. ,8 .' ,at that rate counts Why pay big. profits whan the Mat .
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ilia reacholyoa? -- !
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i ;up from ,the Pel .H1)'river' Directly LOMBAELD
.f through the center of he town. ,It is ROCK HlU.'T.o'
i t. Foundry,Machine and Boiler Worts andSgpflj .. wtr Afmt_write tfirMt._ + ." i
far removed, from any of the other ,
,'1' consulates and practically isolated Sore., ; -. Angina,Ga.. ." _',:__.' ij
,:' ; from all other foreign buildingsAreeeat'censntof
: '" .Tien Tsin shows ,
I the foreign 'population i;Ito be about
!. 110'AmerisansV"hus '
'_ 1,0001peraons. including -

.* ,;< : ::; the report front Japanese .J ,
,1 sources that 1,500 foreigners at'Tien .
l '; 'Tsin had been massacred would seem .

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Jtb 'KINtEY AND ROOSEVELT JENNIN IS NAME1KBy .BRYAN BREAKS '.f i The,Enline's'*medal*"JOT' New the$Tar'" esent-MedAl.:8ouUa..

; African ,campaign,iv: !l' be:#tbe moat'
... ,;3, alla the issued
,, &. ... expensive mostornate w
,h--*, Dsmocrats Florida .as, '9.1ndidate -' r LONG SILENCE by the war office.in'raj<5ent years. The
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medal proper; is a tive| -pointed star,

I l t Unanimously: Nominated Standard For Governor ..ith'.a 'g61d ;.centre 'Inn-rounded by'aring'ot.
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; / & bronze, "on' which ,the words,
> ** "South''Africayapp&r'' id raised let- '

.l v *- : Bearers of. Republican Party. E ORTT-FOUR BALLOTS WEEE TAKE. Nebraskan Talks of Platform" ters. ,In the centre" of.Jail is a miniature

/ cf the queen., The niedal is the same

,,i'f and the size as the khediv l star ,of 1881.
VicePresidency.Wilt '
:
/;, List of Other State Officer Nominatedat The rlbbpn;:is of::'fot .colors, a'stripe' ti

':,i/' 5;,-, Foraker_ Sets the Convention Wild "Teddy" At Last BowsTo the Will the State ConTention Held of khaki in the centre, ,two of white

; : : n.f >* t "- and one:.a'cbof; red gnd.blue* There '
; laThe ).ekaoDTl1le: '
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:' When.Name of McKinley of the Party ktc'KlnJey's ... .REAFFIRM- OLD PRINCIPLES will probably be a 'bar granted for

T. ', '. each important engagement-Scottish!
.. ,.Was Presented. Running Mate. Democratic
-t.: ;* Florida state, convention American. '.1"l

', ;' nominated Hon. William 8,, No flodification Will Be Entertained 4 F

t .t.William. McKinley was nominated Governor Roosevelt, of New York, is Jennings as candidate for governor. But Other Blanks Will Cutting the Curd. t
1st
caution
., ..:' by t1 I-e:'national Republican convention the Republican nominee for vice president On the thirtieth ballot stampedewas Beaded 'to Document.Hon. Extreme required In cut-
Mays'his vote being tig cheese curd.so. as to avoid breakIng -
,
*t Philadelphia Thursday afternoon by of the United Siates.hTeddy" attempted-for
1 f] jumped .up from 33 to 122}. His or bruising; It. The knife must be
unanimous vote. was gives the nomination without the drawn from .Beggs, My- sharp and 'there must be no dragging; ,_.
strength
was '
William J: Bryan, in an an- .
':1 i. J'There' was, .a.;great demonstration asking. His victory was complete. No ers and Milton,.ocly 14 votes leaving or nagged surface Use the horizontal :fS",

'when 'the result, of the vote was other name was mentioned. The convention Jennings in the stampede.. Myers thorized interview' given to an' Omaha steel knife lei. thwlse, going from end 1" :!

.. :announced., dropped out of the race after the World-Herald correspondent Monday, ,! to end of vat and then use the vertical ; '
went wild for him from the
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formal, knife.' After this has been done. run ".
-- thirtieth bajlot, though no broke his long silence on the,questionof K

,v a -v.., beginning to the end. withdrawal was made. the platform to be adopted at Kansas the. vertical knife through the curd j"',) r f<
< Before order ,restored after the withdrew cross the vat from to Bide. '
.:' was On the forty-first ballot Mays 4th 'and the candidate jde _. The :-.f.
City July ,,
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nomination of McKinley, Mr. 'Lodge .in favor of Milton; on the forty-. for vice president. curd should then be la half-Inch cubes. f 1'

warned the and demonstrative tird.ballot Beggs withdrew, and on, .
noisy' 'Mr. asked 'whether he
'. the forty-fourth ballot William S. Jennings Bryan was 'World'to End!Tltla Year ,,#
;
u throng that there was some vital busi- received the required two-thirds could say anything 'in .regard to the This la the recent decision,of one of the J.

ness to be done, and announced that vote and his nomination'was : made platform to be- adopted at.Kansas City, prominent societies of the world but the exact t;
He replied: day has net yet been axedupon; and ;;.
the call of states would for unanimous amid 'a scene of wild en
proceed "No one-'of course, can 'say"whatlanguage while there are very few,people who believe ;S t 55.litspredictlon
nominations for the vice presidency.As thusiasm. .therearethousandsofothers
nominee will be used in setting forth .who not only believe,but know that Hostet- '
The is a first cousin of Wil-
the nameof: Alabama calledon
was the but idea can t Stomach to
party principles, some Bitters Is he best medicine
,, the roll of states for the nomination liam Jennings Bryan of Nebraska: be obtained as to 'the general tenor*:of sure dyspepsia Judges: tiin.constipation.blli-
c. of candidates Florida in 1886. He is thirtysevenyears : c
.t"\ dency the announcement was, made in the.state conventions. .
'. I
'' old. -'
that Alabama would yield to Iowa to '
,', "As of the delegates '
a large majority i
present's candidate. Chairman Lodge ,The' following sinter officers'werenominated : BllgbtlT allied.
hare'been elected conventions ;
: ''Francis Bicar, justice of by Manager-"WtU, bare you the program all
then :recognized 'Colonel .LaPayettkYoung which reaffirmed the Chicago platform, 'fixed for next Monday's concert?"
; one of the Iowa delegates at the supreme court;John L. Crawford it is safe-to that the 'Kansas -,Aslii4ntThe program'* all right, but
secretary of state r W. H. Reynolds, assume .:'tiere'aanotlitr row among the artists." $
and :editor of the Des Moines
large, '*
ty City platform will reaffirm the Chicago, J&lIlI4er-"Whac are they fussing about? g;
j_ Iowa; .Capital. > comptroller; W. B. Lamar, attorney. platform, and will contain noth- Assistant-"About whose torn It U to be too
general. 111 to appear.-ttd Bit,
withdrew the 'name of Dolliver
I
; ing which can be construed as a surer
and offered that,of Roosevelt. The W. N. Sheats, superintendent of
render modification of
c'olonel.was in"Cuba at the time Roose- public instruction or t'.Iat'plat-
form the issues. Iii is t
on old equally
l 'i Ik elf led,his rough'riders San Hon. B. E. McLin, commissioner MHIKC =
A :y up Joan of certain that there will be a strong and
hill;and' his reference to the governor'scampaign'was agriculture. definite plank against the 'trusts.',
John L. Morgan, railroad commis
eloquent. sioner. I There is also no doubt that the plank your mirror A
.
The demonstratiou'which, followed will be 'clear and TakeS
IV against imperialism' : today.
and officials hold
"' *The governor state
the'Governor'Rooseveltlas announcement b '.'Young; office for four explicit. ,Militarism will be denounced S last look at x,
of, the,"can diI00O. years. and or.the Boers ;
sympathy expressed :
of Tallahassee :
Judge George P.-Raney, .your gray
b07rt1St; 1DOO, by C'ittkt 3tey; chosen the Florida This much'is evident from -*hat has .hair. It
was mem- sure
1. : "' ..... '
PBXBIDEtiTy" alreadttaken 'place. .
ber of 'the national: Democratic corn- ly maybe
,- -- -- You Have refused to, discuss the ,
The delegates shoaled 'hcmselves tee.This vice heretofore Mr the last, if,
is the, last state Democratic presidency ;Bryan.Is :
'
: hoarse;and flags auJ plum waved convention that will be. held;.in Flor- there any truth in the rumor that a you.vaql ,,
'. <, r-x p vice president will be ,chosen .whose you a:
thousands ida for'
; an1 the
-wildly, .eering: stamp. many years, probably as Y.-85Ift'so.' '' r '
views on the moneyquestion' will be : ; : :
their feet th 2-. ir demonstrating platform adopted provides for prima.
ing
on : r
< "
y A a ries ior.TJnited ''States, senator down. attractive to those -who' opposed. the. "c your gray .
their enth.lasrn. f \ ticket in '96?, S hair a: week"longer than.:

>.t x The nominating speeches began ear BRYAN 01 PLATFORM. "It is true that I have refused to 1 you wish. 'There's .no' .

'; ly. The conventic'n opeoed after 10 discuss the 'vice presidency" replied' 'guesswork, .about this b t
o'clock, and, with a fow preliminaries Nebraskan Glree Hie Opinion of tjie Republican Mr.. Bryan, "and I do not 'care to dos ;
Jt't
out of the way, the SiOs hes began. Document. now,'further than, to.;say that'I assume : sure every" time.'-
Chairman Lodge advanced to the "W.hen'asked his opinion the Philadelphia that the-candidate nominated for, To re-

front of the platform t-.d said: platform.Colonel Bryan said:' vice president will be in-harmony'with storecolor v,

k: "Under the rule ainations for '"The Philadelphia platform is the the platform. to. g, g

the office of preside .' tko United I best'evidence thus far given of the deception "The vice president not only presidesover .pair
States are now in orde; the senate while the:president is '
_attempted bythe Republican ,
a There was a moi:iutary silence, } party. Taking in connection with the alive, but assumes the office of. president ii&ira

f punctured by the aunt'-irK-pracat: speeches made at the convention, it in case'of the president's death, "

"The state of Ala"Hum is recog- shows. that I the Republican party's and it is hardly possible that delegatesto ,.:.Afterusing :
'> nized." a national convention would write a !it visor
)
platform ,of [1896 was a deliberate ; : x
:- }. :;' 'A'taU and swarthy _'-jiyjonan stood fraud as far as the promises of international : platform and then select for either' for two_ 4'c,.

.,::\.: on his chair and by pie-arrangement I 'bimettalism was concerned; place oo a ticket a man who would repudiate ',or three: weeks j notice how
'... answered: the platform.. No man,worthy
that'the attitude the trust i ii tmuch
party's on
:? r ,younger you appear -
i\ "Alabama yields to ''nio. 'question, 'is insincere and that the to le considered for such an office I

t'; This was the signal'for the recogni; i i party is not willing to state its attitude -.1 would accept, a nomination upon a ,: ten ,years younger tat
least.Ayer.'s:
_. :':j ition of Senator Foraker, who ,was to : the and platform repugnant to his ,views on ;
on Philippine question
*. 5.-:(' .amake the speech :re-nominating Mr: V' Copyright by Rockweod.'tt..Y'1TBECDOBE invite, the judgment of the people." any' important issue. Hair Vigor also ; '

:' ',,;' :McKinley as the Republican candidate "In every campaign men support a cures dandruff, prevents -
> ::" \''' odor president. Then*the cheers began BOOSETELT.date FILIPINOS WIN VICTORY ticket without approving allthe, plat- falling of the hair, makes .. '

;,-:..';.'. and a wild scene ensued. i- form, but no one can defend a platform I hair grow, and is a splendid t
J..: -';:: His announcement that the nomination of the young men of tho country An American Detachment Is Forced Back unless he believes in it. Many tariff hair dressing. 4ft

'f'-. "., '.' was equal to, an election in November who represented their ,ambitions? and A By the Rebels. reform gold Democrats supported the It :cannot: help bat do' .3
brought vociferous, cheers. embodied their patriotism and Americanism % Manila special says: A detach- Republican ticket in '96, although f '
{ ", Briefly, Senator Foraker averted to was not second to thataccorded ment of forty men of the Fortieth regi- they dissented from the protection these ;:things, for it's a Jz

,. : the record of the' president in peace the president's name. ment, Captain Thomas .Miller commanding plank. Bat the Republican convention hair-food. When the hair

and in war as one of the most remarkable The band in the main gallery beganto left Cagayau de Misamis, island would not have nominated a tariff is,well fedit;' cannot help

: in American 1'istory. play "There'll be a hot time in the of Mindanao, scouting, June 13th. reformer on a protection platform. but grow.It .

The closing w .rds of the governor old town tonight," and to the inspiring During the morning of June llth they There is sometimes a joint debate between make the scalp 4 -

3r; brought another 'Jemonstration, and strains the delegates began march- encountered a strongly ambushed and' I candidates of opposing tickets healthy and this cures' ,

I for a minuto it seoraed the convention ing around the hall, filing past Gov- entrenched force of the enemy. out not between candidates on the the, diseas; that causes x-

would go mad then and 4V'ere, and ernor Roosevelt as he sat in the New The Americans' attempts to chargewere : same ticket. dandruff. .

x. make two nomin,ions inst; Id of one. York delegation,' and extending tohim, frustrated by the Filipinos' pit-

': Senator Lodge, ''len r cop.d.:ed John their congratulations. falls and troops. The advance line MORE BODIES FOUND. 3t.oo a boit1f' Ali dni Ists."My ... I

r-' W. Yerkes, of KettuckvLo arose to Speeches seconding Roosevelt's nom- consequently was under a heavy tire hair way coming out badly, ,", .
<, in front and on its flanks, and fell Tlilrty-S Ten People Known to Have Met but Ayers Haftr Vigor topped the .t : f..
: second the nominatiou .'J. behalf of ination were made by Murray of Mas- Death In McDonongh Wreck.A fallingand ha.mule my hair very .
.i the south. He wave fo itxeJ; in turn sachusetts, Ashton of Washington back on Cagayan. The American loss thick and mach darker than before. _' '4
',' ; was nine men killed and two officers special from McDonough says: I thank! there b nnthinr like it for
". 'by George Knight of ire California and Depew of New York. Thirty-six mutilated bodies, the hair." tCuo if.Lt A. "
.;. delegation and Senator Thurston of Delegates and spectators were be- and ten men wounded. missing and nine escaped many with passengers April 25,133Sy', Yarrow,t.T. It. f

;, < ": .Nebraska. coming excited and called for the vote. CUBAN"TEACHERS COMOG. their lives is the latest of Writ th-Doctor. ,
t. summary *
During the call of Mates the galleries They wanted action, not oratory. the 41
.' frightful wreck on the Macon di- If yon do not .buln all tho benefit I :
"" were noticeably attentive and there The impatient audience called for a Bound For Boston Where They Will Be vision of the Southern railroad yon d e*U0 fmat the use of the Vigor, o .

;4:." .:.; was a demonstration among the dele- vote, apparently assuming that there Given Instruction. McDonongh last Saturday night. near. write. the l>..dlMtoia""t1t.J.C.AYEL',Lowell.Address SUM.Company. ,,"1
gates. there would be other candidates. It Quartermaster General Ludington
.., .'. Thirty-one bodies had been recov-
(! Some of the states were not content took some minutes to restore order. received word Saturday of the departure ered up to midnight Sunday nightThree ..

:\; ,.. with casting their votes for McKinley, As the roll-call proceeded, each delegation of the transport McPherson from bodies were found Monday j JItalsby&

.' ""but they announced the vote which as called, cast their votes for Manzanillo, Cuba, with 250 Caban morning-D. Y. Griffith, supervisor

):' : \ :;, Tember. the conclusion of the call the eastern ports of Cuba. This movement ,
station
pumping ; J. H. Hunnicutt
,:;i'"., At the call of Hawaii the delegations Chairman Lodge announced that Gov- makes the beginning of the gen- freight conductor; charred pieces of, 39 8. Broad. St.. Atlanta, Oa. 1

:':;,f-"t't._ :, etood and cheered the announcement eror Roosevelt had received 929 votes, eral movement of about 2,500 teachers two other bodies. Engines ;land Boilers U
t of the new possession of its two votes one delegate in the convention not from Cuban ports to Boston, where There wa still another

: '"Y: ifor McKinley. voting. This delegate was Roosevelt they are to receive a general course of 37, that could be body, mak- Steam Water HeaUva steam pampe aalP
ing
k : The 'tally clerks quickly made the himself. Chairman Lodge's announcement instruction during the summer under the water, but it was pinned plainly down seen in .nb.rthyVaoof InJ.ctors

t.' '. 'official.summary and handed it to the that Governor Roosevelt had the auspices of the Harvard university. a large boulder. by

'Z:;'t chairman. Mr. Lodge took the paper been nominated for vice president DWELLING HOUSE SUBMERGED. Piece by piece the torn and dismem-

.ar; :. : and advancing to the front of the brought out tremendous applause. bered engine and coaches
passenger
.i't'I.'a"" The candidate for vice president was Florida Family Had Narrow Escape F,.. were pulled from the ab.ai1londay.*

; ''The'total'vote least li, 930. 1FIoy. surrounded by delegates showeringcongratulations Being Burled Alive. One .by one the:bodies, lacerated .
'
.' :, .t .ISinleyreoeivee930. It is him.
unanimous on
Sunday night the house of John mutilated, broken and disfigured UrJl
'
r. .' and chair'declares The serious work of the conventionwas ,were
?: the that William Cleary two miles from Ocala, Fla., hauled from the death trap 'and .
sent
McKinley is j.our ,nominee; for the over and the details only remained :
without warning, but with loud creak- to the morgue in.; McDonough. '
Rrifr :: >reaidency for the term ,beginning .to be performed. :A resolution:.was ings, sank into the ground up to the The gruesome work '}rcn,and Dealers la, ,
| ,March 4 ,1901." agreed to the national : clearing the S.A.vsr:: ZLL. ',
empowering
." "': eaves. The inmates had a narrow'es- wreck and rescuing the 'bodies iwfc t
;. :.. Pandemonium again'broke loose in committee' to fill the vacancies on com cape. The house was located in a the rain was',falling! in torrents;while; CoraM111fPidwfdcottsaat.2sa.kraerraadGrsla ;i

.one swelling chorus,off enthusiasm, for mittees. bovi-like depression, and water had watched by thousands"persons was SOLID paratora. ee' ('hiCh
who < and INSXBTZD Sam Saw Teeth$
i-, the new candidate.r Resolutions of thanks to Mr. Lodge gathered about the house until it was waded in water and mud to their knees Loch.! KaICh*'.Pate..Doc .ttIrdMU SawMill Oh.Un*.
The counterfeit of and Mr Wolcott ,for.,their ,able sad K. Sorenion.
huge Oraaa
elephant services two feet deep. While the family whereat and cheered the workers CM Bcpalra t ]
on fn their ,Bara and a laU line of Mill Price
!mss brought into the halL,..Around its as pr ending'oficera} were unanimously i meals Supplier F C
noise
,
a rumbling was, heard unpleasant 'and seemingly iopele and quality good guarsateed., Catalogs. ?
j W .. meet" .was entwined garlands of flowers": adopted.: Also thanks to May, and the house",began, shaking; -,The; !\uk.-:''' -- -"' _" tree by m"aUoDtD&this paper. *_' ; Jd
r' ..Laughter and applause frets mingled or Ashbridge, qf Philadelphia,'fox the : n--;. '"' !I ..
'''
: family rushed'out and<< the house sank Aa the bodies; ',taken ; I. r'ot. v tl.
were
;'t' ei'tbe great.emblam was' borne'about.The hospitality of the city;, 'immediately.One'end was caught'on ; ; fro'mjhewreckage Unl0

' '-: demonstration.I in\' honor-of.the This'closed the work and at, 2:14 p. .a projecting tree;while the}rest with ", ;they,wire.gnichly 'tirried r
In a boo.e toy McDccougbhere 1 t t1N =' \ iY
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preiident'a:;.,."nomination' ;lasted. five m.tbe Repubtican'nati011al convention the furniture,etc.., was buried',uudtu- bill( s town peopl: ; i, htbo< ardd!y. _
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I For the World' Wide Diffusion of I ., .L


-w= xd I Sunshine. i G NJ3) A HEALTH;, .':< i

g. = i I Mrs. Cynthia Westover Alden ..

r O2 -rI E- is the J latest addition : .
Owner.: Description of Land. a( 8 to the editorial no specific name .

-= "=' staff of The La-lies': Home mSEASE' to combine stom r I 1 '

0 ri. == = heart trouble,
Journal. She will
| S apply her ener-I and a host of

11 :; IJW t gies to a that '
7 E-- e; 1 department be I which can be described ; ; 1 #

called "Sunshine," which is t.o be only by. saying you feel all .

2 lots in Cooksey's addition to published in the interest of an or- I knocked out" and "good for nothing." ,

Starkt bounded on eas.t by means that your kidneys are overburdened : I
land of M L Johns. -outh bv ganization already having a membership !! and need relief. S / .h

Madison street, west l,v land of eleven thousand. The '
.
Kidney is almost always a
derangement
of Mrs :Mary \\'t'fknorth by ;1 ,
land of FU Ifo11iiigswortlt amiJJrw International Sunshine Society i at the bottom of general ill health. r

:Mary Wkn, in town off I' Your doctor knows this, but he usually
it is called aims \
Stark-. 14 91 as to put sunshine
Rogers.............. ... ... one-lmif acre lot10 feet north and good cheer into the lives of 1 .. treats the various symptoms one at a time. .
and south 215 tort rant and .' Foley's Guaranteed Kidney Cure ; i. '
west, bounded 1 north by land all. It has neither creed nor i gets at the bottom of these troubles and
of L A ;Miller by land i
of K A Morgan,, south west and east' .... rules; its membership fee is a sin | cures them all at once. f -

by Pine street, in town of of oStarke. gle act of kindness and "
dues !
are You risk. results
": '' 312 run no Satisfactory are guaranteed.
a
i Km S G SaundersHeilKTfrer ................. 2 acres in southwest corner of \ paid in the same currency. Mrs j I. :
.
nw\ of swJi in town town of .,"
'' Starke ........ 450 Alden is founder and president- .
1 Richard......... Lots ab c, bork) ain Vyan'sad. '.; general of the society and it is | For cuts, bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best. '1 ?a ;
,
dHontoSUrke: ....... Ytqt
Jihn: Parker........... ..... ...... lot I. block 1 Livingston Trubv: c: .f't' : her purpose to extend its well-da- ;,1.
and CVs subdivision of net oft S 'l'
'Ii : ing to section of --- -- -- ---- '
r' neV 6. 43:i every our countryin -
V > lots 11 and 12, lock 11 Temple's fact
'Ni. throughout the whole
addition to Starke 1 C2 j State Resort Meeting. I Mrs' N. \V Hackett and daughI 4 '
SJTemple ..................... .. onelol bounded on bouth by.ME ; world, for its vast field is international ,{
church parsonaze lot, east by The State resort is called to I ters, Misses Ethel: and Pearl, de- f.I '
'4 land of M 0 Kit-hard, north by .
Episcopal church lot. west b}' meet at High Springs, FJa on I parted Monday for Kansas, in ,

Church street in Starke........ 252 Backache Tueseay August at which state they will spend the 'II'III I ,
Joseph Keller.... ....... ......... 7 acrt-s in east half of neJ4 of seJ4 should never be neg- 14, 1900, 10 .: }Y
ofne> 21 6 2 r 300 lecte It means kidney disorder o'clock a. m. Cuunty Resorts will ; remainder of the summer. .
; Goodale& Water......_..._...... block 14 Gasktns addition to ; -- \
Starke.... ..............:. 4 which, if allowed to run too long, please take due notice and govern .
'= 5 acres in southeast cOrner of'J themselves accordingly. A full]] A fatal poli is to neglect a ; ]
1< sey4ofseY...................... 6 22: 5 1 ti2 may result in Bright's disease, diabetes ; backache #
B R Wltovskl! ................... that part ol 310 feet square, or other serious and often : delegation is earnestly solicited. or otl. sign of kidney ,

hounded north bv. land of KTbouia fatal M. L McKINNEY f trouble. Foey"s! Kidney Cure is a T I k" '%
*, east by Thomas street, complaints. Foley's Kidney'Cure t
west by land of J I. Oaskins, .. 23 makes the kidneys'well. Takenothing J. H. OSTEEN, Pres. sure remedy for Bnght's disease, a
r nt'of\ 81'6\ 252
Unknown lots 210 feet north and w.uthf.Sl else. J. L. Gaskins. I Secretary }diabetes, and gravel.' J. L. Gas- ;. .

and 105 feet feast and west lit I kins.
'J
i "ou.bt>a"t corntor of nek of scSy ;: n :r2: X 1 !12 t5
( Andrew florE-us.... .......... .eo!( of n.. l of net .:.. ... .. t.2 2HI --- .- .
-- .
James Johnsou ...... .-. ...... south half of south half of nwy; of r -- I r+ 1
1 In..1..' .... ........ ..... ....... .... .")1 6 -)o) 10 2 91! PROFESSIONAL CARDS.JOHN ,CJ
;; Chas Roberta& Co............ .... 8W lj ref nryi............... .. ....... 81 6 2'.4 'it'' -tY1. '.. I %afl.L.v.n r. : 1
trnknowc. : ........... .... ....se-Hof sr4 of south half of I'W'"( ;::: Q.c> .r//MML/1/ I .
i of sw .........._..... ..t......... 31 6 22 tiQ.241i 5 grC ;j C. WILLS. Ul. I)., -
3 acres in s\v .vrntr of w% of : *f : '.
u. s".o' f nw1(.. ................ oJo} 6 0)0'-- 2.48 Owner Description of Land. : :s "** .)t 1 -il: ;

........ .... .......... aryl of sri( ........ ..._ ............ rJ:; 6 2.1'Unknown. 1 Jt! .go ;.; : o.'..;i'I't1Y'i1CLtS '
!
J Ruby Lathrope... "'. .......... n" ofow4of sw.\.t\ : ..2., :=0 .211< o Y m g C ; AM u sntGEON.DISEASES .
'I C'h .e Dorsett...........,.._.. .... cy Of8t'44.. ... .... .... .. 6 -- 1'0 :a IEE I/: ::: t t c c I {
Bradley....... ... ..... .... 2 acres In a lIQul\l'6ln nags cornet .... :: 'J E OF WOMEN AX1> -"VTETK1CS: A I f t "
'J' of nw34 of 11t'%..........._...... :B 6 .""'. 2 1 ti2 F : d -:. -r k .
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: EDUoere:........................ fie, of xwS4.; ... ... ... .. .. '-li'; 6 -"- ;O 31x2JInCJArmatrong. ,V&VECIALT} 1a 3

... .........,_ 80uthhl\lfvtnw aJldllortbalt..1t ........ I1Xlfnw yi ofnw ( ....... .-.2 i It 211 .v f.4-Office with the! Bestir L'l '.".... t a,
of 1''J ........ ........... ..., 6 lli4l GIi 'Jhas Hnl"rlsand Co... ...... .... sw\i'\ .......... ............... 25 ft a- .1.11; 25i -j s ,
1 SF Myen... ......... ........... about 20 acres beginning! at norh- Susan Jj AMcnnan... ... .... .... \\i! of lon ...... ... ....... .... 35' 8 .,22 dU .,1 31\ r T.\ HKE, FLA* 4 i F ?
west eornerof easth&f of wV .
,
section 35. thence West to nwfc ADDITIONAL.MrsAvey --- r

; .t. 36 corner and two of said third suction yards, east south to Stilley ... .............. 3Iota.157 ft n and s, 35 ft e and w, -rai., uoit3To, f''
bounded e and s by lanclg of '' .
first > ----- .
mentioned
:f'{\ }_ %-.. north to beginning.I tract. thei....ce.. 33 6 22 L) 354 Sophia G Saunders. u ant > ;11 'ifs

,. RF t..wIR.-..... .... .... ..... oX of new....... ... .... ... .... 10fne 7 19 M) 2 18 w bv lands formerly o"ned by.' r 'V.ATT01JSKY AT-LAW. '
.> 'E F Oateen.;... \....... ......... I't ... 4 7 20 dd! 5 47 Louis Wltkov.xki in" Starke.taxes .
for ISIW: .. ....., .. ..... 720Q. -
,lObasEODeru&....... ....ii.( ofnrk'and'na'ofuwy4:. 4 7 20 80 149 ; COMMERCIAL PRACTICE f. 7F11ALTY. '
1' C Andrew.....}... .. ......._. B-.flot 4....._?......... ..... .... 6 7. 20 40 4 87K t
i I JH Johns,!'.................. lot 5...........- ...:.. .. ...... 6 7 20 1'C1! s4 VV. ALDERMAN, Tax Collector Bradford' County.. STAHF
J Unknown.. ....:..... ... .. ....... nK Of lot 1flot ... ... ................ Ii 20 l 10 131 '.. L. FL V.JE. .
'" .... ....... .... ., .. 7 ; ,,
.... .... )4 <5 ..._ ...... 6 20 40 1 :2ti r -- -
J ChaaRoberpCo..... .. ....... Iot8 3. 4.5, 6.7. 8..:.::.:. ..:'.'..".'.'. 7 7 20 4SO IiI ". .'
j; W. Turk,......... ...............1 acre in southwest corner of NOTICE. PUTCIi.ATTOKNEVATLAW..
J f'C.I( of aeyi IS 20 1HO 2 81'

; Unknown..i.. ... ................. sw* ol ne4 and eaetX of sei/of -
A *. nt', _......,- ... ..... 10 :' 20! ; 204U7 To THE TAX PAYERS OF BRADFORD COUNTY:
.; C'hIlK rfs&Co: __.... ..... nwVof m-Y.\ :. -.. ............. U 7 20 40 < "
** I'e.:,...,;... ... .... .... S ew>d ofwJ "' ; .... 1.i 7 20 40as 4 15 Every tax is requested to read the ad- .,...';. r .I
,.. .. .................... set Qf 1It-4 II't18 2aeres..:.......... 1H 7 :!i) 1 31 payer carefjjVly foregoing -
"'a4V. and of 20 7 :20 40 131 Office in Blink ulldlDl!. Starke, FlrriIOS. I 1.1HI
; Mortgage Co. ne4 nw)( -. vertisement of tax sale and if lands whicifj the taxes have
been
t? ........ ..... ....-.......east half of neVf of rle 4 less 6 upon :, i.a
'1 ace -r.'>AHr.... ......... .. 21 S 20 14 2 4" paid ate found to be advertised the owner of such will f ,
!; .... . ................. rIM vfnw.\lessISacrcs.2\ 0 28 3 l property kindly E. BUGU t4
....... .......... ".. .... ... .... 7 20 40 1:11
;t 'JF' ; .QtOt' ..... ....... 2: notify me and I will stop the sale of the same at expense. .
f
... .;. ;r. ...... .. .... ...15of northendof serf "f ne.u 7 20! 15 iki my ; '
.' l ': ....__.....(......._. west half of nwJ4 and uwi of G. \V.: ALDERMAN It ;
v. .1 8W ..y..1....... ..... .... 2.5 7 2) 1JO D'Jj. ; .
,fi, :..............-:...... A. B.jU. am D. sulKli vision of \ Tax Collector 'Bradford County ATTORXEY-AT-LA1V.: 1 1Corner it
Y""r I lot II block 14 town of Sanuwou! .
'T -- -- City .;_ ..... .... ... ... 154 -. ---- ._._-- Cherr. and Jackson Irt't'tlt. StarLe 't
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". <. ................. -...-. aubelJ\ fon ,of A and B lot 13 .
,'d/ '. 4 bloc 12 town of S tnapsunClty 4 ? .21 6 30: Would Suffer I .
not far
so Again 1 '
', ....... ..1..JIe..o..: ar!(..... 8 21 40 1 31 Fifty I : i J, WILLS.. A. \-. LONG.V17JLLS 1 '
ft ....... ..;.....;. .!utVbWli of 4'i"atid s'wVof Times its Price. .c,0 j) ,,
'f "pIC. .............. 21 lit!< 3 38 I I ill ; i
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!! ,,: ............. :'J ; .........T.... ''I 40 12 I awoke last night with severe :.y .. & LONG ;
to .. .......: x II n.rl, 01 nrii:... .. .... 21 20 rdt4" I W' ra" -- ,1'I'I \T ,
,@,}. .. .. ..i.t..tle, orswj( ............ ..:. .... .. 1i t'; 21 40 4 S3: I pains in my stomach. I never feltso 8
,..' ; l>>.......... ... eI! oflle ,........... .. .... 21 41) 9? in all life.Vhen I I 0 ATTOHXK: -a'i'-IA11'. ':
r 21 40 131 badly my 1 ; _
i,, r, ask of awl- ,. ....... ; H' J :
t t, '.. .,. west half nwV\ less & acres'in came down to work this morningI .. .. 11
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: northeast corner of nwVi of .. .._ t.A Office in Peek's Bllilctin'Iuk. FlaHE. .1i
1&$ t
i'1!! L 1111'\\!( ............. ........ 2""> i 21 ,.) 4ti10iLtras felt so weak I could hardly workI I : .tl a --- !It
; ToertsandCo.... ..... .. III.* of seVofBeH--................. 'h1 7 21 1 20 !US: to Miller & McCurdys J8' o./f) 4
| f>Jacob Rhame... .... ..... s".v of seii of nwV..."... .... 2l 7 21 211J 2 M4 went LAGEK01JEN .
c"s." Dbe rt4audCO..D /-O f .':I..( audnwl, ...St'.v. .... = :1 <0 1'- drug store and they recommendedChamberlain's ..= .H = 1' :

