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Title: The Florida weekly advocate
Alternate Title: Advocate
Alternate title: Florida semi-weekly advocate
Portion of title: Florida semi weekly advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Texas R. Hodges
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
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Y VOLUME IV. STARKE FLORIDA.SEPTEMBER 15
1898. NUMBER 70.
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TO THE PEOPLE.On Hampton.- .-:.\-"" --' "" ,-- ."' .-", ,"' .,,-.,. -
e"::..iiI'.., :: t:': Oil"t:': eC': ;c;fI!!'fI.4IfI w:; !! .,: ,
THE WI BI HAYNES CO Hampton Sept.- 13-Friendship 'to "
the
21st inst. our leaseon
Councjl I of the Royal Fraternal \Ii.; ,h'" ::'
the ADVOCATE printing out .
Union was organized Vi ; ; ': '

P,. concluded fit will run out and we have I: here']last night, by Deputy Supreme | The Starke Drag g Co. has just received | -
{ Ifw Un .. to discontinue it under Councelor John Whiting
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.: .' :,; '. 5'* the name of POWELL & of '-.7.

.SlanIpedr"sbaM. -TALKS GOODSHOESWe .- I PKEWITT. Our lease was fur members Gainesville.to start It with.has twenty | a fine line of Alfred Wright's I

two months and this issue of -
: Q een life is last. Cyril the two. "ar-old son of I Choice f .
: paper !: our Perfumeries. Come | .-
,I # \\a Aish to thank the. citizens Mr.. and Mrs. Ri W. Cameron \
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4"}" 1 Bee.' tiave I of Starke for their patronage died last Thursday of hemorrhagic $ and see them. ivi .

just rereived and kindness: during the dysentery. He was .l 4

time we have had charge of the was buried on F1'idayalternoon WI :,, N
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... "'" paper and we are sorry that we ;
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cannot continue it longer.Respectfully Elder J. H. Holbrook, of / -- >

Bronson will conduct series
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; i ,,: H re's i ; a large stock POWELL & HEWITT. of meetings here next week, w
: .; assisted by Elder T. H. Blenus '*
Victor Band Beot' anIzed. of Jacksonville.A PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS ;

Where We 'rtl The Victor Cornet Band, whichwas ,ai ..
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E. Jones of this "' ,
has
;.I./ disbanded in May on accountof place i&i .
i. several of the boys the accepted a position with theF. -
joining
Get Together.f Ladies' and Gents'YOU '' Aruy lias been reorganized, new C. & P. Ry. at Jackson-, W coLratelylled.. .

men being substituted in the placesof viu w"
WANT SHOES. I I Ik the that
buys are The
away.
J. G.
:WE'VE GOT SHOES. band will get down to work in Sparkman who has "byeX eriec.ced.: : ;
: been'ill with catarrhal fever, is
i, earnest and will practice twice a w
LATEST STYLES. the
.-* again on streets.
oMBEST VALUES. |FIN|E SHOES made week, Monday and 'ihursday jf DRUGGISTS.
/*; ni ntc. ,Following ti.e naint-s of .Another One On Gopher. { ms .

Buys the Shoe the buys) and the instruments, they Gopntr: Williams, the ilurkey' who ill
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2.0" owaabovcthcBeat l. j, 1 play: Jtf. A. Powell, Solo; B Flat is'Ju jail here charged with rubbery, lii ; .

= for the ice''; Loiiiwi; A. E. \Vaii, First> B Flat" ;: is likely to have new evidence i i i i '- .I
f .A.
brought In him. '
against Mr. Whit-
money..in.. town. Made by TheBrown Claude Alvarez, Second 1! Flat; A.
ingi;from Qaiuesville,was robbed last !
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Shoe Co., the bat G. lo\veiT, Baritone Vaeco _
; Alvarez
JJ j { March, hU house at& that pl-Yee being ;
.. .. ahoc builder J Fust Alto; Cosmo Alvarez, bur,ularized and Hilt morning lit ?$ Our stock of Medicines i
:Second; Alto; Merriweil Friend, \\as talking bouf it at the Starke

: First Tenor; '1'. L.- Wall, Base;; house and aid among other things :
THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY taken wua a pair Jl t i>riutcr'i:> tweezers.! k
: Geo. Moore, Snare Drum and F. 1"". Tyson went into her room And is Fresh and Pure
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1. Prewitt
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",' !brought out a pair that: were taken .....
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from Gopher which Mr. Whiting W"1. "
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A Trial will convince the wearer The Verdict. once recognized. As a valuable \Ai $' -

The vcrtict of the coroners juryin watch, chain an I K. I>'. charm were Bring Your Work to Us.
that" these shoes are the mostduralDle the II. M. Parish murder case among the "article-.: stolen Mr. W. eeturcd Iw- .. ... ;
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permission from Sheriff Denui.irk. .10;,
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was that he came to his death by ..
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to interview the darkey at ihe
., of any on the market.STILL'ON gun shut wounds in the hands Ofa j'[tiil, but'he would no- own up to any- \11I I: ,_. .
I C 'd" party or parties unknown. The thing saying he never left Ocala till : '' STARKE DRUG CO. *::,.

jury was composed of the following after M-Yreb. \I'! *

'THE WI BI H YNEg CO named reached;gentlemen: Monday, and evening the verdictwas : E. New York, Sept IS.-The toto '

I E. Johns, foreman; Cu!. Crosby, lation following of a is letter a literal recieved trans by ',."' '::''-:'S'wI,,,,,.--.", ...,.,.,iiI'iiii' '::''-s.' ", IIQ. ;-i1,:._:_a;;:I;; .":.--II:a '-="

:,. ',....., ..,. Wright Browning, Sebron Brown, the Associated Press from Admiral J.II:
-- ... ----- T. K. Sweat Jr.
and Dan
l Cervera: .

; WAR IB IT.CASH Warren.acted as Justice coroner.loo. A. Gardiner Associated 1898 Portsmouth.To the Press, President N.:II.Mv Sept.of Dear the 11, GRAND CLEARIIO C SAL !


Quietly Wedded.ifr. Sir -To- Iorro\v I sail for

;. Arthur C. Hicks ,and Hiss >painand I wish to say to
'Alma Johns were quietly married the -. AT --
,J! ,' you, as representative of the --
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at the Court House in this city Saturday greatest news association in the

VS. CREDIT. Gco.afternoon A. Gardiner at 4 officiating.The o'clock, Justice ,my United heart States full,of that gratitude I sail with for T. O-. :I:..V :eEZ: 9 .. ''''.ot"

young couple oauie to this the sympathy that has been ..

city from Waldo returning the shown 1110 by the people of

same afternoon. They were accompanied this county. My farewell MAMMOTH DRY GOODS STOBE. ::- .

by Mr. E. B. Johns and then, takes: with it every assurance .... ., h' ,
\ :I:r am still izx the :e5.Jl.g0 : Mrs. Hawk, of Waldo. that the memory of this Good.s 4-re: '- '.. '-

The ADYOCATJS extends congratulations sympathy during the rest of :!:: W-:

'./, to the happy bride and my life. I take advantage of To be sold for the next Thirty Days at t 9
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.. groom. this occasion to subscribe myself I Prices to,suit tho People.
faithful and obc'dient -I ,
your
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with, SCOW. EeJCES: : for: Saw Snake servant, who kissed your ,iCress': : Good.s .

Two of the largest snakes that hand.. I I F.
we have ever seen were exhibited ,1.'iSw' UAI, CERVERA." -Our ,Line of Dress Goods is com Pltv ia ,'.

on the streets yesterday by Frank every detail. I .

O.A Sa: or: 3Proca.-u.oe: and: Wilson, a colored man, who said Almcnas Gets Mnd. ifo; .'.(
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he and several others bad killed MADRID, Sept. 13.There e Ra ro :- '

them on the Kite place near Net was another uproarious sessionof ;: '"
On hand a new and omplet4'Lil1 ofLadies' ..
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River. The snakes were diamond the Senate to-day. .. < '
and Gents' Summer HaU. '. .: .
rattlers and each one measuredover Count Almenas, referring to ., .
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,: Temoi.stratir:: the ..
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.g 'six feet in length and twelve his statement
yesterday, givingthe :I.a: ies :1 ".
inches in circumference.Mr. .
"",' names of the generals who, : !IS.*..
-p,{.' he recently said, ought to have Shirt Waists, Ladies Wrappers and Drees ,'. .
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John Whitingof Gainesville their sashes tied around their Skirts. S ,. :

.(; {great: superiority> : : of the State Deputy for the necks instead of around their <<' -
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Royal Fraternal Union of St. waists, naming Weyler, Blanco ave .. .

