The Florida weekly advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086620/00035
 Material Information
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: January 12, 1899
Frequency: weekly[may 26, 1898-<1900>]
weekly[ former -jan. 27, 1898]
semiweekly[ former feb. 1-may 17, 1898]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Publisher: F.M. Prewitt, <1899>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 21 (Jan. 27, 1898).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060857
oclc - 33896901
notis - AKP8950
lccn - sn 95047401
System ID: UF00086620:00035

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about Jive miles from the scene -'
,.",.. ". of the trouble: of the previous: '

t W. B. Haynes. r'::,:: ::. ,':::::1 :: :' ->.i' N. J. Jones. : THE VERDICT_ O)4 THE sacks day. ,The and a body l heavy was"iron_pnt.weight.into j I GREET] Toll'1JR

.. JURY IN THEHewitt ,
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to it. The head, and
j face of the deceased were beaten
Murder Trials Mrs. Min
EAYES up;terribly. Some of the witnesses .
FEE W. 1J. nie Hewitt Found,Not Guilty.A testified that a wagon J ... '

special. term of court con-. track was followed on that ,

vened here Monday.at 2 o'clockp. night, from. nearHewitt's to the, .. THE YEAR 1899 ,

:m. to try the case of state of point of the fiver, where. the
: ;;T. coflE&Ya'H. Florida vs. Dick. Hewitt Lnm body was found next ,morning.

,. : .) Hewitt, Moss Hewitt and Mrs._ Wendesday morning several Wi th a perfeQarcomp1ete;
: Minnie Hewitt for-the alleged more witnesses were examined -

murder of*J T. Johnson, near and several who had been on r -.

Lake' Butler, on the 29th of the stand the day before were !

'IS RIGHT IN LINE FOR .1899.aew May, 1898. reexamined. All of the evidence new and :
The has arroused
,i case con-, had been taken and the court .
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,.. I siderable interest throughoutthis adjourned at 11 o'clock to'open'agn "
part of the state and when at 1 o'clock in-the after ,. '

;(:.: .: \> the:,doors of the court room wereopened' I noon. J. T. Wills, :D. M. line of *
1 groceries
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,: :: Monday there was ,
Gornto and J. E. Hartridgema
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." j I. le able speeches for the de-
., ., '- _,:., .', :l'. ."., }.:{. {; building A special venire of. fence, while the State was represented ,
100 men had been summoned by A. G. Hartridge Hardware Paints

: : -x} : : as jurors ,out of which the of Jacksonville. )

,,, court proceeded to select 121 J The case was given to the '
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! (' I' : ,,-''."'.1'.' .-..'H".a.'">""'"',"" ,"< "I #I> to 'try this case. The twelve jury at 5 o'clock' Wednesday

: ,:.'-. ; j jurors were obtained when 95 of afternoon, and they adjourned U ndertakers'goocts, ;"

the'special venire had been ex- to their room where they remained iw;.
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amined. All of the defendantswere .during the night. At ";.

/ Goods. looking well and con- 9:15 o'clock the next morning Et -:- ',or- >-. -. ,i.;

paratively cheerful. 'l'he.three. they. again, took. their seats intHeji c.. :, ,, ,
brothers have been confined in }?s courtroom- 'and- when 1 I, .. I F

'" jail ever since last summer. asked yreached the Judge if they had .. > 1 i" .l I ..' < '.
t: Mrs. Minnie Hewitt has .' :'1 ... ,
never a verdict the fore- \ .' ., .li j 7"L!.), "" oJ '.v
f been in but has been under ; ,t1.
if>,. / jail man replied : -'We have not," i "" 34 .
, Tomtike the 'kind of start for t'" ; 'r":7i .: .
'. : right a bond. After selecting a jury and after: further instructions -' I ,-' .
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the court adjourned until! 9 !
from the .
I Judge they again retired !, : ;
1899 you should] purchase enough Dry o'clock Tuesday ,morning. and in 30 minutes broughtin (''' o
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tk When court opened Tuesday : :: :
the verdictY
following : t', STO ND. '{

;,Goods to last you until Summer. morning' the following witnesses f. the j jury, fiud Minnie Hewitt ,L. : .
for 'the state were exiiniinedA. : not guilty, and as to Lam JIew-

J. Kite, S. M. Carver; JohnBlai'r itt, ,Moss Hewitt and Dick He" >

We Sell Them BAnd -- r-: James, Mrs.Raulerson-Kaulersou. Henry, itt we cannot agree; so say we Consider my prices before buying elsewhere

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sell them cheap. We can furnish John Hale M. M dale\ Lucy .. and the Judge the dqfamlents :- I am sure that I 'can' :sidTyoo in that reSBOOt. :'

Newsom, Carter Nawsom, and Dick, ,Lum and :Moss

;'J."' .:you with, anything you are looking for in John V7ard.From Hewitt were allowed a bond of -

tO ,. the testimony of the $5,C00 each., .. .. ..:.'
above witnesses it that
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in the afternoon of the :lay of Mr. 0. U. Hoover .'. 7
-... to..: .. -v ... i '. opened up ', '
.'. ", ." "\. the unfortunate marriage Lum
'. '** his, racket store Tuesday. Mr. '
'3)o Need : /, ,' Hewitt; went up to the houseof Hopver.; has a'large' and coin I. HAVE: THE ?-
one R'iulerson-; and borrowed 1.,p fete line of Tinware, Dry
a. shotgun to shoot a quail;; ., <:,
'" good, etc., an'd his prices are i

,; .4 Hats, Snits, Boys'' Snits, Caps, M- that was handed as soon to as him the he weapon ran within the 'reach of every one. LARGEST. AND' MOST COMPLETEr ,

.1IItJear Underclothing Dress Goods Milinery about Mr. and a hundred Mrs. yards Johnson to where and .A- good joke is told on one LINE OF: HARDWARE IN BRADFORD _
of our clerks as follows: A
Dick Hewltt were; that Mr. and from the

Thread Collars>> Cuffs, Shoes, Etc., Etc. If,''and.Mrs. Johnson that when were Johnson in a buggy, gentleman came; in the store and asked couutry to COUNTY. MY GROCERIES ARE PER-.... .*!

s saw see a "cap l buster." The clerk .

: ?Ion do give ns a call. We can suit you ,I Lum' Hewitt approaching with who is always: very polite looked FECTLY FRESH AND PURE .'-'' .;.;..
i i the ;gun he jumped out of the over the entire stock for the :; ; ,' ::
buggy and ran ; that Lum article. Tho \ / ;.

Hewitt handed the .to customer seeing ". ,!, ....1.1' 'v.... '.1.-__....,..,., ,c.,, .. ::'.::':>.:.. :."s;;;. '"' ,. i'
that the clerk: could not find it -.,-- -.,- "' -- .... ,,,i.. t-.
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Milinery Department: ;, Dick Hewitt, and got into the thought' pe'rh:1H3th: t he did i : .". >:1' -. ".v .. ".' "I'' 1,'"7J,71'-..J""i / .... :>,'."':,,<<..:.''r-. .,:,;:.':""-'.-if'.:... ...". ,..'
buggy with Mrs.: Johnson(his -' '- : 1
;not have it in stock and he .. : : ; ".: ,, :
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sister), and that Dick. Hewittran said, "I thought nearly every .. : ": 1 j : ,,.
Is all that. claim. Ladies' Hats :. ,' .
'. we after Johnson, and fired off ;- < : ; ; .:,'' (.
'. 1 ;stow in town kept toy pistols. '
I'1 the gun toward him,'.4 and told The clerk sold him the pistol Dent "Paint the Town Red "
trimmed in the most artistic style. did ,J\. '
''.'," him if lib not stop he would ,l but> has kept very quiet aboutit. .r .

<...'.:\- :. kill :him, whereupon Johnson We happened to get. p '....jt

....;i :{ '" stopped, and Dick Hewitt.wentup .. old of the joke, however, and But paint your house .'

Hay Oats Corn and Bran to him, and knocked him *wo have related it just as itiappened. -

down with ,:'the guu. Others, ga k.y- with good Paint; sold
"jI interfered, and stopped the" ...

