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THE WEEKLY TALLAHASSBKJANr AN FRIDAY FRI AY APRIL 11 1902 1 f 7 4 ill i j
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irOW gow W well I remembered the broad broadforehead broadforehead broadforehead
forehead the steady yet mild mildthe mildes
es the firm lips the elevated su sujor surior surlr
rior jor bearing of the man I had once oncelore onceore onceore
lore ore seen in thatplace that place and on ona a like likead liked
ad d His form was slightly bent bentow bentCWO
ow CWO iiis his hair was whiter his eyes eyestier eyeser
tier er back in his head his face thin thinand thinand thinat1
and marked with deeper lines and andre andere andere
ere re was in the whole expression of offace offace offace
face a touching sadness Yet su sujor suor suor
jor or to the marks of time and suffer sufferan ¬
unflinching resolution was visi visiin visiein vlsilein
s an
ein in his countenace that gave to it a anity agnity agiiiti
gnity nity and exacted exact d involuntary re rect reeeL reeeL
eeL ct He stood still after advancing advancingfew
few sw paces and then his searching searchingyes
yes J having discovered his son he said saidlildly saidIdly saidIdly
Idly yet firmly and with such a ajength angth aength
jength ngth of parental love in his voice voiceat
hat at resitance was scarcely possible possibleEdward possibleEdward possibleEdward
Edward Edward Come my son sonDont sonDont sonpont
Dont go The words were spoken spokenan
an undertone and he who uttered utteredem
em turned ttirfl his face away from Mr Mrsve Mrargrove MrrgroVe
argrove sve so that the old man could couldsot couldat
sot at see the motion of his lips A little littlebefore littlehile littlebile
bile before he had spoken bravely bravelyagainst bravelygainst bravelygainst
gainst the father of Edward now he heBuld heuld heuld
Buld uld not stand up in his presence presenceI
I looked at lidward He did not move moveom movem
om m where he was sitting and yet I Iy 1that IV
y V that to resist his father cost him himlight
0 light struggle struggleEdward struggleEdward struggleiEdward
Edward There was nothing im imjtive imtivellothing imtjvellOtliflg
jtive tivellothing nothing stern sternnothing nothing com comanding comnding cornnding
nding in the fathers voice but its itst itseat itseat
eat t its almost irresistible power lay layits layits layits
its expression of the fathers belief beliefJat belieft
Jat t his son would instantly leave the theplace thelace thelace
place lace And it was wa this power that pre preailed preiled prelied
ailed lied Edward arose and witS wit eyes eyest
st t upon the floor was moving away awayom awayfrom awayfrom
from om his companions l when Frank FrankSlade Franklade Franklade
lade exclaimed exclaimedPoor
Poor i tssk > < k fool foolIt
It was as a lightning flash of indigna indignaon ¬
tion on rather than a mere glance from fromhurau fromthe
the hurau h llall eye ye that Mr Hargrove Hargrovebrew
brew instantly upon Frank while His Hisfine l1isfine hisfire
fine form sprung li ung up erect Tie did not notspeak notspelk notspe3k
speak hut HIt merely fixed him with a alook aook aook
ook Frank curled his lip impotently impotentlyhe
as he tried to return the old mans manslittering mansthering mansihering
littering glances glancesNow glancesKoW giancesNov
Now look here said Simon SlaJe SlaJei SlaJesome SlaJeOIflC
i some wrath theres been just about aboutlenough aboutEnough aboutenough
lenough Enough of this Im getting tired of it ithy itdont itI
hy I dont you keep Ned at home homejNobody homeNoJodr homeNoboily
jNobody NoJodr wants him here hereRefuse hereRefuse hereIteltise
Refuse to sell him him liquor returned returnedllr
llr Hargrove HargroveIts
Its my trade to sell ell liquor ans ansjwercd ansJ