.. Louis, Mo.,who has beeu doing and Primo de Rivera, after Without. a doubt, the neateat ]line of Sum "'i' ; ': ,
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such an extensive business for which he also] included < ,
Admir mer :Goods ever brought to Bradford .:,:. :; .'
_. :Forces at"aaa' his in this al Cervera in the 'I>;' r-- #.'
aga .ne' company vicinity, i is category; said County, :'. "*' .
... in Starke for the purpose of that General Linares was also '."",..",h'! a 1- -...:.4'd. ::

.' .r- *- organizing a local council here .r incompetent and ought to be 01-1.:2: : : < :""
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: Old JI'iJrl.e: ::: CEEC: i:t tno.e ?=T_ Dr. VanEldrcn is ,having a arraigned.Weyler] and Thereupon others loudly General pro l Pi Motto-,ices.fe is "Good Goods at Low' ; r l. '".
handsome residence / )
erected on his tested against these charges} '

.-" "'f, place :;in East Starke. The Doctor and General. \V e 'fcr called upon :: ,:

'' :y-' and intends will to move make here Starke as soon his home his Count Alrneiias to name TO SEE IS TO PURCHASE. 4I .a I

...... Gave.. : a, Call as those generals who were accusedof : .,.
house it
A. completed. do .
failing to their duty, and, .. '".
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.: he added, if the accusationswere : .'&t':'. ,
#' '- r 't' Dv1 Thfte VRit... gawk Tnt Life 1..,. true and the culprits could J.JG.
AL 7V1-
: To 4alt tobacco cully and fortrer.b mar not be legally punished the : AREZAi:
;.r : //1 aetlc,full of life, J. y
aerie
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: aa vigor tabs No-To- ,. {
I. va \ "J W.-.HODGE lbt".the.nbde1"'*worter. that rubes wet tr m generals would take tht matter f i ..,'. ,.. ., :, ,.'4':i<
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lorl1 Advocate A'GRITICAL
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- Irving ,Lqcklair! > whose, orange .. The .silk worm; is- : liable' .. toover ,' '. .. ,. <-.:" ..----- ----'-. -., --..-.---'-. '- -.- ', .--- ., .- --,
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in Lee .
grove"is county, : <
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
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-ATSTARhE sold his orange crop the other The German Emperor own .Iwmintn :


'**..- ..Bfc0Ri* .* v Y *., Miry!' *, for 1,'b00.* .' 365. carriages ..for ;the-.use, y of'limself J During.j), .H' the. Battle" '. '. 'of .. .# .

-- "- rt Dr.O. Wright/ is j having and conrt. : Santiago.SICK.OR '

O. POWELL. F. M.PlUiWITT.POWELL .
A. Children.
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S & 'PIE\VI'J: {1.\ .- i built J) at-.;,*Plant City thirteen,-\ cottages ,. There are about 20,000 farmsn ._, "".., ," '""" .:-.. For Infants and -
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: i ten with three and; three the Transvaal, wheat noel .t o- I -
PU1tLIS1IE.IiS
. EDIXOllS with six rooms each. jacco being the.chief eropg.. WELL,__A. RUSH = = l The Kind You Have .. .

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Entered at ihe pototol lce'at Starke, Florida, The advertising committee Bambo still retain their i = -_ i
lOb_ C.I"U... iI.N tuutJtuarer. pens Always BoughtBears .
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h. .Y .- fw the'DeLund: board of trade recently I hold 'in India, where they (have H

.ONE. DOLbArfA. YEAR- .: --held a ntettitigand decided been) i in use for more than 1OUUyears. I The Packers at lie Battle, of f Santiago' del JS\7egelabePrcpsrationfcr!iteToodandRegula-Assimilating f .

:. -. to issue a 20,000; editionof ; : eta l [; utrt: : alt deru! :s. ueir: Heroic tu'jrisin i lir-g the Stoaaclss acdBov.'els of theSignature '

&V Advertising hates.!! an illustrated,, bboklet on t belli g' Aniunnkn ana KdUJiis la lieihtm : .
V -i i The inhabited placein ) t
\ highest baYvU tee say
Our !"-ferU&ng r rates ulii b
coubiaieut. wuu kecpiui! up U buuu j.ewspajter. that. town. ''the world is' the custom. }1 !'. E. Bullrr, of pack-train No.3 ._..____..
lits lite l tue to -
puiix/oc puiwi&uer
lot" HJi.vui < The'cassava factory at 'De- house of Aucomaroca, Peru.It i writing from banlugo Dd.Cuba, TromotesTHgestionCheeTFulness
ib ue.acleuu LLttdC, 't.". b l>1>dpuf.\10 \ t.COntains neithoApcrfectEemedy '
touch u luuporiiOu tit>it.veri.u>iiueat3Insure -La ti.w Laud' has made its lit'st ship. the I "\YtI all had zmdF of
is 16,000 feet above sea.: oiiJu1y23J: say : narkimetal.
liiiil IOU wa l be teeu..!.\11t:...., ua.d uuuo Opnu .'Morphine .
buried ucLlLrl"LLLas.ut uVUctX loIioLtow. ment-of. ., starcti. As soon as the( in diarrlu-oa in more or 1 ?violent N.ARCOTIC. 1 1rgre s.
The carrier pigeon was use
1>d'uvpa- present crop of cassava begins1 I 1 form, and \\ hen AO luiuled we had T.... '. \
of the
by the state department
;., --..--- to be harvested the factory will no lime to seu a 4<->ctor, fur it was > rOlkSs.
Ottoman Empire, as early as the -
of rnsh and rush day and 1<
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Gazette-News and the Commonweal 'start on full time., u. case
... ., up foiir-leeiith AIx.JmnaR -
Cen tun".. nifiht to keep the troops !supplied t.t S.ta-
oi 1Ja tuna have c0l1&u1 ; 4ltTprmtne !
} : The largest peach orchard in I ,tImn s..d Th'
with amuuitiou and rations, but .
*f It takes 37 specially 1 constructed Cmdorr rkJ.l.- _
% Florida is located between DeV 6i "
do... : and equipped' :steamerslo I thank's t > GhiunbHrhuu'ti Colic, flaixrad- .--' .

This is a popular isoug, inMuchid Land and Glenwood. It contains 1[ keep the submarine cables of I :attl, ] UiarihoeaKti lpedt') we were (pif' """ fislrr: s K.In d _, ttL., ..,...
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: "lhe :Ship: That' 42 acres, was set out less 1 the world in re r lair.} '. able to J het p at work and keep our for Constipation .

Never Returned." than two years ago, and is owned health ; m tact I cel1c ,rely. believe Sour Storach.Diarrhoea: -

:IP by A. C. Haynes( and Co.- It is said 9 that. in some of the that, ut one CrItical time this::! .medicine I ti .Convulsions-Jeverish-SLEEP. You rtaveought.
** and Loss OF
TheGainvesilie tiUu s without farming districts of.. China pigs was' the judirect savior oi ness .
i M Florida: parents should carefully
a doubt the best daily paper: :ire harnessed to small wagonsiiud I our army; fur if the packers had TacSltiule. nature of.
consider the advantages
published outside" of Jackson ': ] made to draw them. been !nimble to work there would Always r
offered by the higher institution's KEW YOI f.y .
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#aye begin; nu way getting supplies
ville. e. 'T of
constituents
One of the ,
in this state -
of learning 1 t
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,,,, to the troit. ThtTu\\nrn no ,
i Tho- rush to Cuba is not such a before sending: > their children to the best qualities of varnish is I roads that a wagon! train, could > rZlAtT

all. tho retO out of.state colleges.-Floridian. LI resin:;; known as ktruii, which and hUll CASTO RIA
bii;:tiling. after Upon Udt:. 31y; comrade: myself

urnof' the :Maficptte'ilis learuud It is reported at Port Tampa: is only 1 1 found iu Ke\v Zealalund.A the gouji toitune to Jay in'* supply c ww VSAPFEb.

that she only canied i)4) personson cleric jury ill Mexico cont. >ibt& of oi this:! meUiuinu lor uur pack- ter c.,raua e.M Anr. MCWTOMK that Robert Diamond ,....,....,....,. p- A .S.i..4.EJ" -; ," !"
the first while! lu\vubt 1 t before leit .Tampa, and 1
trip, ne\vs- for: Robert i(fug gP, has, come up' !9 men. A majority majtea a train we

", estimate was: ," :'.UU. When the exact missing, and $4,000 of Alttge'sfends. \iidicr. If the nine men aie know in four cases it absoiutiys ?

r list for her la&t ,..\ life." ;
; trip
passenger : Diamond had full' unanimous there is no appeal. s
; known The above lette was written ttho 0, d

it Jligl1l-l'CIJ01'tcd will probably I at'nut 1 forty-Is be more,. .than 1 charge of the businiss at Port The list of iostoificts/ in. the m manufacturers of fins medicine :QA :IS <:._CO. _" [

half that number..* Tampa. United States now includes the Chamberlain JJedicim{ ,

-..1In The Rev. J. T. lewton has Hobson, Ya., Sigsbee, Ark., Utt", pesluiuSJ Iowa", Fur salt: rl ,* f lIlf 1ilJ AJ Lt'l. T* W '

article headed. The N. C., _FIa., J!! efW i r@ $ w %
an ; resigned his position as Vl'efliding Dewey, Sampson, by J. L. .Ga:5l. : :itJs. J '.

First Florida % in Town," the K '. : .
> : elder of the Eustis!:) Distract and Manila, ) .