In- carload lots; or at retail cheap.GROCERIES trouble for a time. Johnsonwtntl -
IVo Right -to- Ug-UD SS. j/ only by me. Undertakers'i ;
: I. I The womanlio is lovely iu j .- ; i .
house, and washed the "
face, form and temper will always -i oods :
a specialty
blood from his face,- andJick .
: i;::' have friends, but one who ... .
-, '' : """" Hewitt' after promising he would be attractive must, keep! her i< .. .; .. .
; woulc\ not r hurt Johnson again health. If she is weak, sickly and ., .'
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r GROCERIES.i or allow anyone else to do so, all run down, she will bo nervous:! 1 ..t
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-i started with Johnson to the and irritable. If she-has constipation :'
house of Dick Hewitt's mother.' or kidney trouble ,' her impure :': REMEMBER : .
,. THE NICEST AND A feyv minutes after this-Moss blood will GZ.USO pimple?, ,, .
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Hewitt was:: informed of, this, blotches, skin eruptions and a
4 FRESBEST LINE' IN BRADFORD and he and his wife both told! wretched complexion Electric SPOT'CASH.: < SPOT CASE: ,
,,, ." Bitters is the best medicine in the J ,
Lum Hewitt to cut them off "
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COUNTY. REMEMBER THAT'1vE. world to regulate. .*stomach liver <..
t and Johnson, or that John- 0
and kidney and to. purify:the '*- ,
son would, "kill siomeof them for l : t*' .
KEEP EVERYTHING.e ? blood. It. Rives, Btrumf. nerves, :*: ",'
i I wha they had already" ddhe; to 1 1 o bright eyes,,smooth, velnety skin, :, A : FLOREUS 'T .f ,.

him.l:j i! rfch complexion.. It< will make a '
; ; ; -17! : .Otaer| witnesses testified asvtbCntUcg good-looking,' charming woman. of "

: x., : ,: .,B} :.H' 'X'y-N' I'', S.... : .O: "", -: tluflbody( next morningin a ran-down. Invalid. 9; 1 ;:1W:. .! ,:'STAEK1FLORTDA.: : : :

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|- a clean attractive 6 w p per wlib only, Florida LIm1Led. '

such a proponlon of 4feni>,iuent a* wUJ Consumption! when. I heard of I I .';; ''IJU1k' .. 440 iUd ..r.fwuYwd..At. b tl -. _
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issues that.n will be>*eo and read and noniaalsd a Elie 6 tr er ....Everett... .LT. 6' Lv..Fernaudina., A7
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f and'iing troubles. Regular size You Have a 9 w..01aIIdorr.r.*" 't6p .a4Ual
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Inside of a year, it is claimed, ..Lexington. --
.ar... ..,.Cincinnati ...L43pmAr. \ duopn900Jt' 13Pj92Oa 'i.J'oPoDrilJe..Ar 6f : :
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across IX ACT COPT Of WBAWEB. ....)f<>\1cel19 ... 'X
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1d gi? liim a regulaiold'fAshion r use '" A r .ChicMont's 830m. 443p740a .. ... UJcJ'.. .... I::

school house warm. It will run by electricity l ; plod .':' -..- !; .. = --- : .. TNI--.s_t..rkUH. .. COMPANY.: .:NEW_,-' "VUM':' CIT:. p'- -: 900amLv..Clneinaatt.antP,.... Arj soppmlOOOata x411,.+.1 11RIp Sip ""...River. ,Penacoia tip":.., IIlaa 6yaa .....,... I"
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ing up. Then 'perhaps i he set, whole. words) at n single A Pennsylvania. "..New Orleans..** :t1p ..... t ,

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would>e qid :t: press ._ --_ SLEEl'liVG CAR SERVICE. ki
troduced which \ ,
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Nos. 31 and S3 Fast Mali, Sleepers between New York. and Jacksonville,and 'hCi6eita., !a
What may we expect of t tb H newspapers faster than they natt Sleeper via A she vUle. f'. + ?

le O/whidi' t CANDY NOM,37 and 33 carry through Sleepers between JacksonrQTe and New York to cgay: e\loa
year alread can counted and is much .
fbe with 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between JacksoavlUa and Tampa.: ,
: tUUing? Will it bring theo \simpler m c construction than the CATHARTICCURECONSTIPATION No -S3 h ndht the Cincinnati trait no-ta J, !i.1, vlv Atlanta 'ad No.:23 returns; ns '

me.Jou\t",south bound Tbe e traia..l..Jc ;-: T:..wush Sleeper St..LouJ Tla Lout>
long deferred reijjizution, I prefcses :liow used. .. ville and Kansas City via Memdhls.Nos .. -

promises? 'Will i it 'l bring reforms i9 and Througn'Sleepers!! between JactooaTlIe and CsccnatLSlaeper ,'.
No 30 open at $.00 p. m. for Pullman ptssen;crs.NOA. t' .
that were promised ii The new programme of p P 1 and S carry the Jac\clonVlUe-.Sew. : Orleans Sleeper. % ,

1898 and which bavo'out appeared French .artillery equipment i is or telephone Lor InfotmaUoo No.2W. and tlckeu: iisunlcate:" [ with Clty Ticket. CCcc.2CVc-;: Day.;;'t.-cct''' ...

? arranged to biing that arm: of'I! t. l-. E. MAXWELL, A. O. irAcDOXOLL, f8 r

T. the French military service up ICe 21'Vjot 1 j ? Prey. and Gen'. Y gr. General Passe CF Agent..

England is to with German 1 ALL L. A. SHIP11AN. F. C. TVRIGiIT. .
b an
reported to H equality ) Zc .!& ,
Asst. G.
:n'l. Pvs Apent.: District:
Pr senger Agent.
"remarkably free from i ilk.'llttn Tqken iu connection with[ tho DRUGGISTSvs.. .
1 1recent ,..' ... .1 aCfiSIiNVILLE, Fr glrrf'ffl'f'frrnT'fry.rtTIr'f[>.\.

\ 1." This ehows that the Russian programme it is .- -- .- -,

.Angio-4mericui alliance still construed as weakening the THilHEW :
falls short of that climax of cordiallty .. prospects of the Czar's proposed ; 1'

where John UiUl will peace 'conference, but\ this i is Fon 'l' IE'SAVANNAH } YORK WORLD ARE YOU A COWARD ? f,

4sympathetically sneeze when not nepessarily the case, Ever j, JOURNAL .

'otter Uncle 5am has the grip. addition to the war burdens oi THRIOS-A-WESK EDITION At' 1rS' t S1 this may sum to be'v
*** an impudent
< '! "_' ._ ., i J f & quesr i
Europe h an argument for r ties We are told however by th famous author
To the Public, '. THE HEW DAILY' PAPER. 1 Disraeli,that any man is a coward,even in spite of"
the conference. : .if his t in shabby -. '
peace himself garments: :are ill-fitting or a
We aro authorized to guarantee And 81\\040 IVr Cviit. 18 Pages a Week II.' '. condition. Ifjouyishto enjoy the bravery .
I of elegant attire you 'ihbuld order your, Salts

every boUIof' Chamberlain's; Catarrh Cannot be Cuvcil Yearly ,(By} Mail) .$3.00J!r .150( Papers a Year I and Overcoats of '

Cough Remedy and if not satisfactory i I I I
as Six Mouths 3.00 I f Ma BORN PP.
to refund the to the FOR ONE DOLLAR.d -
mouey they cannot reach the seat of thb '
purchaser. There is better Threw Mqntha w 1.50 t TB GREAT CHICASO"MERCrUlif T 110RS."P' .
disease. Catarrh is blood- I
a or One Month II Who for 20 years"have led all rivalry in"Cusjon**
medicine made fur la grippe, cold l i constitution! disease, and in.'ordor .. ). Plltlis erefy"Alternate Day except Sunday y Tailoring and never laikd f&' please in Mmn.' .:
and whooping cough. Price 25 In'a1411\ ''Jn Adv ;nce. 11 Style or Workmanship. A .'BORNf suit aiII COt'
to cure it yon\, must! take internal l k JEilUiou 1 you Jess than the kind of fzilo ng''t!; at'roakss1
and 50o per bottle. Try it. For remedies. Hall's Catarrh To all \vh subscribe tow a reduction Jhe Thijce-a-We t. cowardly. Every Feature Guarxogeed*

sale by J, L, Gaskins, Druggist. Cure is taken internally, and acts of .FoarV:.. .''.PiR ctjxx.; will be of TIIE tie \\' YOUK: WORLD i* I Y Sao Patterns to Choose from. ""*"
CALZ 0:1
uiadc., first all