J L jwercd wered wei ed Slade boldly boldlyI
I wish isl you Olt had a more honorable
calling Eaid Hargrov almost mourn niourufully mourl1fully mournfully
fully fullyIf
If you insult my m father Ill strike strikeyou
you down exclaimed Frank Slade Sladestarting Sladetarting ShadeJarting
starting up 111 and assuming a threatening threateningaspecL
aspecL aspecLI
I respect filial devotion meet it itihere ithere ithere
here I will calmly replied Mr Har Harove Harve
ove ve I only wish it had a better betterfoundation betteroundation betteroundation
oundation in this case I only wish wishthe wishth
the th father had merited meritedI
I will not stain my page with the thefill therful therful
rful oath that Frank Slade yelled yelledIfather yelledtather yelledraiher
Ifather than uttered as with clenched clenchedst
fis st hesprung he sprung toward Mr Hargrove Hargrovet
t ere he reached the unruffled old oldwho oldwho oldwho
who stood looking at him as one onelook oneforlld oneoa1d
forlld oa1d look into the eyes of a wild wildfeast wildconfident wildbnst
feast confident that he could not notthe notd
d the gaze gazea a firm hand grasped graspedilsarm graspedLsarm
I Iarm
ilsarm arm and a rough voice said saidAvast saidAvast saidTMAvast
Avast there young man Tough a aof ahir ahair
hair of that white head and Ill wring wringneck wringneck wringneck
neck off offLyon oftLyon offLyon
Lyon As Frank uttered the mans manse
He e he raised his first to strike him himA
A moment the clenched hand remained remainedjpolsed remainedpoised remainedpoised
jpolsed poised in the air then it fell slowly to tojtls tohJs tohis
jtls his side and he contented himself with withan
an oath and a vile epithet epithetYou epithetYou
1 You can swear to your hearts con contenLlt content content
tenLlt tent It will do nobody any harm but butyourself butyourself butyourself
yourself coolly replied Mr Lyon Lyonwhom Lyonhorn Lyonhorn
horn I now recognized as the person personI personWith personwith
I with whom I had held several conver converjsations converAI
AI 1 jsations Sations during previous visits visitsThank visitsThank visitsThank
Thank you Mr Lyon said Mr MrHargrove MrHargrove Mrllargrove
Hargrove for this manly interference interferenceHis
r 1 His It is is nojnore n ore than I should have ex expected expected expeeted ¬
pected pected from you youI
I never suffer a young man to toI tostrike toEtrike
I strike an old man said Lyon firmly firmlyApart firmlyApart firmly4Apart
Apart from that Mr Hargrove there thereare
are other reasons why your person personmust personmust personniust
must be free from violence viol nce where I Iam Iam
lain am ami
i This is a bad place for you Lyon Lyonpaid Lyonis
15 paid 3aId Mr IHargrove Hargrove and andlvesaid Ive said so to toNo tor tog
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No Time to lose loseYou
You cannot afford to disregard disregardthe
the warnings of a weak and andDiseased andiseased anddiseased
Diseased heart and put off tak taklng takIng talcIng
Ing the prescription pres ription of the theWorlds theworlds theWorlds
Worlds greatest authority on onheart
heart and nervous disorders disordersMueV disordersM disordersiHeart
MueV M iHeart Heart Cure CureIf
If your heart palpitates flutters fluttersor
e or ° r you are short of breath have havesmothering haves11othering haveSflothering
smothering spells pain in left leftsme leftsIde left1P
sIde shoulder or arm you have haveheart
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4 heart heart trouble and are liable to todrop
drop dead any moment momentMajor momentJItjor
JItjor 1 Major J w V Woodcock one of the theesikqownoiloperatorsTn thet therst
t rst esikqownoiloperatorsTn kQown oilo oitoperatorsTh erators1h theconn theconni the conn connS