Atlanta Joumal says : 'The .A. .r. oa.t.A.: ; FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT.'
15th ANB
: to take, effect the A ton of Atlantic. water yfelds} I Bears tH Kind YcUjaUjjte} BCBgh' .. ..

boys' took in Iflie town gazing inst. lIe >\'111 go to Virginia; on I after ev.tp 1 ;nttio, 81 pounds o[ Signature oA. #: :

in amazement at Atlanta's! high a visit to his son,Edward- ., who salt; ;" of the Pacific, 79 ; of the of Ban; Building, ... St ,rkeJ Fla.NATIONAL ,. 1OSE \

Luii ingsiTli't! ; Journal seems business builder 80 of __ '. '
is doing : as a Arctic and Antarctic, ;. tIOIID'Z'""' 4'W ,

to forget that labrida ca'n i boast in Roanoke. __ the Dead ?q. .187Lcngwo0l1 -. SSIOSAL DIKECTOR\ :;I : V q fJ:'
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-of a few high :'juuildings, too. *"* lt. q
'Brevard count 's death rate ':'Bopaparte'shouse .
Journal's .
If the man were tu
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visit hi was certainly noC very large for. at St. Helena, is i now a SCOTT M D., BitI\ERY.:
ti Jacksonville or Tampa : A. ,
for August-one of the[ hottest barn the room Jw. died in is iZ"
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opinion would undergo a change FHYSiCIAU AND ,a ----DEALER Iv : ,
mouths in the year. Tlje stable on the site of his ... ,=; "
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for, the better. STAIIKi ,
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three one from GAKES] AND' CON ECTIONEKIES.THE
deaths y/cre \ grave is a machine for shelling PIES, > .
at Gaskia'h: Dru. There. is not a member. on the snake bite'one from cerebral corn. --- "' _
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third from ,. '. ..... .... ,, ....... ...........
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staff of either of the Starke 1 papers abscess and 'aud n EUGG, ;- P.(11IIII." II!' "" .r.,1I1'.tJI!' f tI1' ...-.. _t .,... ,
It is said that striking out- : '-a r'! ""' ........0--_..,..::><."_"" .-.,._....._--.oC. <.'.. :}:e.; r ._-.rdv- .-"." At..>,.-.rr-r,e\. .
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that can svelte a line of causes unknown} at Law 4
Attorney and '
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line of the features of George- Cpinsellor
'thitirr" oil d local l 'm C. ROGERS CO. J
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aIi bey TheDemocraticcongressionalcommittee Washington has appeared, in a ST.\RKE1 FLA.Xm ,. l
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Lake: Butler, Bulletin*. 'n '. '" of the "Second.i Flqr-. nutty protuberance a.tft'd'. c at.KebUeaoe nil Cheery Street. I!! k.. IMPORTERS AND WH9I-ESALE GROCERS 0 t l//

The Slarke' :) al1erS =know I ids" 4 district met at'the 1 'indsorhotel in Port land, -Me. It i is not a. :.. f' J .".....A.C-303 TV'Z/ZI :. T. A ,""'

what the people Want. Thqre-' at Jacksonville last weekand' cherry tree. .either. E: .L. STEW ART. M. 1)., ill 3 Provisions,. Grain, Hay, Flour.. : ,. Grits, Meal, Etc.. $ -'

fore they keep: the coluthns tof formally! organized by electing EYE EAR HOSE PhD THROAT i. 1
= Mrs. B. A. Corthell! of :Mil] SOLE\\GpNTS YOU Our business! confinpjl to the jAj
their papers full, o,' nevvsy-l9 cal Icon. E.. S. Crill of Pafatklrcliitirman .r : / trade
.: vSTAIlKE, FLA.OdceafStarkaDrujcCo. 't' Fairtank Canning Co. Lion Brand onyOr ers from conrinmera .
happenings insf&id t iof-writijpg{ ,' ; and J. D.- Gal- biidge; Me., has made:!} patc.htt'ork '; ."; ? ueithor. solicited: '. nor deMf

columns upon columns of abuse' quilt the centen:.Iicceof; /f n Canned> ; Meats. *JFB la of Lake City secretary
which the people care nothing way which i is a, bit of blue bunting -

for." This kind of Journalismdoes :: The work of the campaign was from a signal 'fl,ig saved* from ...... ;.: THK. -'" I Dotations Jiadejroinpjiy! On Application.

more harm than good. also discussed. ...,. .__ .r.r.r.r.r.r.,. ,.-."'" .,.,
the battleship Maine. .jiiI'''''. 'jiiI'-_:d'#iiI'-I', ".,+../.d-.tiI'.-tE:,....e:.-......,.-\" .-""" .-r.-.r..-.......q..-"'-. .-

An exchange says : "An edi- Han, : II.' .)Evans, 'an. old and' t, E\Y\ YORK WORLI .. -. .._.. ., -- .
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fespctalile citizen of Bonifay, o.You-wRiTR1
1 Jleantj- la Blood Deep. /
tor writes according to tvhat-Ileeatsand .

+ rin l it he eats died on Monday last.'. He, wasa auty Clean without,blood it.means Cascarets a clean,Candy ekin.Cathartl Nob TRRIOE-A-WE.EK EDITION( .
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.. .. ,' staunch Deniocrat'and "took i: ckan your blood and keep it clean, by JF ; ._ .
of clams, potaCy> |a.6J,4indhard < .t* !st rring.v lazy liter and driving all impi .. ,.
.. .. _. Jo. :foi.::active parMn county affairs.He '. rities from the body. Uegin to dIt y tc .
boiled eggs for slipper 1 1 he M Wish pimples, boils, Llc. phes, blackbeacs. ; 18 Pages a Week ...
eras at the time of his death ar I complexion by taking . av... pti' .
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is more than likely to pitch) on Ot xcttts-beilut! y for ten cents. All I! drug- ; -
agent for the Lmisville :and(J ;i L i, '3 tisfaction guaranteed. lOc,25c,50c- .Ii T. 150; Papers a Year "
the city council and do up themayor : .F
Nashville Railroad; at Bonifay '
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the next day in his ed"torial :- :; ._ .

and. served. as-postmaster; there- .The. republican 1 party:,; met. FORQNEDOLLAI 1 '. m. .
columns. If however his -
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during Cleveland's administra in convention at rclditFri- .
supper consists of milk and Published every Alternate Day except SUD& < r
to' nominate a c only tickef. 1 ,.
tion. -" day! '
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honey pancakes: the council .* If I
'l The attendance not f
The Thrice-a-)Yeeh] Editic .
is a body of learned< men striving :- C. E. .Johnson, of Qnincy, i
with : 1 large, ,arid !it was decided to. of THE Ni\\r YORK ti 'or.Ln'first i ., ...
day and night to build ifp, lets been experimenting I
the nomination until among all "weekly" pn; "
1 postpone I
and the and the German millet with- satisfactory '" .
town "
improve + very "' '
of
Sept. 15. Executive campaigncommittees { ei-s !in size, frequency publication
mayor is a 's 'co11d Gladstone results. This year he and the freshnes 1'a r

with a heart as big as a' beer" bought seed at considerable; ) were selected, also accuracy; md; variety of i it lll. .. .SilAgent, / for liraclforcl and SUBrounding :
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lcPg." .. six ".i central committee of ten It has all the meri I Ie
cpnte.nts. Counties
; penseand: planted acres: for this Celcbrate -, .
From thecrop planted,he housed members that could. ( be called ''of a great $6 daily at:the. in'ic .
There is '
something woefully is together at Ehort notice.' Theacfministration Ii of a dollar weekly.. Its polit! t- ..nl\& Typewriter.Can't ..
which hn
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aboutthe 45 tons experiencing -
First Florida -
wrong of PresidentMcKinlei' ctil news is prompt, completE:.
Regiment something that little difficulty in selling' ". .uccumte and ampartial as all it I Sell You One ? T. R. HODGES
was inddrsecT.Bcats .
$18 .ton. Besides. the readers will testify. It j i .. ..4 '..
should be remedied if the.boys. at per __ : :; SUB-AGENT.
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are to remain_ i in the 1 serviceEvery millet, l Mr. Johnson calculates against. the .monopolies. .and Ie If _. ...
the KlondikeMr. / the people. Y
private we meet in this to raise a tine crap of hay rr rrrr, rarrr, '
A.: C.: 'lhOU'ItiA, of Marysvilie It prints the news of all 111 I.' m' < ""'f
regiment has a. kick coming J t L SJE3LUP fSiir sri
y His Picture.Following ,: Tex., has fotiud a hioi Tvali- wor"ld, hating .special corr ,- .. .

about bad treatment from the is splendid) fra;, able'.d1dC06t r.r tba.UJHl Yt1t' b'!ell ">1 po"ndence from..:'tlf: impornnIK ) It ,. e f2v, ?*. f S observer
kiuudik For' ., W l'3UuliSt sight in the world. "A nobler f
higher officers, and if these uindn in'thf: 1rars.'tie ) WH: points" the globe. ][ : s;
Ined'-likentss. of General Canio--. utrred unloldragts ttgmy fr.a; ;i;\\.i-.i5umpi ; : : ; a, 22? 9fjW: "PB*a JPd to him. > .
someone* lu'illiant illustration tst father and ?
\Jacks; are jusifiable has; J :; y son wiAking\ arm-in-
ria who with 5OT)0, Spanish ,< OI1. :1C lU1p .,, arm IS th ptrt f es.ly comrades.H Utaite < .
should removed froth power.Several regulars defeltec1'a detatchment ; anal was nUsu'tiMy! c'uh..r stories, >> by 'gieat:authors. ; ;a cap I' a -t. both tX:di'eist4 ig rbod the ll ann fl

members 'of this regiment 'by Dr: Kitig's IS'HVV; Djscovtiry' f IJr t:,il."ii ttlUrpafe, complete J r L o, J lbe" tiittpiiE'iI intmifi Many> roerf of
of 100 Americans neaiEl. : c taste J( over 7JOOO.American cities .
have been in town, and CfhsuuiptHin.1 C-'unhs. ami. QjltisLJledr 5ket:?,,#Kfnitnu for file letters::;, tpft3adw0etSltsa! : QOTeitoastrom .
.. Cane..v.., in f'n hi. ; IaT'a: that gl'l is of! : }littf"ulul ...
while they would not talfeftot. : i iT, in _with lift* .hold a&U out."ns: work ar! i -- .. M I. IBORIi & COt ..
i( < *" r'I' \ 4 company M .
..,_. us for fear of publication;' .weoverheard j ;.;.. 'iniirvnloU\: .* ciirf; would. | .,. ftyjg.... Jit,' _J';t:,.1 l 'r: 'jJ'- clt"1rn11' nttna ;. t .., Th 9 at iChkao., 'DterctlautTafl, Oty. ,

a conversation with: A pvea if j "*.,>,t 1 *co St* a ittf{rfti }, iiarr** ->,"X tabtltjh '!:\ ltf l: }nM t'(. ;. ? ,. SOIIat Dressed a ;.lhen are equaUy: atire to be '. -

which:- told i 1" C I t. Asthma,. f i3rofi-Hu! 1 -a..'%tI:i:1 t&T r. I. riot 1'CJGb.: xo' l'iO.I'.eiorbitaat'WOI'Jr.r ltiv.mi'J6ts.' No IDle- .... -'
some one else of alfitbV'iat 1 an'i l-nvf jalteeiiofc .."r.- VVuil -r HTinv i1 +,1rt1ttt'tti MUaf&cUoQ. -' Deices. :tio dia.. s' '"
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-::: .. OF .SLOW ?AY RSP feeing Things nt NI-hL :I 'RAILROADS.. '. .