'Un' nown... ...... .. ... ...... nwS4ofs*>J'; less 4.acres JQ bouth- = t -i ; j4-
weatcorner. &i: 7 21 .'J//} 4 64 Colic, Cholera and 0 r. :

.W.JBom........ ...... .... ..... .... 8W..o r 01"I: ..... :' 7.. SI 40, 147S Diarrhoea It worked A t rIJtt Land and Engineering Surveying.
"Unknownn ........ ..... Bel; ofnw1 ....... .... ... .... 3 .S
', and RI C h ar d.... .... ...... xe'/af nN".1( ...... ..... ....... a 40 i ai like magic and one dose fixed me c 0:: wI "TELEGRAPH" OFFICE. STARKE. i
.. ... .. ... ... .... new otnw ti.::.".. ::. ";. '''' 2 7 22..1, 1 31 < .
,,.,'. ;.'tJ "....':....:......... .. .. ... wf of nwj,' ..... ... ...'. .... a pi, 2 18: all right. It certainly is the finest ir.i-mWW ___ d .. __ .___ __ :
i'l' ue Richard. ..".. nwd of nwi4 .. ..... ......... .... 4 40 1 32 I used for stomach I o ..
-W ACxfneJr. .. .... T.I... .. neJ4 of t-wJi" end sK of wSi of thing ever :s ;; V c: rn 0 LEGAL NOTICES.Administrator's ..
i. t nwV and sXof w'* ofnw .... tg 7 22 5 08 trouble. I shall not be without it Z f i
f'-"ofn1l..Iof8W!i.......... .... K 7 2J :'tI 3 04 ;; : :
Clark......;........ ...... 8wJ of n .4.oJames hull of liwii of nail of xwW, to endure the
lesslacre..... ... .... ... ... K :2 14 1 5tt care sufferingsof ow 4 I is hereby given that all persons in-
1 .JA Johnson........................ WW hair of nw:>| of tar.: less 3Jli last night again for fifty timesits 0 NOTICE to the estate of S. D. R yes..lt'eea.- :red
acres aod n%( ot uwH of nwV late of Bradford county, will pry i"'ie rams
'. less 3 a(.re8........ ... .. 8 7 .h- H 27 x."t price.-G. H Wilson, liveryman to the undersigned: without delay ; ui.J ail ;t-r- :-
1 acre in northeast corner of w# Burgettstown Washingtonco. 1 Ei < sons having claims against said estate mn-t
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:1 of sw14 of rte;,.... ... ..... .. a wr.. 1 1 70( WA present them, duly auihntnalfcd, .. :l.ic two ,
'.;. 1\1" F LNlchola........ ........... east, half of n\\'''' and ne :ot ., Pa. T his remedy is for sale .. IlI ... ..................... .... !I 7 Y 1:'O .J JJj (\An recovery. .
Uuft-s M Cl-oate. seWffswVUnknown .... ... .,........ ..... .. 10 7 LY 40.. 1 31 by J. L. Gaskins. :- A C. I>. b K", TrLF.Ia .
1 .' nw\ of neliVFLaricy .... .. ... .. 10 7 22 40 1 .i" ;\ ) 4, 1!* 0. A .m.ihtfdt.r.
.. ... .... .. .. .... .... .. ... ueljofwy........ ................ 10 7 22 ill! lt'r A Card of Thanks.I ..... T t tL4<5 _. l1
\ .. ... ......... ...... 8..34 of se'i (Ifuw.and\ nJi of -
N" 411 n W...... .... ....... 1 7 22 30 3 70 under r"U w"iatl iIIIV.I. !
I feel
j;1 BenjFJoues. ........... ... ...... south part of xwy of swV and wish to say that .s ; < Application For'1'ae ]tt.>pc} I
ailofhwV of suit\ east of rail- Ii lasting obligations for what Chamberlain's -
I road. ... .. .. ... ... ... ltfiiknown 7 22 34 7 ll! nyx 8 OFFICE OF 'LURK 0.. IRCTIT f POORT
.......... .. ... ...... .... D acres in nw.l{ .'fnwV_ .. ..17 22 U ;I iv Cough Remedy has done :x: ;Loci rnplot County of Bradford, Florida.

; Cn StaU; "? Building! and Loan .'.an. beginningnt I southeast cornerof for our family.Ve have used it.. ,:-,:"-:-- Tn L J. lirooks.VHKRLAr .
l' north half of Itw.. of K\vl4) of \ : o., J. D. Galney" has presentwlto
'',) 8w1 I; *-cti\..n 20 and running in so many cases of coughs, lung CJ ( me Tux Certificate No. 76. sale of 'Wi.! ('0 Vt'r.
west 415 feet t., a ixiint fif bexm- troupes and whooping cough andit -.- [ !ing the following land in said county of Bradford '.i
ding thence north 2I) !'et.. :: to-wit: .
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J west 8H5 feet south VIO left, has always given the most perfect .t I"W" J( or SWy and XW.I of SW.+{ of Sec. H'.
" east W-5 ff't<< to beginning inns o x Tp. B >... Range 19 E., 80 acres
'5 *-a'r sw\ ....... ........ .>,, satisfaction, we feel greatly i b O I
4 1 j M Lee......... ... .............east half of ne'i! of nw\ and -fI 7 :: 460 indebted the manufacturers of and upon said certificate has demanded from mea
to deed said
tax to land.
nw3i( of of .... .
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t.":; ..........,. ............. 1&acr<< "es in ne southeast nwg4.coiner of ..1,141'nknown i 22 :i l 2 SO) this remedy and wish them to ac =. c= :-: :;: -.= = --=- -=-= I Therefore,take notice that atter the expirationof
thirty days from the date of this notice,
: orii, ofnwl .... ..... .. .,, uulr* 3
: xtvivfuwlj! .. .. .. : : :":!; 1" l'I Oil cept our hearty thanks.-Respect Notice of Dissolution. you tiiiall have redeemed said land in accordance
. "' / ""''' ''''' -rr 7 :: 40 241 with law, it is my intention to I U-uc a tax deedto
..... 5 acres in northeast.. .. corner of fully, Mrs. S. Dot)', Des Moines, the said J. D. Oainej for the said "Iud: in accordance
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'ry ofUnknown. ne'e\ .. .... .
!.I..rf'h\'ivt'n thai the
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; "di! 7 :! 3; 1 partnership with the of .1S T 4.
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provisions chapter
!, .. .. .. .. Gaskins NOTICE
of Sold L
n. i m' ... .. Iowa. by J. '
exl"tm between Dr N. W. Francis
:.1! 7 : -tu Laws of Florida.
,I ..._...... .... .. .... wV of nw4 and "t'H of sati 1 48 amiV.. A. IIutMUi. of the city of Starke Dated June ". 1M)0.!
and se'4 of nt'V and IIW! of of and state of Florida under the firm nnnie nFrancis f W. T. WF.EKS, Clerk C't C'tfi8 '
.... .... FOR SALE-First mortgage I
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f't'\a. ... .. .... & Unison, uasdissohml! I
.. ... ............... ...... wV of set. .. ...:. ... ... :0110acrescoinmencmf I-t .7. :!.: :cSO:c 2;i! 40 1:i Shoo, payable in instalments ot on
: ;; at northaitcorner Alldehts owinjr! ,<> the gait! partnership are to --- -- --.--- -
: of NWtJf ne'' and Shoo each on November 1st of each be received by the said Dr. N.V. Francis, and

r u ring south 210 yards, north I with ten cent. interest, demands on lie said partnership are to be
car ,
? per
210 yards, east :W) yards to presented to him for payment. .. t
I he nlllng..., .. ........ ..... a.'i 7 22 10 2 jll I Secured upon dwelling: in Starke DR. N. \V. FRANCIS, ( k
I Sabres coininencinsr at northeast W. .
A. HUTSOX.t.arkt'
i t corner of fceJi! of neJ4 and run Apply to H. S. 1\I., TELEGRAPH Fla., June .>, IKK: r
: Wing south 105 ]'artl". west 2111 I Starke. C8-4t COFFINS
office
4 yards, north ;03 yaH, east to -- -------. ,
i. beginning: ....... ....... ... -- -
', Unknown....... ............. .... !''o\\'\;'a of nw V except 2 acres in :: 7 22 5 2 (04 / I CASKETS

1 southwest corner ... ... ...... .
iJELow., ..... .............. .. .... all... .... .. .. ............ ... :i.i, Ii 7 22'W tint .1 Ii-' I
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a \ seiofnwl. :.,. .. .:.. .. ... ..... .... ., 8 5::: W4'l 1 4 I RYfS !Skin Diseases. and a fuil line of
4 I 5 sores t'OlIJlllt'nl'mg ut southwest
t Ct>nier of sw 4 of nel4 and I UNDERTAKERS' .
!I running north 220 yards east f fti" S [ D i For the speedy and permanent cure of

. 112 yards, south 220'yards, wt'! 112 yards to -...
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S beginningnia .....
Roberts and ('v.. .. .. ... sw\a\ of nag 4 .. .. ...... .... ..... 2 S 2!: :S 2 14 i Eye and Skin Ointment is
\ Chas Roberts and IV> .. ... of neil of ne4! :3! tl y ::!!:".:! 20 1 <7'>4! I cheaper :? j without an eqnal. It relieves the itch Always on hand. The best r
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Chas ... .. .. .. ha'f' of 1
west
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.bt-rtslilidCO. \.18n'tll.'ofll. 1'i AUIteudl! + ing and almost
smarting
1 1GQ ........ .-.. .. ..... wJ< ofswl ti 0f.sa V ........... 5 S :?2 2.) ; : : in tho end than \I'h. I instantly and service at the lowest
1 Brown. use e. .... .. .. xN? ol say .. ............ .... .. 1''I'i 8 :1 1-1) tai I' that o-ily tat half as m ., l i its continued use effects a permanent
\ TJ Hendricks ... ." .. ..... sy. of nwt4..... ........ .... l5 ; :.;' Jf> I l J) Tested, true to name fresh feud *';: I| cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, prices.Special .
JOan Lewis.--.... .... ......... .. e3!I of sw4.... ........ .... jsw :> 11 .! I :J -III(| I ,"' reliable. Alway the be..t. Ask / ., I scald head, sore nipples itching piles 'f
4 .!_ ..... ..... .. .. ......... I for lo't'rry'lI-tA'e: no other !it attention
Unknowv. ............ ..... 8t'._ of se'l and swV: of se\ 14 8 : mi 3r' k Write for JMU( Seed Annual. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and 'I I toTelejrraph Order
.' and net of nwJ" eastof county : D. M. rEHlnC'O.. .,.,' granulated lids. I ;

I line.. ..... .. o'" ........ j- 8 :22 titl) I I> trolt. Ylrlt.l i G. C. LIVINGSTON. i ,
, } JW Ban hart.......... ... ... .... lots;. 3 4 and nj of lot 1 ands 2 31 I # Dr. 1 I.1 1ati

; : RW XOI$&. .... .. ...... ... .... y :M. sat 9 141 W" I Cadj's Condition Powders for 4 --.. -- i
._ N'X of aril ...r ni.14. aa i'I d .. r Y horses are the best tonic blood purifie i i Z
onyl\Iitcht'U.: .. .... ... ......... nw!. of 11I.!I. 2T. is t2;; 2'4t1 4 "I 1Cr I and vermifuge. Price, 25cents. Sold b:; f
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; LOCAL HAPPENINGS i!I Cheap Insurance. I Ii
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ti It is feared that the heavy rains /' against Brignt's disease, diabetes,

-y .. are damaging field ]!for other dangerous ailment by, a
crops. i;! fifty cent bottle of Foley's Kidney COOL
s
Cycling has its ups and dowjs ,;
r After the downs, use Banner S lye I :
> if Why not buy your meats after You can get
\ you're cut or bruised., It meals
the hurt they have been in cold storage and any degree of heat you
quickly. J. L. Cask :.s. .
made tender. It ,costs no more-, require on a Wickless Oil Stove by ,

The sale of land delinque i for only 10 cents 'a pound. S. L. turn of the 'alve-from a simmering A
single
a
taxes will take place next M:nday. Kramer & Co. t
--_. .-. fire and a slow oven to a hot top

Small in size and greg in re- Reports show that over 1500 and a fast oven. There's no\imit to tIle range
sults are DeWitt's Little Early lives have been saved through the
of its usefulness. It gives absolute control of
Risers, the famous little pi".s that use of One Minute Cough Cure.

cleanse the liver and bower-: J. L. Most of these were cases of grippe, cooking whether baking, boiling, broiling, Coasting t

; Gaskins. ,. croup, asthma, whooping cough, or Simply toasting. Can you do more on any coal s

-- ---- bronchitis and pneumonia. Its or gas range? TheWickless .

+ ;4 L. M. Stokes, o* .air, was early use prevents consumption.J. .

: transacting business in Starke L. Gaskins. Blues
Monday. c.
--.- The new hotel at Worthington Flame

": Ivy poisoning, poise wOlnds Springs is open and ready for
; and all other accid injuries guests. We have good cooks,

,. ,'.! may be quickly cur < using De polite waiters and can give you Oil i I, Stove
.II Witt's Witch Haztve.; tit is srtisfaction. Rates $ t
i 50 per clay, "
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:;; also a certain curt ;- piles andskin 57 per week use of spring in j\ is making summer housekeeping easy. It y
is ,comfort at low cos't.No .
,j' diseases. T't., other. J. eluded. J.V.. Wells, Worthington giving cooking
' smoke or smell. Sold wherever j '
;}l L. Gaskins. Fla. '
stoves are sold., If your dealer .. x
Our customers: : w1:' ''avedressed, If troubled with rheumatism give V I does not.have it,. write to,
iF' chickens to keep ,' Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. I .
o.'c.
night may Iniifili.'ill, SUN3ARD_OIL COIIPA A* ,
, :.: use our refrigerator ..othat pur It[ will not cost you a cent if it :

pose. S. L. !tramc' & Co. does you no good. One applica U
/ tion will relieve the pain. It slso I .x
The Chinese how i is j IHllllMHGHfflllH'
:, your cures sprains and bruises in one- '?
liver?" instead of ute v do you do?" third the time required by any .

for when the live* 's active the other treatment. Cuts, burns, t ..
health is good. D- Vvitt's Little frostbites, in the ; --- '
quinsey pains
Early Risers are far ass' Jittle'pillsfor l side and chest, glandular and other THE STATE CONVENTION. Jo, the Public. .'

I the liver anb' ''Is. 'J.'L.. ', swellings are quickly cured by applying Continued from first page. I What Motherhood | { decided to remain ftir';,
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Gaskins..:.. ._ ._ __ ;',' it. Every bottle warranted. ceived 113 votes and Mr. Lamar my home, on the Sander; :
Price and at J. L. Gaskins'. rear Starke41 wouldlikWj
25 Soc
received 168. While Mr. To the
leading
All kinds '
.ne; : i: !pine and re 'a those who'are'in, feeWcr

pair work. 3uop, f rot door:'Fruit: Mrs. W. T. Weeks, Mrs. W. L. Lamar lacked twenty votes of the feet health, : of mind or body, or.both,*$)|

Growers' bui.ding. W. A. BALL, Wall, Mrs. J. G Alvarez, Misses two-thirds requisite to a nomi a- form of me. free of charge;'and

the machinist. Olive Weeks, Leila Alvarez, Maud 'ion, and a prolonged contest was it means one be made acquainted :with&

Weeks,and Robert Weeks, Vasco, looked for, but Mr. Wills surprisedthe perfect forms of Medical
All who suffer ft m piles'will.I be convention by announcing but to the sufferers Dtscov v
Clyde, Joe, Oscar, Guy and Cosmo
glad to learn that",JeWitt's Witch Alvarez left Wednesday for he would not stand behind the form of Womb ;; : ich in a few minutes,. olff

Hazel Salve .ill; give them instant additional burdens |, a patient; of alk pai
t Worthington Springs, where. they two-thirds rule and contend for the .
i,1 and permanent reef.! It will 'cure will spend a few weeks. nomination after his opponent had great to bear. I ss, but removes\ he-

, eczema and all sk:i diseases. Be received a majority vote. His ever, no form of : or caused from i the.ent et.:';,,

. f ware of cui'nterfdts. J. 1:.. Gas Starvation never yet cured dys- speech on this occasion electrifiedthe ness that G. F. I" I in less time than. aiiyot

kins. ... with Female Panacea : known, .and with ts't' ;
pepsia. Persons indigestionare multitude of 5,000 people wilts ) ; C
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I half\ starved. It strength .1 [ a sing'e dose of:medicine by ,
already They were present and commanded their gives ,
Large r: nf-sr' ents of canto ( into the stomach
need plenty of .wholesome food undivided attention. His magna- rich blood.
loupes arrive V: ? daily from La; Kodol Cure A few wMk Mora oar atom kU > DR VAX ELDEREX,, ;
Dyspepsia digests rnnous references to his opponentand m*,.?wife b& Crosse
r and are reshipped to the Ion with ber bat ale war not nlieTtrt. HPT iaH t and Hypoderaatfst;
what the
Northern you eat so, body can be his feeling t ibute to hi ad tad m teat h. Mill. nylaai a' *' .
markets. "
.nd 01 Iou month m braagbt her hems ; famous in Jlh'
nourished while the
torn out and
--- ; organs friends[ the newspapers that UU mBBcr loot bears oar third child -
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reconstructed. inin appeared ad w*wm T ry VMuy | Tooth Extra
Men differ rn politics religIOn are being It had supported him were couched in 11_G.F.P.sad I so rod Is say the dropsy 'S ,
may the u a adY end wU and ha*.la. ,,debt>.., | }f ( Surgery. r
or finance, but all who havetried' is only preparation known beautiful language and delivered invoice D. B. Wc"' ,{ Jr .

: Hann r Salve are agreed as that will:} instantly relieve: and*completely a that charmed and held tfroordrafirwdoMnot PRlCa .00 bD A ndle- O. : .. '-., ;
end for It, otherwlaa md ni '
tops worth for cuts, burns, sores, cure all stomach troubles both delegates and spectator* wa will ropply yom' direct. e:pre year*gB : C! ,Health.
' piles and skit; dts ases. It's the fry it if you are suffering from ins spell-bound At the conclusion of Uyo.re.aunottallyeo..rI by /

most heater medicine in the digestion. It will certainly do his speech he moved the unanimous "HEALTHY MOTHERS MAKE the system in p
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world T. 't:.... Ikins., : you" good. J. L. Gaskins nomination of Mr. Lamar b} WIG Writ HEALTH*U eonlUene CLCB for ears free U :y r''th_... occasion! :e' er
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acclamation, and then occurred the Ckat. .* T. '
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J. J. Moi.; ... :' ,aiding citizen o( unusual spectacle of a defeated J..v ee Pil1s.'' \ \ 1 .

the Ward C'ttiion, was trans- $,4' candidate receiving an ovation. hovels and 141'.rr

acting busi'i- ni Starke Tues His fairness in withdrawing fri,m X/VS/V V AMA v.L/.w.L. -. ; ""
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gorousr "
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k. day. A the contest and his splendid oratory FJR T$ ASURER. .

Fatalmi'tlke -e 0 had cha'lenged the admirationof I hereby announce myself aaaChe! : "
: : a made by office of County Treasurer : JL''F
those who do not heed the earlier the assembled delegates and solicit the support of my ; i ctipa ':U
K men from all parts of the auditorium ;
J. W.
symptoms ot kidney or bladder __ ,
{ trouble that often end in Bright's made their way to his side to FOR '
I disease congratulate him and pledge their TREASURER.To Liver PILLS]
or diabetes. When "
Foley'sKidney .he Voters of Bradford : I'
'" Cure makes the kidneyswell support in the event he should! announce myself a candidate If ;- -- :

f): how foolish it is to delay. J again aspire to preferment at the Treasurer Bradford county ; Wlll Close July .th. i
::S' L. Gaskins hands of the democracy of the election. I earnestly solicit your *
';",' -- .. ---- state. elected promise faithful the undersigned !

Dr. J. O. Haynrs went up to I In acknowledging the kindly of the office C. Starke agree to ra\.- v Jj :

k#f,' Tallahassee Wednesday for the references made to him by Mr FOR SHERIFF places of business OE,

- } purpose of purchasing a fine t Wills Mr Lamar made a most Friend of J:. E John desire July 4th at 12 m. and::

Jersey cow.Neglect graceful speech, gaining the increased him a candidate for the office closed until Thursday. '
--- look in Year MirrorDo
L, is the short- step so esteem and admiration of pledge for him a capable and :

r take from cold you see sparkling eyes, a healthy, the triends of Mr. Wills Thus tration of the affairs of the Metropolitan Pharmacy. 4
a cough to
many or ,
tinted sVm: ,a sv.::t expression and a graceful dacy of Mr. Johns wilibemade
r consumption. The early use of form? Those attr.ICMO-IS are the result ended what gave promiseof de action of the democratic primary'jf'1 The W. B. Haynes Co.
of good health. If tVy are absent theses veloping into one of the most stub Cohen Freidman & Co. ;
j;< One Minute Cough Cure prevents nearly always some di".order of the d-i- determined to nominate officers
:' i consumption, Ti is the harmless tinctiy feminine organs present. Healthy born contests of the convention.The Bradford County Bank.
only menstrual organs mean health and beauty No Right tor
i:':: remedy .:./ gives immediateIi" contest was conducted on Farmer & Ensey Bros. 1:

results. Itu..:..s all throat and here.MzELRSE'S honorable lines from start to finish The woman who is i Mrs. Annie Driggers. "* .

: ,,, lung troub!( ;. children all like it and leaves no mark of bitternesswith face, form and temper T. A. Knight & Lo.

.f.;({ and mother.* endorse it. J. L Wine of Cardu the partisans ol either Mr. have friends, but one ) S. L. Kramer & Co. .
L ;.' Gaskins. Wills or Mr Lamar. Indeed we be attractive must keep Starke Drug Co.

r; ",l _. makes women beautiful d healthy. believe it was the most felicitous If she is weak, sickly G. C. Livingston. i I 'f

Five room house to let. Apply It strikes at the root of all their incident of the convention, and we down, she will be J. (;. Alvarez. .

I;(: to J. W. Morgan, at CommercialBank trouble. There is no menstrual disorder know we express the desire of Mr. ritable. If she has J. \\'.Hod ges. .
or at his residence East ache or pain which it will not Wills when W.
'" on cure. It is for the budding girl, the we express the hope idney trouble, her I A. Crosby. 1-
..:"< '', Madison avenue. busy wife and the matron approaching that the democracy of I Bradford win: cause pimple, J. M. Alvarez. j.. .

. ; Unless food is the change of life. At every trying county will next fall give to Mr. eruptions and a Mrs. Sistrunk. : ,
W digested I
quickly crisis in woman's life it '
.r a brings Lamar the largest vote he has ever plexion. Electric J. \V. White. ,
it will ferment and irritate the health strength and happiness. It
received at hands.His best medicine C. j
stomach. After each meal take a costs $I.oo of medicine dealers. our i in the P. Cason. 1

t teaspoonful) of Kodol Dyspepsia i For advice in cases requiring special Life was Saved. I ulate stomach, liver I. 0 Prevatt. '1 l
directions address giving symptoms !, and to purify the blood! M. Leviton.
Cure
It digests what you eat The Ladies'Advisory Department'* Mr. J. E. Lilley, a prominent
| strong nerves, bright -
I' and will allow you to eat all you The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately :
skin rich
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Tcnn. vety ,
need of what you like. It never had a wonderful deliverance froma I
fails MRS. ROZKXA. LEWIS, of OenaTllle, will make a -
to the
cure worst cases of Texas, say:,:-"} wai troubled at monthly frightful death In telling of i it
M' dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take intervals with terrible pains in my head and ;, ing woman of a -
back but have been entirely relieved by Wine he says: "I was taken with tyj Only 50 cents at J. L.
J. L. Gaskins.Dr. of Cardui. phoid fever that into :
'i: j pneumo-
,:.: J. H7 Coisonrof Waldo -- !', nia. I expectedran to soon die of I
Last fall I sprained my left hip 1 E. E. Johns.
; ; came up to witness "Among the while handling some heavy boxes. :, consumption. :My lungs hardened The TILE is Cure :
; <;KAIMI
I weak I couldn't
JJ Breakers" the house was so even sit
The doctor
opera I called on said ar firstit 'announce the
; ...j. Monday evening.For 'up in bed. Nothing helped me.
", was a slight strain and would above named what eat.
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soon be well, but it grew worse office of sheriff. He ficlally digests the food and aids ,
two Ira W. Kellev of Discovery, One bottle l)
years gave greatrelief.
and the doctor then said I had : known to in strengthening and recon :.
+ Mansfield, Pa., was in poor health rheumatism. It continued to I continued to use it and need the exhausted digestive or- s
on account of kidney trouble. He I grow now am well and strong. I can't hands. He has held .Is the discovered; t' :
I worse and I could round
,J'ti 1 consulted several physicians and hardly get say too much in its praise." This sheriff and.it is J tonic. No other preparation -.r:
to work. I went to a drug store ins t
-I spent considerable money for medicines and the marvellous medicine is the surest i! that he discharged it In efficiency. It )

;, without obtaining relief u nto druggist recommended me and quickest cure in the world for ; the same with signal relieves and permanently Heartburn .j
Chamberlain's ,
Pain calm Indigestion,
J A til he tried Foley's Kidney Cure, I tried try it and one-half of a cent all throat and lung trouble. Regular -1| is young, active and Sour Stomach, Nausea. K

and now writes "I desire to add bottle 50 sizes Soc and $I. Trial bottles and was a terror to : and :

x my testimony that it may be the j i I recommend cured me it to entirely.all friends I now free at J. L. Gaskins'. Every I when he was sheriff of of I mperfectdigestO timet! .
my and 11. lAm size contain 3"
of bottle
others.
came aiding L. guaranteed.
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J. F. A. Book all lamulled"" ,
r.' i Babcock. Erie, Pa. It is for Bring your job aboutdyspei
: Gaskins. sal-i by E. C. D WITT A CO..Chlea) +
<".-.1)-.." by J. L. Gaskins. Subscribe for the TELEGRAPH. 1 office. Good work, low" !i J. L. OASKINS. 1'

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: THE STATE_CONVENTIO'N.A W. B. HAYNES N. ,J. JONES ;

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A Notable Gathering of State Demo -
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1 ; @ r I @ What is conceded to have beenin Early buyingmeans ;,
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many respects I the greatest convention
t. These speak @ of state democrats in the ;l
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labors-last
1t.' for Saturday morning justat ,
'1tly '@ @ dawn and adjourned sine die. Long satisfaction. ,
: ; During the progress of the balloting

! :; @ themselves: @ for a, gubernatorial nomir-- .
nee one after another the candidates -

W.r @ @ were withdrawn until the Realizing this we ha e displayed our Spring and Sum- ..
t Beautiful. Scotch Lawns, 27 inches race narrowed down to W. S. .
@ @ :Jennings and W. H Milton. Ort mer Dress goods &' .me chat earlier this season than

:;:t- .@ wide, only 5 cents per yard. @ i the 44th ballot Judge, Jennings usual I, even at the risk! of 1\being accused of "crowding
Del haven received votes and Milton re-
, ft', Dimity, loc per yard. 192 i
: + ceived 90. Judge Jennings had jthe season." *
':." ,i ': @: Merrimac Shirting, 5 cents per yarda @ received a two thirds vote and .

; .. 1 \ bargain not procurable elsewhere. Q Milton's manager moved his unan-
1 ,: COME LOOK AT fHESE THEY'LLPLEASZ
imous nomination by acclamation.The ,
.j @ Three-quarter Bleeching only! 5 cents @ motion was carried amidst -'
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f the wildest enthusiasm and : .
'M:.., '., n per yard. Judge '. A ;I' ?
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if, -- ,IV Jennings was declared the nomineefor
n governor. He was escorted to :::LawnsWhite. Figured and Solid. .
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@ If you want PK @ three and"made a very graceful Organdies_Every style and kind., ( : .. : :
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speech in accepting the nomina- :" ,
Dimities' __White and Fi-'ur j; '
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the latest in that 1 he'ncmination of" cabinet offi' Dotted Swiss White ir-.i t C.. retl. rt- .
l :' you want styles popularfabric @ cers was next proceeded with and : '. <- : ;() 'i';.'",.:.*. ":< ; .-
,'.. and this-store offers the up-to-date White'jLawns -=--!
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the nominated Dotted ,
following were : ;
r,:" @ -ideas. Our PK. trimmings are* a novelty, @ For Supreme Court Justice: \ r;I. .. ;

KHAN CIS B, CARTER, of!facks a. Piques'andJ,:Nainsook>. \
:t ,. @ too,'that must not be ignored by correct @ For SfcreUD'of Suit:* I -x

,dressers.. JOHN L CRAWFORD of Wakull ,' Linen Lawns_Black ; r.d! l I7igure'd.+ >
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i ,WM B. LAMAR,of Jefferson. Dotted.Lawns-Linen
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: .@' 'I.' @ For Comptroller: ? f .., .',..... I'flccr. 'Cf ;-
WM. H. REYNOLDS,of Polk. ,
@)" @ For Treasurer: '..Dress. Crash,_Large quantity' from Sc to 25c per yd.. #
JAMES B. wH11'FiELDotLeon. t
: ForSupeihitendeutof Public Instruction:1' f>,* Percales_Every piece a beauty. .

I.HE_ ARTERS FOR PULLEY BELTS WM. N. SHEATS,of AUchua. .' .
ForCommiatonerot Agriculture: '

: BENJ. E. McLIN of Lake: ur Prices Will You to
COLLARS THE LATEST For Railroad Commissioner: | Help ;
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t'll @ @ JOHN L. MORGAN, of Hamilton. ,

'@ i NOVELTIES. @ For J. M.Pre BARkB 1JeaHai, of Electors DuvaL: Economize.i :' ",

JOHN. BEARD,of Escambia.W. .
if '. @ H. ELLIS,of Gadsden '.
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:. M. L. WILLIAMS,of.DeSoto. \ -
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\r., ; adopted will the hereafter state executive consist committee ,lie- \. ; .
ilt.'f'1."ALVAR.@o
member from each county.! Col. ,
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W. T W t'eksVas named as the I I
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committeeman from 'this county I II
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Hon. Frank Clark of Duval.county '

4. t" '.' .-'" : __ ___. __ ___- was elected chairman of the i.A FULL
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4 The platform endorses the Chicago

platform; instructs the delegates l. LINE OF '
irpiJRANCE.; from Florida to: the natipna: '
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,1 I, convention at Kansas City to:vote \ .
for W. J. Bryan for president; expresses .

j.F 3 Li//A\//O' & /"" vJSTARKE sympathy for the Boers in I l GROCERIES

.. ., v .I the' struggle for the control of TINWARE,
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i i == = = FLA. of corporations; recom -+-=%::f' HARDWARE, '

if mends the election of Unites s
jo, ------- -- States senators by direct vote of i

11.i.J J %i the people; advocates a liberal pol j I GLASSWARE, .