i S Ur drJpp droipd ppcd d dead from heart disease dlsenseClnt1y disease9flt
Sf 9flt pntly ly at his home In Portland Ind Inde
VIu1l Wle e mowing his lawn lawnThG The Press PressMrs Pras8M
Mrs M ABirdsaUWatkinsN A Birdsafl Watkins N Y Yr Yose
r tho3e ose portrait heads this advertise advertiseays
Thent ent says ays I write this through grat gratude t
In ude de for benefits I received from fi m Dr DroliIthes
Jutes Illes Heart Cure I had palpitation palpitationU
lefte tht e heart severe Pains under the theshoulder thesboulder
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left t shoulder v and my general health healths healthmiserable
M s miserable A few bottles of Dr DresHeart DrilesHea
MesHeartCure esHeart Cure cured me entirely entirelySold entir entzrlySold 1y 1ySold
Sold by all Druggists DruggistsMiles Druc 1sta
Dr Miles Modlcal Co Elkhart Elkhartlnd Elkhartlndf Ind
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you youa a good > o dmany many times HespoKe He spofie inrat in inrather inrather
rather rat r an i undertone Why will Wlliyol1 Wlliyol1come you youcome YQUcome
come here hereIts heteIts hereIts
Its a bad place I know replied repliedLyon re rel1edLyon lled lledLyon
Lyon speaking out boldly boldlyanI arid we all
know l now it But habit Mr Hargrove Hargrovehabit Hargrovehabit Hargrovehabit
habit thats the cursed thing It thebar the thebar thebar
bar rooms were w re all shut up there would
be another story to tell Get us theMaine the theMaine theMaine
Maine law and an there will be some somechance somechance somechance
chance for us usWhy usWhy usWhy
Why dont you vote tire th temperance temper temperance tempthance ¬
ance ticket asked Mr Hargrove HargroveWhy HarpoveWhy HargroveWhy
Why did I youd better ask said saidLyon saJdLyon saidLyon
Lyon LyonI
I thought you voted against us usNot usNot usNot
Not I L Aint quite so blind to my myown Diy Diyown thyown
own interest as s that And If the truth truthwere truthwere truthwere
were known I should not at all wonder wonderif
if every man in this room except exCeptSlade exCeptSladeand Shade Sladeand Shadeand
and his on voted on your side of the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house houseIts housetsa houseIts
Its tsa a little strange then said Mr MrHargrove MrHargrove MrHargrove
Hargrove that with the drinking men menon menon nenon
on our side we failed to secure the theelection theelection theelection
election electionYou electionYou electionYou
You must blame blamethat that on your mod moderate moderate modcrate ¬
erate men who see no danger and go goblind goblind goblind
blind with their party answered the theman theman theman
man We have looked the evil in the theface theface theface
face and know its direful quality qualityCome qualityomel qualityCorne
Come omel I would like to talk with withyou withyou withyou
you Mr Mrl MrLyon MrLyonMr Lyon LyonMr
Mr Hargrove his son and Mr Lyon Lyonwent Lyonwent Lyonwent
went oujt ou together As they left the theank theroom theroom
room F ank Slade said saida saidVvlla saidWlm
Vvlla a cursed liar anjd aid hypocrite
he is is4WTho
4WTho Yho was asked askedLyon askedVhy askedVhy
Vhy Lyon answered Frank Frankbetter Franleoldly Frankboldly
boldly boldlyYou
You better say that to his face faceuldnt faceIt 1ce 1ceIt
It w uldnt be good for him re reofthe remarked
marked ne ofthe company companyFrank companyI
At th s Frank started to his feet feettbout feetstalked feetstalked
stalked bout the room and put on all allisting allthe
dis isting airs of a drunken brag bragen l1 braggarL ag
gart 1 en his father saw the ridicu ridicure ridiculOllS ridicubus
lOllS fig re he cut and growled out outFrank outTheI outThei
TheI Frank thatll do Dont make makeble makea
a miser tile fool of yourself yourselfAt I Iich