"We 'are used crabs as' .1qrg ,
to # CANDYCATHARTIC
Cir Collector and
'Tbty Accountants: .a

Keascn: Tor'EiUtcuce. as small, plates, but would open CENTRAL J PENINSULAR t R. R.Flwida

Tho conversation bad fumed-on? .

Dills,' . .<,*.:*-. Ha* ,,; .piir.eyesjvitU( amazement and

".p,pay as you go is all very,wefl' .prebaps alarm} if we:should snd- I '&w / 'anil Northern Air Line and.EtorMa Trunk Itei

jn'tbccjy, bm it-won't work put iu deay[ come cross :a crab: asI .
practice," Observed EoItoD.I I I TIME: TABLE IX EFFECT JULY 1833. ..
large as the 'bottom of a war- j .
"It's like thetlacory of money .

faving. According\6; theosy.! ; every. shi. iHi"'et| this is. .what, 'our' solt. CUKE CONSTIPATION yr ;ly :Daily: ) Hy KORTOEHS FOISTS.r Dully 35 f tDu Dally S7 S3

worker ShOuld) ,Jay aside a good por1icn cilery have been amused and'': r== -

of his until he I : ) ;|.::.. sau... ... \ rv jLv... Jacksonville.. ..Ar $ 40H ......
earnings acquiresa frightened' by in Cuba. A col-' : We ) ;...... 8i2a...:: 73UpL.v.. ..... Yuiee.... ...Ar...... -.$4a v 8 Ma. ....
competence *} bSv) 'f:; prAit l' tlkft ,t! ._ iI3) ... Slop Ar-...Feraauduia.. sop 7&oaTSOa .
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.ar.ud trooper gives t the follow- $ fcWy .hvereti. ...,
every wage earner in the Jand should t \ L 4.imt. .... ... .....limnawick* ....Lv.Ar ....*40p ....- ..-...
lo that: How much money would lug interesting account in the .... 11 K'p ....Savatnab .. ..4 7p40p
..12-Hp.... 11Jupiaou ..V.....Saannmh..Ar. .. oi 90u
anybody'have? With a per capita ... ....iairfax-. O..Ly ......3121 53Uu4WH tSlpI34l .
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Boston ; ... .. Ienmark.S.C....**
225a 24m
circulation of abut '$2Q, lie "ordi .. ., ... ... ,. ,.. ....
man with a wife and three "They are the queerest things ''en _:;::S';;' :::"=Sh ;-:G.s6.. .-- 4 93p .... booa424a ...Columbia.S..Aus.TLsUsUa.C... .... KOt.uorp. ....

nary ... ins* Spartanburir. S, CX, ..... .... ....
children could "put-; by $1CO, and yon ever saw. \VJien they 145ptOlu '- .Ashfcvllle. N.C.. ** .. .... .
Wa R. W. DIXON & S ...... ..C&arlolte.N. C..* ... ...... .
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there ho would have lo An it. walk: aroun4: at night : theysound' ...1O4.p.93. ..... 1147!. ..Suliibury. N. O... ". .....*4; ...... 8 17. '
"Don't you kaojv universal''pel. 1U4. .... .lOp ireeasboro. N. C.. .....72d .... 705 (
: like a man, and when a GENERAL COidMISSION 11 MpttJj....... ..Danville.Vu.. .. .... 5 ; ..._.
Icy of caving! would snakujiard times ....... ....RCt1UiOd. V.. ..... ..:io. :
in It is man, is lying 'wounded I 5$. ..... ..LyncaDarjr. Va.... ** ;.t-4
aril one .
any year a mora obligation ) .. ...... 33.- ....... ;4 p ..Cnarlouevtile.. : .
upon every member of. society toward him it sounds 01 190 and 190! Dunne St., Ne\v .. ...... 6 So i- ...Washington.. .. ...... _
comes lLI l 4a..9. ; '..?..Baltimore.. .. .........IUUI..i. ...34::) ...
p '. to'live according toll. & "me3D If I liten & ....... .Via ....Pntlade.phi a..., ........ : ) ..10!\.". .

,a man doesn't.eat enough; he work: I mule.the tent Why jindcarjy they comerigbtlll .off : Southern Fruits P Vegetables a S3p; ........... 3t .....New Hot-ton.York.......... *' -.............--. -. .- .. ..

hardship tpon-tb1 '.lmtch.cr and
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41 JVc JIttke it SJl't//tJ Stezabi'rie. ( -. I N.>S. 'No. 9 bOCIU ASJ WB3T >ios.i lito.-... -
baker. It be doecn't "'car enough, J big chunks of meat from our m 7'/lI'Olljwllf Entire reul'. Atlanta, & 13 lJuilj FLOHIN AMD NEW. 7&145&13:
J he 1' :I was wounded: and lying I Xtuiuuctillaut Xl'W Yorl Chicago, n -
tailor and tho haberdasher."I 1RJo"CEIrving: ;, ; .755 Lv..Fer.iandlna..Ar.. 020p5151V
I cliii I Toledo Detroit. ... 911a 1.3.. emaha3..Ar. !
figr.reit that the.poorest. citi- 'in: jbe hospital tent., with E Agen&c' (.,Cleveland .LoutsSt. 940p 9*u. Lv ; ::.Ar 70Sa) 505",
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ytIeantI Louis. 10 Sip'10051; Ar..._.Baldwin :dLv 6%Va 4 lip .
sen:: that we havocs thewraan who my leg fixed up, when I hearda t/) 'VT= .:t't'J: ;;: : "'OI. STCI S'J.A.: :: -- ..-...- II 4S1:1l" ':' ha..Starke.-' H811 3 lOp

has reduced his wants to the lowest L.v....J acksunvie..Ar. U:W. Il...4J 12: -., :,U3oftt600v ....... Waldo.IIUu.. 2 Op ,
L.... bciatehing and clawing in : .r..tverett.. .Lv. 73Ua 6 4.pj lilOp: "...Gainesville. .." ttf lOa II Wp
esiti sand who tucks the --- --- ----- ......Ma.on... .. 2 Ith. 3UaI. _., .
J i away' .. :: .. !! 7 p *. ..CedarKey ..." .. 7'Op
the dark and a big thing ; 1. .......UaaLa.. .. (15.l .'V.. lluaI27p: "...Hawthorne...4* 32.1a 1M.
biggcfct paitof his talary: into a savings ...v..Atmanta..Ai I t.'O) .- .. 1183 1253p ". ..... Cltra......- 5443147a 1311>>
bank. eravvled I could riot move C. M SP ARI MAN \. .. .chattantMVu.; .. L\ < 30jJ3ol ...... ...... I3.lp "..Silver Springs..*; ....... .
up. .. .' ... .. .. ...-
,. ; ...CillOiUQ-ili.. .... ...... 150p245p : Ocala. 1Wp:
"To an extent thVcKsh.'customer ".... .
-- lOa .WlWwtmd.- 123UUlOUOp 11Z
and made that :
is much to blame. up my mind *n- -DEALERS IN-*-<:*f Sleep ASIiEV1LL1iOUTE.betw.e0JaCk.onvffle, CIa.ft 31al 3 : ..... Leet.b\1r .... IO 4b
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after escaping the Spaniards I :Eigh Gra Lei.I cian-.iti r uud Chicago. IS It 1a I I, 3 S 4f p .*...........Orlando.Tavare9._.. ... fl1.p: 1024..
"For instance: I'm dunned occasionally 13p 705pil24p: 9 W&
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collector. IB that "was to be carried off and : .. SaVdunuli... ....Ar & lOam :.'t3.p. 5.37p ... Winter Park l135a
by a : going : .." .
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anything "r' 332p Catherine..Lacoochee. 10 Ka
: Rye "'hi-t.t')'. $2 in$3; j per gallon. Corn Whiskey! | .... -- -.CouuaibU:; .... Lv 1: 47amSOOpui I) ism 3P: .-.... ..." .10,7p 10 10.V
reprehensible? Weil 1 should be) chewed up alive. It crawled I RUIP, i2:: (10 ?2.50 per :gallon. ppl- Brandy, r2.50 ro $ I : ......... Spau.1lltJurg.Lv.._. atl'pm 5-10a 4 Op .'.. ..Dade City...." 10 Hp: S:534
.. ..Ileuder mvlile Lv 4148a & "... ." .
, f.f.j not. Right next'door tome is . ...... ... 01p .PIanLCnj. .913p8tOp 856*
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illou VIdLCVliett Whlskt' Af.bvIUe L.Hot
, right over me and a doctor Rraiv'y, 2.50toS3 per g- ; ; \ 2Ipm. 740a' 55 1 p "......Tampa.- 809
& collector for bi i company, with ....... Springs.........L.ICnoiville \ '46am
g Prompt attention paid to all order .... :... .... .. ....L.Lexington \ d4uaniiU4upm
,; jv pleasant little'wife and two fine came :along just:; in time. lie ... ."......L.Cincinnati \ .
.::::.... .. .. ONLY THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPER
.children. L\ 8 00pm)
\ Suppose everybody began: sai> !, niced like, 'Do you needhny' JUG TRADE A .... .....Ciacinnuti. .. ...Ar Wpm
to hia dobts without. dunningtThat ...... .. .
pay. ; ; .lbicago..Lv: 9Iaw BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND
thing? and I said .Yes
Big Four _
man would be out of before C. M.\ SPARKMAN&CO.
a job -
. .....Cincinnati.... ...Ar 035pm
night. If I Ehould, ,jpv.e that. :sir ; ,1.do need something. Iwuut. rI ... ....Chicago....... .. Lv H30a01 ..wE-OprnANs