News comes from Missouri directly on the blood and mucous This otter will hold good ONLY for among size, frequency o( pub. sJW.. HODGES.LI .
surfaces. Hall's
Catarth Cure is llication
UlQ FIUST ox.)!: TIWl-s.\XD(.. "milcrh sub- and theaccuracy frtshues
of the .wielding l of a strange'piety not a quack medicine." It was pre. I reductions>tiou3 recelved'sjft will be maths r which. no and variety t o! 1t.I

weapon against, the, trusts scribed by ono of the best physicians No fret: ;M i i4 uudttt. any. clrcuinSAVANNAH contents. It has all the merits,
: .
A court hualheld that: the in this country for years staoCt'8'l'hts : JOURNAL. ,' will}.I ot a great .$Q daily at the prlco SQPthern '

statute depriviug trusts of any and is a regular prescription. It be DemooKilie, Fearlrns" luilfpeude of a dollar weekly\ Its ttolUi- ..,...

standing iu court is valid and is composed of the best tonics and \vl-l: sjaml f')r the'intere-ts cal news is prompt, complete, : D al, l
of iho City of SavHumh. the County "' < ,vay'
'kno\\"l1l combined'with 'accurate and impar.tiaj ullita i
'that debt the test as 4 ",
a due a trust cannot of Ch-ttlitm: xud the S: t of Georgii.SAVANXA .

be collect&d. The blood, purifiers, acting directly on 1'ti.3 *! JOURNAL wilt treaders will testify. 'It is:: IB511 '} l THE SH9RTEST ROUTE :
priuciplunderlying he edsoutlaliy 3 N uh4 wil1J I the ,
the mucous surfaces. h\SpzLi1i. !aguiust. monopolies and for '
The -
perfect print the \KWtt without, fear or'I i ---
the statute is that J \/tr./ { ,3tr
a I the people.It ,o"C'a1 FCTLLXAK: '
combination DBJLWIKa
of the t\\'o'i ingredients ROOM CABS,DUnJTO c CA23 i l.
trust is au unlawful organizatiott prints the news of all thworld .
is what produces such wonderful ADDRESS, } $ VQmCOAC1IES.,.V. nDVLEDItA ma.. '
3 f .... .
whose purposes are inimicalto ;, having specjall; correspondence 4 -
results rm

the public welfare, anc\ that Stud for: testimonials, free., from all 'importantnews' NORTH EAST
therefore 'debt $A"\\.SS.\U. GEORGIA.J. points on the globe., It AND \WEST.T .
a to a: trust is F. J. CHENEY & CO.,, Props.; I lias brilliant illustrations,

like a. gambling debt. The up.. Toledo,Ohio F. P. KcMUEEY\ stories by great authors, a capital ] DAILY ?AI?S BETWEEN LOItIDA Al"3: TIm. EAS i fr

______ ,
>vard of this Sold ***
progress case1h1Uugh by druggists' jhice 75c.. I humor page, QJ.npletemar. .

: thts courts will be Uall'a Family Pills are the best DALIHI INFANCY kets,.' epartments for the household Washington and Southwestern Limited.. 't t...

watched closely.La ] GROCERIES and women's work another d And the United StatcsTast2T A3stt. '.\

The new marriage law ot special departments! of -' '.
'I- uunsjual interest. : CST J'J.aDqYVILL., TO W'A.3B11rGTO; {
Grippe Ohio, which went into effect ,rYiittPThe .. any
Successfully RCtIH3 ,..
\ 't: offer this JAOZH037ILLE 73 elf f tl nT
Treui&f; Monday is likely to have a'. Best. and Freshest Slack in Town. and THE unequaled FLOIUDA.VE'EKL I -. ., '
newspaper o"S ;
"I, have just >m>ver*! from the depressing effect on the elopement. ,"TR'7 Nr;:. I \ y: ADVOCATE together Yeatiiaied"'ralna4/ec.lalan ttuvnb 1"+' !d-of athant LsrtY.i than YmD'l'C't..l tow.P'+,rtlnrarY, lIU/ ,lean'; '. ..4-JLmI zra-_ '
f ., : p hlaqs, .
crud attack, wf l la grippe this ,: business; from, Pennsylvania one year for $L50. I iu.lyl. iatYorl;awl ibe t'.Ha.- "
;,* r ?1 suyu Mr., ausher .. A. Jones pub- and, adjacent Sta'es... Its 80 YEARS The. regular subscriptionprice THROUGH- { J<

ut" the Leader,.alexia; Tex. exactions, are 1'igiland there EXPERIENCE fo the two papers? is 200. TWEEN PULLMAN. DRAWINQ-ROOtt; SLEEPING CAHS e'E. .', ,/"'
'> '. '
Chamberlain Cvugh. Kwm&dy, comply with th m.. Persons Life and. the Liver.. u &tzlnz. : .. Daiy Jaclcsonvllfe to :,
stud 1 think with'considerable suoi underage; ; applying: for! license t Success in lift depends upon i Cincinnati, via AihevRfe, Jhnvtfs C : ,

*'ea only being in bod a Hula over,. must have: the consent of TRACE. DESIGNS,MARKS the liver' save Chas. Lamb. ,. the "LAND CF TKg' 5KYI" .- .., ;

't.\\"v'tlaya gniiist teu,:diiya for tho parents or:guardians: personally -. I COPTRIOHTS $c. great' poet: and (punster.? Medical 1 r"r dalmllM!b'er a'j...'i h,. .
J An.nnee tar rata: ibMi ..
QdIn& etcll&li4 nr-
: 'pf its second attack ceCrit>tton mu 1m A.1.'I;earoetttYatr 'It-mr "* ___ .
4pl.kl.ascertain science that ai4.af "n'J"- qt&. ,
oaP OMn tree wh her proven,, oz"Tta t .
X before. the rubate'udRee ,. or in ulrentioa fa robab17 IJlltentable. Omnitaaia ao:_ .... : + biimLa ,

lUll satisfied would have beaatquaUy the absence;' of parents to, their --t Uota.SU1rl1 free. Oidestaey for.eceri llandbooaiAtaLecLa tenth of .the ailments of ninf'-I' 1;.J. S1I E"4.Cr. .trfdli'1 .. ."._... ...,....., .....
Pateata '
lta bawl Atbt11 taken t1 hD.no !.. '' '
: tit bat fur tbuilatt' >u ai+).tltar.utentcIlsnte,iaha, iv.s"caiv. I have their origin. iu the liver and r .1 1sf. C L < ::6. t"f1tIVf .r""htmTUr., ... L'
u'rhis 'nluiod y'''ua i had. lo. consent* AlX applicants: must, Tra a 1b.n : 'W A. rmt; J"tLR'AiD7ttr...
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t Jrica c> nstijattm' caused by.ifs.d D .
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bud give oath.CASTORLA. '
m about six
; houra ur'ler" beUUckv 1ttt; ratmd weedy. )mast rangHineius" -ep.tin -Iivar ltvrl lyl ay-zi-: Ac. ... ;
aug .. with, it whil ,-, i i.. rafatkn f"""of any etitA.. ea.QA' .: Tr *.$3 a I T-- ... ; :::Ti-
*? IU Micusj. s7lyd ; xo f 1tew fII 1 enI... anti qll:will! beel? 1!* Kodeni.scince -i -- -- --I' :. .

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tit.lm.e .. abou\ two d"y btf :, ...... *?, VtScq. .II' $7EriaihsL. ni b.C.t I < .
; Sea I > pt-rffect,. gentte,. poiitlvo I v 'E'"tbadYJllaJ JG.Ca..eorets .:; .
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}k'!Sttiog M wu.1'* For aala,by J For-brants, luidClalares&, 1 1I I Ir'A.. 'Fi.'t4EiTa.l Tttt'b1'WORTIty 1{; tilat! fit'to be rl ea.nT: ,..C ltiflrrii ti..tnc.FCrrra3r liar Dq-tr brtJlJd f# Ma.4 "s.
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.. fKDIANS AT CHOOL. .SCAR FOR TEXT. N Official Directories.

-1 Lea, Xatttnl KMfaftMta, road .* .... AM Iwddent I' PORTRAITS l
b>e s..an U> Goo4 C1G&b... in the Boyhood of 1Sedoe And WM Determined to Do Europe XaThre "* :
Bntterworth. -
.lectnffSfiit',' to the Pbouuz In. Weeks 8TAIE.Governor. h

Commissioner ',of Patents Butter- "Excuse me," said the man wiheide ..Win. D. Bloxham.
has diced. California
WCQ a '
elktiaa The rev- worth carries;+ a long scar on the first ,whifckere as he turned to'the Secretary t l Stale, J. L. Uiuwford.Comptroller Portraits in Crayon, Pastel Water Color Sepia and India !

tapotae re:::pect1I. writer finger of his left hand which recallsan passengers on the seat behind him, / W. I'. Reynolds.Ira .