'!I 9 icy toward the State Troops and I PAINTS, i.,;..
I Naval Militia; is outspoken for I
t. ESTATE OFl OILS, .
three additional j justices of the: New Arrivals. [r
4 supreme court of Florida; declaresfor I

l, J. L. QASKINS state primaries; endorses the Itsnot extravgance to buy CORN 1 s .
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I i Jl, administration of Governor WmD. the best; it is economy. '
Bloxham and recommends that OATS
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\ sure you'll our
i'' J STARKE, Fla. I the question of the removal) of the
i'' r.tlI Butter the sweetest, our Eggs HAY
,I ) vrJ state capital be submitted to the ,
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If a:j.I... Dealer In people. the freshest and our Vegetables

) The Bradford county delegationdid the choicest. j COFFINS.

r: i DRUGS. flEDICINES not succeed in securing the We do not .claim a mono- i

and for nomination of Col. James but T. Wills their poly of all good things, but we CASKETS andUNDERTAKERS' H,'

attorney-general do that what GOODS.G >
1 favorite made a splendid showing, guarantee we

1 a DRUG SUNDRIES, c receiving 113 vctes on theonly bal- have is good. '

lot that his name was permittedto G. C. LIVINGSTON. C. LIVINGSTON :

, J Chemicals Toilet Articles Fine Perfumery be used.
\ That Mr. Wills emerged from .-
J and Fancy Soaps Hair and the convention a stronger figure in
Volcanic EruptionsAre A Powder Mill Explosion
Brushes Rubber Goods the politics of the state than if he
Tooth t had received the nomination for grand, but skin eruptions rob Removes everything in sight; so i

f' a Specialty. attorney general, no one who saw life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica do drastic mineral pills, but both

the convention and the vast gath- Salve cures them; also old, run- are mighty dangerous. Don't

FINE CIGARS ering of spectators electrified by ning and fever sores, ulcers, boils, dynamite the delicate machineryof
_ a the magnanimity and eloquence of felons! corns, warts, cuts, bruises, your body with calomel, croton toil
GARDEN AND :. his speech of withdrawal doubts burns scalds, chapped hands, chi] or aloes pills, when Dr. King's p

' FLOWER'SEEDS. for a moment. blains. Best pile cure on earth. New Life Pills, which are gentleas

.:,, li?J Mr. Wil] s was placed in nominajtion I Drives out pains and aches. Only a summer breeze, do the. work

fresh and clean. Careful and I by Hon. T. J. Hillburn, of 250 a box Cure guaranteed. Sold perfectly. Cures headache and _
Goods always ( Palatka an able lawyer and one of'I j by J. L. Gaskins. constipation. Only 25c at J. L. ;

prompt attention given to Compounding ; j I the promising young politicians ofi Gaskins'.

fir,'k Physicians' Prescriptions, day or night. i the state. His nomination was I: Miss Amelia Ray departed Perse L. Gaskins, arrived Satur 'z.

c.w. seconded by the matchless Frank 'Monday for Owensboro, Ky.,*l day from Lawrenceville, N. J ,
where she will spend the
:.of W 'Clark, of Duval, and by our own summer where he has been attending the
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1 D. R. Edwards of Law
i On the roll call Mr.. Wills re- Capt. '
STYL.SH JOB PRINTING ?5MFWCE tey, was a visitor to Starke Mon-I Best creamery butter kept on.
r FOR T Continued on last pare. .day. ice at G. C. Livingston: .

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BRAQFQRa COUNTY TELEGRAPH. i..... ., .
; ; NOTICE OF TAX SALE. ;. ;' > .-.. ;-: .. : .
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XTOTICE Is hereby gives that the following described property will be sold at public auction on ;;p.-O". .,. rJ. ..: r-
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Puolisheo! er Friday at IN THE --'D DAY Of' JUM', 1.XI. at Starke"- lu the county of Bradford State of Florida or go .. Owner. "' Description( Land. .: "c_ ,

'JTARKEB RADFORD COUNTY.FLA I much thereof as wh br: necessary to pay the amount due for taxes. herein. set opposite to the ... !.'..:.'.". .,-.,.."".. :. -= '"'- -c-::
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Starke Fla. .Tune 29. IDOO. :- .. -S- k.f IQt Chases Thompson.... ....;..;... .lot 11.._.... .. .. ..._.......... ... 1" 5 1' 10 131 .
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rF. sfirne GeoTQOhton .. .... ...:.... .... eofnw} of }a. "'
". Description or l..and. a Frank Gouger.......... ...;::.;. north third of east three-q: arters
.. ., _ct W ; k. of nwJ of ne},. .... .. .. .. *- 5 iC 10 655 '
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Our State Health Officer. ..- .- .. c:: -- c"=' B H Alden....'...?..... ..... ..:: ... south one-third o( east three- s
( .c: C ,4) L :09:I ::: quarter of nw:*' of nejtf ., ... 2u :5 22 10 162 i.
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I: Samuel White............... ....:.... bJk: 10nd lOb 1. 2, and 3. block a
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announcement that Dr. J. I (0.5_ < < VV' 9. town of Lawtey... .... 2:1 5 22 941

rF. VJ Hhipman.... ...... ...... .. .8W otllwli .......... . .. .. ... Tl 5o 411 10 84 }
Y. Porter will .probably resign the V J Shipman, guardian....:: ;:. awy of nw! ..... .............:.... l: 4s) IS tI':

't'1ul.sHolwr" u ... .. .. .... .DWo'nw'1.\ ..... .... .... .... .... 20 .4 19 40 \J6ClIIlII Gl'O l'ost............. ..... ....... ..::'17. acres on Lake :Klnglej avenue
position of State Health officer HoIJeHI> : .,... ................ owl( of nw\ .. ..... ..':.... ...: 2i 4 111 40 \17FQ town of Law\f\ .. .. .. 2:1 5 22 17 941
Brow. .. ....... .... $Xkor srk .... .. .. .. .. .... ... 21 .4 19 HO 14\1 G VOttMrsEPShlpman..... .... .... ......... ......swX otnwHof wJ( ... Y3: a 22 10 R +
to accept the nomination for the FQBro! x -;. rie . .. .. ... \ andt'Xf nw.l and u3ofs..34. t .......... ...low and2 in half! block down r
'_ .. ... .... .... ...... ... .... 2- 4 19 QZfl 491Unknow' ofLawtey..... .. ...... ..i. .. .2:1 5 2501
legislature from Monroe. countyhas . ........... .... . .lit'r.\ : 4 19 160 253 V J Shlpman........ ........ ..... block & and lot* I. 2, S, and 4 22S aa?
Cuss Re -: ? C 0... ....._....... sJi.... .. ......... .... .... .... ... 21 4 19 820 .4 s1FQhreve inuIt block 1 town of Lay fey W 5 : 1 0-
anything but a pleasant ringto :r'l' ..... ... uXofnwXandsw4ofswY. \. n 4 19 ItX'i' IfI.IFQBrf' J W C Petera... .. _.... ....... neJ of twH of se-'.... ........... 21 5 10 1 f3C8
'. .:ot..(!. .. ... ... s& of l'Iv..I' ...... ... ............. 32 4 19 40 97 C A Cannon... .... .... ........... $el4C ot 8e j. .... .. .... .... .. .. 27 5 Z 40 ;
it. His administration in his Chas $ ....r S (0. .... ... lOW I( of nili'\ .... .... .. ............ 8J 4 19 40 tItS Unknown............ _... ..........ts9Xlof5e!(........ .... .. ....s... 3 6 18 40 1 ". tit
Flu Unn n.al Co: .. .. .. .... nX of tsc4 and swy4 "f neX and BHHali) ... . ......... .. ... .... sw4 of nryy.... .... .u.- I 5 6 18 40 UK e
present position has been so suc- 8X ofnw\ and IoWor sw34... 33 4 19 240 387 Viney A Koon.... .... .. .. .. .... sX of sene (. .. .... .... .. .... PI IS 18 ws -I 78
Chas .' ,. t (.0. ..... ...... ... nwof nw\ .. .. .. .... 34 4 19 40 97 Unknown.... ...... .... ..... of nwttV:.. ................ N b 18 40 I ti
cessful that his resignation at this Flat .. ; .ialC0. .... .. .. ..owJ ofswJ( andhXofsw aodtot' W 0 Xi-on.... .... .... ...: ... n"*"- oC e. ... .... 9 6 18 4., lit: t
\ ......... ... .... ... 21 4 211 :1t1 4i1) \lneyAKoon.... ...... .........w)4otnw J4ofewif.-. .. .. .. 9 8 114 20 KK aaaX
time could be considered very lit. ( 'h ". -46.0...... .... .... 411cf...... ....... ... . ...... 22 4 W bill 8. I of nw/; ........... ,... .._. .. 12 6 1H 40 522: :

Fir r ". .cial Co.... .. nX c.f swy4 and nX of seX and L'haa Roberts & Co.: ... .............. self of swX ..;....;...1 .... ....... U liB 18 40 97
tIe short of a colamity, and the l4t\'ots\: .... .... .... .... .:.... r. 4 2) 60n 85.i Unknown... ........ .... ......... seMof nwH.... .;T.. ISnejjofnr 1" 40 131 r
TELEGRAPH eX of lIe and eor" owInd Dryden Keath.... ......_ .,. ,,. -1* 6 18 40 331UnJlnown.
adds its endorsementto sX of swk eof nwi( and uw.I of : ... ....... .... ..... ...... nl' fs.\ ...... .......: ........... U C 18 41) 13
nwX and nX of lot 3 and IIX ot VineyAKoon... .. ..... ...nw-J-iOi nw ( ........_.;.... ;..... 16 K 18 40 217
what the Pensacola Press says .. .' or lot 2....: ... ... .... 34 4 20. 41O! :5i 9 Unknown. ..... ..... . ... ... swyorsw?( .... ..... '....t; 21 6 18 40 1M
.. _of '.j; 'rts & Co ....... .... s34 of lots 1 and 3. .... ..... ..... 3-t 4 20! fJ 132 Chaa Roberts & Co.... .... .... nXot nett .... .. ................... -I 6 19 80 I4
of the matter in the following edi : nX of sw5fand IIX of lot4 ... :1,') 4 20 120. 96I Chan Roberts &: Co.... ........... .... nX ofllt'J ..... .......... ...!.. V.. 8 B 19 80 1 49
-. ....rtl& Co. ......... ...... ne\'of..w.\& ..... .... .... ... ..... a:; 4 ;1(1 40 9IJ Unknown .... .... ........... .... wX" ofswj...;. .... K 19 !II) 217 ,
torialVe ':. :,t.r. . .. .. .. .... .... sX of lot 4. ... .. .. .... .. .. 35 .4 20 40 1,32 UnknoWn...... ...... ... .......... nett of nwV.swtt .... ......... ...:... .. 12 6 19 40 132 a 5
learn with Su .1... A' Hwann. ._ .. .... ...... wX ofn'J( and "X of nw and Unknown. .... ._ ............ of neki . ...... ....... .. .. 14 6 19 40 132
deep regret th t. IiW- of IIWJ.... ..:. .. ... 33 .4 2t 204 386 Chas Roberts&Co. ... .... ..., .nw\'ofnwr.t...... .... ,. ,. .. 17 6 19 '40 96 St:
Dr J. Y. Porter state health o "';...", ,: "'Bold.. .. .......... eX orneJ( loud nX of uwJ and EClurk ......... .... ... ...... west half of west half of op:* of
4ofaw\\ ...... ... ... ... 3J 4 2J 200 390 nett and two acres in northeast ,
cer of Florida, contemplates i ttruwn. trustee. ... .... .... .e"ornan" < swy4of nwyo: .... 19 4 ki la I 201 ('Orn"r)1 nwtt of ar,;..., 20 6 '16 U. 3 84

his '1M'IOf8W'l" .411 3'15 Ellsworth Trust Co.:...... ...... .nett of sett' ... .... .... .,:..... 25 s 6 19 4<) yi ;
signing present post, to ac .I" i J'u.t :;eIsolar... .. .... ........ e34 pI ne\ ..". ........... .... .... 36 4 2: 89 39'lT' Cha Roberts & Co. .. .. ...:.... ssry4' ofot' ......... ........... ... 211 8 19 40 ,96,
a nomination by the Monroe county !;..... .ru.............. .... ... ...... w of nwX .. .. .... .... ...... 3 5 18 $0 217 U Scarborough................. Dt' 4 of-nwji, .andneV BW4.'C 'r. 19 80 '5 ItSl Na
i .. ... ... .. .. ... ..... .. nwX of } and neX of nwY .... 9 5 Iii Wl 216VJa Unknown. .:........ ... ........ nX of yeX . .. ...........::.... 31 4 19 l") t
democracy to represent it ti.(' : ......... ........... .\ of net ..... .. .. ....... 11 5 1'1 411 131lo. oue lot In town Worthington
.. ::;.hems & Co.. ..... ..,. ..:.. 1.4"r" nwX" ...nloeot loWand 300 feet north and mruUt and 4
state legislature for the e- .J'tib sw4 of 8W% ............. .. 14 5- II$ list 283 till feet eu..t aud West.......... i 278i ,
; .: \11. ... '. .......... ....nwX" ofsw.\(' :................ .i... 14 5 Iii&u 13:! Louis demons..... ..... .......... nw* of seX'and nett of vwtt J i "
term.We .. .... .... ... ,...". .. nw34 ofnw\ ...... ...... .. 15 5 1M 40 97.i and nX of DW- of sw34.... -.* 35n3i H lit '100 II 81
sincerely hope that )r. '. .... ... ... ... .....tt Hof lit. ofneJ( .... .... ...... 1. 5 lR' >311 132r F Smith ... ................. .. .. of KWtt of M..V .. ...... ..... 2 IS 20! M 882lH
Porter reconsider this determio-l: ::. Roberta&Co.::::..:...a::. .nwl4Cofs..... : .. .. ... .... r.J .5 18 411 !N; Unknown........ .......... ... .... wX of nett ,_.............. u. 2 A 20 80 c
: r Iolu"rt'l & CQ......:... .. nt'J of swX and swy4 of sw4 .... 21 6 18 IO! ) 1 49 .. .... ... .f. .. .... .... ...... fX Of 8WJ4.... ..... . 2 .6 20 80! 21
ation, and consent to serve in his i l ,.s. Cohrrtet Cu.-......;.. ...: nwX of seY. .... .... ...... .. ....3-1 Ii 18 40 96i Chas Hobrt! >!&: Co......._. ... .... neji of iieJi' "'' ..... .... .....__ 4 IS 40 iii
l '.r. Hobpl'tl, ('0. ...::......r". k34 of. swX. except 10 _lrt's on Chas Roberts A Co.... ... ..... .. oX ut lot 1... .......... .... ..... 6 6 20M:: 4s) 97
present capacity, for another two 'west side. and loW!. or sry4 and south half of lot and lot 4 ... 7 6 gds 120. 201'

at least and to this earl J eey4 of seX except 10 acres ill Unknown....... q" ..... ...... north half of south half stlot "
years ; : we tlW .. h. .. 3): 5 18 IOn 291II. 10.... .... ..............-....;.s.... 7 0 20 2A IIS r.
earnestly hope that the ne-vj.jpcrs: | 1 :- .. ... .... .... .... swy4nr 8WJ( ................ ... .... 3/; 5' 1s 44} Ii .. ............ .............seX' O8e4 .. .. .. .. .... ..... ... R 15 20 40 131
'_' !'io.!,:"!' &' Russeil.<< ..=....,..-...t w" Ornl' .. .. .. ... .... ........ .1 5 19 Not loll! to .... ...::"... .... .... sett of nett and ttett of nvc tj.t... 10 Ii :I/. 1'10 2 US ,
throughout the state wi': 'i. in u: ;, Rns: ''LS 8. 1.(0 :... ... .....:. !leU ot nw}( ._... .... ..... .... 1) 19 411 9f Chas Roberts & Co..... ......... ..neXofnwyandewy4ofnV..Y: ..;. ,2U: Ii 20 Nt 1.411 >+

in our appeal to Dr. Po- :- ..1'.c.. : .: ,. R'tartsand Co .. .. .:, ....,., nw\ of nwJ-4 and north halt of." Unknown... .... .._ ,.. ...I.: nett of net! .... .. ..... .. .._ 6 30 40 13t:
j ,2 : swy4 and. IIWof southwest :Marshal Frazier... ..r-' ... .... lot 5 bloc! 11 in town of new" A- '
cede to the almost unh t.. '.-u.n.i .' qUlirter.. .....;...... .... 3 5 19 llill 3 Jl I River ... ..........';. .. ... Im
,,' ..ku"wn .: .......... .. .:..... lIt' oCo.\ .... ..... .r' ... ...... .. 3 5 111 441 !r. / lots 1. 3 and- 5, block 29 tutfu of :'
ot the people of his n '- '. st.\te. .. ..i .:...:.... ".;;':: :eJiof nwX..'. ": .,. ... ...'... 4 5 19 411 00 New River.. .. ...... -<...;.<, V 231-

that he will retain his -v .P) : and southeast ( of A 11' Lane...... .... ....... .....lot" d and 10. Mock 11 tot -rt of k
r ; : awy4........ ........... _..... 4 5 111 80 I ,9 New Hiv..r..n ..:". ... .> 161
tion of state health of* .. ;.... :._. .. ... .. .... nwyour nx! 3 .,...:. .... .. 5 b ]9 411 149 Wm Titos.... ....... ... ............ lot 4 block 34 in town of v.\ew* ,'
while it is I.J Colrmao ... :,.. ....;..... swIi of sey4 ..........: .... .. 6 5 1940 Sir; River.... .:-....... ..'... .. ..-' ,t II. J ,18
low not .-"rlo-; ] l'nkII\Wn.. .....,......... .... ...... northeast }.t of Dt'l4Cand IIX .of I M Harnage.............. ... ... . lots 7 and 8 block 9. lot 6 Muck# II : -
: ,.;.-. ; ... .... -.. 6 6 19 1'd) 231 -
to attempt to deprecia -he : awX.L ) lots 1.2 3, 4. '. 6.' K. 10 and 12. "
digm (baS Robert5St (o. .... ........._.. s.wy4.of rte ..,..{.. ..._... 'j 5 19 40 IIi block 10 aid lot 12 block tOW : ,
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tyand honor attached a ;?* '.-.ia --, erknowu.... ..:.'.. ........?.... southwest, t'n and' ncy4 of of New filter. ....._..._. f. ." 603' r
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\J- nwX .. 'j b' 19 j 241 lot 1& block 33 in town of*New ,
live office, nor endeav cr .C.< e' ., ..... .1 ::." ....; 8of .:a... ... ..... ... ... 8 b 19 40 97' River..... .......... ... ............. ,$ !\3.,
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an opinion that Dr. c'r i\ :;, ..:....:. .1. ...... s.e34 0 :. .. .:...-. \, ...., l0 5 19 41 97Uhas W H :Moore........... .... ..... .... lot 11 block 10 and lot I bl%tk 11 V -
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> Robes is & co. :. .;.. ..... ne4 0 tort t halt of ,,. lots I. i. 9. and 11 block town
signing his present p( J ::! c.-pt !!i .- ; 1It'J Uotnw(: aDd .. of Xew RIver......:..... f V 3; 0
office IiW n.. ... ... ....:. 13 I) 19 .JI ) flJw" Unknown.... ...... .... ...... ... lot -,'. block 26 and lot 21 ttock 9 '
a state legislative .isl!!!
o. j. Cnkaown..t,..::............ t ......:... ,f: .... J4 Ii. 11! 40 97 New River: ... ...... ... >.'.... 1V, I i'V

coming politically, from a h'gler %: hurt- ,5' 19 10 665 ..' .. ........ ..:... .. lot 12'block n anti lots 2.. 4.'2* and 7
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10 block 25 and Iota 8Md 1.
to a lower level, we '.: (:->')st 'eat If 34 I and nwX of block St. lots 4 and :'btc.dr ,, 44 s

stoutly maintain that i -i ton of nw.e!: and I 43, block S and lot 5 fe+\Ck R] '

of ," I J. swy4( and.: nx'X. 2 5 :0 aliI 5 !51 and Iota 1. .3. 3. 6. and ll.MtH.-k, rd, : .
state health' officer i -ii- .nojc SC'}. : 4 block24.. all of bk>ck I y
important one the ('has Roberts &: co......... .. ... 1- ....:.: .... :-l.:. ?. 5 a!I) 40 1Msfl I town 10 lot of New River ... ..}:...'.5'.y' Y, ,5 72
as r : .- three-quartera of 4
ne 1ofne34. .: .. ... ..;_:...... 3'. 'S 20 610 NN'i ChaaRobrrts&Co. ... .....L._.. lot 4 and north half of jirrts '9i!
steal of .... ..
'c iJh t safety the >:j:'s DIII'J of nr)( end north half ..V and 11.......... .. ._4.i..
of 4 160 EM Hazen.......... ....... ... .. 10 acres in s.urhwl:8t corjier of. ,
the 20 leJ
than of nwX and or ....._.. 5 2 .
l''I nwX
people a :;. II:w4 ... nwX Of swX...... ._.;..;.... 3:1: li

4 legislative offices. .. nallli" ,....4:..1It'... ..i..and'.... ..IIX.. s.ofsw .. 5 :5 20 491) Ii 99 UnknoWn...._... ....._ ......... ..... sey4cfseY...............................:..__.,.;>......... .3I'31'; v 4'46 tRilvester 13 : :..inwJt ,
Ch.sHohert & co....... ........... lota.l and 2 and
: nortb.half of
Dr. Porter has held r -.. .'.. .:,t 6 '; Zip Sterrickl'l................ swf( .... .t .... M f 1W ,YiIB' (!
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position since its vi > Chas Roberts & Co........ .... nX" ... : 'a
establ 4 : south halt of lots four and
\:] 811 Cha* Rot> rts & Co . . .... w"olnw4.! ... ... ...... i-- It.
:6 : I41f ;
-'f- twelve .: ...... ... .... .. 5 .20 r'S
35)
ISS9. and has brought t "\ : :. .f ., ealst 1It! of J( and nw j of Chas Robert & CoTTFlajder -.... ........ .... it'.1'. 1; 1 60
ne
.. .} .. srX: ..:. ... 8 5 :00 1220: 2 31 : .... ..._.... .... ....I'f'JI of swj of 1Ol'34.."....:;1 .. A 1 ;ROitt4 31$
the state board of hcaltl n L:.. ..Sprr"stnt ; .. : .4,' eX or tlt'l4C and uwS4 or 'set; '. L A Sawyer.............._... awnf sr ........ i.. ;: .". 10. r '4U 5$,
high rank of and eX of \ Unknown......... ............. b"l4C of8o' ........... ...$ ..... ..11: ++ 40 A132 '*
0 of IIWt' and aw)4
eX'J .. 9. 'HI .. .._ .... ... ........ .. eG_ or se4. "" ''' ''' .. .4..... It $1) Y'1R.
.s 6wJ ....... ............ .... .... ..... 28 417 40"9 '
His system ot quarant Vr>" .. i +. nwof tRw\'ofIlWW t" to ........... ... ...... : sw4of nWX..L. ... 13 "131
.,;, aDd nwl4C an< TT Flash .............. ...... swJiofnw'iTTFIagler ... ..... .... ;.... ..:j J3 40 s 1 41 t,
allover the union, as tht -j.a! t. be4' and w3 of swl4 aside: ,I T'rFhlllt'r.. .... .... .... .;..nW'\'CfD wt .. ;.. ..- 120 I "';,4>.,: 'Ml ,q y ,
has nwX or nek and 8ey4of.nrl: ( U'olmown....:.....'.... ... swygotaE' ... .. .....: ..... 121: r:: r.1
nation . 1
andlle\'ofnwJ .. ..
a .. .
system, ,;uta Ch.as Roberts & Co." ..... .. ...., s wX of nt'!( -. ...(;... ......., .:..:.... 10 10 ;;j. 2.'!p 410 41) -Y.i" ........ .... ... .... ... nwJa \fl sw4 and awMof 1MYh( ..f'!23 x16. .2V:'b'.tiO e' .t 1' e'r
tlOn ; and is deem d :Most all ) .... ...... ....... .... not lot 2 or nwJi of ot i and .. .... a
v. except nwX of''unrthwestquarter. seX of nwii.......... ...1 ...... 24 2t. SO. 2 SllII
effective scheme to the ..........: .. .;... 11 5 20 600( x 5i .. ..... .t ... .... ft- ', Sgt
pr. i 's" thal.ot lOW\ .... .... .............nett of neW >. 24" 6
spread of epidemics and to inder and of Routh neye of IW of n..I ........ ............ .. nwlotow.lt..5., ?..?.. 2R O: Zl ;.40' IIi Y YT
half J '
f .. ... .... T Flagler..r.: ..._. nwX ,of nw4 and nwj .f swi : : 'e ..21 80 14
.d .. :.... 5 mi"
their introduction into COM.muni south. .. .half.... ..<.. ........ ... .. .. 1J h. 5 20 50075n34 .') TTFIagler.... .... ..... .... ... all..:................ ..' .. ..: lIS ..21 g63 .8 67
irk) ,
ties, known to quarantine ork. Albert Sndth .. ... .... ....... .. Hell' of eeyj.............. ................ 11 5; 21) 41) i"sa- TTFlagier .... .... ............neH and neJi of nwJ... .Ai.d.%... wt'. '32 v r'>; 6:; ,,21 1DABlaln. 24 ,
Chas Roberts & ('0.... ... :... .... w! of sa.!( ...... .... .. .. .. U 5 1.11. 149 of 88 and ewy.._ .1. : (88
Dr. Porter is eminently .- :'., !iiiec north halt of JJeW'; and lIeM ofnekl.apd :111 ............ .... ... ..... Iota 12.:ings 13 14 mib-dlvlsion and li, btickJlTCurate 1ta'A-1, | ;... f..-4..:'
half !
as state health office not north of uwy4audewy berry'Green..i:... .'' 2 : G.i::':., 1 91 y'F4.Mrs. .
fire on ; of nwX. .. .. .. .... 14 5 2"11 .. .
20 410; R Rinz... .. .... .. .... block n'neteen and iota fJ'tJ -siz4'V : v::
account ot his un onr >rn- '. alll'xct'ptllw"" ofawM........... 15 5 2f lit)I K .oo. 1, .r.ft.-.. t
.ng Unknown... ... .... .... .. ... w4ohte.X.... .... ... ... . 16 5 } SU j 5 to sixty inclusive and-if.t\.M", 1'. .to. '' a14
firmness : 20 -1> block "l-land i. 1
in refusing ic- ? il' anv west balrofnwand e\'of 1It1! to 121 inclusive J > ; .
.. ..... .. lots 169 to IllS Indus!** and, ".-.'; '
and north hal!otswJ( 5
11 )N .
violation )
of % ...
dev 20 '
or ',I... jm ills II a6 lots & to 246 incIoaiv ..Cuinmlngs ..
Chas Roberts Co........ ...... .. lot sir and north bait 1.1 Jot ,

quarantine regulanr--.s.: also lot.I. .. :....._.. ....... .. ... ... 18 18 5 5 W.,. 1:0.Hli .i 3J Green.sub.. diviirion. ,..:..*.in.r..J-.A"brry,3. ; e 6t ,;.22,' '. 31'LS

because his extraor in;':jy ability J.Rm..s (It'n'oll jr................. ., north half of lot 2..... ... ...... 11 5 ;j, 40 13i 4'1! II CUlltmlnlll................ .. nw4 of sws lean 20 acres?... ..;.. S 6 .20 585
to diagnose and : ('has Roberts 8. tv.... ... ........ lot 5 :)1 ito Chas Koberts& (;o.. .. ...... nX of ueW end.w#! tiI ney 1 '
classify disease. n.\'oflle ... .... ... .. ..... .. 20 5 2s) 4i1 151 and east half of.,BW% .ail nw'/4
snwyl .... ....'..:..... ,.l.2 8 22 ,2S0 4611
Dr. Sorter's vi in and east half of seX ... .... 21 5 : ofsw'jUnknown '
.7i'ance this'respect nry4 and sw'/q of nwyo and nX of :)!) 24'f' 3 5- .... . ................. sell ofswX.'a...aw. .... 2. 6 J'l 40 97

has in many well authent sekandsw4.' ............. .... 5 20 2211 CI.aaRoberty .. ... .......s 3-4 of sett of se. and nw'X" oj
B2)I ... .. 3 ::! 54 2 04
north half. or ne\ and nwX end ae< east of ra1Iroad..i: 8
icated instances prevented tht introduction south half "f 8t'J4" and sts'X. ..... 21 5 "u) Unknown... ...................... nwif oftteV .......... ...!:.:..).... 4 IS 22' 41) 13: 'sr.
ot east half of n.I and ..w tit oe34 211 4 6 WI' Rufus Choate... ..... .. .... .... nwJ4 of iwk '. .. ........* '..... 9 6 J'l 40 Uf ;
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contagi-Mj 'Jl!. infectious and siX and cast half of HW4 Unknown .:. .... ... .......... .. nil" of nwj of nwjf.... ..;,.. ..... t! 6 2l 20' b3 x,
diseases into cr state; and 8w4 of lOW\ .... ... .... 2' 5 20 .OU .. ... ... .... ... .... ne.l .of swi of oeij. << 110 Ii 2: 10 132 ,
and while all copsmencingatsection tine dividrhK 62- EdlO'Neal.. ............. ...._ ne M of swtf and all of tw.of a"
at time 1 I-e :
shut sections thirty and thirt .. seJi Ivlng west of Star,.e and .
off and isolate all lang. .- one and southwest corner of} Studeraon roa-l.. .. '. ..... 1T 6 2 5i 53'1 t.-
and 5I. L. SleKinney's reserv. und ThoR Briggs... ........ ......:. ... sWJ of .... .... .... .,,,...... 1" 6 22 40 Ji
strange disorders, w.j: ,:-'; justas running north 'to right of way Unknown...... ...... ... .... .....Iw ofsw} .... .......... . .... 11! 6 2l 4t1 21"
careful of G. t). IJ }'. railroad parallel .. . ..... ..... .".. oX of ne4 of IIwl4C......:.... .... 11 g 22 :0 J 32
not to qu -f-rije .gainst kith! Dekle Street thence in SFMyers. ... .. ....... .... ._ swl4C of 0l4C ........ ... : :.... ..21 6 tz 40 31r
any Florida city or :ct with soulhl'ssrt'rh'!' direction 011 said Emma Dell.... .... .... ..,......... BW'of' block 6 south of. range
right of way hoe where aid : three west in be.l oh ...... :1 6 : :3 I IS
out first ascertaining !) y personal right of way IlItl'rsecl.ls ,tiolt 8WJ4 of block 3 south ofJiing; 5

inspection whether not the hue dividing sections: thirty and west 64 feet wide esll and
or exi ,
thlrh -Oil!:!. thence west a"1I1 West! and ISO feet longs north
gencies of the case require it.Without p Section line to place tlf agin. J ;, 'and south on rastnide >.f seX
rang Mid land being on south of block 3 south of ranger: west
underrating the pro. I Hide of G. S. & }. railmad Temple's subdivision..,.....__. 21 6 2l' 36i "
fessional ability of of bounded on north and east by one-hblf acre beginning in a"uth. g
any our said right of way 00 east and east corner or IIW!{ of a'';"J i and y
Florida physicians (for we have .u.h lIy section Ii. e dividing running north 210 feet,:thence
sections thirty and thirty-ont". -. west 105 fret: south .fc) feel,
some very able ones) we will in west by Dt'kle street 011 south thence 105 feet to place of .

conclusion say-and side of lot 10 in t..wn lIf Lake beglonini... .... .... ...;. 21 -e hi 4 ()o'j if
we believe Butler... ...... ........ ....... lo! 43 SF. Myers ........... ................ block 5 south of range west. '
that the majority of our doctors Unknown .. .... .... .... .......... lot .8 Dtkies addition 1.0 Lake east half of block 5 ewuth of i
will endorse Butler.... .. .. .... .. .. ... .. ... : .tS range west and south>alf of
us- that the loss of 4 acres itY outhwest corner of nX' bloc: 4 south of range' 1 west