_ corporation any thing.ainVfehpuIJ) go six foot board fence j Mom Route _ _ _ _ _
: n I .,.. .....Cincmnati: ...... ..Ar wpm Nu. No. 2 WthTKKN DIVISION No..I .
-voluntarily pay it r.t the coupany's Official Dir cto1-ics. n! cldcn's \ .. ...... 0..Lv1000am Dally Dully MD NEW UHLEAN3." Dally640p: ., ,, ;
built 4AroiHid me to keep the ___
ofGce:I'd feels if I was taking -. .-- Pennsylvania.. --
The Best :.IXUlSVlLLll JACKSONVILL.K 51\p\ 04.\a Lv.. Jacksonville. .. .,
bread out 9f that family'ssouths. ; l lobsters away. It seems so :' NoJJN03- iU5Opll4OaAr..LakeCtty.Lv 450p .. ; ,
-. .**-." .. "_ r STA I E.Hnvernor. Cuts Bruises: _ ; ISSSp,1230p .. Live Ouk...." 4lOp ..f.:: "'
queer to have crabs as big as () v..Jacl'-.onvUle ...Ar 94Du) 925k ::::1I1p3Ott "... ..Madlsna..." I p ......
"Then think of the bookkeepcre,3cd : Win. D. Bloxhnm.Swe Ulienm, Fever : Ar.. ....Kervelt ...Li 730n \45p -I4tJ, iOp ""....Slontieello...*.* _O'p' .....
oalloons walking around in jhe etarv hr Sta.ts; J. L. O'nwford.Coini ; .. -.... .....Macon .. .. 210r 8ia: d tJ.L: 3 4I p "..TaiUhav.ee. ...*. 1 IQp .....
accountanfs.who'cre! ; dependentupon I troU. rV.. 'I'. Il-ynolds ped Hands, ; ;., ..... ......Atlanta' ......... I II i.''I t 5201- 825..1 4 4t' '"" _..Qtilncy. ,.. I 12..3p ......
husl1es. I ....... .... ..... 1f4lla 5p ".flyer Junction.** 11450610a......-
thcdbtorfor living. If ca&Ji : Ir a-urer. J. 15. Win fi.-ltl. Ch..ttauooi.a. 730 ...... "....Pensacola..Mobile ..-.." ......
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all Skin !! .. .... .. Le.xuiKtoiLouiiiViUe .. .... ... .
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.was paid on tht5f\na51\ always, how AHtlrnl..y-( eIH'I'al Win Lunar.r ; '........ : .... 14" ......... !t')a .... ...... 1220a: .. '.'
of l ]fcnvo (j.tIIiioIIer) > Agriculture, L. I I.t B. ;ure3 Piles, or :::::: :: ,....:.:.tit: Louis. ......: i)1.1. ..::..... ..... 740u. "...New Orleans.*" 745pSLEKTIAG ...... .
many thcrnwQtjh unything $100 REWARD $ 100.
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to do? 't : I is. guaranteed =! :
1'he readers of this will be :-ufl:; '-jlltellllt.'nt of Public Insirueifl CAn SEUVIC ;
ii'"J nyllow it Jocsn't pny'to give paper i \\'. N. Siieuts.HuritKMK: : isfn"tinn or

up cahh:: too easy. .A tailor doosnt pleased: to learn that then is'atiuast ConiT. I 25. cent per o 35: and via 35 AshevUle.:Fast :Mail. Sleepers between. .. New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincin

. take half the interest in pressing a one drea'd disease;! that science Chief .J;liS:ice, 11. F. Tayl-.p.! and :3d carry through Sleepers: between Jacksonville and New York in connection .
: Justices, Milion II j\I..bray, F.' BCarter. For sale at : 13 and 7 and U with Pullman Sleepers between Jckonville and Tampa. .
1 fcuit that has been paid for that he has beeu able to cure in all J d carries through Sleeper between JUck-.onviilc and Chattanooga. Same returns. by
.does in which be has SnfP[ : Jaok.ioaviile.
prcsfeing one a Us stages and that is ..Catanh.Unli's CO I"::N TV. connections! at Cincinnati St. Louis and Kansas City for all points West and South.
half interest in. It isn't; natural that -- 1 and a carry the Jack'>\Jnnl1e-New: Orleaas bleeper. -
Catarrh: Cure is the only State Senator, A Crosby.Itepre except Sunday. *Uaily except Saturday and bunday.: This train doe not run
.he: chould. .:' '*"*- : .. .-eiuatives!, L. D. \* a1! and E. J. F; P. $Sun ny and Monday only. fCunaectiomt Tampa for St. Petersburg.. M nale.-r"
\Tho gets thclittle present t from [positive!: cure now known to the P. ard. ; Key West and Havana steamer.* Steamer "Manatee*. for All points on Maute.-
Starke for LaCro..e. At Waldo steamer for Melrose. ConntuU at.Tallahave i
the UICCCT N>hen-he pr.ys up a' bill medical fraternit} Catarrh being Tax Collector J. C. Byrd L Gtq.1.Iaa.:0 St. Marks, and ApalacbacoU. Connects at lUver Junction for Chattat>oocb t
: Tax A..scsorV.. J. pperou. '-.. Connects at Feruaadina for Cumberland' Route Steamer to the Islur.fU
Kot the cnsh'cust ci'"not on your 'aj constitutional disease, re- Treasur. E. S; :\1 aU liew FANCY ." Ick. ,
will be checked from Union Tickets will btUl be sold at tbe ticket
city
; hid! Its the fellow \\"hontho i' t : 'KU; e Depot
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W. T.
Clerk of Circuit Conn: Col.
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quires a constitutional: treatment.: W. Day Street. a.t well as at the Union Depot ticket omee.
J _. grocer lies wafted on fcntil he'a We.-k*. CAMIMIK LL Passenger Agent. J. E. MARSHALL,.
I .
! tickled to death'to get his money. Hall's catarrh Cure is taken inter- Sh i iff, S. B. Denmark. Agent:102 West/ Bay St., corner'Hogan, Jacksonville, Fla. '*

"Spend freely 0 .creditbin! a-lv, ucling-directly tha (-.unt\ Surveyor, R. 1 K. Ensey.Suiierinundetit !' : -I A LTE It O., CGI-E\I.\N, General Traveling Ajjp.nt, Jack t nville. ..
% jjnytup upon '
of Public l Iiisiruptlon 1 The Best and A. O. MacDONNELL, Jen.: Pawn." Agent.
when you have to. You'll get 'oluod and mucous surfaces: of the51'.11) F. I). Shell.; '1 -

more for your money and will lose: County Jtnlge, J. R.Richard.: -

i. let* in wrecked banks.. ,. ., .* \ '-) : .\thereby destroying the Ju"tldiuf tie Pence fur Iirict: .
admitted that "umn'dation'of the disease, and! giving No. ((5;, Go A. Oarduir.C -. ; ------
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T, /Seine on:) the.point r @t
I inilv < niiniisj. it uer: .Iu'UwTim-: Sotlth
-' I the patient strength by build-: .
:: of view wan; everything."Everything .111, Dr. E. A. TiMl.i, M. N. lil-intuu, :

:: I should say: EO. f lUg up the constituiion ':undasst J. J. Uro\vs, G. W. CJj' Lt. ------- rnRailway.

:; Why i3 it that tfn-licxefct, peaceable! t 1tJ1.t; : : nature in dung its \\ork A CUT.Mayor : F. 'Ct & P. r fi<:.-_., ,
:. citizen is always clubbed Ly a ..policeman -\
have'so-much faith
it there's half a chance pru"prioto..s s A. I.. von KTU.iierk. : .
1 ; (J, G.iMiiner.Afcitssur KSOIITELY THE SHORTEST IQBTi .'
curative that urge NORTH
for it ? Simply., because: he's the in !:: p:).vers, they !: 1'V.. Sweat.Treasurer .- .

worst enemy of the police; force.' It Joff5r; One Hundred DOllars, for !' E. P. Duman..

jevery nitn; w5. like. him, there.wouldn't any cua6 'that it fails to cure.Send 31'ir jhitl, .J.) I. Brunei.Nitfii DEPARTURES A ) : o'tJGt PULLMAN: DRAWING BOOK CA$$. InnlCl CAH3, ..

: : be any* oiice." : ; Polio .J. N. .10:1- ?. THOEOTJGHFARE COACHES, VEST13ULXD TaJLTO3. ..
: for Jisi of .Testimonials Aldcrinun] F R. Morgan. Edward
[ ,I'
It ie a tunny \,m Id.- -Chicago neeoril. '
: Address ,1<\. J. CHENKY & CO., Midille.oj), J. M. Triiby, X. \\ Jiuuk-. N Q. 1 0. daily I
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C ..,'-- .. ._; tHt anti J. \V. HickCluircli -. point.Nuith and \ NORTH EAST AND WEST. !
p -;--- Toledo: 0. IJircciory. toll"vtHe with : ,
Story of Noleon. Cinqinnati and ah :: [ .
t Sold hv Druircrit; i 75 cts. NO. 14, leave-. ; ,
Captain JIahan. in his "Life ., H. Pr,- h.yh..riall. J. A. Hughes, pastor.Srvices .
utt uazu..d ;;
kelson," tolls the foIloiviiiR ot'l flaIl!!'::! Family Pills are thelest- I every IH, lliui and 5.11u: ru'luiupa> and llterm DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST.V.zilntcn .