At w ich FrFank retorted with so soinsolence somuch somuch
much 0 insolence that his father flew flewowering
into a owering passion and ordered orderedeave orderedhim
I him to eave the barroom barrooman
I You an go out yourself if you dont dontcompany dont1ike dontlike
like the company Im very well satis satisswered satisfied satisfled
fled swered Frank Frankthis FrankLea FrankLea
Lea this room you impudent impudentsoundrel impudentyoung impudentyoung
young soundrel counc1relCan soundrelgo oundrelCan
Can go my amiable friend said saidvith saidI saidFrank
Frank vith a cool selfpossession that thatd thatmac thatrnaddei
I mac rnaddei < 1e1 d his father who got up has hasmoved hastily hastily
tily an t moved across the barroom to toe tothe tothe
the pIa e where he was standing standingGo
Go ut I tell you Slade spoke spokebe spokeresohit
resohit lYe lYeVod lyWo
Vod Wo ki be happy to oblige you youaid youI youFrank
I Frank aid in a taunting voice but butword lmIpon butpon
Ipon pon n word it isnt at all 1l convenV conve
ient ientHalf Half intoxicated as he was and al already already already ¬
ready early ear blind withpassion Slade Sladelifted Sladelifted
lifted 1 is hand to strike his son And Andthe Andthe n1 n1the
the bl w v would have fallen had not notsome notsome notsome
some c ie e caught his arm and held him himback himback himback
back om the meditated violence violenceEven violence3yen violenceThen
Even ie debased visitors of this bar barroom barroom
room c uld not stand by and see nature natureoutragfd natureoutra natureoutra
outragfd outra 1 in a bloody strife between betweenfathergind betweenfather betweenfatherind
fathergind father lD son for it was plain from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the faj f and quickly assumed attitude attitudeof attitudeofFrrak attitudeofFrak
of ofFrrak Frajk that if his father had laid l id his hishand hishand hishands
hand tjpon pon him he would have struck struckhim struckhim struckhim
him in it return returnI
I coijld not remain to hear the awful awfulimprecations awfulimpre awfulimprevifioiis
imprecations impre tions that father and son in intheir intheir intheir
their ijnpotent i rage called down from fromheaverj fromh
heaverj h aver upon each others heads hea s It was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the niLst J st shocKing exhibition of de deprave depravell deprave ¬
prave pravell human nature that I had ever everseen ev ever everseen r rseen
seen And rd so I left the bar room glad gladto
to escape esc pe from its stifling atmosphere atmosphereand
and revolting r scenes scenest scenesNIGif scenesNIGhP
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J < NIGHT THE THrNINTH THrNINTHvAlt1Il NINTH NINTHNeither NINTH1ItIn
1ItIn oxrMITIx oxrMITIxNeier xr nJ TWX TWXNei
Neither Nei Neier e Slade Sl1 < le nor his son was pres present present present ¬
ent at the breakfast table on the next nextmorni l1extnorn nextuorniig
morni norn uorniig tlg As for fo myself I did not eat eatwith eatwith at atwith
with eiuch i mch appetite Whether this de defect defect hefact ¬
fect arose OS from the state of my mind mindor
or tire tr state of the food set before me meI
I dklfnot did id not ot stop to inquire but left the thestifling thest1fiiy thestiflui4
stifling st1fiiy offensive atmosphere of the therlininc thetIinln theiinifl
rlininc room ro m in a very few moments momentsafter momentsnftcr momentsafter
after entering that usually attractive attractiveplacefor attractiveplacefor I Iplacefor
placefor a hungry man manA manA manA
A few early drinkers were already in anthe inthe intlie
the bar room roommen men with shattered shatterednerve
nerve and cadaverous faces faceswho who could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not hpcin the days work without the thestiimflus thestimtllus thestimilus