Dr. J. Y. Porter as a state health of lot 4. .... ...... .. .. .. 5 :! 4 162Unknown. and seT of block a.-Jth of
; .... ...... ...... ...... lot twe..ty.four running :/114 feet U range 2 west. Temples wib- "
officer will be a disaster not only ; .ortll'I&U south and 1,14 feet division. .. .... .... ....."... .... Jl g = 393
to Florida but also 'east and west as per Jkl&rd'fC S J Temple..... .. .. .... ........ block 1 range S soulh an.east in
to the nation. ..une}'. said lot In north'tall oC Temple'..Bubdivi iion... :' ....... l2 6 := I g2

Accordingly the Press in behalf Jot 3.... ... ......... ...... ...... :; :!I) 1 11:1 V RWood.:.... .... .. ... ....... wX of neVofneV .............. ... *' 6 :::: 4 >>3
I fOX of S\\4. .... .... ........ :31 1) )II 80) 1362 l\1':8SaIII': Sweat ............. ...... 11ol sett ohw\ .. .?___ 'lt= 6 2'! 88 r
of the whole people, trusts that lIe}4 of St'J ........ .. .... .... .. 3 tl. 5 211) 40 131Vllknown. Oliver Ken}on...... .. .. ........ w fofnett-... ........_.7., .. .. 26ao 6 'G 21/*
Dr Porter be .... ... ........ .. .. ..... w e.t halt of northwf'>ot quarter of :! Vrs J B Robertson.. ...... ...... uwg4of nwX..t.. .. Ii 2. 132
may prevailed uponto Stc'5' 2u 2n 162 Unknown.-.... . ...... .... ...lots 4. 5. 6, 1. 8, 9 and W, block
maintain his present position as nOl th half of ne\ and north baIt 11 and lout H, 7 and s; block

o. uw'; ... .... ... ....... ... 5 ill 1w) 2113 10 In Temple's addition stir! town .
chief of the State Board of Health. nwy. .. .... ..:. ................ : 3-1 5 ai 110; 2J of Starke ...... ....XM .,...... 396
--. Chas Roberts &: Co .... .. .. .... nof oeJ .... ..... ...... .... .. .. :3.t'J.I 5 :2'I 4u 1 49 ] Pullen... ........ ..... .... .. lot 25. 28, fT, 28, 37, 38 39 and .
-- (C'hasHotwrts Co . ... ...seta or nwJ( .... ........ ... .... .... 36 5 20 411 97 40, block 3, Dowling's addition
Quick Relief for Asthma. John'Griffis .... .... ... .. ....... sit' of lot 4..1 "'I S 4JVincentO'&dd. : toStnrke.. .... ... ...t.. .. ... 291
.............. .... .... swJ of nw:... .. .. ..... .... ........ Ii 21 40 llf Unknown... . ... .. ....... .... lot 4u, block 3. Dowlings addition
Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons Unknown ...... .... l'l'Jof lIJ: ( .... .. .... .... .... .... 1t 5 21 -40 97 to Starke....... ........:_.. ._. 113
Kans. \ (:.cent O'idd..w Y of sY'4.! ... .. ... .. .......... 19! 5 :1 4\1 IrV Mrs M R Morgan... ...... .... .... one lot commencing at J\ point
writes: "I suffered eight Jhipmlin) . ... . .... .. all except;: fifteen acres lu nt'\ of i i 60 feet east of ne cor at lot V)

years with asthma in its ne% .... _... .. .. ............. :S .'.' t1:5 1'195 of the original town of St-rkef
worst I Mary E Baldwin.... ... ........ .... lots two three and four in ne:.i of 1 belo on a line with for -irett

t form. I had several attacks during oe% ........ ......... .... ... ... 5. 2:: 15 111'1Y continuation of Jacksonre t.
the J Shipman.. ..... ............ all ..xCt'pt west half of nwyo of I thence south :MX feet, o. nt
last year and was not expected j neX.\ east half of nee of nw4.... 5 filIU 12RH t 105 feet north StiX rt"\t. west

. to live them. I Alice M Parker.... .... .............. lot 3'J oodla.wn.... .. .... ........ Ii 2 5 22 10 J :11 li through j F. V.'. Perry. ... ...... ... .... .... lots nineteen and tWenty two ofStarke.... .......j. ... .... 314 ;
: began using Foley's Honey and J .oodlliwn.) ... ... .... ........ U 22 :!\J 24J Fl"" : ........... ...... lot 14 block E, Jonoos' adrti'jon to
.; Warren Shaw..... .......... lot i\t\\l dlaW'n .... ... .. ...... 5 22 In. 1 :I'! 1' Surkfc.... ........ .... .;? ....i. 162
:Tar and it has never; failed to give 15 French.... ............. ......lotS5and6. .... .. .... .... ... 1j 5 ;:: 2IJ. 131 R C Heiberger... ... ..../. ...... Jots 1 and 3. block 22 in town of ,

immediate. relief." J. 1... Gaskins. ] # v f Starke... ... ...... ..;.;.. .... : ItU

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SHOOTING SCRAPE.C. CELEBRATION ABANDONED.. "AMONG THE BREAKERS." l HEAVY SENTENCES. t
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Real. j t T. Johnson Shoots Chas. Oglesby Arrangements for July 4th Not A Charming Amateur Performance Two Bradford County Citizens Fined .r

Near Lake Butler. Consummated.The flondayNlght. in Jacksonville. .
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Bargains The Bulletin of June 23d furnishes TELEGRAPH has to performthe '"Among the Breakers" was W. N. Nobles and E, L. Prescott ;

the fo'lowing account of a unpleasant duty of announcingthat charmingly presented at the opera: of Ward City, this county
:shooting affray' which occurrednear the celebration planned a few house Monday night by home talent who had a difficulty with a'Jack-

I, Lake Butler Thursday, June j weeks ago for July 4th has been I < \sonville hack driver a few weeks
Are what we give you. :21st: abandoned The house was crowded and the ago, were given a trial in the criminal w3y-
at affray When the with I : indicated in that ,
.The kind that consist of Thursday noon a shooting negotiations : hearty applause clearly court city'Wednesday.
occurred in one of the shan- Professor Guilliams to establish a the appreciation accorded the per- The Times-Union and Citi- ;
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Highest Quality combined 1 ties Richard's mill which may Normal and Commercial schoolat formance. zen of June 27th makes' the

prove fatal to Charley Oglesby, a this place were begun it was The parts were all well taken. following reference to the case f ;.
with Lowest Price. We IJ'I young; man well and favorably found that a considerable sum of J. S. Brown, as Larry Divine and "W. N. Nobles'who pleaded not

offer an endless number oft known here It seems that Mr. money would have to be raised to A. E. Wall, as "Scud," the colored guilty to assault with intent to

Oglesby, E. J.' Adams and Chas enlarge our school building, and as I servant, were regarded as especially murder, but guilty to assault and

Johnson were in the shanty it was generally agreed that the meritorious because ot 1\the ex- battery, was fined $350 and costs, v1
during the noon hour, the latter establishment of such a school ellent handling of the dialects or in aefault to be confined in the a

Stunning very much intoxicated. Johnson here would be of infinitely more called for by their parts MissEvaTruby.a's county jail for six months. His

'" ; flourished a pistol around and good to the town and county thana "Bess Starbright." friend, E. L. Prescott, pleaded

Values Oglesby expostulated with him, jollification for one day, it was I I was charming in her coquetry, and guilty to carrying concealed weapons -
: saying he did not like such acts, decided to hold the celebration Miss Mary Giles, as "Biddy Bean," and was fined $100 and costs, to

even when done in fun, as accidents -. project in abeyance until such an Irish girl, captivated fie audi- and in addition to serve a sentenceof
In Dry Goods, Notions, might occur "Y 011 don't I time as a definite answer should be ence by the management of a love sixty days in the county jail.

Shoes, etc. We,show the like it, ehVell! take that," returned received from Mr. Guilliams. This affair with Larry Divine. Mrs D. Judge Doggett gave a short lectureon
Johnson, at the same time line of action was decided upbn to J. McLeod as "Mother Carey," the habit of carrying concealed

newest colors, and shadesin grasping Oglesby by the collar make sure that nothing should the 'fortune_ teller, delighted the weapons, and said that in white or

Dress Goods and the and shooting hIm' in the right stand in the way of raising the audience with the splendid hand-i colored cases he should be severe
breast. The wounded man reeed, money necessary for enlarging and lingof: ,what was the most difficult .vith every offender. '

prettiest line of White and was released from the graspof equipping the school building ,for part in ,the play. Claude Alvarez "Both Nobles and Prescott came '

his assailant, who firec again, i Mr. Guilliams. The correspondence I as Upeter Paragraph." a newsp-psr here in May from Bradford countyon .. l
.. Goods ever brought here. the bullet lodging in Oglesby's I with Mr. Guilliams continued i reporter, took, the part well!: T-! an excursion and hired a hack. "

ti back One more bullet missed its until a few days ago, when he amused the audience by his c-" /- On getting out they refused to pay i'I

mark, and two cartridges failed to wrote the committee definitely stain desire to make a "scoop"his'journal :7-. I the driver, Harry Williams, and

'; BiD' explode. Johnson then ran out of declining the proposition made to .,_ Miss Ollie Weeks ,:,j I Nobles drew a knife on him while: .. "
the shanty and hid near by in the him and stating that he had madea "Miss-Minnie Daze," the fiance r' I Frescott was getti.ig ready tojdraw

.e woods. The alarm was at once' contract with a Georgia town. "Peter''Paragraph: : ," kept Mm '-: 'a;! revolver. Nobles succeeded in '

'Reduction given. Dr. Seeber King was sent If this answer had come two hot1 ''water;; to"the, delight ot th-;;.cutting Williams across the foie..

for and the wounds dressed and a weeks ago the celebration project audience," F.'H.: Long, as '*1)aMurray -.-.'' 'head, and immediately afterward .

posse led by Deputy Sheriff Dowl- would have been taken up and car' ," -the'villain -of the p1'. ) the irrests were made. Ex-Sheriff

In price. .of' .:Ladies',..' Skirts ing and City Marshal Odom, started ried out, but it came too late'to excited the 'cordial l .dislike tri *.:KJ ;ohnsof Bradford county, made an

and. S irt'\Vaists. Sailor out in quest of Johnson. permit of the completion of the arrangements audience, which'waVas high i--rr Appeal to Judge Doggettin behalf f
When they, together with Mr. for the kind oC celebration pliment 'His handling of the part c* -he: young men, stating thati rt

Hat\ at Langford, neared the mill, they Starke desired ,lo' sba'rfe as, .could:-*be''.'wished,, lor. Ft ;they were hard working men and
\.\ 'discovered the man they wanted with her friends and rather ithan Duncan-as:"Hon Bruce Hunter."' t Jt .rmers, and that it had been their ,. n

t ) ,' approaching a couple of saddled invite them to a "one-horse" affair the aggrieved but: forgiving cha.abler'of .. ; .ist visit to the city. Young ;

Actu mules hitched near by, and took the matter has been" abandoned -_,the' pLq/,was excelled: jr-c.-jcott: seemed to deeply realize +
him into custody. They are of altogether. and Rodman Jones..as the ward "; j *'." trouble that had come to him, j= .

the'opinion that he intended to It is much regretted that*,those Hunter, did the 'part to splendid :. ... both men were thankful for s

:. -' take one or both of the animals who intended to oy" /tb advantage. ;,11 <".>.. I terest that Mr. Johns had ,
... ,CosWeJP andmake his escape, but was with us are to be disappoint *%Ut. ; The rendition the, parts vas hcwn in their behalf." i.-"

thwarted by their timely arrival this notice is given' due time'in so good that' ,dose, attention was
I xe; he whip to pricesfbuble upon the scene. Had he succeeded order that they may go elsewhere,, accorded the :amateur players In Justice Gardiner's court Wednesday r

i the s peed of in getting one of the mules if they choose, and enjoy the:. day. throughout the plot: and gener- I ; Jane Strong, a young ne.woman ., I
the chase would have been a live < ous applause was frequently given fr -. was sentenced to three r
ly one, for the animal is a very Worthington.i\ ; them. nwiths in the county chain" gang 1
i fast traveler --It is hoped by that for larceny. The charge against .
everyone
We have had too much rain ,for '
I It is said that Johnson expectedto they"will again volunteer to entertain the woman was preferred by S M. 1Alvarez.
R & ENSEY BROS. the which ,are badly damJ
'r' ,, a lady in this crops ,the public. She had been a servant
marry young
aged. y: :
S;:' -- -- trine home of Mr. Alvarez and
tee. Should' Meet, Soon. county Oglesby's next Sunday wounds, are danger- A number of young people came Miss Isabel Peek entertained a had helped herself freely to Mrs.Alvarez's '
over from New River Sundayuandenjoyed
: his back. of friends Tuesday evening clothing. ,
the party
bus in
holding especially one ')" .
litter
;r 'I of a primary he has constitutionand the springs,: with gamesand music.Dr.'and .
t c 'r, the nomination of can- but he a strong As Mesds. R. A. T1rJerand! Haines- .,..- -, 'Mrs.!' S. B. Bigelow, who spent

-members, of the legis- may pull through.learn that he we is worth, of Alachua county, visited Mrs. B. T. Fortner, oi several weeks in Start-a few years r

1 county1' offices is being go ,to I retter.press He we to the springs last week. Brooklyn, were visitors to Starke ego in company with Mr. Bigelow, rr
ti discussed, and there is some was conveyed 1 he J & S. W. will run excurs- Thursday died at her home in Lexington, .
his father's home three miles from ;
.I ear ot uncertainty as to ions from Newberry and Lake I Mass., June nth Mrs. Bigelow
evening.
S 7 se the, county executive town Both Thursday Butler to Worthington every Sun-- Notice. made many warm friends while

f omml :will pursue in this mat- R. Adams men were teamsters employed and by J day. NOTICE of application for permit to Bell liquors, here who are pained to learn of her ; "'
ter. T "is a division of senti- as were Mr., John L, s.of'Lake But- wines And beer. death. I i'
r considered good friends, yet it was ler and Miss of notice U hereby given that C. M.
ment one. question. Many May Younge PUBLIC
-t noticeable that and M. L.Johns doing buMne< persons thinkthat a primary should Johnscn was en- Crystal River, were married the u C M Sparkinnn& Co., hare filed with the S..;. a prominent young
of because the lat board of commissioners of Bradford ; Gainesville j
vious hus ot
j Oglesby county u .as man was i '
be held for the 'nomination of the home of the bride's parents Wednesday county in tie state of Florida, their application
ter was a superior workman. 20th. The for a permit to sell liquors,'wines and ta*>r in in Starke Thursday looking after ,
legislative members and that the June
here from South ceremonywas election district No.6, of said county and state;: business interests. .
candidates for county offices Johnson came performed by Rev. .Gray, ,of that such application will be acted on by the"Bid ;
four months board of commissioners their
Carolina about county at next
ago
should' be allowed to make their well Ocala, in the presence of a numberof regular meeting which will be held on A large number of Starke people .
r contest at, the general election. and consequently is not very relatives and friends. The THE FIRST TUESDAY IN JULY A. D. 1900\ ; are attending the picnic at
., favor'convention for the known here. maids of honor and best at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day and the
Others men were New ri }
:ir bridge to-day.
The waived said board hereby calls upon any citizen of fuel iong !'
prisoner a prelimi- .. ,
Miss Clara and Mr. lection who desire do ,
district
.nomination of legislative! members Younge may to so to --- -- -
1'.1 and a "scrub race" for the candidates nary examination yesterday, and Brown, Miss Pet Wells and Mr. show meeting cause of If said any board there,be why at such the said permit regular shall D ..rinF last May an infant childof i

r, for county.offices, and others was remanded to jail to await the Wiley Hood. The groom is a not be granted to the applicants. i of. rf';;hoor was suffering from
By order of the Board of county commission
+ still favor a primary 'election for action of the grand jury. prosperous merchant of Lake But- ers of Bradford county,Florida,this the 5th day choler r/rntum The doctors ,r
j -'To- -the-Voters.We - .- lor and the bride is one ot the of June A. D.1KO. J. B. CREWS. had giv c _* all hopes of recovery.r Y

i all.To say the least of it, the situa- most lovable of women. Chairman pro em I took a bottle} of Chamberlain's ,
pick up our pen just to say.
tion is confusing and the county Think of those candidates every day We are glad to, know that the Colic, Cl uera and Diarrhoea i s
executive committee should take If you've lost your wife go and hunt her, new hotel is opened.L. Remedy to the house, telling 1
prompt action in defining the plans But don't caret; to vote for Gunter. Coleman, of Burnelts lake, ONCE MOREwe T Nt! sure it would do good J'thee ( <<'

for the campaign and at once set A true and noble man of worth, was the guest of Jerry Wells Sun- if u Jcording to directions. "
at rest all doubt and speculation as A Bradford county man by birth, call your attention to the In tv.v, .. to the methods to be pursued. One who has the cause at heart day.The Fourth will be celebratedhere fully r :ered. The child is now R
For he labored hard to feet a start. fine features of the new
r A majority of the members of by a big picnic. Public speak- many vipr.:' s and healthy. I have
the committee will probably be He is the man to BOW good seeds, ing by orators from this and adjoining styles of rect.."-.*nded this remedy frequently .
r here next Monday, and if definite To uproot thistle and clear off weeds, counties will be one of the and have never known it
and hoe.
To wield the harrow plow
action is not then taken a meeting On a forward t tride our schools will go. events of the day. MATHUSHEK fail-MRS CURTIS BAKER, Book- -
should be arranged for the near o'er, __ walter, O, Sold by J. L. Gaskins.
A man who lias worked the county
which the whole Mr. and Mrs E. Cleary and
future, at matter From the center to the shore:
should be definitely settled, He knows the dark corners and boles: children will' depart next Tuesday PIANOS
Then don't forget him at the polls. for Philadelphia, where Mrs. FREE

Strengthened By Defeat. He'll uphold our girls and boys Cleary and the children will visit ( .
Because he knows they're more than toys; relatives. Mr. Cleary will go to The Mathushek Piano of
The editor of the TELEGRAPH is
in receipt of a letter from a friend For He knows he has how it all they're down very toiled concI to rise'e. Wyoming on a prospecting tour to-day is incomparable'from [MAGAZINE'r
and thinks he will make his homein
in Jacksonville in which the follow- standpoints. Mechanically -
Search this county round and round that state. many I _
ing reference is made to one of A better man can not be found --- perfect. The embodi- I I '
our fellow-townsmen: To hold the office which be asks I
fulfill the arduous tasks. N. G, Hayes, of the Ward City of artistic. I II
"On all sides I have heard pleas And ment everything
til section, was a pleasant caller at I Dre.sonkag economic, fancy work bomrbold bill'".
short tturie tovin. ete Batawrib* to-4ay.
4 ing comments upon Col Wills'speech Now conclusion suffice to gay the TELEGRAPH office Mathushek Pianos wear and Daly too.rovly.eamnt tiulragwiuvutvd. Bead(or tfnr ''
in withdrawing his name When he comes to see you just answer "yea;"' Thursday.Mr. I
from the convention. The effect And if you've lost her,don't fail to hunt'er, Hayes feels a deep interest in please for a lifetime. May cost
I So at the polls you can rive her to Gunter. public school affairs and thinks of i _
of his eloquent words, so manfully NEW RIVKB SPECTATOR. becoming a cand date for school I a little more money than many"socalled"
delivered, was thrilling, and be-
commissioner. but in the
pianos
lieving as he fully did that to the Frank Burnsed, of this city, received ,
stronger man belonged the prize, i a painful wound on his --received----from- end prove by far the cheapest. I -

his action brings to mind the right leg Wednesday at the campsof Letters Mr. and As the Math II '
a consequence
I Mrs Joseph Eckert. who left 'I I
tales of chivalry of the long ago the Atlantic Lumber Company.He .
,. when men acted upon the impulse! was chopping a log when the Starke a few weeksago for Kansas ushek Piano is a piano for a lad....nlmtt.clrlt. and little rtilTitrMl 'ft&t.Mk < i iS
Mo. indicate that rata itTlliUi" clue"effect not attained by the BM of mr v
; they
of honor. Few men grow strongerin ax glanced, and striking his leg, City, are lifetime and gives satisfacticn other p&turn Birtao equal ontytoand perfect lM &.
defeat, but he is a notable exception inflicted a deep and painful gash having a pleasant sojourn in the I I I
and Bradford should be' He will probably be disabled for West. I I every day, and therefore theyare

proud of such a man." two or three weeks. recommended by many of kL. r'l
I ---' From the Insurance. Press we .** .#
The county-commissioners will Miss Emma Smith, of Anthony, learn that insurance to the amount America's greatesj pianists. '

meet next Monday, and after trans- who had been the guest of her of $784,418 was paid to citizens of LUDDEN & BATES'S. H. H.Frttf f G

acting the monthly routine will sister, Mrs. W. h. Rivers, of this Florida during the year 1899Of Xaailr.pot Holdia together...Hy' Onljtftt.T.ry etly and u4 If crat to...*.eee..r fcy.-...oaihlvber. .u. p
begin the equalization of the tax departed Monday for Nashville this sum citizens of Starke received .Jtun. rUnaft-er. 29 East Bay Street, ink foe them. lb.ol.tetyveq lauat.p-ta4ate ttjlt f
Jacksonville, Fla., General Southern Agent THE MeCALL COMPANY'
returns for the year 1900. Tenn., to visit relatives. 9000. Msthaslek Piano .......WMI Itta Mfwt, ... KM risk Otj,"V.

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( iOIJIl'MI1IINES: FREE,.STInKS ,ACTIVE.rt CONFLICTING REPORTS' \V '
SLAIN ," PEKIN tIl'6 ijlli
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President Steyn Keep -\1 ,'" 'S: rc"Engaging no.n''" ... "''"f./'_'''>'':'.''''.''''t-: .I\' .,,:i;.

:;if. ?Onslaught of Allied:.Forces.'Upon ,-tbeAttentiop..1 ,of.Lord ,- "TOIRTY.KILLED True. _I1dltl1 of Affairs" In Chineseto.tha"1: I uoibsrrtif f :,00 (:HM': 11m-

-Roberts': the;Chinese Empire. : .. !
-**" Army.. : .. d. ;.. ,
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Tien Tin Is I ti TI "Ihpest.the 'Oi" .
Disastrous. The British torpedo boat destroyer ... ,1. 1 ,....I ? ".
E -' .. A London'special: of Friday .says: .. .....'--.. .... 'f" ., .' ''.' r.''i':1. 151...1'i't'#
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-f" GeneralSteyn's'forces' in the Orange Whiting, Ohee Fpo. China'reportathat

('1 *k",vCaCilE5E, iAIDIE';:GUNS,' n cTIyayWuhlnRtoF Biver.colony,are for :the time!', drawing Flaffal l Wreck "Occurs On ..nothing'has been heard' fromSeymour's : HEAVILY EQUIPPED-:f IT&: 1:

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'" : .. :. : most of=the 'attention of'Lord Roberta force for seven days. :"r ttnUOKM ...:;;' ,, 1t
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Vice Admiral Sir Edward ,.. ) "
Seymour -i.
1. ; a Orc lal.A1al'medaad-D ,, rather. ; .to:the, .,neglect,of Commandant Southern .. '.' I .>n"" 'l '
i Railway. .
.- c < is the commander of the British squad- Krnppt' and .STaxlmt Galore-. aM. ) A a-j' ..r. >
To Transfer General Louis Botha andPresident '1 ''' ''
Aslatle Squadron ..-:] ron in. Chinese waters,'and "also; in :inanition. 'Im. :..On '.Paatl.,In: Iaez'bauttlkiaQuaittlves .-.-; ;'lt'Jt i ifl4"; t.
To Taka. ruger. command rof.the force of 2,040( marine "
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The ;ieveranee, between the Trans guards representing all the powers t
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The followingbnlletaa was issued vaal and'S'Orange River' colony wascompleted I CAUSED BY A WASHOUT which started for Pekin Jane 10, but Ma'searn ". A 4 )"- : 4$ .'
has, it is reported, been compelled to "General: f isaysCa "cor-! ". .' ;

by the, department' .at' Washington said it,:'would Thursday be,' by,',as the Lord arrival Bbberts ofGeneral return to',Tien Tain. He'is:supposed respondent' .%of#a i& London ; paper"ShaaUai"Ewanooniiiatingof'fonr*:it ,, "lrJi

iSaturday\ :. to be '
J fJ fighting against overwhelming !! '
Buller's advance guard, under :- : :
t, 'Acting ,SecretoryHackettmorning hoe.1s Lord'Dandonald'at. ; Standeri n- L ss'of'LifeOreate5t. .. 'Ever-. Known cumbers f Chinese fanatics between thousand men, left ''a"week'" 'ago' y +, ?t

._'received : Tien Tsin and Pekin. for Pekin, and Geneal'Suag-.Ching's :
p dispatch ft ? :'The vide'net: arotJnd the ,6,000 or In Railway' Accidents In the : iii
.g; ; Admiral Kemp ;',;:dated Che Fool 1 & 8,000'men, under' General Sfreyn will The: French consul wires that the forces, 'numbellng'.2,500,=' left :'for:the-.' '" '.;!:

;if, :22, to the effect that the marines under now1,contract .Adroit maneuvering South's History. British mission at Tsang Chow has same place-on-Jane.15th.-r-.- ..,: 't"!.; tfand ''#""

.MajorW'alter, together with 400 But and: brisk fighting are'likely to take been looted and the mission:cries conveyed "A careful. e til1of. the number. n S

.clans, have had an engagement:with place; because until ell resistance to an unknown place by,a Chinese armament 'of 'the..'Chinese troops iJ. ;

x the Chinese army near Tien Tsin.';The,. south, of; the Vaal is at' an 'end the Passenger train No. 7, on,the Southern general.A around.Pekin>puts the total at 8 ,OOW,' r'' ."**, \, :{fJ

JR co1ld.llot break. through the 1ine; .,A British'line of communication will not road due in semi-official dispatch received in and It JS: calculated:;;that,these troops ?, n; ;J .iR
Atlanta at 9:45 ; <( "
t p. m., Berlin from'Tokio dated'June '
force nnmbering.2OOO' ,' the ;admiral be safe..President. _. -- 1. Japan, possess 220( sevencentimeterCreusoti | ;)! tt

reports, is now ready. to.. make. rattempt" ,Krnger's sons, who surrendered ran into a washout over Camp creek: 2I.t, says the Japanese, ,cc-usui at guns; eighteen Krnpps and >150Max; ::: }1ty.\!
Shanghai confirms the report'at .
: to General Baden-Powell, are Saturday night at, '9:30o'clock, one ims. -i w. !
The main 'importance this Vice Admiral Seymour haa.arri; ed at Their supply' of ammunition. 'ir '
of dispatch
back farms
... on their working peacefully. mile and a half north McDonough,' '" > -Sl
;r is Admiral Sempfi a disclosure General Baden.Fowell rode with PekinBad"that'the'members of the practically inexhaustible.--Ik-been: : I"

that? it is the Chinese ,army, and not only 300 .men fronvMafeking' and.he. (Ga., which is twunty miles south of 'diplomatic. 'corps are wife. According mainly: supplied by a ;German; firm at; .i WT m< ELI <
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i a the Boxers! who are; fighting, the_forefgn made the last section .of this ride to Atlanta, amd thirty-one people were'killed : to an official Japanese ,report ..,,-on: CarlowitzT: Fully three-fourths.pf::the: .t' .. w. 1t

troops. Pretoria with only thirty-five.' .Lord outright. Che: Foo, the foreign eettlemt : at Chinese forces are badly drilled'whbV!: '.6 '"

wt 1 A SECOND CABLEOBAM.t ; Roberts met ,,him. in the outskirts r of The train left Macon :on schedule Tien Tslu''was reduced to ashesue_, ly und&ciplmed and" mite: unfamiliar,>i ". .,." '

the 18th, _J i.'The with .modern; ap nL':'' .. 13.V : ;! ..' :;
aid t-
'The navy, department Sunday afternoon town escorted. him to the time: It was made up of an. engine,' etiiBleu '? '
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Brussels
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newspaper e .
SbanghaLdispatch.says
"issued the following bulletin: presidency.General Dewet' farm houses have No. 864, and three cars. The'bar next .states;that'.a' telegram was received V "Li, Ping gong, former governor? .of f .. ''"-+.!::7 :f1 [?"
to the
"A cablegram from Admiral Kempff, been burned by the British. engiae was acombtnationaffaWapart Thursdayl; : >y;, an important .Brrusa1 Stan Tungwho is''intensely'anti-fot**' :

t '.jr.dated 1 'Che Fpo,June: 24th, says: General Buller', has issued a special of of it it being used for, baggage. and, firm from China sayicg that AdmixSeymo .PTJ, has gone to the Eiang:Yin-forts': :'. h .ttl'1ilbe ;
for
part "
:f : "In ambuscade near ,Tien Tab, on order eulogizing the'service of Strath. passengers The next ir'ereleivingforce and the u YanrT8 .-:He'ltardeolaredhis<;' .t \


; killed<:and seven wounded. Names Captain Jones and the brigade.from while the third one was a Pullman car;; 'ously.s ''legatio'Jls"'Were 'rep: e' ,tish forces in that.region'.'! "* r'y I",* .., ,iI :i

will be furnished 'as soon as received. her majesty's ship Forte have been or- The run from Macon to'1IcDoJ' oug1i/ intact and all the Belgian resident ?' '' 'to"a'HongKorig.digpa'tch, ', f 'o.f ;, ,v

i+. Force'of 5,000 'going to relieve Tien dered back to the ship at the admiral's was had baen made in a' heavyrstorm,'which' said I*be'safe.Beporta .'/! : 'Sunday,*strong>r'einf orcemenU i\ ., "') ;

prevailing for many:hours. '. ,. 'have been received at lit.- withithreetMaxims *".' '
,i} ,TBin'today. : KEn!!'. request ? 'ian-police. sf}I'iY
At McDonongh usual 'stop wa Kong from .Canton,' that owing to tr.erepresentations : :
-een to the
s The secretary of the has order- The Netherlands Railroad : : aen\ ;Kow.Lopn/on ",
Company : (
navy
made and the train ;t
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pulled out for At( : cf theforeigu consnia.: tnd., : A..Che Foo.: of F f .
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'measa8@ ,
t.f'd
of South
rid Admiral Africa has received official .
Bemey to with 'the lanta. One mile and half ...
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; ; go a north ofMcDonough Li Hung Chang has consented. to lcrm&1n'n'ton. '8- to t'h r 'i -
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Taku and I notification of the expulsion from the was a culvert'over Campcreek ;; ;.B
Brooklyn to tender General ."'.'.'.. ," c- cannon have bsetiisdded' to: .J5t
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Transvaal of 100 of with -
its employees I .
: MacArthur which had stood the storms for, ,JW-.
conveyance ofrany E,f
f. st-fortrtafij-wh'erd'th'ere 1! "
which 'the; iheir families: The Dutch 'consul at Zither: cloudburst; /ALLtES:WILL:ADYAXCE. are a'. ;
army,troops Brooklyn can many years. a (jo soldiers '
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carry.. Lour en zo Marques telegraphs that a the heavy rush of the waters after dark I .'Ji'1r.' ''1't.; "11", ''. -.u... -. permanently! : en :t t
,Admiral Zempffs proclamation bas been issued to the Saturday night washed Bear Admiral Brae b.DM Prod..m2t10J. a further force.having.arrived= 's> ....t :';>
awayVquite'a
dispatch 'giving '.
) ..' Hai Chin,, .There' '" t
Effect that the company'sofficials who -!_ >tdCbtne AathorltUThe ag ; vis anra
,hte mat definite news of the shedding ? section, leaving an immense'gap.The I .' ,
: lingreiailingherq'and an" x'generallys'antieipated .
: diniralfy in:''L dbn1has
refuse to do British military work will rroeivedtuefdlowingw
train .
.,.of American blood'on' Chinese soil .rushing along 'plunged:! .. ? :I
; Chi-.* Jj4
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be sent back' to via Lon ; & } : diapatch fro'n
east
Europe .
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-name early Sundamorning and 'was wildly into this gap,' and'in,; ra'eecond.the .-' '; *.,
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4nteareclosingtheir"offiOet
rj.us
r'turned : don, Cape Colony. tender was piled .thegineaud'the Bear; dmiral. Bruce\-'*.'' i I\. :: -i
over
Secretary Long upon '
as soon ,Advices from Lotirenzo ; i :::. 'M:- CheYoo;:June 21.-No i-nu p,4ring'to leave-the'port.: Alb :?f"' .
,' Marques 1< ; >t- ,
+ a11 tarrired at the department. cars npon"c rs' i 1'n i -i ; I .
; h'Immediately ex ors: < '- at standstill., 'j
a -
from *;> 'i -
,1 With,Admiral'. stato that President Krnger's principal ble.mass.; .I ;communication the Commander- I t .1" .'b
: Crowningshield the allies' ;oj j <
ii
4 : secretary carried: the dispatch to the condition for immediate peace is that after' '1 the 'carsf lvelf (Seymour) .io>seven' days or i j -. tPJCeparaJtiQnabxlth'e; ;. .,.: "If. i 1
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twhite.honie! where, on the president's he be allowed to. stay ,in thecountry. down fire began to spread jin ,'4Fen.Teininfivetdsys.The| allies : p' ..orward.' The-First: regi- "' 1.tr