>has kwnro the Fine Indians on "but'I heard of Europe ...uier, J. H. \ hiiti.ld.Atturueyueueral. Ink unframed the :
interesting story of his juvenile you speaking Win. Lamar. framed or very best class: of work nnd-
tbcir i+3*i'.,.&Ltion cs a fierce sullen
awhile You have been .
career. Some before ago.
years the'war Commissioner of Agriculture, L. B. '
obstinate lid cruel lot of cheaper than any house on E'arch.
savages young Ben Butterworth, the son of there. I take it. \\ olUuw :I.

with a record: second to not even the "Yea, sir," ws the reply. Superintendent of Public. Instrue- -.
a good Quaker, who was an uncompromising titlli i ; \V: N. heats. Ivill canvas Starke January,oth to 7th taking orders tor-
Apache for horrible butcheries of "And I am on my way to New
white settlers and barbarities was goingto York to take a steamer to London. SUI'itEJlrCouar.. any of the above. Wait for me. All work is
school in southern Ohio. That Were in London?" Chief Justice,.R. F. Taylor.Juatictri my guaranteedin

upon their enemies in warfare you :: MiKou H M-uray, F. Barter.
part of Ohio was one of the hottest I e'\"ery. Frames Dealers
tt'f** therefore a surprise to "Oh, yes !I" / respect. -you pay your or traveling -
battlefields for the abolition of human "How much of London can I see COUNTY.

'i tee over ISO of the boys and girls of slavery. While there were no in two days!" State Senator.! A. Crosby. companies $2.50. I will duplicate for 150. A frame t attbeJ'

theso desert savages come inarching slaves there, it was only necessary "A mile or two I should say." Ilspn'!seuiauves::!, L. D. \Vall: and E. ask $8.00 for I will duplicate for $3.00. A beautiful 16x2O
P. uard.
into the chapel with military pre- to go across the southern border to "A mile or two? That will do Tux Collector J. C. Byrd.

cision, dret&ed in handsome:, neat i find plenty of them in Kentucky and first rate," said the fide whiskered; Tax A.-beiisor:! ,,,. J. Eppersou. Pastel in an all gilt and Gold and burnished frame 6.81 or: iu .

fitting garments wearing linen i Virginia. The prevailing j sentiment man,as be took out:pencil and rock- 'lreasur'r/ E. S. \lullh wl. .

fcbiitu and with their hair brushed was averse to the doctrines of the 1 1 I etbook. "How long bhould you Clerk of C.ican Court, Col. U' T.1Ve' White and Gilt for $5.46, Crayon with Oak Frame $3.48. For

with cs much nicety AS that of a abolitionists,.and the father of Ben 1 I I think I ought to stay in Paris: ?" :kl: >
Sa I iff; S. B. Denmark. same grade you would pay others $5.00 to $12.00T( Peoplo
"From 8 in the morning to 6 in
city dude. Butterworth was looked upon as a v>"-uuu. aurvc:: ,)or, R. (K. Etisey.SuiieriuiLiKle.it : .

But the surprise did not end there dangerous element in the community the evening attleast. In that time ol Public Iusaruc- In the country can go to my house on the above dates, see
least blocks of F. JL .
you can eee ut four luu. ) ribell.Cuuuiy
When the opening hymn was announced standing up as he did on all occasions It"Thanks Ju. J. R. Richard. .j
in condemnation of the in- Paris. ) samples and leave their orders. Remember this is no store-
Justice Peac lur D1Hricl
of the nis
one Apache dian
; j Four blocks;-ten hours

girls, who ten months before was!:! those stitution sturdy of slavery.Quakers He who was adheredto one of -good enough I Is the tomb of the No.. (6 umyLoiunii6, Ueo A. uardiu:! ioin-i8..Fu'jreTuni-r.C. work or prints but j just such work as you have paid l big money for.

running wild on.tLc desert south of the and "thou" great Napoleon:: ] at Paris!:!?" I.u, Dr. 1;. A. T\)tlu, M. N. Briuiuii,
"tbee" of the
the Gila, readily turned to the number patriarchy "Of course not." J. .,. \J1'V.. Clyatt. ,

and, handing the writer the dressed himself as forms of speech and "Glad of that. If it was should< S. BrowmJay
and in the
book, asked in good Englibh if he family Cl.Y.
feel obliged to go and bee it. and it
simple garb of the sect to which he May?r, A. I I. von Kiru.Cierk. .
would not take with them.
part headache to
always gives me the ::
Oauiluer.Assessor -
belonged. (jr- urge =
Borne of them sing splendidly and look at tombs. I toll that 1 -
While it is not likely that little am : I. W. :Sweat::
Professor Hall the superintendentof to to Rorre. 'ireusurer E. 1*. Duncau.il .
ought go : Anything ,
the school, rays they are natural) of Ben Butterworth at the tender age special to see in Rome?" .r-.hal, J. .I. lleiiuet.Nixi'iPolic THE C. B. ROGERS CO.
10 had any very pronounced .' N. lou' e. ,
musicians. Several of the "
youngeiones "A few ruins I believe
views on the question of slavery, he .tkll-ruleu,1 R. ilorgau. Edward IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.
have learned to play the organ, man who had been there. W. ilauk-
came in for his full share of ostra- lidUle.on J. M. ruby, A.
and with the French: harp they will cism and "Then 1 shall skip Ro>Le. Hall :ll auil .1. U Hicks. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. :
eocial persecution that his
-' make an average city gamin ashamed of my town turned up last year,
Directory. '
father's doctrines stirred Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc.
up. ,
of himself. Hugh Patton, one of and there's no end of ruins to be ,
It happened that one day in school Pr'bliyitr.au. J. A. Hughes, pastor.
the, monitors, plays the piano very young Ben in a thoughtless momentof seen right at home. I've seen the o. rviceb every lat, -ud: anti 5th Sun SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business confined to the

well, having picked the accomplish track of a cyclone, too, and '. W"- Ul'8-
you lI.I
) Prujeiiueeui'g every trade Orders
juvenile restlessness placed his only. from consumers -
Falrbani Canning Co. Lion Brand
gent up without any inbtrnctiontThis I I can't beat that for livers: and splinters uay oveinug at 7 o'clock. Sunday: '
hand :on the back of the seat immediately neither solicited nor de-
Indian in a peculiarity in Indian and ruinw. I'll find Switzerlandover -tiool every Sunday moiuiug. at 9clock. Canned Meats.
in front of him. The occu- .,' sired.
life. Some. yearn ago ho had there somewhere, I suppose."

learned the English language and ,pant of that seat" had no use for a "Yes, if you make inquiries. Baptist, Rev. G. T. L"itner. ln*tor.trv.ce8 .

acted AS en interpreter from that :"nigger lover, as the abolitionists "I've Letn; told to tf.ke it in. every lad anti 4th btiuiisiy.rajtriueeiing Quotations lade Promptly On Application.
were dubbed in that days and he every i luirsdayf\eu-!
time till the opening of the school.tthfch : Most all mountains I ):clieve. Plo
gave a sweeping dash with hit jackknife III_ av 7 o'cloc.. Sunday: school enu'y'lIUlIU.y
he entered, where be ha in long had 1 ought to Lo king Switz. 11)1)1 uillg at 9:30 "' CIUC". .
Ben's direction cutting I
since remAiced." He discarded hip "
gash, which is father to the erland? Methoilifrt l, Itev./. A. Heudry, I lasor. DO YOU WRITE I -.
Indian tuuce and assumed; an English scar the commissioner now bears. "At least a couple of hours." Services: every Sunday, morn