stiimflus of brandy or whisky They Theycame Theycame Theycame
came in with gliding footsteps asked askedfor asltedfor askedfor
for what hat they wanted in low voices voicesdrank voicesdrank voicesdrank
drank in silence and departed d It was wasa
a melancholy sight to look upon uponAWwit uponAblut uponAbut
Abut nine oclock the landlord landlordmade landlordmade landlordmade
made his appearance He too came camegliding cameglidi12g cameglidig
gliding into the thebar bar room and his first firstact firstact firstact
act Was as to seize upon a brandy decan decanter decanur decanter ¬
ter iwur our ur out nearly half a pint of t the theAn thej e eHE
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tr FHE HE HOME GOLD CURE CUREigenious CUREAn CUREAn
An I IDr igenious Treatment ny Which Whichnkards WhichDr WhichDr
Dr DrNo nkards are Being Cured Daily Dailyin
in Spite of Themselves ThemselvesoxiousDoses ThemselvesoxiousDoses ThemselvesNo
of ofNerves ofNerves ofth
No 1 1tin oxiousDoses No Weakening
tin Nerves A Pleasant and Posi Posive
ve Cure for the Liquor Habit Ha it
I It i now generally known and understood understoodirnnkenness understoodthat
that irnnkenness Is a disease and not weak weakA weakness weakness
ness A body filled with poison and nerves nervestely nervescompretely nervescompfttelY
compretely tely shattered by periodical or on onuse ons onstantFise
s stantFise use of intoxicating liquors requires an ante an8nLl ananucite
and eradl eradlthis eradlcat eradicatint
capable of neutralizing
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cat catint tanluse this poison and destroying the cray cravlug crayIng rav ravIng
intoxicants Sufferers may now tare tarethemselves eirethemselveS 1rethem
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loss lossof lossof lossof
themselves them elves at home without publicity or
of tSne t ie e from business by this wonderful wonderfulHOllB wonderfulHO
HOllB HO E n GOLD CURE which has been per perfecteS perfecte perfecte
fecteS fecte after many years of close study and andtreatlnent andtreat andtreat
treatlnent treat neat of inebriates The faithful use useaccoi useacco useacco
acco ling to directions of this wonderful wonderfuldisct wonderfuldisc
disc ery Is positively guaranteed to cure curethe curethe curethe
the j ost oustinate case no matter how hard harda
a dr iker Our records show the marvelous marveloustran
trim formation of thousands of drunkards drunkardsober
Into ober industrious and upright men menVES menVES menYES
VES CURB YOUR HUSBANDS HUSBANDSCHiDREN HUSBANDSCHI
CHiDREN CHI DUEN CURE YOUR FATHERS FATHERSTbigjremedy IiATHEltSThl
Tbigjremedy Thl remedY Is in no sense a nostrum but Is Isa Isas isa
a as sfijclfic S lfic for this disease only and is so soskillfully sosklll soskill I IthorughlY
skillfully sklll u11y devised and prepared that it is isthoroughly isthor
thoroughly thor ugbly soluble and pleasant to the taste tasteBO
so tat teat It can be taken In a cup of tea or orcofftS orcoff orcoffc
cofftS coff without the knowledge of the person persontakisfe per3 per33ntakIg > n ntakl
takisfe takl takIg g it Thousands of drunkards have havecuresl hllvecure havecures
cures cure themselves with this priceless remedy remedyand rem remedynnds < 1y 1yand
and nnds as B many more have been cured and made madetemjerate madetem madetemierate
temjerate tem temierate I rate men by having the CURE ad administered admln admm ¬
ministered mln mm tered by loving friends and relatives relativeswitlfut relativeswitl relativeswItJ
witlfut witl mt their knowledge in tea or coffee coffeeand colleeand coffeeand
and believe today that they discontinued discontinueddrilling discontinueddrl discontinueddrIrxdng