., d<.)'. I'rayenneeting every Wednesday c-oaneciin at #
of tbo Fai1or The'fleet letters : Macon. Allaulu .
great evening; at 7 o'clock. Sunday -
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north and and Southwestern Limited
bad just been sent_ off when Nekca1: .. chnri every Sunday niomiug at J H) 'It'rjhl'en"aculu.west. .

and ;Tlall Came From lie Coucls. u'C1u4.k.. :1... Mexico! arid \ And the UnlUd States Past Mcll.\ ....
: 'saw a midshipman: ccmo up NO. 13 leaves : : _ _
:.speak to Lieutenant Fafco, tho signal -j Chicago, 5eIt.) .-A special to Baptist, Rev. G. T. LI>itllcr, i-astor. from all points arid:
4th from NeYm'k: 21 EOIH13 JAOZSONVILLE: TO V1SHIMTOTT.
Services 2ud nuJ Ruud.iV.'
every
officer what J
whoupon hearing the Times-Herald from Winnipeg N Q. 9 leaves 1! : :
'was said, stamped his foot in evilj i j 'i'raycrwieeting every I luir-day.; wen ei coaec4tu. ONLY 27 HOUaS UOI8037ILLB TO SEW 102:', .-
Manitoba Indians jn' :! aL7o'clocSunday -choot every ail ptnaSin; the
:

] The adjtniral caljed'him reaching Dauphin from the far other information Trains rrnnpn'*"!of Latect Imprr Pvttwwi 97- >ta(Cr. and 17.ot.1 Dli.
what t, Rev.I.. .\. Hriulry, \pas- Inj cars through without ch&a.. to VulU(&> BltiMur.
; tfio' matter.
# and asked .vfts north report meeting an Eskimo tor. Services every Sunday, morning N', S. Pennin ton. FbiI51.11bia.Ncw Twk MA O*KM

"Nothing .that need trouble your and evening. P-a'crult'cting A. O. \ ..

lordship," was the reply. You airs who told oLdIe appearance ery Wednesday evening at 7 ..'cI;.( k. :
\ PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BE'TWEEN
:not the man to lose. 'om* temper.for -uiiong them of)f a strange. man :Sunday tvho< every Sunday morning -
ui 9:30( 'cioo JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE. 4
nothing," rejoined $? ',son. 'V'W"Aiat \\. :ho de .tmcled'fl'om. the clouds llotemnn.cle.gyniat. The A. S
He1'1 :R. .
was it!" "Well, 1f:1ou.nitd: :know, Episcopal' ,
.011. the) ::shores of. the Hudson. in ehargeServices: every : ugh 5espn! Caw Daily Jacksonville
lord f will .
5Tou ce
my tell you. "- 4- : lIct l and 4th t Sunday afterno iuu 3 31 Departure
that cczswain?" pointing to one of bay.?; The_ opinion' among the. u'cSock. Sunday school every Suu- Cincinnati via Asheville, Through ths

the most osactinajv".cerp. f ;.tF:<:ij r I wliiteslis: that the man is Andre, lay 'lfJ.ruOll.al2.o'( luch:. NO- 1 dally h LAND OF THE 5KY/' .

'Wo; iaveftSierter hrzirxnboarl 1 : 'Christian, no pastor: a' preeut.Pravenneeling Bii&kicy aud : .
'the.Victoria, ," and the 'message ::(h.ti :Arctic .Explorer. : I l''V. -.mepdayeve'liig connects with' ,",, tTh4 t f'rmtt" ,,n M to ritpi. tl Hct .sM1tla. .r Y'Uft'fttSol. tto.. aPl17..
Junction .
t-chool for : ; :*t of Utiocxuijur 1.1, "4 T or -.a1oaa..
which put me oat Was this: I was I .. at 7 o'clock. Sund.iy I'H t s.. I
Free Tills.your : ev ry Sunday morning, at 9:0. o'a1o HO! 3 Satur ;iys
told that hewaa'c'9 bugeeivhignnd k. 5:3u: j>.m. for .. .' A. suipil: Lends Pasa Agt. til Wed Bay Street. JaoVsonTllla, 71..

.!;etting-of, tap! mail ,bags that j i I 'Jiend address:: to II. E. late fOPP puLflt iatko.,c'\l1l.1t. : 'r GULP. W. A. TIJRK( gf HAut. < liAEDWIC .

be forgot to drbp his; .own letloSf j I ;& Co. Chicago and get a .f Lodges.StarK ; HQ. 5. second .' I a Maufter, 1 On. P... AiL .O.a.Pw A't.
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Bucklen for LaCros.se. IX O, .
.to one ,of them, and. he has Just dis--I I Lodge No. 3-1, K of P. meets points; This train & Wgkg1o1&.Dh0.: Atl&nU.Ga.
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free of D"r. "King'sNew 2
May
: box
it in bit oetet."Hoifet sample KO 2. arrives 1897. ...
.covered 1 I Lile Pills. A trial will COIF every Thursday, 7 p. in.' U\\) 4. .lraiv ,. at -__ ._ __ r "
the signal toJbring .her back: vaelson'e i j I V. E. I DUNCAN, C. C, day mind Sundays
vince (.f the merits. These I II JiO S second: clu. .
instant commmd.'UVbo you :, J. II. DAVI K. of R. nndS.Hrailfrd ;. m. bUy except
.fall in i I pills) uro easy' III action and are .
he not .
knows that action
may -,] M. ( .
No. 42 K. A.
] Lodge A ,
tomorro\vI Tii lq&er shall go"witli :"particularly effective i in the euro njeeting .every TJiurwlay before the, AKTHUE 1EI3S. : . THE POMONA nuRSERIES, I I

*. the*re.3t.It And the b"csscl.vas ;1':of Copt.pation' and Sick H*ad- 3rd Sunday 7 p. in. J ack..m I -.- .. NEW CATOLOOUZFOA1J"..-

\ : brought back for. that ,1: uche. For Malaria and Liver \v. F. M! %Li'n n K*, W... 51. I L'i .. i I
.
lcne.. .,. '. : '. t/oubl they have been proved i invaluaSlfc. \,:. N,!. M K A c u*M. Sec.To GAINESVILLE & WILL BE HEADY TO MAIL CT OaOBEK.
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,1' ; :. I They are guaranteed to j I -' --- ;
t
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How LIona huut Care Con : be perfectly fre e from every de- Take Cvscarets Candy Cslt ':lTtIe. lOc or SSc, 'j j Iu effect Mil<<: -Will yoa t>lo..i"4 me a copy ol your .
Lions often; .seek prey in'family i ljteriuu' substaucf- and to be IIGCC: ,full to cure druaris's rtfund money o. 1. 1'... 3. I. lRble Marserjr Ca alofltM. X k4 a copy but t I. .
be .tL'y e. aily. JHreoe ,ou r4 it. I 4 .s y tatnntiaC'
parties, cach"party frequently ng "i.y.iyvg-ta LI le. They .do' not Sunday. 11tJ.p ia it tUt 1.. ..wf h t. Mwil-.ata ,
; irA
1. ." .
hinsseiiIncapacitated i
feb be 4
led by a lion old asto LV.' Lv. >>
but am. pm. '
'inkv n' tjinir :netrun, by. tvr"onit View. Catat. ..at Natala all tilt
: i ( *f roni lakipg activauxrt \ Tafc'njf a 120 3iw t... .. Oar. 1891
bowelsinvitCMfatti" .... good futllr"of&be xS2.1ss'u.iidt's' '
ray
._:Ivizg! tone to stitnfachand; How take \vrougView of life, ( .. .... .
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,insthe hunt. 'It jsr hia busjnessjto j many fsJ35 3 ..< : ; Dew one* FaHyn Id. tb many *e
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thMrstViu; ...
H'art\ thi i! : !: V 3'Ot. .R > tocr- iiic Tievm. W. a fall lc ofirnfc
goTto llib wiudjvfcntpf'thp group ; 8.,1 l ;- (I 3 t.. ::: tufl.aOrmaaiuaef..1 Tis' adapted
:u nr1 izn 23: ::. 'jv-rb* x. "; t ... ..
whiitjfi: : o (tcEI 1 tQJ.t1tnck. : ; ,OJ &..5 t.. 10 a-Ulena ptaeu. caI Prec. A44r pf i inTnas : ,.' I../(;.:8k 111-. L1rtgzit.) i. OJ ,3aOt... !
As soon 5s they getthQsccxaiic.yruiu 4 10 355 ....- -4'Most Preftf.... TIlE GRIFING DOS. CO.. J I
: ::t fted, down*tho ": ... ,. .- 15 4i-. t.... I .. Pach (or $.stbc,. P1.tIu. JTOAUISB. *ACCT TTTT,.
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iT. a;; t __ ._. ," .___
p p _-_ -_S _pS_ e..e S S e p T t p s p SS p "
to mast'5SY: victims'! tq< 4:0 110 t... -
wind1.ouly 415 .... \
1hctfro 1n1 1tcrsS6 : J.tj: l;;., ...CP\S'TOR: IA 3> 4 f ..' s PRINTING--'! .
:r. 4.i: t. WE HAVE NO AGENTS
'. CJulden. 42W.. :;:. ... .
Why tho Busy 9t -Voa.t r Jt. {I. .: rcjr. ljuaats. aad '.47W 4 "._-.. :! : ..... CITMJ oar tottory **. .
'r ,*-!--*'- prlou. -Jlp &flr
''I why p.bj w people over : ... ,4Lt .. it to/THE ADVOCATE office tM br a--.aUIJD
wonder rh3 Kind! Y0u Haw Always Bought succeed in-keeping n diary!". : I I ._.; .... ... *& *totb w&.I 100 V u tyb* frr
DO IT- f/
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""Well, you sep, the only ones who;;.,: !.'... 1\--S. ': 110, /. .. : ":' .re1ep'aph WANT IT. .> awe,.. 6eI1d 4CI.
t3t ; ..
II- : e.tiwe'h'nvcn't aaJ14ngqS .( I1gf>J"t r'n.'i. q l&italQCu.
e'Td i 5 .t1.< I. .V -. J. i' YOUWANTfT. ; y14'rc'izv' -..*.- OKEUCV w"t > .