one, and in the throe yearn hah "I can give it half a day if I find ug ami e\euiujj. Pra3eruieliugev IF SO WRITE RIGHT. '
Ben [
Young such .
gave a yell as a
7 o'clock.
Acquired a good English education it interesting. I've got it down ':Wednesday,) evening at
boy of his age and healthy lungs I Suuilay F choiH Sunday Morning -
Be is of medium uize rather dark. here f
to go to Naples and to go from
might be expected to emit under the ul !9:30 "'ciocu.Epi.copal > .
but with the appearance of A stu Naples to Vesuvius. Vesuvius:: : ib S
circumstances but while the teacher 1
Rev Iloleman
) ,
4cni. He leis done much: to induct I volcano, isn't it!1"
and scholars were eager to see r.Iergyuiai.Incharge. :Services:: every
Iris people to tulopt civilization and "Yes."
Jiul and 4li af.erno oat 3'uU
what the trouble was, there was little : .
ia Dl course a warm friend of tht I "I never saw one and dcn't knctf .' :Sumi I) t-i'lmol ever) ::fcjuni : :
evidence that it
school. was generally as I care to.Ye bnd the Liggett ,)' Hf.eriUH/u ui lio cluck.MirtMtinu "'..
condemned. The little aboli jonist
An hero is that the freshet in the Wab fh known ]'
advantage spring : : ( Uti paMor nr preent.Piayrurcti11g
i had got what he deserved in the
boys acd: girls are in close proxiinitjto since 1848, and a man who halt" seen: ) ?everyW neschiete : .\
opinion of many, and so strong was .
ItIgti i 711ciU-i. biuuiay .choui -
,, their relatives and friends and seven houses:; end barns Cottth.;;
the feeling against him the teacher v Sunilay::: : li..irltillg al !.i'M: o"Jjodgv -
are allowed to visit back und forth down a river all nt once can'tknocked tt"tJ
declined to punish the boy who 'ul'k.
u which could not be the case in a out at bight of a volcano
made use of his jackknife.
foreign schooL This ia of double How's Venice?" Lodfcs.Sial'l .
Years after that incident found
ruvwitage, for the educated chilbrothers- "It was all right when 1V 81' No. :34, Ii ul I'. lilt .li: I ;
Ben Butterworth and the boy who
,eren, itiIC thcir pr.rcnts. there, though mobt of the people very 'ihun-duv 7 p. in. I y
cut him working side by side '
'. .and sisters-, tend: to raiire them in the in politics, both stanch Republicans, bed the grip. You ought to put iDa w. E. IJCNCAX, C. C, I am Sub-Agent for .Bradford and Sur1rounding

.f jjlaneof civilization the changeon : full day in Venice." J. R. DAVIO, 1u! R. audS.Bradfrd .
: the user of the jackknife as uncompromisingly -
.:, the reservation:! tinting the last opposed to the institution "Half a day is all I canppnre l and] Lodge No. 42, F. A. M., Cojmties: for this Cele-

J.. year is uu1a..d.rhe boys are al I ehall spend most of that in a gon meeting every Thursday belore the
. of slavery cs was the victim of brated Typewriter.Can't
.41 'lowed to go home two week in the dola. Europe, taken altogether:: it ad I :Sunday 7 (p. in. .
.. its sharp blade. The incident of the
,summer, and several are allowed togo cutting was recalled. < quite a country, itn't it!" \V. N.\N.MKACII F.M11.Puaks\V.\I.M, Sec.! I Sell You One ? T. E, HODGES,

and asKiKt In planting tho crops.:! ; "Do you know," said Mr. Buttel.i 'Ycs, a rt'tty: fair tcnrtry. ..- ....... os t.- ..." __ ... SUB-AGENT. .
When ;thC} leave the school: they "A man who btistk-K along; can : .
i worth to his youthful foe but now
are given their Indian clothes, but see mOISt of it in three weeks, can't R.ILRO.1DS.r. ----. --- .-
friend, "after cut rae I made
you up
.,:, -- jthey never tail to return wearing | bef"
mind when. I 1 would
my grew up
i Better or at least More expensive! "Ie ought to.
1 lick I wonder if I ought to do 4 THE POMONA NURSERIES I
:i .clothing thUD-the school furnishes: you. "Well, I'm going to give it three C. & P. SHORTLI1 .
it. NEW
.them. weeke, aud perhaps an extra day 01 o CATA1898| '
'< "I wouldn't be surprised if f
\2, At times! the Indian; toys are allowed youcould two, and then scoot hack here. Act k 5 $t.-
.; do it, Ben, replied his friend, NORTH EAST WEST WILL BE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER..
to Work ou thc fruit farm! if my going uLrohd dcn't knock ,
Who was several his tenior.: x '
adjoining the school, and they are years the other gioceis in niy town ,alley 9 One party writes aa foliar Of our 19? eat*. M
But the two men made the incident JEA1TUaES ASP! ARRIVALS OF TRAINS I Iceue: "Will you please send me a copy of yor t-
given their wages to spend as they wed I'll put tho pi'io of eggs! down # valuable Nursery Ca ah l rcne. I Had r copy,but
a subject for pointing a moral '. hay .oaued It. I End .o nuns iatereitlnf- f
invest th' 10 dozen and hold 'cm :
.please.! They usually min and for toleratioa regard to the tents a STARKtS, FLORIDA.NO .."si.. .... _r.d things' ia it that 1 d. n..t Wish to be wuhoat ft 1.
clothing, and flame of them have down till I have {got to go into bankruptcy for all CuP1:
3-17 m.
views of others. They bptlTconcluded 1Od"lyve.s: p. Li I t*
t Our new r let CataloTne will contal all the
Cpensh'easuits. They do their work that most of the differences of Thanks, sir! 1'\e got it .pU.ul.-. '.u.ll1IU.lU'J'e"t." coaaectlnff for New at York Jack-, y ; !- t good feature at: the 1?97cnlal {nebetide*fnaoy f

well, and their labor is preferred to all down hereEuropp, Rome, Na- iuulfUJitt onvtile."nto and through aU lulenueOiate sleeper points. ',, w r If new onea.<<: Ftjllv Iilu>tr..tvd wi k maar.atwr. fri.oiosrrnphic .
political opinion are the results of ,9w : We offer a r
Mexic:1DtL'ben t'niceth.l'OO weeks tomb NO. 14 leave: 5:i2 a. m. daily forsame'aaiula .
-tlmt of the they pies no Ai Frutt aad Orak iental: rrers.nlSkrutidaped !
and different degrees ... rtijovc, carrying; t rough sJoepoilaniu '
dLff Eoiejit training f' u to Soalkcrtf'.UaUDr. Catalogue Pre'A 4MM f'MACCIZ1MIY
are out working this way, the not : -git up-'amd dufcCacdgit; Lack: hun i ,, una intermediate points to New York. .

only earn the wages, but they learn of information time could and moral determine per ag'in! Come into"the trucker and I .;,taco.o.!nteiaitatJck.onvtIle,.,Att. iia, itattauoo with and truths all pointsuoiUi.uia from ?teweat.nd Ht Preft"" '. THE GRIFfL"iG nRO CO., !
ception. Only
\\e.1. SUM* with trams:: for west P"h far SaMtbenl P'.U POM01U tT1I 5Ex1Fa. : ,HA.
themselves. have nickel with =
n cigar me.-
,/ to depend ujxxi New Orleans, TeX- .. ... ... .
-- -
who was right. So the boys who J'ltlrmP'l'iucola.'lo J e --r ----S r-S--- S S-- +-e ++ .e.eerr..iUSE
J This idea of the industrial branch Wabhington Times.-'rimes- is. Mexico ana Ouliiornia: points. .
were enemies, .AS men becamefriends with connectiontroiulu
NO 13 iea\e.lI: l p. m.
.of the school is the conception of I
and there are no better i_uiQts. and diviMun& Tarou a sJeepernomisew
Professor Rich. His theory is that Simplicity Grlxci Life' Rest rie&sareB. York.
friends than lNa..m.vith! through uleepe SHUFORD'S
they today.-Washing NO9 leaves HORSE
"For and rich .alike the
ando highest
it is impossible to t&keaeavage Star.Principle. poor I cvjimeoiio.is from all polnt.llortb, wet atidal
I ton and life will i>o n;i>m the state.
educate him in letters and science pleasure utility in;
-- -- --- for the aetmap: of the tate. _sleeper ..
4but he will be able to successfully of Modem Newspaper U"aklnc. come from simplifying it," writes otler iaioiiuatioii call 011 or write 10
take bold of any of the higher The theory which underlies the Drools in The, Ladies' Home JournaL D.GUliEX:t"rkt: ",Agent,k'la. t( REMEDIES! 4.,

branches in life, or, in other words methods of conducting the business "The contentment that can N, S. Pennington.A. O. UaclJonell.T. M. G. P. A. ll r': (

jthat it ia imposaibletomakeaGreck -especially, though not exclusively only be had from,nerves' that are Jacksonville" ) Fla.II. .