drilling drl drIrxdng Ing of their own free will DO NOT NOTWAST NorWA NOTVAT
VAT WA Do not be deluded by apparent and andmisftading andmls andmisading
misftading mls adlng improvement Drive out the dls dlseasfat dlseast diseasat
easfat east easat at once and for all time The HOME HOMEGOUD llOUGO I1OMFGO1D
GOUD GO D CURE Is sold at the extremely low lownritfe lowprl lowprk
nritfe prl of one dollar thus placing within the therearm therea thereai
rearm rea J of everybody a treatment more effect effectual clrectunl effectnal ¬
ual than others costing 25 to 50 0 Pull F n di directions directions directonS ¬
rections accompany each package Special Specialadvice Specialadle Specialadve
advice by skilled physicians when requested requestedwitHout requestedwit requestedwitblout
witHout wit ont extra charge Sent prepaid to any anynarl anypar anypan
narl par of the world on receipt of ofOne One Dollar DollarAdess DollarAd DollarAdtess
adle Adess Ad ess Dept C740 EDWIN B GILES GILESCOMPANY GIIESCO
COMPANY CO PANY 2330 and 2332 Market street streetcorrespondence streetFhl streetPhiadelphIla
Fhl PhiadelphIla adelphla adelphlalif
correspondence strictly confidential COn1ldent1alJ
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fiery fieI111quid liquid and anddrlnk drink it off How badly 1 t this
his hand shook ShOOKSO so badly that he hespllb hespllbed spill spilled
ed the brandy both in pouring it out outand outand
and a nd lifting the th e glass to tOh his is lips What Whata Wh at I
a shattered wreck he was He looked lookedreally looked1 lookedrally
really worse now than he did on Theday the theday theday
day before bef rewhen when drink gave an art artiflcial artliclal
flcial vitality to his system a tension tensionto t nsionto
to his muscles and light to his hiscoun coun countenauce j
tenance The miler milerof of ten years ago agoand agoand I Iand
and the tavernkeeper of today Whocould Whocould Who Whocould
could have identified them as one i iSlade t tSlade tShade
Slade was turning from the bar when whena
a man came in I noticed an instant instantchange instantchange instantchange
change in the landlords countenance
He looked startled almost frightened
The mandrew man drew a small package from
his pocket and after selecting a paper papertherefrom
therefrom presented it to Slade whoreceived who whoreceived whoreceived
received it with a nervous reluctance reluctanceopened rel relUctanceopened ctance ctanceopened
opened and let his eye fall upon the thewriting thewriting thewriting
writing within I was observing him himclosely himclosely himclosely
closely at the time and saw his coun
tenance flush deeply deep y In a moment or ortwo ortwo ortV70
two it became pale again againpaler paler even eventhan eventhan eventhan
than before beforeVery beforeVery beforeVery
Very well wellaIl all right Ill attend to
it said the landlord trying to recover recoverhimself recoverhimself recoverhimself
himself yet swallowing with every everysentence everysentence everysentence
sentence sentenceThe sentenceThe sentenceThe
The man who was no other than a asheriffs asheriffs asheriffs
sheriffs deputy and who gave him a asober asober asober
sober professional look then went out outwith oulwith outwith
with a firm step and an air of impor importance importance j
tance As he passed through the outer outerdoor outerdoor j
door Slade retired from the bar room roomTrouble roomTrouble roomTrouble >
Trouble coming I heard he rd the bar barkeeper barkeeper 1
keeper speaking partly to himself and andpartly andpartly andpartly
partly with the view as was evident evidentfrom evidentfrom evidentfrom =
from his manner of leading me to toquestion toquesti toquestion
question questi n him But thjs I did not feel feelthat feelthat j jthat