'write about. '*- CiiK.go. /(.; r.cl11. j1 L-,.,";",.., : ,..4._i I.;_ +.".... ...,'. ..: ,:,:. u. I J II LOSG.. -...1Jatf.- .. ..&....IUUAS........h an.ce._._'" _

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i ANINGS. PERSONAL NOTES.. Mr. D. J. MfLcod visited West.
'l NBWSY LOCAL TO VOTE FOR BONDS. Bradford last week. DOUGLASS & McLEOD
k S \
Put to Flight. ,
-- :- Au Election is Called for That ThIs '.hero of the conflict waa a mm of plot :.IIunL. D. Wall of this city, Is visiting

... r.ATHEREDIN CITY AND NEIGH, Purpose on October 18, 1898. I. tore.... relatives iu ,Mel l rose. I'he: : Zeadis .g -
! ., IXeU face a battleship with frowntoff gun*and .
Council
tL Proceedings.STARKE
: BORHOOD.iTEHStfEESOHAL '
; .' """ never care;' O' Lieutenant A. V. Long returned
J .----- FLA.', He 1 quietly commanded and tea ln tantly home Monday from Hutitsvllle.Ala._ CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE

,PERTINENT PECULIAR ... Dth 1898. obeyed. He reports the boys all in goodhealthand .
, Sept. .
And when: the foremaa saw him they were '
Council 'met in regular session utterly dismayed.itIs t spirits. ;

This weather is delightful. ,Mr.Trnby Chairman. Oth- nerves would khoir no tremor in a shower Mbs Julia Tydinga, who han been' Our Trade is increasing -every, meek
of hot and*hell. Veiling ur. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart .

Hoclges sells goods cheap. Try. ers present : Messrs. Hack lt, :i He kept long bin and seil-poaefelon'w.U as h. strut. gled in this city, I left for her home at Anihony ., That is encouraging, you bet! -
;
him. Hicks :Middleton and :Saturday.Jlrs. .
Morgan
la all bin life it never. once occurred.to him to

.'.t Cotton is.*'Amin in at a rapid Minutes of the last regular and run Ik\. I.. B. Epperson: 1 left Tuesday We sell strictly for Cash and the Peoplelike
Until they'd signed a irotocol and said that
'
,. \.,. ..rate, adjourned read and approvedas ]' was done.. for tives Virginia for several where weeks tbe111 before visit returning re.R-- it. We arc strictly Up-to-date, and .... --

: t ..... lead. Chairman stated that la bin ,
But quiet office here he scanted
fa Goods and Notions. J.
Dry G.Alvarez. to her home in artow.
,rat the object of the meeting was papers o'er. new consignments daily.
open up
A featfui,. pallor seized him when sharp Mrs. Mutt and son, Charlie, retained -
for the of;; calling an ,' knock suouit the door, .
j r purpose home from Waldo Monday.
Bear m miud that,McMurry telibgroceries. And the nit'.fcenger pu.ueiy banded him-.a Boys, Coihe and see Us.
4 ., election for the voting of lengthy list I They have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.A. .

f f '. -- bonds for water-works and el* Of the fair ones m the hallway who were u. Masters at that place. GEOeGE cSt1 ::LEE

.- Do you eat. Try MeMurry for ectric light purposes.) On motion w"iulIlC to be ku.ed WashiagtOQ Star. Mrs. Griffin, who has beenvisitiug

Groceries.: her; sister, Mh. D. D. Woodward, in. ,
I I of Mr. Middletouand sec-
tnia Lily bur file past few weeksre- '
Mrs. It. 1' Richard returned to -
WILLIAM TYSON-
__ _. ON. 15. Hull is headquarters for onded by Mr. Mor ranrit was or- Waldo Saturday. turuu-u to her home in Upton, Ga., -
I[
'. / stationery. dered 'that an election be called Monday.
I ilr. thus. Eddy, of "'addo'as on
i 5; Latest bt3'1 es of Dress Goods. J.I to vote for bonds of 13,000 forwaterworks our streets Monday.Mr. MifS Ettlo Powell, one of the teachers LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STABLES,
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and also of. mchurt, and an intelligent
G. Alvarez. purposes O. A. Knight baa rwovvralTrout '
I young lady, too, passed through the ... STARKE FLA. ...
$5,000 for electric light purposes ..leis reeeui illicit.Mrs. ,
Our merchants are getting iu' city yesterday en route to Archer

,, their fall !:! :: total amount of bondsto W III. Powell,of Waldo, ia J vi\siiiu = where she will have charge of the -.'-
"" goods.We i be. 18,000 dollars. Such >: relatives:: in ;bv c'Uy. scut/ol d.at'JICWJ. .thenAiouday..- ",-I I Make a Specialty of Conveying TraiellDg Men to Points !In'the Coutif/-M -

;= liandle only tho of bun. '< .
Grtiueevilie
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purest bonds to run for a period of 30 Hhtrill Jamea Weeks,of Clay county -
w drugs. JSiarke l>rag Vo.If. was Iti the city Monday.Mrs. Mrs. Lou Temple and daughter were .
years:: at a rate of iutrest not : SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.

.' We call attention to the large adr' to exceed six per cent per annum .'O. C.llu?baudof Melrose, is in the CitY yesterday. Tne later tins
oeen suit.rug wall an abhCi-ss: ou
of N. 1.$. Hull! ou .tills page.'h.y from date that said election violtiug relatives in the city. .
.. net uevk, winch the doctor inuc.a: ulew FOR-
;. '
't. \\ tlou't some wide-awake man is to be held on the 18th Deputy fherift'TjKm made a busiuets u
; .. trip to Lawiey Mouday.- are piriucu lo n..ie, is rupiul>' roiaiui FIRST-CLASS JOB PRINTING
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,: Etart a canning actors iu blarkcf day of October, 1898. Those
Mr. U.Veelitl ha accepted a p '. >.g Her natural ftCHUU .Ita-
f Kite fly ing is a favorite pasttime.among voting in the affirmative were siliou iu the A \'uCAH. oilice.Mies va.e buu. BKING YOUK '''OHK TO THE i.-KFlCE OF THIS

k talc biuull uojs 01 our, cit.>:. Hackett, Morgan, Hicks and Mrti l$. E. Alvarez returned haute.turuay I
Murla
'VeektlllltUI.'etueij-
Middleiou and Truby, thosein :) uigiH hum 'liosiou. Air. : FLORIDA m WEEKLY ADVOCATE.AWE .
Latest visiting Miss .
styIcs iu Gems'Fall and day Ruby iJruHUiee.Hev. '
the On d.I\'hh.l. 0: u nieuioer ul Company A,
negative were none.
whiter htitb. L/ougiabs/ & .JUcLeoU. J. A. Hughes tilled& hU .
; It.g- Tutu Jut luiy, U. ?:>. A., iuu was iu
motion_ of Mr. Morgan and seconded uiar H>iutmeui i.t Waldo buildup.
White J will treat white. ui | .uc ughelug uruuiiu Suuii.'go uuu Wall -
.. you PRINTCARDS
Mr. HucKett the mil- -
Groceries "out by Squire: .i. II. 31oore and daughter, a>tro |>reseui and \vt.utsneu: uiuauircu-
of bi slit at While'e.Several .
8 lage for town taxes for the of ibcresa, went iu the city yester: uer ol that eity. Mr. Alvarez carne loBoeiou ,. sr. (18
of our merchants have ou the Ulivell wlwre fir statum
year of 1898 was placed at 14 CHECKS Wf.8
day.Mr. the h. spual lor several nays: uutil ,
gone nurtUjto buy. fail and winter mills. The treasurer's reportfor Lee HofTinau. of this city, pent lie rrcoveted &ullicieiuly lo come TICKETS, I I. iSi AMCS,

_ bUU S.. August:: was presented and iuke.thc day Monday tubing on Snii Ji'a homy lie gives itu ju.wresiiiig ucuouui ENVELOPES, If CIRCULARS,

Shoes)! Shoes! Wo ,.are selling 13 pieces of script amounting of fur hattlyhipt: liv i udtireU in BILL HEADS. if STATEMENT,
Mr. John Bennett, La,.tl')"'* poj.u- uuu docs out tit ail iniuU ielliug
them at prices to butt the l>c ple. to C0.99( was found to be NOTE HEADS, lif i I LETTERHEADS,
lur Deputy Sheriff, wus on our streets! about it.
J. (;t. Alvarez. correct, and said :script was Muuuay.Mr. ETC., ETC., ETC.

The young people will give a then cancelled and destroyed.Bills Je-sie Clark, one of Gaines Trunk J. Queen Dead. ,.