professor! out cf a half naked savjWge at the beginning of an enterpriseis not overstrained. is to be found by i- : .
but he docs argue that they can that most people buy a newspaper reducing your daily life to its simplest i i7. -"

be made good citizens able to read for a sensation, and the re- terms. This applies with equal 'fha f I S. .- & 6. R. R. ..1 of.f
end write and, more than all, to ward for gratifying this demand is force to the hard working man or '

support themselves by tilling the advertisement, which increases cir woman with small income, or to the Departure and Arrival of Trains. SOLD SY ALL DRUGGISTS! AT S MEHCHAWTS. ,

oiL After thL point ia reached culation. When a man opens his rich who are cumbered with many .t

they will rise:; higher themselves paper on his way down town after cares. Poverty his been made justas NO 1 daily and, leans; aldte ID.OIDt for:>. Thfc LaCrosse.J.inKey tram. Gainesville and Jacksonville Florida and Atm'!

and of their own inclination until breakfast or on his way home after complex as riches by the many uiii.ects.: with the U. S. & tat Sampan ;
fur PdUlka :Macon and intermediate 1
lhe last instinct of too Eacage will a day's work, he wants a surprise- things that ill advised teaches! have port uuctiua:to.flO. .

have disappeared.-t.:) Louis Globe- shocks, laughter, tears. If it were taught poverty to expect that it S Sytur "ys and Sundays oaly. Leaves
..ili p.! m. for Jj.iCro.sse. Brtnkly and IntertneUrtiei lanta J
J>emucr t. something, think about that he ought to accomplish.Yhat both; : ..> .coaneeting at bump-on: Junction .Georgia.3km .
-' t.learn fcr the bruit results in l'.iiatka. Macon and inteitocviiate pointv ,
mu .
1- wanted the best comroodity-to offer .
'M, S :t .:feet of IcJarU, to Flanta for sale might be editorials, essays their own lives IB not how little can L-\. ,tn>.-. liriukloy and intermediate. .

According to an English author and important facts. But the com I bo had,for a great deal of money jo-aU-v;.c 2 umvesutSus 1 tatr.ii3: ts Uj-Jy.k-- except 12.1.1. S 111ciily.NI irid/vi.. POSITIONS GUflRiiNTEED:

is bruised or injured but how much of real tmd permanent 4 ..u..n.' at .'I rcc ..t v';jO ji. tii. baJr.s..n.Sui .
ity when a plant mercial journalist, after studyingand 1 .... iseases
\ tlj?*OiJt.0 ntideV
in a.condition arises his market is convincedthat value can Lo secured:; for u Hula S *. w" :' ':' A arii.Ci ttt Starke.5:3A : reasonable condition Do rot aar U a&
any way testing 1 .. ...,. not b=done till you sand for free catatojiK o<
:Vbich exactly (correspond to whatwe his customers prefer somethingto money. That sax the highest economy c: ctit i T M: *.;;.ir s> ijft.AKTHUKMEl Tor the speedy and permanent care of '. 'DRAUGHON'SJRACnCAL

of and it cannot be taught. It i-c: }'. -t1er, salt rheum and eczema, Chamiain's -
term fever. The rate respiration talk about. There are some who ; ;&

increase, and the temperature do not, but they are quickly disposed must be learned by experience, and .::i- \on.Ig". e an Eye equal.and It Skin relieves Ointment the itch'S icItuont tfifaJ L zrJu wte&t? Gr.

/of the part affected is considerably of."What. you cannot begin it'nt a better time: nod smarting almost instantly ands ..

disturbance has its than when seeking a vacation." ,. continued effects a permanert !(ash.itte. Tetrn.
raued., The pe- good does it do me, said use
1'llri.N'I :i iiLi ti- u il L.:. ii1.O''iii : ;,. t-e; It also cures itch, barber's itch, Tb!. Cefee fa atrontlT endorsed by bankeR
riod of increase, reaches a climax a successful manager, "to send a anl tncrehanta.: FOUR week by ftllt.boe'a.
Delight mad t.asbter. ;- C UUNO.2T.e ild head, sore nipples, itching piles, mt"thodf teaching bookkeeping i* rqual t&
j!nd hubsides a+ ordinary fever; man off in a day dream I might as 111 effect ou nu.l alter ?>ov.KO3. ; nf'd hands, chronic sore eyes and TV/ELVS weeksbythe old plan. S pedat..-

indeed the inm&ht: in temperature well put him to eleep. What I wantis Our comedians think there is no No.l. lfo:2 Nu.D.wy 4 'Tantili1ted lida. vantages raptly. Cheap in Shorthand board. Open Fr&manablo to both .arts.aod Telf-Jo... ..

ia .quite i H great an if not greater I I the reader who likes_ to talk, ana delight!without laughter, which is s. !*'!>, STATTWNS- DtiUy ex. !JaIl). vscsUon. Eatcrnow. IWIfred Firs .'......

than in N1 .tls. This opens a wide then I want to set bfm talking, to 1 I very wrong, for, though laughter >ud.is. S sudsyLc. Dr.. CaiJr's Condilisn Pow ers for HOUE SP.lIUDY. We hue reci Uy p ni are1
with atn. Lv. pii. \r- 'r r. p"i .t.'S are the bet tonic, blond purifieru.svernsiiu book anJC Ou1tJU&PI
field for investigation and discue- make him turn to the next man and t: may come delight yet 7A 3''t..Oatneavilia..ItuU. ?.t, Price SUOZTHAXD aiiDP fA5.Hiy UJ eCatny a4apHo"
25cents. Sold
....:.!,n itdlli1...lO.Vt AM e. by home Write(or liostvdy'circ
it ; atudy. .
not of delight, as though delight '
uion. and one,w Jut-h will be followed j ask him if he.hns read something in (. .i. v .-:.. :. .'02"-.t h.j 60): ;dar'e at once.1LesLP. -

pp by loveru of pature and its very 1 my paper. That advertises the paj I Ij j! should be the cause of laughter. ,7 :X:iO '';1.;' ....;..,>,:..eiavaS, :,:: .. iU1J.11''J ,6;;fz'a J \VANTED'-ArIID c 1 lie tlOme.ioc canuttnlt ; ....

interesting phjenoBiena} .-New York j and sells it, \vhich"is the thing 11 I But well may one thing breed two .. .1) :-a i.'E.t.k: #..;. s5'J sc <. to patent Prot U"'OtlJ'ldea3;the/my
per ti I ., brijjsyoa Write JOHN WEDD2B- 1... ED'
,t together.-Sir Philip l bidney.Kn 'J ( d : ealtb. ::E T .
Ledger. am after. I have no mission, you j i 1. i. ': 3UK.N&CO.latent Attorneys,Washlngtoa
m '_ Lincoln Steffens in ]t v I. 9 .: ., 3 a; t"Ai
n. l.a..rpd Workhoa.e.To inow./Ecribner'a J. ,1,I Cypress .. 'I..at i. i nfital.-..;,::....:..'7,1TllOt...:"'... r.._........_..'._ i1t it.:.::7 $..::S 'tB-I --sIrviaiAL._ .uSTWORT: : S-2'. b 3:IU rr-z:: bleat%. tba:1l:J to ct un.t JcQt ft 4tp1a i1: p.tnirtttara .