that it was right to do doGot doGot j jGot
Got the sheriff on him at last add added aJded added
ed the barkeepr barkeeprWhats j jWhats i
Whats the matter Bill inquired inquireda
a man who now came in with a bust bustling bustling bustling
ling important air and leaned famil farniliarly j
iarly over the bar Vho was Jenkins Jenkinsafter Jenkinsafter Jenkinsafter
after
To be continued continuedWOODYILLE conUnucdYOODVILLE continuedwoODvIr4L
WOODYILLE WARBLINGS WARBLINGSWootlville WARBLINGSVool1viUe WARBLINGSWoodville
Wootlville April 3 SThe The farmers farmersare I Iare
are all about doneplanting done planting and gardens gardensare I Iare
are looking 1001 nK well wellMr wel1Mr wellifr
Mr Roberts Rob rts of Monticello reprc reprcsenting representing q
senting the Monticello Drug Co was washere washere washere
here ore day tins week weekMr weekM weekMr
Mr M Alexander of the Pinhook was wasover waoyer wasover
over here Saturday SaturdayMr Satur ay ayMr
Mr John Eoatright Boatrightwas Avas oer oxer on Sat Saturday Satmda Satuiday ¬
urday mda and brought fifty bunches of ofrutabaga ofrutHlmga ofrutabaga
rutabaga turnips which he readily dis disposed disPosed < Usposed ¬
posed of at five cents per bunch bunchMr bunchrii
Mr D L Crosby and Miss Annie AnnieCausseaux AnnieCansseaux AnnieCauseaux
Causseaux both of Woodville were Averequiotly WCiequiCUy werequietly
quietly married last Sunday afternoon afternoonat
at the residence of the brides parents parentsRev parentsHev parentsRev
Rev W ir F r Haskins officiating officiatingMr
Mr H G Lewis had sixtyfour sixt four panels
of fencing fel1cin burned Saturday Caught Caughtfrom Caughtfrom Cauiitfrom
from the woods woodsCol woo woods1ol s sCoI
Col John S Ferrel of Wakulla was wasover waso wasovcr
over o r Saturday SaturdayMr Satur ay
Mr 1 Jno L Robinson and H G Lewis Lewisleft Lewiileft Lewisleft
left yesterday y8te a for Tallahassee and will willreturn willietnrn xviIIreturn
return today todayMr todaylI todayMr
Mr lI F C Williamson went ent to Craw Crawfordville Crawordvi1le Crawfordville
fordville yesterday yester Y on business businessFoleys 1msinessu 1msinessFoleys businessFoleys
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makes kidneys and bladder right rightFoleys rightFoleys rightFoleys
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equipment equlp ent between St Augustine Au ustlne Jacksonville and New York via Richmond and Wara Waraington W3 WaJngton lit litIn
ington In ton Vestilmled day coaches between Jacksonville Ja k < onvllte and Washington Tniin31 Train 31 cSr cSrrics CfII c crica i iries
rica Pullman Buffet sleeping curs between J Jacksonville and Tampa and Pullman Bnlp5tr Bnlp5trsleepers Bu t f fslippers it itpoints r rsh
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No o 34 4 carries drawing room Pullman sice sleeper f per ler Jacksonville to Old Point Comfort wi wiHirhmond r rlUebmonil itI Ct
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Jacksonville and Washington and Pullman Sleepers leclelS between he ecn Jacksonville Jack < onvllle and 3m New Yor YorNo YoNo YorNo
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points pointsNos hits and at Archer with Khrly IIrl Bird l Itrsm ch chNos 4 4Nos
Nos NosSteamers 2 and 1 Pullman sleeper between Ne X w Orleans and Jacksonville JacksonvilleSteinwrs t 1 I
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4 422 422pm 22 pin 255 2 2i5atn am Mobile MobileNew Lvl230ut Lvl230utLv Lv 1210 ut 115 115825pm
825 825pm pm 730 7Wam am New NewOrlcuDS Orleans Lv 8OOpm 800 pm H3 H3HTII 3Uni 3UniNORTh
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500 500am am am5Saui lOlOam Webtville WebtvilleCaryyille 717 717pm pm 15 15os 154trr 154trr5Saui
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