"lT tcrri from'ch'urch,1 it was laid before There are.. 50,000 British .sick and them, and what' destruction' the".. .theTaku forts. and, Tong Eu se- !!j.I fci fish' Indies-10,000! )men. 4 ,; 7

wounded at Pretoria. .Mrs. .Reitz,wife did! not 'alfl ely,"and ,they.will:'.advance to thu iof em'k at Calcutta' Sunday and 'Fr. ;(
:jhittu The .:determination accomplish/; flames '
: ; .
thereupon '
.. e C t. ..riaes :receivedrorders to? : :; :
was: reached to order Admiral Remey, of the Transvaal state secretary,: and completed. -' -* Tien Tsin when in-su1Hcient'ngtJL j :*. :" !q.; "'"'
"" : her family,,who arrived at ,Lourenzo Of the one killedaHvexieitvo Troops,.are .expected from ;::- -n.English por t s. ,.- Ill' ;
thirty
,, >injccmmand of the Asiatic squadron, ; ; '
< : .1 4". 'a t.is war:officerin.:a a'. Ij"r
: 1'ft'
had and from Wei-Hai-We. p'
';ffrom'Jlanila: i to: Take, on board the Marques en ,route for Europe, so 'Were lifeless .bodies:.when fescu g;Eong bon of 1
) : prolonged'campafgnis'contrading' ; ,
%
: little .that the. Dutch consul ibelieved that fighting ,is con ;
from the flames
--nnored money the
stea
cruiserBrooklyn. scalding >>
for'; winter clothing and"fns 'i .
.'The secretary'and Admiral Oowinbield -' purchased second.class steamship,tick and the raging waters :of jthe :ore" 'proceeding: around i Tien Tsin.. c....... .. ..:. ;,; "i.- .1)' ..I'; ..!!,
.
: <, .
ets for them. 3"garrison there should be ,about .
". swollen rains Into :
{ by heavy torren .
returned to the navy depart. a ..3 Bred .
Amur-army d outsslu.number.
oar ii-
Par or
>men: The following : .
nine : proclama- ,
men wheriadh orders were Only persons 'were rescue il'-"W
necessary ,.{ h'1
CZAR A CENSOR. i"is to be issued forthwith Y 52,100 e.n.t. i .
None of them'are : : .
seriously >>
dispjftclrSd w Admiral Remey. The 'injured. "
'. The' admirals and senior naval officerii e* _ty-fv ::r guns,, 'Japan; proposee.to: i :
:eft'ect"of this transfer The wreck'is said railroad 'ol .
is to make Taku by men'bn'Chinese; r
la5,000
.'t I Iitnei Stringent Rule For Newspaper of the allied in China desire territory
cials who visited the moat powers I x
the he&aquar\en- the Asiatic Correspondent. -. icenetWthe wHn & fortnight.- art',: -1 'r. ''; ''c l',' 3f
to'make t.c
-
ron.; The Brooklyn is expected quad.1 The Vienna ..The disastrous in the histpry'of; .the state. known to all viceroys' and .. ions the minor ; }
i ,I correspondent .of few mom au'thoriti the coasts and rivers ; military prepara* *.,; a. ]
at once, possible,as the ord rs sent < Only a were :requiredto '
} t .a 'ho '
c Portuguese .
j London that the
Daily Express'saY8 and in' 'the, cities and provinces .ofChina1 government.atj ; :i .
;contemplate getting :the admiral on Russian minister of the interior, M. arouse the peopleof McDonough to to, island ,of Macao, at.the.aoutli: .l't} .
.
the that they intend to use armed ;' .: :'i
e.n'a .' fact that the most horrible railroad .,
r..: the earliest moment. I
Sipaguine, has issued the following instructions wreck the state had ever known had force'only against the Boxers and people vest T'ranee of Cantonriver: is sending .... .r: a :

'It' ** : fVSIS "WHOLI.Y''ISOLATED. for the guidance of newspapers occurred within two '''miles I '0,1' t i that opt ose.them o$ their march toPekln'to arm :0.t Portuguese::'in"'Catt ", fIrt'i.. :

,.+ .: ',>v Advices: oi'Dfondey' from London in dealing with the .far eastern town. '- .eir\I. rescue their'fellow: countrymen ton. The Germans in"HoHong' '14 1-J

elate that the position: of the international situation: The "' ;, -." have cabled ,Emperor'William, to ask j. p :
'reached 1
scene the '
"1. No reference to the movementof .w en.theJ'i if.they may serve in the local forces ins ; {
forces in tbe'section of northern place where tbVaccident occurred beg ABLE TO:PRESERYEk'EdCE.) .
defsns
f Ko
Russian troops or warships. ; ? Hong g. 'Afmillion4ro.ndc.left : i-. :
China,'where 10,000 men are striving gared description. All.tbafremainedof .
'f "2. Papers must bear in mind that Hong: 'KongMond&l for: If' 4'
f. to succor the the train was a mass of-'ruins that i Minister Wn Tins Fang Delivers'Reassar1ns 11
:: keep a footing and legations Taku ''
by' the British steamer' HaiLoocgr.
the czar is actuated only by'a.desireto .1 ,
in Pekin,,appears increase, in in the dim light appeared to be only amass Messages at State Department. .
maintain and will / f '
peril with f very'fresh dispatch Pekin the nations.peace. a 'good of splinters. i Mri'Wu: the,Chinese minister, called The Shanghai correspondent of: .Thtr', ; .'': i;f>>'
I'
bas not 'been--heard' from- direct. I for cong"3. No gossip about differences A number of thrilling rescues were j i Secretary Hay.at the'state department London Times: 'sends. the following under I ,.' ,. *

fourteen days.: : > made. The manner in which the nly"two Thursday and informed him'that date k. r ..' .'"
Sundays .
the that would be displeasing ( : ,
t J. 'The last dispatch' Was one imploringaid. I among to powers the women were rescued was remark he had received a dispatch from" "A .military correspondent'af1' !\ !
um"n'oj government. able. Miss B. Merritt'is the viceroy: the three great provinces -
Admiral Seymour's: col : "4. No criticism of Russian Mary .of says tharihe"bperations'of i "the.alliesare ': :
', 2,000 was last heard ,from tielVe'da)'_ diplo- Boston, where she is a1 teacher in 'a 'of.the 3ang: Tee Eiang, saying that he .
suffering from the of '
want
naval -,
of a a
vas macy or military or strategy. school of She felt himself perfectly able to the recognized ,
ago. At that time it surrounded oratory. and her pupil, ,keep '
'. "Fifth ''editorial writers should' head, defective organization and *
midway between Pekin and.Tien Tsin. recollect,that Russia is predestined to Miss Clara Alden, also.of Boston, had peace in his provinces and insure the' the lack. of. transport.. ,!' / \ 1 :;t t.,y::1i

Possibly now it has reached.-Pekin. in Asia. been visiting in Macon and were en safety of the foreign 'missionaries and Mr.Kf..Jer; the noted engineehas' -t: t

!; The 3,000 internationals;at.Tien Tsin predominate"6. Comparisons be made be. route to Boston. Both occupied I that in conjunction with his colleaguesis arrived at'<'izo Foo. ', ..1
were hard and fighting for may berths in the Pullman. When the able to answer for the preservationof "'
pressed'
t tween Russian and foreign troops and The BritJ i: cruiser Terrible has arrived -,. '. .. .
.! '.their: lives on Thursday and a relieving seamen when unfavorable to foreign- plunge was made they found their end peace and order in all t the great; atC"' goo from:Toku withthe, ; .''" tMli'

force of lees than a thousand had been of the car almost entirely submerged. southern provinces. latest neTCuich is'as follows: _. ; "J':

beaten back to Taku Friday. Observ-: ers. Going upon the platform, 'which was "Eight: ImpJred Sikhs and_ (200'''' I, Y. .f....

h arson the spot think that 100.000 men : FUNDS FOB HONOLULU BANL. an exhibition of nerve since the water RUSSIAN DIPLOMAT DEAD. WeIsh'rr.siliF-a have effected .a |unc- +1r'1 "a

.
,s.f7. 'would"not be too many to grasp China was almost to their chinsthey climbedto Foreign Minister Expired Suddenly From Hon vlt iL": (American, 'German( and '.
> "f' dirmly.A ; .United States Coin It Shipped to Island the roof of the Pullman and walkedup '\\SfA
ni f ? Apoplexy While at Breakfast. Russian !*.*- : -rhich had been cut off''

message from Shanghai dated on Steamer, the inclined car to the further end, The Russian Minister of Foreign by"the Ch. boot nine miles.from 'h
The China sailed
steamer from San where stood
they calling for : '
help.
at 4 embodies some later Count Muravieff, died suddenly Tien T i *' gas proposed to"..d.b!- '
Sunday m. Affairs *
p. \
Francisco for .
the Orient
.Friday with a They were the first to be rescued. A er'an '.- the Chinese forces &
u .on
at St. Petersburg Thursday morn : f
information. It says: large number 'of passengers, among rope was thrown, which each in turn' ; at TV "tT.It : tit night (Sunday)" '' ,J

"Official Japanese telegrams confirm : them Macfarlen and Brenner, of the grasped and in that manner were ing.Count Muravieff had finishedhis ;- ". .r what forces united.
just
: the reports of a defeat of the allied i treasury'department, who have $750- carried safely to,the point from which w.tTone. Felieringforce
'
of coffee and had ordered 1I'0ul'i ,: :
000 in United States morning cup ;; .
forces at Tien Tsin. The foreign. coin to deposit in the cars had fallen. oil ; relieved another. .
cut Jican by
I his lunch when 'he" fell in an !: ; '
ers' there are placed in a most desperate the American, bank at Honolulu. The The list of those killed is as follows: apoplectic fit and expired in a few At anj"rri, ..tt'iaappuentlycertuiathst' ; ; .r
situation. institution 'will' become the first na 'tdffi
Passengers. W. Iparks W. F. minutes between 9 o'clock. the allies'arrived sufficient 4 :
yd 10 "
those killed of the reliefforce tional bank of Hawaii... The funds are' <- "Among Maddox, George W. Flournoy, W. J. Count Muravieff"wu the head of the force at Tien Tsin Sunday to attaekthe ;, 1
the commander of hermajesty's to be used in paying outstanding bondsof "
Friday was' Raw iians. Fate Jesse Pate, aged 13, son of W. Russian :diplomatic service which is besieging Chinese. 'j.: '. nwntordei
Barfleur. The
ship foreign J.,Pate-all of Atlanta, Ga. admitted on all sides to' be' the most '
300. Troops.Home.As '
-caaualities
were and Lieutenant Costly Blaze In Plttsbnrg._ D. C. Hightower, Stockbridge, Ga. aggressive and successful in the world.' I;
Beatty soon as Secretary'Boot' '
Captain ; r"
J. L. Florida, Nashville, Tenn. The marvelous success of Bcasia'sAsiatic : '
Wright, British, have been severely Fire .in.Pittaborg,.Pa.,:Friday, destroyed The crew-J. Sullivan engineerof policy of territorical extensionin to Waahingtoa'9nsl arrangements will;;' :J f i 1t

,! '' wounded at Tien Tam, according to a eight buildings in the principal the wrecked train, Atlanta; W. A. connection with the Trans-Siberian be made for the withdrawal of as iasalr j! t..

Shanghai dispatch to The London business block of the city causing Barclay, conductor; H. R. Creas- railway and Pacific ports is largely troops ,as can,'be spared. "from" -'further. ," t. ;,
.
Daily Express, dated Saturday. a loss aggregating 3250,000. services. in Cuba. \. .,..., .'
man, conductor of Pullman on the due to him.LUCAS ... ,' .. J;,,; .&

TO FORK1USERS"f wrecked train; W. H. Green, fireman; _EXPEBT;SAFE 'CRACSEE' 1.-,<' ,1. "
DEATH .
OF GOD"
"INEVITABLE ACT ,. !
I ...K W,W. Bennett, baggage master. GIVEN .LIFE SEOTEHCE. Li.-I ; ,- ,.....'..., .J.f.. .. "',.,"->.""., .. '1 i ,'J'

Placard fUlHC Potted Iat '- Employees of the road who were on if 0-. ..ili.V.aI.: .. '- a.-.I''i, :' 1JmploA ..J.. ... w '.
of .
'
Official B
of Railroad i .
Import : "
Explanation --r :: !;"
;"
: Clilaa.By Bo.x.r fatal train-J. H.. Hunnicut, conductor 'hr Third .T.im. JCerro Is ,Convicted of fuss:8tata Tr.a.iryi'" '>-: 'H'' .- R i

At Canton, Chins, the boxers are1'OltiDg' cardiac Fearful Wreck. Atlanta; J. E. Wood, conductor, Killing ills 'Kmployer., .A'. dispatett'TfM.-Frankfort; KyV .t ,- : tkt

placards, oi Southern railway officials who could Atlanta; G. Y. Griffith, supervisor,' For the third 'time'withinla 'year says'The ''inside' teel);doorsof-th' ** -' % & .

inflammatory be induced to talk about the wreck Flovilla, Ga. ; W. R. Lawrence,' foreman Lucas colored, has been declfcfd 'easkand bond boxes is,the statatreas-: '*_ *;: '"

-which. the following" is a sample: near McDonough Ga., Saturday Stockbridge, Ga.; W. ,O. Ellis, Will murdering, Robert.F.'DaTL* urer'e vaults. ,, ths' combiD....ou''of'.. .. ,f r. I:
of. '
guilty '' *
.4 L iLLAti! 4&j'WhlCh fJ
French 'Ga. John
kill 'all Germans, bridgeman, Stockbridge, ; .
.. itstdMeunier
; citizen of eEaIb"" ttaJOJUf .JJ.. :1Ie ar 1" *
Toharo night, :were very guarded in their fireman Atlanta J. an ,aged .. county. ::
:.Americans;and English. Brantley, ; H <, took charge of 'theoffiar. !'( : '

peace prevail in ,'the hearts.of the statements They claim that the Rhodes, flagman; W. I. Morriasette Ga.The west 'to 'the I ; 1 were opened Friday."'"Frankfort':m .,1':11 i '

: should. 1* washout was due to no inherent weakness repairer, Pocahontas, Va.; Ed Byrd, case jury,shortly &' -
t, ,people aU foreigners after''11 o'clock chiniit* had,ban at wotk on.the:doors' l! : ,
Thursday morning
be atutainediin.'a' in the'olidity of the roadbed or fireman 'Robert _.. : 1 ,
This end ; Spencer,
driven'out;, can negro negro hours' later verdict of for thrMdaysa&d.-inadeh! : progren., tlt:1:> E1:
i : trestle the creek into and ;three -T: 1 ,
,,few. digs,if reuniteourlitrength the spanning porter.UnidentifledBOdieaof Friday morjwag .III"' was sent )> "y* .
.without recommendation '! .
{ ,'" which the,train< was plunged. Super four:.white guilty; : a : thatthe' flu' inIrrc #o r iaoondct t .. a'ifj ; !jf :.a
returned Owirig.fo'the'-fact
11; tThfe\ : ;amdiralty,has orderediTe'moiVcruisers intendent"; Jones,of the Macon division men; one supposed to:..be Robert was << caw Jd blowopeiIsisfe .'J'i hSim: "ii '' f '" ."

+i. to: to go to China.- fThi ; on which .the ,wreck occurred, refers Buchanan, of Atlanta, and one' G. M. evidence against': the"negrowis'largercircnmstential : :was'selecUd by ilU'pi on:authbritwa 1! ,If\\;, 'Il: ',
to the affair as,"one of the inevitable Seewall of Chicago .bodies 'of. five ; ;JndgeCandlersentenced 1tj II! 'i
k ; tepiesentant additiona150,003'tonetthtacrewi d ,.-. '"' ; ; .tWtt1l ilUa..job'! ; B. V' 'f t.

,] '> ; aggregatiog 3000. !- : acta'ofrpo&. : negro men. < *'" Lucas'to. 3ifeimprisomentin ix-, .' "' 1f. op wed}hd"'i % ttyIau 4 i'1 1 J' 5r.

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r a' .' :. .V :; ST.1BD.J'L, !.. .' _. The late" Lady. John Scott'Spottiswoode k

_ '" JUNE'29 1900. t ........ .... ......, .... Oitrtch Featben.- ;.. the author of "Annie Laurie'*"'"t
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Conservative. She ,
anardent
,
-f was -1IJ
t. L Stste features of the Ostrich feathers, which have \been
The Democratic Ticket. ,The most important opposed; the substitution of coal for ,
_j This is.the age of progress, and the For Governor William Jennings. Democratic,, platform adopted at the resting fora time, are 'to be ;!been heat and slates for thatch on herBerwickshire -* '
and'white and
_ : 'true maD of the period never comes so Justice of the Supreme Court state convention in Jacksonville areas again chiefly in black estate, and made her-;
become popular later. in the sea '
'a full stop'observes Puck. Francis B. Carter. follows: '* may coachman ride postillion, regarding a. --
of State John L' Craw son. odious innovation/
j Secretary -- "We moat heartily and enthusiastically box driver as an {

ford. J indorse the declarations of principles A.Popular AeoomplUboMat. derogatory to the dignity of a Scottish -
;;
Buckwheat cakes are' Joeing.favor' Attorney (*e ;sral-William B. embodied in the platform adopted Broad work: in.stater: color risa; gentlewoman. {
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In'the'IInited': --States. -1'beamount La'-I by the national convention of our popular accomplishment. of!the; j mo- -

of.bookwheat' wised 'is boly about mar.Comptrolle- _W. fl..Beyriolds., party at Chicago in;189 ment. .The aide of the brush!:is ';used

,". :.one-half'of'what' it' Was thirt7-ftve Treasurer-. R. Whit tiel cL, "We most heartily and enthusiastically rather than,the point, making' effecr&ther FADS. cc+, 0
; .. .
Snperintei of 'Public Instructions than detail Flower .
thefearless stand taken paramount.
indorse
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'' years, ago,. ,notwitiistanding the in- ,
; -W- F. S'aeat8.Commit designs are particularly satisfaetor FANCIES
by the-great,true,and. brave leader and ,r
? "- .
crease.in,population.There ,. r J"r of Agriculture-B. E. friend of the people, CoL William J. made by this.process: ;

McLin.. Bailro t-(. :ommissionu-J'ohnL.:, Bryan, on the great questions of principles A ]Merttorlont Fad. Dotted. organdy sprinkled with

'. is occasional evidence of pro-: and of national policy which Th wearing of miniatures is a : a4 small embroidered floral sprays is ,,

'p u 'in:.China,' notwithstanding the Morgan Natiuwi '' ')mmittee -G.'P..Ba- have arisen since the' adoption of the which has merits. which' all fads do among tie' new all-overs. '

i ,''conservative': policy'of the empress ney. Chicago- platform. not possess.' It is a charming'way: .o! tGold jriid gives i'ptetty touch ,to,
"The enormous growth and influence likeness of some dearly re of the:new It is only a, :.
pS liD'' 'extended insider De' :i f?s to National ConventionH. carrying many gowns.
A telegraph waz of the of the trusts challenges "...,
power membered relative or friend ancW. touch aiithe belt collar or yoke
,
H. JieCreary, of.AIachna; B.. S. .. t ...
the "Forbidden city" fox : the attention of the "
.. the wallsjof people one to be rich in these bean threecorneredhats
\ Lid '" cf Eecambia; .B.,H. Palmer: happens The pretty" little a.'l'I:
y ,the first time the other day. of Coluvlia E. Wolfe, of..Escam-= chokes the prosperity of the masses of tiful gems of art, one can have, a in fine straw,trimmed with white rf'.

bia: CL-irles Wright, .Hillsboro, 'J. the people, threatens the integrity andpermanency never-tiriag'array of decorative ban and pompons, are to be seen for Chil- ...

; W..Wf:-::.:n, of Osceola;, B. D.'He.. of our institutions, and blea. There is a delicacy about min dren. .. :
f ,Commenting,on. the idea to abolish. next to'imperialism' presents the most iature pendants which appeals to the
.
Gibbons of
( Don('! of Volusia 0.. ', ,; There |are aborter'C06ta of fancy-:
vital which must be settled at
the horse- tinestion refined taste And when the fashionfor
the trolley by substituting Dr silk "which reach only to the knees, '

F : vehicle the New.York. krldsays .... -nates M. L.'J. Beives, the coming-election. wearing them passes, 'why then .
Jess : 1 : Jacoby, ;: ,VWe favor the reduction of the tar but they]have the same style of flowing v
rto the wall, not in a
they
may go
: 'It.tbe automobile can save the conn-' f c ; McShoneGeoge.WR oJ (I, I iff.;to a'revenue basis, and the putting of desuetude but merely in an sleeve.: '
sense ,
try road from the trolley,track,it will :,. .!1derson., J.'L'Kirkpatrick' F.t"1oIe.W. : uP"01) 'the'free list of all articles the alternative usefulness.: Yachting snits of deckbine'cbeviotf'made "
: .
.A FiIer.
:''render life in the country better wortc ti :: ; r prices,of.;:which sire fixed by trusts ,or '. with a bolero ,Jacket :and .
: 'M.Barraof
.c 'P !eutial Electori.-l '
: ;; r";
t monopolies. Kind-Hearted lire. Krosjer.. trimmed with, gold braid are very

T Tv living. -- I Ocu ., John 8.:Beard'oLEscainbia, '"V "We demand'a prompt repeal of authiwar A pretty. story is. told illustratingthe fetching;hen worn with a blouse of ... ,
rh.: Ellis of Gadsde :
l ;..and-MiiL ;taxes' and ',a return to Democratic kind-heartedness of Mme. Ernger,, Bern linen lawn embroidered in.red or }

'. Sir Michael Hicks-Beactt, the Chauellorof I .Vii-.jasof; DeSoto.; + *t .y* j I principles 'of economy in governmentil the wife of grim, old Oom .Paul. II yellow and blue.Shirtwaist -, "

I the-Exohegner' ,. in a Jh'1t4eother.daysaicl.thatagreatca i Mr- tates-W.-ILHariis of Monroe, expenditures.We.favor having been decided to place a,statin sets with belt-buckles to .'
.Sp t=l- J riilbnrn Putnam Wi F.Hines '
: ,
( a graduated income tax, to the President of the South African match are'in* oxidized 'silver let 'with

a-SS jet J .:.wter and; Daniel- ;; Campbell- '. .of, so levied.as.tb: produce a large part of. Republic at Johannesburg. the completed rhinesto es. A favorite design is,a
:
't to'Great Britain was the growing;increase -1 i w=-:.::'1;.. is '
,., submitted his
the revenues now raised by taxation, design was to medallion bead, which is repeated, ,

national expenditare; rriichmight i which 'falls, heaviest. on the poorer wife for her criticism.She was satisfied the small stud, and set ronndwiththe

lead to much misery, among the' Turing the cIoeed seasbn,,several of classes. with the work, but after a.little glittering stones..A .' '

'.working classes. i iI the fishing 'eaptains'whose'ostehesfire !"WW favor 'the.free, unlimited and hesitation asked timidly if she might neW.! English skirt .just touches ;.
I ha i.iled by- the ,Florida+"sh and independent coinage of both silver and make a suggestion Following a
'.. the ground at the back, is less sloped jon
:. Company,,will take 'Uiejr.lamiliei gold at: a ratio of, 16 to 1. We oppose prompt assent, she requested that a, its.f rat and side.'gores"and is'
.. There is one church:for ever* $':: ; 0-3 1 to weeks cruise\do \ .bay ,be made'in the
Delegation: to national banks of depression might ,top,, some inches fuller all around the 2.
people in',the United ,States. Boston I r -jy will go"out on;the'\'.vahoui sh'ar* power to issue money.based upon the of the.head of the statue, that could portion ,than of the skirt upper

rtt has oDe for every 1600 of'her population 1.i 3' owned,,by th :::comp ul s" and' credit of the United States. We maintain be kept filled with;! water: in order models itj for any seasons past ,

xQ '''and ;Minneapolis one for. ever; I10M. I.gh it until the;:'pleasurekwears. :oft. ; that'-,curreucy ;issued by the that the birds might drink. The suggestion vogue .

I ,S. 1'' '.J. J ,.,.., *::1 UnitediStateVgbvernment; is quite-',asgood was heeded,and the statue in 'French cashmere, .a very lightweight '
Twenty-four million people attend of ladies' cloth, and fine
,
t .?'. Careonmell4hnown"inlraniSnrt7tijn *-' as national bank 'cun ncy based the market place serves a kindly purpose : '
church in the Unitea &* trs French Mannel.in; soft powder pink,
%
4
on'United State bonds.and as well as adorns a. public
circles and latelycraksinc ; directly .
.. make prettyhonse blouses. They are
every Sunday. Clyde steamship office? is'in jail. silo t.'the pe pth'e interest'noW' square.-Harp r'._Bazarj elaborately braided in soutache, ar

: ,! r Jacksonville/ fch"arged'1with' the.J _;|he .national_, :banks on goyern-, New Kind of Skirt. and fastened with small round'pearl '
'' z/.lement of "8385.: It is claim ads:. '
YounG hear about 'it '
longer : 1 A new model which promises.to'be; bnttona.a
._ ,
r ,
!! question of the removal of the ; ;
fag a will" or "going to law '? i before going to New York reeencs a snoceie is a skirt that opens to showa ''Black;diamond kid"is the :novelty ;

/ l1L" Nowadays it's -:c.e took amqunt cash'from:with the'worthless office, replaej fbrf.hfobs as>tlatst8 j to the goveVnmentand::bolding-of. a constitual.conventidn quesj -.: 'panel on each side-a panel so of the hpur. It is a substitute. .for' 't'!,;,.
: broad at the bottom that the front '
< patent leather, is softer more serviceable :
true interpretation of. the wilL" for $300, the bslan] should.be. settled by .
securing
breadth of the'ekirt like "
white : hangs a long, ? and is stid notto-crack.; ;:J
the'name 'Democratic electors of
whatever the 'har fe- worthless 'checks thee
'bankiarh1s
on [ I loose'tab.., This skirt "II''' .
i? praWN'when This material:will bemused for high -as ."f-
and ; had account He is held ( at a primary election, to be held .
among the heirs would-be "to: I no made long behind. A wool) well as fcr low ahoesT (\Tan shoes will, ", "
'Se time of
is just the same. r00 bail. Carson was, for years' : lholdin''the' state elect'vAovei veiling of'old China blue,',dotted with be worn in the country,I The"latest- .

.. uaynard's ticket office' and well. DO. '. >iber ft-1900 to be pirticiedin white, is made in this way. The underskirt shade is dull russet .:'1. _, ,.. .
"scalpers..." by. 'onlyvwhite Democrats, e .
.
Forty years ago' the railway' .-.i j ;..' ',in. said general election, shall panels is of which white appears mousseline as the de soie side, The prettiest. things. 1 handfchiefs : .. )$.

r system was practically. ; unknown ir. : i voted'for';the. candidates of this shirred a$e 'those, in. 'p. et:;;r-. [
finelv except at the bottom, '
An ammonia' tank, explode4'at.thl invention., Someof.bemare: bean I. ni ", \
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.
the United States and for that ter- where the thin forms "
ma material
Sanford ice factory, the past week;'lets, MWe sympathise with the patriotic a roses.with purple. pink: ei arid ::. '; .';,
'
in other country.. its flounce. The wool skirt is edged ;all
any Today rlttn- : ting loose_200 gallons.of ammonia. ,.A. : attempt'of the .brave' Boers to defend deep border; : tingeing on*magentarislovely.
.
about line of
ifications reach every nook and ?t)-. : C. Doubney, president of. the/company ,' themselves 'and iepnblican format I 1'a with black:of cloth.the 'fashionable embroidered Others, cf simpler,'designs]. 't-04.

ner- not 5 only of ,America, bnt ev ? I and Tracy Lewis" chief-t engineer government' against ,the criminal "trimming gold, one of this are stylish; ,The handkercf ets.are-: ;:.IPoo'

point in the civilized:world.The fu2 f had a narrow escape. AH vegetation aggressions of .monarchical, gov The 'bodice ia'' nearly covered season.by a sold for. lelts, stocks and vests} : {.

r- which' the ammonia reached : ernment/which' : first instigated the notorious bertha collar of white lace finished bya .One o| the, moat eatiificty: Scut .f.

close to the.ta: tory'was,covered'witlj: ""Jameson raid and later frill of mousseline de'soie that is models f.ort makiii<5 ,np'light a1 .;

.. opening' an merle. ,'!'!! frost. The damages were quickly."rep- "sought' L .vain: ,for'a -deef'nt.pre headed by a band of black and gold. wools for Summer ''wear' is CU .inC1r"-; '"

I kitchen- v at.the Paris Fair is m. : ;tr I aired. Asthe factoryhias; two,separate -: upon:which)to .institute a war of con *: cular shape, with plain panel fro'nt. '',

mendable. Corn is the great.;: sri- machines, the supply of ice was not quest fox the possession of gold mines medium wide aide plaits and a shapely ?

cultural:product,we have, and 'ceai i interfered with.. lying:within. *the territory of a weaker ito. nanaS-rMCII>>'- box-plait ? at the .back.,, The plaits,>

i .. power.. v .I.IA. flare gracefully around the bottom
in which have least
.we carLse'I : Hon. Frederick S. Morse, agent for '44We .faort.he prompt construction, WA15..o'' of the ekart,'which is cut with a alight '

rivalry. Iti value as food pug,! tc the land department of ,the Florida fortification and .maintenance of the a -

be made known to the worlds 7ts 'ely East Coast RailwAY, has employed; J. Nicaragua canal by the United States dip.Little dressing sacks,morning jackets

possible. S. Fredericks to survey several townships government,* independent of the cooperation Mrs. James G. .Elaine is collecting ,' .whatever ,'one' chooses to call

S of land west from Little. river, or consent:of any European her husband's letters for publicationin them,:in white are trimmed with band

\ and lay it off in ten acre lots. There government vlWe a biography., ? j jn.color, showing a little flower<< design_. '
The manager of a comi>tii, :bicb is a great demand for farming lands 'urge:the amendment of the There is a. total of .3518 .Englishwomen People' who,'hive' heirlooms in the 't I

; operates many cotton f.f.a-n.i. in there, and buyers are selecting plots as ; constitution of the United States, so who taken. a' university way ;of clothes;'may. have' children's ;+

Japan said a. few days ago, while fast as they are staked out. as to provide for the election of United .course since 1880. aprons yhich belonged to their moth- "

making inquiries in.New people. i' Man Providence B. L is come ,,
his company had decided to b1l1'durIng Orlando has made an enviable repntation to trimmed. tai this way. .
"In state affairs declare in into possession of about t.
favor $200,000
the coming' twelve months nut for the many miles of clayed we ; ; .. The nevi; piques are attractive botTiin'quality ( ,
ofthe most liberal and devel- the maintenance of Boger Williams
streets and substantial sidewalks already -' support : and coloring, and in the ;;>
i :
Jess than 1,000,000 bales c! imerir-- of the school Park.
to
opment public
laid, but, to keep it current, the system, sbades blue, old rose, brown, tan ana t:
v cotton, which will be shipped to Japan authorities have had many streets re- pointing with pride to the record made One of Queen Victoria's most cherished pink are: notably fine. They can be. ::
from that and insisting upon an 'energetic ad- souvenirs of her visit to Irelandis found in dots '
city.Business clayed within the last few months. stripes and checks, ini :
-,.- vance in the same direction. ,a large bouquet presented; her by bright colors and in black and white., ,'\:
"We favor a liberal policy toward the Countess of Limerick on behalf of
They generally built severe
The( are on
.
Democrtlc Gubernatorial Nemtnee. *
competition, is ataayi the Florida state troops and the Florida those Irish women whose husbands lines and are trimmed with stitched. '
Judge who is tive'of '
Jennings, a n '
;+ sharp. and it is the best 'man-the Illinois, ;was born March 24,- 1863, naval militia, and the encouragement are at the front in South' Africa bands of Ihe same or a contrasting;''''''