the city of Liverpool must be ,j I In southern swamps the common :!i. *"J4>.'r. : q :, Y,;.... \I": :J-.u t perMa" 1:1 thI. :at.1 !,0 maqa' 'nlr t.n : t'l r.lu"jl! 1>arss" -tat na.ftq'IIIt,.
n.: ; tt. ;"::ti.t r,! s'. 3 Warded the somewhat doubtful j t The Depth of i nowied=e. ..J j I cyprefcH: : : sends up'iicculiar) growthsknown ,,I ".. .Ik,tf"TK"Si; | .."v.- ..y- ..... '".J.,,",.', ...-:.- ....1. ._..? .,:..11 tiSic work coatSaoted at bonie.: 4'Sal- _
", I."i.._.... ,.. ..:;: -rt :l,1+aJuyeata.iteaps a.dLu e
1 1'orkboHH"
the biggest knees. 1 hey ; : ... :r ;:
"cypress ..
distinction of having : *
knotra .
"He knows much that '" "iMr' -.: / ;..,.1..ilt. :1\J dIfJre. nu less ,,,.lacy. Moot'.ity The ADVOCATE for Job world
in the \\1'14. Tliia huge are si unply huge lumps of wood rinj !:;' -r\'r.CL. E..do-e Iter- drd.aee:
\ known
& he
enough to _.., t3 il,,"rasri E. .tl ev-., Pr'v.v .... .
Institution has ample a("(,'\'wmoda- j ing in the swamps from the root of : : :f .-.) rr war
nothing. -OJ\JDERF.UL: arc the care* by
lk D for .tJUJ inniiaea, which, hap- "Trti, but he knows more that | Ihe trees, and their- Ke in caturc or ,, .i; r' "JJlUtnt"a i i;aisal.rrilHt"and vet thq -

r>\\y.\ i* F.---xify. \ .ever, nettled.. stone know enough to look as if be knew*I. utility .m the economy .cf the pi*..! ; .: ;. "' : .f k -. .:,.itta i iltiirilia Pr ind U1ttt.3J...-Iloodfi8uig.
>. : :. '
\ti.wtL;.4.: __ : -.. I t evei'thing-Brooklyn h. : Life. ta absolutely. unknown ,1'.. V.. .. ........_ ..- M.- _" ..,. .. ti akes pvn PLQOD,

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The fi.1: =:i- $:r.I. SC'lOol Dot I II Fioreus sells '

NEWSY* LOCAL....* -6LEAN1HS3. Why did Forebel call his I Who. is it. that likes to carry the Hardware Jin C. "lV1.SP ARKl\T.LAN-\ t r

method of the child water? .
training '
'ims' pERSotHr, PERTINENT 4:PECULIAR! I Floreus -DEALERS- ,'f1 'I.
tae: ? Because it .
Kindergarten -
What's the matter ....withA Tinware a !! ; :: .
Nails cheap at Floreus'/. was a garden: of children -' ? : Blank Books '. HIGH (BADE WHISKIES ;

where he nurtured his human j I 'I
A. Floreus sells bedding. plants. What's the matter, with. plies at Morgan Rye WhMey, $2 to $5 per gallon. C Whiskey, ;?<2 |o $2.50 per gnllon! \ l
II : ? ', i2 to 52.50; per gallon. pple Brandy. $2.50 of? $3 per Ra'Jon.! I'eacli
Dolls! Dolls! at :Morgan's. Tho Kindergarten devotes The city "te f t 2.54to3 per JllloD; White 'V":::1t Wllisk.y, 12.liO per gallon./". "'

itself more to Ideas than to How come C--to have to have the walls attention paid to all orders
Go to N. B. Hull's for Books.

words, and more to things than. .move his. seat. ? I Kentucky house JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. .
Flo- -
and at
Bran Middlings
to books, children are taught They are i

frens'. words too much while they How is it that W is so standing as they M. SF ARK 1 vIAN & CO., Starke, Ea.
late ?
A. Floreus sells Canopy fail to catch ideas. Give a every day to fall at any : .JI'i1I-' ... --,--- -A__ _

Flour. child ideas, the world does not '11at's the matter with the one who may

Fresh Garden seed at I i iI need fine Rhetoric, valuable as .base ball team? them. U. D. MINER'L.

White's. I: that is, half as much as it 'needs What two boys was it that Miss Cornelia

Blankets and Comforts at practical useful ideas. It is got left last Sunday? her friends a STARE I : .
the aim of the
Floreus'. Kindergarten, The girls will have to decide at her !:
to make the mind creative SATCIThIAKERJOIN'S AND JEWELER
: who is the best looking, boy in Madison: street
We "will have some cold stimulate thought to beget
school. ing. The young BRICK BLOCK, 1st DOOR WEST OF R. H.Best .
weather in a few days. ideas. Habits: of observationare

Mr. Joe Hill, of Lake Butler, carefully cultivated. Observing The boys say that I away evening til;?CIJJ'early_ :: Assortment Watches, (Cloc {s and Jewelry l in the City,
was in the city Tuesday. is more thim seeing. are the prettiest music: and p : ) ;: and Prompt Attention Given to JKopairing. Cha-gei't" trait

.. Seed Potatoes, Genuine The child in th j Kindergarten girls in sohool.; licious refie the stringency of the times.

ig taught to observe, that: is What's the matter withC 5
Maine stock, at White's. following ( Gold bought or taken in exchange.
to notice with attention. To --? lie doesn't look Misses
present : :)
Maj. Bug made a business see truly what they learn in the very gay of late. .-
Waldo b\ulden. Oilie : ; -"'; ........ .. -._ ___:or-- -- ; ---Z:::
trip to yesterday.Mr. Kindergarten is calculated: to Hackett Ev.i -

G. W. Alderman, of I make them- keep their eyes School Books and suppliesat I Dixon., Me srs. --WILLIAM TYSON

Luln, was in the city Monday.The I wide open to the world about Morgan's.Twin Claude Alvarez:

them. They are taught to Medal\ Cigars, 3 for and A. II. LIVERY SALE{ AND FEED STABLES
streets are again under ..... ,
think and that: is the prinuip.il lOc. A. Floreus. -
the glare of the kerosine lamps.
filing, the senses are sharpened, Hull for Guitar, Mandolinand PROFESSIONAL STARKE, FLA.
.. Job lot large flag posters>> 10 the hands traiuel anal the bodyis
Banjo strings.
cts. per hundred. N. B. Hull. made lithe and active. A.L. SCOTT. M. D., ::::

Toy wagons (while they last) CATHERINE MCFADDEN.Curias : Raisins, Currants Citron and PHYSICIAN{ ,1 I Maka' Specialty of Conveying Tfa' ell,a g Men to Points In the Coatrj.- ,

J-. Cranberries at Floreus'. ST.\I'.KI '
$1.60, $2.00 and $2.50. N. B. S l 5
Hull CA.STO 7a! X..1st-. Office at Gaskin'.s:::; Dru
The Tobacco: curing house, Bears" the ,0 The Kind Yu H3V9. AS7S! ESJ,-h': Sccond-Ii :1nd 22arac&s and uggic i for Sale.

Dr. Francis made a profes under the management: of our E glatuze #+-# 'rHOS. E.UUG3, .
eional visit to Hampton Monday well known tobacsa: : Expert: E. It w1l Attorney and .

H. Mulder, had: proved to be a Mr. T. M. Williams, foneolHampton's STAUKK 4 449#+99+ 4h++ 4A+4 + 44 90! 0?. "'

- See those fine Engraved great: success Mr. Mulder has prominent merchants I 03: e at Resident l +,4 I trV.r i-7 ; rrr 1't',rP;; .;..rr."rvvvty-rv W/,r.'iY ..,,..,P. ...,...Nt,.,....,.At..."....st
in the \ .,
was city Monday.Mr.
tumblers, 30 cts. a set at N. B. everything in splendid working L. GT :WAH .'. M. t'.. ..1.
Hull's. order and ia doing a large busi T. B. Hartig, editor oi E. ( .l') f'-' "" )
'YE, EAR, BOSS:: lio 11 Ins L1 e
ness. He has successfully cured the Lake: Butler! Bulletin, wasa !H oeb il
Ir...A. M. Ackerman, of the S'l'.Al:K ; :
up to the present date JJJ: I pleasant caller utihr! aDVOCATE (".> ...
log was in the city Once at Starke Drug -STANDS
camps pounds of first:: clas3 tob.ucoanL I office Tuesday.: -_.._---_. --.----... 0:1"" rOlf,1'rt

Tuesday.Our : continues tJ turn out COO: Wall paper now in stock. "'TWO "\!' \ I ill Thorough Education, Practical !\\\l\l!