I ville's citizens in the* lilKMlNUltA.M, Al.A., ;:'tlt.( 1I.SpecLllFrank .- We Solicit Trial Order. Satisfaction
party ot tue JNe.v Commercial tomorrow amounting to $224.tJ9 prumiueiit \\us a Guaranteed.
( J. (|iu-en, bon-in-
ulgtlt.hecktie3 was presented and after examination city Friday. in-la. 01 the famous frontiersman Jauiul Office in Postoffice Building. Can and See Qj

Mr. A. B. Allen, of Jacksonville. '
: and ShirU. The was approved and l>ooue, used m this: city this afternoon -
:! largestand !
was registered at the New Couiincrclul -
ordered to be drawn for at rrsidencc ol his daughter,
latest assortment I in to'\vn. script Friday .. 2s". F. Ihump o:,. Mr. jueeu

Douglass & MeLeod.In same. Oil. motion of Mr Morgan Mr. Henry Hohley, who has been was !M years:: of agf. Ho was an nti-

a few weeks the people 1 who the clerk;; was instructed to woiixius iu Fvruundiua, returned maio' usaociaie of Daniel llooue, und I Out Dr Town MorohanliWill

correspond with .the John- home buuday.m participated with him in many of thelir.f11.Jb '
have been
spending tLc I ,
/tsummerHorth m events ot laB Hie. lie iCitV\'tt ,
son Law Co. and other electrical Col. J. Shiptuau, one of .Law-
will bu returning home throe daughters:: and a large estate.
t.r" prt mii.eut citizcUH, war iu the
establishments and and
try Mr. tu tu w.,s the fattier of .lnl.
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Du not pass us by but come ill city yesterday.Mr. find it to their interest to call
secure the services of an experienced Alice Urowu, (Queen) who formally

and we will bell,you goods at hand electrician to run the ,v. {.I. Wall ha. accepted a psiiiou ',- resided in b.arK ul..o u near relativeof in and see our stock when in town.

tithe 1 prices.V.! 15. liaynts: Co.Ladies wilt Duuglaee & ilcLeod.the Mr. S. F. UardiiH-r.
present electric light plant. I leading cloihurrf. .
We will surprise you with prices on

Attention-... ';!;., ,! Call and examine There beiug no further busi- Mr. B. 1*. Smith,ourhnudaometui'l \VIiite Republican COI1'CUHon. -

our tine line of uptodateShirt ness the council adjourned subject obliging druggist, visited relatives at Box Paper, Envelopes, Pens and eve-

waists.
A nice rcfrc of Pineapple U.S. of Juc1.80nvillc' Convention is hereby niauu to beheld ,
hiug glass man. ..,..... Mr. Rowland one -
at lh- Court llousr' in Clarke onSit.uioay have something special in the of
ice will make you forget Geo. A. Gardiner. Clerk. prominent bu-iuel58 nienspetisFriday way
iu this ::) :Sept4iH:) l Ib'JS, ut 10 clock
your trouoles. Starke:> Drug: Cu. ci'y. 't>. m. liar he purt>use ot pinciug iu prices on Ink and Envelopes. School,
; Miss Ida Alvarez will leave Sunday Q
Tampa is rejoicing over the fact BLASTS FROM ,EUHTSYILLE. for Hampton where bhe will visit nomination one candidate lor mrin- supplies at lowest Prices.
her of Legislature und to transact
that there will be 5,000 boluicie relatives and frieuds. bUfciuets .
Newsy Notes From Our Regular such other : as may come before -

stationed tnero during the winter. Correstlondcut. Miss Lizzie Sweat, one of Starkt-'s raid tody.All 1 A GOOD $50 1891) / CRESeENTB1CY-

lion. Hubert W.Davis will speak DEAR ADVOCATE: accouip ished young ladies, is visiting White Republicans and all ;
friends i.i Waldo. usher While Voter* 01 Bradford
in this: city Monday, Sept. 2t, at t Themiomeratically speaking the county \\iio \\\isii u participate in OLE NEW $28.00. -' -
Mr. A. M. Ackeimau, book-keej
o'clock 1>. m. Let every one at ., First Florida is not so warm as sAid Convention are cordially invitedto / ,
for the Atlantic Lumber Company,
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tend.The i they were a few weeks ago. The UAH iu the city ..ricJuy.Ir. :tu ud. Musical goods of all kinds orderedon

1ti B. Ilaynos Co. are having cool air that sweeps down from the Darby Gakln left:, yesterday Moot. V.Reupeitlully J. SlnpnxCu., % short notice when not in stock.

a neat and attractive- shelter mountains:! is the cause of the trouble. for Virginia where he will attend the J. F. P, McMurry.W. '

.. built over their large scales back The nights remind one of University of Virginia. f C. !lull.1V. Agency for the Crescent Bicycle.

of their store. mi -wittcr in Florida. We haveto 'Mrs. B. \Yit"ov2klleft! Sundayfor EHery Davis. Have sold 9 wheels this season.
A. I l.. Scott.
use blankets to feel any way liiltimore: where rhe will vitit
D u't buy your Fall suit, of relatives f. r several weeks."' John .\. Hughes.
comfortable ut and the
cloths until examine fine nights, ,. I.. 1 B. ill az. WE/ MENTION A FEW LEADERS IX PRICES:
you our i strong wind makes a fearful racket The many friends of Mr. C. It. 04aru .
U. J) Miner.E.
line of Genta' Furuiohiugs. Duug-i delighted to hear that he is! meeting
; iI I singing through Martiudalc's three W. Driggera.DVQ. Envelopes 3 packs for 10 cts.
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lass & McLcod. with success iu Quiuc ,
wevks-eruN of whiskers. Cole.
FOR Mr., J. E. Futch and wife, of LaCrosse A l. VouKirn. Irish Linen box 100 Envelopesand
KENT.-Two and a half The boys from Starke came in paper,
will! leave ou the 14th iust..for Anil others. '
acres of fine Strawberry land with yesterday and were welcomed back New York via the Clyde Line. many 120 sheets paper 50 cts. .

in a half mile from Starke.) and were for Nenrer. <
: Apply again : kept: busy several Coming
r Mr. N.; J. Junes left Tuesday ,for
.;,..' at this office. hours telling about the election New York where he will buy :; its The Atlantic Lumber Com- : One pound fine Stationery 50 en-

a .The prospects are reported: to 'be and Starke.It Fall and Winter block of goods. pauy will soon move their camp 'j velopes 60 sheets paper 35 cts. .

o good throughout the touth for bus is rumored about camp that: Mr. F. R. Morgan left y.sterday for with in four or five miles of : Curtain Poles with brass .
we will be moved South again New York\vhi-rw he will T sit friends furnishings
? Starke This is than
il1e s this winter; in the : nearer they
except aud relatives for severaletks.! .
This would be that
25 cts.
soon. a move
have complete '
luw price of cotton. ever been,.before. A spuris .
would be hailed with delight: by us Mr. Felfx Long who.is' working in .

I am gelling my stock of Furna for we can't stand the cold up here. Feruaudina, spent Sunday with liis now being built. which Can name you close prices on Wall ;
4 mother, Mrs. Cupt.Joue m this city.llev. brunches off from the main line
ture at prices'never before heard We have also heard that Senator 'Paper. "
Karl of just:: four miles from Starke -
: Lawtey, will preach _
of in Starke. Way down. Come Mallory and Governor Bloxhum. ..
an interesting eeruiou at the Presbyterian and runs in a western direction
and tCO mc. J. \\'. Hodges. are trying) to get us muttered out. church iu this city Suu-.ay. See our prices on Day Books,.Led-
towards the
\\'c hope that this is true ior there Cooksy:: place. -
The Elarbee turpentine,plant is I ia not in the but Mr. James DOll by, who has been visIting The camp will probably be located gers, Etc. tl
a boy regiment
relatives in this returnedto
city,
doing a rusldngr Lusiucs Mr.Elarbec .
: what would like to. be sect home. his homo in Jacksoilviliu Tuesday; between the main line NEW GOODS ALWAYS COMING.
is: l Build ia, Ins: praises of I and that !Jlace. This will beneit -
The Third Ohio leaves here to- Mi-8 Alice Copeluud. who has b.eu
Starke as a location for the turpentine Sturkt as the men will be
business. day for homo to be mustered out visiting' her father in this city, re- ilose enough to do their trading Right up-to-date with VERY LATEST '- 4

turuevt lo her home iu Georgia 31ouday. '
and the Thirty ccond Michiganwill :
lere. styles in Fancy Stationery. Eve- :1
The merchants of Gnihcsvilii go as soon as they can get --

arc preparing t> hold a Fall Carni trnJ1 puftatiun. The 1'hinll.cuu.. 3Ir. Wuu Agin who U working atCumnier's ; rything NEW! No old stockNo.. ':" I

val. (Gaintbvilio, au. up-to-date sylvaui.i have already-dClxutcd. 1 '' log cauii, f't eiit Sunday | "
Mid iu : what want and
Mouday Urn city visiting rela- matter come see
you
city and her merchants know 1 how don't bte: : how they can keep,us and tives.3Hj. ,

to keep the ball rolling. let BO many of the,others off. One .. Carrie R-iy and Nnuuie flow I I us. We may have it. IfW.6 on't we .'J

of our boys greatly enjovb a stroll 1 flU wilt Ii>;-iv., eiuuda.v: for Uuui|>tou .
The young rnaii,thR. \. Jcft his can get it for you. .. 1
where ,
x r. and then they will visit frieuds for .
now especially down several -
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not? book and,lettertf_ au'a'! bench days. Yours"for and : I-: ;
*** f'-if : where the fountains are flowing in. Quality Pries,
in tho park Suaaay;:al'tcruoon eau .
: the : J. A. William, of Static, cameureraturday

r liavo: : auie by applyuJg! ; at-thid Qt.. yard:. _. on u visit to_his par-I! NEWELL B. HULL : >. -....- j

ti--....;. .. .' .... "-'r.-'" the, '08u \ etit-, rettiruiurfSuudo-+sltr Couu-I .
-4 '.\ 'ortbe, .for ; Anv uQaTB. ty J'fWIU'I\ ,I,II I In Post..Ofiice Building :
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