}> ; most capable who always wii.. An and removed to Florida in 1886, and of our citizen-soldiery in their Mrs' Phoebe A. Hearst, who has;: .material. i. if 'j"
patriotic service. done much for the'
evidence of capability in Oi.ndac'iia- was admitted to the Florida] bar in so '' Universityof' 'The nevi pale-pastel shade brought
"We favor municipal. of California is in "
ownership ; ratters
Brooksville in : 1886 and has, appearance, forward in material for J
business is liberal and purchaseooi: Hay, all public utilities, pledging the fragile woman.'She 'is often'worn' summer gowns-

t pelling' advertising, says the' ; ila- since continued the practice of his I age of.such laws, and if necessary pass-, out by her ceaseless activity and .unwillingly has sand.been happily christened beech, ii
profession with marked success. .It has
,
one advantage
that
over ;
The I such constitutional amendments ..
Becord. her work
delphia, merchant who as delegates for assistants
Few in the state substance
4. men have been I will enable glistening it does not make -
is the best advertiser is boo >; be more conspicuously honored by the I municipalities to acquire, ; your eyes ache 'to regard the "beechBand"Iadics' ,;
-
own and operate all such utilities, sad"the Miss Ida Bennett Miller ''th first
the most snore sstul. community_tban Judge Jennings who cloth F
or crepon frocks,
of :such laws will woman who in
-as sat
passage
an- ever a territorial
has been circuit n is cool '
court commissioner color
a very
and
pretty
til such ownership prohibit the grant-, political convention is i r
the daughterof
county judge alderman president of suitable for hot weather thia"woolencloth ti"
A
It u"a common taceiious'remark ing1' of wear.
the Brooksville' municipal franchises' for a weal lhyt stock, farmer. She has
town council and "beach-sand"
.
that more more than limited 'term 'of Choctaw blood in tier makes
widows a veins and'
llW'r1.than single yean; held '
chairman of.the local. ,board of school an ideal summer.frock..
'women. In China, however, it is the krusteea. and without the consent"of/the 'milaicipal a place by:proxy a> the recent Bepnb-
IK; rule 'electors expressed 'a\ an elec .uean' Convention for the'election' of So much talk bout anew: style oil ; ,
of good'society widows do In'1893 he Was elected member ofthe'
a '' coiffure ought to bring ,results.
'M y national del gat s'at Purcell,X''T. some ;
S'' not'remarry.. They ,.are'not forbidden 'legislature, and waYalsp sent' to tion."We" favor such constitutional In La Grange 'HL\\ "two handfed'womeuToted Certainly the stuffad. pompadour,.ha*? 3;'

.' by*law to 4 doj i so,, but-4 they' are 'Tallaha8aee.two .years. later,when hewas Amendment as, may .be necessary to and,,,elected their.school lost every .:t1e to distinction since itsi e I':
elected house of ,
of the ;
speaker has
provide'for the,taxation of all use become-. common; and now o.f":
of if
"oorpov ticket
thought more highly. ; they do notlaOTdertpenoourag 1896 i 'Mrs: Slotherwer ana' MissMary.Scace
representatives.In he made'a
aSJ was the coil low
; ? d. on the of
the
,- J.\' Z ate franchises and tax 'inheritance .nape neck'ia
rV / \ttiem'tthe" a upon are on:the School 'Board
'got. .
: presidential, .elector, andjtwo years .
contemplation; in fact it is, ) <
and > seem
; gift devise. ,
If
at"Warren.
,
-
4- 'InMi.: Veinon s'ix'wbmeri
,,; ernmentwhentheyWe; .passed the later was chairman of the, D'e.nocratic here and here.-, The;hair is
: .1 ,"We declare the l 'present condition have been the parted rt.
of flfty.and"haven: not.remarried state, convention., placed on Library In[ the middle and brushed ,
age low
: w >f the supreme court docket to ,be 'intolerable -/ Board.' There are three women orer !

p confer on them* tablet'' containing. s the long,/delays' In getting among the twelve. trustees of the t the) forehead Jin; a. soft loop tt either-i'

{ eulogy of. their. virtues.. .Robert' J., Bannerman, .manager of decisions amounting to practical dental State. University: : ; side and back .from ,*he temples with!"i'
.c the: Santa Maria t tobacco plantation of justice. This condition has 'so a partially carried ,flafane which. ;
the' Gadsden" A woman was elected Treasurer of giver a broad. ,effect to the face":. :
long existed
Conntysyndicate'has: that it
II :It"is.estimated that at" the" appears imposer Fairplay at the recent'municipal elections
present '
cut from a six-acre field; grown under ble, without additional constitutional in A"prettywy in ahIoh'black velvet--. :
Colorado.
Another
rate .of consumption there, ,is pine cheese cloth, I and one was 11 put round the '
irrigated, without provision,to remedy it, and we'favor chosen Town Treasurer ; : 'waist "of 'one"

Jt .enough ia Northern Minnesota last ; fertilizers;. 'a stalk1, 'eight feet long,' such ;change. 'of', 'constitution and another was .elected-Town Como Clerk, and fof white gown is worth;repeating: 'There:"'

... from-thirtyifive V?forty years' With: which'was placed.:on exhibition'at the'Tallahassee' statute as will promptly remedy the Creeds In Silverton women ire .three rgws'; of ;half-inch; -**.,.

: .;:*reasonable' ',ooMervatioU'bfftarira'the;fox:' National,Bank:- This tobacco intolerable condition.' To that end we chosen.Treasurer" and Clerk, both were on relvetAtr. the' front ;or the >a4;',;

; t eaqthe: e tibliehmenkof p wee ;'Bet but April '20 nd' cut ecommead that three.''additional jus- the. Citizens'' ticket ,the Democrats they .are dose together;; giving:' .' x!

>;,t.: ';,.x ... ,Tone;.20, :and is a fair: sample":ol the ices of that court shall be,provided,' elected all the other;officers ', effect( of onej.>iece of Ineh-and-a-halfl: "
.Id'iaaesotaioeeet':parkrand'the'sdopa ; : :entire field.- ;The' 'stalk:" onwD' '32 ind.that the-eourt .shall, be divided : .An.'internaUbnai .,ride Telvet But Jr -''*he e""$f'hq:
: ffbr
.tionof forestrysystematically undertaken 'leaves not.a'bn"g"'hole"' 'uto club,' women gradually separate UJlW"h
.);. -; can. )be'ound.in two divisions, each: having power the'mldd1.-
;; "' nov of theme,The tobacco t decide wtiiiU 'has'b ea"started :'inrEurbpe. 'q if tae back.they: 'are their'oua'idUa
s't:t 4 as is .proposed,,the Nori one is'o o and to dispose of cases nn- It ia ;
"oi"' ..,iiiDiiaaeeota.woodsihoa.f': f the Sumatra:::variety, and!experts der such regulations l as 'ma1 be preserfbed .to'haye as its: object :the-: opporhinity 'i part and ,ar14.llteued.:; each-with': ;.'

...""."..;1' 1101':t'" j.\v' r."timbez.iad-ri.. :... .. .., tathicommon.: :estimate that'the crop op-vUlfela..l: : bylaw" .or' ,the rules of'said.. : o!;:_enabling ',,women, artists'ofvariousobuntries #my:,black .jbow.= It,,;gives;:iVprettrlft1 :!
: to
;,, ir.; !. :' : "1eveuu" .. :pouada"pers re., ,i: ;" nourt., "' 4. _.. S K -::- : becomeknowni *; eo eld"et.> : 'andYiaaxcegdr'tngly ;;
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'DO"rU.Bt'.Y .
QREI6NERS-' "v- 8'<..t pendls/wexe-.;formerlyall, cetfrgm : When.the parents of a young man In- .'exclaimed Growells, the .,. .. .' .'':"'. ,.---., : II {;;1f ;;I.-n, <,';.<..;.1 tt>
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;I., .. lOUdslate Just a* it la dug-fronv 1m.'' decide that .certain. :young other evening :when he came home. .tD .' BN ; i >i: .....1-

the earth, but pencils BO made,were, objected lady would .make a'su1table'.matefor: ; "I. see more TT Ia>lhrtag' Sfcwalft ; !: ; |i ;t"
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letter u4 be c.aYlaM4 that < :
'Vi' MASSACRED'fJ to on account'of the grit which about the matterto around here." .... ;??&: "t' ,
him they say nothing, '. Tag tabl._Cae>Deaat 'DMMi > : ;2Q'., j ,
they contain, and.which would scratch .... !
; "Why, John 'if
8:1Y. one but on some.evenmg they Cur Venal. WtvkJMs.. -4 ;( .r."i; ,Jj'fi
the:slate.' To asked 1" nor.
'
bra .t
overcome -dlfflcnlty -
:: will 'drop'nrowid to theprospective
,' CoL D: M.. Stewart,: of' Chattanooga., unexpectedly: "Oh, yon can't : M I hare be en.troIIbled.with'rlemst1': :ir

TetuL,. devind' .and'pateMe4: an\ la- ( bride's home and,wm stay he replied. "You in its ,wont ,form: -,-for .- t'l !w:

f.Unverified J 'Reports to That Effect genlousproceaijby: ::which -the date is I for supper. During;the ea.thQ.wUl to drive nails again:: ten yean.. ''I had lencorrbeasu :

.' ground:to a rery flna'powdex, ell grit' keep a close watch:on,the.younf lady. ; .was so ,weak that 1j.couldino ;'.' ';J.
; .
Ii'' ReceiVed h London. and foreign;wbstances; .:fernowl and' If. she eats fast .shewUT.L',pelfonn her Medical my housework also had; f XK: .. { .-f'tYi'f1

the..ywder: b t d.'throoIh Ilk cloth work spedily; if she.goes neatly and "Know TttVsakt," ',a of the womb and inflantmatioar )t, 1(1" f
; cleanly about her plite'.aM'wUl, pert seat, Free, postpaid, womb and If' t
v..ne&'j'
:f In much the iame.manner M floor JI.. 0 1 ai
bolted. sn* powder U then 'mode Into : form her work-neatly"and Cleanly; ;:if' Dreader age.. The mentioning: Science of at menstrual 4 !' '

STILL FIGHTING AT TIEN TSINEicht [ a dough 'and thiedougti la subjected to'1 she'does not talk mue1. ,.lhe wilVwork 1 Mion.the Gold *I suffered ter. 5. } l'
.I .
a very.I1.Z..hydraulic presaare.whchpreaei ; :I and not,talk and prove._afaithfulindobedtent ; best Jle&1I1 Book of '.< At times my : .+, t'

1 ; }ipeudl out ,the .reqoJBed : wife' to;her' husband; .If.''she, pp.Only;;:250.with paper>eagnvfaig '?would ache" ,!"'! .r.

shape andrdlaineter;: bat In lengths' oftboat'thise' : prefers rye .breadtto .whlt.,.;abe will full4fo-e .w. ) --" hard. Iconld, :''.':'y.-'011

Hundred Americans Said to ; feetWhHe yet.soft. thepenciladre i be,aatlsded<.with her:.lot;. If the'does leal Institute, No.' 4 lift anything 'A.<.'.: '.:<

f Have Arrived'On the Scene J ; cut Into' the desired length I i not gaze,and 'stare at.the visitors she Wr Lau, the oldest these and do any heavy ,\ ': !t.C.. '

.... < and Are Taking Part. -aDd;vet QIlt to dry ia\ the open air.'.Af I, will be a.wife tfia will not- tNJI1y .rtor OI'ki waa able, :. kt..." '..\.
ter:they'are thoroughly dry the: Little stand on my feet. '.
pencils
pry.into her husband's business, and If ".., 'Yl'V;!
ire'placed to steam baking kiln*,;where she, Immediately; proceeds to,duD -cp E0 W nld-yoa mind husband spent 4'i'':;{":t. ;; ::

{ 'Eight hnadred Americana are 'tak> .tbr.+eeelve;the proper $ mper..,;:Pencilsmade.inthie.mannerare -. the dishes after the meal she" willbring you onvenlenee.marry me dear? a f I ; 'doctors: of dollars but '1. J ,, *., :)JI

. not only to her and she-Ooodgradonet i
prosperity buiband
>
fi Pag.Lpart, in thefight at Tien Tain/-: free from an t,'andot. uniform hardness 't any longer jtban: taaU" did me ,jut. ", ,4,1 5-
illvbe economical with *
big money. r I 't \ -
,
|:onyx tie Shanghai of but'are" stronger than"those After time >
correspondent tbeLondon but A most peculiar thing about,thi marriage ." To Core a' 1' : .iiii
:;:r Daily, ;Exorees-.cabling Friday outt: the.solid slate. For'theeerrea.' is the'.flet'that'wheD' Tate tiztnvx BBOMO Concluded'totrt,1011I'" medicine arils' **. '''i'.11 ":
eons they'have'entirely superseded ceremony drajrglstc refund tbe .can truly it does all f. : C* dl"
4< toe : say thalyost :
ahd .
theJ1pparefUJJorm &.W. ''' '
UaoTX's
4 fining. a the couple enter the chorch both groom & ., il
old kind-The;Manufacturer.. ; I 1m for it'to do. If!.
i pit of a snpplementaryforoe;;arriving and bride make a, dash for tbef'pltt ;How It n bottle of Lydia_E.. PinkhamV 'F"I

|with' Germansand': British',after' the Increasing of Fruit Trees form on:which lathe puupit,'It fa.ba' ."Bo'c.you were'deieated' I ;;.itable Compound;nd seven"pack* .- <
Growth : < "
J: Oiiiet Btarted. "Jiia. lieved that: one whoeefooVtrachea "Teat, Sow did It- '
.the
> impossible. to Barnyard manure' Increases the pure eaax>t of Sanative .Wash Jiava 'made .> tt" r:

K ftimate the.number\ of;;Chinese, but wood growth of nearly an.'fralftleeii; ,' the'.platform. first will- live''the:longer!:: made,bat wben I got.. tn : v oman' of me.1 I' h Ye'r.- ?f;:';

jthey had, a rarprisingnumber'..: of while potash tends to increase the"fruit and,that,'the children will,taki1afterthat tU ebecibook voUig,."&and be<<.n.I .r tml! trouble since ,.taking. .thel [ftbc :f :i; aa<

gnnLf 4nfomation..ippear8uto$ "!" growtb.aad; flavor, as well ;Without; ;'an.ew one in size, hear- Q( beauty.Kew .,: "990,000 In my poOet-T- ;.\I weigh more than'T have fzi. .t
:t r have Orleans Picayune. ; ,.rs .can do all housework '. '
Uncii
r! growth of: wood, every year\the :SanuuW !i ; my own} ;.. l

;,been brought by, the United t3tateatgnnboatNaehvilletoCheFooand prospect, of...getting a;;crop of,, frjiit :-_.... .Caete. tarn' .*M.. Carter's.... ""' .V"B E_' ""e''1.,have' a good :appetits;.and: "t'r .;
tele- A SetttliC of Eggs; : ',<:! that life iaorth'livlng. I r'r sc.
: f would,be.greatly redaoed. All ,ttjaJhdwa .J l.? ."-- 1
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i.j.graphedvthence-to .Shanghai.-' The ,-that., orderto 'get\the. best 'Most people, when ordering a'settingof i c 10Phey .7Rob es ; U- Lydia "B. Pinkham's Vegeta- l:{_ "-' "
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ji\Chines .are deserting Shanghai in ask and aeller'to :e' ""ound._ IfeelthatithaVaaveS ; .H.
fruit we should look out,for the interest eggs, expect the .45redda :s.IIia .. ,
large numbers and"going: into :<-1:.. Uaatarslly ... ....
the in'rierior. .f too tree ,send'fifteen,,and when theytarrive the ; j. : c; t'Vouldnotb wit.houtUfoc ,' ;. + l:
Dy applying/the proper ; J '
t I& =
.Jieports. from'.native sources entire lot Ckteis4 .T..h.tLe ,Ixm always glad to reeoinj&edlcine.to :,
amount of. barnyard madame .end to Is placed,under one .ben,.,regardles -. : :'A :ft
_. ;ontinwe reach FITlf. ,. !
tp Shanghai of anarchy of her size. pernalently -i : aumy aer, forli&rf!' d:1
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af,3&Tekin.YAecording'to" these tales the aa look wen out for the quality of the fruit. Now, this is a great mistake and the 'De.Kerre.after Restorer.Gras ds 92 ys trial .v'... ?." it ....4..n.. .. \MMOO_ "' __.4"l't.A.--+._. ":: .. \.It ":",., ';':!r'r."?" .::.c;

E<:atreeirare7fHledday.and:: 'night with by supplying Ithe correct adler, would have less Df.. $,ii.: KUJr'JA4., : .;.. .'?'i be eared.!, .Ma'Jiin ,t"\. e""l7F...
amount of .complaint if he : T I, ... .J.p.of.
.' potash to the soS1.Allow --
Boxers; whb ehqHy; beyond the would refuse to send than.thir I ; '-' ,:" .a-J irao>. &->uth Hot Springs;'Ark/'W&t
more ... .,. .
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t//control of the'ChiueNtroopej and,who : teen and twelve would be.better : ; J :. : "
'are .A A. GA.,,Oct.: lej, 99.,, # 5- ,: 'f1
|- workingthemselTea to TJie bmeatm
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: frenzy A.benIn mOre .
cover thafluthl :) {"
":f'ud;. clamoring for;the'death:of;Jail for- me to thank yon for the good P'oba lfiaeveit'btti REPAIRS; I ; -- trio'a:
t > ., j,. i your Tetterioe>> has done me." Four number is too large ,to set, and will taphh2 rl..e Ddi 1 a&t ; C .:.
( I boxes cured a'caseof break some of the eggs'during the first ; -
smAn 1 me;of Tatter, Ii. .
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"serLpedf : t !-ilfSha: .h 'l of tectrytng'epecialists" ; ,and spending few days, while the,smaller ltaD-: SAWS; Rt85, ;.

re MvedLbadon: riec1 from Fridayaayiagit I severM; hnndred clo1ariand getting no ;not.cover all of Qat nnmberv aDcr me- '.1 Yi' 11eJl ft ; ::nm;'BABBIT,:& :

;,ru ,1'ep .Tllpaneee sconces benefit from .themJ-Henry.W. John- ,of:the eggs are left unprotected, and| fiYe Jil a ; -t,: IUD OJ em l. '*
fit 1b00'fo;; eigD flUIivetbeen mawcred *- get d Uecl.' '' ,.. '. .. .. rt.
... 'ai.Tiun.Tain.caused great:com.linint .: box at,druggisU, orby mail from J from four to fliespounds / ...
butt t '
the 1l.i&'n Pailya
statement lacked official !)rme.: ekaftIng }
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.oAffrm. ": ioa."' ", ". ..' .. T. Shsptrine,.Savannah, Ga.F000' : .II1 ke tbe.best.setter., and Vaof :t<.",,}J-' J ..lrjec-s. .":pu. Talvea rod 71tUOpk':: I, ,k'r, '
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that size will cover>&ot4mofe\thaiq[ ;..... '; '' '
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,*; wDli''Junel7the* ":*t1e Chinese shelled theforeign FOR FINGERS. ,eleven eggs; and 1"entueJ.o.D1'.tI1atbe :I,i"i p{,'''''.. life ifeil.\ :"1RKS: &.. SUPPLY ,C1 ,. i ;

I ntuctJh..Chiu 4 ) -will hatch out: ',! ore' Strong: ;= t. ?H"I' A11c."I'l',.U. '. .. .'{'f.
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'mlliteyeollege u;attacked' by ,a healthy;chicks than grill "a'henithat: is .."'V''''' -. .... '>)';
a d otce'oi\1 Austriana ,,British.German'andItaliana. FasHo Prohlbki the Use of Forks FeeGrtaIa '*
given from thirteen to fifteen eggs.. fAre : ,
( They'dettroyedthe : ,,Artlcltav ,.. I t l\ D=F WANTED: '1 '. ,: :

,I gansmadburned the college which There nave 'always been certain, article You Dsiug'AIlen'ti PoOt.Eue't; *; .. CraJ of:11.h.clWerl"'.J.:. >* intTweattethCei;'Largest .' -,, "lr t'y., ttM: ,.
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contained: Vcohsiderable: >store pf! :am-: ,of' food for' which. the. :.use. of It is the only cure Swollen Smarting, t:'a:: ..J most K-. ., Hap publication e'rr .;" ;_ ';:'l

''annition::'and; .killed-its, defendera:; forks-, etc.,seemed superfluous, and tor; Tired; Acting, Hot," Bweatlnff Feet, Corn roperly lp' ,e.... Pries?.... .c hi., ExeluslTe It aboira all the reeear i _'Bray) : a,.'If" ;V
territory.
1!;TheBaasiawiheir: : : four heavy which fashion permitted the use of finsen and Bunions. Ask ,for AHen'i'Foot-Zsse, ,'I :. fdt it was ,, T') Q. .- .-v Also the finest line of; '. {'I'....
a powder to shaken into thewoes. Cures :: .
did excelllnt I 5 qui.' f ng CHAET8. STATS ehza ,11
service. The
guns,
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;11 even In the'moat particular dining, while you walk. At all Drugglaia and Shoe J [fUmes-the 1 & & I.-eriesaed.Writetorterma'' ..
BritUhr-losswas on man killed and sari the Boston Herald. Occasionally- Stores, 25c. Sample sent FfiEE. .Address c1rcuJ. 11I1.. g what our aa1esmen sera' '.' .,,):
; fife med.Vwmare2.7 The Germans had new'" :-dlabes'.are' added to the, list to Allen t;. Olirwted, LeBpy; N.Y.' : this Salve'to' U..1'QntQ': usutxo_Co.., AtUnU. QD .:. "

\ D8'\tttr\ ":the' 6IiaDa had' firemen .old-time #IJ f., . I' ..
;!stoand ''id the'Bnasians had which the expression applies Quickly Subdued: .. ...r'Price ,.... .fJrBWDIICOVEB1'J ilwatE -. '..': .
seventne3ledindIvewonnded. .
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-"fingers were made before forks"- "Dan hter Barry lint a bit gallant 25 cents.-.- y .
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: : to other women.", : .' .. Eo> "': rlaI..u4 IO..Wu-- :
[ 4 and.it is generally understood that- In "Xo, indeed, ma; I broke him of- that right a Free. %)1'. .. B .'IIO"'.''x 1.lu.ata....
I HALL.. ; .
: : telegrepbgd'Fddiyknight V : a: : .
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alter remanrle Journal.
we w L' ; the further inm : spite of; the. ever-multiplying variety Ne.TorL: ... .- II.L' ., .tHdoL-!7J Mention t"- : ;.[.rllt rUfIl(7COa4oertiM'1.. .. ,. : ,,..:,i .
formti "iafi?; Tien CTW 7 June of forks, tongs and spoons for Use The Best Presertptaon for'Chiniand ,,'"*" i '_.AJrV.lkO.JG + ;:...<'"} !.}"
Peter U a bottle of QBOTI'S ..TisrntssCBILL : "
\ Otli. : a>itiags:.proceeding and reenforreneitgwere. eTel'7'conceivable object on the Toxic. It U sun ply iron and )
|; : .required.. *$ table, there are certain edibles which ]I tasteless form. -No' cure-BO pajTPrtc_; *OOo. -' ''A( 1J; : J"'t""' ;; : : ; : <

m' :Tlwonsnli t aft Shanghai, still.be-: it, is far better to eat with the fingers. Vice-Versa. _" i 'INCH, : ESTER: '.i-i. 8
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.,r;lieve'tie''JfpreigTj'iministers: at :Pekin While a few independent people dare A railway trskeaaan doer Lath Le eoupuVg' II". ,, _. .'*V" -.fix .'. .A' '":;-;""1.1ii-,;,'

pVEafei! ; although: apanese' reports 're- set aside the 'fashionable proprieties, ,lid the switching,while a dertmnan does no. 1'' '. t -,\ tt.iFyy R W,..L** ; : ', .. :
kt' ly the coupling, kid the. coupled. .ones do the h..ijje' . : if';
carved at' Shanghai allege that up to'jane many' others will do as they know they sWSkt.1I1,1&ter.'or .' .;., .. -- fJ.-.

15th'100, foreigners. had been are expected. As' a rule, sugar tongs ,h '- FACiORY LOADED ; ,
Y"SHELLS.
: vte1n2 Is KB Dimple as wuhlag when you 'r ,:: 'S"QI :) Jl
.l i kDJed Pekin. :? ere passed'with block sugar, but, as a use PTTTHAX FADIUBS Lisa Sold by alldraggUu. .:. : .
:J It ia ''thai.the'British said lb a comps wWi the>Nsw RIVAL"....... :' ". rf :
reported gov- diner out once ,, "! prefer to use _,,+ -_ .;.. 1 61adt petrisr.6dN tto awtrt 'r; '
P<.goverttnient'wiLimined1atelyleend,1,500 my',fingers for>If'you 'are not just so TUB Penngylvaala railroad la' aald to hue Ita y"ICnqttN.. .' tare eUII- waterproofs f set ti.s* >toe.- :J.* ., : : i

>, to China and possibly accord- eyes on tbe south M a fine acid for railroad enterpriee. j. REPEXTna ARMS v ', ;' ; -
I careful it drops with a splurge, which. T: is Indicate that the Pennsylra&la UUHbSlbH. ., CO.. 'y' :- Wsw.... Coa : ;
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Y ing ,to .ome '\>;' 10,000 of tberegularsnowwtthLord-; ; Olives should be eaten with the "
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r f';4obert&. : .- fingers; any attempt to use a .fork Isfooiiab. on If your you appetite"want "good you digestion should always to.wait ehew"up :, .I.I.I.I.I.I.IiI.Ii: ; : : : ,;i

? t(t WILL BEND TROOPS TO CHINA. When;p3 sed they should de a bar of Adams' Pepsin Tutti Fruttt .', ,

A'Washington special says::.The*only dipped. out; with the spadelifce spoon THE average duration of xmrrliges In England .'Ii There IS no end of : r .; ,
.Btjrs; :from China' laid before, :the cabinet accompanying, then dropped on the la twenty.rl years; In France and tier .: .' l'

;, fleeting Friday was, a:telegram .bread and butter plate and carried to many thirty.iwenty-slx: ; Norway twenty-.rOQrR11Uia, .

;|:to"the secretary of the the mouth with the thumb and Old i' :: ; ..
; navy N- I am sure Flso'8 Cure for Consumption awed Cli i'fsi '
4 the movements of vessels in Chinese ranger, my life three years ago.-fu.. TBoa. ROBBINS : Virginia ? : ?;
Maple St., Norwich,N. Y.. Feb. 19UO. _
,vater text of the
.The message, Bread, toast and 'all kinds of small ,. .
([however, was not made public. ,c k ehould be taken in the fingers Atlanta College of Pharmacy.Well ,, I'1 ." ',f...',

it That the president and the memfjbera'of as well'-as cheese, though some very equipped laboratories;v excellent 10 ,to waste, as there is no finished end to .;- < .;", : s t.t: ;

the cabinet regard: the situstion j particular: people use a fork with the teachers. A free dispensary' where hun- S ., .. ..
dreds of the beet
prescriptions by physiciansare
in China as extremely critical '

jrahownby: the fact that preliminary : latter...the moet fashionable lunoheonsfaghbred sAt compounded obtain Bret-daily 1ass by practical the students.Instruction Students .'cut off and thro,,: a a!. When you r. ,: ,. : ; !

[j-'preptetionsare being made to send' &8 well as that of a theoretical nature. Thereis : .
dames be seen taking
'fol1fJ1'daddition in of may a greater demand for our graduates than : three Old Cheroots for '
troops case '
; buy Virginia l
Decd. the leg or small pieces of a bird In their, we can so pply. Address Dr.George Payne., ; : .: ; ;
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fingers, though this is one of the disputed Dean, 48)$ Whitehall street, Atlanta Ga. > .. ..".'. ',. .. Al
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A, telegram lent to "
was General. k. .. "
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| MacArthur Friday afternoon asking. poicts;._ 'It will be noticed usually E. B. TCalthall &Co., Druggist, Horse Cay, ..five cents,' you. have more10, '; ;11
I that those who :bate: always beeniccustomedio Ky., say: "Hairs Catarrh Cure cures every > ',t, i.
shim bow.:; large foroe .he can that It." Sold 75o.X'rs. '
a spare. ore takes by Druggists,
,. :god4. fodety are not,so Sand of better than have .
Vthould to Bendmmio quality
it Become necessary Wlnelc r'e Scothing ?prop for children ) ,a = i.:1
; China. .* I [raid to use tiefr fingers.astbose, who teething softens the gums reduces Inflammation I': .?*:. '.'y :

L endeavoringg fear.to do. something. 1 improper. allays pain, cures wind colic. :Z c. a bottle. ;
fl, Tht.admi&ittratidnjil .. ,. when you pay fifteen cents for three ;S.:;. : 'i 1' j:
sUmnlate of and c ... .
g the dispatch troops Electric Toogne PoIUr. .. :.. tI
tavkl IW;; "if
re-enforcements tb'China to meet '
v One of tbe,well-known rules for first Five Cent ; .
cigars. .
.. The : 4. "'
I'tiie flM .
U1erge 1a1 vatTientsin.; helps hi case of apparent drowning Is .,' .; -1.-' .. '""S.f';
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emergency described in.. Admiral .
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C: $empfTs dispatches has led the war T1* to.rhythmically draw the.unconscious ::Threa hundred million Old Vtrginii; -Chef oots smolcai tnts .: .- : ; ; ; ; ,
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V effort to ..,.., 0. d sad (a.JI8. ) person's tongue forward ,backward .. ""
department' to make an extra .dodo wtr IIeIdIII puer/a.r.s sail ..e :::: by grasping it between the fingers.:According .* .. year .'Askiour.o'WDdealet;. Price* 3for'SceD ts' .* '*' jl
Gta ea.ak M DII: .
hurry forward the N Dth' regiment >n tke.4oMai.Indrdwing .4i; 't, it. ; : ; :rr ; "f.J- ) J i3n! "f 3ca, :. ''::q

,f.partment from Imron is now.tc*.determined'that1 Takn/" The: war'de"thismovement zn U9.a i M,,the"oI".ci.'Y. ,'t k French fphyslclan to the Western, Dr. Electrician''Labbrde,byname a ..I'1I1"/.__I'_.I'elI.;' ,.."S z :

.- has, arranged,n device, run by .;1 ":fNjfi2MINLJThS)4SCONDS +
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shall
-$(Ethere is also vbe'hastened.-reasou"to believe'e an' electric motor, 'whicb'when"attached .. ,';', ":;/f'+{
good O FLUE "' : j; !
l.LER. to.the apparent drowned or.soJTe; ::
f that e'authorities. will dlepatch rated person's tongve, produces this ,. ,;.,'.;'l...:...
least orie"pther.regiment from Manilato .s.t"
China with the least possible delay. MingsuSix U&gual traction: at regular, intervala. : 1. J'IUODo'a esq sell tke best"all poly* defer crib t ''t ",;1:9

*\ .'.T\e United Statea,consulate atTienifcfin. ,.: Pipe AND. Ills .Sew Life.' ".- iRE tlyso e6aP stork b becaua' m iBake so man 3 }"f;c;

to hire. which been'cIt.tio t.-) sews,advioes", :situated;;report far Car Loads In Stock. "Madame," said the tramp, '1 wasi .very,at.Nat:-..Weammged iand N ssoeads last yearaTe6nipWit: 81: per fob bum, s '.Tfl1i!