streets were crowded pounds per day. He is at Prices: are lower than ever in l.. l :Education and ModernEducation. l{
with visitors the first of I II .,
part present working between 23 AU uJvtkrii: .
spite wallpaper going higher. : *< : \J ) if*
-the week. and 30 hands. All of them! : arevornt'nn ohiinn! if.nVt'r ; .. 1 -
t Fine rejection.: N. B. HalL I I 'S J
I er line. itltlcr; If
Ladies I have the finest loter \ \AtC..rgoo, wages andreceive i \td; t
b ; You can get wall par ); .
writing in the city. their PlY every Saturday 1 S!
paper euou-li for 5i.5O at N. B.hull's --'ittt.t.A 61:?"!l : ,1. DEPARTMENTS' : ..
N. B. Hull. nig;lt. ,Tile tobacco! whenit JL}, thus cuaa.lioa.. : .t::; ) :

is brought into the curing ; to paper a good sized ?:It: :;I.E.-An ,-) ) I I i! ,}) 'v Collegiate \\l\lv\; .,.
E ; '
Syrup Cans from tf to 10 Er room, ceil ing, border, and all. LC l.u.td.4L' t.:r"A; ; j ,
... .
house goes through a processof J on or:address C:< \:; ; J
gallons. Lard cans cheap at 't Preparatory
; I
A. Floreus'. sweating; It is then selected, Mandolin, Banjo: and Guitar f.i OS KJLs'T-2'/4 a-: : "i'\.'}'.,). .. :*r w-

sorted and baled with a cover taught. New method ; 25 eta:: ,r.,r Lull ruiMnStraw! mile from i> ; i t'i..., 'on1merCHt:. .
.11 c.-s, "!'Arts.I." U.s! : : ?
J. II. Moore of Ther- ,
'Squire ing of Sum:lira matting, and I per lesson. Pupila must fur I ,j ) Music, 5jtJ >,..

esa, was in Bradford's metropolis Burlap, and the bales uish their own instruments! ?. TAXTrD-SiCoai-II ;:; :: : i"4.. J ..., ,
are A' : ?
U. 1!;:1! .
Saturday.Mr. Avery G. Powell. {: ] N ormal- School, Arfc. ts4) *
stored in .
away a separate store WANTrD. -10 OC(\ro : : i *,
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gan -> 5 1a
Gussie Knight has accepted house where the bayer may: Mr. V{. J. Epperson, one of t\; .:a <<5.
Vii :TtI> -To e- ;; : :td 4 fFr
) a position with Messrs. have the privelage of examining Lake ButU'i's prominent f u." a LU'K : Beautiful Location, Healthful Surroundings, Eiporicneed ::: -

-: Sweat and Farmer.Dr. same. Mr. MaKlar citizens, was circulating: : among!
Ai'rF.tI-You in > t ,: : Instructor, Modern:?; Methods, Excellent 1 I
has: now on hand 18,500 his many friends in this tit\. ;'T v..d!; Mh001:;Ulllil
J. U. Colson, a prominent \.i r Library Fine Gymnasium, l
pounds 10,000 from the .
; pounds Monday. .
physician of Waldo in \fTAKT1-:D-A
was f oaca at MVsiiaS: : :''i(S Well Furnished Rooms m;
Esp ranzl: plantation and 8,5JO:) )
Bradford's metropolis Tuesday.Mr. Starktf I have used Mr.\ Floreus' :"q Good Board, Reasonable Terms ..
for the Leaf Tobacco 1''A'lTrn-T.1 ("o-r V15vi
First Grade of flour and I citii living-uaer! 11 or : : : < :
J. S. Brown, our hustling Company. "V. n."c reWANTKD .\' t Each Student is given a Room to Himself

potrait salesman: made a certainly Testify to its sup- :N ,? Without Extra Charge. .iii

business trip to Ocala Monday How to Prevent Pneu perior quality. over any othei : -weaUii.To a 1 }') rJ
\dtlressDrawer M. : GEORGE 2U. WARD ,President
monia. brand I have ever used.-Ed. :! {
If want the finest c4 Jil P 1
you *
You are perhaps aware that Messrs. Frank and Joe 4
cleanest and freshest salt (1' ? *1
you pneumonia always results from a Hoover will open up their FOR t;.. f. For further information tad Gx'alojfu;appV to :
ever used get it at A. Floreus'. "
cold or from an attick of la grippe. Photograph gallery on \Valnut 4'S: ..
\YI1 LAnD EI.rOT, Agent, :
04.LU T O % Duriny the of A limited t' ,
: T.A. epidemic la grippe street in a few days: and will IK- \ V 't1t
ysw,,,a inks Y" He attars! l eletttS3juittl : a few when I I pt! Whiter Park, Fla. !
& tZ..1b1 years ego so.many prepared to take first; classphotograghs. Second years ,;:,i'I' ,yrs....V',

et t,( cases resulted in pneumonia, it !) tc'r'a i ... ....., "w "' ..... -'" A. '" ...., ..,. ,..,. 1.
was observed tjiat} the= attack was i bacco Seed .;>: i ", 5I.s--3. ti4F ;Yjs s 1at :1 .J
When you want a book to 1.rr,rvT vv'sir.r -r w rVlrlr,#V lydvrryfi, .'
never followed by that disease A protracted meeting wiii seed b
read call N. B.
on Hull. He
when Chamberlain's Cough Reme- commence at the Baptist church ___ __ _, '''_I_..> can please you. Standard authors dy was used. It counteracts.any in this city on the 4th Sundayof : E in lie ...

etc. tendency of a cold or la grippe to .
this mouth. Itev. Leitner, Box l

M '8. H. W. Sherman, who result in that dangerous disease. assisted by R ;v. Clouts! : will l OCEAN STEAMSHIP GOMP'YIOF
It is the beat remedy in the world
has been visiting friends in conduct the meetings.{
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for bad colds and ia grippe. Every SAVANNAH, j 1-.
this city, rettirned to her home I bottle warranteed.; For sale Misses Ethel ana' Pearl

in Jacksonville! Monday. by J. L.Gaskins, Druggist. Elackeit left yesterday for .\ In eact> Direction, a ship leaving each port on *

Mr. Stroder-Austin and Miss Leesbarg, where they will at- SODA VI '
Morgan Bros. sell Glass and MONDTAYS{ TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS Mt
t Lizzie Starling were quietly tend the Florida: Conference CANny, } ,

married at Lawtey Monday: Putty. College at that place during! QOMS: 1 PR I DAYS and SATURDAYS.

evening, Hev. Mitchell Prevatt Leggins three different styles.A. the remainder uf the winter.
Floreus.: BftGi.0. Between Savannah: and New York.TUB .
ofUdutini Carpenters are busy at work !IEl\lliiUr

The' colof "people" will hold Tuesday was a very busy day rehearing the, second story of LATEff ; FINEST PASSENGER SHIPS .

for our merchants. the building in which Middlton's **-
a big meeting in this city in the .
near future. They will have a Our merchants say: that busi- Livery Stables are located, lilAG& In Ccastwisd Service. Complete and Improved Ventilation w
for .the of an Armory CALL :STIU El',
torch and ness is livening purpose For Protection of Perishable .
light jirosession a up. 1 I. or the Guards who \will commence Freight .." :

Brass Band. Mr. H. holstein, of Waldo, drilling in a few days.BIChleti'13Ai KOW HERE CIR( r SSEGrR: .CCO11MODATIJ'YS I 'tJiStf PASSED.I .

Miss Kite MoFadlen will was in the city Tuesday. -.s/ I'I.. Hales 'truth. tlJcupCF; than AH Bull
nlc DB. 'T T1,1 i ..'
>a Salve
commence httr Kin'rF; irten Capt. Gvjo. Tornpsett madea .. For Information as to Rates, Reservations Sailing Patera! ., '
The Best Salve in the world foe
class next Moniay. S'ia will business trip to Jacksonville SII *tp.. write to
t f Cats Bruises: Soree Ulcers, SaK
use the vacant building on Monday.F. $ Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped IX TIlE S : WALTER HAWKnfB' .

Monroe street just back of Dr. W._ J. :FAKRELL, Florida Pass. '
W. Burnsed of Aj
this city, : Hands, Chilblains, Corns!, und Painless J :
trt'I resirt Miss Me : Solicuiog Freight Agt.
tew i "tic'" *
has been acting as an extra all Skin Eruptions and positivelysures W
Fl.ddn \A\ an ao ornMlishel 1.' ; MINi SC1 224 WCJVT D"V STRCET..CKSONVILLC.. FLORIDA.Su"bscnl3e > .
.. police on our force this week. Piles, or no pay required.: It "
teacher aud thoroughly unler AND ALL }: I _
is guaranteed to give perfect sat r ,
etaud her business. We hope O CTOr 10I : :.=4- ;i tsfuction or money refunded. Price AND sin:: i: : I I t .....s"l -" ___ .....-. : ,_-- ____ __ __.. w s ',,1>'

I Been;te j*l te Pied In !H3VCfc! A J! a Bu!Jtlti i J JI .,
that: s'ae will"succeed in d CH-: .5: ccnt'pu. : box, ON ee In.C ; '.; ; l
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