'; cJ..ia Cat and Ship ;Qukk._ oncet'a member of' the. legislature."' it thai rate coonta, 'WII, pal DrGhI.... iii .+ !
--Jap on, the' Meadowa'road. ,which runeojdhth'e o '.a.BD "And are you 'sure," she asked ,inclined 5' is in reach oI'"t 'Cli.L.: rJ. : .? f4t ;;1'\(
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.'1"' '"..1)1Hi.t.: ,.l'3P .:.'difM y to believe him, "that your reformation = 'tiN. ; ..- :.. ''I .'.' j, -i li 1.0. .... >J r't* t". {J.it
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ugh-the center of the town.: ''It,ia .Foi 4rjlidfflciiul Boilef Works aadi.a 'is complete?"=Philadelphia ...--.:...L...t.,. .............;....a...:......_-_ .'"..tI''r'RCICK'HIWYf'CO f'l..' ,, ,,::1"-.i'f! t
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', ,!' She'a oit:froiJapaneseoei jst

,' that" 1,600foreigners> / ien u

''tia'had been 'massacred,would aeem

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: ; : I JENNINGS IS:. NAILByDamocrats'o > .Eitglandte. : .lfe1l"lfAI")1e1f, ; >i1..;. .
: BRYANJIREAKS '
WItM'1NLEY AND ROOSEVELT TKe medal for the.pcesent'S
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'f'<1f. t. ..-,. ,:! 7" !P1orida'as OididateTor .' 101PSIIWBNebraskan by the.Var officdinreeentyeaii; ;l lmedal .

proper- ,fa a. flve.pointed

,1t (%: tlttanimbiisly Nominated Standard ra. Governor, -II; '.'. :witha; gold' ;centre:. urroundediring by-
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.t 'f ,:) ,,;:r a ;; \Bearers':of Republican Party. fORJY.F UI' BALLOTS' WEBE TAKEN, TalfaK-fjL: Platform. : ten."''In: the centre of all is a minis ,

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.. of the queen. The medal is.the sag
;.:rr.: } ,>!' .':\I.#. .j: .. .'. .I; :,.'t' '...' ,. '.' and the Vice-Presidency. size as the khedival star "of' V1883.J;
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e "!'Jt..I\ List of Other 8 "Officers. Nominatedat The ribbonis, of four colors ,a.
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''', ::'r ':.: Foraker :Sets" the Convention Wild "Teddy" At Last BowsTo the Will the State Convention Held ,ofkh4ian: the cantle. twoofwhit:

t'W ti4 ." '..;.... .' "h 1. :' :' in'''",J.c1cIODTUle.' and one each of .red and bine., There

'.. ( >..-,>When Name of McKinley of the"Party As McKinley's' '., ,WILL. REAFFIRM OLO OLttPRINCIPLES will probably; be :& bar granted fo
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'Wash Mate. convention ,
'" > ,.. Presented. Running The Florida stateDemocratic, u ,!:-. ... r American. "'

9, '.''.-. ."", I, nominated, 'Hon. William S.". No: notification ,Will-" ,Be..Enter-- ., :' ,- $1

h -. jW: ;IKiam::'McKinley ';was nominated I Governor Roosevelt! of New York,is Jennings candidate for governor. blued, But Other Planks Will, ,. Catting the Card
On: the thirtiethballot '* 1 Extreme caution Is required! In 'ent-':: .
stampedewas '
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DOcuiDe.H
a7- tgr the nationarRepublican. convention the Republican nominee for vice president Be Added to .
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attempted for Mays, vote !
:. .." at Philadelphia Thursda1aUernoon. by of the United States.' ?Tedd"yMwas ing jumped
f ,t :lunanJinbus"" ,vote. given the nomination,without the strength was'drawn from Beggs, My .ibi.'.' sharp ; ad there must .be no'dregging
William J. Bryan, n Via-
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.I... ..; ,* >.f'There" 'Wa." ) 'a. .great. :demonstration askijg. His victory was complete._ No ers and Milton, oily: 14 votes leaving or aieTJe'd surfaces. Use the horizontal.!
thorizeinterview to Omaha"WorldHerald ,
'fJii given an
.: '" ';rJi'D1.the.lt;: of : the vote was other name 'was mentioned. The con Jennings in The 'stampede. Myers steel khife lengthwise;gofng'fromend 'i
fj. "1; :: !-'JV' .- !' dropped out of the 'race after the correspondent, Monday,, .to end'ofvat and then use the vertical-?
.;. .. .. 'lIUUIUJPlcel.le'. .. vention went wild for :him from;the ,
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f!:, thirtieth ballot, though no formal broke'his'long silence on the qnestion has been done, ;-rW*

Z.r; ;,.. .. .' > M'L.v&a1 beginning to the,end. withdrawal. was made. ,_ of the platform to' be adopted at ,Kansas the '.v rUcal knife 'through the nf"'
,tr3 ', ;; Before order was:restored .'after'the On the forty-first ballot., Mays withdrew -. : .across;;thevat'from. We:to' side. The'"
f.< r
City .4th and the candidate"foivice
', ... nomination of McKinley" Mr.:Lodge, in favor of Milton; on the forty- July curd should: } be:In.haltlnch'eubeej'.
\ : (' : president.
3 "/ --*" o'
ry," i. :warned the noisy :demonstrative third ballot:iBeggs .withdrew, and on was''aiked' whethei'hecould '- ,!::
i; I Mr'Bryan world'to"Eat1 S
'!t\'J '. ,' the forty-fourth ballot William S. Jennings : This Year.,
t". 'f. .. throng that there:'Wu'-IIO.me.vital business : received the required two-thirds 'say anything 'in regard.to'the. This)1&J'the'receat;decision'of'one'of t

;.. ,: to be. done- and'announced that vote and his nomination was made platform to be adopted at Kansas" City. prozni tnt societies-of world, but thetS..'>
,, ..;& >;.. q-j-J- A He replies: .. act day!ba.:pot:pt. been.fixed npoa. ai '
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the call of states would. proceedfor unammousamid. a scene ,of, wild'" en-, "No 'of w can what ,while there are TEiyJew people who belle
-
,one, course, say
.; nominations for the vice thn iuxD. .., this prediction,there arq thousands of oth
presidency.As
: : ;:' ,,/ : d1; ". The l nominee-is a first cousin-of William language will,be used..in setting forth' who nit only believe but know that Satetar's
< the of Alabamawascalled
;; .::4 ..' / name :Jennings Bryan 'of Nebraska. the party principles, but'some Idea can 8 Stomach Bitten: ic tHe best medicine
: .d, ', '. .. on the roll'of: states'for%th 'fnomina- be obtained to :the general tenor of core dvs j> p. U.tadJge8tfott.e0nstipatlonbousneas
He is nativef Illinois but removed
a ,
% tin of candidates Jf or\the vice pre,iidcucy -', .the platform li m the platforms'adopt- or liver and kidney trouWea.JL' .
I' ::1) : to Florida in 1886. He thirty-seven trial will cerUinlycoatlaeeyoaol Its
,
I v
..., ; the annonnoembAtise', made' ,. ,
I onT
# .' ed in the state Dtions. 4 -' ""
:\ ii f, ._ old. W WW I PW B BI Si
,. ,_ that Alabama would I; ldto'Iows"to'resent years : !
j t ..'"'$-.;-', !-)',:.'.'.r">i.:, cahdidate.\Chalrmari= ; .L'odge The following< state officers were "As a .large majority the delegates -Slightly ii.Lbiiaitt><. '2 i
flL > a
: ; conventions
\;-(..... ...1't);<:t.::!'"....ffi.T.. .i. .' '..' ; then recognize"'Colonel""LaFayet:' 'nominated: Francis Bicar, justice\ of : which have reaffirmed been elected the Chicago by platform, ,fixed Manpgar-"wen.for
..l" i't, one' of the'Iow&':deleggteaatil: the lupreme'coudJohn L. Crawford, : _"Tlie Ilto1f&m..att ,
.:.,/0.,,'. Yonng it is safe to assume that the Kansas riptJboi'. "
: tiMra'eaothr .
thaartists/L
,
tr. -- secretary of state; W. H.' Reynolds, I row amour fl.
1;. -t, ... I large and' editor ipfv'tEeDesMoines,1. : City platform will reaffirm the Chicago )(&ft&\Cer-"WhacRet Xuutng.boutt" ,
to.f'.ll rt,,,, '. I Iowa, Capital. e ll ; :--r-t.J comptroller; 'W. B. Lamar, attorney platform' and will contain' nothing Ass1sgnat-"Abo" t .whces tarn tua 10 be ;

i;:"? ,trit 11tt \ lit 'W'1thdrew ieaiam otDotliyer general. which can be construed ass sor-' mto&l'pMol' -TS4"'t"'J; ;,
.
.' ; fl'.4tP.':... 1 I I anl o8ered't1aiofrooeeTelkTliecolonel ; ; W.:, N. Shoats, superintendent of render'or modification. ilmt platform -' i "
"
''' instruction.
"'i''fAr.,, 'J./ wain Cnhaatthetime'Boose- public on the old issues. 'I* is'equally

w: 4>\!.';k : i. / iI volt, led his ioagb'ridirs np.S.tuan .Hon. 'ikjE. :McLin,,commissioner certain ,that there will be strong and
ii-t!i 8,, ,. .. L :1 I, audthia'ieteeeuea 2 tothagorer=' agriculture-, In
; definite -the-'trusts.
h.'i'J:':'!.t:.:.,;...i... .. ; JohnL.: Morgan, railroad commissioner plank against : .
I'it"1;>-, .oS."...'.y' nf s campaign! wieiogaeut.:: .L t.- f4Tbe'governorind There is also.no, doubt that the plank yl6urinlrrorJbday;
: :; Then demonstrstionwhich yOllowed ; t against imperialism 'will bd.!clear and' [ ,Tat
4 :: .:.m I .. ... state officials hold' ,
Dolonel
; '" announcement by; :You
;1 expncil .a last took ttir
ifflce for.fo '
t ti' > '. I : 'j'I I o-: GovernbrlRodsevfiItra8 aa'thd;ja years '' '
d.- ,I ill'. I : t : Talla- sjmpath18xpreised for'the Boers: a> griir'
ri J' .. Judge;,George P,Raney, of ,
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,. t: .:C /14. UOIlb1; C6tt1N A. Coq.msI' "'M ;:.? .Vt1. -J? : .... < ... .' L erir* /chosen;ithe Florida-memf'otcthe 'This much is ;evident from what*" has : r.l t8tljf Qjanvtt
wT Ii'eI4LSr. .... ., already taken tpl ,"y.
,
: com.-
; "roZ,1'} "' ,, nationar-Democratic
; ,'tw'
!!. ."r".. -- I "w.' ,."11:1: ::VI.'..'' .J .,,'{ -7.' .. M; ,i;; j .tJ. 'if %You have 'ref1i et\; -diaciissV the

f-;.' >' **' Tiieegates shoutedhoarse !i3rrelv's I ,r's.t" .' .. liis.is the last.?slate Democratic :vice presidency l eretofoie;'Hr.' Bryan,

7 and flags and plumes a. :.Jirildly "of. ". ... .1iI invention thst; >; iU.be held in'Flordslorjninyyersprobably Is there ahy'trnth' in th8;rumor'teat a
., : :
'" \<'! vice will be'.choi whose
i A--*.. 4 ,thousands. cheering'a--i --: :!j ).1 '. r 1i. 'ft"f. vr1r { .t .as.the :Views president on the" 'question will be YRSN f
money
; J platform adopted provides for prima-
1
their feet on' the.floor'.v. dame. J! [
; .ing '
rstrating yo ,,'if -VTjoiteolKStatessenator down.Oi'ZTFORII. ;:Attractive to those: who. 'oppose the Qttc}..g city
& ti ;
.their enthusiasm. I if..: ", ." '- ticket.1n ,'96?. Ie ji
; I R t- ,.. t';'; ... i' | hair t week1Onget th n,
", The nominating'speech as be# eajyJF -, :- d :.( t: 1J Y :. "It is true thatI. have refused to, you> .wish., ibets, 4Lbo
,
,'' 'f" ; : ; The,"convention: ,opened if tor V ; .:-r.i r .'; .c.>> .. .! discuss the vice presidency' ," 'repliedTMr.'Bryan ilessworlh'boti; ttdsll
i : ;'o'clock,:'and;,with a few poet:: tn..!:. ,." t'P.t. Nebraskan.Oivva HUQplnlon of the Es : "and I do not core to do ;
:t1Z ? "'out"of'the ,way, the;speeabe Zepis. I ..3 ,- ..' publican >Document. .so' Q'W, further: than to say that I as ;!it's sure.i eatme'Ton. : -

ft" '.' Chairman' :Lodge adva;.-"-*. to t v- ; feWuea asked"liisopiniou: of the.Philadelphfa i same that the'candidate'nomiaated for .-

..,, :front.of .platform and &<* d. I platform.>- ./Colonel' Bryan said: i vi president will be in,h ,.'with tt'o'r'ekjcolprto ""

1 4 !Under the rules noaainn'-..ns3r :.. /TH Philadelphia platform is the the*platform.,0' "

I.*. the'offlce.of. : president 'of tae !'-Aa.ui: iy j b t' Tide ce thus far given of the deception "The vice president' not'onlypresidea :i ray ba1r t

y ., ,;. 'States are now.in.order." o attempted by' the Republican over the senate while'the president 'is', ruse=

There 'was'a momentary ? '&. r1e, party:;"> connection with the alive,'but assumes the office' I4b1

A ': :punctured by the announcem. .t. speeches; made ar'the convention; it dent incase of the'president'of'presi'l

"The. state of Alabama is recog snows ,that",'the,'-'B pubican party's and it is hardly possible that :? After

\? *. nized." platform J ,of' ,1896.>was {"a e1i erat8'frauClas to a national convention would write a ;using' itid"rV ., :4
1 A tall and swarthy Alabamian stoodon far as the promises of ,internationalbimettaliem'tiss platform :and then 'select for ,either >ibor :

: his chair and by' preariangeaientanswered ; : concerned; place on"a ticket a man who "would repudiate : ; three weeksimuchtyoutf '

i4 : : ;;thatthe; party's>> attitude'on .the trust .the platform. No man worthyto i t
Is1 'r Alabama;yields to Olio." q ltioD'li. insincere and that the considered for such an ;office ;
L* ; ten ors
pear,
This,was the signal fox iae recogni patty;iii not-willful tog,state its attitude would accept a nomination upon, a least. -
'
3 r tion.. of. Senator F rake:. Tro was to onthe'Philippine'; question! and platform repugnant to his views on at
3
COttyrijht 1900. byEockweod Y li Ayer's Hi r I 'ah:
make the 'speech re-nbcjnating Mr. ., any important issue. -
.. invite the judgment of the people.
rcur&
I'*? ',, :'McKinley as the Republican candidate '''' ''-',t{ ''9>'- t '. 'I;_every campaign men support a. datldru, preventfalling .

r for! president ':Then thfJ.ohlers'. began *' T'aEODoui BOOSXVTLT.. t' PILIP1X09W. VICTOI1Y; ticket without approving all :4h6;;plat. othe tiaryyi a es. .
and.'a; wild scene'ensuedjHis ; ., .' form, but no"one'can'defend a'plktform :halr grow;icdij splcn-,I
'c ;
announcement t the nomina date of the young men of ;the countrywho .An- American Detachment Is. Forced Back unless hebelieves, in i tit. Many tariff didaltl iA ; f "

tion1 was"equal to an,,.election in November represented j:their ambitions and j Bythe, Rebels.A'Menils reform gold Democrats supported the Iticanaelpbut.. do.

'' brought vociferous, cheers. embodied.their. patriotism: and'Americanism -> 'I special says: A detachment Republican 'ticket in '96, 'although the5c: hi 4IoL it's a

Briefly- Senator Foraker averted to was not second to that accorded ., of forty men' of the Fortieth regi- they dissented from the. protection :
record'of the name. 'ment,;:Captain' Thomas Miller commanding haJr od.vltftiejnhc hair
the .the president'in peace president's J plank. 'But the Republican convention '
and in war as one' of the most remarkable The band in*the main gallery'began left Cagayan deMisamin, 'island would not have nominated tariff Is well Jed, &cansot help

in American'history.' to play "There'll be a. hot time iii the of Mindanao, scouting, June 13th. reformer on a protection platform;

The closing words_of the governor old town tonight," and to the:inspiring During the morning of June 14th they There is sometimes a joint debate be :il. If- makes the scalp .

; brought another demonstration and strains the delegates began march- encountered a strongly ambushed and tween candidates of opposing tickets, iheahhy *' nd this cures

for a minute. it seemed the'convention ing around the hall filing: past;'Gqv- entrenched force'of the enemy. but not between 'candidates ''on the the disease that' causes

would go; mad then and there, and ernor Roosevelt 'as he sat in the New The Americans' 'attempts to chargewere same ticket. 'dandruff. i
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make two:nominations instead of one' York delegation, and extending to him frustrated by the Filipinos' pit. ,

Senator Lodge then recognized John their congratulations. falls and troops. The advance line .MORE BODIES FQUXD., Sl.oo.battle.+ AUdrezsbt*.

consequently was under a heavy fire "3Iy bat wu coming* out badly,
'W. Yerkes, .of Kentucky, who arose to Speeches seconding Roosevelt's nom
Thirty-Seven Known to H,..Ve Vet bat Hair
People topped the
in front Ayer' Vizor
and on its flank, and fell
Second the nomination behalf of : ination were made by Murray of Massachusetts Death In McDononghWreelui falling and has made my ht t ry.tblck .
the south. He was :followed in turn Ashton of Washington back on Cagayan. The American loss and ranch darker than before. .
A special from :Donough' eayt: I think thera-ls like It for
was nine men killed and two officers nothing
4 George ,of the California : and of New York. .
>y Knight Depew mutilated bodies the batrt Coax 3f Lss.
delegation and Senator Thurston of I Delegates and spectators were becoming and ten men wounded. Thirty-six m&DYp.s. ..*April 23,1300. Yarrow,I.T..
.
sengers missing and nine escaped withtheir
Nebraska excited and called for the vote.
CUBAN TEACHERS C03IING. lives, is the latest ,summitry oft WPNab. Doctor. ,
During.the call of stat *L,? galleries They wanted action not oratory. .
frightful wreck on .tbe.Ma on .division I!roe t. lbtabkalli the bene is'
were noticeably attentive find tbers The impatient audience called for a Bound For Boiton. Where They Will .Be of TOM desire first the roe of the Vigor,
the
Southern ,
l doctor .
rwlroejd.near k vrttath* abonttt. AddrM*
was a demonstration: .anno tae dele vote, apparently assuming that there Given Instruction. McDonough last Saturday nigbs. .
gates.. there would be other 'candidates. It Quartermaster General Ludington
Thirty-one bodieshad been,recovered
Some of the states wero not content took some minutes to restore order.: received word Saturday of the departure
to .
up midnight
with casting their votes for: McKinley, As the roll-call proceeded, each delegation of the transport McPherson from Three bodies were Sunday" ,found night. ," *
,but they announced the vote which as called, cast their votes ,for Manzanillo, Cuba, with 250, Cuban Monday, '
morning-D.'Y. Griffith
soperrisor
the Roosevelt '_ teachers bound for Boston of ; MaIbYsYCompas
candidates .would receive in. November unanimously. by way W.. L. Morrisette
.; With the conclusion 'of' the call the eastern ports of Cuba. This movement supeiiutendent
t pumping station J. H.
At the call of Hawaii the delegations Chairman Lodge announced that Gov- makes the beginning of the general freight; ""conductor;,. charred Hutnicutt; 't\ as. S.>rdftt. .. Atlanta, G.. ;t ,

"-' etood and, cheered the announcement eror Roosevelt had received 929 votes movement of about 2,500 teachers two other bodies. pkcee'of I, Engines and Boded::

''of the of its the vention.not from Cuban ports to Boston 'where
new possession. two votes one delegate .in con ; There was still ,
P another makIng
body, YI.s. Wa..r u.... : .
Lr for McKinley.. voting. This delegate was Roosevelt they are to receive general course of 3T St.am P.s.P..Methg ,
that could be
plainly in :
The tally clerks quickly made the himself. Chairman Lodge's announce- instruction during the summer under the water, ,but it was pinned! :down Men 1.J..tora. ,

/official snmmary and handed it to the ment that Governor Roosevelt had the auspices of the Harvard university.. .a large boulder, by. ; J .
;': ., chairmaMr: been for 'vice- ) '
nominated 'j"
: Lodgetook piPer president Piece .
the
,DWELLING HOUSE SUBMERGED by piece tom and dismembered
and" ,advancing to the .front of the brought, tremendous applause. engine and passenger aches
., ltageTasib'; r _/ *:. ; The candidate vice president was
Florida Family Had Narrow Kceape From 'were pulled from the abyss Monday. .
.4--_ V-The i total vote east,is 930. Mcfl -* surrounded by" delegates shorsrering' BelBf Baried Alive. One by/one/ the bodies, lacerated;_ f >.

nley receives 930. :Jtisunanimons, congratulations on him. Sunday' night '""the house' of John mutilatedr.broken and di&fignredwererhauled t'

McKinley is 'your 'flominee' for" the over'and the' details only remain-; without *
f; warning, but with loud creak- 'to the morgue in MoDonqugh: A'i al's. Hsu
Waaerhrs IIaalir/
.presidency' .forth! term, beginning.. ed to be perform.i A resolution waa:; ings, sank into the' ground)i up to theeves. The gruesome work of clearing the ,

SarcJ j,.iiMfM. > ,,; .Q'' .. agreed to. empowering the ,national; The inmates had a narrow es wreck and rescuing the bodies, while wlehtirttes@k

Pandemonium, againbroke'loose in oo 1ittee'&l the vacancies on oom; cape., The house,was located in: the rain .. in -' "
a was falling
.
; torrents'was'watch'ed.by.thouiandsio .
: .. .one'.welting chorus of'"enthusiasm mittees.>.-. .J; y dOralik siar: bear t -
-f ->f bowl-like.depression, and water had (, ;1 SOLID andliraiBTXD
pBrTOn3wbowaded tawa.Saw T
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the Mr.
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new.candidate.4.; Resolutions thanks to
Lodgeand
*''i. gathered about the house until it was waterand-mnd to theirkneesandicheeredn >
elephantMbronght1ntctecha1L Mr...,Wolcott ..for. their ableser: two feet deep While the family whereat : .thai ;workerajoH: in-Jheir. Wrs and w tan*as.K Mni $ .vs:,
vices as officers unanirmously pI1aa0.4
presiding
were
meals, a rumbling noise was heard unpleasant-and liopeJess quality
.",,. 1.t\ ;;aYeck.inn'entwined garlands flowers. adopted.;:Also thanks to'May' and the house began shaking. 'The task: """ seemingly -Wp r s bT aentloa tia papa[:

rrJt.: .'Daughter:and applause, were mingled. orAihbridge.Vof Philadelphia. ,the familyi'eahed'batd: tDsbauaeilankimmedbttely..tOne .A" thtl9fttfetrelreltakE'2riarCtBeirrio
"" $",, '::.eabegieatemb; > \wasiborDe'about. hospitality of the'city -* "**, '.< '&? ..
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,. j '',:: d I Sunshine. GBNBR LILLHgALTH9 I

J. ;:: < Mrs. Cynthia Westover Alden ,;. ,
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as'
i1"'r. rL'; izf with no specific name, .
is the latest addition the editorial
Owger. .- ... to
:! t Description of Land. : 8 to combine stom
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: -'. =- staff of The Lalies' Home DISEASE heart trouble,
i' I: i =
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.' ,2' S t '" =0Ii ii Journal. She will apply her ener- and a host of
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( .. :z to that will be and which can be described -
gies
"> ;. E i.5... ... < C a department
w called "Sunshine" which is to be only by saying you feel "allout" .
*;i. ; .., I : i knocked and "good for nothing"
2 lots In Cook!
Y..;; a '!latd- of hounded II. Johns on south east hy bf'. .'. ganization already having a membership dened and need relief.

If; A lJadi"on IItret'. west by land ot eleven thousand. The Kidney derangement Is almost always
.' <:' '.f ;Ira Mary Wet'k. north by'" at the bottom of general ill health.
t land of F J) International Sunshine Society
; Hollingsworth and ,
Your doctor knows this but he usually
Mrs llary W'ektl, in town of I
<< t\tarkt"........ .... ... ..;.:;. 14 \4 as it is called, aims to put sunshineand I treats the various symptoms one at a time.Foley's .
'. .J'v WKers.............!. ....... one.halt aere lotI() teet. north good cheer into the lives ofall. + Guaranteed Kidney Cure
f and south 215 feet east aDd I
i west, bounded north by land It has neither creed nor gets at the bottom of these troubles and
v of L A Miller west 'by lAnd I" cures them all at once.
rules fee is sin
r': of E A Morgan. south and east ; its membership a

,..t by Starke.Pine street; In; town..;.:of...of.. 312 gle act of kindness, and dues are I Ipaid You run no risk. Satisfactory results are guaranteed.

W 1: Jrt':: S G. Saunders,2. acres In southwest corner of in the same currency. Mrs I

:::1, r" SwXkeof a1'.l-ln.:....:.&own;; .. .town... ...of.. 4 50 Alden is founder and president- For cuts bruises or sores BANNER SALVE is best. .
: ,%, IIM"rger8 d; Richard.......... .. Lots a b c. block "u Wvnn's adn general of the society, and it is j i ,
.; dltlontoStarlre:; ........ 2luf (
:' J'otJnParker........... ..... ......lot i. block 1LITingston. Trl1by her purpose to extend its well.doI
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;1. i and Oo'a lIubdl'flslon ot ne.l of h
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.' De.l(...............-........... .... 2 6 2'! ... i 8:. ing to every section of our countryin : T
: ...Iota 11 and 12. block 11 Temple's fact throughout the whole P
State Resort
Meeting. Mrs N. W. Hackett and
daughters
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'. addition to Starke .... .. .. ... 16.
It'6i J $ I Temple........,..:<..... ..... ..lInelot.:. bounded on south byllf. world, for its vast field is interna- The State resort is called to Misses Ethel and Pearl, departed -
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,. 4.-; \ church parsonage lot, east by tional. I

JV" land of M 0 KI4.'hard. Dortb by meet at High Springs, Fla on Monday for Kansas, in
Episcopal church lot. west br I )
., .. Cburchlltrtt'tlul'tarke......... Y 52I Backache should be Tueseay, August 14, 1900, at 10 which state they will spend the
Joeeph Keller.;. ....... .... 7 In never neg-
., .H. acres east half of nra ofAl' 1 remainder of the
!1 .I ofnt' :....... .. 21! U : 'i 300 lected. It means kidney disorder ; o'clock a. m. County Resorts will : summer.
.Obod&lo! 8;; watets. .:.......... :...:.block 1 'Oasktns: addition w take due notice and -
"'" ").: :1'9'."r .. Starke.... ....................... 4 22 which, if allowed to run too long, please govern I A fatal policy is to neglect a
I.1 ? M' :+ 5 acres In themselves accordingly A full
southeast
;; ; corner ot
r 4 Rye 4 .-t,'. ': se5 tofseJ ...................... ''!!) 6 M 5 162r may result in Bright's disease, diabetes -" j backache or other sign of kidney
I 'W' tI.ovskl.... ... :., delegation is earnestly solicited.
; :. .;. that part 01 210 feet squaw. or other serious and often
I trouhle! Cure is
r lo.r. : : ": '._. bounded north bv land of H : 1 M L MCKINNEY, Foley's Kidney a
k -,, dial complaints. Foley's Kidney I
t TboD\al
{ .: east by Thomas street sur'; eroedy for Bright's disease
.' west by land of J L Ga! 1-t : Cure makes the well. Take
: '" 1 JikDOwn........ ....:.-::!.; 410tB 210 feet north and south nothing else. J. L. Gaskins. Secretary; : I li-ns .
1 f 'll .:' : and 105 feet Past and west in ...
tiIOu.ht'a"t, -' X 1 92
corner of neX of st'H ,6 _. -
:. '- Andreworeus.; -.f' ( of ned('ofllt' .... ... .. 33 6 22 :0 :lIS .
1 ,JAmes. JohnllOn. 0 ,-...:-,;,:. ...... south halt of south half ofl1wlA CJt ROFESSIONAL
.' ,,' nw 1.' .... .... .... .... ...... ..... II Ii 22 IU 291 : '. CARDS.
.t.' ,than BObefta&;.Co .1.-.!.... .... sw4! t.f neyj...h.......... .. ....... 1$1 6 t' 41.1 911)'ntnowc. ', 1 1.t: .. ., S I '.._. "U J"...,--..,.,_.,. .v vtnnN.nnnnn
+ ) :.;...;..... .... "" ..... St"Wof"e .of..outhbalt Of t.wX" ". -.-! '_ .
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J. '.,.. ,..' : '.:" ': of sw 4....._........... .... .... .... 31 6 22.j() 248 ." % ..' '.. 0. ,'. -""' Ii I TOIWILLS, N.1).,
"c rL .'i ... :
:. f S acres in sw corner of w3( of Owner. Description of Land. ,, -.. ,
r..i ''I '. > swX" of nw'X.. ....... .... .... 33 6 22.. N j : 4s : .' :. ;': y-c.
". .Uaknowr.-,:... .....:...i.."......... AI'y4 otllf>Jt ........ .... ............ ::1 fI : 41) 1 :i2 ,.. h 1 I' ';='. -:: -,-.f4"f1t.H : < .. :: I. PHVs : : I SAX II SUKtiEOX.'T .
t Ruby Lathrope..!, -';;'.._. .. nJ ofnwy/ot sw".............. 6 72. : :w 21' -. '"1: c. ; : f g I
:' t'b. Dlrt> :.,:.;: ....? ...:..... f' of....4.. ... .... .... .. 34 Ii r. I'll 3 t/'J -_ ;>;. CJ _.f. t. ,..' i>ISE.\ ';: i, :\>MEN AND OBSTETRICS.SPECIALTY. A
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,-'JE!:. Bradle, :...:...:.;;,.y; z..r......2 acres in a square In n\\l. cornel .t., I!. o. ._..!: < ;
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Y I.'"'1. : Of IIw40 f ne4... .................. 3-4 Ii .-- 2 1 Ii": ;< : "' : .
:': EDMoere..... .. .;r. ..:....h seX of sw34.... ... .. :3i Ii; .'d I1. 392 > .. c- ; .
;::'.t.sirs, GJ Armstrong..!..;...;- ,_,: south altOJ "w% And north hall nX of nw3}- of nw'i\ R ::2" 5 I rag .":.. .. lhe Starke Drug Co.
1' wt :. ": of .p'X........ ........... 35 6 2'l' 788lpa Cha R..hertsand Co.......... .:.. swX.......:.. !.............. 21 R' 2'! 1/11) 2l :
Myers.........:.....\ _..._..J'. about acreK bt> at SusanL.\IJerlllall.... ... ........ wK of lot :!...... ... .:..,..!. :t... &'i '8':. 21) .: 131 (KE FLA. I
F s
F east half nwiXr. .
.. ;; > west corner of of ._ -
; section 35. thence ADDITIONAL. : .. I : : i
:; west to nw'X _,,' .10"
I : ) .. c. corner IIf &dd seetinn_ I'outh MrsAveyStilley '". ..._......... Slots 157ftn ft a and w, ...S' !!f ..: 0-:'j G.wo..
.. ;: ;n'' ; ., 36 and two third yards east to "boUI1iedl-e. bylalldllof., .. : .
r ; 1 "'J ; first DlenUont'l! I tract the.ee Qf and 'TCV .
":, Sophia' L, U' r.
%Ii..y;', .. -.. .;' ,, "' north to "".,-,,,.un I ng.... ...... 35 Ii 23 203M 'Ii .wbylanllsr owned by ,
'". F LewtA..lh..fd..rii. ,.... ..... nJ( ot nl' ". ....... .... III 7 JI wl 2 JS Louis Wlfk :. W .\1.; L.Y..A'I'-IJA w.
'.1Ol E F Oeteen."'....... .".'.-.' .'_" .'.".-.-........ st of neX ............ ......... 4 7 :!O) MH 5 4- .. ,.taxes for 18981G. ....Starker;.,!....i"e .., $1
r ,,-.01u Rober *& co.:;. :;:". .... neX oCnt"J( and '6wli of uw1.. 4 7 :!O Hli 1 411 CGy31C'; : .-.L PxtACTICF.; A SPECIALTY.

3 "V'YMAnd--..r;' .... .;..._ s34..f lot 4-.__........... ..... .., .. 6 7 21 40 4- Bradford'
.. ..... ;...I....;;.,....... IOt 6.... ....... ...... .. ...... Ii 'i 211 Mil t4.4iJnknowa ,ALDERMAN. K?Collector. .. ...C irity. aT.- nKE. FLA.
;. :............;;:....,.,?..... nJ( of lot 4... ....... ............ Ii t I 411 131f '. '. '': oi. .
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.. .....f', .;.. :...:........ s3(, f lot I 6. .. ........... .... Ii 7 .hl .ao 13.:'. ; ;.y. .;\ ; -
a<,4.11&8 Roberta 4Q ::.:.:......... Iuts 3. 4.5, 6,7.8.......... ......... 7 7 20 44) 6 li9 .J :-; '
;..j V P Turk,.....,.... ;.:.............. 1 acre in southwest corner of .. t 'NOTITo .: ... r \. ;- J K FL'J-lli ,
II, xlb.: ... oJ .z, ,. seX of se34........ ...... .... is 'l 20. 1 2 84 .,' '' '. l'" -
Unknown."" .. ;.f:,". ....,,?. swJ 01 ne54 and elislX of ery4 of '
iif!,(' -- '. ..!.M 'nt"J ......... ... ..... 10 7 :!O Iii 2 ft TilE TAX PAVERS ot BRADFORD TV:; :' ./ i .A 'I'HU\.ir-AT-A"'
,.,..Chlill Roberte. -.- ;:'.:.i.\ ... ..... nwy of nrX... .. ............. 14 7 :!O 4U If.' \ .
4.J W "11l' '_'''".'"-.; ., }.. ..... awy4 of swX .......... .. .. .... 1'i 00 41J 4 laJ Every tax payer is requested'to carefully the foregoing advertisement -,
WMoore.;..\'t.. .':. ......... t1t' ,, of..... j Iris 2acr ..........- 16 'i !rl ;:/1 1 31 Office I I1is: '.iiing: Starke Fla
I
.. 1"1& Daud and Mortgage :....:. net of nw J(.... ?.......... .. 20 'i 2U 40 131J of tax sale; and if lands u ,which the taxes.havebeen ... .. ..
:: W Moore.-......! ::..,. ...-..east half or ney ot veil less 6
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O<(::nt acres ....... .-.. 7 .Ml II. 2 48nwyj paid are found to be advertised Jhe own%. r of 3uch property- will kindly
)( es..4 :!II iL BUGG
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.T.W
Moore.r ....... : 01 nw less JS ac '
'Unknown.--- .... "" 40fn"J(... ......_..... ....:.... :ti'l 7- 2u 4U 1 st2 notify'me and I will stop the,sale of thifeameat my expense., '
Vie' MIt.-hell HII1.1t:: .':... ...I50fnOl'Lht'ndoftte.l'ofne .... 211 10) 1 ..' .' .
Wallace Mtllst:: ..... W&t half of nWy and nw4 of r G;:>\\'. ,ALDERMAN; ..

I J' 7r t. sw ........ ........ ..... .... 2S 7.211 le, n"oMtR rn -- A \. ;l -.1'u\ ii.
111pegto.: ..: ....... A. B. C. AM D.. subdivIsion of Tax Collector Bradford CountyWould
r *t lot 11 block 14 town of Sam i on I I
; t. ,fi' 1 == = : -: : ___ Corner Clc rn a""* Jackson Street, Starke

,33J.$ 'I1dri. .ry...... ... subdivision of'A and Blot 1'1 I .' -- -
4.a", T block 12 town of Sampson City4 7 21 ti "J not Suffer so Again far Fifty 'I .
.'.;'i'fT1.0 :. I. ....... eet4gf seX.......... .....:..... S"ff.UbkDO 'i l1 40 1 31 -.. a'' I J. T. WI..L3. A. V. LONG.
'=. ;.:: ........... east half of seX and tjw3i of I Times its Price.I ill .. ca"
;': ';: A"" f:' seX.......................... .. 9 7 :21 120 936 \ ;.t .... \\7ILLS vV LONG
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'.:''t't..lIIl'11 .... ..... .swJ( of seX ............ ... .. .... II : 21 awoke last night with severe o ,
'f-j.; .. ,.. ..:... ......... eX..f uwSj 01 nrX.... .. .... 11 : 21 :zo. r8 W. 1
.: > kt '""';'''; .. .. ne ofsw", ."............. ........ U : _:;t 41) 453i DCbaaJi pains in my stomach. I never: telt ; : E-f .
': ) .:......... ... nt'ofse" ........... ..- .... 14 7 40 : so badly in all life. When I .04" 'c':: .: AT'I'OJeEfSATJuttlc : \" .
;. W.R':., r"J.t. ....... seX of act K'... ....... ....... l 7 :7 40 1 31TA my -0 H."
... ..\ .......... ... west half nwl( less acres in came down to work' this morningI ; ; J () in Pi-ek' Duilrtinir, tlttkf'. P'UHE.

,. ,..1'.....4'. ...:.'f;:'' J '.'.r4( '.\. northeast uw'" ......corner.. ... of....II"of... 21) ._.. 21 ....-) 4.- felt so weak I could hardlY/\\) )rk '_ :

'. Chan Rbbbrt8! atiG 4p .:. ....... eX of8l'lof8t'! ............'u....... : sl 21 ::; 1t.9-.l! I went to Miller: & McCurdys fW ,
Jacob Rbame;..;......'.. f 4. ...... s3( of sets of IJwJ ........ .... -1 I 7. KO aJ 2 'c= H toiI LAGEUGKKN,
,, ("hn W dC I\ ::.;;...._.. nw/ ofn" i and nw ,: "t tIf'2 "-1 14\1\ drug store and they recommended'
3A
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Unknown.wi..ii ..._. bW of ss. less 4 acrrso. South. +
'h4e' Colic Cholera and 0
west corner... ......... .. ..... i 7 21 :36 4 64 Chamberlain's rIJ Land and Engineering Surveying. '
,'... Born....... ..,. ;.;;d;.-,.:... swy4otney .......... .'. ..... il; ... 21 'J J 4. Diarrhoea Remedy. It worked
Unknown..4' ; ; .:, .1', .. .... seX of nw. ....... .... ... .... 3b 21 4" 1 31 J l .. LEGRAPH"OFFICE. STARKE.
D1ntnrn and BECbrsryl. :t:::,'J...i.i.. se% CifnwJ ............... ........ 2 7 2' 40 1 like magic and one dose fixed me :

I..J Mller.! .....:...4, p t:';,.,.... ne'40fnw\ .".... .... .... .... 2 7 ,,; wJ' 21d all It is the finest a 0 .
UbknOWU....;... ....;.;,.; .."'. w3ofnwJ.1tCr .;... .. ........ 3 ;t.; righi. certainly Mm9 --
srdtoe.ger and : ,.;.,.; nwof nw...... ......... .... 4 7 40 1 1/. thing I ever used for stomach o c. C LEC; LcNOTICES..
W ACOneJr.... .;;f\ .:+..: .. z ;: c UJ.
.f '\. ',,, ,'alilwXeMlsJOfsrXofnwl.uf 7 7 Iii! 51 tW trouble. I shall not be without it M ..,0A
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t ,: YeK ofnwJofsw .......... .... II 7 1. 2tt 304 in home hereafter for I shouldnot Administrator's Notice.
y ; .; James Clark..................t.i., 111'.1 of neJ of sw jand south my i: I 4-
holt, of DW.I(' of neX of ''NW 4. care to endure the sufferings ..J J..4 z= i. -
; 1t'U 1 acre.:........ ..... .... ... II 7 22 14 156 < i$ NOTICE is hereby given that all person In-
JA Johnson... ........._.......... weSl.half'of nw5 1 of neX Iran 3.L of last night again for fifty timesits Q I :: to the estate of S. D. Hayes. dece.H
of. 10 t'd. late of Bradford county will pay the same
acreaaodnX or
nw4 nw.4 ,
Less 3 acrrs .. .. 8 2; 34 :l 88 price.-G. H Wilson, liveryman :1:1i < to the undersigned without delay; and all per

-s } acre in northeast'corner of w% .,., Burgettstown, Washingtonco. I i sons having claims against said estate DlU..tprel't'nt
of 8W34 of ne''\.... .. ........ .. tI: 7 1 1U them, duly authenticated within tw
)Irs F L lcho18........ ........... east half o.f nw.4 and ne4! or .. 1'0 ., Pat 1 his remedy is for sale 1 years or this notice-will be plead in bar of their
'9 s.. .... If 'l 938 recovery.

Ruf1'sMChoate.... ....... .. re4cfawX.! .7...... .......... ....... 2x.. 41J 1:31 by J. .L Gaskins. ._ C. D. DOOLITTLE
.. .... ... .. .. .. 10 2- 40 1.: -- .. iI4 May i. ItO.! Administrator
U n..owo............. .... ....... nwli'ofnp1. p. -
.. ... .... .... .... ...... ... nf'(1( of swJ ........................ 10 7 1 9 .II 132 A Card of Thanks.I O: : =
"FLarlcr ... ............ ...... ,4 of syj""'f nwJ and nJi of ')0'.
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s..yI oCn1l.J ............... . 1 33 3U wish to that I feel under c1 t--I
Deed.
say For
Benj FJone8............... .....south part of sw oflIw( and tee Et;1h < Application Tax
all of awX of seX' east of rail1.' 8 ..., lasting obligations for what Chamberlain's ii Ei '
r.,.-............. ... ... ..... . 1M -- 34 7 Jn has done OFFICE or CLERK: OF CiRcrir COURT.
?. : .......... .. ............. 13 acres lnnwXofnW (.. .. .. 1. 7O ;: I'i 111Iqnknown. Cough Remedy ; fi1 Brooks. C(\onty of Bradford, Florida.To .
L. J.
tStltte. Building and Loan Assn. beginning at southeast 'corlll'r of for our family.Ve have used it :mH -; ., WHEREAS. J. D. Gafney has nreu 'nted
J'lorth half of owX of swy4 of in so many cases of coughs, lung O -s to me Tax Certificate No. 76. .sale of /8911. covering
sw Jctlon 20 and running E the following kid in said county of Brad-.
,, went t\5 feet to a point of beginning. trouble and whooping cough, andit 11> 1::: ford to-wit:
thence north 210 .
reet.west has always given the most SWVotNWJk! and NWV of SWV of Sec. 10.
Rl5 feet south 'lJO feet. perfect S
east try feet to beginning In feel O x 1 I Tp. 6 t,., Range 13 E., 60 acre,

nv4of swX..................-. :!0 7 _l 460 satisfaction we greatly w::: tC ,I and upon aid certificate has demanded from mea

.. J )1 Lee............ ..... :....... callt half of ney of nwX and indebted to the manufacturers of tax deed to said land.
IIWJ ofne,, of nwyj..... ..... :)) 'i 2'! 30 20 Therefore,take notice that alter the expirationof
Unknown............ .............12 acres In southeast corner of this remedy and wish them to accept thirty days from the date of this notice,unless
neX ofnw!(......... .. .. 21 7 22 12 1 09swof thanks. you shall have redeemed said land in accordance
n"'I4............ ... .. 22 'i 2.i 40 24i our hearty -Respect- Notice of Dissolution. with law it is my intention to issue a tax deed
5 acres lu northeast corner or fully Mrs. S. Doty, Des Moines, to the said J. D. Gainey for the said Und in accordance
I Rey 40fnpJ .......... .....2.) 1 2l S) 1 16netefnwX NOTICE is herebyJaven that the partnership with the provisions of chapter 4B74.;
:.. .... ....... .. ;JO 'l 22 40 1 tICnknownM Iowa. Sold by J./L Gaskins. existing between Dr X. W. Fran- Laws of Florida.
__. ......... ...... swJ of nw!. sod M.o"f! swk cis ana w. A. Ilutson. of the city of Starke I D tedJune..11OO,
; and set 1. CJf neJ and nwy off't' FOR SALE-First of and Btatf of Florida. under the firm name of W. T. WEEKS, Clerk C't C't
.. .. ........ ... ..... : l :- 22 160 515of mortgage I Francis & Hutson was dissolTwl by mutual con 6-8 By W. \VAINRIGHT, I). C.
... ,..................... w of Rt'.It.; ......... ... )\.1 7 22 :Ill 2.u $600. payable in instalments ot sent on the 4th day of June. 19UO.!
10 acres comml'ncinK at northeast All debts owing to the said partnership are to -- .
corner ot IIJI'. of nri" and $100 each on November ist of each bt- received by the Mid Dr. N. W. Francis, and

Winning south .10 yards. north with ten cent. interest, all demands* on the said partnership are to he
210 yards, east 21(1 yawls tobeglonlng. year, per presented. to hin for payment.DR. -
.... ............... 3.j 7 L' 10 2685arreS secured upon dwelling in Starke X. W. FRANCIS,

comer commencing ot ne,1 I\t northeast and running Apply to H. S. M., TELEGRAPH Starke. Fla., June d, 11OO.!W. A. HUTSON. COFFINS

sr4of' ... wept 2111 office Starke. 6 B-4t ,

tobeginning.! _.
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UnJrn01l'O....... ................. swy4 of nwY except 2 acres in
lIOuthwest corl1f'r.... .... ....... :i.'i 7 :!2 is 1 fie

J ELo\\...... .................... all.:.. .... .. ... ....-...... ... 1 S i2 60) 9 43 Skin Diseases. a full line ofUNDERTAKERS'
seX of nw'4............... .. 2 tI 1
.. 5 IIcrt's commencing lit BOuthwpSt '
of swy4 of n..' and
corner j
running north :") yards. t.1i..t For the speedy and permanent cure of

112 yams south : ': yards, west itetter salt rhenm and eczema Cham SUPPLIES
11+_yards tol inning... ..,... 2 8 5 2 14t'ha berlain's and Skin
Eye Ointment
'Roberts and Co.... ..... RW4 of owl.f.... ....... .... ..... :! S :2 40 1 04ChwRohrttaandb is hand. The best
; without It Always on
ofnt" .. ...... cheaper an equal. relieves the itch.
... ... .. sly ofDel -& 3 1. 2'l :II ?sr. Always
("' 11' RobertlAbd...,... ... wa t half ot n" 3y and. seX of nrl4 I i K S: ::S' 1 3'CaknOtt'n ID the end than any aeeda ing and smarting: almost instantly and I service at the lowest

........ .. WX of swX of IIW.'l lhl \J4 r that only Coot half a* much. its continued use effects a permanentcure.
.PUltrown: ::::::::::: .; s.Jt 0181"1 IS 2': 74 Ilil C fresh and t '
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trnstee Tested, true to name It also itch barber's prices.
..... . ........ .... 1 cures itch
I'll
J Hendricks. . . .. ....... sJ ofowl4. 12 tI 'l: 24-J beat. Ask
.L ....... .... ........... eS of ewfg....' ............ 12 M :!:l I'O! l 411 ;e. reliable. Always the scald head, sore nipples, itching piles
G Lew.s s\\\ ..... ..... .............. 14 S ltiU a v i y for Kerry's-take no other. chapped hands, chronic sore and Special attention to Telegraph Orders
........ seX of se!! and swJ of IIt'I( i Writ for 17W Seed Annafcl.I eyes I
Unknow. .. ............. KERRY X CO.. granulated lids.
And nf'J otnwJ east of county M. G. C. LIVINGSTON.A
line........-_ .... ............ 17 8 22 6Q 2 33v rkthtt, )reL. .,.

\ DiuIKhart.......... ...... .... .lots 3.I and DX of lot 1 and .... Dr. fady's Condition Powders for
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swX oIt"\\ ... .... 2: s 218 9 4. t11si[ -
w% ot seX ..f ne3S.... ........ ... n S ;.::: N 2.lf' horses are the best tonic blood purifier .

Tony blltcltell... ....... ......... DW.I of s" X...................... 2 S :!'.: W 497a andvermifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldb, ..
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LOCAL HAPPENINGS. .Cheap.. Insurance.
, Many a man has been insured rtt
tiiiz.JIsTY h'c
: against B. ;gnt's disease, diabetes, .1c: :
that the
It is feared heavy rains I or other langerous ailment by a

.,. are damaging field crops. jottleof
fifty cen Foley's Kidney 'T -
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'. Cycling has its ups and downs Cure. T L.,-Gaskins.- .- .... ,

After the downs, use Banner Salveifiyou're I \Vh' meats after ::5i'.You.can';
not buy your .,. .' get'anytdegree
cut or bruised. It heals they f .vc been in cold storage and 'of 'heat ydttreqtureo4'a a '. <
the hurt L. Gaskins. .
quickly. J.
made "hder. It costs no more- +Wickles3 OilStove y

The sale of land delinquent for only -o cents a pound. S L. '
a single turn of,thevalve: -from a simmering -
taxes will take place next Monday. Krarr .r; & Co. : "
.. fire and fat stoiar'oven: to a hot top i
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Small in size and ;great in results Report show that over ISOQ and afast oven. Here's,'no limit to tie rangeifDrives
lives have been saved through the '
DeWitt's Little
are Early '
of its usefulness. ':absolute + tontrol of
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I Risers, the famous little pills that use of One Minute Cough Cure. .
,, cleanse the liver and bowels. J. L. Nl, L of these were cases of grippe, cooking whether baking,' boiling; 'broiliajg, roasting ;;

:..: Gaskins. cr '*.r'. asthma, whooping cough, or simply toasting. Can :y Um9re;' bn any coalor
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brur iris and Its '
: pneumonia. gas range? rhe. "
:.;t! L. M. Stokes, of Blair, was early use prevents consumption.J. .

t.; transacting business in Starke L. Raskins.YUP : Bliie

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:. Monday.Ivy ___. new hotel at Worthington Wickless Flame.s

K poisoning, poison wounds! Springs; is open and ready for"uesls. .. '-... '
and all other accidental injuries We have good cooks, #'' .t r.

may be quickly cured by using De :ite waiters and, can give! you Oil Stove, J' :, Lk:

Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is s I,iisfaction. Rates, $i 50 per day, .
also a certain cure for piles and I */ perv (ek. "use :of spring in is making summer housekeeping easy; \It':'j i *

skin diseases Take no other. eluded: J.V.. .,Welts, Worthington is giving' cooking comfort at tow'F coe3t4 '
L. Gaskins. J.I' ton, v No smoke or smell. Sold wherever r" ', '
stoves are sold. If your dealer:. tx
Our customers who have. rf ssed troubled with'rh :umati.m give '4 does not have it, write to ;: '

r chickens to keep over nit'r.....' 'Chamberlain's Pain Balm a' ;trial. STANDARD OIL COMPANY.

use our refrigerator for tu ;' It will' hot cQst'' you. 'a cent.if it

pose. S. L. Kramer & Co I I does you no: ,,good., One/applica; }

tion ,will,relieve.the pain.It slso i i"llres

The Chinese ask, "how YI.l' 'sprains' : -and, bruises.m"5 one' : .'

liver?" instead of "how do y 't' do. I thud: the time:cegui'r'edy any .. f....: /,

for when the liver is ;/ t.ve the I other ..treatment..,, Cuts, burns, I .
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health is good. DeW 'I. :ttle: I .--ostbites rquinsey'pains-' the "
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Early Risers are famon : :*. and THE STATE CONVENTION. i1-4 r
3 yule and chest'glandular other /
for the liver and bov'- '. 5 'swellings'are.quickly curcdtby: applying ., .-Continued- from first pi e. What Motherhood Means | Having: deqdei rfor'tj

;to Gaskins._ ...._ h--_ !I it;,,Every-.bottle! :"warranted. ceived 113 .votes and Mr. Lamar while at my honi,
Price 25):and: ,' tU..L.-? ; lns.' received '168.: While leading Mr. To the woman in perfect son roads ear 5. auw'3d
All kinds fine
machi >
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to have hose" : an.f
pair work. Shop, front .- T7; u.r Mrs. W.Tr/Weeks,.Ms.-W/. Lamar'lacked twenty votes of the health,free from anyform health''oinilconsult ;' .'
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Growers' building. V ... _. !; Wall,. G: ,Alvarez;;, Misses two-thirds ,requisite to a nomina- I of female weaknessit tnlefrl
Weeks ---* **-*> ion and : contest means one of the most ;
the machinist. Olive Leila! 'Ah l: .prolonged was will.be mad
; WeeksJand: Robert Wee nose. bpked.f r..but. Mr. Wills surprised perfect forms of happiness, I they"Mafve'lous' -
All who suffer fro =".-::: : ClXde'JoOscar"Guya; ;: rn>"r' :he nventioQ 'announcing that but to the sufferers from any 1 i\i my y.

glad to learn that J .0.: "%.V"ill ", I\jvare2k left Wednes wakf.:.....,. houl4, not stand behind' the form of Womb Trouble it brings i|[ery which i ifrnly in +

Hazel Salve will gi fe ,':oj ins; I f{ Worthington Springs;"wh (flUwill twgithy-ds ru'e and contend for the additional burdens I almost too ]I land I relieves distress v

and permanent reli- i ./ .. ; 'I spetd.aJ elv weeks, tiotn'inationafte r his'opponent had great to'>bear. There is, how- {1 t ; : .k

eczema and all skin .... l.I' I i./ -fi :*-') receiyed a\.majority' vote.. His ever, no form of female weak- cause or 'causesj

ware of counterfers. L.r. St3rv; Ho'er vet.CUrt. p speectTonkthts'occasion electrifiedIhemuTtitudelof"5,000people ness that G. F.:, P.' (Gentle's I j! system, i ipless: tikno .

kins pepsiaYer sons'with"ind, '. who Female Panacea) will not cure. !j treatmtriv >

ire ,already half star <<: were present-and 'commanded their It gives strength, color,and full J;[: taking ; %nge -

Large consignments ot cantaloupes : need 'plenty ,of whole 1v undivided attention: His magna- rich blood. I I IA I f the mo'itiinto; ,
arrive here daily' from LaCrosse ; fur wMka before oar e ewod shod wmi ben three jwn j Jmrnut r 4 DK
I ECodol Dyspepsia ..Cure t s his .... ,I ;
% nnous-references to ,wife 1aa41oc&1 drops wry"4. WO b4 t.o t d d.en
opponentso
and .' _.. the n .......
are r; A.e.m..lteebd |f peciaS.4t
whIa hw hal ad 11.e.d. Bft'.hId an
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Northern what you eat so the'bbdy .can! benourished and his, feeling,t-ibute 'to'hk, ....qe lens hot M the uyl". as nolhv.!en..and a lb.nd 1 '
markets. e of tau_SIlo......lot bar .._ aad..d. w.LL' Bod':1 world Vfarno1
while the out f.organs : .. .. ..
-- worn friends'and the newspapers that Ja.a. ja+ before oar third cblld .th dr p jipftarad ".
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1 yda attd vs w. 'II"ry .OMJ. her. Wt t vbir Pains T'
Men may differ rn .t-, religion arebeing reconslnictedr ,Its had supported him w'ere couched inbeautifullanguage'and O.r..aad I_flad.ur lw error.luppwnd
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.. b w...ami well and kM.In* b ttby knYbabV.PRIOI MinoVSur"PerfecjttH;
the preparation :knoivn: delivered in UId..1 t
or finance, but mi v./ho have only J)A1BOJTLk.-, !
that wi'l! instantly relieve and.corn- a/voice that charmed and held tl.OO. -
tried Banner Salve are **I .*ca a& If TOW drontai do BOI handl.. S.F P. Mhta to I
to its worth for cuts, bUI'S.ores, pletely 'cure all stomach,troubles. ) both delegates t and: spectators wiwUl rapplr It. OUMTWIM yon direct.Mnd erpreua: yo p g ordvr fr.P and Jd.If .IL and t '

piles and skin diseas.... j. the :Try itif.you. are suffering, from in spell-bound ;At'the conclusion of ,your CM*u sot folly eo"*r d by ow fill UOiBEALTHT th systenjlder
most healing med:.he !in the digestion. It will certainly doyou his speech he* moved the unanimous MOfmCKS! MAKE BAPPT BOHES.- Keep

wor.d J. L. Gaskin. >nwwi. J.,"L., Gaskins nomination'of, Mr: Lamar b}' INDIES Writ UKALTII in mafUUM CLUB for MM rr..llllyfw L.Qe ntl to.*c.. .. : by :tire. occas]
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and'then
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J. J. Morgan, a leading citizen of ).)"" -" !'Io"6......" .....- unusual spectacle of a defeated
the Ward City section \v<-- transacting .: "' I candidate.'receiving an ovation. ANNOUNCEMENTS.FJR ulate the lb.awels'. :ai
business in Scrke Tues {. 'r."'" "."- :
His fairness fn "JFl1"" '" Iwr..a.M-
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'. J..' the. contest and his splendid ora- TREASURER. "
Fatal mistakes aimade ,- -.:; I,: tory hadihaUenged!.admiration I hereby announce myself candidate' for the For sickheadachetfniTUTTSja r
by dI .; 1J' /' of the assembled delegates, and Office of County Treasurer: and respectfullysolicit iousness. tOnS ttf( '
those who do not heed '.he earlier ; the support of my fellow-cittxeus. ( qJ" .
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men from all of the auditorium f
parts : t
of J. W.
symptoms kidney or bladder $J ) NICHOLS. dred diseases'utaLsoilttecy} ; ,
trouble that often end made their way to his side to
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n Brjght'disease S FOR TREASURER.To : "
or diabetes. When Foley'sKidney : congratulate him and pledge their ''. ., ...' tel. .... .
the Voters of Bradford CountY-I : ::i Lo'J. "
Cure .1, I ;lr. support ,in the event he shouldagain hereby ,' :L1t: ,
makes the kidneys announce myself candidate for the office of -..
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well how aspire to preferment at the Treasurer Bradford -:.--
foolish it is to delay. J county at the ensuing i C1 roJtty'4th.(
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L. Gaskins inds'of, the democracy of the election. I earnestly solicit your support,and if f.I- > ** -
.. _. -_ state. elected promise a faithful discharge of the dutiesof "We :thejiiodersigried(J bus >3:

Dr. J. O. Hayne'swent up to //I'' In acknowledging the kindly the office c. P. CASON. .men 'of'Staijke'va"gree to close :-<

Tallahassee Wednesday for the 1 ,u, '' '\ ylr\ references made to him by Mr FOR SHERIFF respectivejfjlaces! of business .
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purpose of purchasing a fine Wills Mr Lamar made a most ,Wednesdayi July 4th at 12 rcu''
Friend of
J: E Johns desire to announce
Jersey cow.Neglect graceful speech gaining the increased him a candidate for the office of Sheriff, ant rem JO :closed until ThurJufy.sth
Look In Your Mirror
and admiration of pledge for him a capable and ,
is the short step so esteem upright administration ) : 0 {
Do sparkling the friends of Mr. Wills Thus of the affira of the office. The candidacy ". Metropolitan Pharmacy
many take from a cough or cold to you see eyes a healthy :JL ;.
ttatedsinasr.ectcrresayoarndagrace: : of ;Mr. Johns will be made subject to the
consumption. The early' use of ful form f 'l1t:>iC attractions are tho resultof ended what gave promise of de action of the democratic primary election If it Is : They; W. B. Haynes Col
good health. If they are absent there into of the Cohen Co'
stubborn Freidman &
veloping one most
One Minute Cough Cure prevents Is nearly always some disorder of the distinctly determined to nominate officers by that method. '
consumption. It is the only harm term nine organs; present. Healthy contests of the convention.The Bradford County Banc
menstrual-organs mean health and beauty
less remedy that gives immediate cv contest was conducted on No Right to Ugliness. Farmer & ,Ensey Bros,-:

results. It cures all throat and rywhere.tl'icELREE'S honorable lines from start to finish The woman who is lovely.Jn Mrs;} Annie Dngg rs..f

lung troubles. Children all like it and leaves no mark of bitternesswith face, form and temper will always T A. Knight & Co. ';:t

sand mothers endorse i'. J, L Wine 01 Cardu the partisans of either Mr. have friends, but one who':would S. L Kramer & Co. '

Gaskins. Wills or Mr Lamar. Indeed we be attractive must keep her health.If Starke Drug Co. I

. makes women beautiful and healthy. believe it was the most felicitous she is weak, sickly and all 'rundown G. C. Livingston. :!

Five room house to ::. Apply It strikes at the root of all their incident of the convention, and we she will be nervous and ir J. G. Alvarez. :i;

to J. W. Morgan, HL: Commercial I trouble. There is no menstrual dis know we express the desire of Mr. ritable. If she has constipation or J. \V. Hodges. f
Bank, or at his residence East order, ache or pain which it will not .
on Wills when the troub'e her W. A. '
cure. It is for the budding girl, the we express hope Sidney impure blood Crosby.
Madison avenue. busy wife and the matron approaching that the democracy cf Kradforc 1 .' will cause pimple-, blotches, skin J. :.1'. Alvarez. ,a.'

Unless food is digested--quickly the change of life. At every trying county will next fall give to Mr.. eruptions and a 'wretched complexion Mrs Sistrunk. ;

it will ferment and irritate the crisis health,in strength a woman's and happiness.life it brings It Lamar the largest!: vote he has ever Electric Bitters is the J, \V.White.

stomach. After each meal take a costs $1.00 of medicine dealers. received at our hands. be.st medicine in the world to reg- C. I', Cason. ;

teaspoonfull of Kodol DyspepsiaCure For advice in cases requiring special His-Life- was Saved.-- ulate stomach, liver and kidneysand L Oi; Preva!t.*. ,7

It digests what directions address giving symptoms to purify the biood It gives M. Leviton.Digests ,
eat "The Ladies'Advisory '*
you Department, Mr. J. E. Lil'ey, a prominent
and will allow strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth
you to eat all you The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga citizen of Hannibal Mo.
need of what you like. It never Tenn. lately vevety: skin, rich complexion. It
fails to cure the worst of 1TRS. BOZENA LEWIS, of Oenar11I, I had a wonderful deliverance froma will) make good-looking, charming
cases Texas Bayst"I was troubled at monthly frightful death. In telling of i it
dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take I Intervals with terrible pains in my head and woman of a run-down invalid. Kada !
back, but have been relieved he "I taken
entirely by Wine says: was with '
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J. L. Gaskins.Dr. i Of Cardul. Only So cents at J. Gaskins'.
phoid fever that ran into pneumo _

J. H. Colson, of Waldo,. Last fall I sprained my left hip I nia. I expected to soon die o!f E. E. Johns.

came up to witness "Among theBreakers" while handling some heavy boxes. consumption.! My lungs hardened. 1!I" Dyspepsia' CuP
The TELEGRAPH is authorized
ti; at the opera house The doctor I called on said ar firstit I was so weak I couldn't even sit I( to ,

Monday evening. was a slight strain and would. up in bed. Nothing helped me. I S I announce the candidacy of the; ,what you eat;
above named gentleman for the]
e. Then, I heard of Dr. King's New : j
For two Ira W. soon be well, but it grew worse i i i office of sheriff. He is too well)) Itartificlally digests the food and aJc'
of One bottle
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years Kelley, Discovery,
? and the doctor then said I had gave great I Nature in strengthening and reo"
1Mansfield, Pa., was in healthon relief. I continued to it known to need introduction at our I .
: \ poor rheumatism. It continued to use and I I,I structing the exhausted digestive
account of kidney trouble. He and I could grow now am well and strong. I can't l|i f hands. He has held the office of ; gzyis. It is the latent discovered dlges

,. consulted several physicians and to worse work. I hardly get round. say too much in its praise." ThisI I I sheriff and it is generally conceded I a |.and tonic No other preparatcf
went .to a drug store It
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1. considerable for marvellous I that he discharged the duties of t efBcIency.
medicines medicine is the i
spent money and the druggist recommended I. surest siantly relieves! and permanently .
without relief and I I the same with signal ability. He I
obtaining until quickest in the
to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. i cure world for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, HeanbMF"
he tried Foley's .Kidney Cure, I tried it and one-half of a all throat'and lung trouble. Regular is young, active and i industrious Flatulence, Sour Stomach;.rlTaw ,
and nfcw writes .'! desire to amy dd bottle cured 50 I cent sizes SOC and. $i. Trial bottles and was a terror to taw breakers Sick eadacbeGastraIgIa.Oiamps'

1'i testimony that it may be theAiding'others. recommend it me to entirely.aI) friends.now free at J, L.:Gas ins'. Every when he.was sheriff of the county. all PrkeSOc.and otlierresullsof. imperfectdlgestloi
my t1 tftrgesiza contains V4nallsUc.BooksU'aboatdyspepKiamimedi t
it r "set' J. L. '' bottle guaranteed. &
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